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MLLSnOilO. t" t i OHIO. LONGFELLOW. In Memoriam A ahfldrnr r"tlnir on ffimfHar plftrw: A of Js In hMii'ln (but cltp nnl pnrt; A tfmlT sorrow tniM'hintr nil ini'n's fitec; A Uar putMH'wion int ia homo aud hctu-t, Th'fl wnnl wh f!tihf(I along- tho myntlo wint pom c4jHst to urrnxt, bikI umier niiphlv wa. Our jxn i a gono.",. 'Twtts told by hou'nchum flrv, A rut, rnnilcm-!Iko, wns borne on every The ffr whop pure nri'1 condor rat rrl vision Sliril iroldfii hrtto or ttiir I'oinni'Hi biy Hit pHsoed buy oiid our kea to realms of Klys i:in, Una found tin lew to J1t entniiplfd muzii Hi re, dwelling higher Uiun the sou!h nrciui'l hiin. . Time swept bis burp and sivi-otouod every wt rlti or; " 1 ' In fht fHrcotmlry now his pern have found him. ; The tuneful few Vrhostc monRH tho nnfUMnfr. Tta (f'ruud old Vnnl, whose tfHhtleaf tyr-, itp . iff red.. -Eiw-rrnttl the 'grrin, nud rond thofr hate or lovo. ? , Who cHutrnt the splendor when throloudt Wei'e AnddartMl to wield thr thunder-bolts of Jove. tfJrmt Homer, matchless minstrel, nn'l no other. It flrt on this new tomb a wrenih to Itiy; He in Vnihaltn rliiim thio lntt"t brother, , Kit weiiitsr of the laurel and tha buy. Anl he whtwo nnmlmrf told .4nrRf' atnry In (Mutely rhythm, ailvoiy ami liold. And he whose aolt-inn irnzc pit-recil I'tirifiitory, Tti'-n. nipt and dttuntlvPR, scaled the gates of S'hes, too, and mmly ft jrlorimm mnflt-r-fllnifer, 'iniflnBi a t'ioH K meet mm wueit a mn- freed; lie nimn - . To nter life find ymth. Thotrue Hclif brinirer oe poetm, whatever piunets Hume. I All poets keep the ehlld-henrt, sweet nTfevrn; it' t'hiM-lMl, th'vwalk amid the worldly-wise; And so their Ken tie talk, like utiKel-lt'iiven, Attracts us to the beauty of the skies. And therefore when they leave us wo hnvo sorrow, Thoiiyh ptill their noeenb linirer in the air. And fruin ttielr lejrends every day we borrow Armor of proof uKainst the earth s despair A shadowy host of great and good have blessed the. O man whoe manhood waa above thy art, To-day. by thoUHunds mourned, O poet, rest thee: Thy in Mehiorium is in every heart. Maiyartt E. Snwrfcr, in Harper Bazar EDELWEISS. "I wns born In my little Fhrmiflu, All wonllr, wnnn and whiti; I livtt hi.tlm mist anl tho cloud. I live t'orin.v own dwlijrht, 'I po fur hononth mo crowd Tho A Ipltii rowon rod. And tho tfontian lluo, yun-fod, Tbt mukoH the valley bright. I bloom for tho onirle's oyo. I bloom forthe durimr hand; I live unto God. and 1 die Unto lim and at His command." Dovou know the Edelweiss, the rare and beautiful llowcr of th Alps? Its home is on the steepest and most inac cessible, dill's, and tho daring mountain eer who risks his life to procure it calls it nirhtlv the "royal white of the mountains. In one part of the great chain of the Tyrolese Alps a single peak rises con spicuously above its neighbors a giant among its brothers. A snowy hooil on velops his mighty head, and a heavy growth of fir and spruce forms a shaggy beard below which a green robe ol beaut t ful pasture land sweeps down to the val ley at his teet, where a rustnng mountain stream leaps and tumbles like a child at play. Under the shelter of the groves of fir and spruce stand a few rudely-built chalet.s whose rools are doited with great stones- overgrown with moss. -Connect eu with the chalets are sheds and ac commodations for cattle, for this i where the shepherds of the valley past lire their flocks and garner hay and feed for winter use. A middle-aged man, in the picturesque costume of the Alpine peasant is busy bciomoiieol the sheds, ami a young girl. ' also in peasant garb, stands before the door of the adjoiningehalet, and shading r, her eyes with her hand g:izes intently down the pain leading. to the valley. " Well, Ciretel," says the man, ap proaching her and speaking in the gut- teral but not unpleasant German of tiie Tyrol. "What dost thou seek?" Tho gill started. "I cannot, think why Hans is so late to-night, father.' " Never fear for Hans, my girl. lie t is as sura-footed as the chamois, and knows every jiass of the mountain blind fold, hut thou art pale, child. Thy mother must see rosier cheeks when we go down to the valley or she will never trust, thee to mv care again ' He was interrupted by a loud, clear jodel re-echoing from cliff to clitl'through the quiet mountain air. The girl spnui: lightly down tne nam, the elder man following at a more leisurely gait. At - the first turn she met the delinquent tall and sturdy young peasant, whe bent to kiss her after their custom first ' on one cheek and then on the other. He was a handsome fellow, this Hans, with his loose green jacket and his black leathern breeches, which were short enough to show the bare knee, tanned and ruddy from exposure. He carried an alpenstock in his hand, and a glossy cock'ts-plinue nodding at the back of his )oinlO(( hat. ' ' Welcome Hans," said his sister, but she started bai-k in surprise when she mv that he was not alone, but followed by a young man of foreign dress and air, who paused panting and flushed from thi! unusual excrliiof the steep ascent. " Explain it to them, comrade," he said, in the broken and hesitating ac cent of a foreigner. Thus appealed t't. Hans related simply how lie had gone into the town of X. to Sell his bunches of rare flowers, and had been stopped before the Gasthaus bv group of English tourists. The liulies had bought his flowers at a high price, anil with the insatiable curiosity of trav elers in foreign lmrts, as well as lo his embarrassment, had besieged him with many eager queries as to his home and manner of life. Finally this young man had touched him on the shoulder and said: " Take me bark with you to your mountain, friend. I-et me stay through the summer in your chalet, and you shall not lose by it." " 1 smiled at the good jest," went on the honest Hans, "and told him our fare was coarse and our shelter comfortless for one ol his kind. Uut he would not take no. lie loves our mountains he says, and hopes to get strength and in spiration from them for his pictures, for that is his art. His English name in hard and strange, so ho shall be called Ih rr (Jeorg by us." This point having been settled by Hans with quiet decision, the artist stranger was received without more formality into the simple hospitalities of the chalet, atjd soon adapted himself to their primi tive ways. What a wonderful life it was! He breathed the exhilarating mountain air and was shut in but not imprisoned by these ancient sentinels. How silent they often were through days of da..liiig sunshine and nights of clear, cold fro-l, and a,jain how many-voiced as thy echoed the wind and storm nnd avalanche, or repealed the wild Jodfll of the pensnnt. Ho watched 5!"inhold, the elder peas ant, and Hans toiling early and la'c with simple, faithful hearts nt their menial tasks. Perhaps even more, as was natural, he watched Gretel moving with a light st-p about her little kingdom, lending to each of her household duties unconscious dignity. The clouds that, often lay beneath them, hiding the valley from sight, seemed nud he felt it almost with alarm to be blotting out his old life with its achievements and in terests, till they grew faitit as a half remembered dream. He thought of this mountain life as of a picture done with simple, masterly strokes and rich, pure coloring, and of his own, in com parison, as piece of delicnta rfenrr painting, executed with feverish and morbid attention to detail and finish. And he strove, to attain to the strength and serenity of f!oo who had lived habitually on Mm heights. Yet Gretel was Human and compan ionable, too.' (lue day a .month must have passed since his arrival she said to him with gentle solicitude: , "I fear you will not nave many e ketolies to show when you return to yonr country, my friend. This is a fine, clear day. Let nie fetch your pencils and paper and You can get a rare outline of old Dreizackon opposite. 'tint, uretel, what a heautiful day to gather flowers, . and you need the air. Let. us climb to the point where the Edelweiss grows." So her mild reproof was as usual un availing. " i on see I afli gathering inspiration. though my pencil and brush are idle." he explained to heras they swung them selves up lo a bold promontory where red and pink rhododendrons blossomed in brilliant profusion. Gretel,' always llceter and surer than her comp inion climbed rapidly to a still higher l'lge and brought back in triumph a beautiful specimen of the pure and slai like Edel weiss with its strange, woolly covering. Her face was flushed with exertion. Ordinarily it was so pale and transpa rent that he had sometimes compared her to tho Edelweiss, although he had never told her so. Sometimes also, though not habitually, he -had seen a sunrise in the Alps, and his artist soul had thrilled, as even an inartistic soul must, at sight of that marvelous rose tint which touches and glorilies the cold snowy peaks until they seem to glow with life. Of such a sunrise he thought now as he looked at the flush on Gretel's cheek. He was right. His artistic sense was by no means lying asdormand as she had fancied. ' What a beautiful world this is up here!" she said. "If only it might remain so! But soon the winter will come, and this happy summer be over, and there will be change and parting, Gretel." " Yes," she said, quietly. The air, the place, the girl and the flowers wrought a sudden mood in him. a mood both daring and unpractical. " Is she formed of the white ice of the glaciers?" he thought: "can nothing thaw her frigid heart?" Then aloud: "But need there be parting, Gretel? When the cruel winter reigns here with its ice and snow, there is another land where a happy home and a bright hearth and love and good cheer awaits our coming." Ah, the sunrise glow was in her face again! He saw it and triumphed. Then she turned her full ga.e upon him without a trace of self-eouseiousucss or dissimulation in it. " Look at this Edelweiss, this child of tho mountains, placed here by God to bloom for Him. Do you not know how, when th(! covetous tourist has torn it: from its native s )il and transplanted it to his own, in spile of all the care and tenderness bestowed upon it, it droops and dies !n the uncongenial soil? fSlmll we be deaf to the lesson it teaches us, my friend? No, I must live and die here in my mountains. It would wrong us both to do otherwise. Let us go down, for I hear already the tingle of the cow bells." " Neighbor Buuhinann has moved to day to the chalet on the Uieiaekeu," said Reiuhold that evening. It is most unwise. Why, He it Georg? Because it lies in an unprotected spot, and an avalanche might at any moment sweep down upon it. It has not. happened for "many years, but the snow is treacherous under this warm sun, and I would not trust my life there." The next morning the artist sat on the bench before the chalet sketching more busily than he had done since his ar rival. Gretel came out with a small basket on her arm. " I am going to carry some curds to Fran Bachmann and will return by noon," she said. He followed her with his eyes until she disappeared over the meadow. An hour must have passed ami still he sat musing. 1 lie morning was still calm and clear, and only the distant tingling of I he cow bell fell upon his car. Sud denly he was startled by a dull rumbling. It could not be thunder, for the sky above him was cloudless. It grew louder and clearer. "Great God!" lie cried aloud " the avalanche! And," as old Kcinliold's warning flashed upon him Willi horrible distinctness, "Gretel has gone to the dangerous spot." With the swiftness of terror anil de spair lie followed in the direction she had taken. Soon he came upon a group of awe-struck peasants, who had r:iiher cd at the lirst signal of the deathly mes senger, but too late to warn the threat ened family. Bachinaiin's cabin with all its inmates had vanished from flight, and in Its pkice spread a vast and pitiless liehl of ice and snow. Search was unavailing, as they knew by past experience and silently admitted to one another. Gretel and her friends were laid to rest like the seer of Israel,, and no man knew their sepulchre. Repressing his own grief, the artist endeavored to comfort the unhappy father and brother in their overwhelming afllii'tions. " Your Gretel was like the pure Edel weiss," he said to them. " It blooms in beautv for a time and when iu mission is fullilled God gathers it painlessly to Himself." "She is an angel of Paradise," said Reinhold, Weeping. ' Thus her simple life was ended, and with the " royal white" of death on cheek and brow she rested in the shadow of the mountains she had loved. At the winter exhibition in London there was one picture which attracted general attention It was a crayon Head of a pale, girlish face, with just a faint rose Hush on tho cheeks like the glow of sunrise on the snowy summit of the Alps. Beneath it was written the name Edelweiss. Our CorUiatnt. . The oldest inhabitant of Prince Ed ward Island is -Mrs. Graham, of Alma, who was born at ( 'ove Head, luTi years ago. This venerable woniau was mar ried twice and raised two families, most of whom are dead. She retains all her faculties almost unimpaired. Rome Severe Winters in England. In 1H37, as some of our readers may perhaps remember, there was an unu sually heavy fall of snow over tho wholn United Kingdom, but theeffeetsof which npoar fo have been mift keenly felt in England.' In former days a snow-block was perhaps less inconvenient than at the present time, inasmuch as the travel ing public was much more limited; but, on the other hand, those who did venture a journey were considerably fiiore ex posed to prival ions than travelers nowa days. In the early part of the year above named, tho mail-coach system was com pletely deranged, and communication between different parts of tho country was for a time at a standstill. About tho middle of January, in the midland coun ties of England, and particularly on the borders of Northampton and Warwick, the snow lay at great depth. In some Earls the drifts exceeded twenty feet in eight; and tracks of roads, or traces of coaohesor travelers were not disoernible. The Cambridge coach on its way to the metropolis on Thursday morning, the 20th of January, stuck fast In the hol low part of the road, and remained in that situation, passengers, mails, and all, with the snow drifting overhead until the fol lowing day, when it was released by the aid ot fourteen horses, ixor is tins n solitary instance. Coaches were, in nearly all parts of the south country, overtaKen in a similar manner, and in many cases abandoned in the wreaths. At St. Albans, where several coaches were completely ingulfed, passengers were under the necessity of fighting their way on foot to the nearest shelter; those of the more stalwart sex carrying the ladies. A distinguishing feature of tho sform of 1837 was tho prevalence of a virulent influenza, which raged epidemically in nearly all parts of England and Scot land. Whole families were al tacked, and though tho malady was not looked upon as being attended with great danger, not a few cases ended fatally. In London, the conduct of business was impeded by a great number of persons being inca pacitated for theireveryday occupations, and not only so, but its immediate effects on trade were considerable. - Butchers, bakers and provision merchants in general complained loudly of a wholesale falling away in customers' appetites. Medical practitioners and apothecaries were, of course, proportionally busy; while hosiers were at their wits' end to meet the demand for flannels and muf flers,. Nor did the epidemic conliiie its ravuges to this country; it extended to the continent. In Berlin, forty thousand persons were said to be affected with it; and in France, where the doctors termed it La Grippe, its consequences were even more serious than in England. The north of England and a consid erable portion of Scotland were visited during March, 1827 by a violent snow storm. The area over which it extended was covered to a great depth, and the face of the earth, in some of the flat country districts, seemed like a track less waste. Some hamlets were likened to rabbit-warren?, as the houses were only discernible by a hole excavated front of the door. The town of Lanark was for a whole week completely cut off from tho outside world, and the inhabit ants to a considerable extent from each other. During that time not a vehicle any description entered or left the town; while the rare appearance of a fatigued pedestrian from the country only mad the effect more dismal. On Sunday, the 4th of March, no church door was opened in the burgh. The great storm of 179") lasted for fifty one days; nnd on a simultaneous appeal being made to the " Oldest Inhabitant in all parts of the country, that venera ble personage positively failed to conjure up from memory a parallel winter, un less, indeed, it were that of 1740. I he Thames there was a general suspen sion of commerce, and it was said there were no fewer than 'MO vessels fast th-3 ice. During t lie months of January and February, a great many persons per lshed m the snow or from the cold not a few in circumstances exceedingly pain inl. Lliambcr s Journal. Rough on Wilson. -A young man named Wilson was ar rested in Omaha the other day on suspi cion of being a notorious crook wanted bv the police m the East. 1 he descrip tion of tho fugitive from justice tallied very closely with, that of the arreste man, even to his right eye being a cross one, but Wilson convinced tho ollicers that they had inadv a mistake which much to his discomfort, was not at, uncommon.' Wilson said that in Chi cago ho was arreted by l'inkerton' men, locked up and detained for several days, lie was taken through the rogue gallery and compared with the photo graph of every cross-eyed criminal exhibition. The detectives didn't think he answered the description of the man wanted, because he had dark hair; to settle tho matter a barber was pro ' cured, who scrubbed Wilsons head vig orously to see if his hair would not turn light. JThen they let him go, and lie from Chicago in disgust. His next stooping place was St. Louis, but he hardly got oil the train before an oluei grabbed him nnd lodged hhn in station house. He experienced similar treatment to that received in Chicago Wilson, it appears, is a cattle drove- who nas been r.ast with stock. THE MARKETS NEW YORK, April 29.1882 Ff.om F.xtra Ohio 5 'J uc f s .VI WHEAT Hcd wniler 147 CD No. 1 while 1 40 U4 1 4-J con x No. s ft k OATS Mixed Western 811 (4 :i i'UIIK-Miss 18 K'ike IS Z', f.AIUI I'rinie steam 1130 (rii 11 :" 111 l"l Kit -Western 10 dc M t'HKK.SI-: Ohio S 6 K'i Ft ills Western 17 ut Is CATTLE VI .VI iio IU M linos 7 oo dt, 7 so SHUKl' 8 W 6fi 8 75 CLEVELAND. .... Minn, new process 7 75 r6 V 00 Amber utt 1 50 WHEAT No. U, new l& 1 40 COHX HI Vi : H OATS No. 1 ft4 ib 67 CHEE.sK l heice Factory... 1H is. l'i'4 Ohio Hairy 10 ou ll'i lU'TTF.H Choice M ti JM KUdS IS S 17 POTATOKH, per bimhol 1 ai n 1-15 HUKUS Timothy J 50 o 1 fio Clover 4 U0 u tso CINCINNATI FI.OlK Family (AS a HI0 WIIKAT 1 40 .0 14)! fllKN 74 74 It V K HI Ut l OAT 4b fit Hl'TTKH -Choice IS m If, HOljij Common to light 5 75 (A U 75 I'aukluv 6 85 U 7 86 TOLEDO WIIKAT Wostorn Amiior.. (1 37 O il 37 '4 No. aili-d Winter .... 60 1 :r, CORN HlirlJ Mutou 75 OS IVi Nii.S 74 4! 74 '4 BUFFALO. BEEVES f fS 7 75 Medium 8 00 irs 7 Oil IIOGS Common lo lair 7 HO no 7ft Heavy ta ii 7 4ft SHEEP Common 7 15 a 7 40 Clluloo 7 60 7 85 PITTSBURGH. DEEVEH-nest 7S1 ft f 7 75 Medium IW v as HOGS Yorkers 7 00 to 7 li5 I'hi h,il, ilnlna 7 50 u 7 on SHEEI'-h.-t 8 Id CO 7 1(1 Medium A 50 8 50 PHILADELPHIA WOOL l'nwnhi ;tl (fj) ;ti I'uiiiMi :i ai Western tluo liv up 4g A St. Louis man offers a reward vf twentv dollars to any woman who will peel an orange with her fingers ana eat n. w iino'ii geiimg any juice on nor cnin. Detroit free 1'nn. Tnr, Tnqmrrr of Clncfiirmtf ny! Hon. T. T. ftumuin strongly fudorpe Ft. iTarotmCMl for pain. 1! is combination aud artltts all uoe It. How cav man ami wife be one, when th woman ia won lieraellf .S'uVtn .Surtbram. .Iciinif W. T. FiLi.fr. ol Pit tsfleia, thfaSUfa, wap cured of severe rhoumutiarn by St. Jacobs Oil. SpriHSfltU (Must.) JtrpiiNiean. " Does poultry pay I" asked a stranger of acttydoider. "Of courae.1' was the replyl 'evcu the little chicken aliell out1 Booth's Panacea. The audience at the Opera House last Friday Bight when Edwin Booth played "Hamlet," undoubtedly noticed the pungnnt odor that pervaded the houe; after the great teene be tween Hamlet and hla mother, during which the old Chamberlain Polonlua it killed. It waa peculiar -yet not nnpleaatint, and only those familiar with the aubctanc producing ft, could account for the odor. The eminent tragedian hlmnelf and the company support ing him, have tieen MiITerlng for several days past from colds and physical arhes produced by the chaoscful weather and the usual ex posure cm the stace, and one of the company. Jlr. D. C. Anderson, who played Polonlui, was taken violently and suddenly 111 during the play, by directions of Mr. Booth, who la always solicitous for the welfare of his people, n bottle of tt. Jacobs Oil was brought from his dressing ease aud the sufTerlne actor thor oughly robbed with the famous German Remedy, which soon brought relief snd full recovery. -Mr. Booth always carries this re liable emollient wilh him, and the contents of hie dressing case without ft, would be as In complete as the piny of Hamlet without the ghost. Biirlmtftoil (la.) Uairilr, TnK man who nevr-r failed is a myth. Pilch one never lived, and 1 never likely to. All snceetis Is a series of efforts, in which, when civ viewed, ore seen more or Jess failures. The mountain is ant to overthrow the hill: but a hill is reality, nevertheless. If you fail now snd then, don't be discouraged. Bear in mind It is only the . part and experience of every successful man, and the most successful men often have the most failures. Fees of Doctors. The fee of docton is an item that very many persons are interrstef. in just at prw- ent. We helicveThe atheduie lor visit ib 94 m Inch wouUl tax a man con ti lied to his bed for veiir. and In need of a d UIv visit, over $1,000 ve;ir for Hiedicul attendance alone! And one pintle bottle of Hop Hitters taken in time would tave the 1,IUJ nnd all the eir a stcir net-i oaf. Jamr G"kt)on Kr.y nett's new vaeht cost t 100.0(10. It ia iiardlv neiessury to fital that Mr. Kennett is an editor, ( tucago 1 noutte. "Became Sound and Wall" K. V. ?if.H( E, M. I. : Dear Sir Mv wife. w ho had been ill for over two years, and had tried many other medicine, became sound and well by uin your ".Favorite Prescrip tion." Mv niece waa also Cured by its use, afur rtveral f-livsiciaus h.id failed to do her any stock!, lours trulv. Thomas J. Methvin, ITatclier'i Station. Ga, Ax advert ipement In a Western paper says: Lost Two cows; one of them is a bull." So is the advertisement. Oil L'itu Derrick. Rescued From Death of in William J. Cotighlan, of Somerville, Maps., eavs: in the IhII m i,o i was laKen wnri violent blttling"f Meltings followed by a severe couirh. l waa admitteu to tne V-ity Hospital. While there the doctors said 1 haa a hole in my left luniras btir ae a halt dollar. 1 Kaveuohope. but a friend told me ol Dk. Wm. Haus Kal- pam for tub Ll'xos. I cot a bottle, when lo rnv surnripe I eornuieneed to feel better, and ti- day 1 led in better spirits than I have the past three veare. I write tin nopinfrtnat every one fltllieted with Diseased Limes will take Dk. Wm. 11 all's Balsam hoh tub Lrsos, and be con vinced that LONflMPTleN CAN BE CUHKD. AUo a sure remedv lor t-oldg, I oubs, and all Chest aud Luuij Dibcabea. a-jld by drugiata. I X proof of the assertion that cattle will stiav iuto strange plaices, we have seen a cow hide iu a shuuniaker's t-hop. TiiEitE are political outbreaks so popular with the whole people mat the state dare not mterl"-re. 1 tie brrakini' out oi pustules, pun Dies, tetter ami the hue on the face, can be idcasant iy vured bv lr. l'etison's lkiu run. Alto ffood for Die hair and scalp. Dr. Bei.gt-n is also tiie proprietor of Celery and Chamomile I 'ill s, winch now have a wide reputation as the best remedy known for ul disease of the nerves and all kiudB of head achee. Of courpe. smoking is worse than chewing, for the old adage says : "Of two evils chews the leaM." Hard Lumps In Breast. all ! on but fled had the Dr. R. V. PiEHi'E. BufTalo, N. Y. : Dear A'.'r I wrote you some time ago that I thought had a cancer., mere was a large lump in my bre.tst as large as a walnut, and had been there four mouths. I commenced taking your "Golden Medical LKscoverv," " Favorite I're- scription" nnd "Pellets" in June, and the lump i6 gone. Yours gratefully. Mrs R. K. Clakk, lrvinyton, Mich. A miAT'EKT-Hot'SR advertisei lawn-drefe that will wash. Imi t it the business of lauudrefts to waeb. "FintKER are not always fart a, " hut the incontrovertible facta concerning, Kidney- Wort are better than most tig u ret. For in stance: "iNis curing evervb-dv," writea drutrgist. " Kidiey-ort ib the most popular medicme we stdl." It ehould be by right, for no other medicine haa au h spec i tic action the liver, bowcla aud kidueys. Do not fail try iu WiiATieweler was it that made the welkin ring: No Trouble to Swallow Dr. Fierce 'js " FelletsM' (the original "little liver pills") aud no pain or griping1. Cure pick or bilious headuche, sour stomach, and cl( aiiL-e the system and bowels. -5 centa vial. Tbb wheel of fortune runs slow, because felloes are tlud. II hitthau, I tints. I.yri E. Pis'Knn'a Vrpetablo Compound hat done thousiiuilti of women more yooil than tlir nie.li'-inos hi nninv dot-tori. It I a ikjsi- tive cure for all fi-maie complaints, bend Mrs. l.s Jia K. 1'n, kham. T'kaki.t tt'eth luidiliamonfl eves are dellgbt- iui, uui a upaz uot-e ia uieauiui. tTT'The Scarlet, Cardinal Red, Old Cold, INavy liiue, .eal isrowa, ltumond lvi-a give ierfei-t results. Any ol tnese faaiiionable Colora only us ceuta. Stinging Irritation, inflammation, all Kid ney C'omiilitiuU, cured by " lluchujittilia." 1 Pentj name and aildrea to Cragia 4 Co., ruuaiieipnia, i a., iori-ooK kwjic tree Woci.d nut be wltlout Reddlnjr'a Rusula caive, i& iue vcruic-kui mi w uo ue il. rricc How stamp. TO to get s head Buy a pott Don't Di In the houae "Rough on Rata." 15c Cleara out rata, mice, dies, ruthea, bed-buu. Tut the new brand, "Biiring Tobacco." III ii rlo U br o V A Kftr thr pure of Cousin, Toldn. Hoarsen cm, Anthm, lintuchliia. fniiip. liitturnm. whix. t.inar (..ia.'h. In-In - (8 ! ) f ! , ,. - I on to to 1. A REGULAR CCUS. If tfierels ene ihin In all ihewM-td that allures the avemue boy and de lights people generally, it is a wtll nmiift;ea ana iiiiTimiiiiy ejinpijeu cirrus. Tlieehllilrtfn ol elly orlown sm lo linnw of il ciminn by a kind ofuitultlon.ana prepare aeeominpiy. 1 The pennies, himeito dropped ino me miRMOiiary-Dox won cnwienu ous n-culari'.y, are. now fau.li fully dl verted Into an old coffee-pot in Uia et her corner for prospective use. and sernp-mctal, old ps;ir, etc.. do stib stanlial service In the way of securiea: theamount of an admimmn tee. Hut for all thst, we believe fully in the properly conducted cirrns.as a means of amusement and diversion, and are hsppy to stale the aratilying tact that the circus or rutin r It proifietors ana employes cxpenmenTauy oe ltere in 8T. jACnns On., the Great Pain Reliever of the ap. Hon. V. T. Hamum's Greatest Show en Karth and Coup's Monster Show enn be Inken as 1 ou .i typic L-.. J Vke " Jacc rieai cases. 1 tie lormer sny. .we e irreat pleasure in stalimt that ST Jacobs OH. is in use bv many rime ar tists now eriraed wih P. T. ltnrnum's Greatest Show on Kanh, united with the Great London Circus. Sanger's Itoyal Hrllii-h Mcnni;i-ne and the International Allied Show.- From iu hap y effect upon those w ho have occasion to employ it, we have no hesitation in pronouncing t-r. Jacoks Oil the best liniment whit h has ever teen bmuphtto our notice. It is wonderfully ethca cious in subdulnir. pain. iSigre-.il H a I'M, BAll.r.T Hl'TrnissoN." "In eases of rhce.rnatiin or complaint of that kind our art Isls know how to cure themseh esvery Seedily. bT.Jcnn9 Oil. Isavc ry popular rem edy among nur people rhcuinntieVains.sna' as long a4- they can cet it they won t s-uflV r much." Air. rranic l. rrayne snirs: i nae Fum-reu terriMy from rheumatism'ln my ri;hl shoulder nnd arm, and nt thesam! time I nnd severe pains tlliUR rv el In a. ncwvniincr nr. nut the rt'nnirknlile turf Pt. Jacobs CHi,( ftnil I thnupht 1 wouM try tlint remedy. I u- vm 1 am nnthty k1h1 1 old, nir aflT using one or two Imttlos oftlmt jmparntion l If II mi (lain wntiifver, auu urivf jiaa uom- mih-u. 1 am ftriu believer in St. Jacorh Oil, and I want everj-body iu my company U keep it near them." MRS. LYD1& L P1HKHAM, CF '.VNM, KiSS., C ca E o A a t w c a u s.-.&sP'S. LYDIA E. PINKMAr.rS VEGETALLI! COMPOtJITP. Iw ft T'fiHv f'nre fttr11 Cli PhIiiIiiI rnntplntniw nit WfnlneMW lo(miao tour Uvl Ii'niMie population. ItvUtcure entirely tho worst form of IViualeCom- .iant. Allnvatrlaviitrmililct. Inflfttiiinatlnn aiid Dear tlon, Folllii(f ami Dloiloei.icntn, ami the confcr,fnt Bptnal WtaknrM, aiul la pattlcntatlj adapted to tb CLanga of J.ife. It will tUscolra am! rpr titmorw from tiie ntonwln aa aarly itaitaof tlcTelopmeut. T Iio lonni ncT to can croua humnmtliciolr, rherked (? y Fjiectllly ty It tin. It rcuiOTM faint mcbh, flatulency, tlcntroj-soll craTlntf foratlnitilniita, ami iUth wcikiicw of tli t-toninrli. It eurea Plottnff, HrndnrJien, Nttrvoun rrdfltrntlon, Genera!, Doblllty, Slct'iloiiieM, Pe.irosiioa anU luul- That feeling of liarlfie down, rminf ug ynln. wMprtit and baclcachf, laaln-jn eriinently cnifd l.y its use. It will at all times and under all circumtttanrcs art In harmnny with the Inwa tlmt K'Trrn the fi inloiyat( m. For ttieruveof Kidney Coiupiajuta of either acz Ibn Compound If unfiirpofed. LYII E. 1INKII.US VFCrTAui.c COM- rOi;NIii prepared at Ml and 2:ij Wwtern Avemie, Lyno,Uasa. Prioeil. Sis bottleafor $6. Sent by mail In the form of pills, alto In (he form of luzenpes, on receipt of price, $1 per box fur either, llrs. I'inkham fretlyansweraallletteraof lmiilry. Send f or pamph let. Adiiresa am above. ITrntlon. th($ Puptr. Ko family should be without I.TPI1 E. PINKBAV'S LIVER TI1J3. They cure coustlpation. biliauaoaaa and torpidity of the llrer. 15 cents per box. jBr Held by ait I IrnSgtata. - eia : OLD m RE1 n g . ..r.nnr'. t r lo n Stn,1... T?;i- T...1 I jlisoaaes of the Liver, Stomauh ,'-' oand Bowels. It is Purely -nl ttT-.1..t.t. Ti .. ... lPr"ri V r y egemuie. xi never tr Debilitates It is l 1" Vl6V AW'Vn(y 5 " a.wew V".j Llvcri 3 Invigorator vjr,.m u in Til V nrn.fi.' and by the public, j x- "-'i V" for mora than 35 years.2 5 vrith unprecedented reaalta. IOO Page Book sent froe. . ( T eiurnan aa 178 uaoaowiTl jji ii, uniu vnu m.u., mx loncoiTi J hit oacfiuiar wiu.tcu.tol- m kxti.tatm. GIOOO REWARD Nf Med . L &mmthm It teata aU athar fiaiAUM g 1 w aa?-r4aaal - Uia (ifiuuil ixijltl V but Wa aupaad. V Otmalar ormflrmlTir ftila mUM (t . Basndfnrla. .1 B WARS M ACHIlf E COM PAHT, Mawark, Ohia, twmmn ml HmuU m4 Ua al alMaswtitt t ita waV LiiU Curci wlitalnii Uuulilr Culorlit. f Gultl .fcuiscwtt 0. i A. nrinr.. iik.i.a. rre. Li rr-e. h. 11. Daitii, 111.. U a DMPPIrC" .al.r Beaiam W.rk. IW ill lllll f .rrl VMINCAItRlAUIM0. UWUUILUM Clxuaou. 0. ba,Kl fiM, SOLDIERS ! Arm t All. wriw i j. atoetma. Luiil aa'ut llankiaia.L. JC 1. Jlfl pwdavat home. 8am pie. wen h I J IB U traa. Adunau Si iNMJk 4 I n. PurUand, A Pr W.rk r.n hti mate to any toi-alltr. T.V H.. :n -1 la 1 1 f --nili-lf nw fr tlrnti outfit free. ti. W. IkVlliatM c C.,Bottciu,alM. STKY"a0 i t a i.e. m 1 in hp. 7lW fXBla j, j J i a. if F.E..'.JnXA2LE EOCX It Til PARLca oner... InsTr.ycTio.i Bock? For rrnriiluK both Sornlur nnd Kra MukIc oh tli RpI or Farlnr Organ. By a. n. Johnson. Tlf nrr-it W'-Bt l f'iit of nt-d ortfitnt, but tew know ho-lit tnv tit' m Wiiv? "Yon iv," nt'd !li t-' hr, "wtin n trm r rnl o'ffun. an'tv-jr ll lu. In" rn'irnl'v wl'n' his Hill dn'iltlit'T or Mm (o lewrti l ply tn h mnr 'H I Pit-, mini, n, d'u: n. popular t"H; . f'liool nnd nnoay fdioul n. riK. (c .p- l '.hk ?ifl hvinrt tnrvj. muMir thintci all Diia I'Jin t-iloiie in n nirti ha. we horinJuij lut.U acUoUra, and no book. .tiAL (ia Um CAt Utp p-v-11 rrqiif of many ufi trarhra thfa Bork ra- pr pan'd. and (roT-a to l J'il i Mr Kviik. 1 h- auili'T li" a matin! lalont for nuklnr hard tliiiifci -ay, ajwl nj ttiii4 can uiwlcraianfl hi explana tion. A prartIrM..whrrrp-nt1r lnvttr-1 hl'n to ti"ar trm Wtoti nf miiii'ier of p'lj-.iin, taitKlit fu-tii th' Ito-.k. Thr wrr r. ' llnt B.(ni "1 rould not produce ii ti ireulia by any ottn.r hook,' 1rt the t Hi lu r. Price tl UK f trwhl' ii rnp ci win nv maiie-i. po-i-trrv, in any allTvn' hy n'lurn mall. B' tt. r v nd bill and &j cia. In tnta D? n f tairrra itfter, mu vrucr JOHNSON'S Parlor Organ Instruction Book -or OLIVES DITSON & CO., BoBton. irM'imioo mis paper. SPRING FEVER At this season every body feels .veak and out of sorts, because the sys tem is run down, and the blood weakened. This condition is dangerous, because of the liability to contract serious dis ease at a time when nature is less liable to throw it off ; and an ef fective remedy, such as Bkown's Ikon 1 Jitters, should be promptly used. This non-alcoholic, true tonic is unequaled as a preventive as well as curative medicine. r.KnvN"s Iron Eittfr1) imriarts tone and strength to the muscles makes the blood rich, clears the complexion, and by revitalizing the -whole system, gives it a good foun dation to w ithstand the straii) cf a change of season. Brown's Ikon Bitters' is beyond question the best medicine made for all diseases requiring a tonic, such as Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weakness, Malaria, &c. For sale by all druggists. ii-'Ujt'i kJ 14 one ol he br.'t, ct,rtt)"M ami vnil rWmdia TatKli, in the WarUl.nndtho'tKin.Unr .hihirm ii"Mr"lfT" U yen, bviu ,. It ia "tha ' ISTA l-l I'H 11KT. Rl D(.F'S KOof) reef iTBllic inUoihpmcnt ol plii Diana of all nrhoolsf h w wurld ovfr. In fan not fr nta, Moeota ' nnd V 1.7f. brannrthe nr nature of A OOLUK. II St tO. aa C vary label. Mil WE LAY Aa F.ncHh (.tenrmry Surjrfon and Chemist, now traveling m.lli n couni r . an that nnM of the tiurn and I. "at tlf I'ow Ath m.KJ iicry ar -iri tilfuHtmsb. lie avHtha Shi-ndan sL omlii tun l'nuilcrs nrc ab'Hiliit e)y pure and lrameiif-ely vni liable. N'((i inn nn vr h will nutato hena ly likf MiHr.dfn' t'omlilion Pnwdera. I)ire. uiie tf ar.ii(Knful to one pint fuod. ""Id vory W'tnr" or cnt bv mail for ficUt 1(I.t wt.itnp-'. I S. JOHNSON ArO.,huKt-. ii. Mn-s. f.nn.Tl baocor.Me. pAttaoN' I'LRUAXivt Pillk uiaka new neb blood. FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF No other disease is prevalent in tliia coon-iCUi try tv3 Constipation, and uo r naedvhaa ever equalled th celebrated Kicinry-Wort oa a cure. Wlutiever tiio omsc, huwever c bBtiuate Uie rase, this rrmt-dy will ovcrcoiue it, I anaWtaJa pliUiit Is very apt to l? eoruplicU;d With constipation. Kldm.y-Wcri strei.ifthcna t)io weakened parta and quieLIy I'urra all kinds of Pilee rven w hen rliyaiciiaias and mocuc-inea nave beiore lauca. ia- i if'K you iiiave eiuier of thr rrou 'Ifati.lUab -wni.mw imv? V.' jajAT :ar DruK ata Sell FM. -,-- vX.'rvutflll.'..afi;Ll.'lliii' F Ih MOI tU UIT1.AW1, Frank and J25soJ21r.es Obtaining t' only rnniler and authentic ar count :,f t.tse Huld (IlKliMayaira. 'the t'lUvt m fnriiHtt it n uht-ul the HUovUnm of J Mir, The mnxi f'tuiiy tnterr-sttti(j and exiiiti-d b"-k eter icriuen. Fully Illuatral4il. ttnd &A -nta Tor com pli mm, and writ quick for tTina, inch arc vtrv ln rul, and u mu in tkr niniu'V tiutt. Now la the UW. ouih t- mir ri u. c M Mtrfli4am alack. 1 UL. I nrO IMPROVED ROOT BCfR a Ui it loufc. Mholraoinr. aiMaikilna TVmpcrttnec Vk-t-rutri-. A"lt our drul-i, or wut t utall lor ea C lv Uiaaa. U' la. Ave.. I'aua. RAH nn I c Th Rent ia Cheap- ,'t Kot Hi-aci lin I va CJivi'uiar and Pi tcea wrfir THKAUL1UAN ATAYLOK CO., Mananrld, O. iTAYLOK aitia of Ft If 1TI fF Of Nama of Fruit A row era want- v a ivn ca iq a ud nn iv r rult Packtu:- ( ire. iiiHtd prlcea paid. D. Ban aaaua. UuaTaia, d' ftO """T H-lif MS WNTf 0- r Hllii,B ,rnoM-. in tbc wuiid; 1 tampl VfW-VfJiJil J MrmMua. tllrolL Milk. f PflAn FKK lo your own town. Terma and 4lMlo ouun Irac. AUiU'i u.Hwi.u kia..roniiiKi.jd H0nSEC0LLARSSSA3 Lnilii-rCultoraln ih, markrt. We urnf ttino la u'1e of w.i m.i-rlj,i.uui alvf j-.-k' wii.(, ilua. Chirua1uoUlu.p.-4un.riour:r. Nui.r ollirra ara .-nulnr. ai.a umke I lid I I.AU UI. I.Alt, Eiiriiil not lo gi. and will nr all aun-iuiji ortij.. Krr farnirr ihould Imvf a lr fur plowliia, and ui u In V,l w-ntlirr. A.k for our cullarl a3 aaaiulni' ih'-m b. f.irr b.iilni iuit oiIiit. i:aa c::clepj CLTiED AT LAST ! A Ttotnedv ftiai haa brfn themucblv t'-a'.d and nvr ftvll. d. Ma(lhfa i'i.ii HuarnitU-'-d. Clr, nuira I- ittai. LodrcaaO. DuOl.Tl 1 Lfc, K.,ua Ui), Mo. r s LAIUKS or (iKNTS make TiMUK v (io.t ariiing uur N K iV Himlv IhhIli.,1,,' (o houae krcitfi'i lirAI Hi lltlil l.,ti!lrir A.I r . SAMARITAN NERVIBIE, THE GREAT NERVE CONaUEROIV Thi'onljr known ap;niflc r.-imily fur F.plTJ. SAMARITAN NERVIU3 Cur a Spanna. Omvulahtna, Pt. Vtttia TVmen. Vertigo, Intimity. PniHtyaia, Nitvoup I'naatnar tion aud (tcnetni lability. SAMARITAN NERVDI3 Never known to fall. It prjunlUr thi Hrm tion. rrpHlr ltd waste, nnri gi vim tone anil vtcor to ttic ayatrm. !?T3S."r!Tal SAMARITAN NERVIPJS Cnra Pen if 11 In and all Nervous n1 RJoi 4ia- ettaca. samaritan NERVINjE The areut' t tonli; known. H ahlt diar -ti-m. in(nr-" (rood app'-tito, irn rs tone an-i yi-w i the a st -in. ruiir,int'e aw-uit mi l nfn-hinsr alfcp hh'I r-toro-t enf chlod aud norvima cw aiituliotis to robiiat health. SAMARITAN Puff, rertnin. Pnrp and Hpofly. Tt ts inmaliw llt to l.m.ua wlio ar? expri'iirin tin- rhnnx inci'lfnt to ndvnm:Ml y'Hrn. by aHtimc nniunr at its impoi taut p 'rind, rt'taininif the vifrorand tntin(inht if eurly lif'f and carrying tbct witta. eue and sult-ty tbruuRh. SAMARITAN in thf ottly h"tiostly pimntntd rnioily p!nc"i b'firnthe publk'. Wv jfii:irnnt'r i-vor lKti to (ti f nut stiu lton or lx-t um ihonnnu'r. I'ad iii(f i hvsiciniiH testify to iia tiPinr hHnitlriHn$ gtnni, emtlKMit divitifs drcliir it cxiil'Mit and iin"piultd and poopto t-vury when; boar ohHr lul ami voluntary testimony to iuKrvat virtu. SAMARITAN NERVINE Is nnTailina- nnd infallible in curing Ali'oh'(fnna and Opiuiii Katiiifr. To lomc bobnoUie pubh With Hti Hlointe ciirfl or aap'fihr tun-nioTt the de-iir. tor alcoholic nthnulant- r tho batnt if fipium fHtlntr, ceetna to many, wo htiv no doubt, nn absurdity; ninth the ctto novrrth lon. ami tx'foro otr.-riTur our me lirino Vt tt public wo thoroughly coiivino'd oui-'lvos actual experieuce that it would do aU we cluita for it. FOR SALE BY ALLDRlJGGISTl. OH 30 DAYS' TRIAL We will aend on 30 Days' TrtiU DR. DIE'S f ELEBR1TE9 Electro Voltaic Belts AX3 SUSPERSORIES, And other ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 8iifTerTi(t from Nenrona Dvblllty I.oat Vitality. Vpar anil Manliuoii, r-aulLtfia: f r rn Abu' and oAry i aiia'ti; or ui any prraon atMictt'd w!i b Kfcr w tliai, KrnrMlKlii. Paralil, Ni.laul ItUnt tlra, l,kMH ltM.ck, 1Avr aad I4.llr ltlH, Knpiitrea, iand lliri dlaeiaai tta Vltu.1 OrgHu. Sfn-cdf reliff and coiuplrtr n-waarat-tlon (i. alili e"rnMrd. 'I'krao mm Ike mmi f Kir Ctrl c Aitriian-cai Uiat tutv rT bevo ali-uolrd iiMu Mclt-attlflo itrlnclplra. Tlv If ttioroinrN ''flu a.-v tins lvin prartkaHy frtvn wti im most womlrrial aftccraa. M'm tuavfi the tM aiony wf Ihwaiandt who hjavr. avreal qallvl aud riadluully cared by their aa. AH w of any p rwu ia to ifire Iken m trial Tor M daaj-s and b ravlnrad Tnd at nncc for lllnaaVmtrd PatsBybJvt. BtarlaaiV avtl lularaiBllaa, fre. Addrcaa VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHAt.U MICIt. y'Pi in Sirtits"": a A NEW DISCOVERY. rTI''"r 'vrral yeare we hav rumlshed the Dairyunn of Atnerna with an exrvllent artt flct'd color for butter; to mrrftorioiia that tt mK witliprtnt aiicv-i'tts evcrywhto-a n-ivun; ttutt a lilt'ltet and only prixcaot both Intci-ualionaW I (an y t'ann. I Mr Hut by pntlent and r lent i He chcmtral re neu.rrh wc havf,irnprorcd In wvfral point, and nww ;f(r Uiia new color aa Im bt in f" uxn-tii. It Will Not Color the Burtermlfk. ft Wilt Not Turn Wandd. It Is th Strongest, Brightest and Chen peat Color Made, tTTAnd. whilr preiarl In oil, I o rompoupd ed llml it ! iliip-'l'ie for It to U'Ctirrn iaiiri.1. irBEWAfll or ull ituitntlt.il. and of aft othur oil colors, for thej are liabic lo dmuou raui'lft ud Hjilttie butter. aril ya iniiot (jc t the iniraT"1" w nte as to know wbarc aud bow to vl U wilL-rjt e-ti.-a ipenae, (tt) WELLS, BlttfARDHON St CO., RarlUfloa, Tt, AKLE GlIBS s It rat In the Wevld. li the ffiiulae. tvw -U Wtce hit our 'I tttlr-mn i k a4 1a Markrd riafr', lsl.l K I.UI V 1 a.ac aV MieiDDli .livftJ I u I I a L f iLLd Nrw KiavaV Bloud. aiU will eonii)ciei ctianrr lv- biool In (be tir ayatvin ID liircr nonina. A nj nvi ma .a 1 ad ra Ii tai trhl f rem I lo II wo-a ava. ac Tr-aU a. Ia auuna taeatih. U auch a I liini be poaHjlr. Sid r rTwticnt. or acol by mall for Iritr wampa, L V. Juaawaito., Itvaiu, Maaav. ItxwarKk Wr. aaav Ittwmlmo M.'.U l .rW l a I. t DaavUUtarM. JJM. J. kll L . Kf. , illlUMIA, .1 M 1 buawiHM of n Ii n-no.- f rain prrsoaa curmi. J ATKn AUtS vm for the c..m:.l-tf uiM. tf Hi. oik l.Hr of HKMir W. 1 I )M. hl.lAJ r. 1-ir F H. Ij nui awnm. I liuai r.'rd. The pruiilr ar. rr-Mt-terlL U, . KUnbKLL. 47 Corokul. U.iufc 5,10,25 cent CGJ!fTE3 SlTrULS. IVY, KiniOKI, dke. t;aialoKt GAM. FULTOM CO.. buiuimi M,boaUitv OPIUUi M0BPHIHE r TI MrI U tf tt AM. I U BUta l.a, t UiT LXa eme nr. 1 no t t j KHVO ITM 11 I waull lram TvtVtvraphr km. OAU M.K a few in ui;), a. au4 b c nia W ak aluailoo, ad a i ca VaLIMT i n a Um.. JaiieatUML. W aa 79 A WKKfC f 13 a (lav at home rai1r mvk 411 ouialltrae. AU'iitaa liua AJ, Auatuai, aaav A. N. K. N. Co. km arrfv f r aYarriaxsaL, m thi aaar.