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A BtVSHINO MAIDEN'S PLEA.
ve me lieed, ly by thy Hide, I plead That I may be thy blugliing bride. I long, I wildly long, to press Thee to my lieart—I know 'tis raBk 1 I pine to print a fond careia Upon thy meek and mild mustache. Why, tell me why, thine eyelids drop Why turn away so pettishly Say, why with fierce, tumultuous flop Thy bosom heaves coquettishly I know that thou art young and fair As tiny buds iu early spring But thou shalt be my constant care, Thou frail and fragile little thing I I'll sew thy Bhirts and darn thy hose, Thy viotuals cook, thy fires will light— I'll grease thy gracious Grecian none Eneh snowy, croupy, wintry night 80, surely, thou'll not tell me nay, And bid me, dying, quit thy side Brace up, pull down thy vest, and Bay That I may be thy bhuihing bride. VANQUISHING VICTORIA. Detail* of the IJMI Battle with the Scourge of the Mexican Border. [Chihuahua (Mexico) Cor. Chicago Times.] A little more than a year ago yon first learned that the famous Apache chief tain, Victoria, had gone upon the war path. Since then more than 300 human lives have been sacrificed—shot from the ambush, murdered in their beds, killed in every conceivable manner. Their victims were added by ones, twos and up to twenty at a single time, until at last it became either life or death with the people of of this frontier, and tliey arose in their might and followed Vic toria's trail by night and by day, work ing under every disadvantage. But the determination never left the pursuers they would destroy his band, and they did. Col. Joaquin Terrazas, the oldest and best Indian fighter on this frontier, was given command of an expedition against Victoria, his force to be organ ized from the rancheros and peaceful mountain Indians of the Sierra Madre. News came that the Indians had appeared only thirty miles from the capital and had stolen some stock. The next news we had was that Terrazas was after them in close pur suit. We must now follow him and his brave little army of volunteers. The Indians, being able to send out small bands of from ten to fifteen, were able always to keep supplied with fresh horses, while Col. Terrazas had to main tain his force as best he could. In the section of the State where this campaign took place there is a great scarcity of water, and it was essential to know every water-hole, as also every wrinkle in the mountains. After the end of two weeks of as close pursuit as circumstances would permit, Col. Terrazas found that the Indians, after staying at a water hole until the runners announced the approach of the trailers, would fill up the springs with dirt and stones. This, from the Colonel's long experience with them, led him to believe that they wi^ral to evade pursuit if possible. A fewrays of this work—weary marching by day and night, then hard work at clearing out these holes and waiting for the water to clear so as to be fit to drink, together with short al lowance of food—began to tell on the men unused to hardships from their in fancy. At last the provisions gave out. Not a pound of coffee, not a grain of sugar or meal, was in the chests of the little band. Col. Terrazas called his men around him and stated the case, explaining to them that they had yet before them days of hard marching and privation, and possibly defeat at the end. Would they follow him without food or rest, or would they turn back? To all those who chose to return he gave free and willing per mission. Three only availed themselves of the chance to return home, and the others, refilling their gourds and can teens, and watering their worn horses, again set forward. For five days and nights they followed close upon the flee ing horde, with nothing to eat except the flesh of their horses, which were killed when absolutely needed, stopping only lor water when they could go 110 further, until at last, 011 the fifth day, in the afternoon, they saw 11^0:1 the plain before them, not more than five miles off, the dust of the fleeing band. A hasty council was held, and the quick 1H id plan was as soon executed. The complete knowledge of the country pos sessed by Terrazas and his scouts led him to believe that the Indians would try and make a certain water-hole by evening, rest and water, and be off again, for they knew they were close upon them. To head them at this hole was the only hope of the pursuers, and every effort of the tired and wearied band was now put forth. Sometimes leading aud then driving their almost dying horses, they forced their way by a circu itous march, and arrived at the spring just at the moment that tho Indians appeared. Tliey had no time to refresh themselves, but charged the Indians, who took to the small mountains among the rocks for shelter. Col. Terrazas sent his chief, Juan Mata Artiz, with half the force around the mountain to cut off any re treat, and the Comanche scout Cruz took a few more and scaled an adjoining cliff, and did excellent work with un erring aim. All that evening and all night the fight lasted the Indians, se curely screened behind the rocks, being hard to dislodge. During the night the Indians built two bright fires, which were only allowed to burn but a short time when they were extinguished. Terrozas knew their meaning, and sent word around the line to keep a,sharp look-out The order was scarcely given when a volley and a yell told of the enemy in the rear. Encouraged by these demonstrations the Indians on the hill opened the battle anew, and attempted to fight their way through the line, but were repulsed. The attacking party in the rear, after losing three men, con cluded to leave, and did, not again re appearing. At daylight the fight was resumed with vigor, and continued until 11 o'clock, when Terrozas gave the or der. to charge the hill with saber and bayonet, it being apparent that the In dians were short of ammunition. Then the bloody work indeed began, and by noon it was over. Victoria and sev enty-seven dead warriors and Indian women lay upon the field, and seventy eight women and children were prison ers—a death blow, certainly, to the band. Not one of the Indians upon the mount ains escaped death or capture. The loss of Mexicans was three killed and eleven wounded, two of whom have since died. A Wrong Idea. The housekeeper who prides herself on having her beds all made the first thing in the morning commits a blun der. Let It be remembered that more than three-fifths of the solids and liquids taken into the stomach should pass off through the pores of the skin— 7,000, 000 in number—and that this escape is the most rapid during the night, while warm in bed. At least one-half of tiie waste and putrid matter (from twenty to thirty ounces in the night) must become more or less tangled in the bedding—of course soiling it—and apart of thiB may become reabsorbed by the skiirv if. it is allowed to come in contact with it on the next night, as it must if the bed ding is not exposed for a few hours in tiie air and light. We may well imitate the Dutch example of placing such bed ding on two chan-s near tho window in the sunlight, or in the window, that the best purifier known, the light of the sun, may dissipate their impurities, or neutralize them. At least three hours, on an average, is as short exposure as is compatible with neatness. About Rattlesnakes. An English scientific journal, not long since, gave an account of an attempt made by Dr. Arthur Stradling, surgeon on board a British man-of-war, to test the bite of a rattlesnake on his own per son, with the antidotes. Dr. Stradling shut himself up in his cabin after mid night with ligatures, ammonia, nitric acid, brandy and the serpent, Crotalus horridus. The snake was a small one, with but two rattles, but lively, and not at all in clined to lend himself to the cause of science. When the doctor introduced his gloved hand into the box, proposing to be bitten on the fleshless part of the wrist, the snake sprang out at the other arm, and inflicted two punctures, leav ing the fang in one. Dr. Stradling shut the snake up, pulled out the fang with forceps, and sat down to write out his sensations and to apply his remedies. He had no sensations, and applied no remedies. About four hours later he suddenly perceived a lump rising on his arm, and turned to the table to get the nitric acid, when lie became dizzy and fell on his cot insensible. There he was found an hour or two later, paralyzed in the lower extremities, his breath scarcely perceptible, his eyes fixed and glassy. Frightful convulsions followed, and it was only after the most vigorous treatment with brandy, sul phuric acid and ammonia for two days that he rallied. "He was as weak," says his attendant physician, "as a baby, and a mere lay figure for the ex hibition of beef-tea, arrow-root aud mis placed sympathy." No good could pos sibly result from so fool-hardy an ex periment. Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, the eminent American especialist in nerve diseases, made the poison of the rattlesnake and its remedy the subject of years of study and experiment. His monograph on the subject was published by the Smith sonian Institute. The result of his researches was that no known specific against the bite of this serpent is so certain as whisky, swallowed until the patient becomes drunk. The hunters and trappers of the lower Alleghanies reached tins conclusion long ago without any scientific research. Wo have heard among them of innumerable instances of bites, but of none which proved fatal when whisky was taken in time and in sufficient quantity, though in cases where the snake was old, and its fangs fn'l v^tm, the health of the victim was lnjuiuu ior life.. Wives. Three men of wealth meeting not long since in New York, the conversation turned upon their wives. Instead of finding fault with women in general, and their wives in particular, each one obeyed the wise man's advice, and gave honor' unto his wife." "I tell you what it is," said one of the men, they may say what they please about the uselessness of modern women, but my wife has done her share in secur ing our success in life. Everybody knows that her family was aristocratic and expensive, and all that, and when I married her she had never done a day's work in her life, but when W. &Co. failed, and I had to com mence at the foot of the hill again, she discharged the servants and chose but a neat little cottage, and did her own housekeeping until I was better off." And my wife," said a second, was an only daughter, caressed and petted to death, and. everybody said. Well, if he will marry a doll like that, he'll make the greatest mistake of his life,' but when I cams home the first year of marriage, sick with fever, she nursed me back to health, and I never knew her to murmur because I thought we couldn't afford any better style or more luxuries.", Well gentlemen," chimed in a third, "I married a smart, healthy, pretty girl, bnt she was a regular blue-stock ing. She adored Tennyson, doted on Byron, read Emerson, and named the first baby Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the second Maud, but I tell you what 'tis," and the speaker's eyes grew sus piciously moist, "when we laid little Maud in her last bed at Auburn, my poor wife had no remembrance of neg lect or stinted motherly care, and the little dresses that still he in the locked drawer were all made by her own hands."—Journal 0/ Commerce. His Wife Was Ahead. Some few years sincc, in the coun| of Penobscot, there lived a man by tl« name of if—-, whose greatest pleasurt was in tormenting others. His own fam ily were generally tho butt of his sport. One cold and blustering night he retired to bed at an early hour, his wife being absent at a neighbor's. Some time after, she, on returning, finding the door closed, demanded admittance. Who are you cried Mr. H—— "You know who I am let me in, it's very cold." -.••••• "Begone, you strolling vagabond. I want nothing of you here." But I must come in.".: What is your name?" "You know my name it is Mrs. ." "Begone Mrs. is a very like ly woman she never keeps such late hours as this." Mrs. replied If you don't let me in I will drown myself in the well." "Do, if you please," he replied. She then took a log and plunged it in to the well and returned to the side of the door. Mr. hearing the noise, rushed from the house to save, as he supposed, his drowning wife. She at the same time slipped in and closed the door after her. Mr. r, almost naked, in turn demanded admittance. Who are you?" she demanded. You know who I am. Let me in, or I shall freeze." "Begone, you thievish... rogue! I want nothing of you here." "But I must oome in." "What is yolir name?" "Yon know my name it is Mr. H-—." Mr. is a very likely man he don't keep such late hours." Suffice it to say she, after keeping him in the cold until she wns satisfied, opened the doo' Mid let lun» AMONG the paid bills and other docu ments received by a St. Louis man from his 15-year-old daughter, who was away at school, was a marriage certificate. That was his first news of her nuptials. PITH AND POINT. A CLOTHES comparison Matching silks. EVEN the chestnut worm will turn when roasted. IT is tho flat who loves to have others flatter him. IT don't tako a very fast horse to catch the epizootic. THE man who missed his footing probably had his boots stolen. No DANGEB of counterfeit coins in Spain. The money there is real. LOVIN' a cottage is more common than loviu' the cottage's mistress. THE killing of the devil may soon be expected. It's an impending event. ROBERTCOLLVER preached in New York 011 "The Man Who Lied for His Party," and the next day seventeen pew-holders sent in their resignations. AN insignificant little barrel-hoop lying upon tho sidewalk has been knoAvn to yank a man right out of the church and hurl him into the ranks of backsliders. AN Ohio maiden sued a man for breach of promise, and proved him such a mean scoundrel that the jury decided that she ought to pay him something for not marrying her. "DOES the cistern ever give out?" asked the gentleman who wanted to rent the house. "Never but once, and that was before tliey kept beer for sale in the corner grocery." "SIT down," said a handsomely dressed and vivacious young lady at a fashionable watering place "sit down it's about the only thing you can do here without being obliged to pay for it." A YOUNG lady of two-and-twenty re fused to" wed a man of 50, saying ho was neither one tiling nor yet another. He was too old for a husband and too young to hold out any immediate hope for wid owhood. SCIENCE enumerates 588 species of organic forms in the air we breathe." Just think of it. Every time you draw in a breath a whole zoological garden slips down your windpipe, and no free ticket to the press. A YOUNG man, while attempting to fix a "misplaced switch" on a young lady's head in a ball-room, stepped on her dress and "wrecked the train." She told him to oonductor to a seat, and be more car-ful in future." "I UNDERSTAND," said the Galveston Recorder, that you are a confirmed drunkard." Dat's wliar you is too soon, Jedge. I ain't "been confirmed in no church yit, but dc blue-light Baptises is giben Satan a heap ob worry about me." LATEIIV, when ROft, sweet breezes blew, The masher, blithe and gay, Bloomed radiant iu a flannel suit, His ulster packed away. But now eiiBt winds blow cold and chill, His spirits get reduced Ho hasten to Khont the flannel suit, For ulsters rule the roost. WHAT a relief it is to turn from the political editorials in exchanges, to the calm, dignified statements to be found in the local notices of patent medi cines. There is no lying iu patent-med icine advertisements.—Peek's Milwau kee Sun. "WHAT," exclaimed Demosthenes, as he looked around upon his hearers, "can be more valuable to a great people than a free ballot, a full vote, and a fair count?" "A bar'1," growled Diogenes, as he put his tub on his head and moved on.—Puck. WHEN A Yankee is struck by a thun derbolt, and knocked endways clear across a ten-acre lot, the only regret he feels upon recovering consciousness is the disheartening fact that he can't capt ure the bolt and exhibit it for money.— Norristoivn Jferakl. A FOND mother said to her little son Toinmv, my dear, I am going to give you a little companion soon which would y«m prefer, a little boy or a little girl Well, mother," replied Tommy, if it is the same to you, I would rather have a little donkey." MR. SMITH, you said you once offi ciated in the pulpit. Did you mean that you preached "No, sir I held the light to tho man that did preach." "Ah the court understood you differently. It supposed the discourse came directly from you." "No, sir I only threw light upon it." KNEW BETTER.—An old mother heard one of her daughter-in-law's callers say, My father was an ambidexter." After the visitor's departure the listener ex pressed her indignation by saying, That stuck-up huzzy was lying all the time. I knew her father well, year in and year out, and his name was Smith." THE VIOLIN.—A young artist who lives in a boarding-house wants to know how he can learn to play the violin with out disturbing the other boarders. Soap your bow, young man, soap your lww, and bathe the strings twice a day in sweet oil. Then yon can sit up all night and piny overtures, and nobody will mind it." Women and Politics. In this campaign the fair sex seem to be more determined than ever before to be heard. They are forming clubs for active service in many parte of the country, and several of them never miss an opportunity of giving utterance to their preferences and principles when one presents itself. That the gentle creatures should have preferences and principles is but natural but that they should open and run Democratic or Re publican headquarters in any district does not seem to be altogether the thing (o the average man in well-regulated communities. A gentleman would not like to come home at night to supper and learn that he could not get it be cause the wife of his bosom or his dear housekeeping little sister had to deliver a stump-speecli at the club or was mak ing arrangements for a torch-light pro cession. No women can be heard in politics in the household much more ad vantageously and effectively than they can on the stump or in any club room. —New York Express. A Collegian's Letter. The following letter has fallen in the hands of the New Haven Register: "Dear Father—I like college first rate, but it will be a couple of weeks before I can feather an oar just right. Tell mother to send me a double-soled pair of pants. I slid for third base on my best ones, and tliey look like a campaign banner after a gale. It's lucky I practised on your meerschaum before I came. It's awful strong tobacco tliey sell here. Affectionately your son, JAMES FRESH," A MONUMENT has been placed at Litiz, Pa., over tiie grave of Gen. Sutter, the discoverer of gold in California. Gen. Sutter's body lies beside that of his wife' in the Moravian graveyard at Litiz, and it is said that this is the first instance where it has been allowed, as there the bodies of men, women, and children are buried -apart.' Walking the Besf Exercise. Physical training puts good blood into a man's veins. There are many methods of exercise—boxing, rowing, fencing and other methods but men always have some kind of an excuse, and go on suf fering from indigestion and sluggish, poisoned blood. A man who takes a good swinging walk of a mile or more, as he is best fitted for it, does a good work for he has injected some good blood into his veins to the exclusion of much bad blood. If systematic exer cise is begun, it should be kewt uu and gradually increased. If a man sticks to his regular exercise for any length of time, he will not be disposed to give it up. The physical and mental results of a proper amount of exercise amply repay for investment, and make life a thousand times more pleasurable. THE largest organ in tho world is now building for the Stewart Cathedral at Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. It is distributed about in various parts of the building. One portion is in the tower, another over the ceiling, and another under the chancel. The large chimes in the tower are connected Avitli lhi: organ, and played by the organist. [Cillicotlie (Ohio), Ko=s County Register.] A Lady in llm ]l iltcr. That "woman's wit is oiten superior to man's wisdom/' was convincingly proved in a circumstanco that occurred in this city recently. It appears that Mr. bud wig Schwarzler, a widely known Gioccr on Station Road, suffered with a very painful rheumatic headache to such a degree, that he was obliged to seek the aid of a physician. All medicines he used were no avail. Tbis induced Mrs. Schwai/.ler to buy St. Jacobs Oil. She procured a bottle for her husband. Willi the second application he found relief. The pain left him, and he is as well as ever again. A remedy acting as promptly as this certainly deserves uni versal patronage. She Wonld See About It. Miss Patey said, when a Chicago clergyman, 111 a marriage ceremony, asked her if she would love, honor and obey her husband I will love and honor him, but whether 1 will obey him depends on circumstances." [Fort Wayne (Ind.) Sentinel.] Will lVoail«rs Ev«r Mr. John G. Fleddcrman, the well known Merchant Tailor, in Union Block, writes: "I was a sufferer for many years with Neuralgia and Rheumatism and found no relief uutil I tried St. Jacob.-) Oil. After using two bottles I was en tirely cured." IN a Missouri town, a thief, being caught in a man's cellar, explained that he was there to get out of the way of a cyclone. Free »T Coat. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Cold*, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc., is given away in trial bottles freeofeott to the afflicted. If you have a severe cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarseness or any af fection of the throat or lungs, by all means give this wonderful remedy a trial. As you value your existence you cannot afford to let this opportunity pass. We could not afford, and would not give this remedy away unless we knew it would accomplish what we claim for it Thousands of hopeless cases have al ready been completely cured by it. There ia no medicine in the world that will cure one half the cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will cure. For sale at wholesale by Gray & Hofllin, Minneapolis. The Reason Why, Dr. E. B. Halliday's Blood Purilier is held supciior to any blood medicine in the market is because it is the only blood medicine on the whole catalogue,that acts on the brain as well as the blood and on Ihe whole nervous sys tem, thus toningup every part. People in the Western States arc subject to catarrh and neuralgia which affect the brain. They find it clears the head of that depression as no other medicine ever did before. A trial will convince you. For sale by all druggists. Noyes Bros. & Cutler, wholesale agents, St. Paul, Minn. A goodly number uf graduates of literary colleges are always to be tuiind in the classes of 11. B. Bryant's Chicago Business college. The Volt 111r Belt Co., Mur.linll. Midi. Will send their Electric-Voltaic Bells to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. See t.heir adver tisement in this paper headed, "On GO Days Trial." Bucklon'K Arnica Waive. The best salve in ihe werldforCuts,Bruises, Sore*, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tut ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin EruptioLS. This salve is guaranteed to ijive perfect satisfaction in ev ery case or money refunded. Price So cents per Box. For dale at wholesale by Gray & Hofllin, Minneapolis. Coall Hot Setup Stairs. Mrs. R. C. Kobins makes a statement that for years she has been a great sufferer from kidney affection and that for several months the pains in her back were so severe she conld not get up stairs. She has now worn a DAT'S KIDNEY PAD for four weeks, is free from pain, aud believes herself entirely cured. Malarial fevers can be prevented, also other miasmatic diseases, by occasionally using Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator, the oldest general Family Medicine, which is recommended as a cure for all diseases caused by a disordered liver. Eighty-page book sent free. Address Dr. Satiford, 102 Broadway, New York. Dr. Bryant's Dental Parlors, S East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. Get Lyons' patent heel stiilencr applied to those new boots before you run them over. Those who couuii at night may secure rest taking Piso's Cute (or Consumption. Prices reduced for Dentistry at Dr. Bryant's. 8 E. 3rd gt., 8L Paul. Minn. IIMUI* R. P. HALL'S GALVANQ-ELECTSIC PLASTER. A Galvanic Battery is imbedded in a medicate! (he body, produces a constant forminp tn© most powerfnl remedial agent for the euro rf Rhrmnatism, i\V»/rabjia^ $ iatica, liwlachs* Spinal Difficulty, jYervous Disffttes, or Female TTVriAnrss Hw»r known. Its effect® are magical. 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CTIVE wanted tor or latest Book :N0TE THIS:"W""FFARDTH'",0° •pneation. ma hmat contribution] lltgratura published I 45 L«a5«gt,l THJ3 GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, GOUT, SORENESS or TUB CHEST, SORE THROAT, QUINSY, SWELLINGS AND SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET AND EARS, BTJHTJS AND General Bodily Pains, A DISCOVERY BY ACCIDENT, which supplies a want men of eminent ability have devoted years of study and experiment to find—• •pccillc for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs and Nervous System—and from the time of its discovery has rapidly increased ia favor, gaining the approval and confidence of medi cal men and those who have nsed it it has becoma a favorite with all classes and wherever introduced has superseded all other treatments. In short, such is its intrinsic merit and superiority, that it is now the only recognized reliable remedy. DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS are the most prevalent, dangerous and fatal affec tions that afflict mankind, and so varied and insidious in their character, that persons often Buffer for along time before knowing what ails them. The most characteristic symptoms are gradual wasting away of the whole body pain in the back, side or loins a weak, feeble, exhausted feeling loss of appetite and dread of exercise ecanty ana painful discharge of variously colored nrine: inability to retain or expel the urine minute shreds or casts in the urine and, when the disease is of long duration, there is much emaciation and general nervous prostration. THE ONLY CURE. TVe say positively, and without fear of contradic tion, that DAVS KIDNEY PAD is the first and only infallible enre for ever form of Kidney disease. It is the best remedy yet discovered for this com plaint, and more effectual in its operation than any other treatment. 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W« will tend oar Klaotro^oltala Belti »ad otbei of pmoax! Rheumatism, F« Electric Appltanoe* opon trial for HO d»f» to tboM at aiotsd with Narvoas Dsbllltf and diaMMiof 1 aatar*. Alto of th* T-Wer. Kidney*. Bbeami ralnla, It. A nri cure guaranteed or aa pa*. Addioa Voltaic Halt C»., Manfcall. Mich. PHOTO-ENAMEL, FOB Paiitiu Photoppts in Colon, OX «LA9», (without alio* oil.) 1'um long dealrad EKAKBZI la found. So aim (pot tles, Beautiful, permanent, life-like. Any on* cas learn. Mot expensive. Recommended by Harper's Basar. Bend green stamp, for particulars, to i, OONNOl-LY, No. Dearborn St., Roam tl, OHXCAao Profitable aad Agreeable jEmployaaot. SAPONIFIES to the "Original" OoMentrated Lyo and Bellahls Family Boap Maker. Direetioas accompany each Oaj (or making Bar*, toft and Toilet Mo qalokly It to fall weight and strength. Ask yonr grocer fM •APOHIFIKR. aad take no other. Prauyl nala Hall Sanafsetarlai C«., fklla. EY WoRt THE ONLY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time OB THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. These gTeat organs are the natural cleans- TERRIBLE SUFFERING. BIllonMH, Headache, Djipepala, Iin dice, Constipation and Pile*, W Kid* HJ Complaint*, Gravel, UMN/ Sedluient la the Urlie, Milky •r Ropy Urine or Mn*' matte Pain* aad Ache*,' are dereloped became the Mood 1* pelaotted I with the bunion that should hare IMW expelled natuiallT* KIDNEY-WORT I will restore the health* actio* aad all thews dofitrovlns evil* will he banished neglect them and you will live but to a^ar. Thousands have been cured. Try ltandrou win add one more to the number. Take it I and health vUlonce more gladden yonr heart. 1 Why *Ter ton** from th* torment of an Rolling back I Wh* bear such distress from Con* atloation and PIIM 1 Why bo so fearful bwaut* of dl« ordwedurlne?. I Krojt*T-TVo*T will eure ywUtTiy apece age at one* and he satisfied. lilt dry «a4 One Package m»k«asin«art* of Med tciae. Tour~Prvmtst I I Intttt npo* haviaff 1 $1.00. -TfpX TripMaw, ,Ti. FRAZER AXLE GREASE, Boat In tbe worML 8w Uu* Urn bb« aad MOB mry ptchp. F»ctudinfOiflfi SoftwctSwi RED RIVER VALLEY 2,000,000 Acre aJ.E$TEY&CS TOOTH, EAR AND HEADACHE, AND ALL OTHER PAINS ACHES. No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACOBS OIL as a SATE, SUKK, SIMTLF,and CHEAP External Remedy. A trial entails but the comparatively trifling outlay of CENTS, aud every one suffering with pain can have cheap and positive proof of its claims. JMHKCTIONS IN KLEVEN IjiNUUAUES. SOLD IT All DRIieaiSTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER «. CO. Jiafthnorct UX8*A» rHi Wheat Lanas beet In the world, for sal. by th. St. M, liineapll! I Hanltotia B.B.C0. Three dollar* per aore allowed tha settle, fa* lna'« lag ana sultlratioa. For particulars apply to D. A. McKINLAY, bad Commissioner, i»i, faal, TOOLS. MECHANICS'TOOLS u4 Builders' Birdvin B*st Assorted Stock In th* Stat*. Tall line of Brown and Sharp's Mechanic' Tool* and Boat-Ballder." Hardware and Moulders' Tool*. Parties building ont of town eu hare aatlmata* Bade for complete bill of Hardware, by sending alaat tracings, and will find it to tbeir advantage to oe ao. Ono rrleo Clothing BOSTON BRATTLEBOROV? FEMAj^S! Sr. tttrcaicl'! Uteri CATBOLICC will positively cuTe Feniaifi Wnr.-,- such as tali Ins of the Wbmli, Whites, Chronic ot Ulceration of tho Womb, ilcinorrliatrc. ur flooding, Palnlu'I,Suppressed and lrrei,-ul ir MIT" truatlon. &c. An old and reliable remedy, he/i'l io«. fcal card t? a pamphlet, with treatment, oures atiS certificates from physicians and patients, to Hov arth & Ballard. GUea. S.Y. b"lU Uy all V.X DC* bottla GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, Fittftbargfc, Fa. Send (stamp for Catalogue. Killes,shot guns,revolvers,sentc. o. J. for o&aminaUoa. oreech loading Shot Guns $10 to $300. uonbltt --.not ions $8 to $50, Single Guns $3 to $20. Ilifleu $8 to S7S. Revolvere $2 to 23. Send for free jliuatrated Catalogue. GliEAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, Pitt* Hirgh, Pa. flui Clalm-BecM laUklitliM 1W. PENSIONS. Wow Law, Thonsaads ef Boldlar* and heirs aatltled Passions date back to discharge or N E W O E It will coat yoa nothing to try it. Send us you* address, and w* will mail you our price* and ciitulais describing our plan of sending machines for trial. We want active agents ia all unoccupied tenit*(* Address, JOHSBOH, CLARKA COn Mi State St., Chicago, Uk NATRONA Bi-Carb Soda ft the best la th* World. It I* absolutely nan. th* b«*t for Medicinal Purpose*. It is th* b**t few Baking and all laallf Use*. Sold by all DriggMi and Qiocns. Penn'a Salt Manufac'g Co., Phi.: (TORSE POWER Wall Boris* sad Rash Drilling Msehinsd Heart Well Angers! WELL AUGERS Circular* Frss! LOOMIS NVMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO. Wecirefonrmoaey's worth la Machinery •nd Tools, Ml dos sell "Couaty Blffhtal1 AHKSTS! AWKV1S! HAS "ROTE" A THE liKST AND ITNMKSTOF ALU LLS Au£.VT«! JOSIftH ALLEN'S WIFE NEW BOOK "Wly Wayward Pardner." AGENTS WANlxb in ©very Town. Don't miss it, but send for circular at once, and secure territory. Add re-.8, II. N. Hinckley, Chicogo, lil. Di L. GLmrs CATHARTIC* Pnaly TsntaMfc CMS* all MBNS aet teg oa tb* Stomach, Urer aad Blood. Warrmatsrf ia all eases. Aak year Erncctet for Mto Modi** •IM fordrcnl*rv CUnBOWDOCimnW CO- Sold by all Dr*ggt*ts. Bsd Wlag, Literary Revolution 3ni7\TrrO each, formerlyS1.00toSl.i'Beach N 1 it-aulev's Lifo of Frederick »f Asia. II, Goldsmith's Vicar i,f WakeUeld. Ill, Baron Monchanpor's Travels aud Surprising Adventures. I or SIX CESTSiBuuyan'sPilsiim's Progress, lilaslr t jdcatalogue, tree. AMKK10AN BOOK EXCHANGE. JohoB. Alden, Manager, Tribune Buildinc.New York. Tom have read till* notice abest twenty ll—i'is before. Bnt did yon erer act upon the suggsa tlon so often made, namely: To ask anyboot and ebot dealer for boot* with Cmdrich1s F*ti*nt Br* aesner Steel Rivet Protected (tolei Guaran teed to oatwear any Sole e»er made. If yon bare not do so tb* very next time yon want boot* or ahoee witl •oiee that will wear like iron and *are repair*, au don't yon boy any other. My reference* are any Sowing Machine Company their agent* in this country. H. r. GOODRICH. 19 Chnreh St., Worcester, Mass., and 40 Boyne AT* Chicago, 111. WEAL77i TH* KEYSTONE HAPPINESS ^.8RW# STARCH FRANKLIN STEELE, iincitiral Isjlemts, Slean A MUSICAL WONDER. Do you want a perfect Musical Instrument, rivaltot the piano and organ, upon whicb at ftirht yoa can pes* form KB perfectly as any professor npon the loalm* mentsmentioned? Then Bead for avr 11 c*trated oat* ftlojrae of the groate«t muelrn) ijivan'loi of tho age, THE MECH*N!CA' ORGUIMS'lTK. dyim which any man, I will* I death. Ilk* U» I ted. Addreee with stamp. eKounii umi, *. 0. Drawer ISM. Wa*hlh|t*a, •. Deafness, Ear Diseases,-'CM. Dr.r.K, HnOKMAKKR, The well-known experienced Aural Surgeon, Author, aud Writer on the above Diseases, may bo consulted by mail or per* Bonally at his office, %Vntiiut RCA1 ittg:. Ilia small book sent free. His large and complete work of 375 pages on Deafness,Diseases of the Ear and Tonsils, and Catarrh, and their proper tieatment price by mail. NOTE.—Ko one will question Dr. Shoemaker a standing or skill. boy a aewing mriit— atu ym hare trie* UM Light-Running H] woman or child ay correctly (h» alar, classic, oporntic. eacrtd, ianco mi** Amuse your o!f. jour i»Diiy ao'* #I0.X), WAKD, $72 Xallders and Mechanics will Ind It to their advent* age, as regards quality aoa orloe, to oorreepond with at nft fcefere orfe Ing. KINIJSlltlllV A DRArlB, Jh TfllkZU fast Tlilrd Street, Bt. Paul, Mlmn. y* S66 $777 Mtore, Minneapolis. Th* largeat Clothiers, Tailors, Faralahara and Hatter* to. pop* other mnaio. tonr 'rt«r.rta. I*rlc*«t S&12.U), S30.U0. *75.00«nd* 125.00..UVUli 4H0W- 69 East Third it., St. L'aul. awsek. (13 a day at boss easily auda, Ooetly outfit free. Address TEFB Oo., Aagmta, Ma, a wreolt in yonr own town. Terms and ginntfll free. Addreca B. tUfcLBTT Oo., Portland,Ma. ,«r day at hens. Saasptse worth ti froa. Address BTVioa Oe„ fortlaad, TUB an* Jtzpeo*** Ontilt Fro*. Address T, .VlOKRBTrAngnsta.Malna Hr o.v.v tn a&a nailers in. I OPIUM Morphine .Habit CmreO Inlowitoday*. Nopai tlii Cared. OB. J. STETHWIS, Labanon, Ohio. A MONTH! TFMVIRL 78 BMIS.1IU, ttMa $360 SALESMENIMACih wSrraSlyJ?^ la th.Wertdt asaafc- ,i.«~. AdJIl BBONSONiOtMt,Ktt Month aad illtoff to DBALEBS SAMPLES FREE. Scad He. $3 10 STAMP I* Young Men CMS 8. fOSfSB 00.. MUSTACttE & WHfSKliRS .... ... idcrruia iaoflact. rig ipo*t-p«*d.2Se,3lbrSflc,gi«ixirw oraiWor. SlilTli&fiON# lU!.Acw.FaUUM,lU. (This JIutue Bdiabtf.) Learn Telegraphy an earn 940 to 9100 month. Kvery guLduatepaaranteed a paying situation Address Valentine Bros Managers. JanesvliJe, WU The Utile DctectfTe." •M Scale for 9* A-oa ts 1Mb For Family, Oflfeo IMM Zlvery Scale perfect. Send for eticalaa QMCAQO MOAXJB OU. fflmun, m. Cents Hailed to JDr. C. R. fcykes. 169 Madison St., Chicago 111., will return the "True Theory of Catarrh and fall information of Snre Core." Mention this paper. nunp TPA A Agents Wanted everywhere tft Uliflp 1 sell t) families, hotels and large consumt»r3: largest stock in Country quality and terms the best. the Country store- keepers should call or write THE WELLS TEA COM* PAW V, W11'nltoa Bt.f N. Y.t 1. O. Box 4550. jk a a ja Made clear lj ona agent, sellfnj (Pinnil my Works of Art. $990 In *old II will be distributee free among l|jal II |J my agents. April 1st. 1881. 8ena jjc. stamp for particulars. Rev 3.T. BUCK, JLewisbnrg, Union Co P*. ff^ELGIN WATCHES. *m .11 styles. Gold, Hllver and Nickl*. M. Chains, eto. sent O. O. D. to bn examined \Write for Catalogn*, t# BTANDAUD \MEB10AN WATCH SBUBGH, PA. STH YEAR I ONLY 91. POSTPAID "Best, Cheapest, Literary Family Paper." I "Splendid, Moral Stories for Children." "Excellent Mu*lo in each Number.'' "Fine Stage Department for Schools." I SAMPLE FUEE. 116 Monro* at., OBIOAOO. YOUNG FOLKS' RIML HAIR Hullcliib. Knrat»|(a Waves. Kraid^, FriZfltni, Orna ment*. Wi(»*. and all novelties in liAIB GOODS 2(1 per cent less than any ot-her bouse in Ohicapo. Goods mat 0. O. D. Catalogues frea. J. HALL, 100 State street, CHICAGO, ILL. Don't Be Poor! 1 will seed a book oo trie "Art ot Oet Hug," nnd my experience at canvassing, oo re* r-'Mpr. of a llir-^o-cent stamp. Hawfhorn*», N |J. «a*a*sdsd la*. Ii. U. WO.LCOTT, VE WANT YOUjpj&g of th* twos* *ain%S3lB| published, andoret ,1 bjr *11 *.*ry has**. Bold by R~*— too*., YOUNG MAN OK CLD, If foo want ft Iniuriant MunsUcbs. Sow• in* srhitkank ItMTf gnmtb of hftir bskl hnada, or to thicks*, mmctboo ftaA sMsyorati tb* hftir ftsj whsr*. d*n't to b«t wad nlf SIX MBU OT tfco Omt hiHlib DiwfsH that has «rt faiW. Addw. DR. Of Bm 1&40, Bosioo. Mm. It RUPTURE Believed and cured without the injnry trn*f*^« InfUofe by Ir J. A. SHEKMAN'S syste.'r. Office, 2.*1 Broad* way. New York. His book with photegrapuio like* oe&ses of bad cases before and at ter cure, mailed for ICc. Beware of fraudulent imitators. AGENTS Hye Is TOUK OO DIGGIN& GOLD Is YOIJKOOLD MIKE! AMONO THIS ROCKIES. SjV U. S. Mineral Sar-veyor. Compluie eel cnilllc description of every part of 1 he great gold and silver fields. The precious stuff -where they find It, how they iin:l it. how they mine It. Lxcltlnc ad^-en ttircs or wlUl Camp Life. Streams filled -with Fish. Forests tilled withGamc. Mountains filled with Silver and Gold. For circulars and Special extra term*, address HUBBAKD BROS., Chicago. OASIEI. r. BEATTVS ORGANS! 14 STOPS. »n: BASS OCT. OlPl.EH POl'R KET li) 3D S PIANOS ill: BASS 1 OCT. I OIP1.EK I ONLY $65. .135 up. entonTi* nl WarranlMl.Calaiosu.Free, Address, Daniel F. Heatiy. Washington, N.J. Th» Coiiffli Srrup is Piso's Cure for Consumption. It acts quick and it tastes good. I Dose fltualU— bottle Iar«e.| Therefore the choapest as well I as the best. Sold everywhere. 1 ti.V. am! ^1.00 p«^r hottlP. rn Please write for our Price List, sent free to any address. Con .ts prices and de' scriptions of all goods in general use, en bracing Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,Shoes, Harness, Saddles, Gone, Sewing Mach ines, Musical Instru ments, Jewelry, Gro ceries, etc, Samples of anv class ot dry qootisfurnished.Ho ob ligations to buy. oat fsfaction guaranteed. Montgomery Ward & Co., 227 & 229 Wa-j bash av., Chicago, III. END 20CENTS For One Month or $3.UC I or One Year's 6ubscr:p lion to the Great llluMrat c-d.ei.arlitpajfe story-Paper, THB WBKKI.T CII.U, like the N. r. Ledger, Fireside Companion, etc. Perwnal laticcs tor AntWkL 8ul bribers free. A good chance to cet a wife or a husband Nothing in ita columes to ofiend the .A^-. .. U.-,. Trt IT a MOOTtt. AtMreaa, F. (.J, MORROVV, PUBLISHbk, 155 & 1ST Dow bor« 8l, Chicago. IU. P. N. U. No. 48 When writing to a avert were jvloaw? Mr saw their adyemaeroent in this pape?. FRANKLIN STEELE, Jr., & Co., •Tohhrrs and Betailers Field THADDKCS M. JOY. of 7 MIBS a»i Biiters. (fjtes iii ruisr SetSs, art Gcitsral 137 tl 129 FIRST STRECT SOCTH, ... —»«*.«• aad Oomiulaaiwu FJTB Stjflia. •I.NNSAFOLU, HISS