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la tiold. Silr unit ajera..
The brooch agaiu boltto an important
,.' .10I)J mv iauy'i. jewels, Awny re
S rlo weei .the present Kt rug. for
livm We w 111 7 i i .
ilueb of the uew jeweir) ,iu
of fact, a revival of old Freucu designs ami
tbe perfecting of wjiue of lant year popn-
pBtterns. sueu " '
cNiwvut and the flower-de-luce.
CP OF 5KM SaaVT !iROX.,llhS.
I 'I tiie i
inn! f'o '
lustration are represented five
irn riie'i. Fi. 1 Kives a brooch
tiie popular crj'sceut bowknot
,;im;::i.. It is composed of dia-
:n stiver, it n enameled iiuwers.
l-'iu. k l l"
vn alir.i.id as the "Marie Stuart"
hroix-li "i t ,:"r'' '"'t,i the iouote heart,
iTur'i- iti -tu al: '!:inr"iids and heart mi.-i'm-iI
n;0"i't'Ue- a lery p li'itr ornament. !'.''.
S L'.'i-i IT"1' U Ui jmil.siii: jmilt I U rit-
u arls and other precious ,
rural limire represents the
..a I h'a knot, iucrusted with
ii pearls. The remaining figure
-'I'll, in which are combined
rcscent and knot patterns.
ru u b worn, e.s;ecially by
ntid vouibful matrons. T!.e
i- a Icti
run-ins in fashion, as does the
ii c'i.tun'iids are in exeat demand
j.nil are larirely employed
iuctit of tt;e i.ew bf'OCiie.
in the eoriili-
1'rovk coats re lu.n'e very long, extrem
i,t wcunni: them to r. ach below tbe knee.
Tin y afc of black rouj;li cheviots with silk
f it '! lupeis, and a cord liuish oa the edges
j:i?ul of bndJ. The vest is of the ma-t.-i
il "f the coht, and the striped trousers
j,-,-f f ili.t k tfrayish blue. This is the suit
f .iril.-iy wed Li sites; alike for trooiu, ushers
MKJ"t---itiJ f"r auy euteruiiiutnent in
utt suits are of undressed, worsteds
I,'-.! i !!vi"t of tine (piaiily and purest jet
l.;.i.,k. 'or lres coats tiie sliawl collar
a::-'. -f r. - i la;u ls areetpualiy popular The
.. - i a. tar is faced entirely with silk, but
t-iki! iaaeis a"e faced only to the bul.ton
1 1 !es. All edsjes are corded, llesides a
i vest of black cheviot a white silk
-si is i:-iial.y pro idwl with dress coats
v. .an u.-dJius and tho IhoaUT.
il.irja.i s bazar.
mw MatnriMl for rettienat'i.
Tin Hi i a fabric for petticoats which on
tin- sar! uv is soft like lambs' wool, but
ii.c lHfk sfiows it to be of a stockinet
iniriiifai'riiru. It is admirably warm and
twfi,, iitid is tTiade in pure white, light piuk
t:al l.lit blue, and somet ime ttrified.
u;Iipt.i o the In ure expensive U tunel petti
ni'it.i un' wai Ivisi neany ad over iu an open
c'Lj.nrB ii..it.rn iu silk; but beauty is
tiwu.nht of U'lore utility, ns the warmth t-f
l;;e ptuini, js couHiderably diminished.
'I tie petticoitti for wearing next the dresses
are sailicicnt i- liaiitif:;! to take the place
cf dresses aitoKethur, for they are often
made of the richest black silk, shot and
brocaded wah tlowersaud eded with hiacfc
lui-e over a color, and beaded by ruchint's.
t ushtonablii i'ur.
M.iA L a fasiiiouable fur thia season, so
ii sable. Many of the eveuiiiK wraps kre
l.ned and trimmed with white Mongolian,
which Ls a warm, luxurious fur in appear-
tiuos, hill it does not wear wnil. Sealskin
coats are three-quarter ieogui. Some are
mlloo.-.e in front, some have waistcoats,
viaae fasten Ubti;ont4Uy, but the majority
are made tiht liuim;. All have the bib
jollnr. It is uiailft with a wire stiffening,
and sun be woru ii three or four distinct
xavu. Sealskin mantles are mostly in :-e
ktiape of a dis'p car. Soujb are made to
JeUiifc luc- f.yjru at the hack.
Tli-re is eisdl -jss lit rsity iu the shape
ii'iii trimmiiiK of tea ko l. They seem to
t'-i more elahorate aud beautiful every sea
' There itic eti.eri ai tea owus, Uoth
ii.L' b it irnu,.. ,.:d la:e; ;-iliutic tea iOns,
lii'l'le of l:nii wooieu si uits, with ilowing
i.raperii's; liaiiuome tea i;:mii4 composed
iitily of lich brocades and velvets, and tea
o'wns i,f nuns' cloth aud soft silk that are
laeia ly nr. ny. Tlia severe t!a kowii is f?en
'" made of s-;f colored siik trimmed
vii'i r,.cui.-nLT!t;. Cashmere
I "'1' aar u tna .-rial a.s ever.
is just as
a stockings are made iu briiliaut Col
lo match gjA iis and have opeuwork or
fronts. Some have jeweled
1 roti i
latest ij.jerlty is called the
i'ri i:,; lie.
eilt'.-r 1:1 : .
Tiie name, dc-cubes it perfect-:.:a-i
as striped stocklug, made
a biii.-k or in two contrasting
boa tijis .season is the one
i ut. As will be seen, it is
li;i'.t:t.;d in t!
c ri.jin.e i 0f
a v. hole skin hea I, feet and
In a word, the HKin is made
tit t he iituinal that once wore
.at ! a sable, a mink or other
-l.ied for its pelt.
i:, v !,. !),,., i
Ma'eiru jirj v
TIIE Pul'tiLAR B(JA.
I bis style of ,iller, J)t interfere w jth
iet.n;r i-ollLr now iu vogue, but uikv Iw
worn over any coat or cloak. It may be
liUinthis connection that mink is aot
'Wy a very fashionable fur, but, moreorer,
wexceerimg,, becoming. Sable boas are
"anu ny ladies who do not
not mind tbe
f 'iP&JZ A,.i
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A WASHINGTON GnOST.
A gYORY OF A HAUNTED HOUSE
AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
I Matlnm Saw Figure ff a Solemn Look
Ins Han in the Doon ajr Twice and She
Died Within the Year, Thoueh She Had
Left the City The Uouae Is Ooeapled.
There is it bouse in WRflhington that is
Baiii to be haunted. In this nintter-of fact
i - v . . . , . ... ivjmniiuu vnica
hut little weight, and trie mansion, which
.urge aurl humt.sorne, is generally rented I
to 80me congressman or diplomat. Tbe '
ever enauiri hk population or the capital of ;
the republic relps to preveut its reputa-
tion beinv! Kenerally known. It does not
seem to be always ncJer the fatal ban;
sometimes years will elapse before any
thing happens to revive the old tales.
Then suddenly snim dreadful tragedy
will le enacted within its walls that for a '
time will cau.se it to obviin an nnenviable
notoriety, which generally dies away once
more as new people and new interests
Mipersede the old. VS'i.,hin the recollection j
of the writer, however, three awful events ,
have taken place in 1 ha old house. The'
firut, which did much to love it its unde-
sirabln repiitniion (aitliouh there were ill
iiit-ued stories even lie fore that time), was
: a supposed butan unpioven murder. This
has been followed at long intervals it is '
true, but apparently I y some strange fa
talityby tiie suicide f two of its lessees.
After the List terrible event, which was
the mysterious and seif inflicted death of a
noted and brilliant i.iploiimtist, not hint;
more whs heard or any particularly disas
trous nature connected with the bouse for i
many yetrs, and it rmluaily bccauie as
comfortable aud connnonplace as its neigh
bors. Of late years, uowever, a new tle
has set the "old til u r.s" talking ai;aiu
about the sti-intce faUlity of the house.
THK MAN IN T IE IKK);WAY.
Several years at;o i he spacious dwelling I
was taken by the second secretary of lcga- j
tion of one cf the ure it Kuropenn powers,
who, with his lovely and rich nud charm- '
inn wife, dispensexl i .s hospitalities iu a '
way lonn to be rememlercd. All went I
well for the first year, and then followed '
ftrant;e occurrences. One late afternoon i
in the winter of 18S- Mme. dc , who, it
was averred, knew n ithing of the stories I
connected with the house, sat at the piano j
in her drawing room softly playing in the
Hearing the door oiH'iied behind her, she j
supposed it was t ie servant brinsiufr,
lights, and for a mou ent went on playing, j
Keeling a stroui; dre.lt,, however, and bear-
iiiK no sound, she turned her head and '
saw in the doorway the tall figure of a
man looking at her very fixedly. As she
moved be closed tl e door, and she was
alone. Iieing supremely matter of fact,
and not imaviiiinu; for a moment it was
any cue other than some stran;:er waiting
on business in the hall, she crossed the
room and opened the door.
No oue was there. She found "darkness
there but notiiim; i lore." She promptly
rutig the beil, ordere 1 Uii'its aud asked t he
footman who had le?n let into the house;
the servant declared positively that no one
had entered since m: dame herself had re
turned from her din ler.
"But I saw him distinctly," she insisted,
"he was a tall, dark nvin ami wore a lartce
plaid shawl with one end flung over the
shoulders; I noticed the shawl particularly
liecfuise it was so old," shecontinued, turn
iiu; to her husbuiid who bad appeared on
"Very likely some one came in and find
ing he bad mistakes the house went out
aain," said 11. de . "That would be
impossible, sir." sai 1 the footman respect
fully: "the catch is down and the door can
not be opened from the street."
AO A IS THK STRANGE VISITOIi.
And so the matter ended one of those
strange, incomprehensible occurrences that
cannot be explained. A month or two
passed without ai.y further annoyance
from the "ghost," .s Mme. de laugh
ingly persisted in calling her intangible
visitor, when there occurred one of tbosa
sudden visitations or delicious spring
weather so common in Washington in the
early days of March, when the air became
so warm that the windows were left open
on the little iron I Icon y that ran in south
ern fashion along tae front of the house.
Again Mme. de happened to be alone
in the drawing roo.u amusing herself with
a novel waiting for a few friends to come
in for afternoon tea. Feeling suddenly the
uncomfortable seusation of being watched,
she looked up from her book and once
more distinctly sav the man dark south
ern face, plaid shawl aud all standing on
the balcony at the open French window.
As she 1 no feed he aain disappeared.
Thoroughly frightened at this second
visitation, tjhe rushed up to her husbmil's
"den,"- and together they explored the
premises with the same unsatisfactory re
sults. This time the strange occurrences
were told among their circle, and many
aud various were the commeuts. It was
said that Ihedescnpiiou of the man tallied
with that of oue of the former inmates.
De that as it mar, tbe saddest aud truest
part of the whole story was that the beau
tiful aud popular Mme. de died with
in the year Ht Lome, whither they had
been sent after tie expiration of ber bus
baud's term of ervice at Washington.
New York Tribm e.
1-itUd the I'oet.
James Whitconib Riley went to Europe
oue summer. Ob the return voyage au in
cident bapprned which is well worth tell
ing of. To bcui e the tediousuess of tbe
voyage it was pre posed to give a concert in
thesaloouof the ship au eutertuiument
to which all capable of amusing their fel-
low voyagers should contribute. Mr. Kiley
.was asked to ret ite some of bis original
! poems, aud of course he cheerfully agreed
' to do so.
j Among the number present at this mid-
ncenn entertainn ent, over which tbe JU-v.
Myron Iiee.1 presided, were two Sootch
; men, very worthy gentlemen cu route from
i the land o' cakes to the laud of biscuits
upon a tour of li. vestigatiou. These twain
' bhared that enthusiasm with which the
; auditors applauJed Mr. Itiley's charming
' recitations. They marveled that so versa
' tile a genius could have arisen in a laud re-
puted for uncou hness aud savagery.
! "Is it no woiderfu' Donal," remarkel
one of these braw Scots, "that a trades
' man suld be sic bonnie poet?"
j "And is be in. eed a tnide-siuaii?" asked
" 'Deed is be, answered the other. "Did
ye do hear the douiiuie iutryjuce bim as
t the hoosier poet t Just think of it. mon
I just think o' sic a gude poet dividing his
I time at making boisiery:'' Kugeue Field
iu Chicago News
Sugar is not I jade from the common red
garden beet, but from a white beet in
some varieties .ergiug Boon a pink color
whioh has been developed by cultivation
and selection until its juio-s yield a pro
portion of from 10 to 16 per eeat. of sugar.
The Many Source frera Which It May Ac
The manifold sources from which arsen
ical poisoning may be derived is a subject
recently considered in The British Medical
Journal. Among tbe cases noted is that
of a man who died with symptoms of gas-tro-enterltis,
while five other people In the
family were taken seriously ill. It trans
pired that they had all partaken of some
homemade gooseberry wine, and that this
hail been stored in a cask previously used
for the reception of a certain weed killer
largely composed of arsenic, and there
could le but little doubt that the poisoning
was due to the arsenic. A case very simi
lar to this occurred some years ago, when a
man lest bis life by drinking beer out of a
pot which had been cleansed with a patent
cleansing fluid containing arsenic, and
there is also tbe well known wholesale
poisoning at an industrial school, wheu
over 300 children were poisoned by some
wi.ter being added to their morning milk
which had lieen drawn from a tank recently
cleaused of fur by a solution of arseuite of
soda. Happily on that occasion no fatal
result occurred. Another ease of accident
al poisoning, iu which the iioisou wajj ab
sorlied through the skin, was that of two
infants who lost their lives through the
use of a violet powder into the composition
of which arsenic had entered. One lesson
drawn from these and other cases is that
cli' in-'ui; fluids are sometimes dangerous
Medicinal Value of Apple.
Chemically the apple is composed" of veg
etable tiber, albumen, sugar, gum, chloro
phyll, malic acid, gallic acid, limeend much
water. Furthermore, the German analysts
say that the apple contains a larger per
centage of phosphorus than any other fruit
or vegetable. This phosphorus is admira
bly adapted for renewing the essential
nervous matter, letchicin, of the brain and
spinal cord. It is perhaps for the same
reason, rudely understood, that old Scan
dinavian tradit ions represented the apple
as the food of the t;ods, who, when they
felt themselves to le growing feeble and
infirm, resorted to this fruit for renewing
their powers of mind and bodies. Also the
acids of the upple are of signal use for men
of sedentary habits whose lives are slug
gish in action, t hce acids serviug to elim
inate from the lndy noxious matters,
which if ret.iitied would tnal.e the brain
heavy aud dull or briiK; about j .undice or
Itents About the Hair.
Much has been said pro and con as to the
effect of sa!t water on the hair. Miss
M.ititalini ailirms! that when properly ap
plied, s.alt water is not only not injurious
but is an excellent tonic Siie says: "if
allowed to remain in ad i np mass, how
ever, it will cause the hair to fall out. The
strauds should be carefully combed after
the bat h and uot put up till perfect ly dry.
Tar soap rubbed iuto the scalp leforo go
ing in helps to keep blond hair light. A
three cornered handkerchief of rubber is
the only means of keeping the hair dry in
diving and bathing. It should be tied
turban fashion as tightly as possible round
the bead. The hair curled constantly in
one place engenders a fever, which causes
it to fail onfc. It is wise,, therefore to
change from opknot to Psyorie and thence
to langtry as frequently a possible."
Useful Iteui fur the Toilet.
1'or whitening the hands, two ounces of
glyceriu, two ouucesof rosewater, onedram
of tincture ol beuzoiii. Apply at night.
For enlarged and pon s roughness and
ooarscuess of the skin, dissolve a piece of
camphor the size of a large egg-jo a pint of
soft water; mix one tablespoonful of this
with three of milk and apply with a soft
An old fashioned preparation for whit
ening the Kkin is the juice of a lemon
squeezed iuto half a pint of Jamaica rum.
Tbe use of vaaeliee tends to prevent
Salt aud brandy L an excellent tonic for
the sculp and one of the best of applica
tions for stopping the hair from falling
WITH OR WITHOUT T
tonnet and iloves I'rablcni Vt lien
tu Wear Them aud Wlieu Nut.
Some one lias declared that, us a rule,
one regrets more having appeared ridicu
lous than having done wrong. Marion
Harland expresses the opinion in House
keepers' Weekly that, uncomplimentary
as is this comment upon humiui nature's
moral courage, it contains more than one
graiu of truth. She says: "There is no
more bitter smart than that of wounded
vanity; and tbe sense of having been over
or underdressed is a mortilicatioii not easi
ly forgotten. Who of us cannot recall
some such experience, the recollection of
which causes her cheeks to burn. In near
ly all similar cases t he hostess is to blame,
in that she does uot specifically state what
kiLd of an eiKert.iinmeut she proposes to
give. If full dress is expected she should
uot insist that it is 'a very informal
The bonnet and glove question is one of
the most perpiexiug points iu the etiquette
of costume. The authority already quoted
discusses it as follows:
One society womau confesses to me that
ber life is burdened by the problem with
or without bonnets? gloves or no gloves?
At iuuch it is always according to rule
to retain one's bonnet. This is au accepted
law of etiquette, aud the hostess should
not insist Uou the removal of the bead
covering. If a guest remains unexpected
ly to a meal she may not be sufficiently
sure of the orderly condition of her hair to
care to display it as, in spite of care, locks
will become disordered by a drive or walk
through the open air, and under these con
ditions a hat is a boon.
Indeed, at toe present day a bonnet Is
worn at almost any daylight entertain
ment that is, at teas, lunches and at "at
homes." Iu the evening a dress bonnet is
quite in keeping at receptions. But at an
evening dinner it is not to be worn.
Fortunately, so far as gloves are con
cerned, forewarned may be forearmed. A
woman can always wear them into the
parlor, and then if she Cnds berseif iu a
minority, they may quietly be drawn off
aad deposited in tbe depths of her pocket.
Gloves most be worn to a large dinner and
removed after one is seated at tbe table.
MOO He ward
for any trace of aoiipyrine, morphine,
ch'oral, or any other injurious compound
in Krause's Hesdscfce Capsules. Hani
We have sold Ely's Cream Balm about
three years, and have recommended its
use in more than a hundred spf-cial cases
of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our
Inquiries is, "it is the best remedy that I
ever used." Oat expeiience is, bat
where parties continued its ure, it never
failed to cure. J. JJ. Montgomery &
Co.. Druegists, Deeorah. Iowa.
W hen I b Ran using EW's Cream Balm
my catarrh was so bad I bad headache
the whole lime, and discharged a larce
amount of filthy matttr.' That hs al
most entirely flssppeared. and I have
not hal headache since. J. H. Bom
niers, Stepuuey, Conn.
& Little O.ri a Expar.ei.C3 m a L 8h;h;iiBe.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keep
ers of the gov. lighthouse at Sand Bench.
Mich.,. and are blessed n itb a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was tikeu
down wita measles, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit trested
her, but in vain, she grew worre rap:dty,
utAil she wt-8 a mere limdful f borus "
Th.n she tried Dr. King s New Discovery
and after the me of two and a h.!f bot
il s, wss completely tuied. Ttity say
D'. King's N'.w Diycovery is worth its
wets tit in gold, ytt you may get a tri 1
bottle free at liar z & Babasen's drag
Bireugt ai d Health.
If jou are not ft-clini strors and
healthy, trj Electric lii 'crs. If "La
Grippe" lm K it jou we-ik nud wesrc, ut
Electiic Bi-teri. Th's rt mr-dy acts dis
rectly t n liv, r. st. mu ti xrat kMr.eys.gen
tly Hid-.nar ih"' ts-.iis o ; erloim their
fui c'iotis. I: y n tire i 111 cteil with sick
headsctie. joa v ili fjrl(l M etaiy ar,d per
manent relic'" by t .kirj IviCric BiUers.
One tritl will r- ti vin t ti that this is
the r. medy you need L .rge bottles
only 5b at lUr.z & P. Imseti's drug
BCCICL?.'9 AUKIC satiVS.
The hes? Mvve ic the wo:-.' '.reals.
at.ritj, to'te?, cUbpv-l.sae'.s, f L.iviains.
r.ori;s .r,d skin ef.j.jor, ud i osi-
')?.-; 't:rtr. i-iles. -- r;:i:-c:. It
is sy-j'irv.r.t .1 -,:?f.-. s,-.;;.."v1e;i,s,f
lit lao'uey rv'i."'!' ''.; 'r-S en prt
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ta.WhCMpinf Cou)rh.BroachitiBBdAttlima. Aew.
tftiD ear lr CoDSamptioa Ui Brat him, And nn ralif
U advanord itaim. Car at aow. Yon will M tha
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Why par f oc to ouaks wbon tht hem
mixJiCiil trtittmontcan l had fur ruan
able pitcAsuf Tbe I'eroCrnbtuicalC.., pro
i(n u ironi ire ppissn ript-hins 01 nr. Wul
mms. pnyficionur wuria-wido ropute r
Y;imiif7 UCU ButUcnnK from Seoiinal
lUJrtU iTlLlland Nerrtiiu Ih(ihtv
Ijuss of Memory. DvDondeiicv. et
frujn caxl j tndiM'rei ions or other oaurHxt; tkij
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ney and Bladder ; troubles, etc, will find our loihud
'vi -i reaiment a Mue, vertain ana speedy i l k,.
xCt!.MM PAtTIIICC KxperiencepPOTethatlD
JL.1VuI1KL T AO I ILLLOi ternal medicines atonr nu
uokaSKi. .tnecia. attenttoo to ttie
llat'iVHaeo for nmnv Tears, nnvribos Smi
nal IuuUes which aot di recti upon the
diaaied oncan.and roetore vlror better
than tStoTDflsL-ii Medicinos, as they are not
anfred b y U e past ric J u ice and req u I re uc
vnaniee of diet or interruption in b twinent
HOME TREATMENT SSil!SS?
Cirtituig irom jisOutif il.S.00, uted with tin
Wllliama' private pmrtrre. Give them a trial.
CpCP ICip U Cl f"rthoKldnev(-andBladiierctir.
Ui (LUil ItJ iij.wl recent oivtn in oni to four duvs
UTERINE EUTBCPHIC &Z&SXS'
Cnll or write furCatrrlirooajjd iDtvnaUon tmic
CuZiialUn-.r others. Ail-'-a
ThS PEKU CHLXlCfll. CO.,
IS3 vrisros;N m:r. ry,,LWAliE, W!
For sale by all firai-clur Grocery dealer.
C. 0. 13.
221 and S23
AL Laucdrj Work done on short uotlce.
A apecialt of Dre Siklrta.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
buufta lira ttock againit death from accideat
r ofc.aaa. Tor rates apply to
ID. UEBBBKNXCHT. irent, .
ITit Served areaae. Bock laland.
t . m i i
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KASDFACT3REB Cf CKAGKERS 183 BISCUITS.
Afk Your Otiv er fur Them.
"I tiey are Hrl.
The Christ y "Ovkter" ai d Chnty 'WarkR."
1 1 " M rU-
hen -1. 1 iv :. ... in'-i i -'i .vi.i.ih.Jfi.t. ,,
:iHuue.hll itr-.i:!.-rt.ci 1 er jh' n-r .ii fa-
i:t,t It Kini'.
v. t eriuin
l ier (';
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
iiiO l Eii or.
fe?CaIl and Examine.
G-OLD MEDAL, PARIS, 187a
W. BAKER & CCS
from which the exeeMof oft
kaa been removed,
Js alwlutely pure ami
it is soluble.
areued in lis preparation It
has more than time
strength of Cocoa mixed with
Starch, Arrowroot or Putcar,
. and la therefore far more ero
i Domical, testing it than n
I ctntacup. ltlsdeHciousviKQr-
' Ishing, atret.gtht'Diiui', babilt
VI6V9TKI). and admirably adapted for Invalids
at veil as for persona In health.
Sold by firocer everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should hava their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
tl ft ri S'Xy -f asW-s asi;i vSt'sS-'l
Billiard End fid Fit'tis, f
liavlntr jrjht fnni'phed a tine Parlor a la re anil
aq ui ped it wi'h taa-oof Br-uw etc a.kee
fiuv.-n tiilliard IMnu ati-o two fin ool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
:l;e finest line of Imported ar.d Dom, ftir Cigars
aud Tobacco in the market.
1808 Skoond VENUK.
VIGOR OF r.lEN
Eaaily. Qukskly, Parmanmtrji ReatorM.
WMli.Maa Keraratainmetaa, laeMlltar. and alt
tbe train of erlta from early error. or later exoeswe...
the 1-e.ult. of orerwork, aickneea, ora-r, etc full
treoftb, florelopmeot, and tr,n tr'en to everr'
onrao aod portion of tha body, dtmiile, natnrad
tmetnoala. Immediate ImproTecieDt aeeo. railum
tmooaalble. S.OW refereoues. Book. explaiiaUoiK
md proof, malted fis-aled) free. Adilresa
CRII MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, M. V.