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Women Itulluic Montana. "Not evt ry girl wants to -.tret rniirried, but all of thorn -want to vote. Oaiy list year at thi clertionss in Western Montana for territorial school superintendent there were four U hniorris in the fbdd. Three of thiii were females and the fourth a man. In IJozemnn oM placards on the fences can still he seen, appealing to the pisS'-rs to "Vote for .Mi-s Ilnnilte.n, the People's Choice."' Mis Hamilton ejot there and j lier competitor's v.-. all h ft, ''the man"' bniiriii!r w t h'- re:ir. I H' ien'i has a lady superintendent of i fschooN wi.. i't- Indian blond in lier veins j and wh' highly educated. She has j n!co !(iiark-d dramatic talent, and plays ! Charlotte C J.'Uj-u v. an's rok-s. yew York A I anhlonnbu- Ilriil.il Outfit. A very !.ihio:ia!i" bridal outfit j'iet. fmi-h"d ;t-.t pro;nin'-:)t store gives quite a o id' n .f ilie maj-iilta le of su h an onbr. 'J'.iere twelve hand embroi der-1 walk in;.; fkirt-, one do.'-n em- - broi ?Tel il iu:; -l and cambric under- niUO, (,:. itniu lil'ilit rooe r,t trimmed v.itli I.ve, lawn toilet saeiju--, j j M-M-t c(vir--, beautifully trimmed, and other u;idi i ;:.ti Rient ornr (!o -n each, all dab r.it- :v trimmed with l.tee and needle work. Th'Tc six walking dresses, six reception "owns and six dinner toil ets. Among thr; six wraps there is one of white -ahmere, riehly-embroidered with gold cord; t ! i i is for eveuing wear. The array of b.,:;:ief, and hats number one do.-n ; four are made to match the prevailim.' shad s in just so many walk ing suds. The bride's dr.-ss is of white cutv(lv(t, with long square trains, per fectly plain. The plastrons on the sides are of creamy white ottoman silk, thick ly stu Ided with s -ed pearls; the front breadth is covt r.-d with rows of Spanish lace. Th- bo lie is high in the neck, with points front and back. One band of orange blossoms and one cluster of white pinks are used in festooning the back drapery, which is formed of a wide and very long Spanish lace scarf. Jlc York TiL in. A Soittliern Komniier. Says the Macon ( ia.) '' lfjrijh : Many Macon people will remember that in lOo the City Hall and the old Market House were used as a hospital for wounded and siek Confederate soldiers. The ladic- of the town constituted thftriiselvcs nurses, and perhaps in no other hospital in the Confederacy did the patients fair so wa ll. Oik; day a lady went to the hos" pital to visit "her soldier." She was ac companied by a very handsome married ladv, a 'refugee from Xew Orleans. When they reached th t cot upon which the soldier lay writhing with pain caused by the recent amputation of his left arm, they ministered to his wants and then sat by and cheered him with gentle word? of comfort. As they were leaving thesohlicr requested the New Orleans ladv to give him a-sinall Confederal'; Hag which she wore upon her bieat. ,She gave him the Hag, lirst writing her name on the white bar. The soldit r recovered, the war ended, and he returned to his home in Alabama. A something not to be for gotten, it should be mentioned that v at the time he was in the hospital he was tmm.ir.ied- and continued so after the war. A few months ago the soldier had occasion to v'lMt Xew Orleans. He re membered it he lady that gave him the Hag. and meb1 in juires about her. He discovered that h r husband died soon nu-r tne w ar. ami that s!n-, a widow, wastiil living in New Orleans. He j called on h r. Then he called a-'ain. In , i.u ; ue i .men in:i".v 1 1 :no. ami n tew days ;u'o there w is a wedding in New Oile.ie.s in whieh hv ami t!;e lady figured a nriin-'oals. A re;mirka! K custom exists anions tin Ijou-uuiians living in the we-t.-rly C ir- pat',; ; ins. I t ry yc:ir, at the Teast of the Apostl, s IVt. r and Paul, a market is ''' on me crest o: :;i-m,.uu:!. :r.-m o'lOO to C.iU) 1-f,-, t ; sea. and here all th le h V- 1 of tin m irriaue.ii..t erir,s of the t :-.tir -. district :spjt1!o with th 'ir arcnts in o;.h r b ! viewed and claim ed. Mother-, aunts, o-randm dhers, and various otlu r female fi i'-nds contribute to the dowry, and this completed, it is carried to the m irket on (hiina in ueativ made trunks', d.eorat. 1 w ith ilowers.and carried lv th'-' f -mi' v's l;-,t horses. Cat tie, bees, a!i l it:.er hu- !iol I rec,uis;te arc also a bhd t tlie d-nvrv. Oa the (Jain i evry family which has St'h are still in style. a marriap abb- d.ui-hter occupies a di- ! In silk and lisle hosiery tlie dark ex tinct tent, iu which the dowry is cxhibi- j ors prevail, and the eutom of wearino ted, and in whieh the bride- j black, so penvral the ast season, will be view a rs arc expiated. Tae adhered to b-v man v. bachelors, too, are accompanied by Atnon the newest ornaments fr the parents or relatives, iu whose company j hair are roettes of end of ribbon' cut in they inspect the irls who are eligible, j swallowtail points nnd lat'-ned as hair. The youn men brim: the best they pos- j pins. Lire rosettes' of the same -tvle 8css-, and each must j'iii ticularly come with a girdle of o ,t ot silver. After the brides are ehos.-n the pultlic betrothal takes place, bcia conducted by a In r:n:t who lives in this lonyly spot. The mark of betrothal is not a rint;, but n beautifully nbroidcrrd handkerchief. The betr ithal is in many cases prear ranged; but the ccremoav must hi fronc through all the s;inv If a trirl jroes to the market ku..w in:; beforehand t at an admirer will be there to claim her, to much the better for her. Still she must take her dowry and occupy her tent ami . place herself oa view like the rest. Prill Mill Gazette. A Wealthy FlrtBorn, Ire. Italian papers dwell with delitrht on the christening drss of the first-born of the younjr Princess di G&latro Colonna (nee Miss Era Mackay), which is perhaps the mot unique specimen extant of the lines t point d'Alencon lace, of reat beauty and rarity. The dres, made ac a looso slip, is bordered with antique lac; a quarter of a yard in width, the r.- rnuinder of the garment being woven to correspond, and having the arms of the Colonna- family designed in- luce-work upon the corsage. The same lace trims the cloak o.f cream-white- crepe de chme. The Duchcsse de Mousley .(Princess Anna Murat; declared that the dress surpassed in beaut v the famous christening robe of the late-Prince Imperial. The lace is the i:c :i. Th highest limit of human hear most superb that has been seen in Paris i".-T somewhere between -il.OOfj a.id for vears. Even the weeding llounces '- vibrations per see md. Few pci . . , . - t , sons have ciu.il yen-ioiiit v to acute of the Queen I'ogent of Spain cannot be compared to it. Mrs. Mackay, mother of the Princess, has a collection of lace? that surpasses anv of the royal houses of tunic anl flounces in point d'Alencon manufactured ..for the Empress Eugenie in 1SG9, and left in lier flight from Paris. This lace was copied from a piece originally in possession of Mine, de Pompadour. liut the liydtc of the young lloman , Princeling was ,11;i,le and furnished in j ... .n it T -,. , c I California at the Ladies' repository of i c T, . , , -u :tt;f,,fTr, Vra i San Irancisco, of which institution .Mrs. , Mackay i3 a directress. It is remaiKab.e chiefly for the ex.juisite fineness of the materials and the dalicacy of the Work, Valenciennes lace being the chief trim- ming employed. Some of the cm- .i broidery- .on the flannel skirts and i blaukets is the work of a lady over seventy years of age, and is of great beauty. The basket is shaped Tike a shell, and is bordered with a white lace rutlle. Fashion Notes. Fancy straws are all the rage in milli nery. Both bracelets and bangles arc fashion able. Jewelry is again in fashion and is worn more than before for several j years. Canvas material have fringed borders or drapery. Striped pongees show delicate combi nations of color. Xew silk goods are striped with seer sucker effects. Some of the new bonnets have perfect ly square crowns. r!ack silk stockings with lisle thread feet find a large sale. Pale pink and silver is a much admired i j. i n i 1 combination for ball dresses. i Bodices for; bridal dresses are low 'in ; the neck and short of sleeve. f . . , . Satin mervillleu.K with snot effects is j um iI for stylish spring toilets. '. - Odrich feathers of two different colors . . , j are seen in some of the new fans. ; Du-k ami wliite or fancy linen vests ! are worn with tailor-made d reuses Cactus cloth is a new material w ith a ' surface composed of soft silvery hairs. . ft f it vc -. t A novel but cllehtive apron is made of ' ' ? narrow- strips of seersucker with insertion ; of Russian lace. . ' -r . l i c t i i 1 , plain colors for costumes either fabrics may be used for the skirti i i . Among quite new stvms m round liats are the French toques and the En!idi walking hats wdth doulile lirhr.s. Hlack and white stripes are in demand, as are littl stripes in otlur hues; then t hi re, are cheeks aain and 't;uds. C dhirs of ruhv velvet are edr,,d with jet heads ami fastened with h.-ws t,f yot rihhon correspond;tor j:i c.ior. Vel- Tiie variety of stvles of p ,rao!. are al- .r..,.,. t ..,... m fact, they are in minv cases mad'- to mat Uil. 1 Small cro "lu t or bail bt;tt'.ns are uod for the btxlices of dres.ses the skirts of whieh are trimmed wth lar"e buttons. (Ottoman silks were by no means a pass, in fancy, many who wear expensive toil ts Meeting them ill preference to the clivaper i 'r1:lutui? I lo s m i ,t; f . .r t hp nr-rl- nf rrcni 1i j.-'. ;-"--,. .s 1 mull or uauze, finished with oops of 1 narrow ribbon, cold-corded cdires or tin- are worn at the belt. Diagonal fronts upon both bajuc 1 street jackets are very popular, and Eng lish cutaway coats fastened diagonally across the chest with two butto::-s are :dso considered very chic. A walking costume of moss-colored cimvas striped witli brown, old p.'.d and myrtle, lias a ph-atcd' skirt. The onlv i trimmings of thr riosti'lbvi 1irM1:r,- r collar and culls of velvet corrc-siM ,.V, f to the ground tone of the dress. 0 POPULAR SCIENCE. The yonn? of the condor, r.t their home n the height- of the And--, remain in the nest for a year, being fed by the pa-- rents until they are able to ily. A gigantic sea-weed, more than .1,500 feet tens has b-.x-n found near the equa tor by the ship '(. lever," Captain John Stone, portion-; b ing taken to Montevi deo. A member of the Koyal Horticultural Society of London hr.s observe! h dahiias collect muc'i '.lew- On I heir leaves; the p.-aeh roe and evening iirimrcso verv little; xvhii - th.e quince An. f mulberry arc only very ssigiitly wet. A calculation made of the figures of a mile-long railroad train drawn by a, sin gle lo om-.,!ive. establishes that there were :,gg t. ns weight on. this train, whieh vas drawn by a single fifty-Svt-ton engine. This would be more than the we giit of many steamships with their cargoes. Ir ha rc i found by Dr. Tait that th? car in women can perceive higher notes, that is, sounds with a grcatt r number of vibrations per second, than the ear in ! Munds ii both ear-, the ri'ritcnr usually ; hearing a higher not'- than the left. The lowest continuous -o u d have about .-ix-terii vibrations per se.-;ml. ' ; A new French VlocktrrTtair.s a novel ; appiicatica of the nignet. The clock ' app- ars like a tamMrine with a circle of ; flowers painted on its parchment head. ; Around the circle crawl two bees, the 1 larger requiring twelve hours to complete j the circuit, while the smaller makes it j every hour. The flowers represent four j divisions, and the bees, which are of iron, are moved by two magnets, carried 3Uit under the m,nibrane, by th2 clock- work Inside the tamborinc. 4 Accordnigt t-c calculations made by ,,v . i , J a ecientin-- Writer lately, it re pares a prodigious amount ojL vegetable matter to form a layer of coal, thu e.-tiraate being that it would really take a million years. ; iu luim u euai iif ti. ini leet xniCK. i lie United Stat: s lias- an area of l.etwecn ;-;oo.OOU oml -JUsruOO suuare miles of coal fields, lOo.OiMi.f 0 ) to'as of coal bcim ! mined from the-s fe.dds in one year, or enough to run a ring round the csrth at the equator live and one-half feet wide and live and onc-hal." Tiet thick; the. quantity being sufficient to supply the wdiole "world for a period of l,oOJ to 2,000 years. The four feet of an ordinary ox will make a pint of neat's foot oil. Not a bone of any animal is thrown awav -Many cattle's shin bones arc shipped to ! England; for the making of knife handles, ! wdiero tliey bring $40 .per ton. The thigh boms are tho. most valuable, being j wort n ;s0 per ton for cutting into tooth- brush handles. The fore h g bones are ! worth $:) per ton, and are made into j collar buttons, para-ol handles and jew j elry, though shceps" legs ::re the staple parasol handles. Th? water in which, the bones are boiled is reduced to glue, and the dust which comes from saw ing the bones is fed to cattle and poultry. Earliest Methods of Measuring Time, The story is that King Alfred had no. better way to tell the time than by burn- i j ing twelve candhs, each of which la-ted j two hours; and when all thetwelve were ! gone, another day had passed. Long before the time of Alfred, and long bc- f( re the time of Christ, the shadow of the sun told the hour of the day, by means f v , . , ,,. -' V of a sun-dial. 1 he old Chaldeans so placed a hollow hemisphere, with a bead m the center.that the shadow of the bead on the inner surface told the hour of the day. Other kinds of dials were after- ward made with a tablet of wood or strai-at 1'" ,of m?"1 tablets were marked the different -hours. - Y heii thy shatpnv c:llue lo tllt. ,n:,rk IX ir ,V;iS nnlu o'clock in the morning. The dial j was sometimes placed near the groun 1, or in towers or buildimrs. You see. in the j.ieture. two sun-dials that are in the Cirayand Black Nunnery in Ottawa, the s-npitnl of Canada. The old clock on the n ,,.,. ,, - t . 1T u , eastern enu ot l aneuo Hall in boston was. formerly a dial of this kind: and on some of the old church-towers in Kngland .V,)U m:u Ke them to-ilav. Aside from the kii (Is mentioned, the. dials now m ex.steue.' are intended more for orna- : mi ni tha.i for u-e. In' the days whe l , : duds Were us 1. e:i h o w -ontuincd a motto of so-i;e kind, like these: 'Time llies like the sh-dow," or, '" tell l.o hours nit tlio-e that ar-- ha'pi-iy."" I Hut the dial could housed only in the ' daytime: and. even then, it was worthless I whi-n the sun was covered with clouds. ' In order to nv asun: the hours of the i ni-ht as well ns the hours of the d iy. the i ire'ks and lloinns used the clepydr;i. . whit-h means: '-The water steals awav.' S A I a re jar was tilled widi water, and a hole was made in tlie bottom through which the wat- r c u'l run. The in tho-e da vs. was r.ot transparent' No one could s.-e fn-m tin- on'sido hnw-mnch v.-at r hf.d escaped . So there w as made, on the ia-ide. certain !::xk- that told the hours as the water ran out: or ei-e a stu k w ith r.otches iu the edu' was uij-pl in o the w ater, ard the dcoth of what was left sh"wc 1 the; hour. Sometimes the water dropp -d int another iar ie whir', a .'. oV f wvo-1 wai ihatin-, the block rising as the hours -n. Once' in a while. S:.!'"!- I i l- - r.-li m-.T-i t. i.l . .'-.,. .-.1-.. , . 1 - .i;-.-t ,.c-i fj- r.t t:--r- , 7. ,-..:. i . i -i - nour. iv Kl:. A blast furnace ard rolling mill have been erected lately in IJo'-ofa. The ma chinery was bought ir. ti e br ited Mate. ana i. co t lie owners as much to car; thi ti : machmerv tr-.ra t:. lie-id of .i. tion, ta. , mi; uV ilC .Maplalena, u tiie ti'irr'-'ui. i-i ... 1 v .... L , ,l '1,. ;e:iu freight combined An important function Mtmnlatrrf. A.c K.ui.i-j--, exercise most cj.-tr;A'- icrtarit fane- 1 liei.s, v;i:rh tax to tr-.e utm e so ve;ir-rr.e that they ' l the StrOT:-?! ar.l i ; lTff.l.. " ""l-lrt.i.l- t ry b: eat a. cv- -.ttt-r s?. r-i . i'-v. ;!!.c:ract:v.ty. not or.iv kvf j i,; In:;..- rrant -.:: ? f..r i .' a n-c-i .1 s, av. 0f -L)iC lii.it yi--a :r.'-rt b-eo;r.e iu . . J.:. V "il..3 '.. to fa-l ii a j rey to dia- Lhi L r V ,e,;'1'15' !-';:trt totLem. 7 ..-.1 r-. t-.v s.-;i -.;c-s the deyeluj-ment t,f r.ev aVe-m Tfe ! J-;1 Irtaies:;, the b;,,,l are -fi from S r.-ysw;S-:,ht!n dchrth sk i i:f0Ve ' 1 .u : if-. .rR.., ri--- . -t wmuM . "'4 !:he s?ni 1 '.'f r,! i--!' :ra :.e.i , ;f a:, driar'ed -C-iVe. . reou, are Ucy ' t Grant on Bragg-. ras known thnt Mr. Davt his vis ited ijsagg on ilissiuuary ilidge u ilir-rt time . before my reaching Chattanooga, says Gen. Grant in the .Century. It was reported and believed that' he had come out to reconcile a serious diilerer.ee be tween Bragg and Long-treet. and finding this difficult, to do, planned the campaign against Knoxville. to' be conducted by i t'te Inttpr rrti" t hhd hhCM both bragg and Longstreet bef rc the war the latter very well. We had been thr. ' years at West Point together, ar.d alt- r my graduation, for a time in the s-ame the Mexican war. I knew Drag- in Mcv- ! A ?l'RAXTOX (Pa-) Vn "ho matched x i-o. and met him occasicnallr sub-e-' pcwpaper from a ncwboy without pay oucntlv. 1 cotild bll tmd'Tvfr.nd liuv j' for it i in the Lackawanna Cqunty tte re might be an irreemcil;:b!e' .lilTer- Jail for petit larccn. i . tr between them. Hragg was a reinai- I .ably intelligent, and wen mfurmed man j rofes,-ion:lly and othcrai-e. He wa i abo thoroughlv urright. Ihlt he wa , 1essed of an ira-cibk- temper, and! ,, r : v a naturally ii-putati.us. A man of tlie highesrinnral l;;!r.::-t;r and the mot - t ie. :t habits, vet in the old armv lve in freouent trouble. a suburdi l."'koi:t t nate i e was alv.avs n the . .:ioh I'." rMt,,!,-,.;,-,. M)oc r jji f rinfjbl :p'-ii h'j'f.igaiivt-s. a a Dost C'jnimamJ- cqualty vigilant to (Klo-r ine j nt to cate f tiie lightest infringeme nt of the movt trivial i-nlfT 1 li-i(- io tlw oti M'lor i . . ,, , ' ' f T .i:.e,!oTe told characteristic, of Bragg. . m on:- occasion v.heji .--tationed at a pt ! : veml companies commanded lev a j t-eU: i -dicer, he was hint .-elf commanding; (,f ..,,,,.:, -io,l -it il,e ,.... . ti'ue in-tCttt- as P.-e t. tuarif-nnasicr and C'o-i-.imhssrv. He was a Fht LivuUmar.t at he time, but his, captain was detached i 1 'tlier (; v A- Ol ll " -mpanv he mad?- a reouisiiioii upon the ' u.ii termastcr-diimself for something I vilt.'s k?kyku..k, oh Bixjod and Liver -, , .it , t i ' i Syi;ci. Hie universal rente iy for the cure of -I. U;l:-lC,l:tlAs Qrtermaster ha Ue- ; rof(lla Whllo SNVeliiag3, llheumaiwm, lim c;i::ed to hi! the r'juisit!t)n a'ld indors. d , Bloicls. Eruptions, Venereal tore and en the back of it hi rei'son 1- v so. doing. Di-eases.Coasumption, liroitre. Boils, Cancers, .'is eonipunv -onimamt."r he res-,ondl'd to .. - v i .1- uiujiiijii 1 "l!luIai:U'.l 111. J 1 n lUUi I o ' this, urging that his requisition called, to: nothing-but what lie was entities to, , and that it Was the duty of the Quarter- master to hll it.. The Quartermaster .till ..Jcf-wi 41,.,- i ,.; i.f i n,;. condition of affairs llragg referred tht u..u ;a- iii, ui. in i"'-; v. hole, matter to the commanding officer, j Tlie latter when he saw the nature of the r . , , ... i -'ii. ui.tgg, uu nuvu cjuuiieiieu i l ai j eveiy olheer in the anny, and now you, are quarrelling with yourself. " Ch to (go Ledger. Hut few men permit kindness of heart to interfere with their business, and thoso who do more often prd knocked n a double-geared cocked hat for their pains than otherwise. Tiitkt'f.Ex" million siccp are said to i have died in the New -South Wales with- !. in the last thtee vears for wnnt of water. Dr. R. Butler, Master of Arts, Cambridge Iniversity, England, says: ''St. Jacobs Oil acts like magic.1 Even a fool wrmM more often he s;is;ior !ed of orJitl iry wnc if he or s!ie wou'd s;t d v:i, lok wise and say only ''yes'1 iiiui '"no,"' a- anit no l.'Usine.s is nhout as hnnl a ihimf known to ordinary mortals to doom such jieopie with According to the testimony of physicians ! and coroners, in all parts of the Union, deaths have resulted from the use of coucjh eyrups. conlainin morphia, opium and other poisons. ! In this connection, Dr. isamT Cox, of Vash. ' ington, after careful analyses end.r3es Red I Star Cough Care as bo ing purely vegetable, j and absolutely free from opiate., poisons and j narcotics. Price, twenty-live cents. j The hud boy fools his oid irriOd:nfther by 1 lakitej: her religions pjipt-r out of w tapper, j w!:en lie take it from 1 h- pos'o!h' :'. ;oil (...ir i ing an il lust ratd police p i per in t In- wra pi-r. i and the old lady ieoks ov-r tin pictures ,-uid ! thinks religion in tln-se days i picit y rou .-!.'. "tlovp Can She Ever liove Iliai ?' i" w hat you you often hear said w hen the pro .pe th e groom is the victim of catarrh. "How can she ever bear such a breath.'"' "How resolve to link lier destiny with that of one with a disease, that unless arrested, will end . in consumption, or perhaps in insanity ?" Let.j the husband that is, or is to be, tret lr. Safe's Catanh Lemedy, and cure hin.self before it is too late. By druggists. j Men re often Lrave tor iar .e being called I cowards. ' Why co limpintr aroundUw-it h your boots run ! o-r. when Lyon's Heel StirTehei's will kee , them straialit ? i The ISrown Cotton ii'i . No. 1." J ' "It is -i m j': y perfect." lias ail th latt nni-rovenieiils and li-;i fl'fO (if ;) ; charges at ihit aeeetire.e pam. 'ti j to t om pany at New London, ( t.. for eataloue uriok yniir t:ier( hatit to order o:n tor o i. I.va's r:;tN;s. Kat l'ejfiie-- -e. rpnn. ::'n" ar.d f;rst-cta5 s'linri'T iwrt. sec ao'v; . As n l air drf I n tr. Hall's iXiir Ilenewcr l.'u tio equal. Ak your di n.;:st for i;. The only warruao-d tuie lor cLiUs and fever ia Ayer s Ague Cure. 6w Vi ni:levtt. it tends, l-y uiiiwe.ri. g iiutn:i - ::1 u;- t .r liapid l?clme. ! 1 THE BESTTGHli Vn:dk!y and t3ple!iy t arr liv itpf-pisin in 'II it tormv Henrtburn, Krlch'tuu, TatirK thu l "ood, ".c. It ennchea an px.r;r. t r;p . pp"tr. tr.d aidt3 -M. : bui oi t -nX Mr W. 1 . V Tmir a M stjokq ba.Idrr. : m"jrri"y. A'.i.. -5Ts: ' I t-er. a .; rrr wf.r. !;- !.. rfUC. j-irs. I l.n-.e lrd Tir: '3 r :r,c i1 w it i -rjt r. ion r-!. Kr-.au Irea B.;r tu' :r".'- c: rs-'i m-;. I rf:"er :i'r ris m.-!.-tf.i ft '" Mr J. :il Kii K.iL&. - Faaip asd Mai;.'ia , Npvr : r. ;-. i-S, . I .r ?;ir.'- I .- a it::"jr ! : lj;i;a a: ; t - iTsrv .as ra.s1ii :'. -t rv.j-sf. I -if-d Br '3 ! -tfa t;.u---. a.-,i I ro r. .T;o5i:i; .c..':: '.'O. - j t r-r'' rr r1 . '.' in,3JC'! CM &bT-Trdl!irk v i rrd rI '.-.r.'i .,2 n; ;iPf Ta' r up uliirr, ! vl on!? i. V.UOV C IIFMiCAL O.. UALTlilOKI . M TI Macrszino fer imnr- er ir; finm t.l t'nx. Ti t'.- -rt .1 t' - .vi in m m iw i jij ijiij BEST TGHiS ? " 111 ' it-...,, -liHirgiig.TOy --tBsaTN TALLAIa) CAixrjiy, r---?.T:vr. ksx ta..;et ntn?. M-VilLlN riUE u k i.- I I ri t Tra-sterctir mr.eT Al.!'f !.. "FI: -I i-.-'-AM; w Us y TKc Class in Botany. Class in botany please rie. U. "V.Tix h is" the most popular vege table aiteTr it ? Vmd:" A. "The b:et." Q. - Which is the most painful?"' A. ''Tne b-onion." 1'r. fe-sor "hame on you, sir! Xc2t.n A. "Corn." Q. "Which is the raost aristocratic i" A. -The tt.rnip." Vtciis-G" ' :l.p!'n yourself, ir!' A. "li-. cause the bet part oi it if under ground. v J.'-j'e. f- every ianr.iv contention extra i-ounntt on hi nhgv To Consurui:ia, or ttio-e rrlth weak lur.p, snittinfT t blccnl, J:'11"! ;-ndre.l affecti -ns ef flf? 1 a .-eiiil t.-net nts :n tamiw tor lr. i. . . l,cree'.- tr.ai se n tliee maiadie. Address te UutturiiuiLal!l"- As man trrow-. in w i-du!!i he K-arr Ilo'.v in d -t net-i t v. or'.d ; of -him. The iuret, swectpt and best C"1 Liver Oil ia the world, manufactured from fresh, healthy Jivtrr. urs'ti thi? a!iore. It is absolutely pure a ad steb !'-oif"if who havo onc taken it ,r, : j-, ajj ,.tiu-r; I'h irian." have dc- i . i, -1 it Pi!;,-rior to ant of the other oils in virx. Made by CastrelU-Hiurr.M & 00.hew lorii. TuAi-prn !iMs, face, pimples an3 fo-ngh C)trvl )y u?inB juniper Tar Soap, made Sy Cas-.vell, Hazard & Co., New York. rAy shouM Tive" ineTitnTl fear, and suiTcr from i lie ir.ore serious troubles that sw o K-n a;i-ar, wl.cn Dr. Kilmer's Completu 1 ::mai a: Ulmkdv Ascertain tonreventund cure 1 amor ami Cancer there. 5oth!n Like It. Na medicine has ever been known so effeo- ' ! ttiai in the cure of nil those diseases arising froni an impure condition ef the blood as tk't)- n da'd kindred diseases. There is no belter . . . 1 : . t. v. p:t!,s cf carinsa be AN,,LlVKIt yKUr, w ei si uriiisf usauuiuiioimiiriiun iuau riSAFArtILt.A, OR lil.OOD ,-hieVi f lti no th Vilncxl and give permanent beauty to the skin. - ; ; Happiness that don t make us forget others' j.) is.; r v is li a ! IM ! a-ss 1 ndeed. : . How Women tVoitfd Vote. "Were wonien allov. ed to vote, etery- one in the land who has used Dr. Picrce'e. "Favorite rrescriptieii" would vote it to t.e fTt unfailing remedy for the diseases peculiar to her tex liv druggists. - uevil should Lave credit for one thing. He ivvard- all aiik. " ItiT -Itoney In It For I's." Among the 150 kinds of Cloth Bjund Dollar Voiuracs Riven away by the Rochester (N. Y.) Jhixricaii JIural Home for every $1 subjorip tien to that Grcato page, 43 col., 16, year old weekly, (all 5x7 inch es, from 300 to 900 page b mad in cloth) aro Law Without Lawyers. Danelson's (Medical ' Vatnilv Cyclopedia. Counselor. i Farm C. clop uia. Dova' Useful Pastimes. i ar;nf.r.i- and stocK- rive icars ijtiore xne l.'t'fder Guide. Mast, (-'rt-.nion H.nse in Peoples' flistory of I'oiiitiy Yard. United States. ' World Cyclopedia. Universal History of What Every One All Nations. Should Know. Fopular Historr Civil War (both sides). ny one book and paper one year, postpaid, j 1.15 only ! Satisfaction cuftranteed. lltfcr- ! ict : lion. C. 11. r.vnsoxs, Mayor liochester. i auqi es c. ikcn.vn iio:ie o., i.ii., aneu- : I . ... -.. it . 1 -r -ft . t . Ahmit the only w ay to euro conceit, if in uei iteil, is to die, l'nmehitis is cured by frequent small doses of 1 -iso's Cure for Consumption. Ladles ! Tlioscdull tired look's and f eelinsrs PIcak volume 1 This Jtcmouy corrects all con ditions, restores vigor and vitality nnd Drinire Cv K'lelr voiahfiil lilnom N' and beaut v. J rxiansU. lTciarr-a at Or. Kilmer HDIS , I'C.vsai;y, j:inrhamton, . i. " ROANOKE COTTON PRESS. Tlifilef and f 'upnpett Pims ititKln. OigtB Ipb tlmn nhltr over ..t her ir?s. Iltiii'lrtln in ati)il u at hot to tnin unrl lioire p.iwer jr'nr". Jltie fsHfrtiiii!! ar.y kiii can pick. Aiciref KoiNfue Ikon an'D - flv- LCJ '. W" on WiiKKS, Cbattnoog, i r- WILSON'S j CHAMPION SPARK ARRESTER . l?rt open drnnulit nrrrnlfr in 1 li v-i Id. Mo morf sin tiounr Imii i!'I Jrum -ii(;inr ;irU. ld ui i:; rii i i !. roe for CiiTii lai . T. T. INDSOK iV t O., N. s. -. A jr " '. y illedelllf,;n. . TIspririf.iluf AtrmJ (i tf1 f..r fcaie of Arr-tr. fVji 9 with s-nal c o .t.t! malt to V per day aefl S3 t.W witii oiu'.-t'ri.i'-tir !ii"t- O'ltftts. No ex- t'r ii e It j..iy9 ! is' w th other iusin? ft. In srori . Mi- ! .s. at hoiii..r i r-.a l.o i v to l.'iuso ; affords Uf a ly v. r-: pays ,'iOi) nmm cent profit. We fioco;,-au'H u- MkVtlB a" ;vles an 1 nali.-, of lor ftS2J tro;. Wurlt (iuaran tee.l. no ri-t. j.ar tienljr frre. or ir) iiaae i,MU,'.iic ,. jak I'hnfi-'trrtj,',." fcfi j Sam pie I'noto ma le lv Kmpiie ,4 n-itfit' ".i-it; writ xtpai.i, for l-'et . 'Write t ..lay. r.auic t).U lBJrftUlpPJ wfc VfQKlEn No Ropa to Cut Off Horses' Manes- KV Cel. ! r.o .i K( MINI ' IIAI.TJilt $L nnd 15 It 1 1) I.K t oiubined, eirin i v ) Slip,,.": :o nny u r-. s.,;n,, Jxy Hi.iter to any r--irt of i'. S. free, oa K.iT-lwar end ilaruf-ss 1 .-ai-ri t,. ..!..! .1 Ic.. ...... t.-. tr.. T I . . Sif 'id f r I'rif-e' f j. r. M(;iiTiiorf?E, Iochtrer N. V. lVt;lLlIi XLi;3' lmfT. Ai eif Ef c.mrtmn- mci oee csr. Triml pmet- mc-" Cosiulu-.ior. aa-i k-i i-y t-a:: FRKE. A'2-Jiti Dr. WARD T6 CO.. UHMAM, 0. ! f DOLLIES 'h f' f'r-i' and Jl cr'-wrSEW I G M A ( H I KS. U'utuui! t '. S ii-:.f".- .-t4. f o --: i . m. $ -''.$'!. ImLu. IaI.M a CO. 41 t . Emmr St., I ki-j. ST id U ll f iv il A K 1TB cared jjj, rw-ft it-tiiar fni free. Oi .rlw-.... .... ... - t ,.-!.. H.aL a! i i. i ..i. i . ii. ik . At:an?a, u Cma. BH 'let-t.bO. II ., bit rurl ia i: i !: 61 to dy K"f no, .j ipitl'BUcarJ i X IwrBli laaHpiTt . , -.. ?: B.,n,v,u:a y. Mten. 73 A TCTMTG Ob::cl. Sond ittmp Jot XT l I I Ohveuur.-.iiia. U ! I tleni Uwfr, W ua.wn. I. C! pi ' 1A BJIIa Great EBjliili Gout ai Ulail S IlilSi Rheumaiie Re mi 7. Oval iix. Sl.UO; raa.M) eta. BEST IN THE WORLD. Riflo. - r; r f rss.i. Perfect .AK2IS CO., New JIaen, Conn. IsTte-BESt . iVaierprGOiuoai rn a r-sa c-r m:tr rr at. Th-FTs!! rSAM STiCRCl: ' rucxt-J taiet xur. "if ' .-'- lbs ELY'S CREAM BALM CATARRH hra ap?1!? into th no tni. mil b borbl. head of catarrhal m-w, cautinff bealtby aacwtiyr? H a iaya latiammatioa. pro tect tb matnbrane from freah cold. comp:et!j heal aorra and restore taa aenaA f taata aad aruail. NolaLipiiorSDaf. A few replications relie. A thorvii:h treatment will " riro Asreeable to at ?HAY-FEVB Ireai for circu;ar 6C o t or by mail ELY BKOTHKRS. Irtijtc"t. 0fa. T. aho rrfiit. Tke et Job Press ia the itiiiii--ei-t. ih-cj'' and txirs n:Dnlr.(t sc frer iX'U!. .i (it-J -uarxn tion. f f7ii mad-. fJrxiC i t t-nlax. 41 Ar.S'i., EOOK AGENTS WAX'TT.D for PLATFORM ECHOES or LlYIXO TKUTn tOtl HKAI AM) Ur.VKT. Joh )i . Gouffh. m last and irowrln? YJt- -ork. Mnt in f tSTtRics Int-f et. fcuinor i.l pai:- R-h: pu;e. wJ jw'. tu ' 'J Un-'uor an.l tt-ir " it .r l t ft... X" J " ' J the J'.ifti4 OeaiS. of M. Ooush. Ut. J. i. A: BOTT. li0fO AfenU VVnt.il.- Mftt W casru. I u aoo nwul c y;w.t( - ', He frlri TtTn et.J 'v frtijhtr. Writ-JJOI cir j, U) U. 1. V01M Ul.ii? i ti)n Utt--l.w-. vu,... Ar xr vniz. Tli r W--L DODCLA! Ben material, porteri e. trials any 1 5 r J6 eho., every r arr.,0'l none tinleM m;ie Huttoa atirt Lace. lioj-B ak fp for the Vi I.. 1ouk1: ?,r, -74 83.00 Shoe. m tij !" N 7 me fiOOfcUoe. It r caflivt "pi ;il eri.ten'laddrmqnpoiitHl C? tti. a tm rum (lfkc l - 1 ' card to W. L. Douglas. Brockton, Mus. awarded FIRST PREMIUM (Four Cold Medals. Ail -r rO''y.."'';" BEST VALUE for YOUR MONEY. IX BUFFALO ALEJOMPANY.CFfALO.H.Y. MvoISi 2 ami InK'timridurr, f.ot lr.t.-uCv. Im t'fTeelualiv. i mn v r.-'l-tit:Jlf ant! !to for lb Alt-Mho! Iliibit na l ih only rem'ir Oial :area t rud IrU.! o;tle. Hiflio enilorofd by lie" wet teal profi'Mp.iji an:l pr-'parcil by known New Yrk i'' f'eiAii. Sen-1 tumps for clrcul.-ir. and ref.-rer.cw Address "SAl.Vo l'.MIKI'V." No. 2 West Mth Sr.. .New Yurie A STEP IN ADVANCE OF ALL OTHER: Jf3rTTER IKSTfiUl'INTt. LOW F H PRICCG. 7C A Nr Plan. WRITS, INCLOSING Stamp for Full Particulars DEI N BROS. 4 CO. NEWARK, N. J. i'implr. JlloUhr. Srnly or Oily Htemlsben nnd nil Shin l)iwr-nt tuti' l and Complexion I'eautified by BeeiOa'sAromaiic Alum Suipiiu? Sosp." Sold by Drugg-M' or Ffnt liv mnil o.i rrrript o' fact u rer, 20S Nor! li 1 1 r t . t , I'l.l a ! I-'.!" '.i J- Rrind yur cv,'n BoRC' UliilU vrui. st-r :-.e::. CSAI!A l l'..- nsM ' Mil UK- ft X iVS. it. WilRoa-K I'urn.n. c cnt. morf inadf Ir. l'."epu..r "S'S try. juo powi i: MII.I-M b I FET Mil.LHe t lrr iliM n.l fef-anon:. ;' OnappUcatlou. WILSO.V K.. 4t. ' Lea's Springs, Granger Co., E. Tain. Only 21 miles from Kn avil. -ti.v ri'r-a 1 t l-e:v I'-- Finn mountain :uid rv ceiTy; f:i:i''l. r-nv; chiI, !)-.!: ), v ; H'ii. ri-r nit -ir.il mmril t-r-w '" ' Si'C i'.i-ir, li a- k Sii!i-ir, C 1 1' 1 e- it-. Lent .! ' "" lull'!. tl t mud oid m ii;. i i: f,it i. . K . 1 i ' ' ' ' 1 tiii.iwmwits ; ti'j l)iiMniir; n'n cr!','ii erst.U rmo-s. A.i.ir.- St. J'. It I " i li..s, lh. for r i' o i?riitent-t. H0RPH1NE HABIT CURED. A NKW llf.TIKHt. DK. J. C. IIOFI .I A , Jr-T r.n U . - -JAMS -et I'iekle. JELLY lurgar, 'nteti;. I'irii m, Canning a iid K ra ill-urn Uiiic or far!ii -' i'. le.i.e.i i $,r with -very d: !. i. li of a- 1 .ni'p n '-: f ' I i'Allh -K W l.SIl..'. Vr.r. I ti ;.- i . . '!.. i. v.!i. A r t. Kuliial i;id""i:i ft s..-j W it r-c 1 v. ; -- i i . i ! ; , r r . - V ' i P. . f JfCj Hi'ie.i -ir -liv o : m TBURST01F3 peTrI TOOTH POWDER tveepinc Teeth Pc-rfcrt ci4 t.um Ilealtbv. Sis to n I . 1 1 - " i!i " 1 f-i - ;;-r ".ir i 1 ir iuj for 'ir-u--i . Of 1. tllM -iiA.'J. AU -i',,.-n,i , i.. ensions - . S ' '. .- r --'0 I.I iscaasU.U. cts.BUYS AHORSE luW lei i.; j oo Oihi i - 1 aftl n- l' J r3n '" r1 n: 'vr o pc i'jr want wf 3).tl;c to cure i.tn. n i'c , ".' for a lre-mt. Bay or. ar.i :r.' y ' Iicnird: for all Horac iiM-at. I'ivt t - s ho to le.j t Aje of licre. .let Jtt-i Ivf 3ti cecu ia iua .S. Y. HOItSK P,o,K CO , 14 Lecsarti M., N V. 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