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-'!! Tliy Mothir. Lam? thy mother teuilurlr " Dowu life's tjrp (lticlll)Ol Once lierarin was thy support, Now she trail on tlnno, 8te npoii her loviiiR fsos Those deep linen of care; Think it wax her toil for time Left that record there. Ne'er forgot her tlroles WAtch K"pt liy Any and night ; Takiiiot from hor step the grace, From her eye the light. Clirifh will her fnitUfttl hear', Whioli through the weAry yunrs Echoed with itn sympathy All thy MiniloA nud ti-rN. Thank Ood for thy mnthor's love ( Guard the priuelo-w boon I'i r tho Utter, purtiuct hour Cometh nil too noon. When thy g'a'cfut tenderness Lokoh power to nave, Earth will ho'd no doaror spot Tbnn thy mother's grave. STATUE OF LIBERTY. THE GODDESS' VISITORS NUMEROUS AS THEY NOT WERE. SO OarttinMI'e Work falling More and Mora Into a Conventional Harbor Land mark Visitors from tha Country A Commanding OutlaokStatualtea. Few big untlurUikhiKB oron whole year's wonder, and It Is only natural that tho Btatuo of Ulierty should be falling mora unci more Into a conventional harbor mini- mnrlc. Such. In act. It la; and thotiRU the boats "till run down from tho Bulge olilce dailv with n fair Bprinkllng of eight seers, ono can feel that Uurtholdl's woik has lout 1U freshness for all but a few stranger and enthusiiiHts. Tho Rail theso hot days la n, plcuwtut one, nud tho air at tho lHlatid 1h cool and sulty. That tho statue is there Is something, but not all that It UKCtl to be. Things on the Island look much as they did tho duy afler the unveiling. Tho amb rough wooden stnlrs lead up from the pier to the outer ramparts, over which the same useless six gun nuitcry irowns. Across tho narrow Interspace are tho old star shaped granite walls of Jort Wood, with their curious winding Biillyports. They will bo hidden some day by tho big embankment which is to slujw from tho sen wull up to tho statue's base. Tliero lire no signs of such a terrace work now, nud the walls stand out us bald and dull as ever against Ihnlightor, polished gronito of the pedestal, hven tli wooden plat form Is still standing under tho south face of the pedestal, from which the unlucky orators faced the mist and rain on tho day of the unveiling and struggled against t ho whistles of the fleet of tugs. Tho same narrow wooden stalrcasn runs up to tho doorway of the pedestal. , There Is no elevator lnsido. The stone stops aro hard to climb, and one can get no further than tho goddess' hcol without a permit from the American committee. Tho American coinmltteo, it turns out, Is still In charge of tho statue, though tho government nominally owns it. A good deal of brae Ing has to bo done yet inside tho big flguro; and the terracing outside, for which tho committee Is responsible, has not oven noen begun. No money Is on hand, and thero Is littlo chance of raising any. One misses tho crowds, of course, that used to strugglo dov n to tho island on the overloaded steamboats last fall, and the bustlA of tho workmen hammering nwny high up on the head and shoulders of the big, uuflulshud goddess. The last lxilt was driven and the last rivet pluced eight months ago, and the shrillest sotind nowadays on tha quiet Island Is tho morn ing buple of tho littlo squad of infantry that garrisons it. The artillerymen from tho harbor forts found life too dull and lonely under tho shallow of tho big beacon, and loss favorod company of Infantry was brought down from Bnckott's Harbor to relieve thorn. Thero Is a guard, as usual, on the pier; another ut tho base of the statue; anot her at the buse of tho big bronze flguro iUelf. FROM TIIK COrKTItY. Most of the visitors to Ilodloe's Island nowadays nro pooplo from the country stopping over for a day or two In New York. What they don't know about the harbor from the gnldo bonks is scarcely worth knowing, and the talk they hazard from the deck of tho steamer as It leaves the barge office is often most refreshing. "I guess thut be Ktnteu Island," suld a hayseedy looking old gentleman the other day to his wide mouthed family of six. "Sir Ilastus Wyninn or some such noble man owns the bull ot it. "An' mebbo that's ono of them towers of Babylun that we hearn Cousin Jimmy a-talkin' about," he continued, Jerking his linger at Cattle William. ,rVaU, I ucver. I don't see no Brooklyn brldgo down here, though it mighter bo pretty near In front of us. That's tho East river what runs west, leully, Jos' as the North river runs south, lilnnu-d ef I kin tangle her out right. I see tho Goddess of Lib erty plain ennuf, and them's tho Narrows what's behind her, where you seo the smoke a-hangln'. Mont be Coney Island there with the hills onto ih. Hut 1 don't teem to Uud that llrooklyn bridge, no how." The old mnn enzed carefully again round tho horizon. His idea of u bridge was a sort of a pontoon with a draw. Ho Ml on the rosl bridge nt hist from the pier t Itadloe's Islam! a fine, gauzy net work, showing npiinst tha block roofs nd spires mid the ky beyond. Ho didn't any a word, hut stared at it blankly for Qve minutes, and then for five minutes more at the goddo's; and the people of Waybnek will l.anlly lie able to tell next winter which cf the two la the greatest of tho modern seven wonders. A COMMAKP1NO OtTTLOOK. No visit to the Island Is complete with ant a look through the parade grouud, from the middle ot which the stntuo ripe, ind n climb to the gidiorie of the iles tal with their commanding outlook on the Harbor and its pretty ectliug of hills, ipires, towers and blni k, dense patches of Sitics. The reih stal Is ocn all the way tip, thorn: h the copper tigur Itself U bnrrcd auinst the unt aurM. It is a long lonrney to ti e t.'p. however, and the pros feet Is rrsircely tempting on a hot day to ihe urienthm:ii-.tlc. The men arc gen rally tuattcrof f.irt nmtich to be satisfied aith the vitw N-lnw. The young women, fpweiuily those from tdo country Mning"' tlie k'hta of New Votk, are more aiubi aon. The country rx""':'!!" lire the bct crt'to jien. too, f lb-.- mil w ho n-i: Matui-rte, axilnli and meirurijd volumes on tha itcamcr. Mivt ot tl:0 statue' tn havt ami 1a th m.irk-t a :! a hilt. Thera Ire Mmo new ones, tn,Wri-r, r proavntMij Liiwrty of ll.e North IVo it a niVT.il rl' ' - with the ri.nlinents ind t-:in nil !i.-n!r '.ni out ii rvd ai.il i'.ur .n I ivlwv. ihe liirthi.Mi r.-islilj ixxt a lira I n;n:-.-,l tl-e f,v, w h Ji'pht 5e tik--i -'ii:.-.'.;y !! for J.ili- Tajir. Al.i! 'nr il.c ,r.it, ie Vichi'ictoa (.r 1 oti' Nnpolnin. It is-,-f Tll r-.f" h. l.oc-r. with, tb" .r? t;;-er n Frrj.-.b k-q';U Vcw York Tr.l unr. T wrti. ru. Whr-a riTn. IV n:;r. .n aVcd r.ii UtlxT h.m to r.t r!.y. .;Vr nred. "It i t-ry .;n;ir; t'a ir-t j-l cUtr, the 1 .--i m. l .-l.,n ibtt-rrst Trrj . h(Te-' ITagM Fald to Hookkaoparai Commissioner David H. Knapp, of the board of education, I t speaking of the wage paid to bookkeepers nowadays, tnya that the average price paid to-day, everything considered, I not much aliov that of forty years ago. "Didn't my old friend Thomaa IjOwIs, the retired roofer jf Hoho street, advertise forty years ago in the Simf" he romarkoil. "In fact, didn't I prepare the 'ad' myself for a bookkeeper, and didn't we got 200 on wcrs r Certainly we did, and tho ovor ago wugos asked by tho applicants wore (10 a week." It is doclared that tho average salary of bookkeepers In New York is 1-0 a week, and, considering the sost of living over the days of forty years ago, this Is only equivalent to the $10 puld by Commissioner Knapp's old friend. -NowYMkSuu. l'atcnts Granted. Futonts crautod to citizens of Texas dur ing the piuit weok and reported expressly tor the r iikr 1'nr.ss by U A. Hnow (,o., patent lawyers, opp. U. 8. Fatont office., Washington, D. C. t E. A. DoMny, liiohniond, car coupling. It. B. Hswkins, Martindale, rotary brush- ins maoh'no. E 1'. JtokiUHon. Hound ltocic, seeder or gra'n planti.T It Has Stood tho Test Of the soverost trials for moro than a quarter of a century, and is a certain cure for all dlHoaxos peculiar to woman, regula ting the monthlies thoroughly. Writo The liradtiuld Kegiihitor Co., Atlanta, Ua. irisB Ootlium "Havo you visiled tiny of tho urt gullericfl sinoo you have bum in towu, Mr. Walmslif Mr. Wnbnsb (of Cliicago) "Two or tliree only 1'or tho pmfc year, Miss UoLUiim, I'vo !oon drinking very lit tle. Now York bun. Rot. Dr. Edward Bccclier thinks that creeds hnvo a very bad elToct ou young men titudyinf? for tho ministry. ilo 8ay: "iuo whole UouhIou liberty of the stuJont conniHts of u choice of chninH, a clioico of band-cuff whothor ho will wear tho Preabyterian handcuffs, Biptint, Mothodiat, Epis copul or other evangelical htindcntlu." Sore Throat is particularly favorablo to (ho contraction of Diphtheria. Lb od the wnrnlng, and uso IJarbys I'rophylactio Fluid. It at oni-e al lays tho iiithunimition of the throat, subdues the paiu and givos pormnent reliflf. It proaqitly and elfuctually destroys all cou tugion und diphthoritio germs. It is a safe guard agniiiKt Diphtheria, and should be used on the first sy mptotus of sore throat as a garglo. A young woman who marriod a one-logged inun Bays it do jsn t take much to mnlco lier huabimd "hopping mud." Norriatown Herald, A (Jcnernl Tie-up of all the menus of publio conveyance in a largo city, even for a few hours, during a strike of the omployos, means a gncral par alyzing of trado and inditxtry for thti tiiuo ing, aim is attomlod with au enormous iiggrugiito Ions to tha community. How intluh more serious to tho individual is the general tin-up of his system, known as con- 1 1 pillion, and due to tna striko or the most inportiint orgaus for more prudunt trout- mout and better care. If too long neglect I, a tonild or sluggish livor will produce serious forms of kiduey and livor diHeases. malarial trouble and chrouio dyspepsia. Dr. lurt'o's rioassnt I'urgativo relicts are a preventive and euro of theae disorders. Ihey are prompt, sum and oFootivo, pleus- aut to take, uud positively harmloss. Roprosentativo Stono. of Kentucky, has Hunt iu seven ty-throe bills since Congress opened. Personal. Froldichstuin, of Mobile, Ala. Atr. N. II writes : I Inko urrat ploasuro in rocom- mending lr. Kinc's New Dmcovory for Consumption. Imviny used it for a severs Utack of Iirou.'liitiH and Catarrh. It cavo no instant relief and entirely cured inn and uavo not benu atliutod since, i uiko hci; to state that I had tried other remedies with no Ljood result. Ihivo also wed Electric Hitters aud Dr, Kiny s Now Liife Fills, both of wlii. h I can recommend. Pr. Kind's New discovery f-r Consump- iou, uom;iis ami coins, is sold on a posi tive iftiariuitoe. Trial bottles free at Itay uoldMit Daniel's Drnx Htoro. (1) According to ml vices from Camden, K. J., Wall. Wh tinan's health is bet tor than it has been at any previous Christmas senson since ho was strtuk with paralysis fiftofn years ago. He is siyjiity venrs of ae. A l:roiid Woman's A Irs. Why is a proud woman lilo n nunio box? Hhe is full of airs. Ami it tiiuy blow on her, cim dis and i-olds must follow. Do not led a cold, but tnko I ,vvlr . Cherokee Heiusdy of Sweet Gum au Mullein. New York gossip bus it tlmt cer am old Irii'iula of llonry Ward Jeoelu r are desirous th it hi younger irothor, R.:v. Thorn is K. JVi'dier, of mini, sh'ill lio his successor iu vmoulh church. The Wraith of a lionie dependent upon the bapi!n"s therein. If sii-kticD!) is there, what a s'.ni low fnili. arent'i, you hhonl l never n: 'livt sVht cough or o 'id. but give i t linu" Tiyl'r' hcrukeo Loiutily of Sweet (r.nu mid -Mul- :n. President Oirnot in Kitting f.r n tvhirh are to iil. rciliniiic il:uns of o furnished to vnrii'iu doj irtmotit iTii'es of tho govi-rtiuunt. Wonderful Cure. V. I llot .t Co.. Wholnle av,I 1 ti Dr'i;!"!.. ol Itmne li.i , :iy : We hir. Ihvi ll-i' j Ir Kl'i' New Pinhhtv, r.' tric Hitters su-l H lor f mr e ir. 11 ive ". ell. n" AniinSiiri revr .. II. .1 r. n-r .lies th it II i ii or L;iv mi Ii n:ii r-l ntf i. tio-i. TImt. hle Ih-i -.ti-1- rfu! cur,' r,"--t .1 l,r th.-., wr 1 coi m l'4 ity. N.v. rtl . of iono-i ,i I ,o,. sti i t i n hi.r ! 'i ntir. lv c'i'- 1 l y t'.c nve of a fi t l ttT- f Mr K.nV N ,-.o ry lk'n in ...n-ct . h I t"!'T ;f 'on l k- t ir,. i k ;,t ,-v -r-'l at. If ii .t: K rat Sr A ! i a t -n-. ' T I I T- 7t". : anil saSiv,S HWPiflGE mm weakiukiievelqped Pil m&f St i,v,;s st..v..n m sv--x . r,. ,l .. i y i. ,n-! tr ? ; -j-;.;-- . - '&&L "tS-VN ut.-nv-, w,ti. t:ra?;v n-.M-t-j , .j.. . :.. t . i .n.i . ; ' : v. -; rrv;:;, 1 " . ' ' Swj;Vx kp&-'P j&CJj?r$i ii-i. up twj -r . c' . . ; ir1--: i ' . ,. : htwhs tM4?: &?f0 1 1 i,;.-,!i'.. i.i.(''.!v.i am i f -: '.'r .',',',. 1 - 1 : 5';1"Tr 'W'bi" -nwaria.tWf .w rninr aiM lit tlxi. .. . " X .... ; - . mi m. ft . . a. . . . ' I " r I.; : i :i i ' i ii m . t r. j i i j i (.'onlaqrlous Clood I dHonlng. Co!. B. II. Kaiarr. editor and pro prktor of tho Ojiulika. Ala., Tinios, writoa i u inle a young man l eon I rue ted a diaonKO which stuck to me for years. For five yours paat I wulkud with difficulty, riually I tried H. H. S. After using half a dozen bottles, I could wulk seven miles in a day, and I Imvo not bad a return of the old pains since. I urn sixty-eight years old, and, thanks to a. a. a., feel now liko a vounf man." Mr. C. V. Limgliill, of Savannah, On., who bud a w;ll developed case of contagious blood poisoning, which a physician tried in vam to euro, Do gan takings. S. S. He writes: ''After usinrr the medicine a short time, I was entirely cured, and I am, to day, a perfectly well man." JUr. Jr. Woeul, Xo. Vll JNortn Ave nue, Chicago, writes: "I deem it my duty to thank you for the cure I re ceived from your excellent medicine. I contracted a severe case of blood poisouing about two years ago. Hear ing of your medicine I went to a drug store, the proprietor of which per Btiudod mo to buy a preparation of bis own, which ho said was a sure euro, i used nix bottles of bis stun, and grew worse all the time At last I got disgusted, and despaired of a cure. I met a mend who told me thut Tour medicine had cured him. I went to the samo druggist again, and domanded your medicine, Ho re luctantly sold mo twelve bottles, and am now perfectly cured. I write this for tho benefit of sufferers, to prevent their being deceived by false representations. Thanking yon again for tho benefit received from your modicino, I remain respectf ullyyours," Mr. Goo. (J. Wei (man, Jr., of Haleni, Mass., writes: "I was Buffering with blood poison, and was treated several months with mercury and potash, only to make mo worse. The potash took away my appetite and gave me dyspepsia, and both gave me rheuma tism. I then took sarsupnrillus, etc. All these sarsaparilla mixtures have pot'ish in them. This made me still worse, as it drove the poison farther into my svstem. A friend insisted I should take Swift's Specific, and it cured, me of tho blood poison, drove tho mercury and potash out of my system, and to-duy I urn as well as ever was." Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. "Doctor, 1 m troubled wttn an sffuction of the stomach." "Well, sir, if yon will describe your symptoms, I think I "Stop, doctor ! Medi cine won t toueli it. My trou'ile is nn affection for pio." Burlington Free 1 ross. Consumption Surely Cured. To TfTK Emtob I'leaso inform your read ers that I have a positive remedy for the above uamod disease. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been perm anontly cured. 1 shall bo glad to send two botlloH of my remedy frbe to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send me their express and postoftice address Respectfully, T. A. Sloc:om, M. C, doclniG 181 Pearl st., New York, Dr. Catling's now police gun, a soventy-eiffht pounder, is warranted to kill a thousand riotors iu five minutes. Uiiclileu's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in tho world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt IUienm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nil skin eruptions, and positively cures pdes or no pay required. It is guar, snteod to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Itayuolds & Daniel. Jliss Kose Elizabeth Cleveland means to gather together and publish in book form her poetry in the spring. Woman's Work. Thero is no end to the tasks which daily confront the K'od unnowif-. To be a suc ccbxful housekeeper, tho lirnt reipiisito is pood health. How can a woman contend nainst the trials and worries of housekeep ing if cliO is suucrinn from those distrcss- iti( irreaularitis, ailments and weaknesses pm nliar to her sex ? Dr, Pi. r. e's Favorite Prescription is a spe.'ifio for these disor ders. The only remedy, sold by druggists, under a positive uil'irautee from the man ufacturers. Sntisftctioo K'laranteed iu every case, or money rtf.iudo.I. See print ed yti'ir.mtee ou bottle wrapper. M. B. Simpson, tho recently le coascil city o.litor of the Loiitlon TitncH, left nn estate of uoarly 1, 000,000. I'ltt'If l-'at Wiff. Why is the letter l liko nu !' f it wife i;oiiij up liill? It makes n:it pint (suutl, .iml cooling oil too s.Min proiiut'en coughs mill coMs. T.ivior'M C'ln roke' Uein- ily of S.'t (luin nit I M'tlleiu will cure her. Sonutor Li! ind StattfiTil pre;nte:l e tch S -n tto jm-to wit! h J? bill ua a Curitm:s present. (iold in our (11 1 lit !J. Oviiileni! benlt!i Ih-tier t!i:ia e:i!til. TliO'i Biut t rorseli-r l .tl.r'ii Cherokee Ke'ite.lv f S-vet lu:n ami Mill ein lietter ilt tn K'lltl, f t it wi!l'i.re con, its colJs un.i rrottp. l'itlllilMT (to KJM'itO .Pt for Wirli) WiitT'j w'ri Tctt oiiMiLivc.l IitM?" At'piie.ir.t "I n.t niuViii4 out luli" ,., . .. .... 1 1 " u.lt Kvn.vt-!.. l.t iu -T OtrM'!! 11 1;-.;-. I Kr th.' wiMi-r." -N 'w V..rL Whit Am I 1 Til' H'l f I 1. In! I - .! i.1 n. 11. -C IU rr- ti! t ' i - . .1 -- :-t I 1 ' - a (4' frr '. --. r. il c-4 I -t I,. 4 ita .:-. ,-j.t L -J . i- - ii - :. - '?; I ' ii- i . at st r. -- -, . rT-T r JHs Cotioa SMp! Before deriding what disposi tion to male of your Cotton, or where to hip it to, please corres pond with us, or try its with a shipment. Our arguments of last year, and the near lefore and the 0 years lefore that, still hold good ; and in addition we could tell you of some additional and special ad vantages this season if space per mitted Quotations and stencils sent on application free of charge. Frompt and business-like dealings. . WM. D. CLEVELAND & CO., Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers. HOUSTON. jlyli dm THE DIRECT LINE WESTERN TEXAS AND MEXICO, TO ALL POINT! IS TSI Iffl BUST. WEST & SSUTEEfiST II VIATHS 1, P1I1IIIIHII Can Take Their Choice of Routes, VIA TAYLOlt OU PALESTINE. Oi vis the St. Loots, lnos Moostaiw t Sonrnrss Railway. 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A few doses of CalliuV Ague Cnra "ill quickly break up the worst c;ie of Malarial Fever. No other remedy possesses ths power Oi so completely eradloiitiiiK Malaria from the ystcin. CHILLS nnd FEVE3 yield at ouco to Its iuliuenue, and the cure liperiuanout. BILIOUS COLIC. Immediate relief and a speedy cure forth8 worst eases of Bilious Colic is found in tiie use of Collins' Afrne Cere. As a radical cor rective oi all Bilious lisorlers It has no quaL S3IARRHCEA orFLUX. Flux. Dlarrliaia, and all Summer Complaints are completely checked and cured in a tew hours by Collin' Agno Cnre. Try it. Sold everywhere by all Sealers at 60 cts. a Bottle. r!A,kyonr Dealer for a Copy of the C0LLXN3' JaUSmrCEBTORY ALHAiiiC, or AdiireM COLLIKS EROS. DRUQ CO.. ST. 101)13, B9. SELECTED Smm I'..:l 1 iH IP APK VO'.'f; iWOiy FOR THCWI .AKlluV TAKE h3 01:8 eP.AiO. ""liVAik'i; co er.xs7i9.iC0L PAY WHEN CUBED 4i idt, o In l.o. ty tif lavalida. Mttnut ALL t . f.r.Cttfi'.1-; li-Twrtufi Jtnrt rwrivpy cfTf rur r m ?mr i. Vvri tnt fn I It anl annd ta.p raTa'a. aid Tr4 Valt rrtta(feJ, atd alt atattot M OKKt. K MOrniSlTK C. fEST OF Flt'K. W It ti uH a'l llin . !- rrrt. hrs- fat ir4nart yfT,l r- ia t rtir u-l at ' Crd COT Uaa rrmmte from ab- I Hlta Wp a rt. v Tt a r fr tcbarc. Our tr ; I'll p-f-t r"r-a I -. Ui tc '- .! rr'Tr a .: ;'. it ir a tal. eey, r ioa. fr,;tf h-n rVe. Wa-fciff H. C. tn.n .r.vs f T Stash, Liver HP" and Bowels . TAKE PACIFIC PILLS ROLLIHS AGUE GOOF u m a fi ya Aiix fcfy msr et 5 11 mmMskt mi m taw b5' t?$i ivxcm' w ar "a" aa oi w m 3, k J -m p.- a JVrW ADVERTISEMES'TS. AOKST WAN1 E0 to CnvM lor AdvrUlnj f.lronif . A nll tmvati of oik dont wl.b iii4 Im.lllK'W proaseo n b j Inaumo. Amum" voul hundrtd d.llr in eomniiialoio la s ilnslt whmiii nd linuruop.rioii. .1 r..Don.ibllliv. Kuuuiro t ef- pr i.Hlro nd Irsrs lhl ouf l lb bitinou and frit anutuaod alabli.limant for plaoln ulmliac nantt in o.w.pap.rt aud coBjl t, adwila.ra o.. i..in,.,.iio.. Bbili ibrf rrouiro la ordar to naka Ibalf tnv.atn.uim wlaaly and nroltlahly. Man ol good aJdra a, or woman, If all InhirmMl ami .radical. u,a oblala auiborltf to aollolt a-lvtrila. Ini palpmaso for ui. Apply br latlar to no. llowaLiat o.. Naoapapar Advrtll" Hurw"" ptuoa St., ta York, and full partlculara nlll fnt br ratarn null 'A HS5 O 5 Send to r 73-Pago ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE MENTION THIS PAl'ZR. Tor x j years at 37 Court Place, now at S22 MarketStreet, T jm jmrjllo Bet Third and Fourth. UtUlB 1 i J'Ji A nfulsrlr itucste-1 aad lrpUy qu.lllkj ricliaandtfa loo.i ucoitul, m Ua pracuvit tUi Prj . Crtvun nil forHlB Of FSIVATK, acd Si V. a. r-VO Spcrruatorriioa kjsL IaiToiencyt h thor.suU of elf-ftboM io youth, $ztanl eeM in mx turw.Ttarj.orotrjdr car.sos, ou-.t prx!ucii.t fonioof ikfol lowiuj etfecti: NrT0ur.es, 8eDilT.nl Kii!iio.i. (cirHl t jiit Kloua by dfwi.w), Uiumpt of btglit, U-.feotive iiraiftry, ltijr halOrttr, PiiuplMOQ Face. ve.Muti todoeiJlj of ?i:iouk CoofURiaa cf Idfai, l-ost of u-itil Power. &o.,rcr.Jering UiiirriagB Improper fjrutihftimr. ws thwuftliiy tnd pu ctntij cured. SYP55Ijt5S piuirlycured " Wr.lv frsflxstcd rroni tfaft ajr-umj OenOTrhoa. GJj5')T Btrfctr, Orviatin, Hernia, (or ilui-'.u., fiWi nail -ittur private dtatsasua q,ii:ktv curh, JliiMJf-eTldc'nt tbs'.t apliv nkiau'rvlpr.Ts pwInlittftiUflU toaeertiin clafi of dijaMi, r.l trcmtlj.rj tbinisr.ntli &nuu. ally, actiulM. KrcanLill. ThyuicUns tunwiuuihla r;ioftoa f('oa;incDil pnrtoui to luy cara. W tiou it Is iutCQvtnUat to Tiiit ihe city for treairuout, meillnlnM can Iw eeut pmawly od aaftly by mill or eicpruas aiiywhere. Cures Guaranteed in all Cases trocloFiakoiaU . . , ... Cbar4i reuse imLle aud coirc.poudaaco sirlcily ccnfiuwUil FBIVATB CCXIKSSLOK OfTOOpcgaSt loattiauy artilrcia, accurely bc1J, for thirty L';0) c.it.ia. JboulJ La rent lv all. Arldrui at abovfc CCvm hour from & A. M tu 9 P. U. Siudaji, 3 tu . Joj BboulJ bike the Hkbilo aud Preiibttib, a large Hcht pnfFfi Frrt7Urliia ircffklv; mbucrtpllf-n pi-iue, i 60 oet jer i tnuresilog mc4 lDuuuttv to old and )unog fiend aa $1 00 aud we will Sena you tha Hld inn Phmbytob fur dm jrear ood a eup7 of the attMl-eugrav " Longfellow in His Library," EncraTed by HolJyer. Pi to 34x13 loonot. Add 10 ovxtt poatagt and paoklng cf eugiatiog, SPECIAL OFFEIt. ITa ha ro hund, In mpiilsmfrnt fortn, Punoy'g latent ri..l. "Klibtj-icrHn." TTbii ti n Butil lasn v will rod It FttKK to each rfriiii wtio will return tbi ad, ( ui with $.1.10 to pay f -r the ir ane jnr and lbs ngravlujj. Tli ntoiv In honkft'im wru-d msi Qi.lO. 8SND AT ONCB aad grt trmir rri-n-U to order vltb yoo. Sir whrrt Ton nw thu td irtircm 178 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (FF 'n' Ct one-Wat itumps fn- Mn.pl oopj- and oor twe&gra.v6d Caleadar fwir lawii sua l-x9 I 'i lac-ja, IA PRESENT. For name of two boo eenteand twolre centti !tiBnip.to pay po-ita.wu wlllsend yon POrT'S ,rKC Meel Parior Btigravirtjt- of all our f i)Li freatd'Tits, incluilmir LIvelanr),BizoriXa:8 inches worth 95. aiko tue great douk for agents. 1 in- Uvea and Grave of onr Presidents." over 600 '0g!.2i full page portraits, "Cleared ' u ur si lay.' MATH E n' KLT-IMKR. "Mado ovr eiirar w..ekJ W. ALLISON. 'Took 10 order firoi ' "rta- T VtfKK li-Mrif. In ITin anmli( P-.l.! Iflnt'al camnaKH it ootti(lla all other books hi ihetl 'ld. Compute oultlt. fnaloditiB' encraplnit, for f0 cents Iti iHmna. Alwsi addreui Kldkb. u ub. o,. uotcatro, ;n. If to. aand for DOU J!l YERfV Gl'IULi, ecctaiobg enlored plataa, 1 1'M) enirrftvinci, ol diflereDt bmda i-- pricrw Uwj are worth, and where to r&W buy thorn. Direction, for Training . .'V ' llnMjMinmnlliwVOTiwlL MniljMl si'JSftSj! for Id lento. AlaoCnU of Uog fa V. 1.3 Fnrnlaliiufr Uootm cf all Unda. Thsn tmi lot Prnrtlppj POFl Tltv ItlKliv. llrfl imira ten- Ufa rnlorrd plxtct c-i'KrnviDga ol noaily all kiiida uf fowla; donp- ' tiona of tba brwda; how to eaponize; plana for poultry house. : infonaotioa about inoooatora,ajMl wber to bur j ivkki from Dfm auxk nttl.'iUI prr atiitnj;. bent lur lo crnia.. V ao, ipnaiMM) the BOOK OF CAGE Kir, l-'t, pneen. l.-u mil ifiona llaatitui pnl.red Blnte. TraLtmaat ana braeaing ol all ail) :! Coca lor piiaenro axa rrw. ltmaa aud tbetr. onra. How to bnild I 4 and atock aa iTwy, A3 aboat Farrua. Pnocaol aioda tiirda. oaM. o. UlIIM lur lileaia. Tba Tuna, Bouka. 40 Ct. ASSOCIATED FANCIERS. tSi Saata ktaktA btrat, Pailadalpala, Pa. 'RBFTURE SmiS?i KY Til 3 liiamscn iruzz avy Sot r!it- in th 'ar.nfjeturtr tei a t .r, -J r and ri- I.l.t v 1 , S A0 X'alnaU hi ftu tal. . 3.22 7 c as M tT A. itm.r 'r a-aj H . w-1 1 1 " M XtT ' old xj:i sp.j runs rc b wxf ? :, Tor - c!.'-':" t t T O Ifl jn h WIS O K I PI I 1 K - . lyl B-l C P.5J W ia.2 a 1 Ss mk 111 run" IT rwfi i xt -r .rre.T I . - -.t aF--isi:i,-,ij.ivf a.. M j r I a- a 1 v-AA.viUVi t!:wiiS r. PZ. TSPv 2288 DacreS, Choice, Solid Literature, Large Type, $ 1 ,Qq AliDEN'S Library Magazine, CulillalHNlWer-klrerMontblr. ll OOayenr. Bpeclmen of Weekly, free MonUily. lOo. It is infinitely cheap, and very valuable." Normal Exponent, Lebanon, Ohio, "Brimful of good, interesting and wholesome reading." Peqilt't Monthly Kl"A valuable periodical and the cheapest wo know of." 77ia Guardian, Philatlel phla, Penuaylvanla. .... . Home of the most InBtructive and useful reading we get j not a page of trash fc tt."-rAifm,llunUvllToxo. Nowhere can o much and such excellent reading be had for so small a 9um, Th JVrie iVa. Lancaater, I'eimajlvania. Driinful of Instructive and entertaining articles from tho brightest intellects oi theworld.'WoMnta.UarUiigtoa.Mliauialppl. ..... Furnishes eood reailinpr, a cood tloal of it, and so cheap as to be within the read jfevervbody."-iofeSuiten(, Lewibton, Slalna. 41 Altogether It Rives moro gooa renninit ior mo nnw; ww uuu nnywhcri ,8."iVnntionio&WJouoT, Lancaster, reiinaylvanla. ' For the cream of thought of tho licst writers both in this and in other countries tbe. jommenrt ua to the Library Jlttfcraiine. "-tntra nap "This is docidedly the cheapest wnf'n8Tu""""w', "Z. "'u,"rJr pernapi r auiWorMVtthiametoeUlathoixughlyBood.-A.(. We recommend the Library Magnzlne as one of the best. We take it rptilnrli ind wonl.1 confer It cheap If It coat u. teo dollars per year."-rfoBaare, W Inilngton, Delaware "If tho Maeazine does not Rain an immenso circulation It . will be siniply hecauw the people do not know gxxxl literature where they see tt."-imt. jiacn, onnta uaroara, Unllfon, ' Tim T.ilirarv Rfnimziiie id a choice reflex of the best thoughts of the world's ahUi Ihlnkera. Like all AUUm a literary enterpriaea, an astontahlng succea.'WmiW. Orand Forkj, l4ko' " The Library MnRazine is a great success. It contains, besides original paper, 0 m.,k.l-ahllltv. tiie choicest articles from the leading review, and magiixlue-."-ni.t1J0I,.Ba" raiueutn, uuiroriiuv, way reeel We print these words In the run knowieaffe or wnni we ear. ine DP8t possible to spend a dollar, hardly earned as It be. for a literary purpose. Is to send It to John B. Alden, and ve In return the Library Jlnaxine. it nna more in qumuif vu we ooialn and 1 i,m tweuwi "fnuijfif,in. aiunuiiituiicit, vitjr "'""j 1 ' flnnuttete Ctitalonxe of Alden's Publications (64 pages) sent free. JVOTsold by oooJk-arlera-no discounts allowed except to Stockholders In The Provident Book Co., which Is open to all. Books sent for earomfniifloH brfort payment, aattafactory reference being given. John B. Alden, Tublisheii, NEW YORK I 303 Poarl St. I CHICAGO: Lakeside Building, a. O. Boa 1S8S7. I Clark and Adams Sts. r?rThe Librarv Marrazine and the FREE PRESS will be furnished to advance paying Address FREE PRESS, San JTEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PATARRHV Uvlnca. 1). 8. Laui SAMPl.l TRKATMBNT PDCC a mall enouzh io eon- rntL Lavusaaacii it Co., 773 JBro.J at., Naaaik. N.J. PATENTS F. A. l.lltlHIANN Wnahina-tnnMI C Si'ud forCIcular. inn per I'tlOFIT and AMPI.rS FRF.K rruy f mn canva".iT. ior - OLNI.OcHMine Kleclrlc Helta, lirnabcN, o. Lad; art'nta wanted for hlrctrlo UnraeU. Qnlrk sale.. Wrtlo at once ;ror larma. Da Scott, Mi Broadway, a. T. $S-ft f Agents' prnllts I 6 I tt or pay r.r'el Ua1.Vluut. AS3.50,a Agonta' prnflta oar month. Will prove aroDlaacnt free to all. t. dfw uirui.ii ,u. W. H.Chlde.ler A Son,aH Bona St. n. i HareTnu Couch, FiwMrH, Athraa, Inrtigeationi uae pVeVroig QiMCER TONIO without dt-lay. It for all affection, of the throat and lunps, and ! Jlwasi-a irislnttfroru Impure hlood and exhaustion. The feeble end sick, atrufrclmn apalust .llsaane, ana wlydWf tin j to tho crave, will m many cases renoyor thclrliealtl by the timely n of I'arker'. OlnirerTor.10, but delay la dan Jroroua. Toko It In lime. It & lnvaluablo f pr all pnlna Sod disorders of lUnnacu aad bowels. OOo. at ifruenuita, RE DEAF. PECK'S PATENT lifiPRO'rtO CU-1IIOf:EO EAR BRUMS PKttFKCrl.Y USSTOllB TUB UK A ltiriti. .rhrB. l"'llVHV?. . Mi X uiriaitii, .w "i-o. v...- - nor heard lilstinrtlv. tv e reter to iHoso UJlng Ibein. Ktf.:..v o.lfl Tl....iHv.v rnr llll it rue in r, -v ...m, r,m" ...-.-.. -j,---- St.. New York, for llliistraikd book of pn ot free. LIEBiG COFilPflrS mm i m mum mm las fiBi Of a. Finest and clioai eat MEAT FLAVOUBIHG STOCK FUll som m m m urn Animal ealoH 8,000,00'J Jure N. B. (Jexuine only with pao-simile or Bakox Likdig's tlGNATUUE IN BLUE across label. To be hl o's'l-'torckeeprrs, Grocers and DrupRlnts. Agciits to Sell the HISTORY of BLACK Ko twmpHUt Th Inrt oFIM kind to rocord tb sTfitIom of tb NcfiKt Eotnirat durlnr tb wut 177, lHbl.66. No It hrwy mb. ! Wit0Ut It. Still fut W ULilei snrl U1rrki. ft. proDu. A rent rerrt SO to W ulri ptr vcrk. Don't mill this cbtnes t mi'. ntftitT. tnl for oirmlm ml llljsrftltrm, or tl.UOforout (ft. Dtt-buiM oi binlraii(( u sil freiibisrrerrJil. Jslmtioa ptpsr. AMERICAN PUB'B CO Iliflford, ItoatDD, jtfVfjlfHt1- CMuv or Hi Unit. ou5p.t:n. I' jo' i rfcr tlcul&rs oc-nt f ZJiK. .. . ..r.-l , T.'i II 6 ! RXtaae1NSfc;l ... . . if ii . f.ii-nt'. -ji,ire -miin V. hen I say Cure I do not mean merely to stop then lor a time, nnd then have them re turn again. I MttAV A RADICAL CUiUL I have mads tiid disease of FITS, EPILSx cr :ni3Eissf I FAT.USTG Eli , A life Inns; study, t TAltrtAXT my remedy to Citrr the worst eases. Bcanse o:hers liavo failed is no rcuAon fornot nowr?ro;nnr a cure. Bend at once fur a treatise nnd aFrav r.o.TLa St my Impaixiblp. Kkmkhv. (;i ,e K:nrss and JVwt Oftiw. It ei'sti you nothing for a trial, aa.'l 1 1 will euro you. Addresj H. C. ROOT. M. C. IS3 Part ST.,KrY!!;c the.. adertlmen.a , d well lo ttafe That Ibej naw j inetn in Thi pavrr. 11.. . . . v . avj ii A A UIH' l-vs ajirenlr ltd cmrr.Uf cilia I-lver, 4r I I TST1 BRAND aXTCaXm. w.t-J rilTinir UTS h I HI I si II II M I -sW1sstsrists ." ,m-T,wni -l a Tr;r?atBi9 canbaction naa Ba n r,1 la trrdl -al r!-iic. Tbeyraro or. .on, ? rn-.-i. cr 1 rr.yt.t , aiB-i r.n I-avi4'eaBd , t IV , aaiaiaoOi t aar u.,- r -r r-H. IXj'.l. CJa.i"AX 2e -0 rE. - ". , a . 1 a rrn subscribers at $2.50 for both. Marcos, Texas. name on a package of COFFEE Is a guarantee of excellence. ARIOSA Is kept In all : m the Atlantic to tl COFFES Is kept In all flrst-olass stores from the Atlantic to the Paoifio. COFFEE Is never good when exposed to the air. Always buy this brand In hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. FOR TORPID. LIVER. A torpid liver deratuges tUo whole sy. tern, auu prouuees Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu- and Piles. Ther. U no better romeT for tha. eominon diNCases than Xutfa s.lver 1'illa. sa a trial will prove. Frlee, DM. Sold Every where. . Is nn flip in Philndelphl.. btho fJowK;aitcr Advi Ik ?tlslnir Afpnov nf Kmshh. N. W. AVER & SON. our authorised aoauu. Sciatica, Lnmbago, Eheuuiatiem, Burns, Pcalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Banlons, Corns, Ecratohcs, Sprains, SU'ains, StilTJoiati, Erckac'ae, G.iiln, Ecros, Spavin " Oi-assi. Contractor! Ktwle. Eruption", HmJ AU, Vfora., Swinnb.Tt BadOlo Calls. PilSA TH5S OLD STr?.K?-3Y f acoom:.llshcsforereryb!70sncilifT,!!ethcltlnl e fcrlt. One ottiia reasons c!rtU.i(rtT:ftpofulMStyef - the aTu-.tntiif I.ltainoi-.t te fonsaiQiSf av.lvrl j aFplicrni.".-. Kveiyliady nccla sucit BulWaS. r The Inrutjerauu nec'slt in eats r acewve The If ju io'ilic ncd.i It fir sniiral 'vtiliT The Cnnnler nncls it tor kto tea:. J wi t M: Tli. fl.'ccliaulo ntils it oi.rcj-s oa h't bench. Th. Itfiner orwli It In cse of emcrsor..-y. The Plcneer nlslt-o.v't.!oi'3''iout !t The Farmer needs It In his hocse, tis fteiil. and h If stock yard. The Htertmbuct rinnorthe Hen was It In liberal supply afluatandoshoro. Tho Horao (hnrinr naoda It 1 1. tti ' friend and safest rcllcnco. Th. Stock-sretrer needs It It wlU cars MM thousands of dollar, and a world of Ironblo. The Railroadman needs it and will naedltse loriT aa hta life la a nrrmd of aeoidants and daasera. I Th. Backwoodsman needs It, There boota Ins like It as an antidote for the dangers to We, ' limb and comfort which surround the pioneer. Th. Merchant nerds It about bis store arneef j his employees. Accident will happen, and ea i these com. the Mustang Liniment Is wanted st onea I Keep a Bottle lath. II ease. T la the beet i imnrnir. In ca. of accident e. ran and whei waittd. TIB BGSt (faterrrosf Coat j mi a... IA. WlUWM-t tM f-Jiia est nn i r?T i 4 I- Id-I rj c n r"Ha i r.at!a. r.1, -!. c.f IL-l --lr. , nt ol iw. a sfj-'-t.a-a aiaer v A i '--.. . ear. bv , ;t;i.. kal i l.-r alrWKCt. .. "l i7k4, XrOUXBS. JaSO." . ! .' SOI I lilt 1 p2v 3 Pe m sr ha a da A iA fm " aj sh hi ak - U U 1' V. I Oc I tu v .: T r h pr v R Tt p ' an trt co ' fit ' S P Mi f. : .' . i t -; ' be fin i' , foi S. th wi sri ! T u Tt ;; Oi f Oi Oi tei Be liD f. Be Ho Ho J. Ha .01 i if I' -1 o Be be ( : J Mi - I to Sn Mi Si I , . Ob Sa Pr . r T 'Si aa St 1" M f t a-