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We war slttln' OB toTaMewell Metlldy. tneetaildere end re If wo dliiu l cut much or awell. We wore as snug- ae wo wntol to oa. Tber war plentr to do lu tliem time. An" a'tbouffh t we n't ao verr big pay. Wo m.naxvd to aare a few dime On ourdollar'n a quarter ft day. But there eame a rich banker alone. An' be built a bouse over the way, Tben er'rvlbiiuj ae.-ini.-a lo fo wrung With Matildy an' me Tm that day Ouroottajre root dreadfully small, ; An' we wanted, aa nover bei ore, A porch, an' bay-w.ndow, au' hall. An', our naiue on a plate on the door. Mow, t never was much on advice. But there ( one thing I rookon I know! When a man's (rot euouirh to sutboe. He'd better Just keel) along- so, An' mind bis own business alone. An' not give bia jealousy vent. For the best thing a poor man can owa la a lot of (rood Datured ootiU-ut A'uflen FkW, in Ch(cuv Aeira, TOOTHACHE CURES. , What Irving Utile Wire. Aided by ympathUIng Friend., Did to Allay Her Hoaband's Angalab. A young, newly-married Denver man went to bla home on Velton street the other night, taking with him a severe case of toothache. As soon as he got into the house be threw himself Into an easy chair and began to groan. At about the same time bis face on the side where the aching tooth had many years before attained a home stead began to swell. In about thirty min utes his left cheek bore strong resem blance to an old-fashioned apple dumpling prepared by the hands of a generous mother tor a large family. The more the Jaw en larged the louder the young man howled aud rolled about in his chair. His wife was several years younger than he, and her sole experience with the toothache had hitherto been limited to one or two mild attacks caused bv an excessive consumption of caramels. She bad usually cured her pain with creosote, and as soon as Charley hail found time between his groans to tell her what was the matter with him she got the creosote bottle and told him to open bis month and let her see the tooth which was troubling him. He complied, but as she could not tell by the looks which one of the teeth was makina. the trouble, and as Char ley could not enlighten her, she thought ah.'d better nour a little of the stuff into the neighborhood of where she thought it probable that the tooth was located. - Just as she got this idea Into her head she happened to think that there was an other toothache nanacoa In the house. It was lu s small phial, which s peddler bad left there for trial. Site thought that It would be a good plan to mix little of this stuff with the creosote and pour the mixture upon the Infected . law. So she made a nice little combination in a tablespoon, and telling Cbarley to open his mouth sbe poured it in. She was a lit tle excited and nervous, aud her hand shook. and so the fluid penetrated to every nook and corner of the young man's food recepta cle. There was a yell of agony which . awoke every dog In the neighborhood, and Cbarley performed a hornpipe in tne rum die of the floor, and accompanied It with a series of word, Uie majority of which h s wife had never beam oeiore. H was an hour be lore Charley got quieted surlicieiitly to sit down, and about that time a lady member ventured to ask It the) had sickness In the family. She was wli of ' the affliction which had overtaken Charley, and ahe was all sympathy at once. She had suffered Just so herself, and the only way to cure the trouble was to make cold applications upon the outside of the cheek. So sbe went home, and Charley's wife made a neat little bag and filled It with chopped Ice, and then tied It on his face with a long red stocking. This had the elfect of changing the pain, and made Charley feel as though be were having needles thrust Into his brain. He could feel the hair stand upright on the too of his head, and his eyes protruiled from their sockets to such an extent that his wife thought that Charley was going ''pretty soon the ice began to melt and to drip down upon Charley's shirt bosom, and to meander around his collar, and course slowly down his spine.' and Charley in his delirium felt as though he had been Ashing snd fallen overboard Tben he began to pace up and down the room, and kick the footstools, and stare out of the windows, and look unkindly at the cat; and just at this juncture a friend of Charley and Mrs. Charley arrived. His name was Arthur, and he had been drug clerk before he be came aduile, and In consequence his Inti mate friends all called him ''Doctor." He was much Interested when he heard how his friend was suffering and he smiled a superior smile when Charley's wife ex plained what she had done for him. V hat was needed, he said, was counter-irritant, The teoih snd the Interior of the mouth were Inflamed and there was undoubtedly fever there. A hot plaster of some kind upon the outside would be Just the thins. Ha said that If Charley's wife would yet him the materials he wou'd prepare some thing which would ease the pain almost Immediately. So they all went to trie kit- . i hen and Arthur turned back bis cuffs and began work. First he ripped open the bag which contained the Ice and lnd it out flat. Then he put on a eoatliut of mustard and moistened it with hot water. Tben be put on a layer of red pepper nd then sprinkled the whole with water, so that it made a nice thick paste, lie tied that upon Charley's face and then put a bandage soaked with hot watr over that, and then he tied the red stocking on once more. Then he went home and Charley went to bed. During a porlod of about twenty ininuuw after Arthur bad bowed himself out. Mrs. Charley was a firm be liever In slieol. Charley wade her believe It He howled; he swore, he danced and he ativn.1 unonhis lutad. His wife at tint asked him "if it ached worse." Then sue didn't dare got within sneaking distance of hltn until in a moment of wild frenzy he tore the plaster from his face and dashed It at a picture of Two CheruDs,"whlcu was hang ing upon the wall. Then Charley fainted and she had a chance to look at his face. There was the swelling, the mustard, the popper and a two days' beard all mixed together. The removal of the plaster had also caused the secession of a considerable section of cut icle, and take it altogether it did not look like the same face which Charley's wife used to think "too sweet for anything." She thought that his face must be sore, and st remembered that once when she was a lit tle girl she burned her Anger one day and her mother put some cold mnlas.se on the Injured member, and that took all the pain away. So she took the syrup ptictier and poured Its contents on Chuloy's face. Two ladies who lived down the block called lust then to see who had been In jured In the house, as they had thought they heard somebody groan mere. ime ui tlieee, when she found out the cause ot the trouble, said that sweet oil and lime-water was ifood for burns. She bad some all pro- pared at home, and she kindly ottered to go and get it. While she was none the other lady thought thst flour was good f -r burns, so thev threw handful of breadstulfs upon the molasses. Then the other lady came with the sweet oil and lime-water mixture, and they poured that on. Just then the family washerwoman called to see if they wanted to 1 ave their washing done the fol lowing day. As Charley still seemed to "suffer some pain," tney aattea tne wasner- woman, who was oiu ana irisn, ami iney thninrht ouj-ht to be wise, as to what to do. She thought that blueing" was the best thing In the world, and so they auaea an nthnr iwlnr to Charluv'a face. . Well, the two ladles stayed with unar- ley's wile that night, and they have since declared that Charley is the worst tem pered man whom they ever saw. Cbarley Is better now, but be says that he will not get out of the house for a month to come unless he wears a mask. Denver Tribune-Republican. A MONGOOSE. An American Tale About a C.eful Indian - lHrrt. In India the mongoose Is the great ally of the native In his constant strife with snakes. Of the mongoose there is a tale, sufficiently familiar, no doubt, and yet apt In Its application. In an American railway carriage there once Journeyed a quiet gen- man, having between his feet a basket ot peculiar shape. , An inquisitive stranger asked him what the basket might contain. ' It contains a mongoose," was the answer. 'And what is a mongoose," the stranger queried. "A mongoose," the gentleman replied, politely, "is an East Indian ani mal that kills snakes." "And what might you want a mongoose for nowr" continued the Inquisitive stranger. ' Well," an swered the stranger, "1 have a brother-in-law who has been a little too fond of tangle-foot whisky, and aomstlmes he sees snakes, and so I am Uking this mongoose to hltn to kill the snakes." The Inquisitive stronger hesitated a moment, and tiien be said: "But those are not real snskos your brother-in-law seesl" "I know it," re turned the quiet gentleman, "and this is not s real mongoose." VhrMUtn Union. . Wit Mlsplaoed. " , :. "Ma, I don't like the teacher In our scliooL, "Why not, Johnnie? I thought she waa so kind to you. "Well, she used to be, but she dou't ap preciate my wiilus." "Good gracious, ' Johnnie 1 What do you mean?" "Why, I'm a cultivatlng my genius. I'ma-go-Ing to be a great American humor ist So to-day, when the teacher asked me where they sent Napo leon into exile, I just gave her a witty answer." "Where oin you say they sent him into exile?" &?3tWv. "I said: To CJfe Philadelphia, be- Cause lllHb a wiiaio people are buried alive.' " "And what then?" "Whv. she made me stand" on a chair with an A-B-C book In mv hand ana a fool's-cao on my bead. She was bom in Philadelphia, I found ouL" Puck. ' ' . - : Two Literary Ploturea. " What are you reading, dearest: And be takes tho fair face In his hand and raises the ripe lips till they touch his own. bent down to seek them. " 'A Legend of Fair Women,' " she an twers when she gets her breath, "Tennyson, eh? All, vanltyl reading about yourself." ' , , It Is a year later. Thoy are married. The hour urows late. He is not there. Once again Tennyson is on her lap and she Is reading. He enters. " Hullo! Not gone to bed jnlt What have you got there?" , 'A Deaerled House.'" she says, mourn fully. And he asks no more.-i-n Fran cisco Chronic! mm A WONDERFUL GROWTH. Soma earerully-ComplleU Bletlatles ml General InlaiMt Kelatl.e to the Haptd lnmiiu la 1 onulatloe and Wealth of tho More Northern Tortious ot the Croat Nortbwoat. The late reports from the Executive officials of the prcat States and Terri tories of the Northwest show s sur prising; growth In population and wealth. This important region com prises the rich agricultural and grazing States and Territories of Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington aud Oregon. . MINNESOTA. JThe returns from the Minnesota cen sus taken in May, 1885, show a popu lation In the State of 1.117,798. In 1880 it was 780,773. Tre asn-ssed valu ation of property in Minnesota is f 101, C'i8,5b7; in 1880 it was 2i8,005,&13; ia- crcaso. f U2,73,011. 'The-cities of St. l'uul and Minneapo lis, the largest and most-important business metropolis of Uie State, and in fact ot the entire Northwest, show an unprecedented growth, 'i'hey are sit uated so"ncnrcath other that their cor porate limits now join, and form a croat commercial center. They ars about equal in size, and thoir combined popnl-.ition by the census of May. 1885, was 210.597; in 1880 it was oS.UCO, in crease, 152,537. The capacity of the flouring mills is 30.000 barrels of Hour a dnv. Wheat received last year, 3a.- 4r.i'22 bushel;, elevator capacity. It .Mat 000 bushels: cut lumber. 300. 7i4.379 feet; new buildings erected, i klU- real est uto sales. Sl'9,435,880. Duliitli and Superior, at the head of Lnke Superior, separated only by the Hay of St. Louis, form an important commercial metropolis. Their popula tion is upwards of 20,000, and next to Chicago l1"? r0 tn" P"" jPPng points for wheat in lliu vt ci,iiaving an elevator carmritv of 8.000.000 bushels. DAKOTA. Dakota shows remarkable growth In population, and by the development of only a email portion oi its s' cultural resources shows a large in crease in the number of farms, products of the soil and live stock. The returns of the Territorial census taken in June, 1885, and the report of Governor Ticrcs to the Secretary of the Inlerior for 1885, compared with tho census of 1880, show tne growth of uie .territory: : lf. ' Population . ............. 1.6. IPO Wheal, but-Ucl. ,. Orn. " iMtwW Oats? " ........ t.mi.ia tm. 4I.-..SH lt.lrM.41J l.no.n. S.'T0'"S I I'.ti.n g.-Ut,4 t .7- l..V!7.; 8,jr.MS a mt flW.7tii.SIS fcl.WT.M.1 . 4U.rt9t.Nrl Barter. " ......... xn.tw fotauwa, " ........ 00."d Kles. Hav, ton. , .WO Acreage of the cereals. lai.lf-S f arm, No. of - " valuation..;. ... f?.4iil.it4 Farm implement, val., z..RMi l.ive sto.-K. valuat.ou.. Farm prod nets, val v. rlort and uulea. No. tattle, No ttheep. No Mora No. Wool, pounds .. Buttor. " S.l't.1,4 &,tV.-l 44,173 144, lulr fc.Mkt.lll lUAft . 7UA.IM i.lS4 t4.: BW!,tV 10.SO4.S4 The census returns of Dakota show a larger per cent of growth in the number of inhabitants farms and manufactures in the northern bait of the Territory than in the southern half, viz.: KOHTH DAKOTA. rvr !?&. t7. Inhabitants, Ko..8;.4 1.M.14S Karma, No 4.1 K."U Atauufactures, No. 46 Si SOUTH DAKOTA. IIS Tntiahllant No IT?. 7:14 Z-2.tl 1"' Farms. No .1414 4,i l"il Manufactuiea. No., aus ' 4U MONTANA. Tho report of lion. S. T. HnusT. Governor of Montana, to tho Secretary of the Interior, October, 1885, estimate the present population of tho Territory at 110.OUO; tbu population in 188U was 3,157; increa.se, 70,813. The report estimatesJtic value of the silver, gold. copper and lead exports at $20,250,000; teet .cattle, vu.uw. ueau, vniuou at -2 ... .....n a . , 1 .. . 14.600.000; and of wool. 6,000,000 pounds, valued at 1,400,000. Th number of cattle now in tno icrruory is placed at 900,000 head; sheep, 1.200,- 000 head, and horses, l'u.ooo hcaa WASHINGTON TERHITORTf. WnshiiiEton Territory tins experi enced a rapid growth, eincti tho con- Struction of the Northern Pacific Rail road has niudo accessible its rich agri cultural districts. The population lias increased from 75,120 in 180 to 175,- 000 in 1885. The Territory hi free from debt with $17,901.81 in the treasury, and the assessed valuation of property in 1881 WHS $., 008.484. GOVERNMENT LANDS, The reports from the United States General Land Oilice for 1883. 1884 and 1885 give the atrereirate amount of Government lands entered in the ontiio United States for that period at , 64 076,432 acres, of which 29,330,351 acres. or 65 per cent., of the acreage, was taken up by settlers in the six North west States and Territories, viz: In Minnesota....' a.w.fO? sore. Dakota.:... RlMK.-iH " . " Montana.... .................. g.W.'W " Idaho.:. TST.WH " Washington.' S.Mri.rtr.:i ' "Oregou Liw2.su " Total........................ S,:i30, 161 acres. This large quantity of Government land entered in addition to the land sold by the Northern Pacific Railroad Company Indicate a large movement of settlors to this region of country. Public lands remaining undisposed of in these Slates and Territories: In Minnesota... " Dakota... Montana... lilaho. Waahington " Oregon. ..." ,.i!0,rcw,7!i acres. ..M.lOil.lKs! " Bl.7ifl.i41 " , Mil' " m.mjtln " 46,Ui,l4) " Total an,:,! aores. Ono of the chief factors contributing moro largely thnn any other to th. rapid settlciuunt in this region was the building of the Northern Pacific; Ii nil road through these important States and Territories. Its construc tion wns made possiblo by the liberal grant of land made for that purpose by the genoral Government. Ihe line was opened for through trnfllo about two years go, and considering the progress already made in develop ing the rich agricultural, grazing, tiuber, mineral and other native re sources of the broad bolt of country which it traverses, it is siio to predict that at no dixtniit dny this rogion of tho West will count its inhabitant by millions, and tho amount of wealth Jis people witl realize can scarcely be esti ile will ; mated CERAMICS. Bow Fa. hlo liable Chicago OlrU BP"" Their Lelaure lluara. So nooular have ceramics become In Chicago that a pottery has been estab lished here which turns out a great deal of vory creditable ware. Underglaxcd faience ware and decorations lu paate done at this pottery', although rrood deal of Limoges brought from Ohio is uaed in the work. It arrives, of course, iu ft crude state, and it takes home time to reduce it to proper lorm- It is tirst "waithtHi in a piunger uuu ia illaan lved. Then it is run through line silk lawn, which catches all the im purities, in the shapo of pebblea ami grit, and leaves the pure clay. This is allowed to settle in a vat until the water rises to the top. This is then skimmed off. leavimr tho clav about tho consist ency of putty. A tire is kindled under it, which evaporates any remaining moisture, and the clay is ready for um. Tho potter then "bats out" the clay, like a sheet of pie-cniht. and hv moans of a nlaater of pari mom forma Into anv desired S0K.P0. Tb nlaator absorbs 'the moisture in the clay, and the form is thereby simply "shrunk out" of the mold. The shape is yet soft, and In this condition it passes into the hum! of the decorator. It iuhv be decorated in several ways. It may be painted with a mineral color, K!r-l, la mirl with Soft rlaV. or "Si ill." tn iiv It a bodv which will netitraiirie with the clay nihil bunting, or flowers may be modeled In relief uon it, or it may be caned. There are three kinds of carving relief, intaglio, and wliat is called "tracing, " on a pltkea oaca- rrniind. Afu-r naKslnir through the decorative process the form is carefully dipped into a vat oi giaie cuomii-tu -uuijvoiwri, the combination of wbicn is a secret. This fives the tiulsh or surfuoe. The niece must then bo allowed to art tnorougniy, ior, suouiu n iwhuiu .. t . , .t a r. any moisture when put into tne anu, steam would be generated and the form broken. When dry, the form is sub looted to a tiorc " heat for eiirhteeu hnurM In a briekod-un kiln, and when it comes out of tho furnaco it is under- clnzi-d faielHta. A irrcat man v vouiiir ladies biiav them- selves at this pretty work. They de sign original figures for tiles, and they also make many usoiui intio ann-iea, such as creamers, side dishes, urns, vase, water-bottle and chocolate pot. Pupils receive Instructions at Uie potr terv. and when able to punt arc pro vided with tho moist forms, which they iliwrrata at Dleasure. A alieht fee rharireii to cover the extwnao of burn- r " . . .. . i r ing, anu wnen me snape coraw om ui the furnace it belonrrs to tho decora tor. Chicago Actr. Five million pounds of dynamite are used annual for blasting purpose in the territory west of the Missouri Kiver. m ' ThrM Quotations. When a man is hanging, cut him down, then e-o throua-h bis Pockets. Tool ri. When a man is coughing girs mm ilea Bur Couch Cure. Ballimon Arm. When yoa want to conquer pain, use bl Jacobs Olt yWadWyJUa Aew. HaiaiMM Yoiho acqnlred thetitl of 0u eral from having len railed "Hrlggy dear," ao often by his numerous wive. V. I. InUllHHtitHl. Tha Frorror atndy of Mankind U Man, ..... tha illuatrtnua Pone. If ha bad In' eluded woiuan in the lint, he would bav Uin nnnnM t IkM trutfi. It ROB BO POBUnU. Dr. R. V. Pierre has made them both a lifa study, eapecially woman, ana o peninnj- derancenjent to which her delicate syatcrn ia liable. Many women In Uie lanu wno ;re,.,lll1nled''WiihUr.Pl.teeonly through I Dis ''Favorite rreecTiption."bleMi bim wtib II their hearts, for hehas bmuxht them the panacea fur all tboea chronic ailments pe culiar to tueir eei iu.-n - . nmUnaua enrl other disnlacementa, ulcera tion, ' Internal fever," bloating, tendency to internal cancer, ana otner aiimenia. Price reduced to one dollar. By druggist Don't growl when th doctor order bar .Vallvaul H'Mty. Yoang Men. Keejd This. -TbeVoltaioBici.t Con-ef Marehall. Mich, offer to send their celebrated Elctbo-Vuty taio Belt and other Ei-scrnic AfriXaiiCke on trial for 30 days, to nien (young or old) afflicted with nerrnuS doljl.lty, lots of vital ity and all kindred troubles. AJao forrheu matiam,neuralgla,aralyMU,aod Tiany oth er diseaaea. Cfiinpieterevtor-atloi, to health, vlgor.and manhoo-l guaranteed. No rl-k in curred,aa 30 days' trial l allowed. Writ, tbeuiatono. for llluitrated pamphlet, trve. A-M w-aiso enteitalnmeut Cat concei I JV. Y. JUorniity Journal. ' THE MARKETS. CinciKlf ATI. December 21, 1SHJ. fJVE STOCK Cattle-Common! Wl S SO Choice, iiiiu.-iir.tia.... nOOB Common. flood Packers...-. BHKF.P )kmI to choice 3V it, a. . as 4 a u . 3 m . 8 70 W dOl HAMJK-ramiiy. GltAIN Whcat-Lonsborry red Ho.t red...:' ........... Corn No-S. mixed..., data-No. 3 uiaiil. .......... 4 n e 4 r!7 am Kve-No ..v PAV-Tiniolhy No. 1. TOBAIXX) Common Lugn (iood Mertiuina PBOVlHIONrl-Pork-Mt-(i.. i.nnl Prime . aloant. .. ... in (A 13 HI 4. ft HI V'14 Ml i,Mu Ml .12 SO . m ..io in .10 iu .". is , . ' a . 1 w . l m fo S a is (a :a to 1 a, l 06 BTJTI EH Kancy Dairy.. .. .. Ohio Creamery APPI.KS-Prlme ........... POTAIOEB nor barrel NEW YOltK. KfOXnt-Slato anil Wi'lnrn.;.! Oil GHA1N W lieat No. 2 C'liioaif 0 No.UriHl Corn No. X mixed. ............ 40 Or, 5 SO at kv Oats mixed ni'tivs in POHK-Mcas . studio ;ni4 LAUD Western sleam 4 B 40 CHICAflO, FLOUR State and Western... II W tt 6 00 OKAINW Ileal No 1! rwl a; u No. acliloiuK) Spring Corn No. 3 (lata No a........ Nye: POllK-M-s IrAKD-b.eam IIALTIMOKB. FtrOUR Family... -I"-.. GUAIN-Whont-NO. 3........ Kl'4 to 8JM . 9 00 (. R Ml a no 14 so ?t t on 7 a STS ; iWifa 40i torn aiiacu , Oatatnixod..., p BO V I s IO N rt Pork Mess..,.. I.anl-Hunned..... OATTI.B-r'irat quality...;,..., HOlirl...... a (hi il, 4 01! 5 00 4 4 It! toils INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No 2 red.. ..I Corn mixed............. Oat mixed. i LOLLSVILLE Flour-A No. I. ..; 14 00 OKAIN-Whrot No. iSrod.... ;it Klla 4 so Kl . in iu corn ttitxou Ouia iriixetl. . llllK mtaa .... AUI an nul .... ai',if Ui 10 on u.iw I. irMr rtrxlr DraasT Among tha many stonos Lincoln used to relaU was the following i Trudging along a lonely road one morning on myway to tha county seat. Judge overt. ma with his wagon and Invited ms to a yoVr coicbm.n baa ukenadropUinuch." ' putting bia bead out of tba wludow, tb Judge shouted ! " W hy, you Ituenuu awu-- "'y0 "r.". .!. -. .rTltT. th Turning ruunu fi-rv coachman aal;l. o '' J""TZ ,' fir.' rtirbtrul l cuuon juui - - - twel'montl" . ,l m u If neonle Knew tne i-v mirpriwd to learn how many rjwrm .n the atreeU wbo never "drink a drop. ' are the victims of sleepleeatw ofdroway lv. of aKp eclioteuooui-.ir-s "I LV. nrln -ld. Homo day they ,m " ... .f. h.v will drondead.Iuat Wauaa they haven't the moral courage to defv udprufelonalattudaiice,anu' Py na f the wonderful Warner's safe cure neutralise the uric ncia in n thus get rid of the "drunkennens In to blood."' I" itowriwia Ji-ral Hunt. nr.. 1. . .Irl Ilka an Indlanf Preeauss ahe dorsu'l feel dresaM without a feather lu bar hat. xMroii run. . niKwlnv Cb Hell Oat ' has been ajabonouiand coat ly work, but .. .. ... , . .a, .it ii wtruction In any important channel means dliawWr. tM atrucuona In the organs of the human body bring Inevitable dtaeaae. Ibey rnurt l cleaiwl away, orphyaical wrk will fol ow. Keep tb liver in oruer, anu mj. j-...-. - couiW tbrough the body, conveying health, strength and life; let It Jrecom. dis ordered and the channels are clogged wltb Impuritiea, which reault in dii and death. No otlierinedlciiiequall'r 1 lerrw s 'trolden Medical IMaoovwy", i t acting upon lh liver and purity lug in ukwu. i.i. aniinals hava thlr go.al points, but for abundance of th 'ame aoa can ooai let with tb uorcupiu. -ur. m.mh h cnimtv. nalnleM and permaueu cure without knife, cau.tio or aalve, of lb largeat pile lutiioiS- Paniihlet and references aenv I"r two wiwr ....., U.-..-I.I-. l iiyinutrv Medical AMrvlatiun, 06J Uam bLrwt, Uuffulo, ti. V. It Is th nrofeadoaal fluU lavr wbo ha to wblatl tor bla money. Piss's Tooth arnaDaor oure In 1 minute, o .-..' euinhur nnao -oain ana -- CiaACuM UaaoraaaiU)ru Uuuloua. SraiKtxo a natty dude Clubbing a da. ily. fard jii- nT. eaaleat to ua and cbrapeat. PUo's ll,l for CaUrrb. Ily druggist. &UU. It Is the man with adark beard wbo or. avadre limtl Vmtrwr. - MARK. ( OUGIK URE aaBBBSIfalaMftffefy Tnt Vena fjriatM, Aaaxles ifif.1: OKcts. PROMPT. UHJ-r iiaia.aia 4. .w.ait ia.iui HVJMtV OniliD Coughs, CroupM Whooping Cough Oreanlran (CaoBlKall. 1-nnw.paiirTT.Trt OONHU XVt lTION TrrVt Owrtlsi Swrlt rf St( 6u vi IjI1 fhiRrM limn fnan a tree nf 11 mri nam artrar. tna la the aoutti.ronitilnr-'l wits a Ir-a-aik-la rr-iti tha liullaln plant of th-old Rl l.. Kur bf all aras aula at ea rrma aita vi uiprTni:r. WlLl tS A. TAS1.UK. AUeele.Ua. Let! and Found, h CatarrH I kava baen bo areswltboatairhatniai f" i vr'ciV 1 Iwaatf rean. 1 lu mr email eauralr and al- aiual loat mr bcarlna Ut eye ve-a actticu so din I bad to sat tnn odo to thread mr are dia. Now 1 haTa mr baarlac, aod I rwi r.r to tbrtad a na Bai la and mr amell Ii partly rrttored. and H tcctn. tnlaljnprnvtnff all tltr lltna. 1 tit nk I h-TB 1. aoililng Itka Ely' Cr-aio Palto f-r a Urrb la. K. K. (.aiaia, K -nilrliU Pot- HAY-Fi-VER rr Co.. Oblo. A oanirir-iiapr-'ifri !nlral nrrni i.aaraeaoia m v.. Ir,-p r.io- a't lr nmtt or at liriiast(a nrud for clrealar. tLV UUOTIiKIIS DnuiKl'UH oesu f V. For aale hr all Statlnnt-m, Nwrnnr-n aad Fancy Oourla liualvra. LllMraldiM:oiliittotbotralo. These Disci represent tbe opposite ides of B. H. DOUGLASS A SONS Capsicum Cough Drops for Coughs, Cold and Bora Throats, an Alleviator of Consumption, and of ffreat boneilt in moat oaaoa of Dyapepau. rlGWABI OF IMITATIONS.) Tbay are tbe naitlt or avrr fort t vr-ara eTparlauo. la eotnpounaiDa ooaaii aiiu3iu.s. Retail .rice 15 tonu par quarter .evad. roB SALE B AJ.L IJKALl.ltH. J 7 7 fUASE BALL! Y CARDS- 16UH0 m'v WflAu I T rum i mi imt tnsiin liifrfy to atop UioBB fif tha and thftiliAvi than return Mnln, ! trnmn mrnU etl euro. I bum mnrl- Ltt tUtw m of PITS, EflLEltiY r FALLTNO hlOKNKHS lift -Ititi; ninrly. I wurrwt my tTfTiAtlr to rurft rtia wurtt fMcft Urn etrwrt bavj ftll4Ml l no r-fm for n iw rf ilvlnit n cam. Hnnd ml one fnr ft t renins tvnX fm K'Hlln of jny If.fBUtbl 1-RiMr. "I ltKpr- Mill futt Oitlct, 1. eoU Jo4 tilbloifOTftU-luJ, otl 1 U1 rui. jm. 444ic Vr. il. U. BUVi, IM tVwMl ift,, Nt frfc :: ) ', DR. RADVVAY'O Sarsoparillian Tk Ott Blood PaHfler, for th Ciur of all ( broulo 1Mmcwm CtmMl lhtnwlim. -cnfui, BTimiHOi Cowl Lt.i kwilti. Ilackllitf i'tv LoQitti. Cn. lViifr Jir-.h. WhMsj t'l!lni,iMort, I imptr. ltl Hot), N.lt 1 4 Urn ...ti i. i umriion, i.bi4r IkiUtiajr. SCROFULA. WhMher rniniii from naruaij or r.0lrM. hi Uhla the MinUit rausa at lUt .areerertUt i umi li hMO aa whore ewiww h. kei ti- atom wiib a.-nnui. itn.ir l"' iv f i f A 1(1 I.I.I 4 V iuLir.vr,l rni-.lf cm. prM-d ul luairslkiau ol aitraunltiiUT nwlttal prta-erilr-a. Mrmlal lrtlr. hr-al rriwlr 04 la.lrrrale tin- brokrn iwn ami rd ll. Irl. IOumuS M" - i-roin' nl In lie lreeita.nl I i,-l i "k... numifAVfO READY RELIEF ritrib rl! , tha ritrf ana nut of all rale, Ureses aa aa4 DO. 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U alaa infefxMla. U. aelta. ONLY TWO DOLLAR8 pr mo-Una Iwrtta rail waa, em euura. anas tu4 lt-W lt. ' ... - .. - R-t,4i.(flraialka wrwil aaaiSw wk PWa t-v TV ' "'r ul'l' a re" aa C ri ua llawa ll ia W. kala. Oeowrm. rab'lbw. I7t tt ., MV. Vrt. rl) aid k M Snitowal raMmmMM. II No Rope to Cot Off Horses' Manes. ltia.4 BHini i: -.-.. rln Uattrf ioif r rt ul ihm i.i, rr,4fJi ri). I frH T ttl Irrln. Ftrii a'Mvnni in in JrsMlf. hftti. t.T I'rlc I.Ut t Liw)uittuvK,kCucbeMiir.i.V na' (tamely w fbtarrb ta Ihe PI Kaat. baaMal lu Uae.aud Lbeaped. I I i AM rmvl Cold In tha IfMd, I J BwlaiJie,uay r.aw, c euveaia. poTMnptroci fllll ft -aHlTJ IB.l" fa ltt .Mt ulmWl )' l Vnrt. if t f im worvt kiul m4 mt left Ma4H fta. - euraal. iismi H my ftvliw Ift AV'ii. Ihal 1 will .t Tt POT1I.M rutlft, iMbr villi ft ?U V A It LI TRKrtft IkU lM4M,1a ft.rvr. " ftraw f U -t4r. AIUC'liMlWI-.l QQLDIERS": KKW LA waMBeera' aa frr.nl r,minil.lnnai IMr-rterarellr-r- 0-1 1 fx. Ion. aud litrr-nae i e-rlr-urrj ii jr, am Micrena oi an fcr. rile lor clrculara and la"". a u- u..:mtuii:k AiiON. lliicl&Bali.Ob.lo, A nil) Arrrt ToinirtKiurehsjm.wftwUt LIU Urrttlt OIVK AWAT I. OJt-lf- dl-nntlhiff WuhtnK MtuitiiifM. If xhi want iwift "Mil jrmtr u.rn, ('. II siir1 oftlw ft! aop.sv u DTKK-8 MWtiD HJXIII riTr!JJJtJ HI ANTE DAi aeflrt Maa or woman In ? oonntv In ll huf luotli Malar ft It. ar alii and KiDt-naaa f iiKiiav in ad- vanrw. I sntuilnf tmtlll VBRll fattlr-iilafft fra. Mtandftrd Bilvftr-waxa Uo dUoftten, Mi nc STUDY. Ibaikkceptnff, Iluslnea Ilvliilai romia. lrorriftnariii, Arunrnmic, onnn liAiid rlr., tW"Mikl)! ""ht hv mall, .t'lrrulurt fretp ftl HIM OOlXl.ii E. UariUaH X. Y. , rmlil. Arltnmatlo, hi lv mull, .t'lrrulm Traated and enrad wllhonttba knife. HiKia on trra'nifntar-nl rraa. nar.w .L.ruNU.M.U.,Aurora, KaaaCa.UI. $250 A MIVKTH, AgMt. "Warned. f llnuanlrlrilnliii- world. 1 amplrr AilUriM JAY llUOIibO N.UBTaol Tri rrDlDUV Irewra hire and eata a.aaiVilllwr f md par. Sliuati'ti lurnlabed. Writ Tatairmrs Daoa, Jao -Ilia, WIS. panlouUrs, addrtM DUO. faIKUUa.K, Alum. Otuo, ABHYCirilil I" " 0'rtraa to sen M ill iwiwlHri raiiicnra at-d turn orm-al": traoUoa. Addna I. ii. B AJiii TuJlaboar. toaa, BEES Jni!mL-SI aTItjUISi kwerair. a aa r i. k riftB.i aaa Ate JeuraaLf.lilo.sii. lib Sbnek, Mink, Mnikrat. etv. bona-M for eat ia lilaliritmarkollirlcea. Send firrclri illar,ftyofiitl partu iilnra. K. C. boughtou. it Bond St. Haw Yorfc A.N. K B toes WHEN WRIT1NU TO iOVKIITISI HI pleaae aay oa saw Ui AAxrrUsmaiU la inls paper.