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THX COURAGE OF LITE.
i'oiirogc fb look on coming yonra,
Chelir slender hopes, Ihetr certain (chit,
Vith n ilrlt Mill undaunted.
)UWLo to strive for cv'ry gain,
lir Ucfiiia, even, must work nmaio,
lAnil atruggle for what in wanted.
Iuragc to ec Illusion fade,
line Idols fado that thou tins made,
fp le by their niem'rlca haunted.
R)umgc lo'sce thyself grow old,
flic daeo limirjied hy the young and the
LlyJUPjrJfJT thee Haunted.
Tragi; to face the dark, dark hour!",
hen all things seem !cyond the power
Of the faith that thou hast vaunted.
FROM THE UKl'TIIS.
Helen whv lo you wn.lc your time
Stiiic to I'milTliyrlcy when Mr. Hnrt-
fill unti r.,giicri, nil jsurii itru uutii uie
gaj;cd?" Kiild Mr. Do (Iroot, in mi
gry whisper, to her daughter, on the
eniiig of her debut, at the houe of a
Fn .....i t..-i . i 1....I. .1!..
l"You know the position I'nul Thyrley
litis in our home.
I" Your father keens him as liirt rem
fry out ol eliarity, on tue (.core 01 tneir
ft hoyiMli irlcniisinp.
'I am Mirprised that you Miouhhlanee
iec with him this eveninu'.
I'rjoino one U xiiro to make; an III-
Iturcd remark about it."
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I J1U lit IUIlll yvif llliv, iiitmiiim,
lil Helen. l'iuihl' after her late nartner
tli a eUKpieiouxly admiring ex predion
I tier nazeteye.x.
I"lf lie wax only rleh lie would be per
'lint he Ik not rich.
'How can you be mi Ibolixh hi mud
I 'Aro you xtire that he is not rich,
I'HuYeyou noticed that splendid din-
tnit ring in tno hiuic 01 a star unit, tie
r How could n poor man have a ring
It Is paste, no doubt," said iier mother
Vml then a really tragic expression
iscd her still handsome face.
Heidi; Mr. Van Dorn Is coming this
For mercy's take, leave oil' staring
r tnat novertv-strieKon rum i iivrioy.
I make yourself aurecnblo to him if
L I . , 1 l. ...
ihks you 10 uaiicc unless you wish id
lik niv heart."
I'ith a sigli Helen ilropiictl the
tned fan from before her face and
ed to welcome the wealthy banker
Ii a beaming smile,
gbert Van Dorn was a short, heavily
It, prosy mun, live and lorty.
lo had been bom ami reareti in jiov-
limine into an immense fortune when
th was gone, he hud but two ideas,
irentlv. in his' brain the one his
liey; the other ins-very uninteresting
ticli as he was, however, the brightest
... .i .n 1.. .11 ....T..1.. ...
iiurcsi oi society iiuucn tvenj jcsiuy tti
I .. ! .... ....
Ind Helen I)n (i root's liiiiid-onicKpnii
a race ior ins iuvors.
lace ilusiied Willi exultation as tue
iiinir missed bv and still found him
ittuif at heiVidu.
Iliooled by lier proud uuitlicr, and
lipU'd by 'her own abmitiou, she
I aside her nionientary dream of love.
Imct Paul Thyrley so coldly on the
niornhiL' in her own home that hi
lien look of intense mortification
Ived the twin he felt.
t-o,n thai day they were as strangers,
nil "Thyrley busied himself in the
I'H of his place, and turned lor coin
in his leisure hours to Helen's young
In, Jwiiey J? air, who held a position in
;rct grand house that was even
nnj less satisiactory than ins own.
lo morning, somo wcckh alter ins
knight ball Lucy Fair ran hastily
It tin. urntriHiun t'riitil Imr pnnsill M
, her pretty face all bathed in
'hat is it Luev?" he asked, holding
last as she attempted to run away,
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liili' nun iiui'Jl Kill;, tiiiii
Kin oh. Mr.Thvrlev!
u:cn says that i nave neen so rune
Srward in my neiiavior to you inat
uist despise mo in your heart,"
Lucy, niter a lout: pause..
le saw us come in from our walk
Evening do you know?"
ell. niv Lucy.
jid she k-o mo bid you good night
Uliat the eause ot all these tears?
h(sho has said such cruel tilings,
in ilni'lnrpH thnt von cmnot nossiblv
et mo, becauso ( have not respected
ind aunt IK-U root says that sue can-
akemo to the grand party at up ton
lie, oiivs that 1 will discraco them by
1.1 1 ..
uniiviur, until mivu mri'iiuy uisjhi;-
em that I oh, Paul! have 1 done
is u uiiinuiueuiy in mu in own
J. II ..I.. !
iycd yon, and to show it us I
ittlc Lucyl" cried l'aul in
annent vou like this
-I am going
Mm. Do Groot held tit) her white and
jeweled hands In horror when her hus
uand told her what had happened.
Hut sho was too buy preparing tor
her own and Helen's sojourn at Upton
l'urk to waste ninny thoughts upon her
The tmrtv was now close at hand, and
wns to tic a generous affair.
The owner of Upton l'urk, It was wide
ly rumored had been n poor boy, n news
b'ov in the ciiv streets.
Uofrlended-bv the- benevolent l'aulus
Dc (Iroot, then but u hid himself, the
newsboy had worked, striven, and risen,
till, in the prime of his manhood, he had
now come to reside nenr Ills early friend
in n home like n pulucc.
it was a romantic story.
Mrs. Dc Clroot received them, acting
as hostess by the request of Mr. Upton,
who had not yet arrived.
"Mnmmn. vou tnhl inn vitordiiv not
to accept Air. Van Dorn till I had seen
Mr. Upton," said Helen Dc (Iroot, as
they stood apart from the guesls watch
ing the inner door of the library, through
which the owner of the liou-o would very
"ifiit they are saying now that .Mr.
Upton ! actually married, and that lie
is to bring bis bride home to this house
this very night."
"Nonsense, Helen!" cried Mrs. Do
Hut she looked thoroughly uneasy.
"Mrs. Stone pretended that your lather
was in the secret, and that he. was pres
ent at the wedding yesterday in the
city," she began, "but ( will never be
lieve that Mr. Dc (Iroot would "
The words died on her lips.
Shu graped Helen's arm, clinging to
it as if to save herself from falling.
The arched two-leaved door of the lib
rary was opened.
'fhere stood l'aul Thyrley and leaning
on his arm was a lovely little dark-eyed
fairy, in a bridal robe and luce veil, witli
with diamond ornaments thut blazed like
There, too. was Mr. Dc (iroot, whose
voice sounded like the "trumpet of doom"
in the ears of his wife and daughter as
he spoke In this wise
"l'rlends and neighbors, let me present
to you l'aul Thyrley Upton and Mrs.
Luev Upton, my own 'dear nclce.
"In their name and in mv own I bid
you welcome inot heartily in their
plea-Mint home-coining at Upton l'urk,"
Will Man Ever be Ablo to Conquer Stormal
Violent displays of natural force, savs
"The Imdon Standard," are painfully
hostile to human progress. If the valley
of the Thames were frepuently rocked by
earthquakes, London would bean impos
sibility. A very slight tremor would tilt
tiie Egyptian oticlisk into the Thames
and topple down St. I'mil's cathedral. A
volcano in Middlesex would lower the
(imitations for government securities and
seriously diminish the rateable value of
the metropolis. For nrosnerity there
must be peace, especially with the pow
em of nature. America itself would not
be what it is if these horrible cyclones
occurred in every state and at frequent
intervals. TIio question arises whether
these atmospheric disturbances may pos
sibly be ellcctcd for the better in course,
of time by that sort of indirect iulluciice
which civilization exercises on climate.
It is true that man may mar a climate as
well as mend one. Ho disturbs the rain
fall byunduly cutting dowii the forests,
thereby producing alternationsof drouth
and flood. Hut m other instances the
cultivation of the soil appears to amelior
ate the climate, and nature grows more
kindly as man fulfills his mission to "sub
due the earth." We seem on the verge
of learning how to disarm thoseaof fury.
It is one of the strangest we might say
the oldest discoveries of .modern times
that the ere.-ted wave which seems irre
sistalilo in its force, loses all its terror
and much of its pover when encounter
ing a film of oil. When the storm threat
ens to overwhelm the ship the skipper
has merely to fetch up his oil can, and,
though the wind continues to howl ami
shriek through the rigging, the waves
arc powerless under the oleaginous film.
It is too much to expect that thu wild
winds will c-er be subject to human con
trol after this fashion, except by some
long-continued and occult process uncon
sciously carried out. It will be a strange
result, anil yet it seems a possibility that
man will be able to meet the storm more
successfully c sea than on land. More
probably, as the population in these
states increases, and the consequent dan
ger of disaster is increased, men will
adopt u mode of building suited to thu
necessities of the case, as the Swiss have
done in the case of thu avalanche. Thero
is, however.-a fuvorublo clement in tills
problem, oven if matters should not im
prove. Cyclonic outbursts, such us those
which have been displaying their energy
in thu United States, act in n very circum
scribed area. It is saddening to read of
the mischief that is done human beings
crushed by the fury of thu blast, and
hard-won property irretrievably destroy
ed. Hut the space thus visited is a mere
scra compared with the broad continent
which spreads from thu Atlantic to the
Pacific. The storm-path is but a dimin
utive line compared with thu smiling
area on every hand.
THE MAN WHO INTERRUPTS.
The Awful Curio of Bill Nye Hnrled at Him.
I do not, as a rule, savs Hill Nyo, thirst
for the blood of my fellow-man. I am
willing that thu law should in all ordin
ary eases tako its course, but when wo
begin to discuss the man who breaks into
a conversation and runs it with his own
irrelevant ideas, regardless of tho feel
ing of humanity, I nm not a law and or
der man. The-spirit of tho "Red Vigi
hintcr" is roused in my breast, and I hun
ger for tho blood of that man.
Interrupters nro of two classes: First,
the common plug who thinks aloud and
:ioso conversation wanders with his so-
mind. Ho breaks Into the saddest
Leetest of sentiment and tho choic
est fearful of pathos with tho
ignoranco that marks a
In u dahlia bed. lie is
dim shop, tho wormwood
ip Kerosene in my ma
its -of jmesy and
is man is in-
a remark, or
a nit ot
rcachedthe "nub," oh it were, to chose
argument home to convict Ion and to
clinch assertion with authority nml evi
dence. The second class of Interrupters is
oven worse. H consists of the man and
I am pained to state, his wife also who
sco the general drift of your remarks, and
finish out your story, your gem of thought
of your argument. It is very seldom
that they do this as you would do it your
se' , but they are kind and thoughtful,
and their services are always at hand.
Xo matter hbw busy they may be, they
will leave their own work and tly to yoirr
aid. W ith the light of sympathy in their I
eyes, they rush into the conversation,
and partaking of your own zeal, they
take the words from your mouth and
cheerfully suck the iulce out of your
joke, handing back the rind and hoping
for reward. That is where they get left,
so far us 1 am concerned, I am almost
always ready to repay rudeness with
rudeness, and void preserved gall witli
such an acrid sarcasm ns I may be able
to secure at tho moment. Xo one will
over know how I vcurn for the blood of
the interrupter. At night I camp in hU
trail, and all the day I thirst for his warm
life's current. In my dreams I am cut
ting his sculp loose with a euse-knlfe,
while my lingers are twined in his clus
tering hair. I walk over him and prom
enade across hN abdomen as 1 slumber.
I hear his ribs crack and I sec his tongue
hang over his shoulder as he smiles
dentil's mirthful smile.
I do not interrupt a man no more than
I would tell him he lied. 1 give him a
chance to win applause or decomposed
eggs from the audience according to what
ho has to say, and according to the
profundity of bis profuml. All I want is
a similar chance and room according to
my strength. Common decency ought
to govern conversation without its being
necessary to biro an umpire, armed with
a four-foot club, to announce who is at
thu bat and who is on deck.
It is only once in a week or two that
the angel troubles the waters and stirs
up the dentils of mv conversational pow
ers, ami then the chances arc that some
leprous old nasty toad, who bus been
bunging on thu brink of decent society
for two weeks, slides in with n low ker
plunk, und my fair blo-oni of thought
thut bus been' trying for weeks to bloom
withers und goes to seed, while the mun
witli the chilled steel and copper-riveted
brow and a wad of self esteem on his in
tellectual balcony us big as an ink-stand
walks slowly away to think of some other
dazzling gem, and thus be ready to bust
my beautiful phantom and tear out my
high-priced bulbs of fancy thu next time
I open my mouth.
Should thu Hnlr be Periodically Cut!
It may be that cutting and shaving
may for tho time increase tho action of
tliu'growth, but it lias no permanent ef
fect cither upon the hair bulb or the hair
sue, and will not in any way add to the
life of the hair. On the contrary, cutting
and shaving will eaue the hair to grow
longer for the time being, but in the
end will inevitably shorten its term of
life by exhausting' the nutritive action of
tho hair-forming apparatus When the
hairs are frequently cut.tbey will Usually
become coarser,ol'tcii losing the beautiful
gloss of the line and delicate hairs. The
pigment will likewNu change brown,
for instance, becoming chestnut, and
black changing to a dark brown, in ad
dition, the ends of very many will be
spilt and ragged, presenting a brush-like
appearance. If the hairs appear stunted
in their growth upon portions of the scalp
or beard, or gray hair crop up here and
there; the method of clipping oil' thu
ends of the short hairs, of plucking out
the ragged, withered, and gray hair, will
allow them to grow stronger, longer, and
thicker. Mothers, in rearing their chil
dren, should not cut their hair at certain
periods of the year (during tho supersti
tious period id' full moon), in order to
incrcasu its length and luxuriance as
they bloom into womanhood ami man
hoo'd. This habit of cutting tho hair of
children brings evil in place of good, and
is also condemned by the distinguished
worker in this department Professor Kur
nosi, of Vieiuiu.wlio states that it is well
known that the hair of women who possess
luxuriant locks from the time of girlhood
never again attains its original length
after having once been cut. Pincits lias
niude the sumo observation by frequent
experiment, und lie ndds that there is a
general opinion that frequent cutting of
tho hair increases its length; but the ef
fect is dill'urcht from thut generally sup
posed. Thus, upon onu occu-lon,liu stutcs
thut he cut oil' circles of liuir an inch in
diameter on thu bends of healthy men,
and from week to week compared the in
tensity of growth of thu shorn place with
the rest of tho hair. The result was sur
prising to this close and careful observer,
us he found in sonic cases the numbers
were equal, but genurally the growth be
cuinu slower after cutting, and holms
nuvor observed an incrcasu in rapidity.
1 miglit-ulv) add that I believo many
beardless faces and bald heads in middle
and advancing ago aro often duo to con
stant cutting ami shaving in early life.
The young girls and boys seen daily upon
our Htreets with their elosuly-eropped
heads and tho young men with their
clean-shaven faces are year by year by
this fashion having their hair-forming
u ppa ratils overstrai ned.
Wall stiwt S.
week, ho said us be sat down and n
nniu'd his hat.
'Vml vou will present her witli a cheek
for T50,000, of course?" replied tho
"Well, no, that's what I called to see
youjbout. I believo in innovation."
ni'H give ner ?i'.),uut) in cash on."
sir. J wns thinking that you
take about $oX) and buy about
) worth of sonio'sort of bonds."
an investment tor an income?
o for a show. (Set $1,000 bonds, if
ble. (let some that aro printed in
I and blue ink, if you can. If they
vo big red or bitio seals on so much
bettor. If they begin 'In the nunio
oimiod, union,' they will look- the more
inortant. Seo that the paper Is good,
the printing clear, tho signature' in n
Iiold, heroic hand, and send your bill to
no. Tho time has gone by when tho
mbli o can bo fooled by a check."
If Re had 'the Meal.
(ieneial John C. Leu tells ot a captain
in his command who seems to have been
n sort of regimental Mark Tupley al
ways saying something cheery when
erybody was down In tho mouth, uno
it wnen tno men caiiio into camp
teary, miserable, and starving
icKer toit tno captain bustled
fully and got a bright nro
n rubhing his hands in tno
over tho fire, ho said.
ad somo milk I'd havo
if I had some meal."
ins to u man as
vo are will-
af a good
A MALARIA!. VICTIM.
The Trying Experience of a Prominent Htnlrter
In the Troplci and at the North.
To tiik Kditoii:
Thu following circumstances, drawn
from my personal experience, are so im
portant mid really remnrkable that I
haye felt culled upon to mnke them
public. Their truth can be amply ver
In lS7o I moved from Canton, St.
Lawrence county, N. Y to Florida,
wnicii state I Intended to make niv fit
ture residence. I purchased n home on
the banks of the St. .Inhii'x river mid
settled down, as I thought, for life. The
summer following tho first winter I was
conscious of most peculiar sensations
which seemed to ho the accompaniment
of a change of climate. I felt a sinking
at the pit of the stomach accompanied
bv occasional dizziness and nausea.
My head ached. My limbs pained me
and I hud an oppressive sense of weari
ness. I had n thirst for acids mid my
nppetlto was weak and uncertain. My
Igestion was impared and my food
did not assimilate. At first I imagined
it was the elleet of nature to become
acclimated and so I thought little of it.
Hut my troubles increased until I became
restless and feverish and thu physicians
informed me I was siitlcring from mala
rial fever. This continued in spite of nil
the best tihvslciaim could do ami I Lent
growing steadily worse. In the year 1SM1
niv physicians informed mo a change of
climate was absolutely necessary that I
could not survive another summer in the
south. I determined to return north,
but not to the extreme portion, ami so 1
took up my residence at Upper Sandukv
in Central Ohio. The change did not
work the desired cure and I again con
sulted physician-. I found they were
unable to effect a permanent cure, and
when the extreme warm weather of
summer came on I grew so much worse
that I gave up all hone. At that time
I was suffering terrblv. How budlv,
only thoe can appreciate who have
contracted malarial dlseae in tropical
rCL'lolis. It seemed us If ilciith would
be a relief greater than anv other bless-
ng. nut notwithstanding all this, I am
happy to state that 1 am to dav a per
fectly well and healthy man.' How I
came to recover so remarkably can be
understood from the following card
voluntarily published bv me in the San
dusky, O. "Republican,'' entit'ed;
noxoinn whom noMiit is nri:.
F.niToit Itcpfhi.icAN: During my re
cent visit to Upper Sanduskv, so many
inquiries were made relative to wluit
medicine, or course of treatment had
brought such a marked change in niv
system, I feci it to be due to the proprie
tors, mid to thu public to state that War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure ac
complished for mo what other medicines
and physicians had failed to do. The
malarial poison which had worked its
way so thoroughly through mvkvstcm
during my five years residence 'In "Flor
ida had brought me to the verge of the
gruve, and physicians hud pronounced
my ease incurable; but that is not to be
wondered at, us it was undoubtedly one
of the worst on record. Hough Unithers
ol your city, called my attention to the
medicinu referred to, ami induced me to
try a few bottles. So marked was the
cliungu after four week's trial that I con
tinued its use, and now.after three months
the cure is complete. This is not writ
ten for thu benefit of Warner .v Co.,
but for tho public, and especially for any
person troubled with malarial or billions
Such is the statement I made, without
solicitation, after my recovery, and such
I stand by ntflio present moment. I am
convinced that Warner's Safe Cure is all
it is claimed to bo; and as such deserves
the great favor it has received. A remedy
which can cure the severest case of trop
ical malaria of live years' standing cer
tainly cannot fail to cure those minor
malarial troubles which aro so preva
lent and yet so serious. ALFRKD DAV,
Pastor Universiilist Church.
ooiknk'k, ()., May 10, 1SKJ1.
"Promptly and Fairly."
Such is the testimony as to the man
ner in which thu Hawkeye Insurance
Co., of Dos Moines, pays its losses, as
shown by the following letter to one of
On), May ".", 1XKII.
Mr. It. If. L(ivk,s. Sir, please accept
my thanks and return the same to the
Hawkeye Insurance Co,, for the draft
you sent me to-day in payment for the
loss of my barn, sheds and machinery
destroyed by fire April MO, and which lias
been so promptly and fairly adjusted.
And for the fair and proper treatment 1
have received from yourself and the
company, I feci like recommending the
Hawkeye Insurance Company to my
friends and all parties who desire insur
ance, on account of tlieirfairdeallngand
prompt adjustment, and commend tliem
to yourself and others who are acting as
their agents. Xo man insured with tills
company, meeting witli a loss, will have
nny just renson to complain.
Yours Truly, J, S. Jloums,
Revenge converts a little right into a
The only natural hulr reaewer ia Carbollne,
a deodiirlr-ed extract of petroleum, prepared
without distillation or rectification with ileitis
or nlkiilit's, containing no mineral or other
Ho who would
crack the nut.
eat the kernel must
People who desire to preserve their health
should he exceedingly careful about their diet
at this bciiHon, and at no time should tliev he
without n supply of I'kiuiv Davis' Pain Kill
er. It Is used eiteruully and Internally.
Unchaste language Is the sure index
of an Impure heart.
van mvPKrsi.i. LvniapsTiox, Dfirfi.m of
Spirit", llfiionil llel.lllty. In tliclr vnrlnuH forms; alisi
Mft lircTentlve iijmiii't Fever unit A(tne, unit other In
termittent Kevern, Hie "KKllltO.l'UOSl'IIOIIATI'.l)
KI.IXlll OI'CAI.ISAVA," tnuite by Cornell, llornnl
A t'o., New Vork, und wM liy nil ilrujoMMn, U thptievt
tonlf, und for patients ntnn rln from fever or oilier
Blckneiw, liuit no equitl.
mind the best content-
Foil a (.'ortiu ou Some Tliuovr the best
medicine hy far Is IIai.k'h famous Uonkv or
UoilKllnUM) AND Till. I'IKK'n ToOTIUCIIK
Dnoitf ('uro In onu inlnute.
It is easier to tako caro of a peek
Ileus tuiiii one woman.
Purify the Bloo4 .. .
Hy tuklng Allen's ''iron Tonlo Hitters," the
great hloott purifier, appetizer nml general
oystem rtjurciiator. All genuine hear tho
signature of J. P. Allen, St, Paul, Mlnu,
Wealth Is not Ills who makes it, but
his who Injoys It.
jKrrKitsox Oitv, Io. Dr. J. 0. Riddle
wiys: "Person who use llrown's Iron lilttcri
always speak wclloflt.lt In it good medicine."
When men grow virtuous In their old
age they are merely making u sacrifice
totlod of Satan leavings.
llr llif XcrtlmrMrrn Mutu.il Itillef A's'lmlon en.
Ilrrlr new dmitinleriiil f ndnsinf nl ntrjtlj fll
f IMe for me tnlif rlili; llOtnfV) tnnitf (tally ttynrtlvr
nrnt!. Adilrrr W. II. ToVh. Swrelary, lHs-ornh, Ion.
Punctuality i one of the characteris
tics of politeness,
Vl.t lis, roadie. niit, til-tiinrp, ml", fiili trnF,
rlilitnunkr dented nut liy "lloniili on I," IV.
It is u delightful help merely not lobe
"KDVnil (r?l7'.V,1frlVTiniiiiorrnl, tnltv, (lle,
row lien, livd'tnix", nnl, teriiilti,ilil.iiitink. ir.r.
Ink is the black sen on which thought
rides at anchor.
"IIIVni'-l'AlllA." Ulik, iin,i.lcte inn. nil nu.
hojlnit Kidney und l'rliuiry IHi-ir. tl,
Men are women' playthings; women
are the devil's.
"MDTIIK.II SWA.VSW iWMitritVIV'bn UutUh'
lie., reMleneBH. nornm, imtlmiloti, fu.ttU.i., 2.V,
III this wicked world it is usually safe
to lie suspicious.
W'ai.KINii made eay Ith Icon's Heel Stlfl
eners; they keep jour hoots .v'shocs straight.
Sprain", hrubes, Mllftotnt. hums, sould",
anil rheumatism art' rclieu'd hy I'lidc Sam's
Nereund Hone l.ttiiiiieut. Sold by Drug
gbts. Worms cause peelhne levers, com lib
ion ami frcipientlv death. A plea-ant, safe
and certain remetlv Is Dr. JAtJl'H'S HKIt
MAS WOlt.M t'AKKS. Sold bv nil Drug.
Headiiihe, constipation, User complaint,
hllloiiness are cured bv that mild clemi'lng
rt iiiedv which ncwr produces pain '. I.KKT'S
DA Yf.KlUT I.IVLK PI1.I.S, only liVI..
Sold by Druggbts.
An economical man Mill keep the bather
of his harness soli and pliable, which pre
sent's It fiiini cracking or ripping. Ilenltwivs
ucs r.N't'l.K SAM'S UAltS'KSSOII.. Sold
by all Harness Makers.
Oni'-thlril of nil who tile in uctin- middle
life nre curried oil' by ennsuiiiptliui. Thcnnt
I'reipient cause is u neglected cold, cough,
hoarseness, bronchial trouble or n-llinia, nil
of which tnitv be pcrinnueiitlv cured bv
i:iu:urs Iixtkact of taii ax1
VII.D('lli:i;UY. Sold by PrugglsK
A farmer's wealth tleis'iiils on the condi
tion of his stuck. When scrutiny and feeble
they lire eHt'lally liable to distemper, levels,
colds, mill all discuses which destroy animal".
Thousands of dollars are saved uuimiillv bv
that valuable old standbv PXCI.R SAM'S
I'cstlcss, fretful crying ehlldicii ate nller
Ing and need for their relief Dn. WIN
CIIKI.I.'S. TRUTH I Nil SYltl'P which Is
useful, not only for nil the disorder of teeth
ing Infants hut cure cough, eohl croup,
sore throat, eolie and crumps of older chil
dren, und should itluuy lie kept In cciy
house fur emergencies. Only i!.Vts. Sold In
Hitlers meets; there-iUlrt-tii(ntnfllic
tlotml iiiedlriit I'lill
n.udi) m lilt lint ren
ent rtittiN. It I n
1'irus.tty I'litt1 tt-
nli)c rt'tmily Mnl-rno
liiK (lie dim 1inMir
tmit rnortlcf uf a
lmcMtle( ii tonic
utul mi ulirrnthc It
forlii1cn tlio IwMly
nimliifct iIImiim', In
I ex tin1 toriM Mum
mtt niul Jhcr, unit
ItllltH u Htlutur)
th.iiik'o hi Hie iiitlrt
I or nW ny nil
lriirifM mill IuJ
Reward of $5,000.
(irowiug III the istiiatitloii of the people
Iliirdock lllooil llliieis.
There have beta scores ofprcpaialloas mM
under the name of hitters tlitit were not worth
the corks In the bottles. lint Iliirdock
lllooil Hitters tin not belong to ihut class;
Were necr sold on the
Doubtful sticngth of deceit,
Hate the name Iliirdock, and
Iliirdock lllooil Hitlers they t-speelall ab
hor. (iruiltuilfs of medicine llutclligi ut nml
conscientious nun) advise the taking of Iliir
dock lllooil Hitters l.y their patients.
Any one troubled uitli
Sluggish livtTor Klilnc,
Will find hi Iliirdock lllooil 1 11 1 til m an
agreeable, safe and certain remedy.
To any one who will show us a ease of tlys.
pepsla or sick headache thnt llunloek lllooil
Hitters cannot cure when thoroughly and
properly administered, we will present
$5,000 in Gold.
And hold this tiller open without any quali
If you are aflllcteil, try them.
OUGHT TO KNOW:
Tlioro exists a moans of so
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
foor it may naturally bo.
Ihgan's Magnolia Balm is a
dolicato anu harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, llednoss,
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul
var Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate anu natural aro its
effects that its uso is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has tho right to
present a disfigured lace ia
society when the Magnolia
Balm Is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
Fertonal Men Only. ,
Tiik Voltaic Hr.ir Co., .Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Kleetro-Voltaic
Hells ami Kleelrle Appliances on trial for
thirty days to men (young or old) ho are af
lllcteil with nerviani.deblllty, lost vitality and
kindred troubles, guaranteeing speedy und
complete restoration of health and manly vig
or. Address ns nhoe. N. H. No rlk'l In
curred, as thirty days' trial Is allowed.
I'l.'tr Alio tlrrasr In I tsl In (lis sctM.
I'tnrtr Alr (IrciiM. In IsM In II, t onrlil.
I'mir Allc UrniM1 l l--l In lt,r ttorM.
'Hie human hotly Is like a
wiileh In ordcrt" gUe satisfac
tion It must Keep perfect time.
'I'he mainspring, the Moniach,
must he lookitl utter earctully.
Ilroki ti stomach's must be m, ml
id ami weak nut's Mrcngthi md.
I '.unlock lllood Hitters iist-tl fril
ly and pcrseverlngly will glc
oit ii cr sHti.fuctorj 1 1 in.
piece ss'ultl even win re.
A Spoclflo for
HI1 AN UN, I OS.
HOLISM, OPIUM. KATIXO,
w SOEVER rAILfc-l
SI l( U f V A a
:inon f. v li
nn. V lll.OOl)
nVlt l'Kl'HI A,
wj: a K.vr.HS,
lllUOl-HNESH, COHTIVl'.M'.NN, KIU.M-Y
XltOUUI.r.H and nil IIIlli:(it'lMllTlKS.
pr i.io ran norm at imrGtura. ja
Tie Dr. S. A. Eichmoci Ued. Co., Prep., St. losepli, Kc
Correspondence freely annvcrcd by I'hyilcUn. (6S)
What Farmer JL Thrcuhrrmrn mj about
i tho Agltutor. UanurufturM by
"Ilon'l ('liiume II." "1'crfrfl null Is."
IN GRAIN, FLAX, TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND PEAS.
H, 1(1. ami 12
I Horse, )
And 8, 10, 12, Id, 20. 2." nml sn Horse.
Wo mako tho most Practical Straw-Burning
Englno In tho World,
The 1'opnlnr Doiilile Pinion .WWhrrl Wooil.
bury Iliiriic.l'owcr Itciersllilc Hull Wliecl.
tuns clllier way, Low or I Hull Speed. Tim
Hi:sT 1'on-rr innilc. Ours Hxrluslvf ly.
6- Do you lite near TlmUcrlf If to, buy our-TTO
TaVoitto tho tlmlier. SAVM HAUMNCi Ixv" to
Uio Mill. 0,000 TO 10,000 FKKT Villi HAY.
A LI, MACHINERY WARRANTED.
Write for t'utalouuc. t'tisln Nollilnc
Wmnlf rfnlly tlmelo nml is-rfect In lt throphlnir
l,uil M.'1'unitltirf iiiuhtU r. Ha cs A 1 .1, thu drain uiul
cleiiiisli reiiilyl'nr.dnrliet. Ilium winlly.cou.
triictiil tltirally. llnlhcabeaiiUfully.lrai.t riHii.
Bite, ami iiuwt ifonouilcal an.l HATISl'ACTOltY
MACIIIMIKOW DECT JIAllU 11 W1U
haiuUc wet (.-rein J
, ns Mell us dry.
ItluawTUDeCUeD uual '.n
lliri-hltii w s
tliuotliy t cluinii in HQET tJo"1 aa t!l ua
l.nt. fiinlr.. WOfa lirr clUlllfO CI.
cet the eletu. II an wont square fw.t cf n'aratiii
ami eloitiiluir surface than any oilier machine: can
not Is! oMTlnaile J. it Is liotli ovcranil iinilor lilat.
OurVI.OVi:it IIIIl.I.IM. ATTAt!ll.lli:.NT
(now anil (ty ilcflralile). SKI'AKATOIIS of
the varioiiaslica Ilttcil f or HUatu or llorac-I'owf r.
Tim 1'ITTS nml WOOHHURY llor.f.
l'otrcrs, as niado by us, aro uudxcUIimL
Waalao make the KTI 1XWAT1JK No. 12 ana
.1I1N.NKSOTA (IIANT I'Alt.11 KNCilMCS,
ech lialiitf rrtiiru-flnn, anil fitted fnr bumliiir
straw, w ooil or coal. Thism Ungues are niHde and
flulslusl lu the mttti prtfi manr.fr, audarv built an
Tractions ten ocrdt'nsl.'Vealaoiiiauuftctara
A PORTABLE SAW MILL
Far l'rltt-Utt and cirtulan, adilrtfB
Hiiccessora to BEYMOUIi. KA11IN H CO.
Manufacturers, StlMwaUr, Minn.
The E. T. BABNUM WIBE AND IBON WOBk
8Ckl to our General Air Ant at TUa
futrk c e. T.
C 1 Of) f day at liomr. sindn north frft.
-ii "u Ad.lff.. stln.on A Cn.. l-orlland Maine.
DD asjirlt In jnur own lon. tfrnirandTf. oulfl't
VUU frre. AddriM II. IIaIImI A Co., I'nttlnnd, Maine.
AI70 A WKKK. (12 n day nt tinine rnslljr madt. Co'lly
V U mitflt frcr. Addff.s True A fo., Augii.la. Maine.
A' (IKNTiTXVASf KlFKor Hie lict and la-lr.t selllnir
1'lclnrlnl llnnka and nihlee. I'rlcM rrduced M tf
tnit. Nat. I'ciu.I'iiimii Oi.. St. liiil. Mo.
Morstilra IlKblts , .l In If
unuua, Nuimr (Junsal,
Utu JiBraa-uauik,) uou, uhlo
f- m Korimiitnrtaiitirtiin.ianqtK
VJt S.C&ifS K difm llin.ui, lititimuw.fr
a s l KNTS, i
I KMT, (1ntii. r'tirnlturr,
i.rrsit i ,,Tf rs.i itiiTaa
Ic. MnrravA Itakfr.
i Kismilli I'niml stllil
tami. Snid for IlIustrnKsl I'tlre l.M.
No y till otirrsl. Ten
years eitatillihed, lHH)
currsl. Mate case. Ir,
Mural., gnlney. Mlch.i .
1 1' MIC vt II I. tVQt'tlir. Ill- s ny I'll.TM. I tlll'O r. oil t.
SI'.Sli lil tllK I'tlltll t'ttlis IK MM Kill Sri: 1D1IIK
msT 'KLtiMi nun 1 1: is tin: uinn n.
Alllllir.sS' M Mtsll.l.lllT A I'"..
iN-s Mnltirs, Inwn.
Ladiop, Make Sure of This.. ,
eie tue tiiiiiimIiib iiorM iiisiihiiiiiiu rf.i .1.. r..-.-.
).'( 'liHA Tlnxs tor Id .eiitps line Jafanrse Hand
I'llllil-ld Tt. Mnl, line Jill.iinrse I'ltlilte oil
ll nry Ti imnkM an eleiram lldy.i One JniiaiHM1
Mat iriiiilurs, line Jiiiiiiicm. Napkin, ls ftti.lers,
(it Is iiuly iliie JiiennrH, Ito.sitiii r Nni.Wtti. lie.le-
Plvlll. line set of tlitre I lllllWI rAllDS, ,K
Just mil or 7 lilt KK nt KWll,. Sn TWO Al.lh K, fur
Mttiili, STAMI'S rAKKX.
JAI'AM.si; Miviii.n i'..
IliilTntii, N. V.
GXIOAGO SCALE 00.
M - I IIU. T11U1IS HiU. 11V, " ,'.,,-
CaaVaafl4 Tun Vm, llenm Hot InrlHitrtl.
,240 lb. rARMIR'S SOAUK. .
JL The l.iitlK Ietectle,'TH in. to 'If lb. W.
KTl louuTiimaiiui. ..iuTra.
FOEQ-ES. TOOLS. &C.
nihT roBtiK ro liuiit wnm,
40 lb. Anvil nml HIiofToola.SIO
p. ram ... tla. nh a.ll edd Jsbs.
lllowere. anvils. Vlees a (Ither Arllclee
- it LiiwksT ranis, nnuuatLM t aiini.
jiniis, nit vah mu I'liKilmi.
Koi.toutiiii. w.n.mi J..11 Ail.iiuulow,
rui Ir.s Uk. a4Jr..t
JONES OF BlNunAmTuri,
UlIt.lllITO.1, N. T,
7XTZ0 21 J W
I Iw a Phi dlfttpf t rm tl I elSsn.
Urop.t.rs. "i6 twit-AdinUtr
t.moni el tb bolr. kl Ike
.Ilia the rnpprMsM bark Ik
villi KsVl.lsr. Wim llfkl
mum Ik. I UnU I. Mid tmnlT
ltraa.ir.ltkl, ad a radical csnwrlilo. Ilia f, Cutwe
EQOUSTON XBCSS CO.. CWcK0, Ut
SECURE HEALTHY ACTION
l)y tuklnc Mrlnlit'H Indian Vrnetnbtc
I'llN, whleh clinno tho Bowels, purify tho
securo lieultliy uiul lcorous notion tu tho
E. FERRETT, Agent,
372 Henri HU, Ticvr York.
DB. K. C. WCAT'a KlRTH AHP URaW TRKATMKKT,
ruartmt?oi1 ipeoine for IIjrwrla, Pltiinr m, ConviililonF,
Flit, Ncrroui iVfuralffliH Hf-wlachp, Nrnroui.l'roitnt
tlon cntM by tho uvi uf alcohol or tot"'). Vaktful
doss, Mental Peprwuion. Bofu-nlnifof the PriJn molt
(ntr In Innanlty nml Iciulint? to tnlwrT, divny ami df tb
YeDi&turo OIJ Kx?, IlatTf nnrn, Lohi of I'owcr In either
rex, InrolunUrr Jxtviea and fipcrmatorrhrra cuM by
OTerezertlonof toe brain, wtf abn w or ore r-lndulirenw.
One box will euro recent cniw u Earb box con taint ona
tnnnlh'ai tni.tmnt. Ctnn ti fill AT a hnx. or ilx trOlPi flffl
dollant tent by mall prt paW on receipt of price. Weiruar
antee tux boxea to cure any rane. With each order n
crlred for nix boxen, aimiuiittJ with Ave dollar, wq
will aenrt tho pnrchaier our written ifuaraulee to refund
money If treatment doea not effect curv. Ouaxanteet
I.. II, Ill'SH, O.'xM.ilrio-, town.
(iKAV'S SPKCfl'IC .MKIUCI.VK.
TRADE MARIC,.SJ;H' 'j.'-TRADE MARK
iv. .Mi imlatl.
imr Cure fur
mitl nil ilimthCri
tlml follow in u
litniM; iin loxtt 0(4
BEFORE TAKtNQ.r-ai.. ''in""iiS AFTIR TAKING.
Iluil., IiiiiiiiiFs nf Vision, rirmulure nl.l Ace, mid
many other iliM'ii.rs Unit liml in Insanity nr rniiMinin
llnuiiiidii nri'iiniliire unite. Sd-rull jmrlli'iilnra In
ur iiini'lilrt villi, h e tleslrf In wnd free l,v mull to
vcrjiine. itA Tlie Hptt UK- Jltdlilmi Is mifd hv all
Uniirulns at II ,; r ,iu knife, nr six fiu kncca for t, or
II he Kiit lYre liy mull nn mel.t of (lie money Iv
afldrecslnif Hie ' '
(JKAV MKMClNi: Co.. Jliiffnlo, X. V,
l-nre Kininuitreil! one !, at villi tr.t Hi merits, oir
winuiitnftniinterfclts, He Imte ndnnled tin. Vfllow
lniiieri Hie nnlt- minilne. pM l,y nil llriiflkl.
Kor m e in 1h- -.miner hy L. II. Ilu.li.
The .Most roiverfiil llpnlliifr Oliifmont
JIKNJIY S f.MtllOI.IC KAI.VK t'llIIKS
iiunN8UY S ,'AI!IU"'"' HA1VK r":s
HfVrisis S ('AI!""'"' HAI'VK ''vnm
Vliliwt ,,AI!I,(,U,'SAI'VI': "KAliS
1mV.INUY 'S 'A1!IU,I',,, SA,'V1': 'lJItK8
IIHNItY S t'Altlllll.lt' mai. vm 111,'atu
ASK lor HKNHY'H nml tnke nn OTIIKIU
W. N. I'. Den .Moines v xi. No. fL.
Tho best nnd most convenient VasMs tiedc.
They ore constructed with a Keaeirolr undcis.
neatti, bo that otter onco watering, the irtli con-
w'em.?'f? '?n Um0 "jthout ftllostlDC tbc
J'InP1"" '? come 1 conUct wlih th
water. Mania will always thrlyo In tbeao Va?i
and keep moist ten to fifteen dajri.
Wo also manufacture a full ltneoj
SETTEES, LAWN FURNITURE, &c.
l?A.a nil a hll. I 1 - . . .
J- M. ORVIS.
403 Court Ave. IFSHIHTt UVf
- mwwmmmf 9mm
WaItum ntweiti.. -
BARNUM WIRE IRON WORK.
I tJ t't 1 . T I I 111, rfc t. j u
iS 11 t...nM o -
V T AAAtVl o'v