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se chill wave laps the marble stair
Where oftthe foot of pride bath stept,
'Round colun no towering high in air.
And crumbling arch with carvings rare,
O'er Nrr-grown wall and turret fair.
The tangled vine bath crept,
Weird voicesin the palace ring.
Wan shadows flit across the wall:
Thro" chambers once the haunt of king
The se-bird darts with rapid wing,
And shrill winds rush and hoarsely sing
Along the ruined hail.
Where yonder window views the main
The Prncess' harp song years bath
A Ilfeltes thlng. with chords atwaln,
All warped by summer sun and rain
And seamed with many acurious stain
Over its frame of wood.
There-dead :-beside her harp she lay,
One snow-white arm around it twined
For. toiling slow at dawn of day.
A band of mriners,. they say,
Beard music floating o'er the bay,
Bournie on the morning wind.
A heart, with sorrow burdened sore.
Poured forth its grief in wondrous
The helmsman shaped the course no more
And drifting onward toward the shore,
The shallop swept along
-Charleston News and Courier.
FIVE HUNDRED AiSPIRIT.
The Proposition Made by a New York
Paper to Medium.
Setaleg About Strange Spirits Who Em
-- s and Kiss, but Who Masihest a Dis
ellaslels for Permameat Attachments.
"The Mercury will now make this
proposition to Mrs. Williams. It will
reat apartments in any hotel in the city,
allow Mrs. Williams to fix up her cabinet,
which, however, must be examined be
hre she enters it, and will give her $50t
hlr every spirit she will materialise to
tho atisotion of an intelligent, inde
peadentcommittee of honorable, truthful
men. One of the spirits which Mrs.
Williams claims to attract to her cabinet
is that of the late Horace Greeley, Mr.
tAeeley was well known in New York,
ofpeonounced characteristics and indi
vidualities, and would therefore make a
good test case. Mrs. Williams being an
eitr herself, she could not object to a
-emmittee of brother editore to be the
.l.~ e as to the actual materialized
pouaroe of the founder of the Tribune.
At a sranee some weeks ago, when the
a qrit of Mr. Greeley was announced by
."Paps" Holland, the spirit guide of Mrs.
Wi iams' ghostly performance, a gentle
sn s i the audience circle asked the
q90sion,"Has Mr.Greeley's handwriting
.ipsugremed anything towards legibility
6alss his entrance into the spirit land?"
A- td "Pap" Holland replied that it had
S" ; that it had remained the same and
" fiat this was a proof of the spirit's genu
- 'ns. Mr. Greeley's was a handwrit
.e.g oet easily counterfeited, and there
mamers ild printers still living who
W+ l se0l dily recognise it. This would
~o~ mhafthe tests. The other would be
; '. ?mley's apesarance in substantial
I mong his old friends. The late
a.petuor Thorne has also appeared in
+mI. Williams' cabinet. A committee of
P res cr wpauns,
wres cAP re w1n[uss,
AM amesake, as chairman, would be
hoJedges here. The Mercury will be
-paý d to bear from Mrs. Williams on
Ia the meantime the following revela
'S, told by those who suffered, are
AImlmmsaded to the perusal of those
- believe in what Is called material
,' hatn: Aprminentphysician formes
.trlhladelpbia. baving lost a n.ueh
bedi temale fiend, and being in great
ipl and loaelirem after her, came to
r( sit1 and visited a materialising
SFrom his general appearance.
, masmive diamond ring and stud.
) Was apparently a gentleman of wealth.
a lengthy conversation, in tihe
glm cf which the medium found out
-ie oiarding hunself and the moqtyg
dhe visit, he was told to call it;ut a
Wek, when a eace ig be given
isad his lonzfil ' stissed. When
the ho hiD the medium'. manager
mto side of the street.
appendage to the matcriali,
' itgs shadowed the physician to
and in three days had his
. Among other things he learned
the gentleman's female friend had
o three months previous, and he
to obtain a careful description
, with the cole r of her hair, etc.
med.imh ass1med, and correctly,
thi, was the person whose spirit be
Sto commaunicate with. When
- hiea 8again visited New York in
ak ader his brat interview, the
ave him a sitting; and when
er he declared himself a happy
as he had held communion with
whrm he dearly loved in life. E~
weak hr some time did he viit New
and emijoy, as he believed, the
of his departed love! one for an
- es. The medinm now thought
mly enough grounded in the
theobeapseached on the subject ol
a littleo1his wealth to help
partiularly herself. The
haaoeid the srit of his de
Deraw the money in ten
D maueddo this or you
iM with preat les. Omi it toher
reyes ina mining stock, of
, khaew all about, and in two
im o wrill have $20,000 for
S .. S u as a present.
the spiri*s and you will be
him asyu did when
ea poo that it isL
uthe shoulderSyour eat after I
dya will had some of my
Yo will ely rlseqi its color
" The spirit then
her had hr a moment on
then disappearing. The
-a much overcome with
when he recovered the
at of the cabinet.
Sha wtgdet* the docto
The two months elapsed and the mining
stock did not turn up the $20,000. The
physician also foun i that the medium
had become indifferent about giving him
seances and rapturous spirit kisees. Af
ter a time it began to dawn upon him
that he had been victimized, and he S
intimated so much to the fascinatine n
lady medium. "You have doubted,"
she replitd, "and the spirits are punish
ing you for it. But in any case, what can
you do about it? When you thought you e
were talking to the spirit of your departed I
female friend you let out compromising tl
secrets that should have been kept
sacred between )ourselves. You dare
not have these come out, and you dare ii
not admit to the world that you had II
been tooled, as you say you have been.
Lmo't come back to this house again."
But tle loctor brooded ov.r the matter,
and in a tit of deeleration did return- h
for he also began to conceive a strong 1
passion for the tl
VERY ATTRACTIVE MEDIUM IIERELF. tJ
a She entertained him while she sent for a p
couple of male friends. On coming into p
the heouse one of these men represented t
himself as the medium's hu~band, and
the other as a detective. The deluded j
;'entleman was threatened with arrest a
ald expsure, and Inder this fear he V
kept away; but he is thoroughly cured of
belief in materialized spirits who kiss
and act as mortals do. He is still a
physician of large practice and eminent b
in his profession, and is a high officer in
the Masonic iraternity.
MRS. WIL.LIAMS DOE1 NOT INDUIAI O
in tlhe materialization of flowers; but Ii
she knows that some mediums lay claim d
to that power. She perhaps has heard
how one of the flower mediums was ex
posed lately. This mediun would have
herself tied to the floor and her hands R
manacled behind her back. She would c
then bit down on a chair, and when the
curtain was opened some time, natural
flowers would be found on her lap and a
als3 a canary bird. The di-covery was a
made that in the side of her dress she T
had a deep pocket, which, when she sat
down, worked with a spring and threw
out whatever it contained. In this a
pocket she would secrete the flowers and a
the canary bird. Before putting the t
latter in the pocket she would suck its
hill until it would be so exlausted that
it would not be able to make any noise d
or disturbancu, while the tying process g
was going on. It would about have re
covered when thie cabinet was entered
and ,he medium released. Probably
Mrs. .Williams may reply that there are P
frauds in the materializing business, as I
in most other orofessions; but how is
I the seeker after truth to know who is
i genuine and who is not?" a
Shewlug Him She lights.
The passion of the true Calit rnian is to
show the ýtranoer around and make the
most of San Francisco. Sometimes it
does not matter how poorly grounded
the enthusiast may be in the geography
of the city or the personality of its prom- b
inent men. If a live son of the climate
he will never give in. Yesterday a gen
tleman, who hailed from south of Market e
street, wandered with a new arrival o
I over Nob hill, and was giving his friend v
from the ould dart cords of fine, free,
"Why, in some parts 'tis a foiner city ti
than Waterford," remarked the new ar- n
rival admiringly. "And who lives there,
Dinis di, not know, but he was equal h
tj the occasion. "What house do you c
mean, Micky?" he asked, sparring. for e
"That big house over there," said the e
new arrival, indicating the Colton Man- b
"Oh, Dave MacClnre lives thern," said e
f Dinis promptly. "He's a great politician a
and very rich." c
"Faith, then, rich he mnst be to live '
in such a great house," said the stranger a
unctuously. "An' whose place is that,
Dinis?" pointing to the Hlopkins house.
"That's C)rone' O'Donnell's," said t
I Diris, confidently, "en that place there, c
t that brown stone house, is buildirg for '
Judge Toohy, en that (leveling his finger
at Mr. Crooker's house) is Tom Scanlan's
"En who's Tomni Scanlan '?" -
"Won of our countrymen, Miciy. lie
rmns the water frozt.''
The strgei fas silent for snme mo
Ju it.'.;loubtless contemplating the
,r~'atness of the owners of these lordly
"En how does that compae with
IIatherford, Mlicky ?" asked friend
I evidently disappointed at the absence c
r of an expresson of wonder.
"Fairly, omny fairly, Dinis." said the '
new arrival calmly. The honor ofl
Waterfol-d was safe in his hands. As P
Sthe pair passed down California street,
a Dinis, driven to desperation at the nil
I admirari condition ofhbts friend, was
Stelling him that there was a telescope in
the telegraph hill observatory through
e which the people could tell the color of
a the whiskers of the man in the moon.
"iArramh, what good would that do
'um, Dinis?" said the incorrigible. "What
rood would that do 'urn if they could
e not spake to him " This was teo much
a for' the cicerone. He lapsed into a
a deloomy silence and let Micky have it al! '
his own way discoursing of tie "ower
e of the quality" in Waterford. Snan r- a
" cisco Ata.
A Almgeemou Pleoe *. o eelhansm.
SA Berlin school contains at present
V a scientific novelty of peculiar interest,
e namely, a monster movable globe, made
I of copper, the work of a blind clock
tI maker, on the construction of which the
e energetic man spent seventeen years of
fl his lifL. The globe, which represents
P I the earth, turms on its own axisby means
Sof mechanism. An artificial moon moves
a romnd the globe in twenty-eight days
a and six hours, while a movable metal
Sband, on which the hours are marked,
indicates the mean time in the different
r parts of the earth. Bound the upper
, part of the immense globe, which ihs
Saton and a half and whose arface I
Smeanuree no !ess than 12O feetin diamctesr
Sspins a railroad car (capable of holding r
sX persons), which serves to give a bet
ter view of the regionsofth, orthPole.
The mpainting of the globe is done in oil,
and necesitated the employment of two
men during one entire year. The sun is
represented by an aplaritioa lighted by
an immense rumnmond calcium lighi,
which enables the spectator to catch the
Sorigin and change ofthe different portions i
of the day and early dawn, the twilight,
eclipses of the sun and moon, etc.
In paris remarkable snces has at
tended experiments in photoprphing
the omsarnU toama aptiveballoo.. The
opsasous semunr ipa the pm and
th lletie at
A SCIUNTIST*'8 RPURT.
& DMeeanm l l m e is S Nae on Tuber
To the members of the Academy of
Sciences at Erin Prairie, Wis.-Gentle- c
men: I beg leave to submit herewith
my microscopic report on the several
sealed specimens of proud flesh and cth- a
er mementoes takea from the roof of Mr. e
Flannery's mouth. As Mr. Flannery is
the mayor of Erin Prairine, and therefore
has a world wide reputation, I deemed
it sufficiently important for the world at i
large, and pleasing to Mr. Flannery's c
family, to publish this report in the I
medical journals of the country, and I
have it telegraphed to the leading news- I
Ipaprs at their expense. Knowing that t
the world at large is hungry to learn how
the laudable pus of an eminent man ap- f
pears under the microscope, and what a
pleasure it must be to his family to real
the description after his death, I have
just opened a new box of diflicult words
and herewith transmit a report which I
will be an ornament not only to the
crap books f Mr. Flannery's immediate
family after his death, but a priceless
boon to the reading public at large.
Removing the seals from the jars as
soon as I had returned from the express
office, I poured off the alcohol and reek
lessly threw it away. A true scient;st
does not care for expense.
The first specimen was in a good state I
of preservation on its arrival. I never t
saw a more beautiful or robust prolifer
cation epitherical cell nest in my life. t
It must have been secured immediately
after the old epithenal had left the nest
and it was in good order on its arrival.
The whole lobule was looking first rate.
You might ride for a week and not run
across a prettier lobule or a more artisticn
aggrlgatioj of cell nests outside a pieni
Only one cell nest had been aliowed to
dry up on the way, and this looked a
good deal fatigued. In one specinmen I
noticed a carneous degeneration, but this
is really no reflection on Mr. Flannery
personally. While he has been ill, it is
not surprising that he should allow his
cell nests to carneously degenerate. Such 1
a thing might happen to almost any of
One of the scrapings from the sore on
the right posterior fauces I found on its
arrival had been seriously injured, and
therefore not available. I return it here- f
From an examination which has been t
conducted with great care, I am led to a
believe that the right posterior rafter of i
Mr. Flanney's mouth is slightly indurat
ed, and it is barely possible that the
northeast duplex and parotic gable cn.l
of the roof of his mcuth may become in- a
I wish you would ask Mr. Flannery's
immediate relatives, if you can do so
without arousing alarm in the breast of
the patient, if there has eves .been a s
marked predi-position on the part of his
ancestors to tubular cuum boil. I do not
wash tc be understood as giving this
diagnosis as final at all, but from what I
have already stated, taken together with
clinical and pathological data within my
react', and the fact that minute, lobulat
ed gum boil bactinu. were found floating
through some of the cell nests, I have
every reason to fear the worst. I would
be glad to receive from you for micro
scopic examination a fragment of Mr.
Flannery's malpiehian layver, showing
evidences of cell proliferation. I only
suggest this, of course, as practicable in
case there should be a malpig,,ian laver
which Mr. Flannery is not using. DI t
not ask him to take a malp ghian layer
off her cell nest just to please me.
From one mncrcscope examination I
hardly feel justified in giving a diagnosis
nor care to venture any suggestion ae to
treatment, but it might be well to cal
comine the roofof Mr. Flanaerv's mouth
with gum arabic, white time and glue in (
There has already been some extrava
sations and a marked multiformity I a
also noticed an inflnmed nd angry color I
to the stroma with trimmings of the
same. This might only indicate that
Mr. Flannerv had kept his mouth open
too much during the summer and sun
burned the roof of his mouth, were it
not that I also discovered trates of gum
boil micro es of the rquamas valietv. I
This leads me to fear the worst for Mr.
Flannery. However,if the gentlemanly
courteous, and urbane members of the a
Academy of Science. of Erin Prairie, to
whom I am already largely indebted for
past favors, wall kindly forward to mne pre
paid another scraping from the mansard
roof of Mr. Flannery's month next week
I will open another keg of hard words
and trace his gum boil theory to a suc
cessful ermination if I have to use up
the whole ceiling of the patient's mouth.
Yours, with great sincerity, profund
ity, and verbosity, BIL Nsuv
Microscopigt Lobulist and Microbist.
Hudson, Wis., May 9. Utica Observer.
Teer. wasa lg Time.
We fndinTheory and Practice of
Teaching, by Supt. Doty, of Chicago,
twenty ways in which teachers are to
uoard against the ios of time and waste
Stopping work toattend to individual
cases of discipline.
Waiting for dilatory saholars.
Lecturing or talking upon matters of 1
uPoesy and indirect ways of getting to
Slow and noisy movements of pupils
about the room.
Inadequate preparation for the recite
Writing letters or working upon re
cords during sesion hours. 1
Permhitting irrelevant questions by
Allowing pointless corrections by pIa
Wand, ring from the subject matter of
Speaking too slowly.
Speaking in sueach terms as to disturb
pupile at their work.
Putting work upon slates, aid black.
boards to slowly.
Having no definite order of procedure
in a recitation.
Tolerating hdt,::s of slowness and lasi
ness in Lsom.o I,,: s.
Dweiling vhat pupils already 1
Bepetition i . wers or parts of an
-soiP t~in l
Failure by some pupils to understand
each step in a recitation.
Hlaving no well defined "next" upon
which to direct effort.
Next and close of kin to this shou!l
come a thorou.h training in the funda
mental principles of right and wrong.
What is right and wrong? What is
right, and why is it rieht, and why he
owes allekiance to the right, is what ev
ery person ought to be trained to know.
Still One Ahead.
At a recent dinner party in London a
discussion arose concerning the exchange
of genius between England and tile
United States. For every actor, singer,
lecturer, or person of note sent here by
England the Utited states made a re
turn. There was Booth for Irving,
Mary Anderson for Ellen Terry, Patti
for Nilsson. as Patti really belonged to us
first, Joe Jefferson for 9Nthern, and so
on. At length Alma Taden.a, who was
one of the guests, said : "England is
one ahead of the United States. We
sent Oscar Wilde over there, but site
has no fo',l to st nd back "
Now doth the little dudelet,
Unto his tailor strut.
And order suit orf corkscrew"
)Of the very latest cult:
And there is no material
Could suit his natrue Smore.
The slim ethereal reature,
Is such a "perfect bore."
Blowing tp Hell Gate
has been a laborious :and costly work.
but the end justifies theet:iert. Obstruc
tion in any insntrtant channel meansI
disaster. Obstruction in the organs o,f
tile human txxoy brintrinevitable tdsease.
They must be cleared away, or physical!
wreck will follow. Keep t he liver in
order, and the pure blood cotrse'
through the body, conveying health,
strength and life; let it become dlisorder
ed and the channels are cl g"ged with
impurities, which result in disease :,nt
death. No other nmedlic.ine *lals I)r.
Pie'rce's "G(,lden Medical liscovetry" for
acting upon the liver and Iurifying ti,.
The new Minister te Switzerland has beetn
requested to investigate the Will.:ut Te'll
"rhe Preper Studny of Mankinnd is Ilan,'
says the iliustrins Pope. If he had it
zluded womn in in the list, lie would have
iheen nearer the truth, if not so Inetlical
Dr. R. V. Pierce has nmadle themn both a
life study, e.specially wnman, and the
leeuuliar tldrantennents to which hler
delicate system is liable. Many women,
in the land who are acquainted, with l)r.
Pierce only throulgh hs "Favorite I'te
seription," bless him wiath all their he,:rts
for he has brought them the panacea for
all those chronic ailments peculiar to
their sex, such as lnucorrhce t. tr;,lapsues
and other displawements, uhleration, "in
ternal fever," bloatinr_, tendency to
internal career, and other ailments.
Price reduced to one dollar. By drug
Colonel Mapleson ts a ,ooi Ioker pllayer
anti fully appreciates the value of a bluff
We euarantee the speedy, painless and
ane ntc ore without knife, cae tic or
salve, of the largest pile tumors. Pam
phletand references sent foir two letter
stamps. World's Dispesaury Medical
Association, 663 Main Street, Buffalo.
Hobbles of the Hyglenlsts.
There were several dozen of the hy
gienists in couneil, each with his iudivill
ual hobby. Each thouzght all the others
were wrong. Each was sure that his
own hobby was the cnly correct one. A
gentleman present said he had taken
Brown's Iron Bitters for debility anti
dyspepsia, and, thouglh he didn't want
to make a fuss atbout it, he knew the use
of this great tonic to be better than all
the notions he had heard advanced in
the council. One practical cure is
worth thousands of guesses and notions
Thousands of happy convalescents speak
gratelully of Brown's Iron Bitters.
Don't be .a cine and lisqcntsolate
nreacher. Don't bewail and bemnoan.
Omit the negative pr ,positions. Nerve
us with incessant iffirmatives. Don'l
waste your.eif in Nrejection. nor bark
against the badl, but chant thie beauty ol
Ilalfend ut e ,.urerie,*- hot jitltti. -.tin- chl.,-.
Bati, Ae. Excellt'.lby ll lt Try it.
Senator Beck is said to be so angry at the
Administration that he can't speak of it
without causing a rise of several degrees in
"Roueh em Piles."
Cure, Pil,. or Hemorrbho,ld.. ltchi , ,l Pr itrilnt.
Sheting hltornal or other. Internal ali Externil
Klenely inmeacth Ickage. ure cure. 5th'. l'rr,.sts.
Mrs. Eudicott, wife of the Secretary of
W.ar, is a pleasant-faced matron who de
I ghts to make new acquaintances and
Ladis who would retain freshne,,g asd vivacity, Din't
fail to try wells' "Health Ienewer."
Bob Burdette, the humorist, doesn't lec
hure during the heated termn. He has great
consideration for the public.
"Rouah eO Iteh.'
"Rough on Itch" cutltes huoru. eruptions, ringworm,
tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet. chilblaius.
Women seldom fight eaceh other, says an
observer, but when they do they come right
up to the scratch.
tMtdden Changes of Weather are produc
tiveof Trat h Diai aCoughs, Coalds. etc.
Tbere is no more esetual eeo in thesedis
eases to be found than in the use of Brown's
Bronchial Trohes. Price 25 cents.
The new Governor of Rhode Island parts
his hair in the middle, buthe is not a dude
by any means.
will pu-form their nstomt ary notion l a
Sbe avoided. Ask or
er lkls. Pose d emt.
Sunset Cex says that the profit on his
book has neverbeen large enough to annoy
Woen you visiat or leve ew York CIty.'
Certral dot.,ave Baggage r pree.sagae an.
$3 Carrsage Hire, and stop at the Grand Unlos
tt1. opposite aid depot. 8ix hundred etc
o moun rt o up at acet of orne millior
to;lar sl1 ur Ip-vards per day. Eurorean
man. Slevato estaurmant supplied wi5
'be ae;. H" 'e acr stge and elevatet
aroad to all ota. ail. can m llvebette'
'er .esa monery at the Grand Union Hotel that
0il Hamilton is said toewait the publi
cation of Miss Cleveland's book with unus
Habitual conslpation is not only one of the
most unpleasant, but at the same time one of
the most lJurious conditions of the human
system, and Is but ftorerunner of disease, un
less removed. This Is usually accomplished
by the useof purgatlves, which for the time
aord Irellef, but after their immediate effects
have pgmedthey leave the system lna worse
state thanb eao fo e egeao a ere it is eae
smary that the remedy ased shouldhe one
that ass onlyr by lea eahrad efset reieves
the bevels, hut at the same time seas as
talte.mae s h reomane the tao ia med.
---.--r IL L Ash Dittes
I - - I . - -o
"Mothers heould Note This." N
Under this c ption an old physician
writes to a Cincinnati MIdical Journal,
that in view of the fact that people living
at a distance from cities are frquet:ntly
obliaied to resort to cough mixtures:; al
ready put up for use, they should provide
themselves with only such remedies as
are known to be free from pliates, Ixaisonl
and narcotics; thus avoi line not oinly
danger, but even fatal results. Ile re
cotniiends the recently discovered Reed
Star Cough Cure which analyses and tests
by various Boards of lealth proved to
be purely vegetable as well as proopt
effective and entirtly harmless.
Secretary Malinuiiu as miore callers thall
lie call slhake a stick at whell he visits New
For Dyspepeia, Indigestion. depression of
spirits aind geaeral debil ly. In their various
forms: also as a preventive against fever
and air,," and other internittent fevers, the
"Ferro-llPosphorate d Elixir of Caliseiya"
mad.e te l('a.well. Hazard & Co.. New York.
anid sol by alt It riglrasits. is the best tonic: and
for patients recovtertnz from fever or other
sleklnes,. It has no., iiual.
Prince lisinarek is llovet to tears liwhen
the cook puts too mltuch peplper in his wurlt.
AIllEE HOME it an Luis Pa. Ooaerade
treoe Clam. Farming by irrigation, slafest
a stemn. No drouth. no floods. Canal com
pleted. Water ready. Crops abso!utely sure
t season. Home mamrket. Burrounded by
tree grazing ranges For fall Informatlon
Colorado Mes a sr T c.. Ds.awr. 0oi.
Sen:atoir Sherman ha. left the tilthenl
-holes of ('California for the Buckeye State.
The worst .fald or burn can i' .'eul'td withauit a
gear If Colea'i C'arl.,Iial. e Is pro iptlly u-sd. bold by
Druggists at T and A cints.
Mnie. Christinle .Nil.oll's eves trrouuale
her so, Iuchl that she is comlalllell to take a
a.H. WARWR & CO., ooehter, 5.T.
H. U. WARIER a CO.. Rochester, N.T.
$1..OC a Bottle
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y. v
Phtllip Van Tasel. Newark. N. Y.. suffered
for many years from dyspepeia and malausim
ilation of food, and re prts that he derived
greater benefit from Warner's Tippecanoe,
The Rest. than from any other meadicine he
ever used. His daughter also used it with
success when every other known remedy fail
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
$1.0 a EBottle
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester. N. Y.
W. K. Sage of St. Johns. Mich . was cotn
pietely prostrated by the hardships enduralI
during the late war. He returned home a
wreek both in mind and hody. For twenty
years he simply exasted, half the time morn -
dead thah alive until he was restored to
health by Warner's Tippecanoe. The Best.
He advises all oad vets to try it. Write to
him at St. Johns, Mich.
Comlaaing 111 wih aUDr VUGeWrialDL
Toice, qdeiLI a4 emelMdr CLEoAN3
hs aeMe. f ts Liver sad 1i4i. ths
eemplels, aesth sklm ameeth. ItdiNst
lasare thelt, eas heecmhr pre4eem
slptee--ALL or7u 13lo11 KmDICI a.
Phylst.s. ss Drlss smevm-w'me om d i.
tleimum I m hr ear comm a a i tole
Ie aremnetd haas Ibred Dar s emavlma listed
ame:x "ls, o CA ira B ALTIsR Esm .M
nPs "hiawas meimam
NE AAL81A, IR mEUM a TI SM
lelandn he as oIn besutl ered is to
lhb osame hb Trade msr Isad uas rd hm
womps. Te ohe . Naslesio bl
DROWN (mUrIAU L mN·O.. 3?nu3 R,, 3iD.
- a sn, Mar Doo-a,,, md atna stl-.
omd to tny a 4dam m raisPt to. stamp.
labie r medy by the llljvery Itwahbroighlt
to t ae sine of th ieicl pm0 on by
mat uis. an Ynttma. .. London. EInland.
Tb rat . hi is far tls tcacy have ban
pevd bytenoemstemtlsnt medf aat thodnty.
, lrllrl sacEompondofTonga withi
ate jm he een vera tharughly
orl lnl k drgisesian lrnely sad pro.
It oAtalRno SOpium or Morphine
s w al i si nsu is
sa"d also u-ea' i .J W M ua4r febme
uatl.-.*..VOarIl3ll., M.D. a.bi. III
Usd To r oGLN fags pma t iswh. had I-e
sslgi, amd afta fte dhmame se was eut isy
b alas med atan eUrga ad
1. I. Plo. 3 D.. Vaae,,k. i.
YFo sle bj al Dr rice S1 a baottle
iA. Aa MELUER, Sole Proprietor,
-7 w a 7 WaabhgC s Ave.. S Los .
·f svw aUxra
ee S h a~as
TIRADE pr MARK.
Free f-0 piteI . .'.I : , tiaa ared '.i.,.,.+,
4 PROMPT, SAFE, SUPF. CURL :
For 'ngl, .ore TkLront. Iluursr-,ne ,,,aise.....
o uld-. trn.tll, i . C'en- p. ll h mpllul Cou h,h
1"tha.... labin . 'aing In 4 la... e. 1 -: t
T.H.ll li 1 4 Ciin :1 ni. I : l i,·I;' l l. l, I, i.r
1 . t l r . , i t . 1.
Theo saqertv of the t-t of the humasm
dll ry ert from a dersragesmet of the
Ul rer, afeettng both the stomech and
lbweIs. In order to efeet a csre, 4t is
neesmiury to resmoe the ae.. Irremu-.
a.r and laWggilh actio of the Bowels,
iead hee,Sdeknesl aet the Bts.ehPi s
to the Bck sxd Lo.*sete., iEdieste that
the swer ie at fsult,a ed that atesre re
gitree aerstsasee to nuble th s erlan to
throw of impurities.
Prickly Ash BitteraerIsweetally
e.lmp asded for this parpole. They are
mtid 4t their action and eJeete as a
ealre a re pluessnt to the tste ald tkess
ieasly by both chUdre ad a edutL l
hes aceordlitg to directions, thep area
safe crdplasaetcwrsefbrDy peplia,
General Debility,Habitnal Con.
stipation, Diseaced Kidneys,
etc., etc. As Blood Purifier they
are eupertor to ly other asedticlse
cleasiuts the syltem thoroughly, aad
Empartig mew life ld enoergy to theta.
lUdE. It i( a medicin ead asot at
Alf lul NIM lliT 1 NISRLY AlI mTTli,
ad llta e o ther. RIC. SL,0 er bets.
FICIIL ASH BITTERS CO.,SOLE PROPRIETOS
Si. eole and Lae... cuit. No.
Wew .isenl a copy O: the SI'NltY SAYIN( I"
asix months and it ivolume of Sir Walter Fe It 's
ireat nove: "lvaInh,,.." Ioundlii in cloth and
worth $.(Nl in any bobk stone. Ar as a prellili.ll
Isothat we are practi. ihv givinlg away the
SvINS;I to gret you to try" it. .1
In the land can affor t I ll sns this h l tncce to
get tha ric'hest. 1brighten. anlid hIat paper In
the country for notnillng. Our only olbj ebt ini
making this olt r is to1 intrhal.lu our pl per
into homen whare It is lnot takenil. conilderlt
that when oncell takenl it will Ibe alwal s
taken by lovers of a go li paper. A.liress all
THE SAYINGS CO.
513 Eilm Street.
St Louis, Mo.
basalr Dr. ISAAC T'tOMPnO\'
"Qbe oldest medicine in the World is pro
ELEBRATED EYE WATE
li' l artsia caralullpt .parela pbyauicin:
prescriptlon, and has been ua .onIstaut u fb,
neasly acentury, and uotwithbtandl the many
other pr parallous that have been introduced in
to the market,the sale ol this artcle Is contantmt
lcreasing. If the dlrections are lollowed it wii
ever fahiL We partlcularly lrnvite the attention
o physlicans to it merit.
J1 L ThLmwes, Boe 6 t. Tro, n. Y.
g This Is the Easiest Running
Welll , lachine
drill. ,,nd frouraruularunbld -b
why thehorse is L.akn away ant, a
aIn n pu-hing
thelll..a a r.
t7 5atTlWNaH. Eta.Z a,.a. tI iI,,',
awse Co., Waehlngton ,t.. tsto, Mass.
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thaeen (* -*ting t,*I . .e s. e s *I * ·Oi
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"\th n my vwife
hearil a nluij.lh .r tril w':,' II t! I. ,r, had
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Dlat often a drys yon aht IIo. Jtetaboxo
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boe Irobl, or witish bcoat lito the tht ipel I's a
uibi often a dry tough at nlpll.
The skin sometimeis break out Intl plmple. Iad
ndiea Vpr teble Pills ar the ne o icnve be eed
rIi'.ht', knIwnl for nily form of thes trlol ble. d
i lgo ai Gratuatom he ba etgs 17 yrs compastle
nds, aind give Si,-fction They are very Rgen
in to the mot delicate. A trial will clotrisa
oie tlnlhrdl with biliellvsr ihat l rab trms1$.
se,, Vi. t.l e p seill h4tt e lhi hlnSleia,
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