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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: Fill DA V MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, l81.
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The Stopping of the Olocfc
Surprising falls the Instantaneous cnlro,
The sudden alienee In my chamber email!
I, Marti";, lift my bead in half alarm
The clock has stopped that't all.
The clock baa Hopped. Tet why have I so
An Instant feeding almost like) dismay?
Why note lu ailonoe sooner than lu sound I
For It ha ticked all day.
So may a life beside my own go on,
And inch companionship unheeded keep;
Companionship aoaroe reoognlzed till gone,
Aud lost lo Hidden ileep.
And ao the blessing Hoaren daily grants
Are In their very commonness forgot;
We little heed what anaworeth our wants
Until It answers not
A strangeness falletb on familiar ways,
Aa If aome pulse were gone beyond recall
Something unlliougbt of, linked with all our
Borne clock has stopped that's all.
"O Fatherland doarnstl O Fatherland mine!"
"Ach, mein Gott, 1 have no letter
We were sitting, Hen Schenning and
I, in the shade o! some young redwoods,
far up the mountain side, having
strayed a little from our band of picnick
ers. The trees, scarce moving in the
breeze, dropped their long shadows
dowL the grassy slope, where in the
sunny places the yellow butterflies flit
ted in and out among the purple lilies.
The madronos spread thetr broad and
shining leaves to the sun, delighting in
its ferveut heat,aud making cool shades
where the deer might rest when there
were no picnickian revels to dosocrate
their solitude. Through our sympathy
with this beautiful spirit of solitude,
there had fallen upon us a long silence.
"What news have you from home?"
I asked Herr Schenning at last, merely
by way of saying something.
Without the movement of a muscle
to show that he had heard me. he con
tinued to gaze at the mountains, or
rather, far beyond them, to some white
cloud slo-vly sailing through the blue.
I was about to repeat my question, but
paused, seeing tbo color deepen on his
dark German face, and presently, with
a great sob, as the flood-gates burst,
came the cry:
"Ach, Gott! I have no letter from
He buried his face in his hands, and
with dismay I saw the swift-falling
tears slip through his fingers; but the
storm was as brief as it was intense.
Herr Schenning was not one to give
way to maudlin grief.
"You must think I am a glittering
idiot," lie said, as he laughingly shooE
the lost tears from his fingers.
"No," I answered. "I think you are
homesick, and I know the misery of
"Yes; in fact I had a sudden and
overpowering attack of it Your ques
tion was a drop added to my heart's
full cup. That tree"-pointing to a
fir tree that towered to the sky "with
its great waving arms and whispering
boughs, had borne me far through
yonder calm sky to tho Fatherland. I
was a boy again, and had strayed to
my favorite lir tree at the edge of tho
forest; rocked in its branches, I heard
tho wild songs of the woodland; I saw
the silvery gleaming of Murg flowing
down to the Rhine; I saw the blooming
orchards, the bird-hitunted grove, and
the little white bouse of Blumunwald.
The fragrance of its flower-garden
came to mo across the meadow, and I
knew who walked there, wearing in
her golden hair the blue flowers that I
loved my little Barbara. I can not
remember wbon I did not love her, and
think ol her as mine. For her I stud
ied, and struggled, and won my school
day prizes; for her I sought to become
wise and honored; for her sake, who
had no gold for her dower, only her
sweot self, more precious to me than
all the gold of California heaven
knows too precious, I thought, to be
degraded by the slavery ot our old
world We of poverty for her dear sake
i pnt aside the little clinging hands, aud
kissed her pleading mouth, and came
away to this great, golden lnd of
America. I, so wise with my Latin and
Greek, so skilled in metaphysics, so
deep in all the subtle science of the old
world Bavants, came to California to
niako my fortune. I laugh lo think
how I have groped aud stumbled in the
broad, bewildering light of this splen
did young world, while those who can
scarcely write the plebeian names they
bear, dip down into tho mysterious
earth and lift their hands with glitter
ing treasure. At home, I mifflit have
walked with princes. Here, poor, ill
clad, and shall I say itP sometimes
weak wun Hunger, I wander uncared
for, except when some gentle heart like
yours brings me, for pity of my loneli
ness, into a pleasant day like this. But
forgive me for showing you such a
"Broken! Oh, dear!" I exclaimed,
struggling wildly with my tears. "I
should think it would bo like that of
Mrs. I'lovinst'g father, pulverized,
crushed quite out of you. Ilerr Schen
ning," I added, abruptly, "why don't
you put your pride in your pocket, and
He laughed. i
i. doJJ' lt would not accepted
Sdsfn. No;I h&V8 committed sui-
hi Xl ?inS? . ay ,lip !rom the ua-loved
heights into some black abvss where
mSeS'iUVUght ,UiU' 1
What!" I said, "not eveu bv Hula
Barbara, who is waiting tor vou Yn
"Mein Gott!" he cried, in another
excess of despair, "there is no on
waiting for me. Think you such a
fooL such a beggar as I would be worth
thatP , No, the father was right; he did
. well to marry her to Horr Heitustehor,
whoso broad orchards stretch to the
vaiwof our loved forest Frau Bar.
bara is rich, 1 trust, aud happy, wan
her fair-haired children clustering at
lior knen. If she ever gives a thought
to the lover who loft her so long ago,
it Is to smile at the fairy-like future ho
proralsod her, though I dare to hope
that sometimes, when tho voice of my
fir tree comes to her through the twi
light, or when she plucks those little
blue flowers from her garden, she will
remember me with a little throb of the
.old love. God bless her and pity a
poor devil like me."
The fir tree waved its long arms in
the freshening breezo; the shadows
crept up from the gorges and spread
along the hillsides, as if seeking him
who nad spoken of thoir dark retreats;
the bold outlines of the Palisades
showed stern and frowning against the
sky, but the face of St. Helena, grand
and sweet, lay smiling toward tho
west, waiting for thoj sunset glory aud
the solemn starlit night
How it could have happened to tho
ever-splendid Ulrich and myself to lose
our way, I can not imagine, but we
achieved that brilliant feat. Driving
quite by ourselves in the rear of tho
small picnicking procession, we full in
to further talk of Californian ways. I
was trying to impress mein-horr with
the fact that he was too young to call
his life a failure; that no one. at any
age, in California, need despair, unless
he lay down like a coward, and let the
crowd rush over him; that he must
fight and keep on fighting; that as
he was thrown, to to speak, ho must
get up and rush at it again; that just
as sure as fate there was a competence,
if not a fortune, for every brave man
here. Then I repeated my well-tried
motto: "For every woo there is some
compensation" and just then we dis
covered that we were out of sight of
our companions. Herr Schenning
touched the horse, and we sped over
the road at a pace that proinisod to
soon bring us up with them; but, to
our surprise, wo neither saw nor heard
them. The way began to soom strange.
Herr Schenning adjusted his spectacles
and took a survey of our surroundings.
"It is altogether the wrong way,"
he said; "but if we make hastn back
wards, we may reach home before it is
very late "
My heart sank a little, for the way
over whicn we had come was particu
larly mountainous. There were places
which I hardly cared to pass after dark,
and Horr Schenning, with his short
sight, was, as he himself said, "not a
pretty good driver." And how they
would laugh at us! However, there
was nothing for it bnt to retrace our
way as swiftly as possible. Our con
versation drooped somewhat, we both
seemed to have a good deal of thinking
that would not bear putting into words,
although we made a brave joke, now
and then, to keep up tho illusion of not
"But vou are getting chilled," said
Herr Scnenning, anxiously.
I was indeed shivering in the cold
night wind that came rushing down the
"Will you please to put on my coat?"
he implored, in comical distress.
I stood but a moment upon ceremony,
then allowed him to wrap tho warm
garment about me.
"Now," I said, laughing, "if you
contract an acute bronchitis, through
your gallantry, I shall take you home
and take care of you."
"Thank you," he answered fervent
ly, "to 1" takon home, and taken care
of Motiii to mo, just now, to bo tho
granitic; t good; if yon would kindly
conduct mo to some asylum for the
'imbecillious, I should be forever grate
ful. What compensation, think you,
can there be for our present woe?"
"Let us await developments," I re
plied, with, I confess, a sort of tremor
In my faith. I looked up at tho frown
ing cliffs, and glanced at the yawning
gulfs below, fho sun had set long
since; the night was deepening. I
felt all courage fading; I did not care
now "what they thought" I wanted
to be out of the terror of this way, safo
under some roof.
"Ilerr Schenning, do you remember
that snug ranch we so much admired
as we came along this way?"
"Yes, we must bo near it; and there
indeed is tho light from the little
We soon reached tho gato. The
moon at that moment rose grandly
above tho mountains, and poured her
radiance down upon tho cottage with
its clustering out-buildings, its embow
ering shrubs and trees, tho orchard and
vineyard stretching far along tho hill
side. Tho fragrance of mignonetto
and roses catue down from the garden
like old friends to welcome us.
"How lovely!" I exclaimed involun
tarily. "It is a little Ulumenwald." said
Herr Schenning, with a tremble in hit
Our first greeting came from the
porch, a cloud of smoke from a trunor
ous pipe, and from its neighborhood
came, an unmistakable (icnuitn voice,
making answer to Herr Schenniug'g
salutation. A rapid conversation in
thoir own language seemed to put us
in the right light, for our host ushered
us cordially within tho cottage.
"I dinks you moost po quite shilly,"
he said, placing a chair lor mo near
the hearth, where a pleasant fire added
its glow to tho hospitality of tho kindly
voice. "It is zo cold auf ilcr moun
tains; it is peddor you taste dis vino.
Mein frau will pooty quick coiue; sho
is mit der shildren. Ach, sho is como,"
he added, as a fair-haired, rosy young
matron entered. "Katrina, du.se po
zom young people vat ;ot lost from a
"Ach, zo!" exclaimed Katrina, com
passionately looking at us, as if she
thought we might be tho veritable
Babos in the Wood, grown up. At
that, and the touch of womanly sym
pathy in her look and tone, I burst in
to hysterical woeping. Her arms were
about me lu a moment; and what with
her droll English, her humorous ex
fressions, and comforting assurannos,
soon recovered my composure, aud
glanced at Herr Schenning to see how
it was wiui mm. raio, and wittt lips
tensely sot, he was gazing at Katrina
as n intent upon penetrating sumo
Katrina, in her enthusiasm, was run
ning about tho room, and putting sup
per on a table, quite ignoring the fact
tint we belonged to a picnic. TakKig
up a boon that lay upon a tablo beside
me. i aiartej at reading tho namo,
"tiau HeliuiiUiUer." uud eave Katrina
such a look that she came to soe wtias
was on tho page.
"Aoli, yes; that is pring me from
Germany by mein sister. She Comes
Cooty soon. She makes asleep mein
loine mann; mein loetle Ulrich, vat
she givo him do namo. It is," she ad
ded, confidentially, "de name of von
she lofe long, long ago. He is dead
mw poor Ulrich! Aoh, wat a poetj!
Zo nice he vas, so vise, und she zo
much lofe him! Sho vill never get mar
ried to any odder von. Ach, no!" said
Katrina, pensively, returning to give
another touch to the neatly spread
Ilerr Schenning sat with bowed head,
his faco hidden. I heard soft footsteps
approaching, and a faint odor of violets
came through tho door. I looked. There
in the doorway, with the little Ulrich
slipping from her arms and clinging to
hor dress, stood a golden-haired wo
man, fair and sweet as any pictured
Marguerite, although a little past tho
lime of blooming youth. She looked
beyond me, hor blue eyes slowly dilat
ing, to Horr Schenning, who had risen
and was gazing at her as if spell-bound
by an angelic vision. Her sweet faco
flushed like any rose, till, with an ineffa
ble smile and cry of joy, she reached
out her arms to him.
"Barbara, liebling! Ach, Gott in
When, some months after this, Horr
Schenning had taken out eiiiaon's pa.
pcrs, and, with his little frau, settled
upon some Government land adjoining
Horr Ileimstehor who.afler all, hadn t
stayed at home, and hadn't married
Barbara and had, as a climax, discov
ered upon his ranch a gold mine that
promised to pay for working, I asked
him what he thought of tho law of
"lt is divine!" he answered, fer
vently. m a
What the Director Said.
A Boston reportor, while in the office of
tho New York and Boston Despatch Ex
press Company, had a conversation with
Mr. B. F. Larabeo one of tho directors of
tho company, who gave tho following per
sonal experience : "A little over a year ago
1 was taken sick. I did not know what
the trouble was, but I continued to grow
worse, and my complaint ballled the skill
of my doctors. At last my symptoms de
veloped into that terrible complaint,
Blight's Disease, which has been pronounc
ed incurable by all physicians. My suffer
ings at that time ware unspeakable. I was
bloated from head to foot; my heart pained
me; my pulse was irregular, and I was un
able to breathe except in short, convulsive
gasps. While suffering thus I learned of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
although I had been given up to die by the
prominent physicians of Boston, and they
had told my friends I could not live a
week, I resolved to try the remedy as a last
resort. I am rejoiced to say it has effected
a perfect cure in my case, and with many
of my i'ritnos, who have been alllicted with
kidney troubles, either of long standing
or in their acute forms, andwho, under my
advice, have used this most wonderful
Gymnastics as a (Jure of Disease,
Boorhave, the groat Dutch phvsioian,
inscribed on the wall of his lecture
room, "I gave the medicine, God cured
the disease'" He was far in advance
of tho doctors of his era, and promul
gated ideas which wore then novel, but
which science has since made common
place. In an ago of dosing, when quantity
was as much thought of as qvwlity, lie
"When I reflect on tho immunity of
hai d-working people from the effects of
wrong and over-feeding, I cannot help
thinking that most of our fashionable
diseases might bo cured mechanically
instead of chemically, by climbing a
luiterwood tree, or chopping h aown,
if you liko, rathor than swallowing a
dose of its t'isgusting leaves."
Kach school boy now knows that
physical vigor is the basis of bodily
health, and may only bo retained by
exercise. But in those days few phy
sicians eared to utter the truth, even if
they themselves knew it
The Ancient Greeks, knowing that
an effeminate man is half sick, provid
ed gymnastic exercises. They used
these to promote health and prevent
disea.su. An old Greek doctor, Ascle
piadese, is quoted as an authority by
Dr. Oswald to enforce the idea that
gymnastics will cure disease.
Tho philosopher had found that
health could be preserved, and if lost,
restored by physical exorciso alono,
and not only discarded the use of in
ternal remedies, but made public dec
laration that he would forfeit all claim
to the title of physician if ho should
ever fall sick or tlio but by violonce or
extreme old age.
Asdepiudcso kept his word, for he
lived upward of a contury, and died
from the effects of an accident Ho
used to prescribe a course of gymnas
tics for every bodily ailment. loutlCs
Beer A Her to the Kidneys,
and it may seriously interfere with the
health unless promptly counteracted, and
to tins purpose Warner s Safo Kidney aud
Liver Cure has no equal.
A Valuable Bouquet
One of tho lirst things the Princess of
Wales purchased at a late fancy fair
was a luagnilicont bouquet, for which
she gave a couple of sovereigns or so.
Having Inspected tho various stalls,
she was on the point of departing, when
one of tho ladies, who had boon most
indefatigable in disposing of hor wares,
and was evidently a personal friend of
her Koyal Highness, stoppod her.
"What, aro you going alrcadvP"
"Yes," said the Princess. "O, then
do givo mo your bouquet ami wait a
moment, and sen what I will do with
it." Her Royal Higlmossconipliod with
tho request at once; whereupon tho
vendor promptly unnouncod to the
crowd of male admirers standing round
her stall that flowers from the Princosn'
bouquet wore on sale at ten shillings
aploco "only a limitod nuuibor to bo
disposed of." In loss than two min
utes thirty gallants had each ono in his
button-hole, and thirty golden half
sovereigns had boon added to tho funds
of tho charity.
"Cuttinr;" treatment is so often annlicd
to marble, that when it gots the chance to
"out back," Jt uses it. Mr. Win. Will, 1613
Frankford avenue. Philadelnhia. Pa., fur-
niehes this example in a lute communica
tion : Borne time since I received a severe
injury to my back, bv fullin? iifainst the
sharp edge of a marble step, tho stone pen
etrating it at least a nail inch, and leaving
a very painful wound. After suffering for
a time, I concluded to apply St. Jacobs
Oil, and am pleased to say, that the results
exceeded my expectations. It Bpecdily al
layed all pain and swelling and by contin
ued use, made a perfect cure. I really
think it the most efficacious liniment I ever
Eich -.achelors in New York.
The New York correspondent of the
Hartford Pout writes thusly of tho
wealthy single meu of New York : I
may refer to James Gordon Bennett as
one of the richest of our bachelors. He
may return from Europe at auy time
and honeo tho advertiser should bo on
the lookout for him. Ho is now 42,
and owns a house in Fifth avenue, also
another at Fort Washington, with ex
tensivo grounds. To theso aro to be
added the Bennett building in Fulton
street and the Jkrnlil establishment,
which alono is estimated at $2,000,000.
His Newport property is worth $250
000, and there is to bo added his hunt
inp; Io'irh in Kngland and other prop
erties, which will bring his aggregate
wealth up to $.'(.000,0(10. Ho has been
"engaged," but is now free, though at
the expense of a knock-down nnd an
imaginary duel. Another eligible bach
elor is Win. II. Hurlbut, editor of -tho
World, who, though not as rich as
Bennett, is still in good circumstances,
and is well adaptciito make any wom
an happy. John Bridge is also on tho
list of colibratos. Ho is rather advanced
in years, but has a million to recom
mend his ease, and hence may be in
cluded in tho term "marriageable."
Among younger men may be mentioned
Frederick Paulding, the play-actor,
who is tho richest actor of his ago (in
expectation at lca.it) in tho drama.
Oilier eligible names may bo found
among the Bclmonts, Moose veils and
similar opulent families, und if anv of
our readers will improve the above
suggestion tho prize will bo readily
won, the really best strike, however, is
Samuel J. Tilden, who is now the
richest bachelor of his age in the world.
He is now and is worth a half dozen
How English Women Shoot.
Lady Florem e Dixie, who when last
heard of, was in the camp at Bennett's
Drift, camping out apd cooking I er
awn rations with the help of Sir Beau
mont has ro-established the somewhat
damaged reputation of her countrymen
for shooting. There was a Dutch Boer
ono of tho four told off to guard the
Boer leaders attending the Royal Com
mission. This Boor talked big about his
shooting powers and very small about
those of the Knglish. Lady Florence
challenged him, therefore, to a trial of
skill. The match was arranged. The
Boer shot with a Martini-Henry rifle,
Lady Florence with a Winchester, at
hollies placed at a distance of 200 yards.
To the delight of all the onlookers,
Lady Florence hit her bottles one after
another as if they were elephants, and
the Boer went away signally defeated
and with the conviction that if all Eng
lishmen can't shoot, some Englishwo
What is the difference between a per
mission to speak in a low tone and a
prohibition not to speak at all. In tho
one case, you aro not to talk aloud,
and in tho other you aro not allowed to
No human agency can so speedily cleanse
the blond, clear the complexion and skin,
restore the hair and every species of itching,
scaly and scrofulous humors of the skin,
scalp and blood as the Cuticura KenicdieB.
Mm. J. O. itolMTteon, I'lttahure, I'a., write: "1
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after iinlnt! Hiirilni k Hlnmi Itinera I fell Ih'Uit than
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K. Ollilw, of llulTiilo. N. Y.. writes: "Your Ilur
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rKxiilla fur torpidity of the Itver, and In tho e.aae ot
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llrtir.y Turner, Kocheatiir, N. Y., wrllea: "I
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Fellows' Compound Syrup of Ilypoplionphltci.
Speedily aud peruianeutly rur congestion of the
limn, bmncbl'l. consumption, nervous prostra
tion, shortness of breath, palpitation of the heart,
trembling of the hands and limbs, physical and
mental depression, loss of appetite, lnss'ot energy,
loss of memory, and will rapidly Improve the
weakened functions anil organs of the body, which
depend lor health upon voluntary and Involuntary
nervous action, it acta with vigor, gentleness and
subtlety, owing to the eniisite harmony of Its In
gredients, akin to pure blood Itself.
SOLI) liV ALLDuTOMSTS.
take great pleasure In recommending to parent
the accademy of Mr. SwlthluC. Shortlidgo " i-
II0X. FERNANDO WOOD.M. C
Said iIksmj: "I cheerfully conent to the use of my
name a reference. .My buy Kill return loyuu for
their fourth vear after their vacation.''
For new Illustrated circular address t WITH IN
C. SIIORTLI DOK, A. M., Harvard I n veraity
Graduate, .Media, l'a-, I'i miles from I 'ullauelpula.
V0HTHEHN TBXAS offer greater attraction
In way of good, cheap lands, healthy country
mild climate, abundance of limber and water, dl
veraity of products, than anv other region now
open to settlement, in this rapidly developing
aectlon, Ihn Texas and Pacific Railway has In
operation over kmi miles of road, along which sr'
to bo bad, a' low prices and ou easy term, mil
lions of acres of good snd cheap railroad anil gov
ernment hinds, but recently opened for settlement
For circular and map, giving truthful information
address W. II. AltUAMs. Land t'ommlseloiiur, T.
1 1. Hallway. Marshall, Texas.
VttlltMpMmi Learn Telegraphy! Earn $10
I UllIII ill Lit to $11X1 a month. Graduates
guaranteed paying offices. Address Valentine
Bros., Janesvlllc, wis.
P A AT I1 1 T Vl'for advertisers. Km pages,
I AMI 11 JiTi I r. cents, ti. V. HOWELL
A Kiw fwklaaakle PerfnMe, rrumuit, UefrMhlsf, Ultlas.
Snldttf dlrln llrnn 6 Panty OihmU. Illie.(t Ala., H. I.
Ginger, liuilni JUautlrake, Stilliugia and many
of tltebt medicines known areeomuined in I An
iKR'a(iiNiiSsToNlC,iiitoamedicinof such vs-,
tied anil ellei tlve powers.anomn""
Illuod I'utifcr and Liver Kcgulator an.! n.e ;
Best Health A Strength Bestorsr Ever Csrd.,
It cures Jlyspepoia. Kheumatmm. Neuralgia,'
.ilntplctMicM, ami all diwascs ol llio Sjlomach,;
liowcln, I.unu, I. iver and Kidney. ,
1 Kcniciiihcrl This Tonic is ths IWt Family
Medicine ever made,andi. entirely different from
.lliiiem. f'.ineer l'rriiaraliniu. n ml other Tunic, as.
it never intoxicates liiitcnmiiriinkcnnrjin, Nimrl
.i-etinine without sii'lMlnre nf Hiti-oy IV I n,, N. V
farter'. Hair Balsam
Tsi bnt snd mort
nonmnli-sl hair r
Moi'traii Turk Military Accademy.
Tim best Hoys' Hoarding School In the West,
Prepare fur College, Scleiillllc School or Hlisb
no. Location attractive and elevated, Session
begins Suit l.'l, 1KNI, Send for catnlngtio to ('apt.
Kl) N. KIIIK TALCOTT, Prln., Morgan Park,
Cook 'Jo., HI.
DIARRHEA & DYSENTERY.
Ths most astonishing cures of Dysentery and
Dlarrlnea, both among children aud adults, an
dally reported by the use of
Dixon's Blaokberry Carminative.
It appears to Im a sovereign remedy.
Hold by all drugtflsU lu tho U tilted States and
W. F, DA VIDBOH A 00., Proprietors, CjnolnnatL
THE MILD POWER
Hniiipbreyir Homenpathio Speoincs
Proved from ample experience an entire
aucceoK. nlmiile, Prompt, Klllelenl, and
Kellahle, they am liio only meiliuiuco
adapted lo popular use.
uht eiNi ii i. k. ennr.s, tuics.
I, Fever, ('onuestloii, Inllammutlona, ,2l
"i ii r in . Worm l ever. Worm colic,
a. I rv ma I our. or ipeiningoi iriiunu, "J
4. litAritn-jk of ( hiidren or Adult. .
6. Ilysenlery, Griping, Unions t'olle, . ;&
. rfioleru Morluii, Vomiiliin, . . :
7. founds, t old, bronchitis.
S. Kroralala, loothariie. Kuerache, .i',
S. Ileadaebea, Hick liendiiches, Vertigo, W
10. Ilvlenia, PllloUi Moinneh, - .21
11. Hiiiiiirrssi-d or I'alnlul I'rrloda.
ti lills. loo nrotiiM' I'crlodi, . . .ml
111. Croup, l oiK-h. Ltmvult preatlilng, .M I
M. sall II Ileum, l mi.'pelus, hruplloiM, ,K
lit ItheuiimiiMiii- I'liioimiit In li.lii. .L!i
16. Ke era ii.l Auur.l hill. Kever, Agues, So t
17. Piles, luiuil or bleeding,
i. j aiarm, ncuie or ciircnlc; Inniiena, an
'JO. M boiiiflng Cornell, violent o,iu.-Ih, M
,'l. t.i-ne ral llebllliy, 1'hya'l ft valine. ..'
.'i. Hioii'-v ll'.i-e. .3
IX. V-rtou. i-(n I U v , Kptu-mntorrhea, l.ui
St I miarvU ratiiie,VveiiliiKtne lw-d,:i0
Si. Disease of llie Heart, i'nlpluti,,n, l.tn.
rorsale nydriiKglHta.oriktiit lijr 1,B
oriJliKle Vial, free of eliame, on rei-Moi of
nrli. helot for lr. I In m norma' M.-.L ....
! Disease, ilr., 'HI igef, uUo Illustrated
Address, Humphreys' llomeoiialhlr
Sled. Co.. iOU Juliou be. .W lurk.
(ivrt Instant rclkf and i an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold byDrnirgls'jteverywhere. Prti-e, 1 .on per hot
prenaiitby maiU Haniplea sent jfree to i'hyslcians
snd slliutferi ra.by P. Nenstaedler lo. Hoi Svi,
$ni m1"- il mil htif itifs in i fit? woi l.l ..(: Mfln.-4
Ni'1iiiitiu. W H dCls'ILi I Ll.i A CO . Jl T
H11 ft STOPPED FREE
DR. KLINE BGRtAf
rornU Hat 4 Mats Ti. indy tun
Is'ii l'iii.s if tJiken at dleened. A'k A.' nf'.r
Srididy iujr, Tn-ailv arsl I'i trill tsitllerrtv us
Vitpiieni.ihT pa;inacspsM!ivt. fend r.nos.
P. 0. aod eit.resa adilm. ui Iia. KI.INB, HI,
Arch St. PliiUuciiiLU, l'a. SaprtncpiidrauuLk
fortune- ! Agent wrllequtrlt Territory free.
Senllrely pew Ih hI m lllt.s articles out. Pr
tug Hells for e-w,i g and all nwWne. Indes
tnictllila Keh t'oril and api-rTeei ixs.rfprlns.
Tu j 1". T.t.olled Vi ire ln !lCo,3jn 7th Ave. S.X.
ItEAHONH AVIIV TilK
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AltK TIIK UEST.
Bcatiae they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Opticians and
Jewelara. Made by SPENCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
'sYi 1 ij I . every country town, to takes
permanent local agency" for tho sale of our let,
eotfeca, etc ,,tn package, to consumers. This sgen
rv require no peddling and but s moderate amount
of o'tcitliig. and if properly managed wiij pay
Irom J.'i to IMkhi per tear. Particulars free.
I'aoei.ss Txa t u V. 6. Hix t. Lofct. Mo.
U AOIEUIII AflllllT All Itff .ilAlT.
This well-known preparation It hlphly revmimBi!sl
lor Dysppatia. llesMlswrh, Mriitwsa t lha
SMaaarta, snd M rmpliniasrlsi:i( Irom Aridity,
HUloaaaraa, and Hulnrial t'ercn. Il cuul
the blood and regulate in Il U S hrom
nedieio for cbiUlren. frrr.4 by A. RU,KB4
aVINH, CbainiaU, 2-1 Bleeektr eucl, Kaw Tort,
tapsrior to Vlneral Waters, Beidlits PetHsra, ts
fOlt KAJLK Ut All. IlklWUTi
NEW A UV ERTISEM ENTS.
J)J 1 riiri17" OKtiANS. 17 Stops 5 Set
tiriA I I 1 ""Iden Tongne Heeds, only
lMJ11 1 - A $si Addn-ss Daniel V. ttestty,
Washington, N. J
I1KVISEI) NEW TKSTAM IS!
Ill', trilled. ( In aptst and Heat. SelN Ht Sight.
nW PICTORIAL JUBLES.
Agents Wanted. A. J. IIOI.MAN CO.. I'hilsda
Pat'd Der. 7. 1 8SO. !WSk.l
Uires a BrlllUit, White snd Steady
light, reqlre no tr mining, und iatf for month.
Sample i. k In cts., S wicks i'i i ts , l i wicks 7IH:l
IMliige I. iild Have three s!e. A II, and I).
Agentx wanted. Address, METAL TIP LAMP
Vtlt'K CO., "ii Cortland! St.,N. V.
I01D MEDAL AWARDED
tli A nlhnr A ow and arnu Mni
tnal Work, warruitMl Ilia twrlaod
clieApeffl, ludisptinHaliifi lo very
man,ritltlfMl "ui Hcirncsiof Isfa
or.rWitf I'reanrvaiKin ;" bnnnd in
flnnst rr.,ni-,h uoalin, mtsMd,
lel mrravinir, I nn-nrrin.
.lions, pru-s onlr tlKsnnt hs
Send Dow.Aditr.Ma 1'haIuwI Uwl.
FklflW TffVJrT V V'1 'ns'itutfior Or W II I'AH.
JUiUW laluLLI.Kk-ILNu 4Uulbaobst.ltoMua.
CIJTICl'KA PcninuiPiiily I'liros IIuinorH
of the Sculj) mill Skin.
Ciilirura remeille are fur sale by nil druggists.
Price of Cntlsiira. a inedli nl Jelly, smnll boxes, 50c;
large boxes l. culirnra Id solvent, the new blmnl
plirltler, one dollar per bottle, rutin, rs Medicinal
oilct- Soap, Cutlciirii Metilclnal Shaving
Soap. I.'ict. ; In bar fr ba bers nnd large cot-sum-i
r. ;.oi t Principal dep , WEKKS t I'OTTKH,
t'syAII mailed free on receipt of price
Have you ever KNOWN
Any person to ho seriously 111 without a weak
stomach or Inactive liver or kidneys f Ana when
Ihesi irgan are in good condition do you not find
their posaessnr enjoying good health ll Parker a
dinger Tonic alwaya regulates these Important or
gan, and never falls to mako the blood rich and
pure, and to strengthen every part of tlio system.
It has cured hundreds of despairing ItivHllils. Auk
your druggist about It.
r IS. t.11 1 1 IV