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«1ie Minting Place or i» CurWua r.odire I.
Mew York Cilya
OMi Masons were, until lute, of the
npiuitm that no sucli a tiling as a Chi
nese Mason existed. One gentleman
said he had scon Arabs anil Turks who
were good Masons, Imt, to the best of
his knowlodgo, no Chinaman was in
tlio order. Novorlhcic
not onlv Chinese Masons, but right
here in Now York there is a Chinese
Masonic lodge in full blast with a
membership of over throe hundred.
It is a native organization, not allied
dir.oily to tho Froo and Accepted lia
isons, but said to be founded on princi
ples very nearly akin.
Tho lodge-room is at No. 18 Mott
siroot, second floor, front, and him re
cently. been remodeled and refitted in
very good shape, nil newly painted
and cioancd. The lodgo furniture is
of Chinese design, and imported
from China expressly
society at a great
expense.
A tall flagstaff with a rope for
running up colors is on top of the
building. Abovo tho door as one en
tors the lodge-room is a red sign In
native characters signifying "Obiueso
Masonio S .ciety," and down tho
sides are two long slips of red paper
liearing mo toes. O.ie of those is "Do
good to ono another." and the other
relatesto the business of tin order.
Tho interior is liko most fainose
quarters, only lighter, and not full of
mid turns and unsuspected corners.
Immediately on entoriug one is led
into a sort of ante-room and thence
into tlio main or Ipdge-rooin. At
the lower end of Ihtaroomfa the altar,
and a verv valuable one it is, costing
in China $1 500. Above it is an alcove
in whioli a colored drawing 13 S us.
pended. It is not the least ourious
thing in tho place, tho design lining
throe figures, ono suited nail two
others bending over his sliouldor.
Tho seated figure represents tlio ven
erablo father of Cliinose Masonry. Tlio
face is heavy, placid and adorned
with a long black board. Tho
other two are respectively Hie spirits
of light and darkness, who tiro sup
posed to be giving him counsel. In
frontal the altar a lamp is hung. It
is never extinguished, and burns in |
comfneniorntion of tho dead of tho j
order. Ano her emblem is two sticks
ofsandni-wo id punk thru st into a box i 1
of sand. They keep smouldering away I
and fill tho air with a faint but sweet
number of 1
there r.ro
for the
perfume.
On the wall is a long board, anil
this are pasted a great
sheets of paper covered with Chinese |
hieroglyphics. Thoso are the lists of
members vo ed in in the New York j
lodgo. Near tho roster hangs two
hooks. Oio of these is salit oiit from
tho Supreme Lodge at San Francisco
and gives n detailed account of a Hum
her of oases of those in distress and
sickness, and tho whereabouts of e*oh
one who noods help. Tim other as
is a s ibscription book in
which (he vnriout amounts subscribed
aro entered. At intorrais those two
books and the amountraised are trails- tts
mittod to the Supremo Lodgo. from
which tho dependent members are re
ueyeu.
as
Oil
Meeting, are not li.'ld upon regular
nights, but nt inlervali decided upon
by tho dignitaries of tho order, ns tho
necessities of business may demand.
Tho members arc notified of meetings,
held generally on Sunday nights, by
the appoarance of a triangular flag at
tho top of the i ol" on lop of Iho house;
Tills flag is white,
picture of a lingo rod dragon with its
tail towards the point,
grips, signs and passwords, exactly ns
in an American lodgo. "Tho traveling
card" of this society is qnito a curiosi
tjr in itsulf. It is a square of red silk
inscribed with Chinese characters, mid
is a document highly prized by all its
possessors. —A'. K World.
nn
lie
and
mis
ho
His
&'ill boars tho
Thero are
An Crudite and Able Negro.
Eilwanl W'ilmot Blydon is pornnpa
-ho ablcsi negro in tlio world,
rend tho Koran in Arabic, the Biblo in
Hebrew, Homer in Greek, Virgil in
Latin, Shakespeare in English, anil
Dante in Italian. Though a nalivo of
Hie island el S'. Thomas, ho was
brought up in M nrovin, Liberia, and
there, by his unusual literary ability,
ho has fitli-uctcd atloutlon lo himself
*s tho chnmpion of a negro civilization
that shall bo coterminous with iho
limits of iho Dark Continent B vdoil
oontrorcris the idea of Win wood
Scad (hat tho n:itlvos in Africa will
di«nppear before tlio whiles, ns tlio
Indians tlisl In America. The cliinnto
will savo thorn, and, instead of being
destroyed by the Europeans, they will
be civilized by tlio efforts now being
made to open Africa to commeroo and
•ettloment 'i'o Blydon the Anglo
"Mon is hard of heart and strong of
will, wiiilo tho negro is tho child of
lore and suffering, Blydon is a com
ref. 8 . * nnw *bothlng 1 and Ills cry is
lit i* '" r *he Africans." He is
ii.ik *° * lavo ^® w lo oppose him in
mi* n atter, for not evon tho children
hut L. 1 * n * l a ^'' 1 * * n America can b«
■nauced to remain there if they have
a^CJrl,** 1 umt
He can
Clark fre «.u 7 ,. „„ ...
Browm Z f u""r "'"^J-WhU did
l"*t nowr b J 8 ' #rk ' lar " |
Follow Clark-Hogave mo down th.
hank* fur 1 R" vo n, ® t , <rwa 'C*
u, tuZKril'W 0 ^ 0 * wrol, fr '
*■ tl,-- j 'Oau*o ho la a llttlo higher
i'i amonu^,v ha * ho )iko*.
■■STViyff, g*. .<*»
ly.
Mwl# 't*'**** tl"****
j.4.v •
A Monumental Snob.
E3
&
the
of
in
a
lia
re
in
is
i aiuu ,
in ths Union.
i, the oldos.Tu 0 , 1 -'* 1 Ri ; ilm,0n<! ' Va -
is the "Most building of the kind in
America anil used for its original pur
pose. It was built under the personal
supervision of Thomas Jefferson and
is one of tho historic hni|,li„, ro ','n
Countrv Ti oi I ''"'dings °* 1,10
7 , W stands upon a command
ing hill and is surrounded by a beau
liful grove, with well-kept walks beau
tiful with statuary and monuments
Faeinn the eanitol is ii,„ r 1'
mansb.i, T .i ■ i 1 iveruor s
a iston. to the right of silo capitol
is, doubtless, tho most magnificent and I
costly group of statuary in the Union, i
Surmonnting a huge star-shaped tied- I
ostal of Virginia's (reunb-n ie'l'l 1 ,
s gianito is liiomas
f ur i • fiimo,ls 1,( li"»trian statue
of Washington; and around it on
each of tile live points of the star
are effigios of tin; Old Dominion's
most colnhrstr.il in ...
a . cclebiatod ante-bell urn soldiers
and statesmen, lllere are Patrick
Nunry, tlio orator, Virginia's first
for Governor; Thomns'Jofferson: Governor
Thomas Nelson, wito ilrod upon ids
°'' rn residence at tlio bombardment
, York town; Andrew Lowis, tile III
l ' ia " %hter, and Jolin Marshall, ion"
Chief Justice of the United States. In
building we find more pieces
of I statnary-tho most celebrated of
' vl >ich is Houdon's Washington—"a !
facsimile, 1 ' Lafayette pronounced it. 1
The mask of the statue was taken ton i
5 renrs before the President's doidli and j
<be statue cast in Paris. There is also j
* mar bio statue of Henry Clay, pro- j
9en| od lo Virginia by the ladies of!
Ken lucky, his adopted Stale. It will
* remembered that his birthplace,
The Slashes, is only about eight
n "' cs from Richmond. Besides the
stalues in tho rotunda of the building,
the re are many valuable paintings of
colonial and revolutionary oclebritics,
a * we " » 9 'hose of later limes. Tho
majority of tho paintings ai'o the
originals, and in many instances the
0| ily ones in existence. Tlicro i
-e perhaps, the portraits of !
mole K 1- oat men hung on :
**' a,e wa 'K men who have made a '
n ®me in National history, than any i
0, bcr State can boast.' There al " a ;
original portraits of Washington. :
| Mtulison, Monroe, Tyler, Harrison,
j Marshall, Jackson, Johnson, the Lees
a host of others whoso names |
i 1 '2 ,lt U P many a page of history. The 1
I °'d capital has been the scene of much
that is greutest in the history of Vir- j
ginia and tho South,
tlio House of Delegates the trial of
1 Aaron Burr, the brilliant New Yorker,
r.ro
| John Marshall being (he
Judffo. and the orratie John Bandolph
j °f Roanoke tho foreman of the jury, j
Gl °upcd irregularly around the his- '
toi'ioal Capitol square are tlio build-j
'"S* once occupiod by tlio various de- a
payments 0 f ,| )e Confederacy and til* !
residences of the members of its
C:l binet All of them aro now used
as l' 01 ^ 9 , stores or privaio residences,
with I he exception of tho President's
,nnll9 * on > which was purchased by j
tile Municipal Governinout and is used !
tts a public school. —N. T. Oommer.
cinl Advertiser. j ["
A DOMESTIC STORY. i Thi
I
In the hall of
a
re- A DOMESTIC STORY.
_
How ■ Smart Woman Before,oil nor In
Harry Stoughton was a good fellow,
as the world goes, but lie had ono fail
'ng
tho
by
at
its
ns
temperate Husband.
Tj;_ i — * * • •
His easily besotting sin was an
ovorwening parlmlity for tlio wine
cun, and it would occasionally happen
that when he caino home ho presented i
nn appearance quite incoherent. Ilis 1
, . ,
long-snfftiing wife had wopt aiul
prayed, with no otlior result than a |
short period of abstention on Harry's !
part. In a month, perhaps in a week, |
lie would again fall inlo his old wavs
and again come home with his epider
mis full of his uld enemy. Onu night I
ho was farther over tho bay than usual. !
His wife lost her temper and severely !
upbraided him. Harry stood it meek- 1
ly awhile. Finally he lost his temper, I
too, and indignantly muttered:
"Look here (hie) Mary, for good
ness' sake (hie) shut ycr mouth (hie)
and keep it shut,"
Mary stopped immediately. Notan
other word did she say.
At breakfast next morning she pro
aided at tho table, as usual, hut not
a word passed her lips. At the even
ing meal it was tlio same, nuii so on
for several days. She was as dumb as
an oyster.
After a week's time Harry came
homo with a fearful headache and
pains all over Ills body. II - was a
sick man. But M iry didn't seo il; or
il she did, shu said nolliiug. He
lingered below stair.) ns long us lie
could stand it, in hopes that she
would suggest something to alleviate
his sufferings, or that his licipmatu
would al least ask him how he f-lt.
tho
* I
in
But not a woril parted her lips. IIo
drawled himself to his bed. Hd lay
there ia agony for fifteen or twenty
minutes. It was beyond his power of
endurance.
••Mnrr!" ho cried; "Marv. if you'll,
. V, J ,.
only opon your mouth once more, ii 1
you'll only speak one little word to j
me I'll never drink again as long as 1
livot" j
Mary opened her lip*. She asked
him about 111* pains. She brought liol
cloth* and siio gave him tho homely
remedic* whioli a woman know* nil i
about, and which are so much hotter
than *ny tiling whioli tlio doctor pro
IorIbe *. J 8 Uo .at by hi*bedside through $
| the long night and bathed hi* hot i
hend - T ' 1K,k ° '° b,m 8 " oJ,in h' 1 J' j
0Tnr R |„| nnon.
' Harry wa» better next morning. Ho
ascv ibcd 111* recovery to his dear wife, I
whcrn |, belonged, and lio called |„, t .
hi. angel "And Mary," he mM,
••» ou W JI1 never keop you inoulh slim
again, w ill you, dear? '--Boston
i\ranscript
- , **T '"e common consent of hi, neigh
in •■<*<, J. Hull, whose wealth i. estimated
at $ 3 >WO,000, Is the queerest of the many
l 1 !T* t ; h ? ract « r8 in Chicago, say, the
«. „, p ^'° ' fhero i9 no doubt
Hu ''. Is queer, very queer; and whnt
mnk< » him seem especially queer to Chi
cago people is that, having made a
Iolta ' ,io fortune hiniseif, he should devote
1,(3 tima un ' 1 a portion of his money to
Tni"?, Pf her P eo,,la comfortable. Mr.
1' HullsbobhyistbatofestablishinKlabor
s mg men in houses of their own. Ho boasts
bav.ng put over two thousand families
I houses of their own in Chicago, nearly
i a31! l llnv in Lincoln, Neb., about one thou
I a* ,!" * aT . annah > « a : . and several hun
, dr ^ d m Baltimoie, Ills method Is to buy
suburban property cheaply, subdivide it
j" to small lots, and build homes upon
it f°r working men. He has taken many
* man without a dollar, put him into his
t>w " h ™ le and Siv«n him alt the time he
needed to pay for his comfortable resi
rtence. Home of Mr. Hull's other queer
characteristics are not so benevolent as
* bo oaa above mentioned. He is a Con
Yankee, and very close-fisted
wm, thedas*" he^dlir' biS " ansactio " s
went to Chicago forty-one years „„„
acquired his wealth by prudent "invest
me,lts in city real ostat». He married
had several children, but subsequont
bto.1. an impbeif belief ii?flsU°a?a breU,
of food. It Is told of him that for over four
! years be fed his family on codfish, having
1 n< ? other meats on tho table. Perhaps
i , a , ocou " t f"*' ,he 0arl >' death
j however , a h ' red , , K ' rl l! " J '
j phosphorescent diet that she refused to
j work any longer, and as Mr. Hull di
of! P ro P°s® matrimony, finally left him.
i*] wa 5' 9 did th ® cb ores around the house,
evmy bSdy'eUe.^veu "'the^seryltr lie'
owned anil drove a buggy team, and when
one of the horses died, instead of buying
a ! lothor or using a pair of shafts, he
!\'' cbe '! up th ,°. smwiving beast alongside
in person Mr^HulMs^'nian'or imposing
physique, six feet in height and patri
archial in appearance. He still swings
heavy dumbbells and keeps himself in the :
i bost P ossibl «. physicni condition,
! °com.Xd'
: ehiefly composed of terse epigrammatic
' "entences from letters he has written dur
i in S the last thirty-five years, a few of
; wblcI ' a,e subjoined:
: M
followers of the moral Ia,v. They do not
practice under that ancient code, a id
| parhaps regard It as repealed or unconsti
1 tu ,Vr 0 f "". 1 '" ,
to have'amltlmr^Vlie' " 0t 0,1
j for him i
riiiliini Ino|»i« Turn.
s to benefit. He
d
He
Like
a boy
ext best relative
the order of nature is a grand
-Many men think they think, hut those
who do think know
j ".Small men are always in fashion."
' Tlias6 quaint sayings show that if Mr.
qU j 8 ^ and e "anlty, there's
a " so l ' a ™" s t" e thia faot
! hearted benevolence
sion that the world
bett0 r si. people possessing Mr. Hull's
mother."
"Tlio man
a liotol has fclie best
hat."
*uo goes earliest to dinner at
chance for a good
t."
stiiod
• His success in business
while his lar^e
leads to the con cl u
voulJ be much the
peculiar type of queeruess
tdentiful.
were more
by j
! A wealthy Frenchman named Bellardin,
who died lately, bequeathed his whole
j [" a t n "" e '
i Thi » ba da ' *>
I hatred of his own countrymen,
somehow or other had taken full posses
I sion of his brea-t But tho Crown I'rince
1 refused to profit by such a motive, and,
i^, ref T!:„ d „ < '"i, n ' i l 1 tl16 frenchman's leg
tdentiful.
Curious Inheritance Declined.
to several million
Crown Prince,
tuate the violent
which
i **'• j • xviuuii^ mu i nuer reasons waicu naa
an . brought M. Bellardin to loathe his com
patriots was the fact that he had been ini
I prisoned forsomoact of personal violence,
i an< * ** was t ''hf*n lying in jail that he
1 !'! l8nffed wil1 in 'favor of the heir to the
, German Crown. The intentions of the
testator were communicated through the
a | French Ambassador mid tlio Foreign
! Office to tlio princely legatee, who, how
| e ™'> has waived his right to :bi« curious
inheritance,
I f
! discuss tho r
! "1 was fired, 1
1 eolor-hlind."
I oll,el '> conductor
oats-N o. i
ex-conductors met nml began to
tons for their discharge.
iibg I was
f Kuid the
ere obliged to
me tost in regard to color*
in." "They don't, but my
far that I couldn't
Sutl Case of Color-IHiinlii«iff«.
said
\ "bee
"I didfi't know
I undergothos
»s tho engim
color-blind
tell tho dill't
jompany'* money and
Mice between tho color of tlio
iv own. 1
Abort of stock that's rather below par
fiuot now— Com-aive.i.—l'ui-k.
THE MARKETS.
New York, December 10,18S
CATTLE—Native Steers.$ 3 (Vi , b $ :
COTTON- Middling.
FLOUK—Good to Choice
WHEAT—No. 2 lied ....
COKN-No. i .
OATS— \\estern Mixed..
PORK—Mess (mw).
. ® mi
3 ii-'
c.
b!» oi ei
01 H CS
80 W 3.S
15 155 ({i. 15 5d
ST. LOUIS.
COITON—Middling.
BEEVLS—Good to Choice...,
Fair to Medium...,
IlOGS.—Common to Stdect....
SHEEP—Fair to Choice..
FLOUR—Putontfi .
XXX to Cho.ce.
WHEAT-No. i! Red Winter...
CORN No. 2 Mixed.
9%
4 ?5 (,l 4 5o
8 W) ^ 8 75
4 r> » K 5 (W
8 DO @ 4 2 .
4 10 or. 4 25
8 45 @ 8 20
70-4 6 80
40', it 4i;v
8 >, £ 81
64
R) E-No. 8,
08 (its
2 CO (it. 8 00
C 00 (TO 15 Ol)
14 00 (<(. 10 50
ill </t>
17!4©
TOUAIX'O-Lutf*
Leaf—Medium
HAV—Choico Timothy,...
BUTTER—Chotco Dairy...
ECUS—Fresh.
PORK—Stundurri Mess (new). 14 02'*(f5 15 00
BACON—Clear Rib...
85
1811
8W. 8V4
ihtt 7 H
84 no :i4
{j£J}D-Priine steam.
Wool*—Fair to Choice
ciucAGO
CATTLE—Shipping...
c£o
FLOUR—Winter..
wheat -No!'* SprVu'ii
corn-N o. s..
OAT8-N0. * Whlto.
FORK—Near Mess.
2 85 a 5 23
4 1*5 88 5 70
9 00 ft?) 5 00
2 50 a 3 75
8 75 4 fO
75 .Vo 7U
... M
8 O'i.6 81
14 00 (tis 15 uo
3
is:
a
KANSAS CITY.
-
whkat-no. a (»ofii .
$
*
SgMfe h . a ^
OATS-Cholo* We.tern
'
BACO.N^-ciesr Riii..'.
cxsTioN-ht.dm,n»
w^at-No. 1C
corn—N o, 2 Mixed..
fork—*! e**. M *— •
u/nvN^-ii'aduuV!!
8 25 ® 4 'S
4 70 ;o 5 83
74*,® 75
80 ft(*
45 (id 46
80*4
NEW ORLBANS.
. a 50 03 5 00
41!,S 48
, 20 00 46 21 00
. to 14 5ft
V

n
BH«8
.... to
. a as
0 •"
to 84
W 15 W
63
a
w
to
it
as
s
'
to
:
instant it seizor the hook, and at the same
time rings a bell on shore to wars the
•lumbering fisherman.
Symptoms or Catarrh.
Dull, heavy headache, obetruction of the
nasal passages, discharges falling from the
head into tno throat, sometimes profuse,
watery and acrid, at others, thick, tena
cious, mucous, purulent, bloouy and putrid;
the eyes are weak, watery, and iiiiiauicd;
there is ringing in the ears, deafness, hack
ing or coughing to clear tho throat, expec
toration of offensive matter, together with
scabs from ulcers; the voice is changed and
lias a nasal twang; the breath is offensive;
smell and taste are impaired; there is a sen
sation of dizziness, with mental depression,
a hacking cough and general debility. If
you have all, or any considerable number of
these symptoms, you are suffering from
asal Catarrh. The more complicated your
disease has become, the greater the number
and diversity of symptoms. Thousands of
cases annually, without manifesting half of
the above symptoms, result in consumption,
and end in the grave. No disease is so com
mon, more deceptive and dangerous, crless
understood, or more unsuccessfully treated,
by physicians. Five hundred dollars re
ward is offered by the manufacturers of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for a case of ca
tarrh which they can not cure. Remedy
sold by druggists, at only 50 cents.
d
The dog that goes without a muzzle In
New York to pave a tr>lfl;ng expense is
penny wise and "pound" _foolish.— Tn<u
liftinga.
Woman's AIotloAty.
Many women are prevented by feelings
of delicacy from consulting a physician In
those disorders arising from functional
derangement of her peculiarly delicate or
ganism, and the most serious results are
often caused by this neglect. To such per
sons Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
an especial boon, as it offers a sure and safe
cure for all those distressing disorders to
which women are peculiarly subject, while
it saves a modest girl or woman from the
embarrassment of i
personal consultation
"Favorite Prescription"
. .—3 for woman's peculiar
weakness amt ailments, sold by druggists
under a positive guarantee from the manu
facturers, that it will give satisfaction in
every case, or money will be refunded, fciee
guarantee on bottle wrapper.
with a physician,
is the only medic
I
It is the ambition of ail Prussians to make
their murks.— 2>Wt Post.
If a bird iu the band is worth two in the
bush, is a mole on the face worth two in
the ground?
Jack and Jill
f?» t.
>k a pill,
Jr
ii<
iruwn—
known."
Jill died fr
Smiles will supersede many frowns, and
many discomforts will be unknown, when
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets en
tirely supersede, as they bid fair to do, the
large anu loss efficient pill of our forefath
ers. Every day tl
Most popular when
gain new laurels I
t ills abound!
v
'
To make a bad bar gai
sell bad whis
tc must
me
-V. >. ncayune.
Among the people of to-day. there a
indeed, who have not heard of the merits of
Prickly Ash Bark and Berries, as a house
hold remedy. Teas and drinks have been
made of them for centuries, and in hun
dreds of families have formed the sole re
liance in rheumatic and kidney diseases.
Prickly Ash Bitters now take the. place of
old system and is more beneficial in all
troubles of this nittui«
f.
the
The crying need of the country is a cigar
that won t go out—J/tf»rciMfce Journal.
For Tliroat Diseases and Coughs ust)
Brown's Bronchial Trothes. Like all
really good things, they are imitated. The
genuine are sold only in boxes.
A Boston dog chews gum. Host dogv
prefer trousers. —Hartj ord Post.
Ip afflicted Avith Sore Kyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it*25c.
It ia natural that a Skye terrier alioutd
Dark at tile moon. —Burlington Free Freni
;V
u
,
1
Pains and Aches
In various parts of the binly, ruo
the back, shoulders, and joints.
Indications that rhe
re particularly in
■e tho unwelcome
an j you
i period. Iihounintnm i
j blood,and i
neutral,
purity fn
!
i«m has uaineil a foothold*
"in for it" for a longer
sod by lactic acid In tho
d by Hood's Bai'snjmrilla, which
l eradicates every im
shorter
the acidity,
the blood.
"I have been suffering wifh rheumatism nearly
j two years, and used several different kinds of tuedi
•r found
Hood's Sarsaparilla!!'
nt ll I u?ed Hood's
.ey, Nineveh, Broome
I cine, but
| Sarsaparilla."—F. A. Kr
j County. N. Y.
*' I have taken Hood's
j ami a tonic alto
I suits, lhavealnou*
J effect. I regard it as
!
|
[
ip-irilla for dyspepsia
t beneficial re
iti?m with good
ry best family
J> be witht
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medicines,
—A. B. CCRIiY. Provide;
\ It. 1.
Sold by all druggists, f I: - ix f*T $">. Prep. 1
by C. I. HOOD & CO- Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
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_ IT ISA P URELYVEaETABlEPRERAJW.'ON
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^PRICKb
Kit SENNA-MANUilAKL-BUCHU
III wo otmes caa.uycrnoiE,r eo'tots
»1 It has stood t!i« Test of Years,
Kirin Coring all Biseues of tho
BLOOD. LIVER. 6T0H
ACH, KIUh'EYB,BOW
ELS, Ac. ItPoriflostho
Blood, Invigorttot and
Clooasoi the Bystom.
PflICKlYA
BITTERS)
DYSPEPSIA,CONSTI
PATION, JAUNDICE*
8ICKHEADACHE.BIL
CUBES
AlLDTtBSCtO
1JVEH 1I0US COMPLAINTS, Ac
r/mummR disappear at onco under
KIDNEYS! its beneficial influence.
STOMACH V It ii purely * Kedieiu,:
riult* cathartic propsr
I ties forbid* its us* *s *
ant t"ti«
easily taken by child
ren a, adults.
AND
B0
It i« pleof
taite, and aa
KiBiSISR
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO
SoU Tropriatora,
ST.LomsotHlJUwua
l
dose*
Liver
blood
T.OA K. Il Ol,'. work, in o,..„ h..ln*
population of lo.oto, its *.iio in t nonncuii bretuw
•ny in(«>llirrnt ponton con take order* for It, and
b<H«QM It l« noi-ded for rrferenue 1>y all Hmhm ewy •
**r-. lift*** every form and annwora irOAOOqueatlone.
fisassassfissasas
HILL STANDARD BOOK CO.I MM Stat.SL CiviUACOl and
WANTED: 1,000 COPIES
For
/OLD U. 8. AND CONKRDRHATU HTATIC8 POST- J Wo ?
V iio Sump* used between 1S42 and 1866. Many Stnts
— vahitbi*, and will bring high price* if on the
orioina. rnrelope or Utter. (fc*nd for illustrated cir
solars an«l price list, describing what Is wanted.
THOMAS 8KMMR*. Box 0. Alexandria. Va.
£
profit in recoin
•!i'I in ir Wurth
for the rcac
ticn in the minda
of those who buy
u
pointedly
everything sold by
dealer.
inst
jLi-Jsrvc r_
Sll
Hence, the for.:
dtfic toil'
ter, which is 1
viction formed from the long and mutioua
experience of a leading drug 1
• of I
.
represents i
nt ;
and \ alued rt
1887.—The Cti
July 11. :
•Rusto
iitioti:
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eler
men: Many prej
the public, and
a large but temi«
the extensive adv
suffering cl
ti
r
i lo
b'-'-a
as the
ertumg
soon real
}...r
tfiar
P< Ulld JR
fct. Jacobs Oil. It^ -no lnoi be
from the u tart, and to-day
of those standard reined
consider
carry in their stock.* _..
and the good words of the d
England all tend to prove that eu' h yes
add to its s;ile and well de;
feigned, Doolittle & fend
many cases of cure, publi
prietor*.', examples aregivci
ettects in the worst - hron
is nothing in trade which
efficacy.
s but little
N
•ith'i
11 < oi
regard it as one ;
that our trade '
absolutely i.-.- titial to al
Pcrso
ays |
:
expe
its of New i
*
w fifepi-iJ'ERY
of its unvarying j
• i.^es, and there i
can approach ita
C'd
th.'
AGFNTS WAVTFD FOR
EARTH, SEA & SKY,
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DON'T MISS THIS
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HANVK. High
.llowcd. Writ,
culars and te
PUbI.IsHI.NU
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AT10NAL !
:. Loom.
ELY'S
CREAM BALM
CatawbH
K^.KUGIOUS
Cleanses the
Nasal Passages,
Allays Pain and
I u fl a m rnation, I rHATEVER
HeaLs the Sores, H
Restores the H
Senses of Taste IP
ami Smell. tm
mm
tv
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Ml 1 Y -A
Try the CLUE. HAY-FEVER
iclel« applied into f-^. h r.
ELY BROTHERS, so?Grt yr.T.'l.
A I*
il
di
K Y
' YOB ALL DISORDERS OF THE
YOB ALL DISORDERS OF THE
Bomach, Liver
8®" hue! Bawds
must
of
been
hun
re
of
all
TAKE
PACIFIC
LIVES
FILLS
ST RICTL Y_V EG E T A B L E.
Cn re ConBtlputlon, Indigestion. Prspepsia.Pileih
elck Headache, Liver Comolaintis, Loss oI Ap
petite, BjHousness, Nenrougness. Jaun.-Jlce etOb
For Bale by all lJfUgfflsti. Price, Zfl Ceotc*
MCIFIC MANUFACTURING CO.. ST. LOUIS. NO.
ust)
all
The
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IS
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The treatment of many thousands of on
of those chronic weaknesses and distrust-;
ailments peculiar to females, at the Invalids' :
Hotel ana Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.,
has afforded a vast ex perk nee in nicely odnpf- ,
ing anl thoroughly testing remedies'for the
of woman's peculiar maladies.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is the outgrowth, or result, of
valuable experience. Tnoui
nfflh, received from patients
duns who have tested it in t
vated and obstinate cases
"
t arid
ands of u
"
U\
rh;
•hie
ha i batfi< d .
?!
'Ft
•cn<
dt
1 1
it i
"cure-all," but as a most perfect Specific for
man's pcculi;
As a powerful* i
it imparts strength
and to the
particular.
" run-down," did
dressmakers, seanisft*ops<
keepers, nursing n
generally, Dr. Pi -
is the gieatcst earthly 1
ns an appetizing cordial
An a soothing and strength
iprviiic, "Favorite l'l'estTipti.-n " js
qualed and is invalunbl
uuihg nervous
bnustion, prostr
other distressin
monly attendant upon fun«'t
disease of the womb. It me
sleep and relieves mental n
ipondeney.
I>r. Piorcf , s Farorlfc Proscription
is a legitimate modleiue* carefully
compounded by nn experienced and skillfti] ;
physician, and adapted to woman's dolieate
organization. It is purelv vcgotable in its
composition and norfec tlv harmless in its '
effects in any condition of the svstom.
morning sickness, or nausea, fro'
cause arising, weak stomach, indigestion, dA
p«psia nml kmdrod symptoms, its use, in small
doses, will prove very bencti-ml.
••Favorite Prescription " I* a posi
tive cure for the most complicated and ob
Stinatc casespf Icucorrhca, excessive Rowing,
painful menstruation, unnatural suppressions, _
nrolnpeiia, or falling of the womb, weak back,
"female weakness,' an to version, retrovc
bearing-down sensations, chronic conge
Inflammation and ulceration of the womb. i u -
flammntion, pain nml tenderness in ovaries, ! I
accompanied with "internal heat."
As a regulator and promoter of funo- I ,
tlonal aetion. at that critical period of change I'lLJ
from girlhood to womanhood. "Favorite Pro- !
scriptiou 'lsa perfectly unfa wmetiinl naent,
and can produce only good results. It is j
equally efflcacious and valuable in its effects ! ft
when taken for those disorders and derange- | ^
mertj incident to that Inter and most critical
I, known ss " The Change of Life."
l aTorlto Prescription
In conneethm with tho
ic
ing tonic.
!
S' ?ton,
n-1 its ap|>t
1
l,
ateil
aehers
shop-gir
t hers, a n-1 feel
:
s Favorite I
, being
n !
ing
<■*;
:d PUb

lily, irrit
•xciu
h
nd
d't-'n;
i and organic i
i s , rffn*lilng
iety and de
B.
For j
whatever i
•sion
i. W
l
i^'^when taken
Golden Medieai Discovery, and smali laxative
dose* of Dr. Pierce's Purgative Pellets (Little
Liver Pills), cures Liver, Kidney and Bladder
diseases. Their combined use also removes
blood taints, and abolishes cancerous and
TfilSS.fJi?'!.''/.'??, 'f,* ,
jf f^orits Prescript I on ii the only
IH®dIelne for Women, sold by druggists, tlllder
• *OaltlW6 WttaraittCC* from the manu
fScturers, tbatTt will give satiaf action in everv
sss,-r' !S s
and faithfu lly parried out for m«ny year*.
IIP
VI
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jWAPttur do8e,) $,,o °' ° r #i *
For largo, illustrated Trestise on Disessns of
Wo ? n *. n flOO pogco, naper-covered), send ten
Stnts In stamps. Address,
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