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Harper's Msirsitn. There's Just one thin; a man can have In all this world of woe and strife, That makes tlic business not too bad, A&d tbat one thing's an easy wife. Dost fsncy tbat I love my girl For rosy checks or raven halrt Ebe holds my heart because she laughs Because she laughs and doesn't care. 1 put my boots nst where It suits, And And them where I put them, too; That Is a thing, you must allow, A chap can very seldom do. I leave my papers on my desk; She never dusts them In a heap, Or takes to light the kitchen stove The very one I want to keep. On winter nights my cory dame Will warm her toes before the fire; Bhc never scolds about tho lamp, Or wants tho wick a trifle higher. On Sundays she Is not so line But wlmt'licr ruffles I can hug; I light my plic Just whero I please, And spill the nshes on the rug. The bed Is never flllod with "shams" A thing some women vilely plan To worry servants half to death, And spoil the temper of n man. She lets mc sleep to any hour, Nor raises any liorld din If It Just happens now and then To be quite late when I come In. I tell you, Jack, If you would wed, Just get a girl who lets things run; Bhe'll keep her temper like a lamb, And help you on to lots of fun. Don't look for money, stylo or show, Or blushing beauty, ripe and rare; Just take the one who laughs at fate Who laughs and shows she doesn't care. You think, perhaps, our household ways Aro Just, perchance, a little mixed; Oh, when they get too liorld bad, Wo stir about and get things fixed. What compensation has n man Who earns his bread by sweat of brow, If home Is uiadcn battle-ground, And life one long, eternal row t THE FIFTY DOLLAR BILL. From Saturday Sight. Mrs. Doun stit nlono In her llttlo kitclion. Shu never used her parlor. Thero was tho oxtravngnnco of tin extra flro to'bo considered tho fact that tho jest rag carpot, woven by hor own skill ful hands must not bo worn out too recklessly, tho dread posslblllty'of suu ihino fading out those chair covers. Sirs. Doan was an economist. Sho bo ovod in making everything last as .ong a3 it possibly could. And so sho made tho kitchen hor hcadquartors.and sat tlioro knitting, with hor foot com fortably balancod on tho stovo hearth, tho saucepan of apples bubbling away at tho back, and tho sound of hor hus band's axo ringing from tho back shed ho cut nntl split tho kindling wood, piled up thero in well seasoned logs. Sho was a llttlo wrlnklod faco woman of fifty, with stiff ribbon bows in hor cap, hair that seemed driod up instead of silvered, and keen bluo oyos that twinkled as if thoy had dlsoovorcd tho sccrotof porpotual motion. To save monoy was hor chief end and aim in life. Tho vory m ittens sho was knitting woro to bo sold at tho villago storo in oxchango for tea, sugar, splcos, and all nocossary groceries. "A penny saved is as good as a penny oarnod," was tho goldon iulo by which sho shapod her life 'I'm glad I took that monoy out of tho savings bank yestorday," said Mrs. Dean to herself us tho bright needles clicked mcrlly away, 'Teoplo say it Isn't quito safe And ono can't bo too careful. But thon, again, thcro's tho danger of burglars though to bo sure, no burglar," sho added, with a compla cont inward ohucklo, "would over think of looking in tho folds of tho old Clink erville Clarion nowspapor in tho wall pocket on tho wall. It's tho buroau drawors, and tho trunks, and tho locked up chosta that thoy aim for. A fifty dollar billl a oloan, crisp, now fifty-dollar bill I And all savings too, out of tho houso monoy.'' Just then thoro sounded a knock at tho door, and in caino old Dr. Bridg man, rubiound with the touch of tho March wind, and mulled up in tho furs of the wild animals which, from tlmo to timS ho himsolf h&i shot. 'Good day, Mrs. Doan, goed day!" saul ho, "No, thank you; 1 can't sit down. I'm a deal too busy for that. But I hoard yesterday that you took fifty dollars out of tho savings bank?" "Yes," said Mrs. Doan, hor faco in voluntarily hardening, "I did!" "Wo aro taking up a subscription to to cot llttlo lamo DIokBodloy a cart and donkey, so that ho can go arouud ped dling tinware," said tho doctor. "It's pretty hard for any ono afllictod as ho Is to got along, and if you can help us little "But I can't," intorposod Mrs. Doan breathlessly. "Tho monoy was an to vestment. I don't proposo to lut it up into little bite." "It's a doed of oharlty, Mrs. Doan," said tho good man, "to holp lamo Dick Bodley." "I daro fwy," said Mrs. Doan, a littlo Irritably. ABut I nover protended to bo a cliarltalfo character.!,' The tMMootor. v'.yJ away, and tho wrfmm&SW Hurst, a rosy girl of eighteen, f "Excuso mo for interrupting you Mrs. Dcon," said sho, "but Larry John' son was at tho batik yesterday, and ho tolls mo tlmtyou drow out your monoy!" a v w - - a I " Was all creation thoro?" JJiouglporous, novor fear. I'm awfully sorry Mrs. Doan. But sho said nothing.-oHly knit away until her needles scorned to glauoo and glitter like points of flro. "I nm trying to Rot a boarding place at Mrs. Swipes','' addod Helen, color lug, "so as to be near tho district school, whoro I ora to toach thissptlng. But Mrs. Swipes roqulros payment in advaneo by tho month, andunfo.tuna'to- wo have used up all our slender means in yroviding an outllt. A eacher, you know, mutt bo dressed de ccntly to command tho respect of hor pupils. But if you would kindly lend mo ton dollars " "I nover lend," said Mrs. Doan, curt ly. "I will bo suro to pay it up whon I recoivo my first quarter's salary," plead ed Holon. "And I don't know of any ono olso to go to." "It's altogether against my princi ples," said Mrs. Dean, with hor faco as hard as if it had boon carvod out of hickory. Holon Hurst crept out,fcollng humili ated and disappointed beyond all ex pression. Mrs. Dean ehucklod at hor own shrowdnoss; but sho hardly had tlmo to stir up tho npplos in tho saucepan, bo foro Airs. Graham urtorcd with a littlo leather covorod memorandum book and pencil. "I am looking for charitablo people, Mrs. Dean," said tho Squiro's wife, with a laugh. "Then you'vo como to tho wrong place," said Mrs. Dean, frigidly. "Poor Tatrlck O'llara was killed yes terday, iu tho machinery of tho rolling mill," said Mrs. Graham, ignoring hor neighbor's response "Ho has loft a wife and eight children, totally desti tute." "And whoso fault is that?" said Mrs. Dean. "Will you not contrlbuto something townrd relieving their destitute condi tion?" urged Mrs. Graham, oponing tho book and holding tho pencil ready for uso. "Certainly not," said Mrs. Jean. "I've no monoy to spare." "But I was told " "0, yos about tho monoy that was drawn out of tho savings-bonkl" said Mrs. Dean. "But I Intend to keep that monoy for myself, Mrs. Graham." "Ho that givoth to tho poor Icndoth to tho Lord," softly spoko Mrs. Gra ham. "Yos yes I know!" said Mrs. Dean. "But nobody intorprota tho Blblo liter ally, nowadays." Mrs. Graham took hor doparturo, ac knowledging within horsclf that her er rand was a failure, and Mrs. Dean, left to herself at last, indulged in n nap, with tho knittlng-werk in hor lap a nap whoicln sho dreamed that tho fifty dollar bill had takon to itself legs and was running away from a crowd of pur suers, herself among tho number. When sho waked up, roused by tho noiso of coal being poured u,Jon tlto stove, a candlo was burning and Mr. Dean was laughing at hor. Why, Botsy," said ho, "I thought you never woro going to wako again. Hero you sat, with tho liro dond out, and I'vo had to kindlo it up again." Bless mo!" said Mrs. Dean. "I must have been asleop quito a whllo. But" as sho started up sho saw that tho old wall-pocket opposito was empty "whoro is that old numbor of tho Clinkervillc Clarion!" "It was last week's papor," said Mr. Dean, calmly. "Wo had botli of us read it, so I just took it to kindlo tho liro " "You burned it up?" "Yes," said Mr. Dean; "I burnod It up. wny stiouiun't if" For half an hour Mrs. Dean sat silent and novor spoko a word. Hor first ut toranco was: "It's tho Lord's judgment upon nio!" Mrs. Dean was a rosolnto woman, full of charactur. Sho wont to her table-drawer, took out a sheet of paper and wroto to Dr. Bildgman, Inclosing a dollar toward lamo Dick Bodloy's cart and horso. Sho sent another dol lar to Mrs. Graham for tho poor llttlo O'Haras, and promised to donato a barrol of russets, a bushel of potatoes aud somo of hor husband's cast-oft' clothes to out over for tho children. And sho sont for Holon Hurst to como and 3C0 hor. "I can't "lend you ton dollars, my doar," flald sho, "because I havon't got it. but I'll tell you what I will do I'll lot you mako your homo hero as long as you pleaso. There's a nico sparo room and its an eighth of a mllo noaror than Mrs. Swipes to tho district school." "O, how vory, vory good you aro!" said Holen, hor oyes swimming with grateful toars. "Good!" cried Mrs. Dean. "I'n jttst beginning to seo what a selfish, greedy croaturo I'vo been all my lifo. But you'ro wolcomo, my dear, and you board shall not cost you a cont." . Sho oponod tier parlor, shook out Wo curtains and built a liro in tho nlr-tlfflit wood-stovo. "Dean likes tho parlor," saidshN "becausa it has such nico south win dows, and I don't soo why ho shouldn't onjoy it." Sho baked a fresh patch of gingor- I 1 ..1 1 t Hf-oM Madge; sho took out a basket of Wok- m Villi T ' ory nuts for poor llttlo Harry Jonos.- who was trying to oraok dried up plgvJ nuts on the stono by tho roadside; shoJ,nstomi of uwv..r . w...v... charities. ; "1 can't bo very liberal," sho widj "but I am dotormlnod to do what I can." "That's rlghtroy doar that's right!" said her liuS!rd. "Wo shall bo pros' about burning up your niiy uouar oiu; but, if it's going to opon your heart llko this, it's tho best thing that cptiltl havo happened to us." J Mrs. Dean was swooping oitho kltohon. Sho looked arouud 4lt n srcllo as sho moved tho wldo-leavid ta ble which always stood under tho wall pooket, and took down tho pookot It solf, a rude structure of splints, Hnod with red eambrlo and tied with cords and tassols of worstod, to dust it oil'. "Yes," sho said, "I am afraid I was getting to bo a littlo miserly, and why, what's this?" Mr. Dean stooped and picked up a slip of crumpled dark groen papor which had fallen out from tho wall-pocket as his wife turnod it upsidn down and tapped hor finger against it to romovo all posslblo dust. "It's tho fifty dollar bill!" said he, with mouth and oyes opening in unison. "It must havo slipped down from tho folds of tho nowspapcr and lodgod horo." "Tho Lord has sont It back to u?," said Mrs. Dean rovovontly; "and Ho has sent us a lesson, wlso and merciful, with it." "Woll," said Mr. Dan, after a mo ment or two of silence, "(hero's alcsson in almost everything Ho docs, If wo did but know it." And all tho theologians in tho world could not havo Improved upon tho faith of this simple, unlctlorcd old fnrmor. Emblems of Morning. "I trust that black will not always ro main tho emblem of mournuig in this country." said a dealer in mourning goods who is a scholar as woll as a merchant. "It is not a suitable, cm blom cut it implies an absenco of light and a want of lifo, which wo certainly do not wish to convoy as our conception of tho stato of our departed friends. Mourning is supnoscd to bo tho outward Vlsiblo sign of Inward grief. Tho notion f a chango, howovor, would not readily bo received, for when ;no has to put on tho habiliments of woe, grief is too strong to bo overcome by fashion." "What other colors aro used in mourning?" 'In Italy women griovo In whlto gar ments and men In brown. In China whlto is worn by both sexes. In Turkey, Syria, Cappadocia, and Ar menia celestial bluo is tho tint chosen; in Egypt yellowish brown, tho huo of tho dead loaf, is deemed proper iu Eth iopia, whoro men aro black, gray Is tho omblem of mourning. All of theso col ors aro symbols. White symbolizes purity, an attrlbuto of our dead; tl.o celestial bluo, that place of rest whero happy souls aro at peace; tho yellow or dead leaf tells that death is tho end of all human hope, and that, man falls as tho autumn leaf, and gray whispurs of tho earth to which nil roturn. Tho Lyclans consldor mourning for tho dead an cll'uminato practice, aud so whon thoy griovo they put on women's clothes as a symbol of weakness and as a slmmo to them for n lack of manliness. The Thraeinns mado a feast whon ono of their loved ones.dlod. and o vory methud of joy and delight was employed. This meant that tho dead had passed from n stato of misory into ono of nover-ondiug felicity. Black was introduced as mourning by tho queen of Charles VIII. Beforo that tho Fronclt queens woro whlto morning and woro known as whlto queens. a-.sa A Ilolyoko, Mas exelinngo alludes to tho euro uf D. O. Ju, d, E;q tj. S. Supervisor of Postal Card Manufac tory, who was cured by St. Jacobs Oil of rheumatism -mil nnuraliila. llridnc' port (Conn.) Standard. The Health Bulletin. Tho National Board of Health bulletin llves in its last report tho following dcalh-rnto in every 1,000 Inhabitants: roncinx cuins. London l!i 7 Liverpool 2S.D 1'arls "1.7 Amsterdam 'J.'.:) Havana lO.O llerlln m,:i St Thomas IW.OCol ijrnc 18.7 Mutamorns II).!) Munich KI.4 ielf.ist l!I.O,MnhiL'C 2&0 Dublin 18.7Alcxutidrlst 17.0 Dundee 1.1 0, Bombay ,'i(J.O Edinburgh 10.0 AMEH1CAN CITIES. Portland... Concord.... Boston Cambridge. Nantucket. . 3-1.0,Clnclnnatl 21.2 18.5 Cleveland 83.3 28.2Davton 14,8 SO.OjludlaiiapolIs 20.8 Do.iiiiiiciitnoiiil, Ilia 12.11 ti 'ir...,0ni.. ,., n Ilolyoko 85.8 Providence 18.4 k.t,t.of iu. ........ Ill U Chicago 27.3 New Haven 10.0 New York Kl.0 Ilrooklyn 27.8 t-eoria lu.l Aurora 20.t Jacksonville 9.5 Buffalo 41.4 Elgin 41.0 Mollne 40 7 Newark 2V( Philadelphia 24.0 Pittsburg 28.B Erie....? 23 0 Richmond, Va ....42.5 Wilmington, N, O..S0.0 Atlanta 33 4 UocK Islanl 8.5 Lake 43.8 Qutncy 13.0 Mllwaukco 27.4 St. Paul 83.5 Minneapolis 83.2 East Saginaw 13.7 Uat 0.3 Port Huron 89.5 Keokuk 4.3 Savannah AO Jacksonvllls 20 0 Mohlle 41.0 Natchez 51.0 New Orleans 33.6, RrWeston 23.1 Nashville 23.8 Memphis SMI Louisville 24.5 St. Louis 31.4 Umaua 22.2 Salt Lake City 50.3 San Francisco 13.1 Mr. Goorgo Drako, 48 Oak street, In dianapolis, Ind., suffered torribly with 'wotir' rheumatism. Ho used St Ja cobs Oil and was ontlroly curod. Af. 1". Sjirlt of the Times. Where Women are Employed. In Bantam, an East Indian tributary of Holland, tho relation of tho sexes is peculiar. Tho government of that provlnco is almost entirely in tho hand of women, tho sovoreign only being a man. Tho council Is composed of thtoo women, all tko Stato authorities, court functionaries, military commanders and soldiers without exception aro womon, tho men bolng dovolod to agriculture. Tho King's body-guard is composed of tho fomalo ellto. Amazons riding In tho maseullno stylo, wearing steel points Thoy carry muskots, which thoy dlsohargo at full gallop, and swing tholr lanocs gracefully. If tho King dlos childless, a hundtod of tho Ama.ous assomhlo and ehooso ono of tholr own sons tp bo nominated sover eign of tlto realm. tlMelcMH iiitd Hurtful KflUllvIllVN. Thero Is a certain elans of roTcdlen for con stipation ahsolutely useless. Those aro boluses nnu Jiotlona mado In great part of iodnpliyl lyn, aloes, rhubarb, gambogo mid other worth less Ingredients. Tho danmsjo thoy do to the s'-omaelia of thoso who uso Ilium Is Incalcula ble, They evacuate the bowels, It Is true, hut nlwaya do so violently and profusely, and bo. aides, gilpo tho bowels. Tliclreirect Is to weaken both tliciu and the stomach. Hotter far to use the agreeable and salutary aperient, Hoetctter's Stomach Hitters, the laxative clfect cf which Is liaver preceded by pain, or accompanied by a eonvulslve, violent action of the bowels. Oh thu contrary, It Invigorates those organs, the stomach and the entire system. As a means of cwlng and preventing malarial fevers, no medicine can compare with It, and It remedies nervous debility, rheumatism, kidney and blad er Inactivity, ana other Inorganic aliments. A Servian Inn. At tho inns of Scrvia tho host sits at tho tablo and takes care that tho guests has ovorythlng promptly, and of tho bestth o house can afford. Ho scolds tho waltor and often swears at him In gurgling Slavo oaths, If things aro not satisfactorily managed. Ho brings a llvo coal in tho tongs if tho guest U kes out a cigar (matches aro unknown), finds out all about his cucst (if ho can), and listens with interest and childish simplicity to everything told to him about tho groat outer world. A travel er onco happened to bo out of cigars and took to smoking cigarettes. As n rulo ho rolled a cigarette slowly and badly. As usual tho host stood respect fully by with a coal; ho blew it mos religiously to keep it alive, until tho strangor felt compelled o think of his family (a wifo and children Innumera ble) and what would becomo of tliom in caso ho burst a blood vessel. Ills neck swelled and got dark red, tho tears ran down his checks, nnd tho veins stood out on his forehead; ho had his back humped up, nnd his hair like a blacking brush. Tho tobacco was dry nnd dusty, and what could tho visi tor do? It would bo disappointing to toll tho landlord ho did not want it; ho could not moko tho cigarette, so ho rolled up paper and smoked It. Poor follow, t''0 landlord staggered back to tho fireplace and could barely find breath to bid tho stranger "Kes Boguni" (God bo with you). "If you graop a rattlesnake firmly round tho neck ho cannot hurt you," mys a western paper. Keeping about a milo ahead of tho snako Is also a good scheme. Young and middlo aged men sull'or ihg from nervous dohllity, prematura old age, loss of memory, and kindred symptoms, slituld send three stamps flir l'att VII of pamphlets issued by World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, Buffalo. N. Y. "What aro your politics?" tho chap lain of a pcnltentinry asked of an Intelligent-looking conv'ot. "I havo not como out for anybody yet," replied tho convict, gazing placidly through tho iron bar?. Tlio lsi'iul (.'annul bo ItiiiNcil, nor if jour luns aro badly wasted away can vou bo mired by thu uso of Dr. 'Piercers "Golden Medical Discov ery." It is, however, unequalcd ns a onlo, aliorat vo, and nutritive, and readily cures tho most obstinate cases of bronchitis, cougns, coins, ami incipi ent consumption, far surpassing in clll caoycod liver oil. Send two 'tamps for'Dr. Pierce's pamphlet on Conump tion and Kindred Affeutlous. Address World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, Bullalo, N. Y. A reporter for a city paper in giving an account of tho burning of an ice house, says that "tho power of tho rag ing llaraes was irresistible, and soon re duced twonty-flvo thonsand pounds of leo to nshes." ' I's :.u,i i . i : com ii . x l .vrs. Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Sir I write to toll you what your "Favorito Prescription" lins done for me. I had been a great sufferer from female complaints, especially "drag ging down," for over six years, dining much of tho timo un.iblo to work. I paid out hundreds of dollars without any bonoflt till I took tlireo bottles f tho "Favorito Proscription," and 1 nev er had anything to do mo so much good In my life. I ttdviso overv sick htdy to tako it. Mrs. KMILY lltlODKS, Mc Bridos, Michigan. Somo pcoplu aro so very auxlous lost men should bo spoiled by tho possession of loo much niouoj', that thoy s'.rivo to get it all themselves. This kind of phi lauthrophy is not uncommon. Uiuuoj-tVoi-t Is a dry, vegetable compound of wonderful ef ficacy In uirdlscases of the liver and kidneys. I Is prepared In both dry and liquid form, und cau always be relied on an an effective cathartic aud diuretic. Try It. 7 ribtme. Tho young woman who had many suitors, nnd from tho timo she was six teen until sho was twenty-ono rojoetod thorn all, referred in hor later lifo to that porlod as hor "docllnlng years." YOU CAiVr iiii (IKi) To be without Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver cure. An tcsthotlo writer speaks of a fair young girl "vanishing liko tho dew be fore tho morning sun." This is shock ingly vulgar. In plain langugo It moans sho dried up. No preparation ever ilisvvrua except Carbo llno, n deodorized extract of petroleum, will really produce new hair on bald heads, it wilt be a happy day when tho great army of bald heads fully understand this. A learned writer asserts that "Hoavon keeps our lights burning while asloep." Well, it does look that way whon tho figures on a gas bill stares tho avorago citizen in tho faco. How many persons get up In tho morning without an apctite, having a bitter tasto ta the mouth, and feeling weak and debilitated. All these need Carter's Liver Bitters. Tho International Medical Congress would not admit tho lady doctors. Tho ladlos looked so killing tho malo physicians woro naturally joalous of them. Thousands of ladies to-day cherish grateful rcmeinbrauces of the help derived from Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound. It posl lively cures all female complaints. Send to Airs. Lydla E. Plnkham, 333 Western Avenue, Lynu, Mass., for pamphlets. Even tho wisest is somotlmos a fool, For example, tho philosopher who woro his spectaolos when asleep that ho might rocognizo tho friends hu might sco in ids droams. Are you aware that a shnplo cough often ter minate In consumption! Why not bo wle In time, und ua Allen's Lung Balsam, which will stop tho dtecuo and prevent the fatal con cequciieoH, Fur ealo by all Medicine l)ealers. 'Fruit oaten at night Js baueful." This is ono of those axioms provod to be truo by Adam. His troublo was caused by eating au apple after Kvo. m Graduates of literary college have an excel lent preparation for commencing the practical training at II. B. liryant's Chicago business Colleg. They all need this training. diet Out tUtnm. The close confinement of all factory work, gives the operative pallid faces, poor appe tite, languid, miserable feelings, wor blood, Inactive liver, kidneys and urinary troubles, and all the physicians and medicine hi the world cannot help them unless they get out of doors oruso Hop Hitters, the purest and licst remedy, especially for such cases, having abundance of health, sunshine and rosy cheeks In them. They cost but n trifle. 8ec another column. VMitUm Ittmrdtr. Spoaklng of Mr. Forbos'a lecture on "Kings I Havo Mot," a western nows papnr says that somo day ho will como across throo kings nnd a pair of sovens, and thon ho will learn something about tho really great rosourcos of this coun try. , . ...8Ti tyhT's O., Jan. 20, 1S70. Mrs John O'Donnoll, down for for four or live years with consumption very worst stage of It was In ImhI for 12 weeks, and could not get no. Sho commenced on Plso's Cure for Cnntimp tlon, and Is now up nnd Improving rapidly, by utng only four bottles. "lWs Curo" i per forming wonderful curs, and ;lvlngthf utmost satisfaction; Ofs Moiivii.ifs. Tho editor of a Now York paper In roply lo n Pittsburg odltor, who con tended Hint "an immenso fortune" was not likely to give hnppincss offers to sottlo tho quostion by having it tested in his own person. For ltrprplH, tmlt(rtlnn. Di-proxlon of Spirits andflrnrral Dflilllir. In their vnrloui fonn nlxifunrr'vcnllvenniln.t Kovrr nnd Apir, snJ oth or Intermittent Fevers, tlic "trro-lhnnhnrn. tnl Kllxtror'nllnyii,,,mtehy Canwtll, list, srd A Co., New York. nd aoM lijr lllrMiiRlt, lithe tiet msilet nd for pntlents recovering from Fever or otlicr ilckncM, It tim norniml. A young lady at an oxi mlnatlon In grammar was asked "why tho noun bachelor was singular." Sho replied Immediately, "Bccausolt Is very singu lar they don't get married. -mm , IlriMliiK', Iloitclir. lists, mice, nnt. lite, Termln. monqultoep. Insects. Ac, clenrcil out liy Homth on !tt," IV-lnneint a (TRlftn. MIlchilllUrtrettAJiralii. I)c !.'o!nui An old lady In cast Saginaw refused tho t'ift of a load of wood from a trco struck by lightning, through a fear Hint somo of tho "llulil" might remain in tho wood and causo disaster lo her kitchen stove. When aggravated tiv the InjuMclmi ue of ointment or lotions, skin discuses aro still eally overcome with fli.r.NN'r Si i.riii'it Sou-. Sold by nil l)rui!:lsts. Hill's llnlrnnd Whisker Dye, lll.ieknrllrown, 60c. It is impossible for n man to keep up with tho litotaturo of tho ago. llar num's monstrosity with two heads nnd four oyes might do it, but tho ordinary scholar must imitate tho fen skip n good deal. m - llriitii anil rtv Weill' Health ltenowcr, ureatest. nrdy oncurlhtor Impotence, lennness. sexual lUhtli.r. ftc. Ilatdrurf RUts. Mitchell Itnrlleit ft Ursln. lies Moines. Count Tracy complained to Footo that a man had ruined Ids character. "So much tho better," replied tho wit, "it was a bad one, anil the sooccr it was destroyed, tho more to your advan tage." You feci weak unit languid, no energy, no am bttion to do anything. Dr. Ilalllday's lllooc. I'urlUer Is the remedy for you. For sale by al Western druggists. Correct your babtta ot crooked walking by uslne Lvon'A Patent Heel StlrtVnprs. baiSah Tkli ntrvtB rtprtiHti tie Lmnii li akcsllkr ut.) A Standard Remedy IK KANT HOMES. For Gonitis, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis ants! otber iHectioiM of tba Throat and LUNUhVI staadt unrlvsltd-ud otttrlj Bujoad compttuioo. In CONSUMPTIVE CASES tt approaches so Bear a speoiao that Slaetr- ore" ft cent, an pcrmsntnu cured where las directions an itrlctlr compiled with. Then Is no chemical or other lagredleiu to ham the roue or eU. As no. Hxpeetortmt t hu no. email It contain no OplntA In any form! J. N. HARRIS It CO., Proprietors.. CINCINNATI, O. FIR SALE IY ALL DRUGGISTS. MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS., LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is a 1'osltlye Cure f.rll Ifcao Puliirul )ompUlnl and WuIiihih oaoiumon toourlienfewKU population It will cur tntlretjr tli vortt form ot rnile Com. plaint!, ell oisrlsn trouUei, lutlsiuiuttloi) end Ulcere Hon, ruling' and Dliplucciutntf, omttlie eoniequent Spinet Weelineu, and ll particularly sdapled to Hie Cliengo of Ufe. It l'lll dliiolT and eipfltumore from the uteruitn en eail etaireot development. Tlio tendency to can cel ous Imiuoin tlierole checked Torj rpecdlly t j lie me, It mnoreifalntinu, llotuloucj, deetrojeiill orating foretlmulante, and retleTciwealtncie of the etotnacli, It curee Bloating, Ueadachee, Ncrroiis rrottratlon, Qeiierol DeUUI, Sloeiilouneu, peprcnilou and Indl geitlon. Tlmt fMlIng of healing down, rauMng pain, nelght and liaclaclie, la always wrtnanontlr rilled lylte vie. It nlll at Dllthnei aud undernll rlrcuuiitamei act la liarmonr with tlio lane that (totem tlio female tjiLm, ror tlio cure of Kidney Complaint ot either mi this Compound Is unsurpaaeed. I.YIIIA IS. riNKIIAU'B VnOKTAllI.E COM I'OUNUIe prepared att33 and ta Weitern Atenue, I.jun.llm. 1'llcotL Blibottlo.ror 5. Benthytnall In the form of pllla, alio In the form of loiengee, on receipt of price, 1 per twg for either, ill. 1'lukbaia freely aniner all lettore of Inquiry, lend for pamrh let, Addreee a abot. HnMm IM JVpetv jtofamUy thould b without LTDU X. riNXHiM' UVXH PILIA Tt7 cur couetlpaUon, hUlenme ud torpidity of th llrer U cent par am. j- ueta oy eui arnnm. A NAPPY lHIGIIT.-DId you tsks pains to notice the operation of Uolnan'i Pad upou a peevish, tick, Irritable My, that has suffered and cried Its life nearly away, and which nothing has hitherto caused it to thrive and oe nappy 1 I It Is very Interesting. The first sign of Im provement Is seen In the regularity and length oi me mue one' naps, men comt goon appe tite, regular bowels, the end of crying and wor rlmcnt, and, Anally, rosy, dimpled cheeks, bright eyes, and a tendency to get fat In abort, a bouncing, happy, beautiful baby. Aim lucre nas uetn no aoaing, no siranguia tlou. no destruction of the ttoaiach bv dnirs. 1 Just a natural cure In Nature's way. The titth er's iicarucne is gone, me poor, urea mother ci b umiAViic la huuu, tue pwi, uim luuiucr gets a rest, and baby happy at the day 1 lens mixes ine wnoie noure nappy. 1'hinciton, N. J,, June 8, 1SSL Uolmak Pad Co.. (letUwuiil waa taken with the malarial fever the last of March, 'and suffered very much for nearly two months. I tried to take quinine In different forms, but It Had such a severe effect on me that I could not and did not take It, but still suffered with the fever, and also chills occasionally. My case waa pronounced by an eminent phyaitlan to be a case of malari al fever. 1 was Induced to try your 1'ad, and I must sar that I grew better every day after I applied It, and had no return of the fever or chills afterwards, I am now, I think, entirely well; at least I fed as well aa ever. I took no medicine of any klud after putting on the 1'uil, and 1 attribute my cure entirely to It. I recommend It to every one afflicted as t was. 8AKAH I.KONAHD. Ono enn occasionally moot a follow who Is willing to txecept death before dishonor, but they nro senrco ns lien'n wisdom teeth, nnd ccnornlly devotu their lives to driving lmeks at Nlnsmrn Fnlls. - How lo Hootirc llt'itllli. It seems strange that anyone will sutler from derangement brought on by Impure blood, when fk-ovlll's Barsapnrilla nnd Btllllngta, or IIUkhI and Mver Syrup will restore perfect health. It haa proven Itself to be the U-st blood purlfler, cITcctually curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders, Wcakiu'sa of the Kidneys, Krv.lieliis, Malaria, all Nervous Disorders nnd flebllltv, HlllliuH enniiliilnts and all Diseases of tbcllfnod, I.lvcr, Kidneys, Stoinnch, Skin, etc. A single bottle will prove to vou Its merits ns n health rcnewer, for It nets like n charm, especially uhcii thu complaint Is of an exhniMlve nntiire, having i temiency to lesM-ii tin' i t .. v . "at lliulirain and nervous svsteiu. llAKKIt'S l'AIN PANACEA cures pain In JIati and Henst. Use rxtenmllv nnd Intornallv DIt. HOOKU'S VEOKTA1I1.E WOUM SV UUP Instantly destroys wonns and removes the Secretions which cntiso them. "Vou nro not fon I of monoy for !t sclfP" "Oil! no," said Johnsonliurg; "I'm fon. I of it for myself." PILES! PILES I PILES! A Htiru 4,'tiro 1'oiinil stt I.'.trif. Tlfo One 1 Siillrr. A suro cum for tho 1511ml, IMuuding, Itehinr nntl Ulcorntcd l'ili-s has lieon discovered by Dr. Williams' (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box lm. cured the worst chronic cases of 25 ami SO yours standing. No one need sutler llvo min utes after implying tills wonderful soothing medicine. For sale by all imiggisu or million on receipt ot price, 91.00 per box. F. S Hknky & Co , l'rops., Cleveland, Ohio. ITHE ONIV HsSDICINB IK BlTIIKlt I.UJUin Oil I'UV 1011.11 Thnt Acuni llisaitnir time on TS3HmiS, TSS80WBZ3, AMD KiSaxsS. WMY AFSE VJE 80CK? Beanut rt allot tttttt gnat organ to Uco.-M e'.otl"l cr f.tf, ffHif ixisonoui It'-.vtwflTr- ffor: ftrt:J iito t'.t b'.ood Vial c?tOulib:t.t"tdna'.uranj. WILL SURELY CURE Ikidney diseases, LIVER COMPLAIIITS, llII.nn CONSTI PATIO S, tIKIN'AUY dwsasi. umaij! ivnAKNisi:e, and Ncn oc i!t-oiii)i:i:s. Uby canting frtt action of thtn organ) and ntM'tg thtlr ;wicct to throw cf illuau. V-Iir anfrer lllllnns ratne and nclieal f iviit tnmifiitr.rTTltl. I'llrs. Consllimtlont juhfrlhti'iiid otorillioriloreil Klilncjst I why endure ncrrous or sick nrauacucii rKIINnYaWOItTuri(:r;ol In htallh. t Mini. 11. V.v.fnl.lM V.,M. In tin Icansonopackaeoot which makes elz quart ol mdlctno. Also In Uquld Form, "cry Conccn. !ltuca, lor mwiu ....v ... (Vlt act with eiiiu. eRIclency In cither form. OST it OK YOlIlt DKUOnlST. raicE, i.os. WEI.I.8. UICIUIIDSO.N A Co., Trop's, lrWUleenathedrypoVlald.) BnnLOTOS, TT. YDIINR MPN If '"" woulil h'nrn TcleRrophy n UUliU ITICI fourmonthennaiioccrtalnof allt nation, addrraa Valktink IIro.. .InnpwvlU'. Win. fnilNR MFN. ivANTKIl IMMKDIATiaYto . . "."""warnieieKrapninicanuisKefiiarKe ui oiiicrHiit'iiqiiniinru. wood auuiiiioni guaran li'fil, Wtttrrn Tel. (uK. Sfil.i In. Mn, CHICAGO SCALE COMPANY. 131 South Jtfltrton Strttt, Oilman, . J-Ton Walton Scales, tali 4-Ton MO t The .5 M rtrllTO hTllEntilKs. cAKVAss. i-uiie iich-civi. a. weiiq rnr rrico l.ui. bl'llKtl Mils. firl I f."3 aim fAiu .mi.n, h'u nUIM I Si WmYO' rour adilrcaeeaiiulclctoSlanU' 'faotnrere. .tM "Univ.. V. V. I7 A TPTTPC! ouKrr. Atme. I AnierlaaWaUKOe.ntlatercti,ra. fTTTffC fiJTOln. Oualufue fie. AUraee, 3f J tj Still W.l. Oon Wwti.niuUirtt.ra THE OLDtST MEDICINE in the WORLD IM l'ltOllAHI.Y Dr.Isaac Tbompsou's G clelirateil Eye Water. Thta aitlcli- 1m u cnri-futly prtparnl iiti)ecIanHpu. ecrlptlon nnilhue hi'cn In cunetftiit ni'i- for m-iiriv t century, iiiuliiutuliliiimiilliii! tin-ninny other pri'-n-rations tlmt Imvf hi'tn tntimlumt Into tin- niarki t, ttiobiiluof t h tit n 1 1 ft lo liconMnntlylncmmlnir- Iftlii dlrecilone uin tolkmiMl II will iiei-r lull, Wi par ticularly IiiIi,'ii nil wu lini of pliiihliiiia toltauii'r' it. .lOllN.I.. IIIOAll'SuS, bltNH C Tro.v. N. V. o.ooo AkciiIh Wnntcil for I.I re or GARFIELD It contains the full hlitory of hie noble and eventful lifo and dattardly examination, gurglcal treatment, death, funeral obactiutci, etc. Tho K-at chance of your life to make money, llcwiueof 'catchpfnny"tmita llone. Till, lathe onlyaiithiutlcand fully llluitrated life of oar Martyred President, r Ine steel portrait!. Kitra term to Afti'un. Circulars free. Airuri'r. v .TioMAi. I'rnr.iBiitNfl t o., ciiicago, in. One Dollar TkbtSJIr7 .Fr ta th Wt 4S eolumm eUnul and eiellTtJeya41ai matter, prlnied om Larg. plain tfp. laaoed Walr, and mailed to aoy addra la tb Uall Oil Dolur Yiear. illaraYear. Betty eabeerlow tU a uaiiea iuin, poau; paic. '01 CHlOAilU jLKItUkK, Jklar, IIL F R AZ E R AXLE GREASE. llest In the World. Get the cenulne, K eiry lineiiugo Hurt mir -i ruiii.-.iiiirh unit In miirluol Knimra. Will I) HVIt U V V 1 1 W H t-. denaome to ine. A vocation of a month did not si to ftodTtoorof bodr hoe come alio a clearnenuf thought it. n The Iron Tottie ta vwtxtratian of iVo toxitle of Iran, iyrti mi M phatott fnl iriA tho Iritrtablm Aromatic. Jtimtrtra Wmpery murpooo ter lAlalMTHI I? TMI OR. HArlTHR MKOICIw AO.. . IU MI Mowm m iinrrwwHryi WEITHER OR NOT. Woadmlrotho phlloorhy of tho unfonunata man, who, when cvcrylhliig hail been swept away, unlit, "Well, thcro'll ho weather anil taxes! left, at any rate." Alasl weather Is tho " yellow dog;" of all suhjects; everyono thlnVs It his ricclal right to try to better tho weather, anil hurls his anathemas aealnst "Old Probabilities," and all who endeavor In assist him In regulating tho weather. The following communication I from rrof, Tico, of SI. Louis, Mo., the renowned mctcoroloirlst and weather prophel of the West. Itiloo not dlscus the weather but something surely of mora Importance to those who sutler with that painful malady he (peaks of! "Tho day after concluding my lectures at Burlington, Iowa, on the Slstof Deccmlier lnt, 1 va si'lrcd ultlinsniMcnnttackof netiralpln In the chitt, (living tnecxerurlatlng imIii ami nlmrvitiiroi'nt. Inghrenthlng. My ptilsi-, tiMinlVy HI, fell to V5; Inlcmetuui.eaof tho atmniieh Miecceitotl. ami a cold, dummy snent eni rril my en'lri UmIj. Thcaltendliigtihyslrliiii inulil ilo lintlilng In It llcvo mo. After atiuVrltig for three hiMH, 1 thousht-asl lmiltieen mine St JauhwOu I(1i food ellect for rheumnlli! pulhs I tnulil ti it. siituratoit ii pleeu nf llnniu l, hiree enough to cover my ehi't. llh the (HI, mid npilUiHt. 'I ho relief a almost In-iiiuliuiwiu-.. In r.no hour I as entirely In-e rioni palu, nnd w 1.1 lma taken tho tr.iln infill mi aiiinilnttni'iit t . (uluht Innnolghbnrlliif tnwn luul my frien.M tint ills niailoilmo. Aai'n It ikthenl,ht r i. finny Imtne, In HI, Louie, und havo lint b-.e'i r.iuhUil slnco. hop bitters: (A .llrdieiae, not u IlrlnU.) CONTAIN HOI'S, HITIIir, .HANDIIAKt", DAMllll.IO.N, Ami Till. I'l lll:sr ami llrs r MriurAi.QUAI.l- TIKSOr Al.t. OTIIKII III1TKIIS. All lHTA-fH()f tli Pto'i irlit Itoffrl. lllooj. I. nor, liitinrw.ni.ii i iiiiHry'irpunii, rtr Fftimlo Complitluti. SIOOO IN COLD. Will he p.ild for n cafe they will tint enre or Help, or i or an) mini; impure or injurious fouinl In tin in. Akyour ilrucclit fur llnp lllttrra ami try thrill licfotv )uii dorp. Tn he no utlier. 1) I (' li an nliimlulennillrrrflMllilrritr" for Uiuiikcuiicie, use uf npluin,tulutroaiid nurcotlct. Pbnii ron Cmcri.R. Lay the Axo to the Roa- if yoa wonM destroy She kori ng worm. For aaextev uul poiii, sore, wound or lain ocss of mini or beast use on!, MEXICAN ilUSTANO LtN ' BiHNT. It nciictmts all mir. do uml flesli to tho vory boo expelling nil inflnmiwiUoi soreness nntl pnln, nnd lieall:i tho dUcnsctl prt ns no otJic Llnlini'iit over did or can. salt It t'iQ experience of gononidons of sutTeron), & so will you say when yos I tried tlio JIustauK.1 Vt iiifiintod! Only CM I i Y S () pfl m it al.nri-. s- -T A Sure :ir-. orntry TT i U R El No Cure, No Pay. Itypurdranrlit won't order lw lend aiJeei 4 botlles, chargesipKpald NOKMAM MEDICINE CO., I'rvvt., Dee Bfolne, low. rFosBAUBTi O.n. Ward A Co.. Mitchell. Dlt lettACraln. DesMolnest Fuller A Fuller, CbJcest, "DRAW-CUT" MTlpPPEBS. These Celtbratttt OhoptHYi, now In uce In alt parts of the world, are the onlvptrfcct Vliopptt t Jor Uutchrrt MURRAY IRON WORKS CO,. Bend for Clroul r. I Manufacturers. Hole Itilrllnuton. Ta m reeU,UiaatUier R VfHSlU MEDICAL COMMON SENSE M FUIN HOME fflt ftlid Wouirn. And kit rhrotiic nimttU, wiib tbrTirinrof am infif fort.inty. AtJJ'f't Mnr stw utility. r-iy inn i nn viiii isii iMi NEW RICH BLOOD ! PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS 8 &S IUooU, and will completely change tho blood In tho en t lrt ivstem In thrro monthi. Any per tun who will take 1 plircach night from I to 19 wt'ekainay borrvtorrd tosoun health, if auchA ttilnif hunnHHlhlH. Hnldev erywuere, or icm ny man torn letter ttampa. i. u. Joiinboh & Co. Uoaton, Maaa, former) Utwurar, Me. $100 FOR a5.l IlrKinrvctlDtu1 t'lve Pollarii, 1 will Mnd trn liarcn of Mlnliik'Btoclc mtr valufl Mnn Hundred dollar. XoliUHlncita pay iiuch produ an silver mining u voturuuu. dvimi Miaiiin ior nariicuisrs. id Htatnp for partlculari. EDWARD chiles, STOCK llltOKKlt. N. 3 Wliiilanr Illnck, Denvpr, C'nliiriiilo. FurDuslnes st tlm Oldcit & Heat V?X"--r"Conimerclal College. Olrcuiarfree. vCCCtt& AddriMC.llaYl.uta,IJubuquc, la. AllKNTK j7w, (,'nrn, Knurwnm IVANTUn .1. II. KlltlKltTOVftrO KAXSAHCITV. SHI, a W.N. V. Ha al-laa., al Ix 4 nu:s wan so to aih nvtsi u jKifUHf vf Ion Siitc th ciilvrtisvint ut i thin tutw f,fHrorsIaiicf reroni-1 liiiAiidrfl ItM fiseiispiK.I pal jrora,oi, fort itu, Xevvoum X'routrtt lccjircVoiiiI'YtwrffA-o.J me muc iucU qj titcut that my atot wuczeedlnftlr boit much relief but oa the contrary, wna followed by M)gaathou(H)oour IiiONloNio, fromwbich I tv iuu uij Davwrai ionx ava dan twins thm ! Doror Iwioro enJojfd, It the Tonlohasaol done tho Uh the trtAQtiU pern j.i-. nATuN.i'npioriJunniiAn iiiufto, tvj, u. I AMIIIalLl,lWL