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RA I GaN I LLT.
Speak gently-it is better far
To rule by love than fear;
Speak gently-let not harsh words mar
The good we might do here.
Speak gently-love doth whisper low
t The vows that true hearts bind.
dAdpt fr dshl's aon tsflow.
Speak gently to the little c;lid.
Its love be sure to galn;
Teaob It in accents soft and mnld.
That it may long remain.
Speak gently to thb aged one,
OrIeve not the care-worn heart.
faml e eto og eaor a,
They may have tolled in vain;
; Perhaps unkndness made them so;
Oh! win them back again.
'Speak gently to the young, for they
WIN have enough to bear,
Pass through this life as best they may.
'Tf all of anlious care.
Speak gently, kindly to the poor.
Let no hush tone be heard;
Thy have enough thoy must endure
Without an unkind word.
Speak gently-He who ave His life
To bend man's stubborn will,
Speak gently-'tle a little thing
Dropped in the heart's deep well.
The good, the joy which It may bring
aermity shall tell.
A WIP' ,OHARM.
PhUidlphi venlng CaiL
A pout upon the red lips of Geild Sin
dair's young wife-unmistakably a pout
--br though a wil o almot two years,
The hay ball of the season, a grand
aNd Mbhonable assemblage, was to take
place daring his absence, and he had
aid that he should preler she would not
She was only twenty. Let this much
be sld In eMtuaton of the two great
teas that rose to the brown eyes sad
sowly taekled down the pretty ace,
splashg on the dainty morning dress,
which, lging to the dainty form, re
ashamed of this one of her chren.
But Gerald Sinclair had only stooped
and kled away the glistening drops in
Shalf-hurried maner, perhap to hide
his awakeming nre .
"Never mind, litt wird; I'll eake it
up to you aother time."
"The he was gone ; but she sat still,
trmlag and retuaming her wedding ring,
wih eyes best upon t. It was a curious
sg-s msolid band-sat with Ave large
It had been he charm, her talisman,
notto be taken from her Anger until
saol and body had parted; but this
miaing It had let is charm. If It ll
Ives whei the houar caa round hr
GeWmid's hb-esmiag he mimed his a
al weloome; but he thought that
hhlit e heat and maid
"You're not gng, my dear? exclaim
ad M. Martin, bursting in upon her
Mead the moelag of the ball. "And
"Gerad in away," rplil s. 1
latrg with a little show of wilily
dlp , as though the Act were in itself
-Is Martind betn . bewitch
..s- w' . . ;e.as e ..as an.s
wish t4191*** **WIN not
'I w*. A *Seaat i uw'eruw
Apm p.isand M nd to sometaeany
.· 1L,;?Uu(,; ..
4r ~r~l~~i~,"l,~~etr lI
The bell was at its height as the clock
rang out the hour of midnight, but for
the first time in her life light and gayety
were distasteful. A hundred times she
wished herself at home.
"I will tell Gerald. I have already
been punished," she whispered to her
self, as she stood for a moment alone in
a' quiet corner.
"Youlook more like a nun than a
fairy--rather like one who had fore
sworn the vanities of the world, than a
siren to tempt men to their destruction,"
sail a voice close to her, though to the
latter I know no one more fitted."
"Sir!" ahe exclaimed, indignantly, re
cognizing, as she spoke, the count stand
Zi ing at her elbo. '
-'', yopt thought I did not know you.
l should penetirdt any dibguiee you wore.
besides y4}i Jae fdr~itten to remove a
bedgeof r lo n.itfdii"
Shetollngow with her eyes hid doe$ -
ardglsacei, and qi that it rested 6n
her hand, u ;g , adeii in better tceord
ita' the ig~ic of eher eostume.
SInvoiiterii she drew it away, with
the whhid had betrayed her.
Denial was useless.
"Since ou know are, then," she said.
"we will not further play a part. To the
others we a~p masks; to ourselves, we
'Oh,adam," be whispered, "let us
iather say to the world we are ourselves,
to each other we are a mask. Can. men,
think you, look cold y on such beauty as
aril I alars ma she checked his
iMer spse by eUting frward to a
qapa him. His hand.closed on hers as
in- vise. She wrenched it frog him,
nnga m¢ng a crowd of maskes, and
geoum h to the door.
·' g for me," she directed.
a- T ! ufi In she was withi her
fis t t isptule was ti6t
S "Dated e wtk ich had esused
- her aso *ch trouble; her next to throw
Sb haelfon the bed It sob out her 'exeite
at ent and contUtion.. The morning sun,
sreamiag ' _oher room, awoke her.,
.With sshudder pie rememiibered the
d eiraof s pou. n iht. ~ ' loheokd
Le I da bant herebe a4d whuca hod
,d ptIrtesd by. another's .toueh-'
S tl ~ Man.way she.er ee d to find
the ooatamir tion immded on It soft,
hite faes.' it was unmarred, but
h he lookerdht--! rubbed hr eyes
at dlopked, t color meanwhile lltter
od atfi s beeks and her ple lis
Irer as ifher-hfrtmedto stand
S lin a sddea agoy offa :r, for from
, e third 'S was is' ang the tails
eJ- i' a . .d
When sad whse she had lost it, and
how could she andthe courage to con
fes ~ * to lesald' t Sheroeand dressed,
e. revoelargthis pioblem in her mind.
d At say hor her huband might re
ntoii. fr sst time she dreded-to
m ehmi tfeidsl41 look intohis klh
Sly;' ls sad rest there all hi'
ncredulouj o h, minded perhaps
iwth moorn thtd b.om t
STheday wore on. ~er !ead, Mrs.
Marti ran la to seld her for her d e
;, tie;but he pale haesnd taemb'
I, tommeenads good hr plea of sadden ill.
SAt nightfall Gerald aurive. She
hhrtiheslUlintoulis arms in a burst of
;but when he wonder
shy " t se never tht
be might look stera l toMl
A week passed, when one evening, sit
aihtwli t, a step sunaded close
dehr.' She lookbd up t6 discover
e oai nte ' . '. -
ei .MqI not now
nowundew iprotection of my own
- He was bot t answer when a latch
r ey was herml tedt n th outside
ia an instant hei8 'rang into some
Ilbar ofWs, thei maeende espe
" sld,"iab saemid. "I have a bitter
onisspL to' aake: It is taing you
I shoeld hear It ow."
Ie *Mi a ali~a l ii folded -ar"
I h el imse, 8he told m all thee
- rtheesI malght.
** i ot' hulfl'eem bitter
i ~aywhe sel4, lwa e
i witas, who has irped i hated pree
y naaron. me fhe Count Blelso
As ah e soe she drew aside the cuh
* alta $U tm ma rti yo peeedl to di.
I dthe w oas the opes window ay h t-l
lwth oyl thes bald drew a paper
i wresh ebuiad hrowed her a par
e ar a warid for the arrest of
Iah adk reiadtledr kiwt as the Count
you hadI I. magine what I e. d
ndrmmrA merg whea, arrvin at
the scene of eioinu whaee I
r Illowed you, I diaoerwho was your
companion ltood near you ad heard
the words he addroed to you-hard
wrenhyou r held, ad
lso sa y did noe , l the ~ e
throah the owd, and knew that you
lad mdaedy haet y l bitherest ptu'sh
ment. Ithn bwbeoin t xh miy bnrttsh
that the count has beean traced ad ex
posed. Only this mornin I recovered
o u .. heausetIh lnese he
I had It as semurity. Oncs more
the U aay st Mr. ArseSi
la Boston ldy was riding in a street
ear, It baig Ml, she stood and balanced
heself by a penant trp A gentle
her asked hew ow to And
ta do n *a gv. eud h hr
rr h vhe needed his seat and
had the eourage of his convicdons, as
En-8uaster OGwi, of Califora, now
lies In Washington. "No, r," he said
toe iand the othday. I never
re the m ain s erelea nte e
rseaa ienhe an u mki abcs he
STil HINDOO PROBLEM.
The Misery of Ovr-PepualatiU Increased
by Eaglis Baul and ChristiasltY.
M. D. Conway on India.
Every rough method by which nature
was wont to relieve herself of a surplus
population has been abolished by the
beneficence of the English government.
The population grows thicker and ever
thicker upon the soil, increasing by mil
lions the number of paupers-fr they
are all more or less paupers--featering
and squalid in their misery. Of pruden
dential check upon nopulation there is
There is, on the contrary, the most ae
tive sti'tmlant to over-population in the
religion of the people. With them the
I hope of salvation in the future life for
any individual depends upon the pray
ere, the cexemonies, the incantations.
I which are performed for him by his off
spring. To have many sons, and for
1 them in turn to have many sons, is es
sential to the happiness of the Hindoo.
1. It is their prayers which buoy up the
e souqlipto heaven.
e The soul of him who has no sons nat
o urally gravitates into perdition. There
i, fte in India the first duts of man is to
6 breed. The women are mere child-pro
a dncingmachines. Children are not born
a in. Indi; they sre spawned. What
the end is to be no man can tell. Before
this increase of population swelling
more and more day by day, year by year
our best and wisest officials recoil in
L blank dismay.
! They have not even much hope that
some tesrible famine will isweep off in
r one year more'nillions than the smaller
fa kmines have killed in the course of a
generation. for famines have been got
e under. The only peospect that some
I seen to see is that a great war would
I break out, in which the surplus popla
a tio would get itself mamacred out of
i existence. But how the natives were to
, get. killed witlhut the English sharing
- their fate I never could understand. Yet
s they are cheerful in the midst of it all.
)Dr. W. W. Hunter, from whom I expe
s rienced the utmost kindness at Calcutta
i displays a cbary optimism, and faith in
Sdifficulty being solved somehow which,
contrasted very strangely with the grim
I Yet what can be done? So far as we
are introducing any moral or religious
faith into India we are introducing a
faith which directly confirms the most
perninoos doctrine of the native relig
ion. The Old Testament, written in a
time when the Jews required many men
I for the defence of their frontiers against
s their neighbors, made a supreme felicity
of man the possmesson of numeroem of.
spring. "Blesmed is the man that has
.1 quiver fall of them," was the sentiment
I of the Old Testament in relation to
.large families, and that a man's seed
should be as the stars of heaven for
i number, or as the sands of the sea-shore
f was the supreme blesing.
Hence, instead of checking over-pope
lies by oar Chriatianty,we are direct
ly increasigit. PntestantLhuistianity
f Is more to blame that Roman fbr Pro
testanti re-establithed the Old Tests
nmerit,ic the Roman church had'
gradually si'dld into obscurity. Prot.s
taniszp restored Jehovah to the throne
froinmi eh he had fallen, and reasserted
(n the modern world the doctrines that
had thir oarinia a far difftrent stage
ofr hmaa evelautie
J yse rthpn mjlae-ptes are disclor
ed rub them well with whiting or and
A littlep*dere8 charooal irill eleanse
and sweeten bottles it it is well asaken
about l them.
A well-beaten gg is a great addition
tea dried apple pie,giving lightness and
a good Savor also
White shades for gas or lamps may be
Ibeantiled by covering with a lace veil
dotted wttg dl4 spoti
if t the air rails are di thr ap
eiy be iamprovedby wbhing
h i witha little sweet .ilk. Polish
them with M.kaaIe cloth. '
ahoany friltare shoMi be lued
*hth warm 't and sap, then aa
piietioo bee s-wa and pyeet oil upon
d a aCe some nin
over the carpet; sweep vigorousaly. Take
a small sharp poiated ptick to remove
the mrlt and meal from crack and cor
Jtib azmost mome than anything sli,
is improved by slow cooking ,e.paffy
is ths treb'wen'te t sh ab boiled. If
cooked rapidly 1tv will llrt, and will
neither tastenor look owe e , The great
*p int; jd upon by scientie cooks
dant time to prepar6ior d ) , ad the
fact that noth4n is pined by rapid
boiling. _ "_____"_
4 nliht a a mases.
Dr. Henry Ri, iaron, of No. 'E
Washlbgtb? plac., was informed some
time ap by a patient that he was in the
habit of attedingr spiritualistie eanemas.
After a tiamb qiman erhild signs of
attributed his loses of peqal powers to
his infktuation for spitialism and de
terarmn d to atend one of the .anees
le les)0,that his patient quekt
the materializing medium, No. 248 West
Foraty-lmt street. le obtaainedthenec
speary introduction, and on Tuesday
eveningited the polace, accompaned
by thlaev. Mr. DePew. They expiss
eTthea es as uatiied with th
hihitia, sad, after pay thetsmal sdt
pend of $1, they were invited to adl
e They dt/as 4 evenhig, ar.'n
supported by histater Vgirniaa young
and pretty.al* .17, who lo adverti
sem to be a materialiser. The doctor
was acin upsdnid by the domainie
and they agred to get up a the prper
moment, , If potl be expose the
, :hem they eatened the par.
lar where the eanee was to be held
they found about ten proms a mbled
The mea was in a eb e ust
a. s taupd Iid gam aaps wat
pearance of the spirit of her husband,
who had been a sea-captain. In a few
moments a full-fledged Commodore, with
brass buttons, appeared. He gave some
incoherent answers to the questions put
him and retired into the oabinet.
Next came the supposed spirit of the
e son of an elderly lady present, who was
almost overcome and cenvulsivel7 grasp
s ed his hand as she questioned him as to
e his happinees. Receiving a satisfactory
L reply, she sank back in her chair and
the spirit returned to the cabinet.
S"There was considerable delay about
' the next appearance," said Dr. Richard
7 son last night, "but when the 'spirit' did
g come I thonght it was time for action.
It was apparently the figure of a young
woman attired in white and was an
_ nounced as the sister of one of the gen
. As it moved -toward him with exten
ded hand.I jumped up and grabbed it
and found that I had to deal with a very
u livelv ghost. It was none otherthan thn the
•' so-called medium, a vigorous young man
r.of 80. He grappled with me, and some
one jumpd up and extianushed the
dim light. My friend then lit a match
and the empty cabinet was overturned.
r "The mother of the medium, who sat
. suspiciously near the cabinet, sprang
unon me and tore my clothing. In the
nielee the old wohan swore roundly and
e the medium threatened to kill me."
Mrs. Roberts exhibited a wound on
- the head to a Journal reporter last even
ing, and said that some "old man who
hadn't paid a cent" went there last night
0 and raised a disturbance. When she
- remonstrated with him for interfering
a with the spirit she said he threw her
down and cut her head. She denied
it that any exposure was made and that
b her son was under spirit control when
g the trouble took place and unoonscionw
, in the cabinet.
TII PRIZES PROMPTLY PAID.
ab e IMms ela of ama een thmead De
iDrawn Ia ths LoesisaU Lottery.
a Milwaukee (WiL) Evenlng Wisconsln.
At bout the first of March twenty-seven
.6 workmen at the West Milwaukee ahorp
d of the St. Paul road, nearly all of whom
r- were employed in the paint demartment,
f conerived the idea of trying their luck
o in the forthcoming drwing of the
a Louisiana State lottery. With the ex
t ception of one or two, who took two
1. chance, the men each contributed one
- dollar, which was invested in tickets
i and a pool formed. The drawing took
nI place at New Orleans on the 11th inst.,
i, and a few days afterwards Henry Rivers,
i foreman of the railway company paint
shops, who had been igtrested with the
e matter, received advioses from Mr. Dan
a phin, president of the Louisiana lottery,
a that ticket No. 14,467 had drawn the first
t capitas prime of$75,003, one-fifth of the
ticket being held by the Milwauokee
a pool, entitling the members to $15,000.
S sweek (ussday) the money was
t paid to Mr. lverv trough the Marine
Sand Fire Insrance Company's bank.
The windfal hpa been divided spong
s the fortunateinvestors, each receiving
t $55l.56. The men were highly elated
i over their unexpected good fortune, and
I the pomptne with which the money
was lpidby the lottery manaement.
Nerly every cent of the money has been
invetedin homesteds. A Wisconsin
reporter made a search or the names of
the lucky men, but several who were
i seen refused to talk about their Ineky
Ic rITTSDSI'S PATTI KISS.
A Loesl it That Uroegt Drown ow Nesw
In L ·ts te ther Nix .
St, Louis Post-Dispatch.
Governor Crittenden and his wife
were at the Grand Opera House last
evening during the performanes of "Pop"
by Rice's aurprise Party. Those who
I have already seem "Pop" will remember
that one of the brightest things in it is a
m song by Kate Castleton, "For Goodness
i Sake, Don't Say I Told You," readily
adaptable to local exigencies and sup
a plied with a caching refrain. Governor
1 Crittenden and w were enjoying the
performance heartily and when the fair
singer bega her "For Goodness Bake,
Don't-" song they, asall who.he. her
inyraly do, surcmbed .tonce tqtbe
to the spirit ef genuaipe wit which
she invests it. Lin a nively thwaieI
the d n4'thlrtethecharmim ngkCreas
'I heard snaethidang awl a sheet time
Andin the bIef pane which hilwed
the Governor nodded appreciatively at
Mrs. Crittenden while the audience,
who ftlly understod the rich joke
which awaited them, thundered their
applause and gave vent topeal after peal
of langhter. Finally the hubbub eau
and Kate went on with her aution:
"For goodnes aike, don't my I told
you n. -
Then came o ,pplus ad ,_b'
tr and then followed irom thsie .
"Don't whisper a word o ther, be
r trouble, I know
S. Forgoduessmke, don't my I told
After another lrrepeeeiible laterrap
But she wee not prmi ttstjaut thed to
gO further. The andiene could not re
strain ttheir laghter, in which hdth t~e
Govmernor-n Mu Crittenden joined,
although it was evident that they waer
,wonderin what made the adience's -t
steded shift ad heepon oidiiftlng
Sfrom the sager o thestag to "hr an
gIgst elves. The ewiaation m soon
made. The laughdter not died awr
Swhen tihe-anieal veie. ear a bell,
Sre mall aon perfec: in every syll
. I Govteuor lmied Mm. PalM
Te Tbemethebeganning of e oe
Sthe wildest senes ever seem in a theeti
•a alitagem. The sdlea e e tb o a
man and csholted br its bglee in wild
and rmeonselrls - se._- of
while every oyeltthi o sr
attOmgrno r,wohobmeee amd •
Jitiem He'ined in K'- use-m
!miled in a .--s wbhih .
he heartily apeelied the
Itytfl~ MusO. wq,
not so wel rnlrth, rse t e ena
[ o- u.other tlgun sty set m ae
the jroLke w ntr st tpona h~.
arn seeL r an
. should mot hewe yed away so
long," she said in icy ornsas her thea
tre seorut lid into his seat ten amaiues
afer the ring-up of the macand ne.
'Oul E.-zmo ma-I met y di
"Was leery th..toole l her saUl
Int au stern her attmW n
Net Much for Credltors.
Wall Street News.
The agent of a Baltimore house who
was in town in a Virginia the4other day to
see what he could save for his firm out
of a bad failure, found the merchant per
fectly ready to explain everything. Said
"I lay it all to speculation. ,I went
into silver stock and lost. I went Into
iron and iron went down. I bought a
coal mine, but it didn't pan out. I took
futures in wheat, and wheat went right
down like a stone."
"Wouldn't it have been better had you
attended to your legitimate business?"
quietly asked the agent
"No, sue--no, sir! I had scarcely got
into debt to the amount of $8,000 before
I discovered that I was not fitted for
mercantile pursuit f fI can get some
one to back me for about $20,000 I shall
go into the Jersey cattle bussness. Here
is the showing sir: Liabilities, $14,650; asu
sets, a charscter for honesty unsullied."
hat tshe Hamming Baid Hums.
The mushroom Las just made its ap
pearance on bonnets. In shaded plush
it is accurately represented with all its
Silver bangles are coming in fashion
again. They are connected by tiny gold
Blue serve will be the material most
used this summer for yachting cos
The newest lace pins are in the shape
of guitars made of hammered gold.
For traveling gowns gray camel's hair
is and will be the fashionable fabric.
The Frederickton (New Brunswick,
Can.) Reporter says "Nobody can but
admire the persistent enterprise mani
fested by the owners of ft. Jacobs Oil in
keeping the name before the publie. It
received a big 'send off' in the House the
other day by the Hon. Mr. Perley, who
wnrhed hiscolleagues in the Govern
ment of the danger of Bear Killers re
ceivieg two bounties for one nose; the
judicious use ofOil causing rapid growth."
Adam was saved one unpleasant fee
tare of married life. His wife never
talked to him with thirty or forty pine
in her mouth.
Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigerator--Veg
stable. Try it when gent:e cathartic is
Mrs. Davis euts down David's old pan
taloons for window awnings.
I fret very gratefli for the wonderful cures
that have boon performed with Ely's Cream
Balm. I have had Catarrh In its worst form
for the past 25 rearmad have used every thing
I could bear or. reommenced using the Cream
Balm and I consider it the best thing I ever
tried. I recommend It to every one allicted.
J. . B. Kuas, M Broad Street, New York City.
Billus Stocking is the name of a prom
Inent citizen of Ouand Rapids, Mich.
If Sllted with &oe lyes, use Dr. Isaac
Thmmpson's ye Waa. Druggists sell It. H
Barnum's white elephant is said to be
about the color of a country girl's stock
ings after she has walked home from
Embroidered and brocaded thaleta
glace silk will be much worn.
Parties having cattle for sale of any ciass
please addres, giving e, numbers. age and
prices, John C. Abbott. Box Be, Denver. Col.
Flower ruches are pretty decorations
of high-necked evening toilets.
Habitual coaripation is not ay one of the
most unpleasant, but at the same time one of
the most injurou condtondition of the human sys
tem, and is but a forerunner of disease unlres
removed. This isasually accomplished by the
use of purgatives, which forthe time afford re
lief. but after their immediate effects hsv,
passed they leave the system In a worse state
than before. To effnct a cure it is necess:. r
that the remedy ,,ed should be one that a,;
only by its cathartic effect relieves the Bowei.
hut at the same time. acts as atoni.on as te re
store the organs to a sound, healthy condition.
t'hiis "PmIr.v ASH lirrrTmu" will do. It r,.
moves the cause and restores health.
11ippers, gaiters, boots and shoes of all
kinds are still pointed at the toe.
The impiest iand Ost regulator of ,the
[isordo'red Livter in the world, are C.sr
ter'"Lit e Li.e Prili:. They ive
plo sa__le~f, in, S'k 'H,,adacwhc. Dizzi
e cN· .e. ; ;,r' c't ald "*ure (e.it
alip~tfi~Ind.P ! : ye a liown.*s
Psa PIaples fmm 7hc, Crotplexion, and
aemildand gei, , i tilaeir operation
Small ald a-'* ,- , ,.'ke as sgar.
Omealli ndon'. i,," , ... ,tt.
New eotton prints for dresmes show the
fine India silk designs of lasut yeaz.
The toarudo semon snith at had and all
property owners shouald Insure agatlat these
srrtble doetrutve storas. The Burtlngton
Iasurames Compuay, of Burlingtean, Iowa,
is the laeer company of the west la Lhis
brauseh of Insurance and one of the meet re
liable eompuale In the country.
Tyd newest jerseys are fitted to the
figure with darts, side and back seams.
S.Im vtt or imsave nw ortteay,
rwe .at._ orri. hirem
upiataat a east et ,O , reed, s to
than at am er ira-ca hotel in te olty.
Damiralned drmes are again in A
ver for housee, dinner and evening
DL MUOtUlU5iMAE WORGAIMB nsu*
-al todenoe eand mY em sa
-Lmm u aat uwau an
Plso's Remedy for Catarrh is a ertain ours
for that very oboxilous disease.
Did Captain John Smith of Pocahon
tas Ame have any children?-Inquirer.
As near as we can calculate he must have
had about 85,000.
RaAD TnIs.--Tbe Army and Navy Liniment
will positively take the sorenees out of Spavin,
Rlinibone Splint or Curb, and stops theou
growth. fee advertisement.
Carboine, the great natural hair renewer Is
absolutely perfect as an exquislte and deligt'b
fol perfumed hair dressing and restorer.
Sold by druggists.
rested by Time. For Throat Diseases. Colds
and Coughs BaowN's BRONCIHIAL TROCRLE
have pra.d t hbar efmoacy by a test of many
years. Price 25 cents.
«:1I«r vS g'e o Werm rn,.' or fehel.ehDn rs
rwla '. Hoes., eospatons. slis. lie
Menema's Pepilansed mwee, ml , the
only preparation of beeft cotainlng its e nli
sdrkiuspropetit It conttws blood-making,
S " " Ufe-sattainnlo pcryerutlc-;
outs prostratlonl and allolesof generldebil
ty; also.in allenfeebledeoMSdloS, whethertth
resultofexhaestlon, nervems poadrs .over
work, or aaestersM , t EM .
AromDA CO , l onpe l e a t w o .
"Reauh ea Teeth Ache." Ask for it. Initanl
relt, gack care. le. Druu s.
PIfE GREAT GECL,
- FOR PAIN.
'telIeves ade emas
sensmm, C ALEA,
And al. other bodHly abe
FIFTY CENTS A 80TILE
wndlbyU >"bs andI
The Charles A. Vesler Co.
,.n.W. . -sam Afsi
A Sam. Sp., t. Ar
as I Ell sad O ELPT,.
gat Iwlit"O 'ILVII-a TiOMTIS E1 ( ti dKi3
eayaar. li~ars and P. O. s eu
A Reliefla f
aF ss S. VITus
i ERiVO aETEAl,
Nent by EmalRei C.. Flead EEr e EL.
Ta LS ad W IR CsEQeLATHnoAI.
he Dr. 3. L dMim ra1 Co., ?le, St. Jose% IL
CATAR R• as AM
Gives Belief at
Care. Not a 1iq
nid or 8nuff. Ap
ply with inger.
b EV elst it DruLggists
.0 cents h? mail . Sead for circular.
BLY ItitOTHERB Druarrists. Owe N V.
- o Moe ,ug..
A DM1T BUGBAN Isa v .etbl, pre
,7- "* *, ""'..-.h t..
WemOmlof me s value to the human race.
o uO or will live where It Is; at same
w `s eMe~aucrson
s "U DISTURucrUON
Ed-bugs, Rosohe Ants, Flis,
~ ba . Prlc ib.; Blowers ic,
ther cbobt by mall upon recoiept or price.
A MdrsA CNARLI A. 1vT'nIInt. SoIe Pro
piotr,. 1 Dim treet, St Loua, Mo.
W>rsa are supplied by Coe, Yaonge
a o.. k Louis No.
WIIu tWean get It of Blohardson a
r - The keidnars art
Of I pllrilk 9 (iof the
blochi. and when
tIEgAD their iunct:,asare
Interfered w ith
through weP: knees
they m'ed aning.
They hbe om
by the use f iHos
tetter'a S. mach
Hitters. whi .1 fall
ing short ,' relief
from other ouitre.
es. This ip'rb
also privet n lld
arrestS fet r aHnl
S igUe,on.St it Ott
TOMACH r liver ctn .:ai t,
ini and ot tr a;i
Smentd. I'ec ;twith
*egtilarit'. I'ur Sa ' by a': druggistl and deal
•N .w..," rnl'
rzz OAs IEBsON 1strle Ianp. Agen
wa( nted. ELacrac LAP Co., 8t. Lous, No.
I glrTS WANTED For the ac.t and Fastr
SPictorial Book & Bibles. Prices reduce
Weret.N NAT.PePBLam4( co.. .St Leunt. M
"THE BlS IS CHEAPEST."
IGLHW., THRESHERS ."a,
lone Prosec( I II lI lever BtllelaWi
andria wto Tb Aul n:un d: Taylor C. , NuuJn.Paa
I7-' T ITAVI?) ARRANOKD A FIN.E PRg.
JJLJ mSuntm lot fnr reats., natch aeares them
of hli.aamni," pay, f, worak rdlne, hetals giving them a
chanct -ure ':T A TrlNTEDIrare cash
aw.Trd, we are nj .N lr T_ aa1 a otq, to laeay
fr..mn any one, alal." or tenm..', oulut ii emphlovn ent. F tll
lrticulars by e att. A hfi o ntatit to aly aite,..
SliE ~ I.l. 1tt sauni at onee to N WT
MUE TIYIri. Jº.u, Cl, lido. r.
Easy ttoe. A enrltlin cture. Not a"xpfaaaivta. Three
month. treatmllll t i lln atile" package. i ueol for Cold
In the ,ttad. lt.adachte. i -, - fa. itay Fever, &c.
Fifty cat-. Ity.t. IR rlir lt . .,r by nlrail.
E ). I|.tZi.'l,'lN:. Warren, Pa.
ISURE FIT S
Visa,, a l. t .yr,10 1 c,-rel to ertnpt
trime lnd then uar c, t.,, ,li. - r at n g-alla. I neatn a radl
ealf re. (Ia ra t,. l I.e Ih.:. ," . "l ITS. EPII.EPSV
SAULLfOuiRINSE.+a :T:!n !"."n"t tute . rtwrerantmy
,emady to roern thu. m.r o-" *." .." R. :s !haor t Lav
tltefd I.nores. ,na ,t" " t. I .mit l.'o . ondat
eas for a Itreettl ist I . . . 1 .tie o ul" Ily R ntaailh!e
Armedy. WOri hTl;---. .TI ir .t te. lttrasta yute
11. 0ilve tNrl, a -u. o )-o . nt.
.al tn . ar .1 ,-. , o.-.p .. NRwYorT .
Cured withotl :utrleal ()iterationord-tention
frount b is u1 t Vtt I ' R- t'a iaImU RuptrelI IlRltitute.
St.Louls. This instituto is ehllrtered by the
State of M!isou. L. o )r. rmythe's book, contain
inlg Imke.nrtsl ol pirons Radtfore and after cure.
raled fr f .RI-.. "' :-- ,. ,. Il.h. d tmalla t Iat . r e name day.
Addrem Pr. F. T.rrF:Y Thf. P'r.e. Vlennma lsttute
110 Olive r;a!,- , rt. LO Lis, M. W
$25 00. REWARD I
Wo watl r.ay til sth,, tiv r-warl ft r may tas of R hotm a.
ulsm ore eura!g.: we calannt rure. It will rclla-se ara
_ .f ipblhtt a or Crup Instantly. A _rmond Say
Lanlmet will relier, planl Sld sloreneoe and remove any
noat rat mrlrw i o,( o tf , ao p r iue reon man or l,.-t.
nce pera bIttle. Irges t. r:semal,e. Will reful n, the
oone rf.any falure. ARMY IANDNAVY LIN
|.l lT. p t" I Wabash Ava . Chcago. Ricaraldon &
" T 1h..l.9.-' r. t"' " ' t t. 1. . I. t. Nm, W eisern .1&e .
aI .4 e a n ter Wete I at&
Itai aemIVh rlse and blatoing u. , s poeertu
more satisfactory than dynamite and Iant. and ae slf
a the old standard powders, a It can be exploded only
by sre. Can be shipped in two parts. (neither of whieh
can be ept!oaleJ ' a red hot iron), at merchlandise rates
and mixed at tho aof n tn strength desired for spoe
dle purlpse. A aRvinA of e)pr cent tousers ot powder.
A little stoclkr of tihe ComyUy7 ltrll for sale on termn fav
orable to inveotors., Send ordern. or for circulars, to
FPIELDS POWDER CO).,
.l17 1- ('l eLRt al l.. St. Louis, M1 .
go .d e sen for my t€ulr, How I mainh
Powr,$750. sda ssem cr.tomp a este
Sto poultrEy . or
372l Pearf wet. tre ý. tl
n [iiean.I Breetder f rwmpaa
Sold by ALl. DP.ALEIS throughout the World.
k laewu i mN i
',m aede al l Mete Cab tatml ai 'i
r- lt ?l· B+.KTT, Aezar .
the sIen sma ap5ll_ Draiarnrower.
mA AND Ao i.
-ew £dvav~mmOhm - OI Pad