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? yi, ,. foae tl the if 7 ; izx his ft .ijtand ? r tvrai h tie ' j irba did ilia good A Ko little ) trr.fTT their t ,-3, Caitick irherc nT 'nF V direst" " '.aCOII. Uliore Ufi iiad and 1 only tl.o 1 lotion fr lawny itweeu der- lorry iertili f p,iy uktn Zion ns a V'' that v the I f-Yir- I and mystified Mi the poo- what y lino licity wton J whs pie of i torn & may fp.of ative, je tho '.fee old d not Jdown f bid,ol I" 'under, ,'touch cd in ed to )oved, f bend; , upon to the fed to f spirit I upon )nce. It thi Ten an Swued It wiw !boen a rphan y. Trick, Marly Tit by Garrirk from tLo uliow businww a coninlot failmo, while his ward, set . i i iree ov uiuxnniony, muuo a mae little fortune keeping a dancing academy with his wife. When the parents died something of the huHitarid s inherited tenets caused him to repent, though he had never done anything bad, ami in the weakness of dying he gave his child to his relative to be her trustee and the trustee of a respettablelittle fur tune. The poor dancing teaclier thought the word "Uishop" covered a regen erate heart. The bishop was merely a capitaJ'mt in marriage lees. This is considered reasonable hu mility, j Some of the schoolboys called him Old Yoke-h'noki, because he yoked so many rouples, AVhat education he had picked up avarice and illiterate associations , had chased out of his head; like an old country Dutchman, he could hpcl! joists for his bnrn joyce and talk about the breechman on his horse when he meant breeching. As time advanced ( Jar-rick grew, deeply in love with Eunice, and fin got to give spiritual restraint to his Bon. "At seventeen sharp," old (ian ick Howton often repeuted to himself, looking at Eunice with the threefold passions of love, avarice and super stition. Often when an old man falls in love it seems to him like holiness when it is only foolishness. In that way (larrick threw himself back into his natural state before he became an avaricious scoundrel or a self-frightened hypocrite, lie got to believing in the religion he prncticed upon, lie feared night solitude and ghosts, lie believed that his mon strous passion was a sacrifice on his part for the sake of securing Eunice's soul. "I should be the devil's prize with out her," mused Gnrrick Howton. "The children I have tied in wedlocks of despair, the unformed souls I ha ve manacled to seliish llends, t he head strong schoolgirls 1 have made the legal slaves of hideous skinflints, and who have in a few months awaked to everlasting rqpentance and horror, would troop into my lonely home among these mountains and drive me crazy with their curses. I should go mail! Hut Eunice, Eunice, she will guard my door and warm my heart and bring other angels like her from heaven to my relief and com fort." It was plain that the hypocritical old gentleman was becoming slightly hysterical. Weasley Howton 1 ad been notified by his father that he must go West and establish his own congregation of the peculiar Zionskites. lie was sent to the garret to siuny discipline and thoroughly contem nlate the Scriptures. One day Eunice stole up into the. garret, while the Hisbop was marry- me a one-eved man of sixty to a maid of eighteen, and she met a dif ferent scene 1 here from the penance and prayer she had expected. Weasley was rigged out in a suit of theatrical clothes taken irom hum parents' trunks, and was executing a wild and fantastic bin. The Bishop hud told Eunico that in tho said trunks was the devil's ward robe. Tho young people locked the door and examined tho wardrobe thoroughly. What places are garrets tor ram and love!. How it drops upon tho roof! How it goes pit-a-pat in t tic heart! How the heart israining sud denly through the eyes and t lie roof is hcjitintr with the naJpitatiuus of Oio wind! Old men seldom go to garrets. Bad old men like (Jnrrick Howton never do. Next week Weasley Howton was to start for Indiana, and be an apostle on the Wabash. His trunk was packed and his ticket for the stage was to be paid for over the great National road from Ifairerstown to tho for West. "Fifty dollars fare!" exclaimed tho Bishop, an he walked tho upper porch; "what a sum of money! But the next week it stian do maue up out of Eunice's fortune, which will then be mine, with her ladeless beauty, till death do us part. The rascnli" As he looked there came a cloud of dust up the Leistersburg road from tho south, where somebody was driv ing hard somebody in a desperate hurry. "It looks like a runaway couple," exclaimed Gnrrick How ton, reaching for his eyeglasses. But the shado of the North Mountains, where the sun was going down, put a, belt of blackness upon the landscape, like the moon's total eclipse. AVhen the sound of the wheels c.amo to tho door and Gnrrick heard the knock, ho descended and found a strange man in the parlor, which had no lights. "Sare," the stranger said, " I have ze honaire to say zat I am in loave. Bat ze Indy is too leetle; she have not ze grand age. It will bo all ze same; beeauBO sho loaves me and her fntliuir uavo so much shame he nevair will sny nothing. I give you fifty dolhiiro to make uio her husband nt once, sarol" "Fifty dollars!" the Bishop's avari cious heart responded.' "It is Wens ley's whole faro. The good demon must have sent this mnn Iwrc." Then tho business piety returning the Bishop s oke aloud and most unctuously: "What are th names ortuoparussl Marriage, my brother, the aptMth says, to honorable in all Uebrewi Kin, 4. I at not that it may not be honorable in thee." "Z names are i n cartllScatw haye filed. Ze fi I pay you is extra ordinaire, monsieur. For ze fifty dol laire we make two demands Au pre miere zat yon marry ze bride veiled! Au second zat you sign two certifi cates for us, to proteet ze lady and moi inenie.'1 "The age of the bride?" asked Garrick Howton. "What inattairzat? You have made ze wife at fourteen many a time. My bride is sixteen, saire. Come, ze money! Here is ze money." He felt the bank bill in his hand, and it dried up bis compunctions of heart; he felt a quill put in his fingers, and the siranger. withsomcthiiiglike a fusee, made a llaine that contained brimstone and seemed yellow and blue. 'Eternally le mine, as zis papair you sign,' the strange man exclaim ed. "I mean ze lady child, ze lady, parbleii." The voice nail a deep, sepuiencr tone in it, anil by the foreboding flame Garrick saw a person whose forehead wrs all in patches, with French moustaches under his nose and blackened eyebrows drawn near ly through the temples to the edge of a colorless, inky wig. "You must give me some name, . spoko the Bishop an he' signed, "al though J cannot read by such a bght," "1 nm ze Marquis ISelfsbub. "Bring in the lady !" Low lauerhter seemed to be circling around the apartment ns the uniting words were said by the bishop's fal tering and fatigued tongue. Loud laughter broke from tho carriage windows as tho scoundrel drove away. "Here, Weasley! Lnnicel Lights! Lights!" exclaimed old Garrick How ton. "I have got my last marriage fee." No voice replied; tho dark moun tains through the windows showed bridal wreaths of stars upon their forbidding brows, like the awful pres ence of tho Marquis who had but now departed with childhood's purity in his false black eyes and wig. The Bishop took fire and lighted a candle. He saw a paper lying upon the floor with his signature on it. Ho read with horror that he acknowl edged tho sale of his soul to Beelze bub forathousund years. , "Ha! ha!" ho cried, Satan has dropped the contract ho entrapped me to sitrn. To the fire to tho lire with it!" A voice seemed to sound from the garret on the wailing of the wind. "You signed two such certificates You have married Eunice to the dev il." "Father," cried AVensley Howton next inorninir, Eunice is not to be found. Will von forgive me it she has married if shchusinarriod me? Bishop Howton lay on the floor dead. George Alfred Towusend in Baltimore J I'ome Journal. OrWatal Jostle. , The old Mussulman justice, the justice of the "Arabian Nights," wag adminis tered by a cadi according; to his innate notion of the fitnetts of things, modified or confirmed by a more or less appro priate text from the Koran. In criticis ing native justice we must bear in mind that this system existed in E;ypt within trt memory of a middle aged man. In Bowring's report upon Egypt, published in 1840, he given varions instances of this, and exemplifies oriental notions of jus tice by a conversation ho relates between a Mohammedan and an English travel ler. Governor Is it true that you in England send your thieves and roguea to a distant country? Traveller yes. ( iovernor and what may be the cost of Kending each? Traveller perhaps X'100 or 10,000 piastres. Governor and what i the cost of a sabre? Traveller about 10 or 1,000 piastres. Governor and hat is the cost of a hempen rope? Traveller almost nothing. Governor and you call yourselves a civilized and an instructed people, you who can get a saber for 1,000 piastres and a rope for almost nothing a sabre that would be head many rogues and aj-ope that would uang many thieves and who pay 10,000 piastres to get rid of one! This is your civilization. Tho Fortnightly Review. Adventure of Social' Lady. A distressing occurrence is now being turned over and over by tlie scandal mongers of fashionable circles. One night during the past week a policeman found an elegantly dressed lady wander- ng about the streets in a condition ol maudlin intoxication. She could give no information as to where she lived or by what name she was known, and the officer therefore took her to the station house. After being there for some time she recovered sufficiently to realize where she was and begged piteously to be taken home. About the same time her husband entered the station house, having been in search of her for several hours, and at once deposited collateral for her appearance at the police court in the morning, and took the. ladv awny. He was n high oflieiid of the wardepurt- ment. His wifo had been at a fashion able assembly dining the cxeiiing in question, had partaken too freely to wine, and had wandered forth unob served, only to bo gobbed up by the police. Washington Letter. Sound Advice. We eoncientiouilj re commend oar reader to try Salvation Oil in al cases of rheumatiam. Sold by all druggiete lor 25 cents a bottle. An errand boy in a Philadelphia fancy tore has jaat been left $500,000, but it is thought he will die early ol consump tion. Tbera ia nothing better for your children that are daily expoaed than a spoonful or two ot Dr. Bull a Cough Syrup. The highway of virtue is so little frequen ted that collisions are rare. A Jlodeel, Seualllva Woman Often ehrinka from conaulting a physician about functional derangement, and prefers to suffer in silence. This may be a mis taken feeling, but it is one which is largely prevalent. To all such women we would nay that one of themostskillful physicians of the day, who has had a vast experience in curing diseases peculiar to women, has prepared a rumedy which is of inestimable aid to tbem. We reNr to Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription. This is the only rem edy for woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments, sold by druggists, under a posi tive guarantee from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case or money refunded. See guarantee printed on bottle wrapper. . There are 10,000,000 books published in Germany every year. With groans and sighs, and dizzied eyes, Ho seeks the couch and down he lies; Nausea and faintness ia him rise, llrow-racking pains assail him. Pick headache! Hut ere long conies ease, His stomach settles into peace, Within his head the throbbings cease Pierce's Pellets never fail him! Nor will they fail anyone in such a dire predicament." To the dyspeptic, the bil ious, and the constipated, they are alike "a friend in need and a friend indeed." To Polish a Stained Floor. It seems to be coccdedthat stained floor should not be wet with much water if I hey are to preserve their polish. Beeswax and turpentine-, melted together carefully, not over a fire, but in the steam of a teakettle top, with all the lids on the range or stove, and the front up, lest the in flammable turpentine take fire, can be applied to 'the floor by a good in vention, r ix a board, about 1 J in dies by 8, to a broom handle, the end of which should lie cut in a slant, so that when you hold the implement at arm's Ieimth or Btnnd it alone. (the board will rest on tho floor noil a few pieces of felt under the board by the way of padding, and then tie a soft cloth firmly over it all. Smonr the paste on to this cloth very thinly, and work this rubber to and fro (not from sifle to side) with a light, even, swinging motion, be, ginning with one-half of the room, and working the space you can con veniently cover while standing still, till the floot' is done. This is tho simplest way of having a polished floor. After a time, especially if the boards were originally very smooth er ha ve been planed before the stain ing, it will look like an old parquet. The rubber used abroad consists of short, stiff brush, the size of the board above mentioned, and is weighted with a flat stone plaque, through which the huddle is fixed. It is quite sutlicient to polish once a month, ex cept where tho boards ore much trod den on. A floor treated thus should be dusted evory day with a soft, dry cloth, und not be washed. Spots, of course, aro simply remedied with a littleboraxand polish. Philadelphia ledger. ITIada Hlch In Half an Hour. S. R. Roger and his brother left their homes near Hastings, Mich., about four years ago and -went to Breckenridge, Colo., where they worked in a stamp mill. They got possession of two claims, the "Iron Musk" and the "Ke- wanee, and worked them (lining spare hours, putting considerable time and money into them. The claims had been worked previously for six years by an old miner, who failed to lind paying ore. Roger recently put a man in tho lower one, and went to work himself. In less than half an hour, after digging nbont two feet, he struck gold and sil ver bearing carbonate of silver, said to be the most valuable and easily worked deposit in that state. The vein was fol lowed to the surface, when it was found that all the previous years' work had been within eighteen inches of tho vein. The Roger brothers have been offered $100,000 for the two mines, but want S'JOO.OOO. Within a week after this find i.OOO'men were on the spot establishing clainis, but the Rogers had secured many of the most desirable. Tho mine is on the east side of the mountain, and the snow necesHitates keeping it roofed over. Chicago Tribune. He was in 18:12, lived in years. The population of Germany, according to the last census, is 4G,8ori,704. Don't hnwk, hawk, blow, spit, and dis gust everybody with your offensive breath, but use Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy and end it. The population of Texas, by a census just taken, is in round numbers, 2,025,000. C'ocr.iis jiM) Ho.iRsKNr.ss. The irrita tion which induces coughing immediately relieved by use of "Biiow.i's Biioxihiai. TuoiMES." Hold only in boxes. Anna Catherine Green, the detective story writer, writes with a lead-poncil. irilie Siiflerers from oiimmntlon. .Scrofula and General Debility, will try Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver UU, witli Jfypophoephites, they will find immediate relief and a permanent benelit. Dr. II. V. Mott, Brentwood, Cab, writes: "I have used Scott's Emulsion with great advan tage in cases of Phthisis, Scrofula and Wasting Diseases. It is very palatable. The colored men who want to be repre sented in Harrison's cabinet are still in the dark, as it were. k Radical ( nre for Epileptic Fits, T UU Editor Pleas inform jour resdsrt that I hers a positiye remedy for the aboya named diteas which 1 warrant to enr the worst cases. tto strong is mjr faith in the yirtnos of thi medi cine thst I will send free a sample bottle and ralnabl treatise to any (offerer who will live me his P.O. ana Express address. Mj remedy has onrad thonsands of hopeless esses. h. a. hoot, a. c. m iwi 8t., nw Vort A Cerman officer cannot marry an Amer ican woman without Bismarck's consent. WhMi TUh? Tint U V. ve ?&vs her C-vstorla, V I'cn she ns Child, be cried lor Cast oi-ia. Wlifn tlie hers m Mies, she clung to Castorla, V lit'U (.Im hail Children, sh fiiye thorn Castoria Mrs. Cleveland as a Reformer. Chicago Herald: Mrs. Cleveland abominates cigarettes. The smoke from one of these powerful little stink ers made its way from tho smoking car in which she was returning from Philadelphia to Washington theoth er day and annoyed her to such a de gree that she mentioned the matter to the conductor. The latter had a moment's interview with tho man with the cigarette and the result, was that lie was so strongly affected on loarnimr the name of the fair com plainant that ho threw the rest of bis cigarettes out ol toe winuow ana declared he would never smoke an other. Mm. Cleveland's opposition to the bottle, her discarding of bnngi and her reformation of a . cigarette emoker enable her to leave to her oouhtry an imperishable record M ft reformer, . . fawper Weaver. Waverly (Mo.) Times, Pec. 8. Casper Weaver is a German, born in Hessen, Germany, landed at New York in 18"j(i, Pennsylvania and New Jersey From thence he moved to Georgetown, Ky., where he subsequently joined the confederate army, and became a tried and truo soldier of that famous chief tain, Gen. John Morgan, serving through that distinguished revolution which put at rest the question of seces sion. After tho close of hostilities he came with other friends to Waverly, Lafayette county, Missouri, C S. A., where ho still resides, a peaceful, law abiding citizen and good neighbor. A few weeks since he was induced by the solicitation of bis friends to join them in pooling chances in the November drawing of tho Louisiana State Lotteiy, by which ho has as one of four in tho club, corao in possession of one-fourth of one-twentieth of the capital prize of $300,000, being the comfortable Bum of $3,750. Three others have also received their money which was collected by the Middleton bank of Waverly, Mo., 'their names are Albert Goodwin, William Is rael and a colored man named Hubert Stewart, all of whom live in this city, and are all well-known to our people. They will doubtless in the future as they have in the past continue to bo warm friends of that, institution which has so wonderfully surprised them all. For the average man, though hopeful, is generally disappointed if successful. FlcliCe Sleeping by Ilia Side of llegel. Owing to tho widening of the ap proaches to the now gate, a number of the inmates of tho old Dorothenstadtcr cemetery, in Herlin, had to he disturbed in their last resting places. Some eight or ton well-known celebrities were ex humed, and tlceir remains reinterred in the French cometery. Among these were tho remains of Ficlito (died in in 1814), which have now been placed side bv side with those of Hegel; of tho iurists. Carl August Klenze; the philos opher, George Andreas Gable; the coun cillor of medicine, W. liremer; the nov elist. Haroness Von Inihoff, together with thone of Iliifeland and his co worker, Professor Osann. This God's acre now contains the largest number of Germany s great dead. Herun Letter. Canon Knox I.iLtle. the eminent Knelisli clerivman. usually wears cloves wlieu ho preaches. A broken heart with a patch on it is stil useful. But or Oaio, City ot Toi.i:do, Lucas County, 8. 8. 1 Frank J. Chknev makes oath that ha the senior partner ol the Aral ol I''. J. Cheney & Co., dolnf business In the City ol Toledo, County and Stat aforesaid, ad that said firm will nay the sum ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor each and every eats ol Catarrh thatcunnnt b cured by tb us ol Hall's Citssrs Cum--. FRANK J. CHENEY. Swora to before roe ansl subscribed in my freeencs, this 8tb day ol December, A. D.f 888. A. W. GLEAftON. J , Kotary Public. Hall's Catarrh Car Is Uses InUraally d eels directly upea the blood and raueas uriaesa el tai eyeteaj. Bend lor tastlsaoalale, tree. V. J. CHENEY CO., Toltde, 0. faTSekJ kj Droolit, 76 state, If it conns to lilnn come into t he ui.ion. Dakota ia b" id to 'i i. mic i n'h y.y 1;; Hf-iilsLi. Or. T4K Tll0-llt The (lower trade t.f London is estimated to amuimt to .t3,U00 a day. ONCE CUBED NO RELAPSE. Cr&aal Jistsnest, m T.eri6Ted?Tov.,t855. JCr. . B. K7'. Twcr Hill.rJon,-ttoxCo.,Va., wrhet: "ljtl Bcnte rlinu Lia lBH ereral year; grT worse; eminent tiVraStlani nUndart mo; hid tBfcsjns: no railsf; not rubisft ell over 17! til H. aTavoba Oil; ftrtt applica tion TelWrti; accond re ciored pain; continued XLta cored me; no leiapce In feur years; da u mtch wct 1 tvar." ordinal statesuat, 1861. SlsnsTtrt Kov. 3, 13E3. Mr. Jr.o. H. Wall, 614 Z. 4Mt St., 8. Boston, 3&ii.: "Suffer.! acute pains 8 cvmtha In both knees; tiad could notgetup Btafra. Applied Dt. Ja cob Oil at right; ranclj reliYfd In the morning Vrled It a fain: pals final ly left me entirolT. t have had roratnra eipnln a 1 n o e. I am completely cured." THE CHAULES A. VOGELER CO., Biltimore. Md. Diamond Vera-Cura l.'OJ BYSI'UPSIA. A POSITIVE CURE FOIl INDIOKSTIOM A?5D AtX fctumf.c l Troubles Arising Therefrom. )mr Druggist or General Ptnltr trill qH Vera Of ro fnr van if not already in ttnek, or it if til be sent ly mntl on receipt of 25 elf. C5 Iwa-M l 00) l)l stamps Somttle sent on receipt of 2-cf nl stamp. THK.CIIAni.KS A. VOOELKR CO., Baltimore. Md. CONSUMPTION 1 iiftvo a ponitiTfj resmidy for the aim diseae ; by its nae thousand ot Mnei of the wowt kind and of long "landing havi benn eursd. Ro atronc is my fail ti itiita efficacy that I will fwnd two bottle trm, tcethr with a valuable troatifw on thiadiaBatx) to any en Hirer, (iire Kxnrits. and r.O.MdtlrMS. T. A.t&OCCJf. M.U., ISlPeariSt., N.V- SALESMEN! i:fH:Ht!l.l! CURES Praetratioa Dyspepsia IthauiMtiM KMney Diseases AND All Liver Disorders PROOFS Painc's Celery Com pound cured my nerv ous sick headaches." Mrs. L. A. BiiNTm, Saa Jacinto, CaL O&c bottle com. pletdv cured my wist I of dyspepsia." M. . bfacusr, Plymouth Union, Vl. After usine six bat tles f Paine s Celery Compound, am cured ot rbeumattsm. Samusl Hutchinson, South Cornisa, N. 11. It has done me mora good for kidney disease than any other meo udc." Geo. Abbott, Sioa City, Iowa. "Pane's Celery Com pound has been of treat benefit fortorplH Rver, indigestion antfbitious- ne&s. LIZ A BETH U pa IX, Queches, Vt, J. JJL SIMtlADAGllEf) OUTERS tllTTLE I I i writ I I I Y fart Jljff- rosUiTtljr cured bj taeae Mine mie. They also relieve Dis tress from Dypepeia.ln- (llgesUonandTooHeartjl fcating;. a perfect rem vedy forI)izKineM.Kanseil Drowsiness, Bui TasM In the Month. Costodl Toogue.Fsm in the aids. TOKPIB UVBH. The: regulate the Bowels. Pnrely VC(retable. Price 2S Cents; CASTS! MEDICINE CO., HEW 70L Small Pill: Small Dose. Small Price.1 ELY'8 Catarrh CREAM BALM. I was surprised alter using Kly V Cream Balm two months to find tin right nostril, wbicr was closed for 20 yeurs was open and tree as tb other. I feel verj thankful. B. H. Cressenghain, 275 18th St., Brooklyn A psrllrla 1. npplWid Inio ear.h noistrll and l ssrf e sble. Price & cenls st druggists: by msll, rrgla lfTPd. fti ri-ntr KLY HIIOTUERS, M Warren St., New York. mm QaW a FEVER Thf pontleman on (he left tons Mernury. Totashi flncl Suraiiparilltt ilixtnrfti. whii-h ruined Ilia ilises tlon and save him lueronriitl rheumatism. The weii tleninn on the fltfht tdok Swirr'S Hl-Kiric fS. S. S- whioli foroprt out tlie poison, and built hiiu uji Iroia' " th first dose. HWIKT'S BPKCIFC Is entirely a TCBOtabli medi cine, and is the only medicine which has erer cured Blood Poison, Kcronila, Blood Humors and kiniiratl dlM'asfs. Hend forour bonks on Blood imd Hirin dlscasos, mailed Free. Till! BW1KT SI'KClKiU CO. Urawor a, Atlanta, tis. c;a tarrh CtlCEn FQS SI. CO. .XTV-fv' ily tiic Novelty I'roe. ss, M fc"A INHALANT. WflV.' r'"'H!'hs. fol.ls. I'atajr . VS 1...... , !!,, i-1 cur VIS li. nr Atlmia, ctiv, ieid as il by n.Hgic to tin! new )iro rcxi, (if Vaj'ornus InliiillH.nu. T-'pcrii r to' tho mr.ny oiea- meHioutnts. Aiiorfci GUARANTEED In :.!! rami's. Tri alniint I ol,i Loral vni t'onsU'u'ifinnl. Pen t bv msil oa rccei) 1 1 1 price. SI. Pnrtii-iinrs on rl.phcHtinji. ACJ1K CIIKHI CA I. t O., St. l.ouis. Ko. 14 RSWtai nPESEJStl i a 1'aJ rtill'pi'fjiE irom aii other, fun r.HiU.f, w!ti Jielf- ilini-tH'.ir hi M'Utf r,aiifipt II self to nil j o-it!nnsol'lhc botty.whiiw t.-e hull in thn.-iip praeses baolt ron does vyitn TnnTinttr- 'v "-"hV 1 rV.,.! Biiro.-rtaln. It 1 dor.lMid ,rhpP .Sent Iiy maU. Circular! tr. IW1EIT03 TRVBt JIW. t0., Cktnct Ui on JOIES PAYSt 0 Tea Waaoa Hrales. irva i.c..r., bum Bearing.. 5 the FREIGHT m4 Rtx for 960. Xrerr sl.t a.l. Fr fr. prim lls ISstS tf jlOHAMTIs. BINCUAMTON. N. V. IKStJHK IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY H- T)W YORK. Tlie Lariett, Chcspe.it sod iieat Is tbe Worli. CASH AS8F.TB 130.000.000. SIMON OOCTZ. Special AfBt WM. 7. ALLEN, Oeaeral agent wt a tw ni tt ..II our cimiii iiy .ampls l lha wbol.Mle tn r ibII trsa. I..rge.twann fr ia r linn. r.nGl MrUiu.p WllHlljl'irUiy. mmnipipi.. n. n.lal. an...rffl U.n.J sdvaRccU fr full, sil.erti.iiiK. ct. Centennial Mnu(ac1unnz Co., Cincinnati, Ohie. Frnsh Tlnllablo. Only J and J rents per lai-Re pnchSfre. &iH).0QD Novelty present Kkbr. Sdem- moth Seed Karma. One acre SEEDS nt (tiHH. Bo UiW.ULCHBk loautif-U harden Guide FREE. G OLE'S TESTED SEED iT.l'a lllsaai. tas1.Bl A MB. Haft 1 Fr .mtvMN -vUiCr. itiwt'Sl pncM. Aiinuuiu s MaAeB X Wit ti 1 rJ I M I VSSiW outto O "ptmied onabsrii.. Noexpsnencerulra find that Plso'a enra for Oonaumiitlon not onll PKEVKNTfl, bat also 0UKE8 Hoaraa- sj f mm tg STuet. nonk-Veeplns, Penmanaaia, SI w sws sb. Antimietio, nnon.nsnu, me... mnr- nnshll' tsnslit by mall. HKYANT-8 Wl Low rates. Ctrmilara free. KXJK, 4.11 Main St., Buffalo. . V. .stuw A bbbb.jbbbbbb.bbbbb.b.bsbbbJ ClMU-lwtOB n. Masa Ms WAnas e4 TUSSOBIB rsssayetl wtckealkalfa, wtns,n naasreat jL-area. I. atua.i.a.a. eases. OB Writ for safer. kUlaaasee, Was, CANCERrrft It MM IPM. A srts 6 fXtttk DITS.XJ M9M smovart. " 5ffl HfSaaly srths EsBiarau CiBBleal OL Tr4i3BBrl I prescribe and folly sn dorae Big ) aa the only specific ortheceriaincar of this disease. H.H.LNOKAHAM.M. D;, Amsterdaui, N. . Wi here sold Big- G 1st many yoars, and It has faction. D. B. DYCHE CO.. Chin... Tit l.OO. Sold by VruccW MS'iLJ (tTT0GIOADAY! W AUE.VTM WASiTKOt lycisrtn.Ans ran. IMllRrewstftr'afafntrReln Holdera OIVT5N AWAY to Intro duce tbem, kvery norae owner buys front 1 to 6. T.tnea nerer under borse'e feet. Hend 'A cents In stamps to par poetaee snd packing for Moklo Plated cample that sells for cents. Address, Brewster Iff g Co., Holly ,MIch. PretUast BOOK arcrl Prlntad. Thousands oft , EnamTittgs. Best 8KKD I at t'llSftiinii .iw iimii, PktM 3e Cheat) at dirt bv 1 as. t tt. inOOM PktM. tun ' tarts tUndeil MUCK to tVsforners. I (five . MM. .a.. Mima flms sell. Rend for my CaUlOaTua. K. H. Ihamwaj, Hockforsl, lU, J3 I. N TH..jH0UirJ0 . MBSMN HTBJH WWW Wainaf m -avaiBaps .nasasiai BHaai W. M. 0-. Obmba, 449-i.