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Mrs. Smith's rase, anil what tbe Rev.
Mr; Mclvlnstry la to siy about it.
To rat Pi blic: 1 have hif n a fenrlti' and rer lor
fllteen yeera. moat of thu lime w ih what bin been
tmed K m or 8a!t Kheinn. rorltl and Le
pra, and lb like, aud bare alwav been told thitt
there waa no cure lor me, and nave been o dl
cour'RH thai I bad e roue die aa live I tiave
been ao badly allli ted aometlmiii that there waa
cut iheerna Ji-nt epot from the crown of my head
to the eoleeof my fee that waa not d leaned and
aa red aa Crlmeoc. It wond commence In em a 1
while i.ote, - bicb hnd a allvory appuaranco, lint
wore net deep, but If 1 attempted to heal fern, or
, toon aftnr their lira appearand, tboy would burn
a 'd run to tner unill ihurd vta a compln e dry,
red acale, wliici would became ao liiflumed a to
ciack and look flxry mid n rr, and tbe burning
tenaatlon wuulii bu almoat iutoleraiile
I wa at tunc o lame mat I could trarcoly Ret
about, and could not drew bho!I wl hout lil
arce, I have iriod many roinedlea, and bnve "aid
1 K)l i a aiugla Inat .nr.e l phveican, but huve
evr obtained onl temporary relict. Alt!ioutli
h'dpid for a time, I ejon ronpa. d nguiu to
be badly trout li d a evor, and durmit the ulnar
of U.4I ami 183.' I u tiered ao much an to lie i' nil re.
ly dl'cuuraitil. I ant aiimmi-r, hnwu.er, I wa- a t.
vled by ttlilur and Mr. L. 0. Mcttiuetrr, wno a
well know n In Unite r. gloim. to lr jonr CUT cuha
HwiniKii aud I fell e.-mehnw a title courage,
from thvlr favor de opinion of them, lo try tbi'lr
virtue. Ab at the econd wem nf uty lnt I com
meuced ta.l. g thu re ned en, and within aix weeic
I bugtn to ee a permanent improvement until
now (Oct. 1) I am an m aa uood us now, anu my
fleah la aa the fl.-ab of a cbl d
Jin. IIENJ. SMITH.
! certify that lha above statement i f m- wife la
corn et, ai.d I o n with I it in expre l it my
gratitude for the Kreat benefit ebe lint received.
n. SMI til.
I certify that the above alatoment la rorrnct Mr.
Smith la a prominent man In thl- community,
wne'e be live. He ia a well known dealer in
atoi k, and hi -tati'meoi, with that of hiewifu, 1
faily entitled lo cruri t
Done at Mm u a ), Province o' Quobee, th'
twenty eevi-um u y oi ucio er. itms.
I. C. AicKINSTRT.
Ml. later ol tnc (I pe.'.
Later. -I haye cen Mra Multh rec n ly and he
llcve ber to be thoroughly and permanctl c red.
L. ', JM4INH RY.
Sec. Advert Th flonf., V, Q., No.Vt. aud No. N.I1.
Hoeton, Sept. A, Ir8i.
Cntlcura l?olvent, trie new hlood titir flitr. and
Cnticura, and C itlcur 8 m:, the creut akin cure
auu oi-ii u -rn, aru -oia evvrvwiier,., rrice, tun
cura. Mc.j .--uap, ;5c; Ueao.vuut, 1.0J.
Potter lruat m C euneal Co, Doatnn,
C ATA K 1 i 11
Tbe Great Bulu m,c Dla liKtion
of ito i fli.oi, Amenean I'mti.
krannda Kir, Ma., olil. Clover III. n-
m, eic . ra luci bANy.mira Haui-
ci.t'fiiB for 't o linuiei'.iato rem-1
nid ti-:;i orent i me i f i vi rv lo ni
tif Catiirrb, f'OIn a Hlinrl Cold in
the lie-.d 10 'dm of r-nu ll, Tame mid
Ik-ariiiL', Coiib mid i aturrhiil
l.'o' ninipiicin'. Cimi'Kro trat-n.en-.
coi.aiml- v ol on hi tile Kail.
iciil t t.ri-. ona b . L'ntanhal Solv
cut, ulid one Inn rovi d Iulialer. in
o e packujit. rnav now lu nnd r.f
il oriit'i' Hta foi I1. Ak fur S ,'.
Completf Treatment with Inlnilcr 81.
"Tbe only absolute p clflc we know of." Me l.
Timna "Tin-hcrt we have fouiin in a lili'ttniit ol
yulTorinn "-Rev, I r. W iL.Km, It .fton. ' -in i
lonif mru tU witu Ca atrh, ih Kadical Cuiix haa
c nqier-d " it, S W.Monroe, i ewiabuivh.
i unviT.ii ii 11 iki a i anu tnai it did ot re
lieve dt onre "Amir w Lee. Ma- ch-t r. Mrn-a
rpTTan Put o and t IU.MK At. Co , Uj-t iu
JM I Iktt. v" li' reliefand prevenlloir
;Vw,r;T;,,'0't''!lli'nt It ih applied, of rbuu-
t itittliMn, ISeurililR. s c I a I ir. .
'fif" '"inach ani ilowli-a, Shonrt'u
, 1'uili", .Vuiii'ii't HH, HyHii ria. Fe
'nalu PiiIuh, I'HlpiiHtlon, Dvhi en-
I.I.IIL'IIB. lilllflM llll M....I.
Aaiu, Liver Conuiia Int. Ilillmi
tever. M.lnr'a, nnrt Lnlderrlcn.
i foiun'a rUHtuiadin el ctrio
'l -tii-B '""""V combined with a I'orotia
ni ltiP i-iaater) auu iauKu ht pain. asc.
In ce of dvapenali, debltliv, Thnnmtlim, fnv
er and auu , iv r e'.mplaint, Inat t vltv of the t lil.
nevaandb adder, conml.iatl n and ol'ier entile
"""""i iiiii'uoi nioiiiArn iiircr-i a a tiled
remea, 10 w)irn the me l ci broiherh md hnvo
leut their iirole-non il tanct-on, anil wh cb aa a
iuiiio anvaiivs ana noiiauhold Hnx flu for d anr
deri of the ti mticU, liver and I owela hai uu uu
bounded popmar l .
roraa'ehy dm (jut" and rlea'r. to whom
yij iur uuiieiur a niu antic for 1H.
I IV TD t km n i a b w
,w'""' 11 ob tha MVHIt, II01VELS and
KIDNEYS at the Mma time.
oua bumora tuat lol0p, m Kt,ley ,J UH
"rjr 1) vnuhw BUiomn,.,, jllnrti,.., cou.tla
So.!: i1.0' ilrt""n"m. NoiirmlBi.,Br.
voueUaurrioriand all l-na'P'omnuanl.
I rhuuii j-Hour up Mil
rr will buueLIt cuna
Br oauauif mM ACTION of all the ortpwa
aud funollena, thereby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
natorlnf the normal powar to throw nff ilium
THOUSANDS CP CASKS
Lv. LTu iT?'-of ih7" wrlbl dlMaa
Una quloiiJv ra.iavod.andiuaaliurtUiiie
raw. f '0TLY CURED.
"Ut, l. 1 11 ID IIB liny, MIIJI BY lnt (lUlaTa.
WXLLntuuiitj, . o., KurUngton, Vt.
TTIT J) for worklbB pfonle K.-tnl III renta
XlriJjL P''''. """Iw" lll m ill yoifree
.v . ... mval. vnlu')lat1inpi.. uf ,
that will pnt oi In Hie way of mi, ,,
none la a f w oaya hnn y.u t-M thm uhl do hi.
eat Bny but bor: Can) al not rro,i ie, V m
CAB live at home and work In apxr t me on y, nr
all th Hire At' "f In th rc,i f al'ain grna
If ttCCMinl. M -"-it. to et llretr riUvi.ry
JvuniBB. '1 hat II wiowaut w-rn mtr teilh bun.
e, we n:B tula nnptrtllelvil oiler' To Ml
whB an not llfl d we w II neml l to av for tbe
truBblaofwrltlnf bp. Pull prltcu a a.dl c foa,
U.,aBl free. Imioenaa tur abai.iute'y ut for
II Wbt Btarl at nn-e. Don't delay. Addn at
. , , HTINfcON A CU.i Purlland, Ualne.
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INVAKIABLT 111 ADVANCB.
Al comuiunlcutiona ihould be addroMid to
it. A. HUltNK I T,
lllllXyc'H Hxncrloiirc with a Cyclone.
Thoso who know
mcmlipr that I have
mo best will ro.
nev(r, openly or
fioeretly, writton or uttered a sontiment
tliat could be warped into an adverse
criticism of tho evclone. Whatever I
nuiy have learned or observed tleroca
tory to tho cyclone and its cruel and
treacherous nature, I have religiously
1 i. u O J
M'j'i to niyseii.
And what is my reward for thisP
Like a peaceful Ute, stealing up through
the sho:tering ambush to saw open the
wind-pine of a dear friend, comes the
ring-tail pc ler of tho sky, scarcely
nouiig mo green jeaves as ue steals
along tho valley on his hind legs. The
air is like tho atmosphere of death. No
sound is heard except tho dull thud of
the woodman's ax as it buries itself in
tho heart of a pine trco that belongs to
some one else. The sun has dropped
behind a dull graj cloud that is faced
with r ale green. Still lower down the
steel-gray and purple clouds come
boiling over the tree-tops. Tho tree
toad makes a few desultory remarks,
Katy-did says "good evening," and the
premature twilight lias como. Up from
the southwest comes a sullen mutter, a
cnish, a roar, like twenty oceans in
joint caucus, tho rush of falling trees,
the crash of giant hailstones, tho thun
der of falling waters and, like tho
deadly charge of heaven's artillery, it
is over, That is a cyclone one of the
adult variety when it is feeling well.
When you see ono of that kind sliding
up info the sky, do not trv to twist its
tail as it goes by. It takes a strong,
quick man to reach out over the dash
board hnd twist the tail of a cyclone,
lie must be strong in tho wrists, cool
headed, and soon in movements.
The cyclone which visited Northern
Wisconsin was about a mile and a half
wide, and lasted through a period of
time, I would say, such as would be
measured in pronouncing the Word
''Scat!" in an ordinary tone of voice.
It blew down three churches, sparine
all tho saloons, jerked tho school build"
ings crooked, knocked tho postofUco
silly and demolished a dozen stores and
places of business. It killed two of the
niost promising young men and purest
Christian women in tho village. Then
it went out into the forest whero I was
riding alone, attending to mv mvn hn.
iness, and tipped mo over and broke
my leg. Everywhere it sought out tho
young and fair. It spared the old, tho
inftif and tho tough, but spent its fury
on tho tender, the good, tho truo and
tho beautiful. Is it surprising that it
ierked mo galley west? No, indeed!
I am only surprised that I am alive
Victoria an 1 tho Old Woman.
It Is said that the Queen is a most
considerate visitor, always being pleased
with whatever is done for her; but
sometimes, from her fondness forgoing
about in the country, especially iu
Scotland, with almost no special atten
dant, awkward or amusing incidents
occur. On one occasion, while stayino
at the house of a Scotch nobleman! she
was walking about the park with only
the Princess 15eatrice, and, encounter
ing an old woman, entered into con
versation with her. The dame asked
her almost at once whether sho had
seen Her Majesty, and on tho Queen's
replying, cs, 1 see her every morn
ing before breakfast," tho old woman
incuired eagerly. "Oh, but is sho as
good as she looks in the prints I used
to seo of her when I was younger?"
Tho Queen laughed, and replied that
Her Majesty was ralher flattered in her
pictures; and tho woman again urged
lier to say what sho looked like.
"Well," said tho Queon, still much
amused, "sho and I are said to look so
luuch alike you would hardly know us
apart." "Well, you aro not so very
ill-favored yourself," was tho dame's
considerate answer, which so enter
tained Her Majesty that sho bade tho
woman come to tho castle that after
noon, promising her she should not
only seo but speak to the Queen hor
telf. The sequel may be Imagined. Dressed
in her very best tho old Scotch woman
presented herself at tho Castlo K
at tho appointed time, was conducted
through endless corridors, and up and
down, to a room in which, soon after
sho entered, tho Queen appeared. "Eh!
so yon aro here too!" tho old woman
exclaimed; but almost immediately it
was made known to her in whose pres
ence she was standing. As may bo in
ferred tho visit resulted in much prolit
to tho good woman, and considerable
amusement to tho Queen and Princess
yeatrico. Harper' a JJuzur.
- II Mil
Speaking of the opening of tho quuh
leason in California, tho ISan Francisco
l.ulldin says: "They are now so abund
ant that they throng the roadways.
While rewards aro oll'ered by farmers
in southern counties for killing this
bird, which destroys much grain, tho
Almeda and Contra Costa farmers say
the quail is useful to them. It attacks
their grain only as a last resort, and
chiefly subsists upon Insects. Their
destruction of ants is of Incalculable
Importance. Tho quail's great foo is
the wildcat. Tho hitler animal Is pro
lllio in thu counties named. A quail
nesting will cover fifteen to twenty
eggs, and nearly every egg will hatch,
liicy nest onco a year, and during such,
periods the mule Is a most pugnacious
defender of tho mother and yiJiing. A
man may almost strike him with a
dull. The wily wildcat, as largo as
four ordinary eats, will stretch himself
Mit and put, out his tongue; tho male
quail will approach and peck it, where
ut the cut seizes his toothsomo prey."
I I . ' , .
vihm; uiuaen. i
The Sunday dlnnerquostion struggles
to the front again, this time intha form
of a letter to a morning contemporary
lemung mo Bausiuciory resuns of a
cold dinner every othor'Sunday at the
usuih weemy tuning nour. it is an ao
cepted fact in household ethics that
good purt of Monday must be sacrificed
to recovering from inuiirost on eno-en-
dered by Sunday's Irregularity. In
most households breakfast on the first
day of the week is an hour later than
on other days, and generally a more
elaborate meal; dinner, on tho other
hand, with apparent inconsistency, is
several hours earlier, with the third
eating, tea or supper, a most movable
feast. And this derangement of tho
wccKiy routine, any cliatelalne will tell
you is solely to secure the "Sunday
out" to Sarah, Ja-ie or Bridget. Yet it
would seem possiblo to provide this most
suitable and proper recreation without
sacrificing the physical good form of
me enure iitmiiy ior iwo days. In
households where more than one ser.
vant is employed an alternation of du
ties is easily arranged, but in families
wlicro a "maid-of-all-work" constitutes
tno assistance corns, a little manno-e-
ment may be necessary. Said a viva
cious hostess at a table where the ques
tion was recently discussed-tha menl
boing dinner at 6 o'clock Sunday even-ing--"Oh,
from my earliest recollection
Monday headache was a weekly ail
ment at home; when I married aud
found myself tho dictatbr of a world of
my own my first care was to reform
Sunday eating so f.tr as my family was
concerned. We breakfast at 8 as usu
al, and lunch at 1; at 6 we dine. Tim
joint or fowl is cold, being prepared on
oaturuay. jv saiaa accompanies it and
a made dish in winter often escallonod
oysters, in summer various dishes of a
similar nature that Sarah can prepare
before she leaves. She lays the table
ftnd leaves everything in readiness, and
then gets out long before her compan
ions, who are clearing away tho heavy
two o'clock dinner. I arransro the din
ner on tho table myself; our dessert is
fruit in its season or a cold puddino- of
some sort, and our little French coffee
pot gives us our cafe noir on the table.
Being a one servant establishment,"
she added laughingly, "it is not at all
diflicult to preserve suitable ceremony,
anu on nunuays ana Mondays we nre
- Ai , , . -
serve mo same degree oi nealth vouch
safed the rest ot the week." -Al Y.
A Queer Coasting-Place.
Cuzco, tho ancient capital of the eld
Inca Empire of Peru, is situated high
up among the Andes, at a point so de
vated that,' although under the tropics,
it has the climate and products of tho
temperate zone. It still has many re
mains of Inca architecture, distinguish-
ed for its mas.siveness, which are likely
iu vuii ure ior centuries to come, un a
hill, or eminence, nea ly a thousand
feet high, overlooking tho city are the
remains of the rreat Inca fortres3 of
the Sae-sa-hua-man, in tho storming of
winch Juan Pizzaro, tho brother of the
conqueror of rem, was slain. This
fortress was built of irirantic stones, or
. I I . . V ci .
rauiiT rocKs, ana nieir great szo and
the accuracy with which they are fitted
I 4 I i 1. - 11 , . ,
lueiucr usiomsn an wno see tnem.
In front of this fortress is a curious.
dome-shaped ruas3 of rock, called the
Ko-da-dcro, and sometimes also La
l'icdra Lisa, or "smooth rock," be-
l-uusu us convex sunaco is grooved, as
if the rock had been squeezed up, whilo
in a puisne suite, uoiwccn irregular
and unyielding walls, and then hard
ened into shape. A mass of dough,
forced up under the outspread hands,
would give something of the same a)
poar nee in miniature. But the hol
lows of tho grooves on the Peruvian
hill aro smooth and glassy. It is said
in tho old chronicles and traditions,
that tho Inca youth, long years ago,
amused themselves by coursing, or
sliding, through these polished grooves
on festival days and holy-days; and
this custom is still practiced by the
modern youth of Cuzco.
There is one advantage, and it is a
great one, too, which thoso boys pos
sess over the northern boys who live in
tho land of ico and snow, and that is, it
is not necessary for them to toil up a
long and slippery hill, dragging after
them their heavy sleds, which grow
heavier with every step they take, so
that tho longer they rido tho harder
work it is to get back to the starting
placo. Tho Cuzco boy sits down at
the top of the rock in one of tho grooves
and, with a slight start, away he goes
with all the speed imaginable, until ho
reaches tho bottom, landing in a soft
bed of earth; th n he picks himself up,
runs round to an easy place of ascent,
and is up again iu a ininuto to repeat
his ride. A'. Ucorge Squkr, in Ht.
Mcholus for November,
Curiosities of "Good Times."
Fcople do 801110 VCrV funnv thinrra
when they aro drunk. "Tho other nigfit
I met a noted citizen, wealthy and dif
niliod, coming out of a saloon with a
ham-bone, picked pretty clean, which
ho was gnawing at with drunken con
tentment. Ho had removed it from its
place after it had gone through a hard
day on tho free-lunch counter. A few
evenings ngo I saw a vonnrr trnntlnmnn
on Kearney street with his nocktio up
behind his car, a champagno cork, at
tachedbya siring t0 his collar-stud,
dangling gracefully over his shirt-front.
eating with great earnestness corn
from its native col). When it was all
picked off ho lookeil at it with tears in
his eyes, murmuring in a low, pathctio
tone: "Tho last corn's gone," and
dropped it reluelarii.lv into tlin mittii-
Uiiinon and Pythias came back to us in
the two topers going homo in tho mid
dle of tho night. Ono of them slippod
over a low bank and sank in mud up to
ids knees. The other tried to pull him
out, without ftvail. Finally both gavo
it un, and Pythias said:
"I will not leave you hero alone."
Ho got In beside film and they waited
for daylight and a Good Samaritan.
San i runcineo Chronicle,
A Boston man was iirretiteil for rail
g his Hervunt it "reil-heiul." If ho
hinl Kjiokeii of bur lmir us a cnpillnry
NiibNtiineo wenriiiff a roseuto blush like
unto the brilliant hue of a golJon snn
et, ho would hnvo galneil tho applause
of every resident of his city.
Thuiiday Eveniko, Dec. 25, 1884.
Christinas hag passed without snow, but
witb an abuudunce of ico and the mercury
coquctmg with Euro. The Ohio river is full
of heavy floating ice and the, Mississippi
is cloBd fromH-'iiiro to Luke I tusk. ;
The bid weather north and tho Missis
sippi ice has cut Off to some extent tho
source of supply of corn, hsy and oats, ren
dcring them scarce, causing a stronger foo
ing in the market and stiffening in prices
FLOUR Choice, grades cnntinuo over
stocked and dull. Low grades are s:arce
aud in good demand.
uAXme market Is firm and strong
with an upward tendency in prices, all
owing to light receipts and no surplus.
IOUN Firm and scarce. The demand
is good and stocks are light.
UAli -btrong and. active, with good
demand aud only nominal receipts.
1117 . r rt-i , . . . .
jmjwiis ine marKoi rules quiet and
BRAN-Very little doing.
BUTTER Choice finds good sale but
low grades are over stocked and dull.
JtGUfc The market is fully supplied
and rather quiet.
POULT RY Live is very dull. Dressed
Gods good sale but both turkeys and chick
ens are in good supply.
APPLES Firm and unchanged.
GAME All kinds are scarce aud ia ac
tive rt quest.
Sales ana Quotation.
NOTE. The prtr.ea nore jiven are tor ealer from
nrar natina in ronna lota. An advance la
charged lor broken lotam nulnaoriit ra.
Vfl hb'a various gradea.
3 50(35 00
: u ddi crixiCH
O.i bnla lamilv
KM bull enrafuucj
.3 V 9 7ft
care Mrlct prime..
earn gilt edi!t- ,
cure Tow choice
S Ob&IO 10
Scare choice White In bulk S7'
Scare mlxi d iu hulk 35
i cara white in aacka delivered .. 41
8 cars choice wh.teln eacke.
8 car mij-d In bu,k
3 cara choice
lo. 1 Miidltorancan.
No. 8 do
l'O lihla ntv on
310 be Is City
00 poundu country mixed....
8ti uoniida cliolco dulrv
fiOO round fancy e eamerv..
00 pounds choice country...
50J pounda cooking butter ..
. . . . ..M.M . . I
....in lOtH 00
7 OK2KI i
1,000 pounda dreaaed
8 coo pa large ben
.1 fl'&ll HI
i 5 u,2 75
su aoiiun droared .....
Wild dncli mallarda per dos
Wild duck mixed "
u lid turkev oirh
...1 7522 On
.. 7.141 OH
ijnatl per d"z...
i-nlxou addle . .
Kabblta per doss. ,
j-ancv Miinnmu Hon ni x ,....11.1 ..a
i-.u. 1-- . v. m . . . " "v ""I... o Ol
bu.iiuti varieui-a pr noi g rWJ T:
ommou country pud j Ooii9 5U
Choice per buahol
40 n r,o
.... 4 " in
ollthLrn IU uer UUfhel
ro tat out per bbl.,
1 bi H 73
TROPICA L FKC1T'
Orange, per bbl...
Oranve po' box...
7 rVf)B Co
4 1 out r.o
6 C0i43 10
lA'inoni per uox ...
i.noicn per nnrrel J 75 1 on
Choice per btiuel .' . gia,7u
Per 100 cho'ce.
. 8 102110 0
1 . . ......... . .
Fancy Canvaeed Ham ,
. 1 on
1 bualiiil liiirlni
OUIKI) Klil lT.
Oliolce band picked uavy
I'o mn on country
..1 K4I 75
ieatt ! Ill a . .
to to 0
10 to Ml
10 lo it
m to a (hi
75 to t M
taflt J 1..
nt'Kr r pur puuua,.
I to 60
"' m, .,,, 1 00 to t 09
Dry flint choice
J DBl.tiHI ..,.......
UIU.U D"1...... ......... .......,,..
Plum (ireeu ,,
Sheep Het.dry ....r. ,
Dumuijed Hide ',','..'..
('uinuioti liiikja, ,
OflOll lUll ; '
ovi l.i a
$1 T.'ktr,., a
4 llvii ft H
W t 1 M
Hor 1 Leal
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at
.of your rest by a sick child sufl'ering and
VV"K '"iu 01 tuning lectin II so,
send at once unTi get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor , little sufferer immed
iately, Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistiike nbout it. It cuies dysentery Hnd
dianhrr-H, regulates the stomal Ii Hnd bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, in
duces inflammation, and givus tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup forChildren Teolhino,
is pleasant to the taste, mid is the prescrip.
tion of one of the oldest snd best female
nurses end physicians in the United Stutcs,
snd is for sle by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 2,r) cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansn and Texas
Almu.' the lite ol the St. LuiB, Inm
Mountain and Southern Hnlwiiy.Ti ins ni.d
Pxcilio Hallway and International snd
Orent Northern Kuilrnad, are thousands ol
acre of t"6 choicest tunning and grazing
lands in the wotld, ruiffinir in nricu from
t v.uv in toon ami f i.uu per acre, in a
.l 1111 ... mtf 1 .L . ,tn
healthy country, with cliii'ttu unsurnHaaed
for sslubrity and comfort. Send ynur ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised In Arkancss mid Texas,
in IHS'i, and makeup your mind to o uL
see fur ymrs"lf when you learu that tbe crop
i.ir .BBj is ou per cent larger than that of
1882. 'To those purchaRinir Innd owned bv
the Company, and pa) ing one-fourth, one
half, or allctsh, a proportionate rebate is
allowed r.ir money paid for ticket? or freight
over the CVnitianics lines.
II. ('. Townhknd. Oen'l Pass. Aift.
St. Li-iiis. Mo.
617 St, Charles Eu it, LCJIS, 110
V fAirulnr Ornilunro .1. vwn iniullral
coliegi-a, liua lcii ioiiui-i ei-ati ked ill l'i Irra'.-
oiriiinri lin.i.lo, N.rvo im, tUln and
lilonit DlH-aM-tthiiuanvot'iPr ih;'i'lclan II
r.L Luill. af rll v nniMra ifinw ..II. ul p.i.
!nl know. I'liiifiiin Hon ifrt ie 01 Ur u.all
free and liiv,i. A frlemll likoi ,11110111111110
cost 11111I1I11K. When It I l in-i.Touiiiil U vvnll
inernv lor lrfnliu. nl. hihIkmh'. .-an It tent
eyniallorexiireo .vervwhrif. caiabirsann
t uu Him : v, ncre u.moi e'tJ ) 'riuililr
auted. Cull or Write.
Wtrvona Proitratlon, Debldtr, alenu sad
fhyiKal ffe.knea, BercuiM aau tbet
IttertlOiH of Throat, Kklaaa4 Bonn, Ulocf
Impurities and Blond Polionl, 'kla Mm
tlom, Old ire and l'fM, lmpet.lin.aU U
teatloa t. eaaea from evr-rorked tvata.
BTn(ltrALniir:S rerelve aperlTl atteatloiu
DUeaea arMnpt from Impradenre kiceimtj
IndulgeBcei or Eipoauri,
It la irlf.evlilent that a plivelrlan 7ln
articular atinitlon to r. rlati if ravjc attaint
real Iklll. anil iilivili-lani In rrulHP ..-i...f t.-
all over tlie C'liiiili r knowing ililx, friq e'illv
reconimenil en 10 llieolildt oWce le . Ulri
ca whereevery known ai'illance Ii '. Mlrd
to, and the provt.il ifooil riiiiHa :( alt
and ouutrlei rn uteil, A whole l"-nie la
mt-d Inrolhi-t iiir.f-f, and all are treat-.; ltti
kill In a reiertful nianneri and, koow.nf
what lo do, iioexpt-rlrui-iitnarenitile. in ..0
eount of the sn-al nnniU-r aiplrlni', the
charaea are kept low, often lower than it t'e-Bianm-d
liv ol'ieri. If you tecure the ikl I : n
fetaipeeily and iwrteel life cure, that I ne
uiHrliiit imilifr. I'auiphlcl, t pi get. Ujot
to any add rex free.
PLATES. MARRIAGE GUIDE l
Klevant elntli and Rllt blndlim. Healed foi M
fenltln mlnKeor currency. Over lllljr win.
dcrl'ul pen plrl iret. trii to life, arllclef on tie
fijilowliiK auhji'ftti WI10 niy marry r who 11 if
why I'ri'iiera'etoinarri. Who marry fir-',
klanhnoil, Wouanhocnl. I'hrairal deeajr. W .0
elKiuld marry. How life and lia.lne mny it
Inrreaved. Thoe married or eiiiileniplat'
niarrvlnir thmil I read It. IioiirIiI to be real
by allailiilt per-onn, then kept under luck ail
Rev, Popular edition, earn at alwive. hut pa it
cover and SW pagea, t eeuli by wall, t vouai
TlKXltnill nf fm.i nf HmutM Mffllf, mm
Itl and pliyalr.l w.liuv., lull ui.iiI.m.J.ii.
uu. f.atrtin. ilitinuita oriii.iisf-irii.iua.
H'TOIIK lalll, Dial 11 win a.r. ...rr nn.nii.la iu. i,.....u l.
-1.7 ..ii;.r 11 lai pai-Kairr
R 'rl I ol II Mm, ut
K.a,.w. Pa. A. u. Oua,
AliaKCSiS r.1, anil Ii
an mralHhu rvri iur I'llra.
IHoa II. at drupRlala, or
'AN A II FhJ."
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED. PARTS
'I UK HII dAN MOIIV !, ,
l, M It I N J III : Kl . ' Kin,, nan Intrn-
iii'-nt I'iiit mn in i
In reply t
1 w ill t- Un
V'TY lilirlily in'l.ir-rT
vrrt ihit" urn
t'-nli'il t'lfi'il ar -
ivinir iiiijiiri MMilfirw
r.iur. A 1 1 -1 1 1 .M.I .
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A fnvorile preicrintion of one nf ih mn
nriln ami aiii'fA..lnl a n. .... l .l. 11 u
Innw Miredi Inr the cure of Kervnna Iielilllly,
l.ott Mnnhontl, WenUnetmnd lleeny. Sent
In plum tenli-d onvtlopa Kree. llriigumti can till it
Addrosi DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.'
s I III
I'lftf r- twr m mm
OkiVI UN liEA !
hil, IliWitTTM tLiMt hi,, tllk'MO !'
umiaii.il law , 11 mil i,..iiui l-i.
v, h.iYuua, Uuiwiile aaJ hiwrltl dlt
Ini-ahtiilr l. Kaetait dlaaaaat. I ir, i'uf
aiili.H.iii MrtnaalW, nr lia Ifll.r li
H. K.aa la Un nl? .h.lrlii la Hit
HI Him! Wr.Hl. .lit. Mr ..Ml. tit
ttiallliutnltd tM'i.anr l.tiil iiraMritUtat, II tjasiU.
Hied fit ciintt f 'r po'laga
snd rer.i'lve Irue a rnetlv box
nf lionilH wh rh w It hull,
to mnrn mnni'v rlizht tway than itivthlntf idee In
Ihla world. ll. i.f wither sex, nieceed f-nm Srat
htvi', 'l b b-iliil ron I to f irtuue np"tia beforo the
worker, abnolut Ov "'tin. At o.tce ar ilnni
TltUB ACM, ui'Utta, Malno.
The re cti V annual mni'llmr i f ilia atnetihntr1M nr
reiniv raiio i nnn or 1 aim, rnr thu pa'P e
or iMlln. .oven dlntclo wl'l b h -l'i nt tho
ortl ;e f -Hill hank nit Tiwailav, Jt nary l.tth, 1885,
1'iilla up ti nt 1 ii.'oluoi ft in, 11 nd p'01. at 4 n. m
' . ' , II I, MUAY.L'lleli ur.
t'Aiim, III , l)i'0i'in.or U, im.
I'll. H. II, KANK, ol Hit IKOnlnrM
llnlna. aiiw nt... a II.M.a. Hiart.a
ln out tat n hlaiaair ittlpalt tad ntlnlmlt. fur lallia
aialt an viiitnii.ni.iiia Irnui ainlii.ni m..lli-al mat .n.,.H1ratt
au m. aAta, . ,(-. . leoitlita at., In, lark Mf,
TJJNOIN CENT U A I. K. Ii
shortest and tyaictet Rout
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line If unnitiK
DAILY Tit A ISA
Making Dikkot Conneotiox
1'iuiNe Liavi Caiho:
3-CO a in. Mbil,
mvlim In Ht Lome S uo a.m. j t;hlca... a ;S(i p.n.'. .
1 otHHtiltitf at oaiiiand KftuKnem frr Claeia'
nail. Loui.ville, iMilanai.ulit aort pytnte Baat.
H-'B . V"ut St. I.ouU imrf
AIf.lVL"P ",fi B: P.m.. nd tuuuectlk
3:35 p. m. Fuat Kkirma.
Kf,r H. Loult enn Thlca... arrlvlnu at Ht. Lo.'e
9Mp.iu..andCblcaii;:aja. m "-"
3:35 p.m. Cincinnati Kxrm.
Airlvlni? at Cincinnati 7:t0 a. m. i l.outavllle6 M
. m. j liidlaiiapu.u 4 i a m. Paa-etnor. bt
th , . ran, rea. b the ah va poitta lui to 3d
liW Ks in adVHUCo of anv olii. r n uie.
!r7"Tliff 8:3.') p. ui. riurxaa haa PIM 1 ui
BOMCHMU caR tromt'.VrnUuclnwnB'.
an Chicago' Ud ih,i,ith "loepera to btualr
Fast Tirno i'JaHt.
I HSMHrvilN ' a"othfUKli to Kaat.
. ,.1-1 il 1 ,'" Pln without nv delav
:auaed bv Huudav iLtervenlnii. Th. BaUrdiv "la"
moo train fimo Cairo arrive In new York lionVa,
nurnluu at Wilis rhm...i. k ' j"uu
Thlrty-ali hour In advance ol
nv other route,
ly-K"' throtigh ticket aud fnrtt.i iiiloinatloa
'eplr it lllluola Central Kailmad Uennt.l.nir,.
' " - DAN80N. ttun. Fae. Anert. thlcairo
TtJ r MrMi- fiiuMi.,-
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ji a a-.'.
mn 1 inirfr, .ui., m:jt. .mi irrj
THE ONLY SEWifici MACISIHE
THAT GIVES .
rTHAS NO EQUAL"!
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SQ.N.Y. CHICAGO ILL
ST. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA GA.
3 FOR SALE BYJr
NEW llOMK is. M. O.
l"ll Olive Bt.. ST. LOCIS, MO.
I mm- .
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
tiectric Appliances in tent en 30 Diyi I rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YGUM1 0 OLD.
WHO art) inltHrlng from Kcnvoni Patii.trr.
Loir ViTti.iTV, I..CK or K".va roai-i aao
Viuoa, WAiTlHi WtAKHK . and all lhaae dUeatet
of a I'aanoxtfa MtTuna miiltlng from Ani'sai, and
OTiua I'ti'tKt. HihhhIv roller tnd ounniletti ratto
ratlun nf II ati.m. V lima and Manhood uibaktkkd.
Tlwsraniliittdlteoverjr of Ilia Nlnttivnth CVntnry.
Itnd alonoa fur lllutlratud Ptmililtt I rut. Addraaa
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARS AU. rilfiH.
obtained, and a'l Putont Dualncii attended lo, for
M,..,., .n'. loi n.
Our oIll.'M N opttniilte
nil Win an uhtmu I'nt. ni.
Ihn tf. fi Pahi.1 AOIms
and wii ran ohtmn I'at. nta In lout t m , than tnna.
remote from WnatilniMoii,
j.miii nmdiil nrawinu We ailvlaei topttonta.
blllly rroo i.r ch ruoi anil ivo uialca no charge un
li' 1 Hi nt 1 mill red,
xiJ'.1 h?'.v 10 P' m".Ur. the Bnpt.of
Money i rrlor Uly., tnd to (lie 1 fflu ala i f tbe U. 8.
1 alrhl I nice, For circular, ailvii-n. laima .nit rut.
county wrl"!"1 c,luul lu '"ur 0iV0 ,ut M
' P. A. 8N(iW4CO
Oprollo Patent Oftlon, V .ahlnKton, D 0.
eewi i't, pruuialuit) tlccity
tliillct pinprrly ar o.uiwdy
will llml a li.rfei t anil lAtlii
. ia Mriurm mv'a
rMon.tlnn to rub,,.. hoi.I
a hmH I.... . . .
;W.nif ivimko IUN BOLU
pinilli-r aniiuiru ilrui.ir hit 1
-. n-iriinientt. -i 'ilttrrntiutntof
I'll a luii I lli-ril v la illilTonn l
neeettiiu beeante trnfa on pfrfrrt dlmrnnelL
ww line! dlreet nirihoil. and ati-nlnfn ih.J!
iivnneat. run itirnrinatlnn and Trtatlit (rmm.
tldreaa Contiillln I'hnloltn of
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