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V YOU don't need the doctor for tvery little trouble, but you do need in the house a trusty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand MllMean:s a certain cure for disorders of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Use it atonce for sore back, furred tongue, lost appetite and changes In urine or bowels. It is wise to be always ready for them . Sold by druggists, $ 1.00 a bottle. TNK DR...H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO. T. LOUIS MO. For sale by J. L. Schultz. MARION STONE & MONUMENTAL CO. K. L. KILLIAN, Prop., JASPER, TENN. Manufacturers of.... GKANITK and MARBLE MONUMENTS, TABLETS, HEADSTONES. AND All kinds of Cemetery Work. We handle the best of marble, and 'give the best of workmanship. Freight is a large item in ships ping finifhed marble. If you pur chase from us we will savejou sev eral dollars. We have an expert engraver and supply any design or style of en graving desired. BUY THE nil SEWING MACHINE . Do not lxi (1 reived by those who nl viTtisc a SWiO.UO Bowing Machine for flSJ.OO. Thisklnd ol'anisuhiiie cnii be lnmglit from uaorany of our dealers from $1").00 to $13.00. WC MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The l'Ved determines) "ie strength or , Atikness of fcVwino; Jliiehiues. Tlie Ioublc Food fotnhinetl with otliet tron. points makes the BTcw Hoisie the best Hewing JIuckine to buy. 'WritpfnrPIRPII! AMel.:; IIIUUIW UlltUUL-nilU wins Jt.u-I.ln,.; iuauuructureuiiu prices Ix'tore jmtvlmslii THE NEW HOME SEWIKS MACHINE GO. OnANQC, MASS. 28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 111., AUiinui, (Li., Bt, Louis.Mo., Dallaa,Tcx.,San fmncisoo, Cat FOR SALE BY "Yankee Doodle Arid Dixie Agree St. Andrews, Cold Tea. Your Liver Cures. HE CALLS FOR IT. Dyer's Store, Fa., July i, '97. Andrews JSrf gto., Bristol, Teiin. Getillemen: We have had a good trade on Your St. Andreiv't Cold Tea for the liver. We sold out before your man called, and have have had calls J or tt nearly every aay. Yours trulv, G. and 7. R. RICHARDSON. 1 tan recommend St. Andrew's Cold Tea lor the liver. It relieved me when suffering Jrm rheumatism and indigestion of the stom nth. Mrs. N. C. LEONARD, Nov. S, 'qb. Ingraham, III. Greatest Liver and Kidney Medicine on Earth. LOCAL. Guaranteed Salary $900 YEARLY. Men and women of good, address to represent us. somo to travel appointing agents, others for local work looking f ter our interests. $000 salary guaran teed yearly; extra commissions and ex penses, rapid adrancement, old estab lished bouse, lirand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant, per manent position, liberal income, and fu ture. New brilliant lines. Write now, STAFFORD PRESS, 23 Church St., New Haven, Conn. MAKE YOUR OWN MUCILAGE. An ounce ol CUppinc Gum we ourselves use in mounting- 10.000 newspaper clipping d-'T. nukes a quart of the cleanest mucilage bv merely snak.njf in water. Dropped into the mucilage po Jew pieces at a time, the contents of J ounce box would serve the needs ot tle average household or othce for Tear. Does not discolor. IW mail . i-nr. mr. incents.: Voz. box. cents. THK I Hr. ILirflMU Kl'BKAD. M ItevoaiJiire bu Boston. Our dog's numVcr is 43. What I yours? S. V. Smith of Whitwell, was In town Saturday. ' W. H. Houts, of Adj;or," Ala., arrived here Thursday. J. R. IIouU and C. C, Houts visited Jasper Saturday. A. W. Ferguson, of Jaaper, constable was in town Friday. Maj. T. II. Hill and Miss Louiae Hill visited Jasper Saturday. T. I). Damo and John It. P.obc rson went to Whitwell Thursday. Tho Soqnachee Handlo Works ship ped a carload of whiffle trees. Jim Martin and Oscar Campbell wont to South l'ittsburg Thursday. lsham Hammock and family attended tho picnic at Whitwell Thursday. O. Shormanand V. A. ltrown went to Battle Crock Monday to examine tim ber. " r.M. Martin is now on the road with his thresher and is doing tumo fine work. Mrs. Kdgar Smith and children wore visiting Frank Smith at Whitwell last week. John Henderson saya he is feeling well but weak from bis involuntary confinement. Miss Fannie Ralston of Sweedon'a Cove, was visiting Miss Nora Lasater this woek. Miss Ethel Uridgoman of Victoria, is the guest of Miss Dossie Moore. Pike- villo llanner. John L. Schultz & Co. removed their goods to the Pearson store on Tennessee Avenne, Monday. Metsrs. Sam Hall of A'hitwoll, and Alvis Brown of Victoria, enjoyed an outing here Friday. Col. C. 11. Carpenter, of Dunlap, has been re-appointod U. S. Commissioner for this district by Judge C. 1). ClSrk. Chris Wagner came down from the mountain Friday, and reports bis farm as prospering, tie Is nursing a poison ed band. W. F. Smith arrived here Friday on bis way to Etna from Uruetll. ne took in the picnic at Whltwoll Thursday and says be had a good time. NERVOUS troubles are cured by Hood's S:iisii)iitill:t, which en riches) and purities the blood. It is the best medicine for nervous PEOPLE. The yield and quality of the wheat in this section is much larger and bettor than usual, and then, too, the farmers have about the right quantity of it in. OASTOXIIA. Bean tho Ito You Have Always Bought Soott Kelly and Walter Reynolds of Jasper, were here Sunday. They were very desirous of being numbered in that Oak Grove crowd for obvloua reasons, When you want a modern, up-to-date physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Price, 55c, Samples free at Coldwell & Cbaudoin's. Miss Jessie Mono, wno it will be ro- membered paid Sequachee a pleasant visit last winter, closed a very success ful school at Red Hill last week. Her scholars gava a dinner in her honor, which was much enjoyed. You May Bend the Sapling, but not the tree." When disease has become chronic and deep seated It is often difficult to cure it. That is the reason why it in best to take Hood's Surxaparilla when disease first shows itself. Hood's Pills are a favorite family cathartic. Next Saturday, July 13, regular meet ing of Jas. G. Spoars Post 63, O. A. R. A good attendance is expected as it is the end of tho half yearly term, and ar rangements will be made for a Picnic and Reunion of the members this fall WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established bouse of solid financial standing. Salary, 780 a year and ex' penses, all payable in cash. No can vassing required. Give references and enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope. Address Manager, 3.. Caxton Bldy., Chicago. Marked item in the Huckleberry Val ley Journal of Progress: "Born to the family of the editor last Wednesday, triplets. Editors of Bugg viile papers please copy." Involuntary exclamation 0 tho edi tor of tho Buggvillo Argus, on seeing the item: "Heaven forbid!" Chicago Tribune. During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera in fantum. The doctors bad given up all hopes of recovery. I- took a bottle of Chamberlain's, Colic, Cbolic and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure it would do good if us ed according to directions. In two days the child had entirely recovered. The child is now vigorous and healthy. I have recommended this remedy fre quently and have never known it to fail. Mrs. Curtis Baker, Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold bv Coldwell &. Chaudoin. A TEXAS WONPEK. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, curesdlabctoa, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregulari ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your drnggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1. One small bottlo Is two month's treatment and will cure any case abovo mentioned. Dr. li. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box (Wit, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial. Sold by all druggists. Read This. Ripley, Turin., Juno 1. 1101. Dr. B. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: Having tried various remedies without satisfactory results, I was per suaded to glvo your "Texas Wonder" a trial. I have used one bottle, and, al though my case is one of long standing that bullied the skill of the best phys ician, yet it yielded at once to "The Texas Wonder. .' mU lob I hearlilv rec ommend to all suffering from kidney and bladdor troubles. Yours truly W. II. BRI TON, Pastor Baptist Church, Ripley, Tenn. George Joseph we'nt to Jasper Wed nesday. Sheriff McCullough was in town Wed' nesday. Dallas Dixon went to South Pittsburg Wednesday. J. E. Deaklns wont to Chattanooga Wednesday. Chas. Kelly and Jim Hoge, as usual, were here Sunday. Wednesday the last saloon but one In South Pittsburg closed. T. C. Campbell was down from tho mountain Wednesday morning. Twelve feet of coal has been found in the Atpontly mines in the upper val Miss Mathilde Gustafson and Miss Annie Scott went to South Pittsburg Saturday. R. J. Brown has bought the Kelley it Hoge threshing outfit and is now on the road with it. Prof. II. E. Tate, who is attending the County Normal, at Jasper, made a burried visit here Monday. C. J. Gustafson has been confined to the house the greater portion of the week on account of sickness.. Luther fflrtain, of South Pittsburg, and Miss Birdie Hoge, of Jasper, wore in tha neighborhood Sunday. G. Sherman has arranged to have a portico built in front of bis brick block similar to tho one in front of the Hotel Marion. James Roberson and Miss Maud I'ir tie and Alvin Spears and Miss Vera Al exander, of Jasper, were in town Sun day. James E. Deakins, of South Pitts burg, arrived with bis family Monday. He occupies the upper story of the Sherman block. Attention is called to the program for Children's Day Sunday next, and every body should attend. The singing will be extra geod and the whole service re fining and elevating. M. Martin & Sons have been thresh ing wheat for W. II. Hill, John II. Spears, Jas. Roberson and lsham Ham mock this week. The output is fino and will make a good average. Mr. and Mrs. Lum Houts bad an ice cream supper Saturday night, which a considerable number attended, and seem to have bad lots of fun. Azariah Burn ett seems to know all the games. Misses Delia Ketnef, Etta Lewis, Lillie Gott. Jennie Mitchell, Callie Lewis and Messrs, Ed Alder, Jim Alder, Will Alder, Al Kotner and Attio Lewis, of Oak Grove, visited the cool precincts of the Blowing Spring Sunday. Michigan City, Ind., Feb. 14, 180't. I am taking Dr. J. 11. McLean's Liv er and Kidney Balm. I am now on the first bottle, and it has a good effect on me. I am satisfied my liver and kid neys are out of order, and your medi cine is doing wonderfully well in my case. Ckimias T. Dikhi.k, ' Justice of tho Peace. For sale by J. L. Schultz & Co. The mules which are used in the mines at Whitwell were brought down to R. J. Brown's farm Monday for pas turage and rest while tbe mines are in operative. Mr. W ash McCrary was in charge and tbe animals appeared to bo in good condition BURROUGHS' CHAPEL. Special to the News. N F Campbell, who has been sick, is now able to be out at work. Mrs. Maggie Curtis has bor n quito ill for tbe past three weeks. Mrs Watloy has been in poor health lately. Shannon Campbell spout tho gnuter part of last week with bis undo and aunt, Mr and Mrs Wells. Mrs Ginnie Wells was tho truest of her mother, Mrs. Watley Monday. Mrs. Mary Campbell and Miss Sallie paid Mrs. Wagner and daughters a pleasant visit Monday. Mr Werner shut down his mill at this place last week to take in tbe pic nic at Tracy. Mrs Campbell and daughters, were visiting Mrs Eliza Campbell Tuosday. Mr Almeny went to Jasper Wednes day. 'Squire 1C 1) Curtis made a business trip to Soquachoe Wednesday. John Thornton of Sequacheo, was out to soo bis family at Mr. Wagner' Wed nesday. Vester Cope, son of Lewis Cope, call ed boro Vednesday night on their way to Whitwell. A J Curtis made a business trip to Dixon Covo Monday. N F Campboll wont to Jasper on bus iness Thursday. Miss Mattie Crow and brother, Tom, called here on busiuess Thursday. A. J. Curtis and son Bill went to Jas per Friday. Fred Wilklns and brother, Tom, were at Sequacbee shopping Friday. Mr. Wagner and two sons Will and Fred were at Sequachee Friday. Mrs. Alice Thornton, who has been tbe guest of bor parents here for three weeks, roturned to her borne at Se quacbee Tuesday. William Curtis and brother Hugh, while out cow hunting Friday evening got lost and were not found until eight o'clook at night. R. J Kllgore, of Oak Grove, his son, wife and child from Whitwell, passed through here en route home last week, J. II. Burroughs made a business trip to Jasper Saturday. A. J. Nelson was circulating on the mountain among old acquaintances Sat urday and Sunday. We bad quite a nice rain here Satur day and a perfect pour down botweon here and Tracy and at Tracy. Oscar Hancock and Almeter Eakin were married at the home of tbe bride's parents Saturday evening, Rev. Dugan officiating. Rev. John Lewis of Tracy City, who has been visiting relatives and friends and South Pittsburg and in this section returned home Sunday. John Lewis and William Harris wore out Sunday enjoying the cool breezes of tbe mountain. N F Campbell and wife were the guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Gin nie Wells Sunday. Next Saturday is to be a gravoyard cleaning off at Burrough'a cemetery, All who possibly can should attend. We wish the News and its readers success, and would like to hear from all its correspondents hoping that they may writo oftenor and as Old Maid said make the News one 01 tbe best papers in the county. T. E. C, Dr. C. , FQWLKES, JASrEU, TENN. Utiles spsUira Bank Building. ASK YOUR CROCERFOR Ralston :ic 5 Minute creakiast rcoi Purina Health Flour Makts. "llltAIN BUEA1).' Purint Mills, St. Louis, Mo. NOTICE. All persons are hereby notified not to deliver any goods or mercban dise on my account to any persons without a written order from me. AUSTIN COITINGEH, Sequachee, Tenn!, July 8, 1901."" TO CURE A COLS IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All driicr.'ists refund the money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. LOCAL DIRECTORY. This signature la 00 every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-yuimne Taweu the remedy that tnrea a cold In M day Gustafson Bros.' Mfg. Co., Sequachee, Tenn., Founders and Machinists. Mining Cars, Self-oiling Wheels, Self-oiling Boxes, Castings, Iron and Brass, General Machinery Repairs, Tt Always In the market for scrap iron and brass. V. M. llorion. the tdnsorial artist ot Jasper, has rented tbe building north of the postoflice for a barber shop. He was in town Tuesday fixing it up and hereafter will be here regularly Fridays of each "week, which will be a great convenience to the people. M. E. Church South. : Preaching 2nd Sunday at :J:QU pin; at Victoria, 11 am Sunday school, It. F. Havron, Supt, ev ery Sunday at 9:00 am. J. 1). Damk, Pastor. M. E. Church. Preaching on thiro. Sunday at school hounq at ii:30 pm. W. C. WtiHKt.r.ic, Pastor, Union Sunday School. Meets every Sunday at school bouse at .i:0O am. W. S. Pitvoit, Supt. Post 53, G. at 2:00 pm. A. R. Meets 'ind Saturday Thomas H. Him. Com Litkiiaky SoctKTy Meets at school house every Friday nijrbt at fvA'. H. E. Tate, .Pres: Louise Hill, Vice Pre9; John R. Roberson, Secretary; Emma Gabel, 1 re as. V. J. Urj an is the first political speaker who got 75 -enU jer heaJ from In bearers at lSristol. Due thotisa D'l dollars will W tieiit in piairiti' the court hoite at f , o Brownsville. Dramatic Society Meets first Satur day In each month at 7::o pm. W. S. Pryor, l'res: 11. h. Tate, vice Pres: Ma thilde Gustafson, Secretary; Mrs. Mora O. Pearson, Treas. R A I LROA I) TIM E-TABL E. I'm in Soiilh, 8.08 am. Train Xorlh pin. Vl In I. f.rfrt h 1ni-Ti- ft LA Vsi F&MS Replatoi The Best Liver Medicine. Largest Package on the Market. i One Package Price 2:.c. five for t C After unlTc-rlim from lndlsrostlnn and rlyupprwia for wren yonrs n ml trvlnR elpM of j jno tn'st iiiM'tnr In two k'iiiim to oiiialn rwu-I nml wilh no Ix-tn'lit, 1, Inst Muy, nnvurt'l a i.i'km?! of Kanum' Tonic K.-mtlntor anl iimm! it m'r.ir.Iliti' to dim'tlon. ami bv tin- (.ml ot July Iconl.l nil almovt mivthlnirnml itl'.'fst II. 1 'Tuiii. il in wi;ht and Mrt'iiRth. I ( Mtinot rwk loo lilehlv of it tor it nave, I mv lid1. Mrs. M.iry E. Neighbor, Larkiueville, Aui. IlltOW N IK'W. CO., I'mp'ra, tirrcar Ilia, Trim. II IT! f f J M 1 Wouldn't you like to have an Organ in j-our jj home a real rood organ -one that will last a long, loag time, and make the whole household happier ? fl We have been making high-grade Orgam for torty-sevtn years, and our instrument axe known the world over as Roliablo 1 Carpenter, 1 Organs. We sell Organs at low prices, but they are not "cheap" instruments. About the most n.n,!.nfl M.aficf(.tf.rr tl.inr. l.n t,HV I OI1C V ...a . .hu . ... i . w i j I j, j ........ . j - of these "cheap" Organs sold everywhere. When you buy, get something that lasts years and years. We sell Organs at from $25 to $000. No matter what ftice you fay, the tame high grade is fsund in tvery instrument. Our Organs are handsome out. and the inside, where you can't sec, is put together at caret ully and as accurately as a fine watch. m ft to tt We aell for eath. and on ea.v navmenti to re liable parties. We will place an Initrumeat in your house, no matter how tar away you live, where you can teit it! fine lone, note its ana finith and compare it with any other instrument you pleate. If you like it, you can keep it aad pay for It. If you don't like it, tend it back, and we will pay freight charges both ways, lia't that fair I Doesn't that show we have faith in our instrumenti i 1 your heat dialer dets net ksmiili JttliaUt Cmrftntir Orfant, lend to ui for a larga illustrated catalogue, select aa instrument that suits you, and then write us about It. E. P. CARPENTER COMPANY, BRATTLEBORO, VT.( This offer la, without the leaat doubt, the Rreatest value for the least money ever offered by any newspaper In the whole history of journalisms FULL SIZE j"'""' "' 1 j, COOP PAPER "innusicid-bupif LARGE TYPE Immmmmmmm,, ,1,., UNABRIDGED AtT K lmve made arrangements with one of the largest music, houses of Boston to furnish our " r;.t turd Willi tea piece, full siae, complete ami uimbrltlued Mieet HiikIc for tnrnty-llre rtir. The qu tlity of tliia slieu music is the very best. The co!llKscrs, iiioues are household words nil over (lie c itiuent. N'one but hitch-prleed copyright pieces or the mon popular reprints. It is priuto 1 on regular sHeet-mitsio paper, f rom new plntes made from larjie, clear type iiirltMliits; colored titles and is in every wav first-class, and worthy of your home. S.OOO.tKIO copies sold! LIST OP TMF 'PIFCFS ntTFFDrri AT THK TIN1F. -io. ri mi wn VKtisn, 165 .I'lHrlcttii Liberty March Cook 101 AiiiJlmiu Airni.l. Mtirch Two Step Cook 27 ArtluN Idfn V:tl tzes SrraM 181 Aul.l linir 8yne. Varliitlons . lwkre I8r A. mi l in Honir. op. m. 1 . . . rather 215 lurtleof Wnterhm. Descriptive . Antiernon 1 79 KAililtln! ot furuillae nil.. 4 liaml! Slrrablxtg 227 Meiiltll.il llhie l)uiilie tViiltses . . Stmust 2 1 3 IllHck llm It Wnltzea . ..... . H'.iha 2 if nine llolL of Scotland. Trail!. . Rirhnvaii 221 f I'.iohlril I'lclio l'olktt . Morriiton 19 It'ur.m tJ'iiiiinniHlery March . . Carter 109 ItrlilMl.Mircli from Lohengrin . . Waimet 229 llrviiil iliul Hewall March .... Xolei 2 5i ' ivalerl.i Kiislicnna. Four liniids. Xanrauni 2)) Uaval.n-ia Uitntlcana. Iiiterme7..o Mittrattni 133 Oidenee and Scales tuall Keys . Ctemv I CaMimin i Waltv.es titl-oh 297 Cli-ilelaln c. ll M.muet ... .... Lattoe 23 7 Oliar.i'tei It.xes Waltz. 4hands.. , Hrfa 145 Olavt.m ( Ail lulaiit) March Two Step Muma 217 I'lav.Hait.rs March 8i tJa iiiti' from the Itnces Galop Wheeler 2S9 Copp ill i. Valselnte ... ZriWc 211 i;..rn Klower Wallze! .. Coole.Jr 71 Crv.t.il lie w Walts . . . Itnrlet 235 IUV Kiwn I'nlka Cmk 163 llawv'.. (.rami Trluinplial Marcll . Marcel 29 T Oiim ind Valley Walts . . Jorcaoiuw 239 Hntlilce Waltz Uaimelt I 1 1 14 ..iiiiluu Triiniiets March Soiei 303 IMhIwhUh Il.untt 121 Klxi'.triu l.lKht . Oalop .... . bitrkee SI Hitella , Air de llallet. Very lii.i. . llobiuum 10,7 Kiliel Polka . . .liiaom 153 Kvet'uraen Waltz . Stfxl'tard 21 Ki.it.ntlc ScliottUche .. Uabriel 291 Kitialtza ti.ilop . . I.mltelg 231 K.iitst. Selections . . Dnrkre 7 7 I'iltli Siictiniie Unbar 23 I KIlrtlnK In the Starlight. Walts. . Lataitlt 233 flower Son.,'. i. :l!i lunge 233 KoroUvill.i Wain .... Z.ifcu 277 Kieii! lHt.. Selection! . Dnrltee 177 l'r.ill.; f the l ines H'Mfjoa 43 I'.lll or (linger. March Kalnp. .VMo 183 llol.li i Itilu. Nocliiiin flty 147 'l.i .1 I! mini I. -rv March Two Step Mi 'mil 231 If nl ail T..e Polka . '."'' IBs II )i' Hrii it S nil" Haunt Ma Still . lliehanll I 7.1 II i'hoii -.f I i i Mi-rriinac Wall..'! . . Jemll 111 li i na. Siva : ilonie. Transcrilitlim . .ic I 7 Im M..I-. I I lucani WaltzC! . . . 153 le.l IV 1,1 l I polka I'our liailil! 157 l.a-U It ilM. .lclliatloii It'onat . lUnllrr Uotttchalk , . A'.ria llrhr barken Unriee. IOearr Badurteteitke , . Joliititm Krag Tamer Uemll , . . si Ltehirh font Harlua n; l.ua (sir S,-I,i.ttlst'li . 23 3 he I atit Ilil. I'olka Ma7.urka. . . 15) l.ia'i l i li ' ii to OiiIm" galop 243 I.Vmih.'I'i. Selections. . . . . 141. I. mill farrh Two Step . . 23 f. i'J'i Die I'li'aml Waltses 91 iltiilau 's Pr.iver.Tlie . 243 rtvrtlll Selection! . . . 20f Miy Hie uo. four hand! . . . 2S3 Mai' Day Scli.iltlscne 223 MclCln:ey and II. iiiart March 55 Miiiiiiil llav Mardi . . . 131 Mi. lattery li.'lls. Noettirue . . 61 M irul'U Star Wall! . . . . . . 20i M ilc II x. I'lie. t'aprlca . . . . -I2 M' "I Kentucky Home, arlatloiia V.llllM.KI or m . . t tliMin .if Kl-'il Oreat Nation. 7! V ,tl , i ,1 S , i ir. of America . . Hlale. 133 V : iM i r .1 . i Trill, op. 81 . . . 27l ()-iii vvi . Walta 1 1 1 H I i' )l't it II "lie. Transcrlpll.in 171 M'li'coi It icket. The. Variation!, jj ilnllar OiieScil. Mazurka 2IJ i r 1 1 V iv ' W lira 19 7 l. ; i i. i) i , ut of the Sea. Two Hep 25 . Will'. ..'.... . 9 i) ir l.ltll Aj.ie. Waltz 9 .1-irtii .V iv,. Walts .. 79 i Waltz ... n e , v ill I'e is oil Overture iSiippel 23 3 P.y i'in. Havottn I3f V ill an.l lllue forever. Man-It I if uic i n in I n ircn ovi.-Nn.li I3 It.Klic. tValta . . ; . I If ri'H.lin'i l.cave.. hit.... . 13 Sil l il Wltclie. Marcll -Two-Step 183 Si'i i i.n'. .Serenade Traiiicrlplioil 131 Ol.'ir Wive. Variation! . . 1 39 S nit l' (ile tHcall M iretl . . 233 l ,.l, ( ill-ef thu llill W ilts . . 9 i l.-i t, Walls . . . 23 li'li: K .iv it. Polk l 2 7 9 c ! . 1 1 il i I'.i'ka 3I Sin. Tie. Imitation of Nature 7 1 S i .1 M i-airlt l 1 1 1 4 lit t i". It Hid M irclt. 2 v.' 113 I i No. VT'irK JHU l'IAA44llt OliCAIV. 230 Across the ltrhlKe ... J.r:rnnn 260 At Noontlile Hill 27 Avoiurlti.t-roiiit Hviincilc l.lisiicitiui s atrifn 140 .llciicon I.lsrlit ol Home . . . nsiffli aoke 134 lleiilllirill Moonlight. lll'Vt Mi.rrr 238 Hells of Ptntllc 11. Ji.rir, 162 Hen Itolt. ot I nli'V lnn.c iwtass 282 lletuecn l.o f ami liuty n ijilrn 228 Itlue lyes . . . l.han 249 IteyloMid ras. t loirs . . H . . , trilt 2O0 Undue. H e. V eier I 1 iiiifi llow I'an w 268 I'rl.le Tells Hnectel 276 llrowilKyedlicssiel.ce. Chorus Arbuvkle 192 Hill ou.su eel l.eai I .Kccpa Secielf l'.lala utihe 214 IMilldliiHal's lliipjiy Hums . vwmiare 138 Christina nr.. I . . Jtirtnr lao ('time It en tf escft In lllulit Mills tii-lnniiunn 284 Come Hack to Our CntlliJJO . A'.il.r.i.ik 168 Conn s Hreacii ol i innitse. inkeviiik make 92 t.iw it ell. I he. Ian liceil sliicinicciH'i. ariwm 294 i'rowu of (ilorv . . 'Joint 286 lianiihe I : I r' . . .lo'c 250 DarlliiK I shall Miss i on . . . t often 7B Itarllnix ellte lilav jiatmu 244 le Han Jo am ile Instrument . . VvUnUir 70 Hear Heart, tl e re tirmMliL ino . i:uutruvkc 302 Hear Little Heart Neath the llalst. s l.ullniije. 304 lld Veil Kver Cell Me Hiirllni: V . . I"e 128 llou t iliink. mv Jli.y , loi.lclil. jciun. I. Hirer 290 Hreani of Love . ... 'son 258 Hwelllm.' with the Angels. Clio. us. 7niiir SO l'.aster f.ve. sacreu ,.ioooo 220 Kver Sueet Is Thy Memory .... Ilorfi ld 19 p. 1'iiuun vt here j. Are. i .nine . . u 180 Far Away .... .... HIim 182 Father Is DllliklliL' Aclilli. Icmiiraicc 152 King "f Our Country. Patriotic . . .Uitlnot 158 Flan. J he. IJunrtetle . ... 144 MlrtiiiK In Ihe StarllKlit .' 8 Flossie. Walls Sol. ir iivm 138 For a Dream's Sake . i.ar.w 68 For l ou We are I'lHyltilr at lloioe itrnin-ine 168 From uur Home the l.uicd lire foiit'u 'rrrv 288 (lathered Hoses . Hin li 202 (live a Kiss to Me . . . '. . - 178 (ten Hies siy iiiii uiii nioitii r . . . ..' 204 (inlden Moon 262 erecting luiet ISO Ovpsy Countess. Duct 198 Heart of Jlv Heart . 272 How can I Leave Thee. Ilnet 184 1 Cant forget the Happy J hsi . 7 in sueei sei.ieinner 248 lu sl.iiih.wh.nd . 266 lu Mimmer Time . . 29H H Is a l.i'v.cii.1 OKI . Ill 211 I I 3 111 231 -t ' 233 9 r.3i 231 113 301 I M ii r A in Transcription lliliri ' , Cr in I M ireh. op. 11 . . ill Iv-'hh-. Smut will. out words 'ill.' Ho. Il.'.il.le I'K'e Marcll '.(i ll V. iltv. ,'t . i ' . . r-, !' iiolcUstap . '. . . '. .i i I. -!.. a!l . V . , i i i a. ! V .... ,r l';e ll.'eau March . . V , I li , ; M .n il V ,. - i;rH..c. A perfect jein V . r I Whisper Waltzes . V in'it W ."z . , i .-r rz. Knllak Krrfrr . Make llarket Straaet IiinAiuare iialaHMm Simirer (Ireijmre llotai llarkee Braniier Mullet Illake MlUHd Srhamaim Limae iiittad Lilt I Jof, . ( 'lark , Stiaotit TVcriCfil KahrtnK HVkcr Keeer Jli Illake Arburkle me .lea-ell H'.itmer LHilartc Allen I mil . ftiehariti . . Hlakr SlenilrUtoltm . . I litre . Hlmmlet Dim 'autre llraiiei 188 in 242 196 132 130 164 146 48 154 96 234 112 230 172 222 232 76 My I 10 My lu the siarliK'.l. H"et . JiiaultH. r.allnd . Kathleen levonriieeii Killarney iss toe. l .if i tu.irt say gneni.ye Miti'lehnnl.f. ,. . I.lnrir , . l.lll'lllUlltl linn, ii null . . Slrlhi . . Tiihi le . . I'huaili . Martini . (ijltl.barh . (iinri r . . ilov . Criinih . . . . Ilnlfe iliilhiliie Kiss that Pound my Hearl to thine . . Am Lnrhoaid Welch. I)liet . . HiVn t s Listen to Hie Miexlni; I'll it . . . l' iilluane. Little Lev I'.liie. Solnnrlmet . htlnhni'le l.lttlo Voices at Ike Door ... . lanli Lost Choi il, The HalliifV MarKarelta 1 nte Mnssa's Mi epll.p In de ( herrlitiild .httlir Memories of my Rlolher. ( horns . Alhv Mother 's Mclci'iine at tl.e Heor J'llnl ru.l e Mlisica I IHnliicce. llliet . . .Ihlnnni Jlust the Mveet Tie ti nt l.lmls . l.'iMran'r Home hv 11 e i In Mil i ( Jlulion Lit lie Lost In ne . lim.lt tin Mv flld Keiituckv Hi me . lnHir 216 dh, Slut! Atniln II at Ci mil' Stmlii. . Jjir..-viore 223 (Hit Folks ut Hi li e iMwil ec LIM el ) I'otttr 102 Old Sexton. He . . Hum II 270 Old Village CI. mill . . . . Jlrllut 104 lie the llaliKs ol no liealtmniKlvcr i.tU't.ui-ie 90 mi the iieseii. p i ,1 I iiiuniiii cannu .t-t ii ji. h 258 Out on the 1 1 1 i Jilr . fi it . Kelnr . filrllp . i'ni'i. . otl.r Gt nti ner . hmnlt Clatuinatlf (null Outcast. An. ( I aiacler Hong . Farted from onr 1 'car Ones . Picture ot fltv 'oll.er. 'I lie Poor (til l clien t (.in ". 4 n.le. private Tomtnv Atkins lienuest. Hai'i-ed Hocked In the Cradle of the Peep l.nsemoiiue See Those Llvtlic Pictures . Shall I FveiSeeMoll. er"sFl.ceAKlli? Alliance im.Ba.fC JjttiMiiia e, trilt Ihillul, . y.nrlialB Jlenia Eltehrnnkt A tiling liav it lfrltll.o . I alien 1 t'li rin i mi 160 174 254 148 274 136 208 142 SO 224 194 She Sleep, emonir the I'lilsles . . 124 Softly shine Ihe Slats of l.ienl.R 2IO Son's 11,1 inn. Hie 120 Storm I.IS. a. Inscriptive 278 Summer M.owfr . IO sweetest sunt:, ll.e . 32 Sweet l.eiur Alio. The 46 That Vnrd Hits Hope. Waltrsong 118 There's a Hall. Low in the Clouds 206 There's Sure to 1 a Way 158 Thinking of II. me and ilother . 292 Titaula s Cradle 116 'tis it tie. near Heart, li ere 1'nrmii; asini i taae 108 Trea d softly he Angels are calling Turner 38 True to Ihe I-ist . ..-t'f 62 Your Mnthet's Love for You hnypt 252 Warrior Hold Ailntim 84 What are the Wild 33 sves Sayim:'.' l'i.et l.ii.rer 68 When the Hoses are Hlooniint: AKSin Skellv 66 When M Inter liars Have Cone . Itat.tit 186 Whl.tlluir Wife. The. Comic . tinminl I 212 Why am I ever Watchll.K rfi7."i"idc 2 18 Wl.v do Summer Hoses Fade . Hurler SOO Vellow Hoses Ha I ton cntv m-nnfr that Ihe price you Have to l.av for this sheet nntsie. is only twfaty.me ' l I rU'lUt I reals; that for this yon gel tea pieces. nt one; that tt Is sent to any a.M'-n. pnst.)whl: thin all the little del ill are. up to the standard, larladiaa rolored tltlesj that lUf i.s-'il pi s lice lirl piano nccinpniiitlients ; that the iust rumental piece pive the Pass aa w ,i , I.slv; ili.H this sheet iniisie is e.iml to any puhlislieil. Also dna't fortril to make v .iv ..'I.'i'li'.n al "ii. .'. t" s 'ii.1 us the order, ami to tell' your frlcml alsml this Sheet Musir Offer, s ti l.if:ieM.ii 2ii ram. Order ht Xmmhr. set Itasaea. r - T3aaKrawawBsaraaawaaaaaa!aaiBB ; I F ABOVE PIECES. .i) ' fe-r M-l rriila. .'.ur 'ii fr .30 cs-tsla. Ai-y I I for 1.00. Write your name, full address, and list of piece! wanted by the ntmitscrat enclose th.is, with stain!! or silvcr.aml mall or brini; toa.liln s! given helow,an.t the music wil I besentdirect from Boston, postage prepaid WE DO THE NEATEST OF JOB PRINllNG.