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Among tlio manj curious tilings In tho British Museum Is a tablet of stono r1v fnttr'tlintisnntl Ycnraolil. and which contains, as claimed by Mr. Gcorgo Smith, a record of tho Hood. Tho ancients frequently out Inscriptions and records of important events into stones which formed their monuments fcand tomplo?, tho brick makers of Assy ria, Porsln and Egypt had their own marks Indented tn tho clay with tho cornorof a burnt brick. A styhu?, sharp at ono end and blunt at tho othor, mado and erased letters In tablotsof soft wax. Tho Romans mado a kind of book by binding together a few wax-covered slips of wood. Wo aro much Indebted forourknowl odgo of tho past to Ink. Black Ink was solid llko Indian ink, nnd was mado of lampblack and gluo. Tho letters on tho papj rus or parchment stoodout in rollof. Occasionally, red and grcon inks were omployod. Emporors somotimos signed j Iirpurplo ink. This was obtained from tho beautiful murcx, tho scctetlon at first being vcllow, tlio light changing it to u variablo violet. Cicero says i.n tnj: wasniiiile fumi tho liquid which tho cuttle-fish discharges to darken the water, that it mny escnpo when pursu ed. Silver and cold ink beautified violet Tt is renortcd that In Aiders tho iron and nlllc acids of two rtvnrs (lowed together, tho mixtures lorminir a river of veritable ink. Nearly 3,000 cars ago block books were nrlntcd from cruravings on wood bv tho Chlncso and othor Eastern Nations. Tho Chines o havo no sign for n. mero sound, but uso a symbol forcacli word, and thus sovcral thousand words cut in wood wero necessary. Tho Ger mans claim tho credit of introducing nrlntlnp miner nnd newspapers into Europe. Thoy only printed playing cards aard legends of tlio saints witn woouon blocks and n'mtcs perforated with novel designs. In thoearlypartof the fifteenth century, tho block pago was soparatcd into letters, which permitted any arnngo mcnt. similar to tho lit, 11, 15 puzzle. Tills wiis a voir valuable invention, nnd is claimed for both John Guttonburg, of fitrnslinrtr. nml LnlirOIlS Kostcr. of Haarlem. Itis claimed tliatin 1123, while Kostcr amused his children ono day in tho woods by cutting their names on tho ban; of tho trees, tho idea samo of male inr spparato block lit ors, and thus tho invent on of movable typo, tiuuenuurg, his apprentice, assisted by John Faust, used n winepress in starting a nrintin cfliio at Mentz M52. Peter Scliofl.br, ono of Guttenburg'f) workmen, tirstcast metallic type, which so cheapened books that tho musses began to buy them. Manuscript books, which woro often tho work of a lifctimo, could bo owned only by tho rich." A punch nnd matrix, or mold, is re quired for every kind of metallic lotter character employed in printing. Fow people havo svfllcicnt skill to cut In on tho end of llttlo pleccsf soft steel, tho iinoly proportioned letter. Whon tlio dio is iinishedhed and hardened, a single btroko stamps the impression on a small picco of copper, which is mado to lit In the bottom of ti llttlo box orframe. Into tho top of this mold is poured melted tjpo metal. Tliii is lead, mixed with antimony, which liordenr, and tin and a llttlo copper, which toughen. When tho alloy has cooled, tho mold, mado in two paits, opens on a hinge, and out drops a new type. Tho groove in tho bottom mako them stand erect, nnd tho nicks in tlio side helps tho compositor to toll when tho type is riglit sido up. Th" typo, wrapped in papers, each letter by itself, is now ready for salo. A font of type, enough for printing, includes largo and small capitals, small letters (moro of tho letters "o" than any other,) italics, figures nnd punctuation marks, nearly two hundred different characters in all. Tho sizes mostly in uso aro named pica, small pica, loug primor. bourgeois and brovlor. Groat, primer was formerly used in tho largest old Bibles. Typo smaller than brovier is called minion, nonpariol, agato, pearl, diamond nnd brllllaut. Last summor I purchased In London an Oxford Bible, tho smallest printed, containing, 3,000, 480 letters. It is a diamond typo, and Is only four and a half inches long, tbreo inches wldo and a half inch thick tho usual size of a small Testament. Tho smnllcbtbookovov printed with typo Is a microscopic edition called "Llttlo Danto," which was exhibited nt tho Finis Exhibition. A copy can also bo seen at tho Boston Public Library. Its COOtlssuo pages contained tho 14,323 verses of tho "Divlno Uomincdia;" and tho wholo volume is only two Inches long'andonoand tlnoo-eighthsli o'nvldo nnd 'five-eighths of an inch thick. Tho best magnifying glass was used by tho typesetter and proof-reader. Tho tedious work occupied livo years in its completion, and mined tho eyesight of tho compositor. Raised typo for tlio blind was Invented by Abbo Valontlno Haus, ojfrronohman. Tho tfrst pl(;?Jot wjtlllory was invent ed by a Gorman soovaf tor tho Invontion of gunpowder, and artillery was first used by tho Moors at Algosiras, in Spain, over 600 years ago. . ,!... k'ilotif Hum f 'oll- iu jtuipii a - - lon-i-il j( itus been f rmiglit with Greater HffW t bat which lias uccrucil to tlip Inlin.li tnuM ( lurri-u . . . ," ill! Of that KMort l,n 'rVnlrfrnratll0 1lSO of (OStCttOf'S BtOlIl but too clearly derooiutMtcil tUo Incllfdcncy of qu nlno nml olliir uniKu to kuxwu i-mm-ii ilia progress of Intel inlttent. cotiiicsttve mul bilious icuiltteiit fevers, wlitlo on tho other liana, (than been no leeeclCBriy shown, uiiti tho use of the Bitters, a rocdlclno congenial to the frailest constitution, ana ucnvcu jiuui purely botanic eourcis, ntlorus a rcllau e eaii Buantugaliitt malarial utseascs, ami nrroats II when fltvclopcd. For disorders of ttiostomacii. Jlver rvid bowels, for general ifchMty and lenal lact My, It is also u most cfllelent remedy. Appetite rind sleep aro improved by It, H lands rifiii'.it'- hnmnri fr'in (lie Woo.1 mul pwHi'Iibh circulation ImpoyerUhed by rotd-Msunllatton. Laud In tho South. Janiary Atlantic. Tlio character of tho soil in different parts of tlio South is a mntter of groat Intorost. onncccuntof tho nocossnry re lation between lis qualities nnd tlio In dustries nnd civilization of tlio peopio ot tho country. Tlio usual Southern idea or ostlmnto of "good land," ns express ed by Southern nirn whom I havo met, differs somowhat from that which pre vails In tho most fertlio portions of tho Northern States. Tlicro is, ofconrso, much rich land in tho South, but thoro Is a great deal which' Is called good by Southern farmers, that would not bo re garded as rich by men acquainted with tho soils of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, or of tlio portions of Pennsylvania nnd New York, which aro uost auaptcu to agriculture. Tho "nlno land" in tho Southern Stntes Is only moderately fer tlio, but, as tho cotton plant will grow unon It. nnd nroduco a llbro of market- ft ablo quality, it Is always spoken of by Its cultivators as "very fair land." 1 have rarely heard Southern men sny anything unfavornblo or disparaging rc- a ding tho soil of their region. Thoy seem usually to havo an nilection for it which sometimes appears to mako them blind to its defects. Where tho soil Is poor, tho peopio of ten manifest a kind of good-nntured, patient fa.ilism, submittlns without complaint to tlio Inconvonioncos result ing from tlio scantiness of tho returns for their labor, as if poor crops were a part of tho ordtr of tho universe, a ill- vino ordalnment not to bo criticised or remedied; though In trufh much of tho sterility is in tho methods of tho itiHI vntors, rather than in tho soil Itself But in many places in tho South tho soil will not yield what an average Northern farmor would rog( cd ns "livlntr." and many cmlcr nts hnvo gono thither nnd begun fni ning only to loam, too lato, that thoy ad mado a ruinous mlstako in sol jting land Thoy oiton fcol much resentment bo coii'jo tliov iniairlro thoy havo been do colvsd by their Soutlicrn neighbors in regard to tho quality of tho soil; bit1 of courso thero Is, usually, no Intentional misrepresentation in such enses, thn orror having arisen from tho dllferjnco in standnrds just mentioned. (But I ho stplemnnts mndo bv railroad comnaii' ies having lands for salo in tho South, should commonly bo taken with lariro allowance, ns thoy frequently contain grossly exoggoratod accounts of tho pio duetiveness of tho lard.) Thero is a largo class of farmers or "planter" in the South who do not expect or renuiro an much from tho ground as Northern men demand. Tliov aro satislied with a lower degrco of fertility, and thoir com parative estimate of tho grado or quali. ly of tho land dillors from that of mos emigrants of tho North. An average Southern family need much lcs3forn "living' ' than Northern peopio require, and on much of tho land of tho South Northern peopio aro uuablo to Hvo by tho methods of agriculture to which they havo been accustomed in their old homes; norcau thoy succeed by thoso of tho Southern men around thorn, unless thoy will adopt tho scalo of living and expendlturo which satisfies their Southern neighbors. Tho habits nnd tastes of tho poorci wiiito peopio of tlio South aro in a remarkable degrco adapted to thoir circumstances and tho conditions of their life, but Northern methods of living requiro a very differ ent environment. Falling Back on the Law of Moses, Ti'nSlfilnK Thero is a colored Justico of tho Peaco who holds Court not far from Austin, nnd who gots oil' from tho bench somoof tlio most wonderful decisions that havo overbcen delivered slnco tho days of Sol omon. Not long sinco Jim Wobstor was brought up boforo him foi cutting o tho ear of a cow that had broken into Jim's gardon. Tho caso was clearly proved, and tho colored Solomon said: "I soutonces Jim Webster to bo lock ed up In do County Jail for do spaco ob ono year." "But, Your Honor, tho statuto says that tho penally for such oll'uuscs slial bo a lino, not to exceed S50," said Jim Wobstor's attornoy. "I knows dat ar, but I takes do old law ou do subject." "To what old law does Your Honor tofor?" "To do lawob Mosos, salt, will h say 'an oyo for an oyo, n toof for a toof, a a ear for an oar.' Do prisoner at do Inr cut offone oar ob do cow, and do law bwb 'splicitly dat ho lososayear's timo In w lall. Ef ho had cut oft hofo ears ob cow ho would hab cot two years. Call d? next caso ou do docket. 11 When you clvo to others, givo oheoii fully. Thoro Is no blosslng for an un wllllnc oiTonntr. Cl n liitu'ta i.iK'ir. Tlio Norrlstovyn (Pa.)' Herald in a n cunt Issue reterrou among ouiors to in following cases of sneolal intorost. 'nio aro thoir own commentary. Mr. S;im uol C. Nyco, resides at' 308 Marshall street, and holds tho responsible posi tion of journal clerk In tho Pennsylvan ia Legislature at Harrisburg. WlrfV Mr. Nyo) and family wero in tho cotwi try recently; his boy, aged throe years, foil and broko his leg. Ho recovered, hut a vory troublosomo stillness sot in and ho could scarcely uso tho leg. The Injured limb was rubbed several limes with St. Jacobs Oii, and tlio Etlil'uois was so m"ch reduced that tho boy wits ablo to uso his leg freely. Dr. Knlpe suld it was tlio uso of St. Jacobs Oil Unit cured tho stillness. Mr. Nyco hlmsoll usod tho Gicat German Remedy for loothabho with good effect, and also for a sprain and pains of rhoumatio nattiro, and always with good eflyat Mrs. Njco also says sho thlnka tho Oil is a splendid thing, and she always keeps it on hand. A Millionaire's Romance. Thero is n pretty romanco about tho marrlago of William H. Vandorbllt, Jr., nnd Mis? Alv.t Smith, tlio story ;f which Is often told in upnortondom. Tlio young lady and her sister woro nt- tending School nt lonningtou, Mass., in Miss Portor's Academy, whonco Nclho Grant was oxpellod for insubor dination. Nollio Grant had counted a llttlo too much upon tho power of tho namo of her fathor, whom sho nlways called Ulyssos, and Miss Smith first gained n reputation by bolng ono of lha spirited girls who recognized no tiuior onco between her fathor, a very smart speculator In Now York, and tlio Galo- na tannor, and sho was tho rccognWod lcador in tho agitation which resulted In Miss Grant's retirement, nnd thoro has boon over slnco botwom tho two such n fottd ns very charming women nro capablo of. Whllo at school Miss Smith suddenly received word that her fa her had mado an unlueky venture, that his fortune had gone up In a bal loon, and that sho audhor sister limit, at tho end of tho term then near its closi. iro at onco to tho homo of thplr grandmother in Virginia, thoro to re main until thoir faihor could summon them North ngaln. Tills was not suit- nd nt nil tn n, ileninlsollo COllSclotH of hor own attraction', and sho determin ed to mako a venture on her own ac count. Sho borrowed some money from her toachor, and mado an ar- rangoment to go to Rich Hold Springs for a fow weeks, so that whon sho np- jinnrnil thnrn sho had as a duenna a i .... well-known instructro s.nnd this pique t tho curiosity of tho young men about ihn rpsnrt. Thero was a cotorio of Now York yirls thoro. A Mis T daughter of n broker, a Miss O daughter of a rich browcr, and rovoral othors who know of tho misfortunes oi tho Smiths, and who also tr'rd to mako It appear that tho young Miss Smith no loncor deserved a place in tlio rnuus or tlio "nouvenu richo." as her father hail gono up. William Vandorbllt Jr., oa' o to tho Springs to attend a ball, and tho Now York girls were all in a Unttnr. boeauso oaeli ono desired to capturo tho son of tho great nv.lliounire MUa f.mlth tnolf in thn situation at a glance, but sho had nothing to wear, and sho had only S10 in hor puro. Sho proposes to Miss T. to buy a dress, nnd Mks T., having u big stock of dresses and a small amount of pin money, was ready to obligo her. Sho va not, howover, inclined to part with anything that would bu becoming to Miss Smith, and accordingly sho select ed a yellow silk, with a wino spot in front, nnd offered to soil that for Miss Smith's S 10, being nssured that Miss Smith, being moro of a blondo than a brunette, would look "horrid" in yel low. But Miss Smith paid tlio prieo, and tho fair doalor In second hand clothing chuckled ovor tho bargain she had mado. Her pleasure was turned to chagrin that evening when Miss Smith appeared upon tho ball room iloor a queen of beauty, and in mat yeuow silk. too. Instead of putting white up on her faco, sho mado hor complexion btown, nnd having borrowed a laeo mantilla from her teacher, and a big black fan, sho came out tho picturo of a bewitching sononta. Her coy glances shot into tlio Vandorbllt heart. Site tossed tlio soft ends of tho mantilla ovor her shoulder, as sho strolled tho piazza, nnd used tho fan most bowltoliingly. Tho Now York girls rtood aghast, and Miss T. shod a tear ovor tho lois of her yellow silk, and fo't that sho had been clioaled, for sho nover thought that dress looked so well. Tho result was, that Vandorbllt foil desperately iu lovo, bocanio nil tho moro nrdont bocauso of tint lady's studied hesitancy, nnd was tho happiost millionnlro anywhoro whon ho gained a kiss aud tho privi lege of putting on tlio Ilngor of tho son orita a dianond engagement ring. Mrs. Vanderbilt at onco visited Rich Hold Springs, was charmed by her pros pective daughter-in-law, an.l Invited her to spond tho summer with her. Tho smart young girl, however, pleaded that sho had a dear, sweet grandmam ma, in Virginia to whom sho owed a duty-visit, and sho must go thoro first. Thither sho wont, and taking an ac count of stock, improved hor wardrobe ns'a smart girl with llttlo money only can, and then sho accepted tho invita tion of hor prospective mother-in-law. Sho conUdod to her tho bitterness of the fashionable Now York girls who woro so anxious to got her expected husband, and tho rosult was that tho mother had her prido touched, and sho nt onco out tho Ts. and O's much to tho constorna tlon ot tho fumlllos aforesaid. Well, all wont well. Tho millionaire marriod tho protty girl of tho yollow silk dress and black laeo mantilla, and thoy nro now living happily on tho avonuo. Artemisia marriod her own brcthor, Mausolus, King of Carla, 377 B. C. At Ids doath shodrank.'Iu liquor, his ashes, after lib body had boon burned, and' eroetod to his memory u monument, ono of tlio soven wonders of tho world, termed Mausoleum. Sho invited nil tlio literary men of her ago, and oftorcd a reward to him who composed tho host versoj upon her husband. Tho prize wo ndjudtrod to Thcoponipus. Tho statuto of Mausolus is among tho anti quities brought from llnliearnassus in 1857, and placed in thn British Museum. IH i:lllll I BJltUlHMVXl. A LowhII (Mass.) papoi, so wo ob servo, cites tho oaso ot Mr. P. II. Short, proprietor of tho Belmont Hutol, that city, who suffered with rheumatism for. seventeen jears without finding relief from any of thonumorous remedies em ployed, until ho applied St. Jycobs Oil. "I never found any mcdioliio that pro duced Mich remarkable and lnstautnn eons effect as it did," says Mr. Short. Lyons Iowa) Mirror. THE 1UGHKST TUAISK. I-'cvr HIiici'M nml I'm-iict WoimIh From I.eiKllnpr .lllti iHlcri ! 1 .11 II, I. They Hnvo Been nml Know Whereof Thoy iiiurni. Tlio fact that a man occupies the responsible position of n religious teacher entitles him to unqucdtloncd respect, and plus Ills words and endorsements a special power. Tho statements which follow, attested by fne simile slpiaturcs, are voluntary, in tlielr nature nnd Riven be cause the facts they contain aro believed to lie of great benefit to tho human race. All who read there testimonials cannot mil admit tnelr ulncerltvorfall to be Impressed with tho power of tbo nrtlclo of which thev s pnjtk. WASIItXOTOX.tf. J., OUllCVlSt, 1S31. i'tttrn tt. II, Warntrit to..- OnxTtxMnN! For moro than thrco years I believed in tho elllcaey of the remedy known as Warner's Safe Kldicv and Ltvcr Cure. I nm Acquainted with cases of albuminuria, ot acute nrignrs Disease ami or gravci, wiiira nave fin ly yielded to it. t rom my knowledge, also. it is n remcuy which is sometimes rccommciieu by tlio most skillful physicians. Whllo I believe It to tic perfectly safe to uso, I licllevo, also, that In cases where n euro is pos'lblo Its effect Is to allcvlato tho great sufferings ot the patient. or IS 1). D. nnd Vaster Conn egatlonal Church. .tcuonv Citv, N.' J., Sept. 20, 1S-S1. Jfrr. . If. ir.irifr.t 0.; , OnsTixMnx 1 havo never been troubled with i.rliiitu kl.lnnr nrfiTtlnti tnvtelf. but I tec- ommend your remedy from observation of Its effect on others. Scut.i1 of cur acquaintances have liccn so much iK'nefitiil by Its use that nf Ipr rnnvi-MiltllMI Willi tlietii I U-eniiic satltlcd of lu nvrollfiii'i. nml ri'rniiiinelided It. fccllllL' It to bu tn'y duty to do so, If by that means I mtixtit Jielp any onu to llnd relief from suffering. I be- 11CVO It to I'O n IU'liriUI U IB rmmmiunuui w uu us anything ever cliercd ut tne pitoiie, Vaster St. Vaul's M. K. Church Hampton- Couiit Ilorsn, . C, Muy S, 1SS1. I....... f' JJ 11V. ...... f tt ' (Ir.NTLEMKN ! I have been suffering for the past nine tears from the most acute pains In the region of the kidneys nnd liver, and during that time I havo looked foruvrd to nothing less (I. .hi llrlirhi'a illr.ai. About March 1. 1 ri.ni! vntir nilviTtl.omi'nt which explained tho caso Of Mr. l.nnibec. It senliOd Very slnrllar to my own r;i.e, nnd I sent lor lour notucs oi votir Safe Kidney and l.Uer Cure. I believe It m I... tnfnlllMi. mul vnu enn obtain tho U'Ml monv of nil my friends nnd nelghlmrs to tho fact that It rescued me, when death seemed certain. 1 tiel nue a young man again. Snt.v CI.AUA, C May 3, 1SS1 Ci:xti.i:mi:x : 1 have used your S,fe Kidney and l.ivcr i;uro anu wuuu iv uhjuiiuiiitoi. cd It. Unt-iicsTRii, N. Y., Jan. S, ls31. It II U..r.. .f- fit tir.NTt.KMr.N: H ivlug recc'wd from tho use of Wurnor'a Safe Kidney nnd f.ttrr Cure very maiked bcnellt, I can cordially recommend It to others. (D. T). Vrofe-ifor of fireek lu tbo Rochester lTnl vcrsltv and New Testament r.vlscr.) Ciii:i.m:a, VIehlg.ui, Juno 10, lbSt. itari. It. II. Wmr.tr A Co. : ... GusTLUMi-.s: 'Io years ago lat August my wife was afacked with rheumatism; n wanting nwny ot the muscular euhtanci of thu bly, enltrgiinent ot tho Joints, bus of npc tlto, fearful p.dn, los of motive power nml al most licrfcct hchilespncss. All was done by tho very owt physicians I could get, but without the least hefp. For wemy montba itic suitor ed on, until In April when I said In my heart 1 will give up my prejudice aud try your medi cine, and lo I the seeiet was found out. ft wot lied like- n charm. My wife is now llko her self once more, nnd suiishluu Is onco more In our home. Evil ..J&fy CO '.m Pcsssvi.va.nia .vvr.Nt;r:t WA-.IHSOTON'. 1) C, .Time 7, 1T0. I J.V,,'. . . ICiiiiTit- C.: (Ir.NTi.EMKN! I hnvo known of somocaes of Urlubt's I)ie iso which seemed to be hi the las' stages and hid b en given up by puietlon oivtot both tcliooK hi which tho epee ly ehango wrought by your Safe Kidney and I.lver Cuio teemed but UtM i less than miraculous. I am convinced that for Ihlcht's I)le.iso In all stages no remeJy heretofore discovered can bo held for one moment In comparison with this. (I). D. and Financial Secretary Howard Uni versity.) LvsANDi'.it, N. Y., Aug. 2, ISSt. Menr. II. It. II'.. r'r. t(7o..' , , Gi:STU'.Mr.N'i 1 havo been greatly benellted by the uso of your Safe Kidney and I.lver Cure ami now I frankly sny I think It the best mcdl clno In tho world to restore to a normal state botli a diseased I.lver and Kidneys giving them vigor and strength to perfojui faithfully tlitir Important functions. I shall recommend your mcdlclno without receive far aud near asl have an opportunity. (Va-tor M. E. Church.) "3 Montoomiikv, Ala., May 2a, 1SS1. Meiirt.ll.il. mmer it Va, : (lUNTi.i'.MUN! I have been greatly troubled with my kidneys and llvt r for over t ncuty years ami during tint entire limn I was never free from pain. Mynicdlud bills wero enormous, and I visited both the Hot and White Springs, noted fur tlio curative qualities of tho water. I nm happy to say I am noiv a well man, and en tirely as the result of your iiafo Kidney and Liver Cure. With such glorious results 1 urn only too glad to testify icgardlng tho remedy which has mado mo so happy. Wiiiitanv. Aforrls Co., N. J., July 2, 1SS0. Henri. Ih It. Wiimtr it Co. .- . , , I)i:au Sins: Until recently my wife has suf fered terribly from a severe attack of aculo In flammation of tho bladder, which occurred tJctoberlast, and leftnchronlc inflammation of tbo neck of tho bladder. This disease yielded to no treatment until somo tlmo In March sho began to Ufo of your Safe Kidney and Ltvcr Cure, and by tlio we of six bottlis was com pletely cured, which wo wish to acknowledge very thankfully. Wo havo commended the cure to others, ns wo hnvo had occasion, and shall contlnuis to do so very cheerfully. Umveiisitv oi' KonicsTF.n, 1 I!1;M!U.1. HA1H...JVIUI.I i Tlnrtirsrmt. N. Y.. .laminrv 18th. lbSI Mr. 11. If. Wiirnerhasr.liieedlil mvprtseesslon the formalin of tlio sovcral mcdlcliUH uutiufnc tiired and sold under tho general dcs'giiathin of "Warner's Safe Iteuio.ltcs." 1 havo investigat ed tlio pvoeesscsof nianufacluio, which nro con difuted wllh cxlicu'ii care, and according to the beso methods. I hnvo taken from tliu labora tory samples of all the mllcles used In the pre piu'.itloii ot these medicines, ns well ns tho fevtrnl medicines lilln which thoy ciiler. lha o also pui-cliaed from d ITvront drug. Ists In this city Warner's S.ifo Iteniedles, and upon critical exaiiilnatlon I llnd them nil entirely free from any poisonous or deleterious imhstunccj. (Ph. n., I), ot'd Analyst State Hoard of Health.) No higher pralso c uM bo given any article on i.nrlli. rml It ..etiilili.lii.u lineiilhl n nnoi.tl III 1 1ll- v.ituo ot this groit remedy for nil discuss of tlio I kidneys, liver or uiluary oitaiis. 1 Lord Byron, iu reference to a beau tiful lady, wroto to a friend: "Lady has been dangerously ill, but now sho is dangerously well ngiiln." Amer ican belies, when attacked by any of the Ills that ilosh Is hoir to. may ho kept killing, and avoid being killed by tnk Inglir. R. V. Picrco's "Favorite Pro scription," which banishes feminine weaknesses nnd restores tho bloom of health. Bv nil dniscists Wo aro within tlio circlo of a great order, In which boforo God n thousand years aro ns ono day. CoNsusiiTiov Is n dlseutu wo all dread. It often carries Its victim to an untimely grave. now imporianr, men, lor mo.o wno enensn life and health, to prevent that disease In its early stages. Kvcry Cold or Cough should bo treated with Allen's Lfso IIalsam, There Is no better rcmedv. Tho sphere in Christian duty Is not there nor yonder, but hero, just whoro you nro. Piireftacl.I.lvtriiiL nmiiu from .piccted Itrcri on tlio .fit titiorr. t,y On. well, ttnzanl Co.. New York. It la absolutely pimi ami nwrct. l'allrul. wlio li.vo once titkpn It pri for It to all other., IMiy.lclani navcuuciuea u superior to any oi inc qiditoiisiu narkt. Cuiiosltylsn thing lha makes us look over other people's affairs and over look Our own. C.lTAItltll OI'TIIK ltl,,M)l)'.lt! Sllm-MiiL'. pinirtli.it. Irrllatlon or the nrlnarr ri.. aire., iII.im.cI illM-li.iri.-rf. rureit y llilelni.illia l ill ilnmnM.. Prfpnlil liy Ctrirenil Z 0 fur 1. K. 8. WKI.I.S, Ji r.e (Jltr. N. . How absurd to bo afraid of death when wo aro in tho habit of rehearsing it every night. lllt.MS .INI) MiltVll. Well." Ilonllli llrnt-wcr.itn ule.l reineilyonearlli for lmpjteiiee, leiinne... .exiiililehlllty, ete. l nt lniR. Kiain. Pii'iMi'iny i:pre.ni z stum. wi:m.s, .ler.iy Clly, N. .1. God Is great, and thoroforo ho will ho sought; ho is good therefore ho will bo found. 11,-nrj rt 4'ai-liolic Snlvc. Tlio BEST 8AI.VK In tho world for Cuts, u.... ,ti...... a. I, t rr..... Channoil Hands. Chilblains. Corn', all klndi of Skin Eruptlotu, t'rcfkles nnd l'lmple. lie sure von yet, HKNRY'S CAKDOLIO HAI.YK, nil others aro but counterfeits. cents. I)c. p!r''ii"K O.vyKi'iiiiti-il Ittllor). is the oldut nnd best remedy for DvsiK'psIn, TfMII.......fld Thi1I...I..h .H. d I. II in uiiivri-, ..i int. i ill, jiiviiviviifii, mi'i Usui ill. I a of tho stomach, ami nil Impure conditions of .i. in., i i. i . , i. .jt.i.. ..... inu jiiihhi, niuner-, i.iut, f-iiin, ou. I)t'UNO'SX;7TAUItflS.N'L'FKeiircs all dl- scaes of miieotit mcmtirnne. head and tliroat Pit. MOTf'S I.lVEKl'ihlVSarotho best Ca thartic Keguhilopi. PILSSl' PILES! PiLESl A Sm-u 4'nri: I'lmntl at X.tiM. 7 Oik: Need Nutlt f. A suro euro for the Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams' (an Indian remed',) called Dr. William' Indian Ointment. A singlo box lias cured the worst cliron'o cases of 'Jo iinil 30 year? standing. No ono need suffer livo min utes after applying this wonderful i Hoothing medicine For salo by al' Druggists or mailed on receipt of price, 81. 00 per box. 1'. S. Hknhv & Co.. Props., Cleveland. Ohio. You feel weak nuuliuguld, no energy, no am hltlon to do anything. Dr. Ilalllday's HIcmx I'urllier Is tho remedy for you. lor talc by al Western druggists. i. ...... !..... fi . l.il.t ii.., tl,.,! tti.. t(j.. iv,, 1 1 -i.l ....fill .1 on Iut I.ttlimxt tit it ftu' linil tin- cniHUinptlfm. .Nut 1 l)fltt'lnti thai a p'-rfrct curt' t-uiilil In- nmrti u, but IlilnkliiLMli.it I mftfht W tiMc titx1 tinexpfi'tornnr not ' cimuinliint'lmri, whirl) wmim ntTnnl mhiw ri-Ilcf, I I'luiuimi of ti lnivl"t tit Uliltmoitd, Vn.. If Ik hint 1 any tmntctnr not cMiritliitiu; opium, lh.it win u KHtl I'xnt-i-titiiint. IU thi-n ri't'otniiu'iidfil A lion's Ltins ' II;ih;im uhhh t nirL'h:if('(l umt lintnctvl inv mothir to j uy. neroM' run inui uiKt-n nit1 urn nniur, um iiu-piuvitin-nt In hor i-omllllon w t no marked tluit 1 pur cliiHCil IlircfMiiori1 lintih'M, 'Urn ittirndlnif plivr-lcliin sritiuthu bcni'tlclfil i'dfctf, riToinmciifli'd tin con tlnut d un nml In iihotittwi'lt'iii(nth hcrluiiRHWiTti pronounced ciiitiI, Upon my rtcoinnH-ndiiMoniiniiiy other u ho hnd the t'oumimpilon hnw hi-en t ured. I think you enu chilm for your niedtetin1, thofollowlnKt Kxreciorutlon without IrrlMttnn. nnd Iieallnt: of the lunjf hy keeplnKthem free from fort-Inn tiilniniiren, llitu arrckttuK and curing lrli dread dUeaxe, Mr. Dtir Fny ho wtlteu lifcauHt hu want u lo know thHt Allen's LunKllaliam la dolus pood. Sold bv all Dmtnriftta. .1YDIA E, PIHKIIUM, OF LYHH, MAS1? s L.YDIA E. PQNKHAIWS VE&ETABLE COMPOUND. Ia n 1'oalllvn Cure for nil ttioae I'ntiii'ul lliiinplnliil. mul W.nlintll.a aovoninioil to our lit .t ffiiuilu Jtoiuilatloii. Itwlllcuie rntlicly tlio noi.t foiiuof IVmalo Com lilalntillorailaiitroiililo.iniliimniatlon and t'Icera lion, Falling nnd Ill'lccincnt, nndllio cmueipient Spinal Wcakncai, aud I. I .ttlcularljf aJ.itcd to tlia Cliango of IJ'i'. It Mill dlaaolre and expoltumora from tlio nt.nialn an eaily eiaeoof il.Ttloi'iiwnt. lliotcnilenejrtoc.il c.rou. humoro I hero U clirclcd rery .kciI11j l y II. use. It reinorej falntaoe., flatulency, di'ktrojof.11 craving foritlmiilanl., and nlli'TC u wcalincan of tlio rtoinecli. It curt. PIoat'iifcT, Ueniliclie., Kcrrima Proitratlon, (l.neral peulllly, fcloci'ltsincsj, lieiueaaloa wid Iiidl. tTe.tlon. That feelloj of tieatlnedOfrn.causlnB raln.T"lt and backache, li alrraya pcmiancnlly cuiril ly H. me. It "111 nt nil tltnc.aml undorull rlrcuiiiilanc.i ect lu liaiiaony with tualana that i-orcrn tbo fein.lo r j.t'rn. fur tbo cure ot Kidney Cotni liUut of eltliar ceilU. Compound I. un.urpn.ard, i.ydia. e. riNKHAM's vrficTAnr.n roji. rollNIII. prepared at C33 and fii AVi.tcrn Atenue, I.jrJi.M.Ea. I'rlcoOI. BltliotUrafor 5. ptnttymill the form of pllla, alio la tlio form of loitnftcs, on receipt of price, II per box foreltlitr, lira. I'lnktiam fteelyauwer. all Irtter. of InQulry. Btrnd for iiuupti. lot, Addreu u above. Mention IMi Jiper, Ho family alioull B.nltlioutl.TDIi Ii. PimtniU'S tlVtri 1'IIIH. Tliey cure coiittlpatloii, tlUouniM( si tcrvldllr of tin lit r. U cent, per It. tsrU'H tf nil UmrtUia. -B GiSHliii Ih!I1I!5 Ui Mm? i -Ttt, llytrmiliij rcrr 'I" l.im? lu . I. niiiir ,ui. ) Ke-ol rlult lr. Wllllnoi f. Pk-ier. n tm ri'lmtir .'f 9 ll.iwlliut. 'i ii, Vil , n in.', iiiiilfi iluie Apill lili, l.".!. 1 UeMy: "I arialylii'lli'i Ui.it . !''. II t 'i,i 9 will iin.l lint eatVil eiinHiiitn.ili.il Ir t.ik'eu In time nnd h Fjotii r e:iie lie tnki a or die l'nili nt Imiti In milruiilc , V imilutMilutlilnu. Hlv jean :iu my tiuitlier wit. at I V 1 JL-r-Jm I A I.tul.V'H IhIi. "Oh, how I do wish my skin was ns clear nnd soft ns y.iurs," said n 'acfy to her friend. ' You can c.i-uly mnke It so," answered the friend. "Howl" Inquired the first lady, "ily using ,'op Hitters, teat mikes pure rich blood nnd blooming heallh. It did for me, ns you observe. Head of lt.-C'-in ftii'l'th. All nnturo Is a v-st symbolism; ovory material fact has sheathed within It a soiritual truth. 1tn1.1. 1 n..., n ... rnal.irn.1 lit' 11LUIIII, liiit'M mul imi'i'iiii-na iii urn-mi ..j - the ll.c of I.ydln K. I'lnkliam's Vegetable Com-' i.llillll. 11. in I, IVIP111 W lulu .... n" ...v eaes from which women suffer so much. Send to Mrs. I.ydln K Vlnkliam, 'XXi Western Ave ..n.tn.l 1 1 tm r. .w.alfl.... i.l.n f..r all fllU&f. .11.. nue, Lynn, Mass., forpamphlels. Adversity Is tho trlnl of principle Without it a man hardly knows whether ho Is honest or not. 'I . . . it iium xo i:iiini. Vlso's Cure for Consumption has been on the market for many years, ami as u cure for coughs, colds anil consumption, has not been equalled by any other medicine. r A rlHl..... P..I..Ui..liin. frli . rntmrt.. 1.. 41. 1 11 1UII 1.1, rfVlllll l'I..IC, ..("..." T nm .i.llltitv vorv miieli if rntir IM.o'a euro. and It gives excellent satisfaction." A. I.. I!opwood,of Vinton, Iown, says, " our medicine can't no ueai," I U ono of tho worst errors to sup pose that there is any other path of safety except that of duty. .nr. .a. An M IicliirV .(ilvlrc. ItwnMhls: "Trut In Ooil and keep your liowel. o en." For this mirpn( take Klilno) Wort for no other remedy so effectually over comes thla condition, and that without the dl tress nnd griping whtrh other medicines caue. Try a lxit or iKittlc Trhi;M)Hi. imm Don't ho nnxiotH until you aio eon-.-polled to ho; many a man worries about a ghost that never appears. Ono of Geo. W. Brown's eiiebratcd No. 2 Coin Planters will bo given to any per son sending forty new subscribers to tho best practical nirrVttlttirnl weekly In tho West. For saiup.u iidiln The Ilomestnul, Dos Molm s, Iowa. Ono yea.- of a noble and generous life is worth n centuiy of cowatdly years, and self-cares and over-solieltude. i mm Merchants can use I.. K. Itin-nm Bul ter Color in coloring roll butter, and can also lie usi d when churning. If you wish lo appear In agreeable 'ociely, you mil-it coip-rut to ho taugtii many tilings which you know already. Cough, rough, Is tbo order of tho day. All that l needed lo cure the hti'Uy thrcut', I. .,' Itiwn nf IIimvVi'O,- nml Tir, priieiir.ibli1 n' nil I'rugghtK. Pike's Toothaelie Ilrons ups OHIO In I minute Con est your hnbtts ot crooked w.Vtttr.g bj in-tng I.voh'k I'ttep "til tliten"'.. mtm - A million b-itlle. nf CariKibii". a diiidorteiM etre,el m petroleum, will prmltiee new b lir on a in lilon b.ild head., wblt h I" fouii'lbllig that le i nllii r pivpirii'l ii n r 11.1 immviUvII d i. Y'liliii. Mien orli -In Hie. in ort eln g i d' rut ' II II. Ilrvuiil'sCliU-.iuo lluslni'.. (' illive nii.I 'li..l noillllieiilly lu nuking arr.uigiini'iiit fur I il.ing the eimrsi or fur getting a Imarding liliire. tu r on cat mm c M I nc uich uuac ra RHEUMATISM ta It l for all l!.-,ei3on 'f the KIDNEYS, LIVFR AND HOVELS. It cteii.su iU'j .yUfta n- acrid pelson Uist evisca th3 em-- ..i-rlns wlileh o.llvtto vletiTna of KUtunntUnl cal rcallzo. 1H0USAD103 OF GASES of tin wort forme of thin terrlblo duieajs Iiato bcon qulelcl; rcllovcd. In a ahort tlmo PERFECTLY CURED. iiiimim h i am mi i in i i i mii i i i i mi tin. liuil wunilrrrul micfc.., nnd an Imtncnaol lo In every part or tlio Country. In uun ilrcilaofcascBltliaiicatcdwIicroall cliio Lad filled. Itls mild. Put ofnolcnt. 'l'.lll'AI A IN I'lH ACTION", ImtluriiileuolaollcMCB. J !Tltrlf nu. ca.Slrcnirllicii. mul irli e.Nt'i. l.iro to all tlio iniiionantorannaoi tuouotiy f.m natunil action or tlio Kldnc.ru la rcalsred atT.nT.lt.Ai. Ii. .t!.niiHi.it nt nil rll.tr.iso. ftlld the I 4 Dowc!t-noro freely and hcultlifully. Iu llili waylne wornt dueogci) aro fttajcsicu iTora , the e.-.teta. Au It -a, i.-.cr -ve b- liouitnastnat lathomeitelteett.'ai ro-acrlv forclcaiislmt Hie I I f jLtom ot nu inorbhl acerouoim. U aUoualbe I I uacitmovery nyusonoiai'oa tPRIMC MED C ME. Alrrnve rurcH UIUOUatrns.1. lOIianTV tjo;., ruiim ana an t uatui uwja. Is put lip la Dry ecelnlilo I'orm. In tin can nnn r.n-'iti'ro of Vk I.n n llltikt fiiu:(ii U tnedlclnd. Almoin I.lnnlil I nriti.ter) 1'inieriilr.lltuior tlioc inenliliei .rta iii.iie.iiiiiiureHiiiyrri;. rarelt. UnriaH-ilheviiittrieteticilii(W.irjorri. GET lTOrVOPH PIlt'GCIST. IT.ir-l'.fl.OO lVI.I.I.s. r A lisu A i n., i-rnn-a. IrWIllnnllli-ilrrtii-l-inM,. Ill III IMiloV. TT, I ,mr-S2T' .A FornuilneM nt tho Oldept & Best W Jf,s -irCommerclalCollfge. Circular frje, VtvCIoOCtc AddreM u, IUvti ks Uuliunuo, 1 m.Tnliro f ?iitiitiir-ni. Ir.. Addre.a Smnd VYHI linta r,t American niehm. iti.nnri?. ra llltGt ICi-volvern. Cutiilniruu free. AdilrfH. VaUlVliTr tlreiUWe.t. (Inn Wort., PIll.liurK.J. CHICAGO SCALE COMPANY. in .sown .ifperwn Mrttr, vitunao, t., M'lmWiiRim Seiilei, mi 1-Ton "in i Tim I.lttlo Deteclve. I) Send for Price Mil r r M TO stiikbt mi:n. i.anvass A(-ol"Il I KHS nnd KAMI Mi:s'. .en rTVlL.l 1 J.Sour Rdilrraaea quick tnM.inn ?tniliirer.im;iliiiv.. X. V. Mlmi's Umm Foofi. A lutltinlcn, extract. 1 r.-aneniiy alrenKthen thi liriiln, and P'J lllvely cure. nt-riiii.i'e.a, nervou.rjo lilllty, unilnl) ptukneaof renera lteo.v.tna, 1'r'ce. Hi (I fur t All druifrl'ti. Detart At.LJtH. I'iiah Mai'-! at.' rii avenue, Now York, N. V. tend for circular. f i Old Copper, Brass, Zinc and Lead. HlshCfet (-0.1. u lee v 111 he p,itil. III'U IIIIIVIi'L' PAT GEORGE L. LEMON, Att'y-at-Law, WASHINGTON, D. C. Heml tkettli or model for Preliminary nxamlnailon and lli'lulun, fur which Nn l,'lmi'i;e la taaite. If re lmrleil pulenliilile, no i-linrKe fur aerlce llnli-.a SiictCsHliil. biudfor IMaiplili't nf Inaiiuctlona, IvSTAMI ISIJII I.N lHfin. AGtNIS WAN1EU FOK THE MIMTOKY of tho WOKLI. Kiiiliinrlni; full and nuthrnlla aienunt. nf etrry tin. Miuinf iineli nt nnd modem lime., mul lncliiillnun hi., inrynf Hie rjt.it umllull ut II reek nnd Jloiiuia Kini lrea, Hie middle up., Ilni ertunilea, the feudal Mi m. tlio i fni unit Imi, 'lieilneitery mid n-ll lean at nf the New Wnrl.l. He , ete. It rnninlnallTti line lil.iuilenl en-irialiu-i.,iiiid I. die inut eitiniileie IIMuiy of llio Wuiliieiei pnhll.ueil, Send fur ipirlaiiu I'.illia and eitiiiltciaiMtuiiKi nut. Aildre.H, Nation. a l'l ni.uiiiNii Co., Ulilenn, II), hLNlLKUKMt 1 uajiuilyrinii f rnm 1'nnorfll itfehilil v PICTORIAL I clcnsomotomu. A vacation of nmontU dljnot pjvoniA much rclkMmt on (tm contrary, n folloncd by Increar-eUiiroktrntiotiiuiilititiUnacHillk. Attluatliao I becitatheuroofyour 1 kcn Tonic, from which 1 re nlizcddtmostlmmcdiatonnU wonuorfulretulti. ThDoU enerin rctunioiIuaU I tuunJ thut mynaturul forc uir4notimrinauontlyiihatiJ 1 havailseilthreohottleaof tho 'lonlo, Klac u&lnait i nam done twice th U Ixirtbiitli'vcrdidtnthofljtmetliaedurineBiydluetjp. und with double thepntve, Vlth tbo tranquil nrrr nnd vli'orof bodttu.sconionlva cltarnoiof thouuht never imforo irjloyed. Iftbo lonlabaanot done tbv otU, I know uvt what, lKtvultthflcrpdlt. J. 1 Watsov, rastor Chrlitlan Church. Iroy, O. Him Iron Tonio in n Mnretntiuition olVo-l I itojrhte of fvin, iVrii- rtttn Jtut'k, tunt J'tcs I phatrm. tthnoeitttetl ? itrith tho VeaetiibUi 1 Aromatic Ml nerve I irveru tut r pout icttereu UARUHCniOd II IMt DR. DARTER MEDICINE CO., 19. S13 fcOITH UAIN JKUT, tl. lOllf TORMENT, INDEED. i tv I.lfo's vexations do not generally eomo nnr.nv lltonrlorm descending tho momitfllii or llko n whirlwind: they eomo nithornln tloc in sotnt roctlons nftho world gently, but cu-rjr day Oiicof Jlfos Utcomforts lsprvenUd hervwlllit , aii.'upuiok i iuiiuuir inijireMioii hot weather, ino.qiiltocit mir macl ilmn nil flourl-li nt tho .nctlmcAndnrerhnrKenhtu Lo tho tnaliflo lnllunt-o- tbolhigr'lnr. ritHuiklngo dozsiindtliollogstarrii minimis oi n ioy t lory of n dosnnd tho count nnd which wcberoglvo In a Miort f xirni t Imm the boy's letter: "(iolly. "l)ob, 3011 ought to liuf Uen fhero ln't nlpht to n-ften tho Am. Ion WlnVlnVdorg Toddles Xwfts neltln'nt tho gnto nparln' nt tho (Vnnlt when nlong f-omcHnld RvLo fliirtieil rut tnn rler nnd tho 2 waltzed omt tho femu nnd the iiiiiiiitht. I ho turner prtit ed Phi mill h tor 1 filed, nnd nfuro they cuiitd haul him on" Hie ), tlo ground ho had mado 11 good Miinrolimil i, liNlilde. Tom was In ilelr. A tlnd lookltiR genllemnn in nbrnad brim Imt told blm togitu U.tllt'i.rHT. .I.u iii..()ll,iiiid rub Mm wllh lt.nnf. It wniild euro him iu no lime. Wlin,' this 'Join tlo but steal Into thoehnpil lit Vcn-r tlmo nni slhlo lulit 1'iiIIk r Jncobt ii.tifilniHil Imx line Ugor him n liottlo of lils oil wnb whleh to rut hl.dorg. The 1'iUher felt or lutii'H hind t It was licit nu' nforo Tom tonld utirrn tirajtr, two nun wervluggln' him home fnllnwed! u (.-" "t ' rr.wil, who kept nt u safe i1IImiiii', i. iking bo bud boon bit by a mad dorg. 'I bo lnoto l.o Mi kid nndscronlneJ lo be lit fire, tho tlehn r they holt) on to him," Inriforeiicu l iiin.il..rt. rnitul, Ihc Chfciigo IIVrfr ('if. '.'! rtionily wn to! "Mr. Joel 1). lbirvov, f.f. Culleilor or lliUriml 1!cm nm-, of llil. clly, ban , pi lit (rr lv thiti-mul ilolhinon inodleliio for hi. wife, who win nifTcr lug ilmiidnillr fhm tln..ti ! l.--. i. i d wlihuiit deriving iiny bonollt vIhiiom -t iwo la ill tut of l-T, .Imoiii on. uriciti ill-ln .1 uli,.! tlm inot hkllinil midloitl moil fit 1 1, d III !' bur. VU'fotild plxoibo tin tm i r liuii.l n ihv hi, luuo I. ii run (I by thl- wonderful roincdy did i-uioo penult ik Tho Inn -I mull wlm has In en mndo biipoy thmuuli ihoti-oof llilMiiluabli- liniment l Mr. .In lit. A. Cuiilnti, llbrurliiuofl ho rnlmi ('ntbollc l.llTiiry of thl. clly. 'llio following 1 Mr. I on latl'M IllilorM llletlt : I'.uu.y cvTiuii ir TiMAnv Amoi-iation,"! '.HI Drmburii ,-lrnl, ( nu Ai.ii, Sept. K, 1srt. I J wbb ii'i ry t'-li.i- tn ilo- iu(.r':.off-'r. J.roi',s (n i ami iro Pr rhiuinall-in. Olio but tlo Inn nihil nio nf thi Irmitli .onto dl-cit-o, whtihgiKO iiiciigniit ih nl ol l. t'ier for u long time; Init.thatikHl ' -tuiri m. iK I m u nml. 'I liH Miiliini'iit Is uniit 'oil li imy ouc in ia inlir Qtl, erv n .pi t ft Ily, Iam.j..( i.si y. I.lbrnrlnn. tut (Kin. .n'V'i - ' ii nf ch in ,irwi'.ffn(tiani uti di-.v-Ii'd in. ii m liUul of ji .M-nriUTl' ih'tit uiTiirntin tn i.i of diiiyj n in nn .1 iitH of to.-, tliitfi ly, -'t fniitiin or v"'i " , throiitc dliirrhu-H fnllliivr.lHcl t (Ik nr :ih U nts tlli'n o, Ih r !m r ill- n', ir In f.u I muOtthtf Unit run x nm ilNrtMlM, 'iMfh h n tlHirnfrlj. larrwnr to a pctirt'oii 1' i i --nid l"iii'U'i olh i 'i I wdcro dl-rli itv pipirmi'i Ul. A dlrhot ornlln d'-t lurirc In no ': (o h ui4 loti I h .ii'iind if p nfnhi t i nt ill t-d to pii 'r iKf of (m tiHlnn. Itfiiinty )( line to thou? tin ds nf M.tdl' I who do n t litiuw Imt f !i Ir ilihtu nrr. I!. ii hm ni'iti' v i oil rtrd fur Miidti-rn In ri 1 ptlin vr tlirlrh If. Nftt Ilfcliavyrr i-ti'-iliM d win lout. I'ny for horn- nt In tti h.-r t-i Hwunr'tt of in nclon in t nmd' ml til upplh d f ir In thin hrlti at dutv of illM-Wil-p' Uttlitw nnd i IdldlfU of tin' rMU'ritf titi-d to iM'iilop. !. eti'li nt mother" imd fiithrr oi "'l'llt r i ntlMi t K i f tn all t icr onty ti n do'hi i-h ly tiiT '-iw ll.iv- onr raff ttmMU'lti-ii !i roiupt trtit II"iOU'i ill i 'iitint" -i (,-pi' ii l" lalilllU ( I to Alt if tin1 u nr ' t tst'i nml let nldowr- fiitltti-d tn (-fiinton". A!' vildlerr of tii .Mi'XTfin war tuuii urtt'- n at onev. Wt an1 n Uu lariridy ftiKH'd in prornrlnfr r'A ! Cltl I O .Ii'w.h-.l totfnt l.-an'hof r.nr pmctlci' Wi Mk- out I'ATKNTe In tin- I'SITIID sTArrPamWl li'H'i: hind iikii wrliin dcmTlp. tloii of Hi. .i!i-. iiul pour Mtil)i:i.. AW till? ija Vl'A'lJ and t uiniii.- lilMI.C U.U CAH. IN riMS'tirMI'VI1. . nnd coniliift 1'1,'al nrmi idnir Intht t'ourt . (iiiKMtn-TltAIH.-MAIIKS 01V itioins mi:mi:s oi ni KK i.r. iii. conns .tncs n-nih r oplnloim !n nl.ition to i tr-nt n mid prtprrt j rfchM In iH'iiitotiH on rr.iMnaMc ( rtui, Wt nl 10 ih'at lu nnd aitatid to all ktndi of nt- fo r I A RjnCi hi-foi''' ih1 (o'ihthI I.,iiid (ifpif per f-l tiiltiliii;tn land wnrnintn. nn of h If kind, pti finntlonnniltionii-Nii-iid i nut- n, mtnlnunn d prlati land i-lalmx. and du n p tn nil i.tn.l iulnc(iii , V aNol.uvnnd mill. S' W.i:!iT lliinlms h mutiriM. tl with an) of tin )i pnttni' nu w atiatti-nU to en r. a-on lid t. rm. Addti o N W. FIT Kit AMi V CO,, tvuclon, I'alt nl, and l.anil AttorncTb ho v. WnilitMjri.it., I. ('. A 1 .ANTIC AM fin.r I) T C W.lf. am) iiki i:t iioiii:i: i. imi i. SO.OOOHillinESB 1 0EiL'i AiParvithaBui:Ji3f40Acrc.fcrcachlOSh.irik from Choice LtniU of the " Dlstton purch.no." mii'M.., ' 'I'lilul iV I Iii'kIiiiiI m. I'liltiiilu. inn 'i -i . i,-ir(m,lMii,N. .liiHiin.iii. Hi DdjIlcdProipei ima.nl dctcrlatUc mans trailedFREE '.('. r-.muel. it, 'ceui, Ktniit Clt, .lln. Win. S. I'ollU, Aurnl, Nhiii (il. Iiitta. f - miATTV'S l'i;.N)"iT)ltTI'-liiiinllleenl WJ Imlliliiy preienlHi .qanre ttnuul iiliiautoriea; four f ry Imii'li-tinie riiniid emaer., 1-ie.fuoiHl can.. Ilireo iiaUiiu., Ilemiy'. itiiitelileiiNiriiri frame., mini, liimk, emer,liiiM .i -',-t-.7,-, m K'JII7.50uiinliipie ptlee. fsm in II. no; Mitlafiietlna t'luiiiialei il nr money re fu lull d, nfier line jrnr'a ii'i I'prlu'hl l'liiiinrorlei",lia to lii eitiiilnuiie prleea. .."an in f.11; atuml.iril pliiao fnrieMiif tlieaiihern'-. n, IlioiiaiiaiU le.ilfyi wrlie for laiinimolli ll.t nf leailmunlnlni lleiill)'. oiMnet Or L'uti., enitieilrtil. ehareli, clinpel, parlor. iSllOapiinrd. Vlfliora wefeiiinei freeenrrliiiri meeu p.iaaeni;erai !! la.iraledriiiiiliii.-ae iliollilayi'il!nn)lr-i. Adilreaxor mil iitum Daniel I'. lie illy. Wti.lilnL-lnn. V. .1. FRAZER AXLE OBEASE. Ilel In llir Wnrlil. Cel tlio cenlitne. Hv. -r liiieKiiue Iiiim ..up -r..iiil..-..iit t.ic .....l i. I'luyer'.. .-.oi.ii i.vi;i:v i iii:i(i:. THE OLDEST MEDICINE in tho WORLD t u 1 it t tt Dr.IsaacThomiison'sCcicljrateflEvc Water. , ..." . . i.ii.iiij ,'( ,.1,1.,! I'lljril lllll jiic aetlpl Inn nnd lata tiet n In eunaliiut a.i for m-.trlv H cunt ii ry, nml nntw t'liMiimllni; ilie many nl tier preou. nu l.m Oi it have In en Inliodui'ed Into the market, theanleuf ll.ltnrtlelt' laeunttantlyliiiTiaMni;. If llio illreeiliiiia lire fulloneil It will nrier fall. IVe par lleuliirly Imllethe nitentlon of pliyalchiaa tolumer. it.. .KiilNl,. rilo.ill .siiN, hii.NS .v Co., Trnv, N. V, FUKKFI. l'Ultr. & KIOI.IAItl.K Kv,Wly SEEDS! "'JMir xo oi.n hTon; is sTditr.. lliiineBriiwiiaiiilU'liuleelniiKirted. (etill riirfatalnmic, A. ll. lUIISft.. W H Weal I Jlke St.. I'lllr mil. III. if RICH BLOOD PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS iftciT Itlooil, Hurt will completely clianpo tlio lUrOllinh3un tire pyaicm In thrt'o nu nt lis. Any person who will take 1 pllfcmh iitpht from 1 tolfi wcfkRinny hun-itorcd totuiiii'i Ik'hIUi, If aiirhn tlilnjj lio pom1IIo. SuMev ('rywhtTi't or ecnt by umll forHlt'ttiTitumri'. I. P. JoH n fcositl'rt. Hoston. Ntmtw, formi'ily ttntufor. M(. V. N. U. .Molnen. vul.x. ,n, 1 ' j7i;.v n junya to Aori:nristlnst ptvnhf Attn you saw the AtU'vrtisimvttt lt thin tmjier. KH(torirtttwtt irroriM tiit-iittt tl fMi itinrf-l fat nvcif'vttHttm. fot amen, yt$tt of Vittxl'i tton, mitt Vjniiifr.a .tciirefromt'evevatAe ti Biu.h nn niiont thil, n Inhnp tt-iiaoirpodlncW bar sA irrmtarontriatiVlt.teiiarari H of fiiltillii'M.wrak V Minn nf lit. enrdlijllientialiiof n teninillimnir-riiiid. jour iliillra nrol'l W nlKM " l" "V itlintllniit'iill'l ilia W tle lilillliliertfyliJ Hop Bittors. oa.tr, n. Hop D. I If ton nro jmine Ali.l ptllTrllnif finin nttj lll M illncrillon it (Ji"fll"Btloti ir ymi nro mar- H ilrd i.r rlt'trle. old itrHiitiiiKt.tiiirinnfroiii II tioorlivattlinr lamtul.li Inir '" a In J ut dcU- nix, nl i' H o )H DlttelB. I Wlioetrr jnllnle, tflfl, 1 1, ill" in l"lle I nli..i r.ir vim fu imn laitil'y'" ' '' """" I "t !..!? "yn'On 113 ',7"" "',l,,1,.",S',y, I M.e.. il.tniiilinr.ton virn'!",r" '"' ,".'llf I I in- r.r Mliniili.tlnir, Iff.') " " ''1 u itliif..x(ciiii;, IE? I l.j nl;'" . ""'of n iLi- Hop j$fmi HopBlttoro H ffl ,."?T 5 .!..' a&fetrxnOTti D. I. C. K Bl ..rut. telf' fp I. atl M,,i.'ilto 1 H .,fll,e.r.....i''. Ill IP jlil.rliir f.tr m ,H,r,.i.i'.f.. ; "vii. a ii.iiK.iiit . n m v .a i ii ii. niTTrnn ! i or 11 MB pm. , if l J M I Lilt 'S i. a. .-ulna, M W Hop BitterB tt i ffi ,f. ..n I UUfi-IIU 1rt.n..1msrr pj it "'it may ' r- I I line l.lllEia If H r,v;. FAIL I.V;""'- f tt nnvcil luin-L S i'i ' o'" PENSIONS FLORIDA N