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The Latuthter-Makln; Comedians. Evans and Hoey, la noil's Best Play, l Presented with all its hrlsht sunshine of Mirth. Musi:. Danrlrc.Amus-nc Sit uitiass. and prolongation of Pure and unadulterated. enervating fun, full of wholesale lanxhs lorevery man. woman and child Id the universe. Everjthlnit new. Funnier Than Ever Before Prices 75.50 and Si cents. Seats on sale at usual place. n MATCH m GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, NOV. 7tli. SPECIAL ATTRACTION America's Greatest Emotional Aclresa. After duly wrlzh Inc my words, 1 am prepared lo main tain that Ee Ells lerlsthehest Amer ican born actress. Memphis Times. 3B Kffle Ellsler has eertainlv an 1 clear I? demonstrated the fict thnt she Is the foremost y-tun, act resjon the meri can staei Wcrld. ELLSLER Suoportedbv her original Xew York com pany. In Frank Hsrvey's powerful . loacaUe Drama. :' Wim nGiSTWOMItll! PRICES 75c- S"e and Sic. II arris's Clear gtte Seats on sale at GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th. The acme of Sensational Equestrian Melo tlramal The Oreatest of all Modern bue tues! James H.HalllcL'a new and orle inal Equestrian Melo-Drama In six acts, written by W. U.yonnc.esq..eotitled: TLe CJITTLLKIN6! MR. JAS. II. WALLICK, la his trt part of Bob Taylor, the Amer ican Cauie King, supported by an unex celled dramatic company, and tntrodm Irg his Kreat Acting Ilorsea. Koan Charter. liar Haider, the Bronco Colt. Texas. Ara bian Jim and Calamity Jam. Four Areat Comedians In the Cast, New Mechsnirsl and Sensational t Sects! Magnificent Vew Scenery: Martlicg Transforreallon Scene! New .Music. Cstuir.es. etc.. etc. Prices : l.'.r. SOc, SSe. rt'ats on sale at Har ris's. Klectloulteturu. Anuouuced f roni iho M:c You Carry A whole mexlicine chest in your pocket, with one box of Ayer's Pills. As they operate directly on the stomach and bowels, they Indirectly affect every other organ of the body. When the stomach is out of order, the head is affected, digestion fails, tho blood be comes impoverished, and you fall an easy victim to any prevalent disease. Miss M. E. Boyle, of Wilkesbarre, Pa,, puts the whole truth iu a nutshell, when she savs : "I use no other medicine than Ayer's rills. They are all that any one needs, and just splendid to say money in doctors' bills." Here is an instance of A Physician trio lost his medicine chest, but, bavin at hand a bottle of Ayer's Fills, found himself fully equipped. J. Arriaon, ML DM of San Jose, Cal., writes: " Some three years ago, by the merest accident, I was forced, so to speak, to present Ayer's Cathartic Pills for scleral sick men among a party of engi neers in the Sierra Nevada mountains, my medicine chest having been lost in crossing a mountain torrent. I was surprised and delighted at the action of the Pills, so much so, indeed, that I was led to a further trial of them, as well as of your Cherry Pectoral and Sarsapa nlla. I have nothing but praise to offer In their favor." John VT. Brown, M. D., of Oceana, VT.Ya., writes: "1 prescribe Ayer's Pills in my practice, and find them excellent. I urge their general use in families." T. E, Hastings, M. D., of Baltimore, Md., writes: " That Ayer's Pills do con trol and cure the complaints for which they are designed, is as conclusively proven to me as anything possibly can be. They are the best cathartic and aperi ent within the reach of the profession." ( Ayer's Pills, rxzraJtKS by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co, LowtH, Mass. Sold by all Drurrists. MariNOd wSTOMrp. arm. A vtcCisa t fjaathf ifi uainunwocansinsT ' fenv. r-jasv. Marvwos '"-- - " iwjanssdr.ksal aiannssail a w&jliSwasaa bmoss I rfiAd by leaving no weariness cling mmmSomm tm 1 lanmmt ina to Vnona' fas. Sbalnvcd the whit) Ikw a fair white bint with bleeding win Hor bosom lay aslant tb drMnc rmck Beatlnc an upward way; ante would ring- A bSt of aong borne by the tempest ba.dc I could hero wept to we ber anowy breast FleckM with the purple of ber wound-d heart Save tint my aoul a kindred Jov confessed To tef tne bird quailed not beneath the amatt But oufcard LelJ her way with upward eye; Though Catherine clouds embnxvd her quiver ing form And hurtling arrows round her threatening fly. hiill landward came ber song all through lti mlffbty storm. , Eliaabeth Oakes Smith in Ilome Journal. THE FLOWER PMXCESS. Many are the years that have come and gone since Menona lived and died. The JS'Z, only daughter of a caziqne, she was the closed its petals when the moon was shed Idol of fond parent- and beloved by every dmc; its silver liBlit uion the rippling one. Ix)e and joy alone seemed to till waters that had sheltered the l'iowcr her jotins; heart; her lustrous limpid ejes Pnncess. Slie, with her tinker tip, lighty expressed only tender affection; her guile- touched the fluttering eyelids, the white less face was sweet to look iiw)n, and her curtains of those tender blue "light-'," pretty little hands and feet were admired fonder shutting out tne look of pain; and by all who saw them, the baby, smiling, fluttered from its cod The cerulean waes of the Mexican cull 'f clay into Menona's arms. I and the Caribbean ea l.-neil the shores ol herfatherIaud;andwhenMenonawasiu-ar the billowy waters she never tired of Haz ing nt them. She loved all nature, almost worshipnigthe beautiful flowers. As soon as her jet black hair had grow n long enough she ever day colled bright blos.soms among tho glossy tresses. Of llowers too she w o e her necklace and bracelets. Then when she sat in the sunshine the birds svntild , alight upon her. The bright buds w rcathed J e-r being, clothed in light and happi nlMtit the pretty child appeared fresh and I ncys, took Menona by the hand and led happy; the birds too, could surely enture! lier away, sajing: "Come with me. So the emerald breasted humming bird I Thou shalt learn thy mission here; to fluttered above her head, while the golden i minister to those ImwciI down with grief, winged butterfly settled on her flower' wipeawnythurtcars, whisperingwords bracelet. This pleased the little maid, of comfort. They shnll hear thee and Joyous as they, she would lift her oice and sing with those winged warblers that' were trilling sweet lays among the gieen i foliage. Because of her beauty and her great love for the flowers Menona was called the "Flower Princess," When 10 jears of age she was sent to the seer that he might peer into his crystal ball and there ques tion futurity concerning the fate of the cazique's lovely little daughter. It was such a very serious affair that even the flowers were forgotten that day; though had she wish to do so, Menona could not have worn garlands on that occasion. It would have been contrary to regulations connected with the religious rites. Long and fixedly the sccr gazed at the crjstal ljing in the hollow of his hand, while tho riower Princess sat facing him, wondering what ho would have to say. Thrice he was about to speak, and thrice he checked himself. Then the child said: "The seer is distressed. Does he think that the daughter of a chief will be afraid?" But the old man heeded not her re marks, only continued looking at the crystal, and his countenance was troubled. At last he said: "Daughter, I have seen. To thy parents I will speak and advise them what is best for thy happiness. Thou art too young to hear what I have to tell." "Xay," replied Menona. "It is to me the seer must reveal the vision of the crystal. My heart is strong; I am eager to know." Then the wise man no longer hesitated, but said: "The only daughter of our noble cazique will weep far from her father's house. She will never bo a bride. Her enemies will pursue her even to death but she shall lie avenged." For a few days only Menona was med itative her sweet voice hushed. The birds and the flowers soon chased away all shades of sadness from her brow Notwithstanding her deep faith in the prophecy, joy filled her heart; the future was so far off, so vague, and the present was all sunshine. Xo thorns had yet sprung up among the blossoms strewn by loving hands along her life path. The white man came from the far east to the land where Menona dwel She had counted fourteen summers when a mle faced chief saw her and said she w as beau tiful. He would take her to his owu 'dwelling placei'where she should serve his xife and her young infant. Bat the pro posal angered the cazique. Dp what he would, the white man could hot win his good will or consent- As for the Flower Princess, she would not hear a word said about leaving her home; least of all, tc enter that of a stranger. AlasI poor childl One evening sho waj missing; never again would she rejoict the sight of her fond parents. Tho whiu man caught her in a lonely place among he doners and the birds. Stealthily creeping close he threw a blanket ovct her head and stole her away. She ww carried to tho w lute woman, who kept hei hidden for a few days till she and hei jailers sailed far from the home of hei childhood, away to Florida. The white woman was glad to liars such a pretty maid to take csre of htr darling balie. But the Flower Princes had never toiled for herself, much less had she waited on others. So her heart rebelled against her captors, and sUe said "I will not take care of bate white Kab , let its mother sec to it. I tn the daugh ter of a chief!" Then they told her that iCie must learn to cook. But again she refused, sajing: "Prepare food for the strangers? Xevcr!" md she passionately stamped her foot upon the ground, "Is it not enough that Ihey have stolen me away from my home ind country? I nm heart broken; and till they would Leap indignities upon me!" Whereupon the white woman w as ex reedircly w rath. "Whip the little bejutl" she said. Menona fled nor Btopped till she stood by the seashore. The murmuring water caressed her tiny feet and cooled them; they had burned and smarted iu their rapid flight over the hard ground, for the princess no longer had pretty sandals. On the smooth surface of the water she saw herself reflected. "I am prcttv ; I am a cazique's daughter; 1 will not lie a slav e to the white people," she muttered to her self. Looking around and seeing many lovely flowers blooming not far off, she went to pluck some of the brightest. These she twined into her flow ing hair and again went to the water to look at heis-elf. The lovely reflection brought a smile to her lips. Alone with nature she felt happy for a moment. Hark' she hears footsteps approaching. The man who dares to call himself her master i rapidly coming towsnl the place where she stands. Menona is trans formed; the smile vanishes, her heart is full of passionate auger. Her pursuer draws near. She turns to face him, ejes flashing, boom heaving. Clinching htr small hands defiantly she demanded: "Do you come to whip me?" He is close to her now and he indies, answering htr In low, soft tones wl en she repeats her question: "Oh, no! I would not hurt the pretty Menona, for I love her!" at tne same moment kissing ntt smooth cheek. It seems to burn hr! Turning as if stung by a viper, she lift her hand and smites her tormentor's face. He only laughs a mocking laugh and would fold her in his arms; but a great dread and loathing springs into the heart of the maiden. One flash of thought and she flings herself into the liquid mirror that a minute ago reflected her lovely features. Dark seaweeds mingle with the dead flowers clinging to the long tresses that those cold Augers will never again wreathe with blossoms. Down in the deep water, out of sight, Menona has fallen asleep, and she slumbers long By and by she awakes, and the flowers in her hair are not dead ones. But the butterfly, escaped from the chrysalis, does not at once realize the change. What is it that strikes upon her quick ening senses? Does she hear the wuiliug ofa child? Ah! the baby, the helpless little creature! She will go to it, evm though she must ngain enter the home of the cruel people who robbed her and bronchi her to foreign shores. The baby was crying. Menona, mo veu by teudcrest pity, put her arms about it, Xo one took any notice of her, nor did they ask her to work. She thought it Btrange. They did not speak to her or offer ber food to eat. That mattered not, for she felt no Danes of hunger. To and fro she flitted, free as the air, while the bttoj n6w. When Its piteous cries broke upon tee stwness or tlie night she would loll It to sleep, singing iweet melodies soft and low. Then the color fiert from the checks of father and mother, they were afraid, and in e struck whispers murmured the name of Meuona She could not under stand why they did not like to see her. Had they not brought her there.' Many n Right she rocked the babe in her arms and It was Inppy But the yourg mother grew thin and pile, mid tl-e'brate soldier's hair was turning while, because they saw Menona tlieie IIiourIi tlicj nccr spoke to her she nhvajs smiled n't them, and wondered what made tl.tui look so w an. By and by (lie Iitlty uesnn to droop Menona would fain hae made it will, but f,nl om soo;e " ".", ne,r l',.",11,', ; Iu'- T a. . .. - - -' ' The grief stricken parents wrun their hands and moaned: "Menona his takin our clulilr' but It wils nut i-o, i-lie had only recched it. Soon the bereaved ones said that their home was haunted; they could lue then no longer, s the sad faced w omau and the man whose curly locks had liecome as white as the driven snow, went far off to seek anotlier place of abode. Then a lI'eir hearts bo lightened. Upward this ork will lead thee, and rcgels guide thee on " Alice D. Iaj l'lon-eou in Homo Journal. Stories About the Man Milliner. In spito of the rise of many dressmakers in Paris who have n certain hold on tho fashionable world for a space and who safe cure, which is bediming iiiiriv popular threaten the supremacy of the chief cor- jam. hourly while he Is becoming weaker, ner stone of fashion, M. Worth remains. j'A ;,.,,,. insurance agent at Chilii as he has for nearly twent-flve years, nt cothe. Ohio, suffered for neatly three jeans the head. Parisians are never tired of with dvpep.ia in its worst forms, having telling stories of his wealth, his luxury periodical spells of vertigo, fainting and and his caprices. As to his whims, he c,in,. He wrote over his own signature: could give a prima donna points. Xot "I spent alHiut SS00. hid the best medical long ngt a customer went to him whom attendance, tried all the remedies reeom he kept on lier feet for two hours walking mended without success, until I was In np and down anil posing before him, dnced to trj Warner's safe cure. I used while he draped all manner of fabrics three bottles, have gainer) twenty pounds about her shoulders, pinned and unpinned, and feel like a new man." experimented with numerous comlnna-j Sucli a man as w have described, nine tions, and finally flnng everything down, times out of ten. unconsciously to himself declired he was not in the mood for com- or to his physician, has a kidney disorder. position anu, telling ner to "wait," went out and banged some three-quarters the door. After of an hour he returned. Whether he had been asleep or had had luncheon she never knew, but he came luck frcsii and buoyant and declared he hail an idea at I ist. Then he took lace and brocade and elv et, experimented n bit, made her walk up and down while hi) assistant played the "Invitation to the Waltz" on the piano, and finally dashed at her, whirled evirv thing nlxmt into a different position nnd said: "Midame, 1 havo ills cov cred you at last. You are the 'Invita tion to the Waltz '" She went home ex hausted nnd raging, but she admits th gownwas, when it came home, "a dream. ' If he does not know anything nbout a w oman he generally refuses to dress her at all. He prefers to make only for elu tinguished people, but ercu with these he is ierfee.Uy arbitrary. One will say, "I wuuluno robe prince-sso with boufTauts Louis XV." He replies, dryly: "I receive Instrnctiocrfrcninoone. I elres niadame. I shall make a Iouis XIII skirt, with Me dici IksIicc nnd collar," and sho takes that or doesn't get anything. If sho suggests red, he is sure to nal.e it blue; if she snjs "vehet Is most U-coming to me," he re plies, "I shall m?ke you a superb corsage of satin." An ctress went to him the other day and asked for a pearl gray costume. 'Tor what elo you tako roe" he cried, "fins perle isno longer worn; I shall not make it of gray." When sho in sisted he simply showed her the door. ;ew kork World. A .ei!- lark CInb Swell. He is a club man, nnd copies tho ovist ence of the rich club swells of London. He has a suite of apartments in an apart ment house nt tM.oiW a year, furnished at a cost of nbout (f.000 not half as costly in appointments as those of some other swells who "go iu for that sort of thing, don't you know?" He and "his nian," as the swells call a valet, occupy these rooms. Tliis man gets about $30 a week, and Las simple, though sometimes trying duties. It is his business to sit up for ids master at night to assist him, or to pui him to led, according to the swell's con dition Whether tI.o swell is bhud drunk or only just drunk, it is the duty of thr man to prepare a tepid bath, pull his clothes off, put him in tho tub nnd wash him, nnd then nib hun with coarse towels until his skin glows. . In the morning the fellow must hang about till his master stirs unless he has had orders to awaken him at a certain hour and then ho mast exercise him at a certain hour. This also is a peculiar Dperation. The man rubs the sw ell, sbip him to spur the circulation of his blood, pulls his limbs to limlier his joints, and then both put on boxing gloves and en gage in a lively and earnest fight. The w ires of a magnetic battery have been put in the warm bath that is nwaiting n-e, and the swell leaps into the tub and has the electric current strengthened until his skin tinges. He is then taken out, robed in a pajama of Turkish towel cloth and put on a lounge with the toweling nnder him re'ady to lie massaged, which is to say kneaded, slapped nnd pulled and rubben until he says his head feels quite it natural size again, nnd then he thinks he can manage a little toast nnd coffee nr.e. possibly a soft boiled egg or two His ruui. shaves turn while he waits for his break fast, Julian Ralph's tatter. Poison from the Human Teeth. The jioison conveyed by the human teeth is one of the most annoying that n physician ever has to elcal witlu A chewed car or a noe is months healing, where n more imisirtant wound inflicted by an in strument would readily yield to simple remedies I hav e had under my attention severe and most comphcateil cases of blood oisoning, in winch tho patient had but slightly abraded the hand in the course of a fight by striking his knuckles against the teeth of his opponent. I havo known hands thus poisoned only saved from um rmt.it ion liy the application eif all the le sourccs of science. Tobacco or w lusk y, or elisarrangemcnt of the stomach from many other causes, may be resjionsiblo for this po'souous condition of the teeth, and I au not prepared to say that a man with gooj health and a clean, sveet mouth woi-hi convey this poison, but I cm only speak of the frequency of this class of cases aud the difficulty of attending them suecess fullj Dr. A. C. Kobinson. "Golden at morning, silver at noon, and lead at night," is the old sajing about eat ing oranges. But there is something that is rightly named Golden, and can be taken with beneht at any hour of Wie day. This is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery', literallr worth its weight in gold to any one suffering with scrofulous affectlons.lm purities of the blood, or diseases of the liver and lungs. It is unfailing. By druggists, Hnrpmnr RswtwAll. nf faine. looks like a farm-hand and drives a bargain like Shy-1 lock or old. tie made a lortune out or. marble quarrying, and is devoting his time at present to keeping the fortune. A fine constitution may be mined by sim ple neglect Many bodily Ills result from habitual constipation. There Is no medi cine equal to Ayer's Pills for restoring the system to natural and healthy action. Farmer Dickinson, of Chatham X. J.. Is a skillful taxidermist, and that lie may have birds to stuff and sell, he breeds owls which he prepares for the market, which Is said to be firm. Ghamplla'a Liquid t-tari, OO Cents. Don't pay 75 unless bo printed on bottle' Casper, druyglst, 41 east Main street, at Ubel. ,50c and SI. Sample bottle free. REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVEaTOTQ !NX)VEMBER 4 MEN WHO WIN, riviBandrl Dollars thrown Away HU Aim Was 9uccea. A good healthy body Is almost sure to bo found aoclated with a good conscience. A close student of human nature is rarely willing to place large matters of trust In the hands of anotlier until he has teen the one whom he Is to trust. He looks for the trail health and Igor. the. honest, frank countenance and manly form, and In fart all that Is attractive in men. Ho doubts the digpept.c with sallow skin, drawn out featurt s, the t i lent neak and irritable nature. He feels as Shakspoare makes Julius Ca-sar saj: 'Let me hTrt men about me that are fat: Sleek .leaded men. and such as sleep ' nights; ion casitus nam i lean ana nuuery io-t ; lletlitnks too much, such men are danser ousi" He does nit doubt the honesty of the poor unfortunate, but he fears diseaso of the body will affect the mind, brlrg mis fortune upon the IndUidual. and loss to himself. It may be iiiiu-tlre to the weak, but if the man has not the mental strength, or lie Is wrapped up in his misery, he cannot take in the situation of the world, does not see that ideas are broadening.and that lms and teachings iin- advancing! How can an emplojer hope for success from sucli a man? Thedjspepiic look, the wax-like complexion and sallow features show dis ease. The far-seeing man notes all theso signs, and knows that the great light of man. the brain, is affected, or will be. atno distant day. He discards tho poor ictim of disease who goes w eanly out into the world. Dis c imaged at last he takes to his sick bed. Iln seeks medical aid. Lacking the broad ideas of ttiesueesful man of the World. he tries the sinie medical treatment that ho has tried many times bofore. The same bigoted counsel is sought, the same drugs are administered by tho same old family friend that treated hun months and ears before, and his parents before him. and In such a wav he drags out his miserable, un successful etisttn-e. Is he to blame? Why not? When he sees daily, and boars from every side, proc lamations of a reined known as. Warnei's wineli is rsst wasting ins noiy and life. He sees the nu rlts of WamerV safe cure at every turn, and hears it proclaimed from the house tops, and yet he does not use it, because it is siid by his illiberal physician that it Is not professional, and not adrait- ted by the code. Meanwhile the man of ' the world presses forward, cares not a fig for this or that school; his aim iu life Is success and he looks hoiefiil!y forward to the world bet nnd. believing and trusting in man in this world, and to his faith for the world beyond. Attack on Iirthn-nrks. In the case of attacking columns ad vancing on an enemy's earthworks, much depends on tho general in charge of the ntuck, who, in order to feel the pulse of the resistance effectively, should bo sta tioned, in spite of the great personal risk, midway between the extreme line of the attack nnd the reserve-, sei ns to lie ablo to judge correctly the right moment in which to call fer tho reserves. In all attacks there are the reckless, fearless men, who will rush forward and get killed. Then there arc the men of moderate conrace, who will stanil fire for a considerable tune, but eventually waver if subjected to a considerable loss, and lastly, the faint honed men, who are ever ready to turn their backs to the enemy. The order to bring the reserves into action. In tho opinion of Gen Skobcleff, should bo given while the men of moderate courago are not demoralized, since u wait until they wa-rere.il would probably mean utter ile .-at. Capt. J. G. Knight's Lecture. After Middle Life. After middle life it is niwavs to bo rec .rniretl that n process of degeneration lias Icgun. '1 he tissues are less flexible and less easily nourished. Organs have not the activity of youth. Some of them have b-eouie more or less impaired. Tho safety is in recognizing the fact and treating them accordingly. It is wonderful how the system often liears up under the par tial disability of an organ or a part if there is adaptatiou to its weakness, nnd "ome compensation therefor. In a state of liability eacli organ tends to givo to some ither a helping hand. 1 hey will bo w orkers tor each other if only we are coworkers. The enlarged heart, freed from exc.'te ment nrel fatigue, lasts a score of years, f ho weak stomach accepts tho substituted ligestion of the rest of the digestive tract irthe outside digestion which chemistry Tilers Kt en old age tends to last. Bos Liu Budget. The rarlnian llarbrr. Underlying the smile entirely deep there a no laugh broader tli.ui the one en-;endcre-tl by the Americin's first visit to oiffeurin Paris. Accustomed to luxurious 'barber's, shops," where a man is shave-d and shanqiooul in e-ase nnd comfort, ho at first growls, then demurs, then sighs, and finally amused by the semi barbaric con ditions l.e finds here luste-nd of a rest ing place for his back and u stool whereon tostretihhis legs, he must sit liolt up right and lake his scraping. Instead of a good rubbing of his head after the shave which iu America he always has had without etri ch irgc he is ahed by the "artist" if he it ill hive "friction." This, if lie accepts it, means the sprinkling of few drops of some to heaven ciiitlliug tonic upon Lis hair, nccomiiamesl by a few strokes of a hair brush. Galiguani. An Old Man's Mlslity Muscle. Gen. I'avrat possessed enorme-us strength, even in his old age. Feeling ill one day, Fat rat s?nt for the doctor As the latter was sitting bv the bedside tho old warrior begin to lament: "Ah, dear doctor, I nm not thi man I was; voucin't imagine how weak I nm getting; Ivok here'" And with tirse words ho grasped with his right hand one of the legs of the chair on which the doctor was sitting and pftcil ImjUi the chair and its exjeupant a collide of feet from the ground. 'Vein see !t takes quite nu effort." I.e Monde lllustric. A er rtnslness Kntcrprb-. The Chicago Mill Ins learned that rn enterprising man in Cliieaco proposes to procure tin boscs just large enough to hold an onlina samlv.ich, piece of pie, a flask cf coffee and Chinese napkin. He will fill a light wr.gon with them, and at a certain hour the lunch hour will de liver to his patrons n bu-cand contents for the sum of fifteen cuts. He says his scheme is working, that he has secured over 1500 subscribers. As rapidly as his business increases he will put on more wagons Xew York Tribune. Another Health ltesort. Las Parmas, on the northeast coast of Grand Canary, long known as one of the most beautiful nnd populous towns of the Canaries, i now extolled for its advant ages as a health resort, its invigorating air being attributed to the special in- 3ncncc of the trade wind in that locality - ' i.u. A factory owner in Brooklyn claims lo bave sold CCOO.COO iound of licorice last year to a tobacco firm. On" of 3Iany. VlCTorc X. Y., Feb. 1st, 1SS7. Mr. O. F. Woodward. Dear Sir: Sei d me one-half gross Kemp's Balsam, SOc. size, and a few samples, I certainly knew j that Kemp's Balsam is the best selling cougn cure. 1 nave uiieen oiuer coucu anu lung remedies on my shelves, and Kemp's Balsam sells 10 to 1 best of all. Kespait fully yours, F. E. Cobb. Sold by 1". J. LOCAL NOTICES. A am For All. In order to give all a chanoe to test It, and thus be convinced of Its wonderful curative powers, Dr. King's Xew Dicovery for consumption. Coughs and Colds, will be, for a limited time, given away. This offer is not only liberal, but shows unbounded faith In the merits of this great remedy. Alt who suffer from Couirtts. Colds. Con ' Ju",,,p,io"v1As"'.n Bronchitis, or any af- wiiviivi & ij.na..,,i(-3.,ui xj.iiiKa.niv; rapt to tally requested to call at Charles Ludlow & Co.'s Drug store, and get a Trial Bottle Free, Large Buttles 81. lleiiew. Her Youtli. Sirs. Plicebe Cliesley, 1'ronton, Clay Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by the residents of the town: "I an 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress mjsllf without help.. Now I am free from all pain and soreness, and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for having re newed my vuuth. and removed completely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, only If 50c at Charles Ludlow & Co.'s Drug Store. Hncklln'sArDicm salve. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt llheam, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all ssin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It it guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Charles Ludlow A, Co. One cf the attractions at the mechanics' fair in San Francisco was a fountain that gushed forth Angelica wine free to any one who wished to drink. In another depart ment of the exhibition was a tale eight feet high and fourteen feet across, which had been made from a single transuerso section of a Humboldt county tree. eokV- pavrsg&; thousands suffering- from Asthma, Con. sumption. Coughs, etc Did yoa ever try Acker's English HemedyT It is the beet preparation known for all Lung Troubles, old on a positive guarantee at 10c, 60c Frank U. Cobl-ntz, corner Market and High streets. A London a . inent interesting to admirers of Dr. Johnson, offers for sale the house In which he was bom 178 years aeo. describing it as a "large, substantially built and commodious dwelling house-, with dra per's shop." "BCcnr-PAinA. Quick, complete cure, all annoying' KIdi,ey, bladder and Urinary Diseases, f 1. AtDnurgiata. "HOrCJII ON BILE" PII.I.H 10c. susd tie. Email granules, small dose, big results, pleas ant in operation, don't disturb the stomach. ROUGH ON KIHT." Ask for "Rough on Dirt ;" A perfect waehfng powder found at last 1 A harmless extra flee A 1 article, pare and clean, sweetens, freshens. bleaches and whitens without sllghest Injury to finest fabric UnequaUcdforunelinensana laces, general household, kitchen and laundry use. Softens water, saves labor and soap. Added to starch increases gloss, prevents yrl lowing. actOc.SScatGrotxnordTBawguta. An Auburn rul-s of three summers saw a funeral procession the other day, and earn estly osked her mother if the man on top of the hearse was the one who killed the people ho carried inside of it. fC cw vv ' tu8 Bd tilings of this WV jifo are gorrowfaiiy let alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents, by Frank U. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. "Xow," said a Walnut street Sunday school teacher, "Our lesson today is about fie bailie between David and Golish. Why did they light?'' Little tow-head For the gale receipts and points. Sir John Lubbock says that among a certain hill tribe of India it Is a mark of r"siev-t and gratitudo to put the thumb to the nose. LOCAL NOTICES. Advice lo Mother. . Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil dren teething, is the prescription of one of the nest female nurses and physicians in the United States, and has been used for years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen tery and diarrba-a, griping in the bowels and wind colic By giving health to the child It rests the mother. Price 35c a bottle. Mnny Peottle Kefu.e tu Take Cod Liv er Oil on account of its uupleasant taste. The difficulty has been overcome in Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Uypophos phites. It being as palatable as milk, and the most valuable remedy known for the treatment of consumption, scrofula and bronchitis. Physicians report our little pa tients take It with pleasure. Try Scott's Kmulsion and be convinced. My sox has been afflicted with nasal ca tanh since quite young. I was induced to try Ely's Cream Balm, and before he hat. one bottle that disagreeable catarrhal smell had all left him. lie appears as well as anyone. It Is the best catarrh remedy in the marktL J. C. Olimttead, Alcola, Illinois. Mr. A. Nichols suffered from catarrh for years. He purchased a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm of us. He is now almost cured, and say s you cannot recommend it too highly. Evers Bros., druggists. Inde pendence, Iowa. Kxcltament Over m Marveloua Cara En Kmrlnud. The newspapers of Great Britain are tilled with accounts of the wonderful re covery of a young man who had been so ill with asthma and rheumatism that he was not able to lie down in bed for nine long years. The cure was elue to the Shakers of .Mount I-banou. X. Y. They sty that this, like nearly all others, was the result of in digestion, and that the Shaker Extract of resits (Siege Is Strap) effected this wonder ful cure by restoring the digestive organs to a healthy condition, obviating entirelv those disagreeable turns of sick headache, bll- iousues, etc The Shakers say that ehey hate spent fifty years in perfecting this remedy for dy spepsia, and that its effects npon the digestiteorgansis something won derful. For diseases of the throat or lungs they recommend the Shaker Tar Capsules. tim&mm does cure Rfjeumatlsar Neuralgia VfTTous naj- ache. If will ure YOU. Jfulrie rfmedyftaf ra iuc- cestrui Stood ir.e frsto timf. Stnd cents for tiful colortd bicture."Mooi Ciri. JMilahhi llWall St'NrwVors. 'ITS' Ft .STOPPED FREE i hair Ptnons Rtstored ' NFRVEHEATORFB lAlBBAI1tkNltKVBDaASBS. Om$Srt llHrAlXIBLB ifUkea U dirtxicd. NaFttmflr fiwtt sfj mm. Trettitt ad Jt trial bctolm fret to Fitratrenn tlrCTMniiar erDmcJisUwMbM wheal I received, Sd Mei, P. O and iintu addrtw of ftrnicTtMtoi'R KL,iNtiif ArcrtM. ratucKii B Uniggnu. MUUAiLE OF IMITATING FM. FALD WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS Orih.Bnd'.nlsrtwdandKnasthMud Fall narttrn Lr..nl MM (re. EBIK Mtll.CU., BcrraLOi Y. SUFFERERSKERVOUSMESS1 twnltot OTorwoildlicmton.t., Jdfs abov TW Great fcaIUk I'lisiirtrssa Cores II raX-nesf. Sprrmatomkea. Aattstiona. muorVncvandall Dis eases causxl br self abuas or lo- aUrretinn. Oiwt naekan. SI. air Si' i By mail. Write for Pamphlet. lulsM M usMaBucai amrnu jauvas, 011 on or address The. TronMrnawist. oner Main ana aurcel strawu. up ve.riAgwBt. onlv'.arsVoar'slPjwar fsawfV55vUnlsslstsl: bmWLZ ,.5. '5a HTio-rViAmafWBS! .a Nnhalltsbilmta ishaK litsna, rosraV i&rseK'&i&gg'Tt&K tt-t - 1887.;. ' litre Them n Chnoe.l I That Is to say, y6urhrags. Also iiryohr' ureainmg ruacninery. v ery wonderful ma chinery It is. Xot only the larger alr-pass- gea, out me mousanu3 or little tuoes and cavities leading from them. When these are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to be there, your lungs cannot half do their work. And what they do, they cannot do well. Call It cold, cough, croup, pneumonia, catarrh, consumption, or any of the family of throat and nose and head and lung ob structions, all are hd. All ought to be got rid of. There Is Just one sure way to get rid of them. That Is to take Boschee's tierman Syrup, which auj druggist will sell you atJ5 cents a bottle. Een f everv thing else has failed you, you may depend upon mis ror certain. The trumpet Is to take the place of the Greek cross as a symbol of the uniform of the Huston liremen. and thus will pass away anotherof the th!ugs-w Inch hate coutrib uted toward making that town the Atheti of America. ftcVWP tbe CWWren- They are e OVXVrV, peci.Hr ilab, gudJen Colds, toughs. Croup, Whooping Cough, etc We guarantee Acker's English Remedy a positive cure. It saves hoars of anxious watching. Sold b Frank H. Coblentz, corner Maiket an High streets. Helen Mamma, what is a casus belli? Mother My child, neverspeak of anything so indelicate. It is the Latin for stomach ache. iZJ """l .s"1"" on Euth for Pain." win --"-- sis'j mn mj oiar anown rcm- vyj- Kheumatuni. hraralirl. p.tr.UMga, BMU OCT'S. Dams. Scalds. Cnu. (TO. llearUT. Konw, rrcblm. 'kM-lia. Cmlturrfin-n ThmaL Adfttlt. W HMl. HMtulu. Taottacbft. Sprains, tc me r( a. noiueL bom or all klrneaifts. Oation. 7 m IgzSfSWJiav Klr salraHcm (HI bean or - rrgiaCTfel jrade-WATK, and oar faesimna stenstora. A. c. Meyer Cos, Sol .vf.wwi ., i i.niwjre, 4.u v. 0. A. l .iir. Boii-a eoinrnii will enre yonr Coaah ai one, l'rice only S3 ('Is. a bonlr BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. C.1 . OOMYKBHB, Dtrrii. raaLota, Rooms 56, Mtteheil Block. A.LWWIS, i oarrriT, S. 7, Cor. Main aud Market Stt. w, H.SJ2IT1I, a avu ur icana tsith airrss wirDo:rrn, Masonic Balliin. JOB PRINTERS. Hs. MJiliocKER, w and 57 Arcade, Print! or. Enzrarer and Fuclonabie Stationer, weadlaggviilsan-l calling eardi a specialty. MAGEE'S BOSTON HFATER. This Furnace hrs no equil for simplici ty, durability and economy. Is constructed of heavy steel plate. Is i b;-e heater, easily controlled, ami is exempt from the possibility of gavleaking joints. Amplo Heffrrace (JiTen. Sola ivv Humphreys & Raymond. 17 TT. 3Ti.in St. SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO. X tlc-1 Contractor-'. SEALED PHOTOS IL. -till be ns-eited at the orBce of the city clerk ol Hit city ol Spring ncld.Ublo.torfuruts'iiin: i-uttenils an I con structing a sewer Irom 'titer s-reer east to the .Market street w-r. on each s'-teol the new Market house, pioposel to teriecledby said city, acconttrg to the plans aad soc-ciAc-a-tlonstherelt-roD Ale In the u!ce of Ihe city civil emclneer. All bids must beforfurnishinca'I the mate rials and omiiletlcg th9 work acfordlia; ti said plans aud spectncatlons. work. lot com menced at such time as council mil lu-reallei designate. and to be completed mthln thirt days thereafter: bids mustsuie price for la borand material separately, must be signed by the full name nf all persons interested Ir said bid, and shall also le signed by some re sponsible disinterested person as aeunriniet that a contract will bo entered into aad tin work performed, provided said bid Is accept ed, aad must be on file with the city clerk ol or before twelve o'clock noon on Thursday, thi ll.tb day of Xotember. 1S87. to be opened anr pubd-ly read immediately thereafter, aspro videdby law. and reported to council at Its first regular meeting thereafter. The city council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals presented foranyreasor tbey may deem sufficient. Dy order olcouucll 25Um J.S.SHEWvLTER.CltyClerk. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. The only U SEAM LK88I BBOSIBin. wona.wn OOK ISCM Or BUU1B Finest air, Kneci : and warranted. Coo Button and Lace, styles toe. AsstyU and durable as tool costing S3 orl mU wear tha i DocaiAa i ST. I DOUGLAS J.SO "HOE U wnJ wf r&IrBrotoo'.'lSSi! BOSTON SHOE STOKE, EXCLUSIVE AGEHTS Mo. 9 Eatt Xaln 8lre-t. MprliigCo'd, O (tare made with patent double acting rods sad roiaing anco rest. lasm. .Htd.ntl.l aaa li smsl avrtrnsV I Used In the best Bands and orcnestrts. unequaiea tor 1 .u. .it others In 1 noliri and appearance. If s nearest jsiuia ui - Bnot keep them, write to us Vi timmted Catalotnie. HKALY. Ohtaasjo, lit. kUDeiier. FREE TO ALL. lUr24Daira Miurnetie JonrnuL Ithe largeta In the world, will be malic! free to any adarewi, or can be obtained by cal Hup at my omcc Journal conimoa hundred of letters from Da tlenta that I have cured. Bond me name and address on postal Mtsifiw tHaWtto tktvl ar ick VaVtl I trill mall Uea Jlirtil ffM. ltrMulttnilldlieajM. ftoMltsllnfffj. omwem, n w. roPKTa rr.. eweunfan; a Hi kvinlftsafaTsi jslftmni' HiiislBfi sHsilw :li HHHsaK i3 WjcrtiTLCNCN ram ar us-a SaWl Bl-rf BcY-si-i trc-cVA? SsatsW tn all c,Vr bbTjsT u & i&jT s, Bat J T SI aassK- M .Hoys- -cy sjjs- . nnirr af tv"-iaaaw -i.ruiifjtSsP SBBBSswaaBswawaw', s ., .. atM.i J Oli !JMMMt riaCSSsS I aamlasxaxaaaiataw.MaanariaauiaaaaiSaBS T-WSWg asssssB H sa asa IssaL AKlH! POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder net et varies. A marvel of on- my. strength and wholesomeness. Moreeco- uumirai nun ine e-rdlnary Wed. and cannot be sold In competition with Ihe multitude of low test, short weicht. alnm or phosphate powders sold only In cans Horn. Iiiaixo I'owufr Co . 106 all t-treet. Xew York THIS is the top of the gen uine "Pearl Top" Lamp Chimney, all others similar are imitations. ,, . . , This is the exact label on each one of the Pearl Top Chimeys. The dealer may say and think he has as good, but he has not Insist upon the exact label and top. GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. Pittsburgh, Pa. r 'Judicious Advcbtisiho is the , RtTSTONCTOSUCCISa." I HUBBARD lADVIRTISINaJ I EtECVWOTTtPtaS. i Lowest Prices consistent wtttl 1 t Sick Headache 1 BT TJBErO TEE OESTTCTE Dr.C.HcLaae'i LXVEB FILLS PRICE, 25 CENTS. aSaHBaaaaawlSaBlSend ns the ootside wrapper from a box of the genuine Da. C. McLAJt'ES Celeebated LrvEa Pius, with your address, plainly writ, ten, and we will send you, by return mail,a magnificent packageof Chromatic and Oleographic Cards. aBaHBaBal FLEMING BROS. PITTSURCH, PA. brml 3J cul. for oar ounce box of U ane mtans3. er7SllswoaUlfxwt8:intk.cliuL WaoLiuu Paica Lai ent enly wbec appUcaUos It stxcnpaBlMl by tat!DSsicard. IJM.J JIEDAt, PABI3, IS? BAKER'S Warnui'vd abMoluttiy pur Cocoa, from which lbeexoi Oil La3 been reroovfd. It hat4rvf iiM Vie ttrtngth f I Cocoa roUtV with Starch, .iroxrroH orPugai anil t thf rt'forc far more ecooouti cal. conUny le9 tSan one ent cp It U deMciou. nourtWagr .trethnInr clly digested, aw ,:JninMy adapted lor tai-allda at Wvll a4 for pornon n bi-!lh. hoU by Crueera ettTymbcru t, nm & CO., Dorcliestfir, Ian MAR LIN REPEATING RIFLE fffiT UI TUI Iwikmssii. ...i.v.. 11b rsrh vjaFwrnsjasaF a lutflr safe. X&ue Is a klStrt. t rlartrtta,lram. BALLARD fallen. Il..tl-r ..a 1 arret Rl- e ee.4 r.r llllrled C.lMl.m.. MmrUa rtrw Araaa Vm., & U.t.a, C t. weak men: x'WOMIN'-oKU; law ItsUtr. Iat In. a..a fem T.t.fiJ emi, a. alesly at knfne. USas. KMa ea all s-rlvate Jl.a.e. test free. (ew) lerlrellr rellnble. Wm rear espeetrace. Xao U. U. J-.e Mrsl. '.. HLaeJ. aaa. ftj. PENMiwVAI. tVAFED an) rasucoessfuirs-u rdno-ihly by over 10,000 Ladles AtvSar.Etrcctualmdettataia y Mp-rbolijmad,LrctdreigrJsta.ffcnfad s.Jtarffctti.uarsneageyMarppa. Addrea? Taa Kcbuci e'ursi- l (v.. jjuwort. atxa ror -aie b) Frau D. Cul.lenla and AM ftaalinn. A co ."PETi urn .n7vLaXtkxartaa xiseaaaxt tL- aaa J MRTirx7 til j alarrjirtia4a-l " " ijt..Wi AaailaE AltllllAaa&E ;ia4crifilrTMuataj.c- taSOCC 1 MWf. p'alra,la '( 'fl 9t- . nawtBraaaai a-.ar i rasn iriina mil sri pTasnaiitirniiaRtBtTC'-vectJlfind i JSES.1 Tflthtwb9irii:hcaOoortaycbssorl frmra rraogntaMat by lnluwrUoa.i:rsaKin,ul wx. ortoo frsa ladalcnas wa aa that yoa r.yf .." i at..iw3ryioirglr Meqoes t ai 1 1 i i "vw-'aiui SrUIWladraaOSWi lH3niaBKKB i ! OuesaaaaR--. . u vsaaaaw. li-a iiaS' Si-S HAL PASTILLES. acsdU&T2fcrI.C7ro3sD.lu:itT.s!iranus WsaxaMaaii;hTreeirMccrl7 XjrinacrlHa awasasaiea. -I'cira-' ftrE'chSYacraia. i taoeaa&aemse-. isr & ul RAILROAD TIME GAKD. Flrubaisr, Cincinnati,-nnd Sr. Loot Kail' way Company Fan Handle Koou. Under sehtdule In ITect Septf mtx-r 25. 1897, trains leave Spritigneld, central stand aru time, forXenla, Cii.ciiinati and Coima bog, "7:15 a. m., tor ilaytcu T:I5 a. m., for Xenia and inoianadis f 10.-0 a. m., forXeuia, CincinnatL Columbus. Indian apolis and Chicago, J:I0 p. in.; lor Xeuia, - xayion ana uinciiirjatt, Vt.j p. in. Trains arrive in rint,ii 'd at f7:15 anal 10:20 a, m.. f5.00 p. m. ai l 6:40 p. tc, Daily. fDaily escept bunday. Sam Dodds. 'lickt: AgenL Oiwrwlaad, Colaanbaa, llrclne&ii aa ladlanapolls riallcay. orae sis-'. Wbzht im-ji , 1 'Waas u New Yora A Boston fciprcss 9.5uta t Haw York UmltedKxprcssJ a viejawacrnrxtre .totsi -.iSSS Hiaht IzBraaa J pt., On. A Wes. Ki J Cln-riilrorBiiekev ClnejanatfA ladlaaaDoiti Iti, limi TS I Se7'?4Clneinnatl Kxnresi" 1J0MS WBtL.ia..8t.LoulsAKan. Bx. iva raoyi i-jst. Mght Eipress 1 ciu rljiuicUuckeiu -tt-s -220 a .iis yreJan X Cincinnati Express- v.m, s .u G ---- j.ai10.... ijii Lain ..s "'.1'u'iKuav.incliiujtl i.i"l3ipra aaairs raox bocte. jurm Kxprcas J? Wu8prln;neldAceoai.fr,r- U New Tor A hostoo LlailtcdJ" Ctevelacd A Kistern fcxpreis Sora'l5SprC,,C!: -ISass -Mam J0bsb -nana -SJllaaa f"-ias uroUKb 5 lot pen to Now York .pst Boytoa without ehanre. aavaia tha famnn. tlmle . . yjossjaeatlTalfoi sleepers, east ot Clerelaaal EZ&JtiK& t'rom 3PrtnKe!4. Hakes KSont " Di j54Mtoa ia MH e.B.KsiaaT. DMAHTW. K. M.Zicaet Azent. AreeaeDenot. Sartazfleld.0. Ohio and JCrle fioata M.K. All trains ran on Central timo-JS mlontaw ilower than city time. ""o uunsaaa TTUISS LUTI OOIJO X.ST. !J?- - ?ew York Limited, daily ZOJX s. sa. r Aecomilytxcptauuday.3J7p.aaT So. S-eworlt FastKipre.. .lu.iiplin iuj'i Lufi uoiao wa 5o. 3. Cln. A br, Louis Ka..ua.i, 1. Aeeomoally Z:t a, sr. .10-lOs.ra. a. ai. iuis Kx.. dally 3.M o. No. 5 has Ihrourn .neen-r. -.. -e i.t... i.. 4 runs through to ew York solid. So chance of ears tor any class of passewrers. Free hack to trains to ad poibts east of. aat laclodlnc north LewisburK. For tickets to all poluti and farther Infc. aUon.eallan J. D. Paurssa. Telephone eauao. wsss, lacUaaa, Blooaal acton mad Wawtrra ataB. way. aurva raoa soara. I Cincinnati Express, 1 COast - Sass . 439BS1 145aai . iKia ' . I03SSS . "505pai , . laiara . 45am iSpra .2 43am 5 banduaky and aprtuzfield Jur i Columbus Mall . . . o asaivs i-aou aasr. I Nitht Express 5 Chteaco. St. L. A Kao, City Um t oauauaayataii 3 Lblcaco, St- L. A Kan. City Ex aaaivs from wist. J Eastern Krnr AtlanUc Mall- New Kork Limited nxTAsr come xoith. 2 Lakeside Express- 4 Put-In-Bav xnress . lOsSara 1 Sprtnxfleta aud sandusky Ex- . aapa . llSaat . ys.Jaaa . 6asi I DKraar ooiso east. 2 Columbus bx press Atlantic ilall- i Columbus Aecormnodstion- new lork Limited-. 435 Dsraty aoisQ west. I Nif ht Express i Chlcato. ot. L. A Kan. City Us. Chlcaao. ot. L. A Kan. City Kx . IK - 700a .5 15 pat Ohla Sonthrro Railroad, aaaivs hcm socra. 3 Balnbrtdte Accoramodation 1 Mall and Kxpreaa nu-ABrr ootva anrrrif. owasa 4PS1 IDSia i msu aaa express. 4 Batnbiidse Accommodation 53SBXS All trains marked - run dallyiau otters dally except Sunday. Standard time, which Is M ratautes slower than Spr njrtie id dry tune. , Vii.lLEFFEKMAIf. D. n ROCIIE. Ticket Ateat. Oeneral Ajrent. I WAST AGENTS f MISSOURI STEAMWASHER. To x&ta on J women of 9TST and abilitj. MeUnfl tKUlblaa.kreSaUl tFl terBft ari!I hat arita- lhtWa he. works oa asev rnacfpl-5tKhMTjblos 'aesl Mh.nc eaorotxisvj' Samcla lent am fua Mslta trtal. on libera) terms. r b r turnd at mfiponse if not aat.sftctorv turned at mf f ipense if r $6omo$oo0i bTrtwfsWt,sriify- led nart ttc a auwa-fsa. j-uuiio uni masi.aa: is a pnecoanu.1 afvccssai 9fTwlaer lllxMratlcirraarsacl tens tnK r J. W9BTH.SRU afrmvTTO Txmxx yc.ST.LKi3,jJt llxia44fu tttmtiniamrarrtitTtlaL4j Ounas " RemovM jj Tan. Sunburnt D a ettnss, atoa quKoandAH IruMCt Brbss. Itsrixs, axoTcxas, and wranr form otakja Maasls'ias. piaQ-erXrawrad I em tho raosa ilrtlrate afcta llsartasaassr.es- HopCdivtnumt. XHca SScta, soraa, aaa At arurzUBB ar Bar saa SoalsBVaa'Ta; Oo,.K.w- London. Can. saa sasa rmasar sfcex-aeanar no. a,lB. Far aala by all Sprlacaelol Drucrlata. $6 a Day -A Gold Mine For Agents. Qrandest Money M.iklnclinsl. nam. ever onerea. a eoiaen narTers icr ids next Two Months. ? rr .nouihand ex penses to active men to sell r-jr coods. -lo Capital Rrqalrad Xo pediitcs- bample case of roods sad valuable Information and full particulars FRKtu No huo.i.uc: we mean last what we say. Address at once Htunilanl ftllvrwr lo, K.I..n. M. WANTED L . DIKS for our Fall and Christ mas trade, to take Merit, pleasant work at their own homes. 1 to j3 per day can be qui etly made. Work sent by mail any distscee. 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