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DR. JOHN- HILL'S
Smttli's Tonic Syrup FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER. Tha proprietor of this calibrated medietas jaatlr claims for it a superiority over all rata diet ever offered to the public (or thi SATZ, CKXTAIK, SPEED If sad FERaf AaTEJfT cor f Armani Fiver.or Chilli and Tetir, wheth er of shirt cr long standing. Ee referi to th entire Wnttrn end Southern country to bear kirn teitimooj to the truth of the aimtion that In no casi whatever will it fail to cure if tbiiiireiUoni an itrlctlj followed and carried out. In a great many cases a stogie dose has been eufflcieat for a cure, and whole familiei have been cured by a ilogle bottle, with aper feet reitoration cf the (rinenl health. It if, however, prudent, and in ever caie more cer tain to cure, if ite tue ii continued ia mailer dosee for a week or two after the diieaie hai been checked, more especially in difficult aci long-standing caiei. Uioally thii medicine will not require any aid tokeep the boweli in good order. Should the patient, however re quire acathartic medicine, after baring taken three or four doiee of the Tonic, a lingle dote of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS will be eufScIent. The genuine SMITH'S TON 1C STEUP mult hue DR. JOHN BULL'S private etamp on each bottle. DE-JOHKBULLoalyhaaUeriehtto manufacture and itli the original JOHN I. SMITH'S TONIC STROP, of LouiiTiUe. Ey. Examine well the label on each bottle. If my private .tamp ii not on each bottle do not purchaie, or you will be deceived. 33X1. JOHN BTJIiIl, Manufacturer and Vender of SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER, Tha Popular Remedies of the Day. Prllflpl Ofltr,31Sila M.. I.OI ISTILt.f!, KT. The Emperors at Danlzlc. Wftfflt Tot tbr Cot of Otirh, CtiJd. Hoarwn. Ahma. aerhiu. :nDik ir.euenza. morri'-iQ.'rip- rtte vaxr crwa a duiuc aft CtCt T t It IIUaibilCKC W LLLUrlHILU alwt wP &&& rffifls Ttmu;h Mia ken In Kerry Joint AD4fihtrlUi fetrr and ajaa, or b3lou rrmlttsnt, ibe tjttera may yet be frwd from the maMzaant t lrm with Koawur Stoiuwt. BUiert Protect tha system nj.'At 1; wiihibi-iN'nsarrnt.vaU-flpumaillc. which lfurthenoT ftdimne rrraedjr far liter complaint, coafUpeMloo. djprpaia. deUllty, rbcumatlaai. UoJcj troubie and oihrr alncau. J'or tale by a4 DrucUu tad Delicti generally. vc A dispatch to tlie New York Herald from LUntzic says: When it became known that the 'Czar would land, all the towns turned out. despite the wretchedly wet weather. Hells pealed from all "the churches, the batteries lircil minute Runs, regimental bands played the "Russian National Hymn." At live o clock the cortege made its war slowlv from the harbortothe Gov ernment House amid lond hurrahs and the utmost excitement. A large force of mounted jiolice led the way. In two gala carriages drawn by four horses, brought expressly from Berlin, sat the two Emperors and the Crown Prince, with the two brothers of the Czar. Princes Vladimir and Alexis Aloxandro witch. The Czar wore the uniform of the Prussian regiment of Uhlans and Ihc ribbon of the Itlack Eagle. Though rather pale, ho looked pleased, and garcd with seeming wonder at the crowd enthusiastically hurrahing his carriage. Tho Emperor of Germany, tho Crown Princo and their guest drove straight to the house of the Hussian Consul General. The Czar went in side. A guard of Grenadiers was left at thedoor, the band playing the Rus sian National Hymn. "Tho Emperor William ami Crown Prince returned im mediately to the Government House. After resting and taking a warm bath, the Czar drovo through the town in a close carriage, and saw as much of it as the downpouring rain would allow. Then he and his brothers went to dine with the Emperor William, who had in vited all the suite and the principal au thorities ot tho town, with their wives. Prince liigmarck donned the magnifi cent uniform of the liluc Cuirassier', and his tall frame towering above the heads of allprcsent made him very con spicuous. The Czar conversed for ten minutes with Prince llismurck before dinner. The table was horseshoe shaped. The ancient dining-lnll was surrounded with massivo silver plate, reflecting the brilliant light of torch es and lamps with the flicker ing flames of burning spirits. There was a profuse quantity ol llowers and flags. The array of powdered footmen iu the Czar's livery, btauding motionless while the two Em perors conversed, and the company, which stood at a little distance, in rich uniforms, all ab!a?.e with gold and jew els, helped to make a very impressive tableau. Meanwhile, the band of the Fourth Hegiment of Grenadiers played a hymn of welcome. The master of the ceremonies stepped forward and in vited the noble guets to take their scats, and the two monarchs, side by side, stepped down to the middle of the horseshoe table- According to the Ger man eutom. the Russian Czar, before sitting down, shook hands with Em peror William and Prince llismarck. wishing them a pleasant mcaL The Crown Prince sat on the right of the ! Czar, while Emperor William sat on his lclt, liy the sme ot tlie urovrn i. rtnee sat Prince Alexis; beside Emperor Will iam sat Princo Vladimir; Princo Bis marck sat next to Prince Alexis. By the special request of Emperor William the band was Mlcnt during dinner, as it interfered with conversation. When the roast dishes were on the table Em peror William rose, and, holding a glass of champagne in Ids hand, said: "I drink to the health of his Imperial Majesty, my brother, the Czar of Rus sia. May he live long and happily." Tho toast was received with load cheer ing. The Czar returned tho compli ment. These were tho only toasts ex changed. Meanwhile the xpulation had been making a desperate effort to illuminate the town. The rain ceased about ten o'clock, and. rather tardily, tho people began to light the gas with colored gas lamps and'greasc poles. At eight o'clock the dinner was over in tho Artushof, and the two monarchs. ac companied by their suites, drove lUrough the town to the railway station. Emperor illiaiu conducted the Czar into tho salooa carriage and went with the train as far as the port. The only other occupant of the saloon carriase was Princo Bismarck, tho other Princes boing in a second saloon carriage. The Czar went on board his vacht. and the 1 Emperor returned immediatelv to Ber lin wituout coming again into the town. or Olxlllea and To-xrr AMD ALL OtSCACIS I kj Malarial rIMali T Ike Bl4. A WABBANTED CUBE. ,PrIce. 8 1 .00. rcr mm tr au Dranuea. fTei YeUllfB MTU Wli wm. tarn Strata Ri fle MWIct&rtilae .4T0BTMarv1t& Xmro Scrum w F. Kerrr, EBCUKrr.Brhlirpon, c.ba. Two robbers tackled Judge Twiggs, of Georgia, tho other day, and found out what sort of a man be was. He knocked both down inside of ten sec onds, and one of them carried away a broken jaw. Happy flours. , An accurate observer says : Mankind are always happier for having lieen hap py; so that, if you make them happy now, you make them happy twenty years hence by the memory of it, A childhood passed with a mixture of ra tional indulgence, under fond and wise parents, diffuses over the whole of life a feeling of calm pleasure; and, in ex treme old age, is the very last remem brance which time can erase from the mind of man. No enjoyment, however inconsiderable, is confined to the pres ent moment. A man is the happier for life for having made once an agreeable tour, or lived for any length of time with pleasant people, or enjoyed any considerable interval of innocent pleas ure, which contributes to render old men so inattentive to the scenes lefore them, and carries them back to a world that is past, and to scenes never to be renewed again. . . Earnestness is the path to immor tality; thoughtlessness thepath to death. Those who are in earnest do not die; those who are thoughtless are as if dead already. . m m FROM the Wilmington (Del.) HrptMtcan: Mr. J. if. Scott, corner Third and Madison streets, baa a remarkably fine hone cured ot the scratchea by fct Jacobs Oil. Ciiildkex are caricatures ot their elders. Which Is tbe reason that their elders have so little patience with them. Ax Indianapolis exchange mentions that St. Jacobs Oil cured Mr. J. IL Mattern, a letter-carrier of that city, of a severe sprain, contracted in the war. Dttroii (JfkA.) II a Urn Home Journal. "Signs of an early fall," Four, re marked as he saw the banana skins on tha eidewallc WartalrM AMaK Not so fast my f nend ; if you could see the strong, healthy, blooming men, women and children that have been raised from beds of sickness, suffering and almost death, by the use of Hop Hitters, you would say "Glori ous and invaluable remedy." See other column. l'h laddphia Vrr. m A IHrrnoiTFR dreamed that he bad died and was banished to Satan's sultry kingdom, and says that be found many earthly cus toms in togue there. About every man he met aked: '.'Is it not hot enough for you?" Jktrott I'm Trnt. PsTVrtr a4 DUtres. That poerty which produces the grcitet distress is not of tbe purse but of tbe blood. Deprived of iu richness it becomes scant aniluaterv. a condition termed anemia In medical writings, (if t en tbis condition, and scrofulous swellings and sores, general and nenous debility, Io of flesh and appetite, weak lungs, throat disease, spitting of blood and consumption, are among tbe common results. If you are a sufferer from thin, poor blood employ Dr. 1'ierce'a "Golden Medical Dioery," which enriches the blood and cures these grave affections. Is more nutritive than cod liver oil. and is harmless in any condition of tbe system, yet pou erf ul to cure, liy druggists. When Fogg beard that Ilev. Mr. Proof text was made a doctor of divinity, he said divinity must be pretty badly off for doc tors. PR. PlEitCE's "Pleaant Purgative Pel lets" are sugar-coated and inclosed In glass bottles, their virtues being thereby pre served unimpaired for any length of time, in any climate, so that they arc always fresh and reliable. No cheap wooden or paste board boxes. By druggists. New Mexico will send a delegate to the next session of Congress, named Tranquilita Luna, which probably means lraniuil lu natic Aside from his tranquility, he will not differ very materially from bis fellow-members.-Mrof Free Jre$s. As a tonic and nervine for debilitated women nothing surpasses Dr. Pierce's " Favorite Prescription." By druggist. It is estimited that a $ft) horse will eat about 475 north of bay between this and next May. Dlmonlco's Advlr to Young 31ma AbooA to Open a Restaurant. A young man who had been assistant cook In a Chicago Hotel, hating saved a little money, concluded he would go to Xew York and try his fortune. He reasoned with him self that Delmonico would not livealwavi, and fancied that he might one day become tbe future Delmonico of New York. On reaching tbe city he sent his letter of intro duction to the famous restaurant keeper and solicited advice. Delmonico listened attentively to the young man's inquiries, and finally told him: "Get, first, a good location, then get the best cook you can hire, see that your waiters are attentive and polite, and buy only the best in the market. And still all of this you can do and not give satisfac tion. Be your own superintendent: get the beat quality of the sew Ciiaktkb Oak Cook ing IUNOK,'and if you dont succeed in your undertaking, you will have the satisfaction ot doing your best to merit it." (2-23) atiirie4 fYvsa Death, William J. Conghlan. of Somerville, Hail lays: "In the fill ot 1)78 I was taken with a ntoUnlUct&ngof Oulmqt, followed bya aevera cough. I was admitted to the City Hospital. While there the doctors said I had a hole in my leitlnngaa biz aa a half dollar. Ieavenpbope. bat a friend tnld me ot Da. Wit. Hall's BIl sau roK rna Lusos. I got a bottle, when to my sarprlse I commenced to feel better, and to day 1 leel in better spirits than I bare tbe past three years. I write this hopingtbat every ont afflicted with Diseased Lungs w lit take Da. Wat. Ball's Balsam tor tux Luxes, and be con vinced that Coxscxrriox can be ccbed." Also asure remedy for Colds, Coogbs, and all Cbest and Lung Diseases. Hold by druggists. Purify the blood by cleansing tbe inter ot foul humors, and by giving strength to the liver, kidneys and bowels, to perform their regular functions. Kidney-W ort will do It. This remedy Is now prepared in liquid a well as in dry form. JnUr-Ocean. Dm't Die In Ik Banso. Aik Druggists for " Rough on Kats." It clear ont rats, mice, roaches, 11 es, bed-bugs, 15c. Asc your druggist for Bedding's Russia Salve. Keep it in house in case of accident. Tns Frazer Axle Grease Is the best In tha world. Sold ererrwhere. Use It. The best in the world National Yeast. A GRAND STEEPLE CHASE. As if there were not sufficient excitement at the usuil horse-race, these meetings on the turf nearly alwavs close with a grand steeple chase. This kind of race combines all the excitement of the regular race, with the super-added clement of danger which seems to give further zest to tlie sport. Holies, nnd good ones at that, often receive severe injuries, which render them practi cally useless for long periods. Af least this was the state of affairs until owners and breeders of fine stock began to freely ue St. .Iacods On, the Great German Hemeily for man and beast This invalu able article to horsemen has so grown into favor on account of its phenomenal efficacy in diseases of domestic animals, especially the horse, that it would lie difficult indeed to discover a horsemen unacquainted with its magical potency. The Philadelphia !iy I four, in a recent issue says: "But one of the most important developemcnts concerning St. Jacobs Oil is the discovery that it has properties which are beneficial to the animal as well as to tlie human species. It has, of late, been in active de mand among livery men and others foruso on liorsc3 suffering from sprains or abra sions. The most prominent instance known of in this connection, is that related by Mr. David Walton, a well-known Friend, who keeps a livery stable at 1245 North Twelfth street Mr. 'Walton states that he was lioanling a valuable horse belonging to Ilenjamin McCIurg, also a resident of North Twelfth street. A few weeks ago the animal slipped and badly sprained his leg, making him very lame. Mr. Walton umiI two buttles of St. Jacobs Oil on the animal and found within less than one week, that there wa3 no need for any more, for thu animal was as well as ev er. V.YItf.', wf , (M nfl Ut Arac, cA,prit anA SMI rrttabJ fundi iMtkt Wort i. ondtkirmMUnhnftl, ,7.mt nr mh.1 r-ry 'V,,,.t.'S.,,:,,J "! isrvAi.iiv) jiicr KlIM.irgt'OoDrectirMtliailuli.rKiiielilolphrti ciins of ill schooMh world orer. lDcsniof33ctiu. UceDU, SI ?Snl $1 JV Iwtnncthl uznztrraof WOOI.RIt 11 .t CO. 01 everr label. NEW FilCS BLOOD PARSeiS' PURGATIVE PILLS L. BlrxMl. and will compltrlr chJU6 tb Wixitn the en U vatcm In thrf month. Any prnton bo will ulcn 1 pill each night from 1 to IS Vj my be n-ttom! to oond bealiik If ucb thin b puHible. Sold er t rywtKrc, or ent by mall for 0 letter lunp. J. 3. JouwiACa. Dotton. Vast,, torminj Bangor, ye. $23 ft- i HDITH-lfiFIITS WlNTFrj-BO (mC ifr U8 1 fcltyTn the world, 1 tainjlf ft-m, m& f3 AddrtM Jmf BraaiH. betroU. Mich. tMOTt Com rnotw with Dr. Ckaat'i JTwOT AVCHImectMBBlu Newly nrtlJrdanden-laiTLBrnaatrAil.TwCLaacPub'tCo-.Toletlo.O. Liberal Treta. 31 Uukri or lime tad Aportle. fetadaump for prices to Dr.Dodce. Lrgtwa, Km.