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A VIRGINIA BALL.
A ri.RAHANTETE!lTAlN.1IKT iN THE MOUNTAIOLX WijTUlLTi OF TIIII MTATE. A feathering ol the Yeur.jr lr:p!r rrcfrf tl.f Wnrronnillne C'tmatrj -!lv TLcj Were It ifl not oftea that the visitor, Ear a a Virginia coirogponder.t ri the N; Toil; I'tenwy iW, had the opportunity to C0 ft xcal .old fashioned Southim bull, vncli as he ban probably reud of. I fact, & lady who vas burn ia the hioatX and grew up afur the v,r, told rac- tint she had ntver fcc-cu orsc Ltrricsf. The op portunity was not lo:i aro .-ull..rd.:d 1:1 ciie of the idprovvd lo, h-va-sc-:. of the locality. TLt proprietor, u Li'delor, f.r whoaa a nitce v.a keeping Lous, d-.-tcr-uiued to invito a tiun iif d cr s of hi? yon Eg fi 'jeads to fin-th an enttru. indent. It was (j-n a farm cf f-.everai thousand, acres b.iaatin fat End fattening cattle of the fiac.it quality, and pos-i-eing1 &'i orchirrd conjpri&i!,:fr Lundredn of the tKf.t varieties of npplta that could read ily be fenr.d auywherc. The forunr Javo were in torae caa sti'l di:;tj the wrrk of the place. The houe va.s situ ated about a half mile frr m tho "pike, ' and was approached by a Jaiie guarded by a number cf light gates. A small "branch" crowd the field a few yards from the door, affording .the site for the fpring-houise. Behind and on one side were the numerous Elrugli;; out-, houses, corn cribfi and slaves' quarters of f.nte-beilnu days, and larre trees shaded the Lou.se, makiupj the grlk-i v an agreeable plocft from which to lecd; ov. r the rich valley that it dominated. The home was of two halves joined at righ angles, one being the original log Ktrtie tnrc and tho other the more modem frame bniidinf, between which the gal lery furnished the only communication.' If the family fclept in the fr.im" half, it would be necessary to lock up the otjlier part from the outside, ifJiuked, it were thought necc'rasary to l;ek it at all. There wero separate stuirwaya in each holf of course, and in one wan a tqr.are hall opening into the parlor in which, among other furniture, there was an upright piano, upon which the niece and her friends exercised themselves when mu sically inclined.' In the comer of the hall stood one "of these stout boxes o plug tobacco seen only in shops in the North, and it was not v. were ornament, for the host and his fiienus ntpiired an 3inplo snpply' of the weed to satisfy them. A few book uLelves added to tho furniture of the hall. In the otheni.alf was tho dioirg-rooci, and in another !rg building adjoining waa tho kitchen, over winch an "HUidy" . t,l:o old school ore Bided with apparently autocratic powers. This kilehon was the centre t f net ion for dayit Wf.re the gtU-at twriy wusio come t. IT. Aunty una .nitci and ujoung lady friend who happened to I e at the house were making ca'k preserves; and other delicacies". Many w'tre the trips made by the hidiea to the store down at the other end of tho valley, anil proLa Vly its capabilities Wt-ro trtvert ly tiied, for there vv as no railroad within half-a-dozen miles and no mud-; olttner thai, tri-weekly. Generally the oun ladies went on their hide-said ies, !?ai!pk?p ve.r the pike and biinging loch t.lu.l. miall parcels with them. At ctiu-r iur.ti they took a buggy, anl heu it was nec essary tho master of the hi ne was pressed into the work. The diM'.r crvico of ouch a household in ru--.tr tqual to au emergency hRe thai now ap proAchirjg, r.nd ti;e r.eibb rs far and wide were ieitt upon for plates, cuj., saucers. ant i uln of sill Mirk 'i t i !.e misce.llaneotv. cv lloiion that w.is e naiW galhered1 would havo Ttj.vd tho heart of a person struck lytic mania for old china, bu,t here it eic.ted no in terest. Finally Use great day arrived. All the forenoon theaetivity of pr?par:i! inn gr.'w u irtci?-'ty. There was tho :xv cream to b frezen, and there were ho-ts of iher last thin to Ik" dine," When these had all received utttutin, th te was only time for the youn hulies to curry to their rooms r.nd make tbeir toilets. Scarcely had the lust bow been tied and thu lost curl arranged when the i.kterof luv.'fs f.ld of the approach of guot. Kieui that Lsoment there w.s onunued st.eivii u ot arrivals. AU the black rervani- that could be obtained were needed to iimurethe proper care ol the horsis ani vehicle'. These wero of all eor'ts and kinds. I'ven cohen und aiid omuibnscs were pu-SM'd iut :encc. Of couwe, drt sting ruoaii for thceutviio came from aj far as thittv miles in car- I mct, nun mo?? in una iriticvi ii'i.c .. . " distance by rail end six or cipi.t mi es j ot carriage, wort lie oe.-t.iirv, aiiti ei.p.igeil .1 TIM-1 ino.l aii I l,.. ...... n J.. I ol coslunnng d huie Jariri; the u- hcttrs before Btitiset. Cmpauy that ca:::o f.-t u: so great a duauce must, id coarse, f-tvu 1 tho night, a in! tLero vvn taihi'..- Ut the liost to do out to keep tip Iht festivity from auh to d.iT.jght. Ti t-re wcic lioLieuades eu tLe lu-v i: under the jiipnr.efolaiitfnis.iiAnoir.rr, and the tt?t;ai loitis of jiarties nntil vleveti o clock, aid then there nvrvs a hultstanti.i! sitrik-r. unit at one a. ia. ata nuxiiiiry repa-st, tvi iuite !c htarty, that wk sefdeu-nt to insure iife until danu. At d.i '.iht tired wit a nud maiden eiCd up their Lu!es and Lad their convey auce-rtuadV rcOviv, and the t xtO.us Uga:;. it w.e not uatii alter a Lite hrckttast tLut the lilies cf I be are were able to si? o-rretly do- u wtili ti e hi; and ibcusa the events i-f tLe jjrvv:uu? hours. Thcii t verv iun ? tt, bros-ht to mind, and as probacy the satue process "was pursnu uy n. Ahera, the party of Smith's Valley was pretty - thoroughly overhauled- before night! again drew its curtains over the Virginia mountains. There was no oterer to take the dishes away, and the imount of dish-washing and wcik d -no a that line by the household staff can 'X! imagined better than it can be des rde.L The party has ever since been a theme for conversation among those a ho were invited, and will long be re sicmbercd, A .Marked Youth. Yo-tri ago, there' lived in the interior cO:w York, a boy, the son of a farmer, .vho also worked at the tr.ide of a pot ter. Tue boy wis a ra irkel youth, be jttoe he would do with might whatever Ue undertook. lie wa? a leader in the rdinary spor'ii of boyhood, and wheu- ver the farm or the pottery relaxed f heir hold upon him he 'would be found r pairing pome damaged article, cr do- i' irg a new implement. His father was poor; the farm was -UKi'i and could only be enhuged by -Rearing up the primeval forest. The 'ooy w.ls anxious to acquire kuowledge, tut his services were eo neceseary to h's 'ather that he ojuM not be t pared to itt nd the winter term of the common icLool. But the boj was in earnest. "With ri e aid of his brother,' one y-e.ir his junior, he chopped and cleared f Vui .icrcs of birch and maple woodland, plowed it, and planted it with corn, har vested the crop-, and then asked, as his orupeusaticn, to be allqwcd. to attend -chool during tho winter. Or course, the father granted hisr'wish. When tho boy was seventeen, the father's pottery business had so increased ;is to demand a more extensive factory.-( A carpenter was hired to buill the new buildiug, and the boy assisted him. So familiar did ho become with the' tools and the trade, that he determined, with the aid of the younger broth'. r, to erect a two-story frame duelling hotue for his father'u family. The two boys cut the timber from the forest, planned and framed tho struc ture, and then invited, the neighbors to . assist at the ' 'raising." They came from, far and near to fc3 what a. lad of seventeen had do.: When every mor tise and tenon was formed. to tit its place and tho frame was m en to stand perfect and secure, the veterans cheer; 1 the youug architect and buil-Ier. From that day ho was in demand as u masler c.'.rpt nter. That boy was K-ra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University. ".Scc.it thou a man dilieent in his business? he shall stand before kings he shali not stand before oljschre-men.' Tl;e meaning of this old proverb is ! that the man who has done well in littio things shall be advanced so that lie slodl Lot wasta tiiniself on work to which ob pcnrc men are adeqeate. Fzra Cornell i'liistrated the truth of tho Oriental bay ing. Youth Cumjiunian. Our Foreign Commerce, The annual report of the f -reign com merce of the United-States, ju$t issued f;-om the Treasury I) parimeiit by the Clj-.t f of tho Bureau cf Statistics, is as UMi d a very iutcrc-tirglocnnicut. The vaiit - of the products of domestic nur-ehandi-e for the y ar ending Jui e 'l. iU vaa STJl.OntSo, against $801. JJI.OJ during the pvuvding year, shou i.'ig a decrease of $70 2.,780. The value of theim ports of merchandise was $M7. -'1)7 rt'.'d for the tame time, against $72 P,, I'.'Jl l darifg the preceding year,' a decrease of $:.:j,-iS3,2Jl. Ju the ord. i j i-f the value c-f exports cotton stands ihe:id, the exports beinr valued at ?2 01d,il5, of which $I07,ni 5,201 w raw cotton. The exp its of l;re;id.N'o.;T j were valued at $1(12 oil 71o; pr.vi.if -ns j ( 'ne-il. dairy prtnlu ts an 1 epg) at $111, ; 4!o.r;7, oils at $5(1,120.107. Of the hJt j $17.10:5.21 was of petroleum in various i forms, th b.ilancc being rnrule un of vegetable and animal oils. Other si'.gie items were: Tobacco and manufaolnies of it xUuh at $2 2t2i7; auima's, $iO,21.r,2f,; agricultural implements, sH U2J7il7. T!;e perc'Uitiie u tkes- article.-, i l tho total value of all the x Hrts was as follows: Cotton 28 j bre-idstuffs, 22 42; provisions, 15.78;oiis, J l : tobacco, i S3; animals, 2 $0. and j .igricultural implements, .17. JclTersotiS links. i t: t cr . , , I ltHmas J s IT r3Gn a ten mire cir; n necvgtat r corrcitxtudc-uf. are- wrrth rw ,,-.,.,-.,,. t r. , ., I O Thev are 1. Never put olT till tc-ncrrow wl:at von eaa do io-day. "2. Xtver trouble others for wLat yc.:t ca do yourself. 'd. Never ti'e-id year money before just have it. i. Never buy what yea do not vrct ttoau-e it is eho.t. T. IVido coats ns more than huue-er, thirst or V,old. (l Woevtr npcut of haiLg-ta:en t iltti 7. Nothing is trouldescii tat vl, VlhlLIlv. ,. uittcl; p;i;u h?tw tL, e s r.$ whictli ii-.ver Iiatipaed "i e 'V ... .1 Takc ihji-i alriy 1 tLeir ;n.:olii i lid 10. VtWt; ar'ry,.coicd m-idi.-; vi.ta vcr'v utrrf', ii-?i i. v i, "re- I EE31AKK1BLE TTAR RELIC IJaJr tirovrlne on n. Dalirt that Passed Through n ?Is.n' Drn!n. in at hair grows upon the human body ( after death has been a theory held by j many prominent physicians, but dis- i credited by the profession generally, j Experts who follow the melancholy pur- j st nt of laying out and dressing the dead hold m some contempt this professional j out until the servants cam?! don in the opiiai.rf, and declare that cases of hair j morning. -growth after dath are frequent, and j The farmers, however, persisted that often so palpable that even a novice j they knew the dog well, and. had would not fail to detect them. fiWn him coinc from th sheeofold. A very curious relic in the possession cf a Pottsviile bookkeeper, a veteran of the late war, was examined by several j Philadelphia doctors recently, and ap- ! pears to lurnish conclusive proof that j death dees not always put an end to the growth cf hair upon portions of the hu- man body, even after the lapse of many j years. Henry Matthews was a good j soldier during the war, and wa3 at the ! fiont in pome of the hottest engage- ; mtnts of that great struggle. As a member f Company H, of the foriy- i? Wt ii Pennsylvania Voiuuteeif, he was in tho fight at Cold Harbor. On May 20, 18(11, he was struck down by a .bul let, which entered the back part of tho head. The ball passed through a por tion of the brain, and was taken but above the forehead. The operation was rvi formed by Dr. W. II. D. Blackwood, :hen Surgeon-General of the division, ho now lives at No. 21G North Twen ;:' Ii street, Philadelphia. During the progress of the operation a mass of the brain, weighing about an ounco and a half and as large 113 an egg, escaped. The bullet, to which f-omo of j the brain trailer and a portion of he ! -calp adhered, was preserved, and upon j hi.-: departure from the hospital was given ; to the wounded man, who, to the as-oni.-hmeut of the surgeon, recovered. Fie Las suffered no mental inconvenience, and now occupies a responsible clerical i .os it ion in the Heading lUilroad office it luttsvii!t When the bullet was pre--iented to hira twenty years ago at tho hospital door, the brain matter and the iittie patch of scaip had diied, but a few ihort hairs could be seen sticking ouU from the latter. The bullet had been considerably flattened, and somewhat resembled in shape a miniature clam shell. As the time elapsed Mr. Matthews, who greatiyprized this relic, noticed au astonishing fact Tire hairs, which at drst were scarcely prominent enough to be noticed, were growing. Oiher hairs grew out also until a thick black bunch iipp.eaied at the back of the bullet. At llrt hi3 friends refused to credit the story, although ho showed the precious rejic in proof. Once or twice he ?nt off the ends of tho growing hair. It con tinued to grow. About a year ago Mr. Matthews came to Philadelphia and sovght out Dr. Blackwood, to whom he exhibited the bullet with its bnr.ch of apparently healthy hair. The surgeon in '.lie presence of professional witnesses, cut off an iucli of ths hair, measured that which remained, boxed and sealed up the bullet, and placed it in trnst; hands for safe keeping. iU-cently .the -package was opened. A careful measurement showed that the h;dr had grown over an inch since the ball Lad been last Feen, and Dr. Black wood said: "The fact is beyond dispute. Apl arently without nutrition, upon the dned up particle of scalp and brain, this -f:a;r had been and is now growing sun !y, :f -not so luxuriantly, as it grew upon Matlhews's head when he was thot. I recollect the wound, the ojver-ati-n, a:.al the presentation of the relic to the. injured man after his remarkable reeovery. Ii seems to me to settle be vond doubt that hair can and does grow kpo.i dead bodies. Toe fact has steadily bit.: denied by metbeal journals and n-'dicr.l nn generally, but the men .who have eba'-ge of the medical college 'subjects, ' those mvsterious fellows who have, every opr-crionity to know, nearly a'! de.l re th; incy continually witness. j tUe plO.;! of it." Ti.lt linir i"ti n i rn. i-r- nirl f.n.1 tiitl . . . -. ...... . . 1 . ....... ...... . . . . . . co-)ra vt orpanie aalies.ou is a recognized fa :, s.va the Anifrican Cyclop din ssys: "Hairs will grow nfter death and o-,- lo - I't !:uuvs." But no such re-m.-r'sublo ii -stance as the hair growing en Mr. Mathews's bullet is on record She Spoiled a (iocd Story. "Yes," f aid Mrs. G id about, "I must say that! hate thai odious Mis' Honev-v-.eil.- S io s forever put tinff her oar in. ! t H ere Mas a splendid stcrv about that Pern bury man. It was all round town that he quarrelled with his wife awfully, aiitl that ho had final! v tx-a'eu her with r .. i- . , .., ti , e u i.ivi.rej, vfhen that odious Ml-,' Dobev- to vera, lie the bu-vldv iS. toucd nut ttiat Pcniburr ?:.-U t iarnta ZiA Ut vr had br-r,. t,t jiiv 'l:vd wah his eisicr, and that he Lad a truuk strap iu the house. ; u.i u uid Lave, he woman t have-the : c iu..pe to strike a kitten vrith it, zaucii ' Ls a v.cra.m. No trender every Ik ly : d!il:. ;s Mis H-kr.ev-svIi. tho hitful i V "-.'"... r.inf.( ; . m ' : . ... tt 4,. vc... ..i iu-: c . : i i.r r?r vTTi-i. roe t'.rcet'.r et tue -ti-xtt estiradte .the ; ':.v of til.t .-d fcf.ver cc-.u iu : - 1: of uow r. i, . to La-.o l- e i -i.M j.'JJLMw;:. L. ird ilT.- dollars, fcul-ridUrv s:Ivtir. ThU ia of Oc LCI, tKdi. cold An Astonishing Dog: Story. A dog belonging to the B s, which was a great favorite of tfieirs and re garded as of thouroughly irreproachable training, was charged by some of their neighbors with worrying sheep at night ! The family rebuked this charge on the ground that the dog was fastened into their kitchen at night, and wa never let though he had managed to escape them. When this was nrged so strongly as to make it imperative on the B-s to take SOme further steps, one of the daughters volunteered to sleep in the kitchen and watch the dog's behavior, ' When they made up the young lady's bed, the dog seemed very restless and strange, but by and by he settled down, and all was silent A little after midnight he cot up. came to ths bed, and sniffed about until he had satisfied himself that the young lady was not awake. Thence leaped into the window seat, lifted toa catch of tho shutters,' and opened theja. Then he undid the latch of the window, which he opened, and then disappeared. After a long inteival he came back, closed and fastened the window and shuttera, and finished by licking his own feet, and tho marks which he had left by springing on the fl or. To the terror of the seem ing sleeper, ha now came and closely scrutinized 'her; but 6he kept still, and he at last crept off to his own bed. As soon as she heard the servants stirring, the lady rose softly and slipped through tho door. Bat the guilty dog had marked her. He sprang up and made a daah at her with most undis guised fury, for he saw that his secret was discovered and his character blasted by one whom he now regarded aa a hate ful spy. Fortunately, she got the door fast ehut in time, and at once alarmed the house. But the dog was now so furious that no one dared go into the kitchen, and at last a gun was t rough t, pointed through an aperture, and he was shot dead. Marriage in Scotland. From time out of mind it has been considered legal for people in Scotland to marry merely by making a declara tion in the presence of witnesses. But by an absolute statute of Charles II. 6uch marriages were forbidden and de clared punishable. Recently a couple were brought np at the Edinburgh Po lice Court for having contravened this statute by declaring themselves husband and wife before witnesses. They pleaded guilty, and were fined a shilling each. Oddly enough, however, the conviction itself becomes a legal celebration of the marriage, and the document recording it is a certificate of marriage which can be produced in case of necessity. Dishonest? in Trade. There is hardly an article of manu factured merchandise made or imported (in the TJuited States that has not its "hdulerations or imitations; and there are Irtlt few articles of raw material that are ot in some manner adulterated. What is needed is a law that shall compel all men to do an honest business; a law that shall apply alike to the rich and the poor; a law that shall punish the man who sells with a false balance, the same as the man who steals a loaf of bread; a law that shall punish the man who makes and sell? rv couuterfeit article of mer chandise the same as the man who m ikes ana circulates a counterfeit coin. T. W. Tykeh, in November Century. "Over anOrrr .Ifiln." IlepetitioTi i soinetan -s Ih.t only way to itnpivss a truth up ju tie; mind. Accordingly tak- noii e that in Pierce's Pleasant Pur-j.aTi-ve reiMf.tho original Little Fiver l coTitijf- b w sn tr i ullyff et i v in csm-s of icktd'd nervous in adaebe, cons ifa tit ii. i..-hri'-tion iu!i of lMltothe liivid, -. It exti rnil.ief-, and all adineuts Hr.sin iroin o(!rjctnn of th- tolily f unctions. Their sieitvn i-5 thorough yet gentle, and the inrn dii-nt-, lieirg ntiicly veg--tat'.e,thiy can Ik.-ta'v' ii wit h immunity into the nust deli cate -toruav.il. Ail drujL-ts. A iustir-of ibf- j-'-aw in Ilariison eoanty, l!., prtbi'ii 'e wi.L cat and t-hoea off. The ei&t rarsvp e,f ILJf-ii'pi meets a Jatks-on on ihe iih of Dtrntr. ;old ia Oar Old Ileld-. ebn c.tit.jd-r the health -to be lttr t ha.n tf-ItF-. n n n-n.-t -w- ccnidtr the rM I te'.d JLTiikm Ut'tr i-a eld at: least tie nur.is -' 7 c-'i !:ur "d f-.r irn; trncu-f". Made !t.t' a tia atd c.to?.'ird cth ett gum . .i 't-.ri, y' - i I . r,'tt .."4 f t-ril nl F fit ! ,rt (.cm iid M t,;. in. a viut and tfwt in. a t-itiow.oj Cruu'i. A.-K-ting Congn, co. a? and Cn--nrr.t:t:on. S.-Id druggist at .C-c a t.d tl.w a titk-. cn'ry cz row iattlj tr' ht iZWj in Sew Vcrk. It rt.ar.ds to rt-a.' n that an oil that caricot to made rancid, ar.d oc6 that ti-sbf jrrca'evt tK'lvtct fifi-l Tnttratinr fj'ers wiiils fr from ail tmtat;r.c rrc-trtir-s. -w.auld noaketLa ! taast -- ;r ou ui tu vrwia. rtucii is C&rtMUc, I - Tl.. irr ton at I.rtby. 2- T-rfc?T.. f wL.'Ui' 1 arc ed" Aiui.-r;can ai-d 1J Eighth Tli? oil -m-'t-ra re-i:r-r i'.fni?n in dry tn-i ttt.cv gr- 1 ri. re- K a'J day long aur-.c-n; jt't cr ir.ut ia-Uinj ni--wdt-l tj Liaiii " ml in r.ai v of ocr !-adiES Fen i-TaT.rptA, inmiertton deprewi'mof rir- i 3SSs-.-. ... ,&3ip, ivnr. ',rr,';vU''b,r'i.iblr V an.l general del nnv in heir vin-mi forms. F HA ft o 1 1 &i . 1 1 f F-1 a1 fi fM i'St7 UA 1 "" ,r - ''.YI- " "r 8S m r Hi.,, n,oin f.v and anc .n I f ft A & U N H A ffj L I Bt ! Atf STrZpZr P 0 H.J. f t!ri:MTniitteit f-ei'i, tL? ierr-I htwphor- H , j 1 J Parr, YZXTf fall., t,d Ehv;r of CaWva." n.-ade by C-swd!. j 100 fl R ft A A! C S22 TO j ? TtTir lUjnv l A Co., New York, and w.ld hv ail Dra-- ? STYLES U IB U H I W S9CO. i f?v TltlTfaf ! "OO-Lfcf. , Cvr.d i tiihl-r j-md ir iKe bo oilt t.KADER.. RtSG.g V.V. "VI : on: -&aci?er U aa. W 53tatis fiM.W-atos. a. K: u-h-vn. aiat. aw f 7"T :..Jorty. , -aoufin o itch." 'Bough on Itch cures humors, ernptiont, riacworm, tetter, wJt rheum, frosted feet, chilhkinn The tempermnce question is a feature of the city election a: Aagusun?. 1 Had Miuffrred from Catarrh toi uuytar; the pain would be s?v-re that I wa obliged t send for a doctor. I had entirely lost eense of smeiL Ely" Cream iiaim has worked a miracle, C. tv II alleys, iilcghanapton. Ji. Y. A pampkin was eihibited at the rfvent Fort t'iriitb, Aik., fair weighing 200 jxuhds. When erervthinj else fails, Dr. Sage's Ca tarrh Itemedv ernes. Freckles are in fashion in Englsrfd pkettv vvo.vir... Ladies who wonlrt retain freshness and iraoitv. Dun': fail to try 'Wells' lloaah Iic iivwer." Tli orange crop of Florida is bcijinamg to move to market, nnd 13 laro and 5n. Tbe IIacllet?rry Cardial. " For a long tlaie .it vsi thought that the hnckU-l-erry was onlv f.r table nut, tut it wao known during the late war inhe hbapj of a cordial it v.is rii h ri r to tb. l ak'.K-ri v. Dr. Btiljrt-r Hackk-tV-irv r.-r.lUl i- t.s G11EAT .SOL'iilEItN REMEDY f r n-tirt frf? at tie one from the tttet. e.' !f: t!:.i) ; aii'l o ir3 Didnlni-a. iH-t-nurv r.nt all h.mt l affietioa. Tor de by ah ihu-g'.t?at ent-a b.trle. Fear meiiti.a hco j r.Sfttd in jart o' G vr gia wjfl.ei.t rain. Tlie Muson & IT.indin uyrirht pianos ar pronounced ut U Ji'.e the organs of thcsauif eini-rfny, t! i l.et-t ot theitiil. 'lhervline ineutfaiKl jKiiiry f tone aliainel in tLt in are efx:i-4lly eorar.ien led. Boston Jv.inutl. Bt:enuen ft'orts ar- t ini: rea!o to provid? New Orleans wah opfrn, lnrins th iutc-r. " 5 For Several Vertrs I wa? troubled with Calami, liave trie1 many remedies. -Ely's Cn am Rthn has i roYrd thi article desired. I U- ieve it it; the only cur.v Ii. 15. CoBrnN, Hardware M rchan, Towauda. I'a. See adverti. eient. A project is on fot m St. Auu.-rine to n:j ply tlit c-ity with the Edi u fh-ctnc licht. -ROl'tJH ON TOOTH CIin.' Instant relief for Nenratyia. f fxithaebr. Fa-ce-ache. c Ask for "ilouli on Tucthachc.' 15 and 2oc - Florid i Las confidence that she will become a great block rai.-mg couimuuity. tt i.iFi-: rrusr.it veu. If yon are lointt your rip on life, try "Weils?' Health Ik-ncvvcr." " Goeri direct to weak spot. A delegation of settl'.rs frem Colorado is ex pected iu Eustit", Fla. Old Invctcrnte fStri"tnre of the ure.hra spedtiy and 1 ermar.ently cured by our iniprovoil uisth'Kl.s. ramphlot, rpferences and term, two three-cent stamps. World's Disiensnvy Mcdic.il Asceiatiu, lW Main Street, iJull.tlo. X. Y. FOR fALE Valuable Io-.yr an-1 UnimpTeJ LAN US. Can supply the w nt'rf th tita ur iwur. W. A. :OlJLISS. liatria. La. CATARRH EI.V'S CBEAH BfcLM Causes no Pa n. Gives Itelief at Once. Not a Liq uid or Snuff. Ap ply into nostril Thorough Treat- 6 usAmcnt nil I Core. LHAY-EEVER Give it a Trial. M cu.at dmirn(!t! : & c:a. by mail receoerea. fna for circolar. S-impie by mail in cts.t lll.Y DUOS.. DruUl, Owego, N. . Rorid stamp for fa- Nw 15 fa IatnM. L. IJiMillAM. P t nit, U;fr, W fhir.yu-n, U. 12. ALLEN'S ORIENTAL BALM. fHE GREAT SKIN ItEMEDl'. K-mnf from th fac all blnininht. 8 Fnck!os, Mot , Tu and Pimp e. and gi to th curcplezin tlia rwnn. ol y u l u. Tlsii if n'.t a paint. i pn.-par!d iroin tha pre acTiption of a c-lbiated phytici&n, and is warranted to ooniaiu no ivaa. SMITII. DOOI.1TTI.E i. SMH II. (-n. Ageuts, BuCloO, Maes. LAMAR, KAN KIN A LAM AK. Sou I her a Amenta. Atlanta, Ga. Lc Ccnte Xnrsen Tiim lar- cr I ta-v PEiRS from I .liUDi-. IjHj trv. nr ml r .id H'-.rh. Ctata- l&aelree. V. W. Till I.M l!ON. PMiiiltiTiilr. .a. $401 PAYS f'T a T.if Schoiarohip in i olfin.tn IJtrirt- allege, !1PC, ram, tt ,(rj. r .T i r. Jjr lusts. Nj' .. r..,! i-r rs c. Wft re:uca;r-,t. 11 . toLLMA.Nit'U. g 6ENT8 WANTED. Mil wmen'' tbm Si-ti!y a t' prtc an 1 i ijr n I Aa Ag'Et innlwi m rvh county A 'lntti to .lic t mii pjit.irt-- ii nirg-. For !nr.i (.loiic copyim; (o., ( iariucaU. O. Only Amcrirnn Orrnna Awarded ncb mt any. For Cash, Easy P3yaer.ts or Rented. UPRIGHT PIANOS maacS iitnBOt.t . ad : ia pinw:i i.t.;r . a)stfr. (.f im tt;j. (ta u,, .tB,if. rtr!l. ns3i. I t i an ! c-fa C .fj V-ia.-y a m.tj liittj to gat o-.t of t.aa. L.aa- preaeotir ery iilbpat exrellrnce rt tillnrl Hason & HHnCin Crjsa end Rano Ca? nctea. I .4 Trfmntu t.: V.Yorli, 1G L. liU FUt I Liraco, l it tVabaab Ave. TJfcXKGRAPHY ; r?ailroad jc-at Iusines MflOKPs Br.IF fMTER. MTV. Atlniw. i.a. Sot JrCrci.'tf5. Nervous Debility Z-rT, .trix.t. a- Pensions .rct'jn. COL- J- b !. HAM. .',it 7, Wtt it-vc.JC - Paynes' AatoraiLc Eujiats aai Saw-Bst1- r 7 m u 1 - L .1 ! t ir si '' - vm niSASPuClRCA I7J3RELIABLC - - ta r.. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It rv.rca EloticEec, 71?&xf&, Jatdi?. Sat? ttouiach, rjTTcprta. Cort.'jAiiorj ad piiee. . IT VORK3ROMPfLY GoeriI rbiUt-r. ricwes r.3d usz (tTat" once. St re;tcrrs tie HEDXETr. ITVTB end EOTT. TZ3, to a healthy action ttTZLIS irn a.1 icr n-. cdi r. fiJ. Ilunrr-.ts fx vi a;-.vr- Who havo boc:i ;ivc:i cp to dia t"? C-iciid-; ir.i Vr'.ct ! .25. f-.c! fjr miwrrafci I api.t v IH'.rS Kl.tinnV Coj. rrorldf ncr, L fj SOLD UV AIX IKF;.ISTS HT'XrS (Klchiey and I.irTj REMEDY. eneonraftes pleep. ercaves an jjctte, ..p ti:c cvKt. in. and renewtd lunhh i hr i;ilt. MDii e. riyiiiiiii s Vcptalile ComjoiJ For Fernnle f'omrlolnt ar4 WeakncKten eo cooiuion to our best female popalatlo. It will ccr! cutljcly tiie worst forn cf KcmCe f c; plaint.t,aU Orarian trtubU,Inft.-uaiviatioa ac j Tiitv tltn. Wing aa ! I !-t::m ntt. in.il tl c c-Ti4tt Sjiiiial tt'tlv:'( ii-J in Mnk-uliul aiaplca to Hub CiiAupre of Lift!.' It ttI'1 di.nlT (in-! ripe Cwrs from tin- ui-rai !a ta early BUsce of UcfUT.:inrnt. the IrwU nry t- iiobjw bunioi j tiK-rp 1j rbecked i-rr eoiiy by its use. It remoroii fal:itrtS, n-tu:ii.cT, rtrcr all frsi1r jr t;nnila:it. ai d K-Iiftt wriinew in- rt-aft, t evrcy Hl.atifl. ile.vlc!u. N.ttojh ln.rau.. ti.in. Tt-.1t fot-iliitrof b-3.rinc '1 .wn.-.ul:iirpain, wt.gui will K.O.-L u i falcrAVH ;h-i Liuniitiy nrri I Hv lit wi lt w !1 :t :.-7' a rHl UJ.ai-rn.. rnpn ..;iu.n baj-uji i.v v.j;.. ti.-la"tUt KCn-ni lUolitaaiu aytutn. F r the c:r- of Kr- iVmiplain's "f itrr arx.tVj XwjHiund tiiiiurp:-A. Vr.-igl.Ja sib.tt.cfvr $i.. V 'acl'r :h-ald b vinHJt LYT-XA l PlSKIlASTi 'Jl 1 They cut-j o"tfcltjtf m, blllOTifm-fi a4 rpl(LtT of tie ler. 15 cent.. at all ilruK6'W v OaTBEST AND CHEAPEST. PETERSON'S AGAZ1NL rnrN fi M w;uie i ths HF.ST AND cnEAf TSl of tli" U I.v '-!-.;. It ci' iK,l fvr the more anJ ioniL:ii- hit nifiitd ! an miy itliT. Jn l I will U- f.r,iit:y iiri.fuit.-J, ti!j:l alretKiy it baa th CST STi:i:i.-KNf.rt.VINGS. lil-T COLOIti:i r.tMlIONS, HINT DKIISS-I'ATTEBV ccst i:h:inai. sToitn, Itli-ST U OHK-TAIH.K l'ATTKKX. ittT .ix l sir, i:tc r.ir. lis ininifr. cltt nlatin nn ! tonp-fitaWbl rewt' Van PiijiMfc tlio : -tor t. Junwi? all coBiprtiloS. TEILMS - - TWO DOLL AILS A YEAB. WITH GREAT REDUCTIONS TO CLtiBS.-a COSTLY PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS., Ai.lnf. ion pi l.CHAS. J. PETERSON. 306 Chestnut St., Phiia-Je'.phia, F. $prcini-ns rr,t 'p-'ai'--.. if nrt'irn f.,r, t f;t u floU Highest Cash Price I3i I O l'i KArf V' t ir Old liol' yiaii' r.. A V4Tlfl II. I l V t O.. K-4 Whit !.: S'iiif r." Al I.ANTA. ITONSUWTfON. I br.vo a r''?'tl rera0; fr ti.aabaJtaa:n sif.ka-n inf'i.l ' xtortl kind -.d ef ft Itltilntniicl-ff! ru-t. ln.tfH. o;t-"e mt fa!' l3rric.'.rr.l- ! I w. ! .Pt- ITrtO HOTTl.ES Mtl. tr."I t e r ; .a .-. V A i T A B ! fc T Ii K T ! V K on I h n iiaM nr.. T. A i.Oi l .!: ivrise, Tori Rpiual ."linn a' AVi&t, $1 7 -plnal ( onot ) Spinal .uralnjs oraft Npinal Alulnioinal !W-fcainindc.'l hy lea.iri rbyai-Uni.dcJierM rri rvrt'fi in V.'i' 1. B- on receipt cfjrle'. tjtufir'uta raarist-i. La-5y R?taU W4! 1 SHi THE LARGEST Aku-tVi fT. i: III-V FEA It. It.t-a.oa-in V'tf, fioraliml Trf. UHyem'J. 1 ii a - - - - . HABIT r'rr. to tsI i ILPCU J IUt!t t-.! ita raia. '- f. r T l nTTT) L1 ' IHrFl' I j i I 1 I J 1 I UiK T I I M fcll-tlXV Ct'. SutiH -r' S 111 .1 , . r a. U T XT ITS) SilMll ' . . " . r , t T SC . , .1 K f r " w P. J.a. L .OCT. t ;.. J". "V?;- j a. W W OKI tUM.1 - "fc""r" cms aEt -'ils:il:l xtvrjt. .-r:r. i ctfiGOOD NEWS ic--r . I Liver ris-jcs. vex JS - w nit 1 U S- "v i- iTi.' " ' 2l. . t m m m. m min w lo Norn