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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1890.
S?iC'.uAa,.rI,n3' wo"' tho Orat torn, ArTd .to , 81 'reMt 1110 "eU"S tide, ' uun mg OIUOT 8100. V ; If It were i ' BhouM I walk Softly, keeping death in viewr Should I my lore to you niord oft express! Or mould I grieve you. darling, any less If It were ypnt If itweref,' Should I lmorove tha nimnii . 6bould I more eloeely .follow Ood'e great plant v " u "wwjter ooamy tomai B It were l. If weoouldknowl We oan not, darling, and 'tit better so. I ihould forgot, lost as I do todav. And walk along the earns old tumbling way ii i ouuiq enow. w I, would not know whloh of us, darling, will be first to go. I only wish the apaoe may not be long Between the parting and the greeting song; ' wuuu, ur wuero, or now, we're oalled to go 1 WUU1Q OOl MDOW. . Every Saturday. THE VICTIJVI op his CLOTHES. D; Howard Fielding aad Frederick B. Bnrtoa. CopnucnT, 18C0. CHAPTER tt-Coirrnrcxo. "Ilushr whispered tho widow; "here comes tho officer again. Lot us be off before bo speaks to us." As thoy walked Into tho street, and so out of tho "sparrow-chaser's" territory, Mr. Drone's feelings, which bad boon somewhat stirred by his companion's recital, sank again to a lovol with bis condition. "What In tho world shall wo do?" he asked. "I ra hungry." "ho am I," said tho widow. "I don't know which way to turn." At this moment hurried footsteps bo- uiuu mum causcu mora to loco about. A young man in evening dress and a black eye was coming up with a poliooman. I hat s tho follow!" oxclaiinod tho young man, pointing at Mr. Drano. cnargo ntm with unprovokod assault" JUr. Uranc s heart went Into bis boots at tho prospect of fresh humiliation, dui ooioro bo could utter a word the policeman had snapped an iron ring uia wrist ana nau sam, roughly: 'Como now, stop lively!" Dazed, mortified, crushed, Mr. Drano could neither speak nor move, and the policeman drew back his olub to per suade him Into motion, but the blow did not reach him. It raised a cruel wolt on the young widow's wrist, and her voioe trembled with pain and Indig nation as she said: "Do not tako this gontloman, Mr. Of ficer! Ho was at fault only in defending me against that man's insults. Pleat lot him go." "That's nonsense, of course, Tom," ld be of the black oye. "The follow triod to rob me." "Come now, get a move on," com manded tbo policeman, giving Mr. Drano an uncomfortable poke in the , small of tho back with his elnh. v. Drane stumbled forward, trying to tell his unhappy companion to pay no atten- uun w mm, wnon sno onco more inter posed, seizing the policeman by his club imploring mm to free the pris- ' puuooman snook htmsolf irco, proauoa Mr. Drano again, aad said to me young woman: "Will you cloar out now?" oi i won'tr sho cried, and the tamped her foot imperiously. "Thai gentleman defended me and I won't boo mm wronged. Ho there!" ine policeman roplied by rapping u.. wj, uu vne wam witn His olub, and hardly had be ceased when another uiue ooat appeared. "Take tho young woman in, Charley." ,v- uo urafc, laconically. "This is an outrago!" exclaimed Mr. urann, ana then that quick, dismal philosophy recurred to him and be saw mat it was all porfootly natural. Another poke and a warning from the policeman showed him that it was folly to resist Bo tbo flvo marcbod op Broad- j w we nearost station bouse. Mr. Drane wrathful and sllont, the widow indignant ana tearful, and he of the oiecic oye sullen and vongefuL by tho officer growled: . "Bay, yous, will you keep quiet until you're 3ked to say something?" Tho accuser doclaycd that Drane had assaulted him and tried to rob blm. "Look blm up," said the benignant m&v? drily; and tho obedient poliooman con ducted Lawrence to a oell. As bo passed through the doorway he heard the young lady sobbing blttorly. Walking down the oorridor he repressed tho tre mendous resontmont that raged within him, but as soon as the key was turned he addressed his oonductor: "I wish you'd lot me have a word with you." The offloor paused. Drano bad in tended to toll bis story, hoping to on vlnoe his jailor, it not of bis innocence. tbat at loast there was a grave error in the proceedings somewhore, but his tool ings overpowered him. I'd have you understand," be ex claimed, "that you don't know whom you aro dealing with. I oould buy this house fifty times over and not feel ltl My reputation never has been ques tioned, and somebody will suffer for this. Why-" "Ob, rata!" interrupted the jailor, and be walked away. There is no phrase in polite or vulgar literature that com presses so much contempt Into so small a space as that one word "Gats!" It is unanswerable, complete, depressing. As Lawrence listened to bis jailor's re treating footsteps bis rosontmont turned to disgust "That just shows," be thought "how ill-fitted I am for those clothes. If I bad boon brought up to wear thorn I should havo known how to express mvself adequately. Some really shocking languago might navo bad an effect on that follow." Then for four mortal hours Lawrence ruminated on visions of ponal servi tude, balls and chains, breaking rocks, stories of galloy sla vos; and bo wondorod wbothor much famed Sing Sing would bo better ventilated than his present quarters. IIo took one llttlo comfort in bis grucsomo reflections he could at loast depend on something to eat as long as tho Government should bo his frost Tboro was no breakfast for him, bowovor, and when at last bo was marched to Jefforson Market court ho was in that state of faintness that ho would have walked willingly many miles bad tbo offloors required it Without realizing bow time bad passed, or what had hamjonod. he found hltnaolf one of a nondoscrlnt company shut in by an iron railing. The audlonco room was orowded with spec tators, and In the enclosure where bo stood wore polioemon, lawyers and re porters. Lawrence shrunk as closoas he oould against tho wall and gavo way to proiouna aitoouragoment "Well, card," said a low voioe at hla side, "you soom to havo struck it roueh this time." Drane saw a man in rags more loath some than bis own, with rumibloeted features leering at him sympathotloally. "You have the advantage of me. air." be responded, haughtily. 1 guess not" said the othor, with a dreadful smile. "Tbat ain't to sav that knows ye, that I ever bad the honor of Wiatln' with ye, but I recognise the fraternity wherevor I eomes across 'em- see?" Drane shuddered. "I'm goin' to take a vacation at the island," oontinued the othor, cheerfully. "Got kind o' tired walkln', an' need to rest up. Speot to go op for long?" "I don't know what they will do with me," replied Drane, "and I don't want to talk to yon." "All right all right," said the raga muffin, "only it vou ain't used to thla Dullness you'll find 'tore long that it's recognized, his rooont acquaintance, the ragarauimu. f . . t i J ; '.vlf; "I'M got ton days," bo said, smiling somplaoontly. Tho fellow shuffled off, nd Lawronce looked up Just in time to satch tho judgo's eye as tho formal ques tion was put: "What Is your namo?" "Lawrence Drano," ho responded julokly, and then he thought too late. The Judge scowled at a dooumont bofore him and glanoed inquiringly at tbo po liooman. ' s k i , "Thot's my prisoner," saidtho latter, "be gave a different namo at tbo station house." "What do you mean," domandol tho udgo, "by giving ono namo at tho sta tion and another ono hore?" "I I didn't want to bo known, your honor," stammered Lawrenoe. "No, I suppose not," snapped tho udgo; "well, what is it, Jones, or the thername?" . "Jones is right" replied Lawrence, realizing gloomily that anothor hope (hat be had cherished slightly, that of jonvinomga juugo, nod boon shattered by bis blunders. "You are charged," continued tho udge, "with assault and attempt to rob. What do you say to It?" Of course Lawronce responded "not ruilty," and tbon the Judge callod for WO complainant Tho woll-drossod foung man was not present , There upon his honor reprimanded tbo police man ior Dringuig up a case without a witness and addod: "In the absence of a complainant. ihould discharge this man at onco if bo had not tried to assume a false name, I hat attempt makes blm a suspicious onaraoior, 1101a mm until three o'clock, MBCDABOETI VB0M COUBT. and see that your witness is here at that hour." The hours draggod along, the judge went to lunch, anothor session was be-, gun, and at last "Thomas Jones" was again callod to the bar. The com plainant had not turned up, and the juago sa.a, irritably: "You are discharged, Jones, but I warn you not to do any thing of this kind again." "But I haven't done any thing wrong, your honor," protested Lawrenoe. "You'll get into serious trouble right bore if you're not careful," cried the "llere, you, got out! Understand? said a court officer, pushing Lawrence toward the gate. Lawrence did under stand, and with a fooling somewhat akin to roller, he passed through the audience room a free man. "Whon onoe I getwolloutof all this,", be thought "I'll get the Legislature to provide a fund for supplying discharged, prisoners with a square meal. I'daU most give my liberty for a sirloin steak with lyonnalse potatoes." What to do to got this desirable re freshment was a problem. lie looked , see that vou. will tocoirnizo von .rtrofs sooa'a iqd Jrb? pxjjnt lrc$ftha!t ( am not to be imposed on. There--oro I shall give you this ticket It aIll secure you lodging and breakfast,. if you willj, 'saw,,- wood. And in Consideration for your'dofonse Of the young lady you refor "to'.-1 - will pay your oar fare to the wood-yard. I oiaom ao mis. nevor when I am con vlnced of a man's oharoctor as I yours, but you are doubtless faint and weary. Therefore, here Is the card, and here is a dime to pay your way on the horse oars." "Madamo," said Drano, huskllv. "vou have done mo injustice and given ma pain that Is worse than all the ills tbat have come on ma slnoe I arrived in Now York. I decline your charity, and you may rest assured tbat no extremity pf misery will evor make me regret my Bourse." With that ho bowed haughtily and talked from the . bouse, while Mrs. Bowers looked shocked and made an entry In her book of charitable work as to the evil prido that keeps some men from acknowledging the superiority and goodness of othors. CHAPTER IV. A rOOL AMD niS MONIT. Drano had occasionally reflected upon the possibility of sucb a misfortune as bad overtaken him, though he had never carried his imaginings to the point which tho actualities of the case frm,nneuid ofl.ve ear8 with the worst I waifattamlih ?' duri"8 which time .-,ttonded b 1,18 best physicians I could find and tried numbers orproprie- time, an 1 my whole sysiem was destroyed by the vile disease; my tongue and throat having great holes cauHl, i t .5" am of ?S?f tal5ln8 Bwipt's Wiwo (8 , , 1 3. 8 end In a few months I was entirely cureu, ana to this great medicine do I at. tribute my recovery. This was over two years ago, and I have had no return, or any effects of the disease since, and my skin is to-day as smooth and clean as any body's. William Sowers, . - ' , Covington, Ohio. uoiig All over Hia Body.,.; TOIN. & tiEBjais E AILED A : TnHTABLB-InKfreotMayi,,!, 01TBAI,S1ADABDTIM1 EASTWARD. No INo7 ,.NoB.Nolj .lv Toledo gak Harbor..., Froraont Clyde Bellevue Monroeville,.., Norwalk ...I.. Wellington. a.., Creaton OffviUe....V.V.v.v;;.Ay Akron YoiiniMtawn Arl Six bottles of Swift's Spbcific (8. 8. S.) VaiiSTjinctYon a, cured me of a horrible attack of Bolls that CanafDovir. Ar had brokeoutall over my bodv. and from fmofidge '"" which I could get no relief T fMi tw T, v.- Ar it Was notfnr vnnr .. j,., '!" ,'; ."""i?"lon- . . J B.a. U.QUll,lua A WOU1U I """""UBYIlJe uo iu my grave to-aay. I oowemon t w. ,1, Mitchell, Marion, Ala. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa. Why embiiter llfo hi debility, heart disease and rheumatic com pluiuis, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure will so quickly cure! Key. A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes: "It cava ma nlmf i.S . . entirely permanent reliel." 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IIo know that there were many charitable organizations which sometimes assisted tbo distressed. and at othor times distressed the assisted; but ho coald not re member tho names or addresses of any of them, with tho singlo excep tion of tho Socloty for tho Proven tlon of Cruelty to Anlmala. It hadn't como to tbat yot, he thought, but thore was no tolling whon It would. IIo had gone to sloop a gentleman and had waked up a tramp; an equal drop ln the next twenty-four hours misht mako him a chlmpanzoo or a cow The thought was not pleasant, and it aroused Drano to dcsporatlon. Eithor that or bis hunger stimulated his mem ory, for be suddonly recalled the fact that a gontloman with whom ho had had some dealings by letter was ln busi ness on Murray street. lie asked a policeman whore that was, and the re ply fairly staggered blm. It was miles away. lie felt that be should fall dead of hunger bofore be covered half the distance. De leanod against a lamp-post In ut tor weariness, and closed bis eves. Then he beard a woman's voice behind blm, saying: "1 hoped tbat you would oome to see Mrs. Bowers, snd I have waited to thank you again for what you did to help me." to bs cojiTnrtrtaJ HABIT8 OF BEAVERS. They lira In Families and Take Good Care of Their loonf. realized that every , , .T.9,0' ao,D Jour work; to Fremont .".: course of not. nn nn1v1 olnfl . . " TT " !""" v" uu it you must Oak Harbor ' leel well, ii vou do not It I . lrHn a drag; under such conditions you need a tonic. Take I jioo.'a irvm.t r...i Clover, it has no equal. For sale by P. D ielt, druggist. a. m. 11 00 li'ibl 11 40 7 10 9 65 11 J 11 15 U 50 1 1.1 1 58 7 85 10 60 1 11 105 1 81 8 18 408 4 181 413 448 6 08 515 810 p.m. p..m 705 7 55 8 80 116 4 55 7 28 105 9 SO 1010 1055 1145 1135, 11 10 1188 1188 1 08 155 p. m. 8 80 8 40 7 13 8 80 5 10 8 85 718 7 50 8 08 8 50 885 5 50 8 08 1 10 185 10 80 10 58 07 a. in 146 16S 480 7 85 T85 7 51 806 8 18 845 040 u m. HURON DIVI8ION. NORTH No. 17. hum SCOTT'S EMULSION 8 05m 8 49 " 4 10 " 4 40 " No. 85, 1 tOaml n 65am 17 20am 50 " Lv. Aa. Monroet!!'V JNorwsia Milan Huron SOUTH No, 88 '165 'u4 188 1 00 Ne.18 11 V 6 80 8 08 5 10 CURES CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCH8 COLDS Wasting Ilseasei Wonderful Flosh Producer. Uany have gained one pound per daj by its use. Scott'i Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains the stimulate inff properties of the Hrpophos E bates and pure Norwegian Cod iver Oil. the potency of both beinr largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over the world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all DruggUU. tOOTT A IOWNK, Chemists, M.Y. Dallv. NOTK. Train Nn 1 rain No. 18 lcvr, TrJi .... "fron, Toledo onl, to prnun,;5.T'0? Tbii HMfi fal nnw M at. . . tnaiwrnn ... Between Toledo, C.mbidJ.Vnd SLletu. u vuworiion, ndp,kn..To,"'8town and ChlcaKo, Akron, Younpiown and Pitts A. O.BLAIR, burgh. CHAPTER m. A SCOTCH TSBDICT. Arrived at a police station the party marched ln and halted rn front of a big vuuukjt uenma wnion sat a benignant- uyaiug- man reaaing a Dook. Drane saw tnat it was a tolume of Shakespeare, ana ne lolt a dim hope that this man at least would -prove to be kind and trusting. He did not know the New xorjc poueemea.theugh be was scraping acquaintance with the species faster tfian be really cared to. The man at ( tue aesic oonunuoo: to read until be had come to, a convenient stopping place , when hetook.upipm, looked at Drane nil ..but.' " ' i .''What's your nune?,. .. . It flashed over poof Lawrenoe that all tne reporters-in town would writs op his adventures, that the aooounU would toicurapnea to Western newspapers. ana that a f iril measure of disgraceful notoriety would be heaned nrwtii Kim 80, "Tom Jotles,' be repUod at hazard.. "? oenignant plan's face wrinkled into ij .inoreumous. sneer, but be put the "'""' uvwa wiinoui a word. Then. ji uo uo you iiver- ne domandoo. :.'Kansas City," faltered Lawrenoe, ikwnj at loss to carry on his notion. ana when he was questioned as to hie cosiness no hung his hesd la despair. Els garments would belie bis claim to oe a gentleman; for the same reason he UT1 And Anwfl tha Sk ann sin m ..a.ha.s, . J useful to make Monds wherevor you oan then returned to the court-room. He Sick 'em un. No llln h.t . l .. . . U14U1 ui an ouiccr near tno aoor about the eldorly lady wbo had carried oil his park acquaintance. "I will at loast lot the young widow know that I am no convict," bethought, and be did not disguise from himself a hope that she would bolp him somehow in his straits. The offloor told him that the lady came to oourt evory day, exorcising hor charitable disposition ln assisting inno cent prlsonors who were unable to se cure legal advice. "But she won't do any thing for you," added the offloor; ' she draws the line at men." Nevertheless Lawrence obtained bor name and address, and setoff to call pick 'em up. No tellln' what a man might do for you, see?" Lawrenoe turned awav. feellnr in hla disgusts forlorn oonvlction that the fel low was probably right At the othor side of the court where several women prisoners were grouped he saw tha young lady whose misfortune had bad so much to do with bringing him there. Be started at once to go over and steak to hor, and of oourso a policeman prevented him. lie saw tbat she was speaking eagerly with an elderly lady who stood on the other side of the rail. She at least has found a friend." thought Drano, and so It Droved, for in a few minutes she was callod bofore tha Judgo, and the eldorly lady stood up raw. JAM,m. Acute and chronic rheumatism can be Saawtf ""iPanently cured by the use of Hfbbard's Rheumatic Rvr,, .J rissters. For sale by E. W. Adaml. "f: t,;etm?n' of rheumatism and all rheumatic troub a Hihh... n." "u u Syrup .t.nd.nrs.ndfm0,VS. others. Read their medical pampbKd inY" bf "eliclnal valuS of the wm niBOARri Tin IWiensare prescribed by the leading physicians ef Michigan. Iu hli b,1? and are remedies of unequalled merlis for' rhuumatism. b ond .1 ..lor tw ii I- .mm. 111.. v lf.u',-i.L .."A"". "r.,"'uLu8 n.ifci,im.-;-. "ir..r. ',"c'"' "uu er - . ..u,.., " uuiubu w ui wuitu 11 accompusnea by Dr. I i V . . ' . 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Thero was a brlof conversation which Lawrence oould not hear, and then both women stennnd down and passed through tho gate into the audlenco room. Thoy were on the way out of the oourt, but the young lady paused amomentand looked lnauirinirlv back. Lawrenoe caught her eye and bowed. She returnod his salutation and numodly whispered to her eomnanlrm. The latter raised a pair of glasses, beau tifully framed and handled ln ebonv. ta her eyes and scrutinised Drane keonlv Then she shook her head deoidedlyand passed oui Oh, yes, go on," thought Lawrenoo. "he's a bad oase, of oonrae. Look at hla clothes snd bis villainous taoel" The young lady's faoe was rrava aHta disappointment, but lust as the door was oroslng on her she threw back at him a smile whloh made the unhappy prison er's heart bound. She's trying to tell me to ha hnn. fuL" he thought, "and so I will, h. Jovel" : For a full minute after that ha felt convinced that somehow all would wa well with him; but this UDUftina- of kla sol was transient lie soon relapsed Into a dull, faint indifference, paying no attention whatever to the trial of eases constantly going on before him. He'did not hear the orlor pall out twlse: "Thomas Jones," and be did not half comprehend what was up when an Cffl, COUld not exnlaln that ha A with enlisting Boston capital la the in- I r m1i01 blln bl tho houldor roughly, terestof a new railroad, a oommissloa "J!1"'5 uau unacrtaaon more for the I M " "j ra i yoa sake of diversion than for any need of money-making, and In a fair freniy of inlsery4ie blurted out! , , , "I hsven't any business!" "iTmpbl walking gent, Iuppose,"sald the man at the big flask. "What ware you doing with this man and womanr ' The young Udy at enee began fro test aad eirlanaiion vblch was checked stand up when you're called?" in the little dolay that thus ensuod anothor oase was crowdod bofore tha Judge. Lawrenoe, standing at the bar. tried to listen. lie csusbt soma words about "common vagabond." and "atala b Rang," but he oould not understand it 1L J'rcaontlv, howoviw. tbo Drisoaer est trial turned U,hiataml.Uwrenoe J- I H . I. .:, .4 . 'I t upon Mrs. Bowers far up on Madison avenue. lie amused himself on the way by trying to estimate how long his vital forces would endure miles of walking every day without any renewal of the tissues, and by speculating as to what stage of starvation would be the most painful Now and again he bocamedlxsy and almost lost consciousness, whloh led him , to think that perhaps he had com passed the worst port of starvation al ready. Mrs. Bowers was at borne and she re-' coived Drane in a tiny room which she evldontly used as aa offloe for hor char itable work. ' "Madame," bogan Drano, "I am ln circumstances so unusual for me, I am so faint from lack of food that I find it ' diffloult to tay what I wish to. I was in oourt this morning when you sooured the roloase of a young lady" , "Oh, yes," interrupted Mrs. Bowers. "Ton are the man who went to hor aid ln the park. Il'm. Tbat was a very worthy thing to do," and she eyed him oritloally through bor glasses. . Law aonee folt so oppressed by this fresh hu miliation tbat bo hung bis bead. Mrs. Bowers oontlnuod: "I should notbave expected it of you. I have mado a long study of human nature, my man, and I warn you that you can not impose on mo. 84 tboy discharged you. Il'm. If you're willing to work I will send you a card to a wood yard" "Madam," criod Lawronce, "I never have bad to work ln my life! I don't ask for work; I did not oome hore to ask any assistance of you. - f want to see the young lady and toll hor my story." in; ' , . ;; "Quite Impossible," Interrupted Mrs. Bowers, placidly. "She Is young and lnerporienood, and I oortalnly shall guard, her against any vulgar Impost. Hon. Tod make a Mistake in refusing Work, lean road you closely enouirh .!! 'I V,t, 'I' . (.,, . ! ... ; , children stay at home until they are three years old, when they go abroad seeking companions of their own and set op housekeeping for thomsolves. If by any reason a gonoral break-up of the "lodge" takes place, the young beavers go down stream and the old ones up, as it is easier to build a dam up. stream, where the water is shallower, and gen erally bark from small trees is more easily obtained. The lodges, if not broken up by man. remain ln use for a long sorios of years, snd are admirably adapted to conven ience and safoty. Each lodge on the bank of a stream bas three openings, and sometimes more. The first en trance slopes up gradually from the bot tom of the stream to the chamber where the beavers live. By this entrance they bring in their food, which consists of short sticks of wood covered with bark, out short enough to bo turned or han dled any way inside of the living room. Anotnor entrance, or way of egress ratbor, goes straight down from the chamber to a lovol with the bottom of the river, whon it turns squarely and oomes out ln the bottom of the stream. Down this bole thoy drop the sticks when they havo eaten off the bark, and then drag tbo white naked plocos of wood out to the bottom to float away. Tho third entranoe is from beneath also, and is sinuous, turning in many ways, and servos a good purnoso whon bo- sioged by an enemy. All thoso entranoe ways are archod over with stioks and plastered with mud and grass, The bot toms of those entranoe ways are also laid with short sticks like corduroy. The lodge or obamber itself is a house from six to eight foot square, laid up against the wall with sticks like a log cabin. When a stick ln the wall of this cabin rota, it is carefully removed, and anothor put In iu place. Scientlflo American..'; . i ..i.-. lions as to its enratin by IS. W. Adama. yirtnes. For sale f libbard's Rheumatic Syrup cures rhen miti-m bv striklnir at ih?!."- . w wa sjuc May Thank Her Stars. The narrow escape of Mrs B M Searlts of Elkhart, Ind., from a premature death is wonderful. She states that "for twenty years my heart troubled me fcreatly. I became worse. Had smothering spells, short breath, flutter ing; could not sleep on ray left side, had much pain In breast, shoulder and scomacn. Ankles swelled. Had much headache and dizziness. Treatment did me no good until I tried Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure aud Restorative Nervine. Tae first bottle helped me, and I was soon virtually cured For sale at E W Adams' drug store. A fine book on the Ueartand Acrves free. 4 The First Stann. rerhnr you are run down, can't eat can't sleep, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and wonder what alls you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the nrst steps to Nervous i'rostratlon, you need a Herve Tonlo and in Electric Bitters you win nnci the exact remedy for re-1 swi Ing your nervous system to Its nor-1 mal, healthy condition. Surprising I iouii iuiiuw me use 01 tmt gpeat nerve tonic and alterative. Your sdds- uie returns, goou aigesuon is restored, auu me uver ana xianeys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 60 cents at E. W. Adams' drug store. Backlesr'iAnlcaSalra. Jl " 'f ktte wld for own, tniuet, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, ft!f If,11 positive: ly eures piles, or no pay required. It is J waaiwi. iTIK9 ZQ NDU DsU KJkL HaU K Wv a. 1 1 77 mmw WW Wot Woostar A Adsms. Wvl IfliWRODS. V CURE ASTHMA tM, Ear Fercr, MMs,' Wloopln M Ctoiid ml Comoi Ceiiii - ftoenmmmtled try PhycUni and tvM by Dre pasMsi HwvHitavui mm winni smuts tur m rosj Beunp BIMBO D MANUF'G soli pBOPBirroaa. ' 191 FULTON ST., NEW YORK! .pi CO- The OrMo-Xred Monatev. A colored woman of notoriously bad character was arrested in a Southern town and taken to the lock-up. As the white policeman wasoonducting her through the street, 'they passed a col ored man: who was leaning against a post, who said to the prisoner. 1 ' "Nebber you mind, iiandy, I'll tell Sam Johnslng, wbo bas , been payln' yor attenshiins, dat I soe yer walkln' erlong dor street,' ' arm-in-arm' wld a white man." Texas 8lf tings." ' ' III I I t X 11. .A Dlfferaat Ooanplexloa. Husband (impatiently) What is the reason my wife don't, oome down? I thought she was almost ready to go the ball bait a hour ago. Maid She will bo ready in a minute, sir, Bhe bas been changing her color. -Texas Sittings.-;,- -,,, v. , . ''''. :',''V a Way .They Bad. ; J , "IIow did the oolonUU manage to ex ist the first winter eftw. their ,arrival77 asked, ih : tnaoher of , tho alass. In Asaes- ioan history. ujj.iuJ 4 .loitH'u jii u.iA 1 f The Indians took hair Of them," I n plied Freddy FangleTiWe Jury. J lv.'.... 11 .1 j '. ' iv,' Ii ,;; :" .: ', .. , : : . Jack the Ripper. The excitement caused by this Inhu man monster is scarcely equaled by that reduced by the great discovery of Dr. lies the Restorative Nervine. It speedily cures nervous prostration, change of life, pain, dullness and con fusion In head, fits, sleeplessness, the blues, neuralgia, palpitation, monthly pains, etc. Mr John 8 Wolf, druggist, of Hillsdale, Mich.; Talbottand Mom, ot Oreensburg, Ind., and A YV Blaok- Durn, of Wooster, O., say that "The Nervine sells better than anything we ever sold, and gives universal satisfac tion." Dr Miles' new lllustarted treat ise on the Nerves and Heart and trial bottle free at E YV Adams' drug store. 4 The New Discovery; : t, You have beard your neighbors and friends talking about lt Yo msy your- eui d one 01 uie many woo know from personal experience Just' how good a thing It Is.. If vou have ever tried II you are one of iu staunch friends,', vauee un wonceriux tiling about it Is, that when onoe given a trial, Dr. King's New Dlsoovery ever alter holdt a place In the house. , J f, yon hav never used it ana snoufU , De slJlloloflwUtl a couxh, cold or any throat, lung or chest trour urn, wyura a upi at osce apa g 1 ve it a fair trial, It (a guaranteed every time, or money irofundttd. ,. Trial bottles free at ti Auams'.tfrui store.1 ,it S .hii .J.'l ni it ma. ui Mi ill utt'l 'it ! i 1: ml. 1 .' .-lit . J H .(ii'.,; . -i t. ' "(.( 11. "HACKMETACK" a l.-tlna- and agrant perfume. PrlceX5 and 60 . , .. arbblisalve a Tin 0r$at Shin. Btmtdjf ' Believes aa Car Itchings and Irrlutlons of the Bkin svnd8oalp, " i . J. FILES, " ' '- Hlthw Itoblntr or Blsadlofl1, : .' . CLCiaATIOKS, Octs, Wouroa, BBUisra.r0 SOUS, BlTM Of iKSaOTSfATlBRH, IsrUtMSO Bona Brn.CuiLBLAiss, Chaps and CnAna. " it tnttanllv ralUtws V paM of Harm m fieoldi, and eurst fh wont eat without ea Small boxes Mo. Large boxes We. :i.t Cole's Carbollsoan preventsplmples, blaokheada. ehappnd aad oily ekln, and pre sorves. fiesbenaaiHt brautlOeetbooomplrx Ion. It la unecaled lor use la hard water, and its absolute purttr and dniionte peiw i mkea It s pealUve luxury tut tke Uub aud numry. . Oeatloni- The labels on the tenuln are T 1. W. Cole U., Illaok Elver Wu. Wis. m (VwS'ARKCtt'aoiaKlSB TOMIO wnbo.it dru. I rn ni-.tiiiialoiiiii pound thntmum rJlwifui lvnradthwiMiiSriifU'H(li.WMkLunirl. A.JimT fHllaivUiiii, lawud SihauMloii. Iii'Hu-IiH f.i! Ihv miaumn, rtrl WVih sod all Dlu anj liU ei u j ot Uw atuiuMh au4 Suwaia . Sue. as taugatalfc IIINOERCORN3. J- "' l or fnrOnrM, BunUn.v 1-.11 Inlm. KimarmoimtutXloumtmL Jlnv a leurai keMMimnrvT IU aux aOcrii 3. " ..';:;4i. f nliUtbb ii-j;imi, "W'jil Oiff 01 Jjj ("'"! Ii .! it:-i ; !r Vj '', '..: Ii'