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*est atlnght; weree by - -edt o toesmtiuo turers t l lad nlceto. be aJS very sees bwArt'5 Os.0 w.sxr the ite'it and aledirg. healeulkera a·d ii rain reo** removes th(e tn It i luall) eceariousti tring all Ilena .. DIR. SWAYS & SON, Pro i'. hiadelphid . SInr's Oanrmwu. be obtained o" drggists. Seat by for 50 L ea.s. A meun Thomaton, Ga.O, is meld to g 7 chbimny swallows l *e hb t*st'a4 a board ever therblmaey thy carne torneet. 'VCoemmmoutea r be e b eid. Da. J. 3 Cores, Owensville, Ohio, es., haS. ,ve rim aor's a E iaox c o Oil wth Hypopbolphlte st ouar to with better results tt seeaed with any Ay wlrwhuedi. raes. of Last sau edvaased Sbat stag wh pals is the M4 fu slation. All thm emw , .Y d in we ilt from l8to lit, *A* Voe new eeding amy s.dwe. Soe tmeek mese ds mene. - A siiss of as dl, F ai., i to m P neb 'ts e found i theise Iid on te btop of stomp. After Lad sansl ~ It occurted to hIl the a ithiht have bea poieoned ptA 9 h sena to kill eeW; and reas tars tIhb/Mt the W omo threwlk his inns. b h hwmd sad seat a wenasger to the owner of pesmmta o ask I they were poiso e, biWle *aJai lor an answer drank lard a sa antidote to the poisen. smMtowed nearly a gallos. and ieed feeling badly, when the meso ret ed wit the lnformation that IemmGte were all righLt The cititea baakm afterpeanuts ny mor. NIO uli whrthe e. IB Mea bnise us * q11ieum b VEL*U -S IIY Anteal arsmu rº >ýeer >t w.'a -map W- ' ýsýý> yr se Dematfl WeiNeD. a made pallid d unattractive by fune tioeal irregularities. whih Dr. Pierce a lavorite Pr.eprirt on" will infsllibly cure. Thous>ind of testimolials. By draggtdSta. Mr. D. L. Moody will go to Louisville i January. where they are erecting a bi abernacle for his ae. One em% er the tess. M MhLy Fletcher, 254 Merrlmack Shaet, is Lowell, Mams., was b aervoo Wreck from over strain and sickness. Obb was also nearly blind flot years fron conewsion of thellrda. be bem eil skill faled. The Moxie r. covered her from aly t oce. Ool. W. H. Sinclair, preeldent Galveston Railway Oompany. says he believp e man ean do an inetedble . oadbt o of ovrwork while takig wHals. c d.ot bral dony The word "dude hes been Ilatýem by the compilers el Webster'o * a adI t.aur, Meo., lee Her seem. "Ulaed to b come a great city-two railroads, three mere bpildil. Farir, buelss men. merchants, pe lStore.s ing on aigount of mild climate and rich lauds, so cheap and deetined to' become worth thoutaltds per acre. You c~anot get there btoo quick. If you only bly ive at ten aert i -will Ild t"o a tobem. Wo and ee ftol yourself. Fir partieuldr W. aeILL.. Jr., lE neas ty, M, or C. M. MtL.sualCo., i. mar, Mo. M Iod tgeempere "a&. barkeeper o Park Row. t at b s~d all othel Throat Toablee. tly the beat. "--t. Bury Wed SMwdnst bi now ent to market from the mils, wherb it has formerly laid waste, by beang packed in bales in a machine like a cotton pres that redamee its blk much over onehalL Thinta Sees to Galveste. Via. Iron Mountain Route. Pullman Bauet Seeplllg Car and Free Reclining Chair Car leave St. Louis, Mo., every Jay it 8:10 pm in., via. Iron Mountain Route or Little Rock, Malvern (Hot Springs), louston and Galveston. A Michigan train ran over a fox and killed it the other day. aWhen l Wtl d&, we gave her Cutela W~hae was a lid4, abe erid Obr Cotorts, Lrmehe bseeatme Ml, she loag to Cstealt, IllJ eaI ildrm, Ab gave thm seeml. Haoreeness, Tootheohe, RADWAY S READT RELIEF U. ashi inte- ear. NWEL ePLAINTS DR. RADWAY CO,, N, Y. -e Sea l@ g t em e s e ea t e. eve. r a AeW. Ihm IWYALAULABU DR.4 MAelM W AvYs"e. c CO, U1 DIOPSy lMare De,. aD,.ri Ii. rse teeen with ,he title3 aai tn a veda.eia teecAdWA -eibaw. icwu bmroee r a rbert fivepe o b. wn L W. T.e.ss,. m, Co. bew lee ataed. 8 t.. t pce.p i!lbr bia. odr.r ils he. FR]'--To Muscnwmn O.nL: A genuine -tiril~iaed plush uea-. Alrir s at nalrt, S- W ,e . saf-r £&o.LIULL ·I LaL.· *I 'f· lAK * 3IU( -~LPb~ L~~ h-IT.ago.aw w. i LT tM R . . 0. 8t, I. q.47-481. . L*IntWI I a tn. rra harawrc .ta. s.Itf W~ET _____our6~s!aaw a own · L M it: I (Lr t I< r . · rr r ^-4"e 11 ·r&" r yg a.-b p~u « . le. ca Vi wlw u..r !'_ !ý! a~ Qt. ...r. PIC ItY1 ~CIIci clAr·r c$r~·sr t.ý 1HIMX stssdIr. asstbj W a, ~pr WAi A in.·!i·~ C~qCIrhildren. ~bS a~b p * •7 . 1s aD lf1 hen to lookt tth i t repesite L - ule su y ST 'J c Be8sur the he ct y lik'e This. Little ties' o ýi ct~ jthe e. fu; di. ated ,erld St will Act nu Oil a7. pi sole S .. N.a .es"1 w.. N. iLO TEL EIMUT • L - .,.. b w..rm. $00IlM.r l P oit' Ee. Se e. s wrt, OL tD Ies t la em abems.ls rrn0tc. W . iY" vor nal a +3.Y wagiina st A C... us..p W O RK & wi~k . .*w m' P &n- .E . At . esooVs. o a LEAUM TELEGMFUUi. P~S a aSý.wt a .. see. Er.L meb e ds C '-- N m "ms ue i a "e1M o. pea. Il A' ER IWWZ rsurWA , . alNi kMr. ar.- per iar 4 Swo~n . Pres-p es. n.d Sos . U".cl-. n pr 1 fora -s.e r +_ .,.ýr C. trh O the nev,,v ta. w. r:. .1m. LOSEPH CILLOTT STEEL PENS -'RE" . XUT IBZR 0O P.ND the Editor: inform your readers that I hawe I / tvremedy for the above named ec By its timely use thousands of eases have been permanently i all be glad to lend tro bottles a_ edy dy sassn to any *f your reade1 N o neumption If they will see noe Express and P. O. address. Respetfully. :. A. SLAr0JM, M. C., 111 Pearl St., N. Y. The (~ltornia Supreme Court has do lared basutitutional the impure wine law passed by the last Leisature. meboedir Child. Sombody's shild Ie dying-dying with the flteh of hope on his young face. and some body's mother thinkinl of the time when 6 dear face will be hidden where no ray ofhope can brighten it--bcaUte thte.reae as c or consumption. Reader. If the chiId be your ueighbor',. take this com or ing wqrd te.the mother's heart before t is too late. Tell her that consumnption is curable; that men arelivin: t *day whom the physic;ans prnou iced incurable, be cause one lung had bee almost dtlestryed by the ili.' sen. Dr. Pierce's "'io'ud n Medical lisecoery" has ture I h Irets. surpaeOes cod liver oil, hlypopho.phitees, and other medicine in ceri.,g this disease. Sold by druggists. A blacksnakeo :' feet long was found in bed with the three chhldren of Joseph Thornmpeon at Rosnommont . M-ich Among the people of d to-ay, there are ew indeed. who have not heard of the merita of Prickly Ash Bark and Berries, ls a houshold remedy. Teas and drinks have been made of them for centuries, and in hundreds of families have formed the sole reliance in rheumatic and kidney diseases. Prickly Ash Bitters tow tak ae the p'are of thi old system end is more beneficial in all troubles of this nature. About forty tramps in the c;ty work. house at Ilanraster. lPa.. struck for a bigger allowance of tobacco, Monday. The supply of food was cut off by the authori ties. Dr. Pierte's "Pellete"-the original "Lit tie Liver Pills" (sugat-coatedl)-- are sick aid b.lious headache. sour etomach, and bilious attacks. By druggists. It takes 14,800 0 0 ga!lons of oil a year to keep the railw.ys of Great Britain going, and the rest is nearly $2,t 00,000. Times without numbet has the world paid tributie to a mother's devotion. Further evidence of her love for her children is the fact that she appreciates Whites Cseam Vermifug the great remedy for worms. Good mothers know its value, and use it prompty when they observe symptonm of worms, thereby restoring thelr children to perfect health. Feund tm Man. A muscular looking woman, with a fight. ing jaw, stopped an officer on Brush treet yesterday and asked him the way to the Recorder's Court. He gave her the direc tion and asked if she was In trouble. "Yes; a man has slandered me and I want to get out a warrant." Two hours later the same oceer met the same woman on Lafayette street and asked: "Well, did you And the Recordr's Court?" "No. sir; but I found the ma ro" she promptly replied, and bckoniang him down to the alley, she pointed to aheapsl some thing against the lfeoe. The osear west down and woked it with his baton, and it peeved to be an oldish an, bad oa top of his head and extraordinary lJg In the waist. His face was covered with blood and scratches, his ear was bleeding, and one eye was cloeg as he looked up anad said: 'Dos't bit me agaln I told yon 4ve minutes ago I was a licked miul" Detroit Fre Frees. A Tower In the Ar. A plan like Iut which was made to erect a tower1000 sthighin Paris, to be a special attrastion of the Exposition of S18, was a plan full of the character which constantly incites Englishame to ex claim, How French! And they will be none the lees likely to try out again at the news that the great tower designed by the engineer of the department of srtd an8 annnfasetres is not to be begun. M. EifeL the designer, had a bold mind in de sigalg. He could see so good theoretical eesea why a new Tower of label should not I made, a tower which should reach a good way, at least, up into the sky. Sthe Egyptian pyramids are reasonably high, why can I not construct something unreasonably high? This seems to have bees the form of thought of this Daries Oeen of monumental architectute. The Me.eigbnatsd, Itsems, with M. Loroy, whdtl ken Director Oaerdile th exh bft·n. Money was nered toa further the idea of M. Lotoy that a tower was the em the needful to make theeMhibitlo of 189 a great menass; moey would have been pletiful to ary the tower, with a hauge el trlelLht o top, up late twlnk lag eompetitioa with tim sky. M.Eildis to have no chadee to show his eginserlag skill, for worke willinlg to work at fabulous biahts can not befoand; the tower o sthnted sn the planting. and the eabuiet of a Meat deal of Parisan table t0lk is to be left at a ignobly low stator ILUstonias who viot the elhi tion nat year will be content wMth Ip ing off upon the Valley of tdBeo ia6m the top aof the VMdeM eema or t Are d Triumdph aso uml. But there wi be people who will psy th tribute of a egh for M. lb'. unealiMed ambition of a adoas ad commandlg beanstalkp. te wge do Mass -- --me moder-s se-l. In hr the mrost wo. pdr evr wor In mauMhug was y t~e amrasite.at I tih see d war Heaalbal atn at acbnabal was a r eman baoMy us0 eth Caoseal Cleais Nero, while op. pealte Ea0druabl was another Reeya army ader the Ceose Livhrs. Laving the mw l body to hel and deceve Hani hal Claddh, w i a pised body of 10,0 e and 6000 not, marehed secretly aiil 8 yo taevis, sad oiing forces w it h s N the .husud tesvson asmdrbel and ai him. oadins the at once aished haes apiso belere Mabooal was w of bl hether's defeat. Now, the diLtse - Cnmumslu and Srr SOhmes on the battle, by the best d iv s the n th m les messure e mail s ofte mrch wars made mahwaryiolu day, er at te rate of is as omaleo, and, If believedl tstodd out be e many other of the iwonlers of the rewiets.-I owet V. a Hamd n in Aoew York Pest N s te test rMequest of thedea aed," said a Knisa Oty minister in thm ceones ofteasoal aermon of oeof that city tment setti eal estate boomers, i5tha ins mediateyf ser the sertices at the pave an aetfon sale of lots in his Proepect Park addition he held. and lor that pure pesCeled Inllater. the wel-aown eal S ,state asti eer. will be t and eo dust the sales. A strange request you will eny. my friedda, ani, a ueer place ler soee aesl-. esmet-rv. K own idea." eon Calsod the maister, a. ie propped up the bask sover of the Illile with the hymn book, "wi to have the presse5ton go wound by Prosoert P.rk with a brass eaid and hold the a tlho right the lehsreo se to the cemeteryat all; t hn oeisel jse t what thby weo h Net then. iit ewo ues ver eee* du aia renate huom exasitl BYIi i . INVALIDS' HOTELS ICAL INSTITUTE No. 66i )aiia Stent,_ BUWFALO, N. V. Nt a mpt, but a pleauant Remeal Imee, ergsalah wr . a FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A4d ftftely devoted to the treatment of all Chreole ieaes. u . wl or m y fore a t heyma fail thmselvs pof the Iofl ta Ii w aj~o: eflsd~sll isolc and aurserr that it~i ." the Fawultt of thi rwldely-telebrated lmtltutIa. A FAIR AND BUSINESS-LE OFFER TO INVALIDS. We egantly 3pliaw i com.see and examine Zot =s&. = our Ialtutos. Iapplanoes, advntage ald maeIm i disease ave a ia of r own. Do not lii, to or beed the D ooounel of skeptical frienos or Jalosm pnyotus, we know noth of an, rsiem eatment or mean of cure. yet who never iee an op poidyto DIS~5pes it and -lav taflmm . ar reioai topt f or what we represent, and I ou .. llmp is rosecrets and are am t ition, aaae or au esf r will a p rO NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIB T. BY our original t pi4k l7j. '.r may .cfaroniL a o ut patints. In rteeegnI U'IJ Z dthseme jtv u wn ta wthg peoacon- eamIatIon of the patient. we shm familiaritze them with our ýim of treatment. yet we have o in, welestabled rincas of m ses A sen onte person in five hunare wne rav wveed, The per tthe crac witr thi a ha edowed ft a acM with whic r abd to deduce the we our lmost wor s me m in p Inta their sets atme appea lingering or ,chronic affetionsT Of ea u l n i.s ftths t e yearly sao e t er s tm a losra. madema rab tO ewee Owm anddrb a o i whic enasan a atrre ninda ol R1 a Wouris c talet o eit ýl _ w to ther D iuL ýal the mat wayward na the atue predict their m o mn t. a d Was c sinjjs fo what ti weather will loeid s etus , ai c- . -. ae t. sev al naled mile di not Intervene between him a the dlistf he or she mayev to Pla named. wno no ain lld mmesc af aedectiona a of ca l sdealc ayste of ala Ie me b ?t hom theme mstnua deduce accurate con tune are contained In to' Cta!. m' mto tem Is o di ta_ Ia. ai In me edil* Advimse." ft B. V. Pierce D. lo__ eai sles, issuesa have tomim n nmustaakable over m colored and other Twetiimam e. unelapactk,. w ae Or and de be yours o a aE wampasandac plete a aemyouro COMMON 331(33 AS APPLIED TO inCazuNe. s in a wee-know sr ast m that ap ltoa the Judc e y thinking P . n c a hit whole time I the tyml aealato acan*imesrI ismI mmlC bettstlhdaI5 i-de-m--n than b who to every to which fesh is heir withtout glv i tec aol aatt tioa e s an aged at the who have h urms deant have devoted their uit us e- special iaCb te P A tO . . i i;: t, St a d -itmdltldleg the c su e of umtelne an e in this kn ta w mlv i i,. alts Um 11 a Ul N ' eserae111 a ttulal a e U sfi 1 s .t s. enpin aom ao tillendchs Aaees *M whec to Of our 18ta, ta mad. "tour lazttto c.e- ... .. i.f lr. imm meaeotf I through t a ere .e 1 I orvre W. three separate books Nasal, ----... -. I oa U Threat dad Lung iv much valabhle Hoiaya perso=21 .... -e',, -_--¢_alie ; prtic, .pmslmdrtwo e sif-,ý Bg~om oladibe i s In . s', ae" Litver C.. empamsN" on I ilseaa of Women. wii I&W ipsal.l, -le tr-,.- coloreed plates floe paged. *@SaTSWeWrme, ill Ce affections acrem hos e chro di s the dat'- , U.NIA -t Bread. a r lt-rt' IMeafn .. hoe latnteoow laoge "'; 'tl liver an O(ther ne c moo tri l ~o 1" , , , ar, e "w.+ l.mas. tl t he &. i ,+ n,;,.we hýblt hi . ad physdicns for othe 1aat egnisaces. . t o the emoval o . a strasd Treatise. ad ethe el s l whs alate e . t t TreatisP n o n Oerder, It orsme Letter 3,, inS cumin Iar perm PE hN! mks¶m aaela ua Fm "na*JmO TamLaaae 4" . H t..l an Sit tame st a e" " o"r stiips+ m+know, i.+,n.. patw4 a ..... :.. or pagaf esh rtuS t emusa ay' sp Vaieaelt a.Tr S om~reiC7U -r EPlatslrlrr- I " ~ WMIA WT. Phm,· mlr ·~~ r L~l·J l~crlno r (,Ii· ··:·L: ccl~~l.~·IlirI