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JAMES ItKKD BON, lrop'r.
ASIITAHUI.A OHIO HOW HE SOLVED IT. [POSITIVELY THE LAST.] lTe Vnnw It cnuM lmilnnn, anil nenoe He slrtilitlil wiiy riin lo buy It. lie jmlil hi Mill! IHuiin etrnli And ant tilra down to try It. Fmin Inft to riffht th mimhors range. Maya ho, " 'tla only ipohln'. Thi're, now, l'v6 only a-ut to uhawre The 15 and the If' Ho niovi-d thorn loft, ho moved thorn rfirtat, .... i..i. i n noil njf niMmm . Bays ho, " When tmco you jn-t the sleltfht, lt Just aa plain aa preauhlu'." Ho movpil thorn down, ho moved them up, Hi'snlvcrt to miiko thum llo rlKht; Hp portrooly atoppiil to dine or aupt lie lit the lampH at twIllKht. Ho worked till elht, he worked till nine, He worked till mlilniirlit em-k-crow; Btlll to Its proper pltiee In lino He couldn't make that block go. Hp worked till two. he worked till throe. And then lie ifot it noarlv. He wm kill till he l-iriiii to (too The iliiwa or irun-iuus; oloarly. And then, with nindnovi In hid eyo. And hlt ueruliruin tiuriilnir. He ne up wnh a tniulily i And ruBUou out lu tliu moiuiuir. erv And thin he "homed: "Take Ithoncol I And all skill and kuaek vain; O, (rive me baek in v tltteeu eenta, And keep your ulaxtedCnick ill Hint" no took a pistol In hN hand, His oyevlarod down the muralo; A tlush, a criu-k. a tumhlo, and llo solviai tlieCraok-llrainPuizle. DISPOSSESSING A WIDOW. ' I Imvo a mind to put up a Job on your client, Trnusilell," said Charlie flloiiier to his law partner, Sain Nor ton. " I have observed that yori wore be coniino; demoralized latiily, but did not suppose you would be ready to sell out a client," replied Korton. "Let u know, however, what the job is, and if it has an innocent look perhaps I will go in for chances and shares. Allen Truosdell, anainst whom this plot was forming, had been in the hands of those lawyers only a few weeks. He had lately come from another part of the Statu, and had been buying, through them, a valuable paper-mill property, located on the river a few miles bo low the city. Monier & Norton had been his attorneys in the transaction, and hail realized a handsome profes sional fee. In connection with that business there had also been some collateral transactions through which an overduo mortgage of eleven thou sand dollars had come into the hands of their client. The property held by the mortgage was a handsome homo stead, belonging to a widow lady, Mrs. Trowbridge, young or at least not very old, not more than thirty-two and a beautiful woman. Mr. Trucsdell had not yet seen the iroperty or its owner. The mortgage md been taken on the assurance of his attorneys that the security was amplo. . i . The lady's deceased husband, Charles Trowbridge, had died suddenly three years before, and left considerable real estate in a badly-entangled condition. He had been a bold, ambitious opera tor, ana not very pruaent; made new purchases continually ,, 'itu money raisetl by mortgaging anything on which a mortgage could be placed. until even his family rosidence, the property of his wifo, had, by her con sent, reluctantly obtained, become in volved to the extent of more than half its real value. Mrs. Trowbridge had one child liv ing, her little boy. Ruby, now six years out. and lor his sake sue had been do ing her utmost to save what she could of the rtronp.rtv her hualmnd loft. Riid she had managed so successfully thus far that when a sale was inevitable she had been able to effect it herself, and not leave that ceremony to be performed bv tno Blienn. The reader has probably suspected by this time that the job those lawyers were preparing to put up on their client was not likely to be very serious or damaging. They had learned from in cidental remarks of his that he had been a widower for several years, and had a small family consisting of two little daugnters and lus youngest sister. also a maiden aunt of his deceased wifo, who was managing his family affairs, but not in a very satisfactory way " The Trowbridge property," said Mr. Monier to his partner, " will just suit our client for a residence, and the right and easy way for him to get it will be to bid it in under foreclosure sale, and then dispossess the widow." "A charming idea, " said Norton: " but of course he must see the prop erty in the urst place, and determine how much he will be willing to give for it.' "Mrs. Trowbridge, I belicveP" A graceful bow was the lady's an swer, and tho visitor added: Mr. Trues dell." " I am pleased to see you, Mr. Trues dell," said the widow, as with a motion of her hand, she invited him to resume the scat from whicli be had risen on her entering. " I have called, madam, to look at this proporty, which as I understand is tor sale, saiu tne gentleman. " Yes, sir, I will show you the prop. erty with much pleasure. Rut I must first ask you to excuse me for a few moments. My little boy will entertain j on until 1 return, and Kuby came forward with ready confidence, and si-'nilied his willingness to make him self agreeable. " I hope vou will buy our place, sir:' he said, as they were alone. " If my dear papa had lived we would have Kept it, out now mamma says we can not. " How long has your papa been dead?" asked Mr. Truosdell. " Throe years, sir. Did you ever se mv father?" " No, dear child. I have been living more than a hundred miles from here and have made no acquaintances in this vicinity until lately," the visitor answered, smiling. " Mamma has told me of some cousins of papa s that 1 have never seen, and when I first looked at you thouirht ,ou might be one of them, be cause it seems to me you look like my pima. lie had side whiskers, lust Ilk vou have, and bis hair was the same color, and ho was about as large as you Hero is his picture," and he pointed to a very line oil painting on the opposite wall. Mr. Truesdell was standing before the picture, studying It with much in tcrest. wnen Airs, irowbniige returnei and announced that he might now see the house and grounds. An hour more was spent in this way, affording an opportunity iui sucu casual auu iu cidental remarks as the occasion called for. Ruby was one of the party, course of 'lathi little lov Tour onlf child. tnmiiimr ' aaxed Mr. Iruew nr"' (inked Mr. 'I ruewlell. 'The only one livtnir. I have lost two dear little (rirl. one youngnr than lluliy ami the other two years older." "Ihavo two llttln girl," said Mr. Truosdell, ' and had one boy, who, If living, would be about the age of yours. Ho (lied three years ago, soon after the death of his mother." Don't you think, mamma, this gen tleman looks like papaP" interposed luiuy. - - Well, yos, a little, perhaps," an swered his mother, smiling. " I am much pleased with the general appearance of the proporty, madam," Kir. Truosdell remarked, " and may see you again in regard to it." " Ion may prohaniy Know, sir," sain Mrs. Trowbridge, " that my interest is less than half the real value. A mort gage, now overdue, holds the larger sli are." Mr. Tnv'sdoll did not Intimate that he had lately become the ownor of tho mortgage, but simply remarked that if he concluded to buy the property the mortgage would of course give her no lurtnur trouoie. 'Iwishvou would buy the house, and come here to live, and let mamma and me live here, too," said Ruby, looking up wistfully into the face of Truosdell, and at the same time firmly eraspine his hand. If the mother could have got hold of tho boy at that moment she would have given him an impressive shake, but he was on the other side of Mr. Truesdell, and any attempt to stop him with words might lead to something worse, so she simply remarked: , "I have several other pieces of prop- fty, some of which I have been trying to dispose of, with the hope of saving tins, but the best bids, thus far, have been very low." "Are those pieces of property also noumbered?" " Yes, sir: every one, more or less. ho property that my husband held was rising in nominal value when those mortgages were put on, and he thought he could carry thein safely, but a reac tion came, and now my interest in prop erty on which ho placed a high value amounts to but little." Your experience madam, has been ke that of thousands," said Mr. Trucs dell. "Rut you are fortunate in hav ing oven a little left. I will have some conversation with my attorneys, Monier & Norton, in regard to this property, and will probably call again, within a day or two. (lood-day, madam; good- c-y, Kuby." " (iood-byo," responded the little fellow. " Do come and see mamma and me again. I want to soeyou, you look so much like ray papa. Don't you want to see Air. imcsuoll again mam ma?" 'Certainly, my dear," said his mother. " I shall be much pleased to have the gentleman call." The lad vand p-cntlernan thus casually meeting had incidentally and almost unavoidably learned certain leading facts in regard to each other. Of oourse no remark designed to be in the least degree suggestive of any special or personal Interest had been made by either, and yet the circumstances them selves wero suggestive. " Well, how did you like Trowbridge place, Mr. Truosdell?" asked Mr. Monier, as his client returned. A very handsome place," was the gentleman's answer. "And shall we commence foreclosure proceedings immediately?" asked Mon- er, with a sly side wink at his partner. which was noticed by Mr. Truesdell. 1 he dispossession of the present oc cupant will be simple and easy, and that part f the business wo will turn over to you," ' , . , ; " it is not worm wiuie to mane any cost in that direction ' just now," was the quiet, but signiticant answer. "lamplad vou have come acainl" exclaimed Ruby, bounding into the parlor. " I told mamma I knew you would come." Yes, my boy, I have come to look at your mamma s house once more," but no uid not tinnic it worm wnue to tell Master Ruby that this was not his second, nor even his third call, and that his mother bad probably not thought it necessary to invite him to bo preseut on every occasion. Don't yon want tosoo mamma, too? She will bo here in a minute. She is fixing herself up a little mors before she comes in." . Unfortunately for Rubv tho last re mark was heard by his mother, who was entering the parlor at that moment. 1 liat buy was soon on ins way out, led by a servant, but the outrage was duly resented. ' My mamma shan t treat me this way after vou come hero to live, shall she, Mr. Truesdell?" was his daring shot. ' ' : I would iust like to know, mamma," said Ruby one day, - about six weeks after this incidenV'why I can't stay in the parlor whon Mr. 1 ruesdell comes to talk to. you about buying our houseP" - Never mind, mv dear, saia lus mother, "perhaps Mr. Truesdell will not buy the house auer an." " Will he come here to live, mamma, and let us live bore, too? and be my papa, and and you be Ins wiier" "les. my dear- ttarnmi uoy, ex claimed tho fond mother, clasping: her little child to her heart. Two hours only had passed then since that en gagement hail been sealed with a ring in whioh a glowing ruuy nan Deen sot. In a rapture of joy Mrs. Trowbridge explained to her child, as well as she could, the meaning of the ring and of the precious stone he saw there. - Mr. Monier - would like to spoak with Mrs. Trowbridge a moment," was penciled on a card that was handed to the widow. Nothing wrong, I hope,'' was the thought that startled the lady for an in stant. The marriage ceremony was to take place the next morning, and it was now nan-past eignt in mo evening. Her prospective husband had left her ball an hour betoro, and she was puz zled to oonjecture what reason his law yer could have for calling just then. "1 have culled, niauatn,' said Air. Monier. , " to hand you this document. which is, as you seo, a release of the mortgage on your property." "Why, how is tills?'' said the lady, in surprise. " Has Mr. Truesdell pait off this mortgage?" ; i : ' " Mr. Trueadell has been the' owner of the mortgage, madam, for several months, having purchased it through me, before he Tjecame acquainted with you. In order to restore to vou the full and absolute ownership of the property in the easiest and most direct way, he has. bv our advice, executed this re lease while your name was yet Mrs. Trowbridge." "A name. air. that I have always thought it an honor to bear, but now other emotions fill my heart. If you report to Mr. Truosdell that yon have leit me in tears, please tell him they were tears not of sorrow, but of the deepest grat itude, uood nigui, Mrs. Trowbridge became Mrs. Truos dell at ten a. m. the neit day. " And so this Is the way you dispossess the widow," said Mr. Monier, as soon he could get near enough to his client. after the ceremony, to whisper a word in nis ear. " I thought I would rather possess her," was the reply. ot FARM AND FIRESIDE. The best meat requires the simplest preparation. Egg sauce. Chop up two hard boiled eggs and stir into drawn butter. Huttcr properly worked presents a griln which over-working destroys, giving it a greasy or salvy appearance. I he latter has a dull look instead of a bright, sparkling appearance when the knife ia drawn through it. Nice little sugar cake. Six cups of flour, three cupfuls of sugar, three quarters of a pound of butter, and any flavoring you like. Nutmeg and cin namon are commonly used. Roll out thin, sprinkle with sugar, and bake quickly. Parents should toanh their chil dren to gargle their throats, for it may bo the saving of their lives. It is easier to learn them this somewhat difficult and awkward feat while In health than to attempt it when they are prostrated by disease. Oyster sauce. Set a basin on the fire with half a pint of oysters and one pint of boiling water. Let them boil three minutes and then stir in half a cup of butter beaten to a cream, with two tablespoonfuls of flour, let this come to a boil, and serve. Rock Citkes. One pound of flour, half a pound of sugar, half a pound of butter, half a pound of currants or cher ries, four eggs, leaving out two of the whites. A small quantity of candied lemon peel improves the flavor greatly. Cut the cakes into shapes with little tin cutters, and bake in a steadily-heated oven. Hot Buttered Loaf. One quart of flour, a gill of yeast, two eggs, one tablespoonful of butter creamed, mak ing it softer than light bread dough, lightened in the shape you bake it in, which is usually a round tin. Make it up after breakfast for tea. U is delight ful for handed supper whon cut into slices a little less than an inch thick, just as soon aa it is drawn from the oven, and buttered generously. The slices should be heaped one upon an other as fast as buttered, bo that the loaf may retain its shape. I think stone jugs are preferable to glass or tin for preserving tomatoes in. Although they cost moro in the first place than glass, hcy will last a life time with any leasonable usage. I pre fer those holding two quarts or a gal lon. With us, ' tomatoes are used as freely as potatoes, and I have frequent ly done up thirty or tmrty-nve gallons in a season. The tomatoes are cooked ten or fifteen minutes, salted, skimmed and nut throuoh a funnel into the iuirs. which are first rinsed in hot wator. Se . . t " . ... - j- cure with good corks and a cement made of two parts resin to one of bees wax. Cor. ltnrul New Yorker. Dr. Colycr, chemist of the Depart ment of Agriculture at Washington, is reported as saying: "The corn crop of Indiana is worth annually about $75,- OUO.OOO. If one-tenth of the ground upon whiuh this is raised was devoted to sorghum of the variety best suited to that latitude sugar - could be raised equal iu amount to our whole importa tion, which is, with duty added, about $109,000,(XK)," and this would only equal about fifty per cent, of his exper iments. He further lays that U con gress would give ,him ton acres on which to experiment next i season, he would return twenty tons ot raw sor ghum sugar equal to the best raw cane sugar, ur lurieit ui9 epuuhtiou. Telephone Pudding. Line a bak ing dish with sponge-cake flavored with lemon or bitter almonds'. Prepare next a rich custard from three pints ot un skimmed fresh milk, nine yelks of eggs beaten light, and hall a pound ot sugar. flavor with vanilla, lioil the milk urst, and pour it boiling over the sugar and eggs, stirring rapidly, when it must be put back: on the nre, and mixed with live ounces of gelatine, already quite well dissolved in cupful of cream. Five minutes will finish the custard, the cook stirring without intermission Now pour it into the lined mold, aud it will soon harden. After this is the o ise, dot about on the surface preserved strawberries or guava jelly. Then make from the wluuis of the eggs used in making the custard a light meringue, allowing a tablcspoc nful of pulverized white sugar to cacn egg. nace layers of this meringue and the sweetmeats named above, and brown tba top by means of a hot shovel held over it. The pudding should be oatun with rich milk or creaiu, is new, and has been a highly commended disn. itarper a isazar. Is Permanent Grass Possible! Tills question has been discussed at considerable length in the columns of an eastern agricultural journal. Ono party took the ground that the agricul ture of this country would never equal that of Great Britain till the farmers here devoted a considerable portion, of their land to permanent grass. He urged that permanent pastures and meadows save labor and sood, and pro duce the largest crops of grass possi ble, and maiutaiued that it was as easy to have theni . here , as in England. Another party endeavored to show that permanent grass was impossible in this oountry; owing to the proclivities of our cumate. liie lrost throws me roots of the grass out of the ground during the winter, while the drouth and hot suu have a very unfavorable effect on the entire plant during the latter part of the summer. In his opinion a permanent productive sod is only pos sible in a onmate like that of England Ireland aud Holland. Now it seems apparent that the pos sibility of permanent grass in this country depends on circumstances, Some grasses and other forage plants will curtainly retain their hold on cer tain soils fov generations, and show lit- . .i:-.T.....: - ..:..i.i' T i. WO ut uu UlllllllUllUU ui vieiu. 1UU1D are meadows in New England occupy ing the sites of pond formed by the beavers that built dams across streams that have produced a 'largo orop of grass every year during two centuries, Many of the mountain sides in Ver mont have supported large flock of sheep since the country was first set tled. In many instances the land was never plowed, being too steep and rocky to cultivate. There was thick, productive sod on all the western " prairie from the time they were first visited by the early French -explorer - till ' they were brought under cultivation for the purpose of producing corn and small grain. Whevever this prairie od was E reserved in the older of the Western tales it still produce large crops of grass. The finest blue gras pastures in Kentucky are permanent. The land was never plowed and what U more never cieered. in some cases f;rasa seed wu sown among the trs; nit in the majority rf instance the aeea was aen-eown. Airnoat the en re area of the State of Texas is cor l with a permanent sod The varieties grass have changed to some extent since the country was first settled, but the yield has not apparently diminished, and there is no appearance that the grass is likely to die out. One thing that operate against a permanent artificial sod in this coun try ia the way the land is treated be foie it ia needod down to grass. It ia often devoted for many year to the production of crops that bike from the soil the same element of fertility that are required for grass. It is planted with corn and town with grain till the yield become very small. It ia then seeded to grass, but then) is so little for it to feed upon that it is short lived. Ordinarily, soil that ha been plowed, harrowed, and cultivated for a series of years is too loose for tho formation of sou that shall be permanent. J lie sun parches It, the water washes it, and trie frost heaves It to such an ex tent that the more tender grasses are destroyed rixt anil tnlK. About the time that the grasses that were sown ave become killed out, the soil is in the best condition, as fal as firmness is concerned, for being covered with a permanent sod. Another thing that operates against the foundation of a permanent sAd is the kind of grasses we cultivate. Tim othy and red clover are our fashionable forage crops, and it appears to be diffi cult to induce farmers to substitute any thing else for them. They produce a large amount ot xeea while tney last, but they are not enduring. The red clover plant endures but two years under the most favorable circumstances, and it is often killed by having its roots thrown out of the ground the winter aftor the seed ia sown. Timothy can be retained in the soil many years only by the most judicious management. 1 he roots are comparatively short, o that it cannot withstand drouth on very dry land. If cut low the hot sun after hay ing is likely to destroy or injure them. n an overstocked pasture, stock, espec ially sheep and horses, will bite the bums below the stalks and insure the death of the plant. The most favorable lands for perma nent meadows and pastures are those that are tolerably moist; but by the aid ot suitable grasses in suiucient variety a permanent and practicable soil may be established almost anywhere. The best, and by far the easiest way to se cure a permanent sod for pasturage, in the W est, is to leave the native prairie sod unturned. It is very easy to im- Srove the character of tho cut by intro ucing new grasses which may be done by only scratching the sod with a har row. This ' will afford sufficient tine earth to cover grass seed. The most suitable grasses to introduce will depend on the character of the sou. un moist land red-top does remarkably well, but it amount to very little on dry, sandy soils. Orchard grass and Kentucky blue grass are well adapted for forming a permanent sod, as their roots pene trate the soil to a great distance. White clover has remarkable endurance, and for covering hillsides is superior to al most any kindoi grass. Chicago Timet. When a man in a Vermont grocery store wo sitting upon the edge of the counter, and his feet slipped and he raked the whole length of his back on the counter's edge, and sat square down in a bushel basket of eggs which stood right where he couldn t miss it, the grocer was horrified, and exclaimed: Was it an accident r: and the victim renlied: " Rv Jove. sir. if vou insinuate that I skun "my back and got myself into this mess on purpose, i ll jam your head into the remains of those eKfPl An octogenarian married couple in Meriwether County, Ga., who have lived happily together over half a cen tury and roared a family of children, have at last quarreicu ami separaiea. HATCHER'S STATION, Ga. R V. Prrnre. M. TV: Dear 6(r My wife, who hart Deen 111 tor over two yeara, and had tried many other medicines, became aoutul and well by usimr your Favorite- rreaerlptlon. My niece wan a)o cured by lu uae, after several pbyalclau THOMAS. J. METHVIN. BALTIMORE, Md. March 5th, 1879. rill. R. V. Pikiick: Jter air v m i have tinea vour Favor ite Preaerintlon aud It haa dune all that la claimed for It. It la the beat of all prepara tions for women complaints. I recommend it to all families. G. S. WATERMAN, Druggist. RF.nntNG's RrssiA Sai.vb meets with won derful am.' cesa in all cases of aklu diseases. G. S. WATERMAN, Druggist. From a Distinguished Clergyman. WASHINGTON, D. C. June 19. 1879. I have known of persona re garded themselves as greatly benettted, aud son., of them as pertnneiitly cured of dtn eaes of the kidneys ami urinary orpans by your medicine, Warner'a Bafe Kidney and Liver Cure. I have known, too, of it use In similar canes bv nhvsiefansoi the htir nest char acter and standing. 1 do not doubt that It J. E. RANKIN. Tub trade-mark is on every package of the Frazer Axle Urease, ituy only tno genuine. or sale everywhere. THE MARKETS. NEW YORK, March 27. 1880. 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CATTLE Iloet 4 60 4o H 60 Moiliiim 3 00 40 4 00 HOGS Good 00 40 76 bllhEl' 6 26 4 7 76 Consumption Cured. phyttetan, prsrlle bavin; hal plaeed In his handa by an Kaat India mtMlnnary th formula of a almpi faf-tatd reme'ly f'rr the apeadf and ,r inaiient cure fiir Oai.umptlon, Hroni-liltU, Catarrh, Atthma, and all Throat and Loot; AITerttona, atari a poaftlr and radleaj eilre for Nervoua Debility and all Narvona im- plalnta, aftar having teatcd rla wonderful eurattve puwsra In thouaands of eaaea, haa felt It bia duty to make It known to hi aufferln fallows. Artuated by thie motive and a dV.Ira to relieve human aufTerin;, 1 will tend free of eharr to all who dealra It, iota reeipe in uertntn, rreneh or r.nKll'b, with full dtrerlkma for prepartnr and ua Ina. Bent by mail hy addretatnir with stamp, nainlnjr thla paper, W. W. hMaa 14V j orttrr lib, Jtocfmur, JV. J. VKflimwa fa tha treat health reatorer fompoeed excliialveir of barks, root and herl. It fa very pleaaant to Uka; ycrj ciuiu uaea iu Po tor throat, ranrle with Plan's Cur. nuca wito little water. Heuei it instant. C. OiMtRBT'sPat. Olosa Rtarrh for flne f atirlea, fr-rni iri-Tuwi Tbe Bltterf tnv-ilaMr rnnmly w-Huwmw r tM tnm- Pattlyr aitd whlu of th ej. piit In Um right ida Hid under Um rlftrt honldtr-bUde. fmrrd famruft, blrh-eolared arinc, umw, Ttrt-r. drtpnMd CK-tU-paUan. bMTlnraa of th head, nwntai 6rDm&cj ad evi7 0ttoni&aInUUoaor arrMnpanlrirt nf Bdlur- frmd ooodlltuo uf Um llr. Tbe Knaiarb. bowaU and kidnw aJjo upertonoo their reculaUjic aod toubs Influaooft for atie by all DrmrrUta aod Dealer ffmerialU'. GRAEFEfJBERG VEOETABUfi I ?'f .- "A ' Mildest ever known, eur W. M MALARIAL DISEASES, V SA HEADACHE. BILIOUS- Vy- if'" NE8S' INOICESTION and AtnA FEVERS- These IPIILIL Ton ud the tyttem nd rettpr hemlth to those suffering from general debility anc nervousness. Sold by ell Drurpitts. CS Oenta ror 3a . Whj don't job flint lift Eatti h::i Flint? SEE WHAT PEOPLE WHO HAVE USED IT SAY. Holston Salt and piaster Co., Snltvllle, Vs., Pat. 20th, IB80. SAY I It Klvea u pleasure to state that your paints have given the most perfect satiafaction. We painted two houaea with CUTTA PERCHA PAINT, some two years ago, and are so well pleased with It tnat we snan use your painton some twenty of eur houses, occu pied oy our employes ana man agers. send tor sample woiors ana Price List to CUTTA PERCHA PAINT CO., CLEVELAND, O. CHICAOO, ILL. PENSIONS Are pau4 M all eeldfr ba k7V iM laey an dtub-4 fr it u-UM ar 4 aa WMm tfalU te (t Um IihIi T tbe limn f Pe'e iiibIIM try ia law. at I la laU-a IbmZSi i -aaj ledsm-e r"H niU be mrti St oase. Tt ttuuv- r Mill raiit-al M M IM I Til f IrM asnasU Da til a UBtf.T-UH4i till U1 drawiac BeasiotM era la By per ste - T Iv.t, Pnet Oaual la- I Pa law, 0 S. Oet fal Br. W. a. HoU-srsT. Pee-aaMer. H- J. C. &nrt h-AU'j OnI Hen J a June, tiJueHr rwL butu kniMOa, i iueiaa asite la iiaiaasMtu as m r shbih: 'W baa tee u. AlrM , ii. FIT Cart.Lj , oo Either Boa 0 Wasalnaton Oity.D.a.ar lniltanaills,Iiid. 'i-Jia'!! Fk jlNSTITUI iJ- 1itaMtKhed In T1 for trie Cnra of 'aacvrt Tonara, r lrr, Wrsfiil. and bln IliM-an-fi. wuhinii iiiauc ut knlfaorlnmof bhxwl and little pain. For Information, circulars and rpfereiifps, kodress Ir. F. 1. lOSD. Aurora. Kioe (X..11L rlMsl Ml lry a GRANT'S rpOUR AROUND THE X WORLD. I Onntalntnc ths corresnnndtmce of Jlfin Bio 1mi oniif, 10 wuinn is aanpn a itiu at-count nf til recwiilliMi." from San Fnuirtfleo M FliiladM filila. IMM pairm, too Hlutratloni.imlj m-.HO, prliiiM n both KngilHb and (iennaii. (hitAtHli all uttifr iMltl.ms, because It h the edition the people want Sent) for lllua trated rlrcular and pifHif of wtiat neaay. FuRUUA 4 Mt'MAKlN. 110 W.VlfUi StreoL Ctncliinstl. Uhlq Fifty Dollars Rew arfl A woman call In hentelf Mr. M. A. Proctor, Mr. Bar reu. Mm. J SUllwt-11. altiLC. lelbm, and a number of other aliases, 1h travellnjc In the weetern btatea and tit intfliiiu pTonfi of Tarlmia luuii of money on Ui pri'tenre uiai ttne is aiitnonaea oy me w eauuiisn acen- clr for the aale uf aline, lenioreet'a reliable patt.'tm of the Failoiis. I will pay the aum of Fifty Dollar to am rv'rmn n'lnK hor arrmt and aonvlrttnn. aiAiK. ucMijittai. u uii lm at., ntw xorm. Alcrnta Wntal forttw Life A Adv.ntiir..r Run Chaiv Ui T fp T '11 1'ttt turnout MOWEY ii nil fl I II Mtfln Rapidly! wutun b tHnwif. & GUIDE Tula la the only authentic book tflTlimafnll account of bis woiiui'rful CttTttr oo the ftontlnr; reouunftfig bit thrilling adventures and hair-breadth earaiiei: hla aer Tlcvft Ui Die (Jovdniment aa Scout aim (Jul He. Endorwd by Qen'-ra. P. U. Sheridan, nnd tilKhly m-onunendMl by tlie 1'ieavt, making it a rare tHik for Anentx. Atlttteaa II. W. IIIX KLItV,M So. Canal SU. Clilcago. HI PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Cure Mirk Hrala-he, aili. In the Buck or ptiiitt. nnrunimiain ana n rarn i(it. UrutaeH, fll t I" fl lit 1 llwLLil rvtfna r 1 1. nvkanip. Farmer, FlHiUrr, atnllor. and In fart all clamea waoiuina medicine aiwajn at band, and vi Co nae liileriinlly or f attsrnnlly vtltta ocrvalut THE VICTOR Double Huller Clover Machine --3aall ! thaeMUy kind that aaiarer I hailed KM) ho.hcli of aerd a out day trota 4usp ana ret at i aw. Rend foi Da- cTlpilva Ctrealar aad Frloa Lift, which contain nail felt Ha eonnitniBi- lala. Hurnlwwi Aarrio ulLearevl lamBlraatoeit fetter. Ca. atloa. aara yvH taw AdtTttimmL iiajaaa W, Md. A- INewi lOxoitintr Hook, Brlatllntr with WILD ADi nTlINER STANLEY IN AFRICA. The only mithtmte and eopuriohitd cheap edition. A full hut'ry ui tils uoudnirul dlsooerien in Africa and ai arve Imiat tuuniuy tiou u ih ( uuy hnwwllliia faster than any other biioa tn America, fur lull dftlp Uotiand terina, ailraM Hnhiiard Hiim.. PutiUsbv ra, CI.ltn.ao. III. A la , Ft TH WANTKW. how to be your own rj,a,":", a tUVITD axilla, futv Lnv (X LAW I aH ar..! a,raa. Oa ai atdSHIa oaa (ora, aaothar IM la M data, aaathar 1 la ia dart, aamhar 11 la 4ay. aaather tea la a k kra. 'f- "Itanru. aTaaahar III n. II. TaM.uala IT 1... Ii (ILD t tKPLt fn. fiat ,.l, K,. all... e. aaaH. TVU Wra4i t. ai.oe ruati era. am tarTB'at.Lri acuta (Q., rka.,ia W A 1" EJ I OaUlofua free. 97 per day made tea aa aaVlaaVW UAta s tvO . V 0" o r i ,i i !- a. ! ' W i Y VEBETH1E For Cancers and Cancerous Humors. Tk Doctor Cert .flea to. mm 4m it. kmn.wr. Wtimerffli On.. Ii. m 14 17 ft. Mil n. R rtiit'tsnt Imnr rtir--Thl) M bt rWtifr TTrtaf f had hnn mfftr1n K 4 f nrt on ffirrlritt brtt, hl-h gn-w vrjr rpl1iF, and all mj fnr.fh rtfl riven m npio itr ' tnrr aim i,'nr-r'jtiu nnntira. i n.in (ponr. w uk K. an! mnn firi(1 my irif tM-fflnnlTK to WI ix-IW; my rl'h rnl arlrtu .! f tt Ire tmiln triflnn tiin It ., aod In a (rm motif rm fr-nn r earn out alnoet Mil. carric Droimrjrr. lewflfr that I am ikmnnaltr amrialntad with Un. DJrgrin, mmI ermmtdn bar ot 'ir rrrj t" wm-m. iH. ft H. rw.iu. T tft-KMWi m nm Br Km If Tuniti will rH!-, (twin. (Ifnt, titirtfr antl fire ti'h tWwmAm, mttorttiK lit patfjtM u prftvt hMliii afcr trjiiig Hi 1rmt rihi-IHanw. mrit rrnwIlMa. munrrtri- tor rnr li tt r'j nam-luaiTf iirif. If im, ar a iitTTr. ftm ran k rwrfrt? Wrif H f WmMI'ite! rfoimniR nrh r-4t nrrw? It m.mkn In U hl.n-l. In ut rtrcnlafttn ult Itfantn.tr lw faill th 'Jt'ftt fil'Kfl I-urMer. Tm gmt mr tft til a orlrfnaf I" the htvi ; and no niMI'i'i1 that (.. oi act rtlr-tlr ujmn It, In imrlff and reacrf w, haa ao Jiut dUklia opwo public aucnu-o. VEGETINE. I regard It as a Valuable FAMILY MEDICINE JAMCAET I, 1D1S. Me. H. R. IfTTTW'ra : lir Sir 1 uku piMwnr In mjrm that f hare nai th Vcrtln in mr famlii with irv1 rwmo, and I ha) kunwti 'if rf-vtral ram uf ft-marK-i'l rum ffl Ktd tf Ha J rvfti it m i TJiuui larniij mrninn Th Rt. ffm Ifcrnwiald fa wHl tvwn Thrmifb. the uiuifla auu6 aa a u-uuau is um a . iaurci VEGETINE. pbepjlrkd r II. B. STEVENS, Boston, Mas.. Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists. 'WILBOX.f OQ-TOTT-O 07 PURE COD LIVES ATT DtTTt T TTTT PTtocH Uiflr it-xU tn uty In favor of U) u of " H tt hor'i flirt ' "rf ( fMt ana ,irt." ItitB-rlpn' haa prrred It to h a vaJtiaiMo rrmorly for ConnampOoo, Asthma, IHpMhTl-, aud all flivfch-n of the? Tiint and Lima. Watnirv-t'TTr'd onlf by a. B Wilbuk, Chemist, THE BEST REMEDY FOR Woman's Wronjzs WILL n 9QVJV9 IU TKS WOMAN'S FRIEND. LORD, STOUTENBUBG & CO., 86 Wabash At., Chicago, of.t icnn, tr-For Sals by All Dront-H. LIFE THOUGHTS TOR YOUNG MEN. By H. Kaonn, D. D . Paator if St. M-rk'iKofllh rran- antral LuUieran Chnrcli. . Leila Ida. Cnanter L Our Yiiuiur Mn: CiiaD. 11. . 1 1 ' Yiruiuf Han: ituo. U Peril of afa-lns HaaU to be Kl: Chap. V. f'aua-a FM and IU Reltan-e; Chap. of Failure In LUe; Chap. Tl. Klementa f Sueeeat In Life; map. Vll.-Chawter; Chap. VUI.-Duty; Chap. IX. The Mudel foona; Mao; Chap X- Tha Ytrana Wan and tht-Hlble; ('nap. II. InftilelHy or Ctaii-Uanltj V hlfihT Than. XII. Mpmorlfi of Hume. A book of 0 paces. pr1ritd on flneealeiidered paper and handsomely bouna. 1 At? grtautl good la yrtoutt numur.' Forwarded, poat-pald, for $1.50. by avldreulug Um muuum. no. wn ut (iambi tKrert. WL Loula, Mu. AGENTS WANTED FOR TUT MZCTORZAli r.HiST0RYW0RLD Krahraciiitt iuii suki auuit-aor acentnta of ovary nation of ancient aod modern times aod Inriudlna a alatorr of tbe rt.te aitd fall of the (irwk and Kncnan Kaiplraa, the middle aoea. the cniwlea. UiefeiutaJ ayatenv, tks refold mallon.iodlsorTer7andettl''tr(etitof the New World, etc etc It oNiLalnn 7H flnehiaUtiiRal anOTaTlrun. ami In the moat complete Hltrr of the World erer palillsbed. Send Iim apeclinen pagea and mra tcrma to Ajreatx Ad dreaa. National Ptilahins Co.. Chlcaco, 111. Hailed Free for ti Cta, Voaur for f . e . wll I la paM to aay eien whatwrpUdt a lmp Dttaet witboar raiaaiaA aaraiY at- Haf aaa aaylatapar tarttr, r rave a fa arlafrinf aad baatlaf. Bnl far , vlU aUl aaUal $10,000. SAFETY LAMP. J aad TX Toarlainr-. , a, nawTort' ottjt ump q Factory and Office. Binghamtae, N. . r. fll I I In Breasn MRftAr.ri fit T Coxprcssei Art year Oroeer far PRFERVEO COM PRESSED YEAST 'llarun Lleoerfs process). In ounce oa-lotl pmckiLitt. DirecUons Inctuand. GRAIN AND PROVISION COM MISSI0H 1 MZECHAH T8. BeMtrte dolBK a Oenerai Cttrnmrwlon burdnem tn UUtftR (jLAWril IKd, e Buy fand Mell Grain In 1.00 bu. liKfl and upward; also. Pur and Lard In any qua r ti tle det-lrwt. 0rref;Hiiii1eace aitd irilinneTiU noliciuai. LAHMOa NKON.,141 U. Slle St, Cfilraao. PPHC ReTolTRi-a. Illaf. Catalogue free. U U ll v Ureat Weatrn Una Wtrka, Muaburan, la. f-'U-iVv r "J Tkl pawder makea MGUtEdaaf DaUer tlra jear roasd. Coav mm aaaaa aad the Sdcate of Chcattatrr applied to Batter aaaklac Jaiy, Aaroat aad WLatir Batter made aqmal to taa beat Jane prod act. IkiwMI prod act C per erat. ImproTei qaalltf at lea-t 20 per cent. Bedaeas labor ef eharaUf eaa ltall. Prereata Batter kenailaa; raadd. iBprotea imarket nlae t te ft cent a peaaA. Guaranteed: free fro at all lajarlevj tarred la to. Clvea a alee Oeloea Color tke Tear roaad. tft eeata worth will predooe $t.oo la toereaee of proaaet aad aaarkct valae. Caa foa aaaka a better taTeataieatl Beware of lafllatloaa. Genuine aold only In Doxea with trade) mark ot dairymaid, together with word "Gilt-Edub Bdttkb alAKKK" printed on each package. Powder aoM by Oractra aaa General Stoikeapen Aak your dealer for our book "tainta to Buttcr-Makera," or aend atamp to M for IU Small aiie, H m., at 5 cents; Large aue, 11.00, Great saTlng- by buying tee larger aise. i Addreee, BUTTER IMPROVEMENT C0 Prop'ra, r , tfVada ay "Bmitak RttwmL BDFFAXO, N. Ta NICHOLS, ' '.h. VT - - tf.VAV" Ayaaauaraco iirmXIHttllULT at BiBLI aatd WaaWrralir fflaia, aalwy Uaa taaai aaa aaaT tha aaaaal gaaw aad Wat. roHTaai.a, ratcriot, ae rriuw. amnio rtui iwiatt, wti atiai aatart r rrr, aaraatnty, tavt Ifaaaw-j, aad Kaaaly aallraly aaaaova la otkar avkca. auaa-radar Oaldu a.) aaaaaa-l'aaar Upmr a aaarlahy. rW ain a Atvaeataea, ftfaea Mi aa Tveh Rtrt Pawar twiaTT-rwo TKiRpt ov rarMmRArw in rominorn atwiinma ay ta er aaaaaavaM!, rknUlMw a atraaaj; (avulM aa Mparkr f1 aaal biraiU A JaUTlO)! Tfc Watrfrrfal hm aad rVaalartty af aaa TtkralarH ahlrf kaa ritra .tfc-r aiarhUr U taall fartaaa aairm ar a aw altallaf a aiilltt aad pitta eaT aalaetar aaa a-at latuatlaaaa af aw htaaa tyaaaa. BB NOT IKTKIVKD ai all, vat i wartltlfM aarbinrrr. If Taa am 'JH(HiIU."aae taa ftvat aa. ma n u, r,aTin laB aaa aa mr IValara. ar wrtaa aa Ba aw lUaMrataa Ua-ealan. arakti w mti. area. A44raaa KICH0L8, SHEPARD A OO., eHi rva.. aTVaa. I- laLaajUJ pIfeoted BUTTER COLOR ft Olrea Bettor the Ufeda;ed onlor the year rnonaanaa or uairymcn aay 1 i- i- rMtftxT. national I'iniunia ai. n . i,i'nj i ir. It routa. who uipaft. where to fl It. V r I.I H, ww; SHEPARD & COJ BKttla Ora.k, Mloh. OHIO IX A L AJNJJ ONLY OINUINX VIBRATOR 99 ' tailing Machinery and Portable and Traction Enginsi tW aaUfd af 9Mmm taaaaykaart Hw 4i aUhf WarO. HTrilli tor tfr.U-a.rt, llaaa'BaTtaff, rawM Clavaaaa BaM aarf Tkjk Mark. " INtVBr.RABLB aa OaalHy af naierial, FVrwtlaa af rat wwiifa TiairaaaMaailH Elra IHaa,ad aVattly wt BaaW. aAKVIvUMaterfwU.aai4-rtarW.rhl.all kind, of ftrala, aa 1 ataa, fnra atjtaa Iarfd aUaalad Hat UT1 tat ann roowd. The Urpeit Bntter Bnrerarec mnnd Ita aaa. L'ind by an in t raiin-i ii-fl. Awartled tnc inur- va rWaca, a aw a, wltaaal aaaaga af aaasa, huMae aakU. W.- - . fctL-...t...-,Ma A.-k v.nrdrnirniiif or me rrhani fnrit; or wrllr tnai-lr whaM lit. wiia K If H A KIIU1 rropnriwra. a.u. 1 - I. CLENDENEN, M. D., OFFICE, BOOM 7, 148 Madison airast, Chloago, nun C-ncer, Tumors, Etc.P By a New and Scicntiflc Process. fn Unfferw Pa-ietlr la naerl and aiaBia Hf aaa taal tfratrMot wtten mikm laU. SEND FOR REFERENCES. - i . mm ittirmtrl It. JrHo' fvy CVra.) A Trlt! prermratlon an-1 Xbm aily tmrm tmMT la tfie wirti f r Hrlarht'a lilaeaaeMs Iflalx-tM. an. ALL HldlBia-, Ulrer, mm4 I rl nmrj 1-lnewea. aT-Ttimoni-ia- uf the blghaat ordar In proof Of tlif-vr aiatrciiUi. WV t fire .tf tlfafWMa, tall tor WaP ra Bmfe DImI! ft-. aT-Fur ti.e. c.ire i-f HrlvMl't unfl tTi rtthef rliavaav, rail for Wanar'a aaR KMaat aunal l.lvr 4 ear. 8afeRemdiea an old by Druggiit nrf Dealer ill Medicin avary Where. H.H. Warner & Co. Pivivrftrtiaera EOTrimtRaS. T. TUTT'S PILLS KESBSBBmssesiasseM SYMPTOMS Of A TORPID LIVER. IaOaa of Appetite, Bowel costive. Fain la the Head.wuhmdultBensationin thebaok part. Pain under ths shoulder blade, full ness after eatlnaj, with a disinclination to exertion of bodv or mind. Irritability ot temper, Low rrpirita, with a fee linn of hav ing neglected aome duty, Wearineaa. Iita ineaa. Fluttering at the Heart, Dot a be fore the eyee. Yellow Bkin, Headache generally orer the right ere, Beatleaaneae with fltf ui dreajna, highly colored Urine fc CON9TIPATION. TUTTS PILLS r aiBtally edmrrtedl te - rmmm. m alBgla 4sm effW't aurh eteaange ef foea liaa; m to Mtonlat the aai fTrrer. eULO EVKKYWUEUJl. PKlCK 35 CENTS Offlee, S& 11 Hire. y Street New Vork ASK VOUR DRUGGIST FOP, THE If out of It, tell him to ardtv of LORD. STOUTENBURG & CO., aa x. an jsa. aa rvi' w. 89 Wabash Avenue. Chloago, Ilia ZD LhNlb. ;0' Mm. Pitt eo- fistTinletii amlairi. aUonaof cau-v-a, vrmpfinta aid treatmeiir,, uniea of oar tw, an in plan. iaiirua7e; aar many uin ita COL AOKNTS WANTKIX Jnce 'JT, cta. Addreaa W.R.UVDKA CO.. 01 Waahlnglontft. Chicaao SEEDS THAT WILL GROW! TVATthem' ('iithMn: liiinlea Haiuial and plmltt forlM) sw rkii, and mall"! r-a. Hendforlu J. B. ROOT, aeqd Grower, lLckfurd. 111. THE WOMAN'S FRIEND Will Cure that Sick-Headache. W" W Sale by Ail ttuaaiaai. Alintll'illlA A HfC4lPA1l. ft All the Ltiwt All Traafoaa. w. jl.lHTHiiTTH r.vis. " Bend fic PampbleC MOVABLI-TOOTIf Ul'l LAR A. HAIR and t'io aenf O O. T tuywbem. WlV4maia and BetalL H1ctlaBt frt. Uoala aiiaraa reed. B.tJ.9TaaTMUl57 Wabaab avOdcaao. YOL'Ifl BKH leam rrtearraphy and earn 4fi tn100 a isonth. very frail u ate arafiiewl a pylna lt aatlon. Addrma ft TaJendne, Manairer, Janaarllle. wla, IF YOU ARSSICK. I ClUlill.iU.aGo..AB. Ufa. A. W. Oaaaa. M. D. kstclrvaa, IU)IaWiTv the Da. a. W". Ari-ir, atirn. IT Mat lVITit i author of Oca' Mip; Sop. I CENT wmted for I lostr'd Life o Jam t Broth era, KQCaTHUILLINO NEW BOOK. eireuUra fro. W. aV i!UVAM,rBb., fi2 N. 4tu St., fib LouU, Ma. OPIUM B. rthlne HaMt Cwrexl In ! tOd". Xoaav llllrareda OTirnaV), ummaun, uiuu. a Jhv at home eaiW made. Caatly outlU bwa. A ad 'a True A Co, Aiwuata. Ho. tT OnnO I'rar. Our Agents make it. Nef POUUU Oooda, OOK, VONiit k (JO. , alt. Loula, Mo. S66 A& oaUU fr& Addr'a H. Uallett fcCo .Purtlaod, Ma. la tOll per dav at home. SiimpleawortbdS IQ ID f L U frea. Addjaaa Siinhjn A Ca , Purtiand. M 1T" 1 'f 1 I I A. N. K. 7 .fSi.