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A novel tiling a readable romance. There are no stamps In last year's vests. The chiropodist sways the whole foot's-tool. It is finally decided that W star's dictionary is the best. What sort of hard thing can you throw at a dog without hurting him P Words hard words. English physicians say that melan cholia is always active in the morning and wears away towards night. I Henry C. Work, the song writer, has already received over $4,000 royalty for the song, " Grandfather's Clock." Man can do many things, but there is one thing he can't do; he can't button on a new collar, just after cutting his thumb-nails, without looking up in the air. . After a man, upon somo raw and gusty night, when everything is as dark as the shadow of fate, has run across a swaying clothes-line with his chin and neck, you never can convince him that there is any truth in all this nonsense about death by hanging being so pleas nnt. llawkeye. There was an instance of the disagree ment of doctors in France recently which led to a duel in the Hois do Vincenhes. The participants were army surgeons, who had hud a dispute. One of them was wounded, and his antagonist dressed the wound and helped him to the car riage, and subsequently committed sui cide. During 1878 the American and English societies distributed 3,850,376 Bibles, viz. : in Kussia, 740,823 in GO languages; in Turkey, 61,508 in !) languages : India. 3 13. G10: China, 150.103; Japan, 01,308; ltalv, 552,828 ; France, 133,100; Servia and lvoii mania, las.lO"; Spain, 08,303; Austria, 274,302; Germany, 408.108 ; South Ameri ca, 35,318; Mexico, 30,000. In the Russian Empire there are alto gether only about fifteen hundred regu larly licensed physicians, or one physi cian to each fitly thousand people, while in the United States there is one physician to each live hundred inhabi tants. The Russian Government is not doing anything to advance medical edu cation. There are but eight Russian medical colleges, and the students are re quired to prosecute their professional studies for live years; and such persons only are admitted to these colleges as have successfully undergone an examina tion in some one of the literary colleges, which have a seven Years' course. The Desert Pirates. On the 14th of March, 1878, Mr. Grattan Geary left Bombay for the Per sian gulf, with the intention of travers ing the sultan's dominions, and learning for himself the actual condition of af fairs resulting from the Turkish system of government, complicated by the with drawal of Turkish garrisons from Asia Minor and the defeat of the Turkish armies in Europe. Traveling by him self, and over routes seldom traversed except by large parties well protected, he saw and conversed with people of various races and ranks. The chief clangers to which lie was exposed were the plundering Arabs and Kurds, whimr the absence ofrfhe regular troops embold ened to rob and terrorize all the country outside the principal towns. At Muscat, the capital of Oman,' in Arabia, he found a city with streets so narrow . that no four-footed animasl larger than cats or dogs could pass through them, notwithstanding that the place Iras 40,000 inhabitants and a con siderable trade. The bazaars are cov ered over, and arc thronged with l!e douins fresh from the desert. All were armed to the; teeth. A f.ivorite weapon is a straight, two-handed sword, the sweep of which jvould take off a man's thigh. The swordsman carried over their shoulders small, round shields of rhi noceros hide. Half a century ago a small number of the " lieni Rou Ali " were nr sacked by an English officer and 350 troops, when the Bedouins rushed upon their assailants, and cut down 200 of them in the twinkle of an eye. This led to a large expedition being sent from Bombay, which succeeded in defeating the swordsmen. The British resident at Muscat has a finger very often in local insurrections, and summons a warship now and then to the aid of the iiwunn. or governor. Xot many years ago the gunboat Teaser fired over the town at a crowd of Bedouins who had taken a position on the hills near the city, with the intention of sacking it. The Arabs said tin; shells had eyes, and could see where to fall, since they were out ol view of the ship behind the hills. A shell fell in a field and did not explode, whereupon it was surrounded by the Bedouins, one of whom struck its per cussion cap with a spear, being de termined to put out its " eye," the eye by which it had seen its way to their position. Eleven of their tribe paid t he penalty for this singular piece or viixlic tiveness. Two forts, called Jalali or the Glorious, and Mirani, the name of a Biluchee governor, protect the roadstead. At times thesT forts are on bad terms, and blaze away at each other across the harbor and in front of the town, to the great detriment of business. Fort Jalali not long ago tired on the town promis cuously until brought to reason by an English gunboat. Oman means security or settled peace. Mr. Geary's adventures and observa tions have been issued in book-form un der the title " Through Asiatic Turkey." History on Bark. A short time ago a discovery of several mounds, evidently artificially construct ed and not the handiwork of nature, was made at what is known as Sheridan's drive, on a range of hills immediately to tho west of Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Within these mounds were traces of stonework as. artistic and nearly perfect as that of the present day. A party went to the mounds and found a sort of book of records, written, or transcribed rather, upon pieces of bark, and placed together like the leaves of a book and tied with smaller pieces of bark. Among the ex- Iiloring party was a gentleman from toston, who had made the language of Mexico a study, and who, upon examin ation of the records found in the mounds, found a similarity between the writings in the records and tho tuicient language of Mexico during the time of the Monte zumas. The record is a history a chronicle of events. No dates are given, but from historical analogy it is to be inferred that it must have been about 1420, during the reign of the Montezumas in Mexico, when the emperors of that name had it all their own way in not only their own section of the country, but up toward our West as well. The records give the de tails of a great battle, probably on the very spot where the metropolis of Kan sas now stands. According to the rec ords, the battle raged for three days and the ground was strewn with slain, and after the conflict was over the victors, with the prisoners they had taken, re versed their steps and went back to Mexico, .where the captives were to be offered .up upon the altars as a sacrifice to their god of war. The records were evidently written by the victors, and placed by thorn in the mounds where they were found. The records consist of ten large pieces of bark, flattened out, about ten or twelve inches in size, and bound tight together by thongs of bark cut into long strips and pressed. They have been sent to Boston, and are to be placed in the State Historical Museum there. PoUer' fi(oiltldy. FARM, GARDEN, AND HOUSEHOLD. When Mitl Where to Apply Wood Aahe.. The agricultural editor of the Hew York World says: Wood ashes, among the best of saline manures and atoo nmong tho most economical, are coming to be more and tnoro appreciated every year. Farmers now, as a rulo, husband every pound made on the farm and buy them whenever they rnn be procured at a rea sonable rate. The timo has gone by for oxclianging ashes from good liftrd wood for-a few pounds Of soap. Leached ashes, while less valuable, contain all the elements of the unleached, having been deprived only of a part of their ; potash and soda. Ashes benefit all soils not already rich in the principles they containi And nitty be drilled in with roots nnd grain, sown broadcast on meadows or pastures, or mixed with the muck heap. Tho quantity of ashes to be applied' to the acre depends, as does that of nil fer tilizers, on the character of the soil and crop cultivated. Crops which exhaust the salts, as potatoes, turnips and all roots, clover, . lueern... peas, beans and the grosses, are benefited by nshes. The crops named thrive well under an nppli-- !..! i. ... .i i .... i .V vnuun oi iiMirs nil uonc-uusi, ami xneir effects are also strengthened when mixed with gypsum. Light soils call for light dressings, say from ten to fourteen bushels of unleached and twice that quantity of leached ashes per acre. Rich lands or clays bear heavier dressings. Repeated dressings of ashes like repeated dressings of lime or gypsum, without a corresponding addition of vegetable or barnyard manures are not adniissable, for they will eventuallv exhaust lands when applied alone. Where the entire surface of the soil is covered with vege table growth either of the three materials mentioned acts with great effect. For this reason ashes may lie applied un mixed with other fertilizers' to meadow lands for a longer time than to any other crop. In reply to question asked at the E1 niira (N. Y.) Farmers' club in regard to the value of leached ashes ami the best manner of apply ing them to general crops, as corn, wheat and oats, the following information was gained: I'aclied ashes vary so much in their character that no precise estimate of their value can be made. Heavy clay is liable to be in juriously compacted by liberal dressings of ashes, leached or 'unleached, unless the land is sod. in which case ashes spread on the surface tend to increase the crop of grass. The safest and bel tiseol leached ashes on most kinds of soil is spreading them on old meadow or old pasture. Working them into land on which potatoes are to be planted in the same season is also a good way to use them. .Good allies make a valuable dressing for wheat land and for corn, but the leached ashes are too un certain in their character to recommend for such use. Coal ashes are inferior in quality to those from wood and vegetables, but are nevertheless of value and are to be ap plied to the soil in a similar manner, as they tend with their abundance of cin ders to the mechanical division of soils. Coal nshes are beneficial to heavy rather than light soils. Farmers, in consideration of the above facts, cannot he too strongly encouraged to follow the practice of collecting and reducing to ashes all the rubbish of the farm not otherwise available, such as brush, old wood, sods, rags in fact everything which cumbers the place as useless matter. Burnt earth is not only a manure in itself, but is most useful to mix with artificial fertilizers which can not bo easily distributed alone or too Strong to sow among seed unmixed with other material. llrmai'kulile Array of 3tcw Fmlt. The year 1878, it appears, has been rendered memorable to American pomo joitists by reason of the large number oi new native fruits wliich were originated or introduced during that time. The list of peaches especially has been great iy in creased. In a paper read before the West'-rn New York Horticultural Society by William C. Barry descriptions of thirty peach seedlings never before d" scrihed were enumerated as having come to tho notice of this well-known nursery man, while many more were fruited which are not yet made known to the public. According to Mr. Barry the Slate of New York offers several candi dates for popular favor. From the great metropolis even come two new varieties which apparently possess many valua ble qualities. In Western New York there are several seedlings which will undoubtedly prove desirable. One of them is believed to be the largest and earliest of all the very early peaches. Several excelWnt early and late varieties have originated in Ohio. Passing over a vast extent of country are found a number of new kinds in Missouri, Kan sas and Nebraska. From Kansas comes the information that the whole list of 'arly peaches known to the public, so far lis fruited in Kansas in 1878, is sur passed both in earliness and size by at least fifty new seedlings of Kansas origin, many of wliich bore their first fruit that year. At the South, too, many promis ing new sorts are mentioned. Thus, as if by magic, during the same year and in various sections of country new peaches have sprung up in such numbers as to astonish and almost perplex the fruit culturist. Touching upon tho few new apples brought to notice the past year, Mr. Barry had a word to say about the Rus sian apples which have caused more or less discussion. Of the varieties under trial for some time several have given evidence of value, and while they can hardly bo compared in quality to our best apples, still they are fair and will doubtless prove desirable in those locali ties where only hardy varieties succeed. What portion of the largo number of new strawberries introduced are worthy of cultivation Mr. Barry thought it diffi cult as yet to say. Another season's ex perience will be required" before definite and reliable information can be given concerning many of them. Of a number which have been well tested the Sharp less is given a prominent place, as are the Cumberland, Triumph and Crescent seedling. Among new raspberries the Gregg was pronounced a decided im provement on the older varieties of black caps. New York ,World. Early Corn. A correspondent of VicWs Magazine gives the following directions for bring ing corn to maturity early in the season, adding that he picked corn last year in side of sixty days from tho time of plant ing : " Let the conditions of the soil and manure be the best you can command, and aside from the frequent wading and hoeing, stirring the ground thoroughly, thin the stalks to three or four three is best if you would have the largest ears and most of them, Pluck out most un mercifully every sucker and non-bearing stalk that process alone will hasten your corn a week or ten days, as I have come to believe from experiment. I have added this year a top-dressing at the hill, when the corn was well up a compost of one part plaster, two parts ashes, and two parts fine manure, which, I think, has been a great advantage." Those who wish early corn should not only have for seed, what is called " an early kind," but they should obtain it from as for north as possible. Sled corn raised in Canada .and taken south will come to perfection one, two or three weeks earlier than that ripened on the spot. The reason is that the seed raised in the north has adapted itself to a short season. This is true, iq a measure, of all see4s, Rnford's Career. The Cincinnati Enquirer devotes nn article to Henry Buford, the Kentuckian who shot nnd killed Judge ,1. M. EllioU. of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, in the streets of Frankfort. The Enquirer says : Buford's history shows him to bo a man utterly regardless of law, of his ow life or that of others, when his passions are aroused. Somewhere in the '50s Bu ford was the hero of an affray on tlio ington fair grounds, wliich had -a great deal of notoriety at the time. He nnd n gentleman named Thomas, of Mt. Ster ling, had quarreled, and, meeting on the fair grounds, immediately opened lire on each other. Buford displayed character istic t-Oolnoss nnd recklessness, changing his (position oncfi'i-while. Thomas -was firing, to avoid shooting in the direction of some ladies, nnd at another time de liberately taking a pin from the lapel of his rout nnd picking the tube of his pis tol, which had failed to go off. He wounded Thomas, and escaped unhurt himself. A gentleman of Lexington named Ferguson was keeping Thomas supplied, with pistols. Gen. Abe Buford made at him with a bowie-knife rind slashed at his throat. Ferguson ducked his head and the knife shnved his beard, taking off a good-sized piece of his chin, which fell into the posses sion of Mr. Mulligan, of Lexington, who exhibited it for some time in his store window ns a curiosity. Another .incident in Buford's career happened nt the time when the three colonels were editing tho Times, in Louisville. Buford sent a noted hello in that city a bucket of sausage from his home near Versailles. Theodore O'llara. author of the famous "Bivouac of the Head," one of the three colonels, made the present n subject of ridicule in his paper. As soon as the paper reached Versailles, Buford, taking a friend with him, got in his buggy, and by driving rapidly nnd taking fresh horses from time to time nrri veil in Louisville early in the night. Reaching the Gait Housb and going in, be found O'llara at the bar taking a drink. Stepping up to him and inquiring as to his authorship, O'llara acknowledged it. and Buford at once struck him. They struggled, clinched anil fell, O'llara underneath. O'llara drew a pistol, and reaching a rou lid Buford, tried to shoot him; but his si-use of humor prevailing over his wrath, ho got to laughing so that lie could not discharge it. They were sepa rated before any damage was done be yond a good beating for O'llara, and lbiford returned home. Still another, attended with worse re sults, was his assault on Mr. Ulysses Turner, of AVoodford, a brilliant young lawyer, and at one timo a member of the banking firm of Saylor, Shelby & Co., of Lexington. Buford had some busi ness controversy with him, attacked him, and beat hiin so brutally about the bend that his life was despaired of, his health wrecked and his sight permanent ly destroyed. Mr. Turner died a short time ago, after years of suffering and blindness. Buford's last violent exploit before the present murder was his defiance of the authority of the sheriff of Henry county in the earlier stages of the suit,' the final decision of which was the cause of the as:issination. The Sonp Stone. A lady in the outskirts of Denver was the victim tho other day of a tramp's practical joke. 'Even in these vagabonds there is an occasional vein of humor which is worth preserving. Tho inci dent happened in thiswise: About the middle. of the afternoon a tramp put in an appearance and asked politely if he could bo permitted to cook, for himself a plate of soup. " I have the ingredients with me," he said, displaying a cobblestone about the size of an apple. The lady very naturally looked at bin in surprise. " You can't make soup out of that rock, can you ?" she inquired. " Oh, yes, madam. This is what we call a soup stone." . " Well, I should like to see you do it ;" and she forthwith made up a fire in the stove and the tramp commenced opera tions. He filled the stove pan with water, and after it commenced to boil, very carefully deposited the stone in a pan in the water." " I shall have to trouble you for a lit tle seasoning," he said, nnd the lady has tened to get him an onion, a piece of meat and a pomato. These were can -fully cut up and put in to boil along with the stone. In a short timo a de licious plate of soup was prepared. The lady tasted it and was delighted with the flavor. The fellow sat down and ate, and his hostess immediately ndded what was necessary to make a substantial meal. When he left he said he could get plenty of soup stones on his waya, nil he woulcf leave that one with her as an evidence of how sincerely he appreciated her kindness. She was firmly convinced that she had come into possession of a treasure. That night she told her hus band of the circumstance. He listened to the recital and then inquired inno cently: . " l)on't you think the meat nnd the onion and tho tomato would have made a very good soup without the rock?" Gradually the trick began to dawn upon her, and if you want to make that lady mad, you have only to ask her for the loan of her soup stone. Rocky Moun tain News. The Milky Way. The milky way forms the grandest feature of the firmament. It completely encircles the whole fabric of the skies, and sends its light down upon us, accord ing to the best observations, from no less than 18,000,000 of suns. These are planted at various distances, too remote to be more than little understood; hut their light, the medium of measurement, re quires for its transit to our earth periods ranging from ten to 1,000 years. Such is the sum of the great truths revealed to us by the two Hersehels, who, with a zeal which no obstacle could daunt, have ex plored every part of tho prodigious circle. Sir William Ilerschel, after accomplish ing his famous section, believed that he had gauged the milky way to its lowest depths, affirming that he could follow a cluster of stars with his telescope, con structed expressly for the investigation, as far back as would require 330,000 years for the transit of light. But, presump tuous as it may seem, we must be per mitted to doubt this assertion, as the same telescope in the same masterhand was not sufficiently powerful to resolve even the nebulas in Orion. Nor must we forget that light, our only clew to those unsearchable regions, expands and de composes in its progress, and, coming from a point so remote, its radiant waves could be dispersed in 6pace. Thus the reflection is forced upon us that new clusters and systems, whose beaming light will never reach our earth, still throng beyond, and that, though it is permitted to man to behold the immens ity he shall never see the bounds of crea-U-.. Arthur Gilman tells the following of an old lady at Concord : "Have you given electricity a trial for ' your complaint, madame? " asked the minister, as he took tea with tho old lady. "Electricity!" said she. "Well, yes, I reckon it has. I was struck bv lishtnins last summer and hove out the window, but it didn't seem to do me no sort of good. Boston Traveler. ' . . Drawing from nature is contagious, that is to say it's Batching- FOR THE FAIR SEX. The ttremtea nt the Ioyl Wertilln. Our lady readers will thank us for giv ing them the following full, Uuo nnd particular account of the costumes worn at the Into roval wedding at Windsor bv somo of the most distinguished dames and damsels of tho British court: Her roval liiirlmcss. the Princess nf Wales, worq her exquisite toilette of Oriental nearl-colorcu brocade, richlv embroidered in pearls, with ruffles of point d'Angleterre and narrow bands of sable. The train was composed of the darkest amethyst velvet, lined with rich est Oriental pearl satin, bordered in nar row sable; a smaller train of matchless point u Anglcterre entirely covering the center, was fastened on by large me dallions of pearls. The corsage was pro fusely studded with pearls nnd diamonds. Her royal highness wore a tiara of dia monds, white ostrich feathers and a long utle veil, and neck ace ol rows of near Is and diamonds. 1 heir royal highnesses, the Princesses Txniise, Victoria and Maud of Wales, were attired in dresses of Oriental nearl- eolored brocade, wit h stomachers of Ma- lines laco and ceintnres ot darkest ame thyst velvet, over jupes of poult-de-soie of tho same tint, with small volants of Ala lines lace. The dress worn bv her roval . lnVhness. the Duchess of Teck, was one of real niagmneence. The corsage nnd jupo were of tho palest primrose nnd oljve brocade, with plisses nnd draperies of olive satin, festooned with volants of the finest Iloniton lace: the train of the richest olive velvet, lined nnd bordered jn ermine, wnR fixed on one shoulder, with tiamond clasps, and diamond stomacjier on corsage. Her royal highness also wore a tiara of diamonds, lappets, ostrich feathers nnd diamond necklace. i ne Duchess of Sutherland wore a magnificent dress of gold and silver bro cade, mixed with a new shade of Scabi- encc velvet, nnd nest point de Veniso. The corsage was trimmed with matchless rubies and diamoids, which blended beautifully with t'jenew shade of velvet. ller grace wore a tiara of diamonds. white ostrich featiers and gold and sil ver veil. i The Marchioness of Salisbury wore a most picturesque dress of antique Ixmis . v . orocaue, oi a very pale reseda nue, with embossed wreitbs nnd bounuets of myosotis and leaves; the jupe was com posed of the darkestreseda velvet draped in brocade, with festoons of myosotis satin. The corsage was of velvet, with a" Louis XV. waistcoat of brocade and beautiful diamond ornaments: the head dress a tiara of diamonds, white plumes nnd veil. The MarehionessfConynghnm worea lovely toilette of mal ve siitiii and eostlv antique lace, the skirt strewed with brandies ot natural mauve and white lilacs. Her ladyship also wore a tiara of diamonds, white fea'.hers with veil, and orancnos oi lilacs. The Viscountess Cranbrook wore a dress of Russian gr:,y satin duchesse, draped with guipure lace and velvet of the same ncli sliade' Headdress, dia monds, plumes and hopets. What Iowa Lt1h ore Tan&iit. ; At the Iowa Agricultural College every girl in the junior ch.ss has learned how to make good bread, weighing nnd measuring their ingredients, mixing, kneading and bakinjr.nml regulating her fire. Each has also been taught to make yeast and bake bistliit. nuddiniis. nies and cake of various kjnds; how to cook a roast, broil a steak aid make a Irnarant cup of coffee; how to 'stuff nnd roast a turkey, make oyster soup, prepare stock for other souns. steam nnd mash notatoes so that they will melt in the mouth, and, in snort, to get up a first-class meal, com bining both substantial and fancy dishes, in good style. Theory and manual skill have gone hand in Land. Vast stores of learning have bee accumulated in the arts of canning, preserving and pickling fruits, nnd they lave taken practical lessons in all the details of household management, suck as house-furnishing. care of beds and bedding, washing and ironing, care of the sick, careof children, etc. 1 lie girls, we are informed, are also thoroughly grounded in science, mathe matics and. English literature: but this isofsiight moment compared with the loregoing catalogue ot virtues. It there is anything that challenges the unlimited respect nnd devotion of the masculine mind it is ability in woman to order well her own Household, l'-ach one ot these charming Iowa girls, it is safe to say, will marry within six weeks alter gradu ation. St. Paul l'ioncer Press. Automatic Machinery. An extraordinary statement in regard to the introduction of automatic machin ery into some factories not far from Low Moor, near Bradford, England, has ap peared in the Warelimtseman nnd Drap ers'1 Trade Journal. The writer says: " We have visited the Oak mills by night, in company with Mr. Burns and a friend. The building itself was in darkness, but we could hear the rumble of machinery as we approached. The door was un locked and couple of candles were light ed. By the dim light wo saw tho ma chines all at work, and passing from one to another we noted also what they were producing. There was no possibility of deception, and no room for doubt. We were not there to examine the construct tion of the machinery; it was sufficient to be able to verify the main fact which is that when tho working hours of the mills are over, the lights lire put out, the building is locked up and the machines are left working all through the night, producing large quantities of beautiful articles in great variety of. patterns in silk, cotton ami wool." The method by which this result lias been attained re mains a secret. The only night attend ant at the factory appears to be an en gineer, inasmuch as tho engine and boiler cannot be left to themselves. Fond III mutated Imperfectly nourihlies tlio system, since il is only partially iissiniiliiterl by tho blood, l'ulo, linggard mortals, with dyspeptic stomwlis, im poverished circulation nnd weak nerve, expe rience a marked and rapid improvement in their physical condition by availing themselves of that sure resource of the sick and dcbilituted, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This genial tonic and alterative lends an impetus to the processes of digestion which insures an adequate develop ment of the materials of blood, fiber nnd muscu lar tissue. Moreover, it soothes and strengthens overwrought or week nerves, counteracts a tendency to hypochondria or despondency, to which dyspeptic and bilious persons are pecu liarly liable, and is an agreeable and wholesome appetizer and promoter of repose. The in firmities ot age, and of delicate female con stitutions, are greatly relieved by it ; and it is a reliable preventive of, and remedy for, mulurial levers. A Word to Doubters. There is a good old English maxim that teaches ns to " believe every man honest until we know him to be a villain." American ous torn seems to have reversed this law and an. pears to make every man a villain until he has proved himself an honest man. As with peo ple, so with things. .Every article placed in our markets can lay claim to popular favor upon intrinsic merit and value alone. Con tinued popularity, therefore, is pioot positive of iutrinsio excellence. Dr. Pierce's Family ltemedies are far more popular to-dny than ever betore. The people have tested them and know them to be genuine remedies lor the dis cuses they are recommended to cure. The Golden Medical Disoovery and Purgative Pel lets are the best alterative, tonio and cathartic remedies that ean be used in chrouio diseases of the stomach and liver. The world-wide popularity of the Favorite Prescription, as a never-failing remedy for female diseases, would have alone secured to its discoverer the time he has so richly won. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itaniedy, oi whioh Dr. Pierce is ahio nronrintor is reoommonded by those who have tested its virtues as a safe and reliuble remedv (or catarrh A Useful Dog. A well-dressed young woman entered a restaurant not far from the terminus of the Xew Orleans railway, and told the waiter to bring her in all haste a basin of soup, ns she was about to take her departure by the next train. ' This was Immediately done, nnd after having taken it and paying the waiter she was hurrying nwav, saying that she' should certainly be late,' when she perceived her pnsago barred by a largp dog, wliich refused to let her pass. She attempted by caresses to put it aside, but the ani mal held firm and opposed her way. " I shall certainly be late!" she cried. " Po take away thnt horrible dog." Tho waiter and the master cried out, " Vidoeq, Vidocq, give way, sir!" But tho dog riever stirred. One of the waiters here whispered something to the master, who, coming up to the young woman said : "If my dog prevents you from leaving the premises tho reason must be that you have some of the property belonging to the house about you. You had better give it up at once and go your way." . The person thus nddressed at first af fected great indignation at being so accused, but nt last drew out a silver spoon, which she hnnded to the owner of the restaurant. The dog then allowed her to past, and she was hurrying off when she was seized by her manto'rt and forced to stop. This time it was n police agent, who had been on the look out for several persons suspected of being concerned in a robbery, and who it was thought might attempt to get off by the railway. She was arrested, nnd on ex nmination her mantelet was found to be furnished with immense pockets for re ceiving pilfered goods. It Is said that this is not the lirst time that the dog belonging to the restaurateur has shown himself a faithful guardian of his mas ter's property. A World-Wide Reputation. Dr. It. V. Pierce, having aoquired a i epila tion in the treatment of chronic diseases result ing in a professional business fur exceeding his individual ability to conduct, some years ago induced several medical gentlemen to associate themselves with hira, as the faculty of the World's dispensary, the consulting department of which has since been merged with the In valids hotel. The organization has been com pleted and incorporated under statute enacted by the legislature of the State of New York, under tho name nnd style of the "World's Dis pensary Medical Association." We clip tho following lrom Uie Buffalo Express : A branch of the " World's Dispensary Medi cal Association " is to be established in London, Kiu., a step which the continually increasing European business of the Disponsnry has been found to warrant, and next week Dr. U. T. Bodorthn will sail for the groat metropolis named, to superintend tho organization ot the new institution. This gentleman has been for some four years associated with Dr. Pierce in a position of responsibility, and is well qualified for the duty now entrusted to him. Hereto fore tho foreign business ol tho World's Dis pensary has been transacted through the agency of prominent druggists, but it lias ns. sumed such proportions as to requiro more di rect cure. Dr. Bedorthn will no doubt success fully curry out his mission, being n gentleman ol excellent business abilities and most pleas ing address. Perfect purity is restored to the circulation when contaminated, if Scovill's Blood and Liver Sirup is taken. Scrofulous, syphilitic and mer curial disorders are completely vanquished by it, persistence in tho use of the remedy being nlouc required to accomplish a cure. Knip tions of all kinds, sores, chronic rheumatism, gout, liver complaint and goitre yield to its remedial action, and it not only purines the blood but vitidizcs the system. Sold by all druggists. Coi.i8 A v Cocons. Sudden changes of cli mate are sources ot pulmonary and bronchial ulfcctions. Take nt once " Brown's Bronchial Troches," let tlio cold, cough or irritation ol the throat be over so slight. Twenty-five cents a box. ' CHEW Tho Celebrated " Matchless " Wood Tag Plug TonAccoT The Pioneer Toncco Company, New York, Boston, and Chicago. Certainly one is not wise if he purchases uny m:n before obtaining the latest catalogue and circulars of the Mason and Humlin Organ Co. See advertisement, and send postal card asking for them, nnd they will come free. " .Egos foS IlATCinxa" Heaif K. C. Bridg hnm's advertisement in another column. Chew .Inekson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Smoke Pogne's ''Sitting Bull Durham Tobacco." Why n'it lnake up your mladt. nt present, what hotel you arc B"inir to 8t-p a when you arrive in Xew Vurlt t The Grand Central, cm Ilroadway, In now kept on both the American plan at $2.50 to $3, and the European plan at $1 and upward, per day. ' An elegant restaurant, at moderate prices, Is conducted by the hotel. TIIK lVOVKITY FIK HKT W?AL An IrueiiidUg litt'e tikkcl-nlnteil at-nle. 3 in. lonu. weighs nit t" lr Ms. hy 2 ozs. Usr fill for everybody. P.fctfr'', for JVttV. Anents wanted. Trade ku polled. Circulars of this nnd BiToli ;iw df'SignR free. L. II. Ku5BCll,Stratford,(;onn. LARGEST Aniioi'tmeut iu Ihe WOiUVli Of PlfivH. Pr.imna. Comedies. Farce. Ethloninn Dranvi&. nays lor i.a'iice oniy, rmys mr wemiemen niuy. w ikn H'-anls, Mustuiu'tf. Ftue Premiatlana. lturnt Cork. J.iileyV Wax Works, Tableaux. Charadrg. Pantomimes, (tUI;.p o me btnixe, and for A inn terns Mitke-un Hunk, m ike-up it'xe. mw tr lays. SAM L r KK.Mll SON j iuisi niu ni.. in ion square, aw ions. Tb8 SECRET o! MAKING ARTIFICIAL HONEY. On receipt of One Dollar I will send a Recipe for miklnu Honey from Sugar. Experts fulled to tU-tait it i mm imp genuine iioney. Auoress w. m. ru'Kii. .11 superior st, Allegheny city, fa. PURE TEAS.! Agent Wanted everywhere to tell to fiiinilit'S. hotels and larue conrumers: lam Country stniekeepers should call or write TMK WKl.l.S ent stock in the cimntrv: una' ft v and terms the best ir,A ijimi-aa i , r unon m., a. 1 . , r. w. box s-m. vv win iuy Akvuu a bulmry ut tlio t-i Diouth ai..1 expenses, or allow a large commisBiuii, to sell our nw ana wonderful im-eiitidtis. ! mran uhni u mv, pie free. Addled K II HUMAN ft CO., MiiiKhnll, Virl,. xSliSv TP"fTIl 18 AZIGIiTTt "-- f fifeil JatCMi. tt. f r tr- a s. 7jwuri, ii fo sic j !:., ri I Bf.if wilt four . ktiflii, anlar tl jw cue f f .J V ikfw'""'! '"' r,-" wf. iHb i at i V"' J-SiiJ"r-j 'f lh d pi ra k ' S ;J PPPC FOB IIATCiliy-Kruin Pure JjJvJ77 Hronn I.'slionig i Plymouth K"kf: l.Uht ISrltilli.-ls: White and lilacs Letrhnrnx: Whiti-.'ri st- ed. mark, l'i'hhh and Silver and I). W. llant,ima. lhivt town over wi rrnmums rni jeruon. send sump fur circil ar to K. C. Hridb'hutn.NewUmville.MaHa. Mention thigpHjter. 1 ffcte &mS91MJLJkLV " 3W7i. CO.WAt'iVW.B..lit. AlU'krn. DR. C'UAHi'M KIHKY CrilE, for" all Kfiv XKY DISK ASK. A sure Ueuiftly; failures wn- mwu. iv-im mr circular. Aoyes ltros . m ( titter, m, rton; W. Maddux, Kipler, Obioj k. Cary, Des Moines; F oicaim, ufiroii. me most popular memcine or ine tiay, IOK KALF., OH WILL, EXCHANGE for Tkrv f.nntli. rnviwla. .lb -' m Farm in Conn., fln, I tvn fli-am? firnvvx. anrl lurtTa trur-i nf httfh. Piae-tlmtierpri laml tn Orance County, Florida. Address a, ox iSirmlngbam, Conn. Amusement I Improvement! Matrimony Jjadte and GeDtiemen furnished with satisfactory correspondents. Send personal description, describe cor respondent desired and Inclose 9!i cto. Address Wetiu correspondence Agency, smith Koad, Metiina v TEACHERS WAITED. Schools supj.Hwl with Prmc iD.ils and AssiKtant,and Teacbersumished with positions in every Bute In the Union. For clrcnJars add's American iucAiion&j unreau, box '47it ouoaio, a. j. WA TVirwix1 T 1 AKJSNTin every connt LFjU to sell the PITEXt EXCELSIOK TELEPHONE. Send for circu lars. Pailsos, Shaw k Daaibxs, Chatham Centre, Ohio. VOUNG MEN month. Every graduate suai .Learn TeleKronhy and earn SftO to SlOO a miaranteed a Davinn situa tion. Address K. Valentine, Manager, janesvuie, wis. , n , totnnn Invested in Wall St. Stocks makes SI II Tfl HI I III! I fortunes every month. Book tent free explainin everything. Address BAXTER 1 CO.. Banters. 17 Wall St.. N. Y. SMnsaraMHMIorerellei icif ,. urn..- n.n rinrii s ro Prlceaeuts.noi -UU'- MUUtK O fHO I ILLtO.hynmiL Slowe!; v. Co SODA FOUNTAINS-. ". SaiPina ready fur um. for MUloju., fco.. a.litreta Chapman O. MdU.a, Indiana V0.MO ifSilESTKR WHITR PIGS'for sale. Also EGi3 from Uijlit and Drk Brahmaa. Si.tW per dosen. D. UKAL'MONT OAT, West Chester, Pi. $350 AMOXTIf-AeutWMtel-3bet u llliix articles lo the world: one ump'e free. Address JAY lillONSO.N. Uelrull. jaicn. OPIUM sr. .i.t. ja,. Kiel.. Itlaeaara. Thou sands cured. Lowet Prices. Do not fall f (0 writ fjr. f. . Maid!, ttUUW, THE CHURCH OFFEEING, Bsa f -.-a. I MS at... ... J Va tl. i n, j- rm.osp. tjif.,-v, wr per uunriii, nw titv best arraned and largest Mtllrctfon of Music for l-jpiarnimi noira evt-r piMinhen. venues, 19 lilorla I'atrlas. ZA iiX.tl.i. . kr .. all In Anthem Form, besides a larue variety of Chant, an. Anthems ior i nmimrta, r.iin i rjit and ntuer f estivals. Althoimn prepared exprmly for the Kplrop! lrrlce. the large number of fine Anthen.s renders it one of the best AnUiera books for all Choirs. Easier Music. Easter Carols. Easter Anthems. Send for Lists. CAWTATAS Fon (MCIIOOl. AWD ftF.Mf- i. A if l I'.w. AtnonK many Rood oYiea may be men tioned Mantle Irving, (TS centrt). Leftftnn In Chnrlty. (60 rental. fnnrcllmn Ansrr.1, A0 cents). ' C'oronaflon, '60 cental. Cnlprlt Fay, (tl), anil Fairy Iti ldal, (JO cent). The present numher of the Weekly Musical. F.eookd Is full ol Kauiter Manic Send cts. lor It. R1CTTAR1(0:VH TVT.XV MKTnOD FOR Til 13 I'lAMIKIHlK. (T2.i). I, tie most popular ever issued, as proved positively by the sale of hundreds of thousands of copies. Kxamlne II. Any lo'j mo(lii(r Krtail frce. OLIVEIt DITSOX & CO., Boston. c. ii. niT.sox & ro., I'l.l Rronrtway, IVcw York. E. DITSOX A. CO., aa Chestnut Street. Phlln. Mower Company's Specialties TDE ORIGINAL IMPROVED Randall Pulverizing Harrow! OVEll 30,000 IX I'SE 1 Chilled Iron or Steel Disks, Center Jointed. Improved .t.'i .ii J -i .iun. uujiiHieti oy a i.ev,-r. Au- slice ..wic ouiij-nfc iuc must convenient, uuraule and 'etive Harrow made. u-XKir coiiir ri i.Tiv . rot, - - Most Krllclcnt and Perfect Implement for working rowed u.vxv .U.U UUIIKIKLI a:tllBiaCt!UH. The Vnrlvnlrcl WA lemon unit rni Jphtest Drart. Easiest Managed. Most Durable Mower mR'1o,.VVbS40,'Xr'0 IN l8K- t'"lln:c coun t ing machines for any work or en,ir,...,.. SKfD roit riiicur.AKt to WARRIOR MOWER CO.. Litllo Falls. N. Y. THE SMITH QRSAff CO. Flrnt KstabliBhcd Moat SuecesnfiU I T1IEIII INSTRUMENTS have a Standard Value In ali the -eading Markets Of the World ! Everywhere recognised as the FINEST IN TONK. OVER 80,000 J'ade nnd In use. New Designs constants, liest V, ork and l.owct Prices. J- Send for a C.italoiruc. remontSt, opp. Waltiiani St., Boston, Mass. Kor Ilenuty of Poll nil, SaTlnsr Labor, Clean- iT.ii7:v.,,., .- n?pn uneouaieiu MORSE HltOS Frop'ra, Canton, Si a. a. FIVE DOLLARS 111 .lJ.l? fell UUIiLAIfN, Every nii'ttiinnt or cutinier should ktit.w how tn m.k thHron n ItitkitiR I'oivtler. For tt.?.Hft 1 w 11 h- ai iferrliM ir nviKiny is goo i a 11.11.10 i'owiier at, tlwre lu the Vrtrld. (Vst. fri'in 14 its. to 141 eta. thr lb. tu lunnuf.n 'lure. 100 or 10OU lbs, can be made nady for use n .! imiiC.ics. a ?vmip.e racitaife win ne sih 00 rect- pi U C:lll5 AMan-fS M. II. riidnMS. I)rui;pist and (irocer, Herkimer. Xew YnV. cosy SUIVIPT ION Curable only when tpectally treated ns a disease of the iKTVt s m ('inline mi'. J-.xpiaiuiuiry circular, woitiiy or iierusal, free. Add rem; IMS. It. II. HEnTZKXMA, 1 ;rcat Jonrs fit.. Xew York Cit Ptjxj imc o oun A AN atBSOLlTE IND f.TAIUNO KLUKUV FOR CONSUMPTION And all other disorders of the LuiieR mid Thront. r orwarue u iree ju receipt 01 91. a.a.maiui.n, ruimo- ura .Man 1 11 1.0.. so: itn-i ior ine 1 . a., o aasi uiu m.( or. Hrondway, Xew York. ( 'tent m ntifit 'hi p-fr,) COLORADO ! For Information about COlvOKAOO wr'te to J. ASTI-IC. Vurblo. 4 rloniln. A U tter of ten ouesttons uiibwered for line Dullar. which should be iut 111 a Jle'Utnred letter. WARNER BRO'S CORSETS nce-ivt.i the Hlnl-iKt I1nl1 Mttlif rfini PA KIM EXPOSITION. ov-r m I nii rd . m I'siin.M-iittiiPi. Tti'lr FLEXIBLE HIP CORBET (liiu ijoutur in haIsUntkd not to i.rck dawn nvt'r tir nt n-. lTr si.i.'i. iiu ir IMPROVED HEALTH CORSET Is Utittit) Willi the ItiHii'IcO Bui-1, nnl'h ils loft tint flexible and count! u no bont'S. rrlrs by mull, $l0. Fur "ilo by nil leading nifrrliKnlft. WARNER BI1US.. 351 Broad v. N. T. LIVE AGENTS WANTED To s''ll Ir. Cliatir' Krclpeat or Informntloti tor 1 ivrryiiotiy v in every tounty iu me 1 imea t.tts and ('anada. Kniarged oy the publisher to MS piucs. It contmis over 2oki househuld recipes and ts suite 1 to all clasises and conditions 01 fnn it-ty. a wonteriui io k atiu a household iifcessity. It sells at s'lit. (irrati'st induce mrntf, ever otl-'red to book uents. Sample copies s'Ut by mail, pohtp tl 1 for 99.00. Exclusive territory fiven. A cents iinre than double their money, Addrehs Ir. CIIASK'S Steam Printing House, Ann Arbor.MU-han. HOMES IN THE WEST! Excursions to Lincoln, Nebraska, r,eave Xew York and lw K upland the TKlrd Tufsday In every Month until lie reinlker. lOxenmloii o. UJ leaven X V. Tuesdny. Arll 1V Kare about half rt-Kti'ar rail's, r att trains auc nrsi-ciaKS accommodations guaran teed. For descriptive laud Circulars. Information about TkkcU tr., send address on Postal Card to V .llOOItlC, :t!7 Itroathvay, flfew York, MANY Tliere Is no cure for Hrlpht's Dis ease of the Kidneys, or Bladder and I'rtnary Complaints. They are in error. Ill XT'N HUM KIY cures these diseass. Hvn THINK eral Debility. Pains tu the Hack. Loins or Side, DropHy.Gravel. !'- Kiduevs. Hladtler and l rlnari (IrL'Htia are cured bv III,Wrl,'M ItFM KIY. Family Physicians prescribe HI NT'S ni.uuiri, tcni ror pampniet 10 wu. K. CLAiUvK, providence, n. 1. A(iETS WANTKM FOB "BACK front flie MO TT ft of HELL." Ity one wlio hai Leen there ! "Rla tn1 rail of the MOMSTACllES ny me tun.ugion uawieye nuu.or.tii. " fiamtinthn t a P, A. and J, I.9 Iiv Jotitari Allen's wife. The three biiptitt-st an. I Ih M-feliinif book out. AeenU. yon can put th-.-se looks in evi-ry where, liest terms Ktven. Au'lrchs for At;cncy, AMKIIICAN PlllUSIlLNG i u., iiariior i, i.; t uujtKc in. The Latest Triumph in Cutlery. A Pocket Fler-A'nil Cutter nnd FiiiUhrr f'omhtiirrl. Mailn of the llvht of Steel aiul IlaiilNoniely IVlckrl llutd. IatentedJun l IH7H, Its cooirvu t form aul s zr. unique (U-kih;u. iu useinlntb and IU upTinrtty over tle knife will at oni-e he -u. It U a Mine of Colurd olil for AKem, atntjit Mi ti everyrtviy, ami ceils at b ht A I iliens for torms UD'i cirru'ara to A-vnts ani Hip Tr . an i seni a. . for n-impic C . V. AA DIOHSO rostofflce Box 3 17, New York lty. Improved patent baxteR POKTAIIl.K EXfilN'E. owncl and manufactured . rinsivoly hy J. 0. TODD, at Patrbcm, S. J- an I vM at lO Barclay St, New Yurk, and bv my scents In tiflrtnt Cities. This last iiiventlnn ts a great improvement on the on .iin, i'ua Biii.iiir'i,aui issot'i ai greanv renuel prices, which are as (ol'.ows, vis: A I h. p. enclne. ud Dmer comp:eie7 rea'iy lo nin, Ior 12; 14 b. p., $17.-,; n. p., van d a. p., tkji j d. p., vnn, and 4 b. p., i; uarer sisos iu proportion. Send for circulars. Mnthera and H'urwHt! Senl tor A namnhlpt nn Rlrlro Kooil, Kivlnx your aMretu tn full, to WOOLIUCII 4 CO., oie ManniactHrers ior America. Mutton & MlamUn Cabinet Orgarim Demonstrated heat by IIKIHRST nON'ORS AT ALL W (iKUt s KAftiauiuAa lun iwti.i k i cams, vii.j ut Paris. Ii7: Vienna. (S73; Santiago. 1S7.; P.uiuiiti eiiiA, l76; Paris, l?, aul tkai.o Swedish Gold Medal, l7a. IMiiy American urau ever awaniei niuesi nun nriistaitvu.ii. Suld for cabh or Installment. 1ij.uk. t hated Catalogues anil Circulars with new styles and prices, sent fiee. JIAU.n UAMMN OlUiAM CO. Itoston, New York or imicsKO. PAY. With Stencil Ou tilts. What costs 4 mm cts. sens rapiui ni wi im, tumiogue nue, Ul S. U. beEXCEU, E-S " USD n SI., ItO&tOU, tlHU. IOI'HKT 1HCTIO A tt :tO,OOU Words, aud . Ir. Foote'ts Health Monthly, m year, ftOc MfftRAT illU. PCM. Co., 14V AU. IU Ut., ACW York. XT Fr Three 3-cent st imps: a lo of Food X IVIjAj for Pianu. u. w.,tiL , Bostoustaas. CifFT a Month abd expenses KuaranU-eu to Ak , 54 4 Omni tow. &juw 4 Oo Auuiu Uli 0 i MUSTANG Survival of the Fittest. A FAHIIT HEDICIKR TH1T nA8 HKALKD I MILU0S8 Dtr.INO tS TEARS I MmCMDlIUMEE A BALM FOtt EVE11Y WOUKD OF MAX AND BEAST t THEOLDEST&BEST LINIMENT EVER 1LU3E IN AMERICA. SALES LARGER THAN E7ER. Tho Mexican Mimtnnff Mnlmcnt has been known lor mora Ihnn thirty-five yenra ns tlio best of nil Liniments, for Mnn and Beast, its sales to-dny are larger than ever. It cores when all others fail, and penetrates skin, tendon nnd muscle, to the very bone. Soli) everywhere. vTl) r 4 . ja- lass u icaa t'vC. 1j nib C U Kcilnblo I oicentr.iUd ... o F03 FAMILY SOAP MAKING. I) rec I "a roo'.mpsny'nz p'-ch ca f-f iDAttinj llard, iTisrrr.t. wrtcnr a.vv srituxoTii. Tj i Mnr'ket IsHmiI d ni h (o.oili) foncPlTatofl l'.y, w nch is aduU.rutelw.th salt an 1 rwin, rf mn' SAVE ItOKEV, AKI BI T 11IK MADE BY TUB Pennsylvania Salt Mannfg Co., tHII,iF.PMA. HOW TO OCT THEM the tt nirt ef the Mate. fl.OOO.000 crei r-r lal-. ir few ePT f Knnana I'netlle Homo ateitd. uldreii 8. 4. (.ilinoro Laud Ccia'r, balina. kuub THt LATEST SUNDAY IHUKNINU SthKONS REV. C. H.BSPURCEON AND REV. DR. TALLAGE. And a Portrait and lllocrnnhy of some Kmlnmt pfrson. auit Sllti'lav-a lion! I. cu m rxplalnnl, an I A nerdot'S and Prnplirtlr Articles, aru publlslird EVRKY WEKK tn th. CHRISTIAN HERALD. 8150 per annum. Sample cople free. Acenta wanted AIKU, LH11 UC IIU 4MUI1 UII - l YiBHWiVii. n. AtTKKV.:i Bible House. New Yorfc. MOLIER'S TO- COD-UVER OIL Ta ntrfetrtlv imr Pmnniinnftd the twat bvthe b'ffh eat uiodical authorities iu the world. Gien hiKUtt award at I'Z world's Kxioaitions, ana at i'aru, lu.a. Bold by DruggigU. W.U.tecbicUulin A:C o.,N.Y. THE NEW YORK SUN. Ii A I ITY, 4 paces. 55 cts. a month i 80.50 year. KI'IVIIAr, MniKes. Sl.liOayear. IVUKIir.V, 8 pwes. SI a-year. Till? NI'IV haa the lareeRt circulation and la th. cheapest autl most Interestiuff paptr tn the United States. THE Wt:i!HLV Hl'II Is emphatically th. peo ple's family paper. 1. vt BuiJiau, ruoiisuer, i. I . vny. Soldiers Pensioners. We miMUh an eicht-nace oaoer "The Xational Tkibcke" devoted to the interests of Pensioners, Sol diers and Sailors and their heirs; also contains ititcrebtuig faintly reading. Price, Kitty cents a year special inducements to cluhs. A proper lilank to collect amount due under new Ar rears or Pension P.11.1., furnished urutuitovsly, to regular subscribers only, and such claims filed In Pcnsi.fe0fl1c6 without charge. January number as specimen copy free. Send for it. GKlMUJIT. K. I.KM(X k CO.. v rthiiiucioii. 11. v. lock iM'X ;fvn. P CURED FREE. An fnfalllb'e and unexcelled Homed y fro Kittt ICplIejity or Kulllittr KU-kneas warraittctf to crtv t a r-p.-ciiy and I !; It II A X KA'T cure. Vffnfl A free lioltlv" of my 1 1 1 1 V renowned spec iiic and a valuable I I A Treatise sent to any sufferer k j bui'Imik me his P. O. und Kx- pivhs addiesti. 'Dn. n. (J. KOOT, 1S3 Pearl Street, New York. 8500 PRIZE BUTTER 1 ma yrrnr UMTy riiir, l r i v it :ia awaxur'(i i lt natiiiiinl Uiploma 1 T "FpTtor ITtrt y. t;.lm anil I'erntanrnc It is, what Itrosts. whereto Ketlt. wrltoat once to . P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE ICTORIAL HISTORYoftheWORLD It rnnt'iliis a tine h'.stnrlcal enCravJnns and 1'40O ;rrt lou!,le-vn un.u p.mek, n I is Hie m"ft c 'ii.nlete H tory of Ilia World ever ruMlsued. it sells rt sight. Send tor specimen paes anfl extra U-nrs to Ac, i.ta. Aildress National I'rrHMniNG Co.. Pliila.lcll hla, P. iC rRnnnlips for IxxloreB. rhnrtept. nnd L'ommundiTiefc, muiiUtiict- urcd by 31. C. lAlh'tt i Co., (.Uuin- bus, O. Send for Prii Hits. ear Knlihti Tomplar Uniforms a Specialty, Military, Soci.ty. .nd Firomen's Goods. TEAS! ahi:ai ALL THIS TI.H1II Th. very best eoodsdlrett from the Importer, at Hslf the usual cost. Iie.t plan ever off' red to tlul, AKent. and larp. Iluyers. ALL LXfltESS CUAI1UES l'ALK Kew terms UlrJJ. The Great Amcrlcnu Tea Company, St and 3 Vcacy fcitrcct, New York. P. O. Bo 43115. ? PltHfiU1400 6400-f actorr "(Wtjf' tiulila III Alller o 15ft II I,. UI....V. D 1ST It'll .,iLh... ... .1.. ... d.. . - I -- . 1 m 1, llUUUi.v M klll ll.r tal... .u fl..-.,. . . . -XJ America-12,0 u in uiM I'lnnn -Ji.-.k.l-r OU! 1'IAkO Co.. 21 U. lit,. MrJ, V ' '" trlK- Ht.rt.lio ln. UcvniL. ft7 Vliul t " ws'nt for t'ae Klrealds L -'tor. f.-ri,,. and Outm Free. A.lilii... K - H'lCKUY, AuBn.u, alum.. -rai. ltnlo.-,c... a. wrialit. M.m,oai.,lis. MmB " way. fcivaa K'filicMicTC Abk your drugk-ibt or mcr:h. R .nt for It 1 or to know v. hat at 1 sr I AT