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it t ' I !' i i i" i ii .1 :l i: OUT 100RS AND IN. Ilia f armor, work in tliU our day Ii don in nioduru way, JIo get thi bout iuipruved luaohloei to out and aave III liny; No weary arnii and oalluui hand, for bold- For ridinK U tlio wy way of doing that work uow. With double team lis cttltlvatea th. floor growing corn, Ha doaa not log along behind but ride from And wbon he now tlio golden grain It U not dona ny imwi, 'Twould be a alow and tediou. way to got o'er no mneb land. And wbon ibe lutrrosi time cornea on, be'i amlotu to begin, For worrying about the belp U not a mod- (TO MU lie bitobea on a big machine that leavei the bundloa made, And if 'twere not for ibovkiug it, all might Hit in the shade. And so the fnrnior'i work goea on, 'tie Hgbt- ened every year, JSaoU uow maohino that eaves bira toil be 11 buy if 'tie brought near; But doee be think that in the houKO with- in the kitobon door Hi wifo tbo Rulf-Hixine bunions boars wbiob our grandmothers bore? For paring "tutor" is tbo same atid so is mopping floors, The womU machine noon disappoint, and is turned out of doom; After tbo Jolly fnrnior eats bis moulu throe timoH ft day, His wife doth wanh the dinlw. In the same old-faxhioiiud way. And so it la out doors and in, and so I fear 'twill be. This wenry round of indoor life calls for our ay in pat by. Ob, who will rise with genius rare and In stitute sonio some plans To lift or lifjhtnn woman's toil as are hor lord's, tho ninn'i! Anon. LIKE HIS MOTHER USED TO MAKE. "I was born in Iudiany," Buys a stranger, luuk and slim. As W fellers in the rentauront wan kind o' guying him. And uncle Juke wiih Hlidm' bun another pun - kin pie And a extra cup of coffee, with a twinkle in hie eye "I was born in Indinny moro'n forty year' ago And I hain't been bnck in twenty and I'm working back'ttrde Blow; But I've ot in every rcHtaunint 'twirt here and Kauty Feo, And I wnutto xtato thiscoffoo socmsliko git tin' borne to mo! Pour ns out another, daddy," says the follor, warmiu' up, A-sponkin' 'Croat a unucerful, a Undo tuck his cup "When I Hood your sign out yondor," he went on, to Uncle juke '.'Come in and git some coffee like your niotbor uHod to muko" I thought of my old mother, and tho ToHoy Conuty furm, And mo ft little kid agin', a hangiu on ber arm. As rihe sot tho pot a-biliu' broke the rggs nn' poured 'om in" And tbo fuller kind o' bolted, with a trim- bio in bia eliiu. And Uncle Jake ho fetched tho (ullur's cof fee bnck, and Htood Ah solemn, for a miuuto, oh an uudortitkor would: . Turn ho nort o' tnrnod and tiptood to'rds the kitchou door aud next, Hero comes hm old wifo out with him, n- rubbin' of her wines Aud hIio rushes for the etrangor, and she boilers out "it's himl Tbnnk God wo've mot him comin'l Don't vou know your mother. Jimr And tho feller, im ho grubbed hor, Hays: "You bet I hnin't forgot" lint. wiiin' off Iiih ovch, buvh bo: "Your cotleo's mighty hot !" James Whitoomb lliloy. CURRENT FUN. An accessory beforo thn act the orchestra. Pittsburg Chroniclo Tel egraph. "A hint is as good as a kick" and a groat deal better to tho recipient. Lowell (Jitizen. There is nn awful moral to tho sto rv that comes from Chattanooga bout "forty poople poisoned by water." Detroit 1 reo Truss. Tho season is almost hero for ro printing tho poem on "Tho Beautiful .Snow." Now is tho time to got up clubs. Lowell Citizen. A Western settler's cabin wns re cently swept cutiroly away by tv tor nado. That is what wo should call carrying a house by storm. Burling ton Five Tress. At a Toxub hotol. Guest Waiter, Lring mo some rice piuldiug. Waiter Boss, I can't jeem recommend do rice pudding to-day. Guest What's thu matter with it? Waiter Nullin. 'eopt dar ain't none. Texas Sil'tiugs. "How do you tell a fool when you see oue, Mrs. Jour?"' asked a weuri noine old bachelor of a lively young widow. "I usually toll ono to leave," hhe replied, and the biu-helor didn't ask for a di.igr.itn. iLivhant Trav eler. A libel on Colonel Ingrrsoll is co ing thu rounds. It is said his hair is turning gray, and not from excessive piety, either. Tho Colonel is as des titute of hair us be is of religion. That is tho bald truth. Detroit Free Tress. A remtirkttblo swindle ou tho pnrt of the Ijouisinna Lottery Compuny fcas recently been unearthed through suit bruuht against it by a tickel liolder. In Deevmbrr, 18811, a capital Et'm of !f 150.00 was ndvertisod as aving Wtn ilrttw p fit J paid in Cali fornia. It Ins now tun proven that lio fiich prize w:is drawn at tbo time stated, aud Lot a dollar of the amount paid as published tho whole t-L-ing a dihr putal!e m-l.eme to inrrcai? the (le of tuLtl-- What a p.tLihlo sh-c-ta lu is piencutctl by the twjo'.d tXu fediMte Vi,licra. Jt.)nivg-ird anl Kr'.y lntU; hcairrcdin their coun try' wrvics anl now f.it'.enit; in their oil erc on the ijn of fru I nu l i:ipiity' r.ty f.crj'.l G.mlU- ottaf Mow ia Tklk. S'4. o : a" J.rmlJ- -m.-tj ii Jm. J..u-M It W-1 ..;. l .c. ad vii.':'ti -. Jrt k f rL- a b:tia. ao u--. ti. nl, or J r r tl sl t j il tu- l TroublM will yet prow out of tbo St. Louis Republican "Talon of tbo War," owing to tho inability of "oyo witnesHos" to ugroe ru to tho invriU of battle, or of partioitlnr roguuouti. or coiuiuandora engaged theroin. A nhort timo airo an ex-member of tho Third Texua Confoilurato cavalry wrnta from GrRDUvino, Texas, do scribing tho part his rogiineut took in tho battlo of Wilson's creek, in compnriHon with which tho charge of tho Liu'ht Brigade ut liulaklava was an ilmigniilcnut affair , but lioro cornea H. J. llolcombo. of Chilhootho Mo., who baiH hi nueortiotiH, ho aHa. nn ijrnoiiiil observation and tho report of tho ofliccra of tho rcgi moot themselves, and nayij tho Third ToxaH cavalry was scurcoly in the fight in question j that out of its one thousand men onlv four woro killed and twonty ono woundod, aud that tho dosperato charges rtporioa oy tho Grapevine correspondent existed only in his imagination. It was un fair in Holcomoe not w givu wtu namo of his rogimont, bo that sorno friend of tho Third Texas might tear his record to pieces, the general ten doncy of tho lottors in tho Itopublican being to show that thoro wus very littlo credit duo any ono in tho last war excopt in the particular regiment to which tho party wriurjg uoionguu. Sun Antonio Express. To morrow may never come to us. Wo do not live iu to taorrow. We cannot find it in any of our titlo deeds Tho roan who owns blocks of real es tate and great ships on the Bca does not own a single minute oi to-morrowi To morrow! It is a mysterious possi bility, not vet born. It lies under the soal of mldnicrht behind tho veil of glitteriug constellations. Chapin. When Daniel Webster sat down one cold winter morning w wmu 'Beautiful Snow," ho littlo thought how many writers would rise up aud claim to be its truo and only autuor. It would have boon much better for Daniel had ho boon content with tho fume his dictionary hud brought him. -Ex. Tho Houston Post conies ot tho attorney geueral in this stylo: Instead of sitting in his office and expressing tho opinion that a law can't bo enforced, Attorney-General Tompleton should first try the exper iment of enforcing it. i.no cattle barons should bo temporized with no longer. A few rich men should not bo allowed to defy tho whole state government, as is boing done now. During tho recent snow storm in Kansas along tho lino of tho Santa Vo railroad on tho 5th wheroiu livo mon wero working on an irrigating ditch near Dodgo City and two broth ers named llabor who wero hunting claims on tho prairia and an ontiro family in camp a few miles from Dodge were all frozen to doath. Tho severity of tho storm was unprcce clont in thoso parts. Sam Jones presonts tho moral law in a vastly practical fashion. He teaches how to livo not what to be lieve as a more matter of abstract truth. A Reliable Article For ontcrpriHO, punh nud dosiro to get get Hiich goodH iik will give the trade satiH faetiou. 11. Frommo, the Druggist IoikIh all competition; be hi.'Uk Dr. JSo.-umko's Cough and Lung Syrup, beeauso its the best Medic inn on tho markot, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cunts and $1.00. Samples free. BILE BEAKS. Wo do not recommend " Kilo I'.cans " to euro all the Imnmi nature is lielr to, but wo know tlicy are superior in every respect, as a c.itlinrllo nml corrector of llio llvur, to pills anil lliiulil liver regulator Ono " bean " is a dose. They do not gripe, sicken tho stomach orwcnkuii the system. Try Hi. m once aud you will never lie without them. Sold hy drug gists and inodlcluo dcalum at 26 cents a bottle. Itueklcn's Arnica Salve. Tho be t salvo in the tho world forenls, bruises, Sores ulcers. Salt Kheuin, fever sores, tetter, elmpped hands, chilblains, corns, audull skiu truptiium, and positively cures iles or no pay required. It is guur nnted to give perfect Hatisfartioii or money refunded. Price .'." cents per box. Por sulo by It. Prunime. ly A Keynote to Health. Health is wealth. Wealth means Inde pendence. The Keynote is Pr. Hosnulio'n Cough and Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup in tlm world. Cures Coughs, CoMs, Pains in the Chest, liroiichitis and Primary Cousiiiiiption. Ono dose gives ri:cf in every ea-a". Titke no other. Price 50 cents aud il.OO. Samples free. F. Fhummb. Itl'll, PbAIIIIE MaNOK AND KonATCHKS of every kind cured in 3o minute by Wool- roim's SA!iTKy Ixvnis. lso no other. This never fails. Sold by H. Fnn me, Druggist, Su Marcos. Oct. IV.i-ly. !r 'out of sorts' with beadsch, stomach (tiunler, torpid liver, paiuln bsekur side, con - nation, rie.iievied mnv iw laiiu. ww"' II Itnma'a Hnmitiva Fills Kill irlvtf rrli.'l. A .c. resture to uett hcallb and igor. Smith's nn.s Bbans reMnre trie appetite, prevent Mllouineu and dyspepsia, strtxgtli eathesvitrni and purify the t yod, and will pnsiUTelypreventrblllsandlever. One bean Is a dote. There are twenty doses tn a bot tle. Sold by drucRMs at 2 cents per bottle. d iiE ron rii.rs. I'lle sre frtsineiitlr pnt-edetl bv a fcf nse "f wighl in the k. loin ; and lower p trt of the afsliiiun. eiuisinv; the pi.ti. ut to fctip- HMf In- lu -u ne- ulI. t..'U ! thu kidMejsur ; r.ei;-li?.rin or ; um. At timrs. rMiiptoms 'f in.t:-;.-:inn a-e jT.''Ut. fl iluli u y, u:n si-1 ii, of th oiiA. U. tc A m-'Unre. 1:V , r-t-irr.ti.ei. pn birir, vi ry disarm able ' it,-! iu.:. ati-r vi-ttivg nmi. is oonnion t- l. j. 1.1.1. l:'n l. HI.-. .1 :.n 1 Ii.-tiin j I'll. . v-. 1 1 kt .(. th- n) li U:in i'l It. !-nU-' Pi K-iirt-tv. hi.h w-1 d;r'.-tlv i:vn tS- j-rt (.x-t'd. a! .rt.i -ij; th ti ' t it, a'ltviu tb- :i:t--T it. h:Tij. ar.l f . j f- -t i g a T-rtui.- nt .tir.-. Hi..-. ' it-. All. Tr IT. k. M d-rfii. ..! I'.is. Si 1 l r 11 I"'-nr. Pi rort awer:re anr , e-e-e I at 'tf wmm ta sl.s l-at-r OUR STORY COLUMN. MR. 1SL15KH. 'Dou't sit up for uto on any aocount," aaid Mr. Ulluka, "I "tcU key. I'vo lold you I should bo luto, and when I o, and wben I ru (nut llu So you'l not do you ii not .t.irn I shan't diaturb you. I down in the spare bedroom. it un, Eliza. Very well, William," said Elita, with au lured nigh. "Hut I might as well ait up (ninPAil iiiih. "Jiut 1 migni as wen sii uni: as not. i'va often lol.l you mat i uovur .A. I I I l(u tVva nn 'XHUUHOUafO, "U flr. Dliuwr-; w i - : a.. . uj I. u kll ' be uudur uo anxiety no reiuou why you Should Uot BO to Sleep." Mrs. llliuks brenthsd another sigh, which spoke more deeply of injury thau tho hist. "Very well, William," sh said again; "I'll go through the form of going to bed, Thon Mr. Blinks, baring fluishod bis breakfast, wout through the form of kissing bia wife and family aud departed for that mysterious region known as down-town, where be transacted business, lie bud a certain fooliug of triumph lu that he bad persuaded or coerced bis wedded Eliza to retire before bis return. Her apparition in a night-cap and crimping pins, a long night robe aud a small shawl iiud Hut toilet slip pers dampouod ull bis jollity when, ftftor a nice littlo evening, he entered bis own door , tha "woo smo' hours." hhe never i.i,i imt Shawns so meekly Inlured: she SCO inquired iu auoh softly reproachful tonos I whether the clock was really ngiit, ana sue begged mm iu sucu a sau, impion, wi., beau not ta wLke the baby. Mr. Blinks was jovial, and bated to have bis spirits lowered. Mrs. Blanks was vory serious and rather fancied high spirits crim. They bad married rath' r Into in life, for she was thirty and ho past forty on their woddiug day; and they had fixed opinions on all such subjects, and could not give them up. If evor it had onterud their minds that it was a pity thoy had pgreed onco, and made a mutch of it, it was on Blink's convivial evenings when ne stayed out luto and his wifo kept vigil in couso- xueuce. A Mioh Partlelto, Lluut never Had to sit up for any ono. As a bucholor, Blinks tumbled homo when ho pleased. Mr. Blinks had a vory jolly ovoniug jol lier than usual, for tha knowledge that he had forbidden Mrs. Blinks to sit up for him inspired him; and at 2 o'clock in the morn ing UO liiauo ins way nome, hioiuh iu uhu self occasionally, and uow and thon com- vuuuu, , u euo, u"7".'" "V" polled to lungii aloud at some joke that! again; and possibiy apologize for hay thiHuod across his memory. Always beforo I ing stopped it. No friendship on earth tho fact Unit Eliza was sitting up for ir"jia more constant than that contract causod Mr. Blinks to bo somewhat abstemi- j . t, jj,,. for ft journal which ous ns to wmcj but uow ho bid ordored her v J . flP.,rt in ?"!...ir tt i,..,i Rrm..r,i ..iiinrs Bo that 1 makes an honest and earnest effort to they were all iu his own hands, and he was not as steady on his feet or au clear of com nrebeiiBeou as ho might have been. . , i.i.-.i : .1., -1. A ne bvuiuoiuu upnoiirn in .110 hhih iuu felt Uis way up to the spare bedroom ho muttered to himself: "This is just us it ought to be. Eliza : Bhau't sit up for me again." Then, having bumped his hood against ft bedpost, ho took off his cout and boots gave up the rest as a bad job. retired, tangled lnOXtrlCUJlJf IU U iiiitU vii wuuitij'tmHn, fell asleep. In a short time he wus in a short time he wus awnK- U n ntrniicr smell of tobacco smoke. Lifting himself ou his elbow, he looked about tho room a,nd saw in tho moonlight i .1..... A-n.,...l ;.. n. .1 bv the window a figure draped iu soinokiud of a gown and smoking a short pipo. A hazy idea that turn was imizh, wno naa urn obeyed him, and bad also taken to tobacco, entered his mind. "I told you not to sit up for me.my denr," ho said, rebukiiigly, "and whau did you loam to smoker" And thon a masculino voieo eriod: "What tho dou :e " The cas flashed up, and bo saw bnforo him a stout man in a dressing gown who, naVHIg Siaieu ui muin luniiieui., unnb wj 1 his pipo.tuckod up his sleeves, audndvuncod : toward the uou. Blinks was still ilreainy. Ho tried to rn. member whether thoro was any reason for this Btrangor's presonce, and was ho a sttau gor? Dul ho know 111111.' .t Iivit "Why, who are you?" he said, ' 'and what I do you want m mv nonser" "That's a very nice dodgo," cried tho oth er, "but it won't do." "So I understand it now." said Blinks quite wida awake at last, and comprehend ing that this was a burglar who had hidd m iu tho spare bedroom, and, without a word ho sprang from the bed and grappled with tho stranger. The other grappled with him. Eaoh was mtent on tho objoet, to turnst 1110 other out of the door. They tumbled down. stairs totrothor. smashed the hall hat stand, foil through tuo iightB m tuo uoor, stumuiea bruised and scratched out upou tho ver-jy nm"?., oU,U8 a oluur "BUUjr'lnn.nnd she now had crown much At tho same moment a window next door went up, ahead, in cap and curl papers, was I turust out, aim a louiaiu rw "".m. ''u'w'mSTbh... firm in tho conviction ihnt i,..n.inrs had arrived at last. A rtolieemau heard the cries. He sum- moned nunther. Tho usual course of events ' jj(jr recovcry to Swift's Specific eri would havo boon a vrocession to tho station j . , j . Bfi it M house; but these oflioers wero men of great ' ..... . minds and wonderful discernment. Ono of thorn usktd "what waa tho mat-': tr?'' I "I found this man burglariously concealed' in a bedroom of my house," said Mr. Blinks. , I Kive hi.ii m charge." "Bah!" said the other. Vi tus is a aeep rascal. I found him in bed 111 my room. I live at No. 'JO, hero. Tho rest of the family are iu the country, and I'm, so to speak, keeping bousJ. Jilkins I think you know m , oftver." Whv, vt's. I know yon very well, Mr. Jilkins," said the policeman. "We spoko to cieh other as you passed mo nnit an nour a o sniit good evaiiuig. 1: ,1 1 i.s: Mr. Blinks of L'2! Know hiiu well, nud bo named me atnint an Hour aco. biiiriiik 111111 quite jolly. ou cau either of you make a; charge if yon like, but it seems to me you'd bettor think it over." ) Mr. Blinks looked at Mr. Jilkins, down whoso iheek a Ions' scratch was beginning 1 Mr. Jilkins looked at Sir. Brinks, on whose temple was arising a larj.-e b'ttn !ruiso tho size of a 1. n's egi, and whose npper lip wns iffiiur up like a pincushion, aud both tried ' look i'ldiein' "It s a mistake." tid Mr. Jilkin. "This. pnrti to I presume, is tbo effect of a L-la-s too much. You he entered our house iu ttod of your own, and miturolly." "The mistake wa owing to the similarity of the houKcn, Mr. Jilkins,'' said Mr. Biii:ks But a gentleman who had not tik-n a iirop too murh would scarcely liava taken me for . a burular. And then a plaintive voice descended ' pom the acrotid "tory win.y.w n .o .Mr. minks win apoicg'7 m siie mom-1 ii g. I know. Mr. J:!kiu. rri! would cot : fipve oc'tirreit lint Ii penn:tt.it m to :i tioa is t'lamntee.! to cure Coughs Colds, up for Lini. It tdiallnct occur asun. C.e-.ie i !iro,,citiM. Asthma. Croop. and every af in dear. PWe try not to .iki the bal-y." ! f,v tiu f n.rost I'hroat. Chest and Lungs. What .U I Mr niii:k y th- u! So i:i:.t-1 Trial Il.th- Fre. at KFr.onvi CAN BI CURED WITHOUT THE USEOF 0IUM OR MORHIMEI Tt IfMwif xnHiAfi at 91. Lrais. aavs' to t! Joar. lvst, sc: -Muuj bv twtYc mot tn St w of ovmi tiwjtii. Irn IS uk of ttkw trv inrth t-lW at Smr.-. mm. It rtMiMMiixitsni Ituwtdm- rnn iwnmw bit t tnnpl hv u asetWusa, whx-a, k, sUmast epeci&c sb Hm om tana of tminm.- I "vnftfttY( --,,,,. -BssTrril MT T All lRroBTa A. V.tl.LIER, i4a Ptumiss. 7CW tar! Not what bis psrenU and sponsor ,nl.l axueeud him to say wben be araw up, after all their careful teaching, I know. But be want tn aud was w; 111 next day, and Mrs. Uliuks nursed him with matiT siuhs. And the neit morning Mr. iiiki.. m.,ni In hi ilrau coat and boots in parcel, and ha Heard i; nisei apologised for in tho ball. 1 , "ou. but 11 M Dot J011 Mmku kuew tll011( M u kne pareol, and ha beard lilmseir piaimiveiy A Wf ww worst of it new afterward, .i.. i.. ,.r ilnro bid Eliza retire to lw iUow wWl8 b, WM 0nt again. Mora mmrBdi tnon be-auawled, be-oHpped.orimp- ,- j i,)u.ind. and low voiced tlion ever, uuiu " M . . . .... ... I ka.da vorV IllliUl. t-liatti, WHU UOr uwm unuu, - . s i . il.. ai..n Aixnm hm,, .nn tha ima. locks the front door. and puis the key under her pillow. Blinks stays out late uo more. Chicago News. Tho following extract from some paper bo woll exprossoa our ideas that wo think tho space it occupies will bo well usod. Ia it nny bo seen some of that intangible thing callod good will, which so many have often tried to doGuo : "Tho strong attachment of sub scribers to a well-conducted newspa ncr is fullv conQrnied by all publish ers. 'Stop my paper,' words of dread to bemnnors iu business, lose tlioir terror after a paper has boon estab- jj8i)Cj a fevy yum-a. So long as a pa nnra,)U ;lmt. honorab nor nursucs a iust, honorable and ju dicious course, meeting the wants of its customers in all respects, ,tbo ties of friendsliio between tlio subscribers and tho paper aro as hard to break by an outsido third party as the link which binds old frieuds in business or social life. Occasionial dofeetB and errors iu a nowspaper aro over looked by those who have bocoma at tached to it through its perusal for years. They sometimes become dis satisfied with it on account of some thing which has slipped in its col umns, and may stop taking it j but thtt absence of tho familiar sheet at tueir homes and oflices for a few weeks becomes on insupportable pri merit his coutinuod support. Hence a conscientiously conducted paper becomes a favorite in tha family." Miss Jessie Wagner Is the daughter of Mr. D. R. Wagner, of tho firm of Messrs. D. K. Wagner & Co., merchants in Water Valley, Miss, lie writes from his home uu dor date of October 10, 18S5 and says: "Our little sirl, Jessie, was taken with scrofula ubotlt SIS years ago. Wo yie Wll8 tben only Six years old. . . tried all the best physicians IE our town, as well as those ut Hot Springs and Eureka Springs, Arkansas; in Philadelphia and N-.-w York City, be sides the virtues of numerous other springs which wa visited, and did for her all that affection and money could do for about four yours, and with all this wo bard managed to keep her lnjjVOi She was tue most nmicteU child I ever saw. She had abscesses on ali of her iointa and ou her neck, nn,i mnall pioees 01 bone worked trom tlieiu for mora thuu two years, and her elbow and hip joints stiffened. After trying, as wo thought, almost evervthin't, aud apparently without any -permanent effuct, in our despair concluded to . try Sw ife's Specific. Strange to say before 6ho had finish ed the first bottle we saw ft change for the better. Her appetite began to improve, and hor eyes to brighten. Soon sho ceased to complain of the distressing pains which had made her life misera'olo for the previous years, , jn ten ruontbs nf ter slie began to taKe tj ii fi. nlla,.,,KKpK healed taller and improved in weight twenty por cent. Now, with the exception flf ft gt)ff elhow nncl mp( 8ll0 ,B ns WW1 'as anyone No one who knew her I condition four years ago thought she would ever cet over it. We attribute ,v . ' , . , ,, ,;n, I ftfhnm liiirn aril a wuvfl Wlr.ll ",""D ,, ' ......j- good results. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis- nJWI f- ' siDrr,n fin . Dm WAr 3. , ' , .. ' c. m ivuuutu, iu. mi rt . ui., sn York. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M. Norris.an old Resident of Home, Oa., says, that ho had been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for three years; at limes could scarcely walk and had tried many remedies without beuefit, until ho bo gau taking Eleitrio Bitters 'and auointiug his hands and feet with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treatment afforded him great relief and he strongly recommends Electric Hitters to all who suffer with Kidney Com plaints, or need a Blood Purifier. Hold by R. Fbommk. We havo used Tongalino in several cases 1'euralg-a and rheumatiKm. and reliof has followed its ue in every instance. l'rs. N. A. A. McCoy, Pinson, T enn. Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins Chief of Tolice. Knoxville, Toi.n.. writes: "My family and I are ben- fu-iarie of vour m.irrt excellent meilicine. i)r Kind's New Discovery for consumption: haiug found it to be all that you claim for it desire M testify to its virtue. My friends , wlom I have recommended it, ponise it n. eVerv PtiiM'rtv.nitv." Dr Ki; g s New Him-overy for Consamp- rMT-nrrfss wmlffcrf ttmU rw uab. nick mm u hmml T:j.w'7' u s a - "T"" J w v wa, M. I. imjintM " T 'e1" stsr Ml Is I TT.T? T' Z - aaavsalammi TXKt OTE DOCXAK TTM BOTTIX mm 111 WAmeTVI ATUTL1. T, aasvarlk. us aswl- X. aVwas-sv tat. Aristocracy. No wonder that this word is de tested by a majority of aenBible peo ple. It carries with it, ns generally understood, ft claim that is so pre posterous as to entitlo it to universal ridicule and detestation. There is no such thing in this country as a priT ilegod order, unless it be a mutual thing, as when one cowardly scamp lies down in the mud and makes a bridge of himself for another scamp of the more pretentious sort to walk over. Apropos, here is a paragraph from the Wilmington Star: Secretary Bayard has a wayward sort of a son named James. lie has greatly shocked his aristocratic fam ily's pride by proposing to marry Miss Deakins, daughter of a plain, honest West Virginian farmer. If she is sweet and good she is too good for him, or any other wild boy. It is said the Secretary has cast him off. Ha will i?o West and it may be he will one day come to Congress. "Too good for nim, is not strong tn nut it.. The father of Miss Deakins should advise his daughter against marrying any Washington City youngster of blood that claims to bo better than that of an honest West Virginia farmer, especially if the youngster has already shown his infurinritv. as vouncr Bavard nrob- obly has. Let honest farmers pre serve tue purity of ttieir biock. Greensboro, N. C. Workman. Row I nitv those who have no love of roading, of study, or of the fine arts! I have passed my youth amidst amusements aud in the most brilliant snr-iotv: hut I can assert with perfect truth that I have never tasted pleas ures so true as those i nave lounu in the study of books, m writing, or in music, lue days tuai Bucceea Ivrillinnt entertainments are ulwavs mnlannliolv. but those which follow days of study are delicious; we have gained something; wo navo acquireu some new knowledge, and we recall the past day, not only without disgust and without regret, out witn con summate satisfaction. Madame do Genlis. Kant persons think their kidneys permanently ffeclod, wheresa the fsot ii on account ol the liver being lutctlve, they re only Sinipalhetlcslly so, to prove which use Homo Sanative Lordial. A Stitch in Time Saves Nine la an axiom recognized bj all, and la aa applicable tu the timely one of judioloua niidiclues as to re nalrlnir the damage of a to-n na-ment. What ia nn. of iha first ivmD'.om of a cold I lnflamatinn ol tho mucnuft membrene. When neglected a train of 111 follow, such at a distresKing cough, snort ana quick respiration, nlfbt .wests, fever, cold and clammy perspiration, destination of the lungs, and death All these sad consequences might havo boon prevented by applying a tew domestic remedies at first and assisting Naturo's convalescent by using that really pure and vrgeliibie louio, the celebrated Humo Sanative vorutai. A CAltD. To all who are suCToring from the errors and In discretion nf youth, nerrnus weakness, early decay loss of manhood, Ao 1 will send a recipe that will ;cnro ycu FllKK OFCHAKiiK. This great remedy was Uncovered by a mlsslnnury In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Rav. Josppb T Isms. 6'io 0. TS" vwfc Cltv. Jly Sly Statne of Liberty Enilghtennff the World Mors Meney Needed. The Commltteo tn charge of the construotlon of the pedestal and the erection ol the Statue in order TO RA1.3K FUNDS FOR ITS COMPI.BTIOS, have prepared from a model furnished by the-artist a perfect larslinile miniature atamette, wnicn tn j are delivering to subscribers through! the United StaiNs at the following oricea : No. I 8tatn-tte, six Inches In height, the gtatno bronzed, pedestal nickel-silvered, at uak ijul- LAll tAi;u, delivered. No. 1 Stntuetie in same metal, twelve Inches 1i!gb heautinilly bronzed nnd nickeled, at F1VK UUL I. A US K.AC II. delivered. No 3 Statuette, twelve laches higo, finely chased statue brnnied, pedestal HMAVtLY aii,vr:K i-i.ai K.I), with plush Stand, at TEN DOLLARS BACH delivered. Much lime and money lave been spent In perfect ing the Statuettes, aud thoy are much improved over the firat sent ont. The Committee have re ceived mtny loiters of commendatiou from subscri bars. The Now York World fund of $100,000 completes tho Pedestal, but It Is chllmatcd thai C40.IMHI Is yet needed to pay for the Iron fastenings and the ereo tlon of the Statue. Liberal subscriptions for the Miniature Statuettes win proouce the desired amount. Addrusa, with remlttonoe, RICH RD BUTLER, Secretary American Committee of the 8tatue of Liberty 33 Meroer St., New York hORS For sale in car load lots or single ani mal, suitable, for range or stud pur poses. Send for CATALOGUE T. DiLLOH BROS., NORMAL, XcLean Cfe, ILLS. BRANCH OFFICE : AUaXT, SUackclfonl Co, TaXU. Joksn's Cyclopedia. Revised at a cost or over 60.000. Hm 40 Editors and S.I lKp. It lathe BET, RKILJ IAII.T isd FAST. Men wanted In every aoainty. Address A. J. JOHNSON A CO.. 11 Great Joawa St., New York. THREE HUNDRED ACRES. 300 acres in Hath Co., lxsting a Ut. Will ael for "jt'iO.I, terms easy. Basil Dailet. tuc rnnsrHT rmro- I Ut tUtlntfl I UJ mmi f.n..v i 1-ti. tf"-s. ti"1 I iVt" brihiaa r.n'nb- I M.rfc lli.il .e,l H H:tMW).wu j VSrr's I '. v-a-s f -ttn 4- N.t. I Tbe Oirrrnt r.t l Trttv on ytfir onlj !4.93. THIS PAPER EE.1? wlT AdVar'ai-- Hist ssiii ftraraca sa 2 o JLk ptSCTDEB Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A model of parity, strength and wholeaomaness. Mors economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in com petition with the multitude ol low teat, short weight alum or pboaphate powders. Sold only In cans. Hurst, Bskimo Povcuaa Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. FOR COUGHS AND CROUP Ut The swesl ua, as sttherad from alne of tks same nana, arowtsa slona tbe small strssus la tbe Southsra Hutss, Soatalns a sttmulsllns sipMtoranl pploolpls that looseos tbs phlssra orodnolsg lbs early morning sous h. Hi stlma. latss tbs child to throw on lbs falss membrsus In oroop an wbooplns-ooosb. Wlim oomblnsd with tbs hosllni Bnsl. lsirlnom principle Ip tbs mollotn plant of ths old nelds, pre. ssau In Tavbos's Cmiroxbs Bansor of Swasr Oom m Utjllkin ths flnsst koova remedy for Coughs, Croup, Whooplng-Coiigb and Consumption ! and ss pslsuhleany ohlld Is olrsd tn Uks It. Ask vonr drugsiat for It. Pries, 5o. nA $1. WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlanta, Om. Uss DR. BIOasHtS' HDCKLRBKRRY CORDIAL t Dlarrhaia. Dyssntsry and Children Tenting, roe sale ay aUdraggtsta, us i-a A New Stock of Just received direct from Man ufacturers at Prices and on terms to suit everybody. WILL TRADE AN OltOAN FOR C0VTB OR HORSES. Call and pee tbe goods and get prices. All kinds of Organs TUNED A?,D; REPAIRED, Satisfaction Guaranteed. S. P. CHASTAIN. Coflield Place, San Marcos, Texas, apr lGtf. Easytoune. A r-T.V.a euro. Moi m. ivr. Tlireo montna' treainient ffi on pucka. w..(l f'-r Cold In the Henri, U m!iu-ln', inzun f .i, IT.iy y:v -r, Jbc. Filly ccnis. by h!I DinfiRi-ii. vi '' u:A. ii. T. liAZKLTiNi:, Warren, P. Trie BTJTERS GUIDK la Issued Sept. and March, i each year. JKf X30 prtges, Sbi x 11 '-4 tni;lie,vvttu over ' 3,500 lllustratious a wholo Plctr.ro Galli'rj. CIVCS IVhuleKalo Prii.es direct to eon.iunrv.t oa all (roods for personal or family use. Tells If. w to order, aud frivcu exact etist of over' tiling you Mie, eat, drink, far, or fca-vc f.i vltH. 'J'lteso IXVAI,t'AUI.K BOOKS contain Information ;lael from tlio marlicts of trie v.oilil. IVo will mall u copy l-'UKii to any ad dress upon receipt of 10 eta. to defray expense of mailing. Let ns liear from yon. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 827 ds 229 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, III. WAHT ACENT8 TO SELL TBS MISSOURI STEAM Washer and to inlelllient men and women ef good character will afford a Ubsral ebanee to Met It before paTlng, sod return at m.T elpeof. If not eatWecwrj. It worn os a sow principle, and Is, 0 ouav. oonooool. M.eonlrwaiberwonhr trnams. .-w Tbt Sd r-roitur Co., Omto, S... wriai, " w. dU to Jane esAlsffW am teen. W. caor ot u; la II, prsiss, Sesd sla St SSM. Ws "V l7 JsTrT! n&U. ttt., wrrk. -H wuM rr-M., re fli'pS'. mMrac- Hrfc B.1U. Urol, Crtl Qn Him wnMe, Pvkr, a 1... .iot1II.. 0.. tli.. SklplSsjee.stesM. Hie. lew WHIwsiaf.wdJi,"slM,,ili.wjbudred.ar.wune.. Thlele no "rKny-wiBaleJlsKrscl," sad no "peooy-wlsgls" ae-u are w.n''. hot men and women who smouat to sows tboc, aad waut bueloees. are In, lied to ssad for tllssttatad cir cular. J. W OKTH. Bt. Louia. Mo . or Chicago. IU RUPTURE CURED BT THE Williamson Truss ' Sand direst to the Manufacturer fori Circular and Fries Ltat "VI . laiO Walnut St St. XrfinU. Slav. . GQ.PTI0?.. I hv ft r ill rm rf mrdy for tha mbor ditwav ; by Its M thotiuoiofniMOl th ri htad d of !-? ttn41n ! ln cmrd. ndM1. ot rnnri mr fJi la lUfilteart-.tk-i I will ifn. TWO RiTTLK8 ttt&B, lc4brwitSft TALCAOI.KTi.lATlKtilhifditusu to mm kuCrT . CiTitp'-Mtifit I O rjr m. hSL T. A. SLOCtM. Ut rtvrtt., ! Yartt. IllUra In watar V L. FrtTi Am. J irntl of M4. "lr. Ab. Mrnen wM " aim cvTTi hm t hta ttea -!-nD jOimr : bs8 bMrd of r-f ot r W$ ltrntxyrt.!id IrWaMMllM. C P.O. d ttpWa-V 1r--a A a. MivftiuHOLC N. M Jkm rkK Tart III i 'rniKV M AfttTej rvirewl I 2 I I tyl ' konieallhHalpsta. tissual I II ill r rllrnl,r. s'Bt Frvei. f W ' ' - V iuLl-Ll.ll.U.iuaaLa,t-a. e si.s .. sU) ij rr u Mn rmtrtn Si. ara. si.. . .--. . i'-3 . . A U A rf T hi u;:.;ii.j ) ikv. i t.' 10 JICC X Ta rlT? a.axr aTCtr Wtv tTjUr?""" mH Dnrt ,-r t4 - t4 t-S Mimmh nn f otL.-w iit: a tc THE DIRECT LINE WESTERN TEXAS AND MEXICO, TO ALL rOINTS IU Ml SDBTB E1ST, WEST & 1TD1T is via rm International Se frwt Northern a falsa XOII IS Can Take Their Choice or Routes, . Bllher vli Tailor ir.d tbo naw WACO LINE, Ot via ths St. Lome, laoi IIodxtiiii BooTnian Hsilwat. Close oonncctloot at Little Hook for all Principal Cities In the Southeast. Ia ths Union Depot at ft. Loiils with Eiprass tralut In all directions. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars bsta-een 8AW AHTONIO, A0STI5, HOUSTOJT and 0 ALVKHrON, and eleffant Uotel Cera between IAN ANTONIO and 8T. L0UI8, Without Change. W for Tickets, Rales, 0 , rP'j to " ' Ibl Ticket A Rente, or to B. P. nnOtlRg, Paasenser A Rent, rTnnaton. B. IV. McCVLLOUGU, Oen. Pass. A Ticket Ant., Oalvoston, Texas. R. at . H0X1B, 3d Vice Pres. St. Louis Ho. mohialj consumption; I have a positive remedy fur tho above oisesse ; be Its Dee thoaeamlaof essosol the worst kind sudor (one; atsadlnehaeo boon cured. Indeed, t-ostrniis: Is mr faith InltsolScucy.thstlwI'l .end TW O IIOTTl.Krt P1IKH, tocethsr with a VA I.DA III.KTHEATISK on this dlseaas loaul surorer. Glvoexprossutid f O. iiddr as. Ills. T. A. BLOCL11, 1st l'.ariat., Now York. Dr A rilFPP llsCinR andCURR, by ono tnrlLOObo was desf twenty-sight years Treated by moat of the noted specie . lsts ol the day with no bmieflt. Curst! Mm itlin three monihs, snd since then huudrods of . there bv same proeuss. A plain, simple and stio sesifnl home treatment. Address T. 8. PAQU, 128 Raat it Street, Hew York. I DURE FITS! When 1 say euro I do not mean merely to stop them for a tlmo und then novo them return airatn, I moan a nut leal cure. I have made tho riiaenue ut irau LKP8Y or FA1JJNO S1UKNKS8 a Ufe-long study. I warrant my remiily toourothuworetcaiieil. llcaauso ot hers have failed la no reason for not now raeeivuiK a oum. Bond at onOTfor atrontbo anda t rooBpttlc; of ruy lnf.-UUlile remwly. Otro Kipros; and 1'ost O.nco. It coats vou nothing for a trial, and I will cure yon. Addixsa Uu. U. O. KOOT, la i'oajl St., HuwVorlc Newspaper Advertising. DATJCHY & CO., J7 PABK PLACE, AND J1--26 JICURAT ST., K. Y. Make lowest rates nn all netvapnpen In. the 0. S. and Canada. (Established In 1807. To thoso whose purpose may be accomplished by a short ailvertlsement or a transient advertisement, and to whi m prompt Insertion Is Important, ws re commend our Popular Local Lists.- l.lSn Daily aud Weekly newspapers divided Into sections. All home-print papcrs-no co-operstlvei Includ ed. These papers bavs o hokthlv circulation of over ELEVEN MILLION COPIES! Send for new CatnloRne Just out. Partlos con templntinirollne of advertising, lariro or small, are requested to send for estimate of cost. Pleasa name thispapor, , jnwwip e iiiiwi 1 1 ii i.imiiiii liU tT'ANTKD Iidlos anil RentlKmen In the country VV totak lifrht work at t!Hr own humes. $3to 4 a day can he easily made ; work sent hy mall , uo canvassing. We have Komi demand for our work and furnish stindy employment. Addros with stnrap. CUOWS M ANUPAOrUHINrj COMPASt, 3U4 Vine St. ClncliMiati. Ohio. ADTFHTISKRS by addrcssluft (JKO. P. kUELL A CO., 10 Spruce Street, New York can lnrn the exuct oost of any propused liti- of adtsrll.ln ill American newspapers. J"l(W-priKo Patiipblet, 10c. PATENTS. CAVEATS, THADR Jl.tlllW aNH COPYIlIfinTS Obtained and all other biiflna-e In the U. S. Palest OlUce attended to ut MOUKIiATB KKK8. Our office Is oppoalte the U. S. Patent Office and we can obtain Patents in less time thau thoso re mote from WASHINGTON. Send MonEL OH DRAWING, We advise as to patentability fiee of cliarije i and we make NO OHAKOK UNLK88 WK OHTAIX A PATENT. We ri'fer here to the Po-tmnstrr, the Supt. of Honey Order Dlv,, and to officials ol tbe U.S. Int ent offlea. Fur circular, advice, terms and refer ences to actual clients In your own Stute or county, write to V. A. W.TK'eW at ViK, Opposite Patout Office, VTashlugcon, D. C. m Send ten cents postage ard we will 'a m.ll vmi rVss a roial. valuable 1 sample box of goods that will put vou in the way of making mora money at onoe, than anything else in America, bout sexes ofsll ages can live at home and work In spara time or all the time. Capital not required. We will start you, Imtnonse pay euro for those who tart at ouce, Svinsos k Co., Portland Mnliio, TMWHITESewingMacliine is acknowledged to be tbe llghest running end best on the market, It will be delivered to purchasers InBaje, Gaudalupe Caldwell, Planco and Llano Counties. Address, BASH. DAII.ICV, Gen'l Agent, novl9y Six Mauoos, Tex, PATENTS- IWVKNIOR pend modfl or elcli of ytur Inven tott. when I will mikf careful pr)iniinrT cxaml- cation, and report aa to patftitabtlUy, with advice. circular! tttc, frrb t charhk All baainena belora U- M. Patent i ftlce atteiidrd to for anniciiAT tt.k. Inffiriiiatlnn and reference! aent on application. 00 churn;,- utile Patent 1h secured. j. it. Li 1 1 tsiiii, rtsiiincriori, i. u. Directly opposite U. S. Patent Office. AKTED LADIK8 to work 'cr ns it their own homes. 87 to tlO per week can be xuletly made No photo, palntlne;: no esnvassing. Por full parllculsrs, please aidresa, at once, Crescent Art Co., Hoston, ilsss.. Box S170. Collepre of rhysklans and Surgeons. Itnllltnnre, Itfl. This school cftVre to Medical Students unsurpass ed clinical and other advsntss. Send tor cata logue to DR. TUOMiSOPIE.CEAS. 17 N. Uoward Street OPIUM and WHIKT IT ABITS ewrw r..- at nemewitneutiisin. sous, 1 1 of iiartirtilnra ant r'UKK. ' M M. VOaUET, H. U.. AUaata,Oa, 1 A Qllri. PtRMAffFrT Ot STAIN CU3f0if Xscat orl tallinx jjart ot.d. Iscrvonscen VV' fairness, a. Ark of StJ-envii, Vitror op Devoloioritrt, Cawas or Irvdi crr r.. t tc- "O l.'nf tlla a dar; -.rer ae;i7 . ;-r.t , BjriK N"., M-i-.4ica iwryuist rr. I-opfc'i'S pi . i. : i r . jm aad l--r-r r' --ric in i -ii K.Uti- .-,ire. u.i2 .mi.'i i. to.P.u ij.iU t .jt:!-T A. Life Erpciimoa. Bemsu-luvt! and Quick cum, Trtai Pacauafjea. Semd Rssmp for ae&Ied pavrUculaj-a. Addroaa Or. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Ms. gT rafl we. s -M . f. sail w-" -v rw" T- r. i a.;. i.Lh ,. . --r i - .. - a. riw ra.r Z7f JSavvii- ia v.