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E3 VERMONT WATCHMAN & 8TATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAt, OCTOBER LJ), 1892.
Reatan Hutinou. Tbere waeonoe a klndly old Kcutienian, alifi dwellet in Aberdeen, and proudof his oative town wlth tiiMt prlde whlob Ii Indefiuite bet'HUM ii is int i iu-ic. who vis Ittd the batlm o( Oerrnany fot bts health. When ! I' i itrned home be rcmarked witb ioinc beal toa wvlconilng frieodi "Doyoa know, slr, tbul ii nctuaUy came about that I wai aidiuuied tii reginter toy renldraot witii iny nauu I, lir, wboai itinn and buj hnve dover known ihame, Andwhyf lie Mvn would thcn becorae nn object of mapicioni bei tuwe Aberdeen, In the united Btateaof Amerlco, Ii nn abontinatlon to every hotel koeper of Europei becauae, like Na&nreth, nothing g 1 111,1 comaottt of it. ii i our young itiun, rlr, out faat. vleious young men who bave out-Heroded Herod in thtTr dobftuohee throughout tha. Contlnent iiini hav given thla bad namt to our goodly clty, i btame tbat darndevll Rnthven in pnrticulnr," Now iill thla waa true. thongh why ( remnln h problem( for Aberdeen, as every one ki.own, Bleepi wtthout toeeing, pL-rhapH h henee may arlee fram thievery Mlrn, for the ntoutenl i i i i are dlstllled in the deepeat cellurn, Uut n pMtwiorlll fnr more carl aln than a priori, and t he tact Itandi tbat the youug men of Aberdeeu, as a rule, were .1 ! and profligate, Tbe kiinlly old gentleman, In bii right Kruawrath, bnd nnnthematiaed Kiuhven, but even wbile doinK ao then had been a twiukle in bia eyea, And here lay tbe pity of ii, every one liked tbis young niau; evcry one'i cenaure waa so enriched with ympatby aa to be enviable. It seemedM if the faiiy godniother, after ber mallg nant sistera had done their worat, had ap- penred at the Cbrlltening and bad iu- aowed bim wlth cbarm, Aa a ohlld bis rognish blue eyea and Ingenuous stnilahad OOOCentrato I i. t and iln ir iiia'nctisin ramained a constant attributa, Tlie ohil dri n (ix il tooall bim "Little Angal Face," nn i tba tltle Menied approprtate flva ndn utts aflir be bad dasbeu a oobblcstoM throngh n neigbbor'a front window or bad at;.i .. . pboaphoral to a dog'l tail. Reuban wbj Left an orpban at an i .irly iil -. in obargfl of tbu gritnnMat old bankn ln AbefdeoDi ona wiiobb glanca would biing terror to tha soni of a borrowor on governuieut bonds, Imt bis ward would draw oarioaturaaof blmandgleefullyahow tbetn to bim, and tbu guardian would b unbarraaNd Inatead ot angry, Kuthven'i fatber bad o dispoaed of bis ample fortnne tbat bis sou would rocelTt its income, a wlas and an nnwita pncau tion, fcir wbile Hcuben doubth-ss would bavc qniokly outworn thaitringsof l'ortu Datua purse, still poverty often provea an adeqnnta onrb fot Pegaaua, Tbeladwas x tit to tbf faniou.x Latln scbool at Armway and tbenca w&i e3t palled, tbe oauae belng certain anarobloal lentimenta wbioh be bad managed to ln tarpolata araong tba bead maater'i notes for bti commenoement aermon, wbich tbe purblind old doctor did not dlatlngniah umil be bad itopped, borror Btricken, in tbeir very utteranoe, Tbentaaif toproVt tbat be conld do what be wouldn't, Eteuben kntered Weat Point, and at tha and of tba dburM wah graduatad at tbu haadof bis class. lisnanie is still fauious Ibereas tbat of tbe most daring boraeman, tbe niost ikillfu diaftsniau, tbe most tlior otinb toldler of bis day. But after a ibarp Indian campaign, in Wbitlb bu WOQ H suar across bis cbuek to ever af terward beapeak bis gallantry and tbe daaperate raoklaaanasi of tbe ciiarge Wblch be bad led, Itutbveu ridiouled tbe boasting of a general offioer whb bad baan 111 ou tbe day ol battla and tbeu discieetly riaignedi Tbe Kuropean trip, wbicb bad caused tbe kindly old genl lenian to reiiounee bis oititenihlp, followed, and at tbe age of tblrtj Reuban Rutbven returned to Aber deen "io setile down," aa begravely as Bured tbe frlends, and tbeaowara bisae Qnaintancaa who greeted bim. Kr awbila it Mamadaa if thera migbt le afonndation to tbis auertion, lle bired apartmepts, wbicb be of oonraa callad "bis deu," and litted tbem witb all tbe nicety of reflnad taste. Tbeir walls wara Linad witb bookshelvea and adorned with curios and palntlngSi many of whloh latterwcM Rauben'a own, for bis long, tlender fingan were expert witb tbe brusb and soiuetimes tantalutingly revealad tbe extraordlnary tgmenti of lii- mind, lle callad demuraly on tbe old exoluiive set witb wbom bis paranta nad aaaooiatad He attendod morn Iiik sei vices at St. Siuion's, and tbere U a dlstinct clatter of bcads aud wbir of rib bons wbe- bis tall, sinewy form was seen tanguidlj Itrolling down tbe aisle. He gave seve-nl decorous entei taiunients in EiadananS sootbed tbe matrona witb bis allmins white liu entraneed tbe maidcus witb tlie Ireamy mmio of hli olear tenor voiee aooAnpanied by tbe mandolln, lle aren took part in a kirraass and poatdaj Sit W'illia :i Wallai e in tartan leaning on tbe oroaaao handla of a olaymore, Parbapa t was tbis amazing variance wbieb lirok tbe baok of bis eciiuplaisance, for from tbat day be Oaaaed to advance, and rcsumed bissteps to one Bide. People began towbiaparand nudgein biaibadow, Matrom ipraad tbeir wingi lolicitoualy on his approaoh. Tbe mandolln rang outa nllarfoua wamlng aven wban tbe niornlni ligbt was teamlng to oraap. Tbe "den" wib now ragardad literally inatead of ao acntrically. II is followers aud admirers, and tbe fornn r were tbe latter, lieeaine tbe daapatr of parenta and tbe raga of employ ers. Tbe olatter :f tbe boof a of bia llery black tnare l'riiiress rant; out a eballengs to raapaotability at nntowaril bours, and Cbiblren crept under OOTOrllda, and O.e Oabman in front of t be eXGhangt niuttered, Thera goea t bat wild divil Hutbveu aKin." Now Beuben was fond of ridlng; ludaed It waa tha leaat barmful amnaamant that be kneWi Bnt tbere was a oareleai dash in bis KoinK tbat seetned disreputable to the uooilly inbabitants, nnd beeause his fancy gulded liis outin. its vaKaries were lleenied vieiMts. One afternoon Renben was galloping OTer the one pleaaant road w bicb led out of Aberdeeni on wbicb, nnfortunately for bis reputation, tbe one pleasaut rnadhouse of tbe vicinity was situated. Preceding bim was a fariner on a load of bay dis cussii - Weatber and crops with anotber fariner on a load of sanil, and incidental thereto these two fariners, witb rural con teinpt for all wbo do not pay a turnpike tax, were OCOUpying tbe entire way. A light ttirn of tbo band nnd tbe gallant plack was in tbe ditcb and out again in front. But Reubt n afterward renieinbered that be bad Indiffarently tbouifbt what a nnsty liirrier tbese would bave made agni'is' a runaway, On 1 e sped around tbe bend of tbe road and under tbe sliade of tbe twin rows of BUUdea wlien a ntpid rattlu fliul patter at tracted bim, A teain of ponies beforea pbaeton bad niade a bolt of lt, and wero BOming toward bim at a rate wbicb would be the deepair of all poniee tbereafter. A younu girl w itb white faee and compreBBed lips sat uprigbt witbin, clinKtnK tbe relns bravely, but most inetl'eetually. It was all done so easily tbat no wonder B.eubeu laugbed away tbauks. Hlank PrlnoMi waa wblrled afound and plungttl beeide the affrlghted pair, A long tlendef hand was outstretcbed and gfajpad tbe rarb witb a giant'i grtp, Tbe ponlea feU back on tbeir bnuncbes, tbo pbaeton swayi'd and itopped. witbin tcn feet of tbe bacollc gonaipa, "Bbol Tbat'e Bojuirt Dalton'i darter," qtmt b one. "Truel lle yef burt, Manue!'" askedthe otbcr. Tbis BtVe Knthvon his bpnrins, ITe knaw tbe old PaBhlohed nwnaion of tbo Daltona ftti the lane a mlle diatantM he turned tbe ponlea and begged to nssure the yonni lady tliat he woula honor bim- elf by ridlng at tbeir bead to ber fatber's honae, Wbett they drcw np biforc the broad portlcotbe farm band", fitartled by rumor, thronged about tbe borsesaeif alding in tbe reacuft Rutbven mwiatad Mary Dal ton to alight, and as ber little band rcstcd witbin bis grnnp and he gated Into bef clear gray eye he felt that ne bad at ia-i ntet bis beart 's di sire. "I tbank you," iheaatd eaimly, "You must come in and lct my fatber tbank you also." And Ruthvan followed ber aa one tnay enter a temple after a weat y pilu'. iinaKP. It was t bree monl hl biter tbat one even- log they ngaln rtood eide by tidton tbe broad pOTtlco, Cp and down tbe pathway a imin was leading a flary black mare, "And is your anewerflnalf" bu pleaded, "lt must be," Mnry replied. "HOW couid l truBt my life in t be keeping of sucl; a man aa you'-" Rutbven did not attemptto anewer tha quostlon. In former dayt bis vophiitioal nsstirnti 'es would bave swept away every doubt, bUt love bad madu bim botb btitn- ble and remoraeful, "Qoodby," he eald, Vetns beitood for a moment witb bared bead beneath thi moonllght inst inet ively bis bonny blua eyes and emiling lips ttrged ber favor. Ah, fairy godmotber, for onoe baal thycbarn loet its potencyl Tbe girl pauaed 'rreso- lute witb avcrtid face nnd tbtn went iutc tbe bouae, Ltke a whirlwind through tbe nl-ht ruahed Black Princeai nnder nnaccui tomed spur and goadi and like a wbirlwind through Ruthven'i mind ruahed black deepair. He bad wildlyand hotly made bis WOoing and failed, be wbo nevcr be fore bad bei n crossed nor tbwarted. Ah, love may weli abide bis time( for bis darts grow ibarper from diRuse. Renben bad long been an adept In reading tbe contra dict ion of droopiiiK lids and K'owing cbeek to a cruel tongue, but tbcn be bad been all bead nnd no beart. and now tlie converse was true. and in maldenly sbrinking he saw n.'tiiL'lit save eontempt and fear. He would not etand it: he, the Invtncible one, to be so UpWroUght, Yet wbat OOUld he do? Do? Wby, he would naok bis trapi and away. Tbe world was as broad aa Aberdeen was cotilined. Tbt world wns as gay aa Aberdeen was duil, But where Would bego? Was lt not ail a twice told tale wbose narration bad lost Its inteiest anil wbose elimax its tbrill? "And I would bave tried tobebavcmy lelf for ber sake," be muttered. 15nt,no: tbat way was blocked, and alongtbeold accustomed one tbe ligbts we re out. Van ity of vanltiesl Wby could be not revive bis entbusiams? Wbat was tbere tbat be bad not tried and proved unto satiation? Where wure tbe fruits of bis youthful daya, so tender, ao eucculent, so refreabing of juice aud flavor? Ah, that be migbt onl Bnd theml But tbeae applea of Sodonii laugbl I'.ven yet were bis lips a pucker from t heir asbes. Black Princeai, true to hablt, turned in at tbe roadbouae. Rutbven leaped from tbe saddle and gulped n glaaaof braudy tbat would bave o'ertopped a toper. "Tbe man'adaft tbu nigbt, and tbe mare, too," muttered tbe tjroom as bu pockutud a coin. Then away oueu more tbrOUgh tbe dark- ness, down tbe clattering plauks, ovar tba rati liii(i bridtte, up tbe billside tbick with creeping tbadowa, and awayl Where sboulil be goV Wby bad be returned to Aberdeen! Whyrather bad benotcome back years beforo wben be migbt bave worked and prayed, when bu migbt bave bellaved and bave been believed? Could he blame tbat pure younn girl for reading in bis face wbat time bad written tbere? Ah, be loved her a tbouaand timea more for an intuition Wblob he would bave wiabed a aiater to poaaeaa, Wbat was tbo biim of bis experience? Calae facea, beated air, oatbs, quarrels, tbe lorceil smilu ( f tbe painted danoing woman, tbe throw of loailed dloe, the bubble of adulterated Winel No, no! lle could not m away and repeat to nausea tbat wblch was alreaily nauieatlng. But wbat then could bu do? Up migbt die. Surelyl Tbe ecar on bis cbeek tingledaa bu remembered tbat when be bad awooned from bis lior-e after that treraendoua toinahawk iweap tbu last suu tatlon bad beeaone of reat and peaoe. For a moment Rutbvan'i tbougbta clus tered cheerfully about tbiaeuggeetion, and then wandered as if led by dreama, Tbe Btrangeat, most inconKruous recollectiona Baabed aorow bia mind ltke picturee from tbel'tntern of mndneei tbe lullaby tbat bia aged nurae uaed to alng; tbe etreetaol Aberdeen aa they had looked yeare before on :k brigbt morning after a terriflc snow atorm; tbe coucluslon of one of the old doc tor's talka at AnBWaf, to wbicb be would hnve sworn be bad uever listetied; the piaint of a beggar wbom be bad refuied in front ot tba olub ac Londoni tbe ilmubv OTUra of a Bweet, sad face wbicb be believed mUlt be bis molhur's. Sut'h visions en traneed bim until be tound bimaelf be bardly knaw liow -back in bis den, seated in bisgreat ariocl.'lir, tbe ilropligbt diinly burnlng, t be wlndowi open to tbu relief of the rammer evt ofog. And wbat wns tbat on tbe stand by his Jdef His r, volver loade I and cocked. Well, be miu'bl as welll It would at least be an endlng tq wbat bad been atortuoui course from a fair beglnning. But, lacka tlay, bow sad, bow melaneholy to contum platel He bad never intended to waste bis life, no, indccd! He bad bad dreama of honor, but they had nlways illumined the clouds of the future. He had waited. He bad dawdled witb opporttmity. Time had aoemod ao abundant wban it had been o scant. Iiike tbe liare he had alept, and the tortoise bad passed hlin by. ()b, the an- gulah of it. to be a kingof men witiioutthe kinuiloml To bave every "Is" a "migbt bave been!" Now h comprebended tbo siniles, tbe hIiiuks, tbe furtive gbUHMI of his asBociates. He bad been tbeir bulloon, wbose entartainment bad been acoepted in eplte of, instead of beeause of, himself. Even bis dashing sketcbes, bis dainty veises, his fervid nalntilnga kad merely arouaad tbeir pity. like tbe fair oolumna of an incoinplete and abandoned palace. llow he bated tbem all, tbe sino.: faced, K()iiare toed, itupid race, wbo bad tbeir homesand wivcs and childreu wbile be was so duso latel TbrOUgb tbe open window on tbu calm ness of t be ni'bt came a plalntiva sound. Rutbven atpped forward and looked out. Wbat a WOUdrOUa spectai le were tbe beav eusl Tbe full moou role triumpbaut across the gcnith, attended by a brllliaut Btar, llka a grand mbttreae followed by a heautifui maidan, Myriadaof ligbts abont diatlnot from every qunrta, or oonfuaed witbin tbe bewildering radianoi of tbe milky way, ajid all joinud in a getitle. tbtrtiscnunts. Be on Guard against imitationa ( 'inc. When they are not dancrous, they are w orthless. They are usually botn, I'cariinc does what nothiriff O'j? elae ean. 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TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT HOUSE-CLEANING. trannull benefloenoe toward tbe poor little world. llow insiKniflcnnt wero buman wocs In the irecnco of fitcli amaziiiK Iplcudorl BtbII if one were n kin amone; men, bow pelty must be bis domnin, a tnere point of obwrvation of IncocoelTable tnarrelil And yv wbatwaa tbat pUlntiTt eoundl Rui bTen glanctd down, On tbe curb sat a beggar wornan cruon Ing to a iteeping infant. lle could see tbe look of ConteUt on tbe poor waif's wan face as tbe little liand restcd c,iressinj,'ly kgalOat ber cbeek. After all was not tbis a more aatoundlng Ipectaolef Was not evci v inortal belng a nicroooani ns pre- nant wlth nnrevealed trutb atanyatarf Bow pilghty, bow rnyiterious, waa tbia buinan hean tbat amid prlTatlonand dla treu couid And euob peaoe iu nal ural afTec tioni Rutbven leaaed outontheeill nnd dropped his puree into tbe woman'i lap, Bhe looked Up and tmlled, nnd tbat smile eaid, "(iod blcss you." I'ossi ssed it n tnnKle nirainst bitterncsa' In a cbanged mood rarely, Ruthyen turned away and Rtrode llowly up and down lili RMNB, Wby ihOUld be say amen to tbo forebodiic4s of his friends and prove tbo rttintbat they predictedf Was not tbis lieKar Uobler in ber MjdnntOM tban a sui- oiderottlng beueath tba croearoadi wltba slave lliroiik'li bis cravcn breastf llutoh, tbe poigaance of fruatratlon, and oh,tbe etnpl IneM of life! So lie bad never acbleved hli manhood f i io waaatill a pettutb ohlld bewatlingthe mooB, Ah, was it not tbe truth that hepoueaaed far more tban bo daaertedf wlth youtb, wealth, health, was be not UngTatefttl to despnirf What, then. did he know of life tbat be must prate of its emptlneasf iiu had indeed dla oorered tbe sawdutt witbin bis dolltbut bad be ever uorkcdf Wiiy ahould bu not take bis talellta frOffl tbeir biding place aud bid tbem increaser lf be must die, bould he not walt until bia daath would be a deprivatlonf Hutbveu liKiked around bim at the picturea on tbe wall, No critlc'seye rouid dctect their faults so unerrlngly as in's, for he bad realized tbem in tlie making, but had baan too indlffera&t totry to do better, Suppose tbat now he sliotild tryf Could he not, win nn honorable faine for himself, and would not tbat famo be MraethlDg in Ufef Again tbu piaint ive strains of tbe poor woman'i lullaby attracted his attantion, Wby bad bu always been, wby ibould be now be so seliisb? Tbere was n begg&T before bladoort tbere were beKtjars outaide thu doorsof tbe world. He recalled tbe Indescribable Bitialor and wretcbedness he bad coldly witnessed ns oneof tbe llghta ifl diff erent citiea, Had he tried to givo re lief f Was tbere not work for hisample tneans, not far away among etrangera, but here in Aberdeen BjnoOg tbose wbo migbt wellbeof bis blood? Would not cbarity be tomething in life, and ihould he not ofTer lt, tinoe lie so soon would ask ht AjkI did it not retnrn a bleaatng, since even his cbanoe gift of the nigbt had brougbt him i thrill of joyF Up aud dov. ti the room tbo faster strode Rutbven as bis imagination rtvealed a happy future. He saw himself golng about anong men doing good. He beard tlie pntyera, be felt tbe tears of gratitude. He recogniaed approbation in thaglanon of bis fellow citizens, and tbese Blled him witb an honeat prlda, His heart wai al ways ligbt beeau.se be never considered its pnni.'s. And t beu tbe day canie wben fair hands were stretched toward him, when a tetnb r voice said: "You bave proved your wortb, deareat, I can now trust you, as I have always loved you." Ob, viaion of joy suprumel He saw bira eelf seated witbin tbo cozy Inglenook of home. About tbe room that form aodeat to bim was Qlttlng, on wifely cares inttut, wbile around bis ueck tiny arms wtru en twiued, und bis cbeek was caressed as tbat of tbu mendicant bad been. Ruthven etopped ihort and stood for an Isatant in a atate of exaltation, "Tbank Qodl" be eried, "I atn eaved frotn nayeelf. i lee tbu right, and I ihall pnraue it." In his fervor be brought bis ollnched fiat down heavily on tbu stand. Thera was a sbarp report, a moan aud Reuban Uuthven lay dead in bis great armohair. Aud through tbe open windows c.ime the plaintive strains of the poor womau's lul laby. The next morning, eTen wbile the eare- taker was flicinn terror Itricken from tbe awful ttare of death, .Mary Dalton sang blithely as ihe culled floweri for tlie braak- fast table, for ber beart was buiiuding with rapture. "He will surelycoine todny," she mur mured. "And we sball be so happy. It was better for lne to seem reluclant at fintt but you sball know bow tenderlv I love you, iny bero, my darliug." i'iUsburij JjhjHitch. obcrtisemcnts. FROM THE FRONTIER. An Indian Trader Tells His Story of Kickapoo Indian Sagwa, Cured of a Distrosslng Stomacr) Troubio by Kickapoo Sagwa Flrat loarnod of tho Modicina through a Souix Indian. Here is anotber ntory from tbe frontlar of tlie wonderful ouratlve propertlel of the Klekanoo IikUuh Remediei, and proof of their ii iicii regard among Mie fronUeramaaj flml liiitliuis. o. s. aat, Indian Trader THE MONTPELIER CRACKERS Qave alwayi borne tbo reputation of boins tbu "Baat tho World," and are ad vertised thus. Wby is it aof It is beeause tbe old Brm of (!. H. Oroaa uud C. II. Cross & Sou bave made thfllU for sUiy years. Tbo saiuo worktueii bave bakad thuin in tbo factory for tbirty yua s. They are Baked in Ovens with Soap Stone Bottoms, Wbich keeps tliein uioist, erisp atld tender a great whilo longur th in if btkod in ovens witii irou liottoms. As u I nriMkari cninot be bakod ou Iron as on so.tp stone. Be sure to oall for " MOS'fi'KM KR CSt.VCK HltS," aud you get tbe tiuest ttia Io- MAXL'KACTUaKO BY C. H. GROSS & SON, - - - MONTPELIER, VT, o Tbeonly Iaint that will loooaaafullf raalal 'be autiou of sait air, tiio ina's direot raye, aud ooal gtt. t3f" Kaets denouitrAt j l by autu n taaia. S4- LIQUID RUBBER PAINTS Tbirty six ahadea, ipeclally aelected us beinflj tha most uurable aud oolot iMHng, atnbraolng all tha latest stylisli nbudog in body and triiuiuiiu colors Houses Painted Ten Years Still Looking Well. Tlie tollowlng letter from O. S. Asiiy, tba Indian trader and Interpreter of Uu-h'viiie Kebraska, Kives poeltive prpof of (he cura- ttvei tonlo, and bl t pnrifylng iiualltlea of Kiekrpoo lii'liiin Bagwa. t BUSHVILLK, ShiuiASK V, June S, 9ouietiine ago after suiferlng everely wlth Btoiiuo ti tronble, and dyepepala wliich had been greatly aggraTateu by thu nlkall water of the weatern eounti, and when i tiad reaehed that itage where i oould fretiuentlfi liobl nothiiitf on my itomaeh, and would even throw up water a toon as ilriuik, I learned from u Stoua Indian who had boea on u vistt to the Klokepno trlbe of a wonder ful remedy cailed "Sagwa." i t bim o brocure aome for me. The effaot wns re markable. I tried to get more from the indian, hnt he would not ieime tmveinore ot his. lie prlaed lt so muoh he woui not . it nn. i then learned tbat Meniy . itieiow. of New Ilavun, Conn., had nn 'nrriini',ineni with the Kickapoo trlbe, and was putttng tbeir remediea on the market, I ientand ot a bottle un) found it to be the aatnc us tbat t hii'l proonred from the Sioux luilfan. I .t more. and after the aee of a few botUea, I wns not only relleved tnit entircly curui, aiul hiii'r stinnd rarea erer niwe. I oan eat anything set before me. Salt Bueon, whieh use.l to hnve n most lt-ti esing effect, I can now eat und rellth like aa Indian. I buve aleo need thc Kickapoo Jniltnn Sulve for ni hoies, when they have been onl -cverely oii burbed wire fences, und lt heale them right up. I oannot ipeali too blghly of tho Kickapoo nmedtee, i keen them iill in my traalnaj po-t, and oheerfuily recommend it to uny one. G. 8. ASAY, Inillun Trader nncl interpreter NEARLY. half a century of utiintef mpted snccess in the, cure of COUgb, cold and Inoipient oonaumptlon has given to Ur. Bull'a Couh Byrup a rep utation doI poaaeaaed by any otneratnl lar remedy, Et is a sovertigu cure fot all dlteaaei of the ihru.it aud cheit, Thk greaiest bleKlog tbat could be fall tti an fairncrs would be to lose half the fuim and learu bJOW to haudlc Uie ulher balf ligbt. Ingersoll's Liindd ltubbor Houso I'aints, Industructilde Buru I'uints, Ourriage and Wauou I'uiuts. oidest Mixod i'.iiut Houso in Atnerlo., Betabliibed LM3. nonuence ollolted. o. w iNdKltsoi.i, Proprieror, MJ and 343 Plymouth euaati iiiookiyu, .now tom, CorruHpoml State of Oitio, OlTY of Tolf.io, j Lt't'AS Cou.nty, j FHANK J, CHBNEY niakes oath llial he is lentor partuer ! the Brm of F. J. Ciiknky & C0, doiog busiuess in tbe tity of Toledo, OOUDlT and state ufore saul, and that said llrni will pny tbe suin of ONE HUNDBED D0LLAR8 for eacb and evt-ry ease of CATABRB ihal oauuot be cured by the use of Ball'i Catabbh Cubk. FRANK J . CHENEY. Sworn to before meaud sultsciibed in my presenee, IWs otli uay ol , ) Decenib' r, A. I)., A. W Glkason, Notary Public. Hftll'i Catarrb Cure is taken iuternally and acls direetly on tbo blood and mu OOUI lurfaees of tbe8)8tem. Send for testinionials. tv e, F. J. CB E N KV & CO., Toledo, O. IC"Sold ly ilrugsiBts at eevcuty fivf eents. lt must be Wlthtn tlie'taet to say tuat in tliis COUUtry, With a population of 6,',oou,uoo, tha numbtr of Ueaths rasolt- ing direetly nnd imrirectly froui driuk must bo at least lOO.OuO. To preveut ihe grip or Biiy other sitnilar epidgp Io, tho blood and thc Wboie ysteln ibottld be kept in ht althy OondltloD, H you f ol worn out or hnve " tbat tlred feeUng " iu the morn ing, do not bo t'liilty of ncglect. (iive Immadutc aiti Qtton to yourself. Tuko Hood't Saraapaiilla to givc strengtb, purify the bl, od and prevent disiaee. HOOD! 1'ili.s cure liver jaundice, liiHousuess, eick hoadai'he und cousti- uatiun. KICKAPOO INDIAN SAGWA. $1 per bottle. 6 bottles for $5. FREE! Kend 1 Urvf .-c. "tlamiis to pay mnt aikI 'I. niail you i, a Uiritlinif tnd IntAnnelr Intereatlnt inttk ot 173 pnffeH, entltled L1KK AND scKNKS A.MONU 'iiir; KKKroo immws." Telli &n aiiout the linliaim. 4ddrH. HEALY liH.ri o . .. . tinittd Avi iiat1, Nvn Uavva. I'uun. DR. CLIDDEN'S RHEUMATIC CURE i- u Conpoand Bfediolnc in LICUII fincl PILLrS Whieh iclenee hnn tnkei from miture' tfrthnufl. n -I m wtiinlcrful i U- for tho obatiiuite Htiil p.iinful 'lidnrtler, RHEUMATISM Catued to u Ataeeted LITKR, kiknkvs and ltl. ). No r edy Iiks ever liedtl niacuvered ttutt onrM u large pruiiertiuu uf oatei us Dr. Glidden's Rheumatic Cure, Ai1k' iiimI Palni ure PBQOF that tlie aysiem ia diat-aiieil. Tlie 1I KK, tl' l.iritent er.in ln tlie body, U dlteaied, connequeutlj the KIUNET8 ai dlieucd, the BEART effeoted. Yoneaonot aleep ii . I.- - anu life w .ilinust a burilen. KKIKMi. if Touueoverworked anddebll tti I have ache and puiim. G1VK 1 his iiit-.li.Mne PKKSISTKNT trtal. it Invtgontet the iritera MlTtnei the hlned. iiniiroves illustien, relieve Mta iai ourai RHEUMATISM. S. A. HOWARD SOLE PROPRIETOK, New Hampton, N. H. FOR SALE AT DRUGGISTS. CASESof INSANITY From thc Effocts of "L A GRIPPE Are Alarmingly Prevalent. SUICIDES From the Same Cause are An nounced in Every Paper. Would you be rid of the nwful effcotl of La Grippe ? Tbare U BUI ONE SURE REMEDT Ithat EVEK EAILS, : DAM'S SARSAPARILLA! We Guaraniee to CUBB you or RE Fl'XD your moiiey. COULD WE 1)0 more; ISN'T IT WORTH A TRIAL? $500 Reward ! We will lmr the altov l.lver Cetiiplauit, Iyj,exl .ward fnr any caie ot si. k itr.i.ui ii.-, itnii- Kethm, t'oiutinat im or . ... l."lie- we .-.11.1101 cure wlth Wett'l VeKetahle l.lvor PUlIiWBea thedlrec tlnni are Irlotly coiuplltttl wlth. They are iurly VeKetahle, and never fail tn Kive atutaetlon. NuKar Cnated Ijtrxe bozei. FontalnlnK M llll , V eent. Ueware nf .'.mnterfi'ttii anil linlt..tl.ma The leuulue ountitactured onli b THKJ0HN 0 wkst t o.MI'ANV. I'lllt'Atil), III. Sold by all druxglatl. Obiumm Orj for Pitobar'i OaatorUu 1 )BJUHKM Orj for l'iuiher's Cautorii.