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If w know tlio wo aiij bMrtatli, WniliuK for u ilown tit roani. If our couM OwU the wormwood, If our backi poulil feol Hit I"""!. Would wa wmM to-dy in wiUmK For a lima that ua'ur could M Would wa wnit Id ucb Impnllenfa For our bi lo eouia froiu .? If wa knew tin My fluRont rrewwd Kiiu.t Ilia window pnun, Would bt atiff aud oold to-morrow, Novur trouble ua aiu Would tbd bitUt oye of our darling Catch tbe frown uoou our brow, Would tba print of roT flugtiw Vm ua tbou m tbey do uowf Btranije we neer priw ilia mu.lo, Till the awoet-voiced bird biu flown, HtraiiRo tUut we hIiouUI illylit the violeta, Till the loyoly flower; are Ronoi Stranue that aumiy kii iud auunliliio Novnr atit-ia ouu bulf o fair, An when wlntor'a suowy pinion Klmke thoir whlto down lu tbe air. Let ua (father up tbe aunbeauie, Lyinu nil along our path. Lot ua kop tbe wbrot and roaea, Ci"tin out the tboroa and obalf, Let ua flud our awootoHt comfort, Iu tba bloeainga of to dny, With a patinnt baud remorlng All the briora from our wuy, TRICKS OF MEMORY, How la it, growing old, that whut we've benu In earlieat dy aboutd ollug to memory yet, Whan all the interval of life between, Compared to that, aoema eaiiy to forget ? How life, in whloh we've fought Mid fugged and atriven, Looked buck upon, ahould bo but empty uoino, Wbilo far botwoon it, liko tbo bill of hnavcn, Htond out tbo dnya whon we were girla aud boy ? Every Otbor Saturday. WASIIIMlTOXIiETTEl.. From Our Regular Corrcapoodcnt. Wabhtnotox, Mar. 15, 1880, Eo. Fkee rKEsa: Tho week which begun with a bombardment of al rainiHtratlou in tho scnuto end of tbo capital, endort thoro with funeral .ser vices over tbo doconncd California Bonator, Mr. Miller. Tlio obRcquinB were attended by tbo president and cabinet, tho supremo court, and both houses of congrosH. Tho senators, in a body, escorted tho remains to tho railroad depot, en route to Cali fornia, while tho marina band hoaded tho procession, playing, with mufllod drums, tho funeral inarch. Senator Miller's- death temporarily yives tho democrats another seat in tho senate. Tho prevailing opinion among California Democrats ia that governor Stonoman will appoint to tho vacancy either Mr. Dolman, a prominent lawyer of that state, or Mr. Geo. Hearst, editor of tho San Francisco Examiner. Tho senatorial debato has boon go ing on steadily, with crowded ttaller ies. Aftor tho Vermont souator's col obratod speech, senator Pugh, of Ala bama, led tho democratic assault on tho Edmuuds position. Mr. Pugh is u lawyor of fino abilities, and ho made a strong legal reply to tho Vormont er'a assumption. Somo of his points were vory effective, one of the firht showing a flaw in tho Ihlnmnds argu rluimed that ment. Mr. Edmunds .... r)nnliin. i.lin olliciill who was SUKlJeiHJ- edbvtho attornov-Kcnoral, was still a suspended official, nnd that, thoro- fore, informat on concerning his bus- ' ponsion was a proper matter for tho senate's consideration. Mr. Pugh showed that tho terra of offico to which Duskin had been appointed bad oxpirod last January, before the sonato judiciary committee had sought to obtain its information through Mr. Edmunds. Senator yilson next assailed the president in a speech that was vory unsatisfactory to the republicans, and was laughed at by tho democratic senators for its weakness ana ansura assertions. Tuo Iowa senator troubled himself but littlo with arguments, but devoted his time to a purely par tisan denunciation of the administra tion. Tho burden of his complaint was that Mr. Cleveland had failed in bis professed iutcntion to carry out the principles of civil servico reform. Then Mr. Kenua, tho youngest man iu the senate, spoke from a dem ocratic point of view. Iu tho West Virginian, senator Edmunds met nn adversary entirely worthy of bini, in the uu worthy cause to which he is now devoting his energies. It was Mr. Kuuua's second speech iu the senate, although he has bt-eu a mem ber of that body for mrr than two years. lie has been serving his no vitiate, as it were. There is an un written law that requires new sena tors to Ih little more than voting tjioihIrts ; but after listening to Mr. Henna's first great effort, tho popular .,t,itii..nt umiitMT It I u fru.n.la vr.ltt tlmt he had ben lujt in the lkundj; too long. I tfnnd"d. I'ri.-a cents perl.oi. For mtle m.. . e r - i I 1 ne t-neri ui .ir. rvennaH uptH-vii waa Ut hhovf that tbe republican fk-n au ra L claim to le H.in.l'.n on: nurh bih inoraj ground in this con trxTcry l'-erx-s.n acttitl by p.irti Mti fehns alon. H made many te".! n liiU at m tiators IMmun.l-. Slrpnnam and Ivjan, qritirj; th-m airn-t thfr prewct pofiition, a run, f"f in4.incep fc1 rl the fc i-;i of a VettT vrritUa by Sb rrn.n. ! tbm -rtry of tbe treasury, i:. i per of a confidential clmracter fllod in tho department Mr. Sherman said, in tho aiuo letter, that no law required the president to give roa tioua. He read an extract from Mr. Blainu's Ifook that was received with bur! of laughter. It was where tho Muino historian stated that tho tnnro-of offlco law waa cnactod lost president Johnson should romove republican of&V holdera too rapidly, and it was afterwords practically repoalod, lest president Grant should not romove domocratio ofllco-holdors ra)idly enough. Mr. Kenua was mcrcilcBs In lis criticisms of tho load ir of tho presont controversy, and whilo tho audienco was listening attentively to tno spoas or, it was also watching Mr. Ed munds' face. During this scoring, tho lutter resorted to bis old habit of pretending to bo absorbed in a book which was open before him. It was noticed, however, that bo did not turn a leaf during tho long reading of an other choice extract from Mr. Iilaino's book, which showod that Mr. Ed munds had contradictod himself upon tho right of tho president to remove without giving uny reason for if. When theyouDg senator closed with tho prediction" that Orover Cleveland would hand down to bis successor tho prerogatives of his office undimin ished, ho was surrounded by a throng of senators and congressmen who had como over from tho house to hoar him. They showered congratu lations upon him, and shook both of his hands until his arms ached. To- r n 1 Ml I !. I 1 (lay air. riumunas win do re-imorcou by senator Cullom, of Illinois. al s i ACuro of Father aud Child Two years ago I contracted blood poison, and after nino months of troatment by physicians with no ben efit, I havo boon cured by Swift's Specific When I began taking S. S. S. I had run down in flesh from 181 t.n 132 iwmiuls. There were three largo sloughing ulcers as largo as tho palm of ray hand on my log, ana one on my head. Now they are all onred up, nnd I have regained fifteeu pounds of my lost flesh. I am fool ing thoroughly well and gaining ev ery day. Swift'B Specific has also cured a child or mine ot "ttmgs evil or scrofula aftor two doctors said it must dio. It had largo swollings on its nock, and a chronic diseuargo from one ear. It was tho euro of tho child whioh led rue to tako it myself, and for the good of others I am only too glad to have tiiem rerorreu to me that I may tell what this wtmderfnl medicine has done for mo and mino. C. Van Hokhen, M. E. 154 West Street N. Y., Dec. 2C, 1885. For sale by all druggists. Troatiso on Blood and Skin DisoaBOs mailed freo. The Swikt Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Now York, 157 W. 23d stt-oot. There is to bo a Thackery festival in Boston next month. Saved Ills Life. Mr TV T Wili'ovpon. of HorHaCiive. Kv.. ""y u0 w,u, or mnnv yBr!)i badly affliotod with pUthiHii! and Dmuotca; tlio pmns were iil.nnKt miniiiliirrihle nnd would somolimoH KK thro.w i,,to ,c0ul:us; , urHt bottle aud after! tkiug ttix bottlos, wan 'r'"v curou , u ,K . i . ightnen pounds. Says be positively be- il)V0S i,6 woi j hrtV0 diod, lmd it not boon for tbo relief afforded by Electric Bitters. Sir John Macdonald, premier of Canada, is dangerously ill at Ottawa. Sjuth'h 1'ii.k Bka.ni restore tlie appetite, prevent lilllousiie.M msd il..pi'sl!i, streUKtli pii tlie nystem anil purify the I (id, nnd will positively pravent chills mid rvir. One bean ts a dose. There are twemy doses In a bot tle. Suit! by di'URKista lit 25 cents per bottle. Louise Michel, the French anarch 1Rt, mtonds to iuako a tour of Amer ica If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, eon -sllimtlon.etc , neglect inav bclalal. One dose ot Btronx'a Bnnatlva Pilla will Rlvo relii I. A tew doses rciiore to new health aud vigor. Prince Louis Napoleon is shooting elephants aud tigers in tho jungles of Africa. BILE BEANS. Wo An not recommend Wlo lteam " to cure all tho Ilia hiimau nature is heir to, but we kuow they are superior iu every respect, as a eulliarllu and cunector I Hie liver, lo I'ilis and llipild IWer n-Kulatori ne - bean l a done. They do ii"t K''1"" sicken the stomach or weaken tba system. Try Hi ni cure uii.t yiiuwill never be without them. v'lil l y lniK KlUauil nieilii-ine ile.iicr.s at i" cents u buitie. Ella Wheeler Wilcox says a neat thing for her new novel that 6ho must Biipposo Gol to bo a woman, he is exp. eted to forgive so much. Itne klcuN Arnica Salve. The bet salve in tbe the world for cuts, bruises. Soren nlii-rs. Salt Rheum, frwr ..im. f..tf..e .l,Mf-iite..l hi.nilM. l-lllllll:itllS. ilmriH'.l hunils, clnll'l. I r An. I all ulin ..nititi.ilia. eilld tHifcltlvelv .. " A f-l W A-" . It. . .1 ; -- .rti t) -.i-v a if . . '.i. - t . r a c aTl tr. I.V..AU , c 4 . : f N. rs A.V r X . a .-I i. - : '.' ' -:- " -' " ; Proposed Chinch reform in Eng land has readied a phase which is as laughable as it is serious. At tho Conference in theCharter-houso Lon don, tho drift of opinion was in fa vor of the suggestion that tho rate payers iu every parish havo power to determine what religion should bo taught, to appoint tho tniuister or minsters, and to decide on ull mat ters in regard to religiouH services, the necessity of using liturgy, etc It seems to us that Broad Churcbism is fullv devoleiHid in this proposal, and it would bo well to call it Local Itoligious Option. N. Y. Observer- Tho agricultural doparment is soon to publish an cxposuro of Bevoral schemes to defraud farmers. Tho rri.nr.riil nlnn is to sell wonderful seed oats etc., at a high prieo with a guar antee to purchase the crop at tuo same prices. Notes are taken which can be oollectod from tho farmer, but the alleged companies soiling have collapsed before harvest Such frauds would bo ludicrous if not paiuful. Tho man or company that really wantod to buy more oats at harvest timo wonld be as willing t i tako a contract for oats as a contract for tnonoy, G ilvoston Nows. S ' I After a thorough trial of Tongaline.I add my toxtimony to itn great offloncy as a reme dy in rbeuuiatiHiu and uourulgia, and can heartily recommend it iu tbe above diHeosea. A. II. Monk, M. !., Lake Charles, La. Mistaken for Consumption. Wo have known persona to doctor for years for consumption, all to 119 effoct Though they hinl u cough, felt pnina In tho lungH, wore doprowwd, weak, with ninny other Bymptoma tonding to that diHenao, yet there was uo HtriK t11r.il unHouudnoxs of the lunga. These symptoms were nil the pain ful offerings of a torpid and diseased livor. Wo could fl.l a volumo with testimonials of thousands so affectod, who were permanent, ly curod by taking Simmons Livor Regula tor. Farmers and Mechanics. nnd Doctor billH. ltehove your Mothers, Wives and Sisters by ft timely purchase of Dr. Hosanko's Cough and Lung . ... 1-. . 1. .. Hynip, nest Known rcnieuy iir nnd Itrntw'liiiil iifTections. lie. liovos Children of Croup iu ono uight. and may anvo you hundreds of dollars, l'rico fiO cents nnd $1.00. Humpies froo. Sold by It. FnOMME. Detectives Lncy and Hill, of Aus tin, nro shadowing San Antonio. 3'lruculeus Escape. W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchester, Ind., wrttes: "Ouo of ny customers, Mrs. Louisa I'ike, Bartouin, Randolph Co., Ind., was n long sufferer with consumption, nnd ....... nlnnn 11 rt rllA Kv 1'inP ll VO I Hi HT1 (J. SllA win 1 r heard of Dr. King's New Diseovory for Con Riimptiou, nnd begun buying it of mo. In B;v .....tl.u1 finiA ulm ivnll.'ntl fn Miift nitv. n distance of six mileH, nnd is now no much improve.! she lias quit using it. nuo loeia uho owes her life to it." Freo trial bottles at Gregory & Lawhon's Drug Btoro. Mr. Blnino is an extensive buyer of books. Proper Treatment for Coughs. Thftt tho reader may fully understand it.ltnt nnatitntAd ft rrnnfl ntlllll flttd IjllllQ Syrup, wo will say that Tar and Wild Cher ry is tho basis of tho host remedies yet dis covered. These ingredients with soveral nJlw.rj AdiinIK- I'lltanrimiH. enter lnruelv into Ur. ltosauko's ("ougli and Lung Syrup, thus making it ouo ot Uio mosi rename now on tho nnirltot. Price fin cts and $1 00. Sam ples freo. Sold by It, Frouimo. Itobt. Toombs' estate is said to be worth 250,000. Iron. riuiniE Manor and Scratches of every kind cured iu 30 minutes by Wool poiid's Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This never fails. Sold by Gregory A Lnw- bou, druggists, Suu Marcos. Oct. rJ-ly. The prosideut was id years old on March 18th. CURE FOR PILKS. Piles nro frequently preceded by ft sense of woigbt iu the bark, loiuB nnd lower part of the abdomen, causing tho patient to sup pose he bus somo affection of the kidueys or neighboring orgaus. At times, symptoms of indigestion nro preBent, flatulency, uneasi ness of tlio stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreenble itching, nfter celling warm, isn common at tendant, liliud, Weeding and Itching Piles yield at ouco to the application of ir. Ho sanlsos's Pile Remedy, which nets directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the tu mors, allaying the intenso itching, nnd ef fecting ft permanent cure. Price, fiO cents. Address, The Dr. Hosnuko ludiciue Co., Piqua, O. Sold by R. Fbomme. The bankruptcy bill.was a order for March 31. special Iutermittcut Fever ! is ron-.mon In th eonlitr crclf to need comment. The raiuni wblcb proilnre it ar filch at eld, IrrtguUr living, ever-txni tlon, lw p"'"". ulirht sir. .inomrA to miasntatlc eKhalatinn', etc In lana eitiaa wb.ra tig toolii and auricnltural implfmnt re manufaclurail, the urinder proieca bia Ionic from we injunoii hum uyiua- uii mw ftrind.iune by waarlafr a re.plrator. The cial miner, era be deKemli tbe ebaft, pmvtdea himeeir wiih a a.feiv Umn to ruard ae-atnat flre-damp. Now It ia equally Decea.ary f-r tboea who are brongtit In enntsrt with en of tbe ean.e. les-bn? t intiTmit i.m f.,.r to urovlda them.eleea with that w.ll- known ami hlphlr-. 't"med remedy agant It, the Home Manatlve cordial. Heavv snows prevailed in the Northwest on the 20th nit. ne.e, we would recommend Home -onatlve Cordial, ae It porae.eea !bo.c prnpertiea ao neceaaary to re gain Bealin ana eirengio. Samuel II. Huck was nominated to be postinnter at New Orleans. A C.iRl. To all who are euffrring tram the errere and la' llecretion oT y. oth, nerton weaknee, eerly deca-. he ofwanboo-l.ae t wtlt eend a recipe that wl.l cire y FRKK OFCH AR.'.E. Thie great remedy was di-covcred hy a mi1rt.ry ! aoih America. SW-nd a eelf-addreed envl.-pe o Bv. Jo-erw T. ,leap. .v.tfi. l. v-rk Vfr. py !y F-T tA Smmr-'r-m ar&VAa aiM fAS 4 ' FA" " T - SR. TV t-- Ml. ' au. a -s a t'.aa tu: aui D. s'r-I J--a. i t-'-a' -as rm H-.- ' - - - o .' 4 H-rr'n Le fir tif -A --aat - ' f a. Tm.iti'iKu!.a,isi MK W A 1) VER TISRMRSTS. p fllOVM.MWilf Jk J P0UDEB Absolutely Pure. Thli powder never varlea. A model of purity. Irenglii aud wboleaomcnena. Mora eoonotnlcal than tho ordinary klndi, andean not ba aold In com. petition with the umlllludeot low tei, short weight alum or phiwpbate powdnra. Hnld only In cane. Korat Bakiso roeuaa t,n,, tuo nan oi.,e. t. Our Clubbing List for 1N80. 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Don't wast n,..,uv- ..n ahIiImi noatrnma. Xi ; this wteiue-dy first. Hold by all Drugetsts, c '-ii?. d Ito y "dress. Send 4 centa for purtlculttl; THIS PAPER EEToS Newspaper Artvertlslno; mironu ti Dlm;o uvei luuie - i SHEW YORK. Mrecii.wntireii'i tisin(rcoiitrcU)i uo nuuie mi U(IUTCnirSTEU.IOE!rr, Ambitions, Fnergetta tTHn I CUI to secure and till our orders In bis SCO- A MUM 1 1 lion. RtHPOtulble Uouso. KeforeneeJ ,,4DY,5I5. TA llv M.HlUlA llALEorl BHUEiESs ASD A. Life Eiperlenco. Remarkable and quick cures. Trial Packages. Send stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. Don't Buy Seeds! Tntil I hav called upon nd ahriirTt you the UiH-it osstirtmcnt of Flower, Vegetable u4 Fiold Scod9?vrrolIcrt'dlntlli3V,e"1"y' LANG'S LIVE NORTHERN SEEDS llavenworlJwilen-initiitl.mlorpuritv.eHrh. iu. -irrntttnii.lvitnlitv. 1 h.-y luivt-nll iwn irotLili U-tr.l. nnd I fhow earh customer morn stilt. n,, ntnt their vitality. At the n Ufl iosiiisoi 1 "hnll lun nlllhiit rt-m:itn :iii;,.l.t!iu insurlnir fresh iiply yearly .j w-e-M nr wihl on coiumiMion to l . ; K 4 oa.ai huiaiil ril tl all I arc FreM and Llvo. puasor .U a I -. a .JlJ.n In aA SJfJf r. ontllll-ii S' in.irui nun. ... " - MttliuJ " of Martina; One aveda. J. W. Arn-ETojc. asTIIP niinnrUT" Hir0. Th.rr.t I nr l.linntll I Library and lamny " J, urfeiU of OOT tjn, Umil eerl-i. at.b! ! Or.-r tmlbajn enotnt. t.. M !'.. roi ri.i. K.1T I' s' I ir ur Oesi-T'a-Aeo-1 i rmia f . tt.l J- Tlio CiirrtTt nn.l 1'ki.e Tbi one vt rtr on'v tjl.'.l.V ! Isaac H. Julian, ' NOTARY PUEIJC, GENERAL AGENT. WORKS Its? 9m talo in car load lots or tingle ani mal, suitable lor rangr or itud pur poses. Send lor CATALOGUE T. DILLON BROS., ... .... - r-- III. I Sill BIAS! HrlKMAL. AlUAAMU. AV., .A.A.W. PRA-tCU ornci i ll.i Wiaeli.lfunl Co.. Tim. LADIKS rTANTRtl to work tor us at thalr honifs. 7 to (10 nrr wx.lt can bo easily madai no.anva.lnl lascliiallni and st.ady .niploj- ai.nl. Parlloulara and samila nf lh. work sant for stamp. Aiiortu nuns ' u kv,, r, u. Bttsion, Masa. a BR WANT a A I. K MK5 tvarvwb.ro, local anil Wtravallini.toMllooriooils. Will pay Rood salary and all oxponsts. Wrtlo for Urmt at one. and alala salarr wanttsl. Addrosc TANDAKI) RILVKK W AKK COatPAHY, Washlng- tou, Blroat, Boston, Hast. CONSUMPTION. I bavoapo.iUvor.uiA4irurth.abuvodla.AAibylAa sa thuusaiiilBor oas.suf tli. woi.t hind and of lona .laadtna tiava bn cured. I imIaa.1, iosi run. Is mv rslth lolU.lfloarv.tlist I wl.l MKdTWO HIITTLaM fHHIl, r wltn a VmI.uaiii.b I HSAi msvn tuisuia aa ...a .iiir.irAr. lll.An.nr.BM Anil I II. Rddr' .B. 1IU.T. a. aLutil'U.Isi Kartell., Maw Tork. SFaC A rSjrCC ItiCAOSX and CURB, by ono Ur. n I It LOO who w.l deaf twenty-eistit years. Treated bv moat of tho noted special, lata of the da with no benefit. Ourttl Aim- ttiiu three months, and since tben hundreds of . thora bvsamo process. A plain, litopls and suo cessfnl hnme treatment. Address T. . PAOK, 1IM East 16 Street, new Tork. 1 GOBI FITS! Whin 1 sav -urc 1 do not moan mcn ly to atop them fr.TT.tme'SJd then havo thsm return an, I nierin a I-JJlIrAl cure. I hvo madi. tlio discuso ut ura, ia I. 1. - i -I . K t oTrsi m Hi V (JiTO Kxl.tTSS nl Pert OtTlCO Parhers Tonic ... ..iinM a a w Irnm Air., rilsslnatlon Or IITUUAIA A J ...... n I r - any dliease or weakness, and require a stimulant, take Pake's Tomo at once I It will Invigorate and build Ton op from the first dose, but will never lu- ... j I ...J. Af II... I. M.AA toxlcate. it naa inn uni. ".i : . aavejonrl. Price tl. For sale by all druggists. meniT jk Pi i Miabsw Visrlr JT1 1 0 aV m aW.f " wi awe lATENTS Send a sketch or mod el of Invention, and tS.OO for elimina tion. Annlicatloiia for PATENT prepared and prosecuted. W.fAAlAal rMM. Infringements. 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The Budget, of Wit, llnmornnd FHn.alargc Collection of tbe luony stories, tk t.-i;.;, RiKi-lote). pK mi, and joke that hare birn written fur onn.' t-f sr ; lii'ttM. U l cful Knnwledre fnr the .Mtlll.m. a handy bnrtr of usefrtl inlurntaiiou for al, uu uiaur and Tarlou uhjeebs : lltatrau-d. 15. Called Hack. A Novel, Py Hugh Couway, author f" Dark l'aye," tk OUR UNEQUALLED OFFER: SrlfrTte Hooka St ef.Ath.TleIrtlrSI.OO. JVnd P. O. AmrrflJ PUk ?, PhUQQ tt, tO,, l-otst, ftcgusUred Letter, or Money Order . and address at eoce. ijrvi at eoce. U U U i 3 n u It t f 1 Ei L i U r,l II IU 11 HfmKf il (J I-CTTir5l-r1rritriATl. CVrmp. Aahmu, Brmiltis. Kecrmicl Bhrmmatlrm. TrKwrJina! . Ii OArAAncAA. Irftuiiu, Hscltlrr CoTAhTwTicopin Coah, CslsirV Lholjrs , Morhua. Dj cnu-rr. CrinJ CtATTbOA. Jtldc.T TroabM. axd Srinii Duuhl fiilil fr. Dr. JL a. Johnana Co.. Itoa-.oo, mma Tm r1He w-rrr-g a w-ndrfMl dlxtirer-r. Vo otliTi Tfk ihm In tSf? worldu Vifl rxMlttve y rrw of f.w a i wtkMDafT of di The infcnaat.on ia rt.. Jind ojv 73t tNstts im yo wsys o tnanaicu u-vpii fr, fka.d ftfTmfrt, cr--: try fry-. 1: trt .rr; t. I- 8. JC F v firm win lisva. b sv . i MsmVirf twa-Tt i mmxa tm,w sbiiiii arty sil. tt THE DIRECT LINE -MB WESTERN TEXAS AND IEaSSCOO, TO AU. roiurt II TBI IlSIi EAST. WIST . ITIEISI ti via ma International & Grealph RAILWAY, sarAwawaa t Can Take Their Choice of Routes, Either via Tailor aid the WACO LINE. Ol via the Ht. Lome, laoi Movrrai iouvniu KtiLwiv. Close connections al Mult Mnck for ill Principal Cities In the Southeast. In lb UbIod Depot at It. Loots with Kiprass Iralus In all directions. rullman Palace Sleeping Cars between HAH AHTOrtlO, ArWIH, B0C8T0H and OAt.VKHrOM.and elecant Hotel Cart belweaa IAN ANTONIO and ST. lOUId, Wtlhoat Cbaugt. for Tickets, Haiti, Ae , tppljr to inj ol Iht Ticket Ateoti, or lo B. P. UrjOnHI. Paasenaer Aitent, rtoMloo. . W. iMt'Cl'LI.OL'GH, Dsn. Paaa. A Tlcktl Alt., Uallaa, Teiai. H. at. HOIIE, td Vict Proa. l. Uule Uo. mchl'Jlr AHTKD t.PlHH to work for na at their own II nomea. e ' 10 wv -- ' mailt Mo photo, palntlniri bo tanvasilna;. Por full particulars, pirate tddrea., at ones, Orescent Art Co., Hoston, Mass., Uo 5170. College of Physicans And Surgeons. Iliitllinore, Rid. This school oBert to Medical Students onsnrpass. ed clinical and olhtr tdvanlaget. Send lor a csls- DrI'VhOM All 0PIF, DKAH, 179 S. Howard Street fin 1 1 f and WHISKY HABITS eared II 1 1 1 RjJ at hoinv wit hout imln. Boo 1 1 1 1 1 1 VI T ttitrtli-iilnr a-nt KR10K. Ul IUIII wotnJ-sir. H. CAtlanu.Oe. A GIFT Bend ten ccntt poalsne trd we will nitil yon fr a royal, valuable ample lot of goods that will put von In Iht way of making mora money al onos.lhsn anything alst In America. Both exea of all axes can live athoma and work lo spart in,...!! ih. time. Canllal not reqnlrad. Wt will start yoo, Immenee pay sure for those who start at once, "tissou A Co.. Portland Malnt. racja . V.rBnrtBrvi'lRWOrinf' nnv itiPrjieK1; sw'j . " y. iVHKjKki of these adverltsementa will l'.'A A ATAll IU Al AIM 1TIPV ..A them In this paper. 10 I'nfres 8 l'r.Kea 8 Psrcs 8 Par?ea 8 Pssva 8 Pam-a 8 Prices 8 Pa ires 8 Panes 8 Pnirns 70 Coliiinns 6'1 Columns 6l Columns 6d Columns 66 Columns no Columua f,0 Columns E6 Columns Ml Columns fiR Coliiinns $1 Per Year. I 00 Per Year 1 00 Per Yesr tl 'JS Per Year 11 nil i-er Yens i in ret ypsr 1 00 Ter Yesr ?1 no Per Yrsr H 00 Per Yosr f 1 on Per Yer of tlio Globe-Dcmoorat ! . til 00 .. ft on . 3 00 18. At the WorltPa .Mercy. A Hovel. By Florene Warden, nuihor of "Tbe House ou Ihv Harsh," etc. IT. Mtldrcd Trevunlon. A Novel. Wy"Tho0uch. ess," author of "Molly Bawu," ew. 18. Ihirk luytv A NoveU By Hugh Coovray, author of " Culled Hack," etc. 19. The My at try of the Holly Tree, A Novel. Ily the author uf " Dora Thome." ito. KltHdowtt on the Sbovt. A Sovrl. By B. L. Far jeon, author of " Hrr-rid-and-Cbecse-and-Klsses," etc. 21. The Urny IVomun. A Novel. By Mrs. GarteU, author of " Murv Ilurton," etc. Tt. The Frozen Deep. A Novel. By VTllkle Collins, author of - The Woman in White," etc. X3. Ked Court Farm. A Novel. By Uri. Henry Wood, niittmr of Kmt Lynne," etc. . InCupld'aNet A Novel. By the Author of "Dora Thome." ,, 2j. llnck to the Old Home. A Novel. By Msry Cecil Hav. author of ' Hidden Perils." etc. 25. John HowirbnnL'a Wile. A Korol. ByMIt jVlulook.funhorof" John Halifax, tientleman," ete. 27. I.ody Gwendoline Hrcam. A Novel. Byth author ur " Dorn Tliorne," etc. , m. Jusper Ihme'a Secret. A Novel. By Miss 11. B. Brad loo. author of -Aurora Floyd," eto. -29. I. col Inc. A Novel. By Jjory Cecil Hay, author of ' Brenda Yorke." etc. 50. ;nbMrfl Mnrrlare, ANorel. By Wllkie Colllni, author of 'No Name," etc. 31. uvld Hunt. A Novel. By Mm. Ann 8. Stephens, author of " l'ablonand Famine," eto. 51. Itcnpinir the Whlrlvlnd. A Novel. By Vary Cecil Ilav. author of ' tlld Mid.ileton'a Money," etc. 83. Hudley Cnrlenii. A Novel. By Mw M. K. Brad doc. author of -l.a lv Audh-v s .Secret," etc. St. EtiHloat OR TllS M VST1KY OF TH HaADI;". , Novel. Bt FmsW. Tierce, auihor of "The Birth Mark. etc. 8ft. A 'Volden Huwn. A Novel. By the utbor of " r.T A Novel. By A.ender. "'a T !S ii. I r p l f litp, ' "a &"S WWtl. Collin., author AmnA sSS' Henry Wood, author of 'The"i:urel Hah. A Karri. By Ml-. Mnlock. 40 wio llRffn. A Svel. lir Goorcs' Eliot, aatnor of 2Z L"v ' "" Mill .a tbe Flow," t. . - aW5 V" MAKE mrcmA tr ho la wotth tn tfntM tha oovt of a to " i a aose. aU.ioxraii an?.' rO..? C H . ftt.. Hceta. CtU-3 utr tl W Ik ehsckes t-ra a aJ di AaAjjA-a of nrnr taroMl. Itiatra4 - r i-a a A-4 io- nr-uiat tin 1 1 t t m ... W s IteEEit Cvkts EMOCRAT ni l) M WM'-VI'I IaS. I t nr-. rbh b (Sberroan) ref aaJ to cc-m p vritb tb tnate"a rqnt f pa t- -. i , 1 - Ts-. His. sj rs .fa TVaaa Hav t ..: rr rrr "?T rr.v i: est r-u h Mni I . a . Vl.ti.l 3, i: a. .1-3 .tl . II HUU I. VuZVk.