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REPITBLTO, TUESDAY EVENING , MAY 24, 1887.
CC ERE SET THE SUN."
It maj I ours to stand, .--
Fortalrn, tingle handed in a flgbt
With a determined and a hostile band.
For the dear cause wa honor as the right.
And either U oVrcotne or win a crown
before X& sun fues down.
THE THIRTEENTH JUKOR.
The trial was ott at last, anil we were
duly locked up in the jury room to maVu
up our erdict
For days and days the case had dragged
along It had taken a long time to ex
amine the numerous vvitues.se.. Then the
lawjershad to be heard, and finally his
honor had dellv ered a charge of extraor
dinary length and profundity .
I felt relieed when 1 entered the jury
room with luy eleven companions. Snrelv
we could come to a decision in a few"
To m mind eterj thing was perfectl)
clear The defendant, Max Steimva),
was guilt of murder. True, uo'huuuiii
eye had een hint commit the crime but
the cin iimstanlial evidence ai dead
I formed an unfavorable opinion of
Steiuviay from tlie flr-t. He a for
etgner, a little past inldiHe age, strikiiinlv
handsome, but with a MiiMetr gleam In
his cold gray eyes Our plain countr)
people did not like his wajs He neer
mingled with his neighlwrs, and there
was a haughty, repellant air aLiut him
that offended strangers and all alike
We rather resented the coming of this
man into our old fashioned eommunltj
where one man was regarded as the eijuul
of auv other man, and where great stress
was laid upon neighborly virtues Hut
we could not help ourselves. We could
not even make life pleasant for juror Mrs
Steinway, and we felt sure that the un
fortunate lady needed the aytnpath) and
society of the outside world.
Mrs. Steiuway was pale and thin enough
when she moved into the gloomy old house
which her hudiand had purchased, but as
the months passed on she grew still paler
and thinner She ueer smiled, and it was
easy to see tliat she stood in deadl) fear
of her proud, stern master
The Steinwajs continued to lite in their
Bolitary way. The ullage was only a mile
from their place, but they did not viit it
more than three or four times a ear ( )f
course, people talked about them We
wondered who they were, where the
came from and what they were doing
among us. It leaked out that Steinw av
was a little cranky on various scientific
subjects. He spent most of his time study
ins chemistry and electricity. When w e
heard this we gave him up Science and
book learning were rather below par in
our bailiwick, and w e had a wholesome
dread of cranks.
The murder did not surprise people It
aeemed natural tliat somethiug horrible
ahould occur at the Steinway cottage.
Jeff Gilmer and Lige Peake caught the
murderer in the very act, although, as I
aid before, nobody saw the man do the
deed. Gilmer and Peake were returning
home in the twilight, and just as the
were passing a little summer house ar
rangementin Steinw ay's jard they heard
a woman's cry for help They leaped ov er
the fence rushed to the spot, but the w ere
too late. Mrs. Steinway's dead liod was
lying on the ground and her husband w as
rising to his feet with a bloody dagger in
This made a powerful impression on the
trial. The servants swore tliat the dag
ger belonged to Steinway, and in fan it
bore his name on the handle. The
swore, too, tliat the husband and wife
lived unhappily, and that Steinw a had
frequently threatened his wife Against
all this tliere was nothing but the prison
r's statement. He denied the alleged ill
treatment of Ids wife, but said that she
had shown symptoms of mental derange
ment for some time, and he had been com
pelled to watch her closely and restrain
her movements. On the evening of the
tragedy he said that he heard the cry In
the summer house. He flew there, and to
his horror found bis wife dead with a dag
ger plunged to the Iiilt In her breast. It
was while he was drawing the weapon
from the wound that Gilmer and Peake
had come upon him.
Such, in substance, was the story told
in the court room, and this was what we
twelve men were locked tip to decide
It was after dark when we entered upon
our deliberations. We had no caudle and
they were not needed. Through two w in
dowg the moonlight streamed into the
room, making it as bright as day, except
in the corners and around the edges
"He is guilty of murder," spoke up one
of the jurors, in a brisk, aggressive wa)
"There can be no donbt of it "
"Certainly," said another.
"Of course," I chimed in
"Why did we leave the box at all"
asked the man next to me "Our minds
were made up when w j heard the ev i
dence." This w as a telling lick. Countr jurors
liite to admit that the speeches of the
lawyers and the judge's charge aid them
in arriving at a conclusion.
A general chorus of voices expressed
the most positive belief in the prisoner's
"Well," remarked the foreman, "as it
is unanimous, I'll just knock on the door
and hav e the court notified that we have
agreed upon our verdict. Xo fun in sta -ing
here all night, voti know."
"You are too fast," said a juror In one
of the shadowed corners. "The ev idence
ery far from convincing me that Stein
way is guilty. It only points that wav
but it leaves a reasonable doubt, and it is
our duty to discuss all the testimony
calmly and fairly."
"I beg your pardon," replied the fore
man disappointedly, "I thought we had
heard from everybody and that we were
all of the same mind. We are read to
hear you "
Again the voice from the shadow spoke
"Let us put away our prejudice," said
the speaker " "It must be admitted tliat
deep dow n in our hearts we have cherished
an unfriendly feeling toward this man
He is a foreigner. He is selfish and proud,
lie dislikes its, and ho we dislike him
Kow that he is in trouble we feel disposed
to believe everything that is against him,
and nothing that he says for himself. It
is natural, but is it right"
I took the floor and protested against
such reflections upon our integrity and in
telligence. Several others followed me on the same
"Ha' ha"' laughed the juror in tlie
shadow. "Don't deceive yourselves.
Imagine one of us our foreman, for in
stance in the prisoner's place, and ou
would acquit him at once "
It was a center shot, and it demoralized
"Well, yes," I answered; "because if
he told us that he had found his wife
dead, and had drawn the dagger from her
body, and explained the alleged ill treat
ment, a storj snpporteit only o tne lesu
mony of ignorant negro serrants, b sj)
ing that he had to restrain her on account
of her mental condition, I should believe
him, because I have alwavs known In in to
lie truthful and kind hearted "
"Good"' exclaimed the man who was
arguing with us "Well, my friend, nolli
lug whatever is known of the character of
this man Steinway You are to presume
that he is a good citizen, truthful, humane
and all that Mirt of thing. You must be
lleve these things until the contrary ap
pear. You have no right to think that
iuipl liecause he shuts himself up with
his scientific liooks and shows no interest
in you that he is bail at heart and capable
of murdering his wife "
"Harg it' Who is that fellow, nnhow'"
asked my neighbor in an irritated tone
I looked Into the shadowed part of the
room, but could not see the obstinate juror
distinctly enough to make him ont He
was standing with two or three others
Ours was a new county, formed out of
four other counties, and several of the
jurors w ere strangers to each other and to
the majorit This man who defended
the prisoner so stoutly was evident! one
of the strange jurors.
"Come," said the foreman, "we'll take
up this matter point by point "
Then for three hours there was a battle
- The juror who had first spoken for the
prisoner met every question with a read
atuwer. -As he juolre tb w'uallr re
lapsed into silence In simple but elo
quent words he diev a picture of the
sensitive, studious foreigner who had
bought sesluMon in order to vvatih over
his unfortunate win lie showed Us lion
reasonable it was to suppose th it the imor
woman in one of lu r demented iurosnis
had wandered out of the house mid had
stabbed herself to tin heart giving a de
pairing, agonize.! r us she rtalized whit
bhe had done h it li.id Ihsmi the tti
tude of the jurv toward the gnif stricken
husband who-e life w is at stake " Onlv
the worst had lsn Is-liewsl of him N'o
explanation that would have Us-n ured
in liehalf of one ol our m ighlmrs ami
friends had lieen suggested in his favor
One b one we vielded to the tiiaguetie
iurtir, and wondered m a sh mie fai-ed
wa at our willingness a short time lie
fore to K'lieve in the di feiiil.im s guilt
It was midnight whin vie readied a
verdict of not guillv Kortiiiuitel), as it
was the last night of the term, the court
hail remained In se-sniu hearing unit ions,
and was re.ulv to nss ive riu vtrdiit
Just as we st iried to Hie out of tin"
jury room, old I'lin .l nkuis --ied me
b the arm and w liisersl
"Thar s thirteen jurors here"'
"Xoiisetise," 1 replied
"Hut it's the truth Twelve of us
came ill and were hiked up Hud nou
thar's thirteen "
"Hush"' I snld I was muled nt the
old fool's talk, and uant.il to git through
with the business
The verdict surprised the judge and the
Uir, but steinw 1) stimed to haveaiitUi
listed it He shook liiiudsiill around, and
I could not hi l(i nothing his sinister smile
and w tcked e is.
"We havi made a great mistake," I
muttered to mvself. and a look at the
other juror- showed that thev were of the
vime w.iv of thinking
As the discharged jurors went to the
rear of the court house for their horses,
for we were all impatient to gel home,
John Jenkins came to me again
"You shot me up so. and I got so
KithiTed tint vvrdldu't report that thlr
teenth juror "
Onlv tvvelvewent into the court room,"
"That's mi, but thar was thirteen in the
jurv room "
"I'll Mttle this," 1 -slid ' Here are the
twelve here We'll see what the know
about It "
I told them of Jenkins' discovtrj, and
nil laughed heartily
Who made us th it pmd talk for Stein
wa n-sked Jenkins "Who led off in
the business' Did oa"' and he touched
one of the part.
A negative repl was given, and one
after nnothirwe all stated tliat we had
no hand or jiart in the work of defending
Steimva iuthejur) room. We hid been
converted bv the juror in the shadow
Then, th it man who is not here among
the twelve'" said old Jenkins, "was the
We looked at each other utterl dumb
11 George!" shouted a rough fanner,
"old in.ui Jenkins is right The man that
did the talking In the jurv room alnl
An awed silence followed It was not
a pleasant mv-terv to tliinkof.it midnight.
How could it le epl lined
It never was explained We all knew
that some deviltrv was at work among us
that night, but we never got to the hot
toin of it Meiuwav's disappearance hii-mi-diatd
aftir the trial did not make the
matter anv pinner to us. but we were
glad to get nil of him. Wallace P Heed
ill Atlanta Constitution
Hiring tier fet In.triirtlon.
A little Boston maiden of 6 summers
( has n prize King Charles spaniel, for which
. si doting aunt paid the neat price, of $400,
The aunt was delirious of entering the
dog, and, obtaining terrmsion of the
j girl's parents, she did so It then became
I necessary to break the news to the child
that for four da j s she would lie separated
. from her pet At first he refused to lie
I comforted, answering all arguments und
i offers of bribes merely by extravagant
j lamentations, but at length the inevitable
I seemed to assert itself in the corner of her
small brain devoted to philosophy, and
upou the theory that what must be must
be, sho became more lalm She wassver
beard, however, giving very earnest ad
vice to lur darling uou the projier man
ncr of conducting himself in this strange
show to which he was going, and she laid
especial stress upon the company he was
to keep there
"Don't 'sociate with common dogs,"
slw instructed him impressively "You
rry speak to the president's dog Queen
Victoria s dog and and God's dog
Boston Cor Providtnco Journal
XJttle Chance fur the Ileginner.
I must say. in nil candor, that it Is le
ginning to look to me as if, between the
syndicate system the ready plate sstem
and the growth of exrlusiv eness and fa
voritism, tliat thire isn't u fair show for
the devdopmg author He may sally
forth as boldlv as ever with a free lance,
but he cannot get into the arena in which
he longs to deport This extlusiveness
has reached such a limit that one or two
magazines state that thev want uothing
tliat has not been specially ordered. In
other words, tke writer with an estab
lished reputation is solicited to write an
article, with the privilege of naming his
terms, the writer without a reputation
Isn't solititeil and isn't wanted on any
terms, no matter how- tctllent the article
he has to offer 1 am speaking of the
higher fields of literature and not of e
rial newspapers, for it seems to me they
have dropped so far lieneath mediocrity
that any tro can rij, ro in them provided
he knows how to In- improbable and sen
catioual -Observer' iu Philadelphia
Incident of a Hallway W reek.
Later in the day when I ran upon an
old acquaintance turning away fiom a
bulletin board on Washington street with
a face so white and draw n that I inquired,
with an interest quite apart from the con
ventional insigmlicauce of the question,
concerning his health. He was not ill, he
assured me. It vias this same horrible
story of meii and women and bos and
girls crushed to death out at Forest Hills.
Yet this man, who blanched and trembled
almost to fainting at a story of suffering,
had inspired Ills regiment with his own
courage under the murderous fire that
swept Cemetery Hide at Gettsburg, had
borne painful wounds with a gaety that
cheered the whole hospital and has tar
ned the reputation of a man of irou nerve.
It is not, in my opinion, a question of
nerves, nor et of elf control, but of that
deeper and less readily classified sentiment
of sympathetic Immunity, which makes
the bravest seem weak when In the pres
ehce of Jain and helpless either to relieve
it or to combat its cause Uoslou I'ost
lbnlloii of tlii l.tlier.
Photograph has liev er reproduced uat
ural colors scientists explain this fact
by the statement tliat color has no ob
jective existence It is simply the brain's
iuterpretatMi of the rapidity with which
the waves of a ra of light beat against
the retina Heats more rapid produce the
sensakou of the uilnd known as violet,
beats less rapid, thlit know n as red Violet
and red are nothing but variations of the
ether until thev reach the optic nerve and
communicate to that the vibrations, which
the brain translates To photograph
color is therefore as imuossible as to
photograph sound Prank Leslie's.
A Kreurh lttn Draught.
Two women recently went to a grave
digger In rural France and asked him to
sell them some bjiman loins, which he
did for n good price The w omen, w ho
Jiassed In the district for sorceresses, re
turned home, hiding the bones for a short
tune, and tnen burning them and care
fully gathering up the cinders; their pur
pose being to prepare a love draught for a
young and pretty country lass, who had
ordered It to reconquer the heirt of a lover
who had turned her off. Xen York Trib
une. Id chronic ...sease. uiediciiH ..otiM Ik
restoring, and not debilitatliiLT. in their ac
tion. The wonderful itirti.Uheii.iig and
curative effect, realized fmm the uneof
Ajer's Sarsaprilla, sustain the refutation
of this remedy a the tuOat popular blood
An Albany tiriu has just sold 3130,000
I vrorui or cherry wood to one party.
To leave . le-I uf rartlil things
Ttttluvt uflljf under world, the.liu
Of U Hixl I.'k'-' llteK.wsttif tln,
TLe ry e uf .niiiN at the grate.
The oiv.-eof UKprbeMe the pate
The iiie Kit Kuitiethiiitr averse to Rood
A ward nit ci.t itu, a icitu iikkhI
lu thefaivof l.dtiirr a seDM more Lr-u
H Uiand hrealareaiid death within:
'ih lf tliat -litV- audhiiCNt and htlnr-;
A SWAMP MYSTKKY
The summer of the ear 1NIJ was par
ticiilarlv hot on the coast of North Caro
liiri It evendid something to counteract
the more destructive heal of the civil
ton lliinislde had captured a long
reach of the se.iUiaril and had established
his headii'.urters at New Writ No battles
followed ver soon, nor all storms fo
speak of but the army and tlie
were fast getting into a high
prep init ion for t ither kind of event
Tin re weie I uloii trooiis.it Fort Macon
and Mort head lit not tii.nl miles up
the coast from New hem, and much pay
was due them
The moiie latue down fiom the north
In Jul and a couple of painisters le
leivcd orders to go at once and dial it out
to the men
llefore the war a railna hid lieen con
st ructed from Newbern to .Morehead fit.
Its rails were still there, but all Its rolling
htiL. with the exception of one hand car,
hnd none Into the interior of the state '
The viaduct veils only just wide eniiiiuli to I
ciur the rails, ami much of Its course
was tliroiiLrli ti snaiuu whose dense imslies I
were now luxiirmntl reachliii; out us if .
tliev me nit to capture thetnilk before tile i
end of the season
The quartermaster placed bis one liainl
car attlie ilisosal of the pa masters He
did so with the pleasant information that
on the previous evening the bus Confed
erates bad made a raid and bad swept
aw a all the pickets posted along the line
of the railway Xevv pickets lmd lieen
posted, be told them, and their proposed
trip would lie reasonabl safe
"That is," said he, "I guess ou're safe
from anv Coiifetls, but If ou don't get
tlirouiib liefore dark I'd advle ou to Ik"
prettv prompt about answering an bail
The Ixs'llall lie wide awake this time
They won't tie slow about taking tare of
themselves in the dark N'ot ainan of 'em
wants to go to Wilmington just now, nor
to Andersonville either.
That warning made the paymaster
shake tlieii beads and grow in importance
before the band car et out, for it was
plain enough that it would be dark lie
foie the tripcould be half made l'reci-el"
how tlaik it would lie or vvh was not as
et imagini-cl b linlnl
Tliere were nine men huddleil on that
handcar when It went A sergeant ami
four Mildiers weie Its motive siwer, guard
and garrison The writer of this story
was there altogether as an adventurer.
Two pa masters, with the rank of major,
and one clerk were in charge of a black
box containing over $b0,tlO0 in greenbacks
to be scattered aniotig the volunteers on
The uir grew more anil more dose and
sultn, and just U fore night a sort of liame
began to rise over the eastern horizon
"That's it, major," said the sergeaut to
one of the pa masters "We're Ruing to
bear from Cajie Hattents "
"Right along. 'Tivon't take It long to
He was corrf-ct as to the time rispiireil
by Cape Hatteras, or VThaterer was man
aging that stotm The l.y rapidl grew
black as Ink ami darkness came with but
moderate reference to the departing sun
Just liefore entering the denser thickets
of the swamps a picket was reachetl and
the officer in charge rejieatetl the warning
of the quartermaster
"He ready to answer right away It'll
be pitch dark, and some of the bovs an
nervous after last night's work. The) '11
shoot quick "
This was to the sergeant, but It was a
pav master who replusl
"Well now, captain, we didn't say but
we thought the trip wvmld l- safer b
night than b) dav The men have got to
have the uione
"Hnie the relis won't get It then Put
her throiiL'h, sergeant, but look sharp
The storm s most got here "
He also was correct nliout the weather
In ten minutes more such it storm hail ar
med us was a credit to Cape Hatteras ami
the whole seacuast of North Carolina On
rolled the hand car, its crouching lussen
gers drenched with rain, that fell In
streams rather than drops The lightning
flashed almost Incessantly and the thunder
seemed to lie rolling around all over the
swamp Except where a streak of light
niug cleft it, the darkness was like a solid
wall, and there was neither head light nor
lantern provided for that hand car
"Worst storm I ever saw," rennrked
the sergeant, and one of the braie of men
who were acting as motive power grunted
Kick at him "It's the worst kind of a
storm, but ou can't see it."
It was n just correction of the statement
made by the sergeant, but at that moment
a hoar-e deep, sepulchial voice from
an. one tbe bushes and blaikness at the
right of the traik commanded
"Stop her' Quick, buvs'" exclaimed the
sergeant, and as the men changed instant
1) from motive iwer into brakes, he
sprang from tbe car into water above his
knes.-s and waded forward to answer the
bail and give the countersign
It was all in vain Down came a double
deluge of ram and thickerilarkiiess Then
a vividness of blue electriiit daucesl
through the drooping bushes and a great
roar of thunder followed as if in search
of the hidden "picket " Neither rain nor
lightning nor thunder nor riixious ques
tionings of the sergeant discovered him
There he was, or must have lieen, dead
or alive, for he had said "Halt," but that
was apparent 1 all he had to say
The sergennt splasbeil his way liack to
the band car, using ver strong language,
and it was deiiileil to go forward
"We're just as likely to be tired Into,
first thing," remarked the pa master's
clerk, 'and the.v'd hit some of us sure "
Itoth of the panastera agreed with
him, and one expressed bis satisfaction
that the Ikix containing the greenback
"That s more than I am.1' said one of
the soldiers "'ihls 'ere rain's got through
in roof 1 call feel it trickle down inside
The handcar was not propelled rapidl
after that, but the lightning and thunder
v.urked hinder than ever Perhaps half a
mile had lieen gamed when another voice,
on the left this tune and not so near, but
equall hoarse and peremptor), shouted:
Other words which seemed to follow
Were swallowed up b a wide mouthed
lap of thunder and ieiiv.is the sergeant's
prompt respond, nut In an instant he was
among the bushes
The first vie heird from blin was
"llo.vs, it's up to my waist and getting
(Jo on, sergeant," shouted one of the
pav masters "The '11 Ih- shooting, at us
if thev don't get an answer "
"Hurrah for (Jen Hurnsule'" squawked
the paymaster's clerk, in the vague eHort
to let an supposed picket know which
side he was on, but a severe sternness
from the further end bade him.
"Hint up' Haiti Come along'"
Till coming'" shouted the sergeant.
"shut up' Coine along"' respondisl tha
thriatemng von-e lie olid him
Km a full quarter of an hour the ser
geant grojKsl and tiouuilered among those
bu-dies Again he Used strong liuguage,
ver strong indeed, but not a soul came to
meet him, imr did another word repl) to
his repeated requests that the picket
should advise him a to what couse lie
The iuirt) mi the hand car cowed under
sheets and torrents and whole mlllponiis
of falling water, and hoped that there
might lie a cessation of the lightning
flashes, so that auy bidden ritlemau would
be less able to shoot straight
"J give it up," said the voice of the ser
geant at last He was only three paces
from the car, but was invisible.
"The bos know who we are," said one
I of the .soldiera. "ami ve cp go as. hut
plH til Kill tl H
rain as this '
1 1 "Them's something more than that lu
it," said one of the puin isters 1 here's
a trap of some kind We'll nevir get to
Morehead I'itv "
1 "We'll go aht ml, anvhou ," s.iid theser-
giant "I'lieii'sus much danger liehuid
'as theie Is before
I '"l in gl id I hurrahed for Iluriiside," re
umrkeil the i iiuster s i lerk
i On went the Irinil i.n lino the water
s,kilsisl dirkiiiss. iin.l another mile or
.more was rolled over Ufore the w a side
summons was souoroiislv uiiented
'Quick now, strgeaul' said the s, nior
lion t know, in ijor " lie replud
i "1 lint fellow s uw -iv in Hie swamp lies
I got limit r eovir I louliln I even llml
I him ltisk if Hovs risk if Hun lur
Hhe.lil The c .ill t lilt Us if thev do tile '
"Halt' i. im w.irmiigl out of the
lil.u kness us the liiinil inr dashed f,
1 ward and with it i.ime thiiuil
I sounded like a r.ittle of iniiskitiv
1 lu v didn t work their joke this tune,
i major s ud the sergi .in!
I hi it s inoie Ih in tlnil In it said tie
major I in glnl we re p.ist this picket,
but I itiafrudwc le running into tumble
I 'Hie lllliv hni slirpllsed Morehead I llv
I iiini the fort
' "lleel.oii not, iu.ijir Hun her vour
hvellnst Inivs We won t h ill jgjin for
t That ".is hr-ive t.ilk, but in less than
twent minutes, he evi 1 imieil
' Unlit on, Ihis' 'that picket Is right
! jn the track Mop her tor our lives'"
Hie did so, as an ouiiuoii and men
uciug thie.it reiieate-d
Half Half" .mil from the resi at
the same inoine lit olhi r voices seemed to
' t 'eml Hut 'tin now '"
Tin iifrnid thev Imve." frrtmiied the
major, unmet .tun n, aim ic- i uu um
) to ilniiiujtoii
No use to hurrah for Iliirnslile this
time," sqiitaked the hij muster's chrk
The sergeaut ran ahead along the track
until he missed his footing in the d irk
and went off into a grimv depth of water
nd black mud just as somebud) said
"Who's there" and hewastr)iug to
"Knelid with the countersign "
His mouth li id too much in for success,
imd once more he used strong and ver)
volcanic expressions as sem as his vocal
organs were at work again Then we
liearel him vi) I
"Come along, li)s' There l-u t an
Isnl) here and the venter's six inches deep
over the track '
It was a doleful ni)ster) and theclnnce
of being llreel upon glew grislt enough
as tlie uir was dubiously urged forward
The fierceness of the storm diminished,
and thus, with a great gust of wind from
Cape Hatteras, it ctaed .More wind came i
and swept aw a) the eloiiils I he moon
came out glorious)), and at that ver) mo
inijt the patiirisier's clerk exclaimed J
xjiuck, sergeant' The) could bee to
shoot now '"
' Halt' Come along' Got Villi liot
Vm now ' Hull)' Heller mount' Hetter
That was what it souuded like, but the
"Abralmn l.liuoln' If it doesn't make I
the tunes th'it we've lieen halted b) those
III half au hour more we were all safe
in Morehead Cit), leaving the frogs to
pla) jokes on someliod) elr New York
Itiilnlng m ouliff lta er.
It Is said on excellent aulhont) that a
high strung thoroughbred seldom, if ever,
forgets n whipping The temper uf the
famous Kiiglish ricer Peter was ruined
b) one blow administered b) no less a per
sou than Fred Archer It was at Ascot,
when, Peter was lu Ins 7eliitti as n ! ear
old Archer was going to ride him for
the Quern Maud plate It had ralneel
hard all night and the course was it quag
mire Arclier, on Pete., trotted down to
the post, when Peter swerved half lulind
and slipped on thegreasv surface", souiuth
so that Aicher was within an ace ot liemg
thrown over his head The jockev said
nothing, lint pi 'king up his wjiip in his
left hand, and grinding his teeth he hit
the colt a isiwerful blow in the side ' It
t-eciucsl fair!) lu lla) his thin skinned
flaiiK." s.is hii ee witness of ihe see ne
"He sprang aav into the air like a mad
cnatlue. never to forget that blow -New
Indian I'lipils III Dakota.
Miss (imidale, who has opened a clioul
among the Imlii.iis in Dakota, has written
to her fru nils an amusing account of the
first few das experience The cleaning
of the log school house and making a flag
occupied the first di). The school did
not ojien prompt!, liwau-e "the worst
thing ulKiut Indians is tint tin) will not
get up iu the moruiug," but nlsmt HC'.tl
the cliildriu licgau to straggle in Mr
I.ittletall brought his two sons, "Isith T
jeiirs old," and when asked, "twliis ' he
said, "Oh, no, two wives " The children
are given clean fact's, hands and well
brushed, and are tan 'it to sit, stand and
niov e prop-rl) Itebcmus c xercises, sing
ing lessons, maiLiies, broom drills and
other exerciser form the principal features
of the instruction at first. The Indians
are uiiumsI to order, nuil their whole lives
are changed by tho new lessons Phila
Lmpe, the I Iterary llalritreser.
A whole volume of anecdotes Is going
the rounds of the press aneut the literary
liahdresser, Kdinund iA-spes Kver) one
connected with literature or art knew
liiiu, and man) well known people fre
cpjeuted his shop After he had grown
wealth). Iarspes left the nrattical details
to his assistants and confined himself to
pla) ing cashier He was a native of the
Kjuth of France, and iu common with his
countr) men had strange sjinpathles ami
s,uall) iinac countable antliiathies Seems
like the following are said not to have
lieen uncommon In his "salon "
A customer presents himself and lu
quires how much he owes
"Shave and hair curl," shouts the as
histant Then adds, iu a lower tone, A
A linsslan'" thinks I-tjies to him
Self 'llecoini's from a countr) where
ever) one is either a t)raiit or a slave
The slaves, however, are chained to the
toil, it is onl) the t)rauts who travel
This man is rich "
"Three francs, sir "
A moment later another assistant call
"Hair cut and Portuguese shampoo,"
adding cotiildciitiall), ''a Spaniard '
"Two francs," replies I.espes
"Shave," sings out a third employe.
"Yes, sir," lowering his voice, "an
"Twent) five centimes "
A customer with long side whiskers but
no mustache approaches
"l'ajez vo" he asks, with an atrocious
....... .. ...t .... .11 1 .. ......
accent and litter disregard of Lrrainumr
"v hat did inouaiciir have done"
"Iliur trininied an Euglishiiiali "
''An Knchslitnan, ' reC-cts Lcspes
"Clur hereslitur) fcje "
"Tho francs lift "
"Cub," aside, "a Pole
"A l'ole" repeats the proprietor, rais
ing his e)es to heaven "fiive the nion
sienr a cravat and a clothes brush "
"Hut," tiniidlv suggests the customer,
"I don't want to purchase these articles "
"Von are not purthisinn an) thine;,
sir," declaims ladies itl j,r, 1H.st manner
"The house Wrs von to ncopt theui as .1
Kmvenir It's a premium." I'ans Cor.
N'evv Yoik (iraphic.
Some mill evidentlj sutTcriiiLx from
disordered liver, has drfincil iiieilicme Ift
lie lint art or science of umiisuiLt a sick
nan ith frivolous .vs.ul itious aliout his
disorder, and of teiuiioruiug iiigeuioUBly
till nature either Lilts cr cure. hiui.
The mortality among chililren the past
month has been enormous. Diphtheria is
now the destroing angel. Let all well
meaning parents protect their I elplens lit
tie ones, and alwavs keep on hand a bottle
of Dr. Hull's Cough Svrup.
The burden of song is the being obligeel
to sit and listen to it.
nlIliVVIPTin "a tastinir .nil Irerrsnt
DerfuiiiP. Price 25 and 50 cents. er sale
by V. A. G arw ood.
Vs all aw fill mi all joke
A Gift far All.
Ill outer to give nil a chance to test it.
and thus Iki cnnvtliivd of its wonderful cut
ativopouirs, r. King's New Uivover for
consumption, loughs and uilds, wllltie, lor
a limited tune, given uwa 'I his oiler is
not mil hlier.ll, hut shows uulioiiuilisl taitli
III the merits ot this gle.tt leuiisl. Ml who
sinfei fiom toughs, tolds, consumption
.iithiiiH, bronchitis, or ui) alfcctloii of
tluout. best, yr lungs, an esis iall re
Hiiestisl to etll at Charles l.udlow ,v. Co 's
drug stun, and get a trill Imttle frei
LtiKe 1miIIs .
Kelifli. lit r Vmilll.
Mrs 1'ho Ih-Chesle, l'-ti rson. Cla Co,
lona. ti Us the following rem ilkaMe storv,
the Until of which is vow lied for h the
lesideiitsor the town "I am T : ears old.
htC In-Ill trollllltsl With Millie IOMIilllllt
in. I Unit ness tor iii mv vinrs could 'ot
Idiess m)self without help Now I am flee
I troiii all ii tin iiid sineness, and .mi .ihle to
do all in own housework I owe m v
thanks lo His tin- llittirsfnr hivmgri
new ed in outh 'iinl remiivisl loinpletilv
all disease end pain " I'r t bottle, onl ,
Mi lents, it Chas. l.udlow .V C" s dtiig
Him ktln'i AriiitH snUe.
TllKlltsi SviVh. lu the world for Cuts,
llrulses, S ires, Uliers, Salt llheilin, Kever '
Sores, Ti tier. Chapped Hands, Chllbliliis, ,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, audposltml)
cans I'lles, or no piy rispiired. Itlsgirtr
antetsl tn give perfect satisfaction, or uuiiie
refundeil. Price 25 ceirts ier hot. Kor
sale by Charles l.udlow A Co.
CLOTHES BY THE HOUR.
How tlie liupee unions llmle Manage to
Kerlt IV Aiiearalires a tn lire.
"Ah' Chaii' 1 tint one of Fwnnk'r '
said one of those lieings that give strong
reason to Ih lleve iu the Darwinian thesirv
the other afternoon on Cliistnnt strict
fIhe objit addressed was quite as like an
"if" as the one that sjioke, nnd the caiiso
of the remark vt as one of those coats In
tended for the spring Hade but cut short
1 lu Its growth by the continued cold
"Ynhs, deah lioy You see. It's bloom
i In' cold ter dav an' I made a date with a
fair) to walk ter da), an' 1 hod to do It,
me tK) "
"How hawd did he stwike )e, chappie'"
"Sevinteen cents till ."i o'clock, an' the
cents an houh aflah, but I must la- hack,
)e kuow, and the pose cost two cents au
how h, an' I could only lsiw wall a q uaw tan
fwom in) little sistah " Then the) parted
At 5 o'clock "Chappie" vt as seen coming
down the street He turned off Chestnut
street at Twelfth and went a few doors,
rung a la-11, and entered a house The
stroller followed it III a nicely fur
nished liack room was seated a well
dressed xotitli of 27 )ears of age He
turned uut to be "Fwauk." All around
the room were hung garments uf all '
shades and kinds, but all were of the
latest "Kiiglish cut ' Here "Chappie I
carefully took off his coat, after removing I
the rose that nestled in the upper button I
hole The bill was twenty three cents I
"What calm I do faw )e, chappie " I
was Kwank's" salutation as soon as the
wind hud oiieued the door and cleared the
room " '
"Well, this 'chappie' doesn't want any '
thing, except to know u little bit alsmt
tills iudustr) of )ours Where do )nu
get these clothes hatiglng around here,
I and is vour business a flourishing sue
! cess" ' I
I At first there wa- an apparent indispo
I sition to answer but it didn't take long to
I make up the little mind possessed, and a
I few startling facts were developed The
I details will not, however, lie told in the
sill) lingo of the informer
The establishment lias lieen Iu exist
elice nenrl) two ears, and has lieen grow
lug rapidl) ever sliu e its organization
1 The propnetor lni)s all kinds nf fashion i
able clothing from slender dudes w hose
I fathers give them plent) When the)
get hard up the) go to "Fwank's, and
them the) receive a virv fair price for
clothing The cheap dude, that
stands on I'he-tuiit stresrt curb stiuiesainl
meanders dolefully up and down, wonder
ing all da) when somethiug Is going to
happen to make It rich, so It call eujo
life like other "ch ips " or waiting for
ome heiress to fall in love with its shape,
is the one th it enriches Fwank " This
branch of the "genus iludil ' seldom has
mure than a dollar at one time, but It
must make au appearance rsi t goes to
"Fwank " and there il can get one of
those ilitkev toil" coats for 10 cents the
tirst hour nnd live cents au hour after
On Satnrdiijs and Minda) the price is
raised 50 per cent Dress suits are hired
iu the evenings for -40 tents It often
makes them go broke for a week on these
occusioiis Trousers can be hired for
from o to cents an hour Xo .ecurit)
is required On Saturda)s "Fwank" bu)s
a Job lot stock of flowers, and hires theui
out iu lots ringing from '' to 5 cents an
hour - Philadelphia Times
The cashier of the Herman Hsnk nt I! il
tiuiore, ugiist Writer, esij , s3)s "llav
mg usisi .SiUallon Oil for some time 1 (mil
it a sure cure fur headai he. sprains, m u
ralgia, etc, ami take great pleasure iu rei
There aie live oimg women enrolled in
the law department of the Michigan mil
trifle with any Throat or
Lung Disease. " If you have
a Cough or Cold, or tlie children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It U a positive cure,
and we guarantee; it. Price 10 and fjOc
Frank 11. Cnblentz, -corner Market and
Advlcv to Motli.re.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing S)rup, forchll
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the bet female nurses and ph)slciaus lu
. l. ITihIm.1 slt.ts .nit hss iws-li lisisf for
.u.ui. ..-ter.f.'illiiu. uinsKKla inlllion,
'"" " 1,7 Tin it I .i
of iiiothers for tlieir children. During the
process of teething its value Is incalculable.
I It relieves the child from pain, cures il) sen-
ter) and diarrhcea, griping iu the bowels
and wind colic, liy giving health to the
'child It rnatatho mother Ptle 25c a bottle.
' V lioeter Int. IsUeil til sli ekers
, .Must havn iintlctsl the bright, clear com
plevlons of llle Sisli rs. That bloom of
) until is the result of p.rfeet digestinu of
fisnl. 'ihe sallow, dejeitisl coiiiileuaiii't'i
prevailing nearl) all our hdies Is the rc-
1 suit of iiidigcstinii. The Shaker hxtract of
ItiKits (Megel's h)llli) will give llllllisli.lt
relief and bring bick the glow of health.
llarve) Lee, Merchant at Twin springs.
McDonald I'o . Mn , writes Ma) i, st
"The Shaker Kxtract of Knots his utisl
ui) wife of sick headai he, whuh she has
Iks'H siihject to for ten )e.trs Shu feels so
liroiid over It that she wishes me to sin
I ccn I) thank ou for sending the iiiisliciiie
.. .....I. ..1 I.. tl II....M.. r..v..i.n..t '
to this iilai e." .las. M. .Mnriraii, Merchant.
ol Kinpiri', K)., writes. Keb. lb.st: "A
KfiitVnuu who had lieen arlintisl for )ears
with seven1 rheimiitlsii has Is en pel lis tl)
I Hired bv seven bottles, hend three dozen
lunle at nine."
Cri-iiui Hint t niil VVeulhvr.
j What a biMir) Is a tulli in siinmier
.Siirel). but a irreater liiur) Is a clear head
in winter; just when almost everbod) is
I sneeiiiK ami siiultliin; with a cold In the
I head. Hut when )im are attat lisl use KI)'s
I Cream 1! dm. It cures colds in the head,
I and what is lietter, it cures the worst cases
I of chronic catarrh and ha) fever. Not .1
I lupin!, not a simif. I'leasant to Use. IJuieV
.rebel. Radical cure.
Ctiionlt tiiiiiis ninl olil.
And a I disi ases of the throat and Innirs
i. in Ik-i urisl b) Iheiise of S. ott's KiiiiiNiiii,
as itiontnilis Ihe heallli,: virtue's of Cod
Live r Oil and II)pnphosphites in their full
1 est form. "I consider Scott's Kuili'aioii
the teuiisl) pir excellence iu Tuberculous
and Strumous Affections, to sa) nothing of
unlinarv tsilds and throat troubles." .
IL S. Connell, -M. 1)., Manoliester. O.
Tliellilliet ot rr.erntlnli.
he satisfaction nf feeling safi" from
catcliin an disease from drinking water, J
from li inure air. from a sick person, from i
...... taut uiih fmil ftnthinir l.ifeetlon nr run-
tanon ironi any Kitirce, Is complete and all I
. . .. ii. .1 . ..-k.. n i.
anxletvaiiaveci nj meuseui unrsriuiiu-
I "-. .a m l i.l. .. tlll . I
J lactic IUUL AwiuewuiKnemurewr.
ty, comfort and confidence than all the doc-
toring m the worict.
Tin: i: ijnxiM-:.
A rO)U:UFl'L '10MI'
I lit thr lyu-it '! It. Hi -t. mi uli will Iw.tr
V M'lll u IV MK Ml,lt!l,
kiiki'm riisM, m:i:ot rmwiui-
TION uuil till IfPrni IMxPdwes.
HK OUf K Ivlt II l.fcf l-ol l
To 1,1 l,l-l -I'HIrH -ueriirto
tHllie II H'Htat I nlrTllv 4MC
M tr tut ii !!' hit il New . urk !- ver j
tl-llt trt td with K iHkiiit- h if teen ill-
le In I. Hill I'hlhlUU UtilllV iVhlleli
II iry writ th it lv iskitie h i run d tiiHwit
dttsT tveiit ve ir-i sutlenti lrni ihhI in t tuI '
nenom tlsp vMi rit him (nr pirtnulari
t Jnei'li h Mount U. N Itsuie It Csin
ilrterett tii'tlipenthle. It nttMierfectly '
Irf W h II icoinh M li M r-a-tt 2lU t
N . litel'rof lu X Met i-olleue write
Kiiklne , superior to'iulntne lu in npecinc
i turner .uiit neter irintm es the s'iKhtst
Jurv tn the fie irlng ir euiistitulliin
I riiniieiiiilsuii.ili Ilium in is ttrlte ttml It is
klui h is eilreil tin in alter alt otln r nieilieiiie
hs.l t il!i-.l W rite f ir Im.ik uf testlllliillisls
i k nklni' rvn li Uki-n wiftiutit an? ipecltl
misliisl itviie ! ir liiltte seat tij mall
on re eipt it price
Till ItVsMNhl'i .iWarreiist NevtVirk
JlcX rtrailKcho and relleTe all the trouble Incb
i-n 1 1 J a billuiu tt of the J ilnn, ach Ilia- l
ilnm, Kino, Drew tairu, Ditret after eatltn,
l'ainlaihSide, Ac. XV Uil their niuit mull- j
aMa ucum h Uca iLown in corinf :
Iff siturhe.yrt Carter'iLIttle Llrtr Pilli are aqnan
l Juibla la c'oo.nptlian, cur.nr and preveatlni
VL. auuoj ing ceimpl&avt, while thej alto corrett
I'l diinlrtl or lbs ttomach, ttiinnUte tbe lira
auJrtxuLit the Lowell. Stra If thfj onl ciuJ i
Ath thry T-oaUVealmcitpncelfM to thoajwbo
-ucirir DitbUdistreMine complaint; butforta
.ble In o inDj tht tbry wlllnot be wlUiaj
UUJvriihuutlhuu. llut after ail ickbeu
! thebsne cf t a onr Urea that acre i where we
m.v o.a- great tout. Our pula curs it while
vcbi-rs do nut. ,,M .
taxter'a Little lire nila are Tery email as
Tf r e"T fo take. On or two pille make a dote.
Ther art ttrlctlx Teg't'ble and do not pjp5r
rnr-.batbytbeir gentle action ptrira all who
cielbe-n. Iavileet'J5cit:nTeforft. BoUl
if drutj Jt etniywheie, or teal If maa.
I'iUTEK MCmcurC CO.. New York.
AKE SI ILL TKIIMIMI l.NT!
For fifteen years they hive steadily gained In
favor, and nilh sties constantly Increasing
have become the must populircerset through
out the C mted Mates
Tbetliiutllty is warriuteil to ttear twlceas
touj;as urdlniry corset We have litelyln
trudticed the (1 and It 11 gridcsvtilh extraloni
waist, and weca n turalih theiu tt hen preferred
HUbest avtsrdi rrmii all Hie tt.irld's grext
Ulrs The list medal received is t.irnrtde
greei.f merit, from the lateeiiHiiltlntiueldat
ihlle scores of patents have been found
wotttitess the principles ot the Ulove Fttttuit
hate proved inv.ttu iMe
Hetsllers vre authorized tn refund motley. If
uimu riamln&tliui. these corsets do not prove
Forsateeverywhere ChUIoku..-. treeonap
pllcatlou TIIOMSO.V, LA Ml HON A CO., X. Y.
1 n II u in il 1 1 ( n .
Heals the Sores,
Senses of I'mti','
(ij, , '-H,.r-A I'osI he Cure.
A partlelele applied inioevuno'trll and le
reeable Price in cents at nruiit. Ly
' mi, reiristered ft) cts Circulars free KL1
Backache. Khenzaatifm. Crick, tfora&s. Nrcral.
KU, SUtcUrt, Sol&Uca, L&meS'deorUtp, Kidoey
AttVcUoQs, Sere CbMtorpain intar prt, lool
t apjilied. Prrparea Croin BunfunUy Pitch,
Can! lialuni an J t he tiicsllcliial intaM of trtmh
Hop. AcUla.QantlT.currvauis.kjT. The area t-
cat twuzaemng piaster ever known. All read
u appijr. ooia dt arufffuc ana countrr iorea
33cu,ororflOO Hailed for price. Pro;
tor. UOP FLASrEB CO., SOtfton, Mm.
J. II. AT1IKY, prominent lriiKK-M
or llollj NprliiK 1 !. fiayM i our
liill are Uiiini; ntintltTH lu lhi Mate.
The sale of Tutt's Pills exceed
those of all others combined.
The nre ieuHurly adapt el fo inula
riul ilheaex. Out pliieluii all pre
Office. 44 Murray Street, New York.
i lcll.rtc rMultl(iri ta nu xrrltonaor
J will.ou Uiiilrl1lr.rlirl..blLa
.' JlAltslON TltKlTUKM.
,k -i li. stumi I .- riwl bv FlNer
It., li.n le of
. R.nLi.. sill. 1..I. . n.lLulbT ..1.1. tU.IIllMrD
Ike Cret FhcIUI. I'rraerlptUa
i Curert 1 uAUf. SifmuuirtTlitil.,
t illusions. ImtH'trncUBlidtitt lu 1
aajaAMiransvl In tielf abusl or fo-
; " Jiso
dlscrvtion. i)ne twekan 9iaix J.;1
Bri.'.;.!..! f. n..,.,!.. ruter
Bv mall unto for rampmet, I
Call on or addre Tle. Troupe,4rulst.
M.ma. - .---,
oorner Main and Mirant itrueti, SprlmnmJ
0610, Sole Aneut.
, t .
M w m
K , -J - MJ
Cy flH "
ijv m & im.n
Dr. Albert's next visit to Springfield. Saturday, June Nth, at
the Lagonda House.
Sinerior Street, next to
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
iSMivii v, auefemarully treated upon
The Latest Scientific Principles.
kaa attained tlie moat wonderf ol
u,ie lu Hie treatment ol tlie
laira 1 ulllrll be devote. M
upeelal lteullon, and tlirosl
, of palleul labor and re
eartb be baa dl live nsl tbe
mux lufalllble method of urlns
Iteueral wraakue.., Iiivolimlar)
Iiargea. Impotenc ) , lien oil-
nr.., eonfo.lou .if Idea., pal4l
atlou of the bearl, tliuldlt,
dl.ea.e r Hie throat, llnw and
akin, atlerllon. ot the liver,
.li.lll.lh Illd buarU ll.e.e ter
rible disorder. Ibat make llle a
miserable eaUlenee and render
ing marriage iiupoaalbla.
married peraoua or jouns men
ronlemplallus niarrlase, uvvare
of Flij.lcal Weaknr.. or any
oilier d.euallllcallou. .peedlly
under tbe. .are of UB. AWHIT
uiay lonlldo In hla bou.r a. a
rrullrniall. ud eoiilldellll, rely
upou hla aklll phyaliUn.
rami j .'uic-
.S o.th .iirr iuh. ...ing r..r; "-. --?
ill ttu. but her powiW" peroa-I rojjnUatloTjijsjMjrrjo
IDBIBLK C1HI.S utllltlMTiiD.
. a a... Itl UA.faarav
a.-.e. and rorre.'poudeneeSacredb
n ) part ol lha I ultcd Male a.
a ditease ol
ich caused bv
that organ to perform its proper func
tions, the result of
Droner mastication of food,
selection. I'hvvicians seem to
s)Uem of dieting alone is not
nature must have assistance. Tlie
iicarl) as possible a specific, and 1.
for the cure of thi. di-ac which
of this country miserable.
Wire Merchants, and
countr). If )ou are
find relief at first
Saihs Pruden's Ginger Ale
K.V. ! J'..'."
i null l in l il
5MPic3-fc- (fS)l2 - M
HURST & THORNTON,
LtSTEM OHIO mTS;,
Mfe ail - 'Jfc,lf"iT,",-i'IT'1jCi
r lAliimiasw I
maiiad t l
. Utt9 prOTOTUUO
a Look it t nil tnu 1 1
i ut jfivi rfcnjrtLareauijHaaaitnDT caocx
..k. SEMINAL PASTILLES:
iiioafaiJPiiTIrt lirvaTin finrii.rpMir'i
tiUA-aJllta. TliJ far K(kt taorsi in p-ubt
toQktjid eaaes they abolatelj rwtom prnnuuin tr
o-sl aa J broken down raea totb fntt aaicrcneat f
'1 iihm-mboTi2T froQtriumaT otcunJisa
tvi4titatMt by lodtretioii. iJTrciTi,terLrj a
rnraaioithsttmtitof rooctroablaanJ aecv v
RUPTU3SD rRSOMS can tiavo FIE X
Or llir l.hUHr llwbir. I"teliiffl Curra
b) 4daitnilrrtnc Ir. Ilniitra
4 olden "pee4r.
It enn bt clvrn In iuu ol coiT nr tt I
nillHIUVHirnH.IBItmr .. UI T4JU l,rfFaa a,
It, lsabtoliiMy hanntrti. aut ill rHrti
ulll, .lit tl. 1 I....I I (,.. ,.f Ilia l.aPd.m till if
Uirmanci't .nut -rDfrdy curr. wliether tin I
(lent la a iu iterate drinker or au iUmIio! . i
fyia 1 It. ill iinW uf tlnilltv tM tuttt brt-Il '
nuttt tmpfr-ttf men who ha ttW)i iaJ u
Il-ei MiMit thfir coffee wttinmt tfteir knnv.l f
eitce. .ma tola .-Hee they i.uH .tnhtitiii;il ,
thrironn free will It nrrer falW !he-j
i tern onee tmpreicnatetl with the Ielnr it.
. r.ri..nii'4 .in utter lM.i)4i4lht.IIv for Din Iniit. r '
apjutuetoexiHt r r-uie r ir T J !-
i.r. tejt Miln street, .nut Theo lrupe
umd roa ova
HEW ILLUSTRATEO CATALOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
59 Main Street. - Buffalo. N
TbMWaahboartlar made wila
ft BMtTVool nm. TLe titrooff
4t boarvis ao4 best waancra la th
wutU. For ut tj all JaaUra.
AnrvAr WTG CO.,
Will llnd jut what Uiey nted A FO LL Ll N E
JF INSTALMINT GOODS aid only t
HINSTALMENTTRADC. br addremlng
la.iiiai.si linLiaa' atrrLY Cu., trie, ra-
i HBf f
I LK. I
Postoifice, Cleveland, 0.
ImmrOlalrl) cured and full tlsor
restored: Till. dllrelus aim. -tlou
Will ell render, llle a linrdell
and marrlase lniM.llile I. Ill"
paually uld b) tlie trlilllli of
Iruprndellie. lollslllt UK. I.
Ul.lt r at once and Jon will nod
tlie .jnipallij- and rellrl thai
JToU polllel renulre.
Sull'erer. frmii tbl. dl.lrea.lns
disorder. Hie ) ni.liilii ol Willi !
are dull and ini-ellled nilHd,
wtllltl lllllll. Illeiu lor Hie per
lorniauie oflhelr bii.lu... and
ini .liiil-- make. liamir
n.a iwiiai ...---. ...
NM mnrrlasea lmoall.le, dl.lrr.ea
iSfk tbe action ol tlie heart, rauara
l3 Ua.b'eaol Ileal, e. II lorebodluj..
loss, Urlns "I eompaui,
Willi u prelreeuee lo be alone,
leellug a. tired 111 Ihe m.rlilu
.. on retiring, while drpioill lu
"J urine, ueroiiiie.. Ireinlillu,
la, tonlplIn. pain ""J
-llir- lu limb. lt- . ltuuia
con Mill IU. laKHtX lnini-JI-tJ)
M"d relorr-J t lirtliu
the failure of
irrcgubnty in meals, im-
and want of care in its
be of the general opinion that a
sufficient to cause reaction, but that
new Dy.pepsia remedy AbAkll i.
fi - t becoming the popular nudicine
makes so many of the people
It is for sale b) Drugguti,
general dealers all over the
a sutTerer tr) it a;ul
SACIIS - I'KU -
is sold all over the world.
- IG &I8.East la 5-
5HECT MtTAL IN ANY FORM
, KAtsWClN IRON.
Js-tLC f l-VeJ-W
Avoid ta iaioune.0 ct trt-anmc r
ia tor a uvtaOMa, acta au 'j-1 ttt.
t lUt liMiiUKUilI IWHaJ
LHXU tCTCati. de. nu Uatrfrrs
wua atntan to tuamew craaHtsU
liftcnLJli inodicil fncrffpW UsUrcc!
kalh.ttt.Ytflrit a) Id m hifZMtiSS
rtu-Lja tult With Oct ilVlar Thu L JyT-ITAl
ftmr'k.iiKif tSa haiha'iiitrtB-iUrMJrfiL lilal
w-MUala&Jiaat nicleoiuaof lifai(irataarW i&m.waI
bcco-fiitlictrfiai4fl4 tacadliratiM UdiLm &lL4ti&,
T3EATltliMTiJKti.p- ? K.-S.W. TSrtt U
HARH13 REMEDYCO., fx Cutuat
3C0H X.TanUlBtreet.BT WJUia 2ia
TftUl ot Our Appllancti. AsU tor Tennsl
W. L. DOUGLAS
tho lea.llus 9 X. sliu
oftlio world. MJe Clue
Til Lie! i prrerl Ut .&J
nupcrHrr In hlicu.tlklty .
-or tl nuil i lriT
nal. ir.rr.jt.il Cliu
err m. Ia.l"i i Lacii
... ,, ,e .
itj- frr- i u- 4 j.r h ih w h sV-- miwt
cut s traitfrit rciuilij to mwe tt. pub-
i( till tMtrrliiaetJ,Tfe hreinavJfttUCb mpr ve-
ruIUiat t'lTt ct btf DO uaflioa:i wure.aiaiot
TV. L. DOUGLAS S2-50 SHOE.
f-r ftrrtttrttfy iirrmt. th l. ilium v I ih trcta
Klacm. eJ rtju!. if not superior ! tbe f hr
aJfvrtlsed by olhr fl 't e Invite ajxr,Qal
Jpctin and roninnton before parrhaiuaT
W S1KIK Hill lUIVs. ametv! tht
3 A e 1 arelul n ttittMUUy TbaletThIk
-vt ticeoasllett a a rhooI atice It 0J of tb
sJo e cam A 'e fc itl at roar dealer. uRsi aJdreM
Mitttu W.U loukl,irocLUu,Ma9
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
r, sjirinKr,.itts it.
?. 1 K
lu Tirrauf better you
A ivrtatn cure tor j-nn
auU ot 1 .
For Constlpatlou Mill
Ami faJIftntlon quUkly
Skt lleaJ&che tuo, will
Wh-a TarraBt'j brlttr
onest Help for Mem
I'j Xo More Monej to Onniks.
T will send J0.1 .1 w 'rir-Cur. JljesiVrred
niter . iean' eiDortmenllnir. which ir
rail, auit Liwilsjuu Absulutelj llilnr un-
til imiivJ. Address
ilKXHV dfK.ivL. Box 4C5, Mll-iukee WU.
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