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THE WAY-SIDE WELL.
He stopped at the way aid well, Where the water was cool and deei), TUw" erdiinttiery rerua'i-wixt the iuy stones, Auil (tray was Uia ol I wll sweep. IIh left bis carriage -M e; -Nor could oorxhni ui or fo tuiua Ml Wi y tbe master sttv ad lu tin tiust r a I ii drlt at t v-"Mr well. He swayed with bis gloved banc s The well-sweep craklng and slow, Wlille from toia ail ccar la the buckol's side The v.rrtr platel tuick below. He lifted it to lao Cdilt, And bent dowii to the buckets prim; Hd furrows of time or ra.-tt Jia 1 murkxi The face that looked back at him. He saw buti faiuifiV lNy 'As be stooped o'er fie brim to drink, And ruddy aud taund was the laughing face That met his over tlio brink. Xhl eyes we-e suuuy aud clear, Aud thu trow uuilluinifd by care, While from under the t r.ra of Uieold straw bit Strayed curls of chestnut hair. He turned away wllli a sigh, Nor could coachman or footman tell Why the Ulster stopped in his ride that day To drink at t'te way-onle well. (iood Company. - DE LA.M' A SI'RAYIN'. ExhortJliou at a colorel camp-ineetlnjr. The dialect is that or a Missisaippi plantation. Look out, backslid vi.av you wtlkiu? Make a misstep, sU,' you bn'u. I tell you what, it's m use talkin', Ef you fclip ui', chile, you yonel De road is full er stump an' stubble. Ruts an' siuk ho! tery whar I spec dey'll in you hw.p r trouble, 'F you don't stop yo' foolin' dar It's dark z pitch an' mighty cloudy. Spec' de debbil's walkiu' mau'. Fus' thimf you know he'il tell you "howdy," Llf his hoof an' utoiup V Rroun'. Man, can't you se a sirV ai'a a brewln'? Hear d awfui thundi'-r pell Look! Waziu' liKLt'j.iri' ttiat'nln ruin Ob, backslider, how yon lVel? Drtp ou yo' kuraK an' co to prayin'. Ax de Lawd to b'p you out. Chile, tell him you 's a lam' a ttrayin' Doue Rot los' an' Btun.'liu' 'bout. An' deu you'll see de stars a-gleainiu' 'Lurainatin' allde way. Yea, 'bout ten thoiman' twinkliu', IwamiB' Smack u nt well tl break er day. But el you rail tie r'ebfi'l git you. Fetch you ship! rl zht In yo' eye, You'll feel tnoti' hke trn rape shot bit you, Drapp'd i'oui bait way to de skyl THE LITTLE C1IA1U1. It was by far the worst quarrel they had ever had, and they had many, for she had a temper, and he had a temper, and they were both of them Impulsive young people with very little self-control. You are a fplse, selfish, untruthful, man-like man,' said she. And you a suspicious, unreasonable, unwomanly woman,' said he. Take back. your letters,' she cried, flinging a parcel tied with hyacinth blue ribbon on the floor at his feet. I will, he muttered between his clenched teeth, picking up the parcel and throwing it into the Are, where it blazed brightly for a moment or two, and then Hew away in thin uncanny black fragments up the chimney. As the last fragment disappeared, Rick turned again to Letty, with frowning brow, and asked, us he had asked be fore, Do you still persist in accusing me of deceit and falsehood?' 'I do,' she rep.ied, 'unless you show me the charm.' I will not show it to you,' he declar ed, with violent emphasis. 'If my word be not sufficient, I refuse to give you further proof. I wonder that you dare insult me by asking it. And I al so wonder how you, believing me to be false and untruthful, can be willing to trust your future to me. And, to speak frankly, I begin to think we have made a great mistake in supposing that we could spend that future happily togeth er. And, furthermore, I also begin to think that perhaps it would have been better if we had never met. Oh, indeed, sirl with great assump tion of dignity. 'Have you just arriv ed at that conclusion ? I have long been sure of it. But there is nothing easier than to part. Your letters are already disposed of. To-morrow I will Bend back your ring and picture. And then, when 1 am free once more, I can try to please my mother (our acquaint ance, as you are well aware, has never pleased her) and in pleasing her I may find 1 am doing a pleasant as well aa a wise thing for myself.' Are you referring to Brougham Brown i I am referring to Brougham Brown.' Rick, seizing his haL said, 'this is too much. Letty, good by forever.' ! But Letty began humming an air, drumming an accompaniment on the window pane, and vouchsafed no an swer. Rick rushed from the room. The humming and drumming ceased instantly, and the whilom performer lis tened intently. Five minutes passed, and still the street door did not slam, 'lie is waiting for me to come out into the hall and beg his pardon, I suppose, but I won't,' and she turned again to the window as the door shut with a .bang. And then she flung herself on the lounge, kicked off her slippers, and cried like a summer shower. Rick gone, and gone 'forever' Rick whom she had loved so dearly, and who had loved her'so dearly, for two long years. And why? Just because that silly, giggling, Lena Marian, with her pale blue eyes and straw-colored hair, had chosen to tell fibs about him. And shaking the water from her lashes, she began scold ing herself Just as hard as she had scolded poor Rick. 'The idea Letty Lounsberry, of your believing that girl before him ! What possessed you? He did flirt a little with her, that is true ; but all men flirt a little with girls who persist in admiring them and flattering them. But he never gave her the little gold pig your Christmas gift to him never ! How she got it I can't imagine, but he would have explained it if you had given him a chance.' And then the absent mother, gone to Aunt Emory's for a two days' visit, came in for a share of reproach. 'If she had only let our engagement be known, instead or in sisting upon our waiting until Rick was 21.' And Letty suddenly remem bered that ever since Rick came in to make a morning cull, knowing Mrs. Lounsberry was absent, baby had been sitting alwne in the tiini'ig-room In the middle of the big Jinxes -table, surround ed by all the pickle aud marmalade jars and fruit cans and catsup bottles and jam pots out of the store-room. For it was the monthly house-cleaning day, and the store-room fell to Letty's share, the foreign help being gifted with too great a talent lor smashing and break, ing, to say nothing of an equally great talent for abstracting and devouring loth sweets and sours. Letty uprang from the lounge, thrust her feet inte her slippers, and hastened where duty had been calling her for some time. Baby sat, as good as gold, nursing a bottle of tomato sauce, snugly wrapped in a dish-towel, in the spot where she had been when Rick's ring summoned her sister to the door. Only one small flask lay broken on the floor. 'That won't be missed,' said Letty. I thank fortune, there's no worse mischief done.' But the 'thank' was scaiely uttered when her eyes fell upon the last jar of the famous peach marmalade, the secret of the making of which died with grandmamma, and which was being carefully kept for Aunt Emory's (Aunt Emory was an old maid worth $30,000) birthday. There it stood directly in front of baby, with more than half of its thick paper hat torn off, and a yawn ing cavity made in its precious contents by little scooping fingers. Oh, Baby, why couldn't you have takervany jirbut that?' asked Letty, reproachfully and dramatically. But Baby evidently had no excuse to offer for net doing so, for she kept on croon ing to her bottle-doll, while her sister hastily fashioned another paper hat and tied it securely over what remained of the original covering. Then said Baby, "Rick tiss 1 nice Rick!" Oh, that is what he was doing when she foolishly imagined he was waiting for her to come and Implore his forgive ness bidding good-by to Baby. She might have known it, for he had al ways loved Baby dearly.' Yes, Baby; nice Rick, good Rick, dear Rick; but, for all that, the ring he gave me goes back to him to-morrow unless I hear from him to-night. How date he wish that we had never met?' But she did not hear from him that night, and the little band of gold was placed in Rick's hands as he left his place of business. But ah, what a silent, sorrowful maiden wandered about the Lounsberry dwelling thereafter! What a listless, weary voice repeated the nursery rhymes that Baby demanded fifty times a day! .No nice no more,' eaid Baby, miss ing the merry tones and the happy laugh. But Mrs. Lounsberry was not at all dis pleased with the turn affairs had taken, Broughuaan Brown suited her much better as prospective son-in-law than Richard Creighton. One was a wealthy young brewer, the other a poor clerk in a counting house. Letty will soon get over it,' she said to Letty's father, whose heart ached at the sight of his daughters sad face. A first-love disappointment is always hard to bear for a while. I thought I should have died when Stephen Ford married my cousin, but I didn't; I lived to marry you, and I have a seal-skin cloak, and Mrs. Ford hasn't even a jacket.' And so B rough mao Brown, who was really a manly, generous, good hearted fellow, in- spite of his beer and wealth, encouraged by the maternal head of the house, began devoting him self in the most ardent fashion to Letty, and she, seeing her mother's pleasure thereat, and hearing no word from Rick, received his attentions in a passive, un responsive way. Three months went by, and it was Aunt Emory's birthday, and that ec centric old lady had decided to divide it among the family, lunching with one portion, dining with another, and sup ping with a third. The lunch party was given at her Bister Letitia's (Mrs. Lounsberry), and some half a dozen old friends and some dozen relatives were bidden to the feast. Letty, in a sea go, wn with a spray of pink hyacinths in her hair, went quietly about wel coming her guests, Brougham Brown following her like her shadow, until lunch was announced. Then, taking her place at the table, the young man still near her, she raised the cover from and dipped a spoon into the last jar of grandmama's famous peach marmalade (she had had it placed before her, trust ing to be able to hide the mischief Baby had done), when somebody said, ad dressing her mother: 'Have you heard that Richard Creighton is going abroad for Ids health? lie has given up his situation, and sails in a day or two. They say he has failed fast lately.' And the very next moment Aunt Emory fixed her spectacled eyes upon her niece's pale face, and asked, sharp ly: 'What's the matter, child? Do you see anything dreadful in the sweets? No, ma'am,' answered Letty, with a pitiful attempt at a smile, when the spoon struck something harder than preserved peaches should be. Let me help you,' said Brougham; and with one turn ef his wrist he placed upon the dainty china shell be fore her a wad of paper. And so that is the la3t of the cele brated marmalade, i it?' said Aunt Emory. 'I prefer my sweets unmixed with any foreign substances. Take it away, Norah. But Letty was already unrolling the paper (it proved to be the missing part of the Jar s original hat) a rather dif ficult thing to accomplish, as it stuck persistently to her small fingers, but accomplished at last, when out relied the little gold pig. And on the inside of the paper In Rick's bold hand were these words: My Darlino: How foolish we are I mean, I am! Here is the charm. Miss Varian had it about ten minutes last nig'it only long enough to show it to you and tell you a story about it. Baby will give it. to you. Had no pa per, so I tore a piece off one of your jam pots. Will see you to-morrow evening. Rick.' Never did any young lady so sud denly break through all the convention alities of society, never did daughter bo quickly forget the wishes of her moth er, never did niece so unflinchingly brave the displeasure of a thirty-thou-sand-dol lar aunt, as did Letty Louns berry the instant after she had read this note. 'Brougham,' she said, looking at him with beseeching eyes, 'I must see Rick. You will go and bring him ?' For a moment he pulled hi long moustache nervously. 'We are not very good friends, you know, at last he said. 'Yes, I know. Bat 1 am to blame for that, Brougham, but I must see Rick.' And the good fellow, hesitating no longer, turned from the imploring f ;.ce, and, with a tugglngat his heart-strings, went off to dt ek his rival. He found him, and brought him back. And what do you think Aunt Emory did ? Aunt Emory, who had declared over and over again that only as Mrs. Brougham Biowu, Letty should inherit any of her money. 'Left the house in a passion!' Not a bit of it. She laughed and laugh ed until she could laugh no longer. 'Now I shall have something new to tell folks,' she said. 'They must be tired and sick of my old yarns. I'm suielaui. Love, gold pigs, jealousy, and marmalade all mixed up together. It's one of the funniest things 1 ever heard in all my life. 'I'm glad you think so,' said Mrs. Lounrlrrry. 'It don't strike me that way. What are they going to live on?' 'Oh, I'll look after them,' said Aunt Emory; and her remark makes a very good ending to this story. Josh Billings on Courting Comtiiig is a luxury, it. id ballad, it is is- wafer, it is a btveridge, it Is tin pla spell ov the sou). The man who has n-er courted haz lived in vain ; he haz bin a blind man araun? land skapes and watf:itkaes; he has bin a delT man in the land ov hand organs, and by tin side ov murmuring canaln. Courting iz like 2 little springs ov soft water that steal out from under a rock nt the f ut ov a mountain and run down the hill bide by side singing and daus ing and spalrring each uther, eddying and hotlung and ks kail ing, now hid ing under bank, now full ov sun, aud now lull of shudder, till bimcby tha jine and then tha g slow. I am in lavor ov long courting; ii gives the put tits a chance to find out each uther's trump kardi, It is gd exeicis, and is jisl m inueisent as 2 merino lamb?. Courting b like stra lorries and rr am. wants to be did nlow, then yu gi' the fl-ivor. I hav saw folks git ackquait.t ed, fall in luv, git married, settt I down and git tew wink, in three weeks from date. T!;is h jist wrt sum folks Urn a trade, aud nkounU tor the grate, num ber ov almiley mean mechauicks we hav, and the ioor jobs ilia turn out. Pel hups it is best i hhtid state sum goiM advise tew ymz men, whu are aliu.it tew court with a final view to matrimony, az It waz. In the first plase, yung man, u want to git yure 8) sum awl rite, und then find a yung woman who iz williisg tew be courted on the square. The next thing is tew find out how old she 19, which yu kan dow bi asking her and she will sa that she is 19 years old, and this yu will find won't be far from out ov the wa. The next b et thing iz tew begin mod erate; say onse every nite in the week for the fust six months, increasing the dose a the pashelnt seems to require it. It is a fust rate wa tew court the girl's mother a leettle on the start, for theie iz one thing a woman never de spizes, and thatiz, a leettle good court ing, if it is dun fctrjkly on the hquare. After Ihe fust year yu will begin to bo well ackquainted aud will begin tew like the bizzness. Thare is ono thing I alwus advise, and that iz not to swop fotograffs oftener than onse In 10 daze, unless yu for git how the gal looks. Okasionally y u want tew look sorry and draw in yure wind az tho yu had pain, this will set the gal tew teazirg yu tew find out what ails yu. Evening meetings are a good thing tu tend, it will keep your religgion in tune, and then if the gal happens to be thare, bl acksident, she kan ask yu tew go hum with her. As a ginral thing i wouldn't brag on uther gals mutch when i waz courting, it mite look az tho yu knu tew mutch. If y u will court 3 years in this wa, awl the time on the square, if yu don't sa it iz a lettile the slikest time in your life, yu kan git measured for a hat at my expense, and pa for it. Don't coult for munny, nor buty, nor relashuns, theze things are jistabcut az onsartin as the ktrosene ile refining bissuess, 1 label tew git out ov repair and bust at enny mlnnit. Court a gal for fun, for the luv yu bear her, for the vartue and bissuess thare Is in her; court her for a wife and for a mother, court her as yu wud court a farm for the strength ov tne slle and the parfeckshun ov the title; court her as tho she wasn't a fule, and yu a nuther; court her in the kitchen, in the parlor, over the wash-tub, and at the planner; court this wa,yung man, aud if you don't git a good wife and she don't gtt a good hustband, the fait wou'tbe in the court inn. Yung man, yu kan rtly upon Josh Billings, and if you kant make these rules wurk jist send for him and he will slio yu how the thing is did, and it shaut kost yu a cent. Until lately Flench fishermen could make 15,000,000 francs a year from the sardine fishing on the Brittany coast. Now the 6.-.rdii:e3 have entirely disap peared, and French scientists attribute their migration to a change in the di rection of the gulf stream. Science Notes. w. II. smith, m. d., rn. D. Prussia has at court a medical officer who acts as a minister of justice. Ten cubic feet of carbonic acid gas are given off in respiration from the lung of a man every 24 hours. Six grains of vapor are exhaled from a man's lungs every minute. Cold may be taken in the spinal cord and produce loonnuitor ataxia. In the United State 73 papers are devoted to science and mechanics. Twenty-five trichinoe have been counted in a single muscle ot the ear Tornadoes are usually preceded by a calm and sultry state of the atmos phere. In Boston they say that one electric lamp at night is as efficient as five policemen. In England Darwin estimates that upon one acre of earth 57,767 earth worms exist. In this country they are probubly far more numerous. Llnguins assert that a striking pe culiarity of the English language is to be seen in the fact that so many of its words are of foreign origin. The usual duration of tornadoes is from 18 to 70 seconds. Their breadth extends from a few rods to sev eral hundred miles, but the length of their course is seldom over 20 miled. The number of words in different languages is very great. Thus the Chi nese have 40,000 words and Flugel's dictionary contains 65,000, and Web ster's dictionary 70,000. In the Practitioner Dr. Hunter rec ommends Arcmipa, l'eru, as a resort for consumptives. There the air is dry and aseptic, and the temperature does nololten vary two degrees, butremalus nearly uniform at 65 Fahrenheit. Blood-stains upon cloth, even after the garment has been washed in water, may bo detected by spectrum analysis The spectroscope also enables the .scientist to distinguish recent old blood clots. Clouds are moisture evaiorated from the earth, and afterwards partiaily con densed in the atmosphere. The aqueous vapor in the former is less condensed, lighter, and elevated above our lieu! a, that of the latter is nure concentrated, heavier, and in contact with the earth. A report is going the rounds of tho papers to the effect that trichina had been found in a pike caught near Os tend, in the North Sea. It is probable that in this case intestinal worms, such as have been known to invest shad, were mistaken for trichina. In the Plac Maubert, Paris, is a market for the purchase of cigar htumps. There are also iu that city with their headquarters in the wine saloons, four or five wholesale dealers ia these stumps which in our country are thrown away as worthless. It is said that a large part of the tobacco thus accumulated is exported as a favorite brand named Tabac de Paris. The pharmacists in the Canton of Vand in Switzerland recently compelled by legal measures a patent medicine vender to omit from his advertisement the statement that his "Celebrated P;lls" were found In the stores of all good druggist. This was regarded as u libel by the apothecaries, and iu this losition they were sustained by the court. The petroleum supply in Pennsyl vania shows signs of becoming ex hausted. Ruined derricks over wells pumped dry in regions that once spout ed abundantly are common. Hitherto new sources of supply have been found to take the place of the abandoned; but the present indications are that the great reservoir is nearly drained. The Bradford region in .McKeau county which pump 60,000 barrels a day, and appear to be the central supply for the state is steadily failing at the rate of 2,500 dally. An Ieisii Problem. A member of the health department of St. Louis has recieved a letter from one John L. Sullivan, which embodies a first-class Irish puzzle. The writer propounds: If a man was to die and get married the second time . before he died, and leave his wife that he married the second time, and then was to die and leave a will, and was to make the will before he died, and then die, could his second wife's children, after the will was made, come in for their full share of his property if he bought 250 acres of land after he made this will? And does it make any difference to his second wife's children whether the first wife's children, which were born before he married the second time, come in for their share of his personal property which he had before he died?" Germany is disturbed because two United States war ships have been ordered to Egyptian waters. Paul Boynton is swimming In North Carolina. A World of Gpod. One of the most popular medicine now be fore tbe American putillc, in Hop Uittora. You tee it Trywhert. People take It with good tffoct It builds them up. It In not as plean ant to the taxte ns romn other Hitters, as it Is not a whisky drink. It is more like the old fashioned hone-set tea, that has done a world of good, (f ou don't feel Jusr right, try H p Filaceoa Louise Is eoroute to Canada. She m'ed on lb 25th. HatesviLLC, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1880. I am very glad to say X hare tried Hop BU ters, Hnd uerer tookanylbiu that did me as macb good I only took two bottles end I would not take tlt'O for the good thfy did me. Irecommett'l them tr my patients, aid etthe host results from iolr us. ' ('. U. MKft KR, M. D. Jews are contluulojt to leave Bueela hy the tbouBAnds TORMENT, INDEED. Life's vexations do not generally come on ono llVe a storm descending the mountain or like a whirlwind j they come as the rain does In soma sections of the world gently, but every day. Ousof life's UIhoouj forts is preHented herewith: Ai-i-oruing vi popuatr impression, hot weather, niottquiioes and mad dogs aU flourinh at the same time and areenaiveable to the maleflo Influence of theDogHtar. hpeaklugof uoks anu me Dog biar re- mi no us oi a Doy's story of a dottand tbe comet andwhleu we here give in a snort extract Iroin the boy's letter: "(Jolly, hob. you oueht to ha' been there Ut night to a-eeen the fun. Tom v Winkins' dorg Toddles was a-settin' at the gate a-gazln' at the Coinlt. when along comes old KvkfM durmwl rat In r. rler and the 2 waltzed over the fence and the 2 fought. The tarrier proved too much for Tod- aies, ana aiore uey couia nam nlin off the bat tle ground he had made a good square meal off his hide. Tom was In deepalr. A kind looking gentleman In a broad brim hat told him to get a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and rub him with it. and it would cure him in no time. What does Tom do but steal into the chapel at Venper time and slide into Father Jacobs confessional box and beg of him a bottle of his oil with which to rub his dorg. Tbe Father felt of Tom's bead ; It was hot an' afore Tom could utter a prayeY, two men were luggin' him home fol lowed by a great crowd, who kept at a safe distance, thinking he had been bit by a mad dorg. The more he kicked and screamed to be let free, the tighter they held on to him." In reference to another torment, tbe Chicago Wertern liUhiilie recenUy wrote: lir. Joel 1. narvey. U. 8. Collector of Internal Reve nue, of this city, has spent over two thousand dollars on medicine for tils wife, who was sutler lng dreadfully from rheumatism, and without deriving any benelit whatever; yet two bottles of Ht. Jacobh Oil acoompliwhed what the mont skillful medical men failed in doing. We could give the names of hundreds who have been cured by this wonderful remedy did space permit na. The latest man who has been made happy through the use of this valuable liniment is Mr. James A. Conlan, librarian of the I'nion Catholio Library of this city. The following is Mr. Oon lon's indorsement : Union Catholic Library Association,) 204 Dmrborn iitrtet, V Chicago, Sept. 18, 1880. J wish to add my testimony to the merits of Ht. Jacobs Oil as a cure for rheumatism. One bot tle has cured me of this troublesome disease, which gave me a great deal of bother Ibr a long time; but, thanks to the remedy, I am cured. Thu tauoneut la unxoliclted by any one Lu its Inter SttW Very reHpectfully, Jam ts A. Con lax. Librarian. THRESHERS! Tkat ! rka ch&xpil. Ilia. tr . THK AULTMAN aTAYLOKCO.. MnBliuld.Ql , .; v.-io-.w i ' - 4..-.. i j . , AU .- Sprvc i ; ' . , , fc r-i4 ii. vvt t: "i tlUlfl '"' "St. letr.n.. Mi.-!-.. 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' !:ubuitioa ot Hops, Eochu, Man . u'kl? Dandelion, witti uii-iubcttani ,,tf I kiii.tvu iijx rtua of in ( t:.r fritters, .-.it v'-thirn'tt Blood Purifier, Llv r l- l'I U l trr, and Lite aiiU il ailii Umloriii '.;out onVia.1 US arUt. J;-ase o an pomHWy ln siixt whra lie r ii.. ,orJU" usMlSOTaried and iwrtect aretacir .i.i'ntlona.l 7t7 eiv twuVMil;ortotliieinlIafrm. t.-. .ii ahoui .mmiiloTMiontaeauna IrmruUrr quire an AppaiserVTon'" and nlld Stimulant, tlupnitton axe luralu"" wnneui uu- IcatinK. Nomatur what your fo?Hnri or symptoms aw what ttxfdiattfue r.r aJlnont ia utf Hop Illt- ura. Don't wait until you ar ales but If you o-.ly feel bad or Dilnible.m",e"M a ones, it may Bare your llfe.lt ha bundrwla, $500 willbepaldfo-aoal thpy wfll not nire or help. Do not suffer i'lt your f rleudi aulTer.lmt uiand nrtr themX,Ulw HOP B itrmembcr, flop Bitter b noV T,le. dniinred drunken nostrum, but tbe FunaV' a hnt Medicine madt) i th ISTtUC mac 1 vid Mora" and no t"rull or faui i 1 uul't bo Without thi t,fc r 1 ' J.i An nbnol'ltandlrred: to. .iruiiiu iiiit'Jme.e of oi'lum. trnwuco All a-oul byilruir-'. 1 i.rt'in'ular. H BlUert B.'n. f..,.t.H-rf.T S T r.'.rt T. ( 1LN i it- Vi.,N t I have used 1k. IUhteh'h Ml - ytfM iwrnt '-Dve years id nif aicine, nave never luunn anyiuina 10 ariTaiue results mat DR. 11ABTER' Iltox Ton IO dm t. In I-my cases of Nervous llostratlon, Female Diseases, Dyspepsia, ami an liu CovortMio.i condition of the blood, this pearlers remedy, has la my hands, made some wonderful cures, ssestliat have baffled some of oar most eminent physicians, have yielded to this treat and Incompar jle rcmpily. I prescribe It in preference to any Iron 1 Da. UAJtTU'S iJON Tome Is a necessity in my pra 8t. Lorn, Mo.. Nov. ii Jt aire rvlor to the blood,' natural healthful ton to the dig entire organ and nervout iiKten,tnaking it applicable to General Jebilitf, Iahm of Appe tite, l'rowtratlon of Vital Putvere and imyotence, UANMFACTUuEfl rJYTII" D". i'BTi'H "aW . -,. t, k Above U an exact portrait of HRS. SARAH J. YAN BUREH. DlbCOVLREH OV LADIES' TONIC A preparation which is unequafrtl fat Purifying ihe Blood and Toning Up the Female System. H?VJ Tf J" PrP1114 b7 Mr Van Brrcn at i'J-i 1- ratiki.u tt., Buffalo. N. Y., and haa he.t uM success! uily by ladies for yt-ara. ltlsauv cu,v lrall rVinul C"in plaints. Low Fever. Ajru .roli'ln, Si. k IlMdaofia, and all weakness cuus. J oy t.i-.sH irregularities which are so com. ..i'.ti to..ttu,,j. TlnslsuoPufenf Median: .;nt U prepared by Mia, Van Boreu after tim? or caperioin:e, and recommended by her, ua)i Allows it :tl nvo new lite to any brokeu-d.vv.t n-out or oviT worked member of her ac . ivii a a.vd JtW'ikRa need somethirn? to ' -tnre ii I'.olu. H -r own under th- -aiii '.vblf i in -iH'aotly dmi'iy'rur .-.i . . . Van liurer r- a -,. ... -i '.culars. ' sale by Dru pc . . . M. K. P. 385 UOLMAN'S HO PADS Operate by absorp tion through tbe Nerve Forces a m tbe Circulation. TAa Dr. Holman's Pad is A Positive Cure ! For all Htomach, Liver and Rpleen troubles. Chron ic LMarrboBa, Malaria In all Its forms and tbe ma Jortty of disorders which disturb tha human econo my. It is a never-falltna preventive of Small pox, Diphtheria, hcarlet. Typhoid and all Malarial t'evars and all dlsaaaei which germinate In blood poison. BEWARE Or ItOOVS ANIt IMITATION PA 1S. KA VII a EN VINE UOLStAN PA U bears the J'fff KIK REWENVK STAMP ot tbe I10t,MaN PAD COM PANT being tbe above Trade-mark printed In green. FOfl SALE BY AU DRUGGISTS Or sent by mall, post-paid, on receipt of Prtoe-Keg-ular Pad 13.00. rlLLTBKATlSKSENTriULE. AOVICB VBKK HOLMAN PAD CO., (P.O. noit I u.) 744 Broadway. N. X. LAKE SUPERIOR TRA5S1T COMPAH. THE GREAT DULUTJI ROUTE. Intended sailings of steamers from Detroit for Hault Ste. Marie anl other Lake hu pert or ports: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Bat urdavs, II p. m. For Cleveland. Erie and Buffalo: Sundays, Mon days, Wedneadays and Saturdays at 6 p. m., mak iiuf railroad connections for points Bast and South. Kail connections at i uluth for fit. Paul, Minne apolis, Bismarck, Manitoba and other points north, south and west Bskksrs checked to destination. For tickets and other Information apply to 3. T. WHITINO, Uen'l Ati't. Dock and office foot ef Woodward ave., Detroit, Mich. FOURTH OF JULY GOODS At Lower Prices than Erer. We offrr a LARGE STOCK to select from of all tbe old, reliable kinds, as well as everything new, Inoludtnc the Colored -NEW DEPARTURE GOODS." As we inantifature all our exhibition pieces, we are naliled not only to save tbe purchaser largely on the :uui of fn-iKiit, but aim to tret up on short oottoe any ; wlal dfwitfiior motto wanted. Cal I and ere tor yourselves. (UlAY, TOYINTON & FOX, 20, 23 and 24 Wondbrldxe Street East, DETROIT, MICH. Vatailn near Water Works, In Hamtraiuea. NEILSON'S SECRET FOB THE CO-'PLEMII A Most Elegant Toilet Preparation. At lu name Implies, It was the favorlts and only prepara tion ucd hy th.t moit beautiful and accomplished ftctrm, Ml S3 ADLLA1DE NEILSUN, for whom it waa expressly prepared and supplied by tha inventor, not only duriag her ttay in this country, but whea in England and Europe. Tha vuiulroua transparent beauty and lieshnesa of completion, for which MISS NH1LSON was noted, la the best recom. mendation that can be offered In its behalf. It is a most de- hot sen or winds, as tt prevents tan, freckles, etc., and gives a daiigbttul cooling and refreshing feeling to the surface. It Is perfectly harmless. The proprietress oflers ONE THOU SAND DOLLARS to anv one who can fiad even a trace of an v It phttul adlunft to the toilet. esnOTi-Jlv ftenMure ta the mineral, poisonous, o? deleterious sutstaace whatever, la N EI LSON 'S Sl'.CKLT for the complexion. This " re herthc " preparation for tha toilet doss not five a whitewashed appearance to the face, like Hummy Dumpty la the Pantomime, but so assimilates itself with the skin that It cannot be detected even under tha brilliant Blare ot tbe Electric Llvht. fnica, ej CBNTS, bold by all Druggists and Dealers In Fancy Goods, or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price in stamps. Address MME. MARIE FONTAINE, 1 10 Mala St.. Buffalo. N. T. A i, .f t. . tVxWu'o of i roit, I Uru ennl Hark mui I 'hrmulutriiJ i Jot palatable form. lTu Sony preparation of iron I that ttrlilnot blacken the I teeth, a characteristic of othrr Iron preparation. ' Irto.f I0..10 In my practice, and In an eipeiTenceo'l nrenaratlon made. In f.v nrarUce. Da. BDllaJt H aunt a rompotura IT BAMirELHl ith. lwi. 8104 Wash AvPTtne. WOtriHT C" 21 N. MHf. t . . iCM UABJE. BBS 3l f 7rn ,7 w..w.f i r --' j