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AtiaroM euuLuiiUM, UU1 liroaawuy,M)n York Uty. 1" BROWS IJW.V BITTERS CurcIudlKC3tlor, Jlllloiuni'is, Dyiiepjlu, Mala. tla,'crvouiitM, and nensral Di'blllty. clans rt'CtminieTiiUt, Alhlcul'.raM.'Ult, Genulna bastiaJo marlc uuJ cruuril red Uuchoii wrapper. Man Persons Uro ljrol.cn down l.tiin orertrorlcor houicbold "fj? . Iron Dittors rebuild! tho ulilt dliresllon, remoTce ox. ceu ol We, auJ. cum malaria, ut tfiogoniilno. NYESTHEWE ST. William Stops of? at Some Places in California, And Tolls of H1b Experiences as Nobody but ho Could Evor Hopo to Do. lip Kcph IN'tcr JiicliHOit mill .llnUi'S IVu l'lilliiiiiptilrnl Hciiiurlii Aim ll I I'liullltin In (Ji'iii'ml -I lio ('. Hill Unit Wikii'I UlHIlt OH III hnin Dulls'. CuiirIi:!it, ICKKX. liy IMgnr V. No.t Hou.su AnouT CAMKonxu, Mnrcli. Lust uvtming I Haw l'ctor Jirckson. tho great colorml jMKiHst, in his masterly creation of Undo Tom. Mr. .Inctaoii has tho nvorugo faco of n colored man, not refilled mid beautified ns somo have im- Df?iiied. Wo often hear from admirinf? friends that Mr. Corliett is very fond of home, nnd that John L. Sullivan, it' Wrnnncti .. ' u. ffimm acr?r;rf5 1 T CllFfl A i took it wiiiix Jir.iir.Ansiso my rincn. denly surprised in his room, will generally bo found poring over tho "llind." So. too, wo learn that Peter Jackson, tho colored jierson who fights for a livelihood, is "a perfect gentleman" nnd far nbovo tho avengo in intelligence. I Theso statements are. somo of them, truo. rarson Da vies, who manages l'eter, Is tho ijuiet jiiirty who supplies tho intelligence. Ho knows how u prizefighter should conduct himself, and ho tells Peter. Then Peter very sensibly does that way. Tho long looked for prizefighter whoso great intellect would graco tho cabinet has not yet arrived. Peter .Inckson, 1 had been led to lielievc, would olovate thobtngc. Peoplo told mo that ho resembled S.ilvini on the bIhko. He docs not. They belong to two different schools of acting. Salvini is moro ci rtijymrt with tho audieueo. I havo never seen Corbett net. but 1 judge that ho will rank with. Inckson and Sullivan, whoso raukuess is noticoablo oven from the back seat. Itnce prejudico has nothing to do with my criticism. When 1 licgin to criticise, I iln not let those things i.jrfero; neither do 1 euro to attack a man without causo wlio has chosen thu great field of art as Ids profession. I himply wish to Niy that the pugilist tlepcnir tor htsmiccrss outbidu thu ring on tho man who manages him-und how , well ho obeys his manager When he lnvins to think, ho is lost. Ilut tho question arises, Has tho pugilist who has Mieceedcil a right to star in n play? Of course he has. Anybody has tho right to avail himself of oven notoriety to exhibit himself in answer to tho public demand, and then tho public must decido whether it is worth n dollar or not. Peter Jackson is n good looking man anatomically More so than ho is I may say Ho has long arms, with rather slender wrists nnd small hands nnd feet. IIo is well arranged for fighting purposes, but his interpretation of Unclo Tom won't do. If ho woulA pivsli Lagreo profusely, I would agree to rewrite tho play so n3 to give him n chance. Then if 1 could name tho man to play Lagreo I would bo almost too happy. Wo havo been playing lictween Peter Jackson und thoUaroucss Diane for homo weeks nt this writing. Artistically they differ in only ono twrticnlar. Tho baroness has good clothes or did havo prior toOgden whilo Peter has not. Tho baroness has already socked $10,-000 iclo tho opening which admiring friends thought they saw for her. California Is not n good stnto to visit with n poor entertainment unless ono has return tickets. The baroness docs not get her titlo by descent. Sho subscribed for It. 1 think, nnd got it that' way. Her husband's uamo was Paron, instead of Petio orGeorgo. I have a neighbor in North Carolina named General West. IIo was named tho same way. Ho is tho owner of tho celebrated mule Mary, The baroness followed us heroically as far as Ogdeu, aud thero tho constabulary at tho dctKit laid violent hands on tint baggago of her company. It was sad tc witness tho sccno. It is bad enough to enter San Franciscc nnd competo with u great city full of talent when ono has all the clothes ho can get, but to undertake n difficult rolo thero while ouo's clothing is In Ogdon is said to bo ono of tho saddest things in etago life. This Is especially truo whero tho clothes constitute tho motif of tho play. In Salt Lako City wo received at tho door a $3 bill, which wo havo since learned is not negotiable. Will tho man who paid It in nt tho window pleaso mako it right should theso lines meet his eye? It is a pale green "bill for $? and teems to havo been ihsued by tho Firtt Natural bank of Salt l.ako In the hurry and rush at the door I took it whilo rehears; ing nly pieco to myself. I would not ask to Jiave thu amount madegwdundorordinary circumstances, but wo tiro so far from homo and carriage, hire is so steep hero in California that wo feel n little crippled by the loss. Sprint: opens beautifully in this state Wo rodn down from the Summit in tho night, after a long journey through n winter season of unusual severity, and when the day dawned we were In tho Sacramento Yulley, with the song of tho bobolink ami the scent of violets III the air. It ii li'inl to dus:'ribo how two worn and fro.u men. after weeks tif uninterrupted nnd frost, Minded by flin ilnzzllnir nnntv ntnl en. iinllml with wot oyea nnd croupy wolcomo tho green (rrass and tho spring as thoy burst upon I uii in a moment. I CJqsp J'cjJr e?3At TDjira, deq Vender, ninl tell the jiorter to call you nt Oo to hIuoji whero tho nnow is 211 feet ileep nml wako up in tho fresh meuilowH where tho odor of nuwly plowed fields cm Kreot your peeled nnd frozen noso: then you will know that oven in UiIh world thorn is Botnetimca for each hctirtitclio ncoinicnsiitin joy. Haiti Davis Is (still farming at Carson and ruuninK Tho Appeal. Ho keeps his mibscription list written on tho wall of his ofllco, nnd sometimes when tho plastering falls down ns many as seven or riirlit subscriptions expire. Onei' ho moved into nnother building, nml tho old 0110 becamo n hoarding house. Tho poor invalid who used tho old ofllco ns a bedroom says ho is still annoyed by Sam, who comes thcront nil hours of tho iiWit to look over tho old bubferiptiou lixt. "It is still moro nwkward," eaya the Invalid, "lieeatiM) my conch ism tho way, mid 1 often wako up in tho niirht to find Hum standing on tho bed, nnd with one hand on my chest to steady himself by ho is changing tho address of u sub- bctlber." Mr. Davis has for many years given his attention to tho cultivation of fine '""stly llolsteins. Thero is little about tho nso nnd fall of tho Holstcin that ho does not know. Recently, however, ho has been, ho says, cruelly wronged by a man who has been his friend. S.im has douo much for him, but in February last ho sold Sam u cow that had no front teeth in tho tipper jaw. IIo said u good deal about it and tried to recover from tho mnn, but could not. San Francisco journalists sent him circulars and price lists for artificial teeth that vouhl (It tho cow, but ho would not laugh and refused to bo comforted. Hy and by Joseph T. Goodman offered to bet with Sam $100 against nil the Dutch lunches required byJoo during his natural lifetime that no cow had front teeth on tho upjier jaw. und tho two men went out around Oakland trying to find it cow so that they could nscertain. It was a pleasing picture, thoso two middle aged married men going about Oakland inquiring at tho jewelry stores and every where if they kept u cow. Onco they found ono on her way to her work. Sho met them pleasantly, ius all Califoruians meet a stranger, and passed on, thinking that was tho end of it, but Sam said now was tho timo nnd started off after her, for ho know as soon ns he met her that it was n cow, which shows that ho is not only possessed of great literary resources, but is full of general information. Sam had n heavy gray overcoat on nt the time, but ho pressed on. Tho cow broke into a run, which throw her milky way first on ono sido nnd then tho udder ns sho ran. Sho was u low set cow, with great tripo facilities, and could not run with much graco, but after wo had watched Sam awhilo as ho ran it was a telief to look at tho cow. Finally in tliofoothillsninan met them nnd caught tho cow for them. Sho was flushed and angry, nnd when Sam thrust his forefinger into her mouth sho did not attempt to conceal her disgust. A sickly pallor passed over tho faco of Mr. Davis ns ho touched tho empty gums. Could it bo that, after ho had introduced thu Hoktoin strain of cattlo into Nevada and California, ho wns still ignorant of 'the cow und her homo life? Alas, yes: ho did not know tho real cow. Ho only knew tho Delsartu cow tho cow that oue bees in tho pajK'rs. Wom than all this, seeing his advantage. Mr. Goodman began to add other information regarding tho cow, and, 60 to hay, whilo ho had Davis down fairly snowed itim under with tacts which related to thu cow and which Mr, Davis was in no condition to deny. Mr. Davis now believes that certain kinds of cows hibernate, and that if they como out nnd seo their shadow on Calamus day they go back and leavo u call for Easter nt 0 n. in. Also that tho sea cow can bo taught to cotno up nights, nnd that thero is a big clnmco for somo ono to get hold of the Sargasso tea under the desert laud net and stock it with theso beautiful and docile ereatiues. KlOX 1 MWrti? '-. ft At aor Jfefr v&X. v. Mr ' lie)- IT WAS A ItniJCP TO LOOK AT THE COW. In tho meantime Mr. Goodman cats a light breakfast, relying on a lato lunch, which Mr, Davis pays for. In another letter I will Rpenk moro fully of thostatoof California and its advantages over Maine asu wiuter climate. Di'iiIiicn Cmimit Iio t'ltrril by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear. There Is only one way to cure Deafness, nml that is by constitutional remedies, Dcnfnes is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube becomes inflamed you have u rumbling s,ound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the deafness can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out often are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness, caused by catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars, free. F. J. CHERNUY & Co. Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. FOIt nVHl'KPHIA U.o llroini. Iron llllteri. t'hyslclam recommend It, All dealer keep It. $1 no per liottls. Oenulna has and eroawJ icil Uuet on wrapper. AS BLITHE AS A BIRD. Mill? Mcl'lwCt nml Her Frlxolmn COMMI'.UCI.M.. Oh, fair as a flower was Milly Mc-Fleet ns fair ns a lilly nnd fully ns sweet. Men called her nn angel with sweetness complete, but she fluttered through life on her frivolous feet, for lack of the requisite pinions. She was blithe ns n bird, and as glnd and as gay ns a frisky and frolicsome kitten at play, and all those who saw her sway, and entered it up ns a red-letter day when they were her minions. II. Oh, sober and hteady was Deacon O'Diiin, so grave nnd so gruff, and so grim and so gram, that he never could laugh, but only say "hum," if a thing chanced so be more than half dismal and distinct and deep his dejection. He thought that to waltz was the worst kind of wrong; nnd to go to the play, or to sing a g.ty song were so bad that he could not find words tliat were strong enough to express his objections. III. She dwelt in a brick, and he dwelt in n stone a more elegant neighborhood never was known; there was everything needful to give it thetone, and her ljouse was only two doors from his own, which made it a clear case of propinquity. But he was all frowns and she was all smiles, and he was straigtforwad nnd she was full of wiles; they might have been sundered by millions of ol miles, so ultra their social IV. One day Miss Millie impelled by some whim, to SundaySchoolwent and with countenance prim united with others in singing a hymn she sang an exalted soprana. And her voice, like the voice of a chromatic bird chromatic means color, but you may have inferred that I speak in the musical sense of the word like the voice of a bird or angels was heard, sublimely in hymn aud hosana. V. The deacon, had charge of the biblical class; in doctrines no man might the deacon surpass; and the maiden McFIcet was a learner. Hut the good mnn discovered in a very brief time that, although the girl had a voice like a chime, she was naught but a heathen iu matters sublime, and her darkness of soul was to him such a crime that his deep voice grew graver and sterner. VI. "Excuse ine young people; I can not disguise that it grieves me and gives me surprise to find some among you so very unwise in a matter of vi tal theology." Said Milly McFleet, with a gesture of grace, and a solicitous face, "You mean me, oh, dear deacon; it is a very clear case no you need not make an apology." VII. "I know you mean me, and it grieves me full sore that I never learned aught of such matters before; but now there is no use in complaining. '"Tis a fault of the head, and not of the heart a fault with which, too, I am willing to part; perhaps you might take mc in training." VIII. Now, whether she meant it, or did she but jest, VI have no means of kuowing; perhaps you may have guessed; but the deacon never paused to consider, lie caught at t'ac offer before it got cold, as if he was a broker, whose "puts" were unsold when the market no more might be called or controlled, and she was the last bidder. IX. The Deacon, now filled with a pious design, called on his neighbor next evening nt 9, nor mincing the matter with subterfuge, fine, he argued at length on the nature divine the law on the orthodox line.beginuing with total depravity. Perhaps Miss McFlcet could scarcely refrain from curling her lip with a smile of disdain as the deacon ran on in a monotonous strain, making the ways of salvation sufficiently plain, but she kept a straight face and made out to maintain becoming and dignified gravity. X. O, Cupid! O, love! O, fantastic sprite, what parodic passions become your delight! what derisive fondness you love to excite! you would get up a match bftwxt the day and the night, or marry a humming bird, dainty and "bright, to witlr a big nppntite so random you shoot and capricious. O, Cupid! O, love, O, whimsical shade! O, volalatile joker! O, jade! what left-handed nuptials you ever have made perversion, delusion, deception.is your trade; and yet, oh, Cupe you are delicious. XI. O'Dum, who adored but his Iord and his pelt, and Milly, who loved her adorable sell were alike stricken down by the mischievous elf, who shot them from quiver plethoric. The deacon emitted iiupausiojiatc ycirns, and Milly his fervid devotion returns; and the flame of affection steadily burns the iucl is Cupid's caloric. XII. The end of the matter is not hard to state. For a time the good deacon toiled early and late to set the fair feet in the "way that was straight;" but Cupid came in, the unbidden his arder and zeal soon began to abate, and he lelther poorsoul to its ultimate fate, and sued for her hand with vehemence. O, never has love so fervently sighed; O, never has suiter so sued for a bride, in sun nor in star, nor in the vhole world wide, nor yet in the land of Van Dientan's. XIII. She got him, God bless him, good Deacon O'Dum; and the warmth of her beauty has thawed him out some; he has lost halt of his grimness; he rarely is grunt no husband could come in more handy. lie got her, God bless her, nee Milly McFlcet; the deacen's example has made her dicrcet; there is no woman more sweet to honor its father they call their son Pete their joy and their story are now both complete O, Cupid, my boy you are a dandy. XIV. I am not superstitious, nor any such truck, but here is canto fourteen dear reader, just for luck. 1 m Honor Hull. The following pupils have attended regularly the public school of district number 25. Cecil Stevens, Chester Stevens, Amos Peyton, Henry Pirtle, Sarah Pirtle, Clayton Hocker, Annie McFarland. Fanny Kinkade, Sue Kinkade, Oma Pirtle, Roscoe Taylor, Ivan Taylor, Sallie James, Albina Wise, Mattie Wise, Allie Herald, Bettie Wise, Angeline Herald, Julia Herald. R. C. Jaknagin, Teacher. A Howl From tho Moaa.bark Arc. The following interesting not tosay pretentious communication found its way to this office last Friday. It is inserted here as a curiousity of the past age of turning out and ducking school teachers, and will be read with avidity by the more modernized portion of the public. The howler delivers himself on this wise: Mr editer I notist in your paper of march the 17 commensing in this way it has been the custom in olden, times that to teachers treat their pupils some time duting the school is it not the custom now with all the teachers that love their pupils and wish there school to close out pleasantly but not with the buly you sed teachers expected to be turned out do they not expect it yet when it is practiced all over our land you sed it was only now and then that a croud of unruly boys sofogot their sense you do not know the circumstansc and surroundings this teacher promist to treat his schoars and when school all most out told them he would treat the last day closed his school without saying any thing more then was when those boys ducket their teacher after he had went back on every thing he had promistjf they was rong was he not rong first he sed he would and didnot they said they would and did duck him he said he had ben baptised and came up crying this time he came up laughing and sed he was glad they ducket him he had saved $2.50 and tiey mite duck him the next day for the same il there was any failre to agree it was on the way to the creek in price and after all this he crept in the granjury room and got behind the Commonwealth and tried to do somthing with the boys I reckon you would say the granjury forgot their sense not to notice sutch stufflet all this pas as there is a cat under the box nnd I can turn is out il it is necessary Spring fly The above letter was received at this office withou any name, but we publish it so that the public may know some of the afflictions of a printer. 1 m 1. a Kor Mtialcnl People. The Soilg friend for April is at liand with its wealth of Vocal and In strumental Music and its bright, in-interesting aud instructive paragraphs and articles on Vocal Culture, Church and Instrumental Music, Theory, Musical News, etc. Among the pieces of choice music in the number are "May Margarite," "Tired," both are beautiful solos; also, "That Land ofIove,"by S. W. Straub, and a charming instrumental number Sparkling Polka. The music in this number would cost nearly $1.00 at regular publishers price. The Song Friend is a 32-page journal of rare excellence. The subscription price is only $1 a year with a premium of three pieces of select music. The publishers, S. W. Straub & Co. 245 State Street, Chicago, offer to send one sample copy for 10 cents, and make liberal inducements to canvassers. HOWAW TOWN. April 7.-?Hurrah for C. I,. Miller's letter on the whisky question. Would to God every man, woman and child was against it. It's have temperance as far, as we can; true temperance is one of tho best morals of the present day. And oh, how much to be desired by the true people ol God. The cause of temperance is to-day, perhaps, lifting up many of those who are slaves to intemperance, and making men of them, fit for society, and making glad the hearts of those who arc almost destitute of homes. lie-hold the temperate man in health and vigor, as he goes forth to his daily toil, with his cheerful heart and a clear conscience feeling the blessings of heaven resting upon ihim. Then his home Is agreeable and pleasant; his friends are proud to see him coming home, they welcome him with glad hearts and cheery smiles. Ah, pleasant is life to the temperate man, who lives in the service of God. While on the other hand, behold the intemperate man, as he lies in the horrible pit of sin and degredation, unfit for home or society. He is traveling the downward road as fast as the wheels of time will let him go, to everlasting punishment. How sad must be the life of the intemperate man, when he calls to mind the happy home that he once had, made desolate by his beastly vice. The loving campanion and dear little ones that used to meet him and welcome him home, arc afraid now when they see him coming for they know his ill temper when intoxicated. Ah, what an object of pity to see him amid the prayers and tears of a tender companion, as he takes the last cent from the house and spends it for intoxicating drink, leaving the house and those he should love and cherish destitute of the necessary comforts of life. Voters! Voters!! of Hartford. turn out on the 2d of May and vote against whisky. M. F. 1 ex 81.000 Eor Nothing. Curtis Buntin, President St., Brooklyn, N. Y., spent $1,000 with doctors, and at famous Springs, in the eflort to cure a bad case of Rheumatism, but to no avail. Drummond's Lightning Remedy helped him from, the start, and by its use he has fully j recovered. It will do the same for you if you will give it a trial. Ask your druggist for it, and ii he cannot supply you, write to the Drummond Medicine Company, 48.50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Heaolmlona orReapeet. Mr. Chapman S. McLean departed this life March 26, 1893, in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., where he was attending Hartford College. The Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday School met April 2d and passed the following resolutions of respect to his memory. Whereas, In the all-wise providence of God, Chapman S. McLean has been called from this world, where he was a faithful Christian worker, to his reward in glory, therefore be it Resolved, That by his death our Sunday School has suffered an irrepar able loss, the Church a valuable member and the family a tender and obedient son and brother. 2. That our sincere sympathy and condolence be tendered the mourning, grief-stricken parents, brother and sister, in this the dark hour of their bereavement. 3. That we praise God and bless his holy name lor giving such life, so full of many Christian graces and an example worthy of our emulation. 4. That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon a page in our Secretary's book, a copy be given to both of our papers and one to the Cumberland Presbyterian for publication and also a copy be sent to the .relatives of the deceased. KatikCoomdes, Adah Baird, Com. Henry Osdorn, 1 Wine Hen Advertlae. EXCHANGE. Will a wise merchant ever cease to advertise? Yes, when trees grow upside down, when n beggar wears a crown, when ice forms on the sun, when our "Johnny gets his gun," when a golden dollars get too cheap, when the women secrets keep. When the "man in the moon" weds, when on the back row sits bald heads, when the fish forget to swim, when a monkey sings a hymn. When the girls go back on gum, when no politicians schemes, when a small boy hates a drum, when mince pies make pleasant dreams, when it's fun to break a tooth, when all lawyers tell the truth, when cold 'water makes you drunk, when no fire comes from punk, when the drummer has no brass, when these things all come to pass then the merchant who is wise may neglect to advertise. Heaolullona. Whereas, As the Congress and Senate ol the United States have been squandering the peoples money by virtually voting themselves an increase andvotingexhorbitant pensions (to the widows of some of our deceased Statesmen. .Be it, therefore, Resolved, By the F. A. & I U., of Ohio county, that we protest against such procedure, and hereby place the seal of our condemnation upon the action. And hereby call the attention of our Representative in Congress and we ptopose to hold him personally responsible for not .raising his voice against such an uncalled for waste of the peoples' money. J. P. Miller, Pres. F. A. & I.U. W. G. Fulkerso.n, Sec'y, Ohio Co. . Happy aad contest fa boraa with Tht Ko. chatter 1 a lamp with the )!ht of tb norelac. Ctku,wrlle RochcilM Lamp Ca,NwYotk, PROFESSIONAL CARD. 3". Ed-win. Eowo ATTORNEY AT IV, HARTFOBD, - - KENTUCKY. m 1X1. .OLtlK, J, I, a, WtDDISO, Grloiin. ss HARTFORD, KY. (Office, oyer Anderson' llataar.) Will practice, their profomlon tu all the conrin o Ohio ami adjoining countlen, nml court of Appeal. Special attention given to rrmiinal practice and collection!. . . tfnttlj Tames -&.. Sraltli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohio an J aitjoln. Ing counties, ami the court of Appeal., bpecia attention given to collections. Office north side public square. tfTl E. D. G0FFY. B. D. RINGO. Grxxlfy 6s Slngo, Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courts or Ohio and adjoining counties, and In Superior Court and Collection, and nil legal business attended to. Office, No. 3.W E. Market stHartrora, Ky. Perry Westerfleld ATTORNEY AT LAW, KAETPOED, ZECTZT.' 15. IS. "Wedding; Attorney at Law, Roslne, XSLsr.l (Office in Crowder Hulldlng.) Will practice his profession in all the courta ol On'? And djolnloj counties. Alao Notary Public riumr IM:. Xj. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. Will prnctlcohls profession in all the Courta ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell A Co's drugstore. 1- i- Willi se Qh3 ssWimmj HaiiVJ DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. ... AT vflR 7LKg jrMmWZ -- t awsmmawinHP PLEASANT IMlTMeWrSSBPKi itfBEfi . imfSMxm M TCI,li?lLJPJ'I!iNQ l'iSL BRIGHT AND '"" " wmrLU.un is KLTTEH. .."Ml"0' UTi I rt tlT on the stomach, llr.r and, kidney., and i. a p!uanl Ui.ll.e. Tal. dilnk I. tltcald. aud Is prepared forOMUeutlaa LAME'SMEDICIHE ah urujmii. sen it at on. ana sun a paexara. If oucsn not vet lt,aendrouradUreirurfre.,unna. aftATou f.hooiAvauo. i.,uor.A. v. ORUQl'UTITT. BHtUWiJUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM ViRMlFME FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm RemadlM. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. tmu EiciUBDsoii MDicm co., it. ton. T!?e Quarterly roister of Slail. Copies, . 40e Per Tear. . l.to Bond Tolaai.s, 8.00 . . ,w, '. ni la wrr namea aad hick tckwi, u il u ..err umwaraad eollf." GEO. K FISHSR. TieuuiT U(.. WuklSioa, ik.i I Brltkltlitr..4cjol Aocd I. do luwwv'.A. B. WINSIIir, Idlio. jmiiatl tt M " A uuftil. ttn.tjr sad pablluttae. I tai nock .truck with th. variety or wild lsfora.tioii m mm ag. 14 cnil.M. Into to lm.ll e compel.." PRaS. J, G. SCHURMAN, Ca.U Unit Mlir. IUut. H. T. I'm ul fcr hidler BooVxll.r lad N Dula tSMurfccml th. Wockt. wko will l,o rtc.lv. .uUcrlplloaa, or will b. mailed direct to .v place I. Ik. Foetal UaToa ea receipt of tk. price for el.f !. ceple. aad bound voluaMa, Fevtlfa SuUcripttoni. f I ?s Addree. , CURRCNT HltTORV, MTHOIT, MICH., U. .. Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton nnd T. F. Dean, M'g'rs nnd Props. The only modern. built Theater in the city. The only Theater playing first-class attractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of 4th nve., between Walnut and Green. Prices 50c, 25c, 15o and 10c. tojoii rtuaaoS ptrt .. fauanaul f lODO B1IU ilHOinb puw Xiduaqa StlOI3rp " joj alvi l1 uoluU!UOQ nvKVieiY fncixxi nfJK rn.UM.OV T.W" &t.. ,m M tJM . t '.VI s. . J , V A . . '.& t.