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AN AUTUMN9 BT. (
a. CUor IA can
Whea the breath of Marhob was een. Thi
rAnd the woode were brown and barse, at
Covered from thermel atr
ainsald bed uFnreen. tis.
Sweet and meet to wreathe your hair, not
If it oely could have been. A
But Love'a heart ard ose were ,trop. an
Aa e etbd sad whhPs low:
Swben the almmer oear bw.
And the summer's swallow throng.
Though a little while be long, on
Me will come at at to know. the
bhe will take our owers and ong. wi
Now erSehIr au ebowaos No
T,at Jbsr bath wrned hist the
Uato falur and dieSgrae
Brooda mbts and besting seows
And ar the rowse
LAf and pe" tafal apece.
And with each a poor hope soe.
JOIB BILLINGS. ty
The Alleed aumerlt on Leeteus and
VrerbMr aklUg. chi
Josh Billings, the famous bhumorist, f
arrived in the city last evening at nine hu
o'clock on the limited express from New
York, and registered at the Monongshela
House. He is making a lecturing tour
througheut the country, and this morn
ina departed for California, Pa.. where
he will deliver his humorous lecture to- ha
night. A reporter caught a glimpee of 'r
him this morning stated on a bench at mi
the Union ttation, musingly watching fir
tbhe people going toand fro, evidently on hi
on the elert for a angestion for a new
humorous story. When approached by U"
the writer he entered into a plearant qi
conversation, prefacing his remarks by
stating that he was out of sort, and had
not been well for some time. "I believe hi
I am breaking down," he maid, "I have p.
been sufering for a long time with gas.- 1
tric trouble and catarrh. I thought I "
would give my annial series of lectures ym
as uual this year, that my health would di
improve itf I moved around, but It's no I
me. I am afid I will have to give it
"What Is the nature of the lecture?" w
"Oh, it's the some I have been on the O
road with for thirty two years, the'Pro
btAblthti of Uk' Each year I change
the name of it, that'sall. It is mo fll of
pointe that the people who hear it laugh,
and belore I come around again they w
have forgtten most of what I have told
the, and don't know any better when
they hear the same tnny things again.
I make it a pint to give the leture so
et that it would be rather dimcfu for
my auditors to remenber all I may. I
expect to keep on delivering it a long L
as I ie, and expect this to be the lat
thing I will do."
"You have been writing nearly all your
lb, bae you not?"
"N, I didn't do much adl I was 40
years of age. Iamnow 8 yearsold, so
I have been writing coastantly for over p
tweanty de years. I havebeen writing
Sr the New York Weekly for eighten t
year, nd have never mised a week g
n I seat them my Ant half column. a
Humorous writing is now almost played
out. People haved o much oft that 14
they are tired of it. I don't think I will v
do much more special work. The lany a
book buslner ba been overdone. There I
is menre y i an ala . And, by a
the way when I wrte my"Josh Billings c
I Almname" in 1800, the first
puebliher I aoeed it to, thought it was a
no wood, and would not give me even c
60 fhrit. He made a malae though
uo t l 0, I eirtJ t p0 ; on it.
mCkhuave evidenc of its worth, is it
=o TYa. th alsansam lake better than
a hamorn s book would nowadays." I
"You were located in Plsteberg Sr a
saort time a number of ears ago, were
ycIs wil aicenlataed in Pltw
StI years ag . About that time I
tamsrtes . I ws infrom the No t t,
to auperlatead the bidig of it. Ae
wrd I acted asealn, sad ran it one I
ew Yok empay,.wn. or'ihmiaed
en Wail tmestot up the cheme merey
to ll the a aa geot out ofthe cornm- I
pay fer ocktliag a nice m. The
id au to nm outhn s n pa ure. I
aheame was unmasca were
badly lef. I knew aohig o their
badam when they eusyd me, and
soon after let b at.
I hme given It veiry itde attention.
All.knW a tha the onl7 thigthat
wlla mx Wd wit hsL w .lrns i
hkow whetraI a Demoat or
S I did not vote either ticke
a tell anythin about what the Szstu
Sje Ity wyol whn I cams toIn
Ieoe back to our l ital matter
- tO` st.yle of humed"
~ w wa bs be on aten it
rav h no lattle tmd_ o whee
toi. Abouteeryie had been L.
ebv somebody or another. The msl
a s wee a masma/ with .Aetmm.
art-te probibllitaee were it would
net be with anybody ashing to emncaed
am. Qualat o bus bean the lead
eh tern htmead ep eih to ther
braches. In the abssnac osemthih g
desu s is were. Th quaint witand
wisdos ci the ela4np w ld take with
the aAml e rt a h mn Etad wh
Ae the i apprea don ofb thm qal
Mm. while the pemilar esthepalph
aadke with the romainder. I was
a seat E ad ormbiation gatio
en the dews advanhs agsnt weould cal 1t
S eorted to breaue itpaid, nad
hau bea adhesedto rthmea melaLo
wah ii. asww wm a ,r me -
. he mast date of Ivmntronof nuger
is.lestin te mist of . e. Howeve
ugair ismld to have been known to the
(Ilass three thannd years ago, aad
there is not mach doubt but that the
cbba ure othe aratcle was carried
aen-ajr the thi dymasy two hundred
A mitsau dlaI Sr priority has been
made for lis. P.babky the Hindoe
-rs, th. st fem the Chines, aad
luaIdis the knowledge w carred
V. hrL ee huadred ad twenty years
. 'AnIn emit s Nenrehus with a
~* W the Inra d to axplore
~k llL~u~; -~b/ tllbltLO6
(sugar) which the Asatics made from
cane, without any assistance from bees.
This was the earliest ides the Western
nations had of sugar; the Jews, Egyp
tians, Babylonians and Greeks knowing '1
nothing of its use. no
As late as A. D. 150, sugar was pre. ries
scribed by Galen, the famous physician, imn
as a medicine. Before the discovery o nd
America sugar was luxury, sed only
on rare ocasions. During the wars of s
the Roses, about 1455, Margaret Paston, chil
wife of a wealthy country gentleman of pre
Norfolk, wrote to her husband. begging "]
that be would "vouchsafe" to sind her
a pound of sugar.
As late as the year 1700 all England it t
consumed only twenty million pounds ula
in the course of the year, but since the it is
consumption has greatly increed.. twen
ty million hundred-.weight now being a
used by English people. The proceof f
refining was nt known in England pre- the
vious to 1650, That was probably an in- m
vention of the Arabs. A Venetian mr- ,
chant learned the secret from the Sara- eve
cens of Sicily, .nd sold the art for one sev
hundred crowns. American Druggist. woi
HEr T L To; WMERE GOOD. COE
Where hse ISght of lve sade gam Almst
UIIaa * ry. the
"Of course I have no objections to your ed
having a beau, Jennie," said a fond fath- se,
f er to his marriageable daughtPr,"but you ott
t must not keep him so late. Keeping a vic
tire running all night lengthens the coal s.j
a bill, you know." gai
s "That is true, pr," gurgled the fair girl, abi
b Ubut I had thought of that, and conse- rat
,t quently have been very economical with i,
the gas. The sainin the sga will offset an
the additional expenditure in coal, and
I must do George the justice to say that P'
ehis views entirely coincide with mne in wl
pe raticing economy in the matter of thi
"You bolish pirl," said the father,
"how little you know. Let me inform a
Syou, my child, that the asa bill never on
d diminihec, no matter how little you th
"Still you must admit, pa, that my in- JO
itentions were good."
"Certainly, my child. Kiss me and sti
we'll say no more about t." Boston t
- Never WashTher aces. i
r When a woman confesses that her to
really beautiful face has not been wash- t
h, ed with soap and water for six years, the hi
l writer's ears are pricked up, and her w
Id eyes open like pumpkin blossoms in F
S"No, no, I never wash my face.
1 Wouldn't have a skin fit to be looked at a
r if I did. But John don't know it. My m
I sakes live, he wouldn't live with me if
She did. for he is clealiness itself. Tell
you what 1 do: First I rub myself all
over with a dry towel; thn I take a li
r sponse dipped in glycerine, diluted with s
Florida water. That soothes the skin b
0 and smaks down into the pores. After
that I go over my face, ears and neck bi
o with a cloth wet with bay-rum, and I
r polish up the skin till it fairly glows
g with color. Now comes the difficult
a thing. You see the akinh as nap or
Sgrain, just like a piece of satin or cloth,
. land. of course, if yourubthefuthe
d wronrg way so much beauty of texture is
at lest So I gata piece of chamois and B
ll work the skin down until it is smooth w
y and heslthy-1ling as yon see it now. tl
re Butletmetell you onething. I think ,
by my complexion is due as much to the ii
II take of my digestive organs as to k
ythin ee. I dket myslf so that my t
s system operated with the regularity
an of clock work." Chicago Tribune. h
2. Orions at 0fi on Lu6s
it BRed Bird, sn old chief of the Mandan a
laIndians, visited the city of Mandan, a
a I)Dkota few days inece, and in an ma
ra terview with a Pioneer reporter told the
we following legand of the bhd landa:
"Many hundred years ago what is now 5
e thebad lands was a high plain or table
to land, covered with rich pastures and
to Irs abolnding in all kinds of game. A
They were the favorite hunting groundsi
e of all the tribes who anully came to t
Sparticsipate in the chase and procure the
d winter supply of meat--the calumet
grounds, where all could meet in com.
he mat, ad the bloody hatchet was buried
ra as in the famed Pipstone Valley in
he Minseota, where all nationes of the red I
Smea could meet with no enemy to me
aiest or make them allshd.
-d "But Baily a eree montin trihbe of I
many theousads took posemiom of.
Sthes med hating grounds, driving
ad keepnlg all other peole out. Many
Snatile attempts were made to disodge.
them without avai Many lives being
Slest in the numermosa battle for their re
a a eslat Oqndlof all the tribes of
r the L was alle, sand their mtdidine
ket men ordered to invoke the Great Spirit
Sin their behallf
Et* elSra ltad tdtoem , applyiag rt of
In their msdieuae men, the Great Spirit
heard their my ad shoolk the earth
wlr ith wath. Thearth became darken
od, emsosad are bekhed dorth fee
;i, tbhe, a, theii ,viri _taias lhed
use sa~d thed er rel and horna
-* taelarsank yast tse n pheavedto
a the sky Theesmth s r ad fell ike the
_ heave.o ala storm-tomed oaan, buryinag
S1aell in one common ave. Towering
d battm addesolutioa marked the spot
Swhere ones stood the fthis plai. Not
eone a, woman, or child was leit to tell
Sthe talo of ther tribe ofthe mon-l
S*d tae who had .rr tae anger of
Great s8pirit, learving these Bad lands a
ig momameat to his wrath."
rith 6fusband," said Ms. Smith the other
who night, ing her eyes aignisasntly upoe
the t year old jple of the haly, "I am
s aflaid yea will have to earrsct Johnny;
tin, he has hes a bad ey this afernoon."
Hit. bd, ig oveor his paperi.
." "He took bhie swlck rooster oever
to Mrs. Jones'. and Tom Jonmesgot out
his black p aiad they let tra poor
creatm uresht r more than hour.
6 whipped?" Ma*n(Gs)Telgrph.
othe A smly ed She 3egalslas
ad The 17 yeareld-grl who annually cats
the her Ather's entire crop of whest and
r med wows ten acree ofgrim lives in Doerin
red coaunty. This year, besides performing
these aricultral labore, she has"eet no"
be with a 8helbrne store derk three nights
loa week, read seven coatinued stories in
ad the weekly amiyjournal, attended four
rried daday school pies. sat the dor on
eas twenty*nine tramps and Ue of a
chetrty tree. And yet asoe crnky editor
th cotinim to propoued the mnadram.
mos "What ean women do." Walkerton
Og. (Oat.) Herad.
S Be s teetbse eshg
The smial veiolun e tems Masters who whil
Hsave rTo*Lod it. 19
"Musical culture is in the air. It could writ
not be otherwise with two conservato- ters
ries, the classical symphony concerts, the x
immense amount of newspaper criticism this
and the hundreds of teachers all about afib
us. Young parents want their little plail
children to be educated, according the
present standard, and so it goes."
"But the violin playing," said I return
ing to my first theme. "How Lappens
it thathatat instrument has become so pop- I
ular with even Bostonladies?" "Because ti
it is the kin go! instruments, and because ery,
a girl looks charming when she plays it." low
After this I said no more, but recalled mec
the fact f.r myself that fifteen years and Piei
more ago, when Camilla Urso enraptured g
everybody with her delicious playing, Dis
several young ladies began to think they tier
would like to play the violin too, and ava
consequently the amount of scratching oni
and squealing their families were oblig- mot
ed to endure was enough to have driven Me
them insane. One Boston girl delight- E
ed societ: with her graceful playing for umr
several seasons to the exclusion of all
other performers, but as the Eichberg o
violin school grew in reputation and its it d
Sscholars began to appear in public and itv
gain laurels and money at home and net
abroad, amateur violin playing became phl
rather dangerous unless the performer
was an exceptionally pretty girl. The-e
amateurs went to Mr. Eichberm, who im
t proved their tone and style, and now
when they have little boys and girls of
f their own they insist on their learning bui
the violin, too, just as much as their
arithmetic and geography. More than A
one genius has been delveloped under fle
n the Echberg triunng. His pupils go
abroad to have fnishine lessons from b,
Joachim to find they have been in
d structed in the best German school of an
n the violin, and the polishing they re
ceive is rather from art association than
from actual knowledge or anything more of
u to learn. It is study, study, study with 'f'
them then. I heard at Mr. Eichburg's
house last Sunday evening a young girl 'i
)r who is a pupil of Leonard, the great $
n French master of the violin, and who
has returned home for a little visit be- N
Sfoe entering on the final two years of f
Lt ninterrupted study required before Pe
y makiag her debut in public. She is
now in her 16th year, and when only 6 sat
1 years old began to have lessons from fi
Mr Eich ber. She Was a mite of a wi
thingthen and used to stand with her
a little violin tucked under her chin
h scraping away with all the fervor of a
born artist. 'o one supposed she would
r make musicher creer, but necessity has isi
k brought out the genius and some day *
I if her teachers and friends are not much
ra mistaken, she will join the ranks of the
It great violin virtuosos ofEro. go
r An immeanse change has taken place
b, in the public taste for violin playing
ea within a fewyers. Do you remember ?r
is when the public want mad over Ole Pe
id Bull and his "Mother's Prayer?" He p'
Swas considered a great prayer, but in
. the new light we regard him as a sen- do
k estional one, a person of much magnet
e ism, a nash of splendid stature, who
to knew eiouh to button his coat and I,
my throw up hs head and rase his elbow o,
t so the audience could see the back of he
his violin. That caught the popular
feeling, and people who regarded catput
as horrible and fiddlers s natural tor
a ments would howl and clp their hands ut
Sat the tunes he played. Ole Bull was
not precisely a charlatan, but he came
very near it. He could appreciate clas
Ssisal music, but he also appreciated a
money and when he founi the untutor- ft
w ed puDic liked his "M ther's Prayer"
and the "Last Bose of Summer," he let
it have them, and shook his mane like
a Norwegian-pony and showed his
e. Apollo-like guis more bttoned up than
ids ever. He died rich ad mch rnespctd
and his agresbl, widow live out in
the James BRussell Lowell house at Caom
he bridge, and bis brother-in-law is to a
et marry a daughter of Mr. Longfellow. a
SAfter the Bulls went to Cambnadge to
live and were the near neighbors of the
ellows moiety opened wide its
in doors and have welcombed Mrs. Bull
rd ever smince. But the Ore Bull style of
o violin pi is dead and buried with
him. Wilhelm with his magnifcent i
of tone ad ebroad, solid style; Wieniawski,
of who thrilled as all wit his mild grace I(
ing ad brilliant phrasing, have been hemr
my and taught us much in the an of good
ge and true music. There have been others
li who have starmed in the concert room,
ri- but they have left no impres. no a en-I
aof tire, opened no new vein of ambttio
is ech as these maters have done. TheI
lrit reldent orhebtral art violinists whoe
me occasionallyo oloists in the annert
la roomtaIludeome fine plaers, eas,
arnt edby his followers. &Bstontcor. Albany
uan- - ----- --
bed A £4aP1. Cawi.
an- "Where were you when the first shot
wa ssredn askedan Austin layer of a
lug female wltnes in a shooting serape.
ring "I was lying down on the sofa."
t "And where was rour husband?"
"le was lying down on the bek pgal
"-- "And where wera your children?"
ro "The were all lying on the bed fast
sA ty oher members of your family
Not that I know o but if my brother
Shabd been there he would bhave been ly
ing down in the court house. He is a
po lawyer like you." Texans 8iftaingp.
nny; A happy combiastion of bet Grape
" Brandy, 8mart-Weed, wamaie Ginger
spar and Cmphuor Water, as found in Dr.
Pieree's Capound Extract of Smart
oer Weed, cares cholera morbuts, diarriea,
L oaut dysentery or bloody-fux,eolic or crmps
por in stomach, and bri sk up coldw, fevers
." ad inlammatorv attacks.
Vhuels Uern s.
'"What reo the ;,roduc' of Kentuckyr
asked the teascher.
'uts "Tobackel!" ye!le.d hrtl', .anmy.
and "What lse?"
en "Whisky' yelled Tommy.
ul.ng "What else?"r'
taIe" "Kurnels!" yelled Juhnny. Indiana-
ghts polls Times.
1four a -bto take ofott rs an
-itor 1LhsJuiut ls mu a asle or Yat
am. hleIvwer, dnera er D oweIt
/asla kade beasub. Aaa m tmo theseal are
__in1 I t dre4til m y e the ier I ad
The Trouble sfolely Over. Dr.
Stomach trouble is serious business
while it lasts; but what a blessed relief stan
to have it depart! Mrs. F. G. Wells, of 21
19 Atlantic street, Hartford, Conn., situs
writes that she tried Brown's Iron Bit- or' P
ters for stomach trouble, and that she era F
experienced such relief that the trouble
is now entirely over. She recommends
this great iron medicine to all who are Wh
afflicted. It cures liver and kidney com- wom
The vice that never sticks to younge We
In 1here a Care for Com UmptiUont nl
We answer unreservedly, yes! If the
patient commences in time the use of ,so
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discos- work
ery," and exercises proper care. If al-fro
lowed to run its course too long all
medicine is powerless to stay it. Dr.
Pierce never deceives a patient by hold
Tug out a false hope for the sake of pe
cuniary gain. The "Golden Medical
Discovery" has cured thousands of pa
tients when nothing else seemed to
avail. Your druggist has it. Send two
stamps for Dr. Pierce's complete treatise
on ccnsuuaption with numerous testi
monials. Address World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Buffalo. N. Y.
Reading that is bad for the eye--Vol
r ume of smoke.
,* * * Bau. reatment or stricture
often complicates the diiease and miakes
it difficult of cure. The worst and most
inveterate cases speedily yield to our
1 new and improved methods. Pr.m
e phlet, references and terms sent for
two three-cent stamps. World's Die- "j
.penary Medical Association, Buffalo,
e N. Y.
Snumd LeoIc by FAP.
,Fore makes a point never to pay his
butcher's bill. "Why," he says, "it I
id for beefsteak, for instance, it would
mine, and I should be loath to eat it.
n A man does not care to dine off his own
rt flesh and blood." Boston Transcript.
Pretty as a riclers. Twenty-four
Sbeautiful coolors of the Diamond Dyes, fnor
Silk. wool. Cotton, &c., 13c. each. A cild can o
use with perfect success. Get at once at your
f druggirsts. Wells. Richardson & Co, Burling
t Humility, sweet as it may be as a trait
re of character, may degenerate into vice
hif not upheld by self-respect.
Wisely Adepted by tDarymen. It
r The adotin by most of theb promainent P
dairymen and farmers of the United States
atof the Improed Butter lor b y Well
o Rbrdon & Co., urlingtcr, Vt.. Is a pro
of their wisdom In a busines point of view.
e- Nearly all winter better is colored In order to
mae t marketable, and this color is the best. It
of laresrd to purity, strength permanence, sad
re perfection o tint.
" He that's not handsome at twenty.
6 strong at thirty, wise at forty, rich at
m fifty, never will be handsome, strong, -
a wise or rich.
in Onil Speenatlon.
To bu Petroleum on a margi Is to s ble,
to buyPetrol lethe, shape of . Carcie
Ide worl d hair restore and dresser
as legitimate business, and should be encour
e There is nearly always a bustle in dry
u leved by Brown's Bronchial
ar . A sple dffecstual remedy. su
Is perior to all other artloes for the same pu9
e pose. Sold only la ze
in To preserve peaches whole keep a bull
n dog in the orchard.
SWithoeaut a Sor.
ofhair in Its cr ooe At
d the rain- The reaper.
ne rtt ar o Lauds. Io olerado.
sad acre treats. Lw Prise. Long
Teomr atno u . rs.de t . Address
Dr- for p euatic is , . n aIron psuita. o.d
let The original Boone companion was
e Daniel's trusty rifle.
ed T's Voae f 8 o., ou Mershell. U ,
oesto eand thereeobralsd ao VOiRt
,1 ,Banuta and other 3 fml1C Ata WL aN..e
in- tri fotbhirty days, to men, (routng or .d.f
to aied rith nerorus debility, lof vtalty
andumalhoodad all kndrd troub. lo
ohe n hath, viror and maiaroi agaranoted
iy o riosk s Incurrd. a t lrtra -strlt i al
mul. Wrte thm hi t fruss iwuar
ith When betrothed levers sing, it is mun
nt ic by the nned.
y as asm le, a Ye o k City.usvi
ani* g and ~·5hOI
aau A AME Iat a ocR of or miluor
the basS. eese easrsu aaael vas
ryairoud to' SuI &k Fsrfo.ea lvbtl.
re IS5teIeyU mewa Hotel thin'ti
shot feledLe o wear ist.bltv
ger .lly. _
£ rta -' aNle .lo ar etnerg mor
A, ia, n bt oAmrab ad suit
Dr. J. Bradleld: Dear 8ir-We have for for the
at wholesale and retail, and in no in
tan0e, so far as our knowledge extends. have
they failed to rive satisfactlon. We have
sold more of your Ktoulator than of all other
similar remedies aombined. We regard Pry
or's Pile Ointment one of the best; and Moth
er's Friend we know to be true to its distlnc
tire title, "The Mother's Best Friend."
LAMAR. RANKIN & LAMAR,
Wholesale Druggists. Atlanta and Macon, Ga.
Treatise on the Health and Happiness of
Woman mailed free. t
BEADFICLD RxoEUr.ATOR Co.,
Box 28, Atlanta. Ga.
Meaemln'e Pertrntsed Beef Tonic, the
only preparation of beef containini its entire
arinuuspro., rttes. It cont:ut.s bl,l.nd-making,
forcce-geneauin and ltl-eustaiLning prolert iCs:
Invaluable for ludiges-un, J.yspeps.is, ,nerv
ous ro.stration and all -ormsot general debilo
ty; alo. inallenfeeblecuiilnditions, whetierthe r r
resultofexhaustion, nervous prostrmation.over
work, ,r aouteduisease, crtalarly if reslting * i a
from pulmonary oompiain_eW Yorksw. ý Sold
ANP D Co. PropriieiS. New . tS by
g- t IermCrempkleat.
sel., Et**. Et**
Ie It easa eT e Pl rt Deep, amg -
rhich may n wrsatld Is AR "n
.u l, 331M i ii, 31WC1IH, Kic, te
it oelsmss al syse tm treaho suy. as a.
at PUBIPFIR OF ITU BlOOD p
It is not as latoieating beverage, nor as
It be sed aMs meh, by reson of its Catlrti e
ad Preprtiss. e
PRICoLY AsH IVTES .o* h
sole Propriectas, t
IT. LOUIS AND KANSAS CIY. a
e tThos - ol i abintag hame bet asi
he a , me n with pure
no sre itt m aehoveradsden ary e
S d elinesn wrappe7fr lrae ofrti e ~ol
Itenriches and purifies the blood. stinulst***
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S-eptaids the aO moation of food. e
f el and Belching. and strength
,, t *.*.etu**er andt" nere
f : ti Ioflli a * -,
orInr Fevs assitude, Larlk e
M 'irgy, hae., It has no equal.
1 The genuine has above tmf delnmal tlr
nlit . e * ******3 end --, ,-t ll
Lino All these aintc Cmala
Sid ' C md Wsahlaeass a as.esmms
·-lfon ssen s te of *tsss
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, astarliy am brad _ u.rniie-is!. 1.m
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2 Ixl'IOMhY ibbWiU urdi t ·h5Ia
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chanuce er oaem.i Ad. 1). Baow, Mgri., bidalia. a
• IDW TELEGRAPHY 0r SHORT-HAND and
TYPE WRITIO here. Situ.tions fur a:
aleiabe Address Valentlne Brea. Janeevall. Wi
i·o TrL"_- :t C'hmr o furl: ""':' name,. 1 l
ladea, l. Pud-e, N-w I" .n tnf bs P.U. ('t -
Ntelle awake A.,' I
are maltlnt frmll a I11'
to et2, p ir m1onth1
elUn· the original
MISSOURI STEAM WISHER.
p','*'t )~1~Q dd.hl. A nw ,rinet J ein. o Clothe,
SE.r 'r. nlttn and 11,.,"h. Made of metal. C, trol
ef r.'.rl:.-v Rt,.·n wIi.t for terms and elreulare.
il1i !o. STt41 W4h IUIR (t.. rSgS.3LsIU.3LlAs.".
': I. 1(1. i'T. ItU t .tbll:It O.. 1t &5 1a t.e 0., bsms _
In every town can obtain an Illo'
trated 4S pagoe Story Book as a
I-MAS PRESENT FREE
Send S twocent stamps to the Pub
Ilshers of the best of alu the BOYS &
ourU xagaznes.WIDK AWARE,
d get lnastrtioln AT OaCL
D. LOTYBRO & CO.,
SU Franklin St., JBor, Mlas.
l I. inEA:, El'S throughout the World
Gold Iledal Paris ExposIlon, 1 87R.
R. U. AWARE
Lorllard's cl Plug
7 1earlng ared tin thg; that Lorilltti
W 1m Leaf ne cut,: that torintu
:t,%) (Clippinao. ant that Lorltlard's t isaac. ".
To Elt broidter Crazy uhlts
get Itrain.er. (id A rAlltrngl l' a ctor ends
called "Waste Embroidery sold at lees than
tntif pric. 4o'cents will buy what would cost
SOnte o)nllar In skelns, all ugrim sllk and bea.ut
uI telorsi. inl iect s frotm. ne t three yardsl
.I11g. et'n' 41a .ct ts in 1)ta1i.t" n1 1a- 1l Lte to
'IernIyit iS'Ng ttt & AIt'.I uN,N4 iO.
6t1 ]eark r e h e i .pn a, a.
tLIathve o lat nre c hot s alsealeb
ithes, with of the wor ,300 itrallonti
. .hola picturallcry. din a wholeagle
sricopdiree to a:meyrs od all rood for
oi the exact, -- nts. et of er
ferti:. you u.e, drine
.ei wear r:, or ba~e fun
a whol The ipicturegllery. noalahle
bookscontoin information leaed from
a cpdi Free to suddrs on ll goods foreceipt
jmial or lfamily une.
of the poste-8 e. Let o hear
erythingyou use , drink.
the market. f tspe world. We will mail
foul you. l l cspetttlly,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
r+? a4. " tr r -h Lrenr.s hiteate. h
A STINGLE FACT
-16 Worth a 6Ship-Load of
i WA eabity that two members of my
oimmeiaste thfal, after having snered To
maNy reae fro meastral tmregularity. and
ham been treated without benedt by va
rpa6 medical deetors1 er at 0Ltb coin
Sl ued's Lee gnulaser.KU sl entt ý·such
a be call.ed "Wo taa e M nl
W... Davis, of EltIewa, Ala.. wrtere
" ave ted Bradaeld's 3agslater *ztesve
ir in my practise with eatim weeen. It t I
re not aaspedthe It a m eI ae thla bolle
t Treeties on the Etalth ad tEeppiaeau .
m' aza ilsdr.eatte oaat5.
ViltlDlf\ M tiB.
INST YA!ZBflOeLT MA2
Ihgey.ur b7Ieid nUmm . Illu3tl . 6U(23U'ea.h V).. hemr,
2 to $6,0 FOR the USE of YOUR NAME.
No Blanks, No Charge for Tickets, No Premium Less that '2, and from
$10 TO $5,000 Each rI, 10,00
An roatrely rel:able, legal and bqstantial propiti in. made by the most pop
Ilert Fially Newspaper in this coentry. the old. reliable. sotilI
Wa hidh tor yeat'r f nHtIIInUOUs pub
CHCIcNATI FI nMJI Il:icR.h t W Eatlon& haseL ul11 t, e very,.r. m
I I lnmwd to • te .ubll. a w - .. must nt nfounded with n Irnln
m hroom publication gotten up to beac some quf stionablo lottery or other schme.
rC, a t R oA R urNDT ' "WaitianfortheVerdict
CT S"m ' GRAVING Pl0lrId U
Ihin rin : The exp It reoresent the walti room of an belllsh Crimina
n earnings of a paper wit r. where e opedthe father nd mthe
e irution will a he wife str and two prattling babes of the priFor
ae asa follows: R PTI ho ison trial for hi life. The frrighbtened, anxious
r . $1000fro tad gonised ela loa of the older member of the groop
oerteing. oilchlesper issue t the in happy faces of the little ones who ai
rate of le. a lHe per 1110 t alosesius of their father's awful peril. form a
atlon. or a$1 Tline for 100. a oehnl and interesting subject for the skill of
forlr issues t is printed on eavy plate. with India pe
EXPENSES: II .nt. 3430 inhee in, ,si. Pe will pa 10h ftr an
*p., for papera ptlta. ti egravig purchased at retai f or than
ot. etc.r: $10 per tsage. t . ct Mnot bh secured fr less eoxcept through this offer
0000 Preiua rav ery future ubscriber to dte F srus' La nBo
S a re a cpy by Ilosin .whe he e his name
Ik. inWe ntals. 00-total prepaoot, expres and proen peeklng or spa.
81. Leaving the i ett rby . we h oontraoted for 10,a -00
r of I4M4.d00 tlng cost of Americtn plate
fourths of this NO CEARGE P0
ibrad o t ofeae 1 NOT T.
pe' hw 100,000 cihreUIIt. If it Capital Premi m t9s i cpital Premium.....
but 10,O they w.uli pas ctapl Preminm 1.0911 5 Prom's of 10 each
U10. a line. Therefo ore, eve Capital Premium1 1.0 lPrem's of $1 each
igbeeriber. aII rp yata c -r-er ýpi' ..nemium 1M0 10.0 Prom's of $lehb 101.
apdives ng1,iworth Capital Premium 200 L .80Prem'sof Peach 179.
e l We propoae to keep i N 10 cra Premtrlums, Agwyatina Os 1 ,@i
Soar share and In the above list all are CASH Premiums, of whi
car subscribe the . ]'t are M14 of 63 eaOh, and ranging from the
wie wll have ntto 63,00-o CM $Prerrejo EVERY GubTikr
u it Ler girinlea bhto sles than 2 a
00($20In Premiums. It Costs lNobody Anything to SubscribO,
This ia Praemiums.
actis ad nvolaes no nci the isubription price willl be dedueted when t
S an tod lk met od e s ae pei ium Is paid and ubscrlptiol beolg-fAiW
excuse fur efoering "num wuks.
: "awrngaw" '"arls.?i HAT PREMIUM WILL I GET?" SEND) u
Pt o to ake d awd find owt. tmmedlitely on rreIept of your let
witsl our sbaerlb of a r we will end with the Premium En. rn
n iable share of he velope containin an order for the amount of
the iU Of ther nae mes Premium tbhat will be due y .u, rnd there will
h aclbprg will weer. waiting or uncartaintl.
SPrce NTeed be Sent, and no Charge for Ticktetas.
TSsrn m u asp pMda tivo tbat h will display she prlan oma.
e all hew and whers he aseorad ai. Pesively tat muhst b O. Rm wnrglo dowill h h then .tarei 54
- i ab l hs, ad ae sa tw t il 6a1prd b so of whi4ch to fai the esit Premvim idepend n' P he lint
oscritaeir. Thechrg5d,* 4 e.. on th. E.n - mula n hare nothing iodio wila the .ntiirht'r..Itiu' 'i . . rmt
ret e rc t. e teltnl r 1, an ,ch in. o t rse o npra '"in . m-n l i, '. name, wir ll ie eierrl utr( t-Ir I "m Or
air ai ioltal. Ilh c a far Ih .irnni C a r , aat ,l. h . PremiuS l '"I. r- ,r "
he Caital Cash 'rcatrni willt ple-ate toletata, At nr Ir ialr-a i . i "eknowl ..lniiL! I si. t aL l i w u I aI
S replit ,l for era!rltl trr e c ar n ae whe re 1-tar not .,r rtr $-1
I rea from the ward *to f .-,u se : u - r,,n :a tir*'a- And -IS . , f.rr t, a
eItD T i unh. l, vgii wll tw enttliti" . t ~ inp l tjtr o ti g bt lOliriuir not in I . la. , ht
lrs-for there are lank. we epet ... riie thl rn r iu t- lg, 90e in , 6 a 1, 1 . tl o . 5
tm.ao e fa . ri yu a tink. jonrpt r.,t.at rfrtnr-e1 then din't wait Iot I mIt a,,k , mni. ant:,'"t ,ý . i-"' '"ni
n TO-hAY Address att littes hi ltlt~hSERt I.ElIfiE, tinc~nu"u· ri'"w0
nawepo in that Jt4
. trl mehlas; tha -'ri-.n' ; ' - ..i
vaslebla. Notin en Eartl will
henS lay like thu A.KE HENS LA'
o ii -Ier. le. nte tlnWtotft-I to ach plnat odfei. It will aleo prevent and l ni
CH C KEN C ..HR , ttto.le.a r. l u!v er here, l r n:-en by il1
CHICKEN CHOLERA cent , - ..an .. fe.tised itn "large nt1
I %pie 1; ym~ail.9staNrcNars set rsn.L L S. JOSON s CO., State. e
Woila's Sbuierla g tnil Relief.
Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing
you to feel scarcely able to bte on your feet;
that constant drain that i- taking from your
system all its former elasticity: driving the
bloom from your cheeks; that 'onlltnual
strain upon your vital forces, rendering you
irritable dad fretful, c in easily ti remo~ed by
the use of that marvelous remedy. Hop Bit
ters. Irregularities and obstructicins of your
system, are relieved at once while the special
cause of periodical pain are pernuamently re
moved. None receive so much bentllt, and
none are so profoundly gratefTl,. and show
suobh s interest ill recommending Hop Bitters
A Postal Card Sto ly.
I was affected with kidney and urinary
"For twelve years !"
After trying all the doctors and patent
medlecines 1 could hear of, I tuste two bottles
And I am perfectly cured. I keeplit
"All the time!" res.lectfully. B. F. Booth,
Saulsbury, Tenn.-May 4. i1ll.
IBRlADFORl,. 1'A.. 3lay r, Is75.
It has cured nme of several disease s. such as
net vousness, sickness at the stomach. monthly
troubles, etc. I have not seen a s.ek day in a
year, since I took Hop hitters. All umy neigh.
bors usethem. 3Mts. FANNIE: GKtEN.
'A tour to Europe that cost me $1.,lp. done
"me less wood than one Ibottle of Hop Ilitters:
"they also cur dI my wife of itltte.n years'
"nervous weakness, elee lessnsc landi dys.
pepela." I. M.. Aulburn. N. 1.
o. RrI.coNrMt.I;Vol... ().. May 1. ;.
Stin--I have been suffering ten years. and I
tried your Hop Bitters. and it done nme more
good than all the doctors.
We are so thankful to sa y that our nursing
haby was ;permanently e :reed ot a dange'rous
and protracted constipation Ind ttrre(tg:airity
of the trowels tby the use of Hop Ititters by3 its
mother, which at the same time resturedt her
to IN rfeet health and strength.
--The I'arents, lochester, N. Y.
I-"None genuine without a bunch of green
lHops on the white label. Shun all the vi!e,
Imi'onous stuff with "Hop" or e Hops" in
nPIUM l aidoa Ull t( Lan.
(GELTS WANIEI) for the best and Fastest
Belliog Pletorial Booksand Bibles. Pr resr.
uced 3 per cent. NAT. Pan. Co.. Slt.Lou ls. MH
snTarS staie auxta
,. rw... ,. trdl r..\-- I4 -
THuE ONLY TRU
nItw i~l~ and enrich the mQO@O regulate
SL d r.KnT . and I n ToonR TH
B k y i ad I .09 ITN nI nlt these
diseases reilrtrigr gacertraiand efmclen TONIC.
espc laly ystr petsia,IWantof Appette. sdlse
d tlon. Lack of dtrenlte, etc.. Its ure is marked
With timmediatle and wodlerfiulr results. Itones,
a muscles and nerves rereve new forte. Enlives
Sthe mintd and supplies itratllt P.wer.
4. r L D aI-arnrerrig iromu slt l.'nlalt
SL n - potnlla[- to their wx wiltnd t
m. a sa fte ,lid .spedy
M 1. Itst er a a rlemt ..n' healthy com plexlon.
at elaaterfelttht hlar e oily- taIIded t to ithep. ttO mI
tt ofthle orial. If ve erlestrtly delre hrnetL
tlnot experitment--rt tire (ORIGINAL AND Bst
bear addeteThe tbr. Hartee Msda s
1, Iu., fow our "DELAM Y
snf oua, and usful inormaties. 15.
O n.M in'5 In. TosIo s son BAkL aM Ar
Art Rueoa 2o osoina Ewat1a.
ST. I.. N. U. No. 292.
V 'c . t sthg to ALvoteera Wt.oe that yeo
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