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FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Animals should not bn nllowod to drink from frostily pa'nto.t trouli. limip nio.il in ;n exrollnnt ingredient to mix in with the j;riiiii given loyonnf stock. os(ii'in',ly c.ills, which shoulti liavo protmtl outs aa noon ns thoy are i nveaniiil. liiiral ,eio Yorker. ' O:ir, And rye nro verv similar to end) othnr in oonixnition. To ninko pood fcc-d for horse corn hIioiiM m iiiixod with tlii'in. A bushel of rye, two liUfllielt of oats mnl livo of corn, ground together, will make excellent food. J'rairic Farmer. Hasty Cup Pudding: Heat four spoonfuls of flour with a pint of milk nnd four eggs to a good batter; nutmeg and sugar to tasto. Butter teacups, fill them three parts full and send thorn to the oven. Will bake in a quarter of aa hour. AHhiiii Journal. ' Sponge (linger Cake: Two and a half cups of New ( 'rlenns molasses, one oup of butter, ono cup of sweet milk, three and a half cups of sifted flour (irood measure), throe eggs well beaten, I'.utnieg, cinnamon and ginger to the ta-sto, two toaspoonfuls of soda dissolved in a little milk and added the lust thiDg. The. llouseholtl. A common bread pudding may bo improved bv. putting a sort of finish on the top of the whites of two oggs, two tahlespoonfiils of sugar and four tablo .spoonfuls of I'oeoanut. If you chooso you can use chocolate it) place of coooa n u t . ii. rrh an ye. This is an excellent recipe for Gra ham gems, and Jitters' from any before given: One cup of Graham Hour, one cup of lino Hour, two 'ggs, two cups of sweet milk one fourth of a tpn-pooiitul of salt. Havo the gem pans hot and the oven hot. and twenty minutes will be, lonr enough to bake thor.i tifcuc- !nd Leader. Od-elolh must be wiped perfectly dry as it is washed. Use little soap, atid this in tepid water. Change often. A good brush nnd a piece of dry llannel win miiKe oii-rioth look like new, espe cially if linseed oil or skim milk bo well rubbed in after washing. II, in addi tion to these precaut ions, they are var nished annually, thoy are almost inde structible. -Huston lluilgc'. L'ced and pasture in abiuadanco are what miik! lino fat hogs and healthy pork. The l tlle pigs are often trouble home, and the fanner shuts them up in a close pom just to keep ftheni out of mischief, and couse.iieiitly they are de prived of grass and green food at I ho very time when it is mowt important they shonld have ths kind of food. To avoid tu.: niisrli cf wh eh l'ltle p.gs may tin by running wherever ithey please, and at the samo time allowing them the advantages of pasture, .every farmer should have a lot of ample sio, so fenced that the smallest pig can not escape from it, and then turn theui Joose antl lot them enjoy full liberty. V. ir. 'Tribune. j . I " ' 1 TEXAN SHEEP-HERDERS. The Free and Easy Life Led by the Shepherds of Texas and Mexico. In riding about the ra,ige it was very pleasantito tied, as one. constantly did, J by the side of some motte" (Texan for i a considerable cluster of scrub growth), 1 or beneath the shade of a great live-;! oak. or on the barren fane of a divide, '. the little canvas A-tivits of the herders, nestled cosily to circular pens for the ' nhcep, and generally surrounded by -I brush to prevent the intrusion of inipiis- i itive cattle Within the tent a sheep-; skin or so, stretched outhe ground or , on a lattice of branches, for his bed, i and without, a padlocked chest, with a co lieu mill screwed to the top, in which j he keeps his rat'ons, a skillet and a few ! other utensils hanging from the bruncl.es j of a no .ghboring tre . a whitened huf- ! f.ilo's skulhfor a nictate, & smouldering ! .iiru this little spot, with its surrounuVi ing fence shutting out the solitude, is'! the herder's palace, sclilos. villa, town i jinil cininlr. house, "i-itguro." savs ' Juan, as he lights a bro.cn cigarette ml ipienchts.-; the yellow fuse in an wipty cartridge shell, "im.u wants bats tittle here below. Ihev ere a Denial . .j,i i, ,1... C i... i tit OUU LIIU , Utl U oi: arrived arjout mid day they would Mga'o him with scraps of jurked beef, a citl.ti of imleii veued bread e.iokcd in the skillet ami olVte which, i-jousiiicring wlint it was mailo of, was :a very in spiring drink. In particular I recall the -pastor Tala ico. a very Hotly fellow, wit k. curly bltv k hair and eyv.n, a line nost- with a patrician lift to tiie no-lrils, a liltiie black irri-ttii-lio, br slUiug like a cat'e. on a siu'luig lip. a red handker chief about his &.'ck; he was mery vol u -bio id soft word', and made 6l;o waste blossani with h t, , distinguished maimer. A do n of these .camps were to be dis cover! about the fange, and tie brush fences and unused morals of many more, which had been used and would beu-ed again g the sheep were moved from graing-ground to graing-gronnd and portions of the range temporarily ex hausted. From his camp the herder goes forth at daybreak with hie Hock of fourteen hundred ewes and lambs or two thou sand wethers, grainjf slowly toward the creek or neighboring water hob', whero at noon he lies up in the shade; and to it he slowly returns in the cool of the afternoon, the Hock moving in Joose order among the mesquites, tak ing a nip here, a nip there, but ever hanging together and dependent, tha most gregarious of animals. In their unity of act on, in their interdependence and solidarity, the timid sheep are ca pable of a momentary suggestion of awe. About weaning-timo a couple of largo Hooks gut temporarily together, and ono could see driven by the herdor a compact mass of four thou sand sd ancinover the prairie with a ipi ek step, "a unit in aggregate, a simple in composite," their impassible countenances ga.ing fixedly forward, resembling, it seemed to me, a brigade going into action. For most of the year it is thought by no means advisa ble the fold tho sheep in tlio corral at night so they sleep at large near it. Kspe hilly on moonlight nights they are apt to be uneasy and move from thex bed ground short distauc.es, when the herder (pnLs his tent, and, rolling a cigarette, follows his fanciful flock about the blanched and wistful pruirie till they subside: then, throwing his cloak over his shoulder with the swing of ua hidalgo, he falls asleep I es'de them. The herder's inciibuits are the fort nightly arrival of It's rations and the weekly or possibly more frequent visit of .he .siipciviit 'iident to count and ex amine his ilock and inquire aff.sr the general cowl lion of things. Tho Mex ican herder invariably ilruiMiill knowl edge of Knglish and compels o::u to meet liun on li s own ground, which, it is nieilles! to say. is a far cry from Cus tile: and in em outliers between Jnau and tlii 'i(i"j-; ii t 1 1 ) ill the lino feathers of syultK am apt to fty in a way 1 shall not a'leuip'. !o rcproilujc. Ai'v tncot.i Mdjjo. ' .in -. j I I j I , A BOSTON LYRIC. rbm the winter nmrn Is breiiktnn over Innd- frnie flnl Willi snow Anil 1ti is. I, I hiis snnt. llio nienuiry ilown to tM or twelve linlow; M'hrn the ticiir'ters, nMvertnff, rlso from tieil uuri ijmrkly ilnn their clothes And hiit-rr lo Itio 1'nrlor piuve to thaw their fisic.lnir Iwfi: When peopln who nist to fit work hy seven o clock or m With irlov.'il tiniKlrM'tilcM their ours nnthrniifh tho icy BtrcelH Itiev ffii; When ttiocitiiH of milk nre fn7.en that am stHnitlnif Ht t.hn lioor, Anil pver hoily says 11 never wns fo isilil bo j tore Then thn fair nnd pentle tnaiilon from hr-r Htueiticr kchohI iiwiikcs. But no ii 1 rii pt lo leave the coueli so snutr iin.l wm in k)ic imiki-s. thft feels she not ijulte rested. All day ye8- tcrntiy torn Hhoppeil, And nkHted Rt the rtiiK lait night until she nortriy dropped. "I'll tko unotlier iiHp,"sho nays, ttio beautl fill omiir iiidv. And mi'Hntliun um will lljrlit tho flm and (rot tho breakfast ready." It 7IVrtfon i?eartrr. THE PATIENT OX. "Sammy Tucker's" Experience with a Yoke of Steers—A Log- Expedition Which Speaks for Itself—Fun in the Woods. I have never before written an article for publication, but will attempt to give my exiKTicnoe as brielly a.s iossible. 1 have lived on a farm all my lifo and havo worked all sorts of horses and mules, but not long ago I tried a yoke of cattle. Yes, just tried them ono day, aud If I know myself I will never try it again. A mule can kick tha life out of a fellow In three seconds, and a bronco can buck you higher than a troctop ami tie halt a mile irotu the nput v. lien you come clown; oat that 13 a quick, easy deatli beside being killed by degrees. lien a mum or bronco takes a notion to slay his victim he does It out right llrit the ox will drag you through the thick brush all -day by cue leg, or knock you down and drag a sixteen-foot saw-log across koth legs and tJion stand there Ibree days and nights without food and wwter, until lie is sure his victim Is dead. Sonr.o people may think I sttrak a little hatd'jf those faithful, obedient animals, as thcyxe sometime called, but I sneak from experience, till, how I hate them I Hut 1 will .low try to explain to yon how I ever attempted to work a yoke of oxen. You see Uncle Hill Loveheart, that is wbe 1 live with., alers wwits me to be at THE EXPEDITIONS MULE. work at something, he says Idol hande'n:ids mischief. So the otluil morning he g;ive me my choice to cut out -fence cornel's, or haul logs for the old man while, of corse L chose the latter ah. it would be much easyer'Vork handling logs with a yoke of slow, lazy cat tle than nutting out fenco cornet .v. itl. a big old dull heavy brush cytlm while the inercurv was one l-anilred degrees above zero. Old Hob White gave nie a Hii: yoke of red cattio to work, and 1 don't. believe they was ever yoked up Hefore, or it any rale they didn't act like it. The 'timber from which I was to haul the logs was situated ali, nit hait a mile from fits saw mill and il, look me a good three hours to drive front the mill to tho timber. I got their at las tlumgl!, anil muling autre opeij Bpot 1 left my wagon and proceeded to snake the logs out of the braish with the cattle. 1 found a snndl cotton wod log and after soma lively whipping 1 managed to get close enough to tie one end of a lurge rope around the little em! of the log. d had t:o chain and I was compelled vo lie the rope in a running noose. Hy this tisno tho -cattle was getting their HNiod up mud so was I. The Mercury stood at. a hundred and 1 stood at one hun dred and lilt.v. I started them up and they went if the opposite iliroctloa from where I tad left my wagon. In trying to turn them the rope slipped off, and forgetting myself, 1 grabbed at t)e rope, and In so .iii:iig 1 -steped my foot right lu the running sioixc. I had on a pair -of stiff, stogy Hoot and :tiie rope drew so tight .around my uncle Ihat it almost stopped the H end front I'srculatiKg. I was thrown flat nn my Bark quicker than one could .count three, and away they went over logs, 'Ilrush, sUuiups and s-mie ol 'itlie wourst JUicis that Kiver disgraced u civilized country. I uiada several atlcnupts to grab the rope, bBt "With out success. The grout goodness thought I, .how will 1 evm- get loose, will tho tamell old fools take tue .back to tho mill, or.will they just ninth te .around over tlio woodtcall lii'-V. 1 lookeA up to see what direction they were traTeling it, nnd I saw to .my hirror aud dismay that they were traveling in a westerly direction, while the ssiw.inlll vim south. Yw, they wero going West, hw far West lAey woi going lo go f didn't knew, nor hut lit.t'.o till t care if I could only get loose. Front tho direction thut they were now ginug If not molested they would certingly in the lOorso of livo or-sli. weelM reach L'tnl:: hilt who wanted to .be GOING WEST. dmf cod for six weeks by ono leg? A large treelop was soon reached and the cattle was coiiicpulled to change their course. They now chose a northern direction, and went otf just as fast as their old stilt legs would carry them. As 1 have heretofore stated that tho weather was eiu'omnly warm and perhaps tho cattio hid taken a fool notion to visit Northern Minnesota or the Dominion of Can ada and spend a few weens of the hot weather just as people souiotlnu s do, but Whatever induced them to want to take nie along'.' Hv this time my clothes was about ell gone, nnd my hide aud Uesh was begin Jiiiitf to disappear with them. Kvory bush I would pass it would throw lis twigs around me and hold on just as if I was one of its dearest friends, and il wanted to save nie from 'om awful fate which awaited me. Tho rcso brire and thorny red haw would strike i ne in the face, catch me by the hack of tho head and hold on as if trying to tear inn loose at all hazards, and when com I polled to lot co it would take out a lock of my h ilr to remember me by. 1 only wish 1 could describe to you tho agony of those dieadl'ul moments, which seemed to mo like lo!i hours. Hryaut sajs to en I deavor to speak or write without a good supply of wolds is as absurd as to endeavor to till tha earth without tho necessary Implements, or lo build a house without sulheiont material. Hut words can never dcsriihc my feelings. All this time 1 was ts:ioauili. lid' help and cunnu the cattle. rvlsed my bend snd lookiil to hop where wo woro KoinK. 1 he rattle vn Just reach InR an opcnltuc In tho woods, the opcnini" pniTPil to Isi a i learini" made by some one, and 1 now lu'sran to think how nuich ensycr would lie ilrmrKlns: over cleared tcrnnnd than throui.'h tho tluek lirush. l!nt 1 soon found out ililleient. The uioiinil had Imm ii lately cleared hy some scamp, Vtlin had cut every stnli about three Inches hi.'h. I had nut went more than half way across the clearliiK when some one yelled out: "Hear, what is the matter over their'.1'' and tho next Instant nil old man came riiiinicn across the woods making; the brnsh crack. After relealinr my foot the old man tied my bleeding remains up in nn old table cloth anil carried me to his house wheru medical aid was summoned. 1 relate this A GOOD SAMARITAN. story as one o t lo narrowest risks oi my lite. Hut the im.-t singular thing about this story Is that the cattle has never been seen since, and now old Hob white wants me to work for him one year to pay for the stcars. You soe when that old man re leased my loot from the hantle he just left the cattl.' go where they pleased. I told the old mail white whero I thought they were going. "Snmmy Twker,'' in 1'cck'u THE NEXT THING TO IT. It Wasn't Fire or Murder, but a Catastrophe Equally as Great. A woman ran out of a bouse on Heau blcn street tho other day crying "lire" as loud as sha could yell. A pedestrian who w a9 passing by sprang up the steps and into the hall, and, being unable to sen or smell smoke, he turned to tho gasping uiwt excited woman and asked: " Whero is the lite? 1 can't see any signs of one." " 1 I didn't mean lire I 1 I meant murder!" she repliivl. " Is there a man !u the house?" " No, sir." " V ho tried to murder you?'' ."Oh, I didn't mean murder, 1 gsyss; but the awfulest, biggest rat yon ever sot eyes on chased our cat across tho kitchen and then stood aid g-1 a red at me kike a tiger thirsting fnc blood! Ofc! sir, vou'd better turn in t lire alarm and 1ft 'em kick in all thcrjixirs and bnv.k in ill the windows and Hood the hc.ise. The rat must be killed hefore ho coutiuits svme ter rible deed!" liclruU. Free I'rrsj. HE FIXED HIM. How Shrewd Husband Removed a Tramp from His Premises. "Who's that at the kitclieu ilnof?" asked Sir. Jollikin of his young ifc, last Sunday, just after bronklasL "It's a tramp, and I'm bothered to dofcth with theui," she replied, as she got up to go after the visitor. "Wait a minute, my dear," s.ild her fcus band, "I'll lix him so ho won't trouble you any nicie." "That's a darling husband," she Raid, lovingly. "You lire always ready to help me and to-s&y pleasant things to nie." lie kissed her and went out and ill fivo minutes he returned. "Well," 'pieried his wife, "did you fix him?" "Yes; 5 iTavc him something to eat." "Why, you shouldn't have done that He'll be srreto emtio right back and worry me more than ever,-' she su d, petulantly. "Oh, no no won't, love. 1 itave lnm a pocketful id those biscuits you made l'oi breakfast'' Merchant Trnvclcr. DARWINISM. As exempli lied hy tho ittter-day -dude aud his sIkkiow. Num. An Overwhelmed Mother. .lohnnie't another told hin.rhi look lu the dictionary Sur tho word '"S:ur," and V -uhii did so, and i(Ud so for several aiihiutos, w ith out success. "Well," iie said, with siano impatience, "do you Ami it?" " No'm," ihe answered, running ;his finger up ami: .down tha eolimi.is. ' Why not?" "'do's 't'aiu'j hero, that's Why." "Hut, Johj!ide, it must ho chere." " I know it ain't.'' " You are not looking in the ir.ght plaiKj, I guess." " Yes'in, I am.'' "Why, this liiiu't the L' you've gut 'here," exclaimed ltis mother, luking the kjok. "Course it aiu't It's Noted Xuiues of Fiction.' Ami tl'at the place iV look fur it?" The mother uat overwhelmed. Mer chant Trarelci: A Change Yarn. 'Tallc about your Kansas porn," iid a fdior.t-iiocked bull-dir on 'Change thu othuKlay; It's nothliijr to some my father rained ono time when I was a liUlobny. That .was com, and no tuistaUe about it." " Tdl us about it," tuhl a man with X Kitidy fj-atec, to whom tlm remark had ap parently been addres-sed. " Vher tho old muu got the seed, I don't jst know, but 1 iiMiiemher he only had a lew grains of it; enough for a hill two. lie planted it in I lie garden, and drove a stikc lu the iriound alomrsiile of tlia hill, so he would know w here to look for It. Well, sir, I iiovcr saw corn grow like that did. It seemed to fairly jump alone;, and I never knew naythini; to yield like it before or since. Kvery stalk had live big cars on it, and there was three s:ood-sizd nubbins on the stake, aud it wasn't a very Kood ueasou for corn either." Vliidijij Led'jei: Free of Charge. "I'd like to consult you on a private mat tor," he said to a (Iriswold street lawyer the other day. "How much for your ad vice?" "That's according to tho case. W hat U it?" "I want to ask if I'd bettor get a divorce from my wile.'" "Oh, woll, I'll givo you soino advice foi nothing. If you'll only wail a few day you'll probably bo a free man. I filed a bill fur her yesterday!" IMrull tee 1'rcnn. An Idle Youth. "I think," said Colonel Fizilotop, "that Johnny Is getting to bo too trifllni for any thing. Ho Is tho laziest boy in Austin." "ihat may he, but he irets up at six o'clock in the luoriiin, I notice," replied Mrs. l-'iz.leUip. "O, ho does that so ho can hmve mor time to loaf." Ten Hijtingt. A HINDOO FUNERAL. The Scorching and Ultimate Submerging of a Woman's Corpse. A bed of straw was spread close by tho bank, and tho corpse laid upon it. Tho body was wrnpped from head to foot in a red cotton nig. Then more Straw was piled upon tho body And a very little wood upon that, after which ono of the relatives touched a lighted match to the straw. The mourners sal down upon their heels in a group to windward of the pile, nnd chatted so cially while they watched it burn. The wind was strong, nnd it burned fiercely for About three minutes, and then very moderately fur about ten more, bv the end of which time the fuel was all con sumed. Then the mourners arose, dip ped water from ' he river and drowned out the tire; the corpse lav there almost intact, and we all saw that it was a woman. The limbs were drawn up and the face contorted, the hair was burned away, and the entire remains were black and hideous, yet only the skin and hair were burned. Presently one mourner put a stout stick under the neck, another put another stict under tho hips, and at the word the carcass was tumbled over tho edtre of tho bauk. and fell into tho water with a loud splash. A few yards further down it re appeared at tho surface for a moment; upon which one of tho cremators reached out with his stick and pushed it under, after which we saw it no more. Not more than ten yards below that we saw tho heads of two large gaviais that floated at the surface, watching tho pro ceeding's with evident, interest. Two Years in the JuikIi: Lead-Poisoning at Sea. The Paris Municipal Laboratory has received a report concerning an epi demic of lead-poisoning which recently happened on a Norwegian vessel coming from Cadiz. Several of the crew exhib ited symptoms of lead-poisoning, and tho vessel was put into port in New York. The Ciirtairt aud several of his nicu were sent to ti:o hospital at Coney Island. Two men died; the others re covered, after suffering severely. The affair was investigated, and ft was ascer tained that impure drinking water was the cause of the catastrophe. The ship's tank was painted inside with red lead; the water became of a yellowish color. Tho Municipal Laboratory has issued a ri coromendatkMi to landlords and all persons who have cisterns or water reservoirs thstt resin or tar, dissolved in turpentine or'beny.ino, slMuld.be used for painting then. It ap pen's that in Parts and its subr.rbs a great many cisterns are painted with pigment contjuiviiig oaH. liritt.-h Medical Juurtail. A Houston Anecdote. A prom'ne nt member of the ITimStinn Tex., bar, and an ok' friend of OeiiOTal fviui Houston, tells tfca followinjr char acteristic anecdote o the great Texan: "The las', time I 'met Gett-ral Sun Houston I was travelling wfc'h biiu in the stage from Hallottsville tt Navastda. He amused me with his nnoedotce all day, and toward evening naid: 'Hut now, my young friend, 1 am grnv ing old. 1 liave buried the tomahawk. I have ev.'ti forgiver liichardson, o the Sew, and (lushing, of the Trlg't:i, and 1 wouldn't lay the -weight -:f a feather on their backs itnless it'ieve was tar there to Make it stick.' Tin; two edilors nicntit ed hail been, and still were, bitter iHilitieal enemies o' the old here, of ban Ja.unto." Boston J'ust. Thf betrothed bride of a Sprinpficld man objects to morrviii"; Hiini w h! c in niDurniii for tht death of a reh.ti.e, and he iias waiteii'tliirty-livo ycarv for an interval in her prief, so close toji'ilher havo hticu tho hcrcavcuiouts.- jV. X. Hun. The Emperor of Kttssla travula in orailroad car.s that uncc ljtuiii":ed ti jS:i jiolcou ill!., but tlicv have been pf 'atlv nnprovl and are-iiaid tmlto the tne.st in the world. Cause for Rejoicing. J Cl.Ci!fKATi. The "imen Stnr says: '"A mnarkotle discovery tuadellast wintr lu aitractin; widi-apret.d iutnr.int. As it iu vclvos a Dioet fmportf.ut question that of public hetJth it is bdin'iliscussod by emi naat phyticiaris aud public muu. It ia Bbfwa conclusively tiiat th"aat and luns; troubles cin bo curod without resortinp;to th.uao of morphia a" opiuti, especially daoerouu in tho caw of ckddreii as ar resting development, sjid pitaouine; tho system. 13ie Governor af iibu-yland and all tiie otBci-'Us of that JStato endorse tho remedy: thii State chemist .of Delawure proituno68 it tbo purest and ii5st offect ivo, cud hospitals and charitnilo institu tions ia I'hlladolphia and otiior cities use it with rctuurkablo results. Tbo remedy, which ie only twonty-liv iuts a bottle, is Red Snar Coiish Cure. It is purely vege table; it contcuns no poisou or iiarcotics, and is c jJoaiUia cu e. It is only natural that young ladies ihould puis for a spruouoe; uwn. THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI, November 14, 1885. tit VII PTOl'K :aW.'o -.'oiinnolil M (it. S :ii l iioice llulii-iuxi. lib 4 ;.'5 tj, a 4u IK)l iS I oiniiHUl t nod puckers. . . PH Klil' liood lo vliw.cf Hill It- l-um,lj CUAiNW neat l.oijrbci-ry r t.'o. -1 red l.t.l'll No. - nci'eij VUs No. ucxed Ilj c -.No. HAV-T.niothy -No. 1.. 'lllli At '."I I t o Ul II JO I I US. . . 1,11,1 Mediums PUOVI Ii iNS-l'nrU Mens. . l.uta -I'r inc sleiiai Ill 't'l ICt -I'toicv Jm.ry Ohio . I ciilncl'i Al'l-I.HS- I'l il ie.' ll'i'A'l III..S -pel' burrul i RI 3 4a t w t oo :v o tM . 4 as 4 if 111 t v 4ft (ii 4.rii (' 7'4 ti.'i'.jW. li 1 , Vi on l .K Oil M, V 7U 1U UU Ull4 Ti HA 0 .'A H(l IS HI, 1 M u, 1 ;." 14 a i 1 !ii 1 Till NEW YORK. I'tirll Soile flld U islcrn . Jl 15 I'll US m up, iiri (ill. I N Wfci-iit No. ::cii cnnii fcn. - ic( t .urn Ni.. V. mixftd I lal s - :n lt d I'Ol: Iv- Mess I.AI-1' VV'i.sicrtl mem lid Ml (.1,10 ml U li 42' i CHICAGO. rUHnt-rHnlo GJIAIN-U In n: No S red.... No t Ii eru (rpr-ii- Corn No. :' ' I inih-Nu. ". live iM .KK --Me-! I,AlUl--K..ol 'IS HO'i (iS KIJ4 KO 4.1 id :m U id US, 8 bil Si U li H 10 6 10 BALTIMORE. - (J U l N W'lif-u No - 4 4S' n's ;i 10 no "4 '.4 iS, 3 T', di, 6 :)T", HI' j. lorn in .'.fi I nil -in ted rmivi.su jx.s-- I'oriv-.Miis bard -Itetincd CA TTI.i: - I'irst quality..-, HUUS 81 U 60 a 75 4 X'5 INDIANAPOLIS. Wheat -No ; reil $ 4 'tun nil .ved tuiis -uiixcd in .- 4.1 LOUISVILLE. rimtrA Ko. I $4 13 I.IK.UN W lo ut-No.2 red I orn nn a ed i ihu -mixed POM h HU.-SS I.AlliJ sictiiu (I 4 : lift fl 4i nt IT," 1 1 iii y 011 "DROPPED DEAD." "DROPPED DEAD." The Fate That Overcame "Little Mac" and Five Other Governors. Apropo of tli sudden death of Oftnrl OeorgD B, McL'lelliin, w not thnl lb Now York Hun points out tb ingutar fuct tht OoTi-ruor lVlt Clinton, Out- nor Kilu Writht, IKivurnur Wlllluin t Mercy, Oovoruor mid t'hi 'f-Justlc bsu furd li. I'liiircli, nnd llmermir R. K. Kfu ton, all ot .New York Nlat,', tit opird (cud vf heart use, uud umti-r quite tttt nlu'ul cii etnttttnee -nich fl litem dying xe'ian fling n litter rxri 'l Mitrcy, w lio wn i- 1'Uslll; Cowpfl' 8 poems I Hold yuur tiiin.l against inn rum on your lott hide, li'.int, tliw reiiliir, Htcudy Peni le,; ul tn great " loi ce puiup" ot tho hvh t. hi, run by nn unknown and luviOt'i'iouti K.itnri-r, is awtul in Hi imprchsiTiMiea I l''W pe.sons like to ceiuit ttipir own pUis-'-b.-uts, uud lewcr persons still oujoy iiuii lviii i llu " ttiuli ttiub" ol llioir own biiii'i . " What ij it nhmdd flip a hmt!" At a oni'iter ot lacL tlirf hesrt la the least uscuptitdj to priiuiiry diH.'asu of any ol our vital urgans. It lii, however, Tery much injiii,! ly certmu lon-eonlinued coiiltuhuouh of llitf vital orgiins, like tlio kidney, liver nnd Btoniacli. Moreover, Ldood" tillud with uric acid piodnccs a ri euiimlic tuiidency, uud is Tin y iiijiinoim to bcaUuiul lienrl aciioii it often prove tutsl, uud, of course, tho uric ucid come lroiu impuirnd kidney ticiion. Koliei'is, the v.reui Kugltsli authority, says t.uul hciirl iTiseimo is cliielly Heeoudai y to aoiuw inure lutnl malady lu the I.KkiiI or other vital organs. That is, it is not the or.giuat source (if the fatal mala ly. '1 he work of tlm heart is to toree blood in o evry part of the sjstfliti. If tlio vrgnns urn bound it in nil easy task, li they urn nt all disonsu I, it is a very, vrry herd tusk. T.ikl- us ml illustration: Thd kidnevs urn very subject to eougcmioii mid yet, b ing itelicicnt in the nerves of HCtltUllioll, tills COIlgeStod Cclldltioll is Kid imtietited b'J "tin. It iiuiy uxiBt tor yeius, utikuoM u win o pliVNiciiins, nnd if it il..s not result tn comijU'te destruction of the kidneys, the exl.r.i work winch is forced upon i lie heart v. enkens it every yr, and a " mysterious" suddcu death ciaiin-i another victim 1 ,This is the true history of "hnnrt'disenso," so ciiUud, wlocti in reality is ciu -1 1 v a Bceondary olfect of Height's disease ol the kidneys, nnd iinlicities tlm universal need ot that rruowned speuitic, Wurnor' sufe cure. H. F. i,arrnbee, Esq., of Jloston, who was by it so wonderfully cure 1 of Bright'a disease, in 1S7U, says that with its disap pearaueo went tho distressing heart dis order, which ho ttiea discovered w as only Bui ondary lo tho renal Iruuhle. 'lJieruisu general impression that the medical profession is not at, .fault if it fr.iukly admits that, hiuirt disease is ihe c.iuso of death, lu other wo ds, u euro of heart disease is not expected of theui! There limy lio no help for a l.riiken down, worn out, apoplectic heart, lull (hern is a help for th kidney disorder wnich in iuos cases is respous.l.ln l'ui the tit-art trouhlft, and if its use put, money and fume into tfco treasury of the prolcssion instead of into the hands of nn iud. pcu il nt inveslx r.'.or, every graduated ducior In tlio world nould exdniiu of it, us ,ne, nobler mil U-ss prejudiced than Ins fellows, once exclaimed: 'lt is a tiod-seud to hu miuity!r: ! lint iL-.ereroro uiiisi oe xno puiine esti mate of that bigotry and want of irank ness w hi'.ch forbids lu such cases (because forsootl" it is a proprietary article ), the use of the fc-uo eiluctive. riudial agoucy of the age!1 " Iln'trt disensn," indeed 1 Why not -all such thin ;s by their rielit names!1 Wll',- 1101? " l)o ad without a rrif.ment's warning." This likewise is an untruth! Warn ns are .-;iven by the tlmusaud. riiysi.-ians are '"not surprised. K They "expected it !" They know whr.t tile end will be, l.ul the 'victim!' "oh no. ho mustn't b told, vob know, it would .t.iIv fri hr. ii fci.n, fur the" o is no help, ,a know, lor it !" 'II ic fate that u'lteroled "Little Mac" nnd the five governors i not a royal an I cx cluuvo one it threatens every one w ito fai.'slo heed the warnings of untitle as set fo th above. .Miss i i'iimi! I . i ittlnti, lirrni'i'lv a nt' toil Nt'W Yuri: niiiirtu-tiT, w:is innrriril li'.'i'iitiy, in l.iMi.'Iiin, Id Mr. lrilri irk C! ink, a wi'iiltliv".)ii.ivli:itit. I.li-r sisti-r, Vii'toria ('. riYKtllinll. wms in:tfi ii'it Sfinic tiitn; :io '.n Joliti Hiililli'r.'n Martin, a liankrr, ami vt althv, of cuui'M'. Miss Chillin's isciinti' ftiiif' of 1WIIS till' liiisliitii.l Ijfiirs tho title of iln Mnr.si'rati', liiv-tivA i'il by tins rurt;i,"'Ml, in wliii-li timiniry lu-rstati- . Ciutra, upiiusitf Lit;- k on. '. J'. ' ii une. ' A curious pulilii: lionsii is 'ihe latest attru-'lintis in I'ai'is. ttmiintr It is alleil La '1'avi'Pne iiu Hajjue. 'I'lie wiills i.re lnm;; with paintings lviiri.-i'titin: tlie horrors uX e nvii't life, inli'rs.i'i'.-i'il with portraits (il notorious ('iinuiiiiiists. All the waiten; are tlressed in cotiviet luniforin, ami wtarthe ihains Htnl hmi trts of the n r;iilMryrc'i. Tlio lainllori! is Cit.-U'ti Maxi:ne Iishonne, one of tho leaders of the insurrection of 1871. Queer n a ii.ee hail from tho Iiasiiuo .provinces of Spain. Two ollieials in t he Treasury Depuriciie.nt ut Mailriil, w ho claim Hasipie 3scent, ctill liienisclvcs rj'spei'tively Don Epiftmio .Mirurzuriir .dtiniluay Zenj;oliile anil Don Juan Kepotnueeno i' liurisnaoiita.storeca eooeaccoceha. Every county, save one, in Massa chusetts Frank iiu, anil that has mimic usccniloiicy of only seventy-four has a ereater number of females than males. JJuntun Juuriiul. Brown's Little Joke. "Why, Iirown, how short vnur coat Is," Slid Jones Due day to his ffietnl ISr.avn, wiio wittily replied: "Vua; lut it ill be long euout,'h befuro I u't unuthi'r." .Soino mi'ti spend so muck for medicines that neitlr held nor help thein, that new clotlioe is w ith thi'in like iinels' viBila few and fnr between. Iiitermil fevers, wenkib-ss of tho limes, churl ness of breath nod linu'erins ci'UKhs, simu yield to the mimic influence of that royal "remedy, I)r. It. V. lTurce's "tioldeu Medical Discovery." The iminodinte delivery Rvstetn Your money or your life. JSn.ituu Courier. Young Men. Read This. Voltaic lilXT ( 'o., of Marshall, Mich., offer to M'ii.1 their cub-luaied IOi.kctko- Vol taic Hklt and other Klkctkio Aim-mancks on trial forlMilays, to men (young or obi) (itllieted with nervous debility, loss of vital ity and all kindred troubles. Also lurrheu muti.sui,nciiral;ia,pnralyt,is,(i!id many oth er diseases. Complete restoration to health, viKor.Htid manhood iiiiarauteHd. Mo risk in curred, us .'HI days' trial isnPowed. Write theinutonee for illu-tratud jiuiiipliltit, free. A thansi'oiimation that is renlly won derlul Wlieu a hoi so is turned into a pusluro. $500 Reward. proprietor of Dr. Safe's Ca tarrh Hciiiedy for years made a Htitiiiliii, pnblie oiler in all Amiu ieuu newspapers of .i00 riiwiird lor u case of catarrh that ho could not cure. The present, proprietors but e renewed this offer. All the dm yists sell this Kmneilv, together w'lh the ' Dnm he," nnd all other applianivs nd viseil to be used in t-onui'i tion with it. Mo catarrh patient is longer ul le to say "I enn not be cured." You ;et .'j'lUO iu cuao of fuiluru. An Omaha man advertises horse. W hat striinyro tajtu4 huvo. VltieiKJu Mill. f.ir a blurry soma puopk' Stricture of the urethra In Its worst forms, speedily cured by our new uud improved methods, rnmphlets, ref erences and terms, two three-cent stumps. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Wi ilaiu btruut, liullulo, . Y, A uoUANTio story the one In nhii'lt your best lives. ltniivitle lieeeze. Pi Kit's Tooth ai ii K liuoes cure in 1 minute, Siio (ilrim't Sulphur .Sihiji lu-uls unit beuutilies. fc'.e. Ukiuian Cohn i::. mom. u Lllls Corns iluuiou The Irftst kliil of swrvacLt tor liotulu ft month's trentnif-nt. for Mr. rise's Rnmrdy for t atiirrh. Hold by druggists. A met with Iror," l.xrnns ontsidfi. i HI , a nibv doi? rnlls h!m nil tln bulk is on the t'l Here rV. V. XT,"" A TRADE V". MARK X.J MARK. 5 -'r 1 i V AhuoUttrlit Vre frtn VitlatiM. Mmrtlca ami I'olMin. r- a SURE. PROMPT. AT I'll TIIK IIUKLJM A, IH.i:(.RH IIV, HAl.TIHOIir, MO, EVKUY ClIIXiU 1 In -;llil, ,1 lu Coughs, Crcup Whooping Cough Cnnrie-Uin. TIIF1H I'lltl VTS TO OONMU IVX X'I' ION T a n I j 1 rs; 't'l m 1 : Taylor's Cherokee RemerJj of Sweet Gum and MuV Tin1 F (ft (.um fr.'in ntn-i'-'f tl mum Itik in I ht- Si'iiih. 'nmiili.t'it wh h it Mi!ll.''n !-'';if iifMi""! I tlr'.U. lr iiiwll Hi e.1 i 'MI't II '111 I PIT In If ft-tin tho hy all Urnjf- WAL1 -V. TAlUfU, AtliMH, A "Wayne, Du Pape Co,, IllinoU, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE 1'tVthl-ron llr-a vnlnrd ul R,r00,OIIO, Tl hi. 1. In. lua, ahoul j 70 PE!. CEHT OF ALL HORSES Wh 'o rnvItT of hl M-1 i- (titt'll-hn. hv p'ttl nr.--" r- i roplfil in tiifPorrhfron Etui Book of yrajioe, ""'J I tStUtl lUKik t'Vt f i .ilU!i'-l 111 tli.iU'iiuiiU-.v, EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. STOCK ON HAND: 140 Impiirtrdliruiid Sam coo Imported Stallions, Old -nmi;h for ivl vnu, 125 COLTS two jv.'im nl.t aiij younger. I'.i'C.i il Iny . I tirhi. rlplr i , ,.,., ,1 v.v nil Inl. 111. K. nt l.rr,,t.-i-v ttu.t. tu.w- . II I.i.hI ,.T,lr,,,.l4 ,..,.v l. ll.lf'f t I) lu If tll.ir , U... ..u a . ,'. ri-onl.Hl. ttit-v pit, nit.l t.,- viiil ,,nlv i, ynol. K 1 will i'll nil iii..,irtr-l M." ir nt irru.!,- i. 1,-,-s li. n I iv.m.nt fp.rnl.il Midi III, itiiim.il s.,1,1, U,li.:i. v.-iif,. I.v tli" i-i'in;il i'r.-n.-!, ,-. ,llii. ,,(,. ,,r ii ;iml,.T iin.l r..,-..'nt in tlx- lvri-tii-iiiii Stud II. ...k nf l-'r. IIMl.puir,- I II . trut-,l 4 ulHl..iar m ilt fn i- .. vn.-, 1 1 U. . Im ;ir. mil. rt Vlof Cliu-..(,-u,,va the Chii-iit-g ,v. NortU-WciiU-ni iy . A New Wan. , CatarrH tWf my yi'.irB tlavi' Fllltcrr.l f rv ill rrt t ii n ti. I pn r. liuM'it Kiv'ln-ntni; ilm f -I ti.tw .'nn ,1 s, .11. V. III. Il Il .im i-l'IT.'.-tl. ,1 I V HI t-.l tliy l'.-i.l:ii-lir lli.it I fi i'! n;;..L-fl 'n't' II IH'W Tl 1 -1 Tl 1 lute I .Yi'iin .'in I.', I li t.. m-iiiv n i : il 1 !.i' i:ii.fl r.-nl-.- M. M. l:r. 1M s.. Ii.'. Il.'.-UT, Iiu; I 4'lil,l Nciirrrty t..ir Keriil. It w:i Him .it "l"" aini--i jr , I Itiioi-HMc to lir.-lllli,-t -C.A A tl ...n(,'t lav u,.-ih;i i 2lCV'' .O'V I -tlie Kt a I'.r-iun Rl-'f''',f'jTS j-r'ai l'.lin a all, ul. tli i' ihe fc'- i JC C xAvV' 1 ;'.:".,.Mr-'';,i.',r"T !'-"' iMf 0 u.J 'HiiJx JsrlMM- Hat-fever A jMrtle!" In iiprlPfl In'iicai'tl no, ti-f. I'fii'f ) ntiiliv ii.iillnr if, H i ll :1m ngri-r-itil" tn Mi:-lr.'. h. u l f..r ihi.,, I w'Kt', N. V. Thfi tn i-:i;s' .l MK, u iHMitrcl hi-frC ami Marrli, im h j f ar. Mtt'W intern, S'.i 1 1 1 ,j lMcht'K.wil it o vrr w liolr Pit t (Ilf int I lvryt (.tVKS l Juiolt N..lr i'ri.m tirt'et tn rtmstttnt-i oil mII imIh for pcrNonnl or family uiw. TrL.H Imw lu vnlrr, and iiui ( rout of evrrj- Ikilng; you uh, ra(4 tiriiik, wr, fir hnvc f in wl.li. 1'hmr 1 A I.l A ltl.i: IIOOIvS lUHtutti liiforninlliii. f;ltmiir front thr mnikfls if Itk4 M or ill. i will mall copy FHl to any ad dress upon rr:ri)t of lU t. lo fit-fray csiue of mUiuK. -t iiu ht-ar from yon. ItrajM-ct fully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 27 Si 22! Wabunh Arcane, I bii ago, Ul, For i1r Iiy all Btaili-nerM, Ki'wsmrn nn.l Fancy Guods lJealeia. Llln-ral iIibl-ouiiI t Uliitraile. Tlieee Discs ropreseut tho opposite sides of B. H. DOUCLASS & SONS' C'ai)Mici9iii Coueli lrop4 fr CtoiiRhs, Colds una Soro Throats, nn Alloviotor of Consumption, mnl ot Viem buuellt in most oimos of Dyspep.siu. (BEWARE Of IMITATIONS. ) rhey are the n-nnlt ,,f ovpr fnrty v-.u-. rxnerluin-a in oompauniluitf OUCUl lllj.M KDI l.J. Hetull prlet, 1.", roiila per quurler p.tunj. KOlt WALK IIY AI.I. Ill l.l li-i. TOIUIT IIMI.TII THi: l.IVEll Bl'St 111 tCI T I I OUOCR, iy v iumiivw;ii cm; Kr a im incur lor I.iver (iiin. Uinl h.wI ilL ru iu.,.i I - rtriu;i1 tir tnd ft mi.I it i.m of tin- r.ivtT,'nh Dvi'-p P!A Cii!lritlrtl.iH, ItlilollMlt'Mt. .IntUlttif.., Hi'ilil-H'tl?, iimiAria, KlitMiinat ikiii , -lr. it, r-jiiil.itfs ( hn t ANINVALUARLE FAMILY MEDICINE. 1 tWtlHJWllI - i,t If I IIIIIIIMU t J'rilVC I -,1, Hi, (nirini'H i fill mi?, tl ANT IHU' WKTWII.IJl I.J, Yi HI YH JlKIT A ins l lit; IrvM ll,H J t, l Dr. W. D. W i-lKtit, Cinelrm.itl, O-s.-ful-t iiip enrlorsc-5iri't-: J'1'11 pryi.-iiiM-a IMfi. i. 1111,1 s It A l.N A M l til '1 11 1; I.ll.(ui nn-H( liUin lii r ol t-iihi-s, mnl a!wa b wti It tui't (uii'ciih' m K'M'U Up ly Bf'vt iu) physlrlMiM. Thu pilh-lil Imii col.t iHKla nwt-Hin, In-cilo (eT, harHhainir cnuuhti, -ic. litt f.iiniiMMiri d liniiirdiuifi t.i ki l ijcn.-r, Mii lv. !it3 I M-Hlt. Ifl til hlH U,-ii;lf tifl.J'tl. 1IC WM. II Al.l.'M U41.MAM H)K 'I'll E M MiN H I hit inot-t ytlui.ulc cAiiccLoiuuL forUrcttkluK uit;uui;LM Uhtl Coltlh." r i i ii i rriv imwiiih im ii iiirari naiii mi n DVKK'8 BKAKll LMXIK -'r;'."1V1T;B,,'"'J , I'liitaimt, lii. All Sorts of hurts and many sorts cf ails of man and beat need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. aU i L 7 ( V. 7X KCts. I THE LAWSON CAID C0.A t -Mittn, 1. tli i" iti K-r tn I DR. RADVAY'C Garssparillicn flcsolycn, T1iai;rrtt Itlotxl I'urlllrr, for ( or ol' nil i liroiilr llNrnHpM. 'hrtntn lihumut pm, M.-r-f tiu. s t.'itllfln r-t-n-pl tmm, itr. (in r I i k mi I'lierent, rn- ; prfo 'fl uiimiluWr fciwriiltu', lfi Icy ( tm.-h, uv ettiiin A f' it Iuiih, M!"-t ilii, nf i in- ! iniit". l(i -!"'pj!e. Wi'it Hn-h. VShlio h-'Mnir, l-nim-r'". l,:ii1-i"L, M.iK-h., h t tiptf.iii of t Fa '. t';.'iT, H ii. I mm-!ii. r, 1 nit, in-niiM , l(i k.-m. hMii l;ii.Mir.s, hnm. httlw, i rinitii'ioa. lliit)(M, KUllify, HUtliLr, LlvtT CuiiV puiiiili', en. SCROFULA, Wticttirr lrin.nlltr(l from rHrrnri" f.r 'Ttttr-fl, I liln the ,-muiive ranKA of the MuraapMrlltlna i Hi hioe l-oi-n nill.l'' whTll prnn ttsvt-hpn f fl I. !! wl'h fir I.. fnl f'-.ini llelr w'il !i in, t,, '.n. I' '.(! 4u. i. ...f t. SU. Iltlillll Hillleil. ( i l l v n i sin. nr. i ,y , i- .o-e,l nf h.i.-.li.-iilw nf e 1 1 -ft. . , 1 1 n rv liie-t !, a ', ,r, Irs. , m lal t. purlfv, Ic'il. r.-i'iiir mi.l lio ikf ,oe t'.e hr-'ke'l .I.iwti iumI hh,., I....U. l.ie'k, (.li imatil, mifp iin.l pent i. ce nt In 1 1 t reiioicnt H'el en r'-. Hulil by Mil (Iru.gWIa. Ontt ftnllNr m tMlttle. nnnwiwio ready RELIEF tin' relief nutl cure of all Piiina, CunRt Uotn an A DnirnADVAY'S FILLS Fr 1 YIrrI arid fn1 .In - of 1 In- MoniRi li. HlhOUl IH'nH, l'lll'H, Ht U.lki4 he r, IU '!. 'i'nl li.n'tnti. etc. Ii-lr' cm la DR. RAOWAY k CO., 32 Warren Sreel, N. Y. ITTi J TREATED FREE. XJI . 11.31. tlllMKIV rth C TV, Spocfnltt for Eleven Yenrs Past, Hnvf tnnii il l'rnv mill 1h rump! ti-nt 1 "? i if h th intibt wimili'1-riil hili'1'i't.K : ijn.- v''l dim' r in fit lew. iir'v huridir--" U-taoe all ey ui't t-in uf ilrui'-y m c ikihl In ' wi-ui 'Imn run1 iitl It: ul pMMHiunrt'd tiDptMens Ky tho 1" tt uf t-hVMl. 'IlMlf. ('nun iiu1 tlrt tue pfpi!i'"in rRphllv t!Uupp"ir, Htirl In tt'u U m at Ivitxl iwii-llu-ilHiif a.i nj inpiuLui ut rfin Pil Nun" my rrr hiimhuif wl'liont k now Intr nn v Mnif !muf It. ItftiH'iiitu r, il tliK n. ( i -it .ni xny Mi -.i : t frail-' ititrllM of mir 1 1 ' ii int'iit i"l' y-,,ir-i'if. In l-n tlin hv ftlitliiilty f l.t.'rti hiiitf It rti'M i1. tti (mlrn1 i ixuMr, i he in jniiry er'uiu hi ul" in i 1 1 ?i i I lift r full tiu iv. f iM-p trt rf t"i --it. th" pw. ,iinK H 'ff pt'Ht t (ft mi1, t ho l rt'UK! h iinT" ttwM. fintl uppf 1 1 1 v ipai'i r 'i nnl, V f il TO t ' HI Mill IV I'll I it IK i'ft r t.f M ;tl;tl- ntr. I'liwcK f hit I.miv t I'ftu tHpptv ntinil'T tf tliiif, tut iti" j mi lent ilf iliuctl unuim- Im liv ! a v-vk lull liitm y iif cut". Ntiiu" hiw Ihpt 'f'U Imw luuilv f Will It'll win! wUft". ru In 1 1 I'lri t'.iHVi', tltt It'KH ttUP tf l HPtt til t t tl KNT. h'Mltl ti.r IIUO (iWJU- Iiliii-t, i iiiii.vlnlnjt iv i inii'it'iii. oii'-rt' 1 1 m "tf.. Tfii ilrtVH' Irt-Htnifiit f tirntilii'il fi'f" hy iuil. Kii lt-iy tli) itl(tT:ly cured. If vim unli'r it t.tl, Hfii.I lOtcni-ln ftanirirt to rf fiiUo. II. II. CiKl l V . HOH, 1H. 1- . 1 A. ) unra Avfiiut', AllautUf 4 Eicliovcd at Last! MWe kunw ft penilrmtn In Hits comey ti., stt niontln 88.1, wm Bliii.t 1iok'H crli.iln lr.ua n tlack of rlii'uuiati! in. Ho ci.uld i-mri'ly li.iblile n-.ii.Hflttie r..KHii, uhc.I cruti-h, and uld hiiien-'.f tliiU be hut little If any U.l.e of erer recovurtnR. Weill lllnl in our town limt wfok, wa'.lclug stiout lively any oilier mail, mill hi tlm flnciit heiiliti ana .ril. L'lKin our Inquiry o wlit hail worknl urh ft w. d.Tful rlinnce lu til" comlitlon, ti' r.'rll.-.l th.it . S. s.. baj ciirtd iiini. Afli rualnii a U .ii'n anil a linlf l'"t Uea, Iik lian Ix'ftl InrnnfiiniH"! from ml"rlile rrlrr' to a l.iUM.v, ti. al!iy I'.ii'i le. U li-m olUr ihuu Me K. 11. Lainlii'rt."-.i;li'"itiO ltUpliout. t Trnitl-ie on Itlooil an. I Sktn ntmaana tnalli-.l fnr. Tue Pwiit si-Ki-ivie l ')., bruwur 3, AUama, 1,1, I- Iii W . -SU Mrui-t, N Y. GOO i3i O ,Iiip I ,.i It! 1 Wh:'ti 1 ht t i tlum aud ih"n i ; H til I"'' III II lit K.'l 1 111 I'll 11 rti 11- , um.!.' I lit) l i.'.-iO i'f II i.-. rt ll.r-i.--i T KAl.MNO SU'KNtHS ii life i... "forty- I wi'rrHii' trf rirn.-tly I" 'itn tlm v.nmt . udei Hi aiiflfi itliu!n f til leu If li" rf.ifim tur ii ut in" rtH'i'lvUi,; unin'. i-f in. ' . otirp for treiitini mnl l'rt llmM" n" U:V Infui rBniiilv. OU'O Ki-prrisB tun! t (Hli.'t. it LOlm J'' tintli.i.r fur a irnu. Irtdrest Hi. 11. U. . HUUT, 1J I'uarl 9l, hew York. , ANY LADY n' nn tnukahnntl'WKTif PUCS in Tr'if T r itf". Turn ni' wu oim-o. RUG MAKER Mfifffl -1 Eaey, simple i-aBCinatin. on nnyHKWINU Mt'liINK ir tiy hfiml. A wnn.'.wr f ti) i ii vtii mn, ll ("KI.1.H AT H 11 HT. iUwOll AGENTS ... , mm ,ai.iwij Inducements. P. ioeonly tl Aiipli f-irleirititrr N.w nltm. N" meniT rwi'i ire.l. JNO. C. HOITT . CO.. ilinuaiiu I HILii.u. R. U. AWARE THAT Lorillard's Glims Ping: in j t ri njr a r'i 'in i'l'j i ih.ii Iiopilljin) It one I. imiI l;h,-.-iii ; that lkrlUar.i Niivt ('Uppiiiun. itml th-t 'irlHunl i Suulln, itio Uic U'i.t an.l (jiUMiM-Hl, t(iiUt, 'cun.sitieriHl t nViso'i TtomMv fnr Catarrh n the t lli'Bt, KtsiuNl lu Une, uu.l Chenjiffll. Y ' . l- . .1 iiu.-rt--if.iia.... toh.i ,; . A.-i .,..J.ri I i AI"ffoKl 'irf'oM In t)m ITad, 1 J ' M lifiidiiclii!, liny Fever, &v, iwceuLa. ? J " r Lt'W llTlll'lllcl li,.t!ft,'tinij. L"4 nAFFTV I ftMO u l" sold in pvcrv family. tvt.'B mure lliftiL tL.iti 3 art Un ary lumps, .oiiii Tniy c nis. f.ir l:i"ip anil l.i v r-vj tir-ti . it a ii McM AkiM.Ciiu'iniiuU.O. i lri'uIurB'iit frctv Fdkmia No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. VK Ifhrmrd ' rt I.IPNH" II A I I II uiul ItKIIII.K ComliliiH CAIl IHM Mll'I'fil hf HllV Iiui!'. Mtm iiii-lliinrr in uny jiurl 01 tin' (. , s frt'f.t.n rt of H. Sul i hy H,l mldlfry, Ihinhvarti nd Htuu'-s lictilt Tb. SH'i'ltll (HbcuiitiI t'l tll'-l Tru.ii'. I -M'tid fnr iTI.'f Mil J C Ltiiu 1'iioi'AK, Kot lit hirr, N. V GOrJSUfilPTIOFJ 1 tikvo m piiiitlvts rnirily lur lu abeva ilUna; by ti ua thouBfcuds ul rftsea ot tli Wnnt klUtl iml nf Lin null,,. Lave curt-il, lnt r tn.u.- it rnj tttu u !( ft.. lliftt I will ftnJ TWO HO'lTi.KM KKKK, imri-ihT wllh Vtl,' 1'AHI.K J KKA I ISK od Ui'. d ', tu un y uflertir. (live A rnr.r. to f. a. m. rtroi..rd riKriBe ofth in ID ID i l(lfllj) , "fiotc llin t.;ik jr -if i pruca. A-Mi uLlrr u' fi'tl- lull b:i FA M k V I il il "i J A fi I ui,iibfr mud MtnufV i urrt,1 . 1 i-hJwav, Q0LC3ERS NKW l,AWS;OmifM' my fr. om n its) on i ; I--rttM rt'l r . lbllwUIa illlli Iturt'lHI' ; t'X Oft h'lU 'Jl V' til : burtt ih vr no f if. S rtu- t v ri n:n ntri uud l w u, A. V. Mi'UJKMlCK 4 fU, Citir nuut 1, DLiu. m $ STUDY. Hixk-kt.piiitf, liuinea i-'i' , th'TiHilily (nii! i hv mall, l 'irculurii fi-'-o. OPillMJ MOUl-IIIVr If HUTS outollv i imli.i. ;y run tt ul tjM'iii" Fi t IjI 'itiii'f (anil. II I U 4 KKM -D ., I.ul'iivllf, Itirf. A DS3 OFFER. S ItalU H t hl'lll. WO will oivk a way i At..:ir- M.u hUu s. if ytm want ii, m ymii muiii-. r ii. ami j.i t-a- olli.'t M The National Co., 25 Bt,,N. Y. i milvp Muu r Woirnti in fvcry KuMlh lai d 1 li IC J tic:, btauiiurd a fHr.n 1 - ii. nre ivtir CANCER Troftlfd arn! rur d wtth'iut tliti t;Tifp. I'.iMik nn tr- H'Tio-'.il hl'lll frr". A-n-f- I' .1.. i't )M. M. .. Aurora, K;iiif t 'u.. Ul. Irrurn her nd tatii y. Mtiia:'MH ttUKIVUlu, Wis. im nuiH-'i. ri rue vai.entimhuh,, $250 A MOVni. Ap-'nto Wtint.-.l. 0 ht v lliu lints It Hln 'h'- wmul. 1 MUnpttt t Ht.tii. Atltli. hB .I.Vi lllUiNsuN, LKUiun. aUlcli. Po'SMtifu! RED H ottnn TurkiKh hutirtim. BedUIIIHI ,s;,.,,i,.s I,.-,- i., vyi.yy pt-ri.tm tt.'ii.lin fcUiiruaM to '1'. VVIII l i:, Kuiuii XCup'.tl, MltU. every wcr,WM A.N. K B The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheats the looking-glass. . .t, ,r-L .-..V- A . J. 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