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His New Watch.
Tt wis a very rioI hoi-si', hut :i br-ttor horse for :i tlcml pull than for speed. The buiriry was old-fashioned, wilh a crevasse in th dashboard and a poke miinp: from one hind wheel. As the auctioneer raised his hammer and told j the crowd that he had known that horse j all his days and had made the circuit of the world in that buirjrv, the owner of! the outfit leaned airaint the vehicle ami I wondered how anv one could tell.-uch a I hold lit' and still preserve such a placid expression of countenance. He was a youuirman. lie hail seen harvest apples and watermelons come and iro about, twenty-four times. His whikers were soft and fuzzy and oranie-eolored , his pantaloons were thrust into h boots, and it was a? plain a a white dor at midnight that he had come from the agricultural country to ell the ri; and fatten his wallet, lie verified the statements of the auctioneer that the hore was sound, kind. rent!c, docile, amiable, amblinir ; and tender-hearted, and that, the Inic i ;y would continue to roll on until time .should iret tired of trying to reduce it to a state of general useles-mes.-;. ' 4 Fort v live liftv five sixtv sev- i enly five, piinir last call quick J can't dwell ir-o-n-e!" cried the auc-I timicer . "(lo.-h to snakes!" exclaimed the guileless younir man. as he settled up, po'-ketctl the remainder and left the corner. Ilefeltond. Xonc of us feel iooil when our pockets are ensntv. ! said to myself that he would buy hair-oil, a j co.oanut, a uomr or pernunery, ;u j.n k-knifc, a dollar chroino, a two-dollar diamond, a pair of pantaloons with a stripe down the lejr: but 1 was tle ceived. I thouirlit I could read hima- a bootblack sjeils out the h'vi, words on a i Fourth of .July pn-ter. but he couldn't! be read. He made a bee-line for a jew eler's . The iniilelcss voting man lias never owned a watch in his life, bur he enter ed the store like a man who had pulled a watch from his pocket a million times per day lor fifty ycar. lie went riIil by the case containing the ireeu sleeve buttons, on pa.t the case of ilverware, rijfht ui) to tin cast where a hundred watches reted in velvet cases or on vel- ' vet-lined trays. The jeweler handed out key-winders, stem-winders, slop watches, watches corpulent with ma chinery, watches thin anil iraunt, but tickinir regularly and merrily. The 3'inr man olilotuizcd. lie said to j himself, I '.'1 dunno. I dunno. It's denied j purty, but it- a whole boss and j hutriryP1 j Tin-jeweler flattered him a little and urired him Mime more, and ofl'ered him a written iruarantee that tin- watch was all rijrht : and the voting man solilo quized another soliloquy. lleaid: 'Think of me walking up to Susan wiih this "ere watch kicking minutes into hours! And won't the other fel lows skulk around the cider-mill when this ticker shins up to their old bull's eyes and varnished ca-es! There's a ho barn full of style and dijruify riht j li'iv; but tlicu it makes me. siirh to think of puttimr a horse and bujrjry into my vest-)oeket He laid the watch ilmvn, jicked it up, laid it down apiin. and started for the door. Halting midway , he said to him self: "I'll have it by jroMy, I'l! have that ticker if the old man necr looks me in tin- face airaiu!" lie handed over the money, the jew eler sa- him a cord for nothing and he hurried out of tiie store as if fearful that i le mhrht change his mind. ("oiii"! around by the l'o-t-oiHcc, a bootblack a-ked him if he would have a shine, j There was hi opportunity, lie pulied ut the watch with a maje-tic air, i'ltmir open lie case, and loftily re plied : ' 4 1 haven't time." "Say, you!"' cried the boy, "but that's a nice ticker! "See there! see there!" whispered the young man with orange-colored whisker? ; "when me and the old boss and buggy was rolling along hen; no body said nothing. .Now they just come for me in crowds." As he walked up the street to a point from whence he could view the City-hall clock his- heart gave a jump. He trem bled as he pulled out his watch to com pare, lime, but after a glance his face, cleared, he slapped his leg, and the boys heard him saying: "She's right to a tick, and T feel zif 1 could holler like a drover.'11 He wanted to go home, and yet he had planned to remain all night. He was undecided, when a small girl with a wart on her nose, bareheaded and "barefooted, approached and asked him the time of day. "Certainly, certainly, " he replied, as he pulled out his watch ; "it is just exactly ten minutes and a second and a half to VI o'clock!" She passed on, and he kicked one foot out behind, poked himself in the ribs, and whispered : "See there! That watch just brings folks around me like calves around a salt -barrel!" He decided to remain. He went to a hotel, and as hejnformcd the clerk that he wanted dinner, Jie pulled out the watch and compared time. He went to the wash-room and pulled out the watch to see how long it would take him to comb his hair. As he sat down in the oflice it seemed to him all once as if the time-piece had .-topped. He pulled it out, held it to his ear, and a smile trav eled dear around to his back collar-button as he heard it ticking away. "Oh , yes, this "ere watch stops, it does!"" he whi.-pered : "it haint worth an old white boss and a quill-wheel buggy, it haint !" Hi' looked at the watch as he sat at the table; he compared time after din ner: he pulled it out as he rode on the street-car. When night came, the young man from School District N'o. -1 had a gigantic contempt for all men who don't wear watches. When he went to his room he made up hi.- mind to .-it up all night and "watch" for thieves. Someone had trailed him to the hotel, without doubt, and would murder him to get that time-piece. Then he got sleepy, and hid the watch between the beds. After live minute he put it under the pillow. Then he got up and hid it under the bed. lie felt easy for ten minutes, and then hid it in one of his boots, and hid the boot under the bed . Dreams came to that young man as he finally slept . The old white horse came and stood over him with tears in his eyes, and then turned around and swallowed the watch. Thieves broke in and stole it. His sister's red-headed baby bit it square in two. It took legs and ran away from him. At midnight he awoke, saw the moon was up. and as he got into his clothes In? .-aid to himself: " It's only eight miles home, good going, and dum me "li don't walk right in on the hull fam'lv "fore daylight!"1 We ail differ, you know, in our make- j up, but then that was his lirst watch, and who could blame him? M. uul , in thf (!ri'iIti: . How They Rent Farms in Texas. ! -Air. AV. (I. Kingsbury, the Texas State immigration Agent in St . Loiii-, writes to the ' pvUirnn in that city, thata large number of planters in Tex as, in order to secure a good class of tenants, have agreed) to the following very liberal terms: They will furnish the land under a good fence: comforta ble houses; all necessary teams and feed for .same: all tools, and keep the same in repair: all seed and lire wood: a garden plot : and generally a sutlicient number of cows for milk and butter for the family all these they will furnish free, the tenant to do the work and di vide the crop half and half arteritis gathered. After the tenant is fairly set tled upon the land and making a rea sonable -how of work, the planter will make advances for the actual necessi ties of life, such as meat and bread for himself and family, but these are to be paid for from the sale of the crop . The planter will also meet the tenant at the depot with his teams and transport his family and effects to the farm free of cot . Mr. King-bury says he ha-the name- of -everal hundred farmers in Texa- who wi-h to procure tenants on the.-c very liberal terms which lie will furnish to all applicants, that the two parti"- may enter into direct correspond ence and arrange all details between th'-m-elves. Dark from the Blaze of Lightning. TIr. A. V. Iiumpass, living near Old Cotton Crow, in this county, was struck or burned by lightning one day last week, almost unto death. He was j plowing in an open field, when a cloud full of lightning suddenly encompa. c! him on every side. Kvery thing about him was as dark as midnight in a star less sky. Out of this weird darkne came a light above the brightness of the sun. it blazed for but a moment around him, the thunder pealed its deep , and startling tones, and then all was j still, save the voice of a beating rain and the faint echo of a retreatingsforiji . On awakening from his sleep of elec tricity, he found that his horse was gone, the plow shivered into atoms, and himself weak and powerler-s. His left shoulder was bruised and paralyzed, his left hip bleeding from a rent that had deprived him of at least a pound of flesh, and the sole of his left foot shorn of its flesh, and the foot itself a perfect wreck of matter. His cries brought as sistance from his house hard by, and, strange to say, lie is in a fair way to re cover from the wounds. Jackson (TcnnJ) Sun. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Fi:r.sn Mkat can be kept in swoet milk for some time, renewing it a soon as it begins to turn sour. Diamond Ckmknt, for glass or chi na, is nothing more than isinglass boil ed in water to the con-i.-tence of cream, with a small portion of rectified spirit added. It must be warmed when used. Vki.vkt Cake. 1 cup of .-ugar, 1 cup of flour, A cup butter, f eggs; dis solve a light teaspoonful of soda in a cup of .-wcet milk, tir a tea-'poonful of cream tartar in flour, flavor with lemon. To Ci.eax Stuaw Mattinc ani Oil Cloth. Wash the matting twice, dur ing the summer with salt and water, say about a pint of salt dissolved in about a pailful of warm, soft water, drying the matting quickly with a .-oft cloth. The salt will prevent it from turning vellow. After oil-cloth- are scrubbed and dried, they should lu rubbed all over with a cloth dipped in j milk. You've no idea how brightly the colors come out . Ci.aket Cn This makes a pleas ant drink for picnics and garden par ties, but unlc.-s tee claret is good it can not be well llavored. To 1 bottle of claret add l tablespoonfuls of crushed ugar, 2 or ." thin slices of lemon, 1 thin slice of cucumber, and rub a nut meg across a grater two or three time.-. Let it tand after stirring it up thor oughly for . hour, and then la.-te it. and if the lemon and cucumber fla or are decided take them out. Now add a quantity of ice in rather large pieces, and then pour in a pint bottle of soda water, taking care to turn it in with the neck of the bottle close to the claret for if poured in from the top of the bowl or pitcher a great part of the car bonic acid gas will be lost'. Serve at once. a 875 ,W SAIAJRT only. Arenti -wan ted. ITala ana tmnau. Aaaresa u. u. uuriauan, Aianon, uua. X A. WEKIi. Aifeni-viuiiud everywhere. Kor outiit?5c. Fkitch Ac Walkei:, bayton, O. E B ! I ST E WoTITSrHred livthewseof Koss'Ep . lll'itic Juwllt-T- Trial l'lii-kiw ti ; ftf" rtftvirf J KRfji. For circulars:, cviui-ricp of mic- cf.v, cu. :.imr.-.-5. KOSS BltOTHElK?. Kichmoiid. IuiI. fiOOMUCIl efc TTOCWTOjr, TO Aelaiua Kt. J CHICAGO, ILL U C"7Ht tit bt m l ftMet ir Ilia; Jil."ics far jLtrnu of ! luyhoaioIutftoworU. CJuirk itiei Jii.'.C'Lirttrrofiuit.(iu.-ialJ. Ensi brCiLUi.oUF. 'mil tirn!iir.i Tlnltit- nliif i1 v finil PmS spcclily cured. i:iinli;fc?,;lio piiiiiu-i-V ,v- '"i"' Mi'i'ip l"r psrriruIurM. Dr. iLVtft-.CV.raon, lbT Vva!ilii;;tuii-u,U:teo A OKXTK-UO ELEGANT OIL CIIHOMOS. ir.'.wit ."i i d. kzc '.txll. for SI ; 1 5i0 for 5. Liircsr, variety inth.jv.i rld. NATIONAL I'HKOMO Cw., l'liila.'.V.. Sl-il) ii-r uiontli is in:tU'; liy Airi-nts n'llin our slr!i:liil assortment of NEW Mans and I'icttircs. Cat ai.'.c free. K. r. HLllXiM N," 5 Iwrclav St.. New urk,aii'll?D Wot Fourth St., Linclriiuitl. Ohio. f b '"""'I'5 n trial for tlic ST. I.OIIIS MIIM,ANI .23 a 1'AItMKItor r0 Ots lor m M nut vi..p T. t... uiiii-. The o!wapt ami ncatc-t Ariculaind .Monthly in the Wi -i. i.ood ajreiit uantcil ci-n where, to whom I.Umt:i1 ('oiiiitiisiins will be "pai.i. ilre- i;. w. M.vmiKws & '., I'uMIbiiw, No. m North h str, ( t, Louis, Mo. Oiiii.t. Cn:r.: S.rr. ani PritE. Pr. WSI-liiift'- Tonic is fiirativr and protective. It will cure Chills and protect from further nt-tack-. Its n uitatii:n. i- c-tallir.hi'd. Its composition i- .-iinpk- and -ciciitilic. It con tains no poiroii. It act promptly and it-. r!iVct- ;irc ji-iin:in-nt. It i cheap, lieeati-e it avcs doctor-' ImIN. It is harnih--. peedy in action and delightful in it eil'cctf. Try it and prow nil that'- -aid. Wituci.oi k, Fin lav i'c Co.. Proprietor-. Xc.v Orleans. Foit rALK r.Y all DitfJNi.vrs. 8031 172 ( ? AtVer?M.'.'oi.I-v!'' I'o work and tnonej for a'., ii.i-u "r ni -ti. !.! : whole or sp-trc ttmr t-eul t,i!n; fur C i'-I 'ijus. Af fVASIC ;L1ICK N'.-r tf.lf,.rd. Mi.i VJfi.iyB?Mfia The work espeelally fr mit ferer'; from I'iN . Incipient Consumption. Catarrh, ( 'ouhs, Ac. .1. M. Stkven, -M. I)., Scc'y. St. Louis WASTE!)-- Yoiiiil' iiieTitiie:iriiTcl'S"ai)Jiiii.qr. SlIu ilH ! fiiaraiiteed. Tuition to lie paid out of-alarT A lTKi! situation iF.-i cun-d. Addrr- Vaeeii ( lty Iirali Ins-titnte. l!.llla. K.-ni'-a-. ('in. M-.. st. .oi(l. M" or Fort "-coll. Kan. rmi stamp. iTIIH SKST jjitlielVorlil. i j'-'i ii-r" I?o d t' ltl. Flour. tSAVKS 3.1LK.K(;K..tf. O.-.e; ..'"fl .; pa will hay a cow. NO MO 1 1 KjSOrit mtKAH. K V11R U1V PmiHt-M It. 'Viia Lacies are ail in love with it. HlW.t.S 15k-JJOTCAIvEW. C '"SptkI :.t once for Circular to PEG-. F. fiAW'Z ct ( () EE :7". Instii! vet. v&fk. Pleiisant mid Profit:t1Ic Ksip'.iiympnt,- "Bcaunfui:" " !iar:aimr:" "O:i.!iow lo-.eiv ' "What. r.--et!ii worth v'" etc. inv arc ,riaii.:itni., by those wli isit thel.-.rve.elepant New tin r: -; i.rodiirnl 7 t'H-1 iiropeaa it Am.Chromo J'ah't -. They are all per fect p-risof art. Nonean resist thetcinptatioii i buv tun seeing thefhromiH. !: rei;a.r ao t&lni.itosi'fl the pjeture: thi'7peak fortheai-lve-i. ("anarers-. A.-'ts and lai!."! ana i-ut! it of enip! ononi. will tuid tins'! ehe.r ..peai't'everoircred torii:t''".'nioi!ej. FuTI particular" and cot.tidenw.Uci.-' iilar.-iOiir lor stamp. Ad dress F.Olka-ox&I ",7US iVrsl-intor.-st,!!' ton.AIaH. M c-i rd Jlantif.ietii'-e v. Tableful o llaker! oi tie ilhcincst Di"-. 4Ti I IIsrTi"-t ash price paid lurnl'l i:ar;.. I'ai.er.l.ra- and Iron. Ui dolph .V N.::.! t.,M.Liiii.M ft I V HANDMCkif. K Si ma .ursor the i & m:n n i:LK. "lor"T-adi Mai.-: CUTLi;i:v CO.. on the H'afie. Warr: nr. all dealers in C utlcrv .if. 1 i-v the JILIt liKlt k" CO., 4! Ctiuml)f-r3 Street, ;,V 11 Jc'intlsor V. Kxc.lnsive PA'fEN'i' !lal id Kiiifa Vv'illTK i. Orlirinal Ai:i uvn- Apv.ithciM "MF.!i"Il)lTNr ! and .told lv- ItiL't UUT 1 o the fastest hook lull. Send lor circulars and n:r extra terms to Agents. .NATIONAL I'l llLISlIIN'i; Co., s-t. Louis idu. AGENTS WANTED IS.:;; If-jr- .-, jtp,T;i n:i t-rencai arf.m.i" iv wr 0 J J 8 a r.nd Fax. FltCK. li i!('reil n'V tor i t. ?e to sincle .nbl-cri!ier! furU ceat-. aywr, with jire imuM. lii Aicents Wantn! Xesr I'uvntB A i t iclc-fc. Audres W. II. GILL, Kirl:tvi!Ie. ilo. l!-ti lori '"'w ' ''taia tlietn j 1'.o.-'k . nr n:n .r V. U. tl W s.Ht!:i-,.li:..V.i.-h'ii-u.n.P.c A ;ki:at many people lnive asked ii of late, ' How do on kce your hor.-c looking so .-.leek and ylos-y ?" Ve tell them it's the a-iest thinic in the v..rld; ;ive luridiiii's mu!rt Ctnulithm VW'its two u three time.- a w eek. A ons'i i.nvA.v in the eastern part of the Stale, who was aliont having his lc :unpii tat d on aeeoimt of its lieinjr lu-nt at riiriit antrle.-- and still" at tin- knee, heard of Jifiu .o,v .lnoji IJiiiiirut. After tisini; it a short t'me hi- lx le(ame straiirht, and 13 now a serviei-alde a the oilier. jLindell Kotcl, St. Tjouis. Tlin Laririf. Kino-t . anil most eoniplnt" Hotel in the. rcst. "U'a-hinuSon Ave. and dih St. Fe.it. (Jrivolil. Clenu nt v Co.. l'rop'rs. Dr. TtiiCs Ioipioveil Ifnir Dye U in -t-neral n -i throiij--!ioii the" u h. in, in-, i , . It N npi : -i 0 nr all other hair de.. rjiKK zwr.vruN mkadow m is,vi:k.- ? tmtiii'o .icciiii.i: r; t:-:-t.-rr. I'etrap'dv con t.micl in !r. Stojmoa-e--- ' !;oi KV MoCNTAIN' J-A i N i S. ' a full ami --mjiie;-5 i.:-.tnry of the Alor-tiMii-. Fully i:iutrated w ith eiiBr.ivinp:. maps, etr. This is apreat 1 ml: l'ir .aj' :.i the l-n --eat Line. For full particulars appiv to - o nnliiisher-, 1). AI I'LilTON V CO., 3-iy ail 551 Hro'aUway, New York. A I ) VERT I S E HS Who de.-rie to reach eounti readers can do so in the lies and eh.-.-ijie-t manner !' usiti' "lie or moi e sections oi Tin: Oio.Ar N i.w s'rit it Ai'mi.lmcy l.lsis. Apply t.. K.K. TKATT, "U.Iack-on sjtreel, I liiea.-'i. To People IVlio Reason. It Is because Tarranl's Effervessent ScStzer Aperient IJprttiecs the hat or the hSnn hy crenriaj: rersplra tioa. r.s well rts tii ro. 'h its j.u'satlvc operitien. that produces such mrv '.;.s etieit in febrile diseases. SOLI) BY ALL DHCGGISTS. Smith Oman Co BOSTON, FASS, WAITED IMHEBHTBLY ! ft "Tvpod fcaver." "rnllary," " raior,1 " p:ir:tli"sc.-,M "riiiiiatis," " tVatliini:" :tml "lioul complaint" are the diseases of which Ihiil'alo people, die. Tlie ceiisiis-takersavs so. During a thitnder-storin in Maine the lijrhtnins: killed a horse worth am! never touclied an old cow which had jiut kicked a woman senseless. At a nieeliii": of doctors in Xev, Orleans the other r.ijiht it was unanimous ly a "rived that .New Orleans is the healtii iet city in the win Id. The stamp of civilization The postal xi stomp. j A,vVWi4 LEARN TELEGRAPHY, nirlijfood aitn.ttion Runranttert. SeLirt-j-anl naile prao Ucsut. Auurcst.vrua itamp.Siip't U.l'.C.. Oberlia.Oino WTLLHAVE OUR CO0D6. Bead QSeenta and we will send by mall, prepaid, oar Lamp Fillbk. will which you cn till any Ktroneru Lamp cilhout r t At Hametlme we mall yon all onr circulars and n trn t' acprrfs on twenty useful hoji'ehold . I article t :th incli anypereoncan mn!;e from SO L ' to V. -i mv W aiit Agent evr-rvw here. NA MtlVAIi JUJICKTh' ESU'OIIIUM, Vir.ik, Maii And other New F'iclar.il pe iple nn- resldinp in other State, West or Soa" . wiO find tlie Hkstoj; A i:o.i.y Gioi;k theln-f paper to tike, a.- it eio the N'. F. lieu? in full and ;s aisy a poi..l frui .'y "and torv paper. Si at .v in'i., jn i;u-e free. iir vhly jU cl-l:?, tiv the Cii.oiti: IT n. Co., llo?ton, Ma'if. These Staadunl Ii:s.iriiiciits Sold by Music Dealers Everyvhere. AGENTS WANTED IN EV2EY TQWil. OANC TK WAKIStSTKl). without the use of Jv ka'fe. Send stamp lor Hook pivln mt-tliod ot 'I'reatmeiit Kiel partial list of runa-kalde ("'-res, etc. Ttnt oriii remoied in tlirse lionrs. (Ieii. . I'.KNSKTr, M.D., T-tH Locust Street, St. Louis. I AS. KHOIIKK & CO.. Proprietors or CIIICAtJO j MT!H)I;KAIIIE.VC; t'OJIPASY, 1-altc-siiie UuililiiiL'. Cliienso. All kind? of Coin meicial ni.-mk?. hecks. Oralis. Notes, Letter and i;i:l-lie.ids Itoiids. i eitif.ca'e of Stock., etc.lltho criphed toonlerat Itcisonalile Hates and in the Latest and Hest St 'e. M.e;. and l'lat. ShoH-Card and l ircnlars t'-r Aprie ,'tnral M.chinr Works a s,i cial y. f)nr nipori.-r facilities enahle ue to avci nte ..ire C'Hitraett at slmit u.it.ceaiKbTeRn.ir.niteesatislariioti. V?fl! 51 3 Iff ST A splendid New Illustrated Hook Id l HiU 0.1 if lb of the an sold Tirr.oroiiouT tee t';ctTKr states ox the IXSTALWIEXT PL.AX ; Tt.r.t is, on .".System f Monthly ruymer.t:i. rurchnscrs s!ire:M ask for the Smith AiiKKie:i Or. gax. Cauilcitucs and fall nartieuiary oa annlicition. - pi5 s 5il " -I tj C gas m i S IS?? 9 tt 5" 3 a? 05 " r ct fee 3 rrt S C P ilv IN Tlih author's own :;( Tears' life and thn.liwj adventures anions S? t. Q t(ilr!QTr lmliau?. in tinnier math, hurilicir rrtrt WCi wild animals, etc. The bexl anil onl-j m-iv and complete book on the wild Far Wmt lkiU anytAtns 19 tlL AGICNTS WAS'l'KU. F. A. HuTiMitssox tz Co., St. Locik. Wo. N. V. BI'TiXTTAM'S iu WATER WHEEL Kiru in ine am'iti fFiiiot. lutoti, I. '.. aim nas in ov- il to he tie- Im-nS. Vj sics (,.. ' lrJeM low ! thai: any ether llrst- cia-s t.eei. t-ampiiiet !rei-. N. F. UUtNHAM. York, Fa. 8 a a frn;!3rEBEcg ..-i r of shoes wSli cost you ' f. V 5vri3 5.? tM. only " !''-' "' a ; j- -. -J, nro.K SUA Kit TIP r""fyi iiVl - !'-'i: witho.it, and it will :,!, 'TVr-f?! tl.e. cost of the sin - to ',' M.forzzmi ,is.. try .le-i'u.-'eil s..le. I -3s. u 37 lliarincafrurr'"'! twenty -.:p tv:T.-iil!fa3(l 'frdVPYn' ''"""' " -r !( ami innannj: ta-i aj'-a-' t'wJI ' I-' t-iaal'-'v (tirotf n il a uo'n!i-rfal A'"'52K2'lr!,ll'l'v'la;' 3f r rc fr Atl.m anil I'atarrt. For service and comfort wear t-.-in3 J ; t Cable Screw in- Slr3i j - in siKjSL 'riiii.ltii-i:TtUJtatlTn tliojatitDtcin tVsSt&-.rSX 1 !' s-i inr witli sionj'K-j'ickarts for vazu ri'T ii'fh-A ! I'-' il.'it'on. Call nni; m ir.f. cr .v'-lnn ' ' " ' T w n r a, . t - OJ-SoM by Ura,-glnts. l-'all-rne I'acLic, ty tanilll.SS. P.i'ts and Mioes, the 1,,-t and e-n st. AI-m try U'ire-Vtiilted s,,;, v. U"!'KIIV FA.ti n. V 1Vau II. Moiuy In tt. Vj .old by Agents Address M. X. Loiell.K'ie, Pa (JjOA prrlVcelc Pnlnry. i'alc or Female Clrni UOjUr free. Address Crystal Co.. Indianapolis, led. C - C I 'T 'snJ for Chroino Catalocns. VIU lXivJj. II. i'.ef-rowiiVMj.Nd. liobton. AlfciC OX FfNT VISITINO CAUJtS by-nail for2"!. Aa ti dress FE4 m; U.T n oji soy, 7j .lacksou-sL, Chicago. No l!i.:s or l)lr! enters (he Cistern. Cir- Cci a eular.s Free. .I.eKsoN .t Co.. M. Louis. m-f rf VKll IKY. Citv Motel. Newly fnr I f i iiM-ed. Fourth ami Christy Avenue. CJJLiO KJ u I. niis. I O'-olisl'KKirS KMI'II'.E lili-.LK, i .liii'J Tf )OK aKIi M A F IloUSK. ("liirjcn. Ill $25 TO $50 PER MYaS to ell "WELL-liORisc JIACIIIHURY. A Horkeboreo frnin Yi to 4S inchea diameter. VentX for pamphlet. PUMP & SKKIX CO.. Ilellerilie. III. tftfftf t A 51 0 N lit -Af-'ciits wanted pvrrv. - I'FiT' J,vi,,r'"- I'-'isiioss ii.ino'-al'!.: and lir'il 1 r its h-'!as- Fartieulai-s sent f'-ee. Addres? S JnfiVi' XJ J. 'OUTli .v CO.. St. Louis. Mo. SI! i yH4 ASTKRSA. rofiham's Asf lima Siiec'tlc. ltr'.ivt tnTE.'f MBTTI tt i .... i ..... . t t ,Ut.',. i-l '" Jem--.n-,:n Si.rriac, ami Lc- L. ;V:t' 'lac .ctluccd U80 cara '"'Cu' j? iAAr If. Hart. NVv.-toa. Is. U- 'JZf ? rf-' 1 - I'l u.l- isiif. $1 r,cr ,i V .J J7 -j f-". I v iiia'l. i-(.tl'Hi'I. 'n11' i'ACKAI.'E FF.EE. l.ritl !I'.3I A(o., ' l'niLAELl ;iia,1'i-. I f .f F I i I'or a Ftill Course of T'1-i;r:ipirniir. i!?lo wiien taken with Bnsiiie.ss Course. For Circulars and specimens ot Uiisiness I'eiimaiishi;i, AddrehS .Ionkp COMMKKC'IAI. C0I.LKOE, St.Louis. Mo DOUBLE YOUR TRADE Dnippists, (;roeei and Ueaii rPtire China it- J'tpim Ti-U". in sealed pack-ipc, crnc-tnp mil, boxes, or half cnest' 6Vo:rVirrc.v. Send forcircular. The Wells 'I'j-.aCoM'ahy, 01 Fulton-st., X. Y. I. O. llox Wj. PELES! PILES!?" DK. A. S. V.'OItT.MAX .t Co., cor.'.ttb .t fine Kts., St. Louis l'o-siTivr.LV cure Files without pain, the knife, caustics, or ligature do not charpe oneccnl until cured, and iromise to pav all expenses to and from St. Louis if tliey fail to "perform a rtitKECT CUltE. Heferences, .lames Lupe, Col. Jno. S. Caven der, .Marcus A. Wolif, Charles Osborn, and many oth ers;, sjend for Circular, and names ot citizens cured. s- 'J f p'v- " M0EGA3T'S WELL-ATIGEB." A i 'xts Wantkh every W ere. 'Si feci per hour bored by one man and l.'-r.-i-. without Hump the sl-iitinp. Ilores from 1 to I feet in width. Auper U I Vfl and raised bv hurst .in' ,i ui red bvl.and brake Ui-'i.ls- ii. r sale. Send fol !' i ars A.W. MoniiAN, '.'J-. I. v. ai-h-s! Indtatianolls ISllaFE, M ELASTIC I w xj? i jnnmh UMnKKhii tmr.ss! Vol ta s Ki.i.'Tiai l'.:i.iainl Il.lttls ale indoi-d by the most eminent phvicians in the world lor the cure of rlieu i:i ltum. neiiraljiui.loerci.iii. pi tint, dv4.epsl.i. kidnev dis. e.i-i-.-i- lif-s.t-iiiii-.iiervi iwdis oi -i- r.,lils.feiiiah'fi'inplailits nerviiiis and Keiier.il debility, and ether chronic disea.es of t he 'hest. head, liver, stoma cli l:idtn,p and blood I took with full p-irticul.irs Vi e '.v Vot ta I'.riT Co . Cm- iniKiti. Ohio. This ne w Trass I s -worn witlt perfect comfort, Itself to every motion ot the body retaining Kii ture under the hardest exercl?e or f e v c r b i stndn until pernumentlv cured. Sold cheay by tho usiiDnoaca, AKD HiYIGOHATF-S AlO) HARDENS TEE GUMS ? It imparts a delightfully refreshing taste and feeling to the mouth, remov ing all TAllTAE and SCURF from the teeth, completely arresting the pro gress of decay, and whitening such parts as have hecome black by decay. IMPURE BREATH caused by Bad Teeth, Tobacco, Spirits, or Catarrh, is neutralized by the daily use of It is as harmless as water. 8old by Dragglgts and Dealerg In Farcy Good. Ona bottle will List ix montfca A.KKS. Ii. Ko. 0S3 Tirotiflivny, X. Y. City, end sect by m.;il. Call or send for circular and secured SSff S& BREZr53 AGENTS for Til yjmg jK M-f laPi best-sellinK Prize l ac WjP JUEin H EB ape in the world. It cot -Be trsQJ D KraSa' tains 35 Sheets Papt. 13 Envelopes. Golden Pen, Pen-Holder, l'ennil.I'atco-Yard-JIeasure and a Piece of Jewelry. Sinple P.icL age, with elegant Prize. postpaiiL ti5 cents. circuUr Iree. BP.IDK & C0 7CJ L'rcadway, Kcw York-.