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cr the nioin y will l n lun,lo,l l-v
tlio person from whom it ww l',u;hl.
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tt ln sui"'rlln l.t.o.
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'Filially, oil..- ol li.ciil noil, il ,li I !.r l iiii'K,
"What w!l our wives when wj
"Let lln hi say wli.il (liny want in.
MillC ill tl'II IKO to go i) (,' Illi.M'llicf',"
responded No. :.
"I'll tell mi wlillt no v ill iln, Let us
nict't Ihm'i) hgain initio morning, and tell
our oxperioii, es. Let the (!, who has
refused to do what l.is wife told liim to
when he M-ot lioinc jiay foi tliisi'veuiii's
'Thai's tt e-oiiil iilca. Wo will uree
to that." So the ).arly lifoke up, ami
went to their resjieetivo liom.'s.
Next inoniin they met at the ;ip
pointeil place, and bcan to toll tlicir
Said No. 1:
"When I opened the door my wifo
wn awake. She said: 'A pretty time,
of lii'lit for you to lm coining homo.
You had hotter fro nut, mid sleeji in tlio
jiiir-pen, for tlmt'b w hat you will conn.' to
winner or later, anyhow."' Katlier than
fiiv fur all we had drank last nilit, I
d'n what .slits told inc. to. That let's 1110
N". 'J cleared his throat and said:
"When I e;nt home I stiinihled on a
chair, and my wife called: There you
are n;;aiii, you old drunken limits! You
hud heller wake, tip tlio children, and
taer ahout the room for it while, so
they can see what a drunken hrute of a
father they ttiv alllii ted wilh.' I thought
tlio host tiling 1 could do under the cir
cumstances was to obey; so I woke up
tlio children, and Majored around un
til my wife hinted tome to top. Mm
used a chair in cmivcyinlhe hint. That
let'n nit; out."
No. 3 spoke up and said:
'l hlippciicd In Muinliie over the pan
of douli, mid my wife said, 'Drunk
brr'ui! Hadn't uu Inkier hit down in
that tlonnh?' So I Mit down in it, nml
tlmt lets me ut,"
No. 4 Mlid:
T was hunniiiii"; a tune, mid mvwifu
rulled tint. 'There you are tiain!
Hadn't jou hetter .ive us a concert':" I
sunt, it sutily,' and heyan to hiiijj tw
loud li I eiinld, Mio Inld me IiihTo),
or Hhewuutd II, row snuieihin;; at me; so
I Mopped. Thai let's me out."
No. f looked veiy di,eoiiM,late. He
"I led.nn 1 11 have to pay. My wife
told Hie to tin something i, of vntl
voiild have done, if you hud heen in'mv
"Whnl wax it?"
"Mie said. -So you t.hoii-ht Mil would
eoine home at last! Now, hadn't n,i
Itelter , , w,., ,,,,,, (U-u-k (i
rotlilt! of 1,1)1 I.elM.I U aler jil t In a,nll-
is i your siniuaeliV 'l h:,t nmrethau
I had hari.'Mii ,. for; w. ii'N my fni-r-
111. J HUH "di,.,
It hai heen proved l,v Id rr A. Miint,
Mid fit he, thai tl,e sillwlitiitinn ,,f riinio
for onlt in feeding hoi, ,, has heen aU
tciidtjtl with very naii .laetory n siiliM.
If you r hiliotnt, (nkt! Dr. I'itice'b
I'lewiuiit rurtivo lVllntH," the tui-inul
"Llttlo Liver IMIn." Of all di uibU?
BV Cl.Alil'.Nf'K M. noi'TEU.B.
Tho wiltl winds of March were racing
outside an though in a hist Htron' cllort
ti assert the Kiipreniiicy of winter wan
ing and dyin winter over tlio world
anil year. Within, tho thick curtains
shut out to poverty ami storm of exist
ence, ami shut in its luxury ami culm.
If the two vouii'r men who stood by tho
cheerful lire moved n little closer to it
as the wind siug its wild smi in n little
louder tone than u moment lief ore, it
was not for added warmth. There was
already all the tlilTcrenco between with
in and' without that there is between us
and the antipodes. Tho feet moved
nearer tho hearth, and the hands were
stretched out to the grateful hla.o in a
sort of natural and instinctive hnmufro
to tho power of untamed nature which
was lining unavailing battle with shut
ters and whitlows.
Charlie Oswald and John Fane looked
contented. A strong contrast of com
fort with 1 1 1 i iiupossihlo to-us but mi fir-at-hnnd-for-soiut'-one-clsc
apt to make us happy, and hoinjj hap
py us a habit leaves content written on
u' man's faee. It lin ks in his youiifj;
smile, ami will prow deep down into
his old wrinkles as the years ) on.-
And Charlie Oswald and John Fane,
contented and happy by habit, had a
pind history written in the ynun;sniilcs
on their faces; the yniin smiles that
had not furrowed the muscles, yet with
the lines that tell of Heeling time.
These two men had reason to he hap
py. Money is a frond thin, when well
used, and each had enough of it, and
had the wisdom to Use it well, (innd
looks, fair talents, liberal culture; good
habits, good reputations, warm friends;
they had II these. What fortune, and
education had done for them hud made
them strong men. What they had to
do for themsohes they did as strong
men do things. Neither was an egotist,
yet caeh had a deep-rooted ami far
reaching bolicf in his powers. The shal
low mind broods on what it can do; tho
deep one remembers what it has done.
Neither of these men could he. called
shallow. They would have wondered
at failure. Neither had ever failed.
Hut neither Charlie Oswald mr John
Fane could be thought of as a great
man. They were only evenly balanced
men, full of bodily ami mental vigor,
t pes of the best American manhood.
They were workers. Charlie Oswald
painted more pictures than ho sold, if
truth must he tnhl; ami John Fane read
law-a great ileal more than he practic
l!iit they were not working to-night.
There would be for them to-night no
weightier arguments than those to be
gleaned finiiilhe pages of tho daily
newspapers, and no nmre lasting pic
tures than those done in one neutra' tint
which the imaginative mind ci n imm
from eiirar smoke.
In fact, these two snmrivhat remark
able young men were about to smoke
and read the evening papers.
"U hat a tremendously overgrown
thing a newspaper is getting to he!"
Said Oswald. "One has to wade through
so much for the lit lie ho wants. I
doubt if it is a sign of improvement
after all- this gcltinir higher and hi"
gor." "Well, what would you spare? The
news from Washington, nndyou a strong
party man? Stock reports, with half
your fortune in stocks? Literature? Art?
Ami those of your friends who are dis
posed to make light of bachelor candi
tlatts for promotion to higher joys,
would certainly say society news?"
Quietly looking to the emphasis driv
en to the last ipieslion, Oswald said.
"Of course I want, all this, but there
is lots of trash I don't want."
"Some one does."
"Itnt it. niielit. Iirt inmli liriefnf nun.
Yes it might be done, its true. Ihit
can we, as men interested in the whole
busy world, all going on toward one
common goal, say of a single item t hat
it lias no interest for us? '
"Perhaps not in the .sense in which
you put it. But in a Hellish, personal
sense there is half the paper that has no
interest whatever for me."
"Will you try an experiment?" asked
"Yes; what is it?"
"Turn awav from the stock reports,
the news from Washington, the reviews,
and all that. Open to the iiajro which
deals with little things, local and other
wise; shut your eyes put your finger at
random on the page, and I'll road the
"All right; I'll strike something un
interesting at once."
Oswald pointed, and Fane road,
"Among the many ladies present at
tho Charity Ball last evening was Miss
"The mischief !" said Oswald. "I
wonder who she went with? I fancied
tshe tlid not return to the city until to
night. I should have called, had I only
"An interesting item, already too
much condensed," commented Fane,
Fano reatl next,
"Captain Drantnu arrived in the city
"Utj llirtt'd a year ago with Miss
Blanche desperately, they say. Would
you like to know whether they came on
the train together? Would yon care if he
came neiore or utter the Charity Ball?
And poor Oswald could hut answer
Again Oswald pointed ami Fane
"The liiiest painting at tho exhibi
tion of the Amateur's Fine Art Club,
is, in our opinion, a little water color
sketch called A Kooky Mountain Au
tumn." They might have added my name,"
"A gentleman was'oriously injured
by a full on the ice near the First Na
tional Bank to-day," road Fane, and
added, "Not very'pioini.sing, that, but
it's only one out of four.
"I'll bo honest," said Oswald; "the
old gentleman is a friend I've known
"if you hadn't known It, would tho
Item suggest anything to you?"
"Wouldn't you like itnioredeliniteP"
"Well, the name would settle il all;
if they would put in tho name, onn
could investigate nny necessary cases."
"You agree- well.naid Fane. "I am
half iucliuoti to think you KhuuM havo
DAILY CAIRO HUMJSTIN: KHIDAY MOUNINtl,
read law. I doubt if you will liml blind
ly one single item in which you have not
n deep personal Interest."
"I will with my eyes open, thou."
"I doubt it. It will be the case of tho
old gentleman on the Ice again. Investi
gation will show a connection."
"Well, here goes," was Oswald's ans
wer. "I havo my eyes wide open now,
nml I Hud this:" anil he read:
"Jacob Small fell dead in the street
lute this after m.'"
"Well?" said Fane.
"Well, I never heard of any Small,
and much less of any Jacob Small."
"Would you liko to know what ailed
"Have you any curiosity as to his
"Not the sli'dilosL"
"Will you investigate the case to pleaso
"I haven't the time to fool nwnv.
toll you 1 never heard of Jacob Small
before, and, while I fool for the relatives
left behind in such a case, I never euro
to hoar of him again.
Blanche Coiirtonav listened to tho
S'line mild wild wind that. IiimiI. tufilrw
the window of the room which held tin
two friends, Oswald ami Fane, and she
wondered, as she stood with her hand
some and tender face pressed against
the pane, it one good, brave, strong am
true man could know that her loving
eyes were turned toward bun that night,
even though houses and squares and
streets, with tho wild, herce night, lay
between. It almost seemed to her as
though the wind must carry the music
of her heart beats.
How happy she was! What a .solemn
anthem the night seemed singing to her
soul! lor she had found this letter
waiting for her on her return to tho
"Ik u Miss CiintTt v it :-I mn tun much In
Prime! 1. 1 wait Imim r lii'lore telliti , vmi what
Vint must li.oe seen iilii iely. I luieynu. Will
run eniiie In my lii'iin' as my Inveil wife? 1
ilnii'l think f it 1 1 I" iir 'Nu.' If Jim can love
me a little, write and tell me si., ll t i t , remain
silent; let my li tier lie tiliiinsw en-il.
And this proud woman was saving
over to herself the sweet words, which
she knew by heart, with which she had
placed her whole life m this man skeep
ing. The dainty missive had boon sent
cii iriKU in.
Charlie Oswald and John Fano had
their parlor in eninmon. Their sloep-
it.- r.uiln iilmle kt'iir ivi'I'ii tievt !leli
oilier, and half the time the two friends
spent their nights together. Their
rooms were no more in common than
I heir I liiiim hi s I lii.ii leit n iv their err
secrets. John Fane, engaged to Viola,
Coiiitenav, hoped with the whole earn
estness of his nature that her sister
Blanche might be won by his best,
A week after the time when wo first
saw the two friends together, John Fano
came home rather late. The evening
paper was just inside the door. He
stopped under the gaslight to read tho
hcud-lines, and to glance at the local
items. Among the latter he read this:
"Our readers may remember reading
of tho sudden ileal h of Jacob Small a
wtek ago. Jacob Small was an employe
of the post olliee, one of whose duties
was the collection of letters from the
it root boxes. Inquiries having been
made regarding letters sent and not de
livered, it has been determined that he
had a large tpianiiiy of mail in his pn.
session when be feli dead on the street,
and that those who took charge of his
body have entirely overlooked it unlil
their attention was called to it by the
authorities appointed to investigate tho
matter. The letters have all been for
warded, and will reach their owners be
fore they road these lines."
"I must show Charlie how important
Jacob Small has become," muttered
Fane, us he walked down to the table.
He opened his eyosa little wider than
usual, and whistled softly as he picked
1 1 2 a letter addressed to Charlie Oswald,
unopened as yet. in tho well known
writing of I'llant he Courtenay, ami 011
dorsoir "Detained one week by acci
dent." Near it lay u letter to 'himself
in his friend's handwriting. Ilcopcncd
it carelessly tho last time he eyeropeu
ed a letter carelessly in all his life - and
"IM'.AII Oui.Ioiin; I'nivlvrme. Toll all my
frleiiils to IniyKe me. I Inveil her so. I was
w sure nl her love In return. I linve wnilcla
week fur her answer. I went lo her IiijkcIIin
liltcriHii.n, ami heanl her tell Hi" mud In p,iv
Hhe wits nut at home to 'Mi . t IhwmIiI.' I iniulil
have lived without her lui e - 1 would have
tried to ami to have lived nolily. Hut with her
Mi'orn or lutle, I i iiniiul.
'J''nr I he last tune, t 'li Altl.lc."
Pity tho man who had to go up to his
dead friend with that Idler I'roin Bhmc.ho
In one hand and die paper la the other!
ni a itmi iv.
Blanche Courtenay will livn nnd die
Bhinehe Courtenay. Aunt Blanche is
dearly loved by the little Fanes, with
whoso parents her life is passed, ami
she tries to make them take the place of
tho little ones who might haveeallod her
Blanche Courtenay and Viola Fane
have no seerets from each other, and so
John Fano has one secret from his wife,
The time may come when it will bo
more merciful to tell Blanche that she
sent the truest, lover woman ever had
from her door to a suicide's grave, than
to lot her believe that she was the
blameless victim of a shameless llirt,
whose death had no connection with her
whatever, but that time hat not come
Mother and aunt have taught tho lit
tle ones to join them in laughing at one
of papa's tpiecr notions. The " keenly
enjoy ronms ami sports with t heir grave
father, Judge Fane now. But the smile
at this joko is always a sad one; It ro.
minds one of tours; and dcspji,, tb
Jokes, John Fano always reads his pa
per through with the most enieicicn.
cuius cure. And he always will.
The loenmoiivcs on ..,,, Kiissinn r..ii.
roads are healed will, mnj, KhJ
"hu h S Intro, uend into the te ! H't;
eo.nesfrom tho wells, M, n n . , tha
m esent tune no accidents imVl rp' ' ,, JJJ
from its uo. The vessels on .. 2
pian Sea are nlso healed with this lin. Vrf
combustible, and the Vni is s'lld il i
only half us groat us Unit 0f coul
During the tt?n months from July,
insd, to April M, 1882, tho interior mills
of California sent 2,7.rjO,'J7.'l tpiarter
sacks of (lour to San Francisco, and the
farmer of ( alifornia sent IS, t07,.rM
centals of wheat, 1 his is a largcniuan
lily of Hour than was ever received al
Sun Fraiieisoodiiring any corresponding
period, showing great "aolivity on tho
pan ol tlio country mills, all of wlueji
urn believed to helloing well. Thoso
mills are scattered nil over the interior,
the more prominent ones being at VnV
lojo, Sacramento, and Stockton. Sonus
of these mills till large orders for ex
iitirt, Adding tin Hour thus received to
tho wheat deliveries gives a total of 20,
I7.I71 centals, or upwaidsof 1,1X10,000
short tons, the largest tpianiiiy received
in any ten months in the history of ban
Francisco. Tim shipments of wheat ami
Hour for the ton months ending April
;0. ls.s-.', wore eiiuivalent to l,o.r,27u
tons, against (il.V,l() tons for the same
time in ISMii 'Mi, and W.ti.tiHi tons for
the same tune in 18711 - 80.
Some extensive shipments of young
shad and herring were recently niado by
the lish commission from Washington.
One million shad ami two million her
ring were sent to Austin, Tex., where
thev were placed in the Colorado river;
liiMi.OiM) shad to Kannvillo, Va., to stock
the waters of the Appomattox; :ttiii,ooo
to South Carolina; lino, onn n the K;q
pahaniinck river, ami .'iOo.ono to the ui
per Potomac, at Harper's Ferry. The
young lish were transported in closed
tin pails, eatdt holding from 2,000 to 2,
JiOO lish. The (jtiaiitico fishery, which
has just boon discontinued, the shad
having moved further up the river, net
ted alone over II.OOIi.ihki .shad and 60,-
(mhi.ihki herring. The Fish Hawk, tho
government vessel .stationed nttjiianti
co, under the command of ('apt. Tan
ner, goes to the Snsipiehanmi llshery,
just below Havre tie (irace. Tp to the
present time there Imve been shipped
this year and deposited about H,000,ikk)
shad. The work of the entire season
will probably embrace the distribution
of nearly Kiijinn.nno shad and countless
millions of herrings.
The Buenos Ayrcs . ruhl in a recent
number says a word on behalf of the
Argentine republic as a field where the
siirphu population and tho unoccupied
capital of Kurope may readily find a
happy and prosperous habitation and
prohtablo investment. There are lands,
it says, tif untold extent within two hun
dred or three hundred miles of the oajt
iliil, which reiptiiv no preparatory work;
they are already cleared and ready for
grazing through the entire year; they
reipiiiv no barns fur the storage of hay,
ami these lands can he had at the rate
of Is. an Knglish acre. Railway exten
sions are progressing, and "there is no
nmre danger to poison and property
than in any other young country."
Then the "climate is matchless," and
the people are "hospilabb',geiierus, and
impulsive in their welcome to all peace
The preliminary surveys for the pro
posed reclamation nf tho Zuydcr Zee
have been lilli-hed, a d the work of
building the tvalN w ill soon begin. A
dike about 2U miles in length will be
constructed of sand and faced with clay,
reaching Di feet above the level of the
sea, which will make it about feet
above llm highest ii e, Tho thickness
of the dike will be 'h h as to enable it
to resist ibe heaviest seas. Operations
will begin at four different points, ami
the calculation is to have it completed j
iu from seven to ten years, at a cost of
The Spanish government, urged by
the scarcity of w heat in .nuthcrti Spain,
has issued a iiieiiiorandinn setting fnrtb
the high prices of grain in the districts
mod all'eetcd, ttiid sliintiliit ing Hunga
rian exporters to pay attention to this
outlet for their products.
It is staled that, the railroad freight
rate tin California wool, from San Fran
cisco to Boston, is 2 cents per pound;
while the same railroads contract to
hi ing wools from Aiisl ralia to Bodnn,
via San Francisco,' for 2 cents u pound.
It is now stated that the stalks of the
cot inn plant can be converted int.j val
uable slnck loud bv cutting them into
siirdl piece.-, or grinding them.
T!;7 Model Beaton,
Josi.'.h II Hat wood. Sevlim nf tl,,.
Chimb of lie- I'liitv. I'.nstnli. hni rn.
coldly celebrated his silver weddiii".
4 . . . .1 . M
ouiong me incideiiis c the festive, oc
casion was tho reading of a loiter from
Key. M. J. Savage, his pnstm, in which
ue sani :
"I propn-.o, therefore enlirolv for
your own good tosuge.,1 a few faults.
If you can only manage to cure the-e,
Vnll will hnvii Iiecnlix, llm i . I . . 1 m,o,,,,
and you can ooiumaiul a salary of ld,-
o"u a year, or perhaps enrn uuuo than
that bv travt'limr With P.:n mm, iu tho
greatest curiosity of the nge. The faults
i annuo io are sin It its these:
"I. You have not yet learned how to
make the church hot. nnd cool at the
same tune. 1 on must learn how to
have one. pew mark 7') degrees Fahren
licit, while th next one to it is down to
a point whore it would bo i i 1 1 1 f i n l m 1 il
for an Kskinu).
2. You do lint seem lo knnu linvv In
have a free circulation, a plenty of fresh
air, nml yet not havo any draft any
where. Von innut. itii-niit unlink tim i
. .. . r.. film ,. ,
make all the drafts skip the pews wliero
,-i,.. i :.. ...i i ..i i i.ii . i ,.
u mum ii, mm imiii-ucanon people su.
"it. You have not vet, neouireil tlm
art of having tho church Hooded with
light while all the blinds are shut at tlm
same time. This should bo allended to
at. once, nnd you should not oiler any
such mor excuse itsthnt it is Impossi
ble. To a sexton not hinrr should bo im
"I. I oil must, find nut, some wnv of
giving everybody tho best Heat, rioht
iu the center of tho house, no iiiultcr
wneiiier the pews aro ulreudy full or
".I. You must learn how to Ml all tho
lil'WR Willi Slrnmritrs without innL-imr
anybody 'mad' about it, and at tlio
same time have plenty of room left for
regular pew holders.
(), Alld. f I II tt V. von will mim-iii) vnnr
leisure time ill luveliliinr a nnteiil church
that shall bo just warm enough and nut
too warm; tint too draughty, but with
just draught enough; when' all the poo
pie, whatever their mental, moral or
physical condition, will be perfectly
comfortable: and - erownimr iicliievn.
nient of all - that shall lmvo all the seats
in the mid, lie.
What Is a nexton for. anvhnw. If hn
can't pleusu everybody at the same
JULY II, wss.
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feet s itisfaction, or money rcliinded. price
2.' cents pur box. For s du by Utu, K
Ill (iooil Spirits.
T. Walker, Cleveland, ),, writes: "per
die last twelve months 1 have Ullleicd Willi
llllnbao Hlel g tiersl debility. I Colli
Hi, m i: I taking Bui, lock Blood Blttets Hhout
six wochs age, tool now have i;teat pi, us
lire in sl.iliug Hi ,t I have reeVTrod my ap
petite, my ci nip cxioii bus grown iiiuly,
ui, I led 'belter iiltogetlier.'' Puce $1 O't.
Paul (i. Sclnili, A yoni.
(ietitly Boos It.
F.uene Cro.sjj, ,Svan Siivtt, Bull'iln,
wine-: "1 Imc used Spring Blohsoiu for
d) pi ;,: i and indigestion, and h ive hnmd
It to ad nliiiiraldy as it g, litic Jiierictlt and
blood ptllilh-r. 1 coiisoli l it Ulteiplulcd ;
'you me nt libi ity to use my name as a
rel'i rence' " Price .'(il toils, tiitd hollies
Id 1 1 lit.. Paul (1. St huh, Agent.
A Cough. I old or Sore I liiout
f lio'ild be stopped. Acglcft tretplelili tc
stliU Mi an luclliiililc J. ung disease or oh-
i uiii (itimi. Biown's iiinni liiiil Tok Ihh do
not disorder tint tdotnacli like coii;.'!i Mteps
and balsams, but lid illici tly on the nil! iln
cd parts, allaying iriitsti'Mi, gue relief in
As'liina. lii'uiii lutis, Cniigli.-, t.itunli, and
the Tliro-t 'I'lutiblis which Singcis and
Public Spiakns are bubirrt w. For thirty
years liiown'i, Bronchial Troches Imve been
recommended by physician, and alAayp
give pcitett KiMstactioii. Having I'ccti
tested by wide arid constant tire t',,r nearly
tin entire gent-ration, they h ,ie attained
W i.'ll uicl lit d lank i.lnong tli'' lew slnph
rcfhcibes o the nge. .Void Ml '.'" ti Ills H
To regulate the liver, htmn u h, nnd bow-
Is all you need is "Sellers' I. ivt r Pills."
l ake them and sec.
"Li.SDsKCm lil.o UiSK.MU lll-.li" the front
medicine for fever and nytje, malHiii, aud all
blood poison. Don t tail to use it.
Tin; Voi.nic I.'ki.t Co., M .-. rshall, Mich.,
vill send Dr. Dyes Cch briti ,1 Klectm Yol -aic
Bells mid Flu trie Appliance on trial
for thllty diiys lo no u (young or old) who
tire alllietcd with Ntrv-uis Debility,
Vitality and M iiibood, and kindled troubles,
guiminti t ing speedy nnd ci'ioplete restora
tion ot health and manly vigor. Addons
ms nl ove. N. B. -No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
"How do you m inage," i-aid a lady to'
her Irielid, "to appear so happy nil the
lime f" "I always have Parker's (finger
Tone handy," was the reply," and thus
keep my hull' nnd family in good health.
Whi n I am well 1 always feel good iiatured.
See otht r column.
Tiik host that the market nlloids is what
you always got at the (iraiid Central hotel,
Gn7 Broadway, New York city, and at the
low price of :W and :!.(!( per day for
In uird find room. Don't lorgct this when
you visit (Jntliiiin. L'uo rooms on Fiiropean
plan at $1.01) nnd upwaids per day, also a
good restaurant attached.
The nest and t licnp, st cur starter is sold
by Borden, Schi ck it Co., St. Louis, Mo,
With il one man can move n loaded car. (ii)
A HOOD BAKiiAIN
Will bo given some cnterpriseing man
in Tn K in i.i. ktin Building, which is now
olleted for Kile (ill easy tellil, ollg time
and low rate id' interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
lilty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The properly rons'ists ol 4 lots, nnd two
brick buildings - a three story -Kl.x.iO and a
two stoiy l(i x ( .. H is a fron'age of fiO
teeton Washington itvuuie nnd 1 hi) feet on
12lh street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, im, in the 2 story building
w ill be sold with it. For particulars ad
drehH this olliee, or Joi n II (Poorly, Bloom
(lo to Paul (J, Hchuh lor Mrs. FrtatmanV
New National Dyes. For hrightnesR nnd
durability of color are tiiii'tpialod. Colm
from 2 to 5 pounds. DircctimiH in Knglisl
uml (iennar.. Piit t: lrut iits
i' 1 1
BEFORE AND AFTER 1
Electric Appliance nre fnt on 30 Days' trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
f llo ri mifrnrlnu frimi Nimvotn, Iimiiii.itv,
V l.T Vitai.itv, T.cu or Nkiiv Kohck ahii
Vimin, Wmtinii WMKNKmi, unit nil tlinno illHcnM
ft is l'KHnHAI, Natchm rrnultlnK f i diii Aneaitii nnd
Otiihii i'ai'hr. Simwly n-llel nfir rompli'to ronlu.
rnllnnnf Uhai.tiI.VI'M'R am, I MNM,,cMI,tAluKTr.ni.
Tnc vmnOiHit itlsifiry of thn Nlnitnth CVnliiry.
rVnd nt on, for llluplriiWd l'nm,lili'l froa. Adilnx
V01TAI0 HIT CO., MAmHAll, MICH.
. m. UK. J ML
V'.- s nm h? ly.
Chills and Fever.
Klin run im I.Ivor It, ma
uler in, in hrvuliR Ii o
iIiiIIm Hiul riiirlim tlm
fi ver out nl tlm i,.vt, in.
Il ciiroii w In n uli utluT
loin, iluri full.
S ck lleiiiliiclio.
F r I ho ridlnf ui.tl euro
ol Hon illHtrmsliiK iIIk-I'lii,-
lift' Sniiniiiiii, Liv
er l: gnlntur.
Tin' II' Itidslur will liofllivvly i tin' lids k.rlblo
iIIki uni', W ! iihhi ri i iniliat,i ully Hlint o kiluw to
( '( ). ST II ATI ON!
cliuiilil nu I ho ivl'ioiI, ,1 a IiiiIiiiu nihiioiit. Nu
lure iIi'IiiiiiiiIh tin, iilinoM r,uulnl.v of llm IiiiaoIh,
Tlieri'fiiro uss'Ht riiOiro I'V liilvlnu Sliiiliiniia l.lvrr
Hi'uuliitiir. It i hieiiih rK, mild uml i Ilia laid.
Olio nr Iwii til.c n fill will relli ie nil thn
lr.,nlil,: liii lilcnt i, u hilinim i-ihIo, pii, Ii nu Nitliri'tt
liizxIiii'Hii, UruHHliii Hi,, lili.iriin' ullot t-Hliiii!. Ml
lor hiul lion. In I In, in, mil,.
MAUMv I A.
J'lTKiitif) may ovnld iim,Ch hv (u i iirliumlly
tiiklni; n ilnn, of hliiiinoiii j (V(ir (, , . . k '
tlu- liv. r in lieallhym ii,,,,. ' k""""r "k,ll'
MA I UliKATJI!
i',.ico,llvH.iI,l. fr illHOnl, .tntniwh. r,,
lie lime, ii il hv luklim HIiiiiiioiih i.v,.r KcuuUi.ir
NlniiiHim l.lver I.'i'niilnl r ronn erndli titt-H 0,1k di.
I'liliilreti mull ti,v wilh colic Kuiiii i xi.i rli'iici. ro.
u,'l wlioii Miiiiiiui,. i.h.r Kt'miimiir m i,iiiiii,iHter
i'il. Ailii tn uIhii iioilvo irri ut bun lli from tliln
Hi','! v 11 ,"d'l-7"t; It l l,..lL-,.
aiul i lh , tiv , purely vi , ul,l i.
MUDDKU V KIl)Ni;V'
MnM (,r Ii,- ili.oi,,. . . lumPh r riuii,Btr f,,n
thud- ul i In- Vlilli, ). IC-sii.M- tin, mli, n ,,f tie
luer full) anil l.iilh the kulm') utul hlmiili r will
jr"'rlii- only Do- ii'i.illiio, vthtcli nUuyp ,
llio lil.., r the ml . trail,- neirk mi, I ij IiaUir' ul
J.l I.ZDI LIN iV ( ().,
l et mlo h) nil illiicu-in.
Ifjuu irnfli-; from ! fi.;, urn-
uc M'oi k pi.t'Cp mi m:m.
If jou no iiiltlrn-il witli liilioiu-ni-M. ion-
, t:t itiMK k in tail) iiirrnus,
llj-.a tic ,r..nntiil ltti rlrlt l.ni'm to, tnki
i'-t'K;i'( k 1 1 i.id' r-iiTKiis
If y.nir lii.wo'in tie liUnrdi-r, rt n tuUl.- I l.-in ih
lit lit Ol K Id.Ot.H l'.IITKItS.
If ) ,nr hliiMil In IniMiro, yhr!y It villi
I'.I KIioi K lil.Ooi) III PI KHS
K ymi tisvr Indimtloii, yon will ti ll mi ni;iiiluti' in
IU liDiK K hl.oiilt ei i rKK..
Ilynil r.j trniihli-d uli nlei' ri.iiil iiik, rrmll
lento ll.iin with 111 UDtjfK I'.l.ooli liriTEKS.
II ymir livi r l tnrj.iil n-Horo tt to Iu hIUiv ic ilnn
wot Jlfhlioi K Ill.ti(d) Id I'TKHS,
If viiitr livur Ii ulln ii-il yen will liinl it rliuro o iur
Hivo in l'.l CIKil h Id.oti ) illlTKIiS.
If ) mi ImTo tny n'f!i of l iitiiiir ur ,in,i'o, fall
not o tnki) lll'KIHii.'K liMmf) IllTrKKS,
If v, il l.nvo ny iillii,t..rii ,.f iilciir nr n-rnfulou
,,r , a curmivi' n-nu-ily will hi' fnaiei In
IH Klioi'K HI.iiOI) III i'i'KKS,
Kor liiii.utiii? Htri'iurth nml vitality lo tlio rvitein,
notl.iii cnr eijiinl HL'l(lo( K III.OOO ill TIKHs..
Fur Nervoui, ami tii a. rnl Ih'hlliiy. tmiv up ttj
Vfti'tn with 111 It lln K 1. 1. Old) III I I KKH
J'hii r ft rtii imm i: ; Tli a i. I'.nrn.r.i", likts,
POM Ki;, .MILIU JtN & CO., Piop'is,
Bl'KKAI.O, N. Y.
TornHlehy I'AII.t; Sell I II. (Jl
TllVO'lern .f Hlnnll nli, I oir.tiiiiu
S J iiiiii iinth io Imuiii, rriivihtoiirf and
ij Unoka ill; f nil v pnito-tiil l,,i iimi-t
IWfStA W f'-toiihivi'ioi,! iiiiiii-iilii,i,iii r ituri,
lur h nor oi.f ul, lul.y tried nH e
tifrir,An t'O'l'sli'sl I'lc.il. Try It. ii, ! M.rtt
WMLA1 eiit wo. i iv i ii i.ii'iiiih riiidiiioiitii-
Iv. Son, I ul oiii-i, lur I'dihiiiiilnnr
irouhiri nml imst rifinnt, hike,
1 nvi.leinl., oiiiilijni uii; ,ii8tliii ti,on
limlit In, cm tliiK fun, I iai7l per
riluoii A I. Ii ..-h I I I'llMI Nf; X-
f-TOs., Ml ICi:iAl,IH i Ua I.uS.llo
STOCKS "'' '" , ,
Mi W i. wimt a livnl urtont In
evorv inwn. Jlxcollent lteluriv.
Illollt-I lllMsl j ill v to u ronlKIIIHl-
l,lo, i uti ij,iU,i,,t,' muu, Wnio tot
ryEN no i ' iv i vv.urn,
AJI K NT roll Til It sA I B HV
Til K liKMINK
ItAXTI' li Hi KA.M KMilN'E
Cull'tJ Kifc KiikUu'
nml Marine Engines
f,N(iINF.S A SI'KCMI.TY.
FAKM KNUINKS, 51 At HINIS'IV
ST H AM I'll MPS
OF ALL KINDS, liKLI INti,
PnlleyH nnd (Iciieial Siiii!its.
Ko, Ml, North Tlilnl Stna-t,
linii'i i. Uiidui. .M.ia-
lira! e, Kiillini-i.i, nm)
inanvof tho licit liitcti
clni'l fcnnvn me cdiii
Tonic, into n tiicliciuc
of Hi, n vat lei power, m
IH lu ll ll it llm urulL-tl
THo'il runlior nad ilia
Kent, in r l ii'rl nr-,1.
It cun t Klicuiiiiilisin,
n i I. . 53leeilcnMir, it tlueanis
Ha r Balsam fe'r''
ih. hl ci..m.i. tnd ''"y."!, .Cinetr l.cnceii
Mn bonraili'tl llltlr lmk and bilier lonici. U il
int. N.mriul. ui mioratU neverlntnsictitea. llucox
unu - -r. . i -hem .it. N. V.