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'Ml DAUGHTER LOUISE.
In the llht of the moon, the aide of the water. My seat ou the Band an J her teat on my We watch'he bright billows, do I and my (tauitluor, My sweet Itttle daughter Loulie. We wonder what city the pathway of lory, That broadenn away to the limitless went, Leads up to she mlnda her of seme pretty story , , And says : "To the city that mortal lore best." Then I say: "It must lead to the far away city, The beautiful City of Rest." In the light of the moon, by the side of the Bland two iu the shadow of whimpering trees, And one loves my daughter, my beautiful daughter, My womanly daughter Louise. Bhe steps to the boat with a touch of his flu- And out oo the diamonded pathway they move; The shallop is lost In the distance, it lingers, It waits, but 1 know that its coming will That ?t went to the walla of the wonderful city. The magical City of Love. In the light of the moon, by the side of the I wait for ber coming from over the seas; 1 wait but to welcome the dust of my daugh ter, To weep for my daughter Louise. The pat h, as of old, reaching out In Its splen dor, Gleams bright, like a way that an angel has trod ; . I kiss the cold burden its billows surrender, Bweetclay to lie under the pitiful sod; But h rests at the end of the path, in the city, Whose ''builder and maker is God." Homek Green ss in our Continent. MRS. DODD'S POllTIEUE. ' l mean to have a portiere, sure's you live anouneed Mrs. Dodd. Lor, what's that?' asked Lucinda. Otie of Mrs. Farloa's new recipes r I hope it's something good. A portierel child alivel 'Don't you know what that is? They's curtains, huug up to the doors, aud they sweep on the floor and they're worked with crewels, and yarns and things! Lawyer Browne's folks, over to HiDgham, have real satin brocade ones in the best par lor, good enough for a gown. But Mrs. Kitchener the housekeeper, sh'e took me into her room, and there they was nothing but coffee-bagging if you'll be lieve it, with bits of collored cotton flannel sewed on 'em; and the bagging ain't over fifteen cents a yard.' I don't see the good of hanging cur tains up to the doors; nobody can see through 'em.' Lor, child, the door is took off, and the portiere hangs in its place, and looks mighty grand, and makes you feel as though you was living in a pal ace. I don't believe it'll deceive me,' sniff ed Lucinda. Do get the dictionary down, Lucindy, and look out portiere. I want to know how to spell it, and all about it, and when Mrs. Jerry comes in she can't trip me. How cut up she'll bel You know when brother Beu left me his best woolen carpet she wanted to know If I wasn't afraid of moths getting into the house.' Lucinda took down the consumptive looking dictionary and pondered over .it. I don't believe that's the right word.' she said presently; 'there ain't no such word here.' No such word I You're just like your Aunt Jerry Dodd, al ways mak lug folks miserable. Don't you sup pose Mrs. Kitchener knows, and she living this twenty years upter Lawyer Browne's i T daresay she's Dokinerfun at you.' Poking fun at me! Do you think your mother is a person calkilated to hev fun poked at her, Lucindy Doddr; The Duncans have got an unaondg ed,' said Lucinda, waving the question, I'll go over and hunt it up.' But don't let on what you're looking after. I want the neighbors to come in and ask what I've got a-hanglng up there, and I want to tell 'em a 'portiere, to be sure ; and I want to see em a turning it over in their minds, dying of curiosity to know what a portiere is, but hating to give in that they never heard f the thing beiore.' But Mrs. Kitchener, who had been commissioned to buy the coffee-bagging In Ilingman, happened over with it the next day. Do you know,' said Mrs. Dodd, prl vately, 'we've hunted through the die tionary, and Lucindy's looked In the unabridged, and we can t find portiere high or low.' Of course you couldn't,' answered Mrs. Kitchener. 'Why, it's a French wordr A French word ! repeated Mrs. Dodd. A real French word I You don't say so ! Why folks 11 come from Oldburv, and Nearfield, and all about to see it, just as If It was a whole menagerie. Mr. Jerry'll be just fit to die. But don't know what Tom'll say about tak In the door off the hinges.' I guess he'll talk French,' put In Lu cinda. And he did. . 'Take the door off the hinges I' he cried. 'What tom-foolery is this, eh? Are you crazy, Famely i A.11 the neigh bors'll be laughing at you. Hang the portiere. That's Just what we want to do" giggled Lucinda. The neighbors don't laugh at Law yer Browne's folks, and there's portieres and portieres all over the house. I see 'em with my own eyes.' And all the ' doors took off V gasped Tom. 'Yes.' Blessed If I ever heard of such thing t It must be modern progress I Why not take down a side of the house and hang up a curtain ? What's it for, any way ? It ain't pretty ; it looks like ahorse-blanket. It 11 be mighty nice for rheumatism and influenzy. Why not take the roof off the house, Instead ? But for all Tom Dodd's disapproval the door came off, and the portiere, brilliant with cotton-flannel dragons, Japanese young men and women, half- moons and hieroglyphics, resigned in its stead. Mrs. Dood was ready for the neighbors. Mercy sakes alivel ejaculated Mrs. Jerry, who had come iu with her darn ing for a little gossip, 'what on earth have you got hanging up there? and w here's y o u r door gone r That ? Oh, that's only a portiere,' as If a portiere in Mill village was the most common thing in the world. A what! It looks like a side-show at the circus, or a poster.' Everybody don't take to 'em when they Qrst see 'em,' tittered Lucinda. Father didn t. Folks have to be edu cated up to 'em, like eating tomatoes.' A portiere, did you say ? Where d you get the ldeer?' It s a French word, said Mrs. Tom, as if French were her dally speech. It came from France." Pity It hadn't stayed there. It must let In a sight of cold air.' Ave haven t suffered no Inconven ience,' returned Mrs. Tom, loftily. It ain t to be sneezed at,' said Lucin da. As luck would have it, however, a cold snap set in about this time. Mrs. Dood piled on the coal and shivered sur reptitiously. 'Your what-you-may-call-lt done seem to keep out the cold like a door,' suggested Mrs. Jerry in another of her neighborly calls. ! don't believe they'll be popular in Millvlllage. They re popular at Lawyer Browne s and In the first families to Hingham,' returned her sister-in-law. Well, I s'pose they have a furnace there, and the price of coal ain't no consequence to 'em. For my part, I shouldn't be able to reconcile it to my conscience to waste Jerry's substance In a portiere. If Mrs. Dodd had wished to set the neighborhood agog she succeeded; Mill- village wasn t used to esthetic ideas, and the report that she had takeu a door off the hinges and hung up a cur tain in its stead seemed to their unen lightened minds the height of absurd ity. But it really does look ever so pretty,' said one genial soul at the sewing circle, only my teeth chattered In my head all the time I stayed at Miss Dood's.' Lucindy tells me it s a new-fangled notion they got up to Hingham; she says it's all around there, as if it was the measles. It's what they call 'Art Decoration,' explained Mrs. Lutestring, the milliner. Art fiddlesticks," snapped Mrs. Jer ry, 'the art ot taking cold, l reckon. Pameley had the doctor last night and a mustard plaster! I calkilate she's decorated with a blister by this time.' I ra afeared Miss Dodd s getting dreadful worldly to be so took up with coffee-bagging and cotton-flannel when there's missionary work to be done,' sighed old Mrs. Preacher. Miss Dodd's got gentility on the brain,' put in the village dressmaker. 'She wants to lead the fashions in Mill village. I think it's our duty get to up a peti tion and ask her to hev the door hung again, seeing' the sewing society's go ing tc meet there next week; it wouldn't be convenient, for all of us to hev the influenzy together, suggested the presi dent ef the society. It's flying in the face of Providence,' persisted Mrs. Jerry. But before the week ended Aunt Hannah dropped in from Nearfleld to make Mrs. Dodd a visit, as the weather had moderated. I thought I'd take advantage of the warn; spell," she exclaimed. 'You see I'm going over to Hingham next week to hev Lawyer Browne make my will, and I thought I'd stop awhile along with you, Pameley, on my way. l ou know,' she continued, dropping into a whisper as though the heirs were all at her elbow ,'if I don't make it and it seems as if I was old enough every thing!! go to his folks! seeing's I'm on ly your aunt-in-law, having married your own uncle Roger Hill for my first husband and my good-for-nothing cousin Tom Jackman for my second; if I don't make it, you see, not a dollar'd belong to you, as l brought you up till you married Mr. Dodd! Laws is queer, you know; so I thought I wouldn't wait no longer, but take advantage of the thaw and hev Lawyer Browne cut his folks off with a dollar.' But the thaw was followed by an other cold wave before Aunt Hannah could start for Hingham. It won't last long.' Mrs. Dodd con soied ner, 'ana tnen xom n drive you over in the pung.' It's proper pleasant here,' chirruped the old lady, 'and I wouldn't grudge staying all winter, if his folks had only been cut ol. How well Ben's woolen carpet wears, and the horse-hair f urni ture looks so genteel. When you get my legacy ain't there a door open somewhere, Pameley? I've got cold water a-runulng down my back' 'Do put on this shawl, Aunt Hannah,' begged Mrs: Dodd; '111 stir up the fire and bring my foot-stove and a bottle of hot water; the house is old, you see, and full of cracks. 'When you get my legacy you can have a new one, Pameley. What have you got that counterpane hanging up to the doorway for?. To keep out the air?' That's -&portiere. Aunt Hannah.' Lor,' I heard up to Nearfleld that you had a portiere and folks wondered what it was like, and said they hoped it wasn t nothing catching; I ve been meaning to ask you about it ever since I come, but the will and the cold snap put it out of my head. So that's a por ttere, eh Y Uan't you afford a door, Pameley r We took it off a-purpose,' said Lu cinda; 'doors ain't anything beside por tieres, now-a-days.' 1 m afraid it ain t wholesome,' said Annt Hannah, her teeth chattering in her head, to speak figuratively. 'I be lieve I'm oming down with one of my colds.'as though she had a monopoly of them. 'I hope it won t be nothing se rious till I see Lawyer Browne; his folks would lauirh in their sleeves if they was to come in for all the proper ty. I guess I'll go to bed.' Til just slip the warming-pan into your bed first, Aunt Hannah, and build a fire in your room and put some pen nyroyal to steep. You don't feel fever ish, do you? But poor Aunt Hannah never reach ed Hingham, and the will was never made. Pride goes before a fall,' Tom Dodd reflected aloud. 'You paid a pretty price for your portiere, Pameley; hope you feel as though you'd got your mon ey's worth.' 'It's like locking the stable after the horse is stole,' remarked Lucinda when the curtain was taken down and the door replaced. I don't never want to hear the name again, Lucinda Dodd; don't talk to me of portieres, said her mother; 'they oughtn't never to have been invented.' Our Continent. Georgia's Fruits. Georgia put peaches Into market on May no, and New York paid seventy five cents apiece for the ' first crate. The one crate, the product of two or three limbs of a peach tree, brought more money to the owner than an acre of the best cotton. Peaches will grow anywhere m the State. One finds the tree along the roads, off in the field, and even in the woods. And they hang full. This year the yield is beyond anything ever seen, and the railroads and steamboats have made rates that will put Georgia fruit into all the Northern markets. The largest peach orchard in the South, if not in the world is located near Griffin. It contains 50,000 trees and covers almost 600 acres of land, on the same farm are 4,000graf ted apple trees and 5,000 fine pear trees. The income of this year will exceed tnat or any z.uuu acre wheat farm or cotton plantation. Georgia is wild over the LeConte pear, it is equeal to tne uaiirornian in size, and surpasses it in flavor. Some thirty years ago Vlr. Le Conte, being in a New 1 ork i ursery, was given a seedling. He took It home to Georgia, gave it a place in the erownd not caring much whether it lived or died, and he himself died be fore the tree matured. War spared it and the immense yield and And .flavor attracted attention. 1'he neighbors lagged cuttings, and in a few years the LeConte was established in two or three counties, but it is only in the last few years that it has made a reputation away from home. The tree is one of unusual vigor. The tree has never been known to blast. Cut off a twig aud stick it in the ground and it will take root. The pears are of great size. the flavor is exquisite, and a full-sized tree will yield from twenty to twentv five bushels. Men have cleared as high as $2,000 from seventy-five trees, and there is not one tree in a hundred that will not yield at least fifteen bushels. The first of the season sell at about $12 per bushel, and the price never goes below $4. Some of three who started in first, have made a great deal by selling cuttings, and orders ara now received from aluioat every locality in America. The shipments began with ten bushels, and this year will be over 10,000. In three years from this the shipments will probably count up 25, 000. In three yean from this, the shipments will probably count up 25, uuu Dusneis and tne price may come down to a dollar, but at even this figure, the growers would make a profit of $1,000 to the acre. It is the only variety of pear ever known which bears each season and has never shown the slightest signs of blight. Georgia Is putting out a vineyard for almost every other cornfield, and its grapes will be in market six weeks before those around the shores of Lake Erie. The Concord, Salem, Delaware, Hartford and all other varieties yield splendidly, and bring such prices as make farmers look wild. Georgia is as certain of a big yield of plums each year, as the farmer is of potatoes or corn. It is rare that worms or blight fall upon them, and the fruit is of extraordinary size, and of excel lent flavor. Ten plum trees will bring in about as much money as an acre of .cotton, and the only expense is the pick ing. Sum up the fruits of Georgia, and it amounts to saying that she can raise any variety in the utmost profusion. Ten years uence sue will raise more peaches, pears.Jplums, grapes and straw berries than any other state in the Un ion. Her fruit growers are now mak ing more money from ten acres than any cotton or cereal fanner is from forty Her boom is not a speculation, but has been brought about by hard work, good planning and common sense Invest ments. An old story of Emerson and Father Taylor has lately been revived, and is worth remembering as the involuntary tribute of an opponent. Dr. Bartol had invited Emerson to meet the ole man and he hesitated. "Father Taylor is a cannon, better on the common than in a parlor," he answered, but finally con sented. As he left the table for his train Dr. Bartol said to Father Taylor "That 13 a sweet spirit." "Yes, yes: said Taylor; "should he go to hell It would change the climate and emigra tlon would be that way." Father Tay lor also said of him; "I have laid my ear close to his heart and never de tected any jar in the machinery. He is more like Jesus than anybody else I have known." Twelve thousand tons of locust eggs would seem a reasonable number to have destroyed, but though rewards offered by the government have brought about the collection and destruction of this araonnt the siege is regarded as a failure, owing to the in difference of farmers and agriculturists in general who refused to devote them selves to the work with the necessary enthusiasm. Bishop Fobs (Methodist), who has come out ahead in a severe fight of ery sipelas, is one of the finest specimens of physical manhood in America. Tall, broad-shouldered, deep-chested, he has a complexion as fair as a woman's and a blue eye as clear as can be found in the mountains or on the prairies. He has always believed that no honest man can have too much of gospel, roast beef, conscience and pure air and has by his personal life proved the soundness of his theories. Boast not of beginnings. President II. O. Westou of Crozer Theological Seminary, says that his total salary the first year of his ministry, wai fifty cents. Rubbing it Out. The editor of the Courier, Mr. W. F. Cook, was seized a few mornings .ago by a terrible pain in the left shoulder and neck. Having been favorably im pressed for some time with the virtue of an article recommended for all sud den pains, and especially rheumatism, we rubbed the offending part, and in less time than we write it, relief came. That article is St. Jacobs Oil. Cana- Jofiarie (N. T.) Courier. The German RelcbBtag rejects the tobacco monopoly bill. 'I believe St. Jacobs Oil to be the very best remedy known to mankind," says Mr. Roberts, business manager of this paper. Milwaukee ( Wis.) Sentinel. Seven liven were lost during a storm on the coast of New Zeland. For wmk luo.es, BDlttinsr ot blood, weak stomach, nlehtewaats, and ttie earlj stages of Connutrption, "Goldea Medical Discovery" Is specific. By druggists. The stamer Pern founder off Cape Race and U n persons are miselng. Dr. Pierce's "Favorite PreecrluUon" er- ftctly and perm ineutly cures those diseases temiior to female. It is tonic and nervine. effectually allaying and curing thow sickening sanations that affect the ntow.arh and heart ttirmifcb reflex acUou. The hack ache, and dr.tgging dovvV s-usatl'rn all dtaappeur tilde r the sttengthpuiug ff 4Cte of this great restorative. Br druggie's. Ibe military party i i Ejrpt d:mand the restoration of the Khedive. OUR GRANDMOTHERS. tauht their dauirbW is tbl "a sUUk iu Uiuh Was nine." A bii iu tin saved Lot aly l'.tiiH, but oftllrwea au iuculcui'!) amount or. lafftfhnz as well. Au oceaiorai uowt or vr. I'lere-'s Pellets (Litt'e sugar -cat-U PUJs), to clnauHe the Btoimcn a m bowels, mi ou-y j rr veuis disease hut often breaks up tudueu ufa when takn in time. By ttr-gits. Tlu Vt-xt has a naw prince, wuic'i th)' ft lil callOlg. TlioAIMon Hotel at Port Humn, Mlcbigau, is ottered for wile. "heap, thts afford an excel lentoDHHtuuiir fi" a eoJ luvesltikeut. See the advprtUeinent la th:s issue. S-nd to Mrs. Sarah J. VanBureu, 192 Frank !lu sL. B ifftlo.N. Y.. for "Hint to Ladits containing iutmsting mfonuatiou (or wives mil mothers free. Mothers should understand that Dr. H..1 innn'it auuK and Livkb Pad Is a perfl pre- VfUtiveof Oncjwra Infantum and other InfanUle aad summer oiseahes without medicine. Be sure aud get the trud Da. Holmah's Pad the only guanine. All druggists ana dealers. Farmers, painters, tinners aud everyone vho neeJs a ladder of any style and 'size. Send your order to G. A. Burch fc Con 12 GraUot Ave. Fruit ladders pointed. Special discount to agfuU or trade. Send for list. Door aud window screeae, wood turning, scroll 6aw ng, etc. Eighty-Five Millions For the year ending Dcmtinr si, lM, there were imported into th Uuitwl S.ates 85.017,562 pounds of W. o stiug loot iuciuj tng freight), $21,571,455. This enormous Importation has depr! price to a lower level than was ever koowu befor, and the nubile ouirht to have tae benefit of it. Uobert wii. th wil known N.w York ia Mr chant, advertises la another columa tu pounds for one dollar, a pric- eiu I te unearo i. Henry's Carbolic alve I M.m BEST SALVE forCnU BruUee, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Cliapp! Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinua of tklu Erup tions, Freckles and Pimples. Get HENRY'S GARBODIC SALVE, as all others are counter- felts. Price 25 ceuts. Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters Is the best remedy for Dyspepsia, BiUousrieea, Malaria, Indigestion, aud auwasesor me u.txhi Kinney s. Liver, sub, etc. DURKO'S CATARRH SNUFF Cures all affec tlons ot the mucous membrane of the bead aud throat. DR. MOri'S LIVER PILLS are tho beet Ca thai-.lc Regulators. OMW Ivl I lalaO for descriptlre Circular and Prices write TUB AULTMAN TAY LOK CO., MantOeli), Ohio. F O 11 H A L K ! THE ALBION UOUwK, At PORT HITKON. MICH. Ti is Hot1 In situated nr the biw.uw center of the city of l"ort Huron, corner of Commercial and HuiIit itmets, and near the Tessel UnUlnga and the depots of the several lull road The house In of brick, three stories high, built six rears affo, and contains about forty rwnms, with in-nern lin Drovetuents. It Is now (loins alanreand profitable bu-l dm, Connecfd wlih the bouse Is a new brick 'tufole with stalls for 4o ho-ana. The property will be sold very low, and a long credit given ror payment li cesirea. Apply to WU. B. WBSBON. June X'i, 182. Detroit, Mlon (JAVJD pATTERSOU 266 Woodward Ave., DETROIT, MICH. ATA TV A R r A Kit FINK O HAD I TK IO. VMKKTAL WORK famished at the most rea sonable rate oonatstent wltb the test work and material. Over lve,Uu0 worth of work In illohlf an to reier to. A REGULAR CIRCUS. If there la one thlni? In all the world thnt allures tlie averse boy and de lights people generally, it is a well iuiiruti(cd aud thoroughly equipped oircus. The children of a city or town seem to know of lis cominit by a kind of Intuition, and prepare arcordinKly. The pennieH, lilmtrtu dropped into the nilsMoiiury bo;; w ith conscienti ous reKularWy, are now faith fully di vci'U'd into an old coffee-pot in the cellar corner for prospective use, and scrap-metal, old pajr, otc, do sub stantial service in tho way of securing the umi.iint of an adiniitsion fee. Bui for all that, we believe fully in tho properly conducted circus as a means of atuuMWPiit and diversion, and are happy to state the trrr.ti fylug fact that the circus or rather its proprietors and employes ex perinientally be lieve in St. Jacobs Oil, the Great i'Rln Kelievcr of the age. Hon. V. T. Uurnum'sUroate,tbhowon Earth and I c t c o i ii (afl v uiip muii.vi ruun mil lc uik.ch na I f wtf9i typical cases. The form cr tays : " We iQM" J tske great pleasure in etaUn that St. Jacobs Oil ii In u?e by many rlnjrar- tlstsnow cn?fVf?ed with P. T. Barnum's Greatest f how on Eurft, united with thu Great London Circus, SaiiKor'sK 'ynl DriUth Metej-le and the InterimtlonulAlii ,oIicivs. From its happy effect upon thoa who lni o occasion to employ it, we have no hesitaH i in pronouncing St. Jacobs Oil the best Hi". ":it w.Vh l.s ever been brought to our noi. . It i wonderfully elllca- CloUS iu sUbd'lilltf pi:'n. (Signed) tAll.iV.f, lt.MI.EY A. n'TCHIVSOM." The Press Axvut ft up't M n.-ic-rHiowAtya: "In ca.se of riicut'inflnii cr complaints cf tnat kind our artists know ii w to euro tucrusclvw very speedily. St. J.vons Oil Is r. very fiopulur rem edy amonff our people for rheumatic pains, and us long a th'-y cungvt It they won't cutU-i much." Mr. Frank I. Fray-no Buys: "I Lave sintered terribly from rheuinotiaui in my ri;t nhouldcr and arm, cud i.t the samo Uric I had jvore pains inmychc.it. Sometime since 1 rt'ad something in a newspaper alout tho rci!ir''.ii.'.c cures of St. Jacobs Oi l, and I thought l -mid try that remedy. I toll you I am miguiy glad I did. fur after using ono or twr, bottles ol that preparation I felt no ptiiii w butt ver, and have bad iK neiiinco. I am firm bHiover In St. Jacobs Oil, and 1 want everybody in rcy company to keep it uear Uium." Mi-.kW In had Collect ru,r rixslrj n LAKE SUPERIOR TMSSIT (OMPAW! THE GREAT liVLVTIt ROVTK. Intended anllina of steamers from Detroit for HaultHte. Marie and other I .aim Superior porta: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Krldnys nud Sncur- dat s, 11 p. ni l or leveland, Krteand Buffi. In: Vundsy. Mon days, Wednesdays xnd Saturdays at 5 p.m., making railroad connections f' r points Kast and South Kail connections at (inluUt for St. lal, Minne apolis, lllsmarck, Manitoba, an 1 other points north, south and wost. I'ntfKUKe checked todestlriatlon. For tickets and other Information app y to J.T V.'IUTINU. Oen'l Ag't. Dock and office foot f Woodward ave Detroit. .Mich t?" 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Typhoid and all .Malaria Fevers and all diseases which germinate in elood poison RKWARE OF BOOL'S ASD IMITATIOS PA DS. EA Cll BS VISE H OLMJ .V EA It bearsthe PRIVATE RE VENUE ST A HP of the HOLMAN PAD COMPANY beuv the above Trade-mark printed In green . FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Or sent by mall, post-paid, on receipt of Prleo Kegatar Pad i 00. rUIXTHEAnsESKNTrUKK. ADVICK M'Kfc. HOLMAN PAD CO., r 744 fricsdmsy, rv Y. 'arest and lisst Xsdiciue ever Jlsds. A svlngbluatlon cf Hops, Buchu, Man dtakle aud Dandelion, itu ail tu. ixwt ana no.l nrWro'Pi-tie of all ether flitters. m.if tlist-i'st Blood Purifier, uiver Rea ula tor, ami uuaoii n.aitu ttAuiiuc Ac.ui eal KodlfX.aii pollly lo ! wU.ellop Jtittar are uiXsu.itt tai-ieii ana p.rf.ct ars tbiMr anal. clou. I Tly fili siw 11 f 1 3 tb Bl !sfl;3- Taallwhoae e'"pl"J""uc"""" In cf: ul.i r lyeftliel.ow.Uet "rtaary owns, or 1.0 ie o.ilraaa irnMlu Io' "'"'"'J Xllrn.il.nt. Iloplilturs axel Icatlnc. nalils, without loto- tie mattsr whatyonr fXl,l"t er ""I'tnms are wliattliedMeaMorallXnxnl ' "UP tsrs. Don't wait until yon 'cl ' Jo only fssl had or inliierabls,ltiim at enre. It may save your llf.. It hail Imiidrtaa f $00 will l paid for a eal" by win no sure nr help. Do not suffar or'e, 0,,r friends iiffsr.but use and mite lhem IM Hop B Ilemeinhsr, Hop flitters Is noV"a ".ruirinKl drunken no.trum. hut the Pureiilkw Ut lladlclne .r mails 1 the STll.ll)akv .rTtltSS) and tlOPI" and 110 perion or family should le without them. n a i..naliriitsiiilrremiMrttr fb"i-lnnilcaniie"S.ii"eof opium, tnliaceo and narcotics. All sold lT dmiriflrts. Band forOreuUr. H.a Bluer, nrf. t.., 6 1 kWKNi 1 hae nscd 1B. II A rtxk'S IKOX Tonio doe. In tnr. J cases of Jservous twentv-flve vear-i In modlclne. have never S'n!t J v fx lkn oktuoit v... .1 , ' i- S ir Superior i.:.v:uu..: Si ttlto,'!rl4 f Ki'dtnta. J'licy arc t!. i . t'- , t! 7X 'nllcd in office wcrU, I? ti v.,i ,. i i I MB I L' I hor wilunc 4. Ih. iryli U.-.c ) J Mji 7. education ibculd ei.-.iMe i.t t'.e Lit. WLmmmmM .nH-.wl (.nn.lui.n tf i.t hlrxxl. tills tiPfrleM Ii give fttUtr to thn blaul, untuml hutZthfiil tons to th dlgrvtlv organ and fierroM t'ftmt, mofcir U apvllvabl to (trneral Itfbllit'f, fit of Appr tite, PriMlrntion rf t'itnt i'mrern awi o('e. I axes that have bslllfc'l sininof our most eminent phyalrtans, have ) li lfled to tills great ami Incompar able remedv. 1 nreseriiie it in preference to any Iron preparation rjarie. In fact, snrii a cnnipouad asla. llABTta'alaoN Tonio Is a necessity In my practice. Un. ItoliKltr HAMCfcl.N, HT. IrT. Mo.. Nov. ?t-th. 1V1. 81W Wsnh Avenn. mm T'r7 HI KEILSOH'S SECRET FOR THE COUPUXICK A Most Elsgsat Toilet Preparatioa. A. lit nam lroDUem.lt was the ikvorlt. and onlv neroara- Ur n uu'l by tiat mutt brautiful and acccmulikliad uiim., MlbS AULLA1DE NEIUUN, fot whom It waa aapreuly prtpaisd and fupplicd tjr th. inventor, not only duciuf ht tiay la tint country, but when In bnglaar and burupa. 11m i nclruui tr.MMiait-nt beauty and ttc.lineM of cooiplaaiun, for which MISS NLILSuN waa noted, it th. tMatiecum. mrndiition that can b oixted In Iti behalf. It i a amt d hghi. jl atljnm t to th. toilet, etpetiiliy after xnoaura to Ui. hot un or tiedi, at it prevent, tan, freikle. ate, and give a ilciik'ht'ul couiinir anil relrealiinir feeling to the .urine. It Is perfectly h.irmlr. 1 i.m pronneirrt. olfur. OSU THOt'. SAN L) 1 1 LLAkb tot ly one wliocaa And even a fate ol say mineral, i on. m.ii, or deirteriuua tubttanca whatover. iu Ni l LS )N S SI ( R l.T fur the cumpleiion. Tliia " r'xhei, ha " rre.iaration tr the toilet doe. not irfva S whitewashed ft prarjn t'i the fae, like I(uuity Inm.pty in th r.ntoiiunn-, 1 ui to a-innUte itaelf with I f ikm tnat It cannot he rletcc trd eceu unih r th brilliant glare ot ttw citiim uiim, ruin, ij ioits, bold l y ail I)rugi(it ami I-ler in Fnncy Ckxlt. of wtM be taut by aiail upun receipt of pile in .tamp. Addreea MME, MARIE FONTAINE, 118 Haia BU. Maffeia, X. T. IMPROVED BOOT BF,SH 25o. package makes S aallons of a delicious, wholesome, sparkling Tem perance beveraue. Aak your drusalst or sent by mall for 2So. C.K.HlKKrt, 4HN. Uela, ave..Pbllada. sfsisa n f In abundance. H3 million poands I La II T4T Imported last year. Prices lower I U than ever. Agents wanted.--Don't I Isalllaf waste time. Bend for drooler. II 13! lO Pound Oood Black or Mixed for Sl.OO. II Pounds Fine Black or Mixed for sa oo. II Pounds Oboloe Black or Mixed for $3.00. Hend for pound sample, IT cts. extrt for postage Then get up a elub. Choicest Tea In the world. Largest variety. Pleases everybody. Oldest Tea House In America. No chromi. No hambac. -Htralght business. Value for money. KOB'T WKLL8, 41 Vesey su, N. T P. O. Box ItST. Wh arv 4ateaa et oMvtna a omrorelly revlsw PRINTERS! Prtoo-Ust every rsooia kinds of rape esoaa shnald addnas P. O. ftW A Prtneiu Mah laanes SSaK M. K. P. 3b, lew months ami le sure of a sit iii.tl.ti at (mod wage. ddrw TAlNTINh MUO. JanexvllMi, Wis. PATENTS K.A. LKBMANM, dolicitor of PatenU, washlnatca I I'.. TV Send for 'Ircular.ll GOOU WAGES. Learn Book keeping. Telegraphy, or Hhort band and Typewriting, at the Vayhew Buainese College. 1&( Jeffersor. ave., Board of Trade Entrance and Elevator, and b prepared for good situations. r'or circulars, call at the College, or address 1KA. MAYIIEW, 1,1 U., DKTH04T. tt-i i iJtnr Q I lm L. I M IX U QjTABLES. "end for our prices and Uiastrated cstu.niu SVIIV1.ESHVKO ME'O .. VETROIT. Mll'll Above Is an exact portrait ot MRS. SARAH J. YAN BUREN, DliiCOVLUEIl or LADIES' TONIC A preparation ivhuJi is vnequafctl for Purifying the B o( f and Toning up ln tetnau System. Lmics' Toino la prepared br Mrs. Van Buren. at 1W Franklin fet., UufTaio, N. Y., an. I haa oceu tifled snocessf ully by lailiea f r J iua. It is a sure rare for all FrmaleC'ini)Huiut. LowFevrr, A cue, Hcrofula, 8iclc lloadaclin, and nil vreal:ner-Mi caused Dy tlnse irregn!aritii.-a which are ko com mm) to womankind. Tins la no Pa tent Meiiicint but is prepared by Mrs. Von Buret) arter years of experieuoe, and recommended by her, ss she Voowa it will s-lve B"W li i j tosn broken twwu. V'cru-outorover-woi'UoU i i.'in.urof hers-.-k. Wivis amd MoTitrns w -.i hoinothirig toann's' baltire in lioUliiijj ln-r own iiult-r lh oonsisn' pirain vrliicb is constantly rliatrmf LbemUon Hra. Van Buren aui.t rs all ietUtra ree. bt-in, for Circulars. For sale by nrtifrctat. Price, $1.00 per boti'" ryru : f it. riliyn nf iron thnt will tw blur ken th trrth.to ehnractrriotlfof lK; 'Ionic In mv uracticn. anl In an en irlonio of found anvtliinr to give the n -suits that )it. il lKTkK' I'roetration, Fcmi.le I lsca.M'., Itysiiepsla, and an lui- remed v. haa in t.i n.-.mw. tiiaile sonin worn prful pnra. MfeA Ell