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Elootrical Phenomonou with aa Italian,
Tho opcralor at In h oani-lMtiom chair,
Clean was bin faoi, and partt-d hi hnlr
In the middle.
Now and anon bo am Hod very swet-t,
As eonm younir lady bis vialnn would Rrc-ot;
And a big Italian wm out on the struct,
He played all the airs that be ever know,
Home tbHt were aiii'liMit-und thou a few
Tbnl werii oldor;
Rut thn operator's heart was cold us stone;
It couldn't bo rciK'hi'd with a bin ryclone.
He thought of not hlnu but liiins,f alono;
And thn Ituliangrow holder.
L'p to the window tho Italian went.
And over the will he trt-arrfuily l.nt,
A brlvht fantasia piiivlnir.
Little dreamed ho nf the terrible tato
That under tho tattle was I vmtr 1" wait
Two email wires wblob ran to a plate
On which two coins wore luylnsr
Then there came an unearthly veil,
As on the sidewalk the Italian full,
Dyln? a seeond after.
' Hut tbe operator at In hlseane-bottouiehalr,
(Jently bruvblnir his flaxen hair;
Looking at spaoe with a vanant stare,
While Iwaaponvulsod with laughter.
A Bonnet to Oacar Wilde.
("CHear Wilde Is about to go lo Japan."
As from our slht tb sunflower fades awar.
Succumbing lo the autumn's chilly blast,
Its eurorunr reign Is o'er, Its glory past;
Like symbol of thy soft aesthetic sway,
Bo dost tbou, long-haired Oscar, tuko thr
Far o'er the wide Pacific's placid seas.
To thy moat favored tribe, tho Japanese,
Whilst wore bereft of thy tout bet (o sight.
Parewoll. apostle nf tbe Greek antique.
Harbinger of curtailed pent atrul of long
Idol of maidens languichlng and lank;
Go hence. In other climes you niiit seek
To plant your cra; for hero and t verywbere,
ou will be kuown as "iheaethotle crank."
HE FAILED TO WIN.
Steve Landor hail reruivod s letter nnl
it was from his mother.
Where the hot dusty roail led through
a furlong of cool ahmly wood, lie punned
to reml it, sheltered by the sptfadin
branches of a noble century oak, and
there wu a decided frown on liis (rood
looking face aa he folded the missive
impatiently and transferred it to hi
When Is thee coming home, Pt-phn?" ah
bad asked but It was not that direct ijiiesfmn
that bad caused him surb evident Hnuoyaix-e.
"Thee knows that I am but pom company for
little Lotty." she had added. "Htid It Is hardly
cavaller-like lu thee to leave bur to her own
device wbeu she so kindly conented to visit
us. Another reason : others lcld- thyself
have found out that she Is fair. As for this
Mim Wliubrop, I fear that she would make ton
learned a wife for thee. Leity is a perfect In
tie bouse-tulstres, and would make thee a
sweet and comely partner for life. Kerm mhor
that others have found out tho whi n-alvnits
of our treasure, aod do not complain lu after
time tbat 1 did not warn tlw- In season.
"THY MoTH KM."
"Pshaw!" muttered fetevo, switching
off tho heads of tho iuoffetiMVK yellow
dandelions with the tip of his Mender
cane; "one would positively think, by
the way mother write, that then." wasn't
another girl in the world like Lotty.
Not that sho in't jfetty cnuui l'ittln
thirj. and her 'housewifery,' at the wo
men folks call it, beyond tit'tin; but
a man dtK'nn't alwavs waul to imirry a
woman because she's a j;ood cook. At
any rate, Becky Winthrop i.t worth a
dozou like her."
Now, as a diuner not prepared to the
last degree of nicetv had been know n to
throw young Mr. Stephen Landor into
such a slate oi ininu thai lie eouiii not
be beguiled into a smile for the rest of
the day, it may lxi thought (hat hi.-i con
cluding remark were a little inconsist
ent. It should also bo written that he hud
never vet mustered couracu enoiiy.li to
address Miss Winthrop by lin cln i -lian
name, not feeling exactly nsurd as to
the manner in which Ihat voinii; lady
might be inclined to receive the famili
arity. It was only in the solitude i f his
own company that he ventured to desig
nate hor as "Becky 'Wiuthrop."
Tho person last named occupied a
dainty willow rocker ou the hotel piaz
za as Steve came up the steps, a tall.
slim girl d rowed in ihopluinet-tanJ best
fittinir of dark cashui.-ro Uivrts-w, titiiali-
ed at the neck with a band nf snowy
Her hair W8 dark, nail, nilllnl over
her forehead bv the cool ocean breezes
that fairly ran riol at Ihis pretty scasid"
resorL formed a titling I'miu' for tlm
delicately cut features. Her eyes were
lanro and of a clear crey. As for the
rest, Miss Winthrop was from Boston
and wore elassos.
Eteht weeks before, Steve Landor had
nroauntod himtclf as a rniest at tho ho-
tel. just as the world of Nntiiro wns put
ting off its June robes.
A low fvor contracted the previous
spring while camping out with some
choice spirits mtbo wilds of tno Aairon.-
j i . . -. .1 i .. li :
nacks, nocoriHiiaieii, in uis opinion,
chauge of air. Houce his coming.
The tirst nmo ho went out he ran
srrainst an old acquaintance.
"How do, Stevo?" said this youth,
laconically uuttine out his hand.
"How dor' returued Stove with equal
"Know any of the poople?" he en
"No." answered Stove, with a shade
tuoro of intorest iu his muniittr. "Ait
"ell. rather, assuming an eusv air
of superiority. "Von cau nun 'em all
up In a few words. There's lots of mar
riou womon and widows, tuo?t of em
voting and pvoilv enough to care for a
uly llirtation. There are old lluhle. I In.
banker's daughters, splendid dancers
every one of them; and the Briggs
cirls, homely, with lots of tin. Then
there are livo' old dowagers, fat, tiud
more thau fortv. and Mips Winthrop,
"And what is she like?" fpu'riod
Sieve, with suppressed curioaity.
"Now, my dear boy, you have me,'
answered his frieqd, brushing the dti
from tho tip of his patcut-loathrr slum
with afl'eutionato solicitude. "She?
Well, she reads in throo languages, and
knows all about chemicals, and pocks
and things, and cau talk like a Greek
professor when nbt can button-hole any
THE D Alky
one who knows eiioiij-ii to unrtersinm.
ler. Sho h? a BoBtonian: find Hunter
heard Do Hans, tho noted guologiht, say
that her intellect would do credit to any
Hem! Shu's a spinster, then, with
corkscrew curls, and a look of general
blucness about her."
"Oh no, indeed! She is not exactlv
landsomo, but there's not a woman in
tho place who can conv her stvlo. Do.
filled air of cult urn. you knot", afidflll
that. But she has away, mtitanhnrleul.
y speaking, of sitting down suddenly
on one, Hint is anything but nleasiii!? to
fellow's vanity and, 1 say. old bov.
sho don't like men!"
'Young, cultured, and averse to male
society, summed up Steve relloctivdy.
whs-, she must be a curiosity! 1 11
make her acquaintance." And ho did.
As I have before intimated, Stephen
andor iiosses..ed more than the tvi-rnnn
share of good looks; added to which, lie
came of good old Quaker stock, had
traveled, and read a little in a desul
tory way; could sing iu a mellow tenor,
ana repeat bits of poetry in a voice
qually mimical. Moreover, he was ou
immense success with ladies, and his
irettv cousin Lutty has already fallen a
victim to his manifold charms.
Poor little thing!" he had often
thought during the lapse of his eight
weeks absence. "It's too bad to think
that I have not written to her as I prom
ised; and she has so liille company in
that slow-coach of a place. Well, she
can amu.-io herself by concoctinc some
new dish to tempt the palate, or by talk
ing loligion to the pale-faced curate till
ret home, lho idea of mot her worry
ing about her going off ai a pri, iu the
Young Mr. Landor would have held
Miss Wintlirop's worsted, but sln never
indulged in crewel-work. He would
likeK je have rend to her, but shu pre
ferred to do In r own reading. "I can
lig'.-.t the idea lienor, she liH'l lenlieil
calmly to his prufferml oiler.
Noiii'-timrs thev wandered logethorto
the beach, and n.i they watched the
treachermi white foam crawling over
lho yellow .-atids, or tho moonlight glit
tering on the snowy caps of the in rolling
waves, he would venture on one of his
favorite quotations but he never hoard
in reply the familiar verdict that had
fallen on his gratified cars ft ' 'in km many
a fair one's lio-:
"Oh. Mr. Landor, what a lovely sen
timent: Jlr.w inmiieal oti are! '
Ine;ni, Mi-s Winiiirop oild he gaz
ing lar out otur inc :.ea. with n look on
her face that he could never understand
'.mi seeing it he involuntarily f II into
Haiuliling oter the cliffs, he would
havo whispered soft noihiiigs in her ear,
but, with the clear grev eyes looking a'
him from liehind those erytal barrier,
is was a harder task than he imagined,
so he contented himself with picking up
curious stone hud rinsing his neck to
procure rare speciniHiis of wild flower
that grew among the rocks, to please
the taste of his divinity, who invariably
thanked him w ith the frank smile that
was Miis Winthrop' s greatest charm.
rev to us blind mortals, forbidden
fruit i alwsvs sweetest, and whn Steve
Landor paused on his way from the
post-office to read bis mother's letter,
lie realised that he cared very much foi
Miss Winthrop; and when he came
across her sitting in the w illow rocket,
with her dark hair all ruffled by the
coquetting breeze, he determined ti
win her, ami Uatlemd Innisn.r that it
would be. no verv ditlioult task; foi
who had ever sani nay to Stephen Liui-
"Miss Winthrop, will you take a
stroll over Hit? cliffs to Mermen -
It was a week later, and the girl, en
sconced iu a -diadv nook of the hotel pi
azza, looked up from the book she wa
reading. and rose with alacrity.
" uh pleasue, Mr. Landor, she res
ponded, "and wo will hunt fur some
more of that curious crtstal. I sent the
specimen we louint lo I rolessorue naa
and I soiiki so like another lor my own
Stove bit his lip. This was not exact
ly the reply that bfl had expected, but
beggars cannot be choosers, so ho walk
ed with her along the stony road in hi.-
inost gracious manner, and helped iiei
down the rocks, half angry at times tha'
sho d'd not Icau moro heavily on his.
protecting arm. An acute observer ol
tinman nature could easily have ecn
that Miss Winthrop was more than &uf
ticient unto herself.
There was a strip of glittering sand U
be crossed before Mermen' a Cavo could
be reached and they stood still to watch
a while sail tutu in t no
water like a
over the blue
"Mi3s Winthrop," began Steve, sud
denly taking courage now that the groj
eyes were looking out seaward, "i
brought you hero to ask you a question,
andlhojioto receive a favorable an
swer. ou havo won both my admira
tion and my love. Will you accept mt
as a suitor?' - . .
His tones were easy and assured, and
ho already isawin Imagination a glisten
ing diamond ou tho shapely hnud, his
Miss Wiuthrop removed her gaisefroui
the white sail, and fixed it ou her com
pauiou's face. "
"There is but one objection, Mr. Luu
dor," she said slowly.
"Now for some girl's whim," laughed
Steve to himself.
'I guess it is nothing that cannot m
removed," ho asserted with smiling con
"tt is this, Mr. Lnndor," she answer
d, still regarding hint with her slow
gaw: "that I do not love you."
If a gun had exploded at his foetStovt
could not have been more completely
"Will you inform mo in w hat man
ner I am objectionable? " ho queried
"You are not objectionable at nil,"
sho said soreuoly, "as a companion, hs
a friend eveu. A husband I havcuever
yet felt the need of, and, if I ever did, 1
tell you frankly that your nature is nol
deep enough to answer the craving ol
mine. The man I marry toust bt
strong-willed, clf-con trolled, cultured,
"Liko tho paragon Trot do Haas,"
Interrupted Stove sullenly.
A tide of color swept over Mis Win
throp's face, and her eyes were turned
sea ward again.
"Your insinuation Is unmanly," shi
replied icily. "Professor do Hans is-
van be nothing to no. lie is already
engaged to a charming girl whom he
tnel in a .suburban village under tht
most romantic clrcum'tunees during hi
summer rambling. I but this very
morning sent them my heartiest oongrat
ilatious. The young lady lias won a
greater prize than she knows. Her sui
tor is a noble man, and po.ninud of
magiiiliceut intellect. Tor myself, I
pifiter a singlo life."
"But a woman was never destined for
that state," argued Stevo lamely. "Men
are tho oaks, ami womouare the vinos,
Miss Winthrop was looking at him
again, and there w as an actual laugh on
"Thanks," she said, 'Jt H a most
beautiful simile, but I am not of a
clinging naturo. Even iu my limited
experience! have seen too many women
on this earth who have to bo both oak
and vine too. If you will excuse me I
will return to my book, Mr. Landor."
"I'll never speak to a clever woman
again," muttered our hero wralhfully,
as ho took his departure from the hotel
the next morning in a very di-gmted
frame of mind. "I'd rather have little
Letty with her pretty ways any day.
When I reach the end of my journey,
I'll make her and mother happy by pro
posing. After all, a fellow had better
marry a cook than a book-worm espe
cially when the one is so stuck-up and
the other a little lovable thing like Let
tv. And tho girl is awfully fond of me,
The following morning Steve Lnndoi
reached his native place.
"As I am nol expected. I'll loav my
baggage for IV-te to bring up in the dog
cart," he aid lo the obsequious porter,
He left the road and took to the oodi.
It was g short cut and he could thin
avoid going through tho tillage. The
stately towers of the Whito ILuish, hy
home, were already in view.
Vaulting over a low wirw fence, In
scaled the wall, and appeared at one ot
the long French window.
Mrs. Landor. a placid, grey-hairod
lady, attired in a silken Quaker garh,
modified to suit the prevailing fashion,
looked up in surprise at her son's ap
pearancc, and dropped hor knitting.
"Mother," ho said, "I've come home,
and I've a piece of good news for you.
I'm going to settle down and marry Let
ty." "I? thee?" repeated that lady, taking
of her gold glasses and deliberately
polishing them. "Well, then, thee is tot
"Too late?" stammered Steve. "Why,
the girl isn't dead, is she?"
".she is to thee," responded his moth
er. "She is cugaged,'
Young Mr. Landor sat down on a
chair. He felt weak.
"Engaged and to whom ?"
"To a very worthy and learned man
irom iviMon, rroiossor no ua ts.
Young Mr.Landor muttered a naughty
word under his breath, and bit the ends
of his fair moustache.
,"Bntsh was awfully fond of m," he
"Now. Stephen, that is just wherethee
Is mistskcD," answered his mother,
looking at htm over her )wctacles in a
manner that reminded him forcibly ot
"If thee had stayed at home the girl
might haw grown fond of thee, tor thy
manner was very devoted; but no girl
of any spirit is going to piuo lor a man
whop he ileliherately absents hiniM-ll
from her, ami does not men communi
cate bv written word.
"When tlioe had gone, tho real ro
mance of ICtty's life iM-gati. This gen-
Human, ruling uy on norseuacK, w as
thrown at our very gate. He was car
ried in Mii-I a doctor summoned. A
broken arm precluded tbe possibility of
lus leaving the shelter of our root for a
long time, and Lvily nursed him. Thee
knows her tikill in preparing dbhes;
and care and good nursing completed
his recovery. He whs charmed with her
simplicity. Sho recognised iu him
truly cultured gentleman, and the rest
"But ho is the most uotod ''Colonist in
mo Nates, remonstrated sieve. "an
"Never thee fear for Letty." inter
rupted bis mother warnilv. "Learninir
does not impair a man's digestiou or
lessen his appetite, mid Letty knows
llillti'' mat w 111 earrv her thrniorh even
in the brilliant Boston society to which
she is so soon to bo introduced, and
where she will reign a queen. She nev
er talks on a subject that sho does not
lhon tho mother, relenting, laid one
hand kindly on her son's blonde hoad.
"ever mind, Stephen, she uaid,
"theo is young enough yet. t Though
Miss Wiuthrop said theo nay, and Letty
belongs to another, there are ttill gooll
and fair women loft nn the earth who
will regard thee with favor. But,
Stophou, when thee goes a-wooing again,
remember and heed the truth of the old
adage. 'Betweou two stools one falls to
Mexican Cruelty. ,
An Austiu man who made a pro
longed trip through Mexico gives the
Texas Sifting some interesting details
of bis trip, lie says that when ho was
In the oily of Mexico bo was shown
through some of the old buildings, con
vents and jnlls thai wore erected by the
Spaniards. In tho wall of ono of those
ancient buildings he noticed a1 small
opening, and he naturally inquired of
his Mexican guide what it meant. He
was told that It was ouoof tho buildings
in which criminals were walled up
alive. t j
"What was the uss of tbat bole in tho
wall?" ,. ,
"Woll, Senor, you foe, as long ns the
prisoner lived his food was handed In to
him ou a plate aud ho handed tho emp
ty plate back, but when ho handed tho
plate back with the food mi it un
touched, then the jailer know the pris
oner was doad already, and didn't give
him any more."
Tho city of Wheeling, West Virginia,
is an Important centre of furniture mak
ing, and has five or six large factories,
employing a great number of workmen.
The business is steadily growing, nsthe
supnly of sonio of the' host walnut ami
poplar timber In tho Union is largo and
near at hand, the price being; etuistn
quoutly very low, A largo business is
done within a radius of lw miles of tbe
city in cutting logs and, shipping thew
FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 19. 1683.
The Daily Experience of Every One
is that neglect of the bowels i the prime
cause of ill health. Testimony of the late
Chief Justice of Georgia: "I have uned Sim
mons uver llegulstor lor constipation of
mylbowols csustd by a temporary derange
ment of tho liver, for the last three or four
yesrs, sod olways when used according to
mo nircctioiiB with decided benetit. I
think it is a good medicine lor tho derunge-
iucdi or ine liver, at leant such has been
my personal experience in the use of it.
Chief Justice of Georgia."
Children of Divorced Parent t.
An interesiiiig question as lo Hie
claimed right of a divorced mother to
see her children after their custody has
been awarded to tho father has ju.it
been decided by the general term of the
.Supreme Court iu this city. Thedivorco
bad been obtainod by tho'husband, who
refused to permit the wife to visit theli
child, which was living with him. The
mother petitioned the c-jurt for leave t'.
seo.the child, ruvl the special term re
ferred the matter to a referee to ascer
tain whether lho petitioner was leading
a proper life. Tho general term reverses
this order, and holds that whether tin.
petitioner was or w as not leading a
proper life after the separation "tho
court 1ms no jurisdiction on the petition
of the wife after final judgment to enjoin
upon the husband or the children th
company of the woman who has vio
lated her marriage vow." It. explains
that when the marital relation Is cmlod
by a decree of divorce the subsequent
relation of lho parlies to each other is
the same as though thov bad never been
iniiri'h'd. "When the decree of divorce
ii granted upon the application of .lhi
husband for lho marital infidelity of hi-wif.-,"
viys I he opinion, "she ceases te
have any right, to the care, control, ed
ucation or companionship of the rniimi
children." This is so whether the final
decree awards the custody of the child
ren lo the fa! her or is silent on that sub
ject." .V. 1". Ifcrnhl.
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A committee was appointed to visit Af
fred Spetr's vim-yards at PasdHic, N. J., to
examine hii wines mid cellars and report.
Tbe billowing is a part of tho report:
Many will ho little surprised to learn that
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The qualities of these wiues are not ex
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Iba wenrar. Tha ,w-r la reunion,'! a aa to maat tba
dlffarant aUs-M. of all dlwmna whara Elaotrlo aod
Magnetic tmatmnnt la of bsr-flt Th im for
Curi iMPortNCY, Seminal Weakness, Ipit VurjM.
Thev Cur wbn nil la fula Our nVrtatratad
FampQlat tn' in Mated ,uTl,,ia oo rtolpt of ScaoM
coataa, or acurelr arai (d, In, .
UoaratiJ Electro-Magnllr. Inao II parpalrhj mall.
AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.,
312 N. Olh St.. St. Uoula, Mo.
, m w i:.
and fompinte lliwl, fronilnu "ti
.Suroud and liailrond sirmia.
Tli I'liH-t-iit-'Kr 1) -11(11 ul th C'lilcbn, Si. I.tintk
ate' ,pv (rlrni: luinoli' t'ai.tral; Wahach, Ht.
Lula and Vuoltlc; lum Motintain and Henihuru,
Mobile and Onio; Cair ) and St. Loiua Hmiwiva
are all Jual acrora tbe atruo'.; wt.lle thu Sluaaitiuai
Laiidu.e l Imh one i'lnan- d'alant,
Tine UoU-l ii hentud by alt-nni, haa trhm
Laundry. Jlvdraullc Elevator, Kloctrlc full U(
Auiouiattc Flro-Alurma. Hatha, ahaclntt-ly inre air
pt-rlurtaew-Hrape aud templet appolntruuni
Suiierh ftirniitiui;H; perfect nervier; and an nc
Ij. P. PAKKP;U At ( H ).,! ,ok
Sfaw -v A woek rnarta at li'itno by lin lndua
1 W lirioua. Heat nna:nea now hefi rv thd
ub.lc. capital nut needed. We
Jwlll rtart you Men. wnmon, boys
and 7lrlH wanted everywheie to work
for u. Now ij tha time. Von can
work Id apre time, or ?ive our whole tlrns to the
bun n", No oilier burtue't will pay you i-t-arly
a wi;ll So ot oi;an failto mako enormona pay,
by euiriinffluu' ni onre. Cosily nut fit and t?rm frea
Vonei nia -r,t, eaai'iy, aiid hiiiiirably. Adilrena
TKL'E A L'1'..'AUKurta. mama
617 St. Charles Su-ect, ST. LOUIS, U0.
A rajculiar Gmdiuea of two medical
eollPKea. b been loiiic'r PiiKKeit in the treat
ment of C'hronlo, Nervoua, Mrln and
Iilood Diseases tlisn any other pnyak'lan lu
flt. Loula, aa rlty papern tUt-.r urn! all oldreU
dnta know. Cdnsultatloif oe or hy mall,
free ami Invltml. A frlfii'tlv tnlk ur hit oplulnn
cobta ii',thln(. When II LlnMinenlmt toe lit
the city ,r,r treatment, nieilli'lnea can Iwaetit
by mall or expr-'-ia .vrv where, t itrable ra.ea
gmrHiiU'Pil : w here dotilit ehts II laftankly
stated. CaU oi Writ".
Korvous Proatration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mi-rcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bows, Blood
Impurities sod Blood Poiaoning, Skin Affeo
tlons, Old Sores a?d L'lr.flrS;Jmpfldim8nt to
Marriags. RhmimatiBra, Piles. Special
attention to aaaos from oyer-workod bratn.
SURGICAL CASES receive special sttnntlon.
DiBcar " ai ibing from Iiiif rudonofa.EitflCBMtj
Induli,n::s or ExpoaurBS,
It la aef-ev,lent thtit I phralelan parlna
ptrticnliir Irtentlon lo t cli-, nf eaaci tlUilna
Kreat aklll, ami plivali-iana In regular practlea
all over the eonn'rr knowing thU. freniiently
reoomttjeml rai lo the ,l,liMt .ilu-e In Ainn lea
w here everv knuwu appllnnee U rii-id to.
and the provt (ro.nl i-t-iiiciliHi, of all
aires ami conntrlea are ued. A wbole home la
naeij furollU-f! pnrtioa4'a, and all are treated lib
aklll In a reti-eotful nianiicri and, knowing
w hat lo do. noetpvrlnu'iiu ara m,i,, On ae.
eiunt of the urent nmuUir applvlnit, Wie
rharjea r kepi low, often lower than a
rieinanded by ntnera f oil aertire the ikl'l
and iret a apecly and jKM-lVet lil- rure, thai U
tha lmirlanl tnatler. ram hlel, pages
aeut to any adilreia free.
puTts. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?Sk
Elegant eh'th and ullt blurting, Pealed for W
eenta in voi.taire rr eunanry. .wir flftv wniH
erful ptn pk'liiret, ltulo life , ai tlr.lea on lho
lollowlne auldecta. Who may I'jun r, who not;
w-hvT rroper ai;e t'.'itiarrv. V ho n.arrv drat,
lahhrmd, Wuuiiinho-'d rhvah-al decav. Who
whould man-y. How lift- ami liapplm-oa may bai
tirreaed. Th-wn luarrli d rr rontomjilatlng
I'vam-liia ihould rend It. it oui:bl to b wenq
nv ifl adult peraon., then ketittipdMrloek and
ki'y. I'opulur edlilon. euK' in.1"" , but pntw
em-i'r and ;'i0 p.iiies, cini:- Irj -mall, in uiuuijr
YT.it Diiops oppllcd to tho surface
and siniom instantly rkliivb
- J..M U . flLla nM I. r. ....
nor Uliwivr uw mau. ui icn.r iunnNiiux;iiuiu ... nnj nin..
haANO KttTAt,forthfi Cot of Rhstomuttsm, Sprnlnt. Bynlaoa.
Stlat Joint NenrtJitlau LaunelUck. Chnunpa, Tooth-Ache,
Bora Tliroat, Pkina in th Limbs or la any port ol tlio Hystcm
inn! la equally enioacious tor an pains
renutrina a poworitu uihiuiyo buuiuiauu BcoMerren s Aimnnar
Ask your Druggist fur It. Price 60
FrepsrcdODlyby JJkXXO i. ISSnS TII.Ti,
Wfceleaaiat Iro 1st, gT. iCV'
Aak yr-nr mllkaian to
d, vor your milk lo tha
If the milk it pnre tba
cruam can he aeea In
i vi ry Jar. If no ceam
la auvn, It la not at It
rtinu'd be and nectli tour
attention Tht milk It
cleunor. tweeter and pn
. ..,t.,... .
uviMcrni iu in, n ar
Ven Milk Jara than anv
other way. They art ttaed
In all th-s larut-cltlea, aod
are adtiDted to all etttea
i ti writ i trenlara and pncei on application
V. H. WHITE MAN", T. Murray ft., Saw York.
ryo ADVErVmfltS -Lownt riaiea lor advertlt--
Inir In ll 1 "ot newpj)era aunt tree. Aidretl
EO. I". HOiVELI.A CO , 10 Spruce $t., X. V.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ItU
Blood, and will completely chanjo tbe blood in tha an.
lire aratem in three montne. A ny paroon who will take
1 pill each nlaht fmm 1 lo 1 weekatnay bt rwatorad
toaound health, if auoh a thinr bepoaaihla. rioldar
rrwhere, oraent by mail f,t''H letter atnmr I. 8.
douaaoil & Co., Boaton, Maat., foruiotly litutuor, Mr
Nautili iu w,,i td uuinil "' l tut lu.
aur, of bcroliiie, t'impte.. Hoit. 'r-:Mr, tfii eorea,
Bore ayti, Marcorl,! ul..ri, eitirrb
ArpatH, ran! lamplalti-i,
t IlieaM. It it'r tail..
pouotrf .tort it, in lU I
k tii., PropV ritt.ti-irttti.
NO USE FOR THEM.
Conceruiuff Certain Ktlics of the Past
Dofa that have hnd tlielr Uay;
GtorRe Ktepbtfiiaou'a "Kockel," and tbe mngnl
flcent lommotivet of to day, r built upon the
tama central ptlnctpl-t,. y,t the niacblne with
which tbe great englueer actoblahed bit tjje, It In
tereatin now on' ai.ati llluira(lnnof the begin
ning of the Invention Th-ra wer pUttcrt with
holet In ihern long before OBNSON'8 CiPCINB
TOROl'S I'LAMl'EK tnrprlaed both tke public
and the pbyalclant: ir.d thetrlunpb of the Cap
rine la founded upou the partial iticrotaes, or tbe
utter failurta of ttt predecessor. Everything of
ralue in the old porout plaiter It rotatned in the
Capiinc; butaa thit pnlua all romparblon endi,
and commit begin. For example:
The old platteta wcie slow In tbelr action; the
Cspriue It quick aud miio. '
The old plaatere larked the power to do more
man iu impart, ilium, temporary mil, r In catea
eaay of treat meut; the Caprine penetratet the
tystem and permanently riret the trouVilea for
which it ia recommended.
TIib old plKt:rt depended for any gtiod rctulta
they might nunln up-n aa lucilenl of their makers
and the nake.1 filth of the'r weareit; tbo Benaon'e
reac'aot lit ondu hy meatii of tbo scientific combi
nation of the rare medicinal Itiererileute which It
In brief, the ol 1 plaat-ira, like Btephenton's die
carded engine, are iwlirhcd iff the track, while
the Benton's t0' i on Its way winning golden opin
ions from all lorta of people.
Yot In tola very fact 11 a the len lltin danger to
the people who bny and uae this reliable and eel
entitle remedy. "H.pocrUy is tho tribute Tlce
payt to vlrtuj." Iml'atlon Is tho concession fall
are makea to sticcitse, Iti'tion'ii I'lactert ' aro pa
rodied Iu name and r'yle.
Beware of iwlndlts. The gunnine have the word
CAl'CiNE ciTln tbe center. Vrire 25 cents.
heatiiiryA Jiilinaou, lUemlats. New Yirk.
I havo a p,iiit-o raw.Uy fr tbt, above illeeaso: bj Ita
-a LHO'1-.anila of caaoa of tna wnr kind tod of Ion
nandlna-harabecn cured. Indeed, aoatrong ia mTlaltS
Ji Itaeltli-acy, that I will etnd TWO HOvn.ES FlteB.to-
Ether with a ViLC ABI.B TKEAI ISKou t'H. ditaaaa. n
7 ulfrar, Oiti Hxm-m and f, o. B,Mre-.
Dli. T. A. IJLUflM. HI oarlbi..y.Tork.
FARMER'S SON'S A'U UAl'GIITERS
ur snv Active Man oi Woman
CAN MAKE 1"KR MONTH
In Caah, working f 'rtlie Ameriflaii Karner.
Address li A. K. IlACKcTT. Ft. Wayne, Ind.
for all Union Holdtera IMPQCICC
disabled In llneofdutv hlLllLAOL
if peuMon.Lawsinnrs no ofVy and
.VJre Liberal. All lit All O Bounty to
4 nlonwldlors report
rent stamps to STu
nlonaoldlers reported on roiisaa aetertere
T . A. CO..
413 G Street N. AVatbJnuton,
Edneated and rractlcal growert cow assent to onr
motto "That the liiriher North hced nrr
arowii the etirller tlielr prod net ill be."
we otter thlt year a lull Una of btanditnl l-otau-es.
tnie tonanin. gTownon dryuplaml i rk-ot. b Fyl'e mil
Blue Stem Vheat;WhlteRinwiMiuut-, LtamiieaCali
bage.saldto beone week earlier than Eur1 r York i our
Korth Htar Yellow Dent Corn alld take.i thn leud, ami
for fodder tsential toanv: uf eiiMne,-, d. bimatoew.
eerrot. aa, Jie.,4o., a full liu' and lat (re crop, all
r2 rrowtb "n our own farina. V Ud Ki- for duck
poucta aiwsjaonnaud mr ernuir or I all sowtiur.
fth Annual titnl,wii,j. fr.e. T. M. JII'.TCAI.F,
Clrower.lmporteroV Jobber, Mt.rauLllun.
A I.eadlna Lntidoa PhT"
Iclitil rwtulii.Kliea BU
(Morn in owVllrlt
lor i lio Cure of
fhmJ m. Jvurnnl of.Vrdiciru.
Pr. AD. Mewrola (lata nf I.otd vim mrira a apo
Halt nf Fpllopiy. baa without itnuM tn-s'cd a-i.l rmi-4
mors caeae than any ether livlnn phyeli-l in. tn.-aueceM
kaaatmiilr been aainnlehlngi wa Imve heard of tw nf
ever to yoara' atamllng auc-ea,fiPy cutr l hr hint, lis
baa publtahed a work en liitt di.uan. whlrh he eemte
witb a Urre hotilonf hta wnn,lrf,il eure fien t,i any
f. rer whn mar send ttielraipn.i ai,'l V l. Adure.i
adriaanT onawlahlna anira toa,,lrea
in. AO. JifioUtULIi, Xo, im Julia St., Xtw Twk,
A HJMLrtul prepiuutiuii coin
iHisod niONtly of. Essential Oils
rtio most penetrating Mnlmont
known. Ho concentrated that a
will Penetrate to the vr Bone.
pain I It will not Boa uiotfiinav
JM..MAn.A .ffM. .nW LI...I ll
in ins Btoma.cn ana jjowus.
ets per bottle
ita sweet enr
Ira ' I