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A lOUTlIN AT 13 M ISTAK 13.
"Its all no uso, I cut) so," saM Hob
M ran, stepping buck from tho sketch
I lnid just nitulo of a pretty bit of
., nery. "If 1 finish it, and tako it to
':.;iiuton, lio'll only laujjh. I am not
i ::t out for an artist; uoithor can I got
r, i n broad and choose, let alono an
! ome to marry on, out of literature.
sure that was a capital talo 1 sent
l . tho editor of 2'he Siwwjlike, last
v ")k, and he just scut it liu'ik with tho
did insult, tiiat I've got so usod to,
ijclined with thanks." I really don't
K .ow what I can turn to, brought up
t'l nothing, and expecting a fortune;
i.'s bard enough for follows to mako a
I osition who have studied from boy.
I., od, with everything in their favor.
1 'tiust either enlist or emigrate; but
i' ore, I'll go and talk to my pretty
' : :i Lei. Thank Heaven, I can still sco
l-t bright face occasionally."
A few minutes later, liob Morgan
w r.s sitting on tho trunk of an old tree,
on tho outskirts of the wood, with his
.a ai around the waist of a fair, pretty
::irl, his betrothed wifo, whom ho was
i.i w obliged to meet secretly, In couse
r enco of his loss of fortune,
' fc'ho did not look mirthful horsolf to
i :,'ht; her eyes were heavy with tears
PHcnuy sncu, auu ncr preuy mount
was even now quivering with partially
Mippn? ssed grief.
Why, my darling littlo May," Bob
w s sayiug. "What is tho matter? Tho
" Jit of jour bright face clouded makes
j fuel as if all the world wero wrap
d in gloom, this fair summer even-
'Oh, dear Bob, I nm so unhappy,
n remember mo tolling you that Mr.
lklaud, an old friend of pupa's, had
mo to stay with us on a visit? Well,
is too dreadful, Bob; mamma says
wants to marry me, and that if I uo
t say yes when ho nsks mo, wo shall
i be ruined."
"To marry you, Mabol!" cxulaimod
1! indignantly. "The old fright, how
ila:ohe? Why, didn't you tell mo ho
"Oli, no, Bob, but ho is over sixty,
mid that's quite as old, I think," said
"And what does vour mother mean
about being ruined?" askod Bob.
"Oh. 1 dont quite understand it,"
n iswered Mabel thoughtfully. "Somo
tlinig about a mortgage, which papa
let him have."
"Well, mortgage or ruin, or what
ever else happens, Mibel, don't lot
them frighten you into marrying your
grandfather. Wo will run away, and
l.ve on my poor fifty pounds a year,
th st," said Bob stoutly; and then fol
lowed much loving talk, and many
c.istlcs in tho air, lor Bob's presence
R 'mod to bring back all Mabel's light
l.oarteduess. But when sho had loft him, and ho
returned to hi homo alone, all tho
f'nrs and anxieties ho had shaken oil',
r turned with ten-fold force.
"I know what you aro capablo of,
j:iy good Mrs. Walton," ho soliloquized,
upostrophising his mother-in-law elect.
"It's quite possible that tho mortgage
ftory is all made up, to try and fright
! n my poor little girl into the idea that
si,? is making a noble sacrifice of her-
-'f, for tlio benefit of tho others. And
I suppose that horrible old follow fol
. ws her about, and grins at her, and
f' ces his odious presence on her, when
l.e ought to be thinking of tho gravo,
t!i old villain, llo's sure to bo a coarso
old brute, for all his money was made
in trade." Bob felt all tho contempt
for such a sordid manner of amassing
wealth that tho son of an over-worked
yetor, with a largo family and a small
stipend, would naturally fool. "How
ver, ho shall not rob mo of my darling,
ii it vex her with his impudent atton
t."U, without first having his eyes
"ticncd. If lie was a young man, now,
1 ( ould punch Ids head, but us it is, if
has any fooling at all, ho shall re
c vo a blow of another kind." With
v ich warlike resolution, Bob wont to
cp, and slept soundly, in spito of his
IS'cU day, lie went off and had an in
terview w-ith Jemmy, the odd man at
Wilton Lodge, with which pretentious
i amo Mrs. Walton had dignified lior
nuall house. Bob used to be a fuvor-
ii of old Jemmy's, on account of nu
merous packets of tobacco, etc., which
Sound their way from his pocket to tho
old man's, before Mrs. Walton had for-
idden him tho house, on account of
I s altered rocpects.
From Jemmy, Bob learnt that tho
".d gent, as tho old man designated
tho rich man, would probably go down
ti fish in tho mill-stream, between
b-enkfast tvml luncheon.
"Thanks, Jetwmv, and now lull mo
exactly what lie is like," Baid Bob.
But this information Jonitny was not
'blo to impart with much success, so
i'obfoltbo would have to trust in
el.ance to show him tlio rl-ht man, if
more than one guutlunian should so
out tho sanio time and place for his
"Ah, there ho Isl" said Bob to liltu
mif, as ho descried a solitary Ouro on
But when ho drow nearer, ho was
ijot at all suro of his man. This gen
t'eman was a lollv, sprlghtly-lookltig
luan of about lifiy-iivo, with an air of
refinement about him which could
ji.irdly have bulotigod to a tntilcr.
Bob drow out his easel and set up
nil his paraphernalia ready to skutuh,
lecfing all his courage of last night do
t Ttlng him.
"(Jood-njornhig. Ilono you will bo
v ry lucky," he said, wneu tho angler
l i d lust lauded m tine trout.
"Thanks; I've had one or two very
fair takes this week," responded the
i d gentleman, and ho then becamo
i, tlto talkative, so that Bib soon had
iws doubts set at rest. Ho was Mr.
I .tlkland, tho man who had come to
marry Mablo, nnd rob him of his lovo,
who had been his sinco they both woro
But though ho mado many atlompts
to broach tho subject, aud though ho
had never disgraced a canvas with a
worso daub than ho put on that morn
ing, tho hours Bllppod by, and tho old
frentloman roso to reluru, without his
iavln" said ono word to let him know
that Mabol was not freo to bo woood
Now desperation! made him "screw
his courage to tho slicking point," and
with a very red faco and faltering voice,
"Sir, I have a most that is, I want
to say I would speak to you iu pri
vate, if you please."
"Yes," answered Mr. Falkland, look
ing surnrisod but quito unconscious.
"I shall bo most happy to hoar any
communication you ploaso to make;
but, as 1 cannot Invito you to Walton
Lodge, being only a visitor there, and
ns there is uo oue here except tho birds
and squirrels to overhear our conversa
tion, perhaps wo can talk now."
"Yes, certainly; 1 camo on pur
pose'" stammered Bib, growing more
and moro nervous; "I want to tell you
that is, you must please understand
that I you you iu fact, you can't
marry Mabel Walton, an i what's more,
Bob's sudden and defiant conclu
sion aroso moro from rago at his un
fortunate los of words, than from any
"Sir!" said Mr. Falkland, looking at
him with displeasure mixed with slight
alarm as if lie had been an escaped
lunatic. "Will you kindly explain
"Thero is nothing to explain, sir; I
only wiiih you to accept tho fact," said
Bob, now thoroughly exasperated by
tho other's coolness. "I was engaged to
Mabel Walton, with tho full consont of
both parents, when I was heir to ruy
uncle s fortune. But ho, enraged bo-
causo I would not marry his adopted
daughter, left her his fortune and rue
only fifty pounds per annum. Then
Mrs. Walton told mo Mabol should
not marry a pauper, and so Lroko off
our engagement, though it was for
Mabel's sake that I lost my fortune."
"Well, sir, said Mr. Falkland, ns Bob
paused for breath, "in that caso tho
young lady is freo to accept another of
fer." "Not at all, sir, not at all!" Bob al
most roared. "I said her mother broke
it off; but Mabel still loves mo, and will
wait until I can provide her a homo.
But Mrs. Walton has made up her
mind sho shall marry you, and though
Mabel will bo firm, it will causo her
endless discomfort ami vexation if sho
is persecuted about it."
"But really, young man, I think you
have acted very meanly; you have per
suaded a girl to wait for you when you
have no prospect of marrying her; and
you encourage her to disobey her par
cuts, who, very properly, wish her to
accept tho richest suitor. This is very
"You wicked old hypocrite! I wish
you woro my own age, you would soon
nave my fist in your face! However,
as you iitivo no honor, I can't appeal
to it; only, if you daro worry my poor
girl, I'll mako you repent it!"
And in fearful wrath, Bob picked up
his o.'Ino), and strode awny.
"Stop, stop, young man! Ono mo
ment; I cannot let you go like that,"
cried Mr. Falkland; and lib did stop,
nnd as lie glared at the old gentleman
with savage eyes, the latter suddenly
burst into a loud peal of hearty laugh
tor. "It's very amusing, no doubt,"
sneered B b, longing to hit him on the
head with his own lishing-cano.
"U is amusing, sir. It is tho best
j ike I have heard ior many a long day.
So Mrs. Walton had matchmaking on
her mind when sho invited mo down
here for a quiet fish. Sho really thought
I was likely to marry that pretty little
blue-eyed girl, did she? A girl several
voars younger than my own daughter,
lla, ha, ha! Kmiso me, young man.
"lie: 1 y, sir; if 1 have been mistak
en " began B 1, feeling foolish, yet
"Sly dear young fellow, you never
were more mistaken, I do assure you.
Now you mention this, I can seo it
may possibly bo the old lady's idea,
but believe me, nothing Is farther from
niv thoughts than marrying any one,
still less that sweet child. But, como,
accept my apologies for not undeceiv
ing you at once, instead of cruelly en
joying tho joko at your expense. Will
you walk back with mo, to provo your
Bob readily assented, only too glad
of any excuse to go near Mabel's
Then tlio old gentleman drew from
him an account of his unsuccessful at
tempts to get a livelihood, nnd, in ro
turn for his confidence, mado a pro
posal which gladdened hi heart, and
caused his hopes of marrying Mabol
to rise again.
"1 have a great business as a mer
chant; my ships nro on every sea, and
1 have no son to help mo. My only
daughter's husband is an independent
gentlemen, with an ntnplo fortune of
his own. Thero Is absolutely no ono
to tako to my business when lam gone.
If ynu find all tho lino arts positively
closed to you in getting a living, what
say you to making a trial of merchan
dise? Will you come Into my ofib-o
ior a motiin, ami it you JiUo It, and
show tlio aptitude necessary, I would
do a groat deal for tho daughter of my
old friend, who Is as sweet an Ku'lish
rose herself as ever gladdened thol-yes
of a lonely old man."
Six mouths after, Bob was plunglu"
lioart and soul iulo tho mysteries of
tho craft he had once despised, and
Mrs. Walton smiled as swootly as ever
on tho proltgc of tho great merchant.
Bob soon becamo tho happy husband
of pretty Mabel, and was wont to think
with a shudder of his past hopeless
days nnd nights of unsuccessful toil at
arts for which ho had no capacity,
whllo now ho is continually adding
large ainouuU to the balance at his
Mr. Falkland often visits them, and
always enjoys a hearty Imigh at tho
roeolloe.ilon of Bob's attack on him at
"You may ,y your joko ns much
as you pieiiM1. mv Hmr " .,. it,.i,
"I only know that for me it proved a
i a u v J sw J a II li Vi
How O-itrich I'liini 'h ami T ps Are
"Tako tho year right through," snld
a foalher dealer to a reporter yester
day nfiertmon, "and you'll find by ob
servation that Sun Francisco ladies
wear feathers on their hats to a greater
jxtont i tin n tlioy aro worn in any other
city of this size In tho world."
"How's that?" asked the reporter.
"It's tlio climate, I supposo tho
oool even temperaturo of this peninsu
la, which permits sealskins and Winter
fashioned hats to bo worn during tho
greater part of tho yoar."
"But the dealers in fancy foathors
don't complain on this account?"
"Not they. It's a very good business
hore, except during two or three months
of tho yoar, when people nro well sup
plied or have gono into tho country
with their llower and ribbon-trimmed
straw hats. A good deal of my trade
is with ladles who have old feathers to
dye or curl or to cut up into tips."
"What is a lip?"
"A tip is one of thoso short, bobbing
foathors so stylish just now. Last yoar
tho fashionable craze was over wild
birds' winirs and heads for hats and
turbans, but this yoar it's tips."
"Aro they mostly cut from ostrich
"Well, that is the supposition; but,
bless you, wo don't sell more than half
tho number of reabjostrich tips that wo
do of imitations. It's a shamo to cut
up a nice, long ostrich plume into tips,
and tho very short ostrich feathers are
rarely of good texture and liber that
is, tho African kind aro not. Many of
tho hast India importations of this sort
nro very good, however, but they como
very high. So all kinds of feathers nro
fixed up' in imitation of thoso of tho os
trich. There's tho rhea, or American
ostrich; tho adjutant, peacock, pheas
ant, eagle aud others. Tho kind used
here to a great extent, especially in im
itating ostrich tips, is tho south Amer
ican vulture. 1 U show you some of
these imitations and you will see how
they may bo distinguished from tho
Comparisons wcro then ruada be
tween different varieties of feathers,
and t ne difference between tho genuino
nnd the counterfeit pointed out. It was
shown how an "ostrich" plume of great
length might bo made by piercing tiio
soft, short feathers of the vulture on a
framework of whalebone, stiff cloth or
other material, tho only way to detect
tho imposition on public credulity with
out direct comparison being by a
glanco at the inside of tlio feather,
which will disclose the framework.
Tho feathers of cocks aro also placed
together in this manner, and when
curled aud colored make a handsome
plume, though moro easily distin
guished from tho ostrich feathers by
the thin nnd wiry .attire of the libers.
"What is tho difference in price be
tween imitation and real plumes and
tips?" was asked.
"Real ostrich feathers run from $2.50
up to $-'' each. 1 will make you alt tho
imitations you want at 10 cents up to
J 4 or $5 apiece."
"Aro the long plumes worn to a great
"Oil, yes; they always will be, too,
ns there is nothing handsomer on a liat
than a finely-colored plume."
"Aro all tlieso feathers dyed before
'Nearly all. Ouiy once in a great
whilo do we get a feather right off tho
ostrich which does not require color
ing. You see, uniform color is always
desired bv ladies, and this is a raro
thing in freshly-plucked ostrich feath
ers. They aro generally like this,"
said the feather man, showing some
long white aud brown feathers, tho col
ors of which wero mixed, liko pepper
and salt, over the downy plumes.
"Hero is a rarity," aud he uncovered a
lovely brown feather, which would have
mado a fashionable young iady wild
with envy if sho had seen it on a rival
belle's hat. "Then they como in greys
nud sometimes in snowy whites, but the
latter are raro," said the dealer.
The various methods of dyoing feath
ers wero explained. They aro not ma
terially different from tho modes of
coloring straw or dress goods. A feath
cr may bo colored a hundred different
6hadcs, beginning with a light one, and
wears well, if properly carod for.
"Where do tho San Francisco feather
doalcrs get their supplies of tho ostrich
article?" the reporter inquired.
"Chiefly from New York. We used
to import them, but for somo reason or
other wo find that we can get tho samo
feather in New York for $4 that wo
would have to pay 25 francs for in
1'arls. Beside, there is an enormous
customs duty to be paid."
"Uo you get many feathers from
"No; only a few, but they aro of good
"How do tho feathers of tho ostriches
hatched in this country comparo with
tno loroign importation r
"Very favorable, thoso that I have
soen. l hero is no reason why the os
trich should not thrivo iu our southern
countries. I am well acquainted with
the ostrich-growing industry, bavin
onco owned nn ostrich farm near Ca
cutta. Ono thing I have noticed about
ostrich-crowing in this country which
I don't like is flin ftiilttro to secure "ood
stock to start with. The man who" se
lects from the best birds, nnd thoso va
rieties having the finest plumage, will
bo the man who makes the most money
out of tho business. In ostrich-raising,
ns In everything else, a person must
start right in order to succeed."
"What aro tho going colors in feath
ers just now?"
"tiold-brown and bright and dark
garnet." Aty Francisco Chronicle.
Some years ago the late Governor
Hubbard, of C niuecticut, was a m mii
ber of it lioter.o which met periodically
to play whist. O.ie of tho party who
was locally famous for his slovenly
hitliils and soiled dress, astonished li is
friends on one occasion by nppoariug
with a buaiititul while rose Iu his but
totthole. Addressing Mr. Hubbard, he
said; "Hubbard, did you ever seo a
liner rose than that ? Now, where do
you imagine I got that rne?" Tno ex
(i ivei tio'r looked qti Z'.lc illy at the
llower testing iu tho dirty loop-hole,
nn I ati-wmed: "Looks as' though it
might lit vo grown there," Focry Ot!i
Hi' Su urd i'i
inin;i t'h ll.v.x'i ii'ii -,. Willi ill - Tel.
Yesterday, while Mr. S nl'.h, tho
Secretary of lis-' S;ate Arleii tural Si
aioiy, was vrr, busy ho was iip.ii'onoli
od by a gran1.: i' who des.rod to iol
phol.O to il do .V'l-Iowu s'ot e. "There's
tho telephone ; o aud help yotii.so.f,"
said the Servian-. Tho gran er an.
iroiu'iied the in-UMti.eiit rather timid
v. nved it eatri'i.Hlv for a few mo
ments, an I th"!i, taking a pico of pa
per, wro'.e a Hi' sa:.'e. Ho then ro le I
up the pap'T mi l tri d to jm-h it iu tl o
aperture in the transmitter. Failing in
his attempt wi:h 1:N li iger, ho took his
lead pencil and jumped It h, destroy
'ug the vibrating board. With an air of
atisfaetioii !io took his seat and await
sd a reply. A tier n'emu 'on minutes he
became dWcounejed, an I liiiiik ng ho
perhaps ha l mil sent thu nii.--s.gii on
tho right d i", he wrote nnoi.nr and
jammed it into i ho hand t' pl o'ie,
nnd, to mako surj work, nitui'd it
home as he would a Inii in a rille. Ho
again sat down, and alter waiting near
lv half !Ui hour liecatne disetuiru ;ed ut
getting no reply, and t!n::niin'g t fi-j
Secretary for the use ,,f t do telenhone,
walked on', lvniarkin: ti'.'it he would
not givo a e ei iiu'tital lor the iiiae'iine,
anyhow. S ion afterward tho S t re
tan, wanting to tt-e the telephone, was
nstoiiMied a: its ttpnearance. h was
stuffed fttil of iii.nmiM'i in', nnd ruined.
The iintru.neiu was takm apart ntid
tlio niessa 'os t: ken out; all read as iol
lows; "Bakker nnd llainineltonn
Send me to the 1' ividion a six ineii
long nitinkev rene'i. Yttrs Trudy J.
Ed'iisott." 'J'm machine was rennired
at a co.-t of Jj'l."), wldeii the verdant
granger paid. To avoid similar occur
rences the telephone has been fenced
iu and a sign plac -d over it. with tho
words print'-d thereon: "l'e-wir' of
the dog." tciifii' it H-,-n il-l'ii,:t.
Kli. iiie li Cady Stanton is mil wi:h a
plea for a new divorec hi w, with the
common cry of equal rights, not for the
woman only, but for father, mother
"When will the avenge citiz;n (-top
spending h( of Ids bird earnings on cig
ars and tnliiicroi (.Jive it up? Well, when
lie fin Is i ut he cm do without toliiero nml
cigars, but can't Uap up without the in-
fallible remedy, J'r. J'u I s Cough b)rup.
One b ittle ST) cent's.
S h .'imiiwu.HjMMawju!' uj
THE GREAT GERMAN
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Aud all ottu-r hndlljr a.lia
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold f.jr nil rirnt'irlHM and
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Ilnctuttcr'a Stomnch Hitters a Ann blood dc
piiruiit, a ratloual rathnrtic, and a euporli mi!
bilious cpeciflc It rallh-B the faitlnii cu rul'-a of
llv) d'diidUtiid, and rh"-ck premature, dixay.
fever and aRiic, nllloiia remittent, dvii!pa a and
nnwel complaints aro anvnn fie tv 1- wideb It
lit relv removi a. In tr .plcul ciiititrlr, where the
tver and bowlea are (irgHtia moKt unfavorably
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AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICMRS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"K jllTIAW.lL'n . U . . 1 i
Ioverused." Dr. P. O. Ballou, Mouktoo, Vt.
"Kidnfy-Wort la alwaya reUabla."
.... . Hl N- C1rk' B0- Uno Vt.
"Kidney-Wort ha owed my Uo ador two ream
uil'vruis." Dr. C. U. Bununorlin, Bun mil, Ua.
IN THOUSANDS Of CASES
It baa cured whore all 1 had fulled. It ! mild
but officiant, K II I AI N IX ITS ACTION, but
harmlou In all ui
I rl t cleanwt the Wood and trrirthritn Bed
tSi'4 New l.lfe to ;1 Uia important orcana of
tht body. 1 he natural action of tlie Kidney U
rentored. Tba lavcr.la oteanacd of alldlaeaaa,
and tha Bowel, mova freciy and healthfully.
In thia way the worat diaoaaoa aro eradicated
from tho ayitcm.
riui'E, fi oo ugrio on drt, sold hi cuiomaTs.
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J ILL. " MASS. GA.
y TCR SALE bY
1. C. CAK4)N, Cairo. Ills.
.'uveal", Ki'-ieKUu and Triiile-Mnr! r .eru-ed. and
all li - r pal tit uhim h hi 'In- - hi. ut dill e and
belore tlie Court uromii y and Ciiref.illy allelided
I ii.in rceelt.t of mod' I rnkitihof liiviiutlnn. I
in nke rnreful exmnli iition. uuJ uiUU.- .m to
pHt' iitHhll'tv 1'reu of Chartm,
KKKS JIDIiltK TH. ml I 111 Ike IM'IIAKUK
l"M.IS I'AI'KN l' IS SMTitl.l) lulormailun.
advii e Bin' i'C al refer nn- ent oti iiptillriulon
.i. . l.l ri I- i.b. wain nutou, U. (..
Ne ir U. h, I'iiIi lit (ifllee.
ALADV of AMUTY
T'icmiHa 'or .M ftil , in u (1 l-wold'a
I'a i'ii skirl W is ji ,-ir I nit Cornet Mid
klrt iMipiiorier. 'n t'lrr.i nd v I I ti t -'v
'I hi-ae are Itbout a rival. Send
. .1. II I LTNAM. Ooi, At't .
I',U lit lie M.-CBI, C'litrnC't
ca n ovi m
a A fmrnrlla nreaerlntlnn of nnn of tb
tnoatnoti-d and ueeeaful Hpeelallmn In tbii'7.li
(now reiiredi for llieeiireof Krrrnnm ItvUiUtih
M,nMt .Udiiiood, Ilifcnenin1 leeu,. Henl
Li plaiu aualeU cuvi'lopej-ee. UiUiijiuUicu;i till ,1.
Addreii DR. WARD & CO., I ouisiaiu. Mo.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED . PARTS
O KJIHK HUMAN HHV K W.A lt,Kh IU I 1,
ttjJ: I , M K ;n ; THKNi:iit" Kf., iwnn tfittnw mg
i'i " r." ' t ' i i 't i :" " Ti',;
(j'urii'H wo will ffty Hint t h r ii tin is nl n-i ut Imiii
jj'itf )u Umk,' 'un iIih cmlTHry, I tin nilvrt itcrw y r
n nn'iinri . iviiifer II purl hmiIw rw lvniTln " in
M m mm ttaTlioii)Mi.li f.f rfiK-i -if IrrrniH Pi l.lllly, mn
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r r Ptuiii tiuairtiui)t I lie ivvulti if ItnUMcifi 1tut
mm irmvi or uny faMmn.rui.il byNERVITA.
It rout UUli tlial ll cur mf mi irni'La iuw iu ttua iu
llVfillTrrrraMilnarkiiirflaHi AM MM H
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i tin i iiinbi
Anakesis r,w, ami ii
an intaUihit mrt tut I'llca,
llioe 1 , Rt dniL'trlHta, or
rrm. Ail. a n k ksim
en, nrriiain or man. riiniiiic
VoVaT. Dr. KEAN,
ho. llapiiVTH Cl.AH br,, l lilnaau iki
l.lillaliail Imi , I. mil li.alluc all ril
vala, Narfuua, Uuiunle alel hpaelal dll
..,Hpnial'irliiBa, ImiMit.urr iivitnl
lltr.rai ltr , K-tnala dl.-aatl. I'lP. I'i'D
uluiir.n iiviamiailv, nr lr l.tipr lira
It, K-an ( tha milr rilitilH.n In Hit
rll. Dial w.ri-.i.ta pnra nr nntia. !
ft IlluUtl.ii bwli, urn t,m yi imijiUviu, II paaU. '
1 CL al OUTOF ORDER.
who iiru tired of dlli o" tbat fade In iitnir'aliic ur
wai bins will IImU tlio
UICII MONO PINK8,
I' U U 1 L K H, "G HA Y " AND
"QUAKER STYLES," '
, ...w.m. 4iiaUu iu itrviti variety
tNhWUAUJ I) IN
Tone, Toncli.Worlcinanslilp & DnraMlity
Wir.MAM KTAni: A. CO.
w T,Ky W"ht """''' Btruot, Daltlmore.
No. I'Vhifib Avmnie, New York.
A PIEPER BREECH
ever otlcred to (! I'ubllc.
I'nr aale brail flrtt-elaaa (inn lie a. era.
At Wholeaiila only by (aend for Cataloirue)
SCHOVERUNG, DALY & GALES,
84 & 83 Chambers St.. New York,
V"VK I KltS! ,,rd l.r onrMtert Lot of
l.ociil Ncw.pup. ri.. iuo.l ItowvllACo.. M
Kpiurg Hreet, New V.iik. '
To M.irc lift? Ilii";,tpr
'lb .Iv-tieiirv i-t.ouiiuppy ,u. i!,.n on'a
ap n,i 'iMi M ru ihe t n. i!y. 1'rlce A'lceul.
I U and HOHI) f r threa I to
M n or I. kI1i In eaib ei untv
V W. Z1KU ,KU Jt,o .Chc.Jo,
( 111 fil,rIS 011 omlral ll. ue
t P ' ! ' r.tunlmt U plain
or miiuko oHtlii.. o n t.Vn) to H.'Oi. Hth
cleKrlpt vc i IterpreM Svo. vol , Unda -luu y
b i'll:.eot'i iiiill.don reeeip' of$l '
WM. 1. CUM T'CK, I'll''., 6 Ami r I'laee, Jf V
Ar. Cnly I'Hiijrhti'i' lined of roiisuiiitt
Mkii d. nth ua Lour J er peeled fI( met u-nnip-
t on. ml f.'ii..-,iti ..., . . '.
, i. ivu. anu i r. ll.
damn wn ej,,er'ini n'ii, .heaiciileLla.lv made a
,' "' '" nenii ,dhu curen nia only
rlnld, a d now uer tin. r. rh .,.ui, . . .. 1
it it in p. to i ay expend a. Hemp a;o rurea Nkbt
r. h! .-Hani-ea at tlio utomrrh. and tll break
a rn'ii I. i I....... .
i. i, . . i.w-'r. nuilirn v lJUllJK.t
A (O..10W Kce Str-t. rhilaoeipbit, J.(ntm.
.MASOX & HAMLIN
Jllubem hot.om at all great Wond'a Kiblbit'oni
irirairiu j arp. ni ADierlcm Orta-.a
reVt'ed' 1 'Cti " 'iy' l"h' eh"y ,"ly'U, "" or
r r nentltiKTerv lliL'llHtuf llHiice yet Mt'Hl. (I
in .u- Ii li.mrnmen a: Hilitiin. i. .n .,r...i,,,,.
provu cim . pe of Kiejfr valu th-n anv: aceiir.
iiu' n o-t p re. red , (, m;iical tom-a and Ininai.
ed rtn'ab lii : hkt'kmv avnui I.. ,i , .
out o.' tui.r. lllumrut A at loL'ue free.
Slason & Hamlin Ortran and rianoCo.
Bi.i-lou, 17 Tremont St ;N. York, 41 E. ll:h 81;
l Llcato. 14 ibai-h Ave.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAN).
Kmanmed V lm:tv Nervotia and I'hvaieal Da.
blllty. 1'ianiatntu Decline In Man, Krrorn ol
until, and untold nnaerlea reanltlUK Irom India-
eret ou or excea.es A book for tverr man. toudh.
lnldilll,'-lled ami old. ltcon'aln lb riri-arrlnllim.
to 'all' ai utu and rLrotnc diaeaaea. earh one nl
..ich :. inva'uible. r-o Ic.i.d ly the Anthor,
whine experience lor 'il yeorala anrh aa tirobab!
nver before fell to the lot of any phvalclan, H)0
pimea, bound Ir tie.iitiful r r. nrh miialln, emhoa
ed covera, I'll pin, fnarai.te. d to be a liner work
in ev ry fi'iiae rnei hanlral. Iitemrv at.d nrofea.
mor.al than sriy other work aold In th! connirr
i'r no. or i ut? ninny win lio refunded In every
InatHiTH J'rl o in lv . I.i bv Hill, tinat t.alif.
Illiipiratlv anm le renta. Send now. (inlrl
nieiJul awarded the anthor bv the Natlo' al Medka1
' 'Kt'otj. to the nicer o whlrh he r fera
The hrb r.r ol I, If.- abould be n ail hv tin. tni.ni
f r luatru t on, ai d by the alllirted for I cllc f. It
will bi nellt al . London I.auet.
I tier I- no inunibi-r nl aocietv to whom tha SpI.
encuofl.tfo w,n not ,v uaelul, whither yonlh,
pin. nt irunrdiau, Inatructor or lerg man. Argo
naut. Addrcaa the I'esbodv Medleat Inalitnti.. nr Ip
W. II I'nrker. No. I Itulflr el Sireei ll,,.i.,n
Maaa., Wliu may ! Cnliaulted on all dtai aaei rn
'lul lni' altl'l Hint experience, ( h-nnlc and ohatl-
naie (iipea-i a tnal h" tinned III I the
klllnl all o'hur iihyp!rUiia a llljiXlj ane.
cla'.ty. Sm b treated nnc- 'pi I VC1? 1 ?
rea.fullv without an trial 1111 OJ vlil
annu l In lure .Muntioti tbla paper.
617 St Charlei Su SI'. LOUIS, 110.
A re(Milrr Orniliintn o. two medleal
enllPKi.,, Ii us been loimei ei'Kied in the treat
nient of ( 'hrniiio, Ncrvo. ik, Hltin aixl
Jllooil )eue thiin any ot.'ier physician In
r.U l.oiila. an clly piipera show unit all tld reil
denliikiiow. 'oiiaiilutlon.iloif.ee orbr n.all,
free and Inv.ted. A frlemll" tulk or hm opinion
coma iiotliliiK. When ll It I'k violent to vhlt
the city for ti eiitiuent, ineillelnes jan be aent
byiniillor eiret evervwhei'., Curable onset
Kiiiininteeil ; where doubt ex'.at'.v. I" fraukly
ituted. tailor Write.
Nervoua Prnalratlon, Delili lt,Mant ai and
I'hyalrnl Weaknem, Werrui UI and ether
affivtlonnof Throat, Skin anil flonei, Klood
Impurlllea and lllond rolannln;, s'kla AWee-
tlona, Old Rnreiind I'lfara, Impr nlmenU 9
Marrlafte Rheumallmi, Plica. Kpaflal ii-
tent Inn 9 fnaea frnin orer-worked Main.
M'IKIICAI. f ASKS recelva aperlal at tentlon.
Illaeaaea arlilnir frnm Imprudnret Jtxraaiolj
Indul(,encei or Exposures,
It Ii eir.evldent tbat a pbvilclan raying
fiartleiilar attention to a claaanf caek attalua
Kreiitiktll, and pbyslcliini lnreitular prautie
all over the, country knowlnn this freqieiitly
recommend onxea to thu oldest olllce ll' A incrf.
ca, where every known amilliincu In lM)rle(
to, and tho proveil Kootl romlp)- of nil
airea and coiiutrlet aro imed, A whole Imnae la
tiod for olllce pnriioart, and nil are treated tvlth
(kill In a respectful iiiiiuuert and, know.nit
count of ilia iri'cnt nuuiber aiplytnr, tht
wnni 10 no, no experiment are niaitu, I n
chiiini'K are kept low, often lower than la er
Uianiicd by ot'iei'D. If you secure the akl I Mid
fetaapeedvaudpuriecl life cine, that .a .lie
inporfiint mutter. J'uiupulut, 1W piigcfc ti:at
to any addreaa I'rea,
plaus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, (pagls
Klcgnut rlotli and Rllt lilmllnif. Healed for t-0
feulH hi poslimeor eiirrniicy. Over H tl y w in
derlul pen plcl'.ireii, tt'iiu to life, nrtlctea on til
following Biilijeetsi Who iniiy inai'ry r whon il
why I'l'i'iiefaaetoiiiiirrv. Whoiuiirry flr-f.
Mimlinoil, Wot hooil. Ph vn it-al ilecny. V jo
ahoiilil iniirry. Ilw life ami hnppl tuiny j
liicienseil. Thntu tniii'rlid or conleinpliif :
iiiirryliiif almiil I rcii.l It. Itmmht to he real
iy nlU'liill penona, then kept under lock ail
cv, I'opuliir edit bin, aiimeaa above, but pap 'it'
cover mid 'M puyua, "4 icuti by iiiull, li Hiouev