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LLEll JIM'S DAUGHTER.
"Ye. that's tho old will over thcrcl Kliul of )urty nnil romnntlo looking, nlnt. UP Hut Issuurua awful loncsomo to us lolks ns know It of Ufo nnd Just piling In tlio prist all day long. Unit linni wiitpr.uliL'L'l didn't stoi) for re pair In tlicm dnvs; It Jnst buzzed nlonc nil tbo tlnic,nnd tlio teams stood around, nml vnu'd seo tlm bovs coinln' up tbo bill rldlu' an old mare, with a groat sack of grain thrown ovor lior Instoaa of a sacldlc trlt-trot, trlt-trot, and a half grown, btuvfootod boy on bor nook folks alius s'snt a boy to mill In tlioao days. If tbey bad ono. And you sco tbattbero old huao? Thoro's wboro Miller Jim nnd bis darter lived. Wo boys used to cast sbceps' eyes ovor at como and look out kind of unconscious llko and purtund not to sco us.but shade bor eyes with bor hand look way down tho valley, It was lust ns If au angel from heaven bad lit down there. Furty ? Why, there wan't a chap In Sugar vnl loy that didn't think sho was. the hand somest gal In tho world, nnd when sho smiled on any of us with that kind of sort of sweot lnsluuatln' way sho had, wo d Just have walked on hot plow sheers for hut1 nnd drawed lots for tho privilege "Whataroyo (igurlnM a sketcbln, 1hn mill? Woll. vo don't seo any ruin, II1TIL llOfir. 1 UU, Him , nt n nnu . hut. tlmt of tlio senseless wood and einnn Tlm mitt win nintlo i v ono of vnn nfilnier clintii. tltirti his plct'r! If hold his bead In tho mill vnnn fiirlmU an hour. I'd havo died hnipy-- and that's what makes mu cry r.ow like a poor, weak orlttor. I inter ducod him to bor; bo wns a niovcii vm,t,,i Intro irnttin' sketches, as ho call- Mil. (if tlm vullov. and I mav as well own tin bo was a nleo smart-looking, well-spoken chap, and paid his way llberallv. Tltoy said ho was only work rnr"iiiniiiininnt. and so It turned ult. nml ono duv t told him by hadn't over seen tho prettiestpioterintho place, mid 1 said It was Miller Jim's daughter, nnd ho'd ought to seo her. Tlio next Sunday I was at tho church and o was tho painter chap, and wo happened to nil tnrrntlinr. and when tho choir saiiir tiinrnu-iisfino voiou that kind of carried tho tuno alono. I knew it woll, and it .iln mn trnmblo all over with happl t,ns. mid tlio stranger listened, and savs be, In u whisper, "What a heav enly voice?" "Vos," so. I, "ami its heri tlio ono In tho straw bonnet and whlto veil, tins n-lrl that's sinirln'air tliat'sMillor Jim's Inrfm-" "After cburoli nothing would do but T must. Illtl'I'lltl '0 llilll Which 1 did God forglvo mo. and ho walked bv her and carried her book Just as if ho alius had known her, but then her father was with them, only ho wasn't of any account, kind of shlttlcss, be lloved everybody honest, till ho found thorn out, and then ho would kinder npolclzo for them, nnd he'd lend mon ey nslong as bo had a penny in his pooket.lf anvonomado up ngooil story, andnovurlockcdoradoor.tookovertoll, or made a sharp bargain; kind of wit less nnd foolish, with a soft hoatt that alius kept him poor, though I don't know as ho over wanted anything much." "Woll, beauty Is a misfortune, If tho graco of God doosn't go with it. No body susplclonod anything wrong, when all to onco it canio over us llko a thun der blast. The miller's girl was gono; gono with tbo painter chap, but wo never know how or where 1'licro was more than one of us that was goln' to ask Miller Jim about it, but whon wo como to look In bis face wo just didn't say anything. Tho miller was a oiiaug ed maii; ho'd allcrs had a smilo and a pleasant word for us boys ho wasn't ovor what you call jolly, but ho had his littlo quiut jokes thoy were tbo same old ones ovor and over, but wo o'pi;oted 'cm. Now bo bad a look in his face as if something insiilu was dead: and his lips that used to ho kind of smllling and foolish, thoy wm) shut liko ,i vise, and bo nover mentioned her namo to living mortal. "And he got suit of abseut-inindiMl fopr.it to take toll from a widow's grist- tui'd ' H'.oii littlo children and Cu ilium or oat tlmiii on their hauls, ..ml tlii.ro was alius n tear just fal lug from his tos-ou'd, l'spnso, 'cause ho dl ln't tali" nj earo of hiuiFolf; and thou iio look a good bit of notlcu of a littlo oliild a motty little mltof a girl that, lived ni'iir, unit ono day no m her loaning out of an upstairs window ami ho mn' over and told hor moth i sho would fall mobboe, and got hurt; tho womau had an ugly temper and sho says to him, savs she: I kin take caro of my own ohildron, that's moro than vou could do with yours!"and Jio looked . . .! ...Ml 1 ...l.t, f - at lior SOl t til hiiii mm wimu ui it nicut and turned away; tho next day tho mill warn't goln' nor tho no.xt, and on tho third wo looked, nnd found 1dm In tho race bui whether ho sllppod In or drowned himself of purpose, of course nobody can toll for sure I'vo often looked Into tho faces of hands orao wlmmon I'vo seen sinco then, and tried to find ono that favored that gal of . Miller Jim's but for downright sweot ' noss and ralo beauty I'vo nover seen hor oqiml. and how sho could leavo us all, as would havo died for her, Is moro than I can conceive That's a ralo "ood picter vott'vo got of tho mill, but you can't foo tho hull of it thoro's two people there, whon I look nt it, and ono of tlicm Is I wish I had tho trick of painting from mo uory sho why, thoro's something in my oyes it's tho dampness I guess this mill air alius does atleov mo just so. " Ileaale'H Jeir I.ove. Sliluoy Dayro In N. Y. Observer. "Como, Uesslo, that's all, said Lau ra to her littlo sister, who was peoplng anxiously under tho pansy lenvos, now behind riiso bushes, Sometimes almost lost, mlto that sho was; in hor oagor nirnh for moro flowers. "I wish wo bad a bushcl-baskot full i ovory day, don't you, sisterP" "Tj'os, I gues'O thoy would all bo wanted, pet V"i f?l "We'll plant a great many moro goods noxt year wont wo?" "Yes." Tho littlo chattorbox kept pli.untll they reached tbo school build in"', which, during tho vacation, was used for tho ovory-day making of bou quota whloh went to swell tho quantity of country beauty and sweotness sent by hoarts filled by tbo spirit of Divlno compassion, to tho groat city's slok poor. , , , , Uesslo worked away as Industriously as nny ono, wishing sho oould go her self and sco whoro hor flowers earrlod happiness, nnd Wreathing ovor ovory bouquet a hopo from tho very depths Vot hor tendor littlo heart that a bless ing might go with it. "Look iioro, slstor Laura," sho whispered half shyly, ono day, bofpro colng. "Would It do any harm if I IhouTd put tboso In ray bouquotsP" "What, UossloP" Sho looked at eomo narrow slips of paper on which the littlo elrl bad laboriously printed, in scraggy, unovon, butdlstlnnt letters: "With BcmIo's dear Ioyc. "Thoy won't show, you know," sho went on: "only I thought perhaps some littlo girl might bo looking so bard nt her bowers, if sho was very fond of them, that sho might sod that somo body loved her nnd It might make hor "Put them In, Uesslo, I'm suro thoy will." Ana tbo lovo messages were carefully tied in, A cliccrv-lacou woman carried a nas- kot Into a children's hospital. Tho scorching rays of tho July sun were shutout, and coolness ami freshness secured as far as nosslblc. But vet.- tho breath of tho city air scorned stifling to the littlo ones, who turned eagerly to tccclvo each gift from tho ready hand. At every pillow wns left bright ness enough to bring smiles upon tho wan faces, and plenty remained to go into another room whoro wcro a low of tho moro scrloi.slv 111. "ltow nro vou to-iinyr bskcu tno benror, softly laving her bnnd on tho cheek of a thin-faced girl, whoso eyes met hers lull of a restless longing. Tho only answer wns a weary snaKo of tho head. Tho visitor sat down be side her. "And there is no light within, p-or chilil? Tlio (IcarRiastor liavuioti no nliieu in vour poor heart for Hint vet? tin loves you; Ho died to save you; Ho is watching over yon; Ho will keen close to yoursldo and help you through nil you may havo to sutler. Cannot you lovo lilinP.j "I ain't never scon Him. vou know. said tho girl pitifully. "How can 1? I lovo you. 'cos I'vo seen you anil you nro good to me" "lint ho sent mo to you, and put tbo lovo Into tho hearts which wcro moved to send you these, Cannot you lovo Him because He loved vou Ural? "I'd llko to-l'll try. lint if l could only sco him." Moro words of comfort nnd enrour agemcut were spoken, nnd then tho poor girl was loft with tlio llowei In nor on no. Tlio cool faces of tho pansles seemed almost to smile into her eyes in sympa thy. As she pressed her unshed taeo against tho heliotropes nnd sweet peas lo teel their iresnnins ami nreatiio their sweetness, .something less soft than thev touched her cheuk. Look ing curiously, sho drew out a scrap of crumpled paper, partly wet witli tho sprinkling tho flowers had received If writing hail been on tho paper, sho could not have read il, but, smooth ing it carefully out, tho spelled out words: "With IlesJlo's dear love." "Who could 'a' put it there?" Tim hours dragged heavily, and even (o small a ripple of excitement was welcome Sho gazed at it with feel loirs which grew moro and more seri ous. Who was Uesslo? Whom did sho lovo and why? Could it be herself? Uesslo must bo a child, she know; ns grown pcoplo did not print letters that way. Anil, as sho pictured to herself tho littlo lingers which must havo tied in tho message at tho dictates of such a far-reaching love, tho tears came in to her eves. This child's lovin thoughts had followed wherovor her flowers might go. How tho sick girl wished tho littlo thing might como to her, so that sho could toll her how sho loved hor. And then Into her softoucd heart canio crowding thoughts of him who had given her not only a bunch of flowers, but. everything himself the bono of heaven. How could she refuse to sav sho loved him? When hor kind friend canio to her again thoro was a now expression of nonce on the wastwd luoo. "I can lovo llim without seeing Him. sho said quietly; "Uuthe come so near mo sometimes that I think I can almost seo him." Littlo Uesslo continues to wrlto hor loving messages to unknown sufferers. taking to herself great comfort in the full contldenco that, thoy must some times reach somo ono who will bo glad to know sho loves them, And hor fiilci will not bo shaken oven though mIhi iiiiv nm'iM hear inrnln nf imv of her sweet words until sho and those to whoso sorrowing heart thoy havo reached f-hall meet -uforo llio Throne of Him whom not having seen, yet we love A 'itllo girl in Sunday scho',1, who had been pulling her doll to pieces tltir- nrr tho week, wis asked by tlio teacher "What wns Adam niado of? ' "Dust," replied tho littlo girl. And what was Kvo made of?" "Sawdust" was the answor. ' ('iimlltlmm of Lonirey Ity. Nature will nllow u man to llvo long and bo liappv on condition thai lier laws of life and t . 'l'.t. ..I 1 lw. l.lnn.1 ........ l..n.. IH'llllll uru uurjiu. IVUI'JI wiu uiuwi iku-, niiy tlm liowiils rcL'ular. keen the kidneys stronir. keep tlio mind clear. Thceo are her four chief cnniinanils. Dr. (luysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsnparllla Is a Kreat help In maintaining these comlltlims. H your druKjIst does not keep It asK mm xo cct u lor yuu. All Expensive Flirtation. Tnivplers' Mnirazlnu. Thoro were plenty of seats in tho car, but as bo walked down tho nlslo ho looked sharply to tho right and lctt un til ho reached a prettv girl who was sitting alone 'Seat engaged, Miss?" ho asked with a knowing wink. "N-no, sir," stammered tho girl look ng around in dismay. Down ho plumped and braced himself for tho oampaign.5 Ho was a regular passenger, and held his commutation ticket in bis hand. "Shall I open" "Tickets!'' roared tho conductor, who hnd watohed hlui from afar. Tho regular passongor smiled sweet ly at tbo pretty girl, ami put up his pastpoaru, out of which two sides woro promptly nipped. "Tiokotsl" Hold on!" protested the regular passenger, "you havo punohod this twice This lady Isn't with me" "Sorry," replied tho conductor, "but you walked in, sat down, and wont to work in tho rogulnr married stylo Supposed of oourso It was your wife Tako a vacant seat noxt time Tick ets!" And tbo passongora wont to the con ibyitflr nnd asked him to drink, and of iu"rl.hlm olgars ami bought out the train boy fr-r him. "1 know tltoy weren't married," said ho, as bo squinted at a glass of extra prlmo, "I'vo scon him boforo, but this is the llrsi tlmo it cost him u couplo of dollars to play It." "Deyou know who tho lndy IsP" asked an inqulsltlvo man. "My wife, gontlomon," roplled tho conductor, anil oven tho flask ehuoklcd a morry 'glug glug" asjho spoke H. M. Uunton, of Columbua, Indiana, writes) "For kidney complaint, Indigestion uud weak lungs 1 can coneclentioualy recommend Dr. (luyaott's Yellow Dock and Banaparilla. I nave, used It myself and recommended It to my friends, with most satisfactory results. Louisiana Mom as an Attleto of Ccm Tierce. New Orlrnna I'lcnyunc. Twenty years ngo, as a commercial staple, moss had no status, and was net quoted on the New Orleans market so very Inslgnlllcnnt wcro tlio receipts nnd so littlo did It enter into constitu tion at that tlmo In tho various indus tries which now nbsorb nil that Is gath ered. As a matter of fact tho gather ing of this Louisiana parasitical growth prior to tho war of tlio States and tbo abolition of slavery, was, with per haps a very few exceptions, confined to tho slaves, who, for their own account after completion of their daily tasks, especially during tho wood chopping season on tho old sugar plantations, would dally gather small quantities, nnd after accumulating and curing a sttfllclent stock would dlsposo of it to tho trading boats coasting tho rivers and bayous of tho state There are at present In New Orleans three moss cleaning establishments, each hand ling ami manipulating iintiy ou to w bales of tho article, and a totnl during tbo year of .'10,000 to 40,000 bnlcs. They employ together about 100 laborers, pa ing weekly wages ranging irom y.j to $10. There Is no reason whatever why tho receipt I nt. Now Orleans should not bo 100,000 bales. With that increase thero would bo no glut, as tho demand will keep step with tho Increase nnd development of tho In dustrles which utilize and absorb It Tlio swamps nnd forests of Louisiana can furnish nny supply for generations to come Ono Parish ulono, that of Lafourche Is capablo of an mutual vln'd of .'Jo.000 bales If the proper ener gy and labor bo applied. It Is estima ted thiit tin tictlvo and able-bodied man, In a ehoon locality, can gather dally ot green moss what win make wnen cured and dried 100 pounds, worth at current prices from !! to 1. CAUSH AM) cum: Of Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Etc l'mni l)r. N.. II. U'olfp'n Mrtllcnl Omnium sriisn -Honk. I.KTfKU IX. TUKATMKXT or ItMONCIIITIP. The application of nitrate of silver to tho fauces, as a remedy In treating bronchitis, has doubtless had its origin In tho Idea that It was a disease of tb" throat. As Its iianto implies, bronchi tis is a disease of tbo bronchial tubes; and every body should know tho bron chial tubes arc not In tho throat, but In he lungs. Hence, when they become diseased, the lungs uiustbo moro or less affected. Tho pathologir.il eotiditioti of the bronchial tubes, when inflamed, is found to be a swelling of the mem ratio lining them, till a part or whole tf the smaller air tubes become partially or completely closed, riilsltileneres with tho transmission ot air to tho parenchy ma of tho lungs, r.nd us a consequence diseaso sets in. Tho veriest tyro in phy siology understands that if sufficient fresh air is not taken into tlio lungs to oxygenate tho blood, tlmt it will con tain an excess of carbon, than which notliing can bo more unfavorable to health. Upon tills principle Dr. Cu -Ion founds his carbon theory of the formation of tubercles In tho lungs. This condition of tlio blood frequently exists without giving any oilier than tho usual bronchitio symptoms of tho fc.'rful change taking place in lho sys tem, till tho symptoms of consumption a:o mndo painfully manifest. I havo said that the treatment, of bronchitis hitherto has been profitless of good, and often fraught with mis chief. Tlio illfUeulty has been to get remedies to act on tho parts allected. How can this be dono? Orta n'v nut by swallowing them into tho stomach, for these never reach tho lungs, and aro moro produetlvo of evil than good. It enn only bo dono by drawing tlio medicine with tlio air wo breathe, into the lungs. Inhalation simply means lho act of inspiring or drawing a breath, but when applied to a. mode of administer ing medicine i it means to breathe them. Thus I sav. "I uihttbiit victliciiu;" in Ftend of ' (fi.'.Vfi medicine," the only difference being that ono Is Inhaled in to tho lttngJ. and tho other Is fallow ed into tlioMlnmaoh. vVith this expla nation, It Is made plain that icniedlcs must vary when administered by in halations as much as when they aro swallowed. To illustrate this. It is woll known that. In spasmodic asthma, Inhaling tho smoko of "jimson weed" will relax tho spasm and relievo tho pa tient; but jlmton weed is no remedy for humoral asthma. Now, whathns been said of asthma Is equally true of bron chitis and consumption, and I only ninko this explanation bccniiBo many who wrlto about treatment entertain tlio erroneous Idea that inhalation, lu-s-cad of being a ?io7u of practice is some siicc1 tie nostrum for tbo euro of consumption. To mnko it such would bo to degrndo It to tbo level of quack ery, or stamp It with the character of tho rnntlnist. A Vice-president of tho United Jtntcs, Wm. It. King, undoubtedly had his death expedited by bis physicians ad vlslnjl'hlni to Inhale the vapor of a su gar factory. When this advico was given, Mr." King had cxtonslvo cavities In bis lungs, which wero supplying -i .yvoplous expectoration. By inhaling Sugar vapors.thls secretion was increas ed, and after spending a Winter In a sugar-honeo on tlio Islo of Cuba, ho re turned to Alabama, iiaroly in time to dio Now sugar vapors aro highly itso fn.tin arresting tuborcular formations, biirUn abscesses or cavities, they' assist thoiseaso to break down tho tissue Hao lho adviser of Mr. King known howL yi treat tbo various forms of con sif?nlon,cthoy would havo had him go ito tjy pineries of Carolina or tho bal sanrVgrovcs of Canada as recruiting grounds, if he could not have had balsam vapo:H to inhale at home. r treating bronchitis, tho first ob jo'iUstn oleanso tho tubos by tlio uso of I'tpectorant inhalants; after whloh thoi rrltntlon must bo allayed by sooth Imr'aml healing t' o Inllamod surface. When I como to speak of tho treatment oPconsumptlon, I will wrlto moro in detail upon this subject, I will now prooccd to consldor othor maladies of respiratory structure 'ri JGST-Dr. Wolfe, tho author of this valuable work on tho C.tuse and Curo of Consumption, ote, Is nn old highly roipeotel physician "f Cincinnati, where ha has been located for twonty llvo years. His practice Is confined ox-olus-fvoly to tho treatment ol Consump tion, Asthma, Uroncnltls, Nasal Ca tarrh, nnd kindred maladies of tho noso, throat, nnd lungs. Ho has pa tlonts In all parts of tho Unltod Stntos, who consult with him by Jotter, and resolvo his medicines by express. Tho Dootor will sond a copy of his Common Sonso Uook on tho Cause and Cure of Consumption, oto., by mall, Fi.ee, to any porson who will send his name and post-olllco address, and nlno cents In stamps to pay postage. Tho Doc tor's address is, 140 Sviith Btrttt Cin cinnati, 0. Littlo Helen wns listening to her Aunt Annn, who was studying tho Sunday school lesson. "Head to mc." sho said. So Anna read, "And thoy brought unto Him all that wcro ties eased and all tlmt woro vexed with un clean spirits." "Why didn't they go and got vaccinated," said Helen. Johnny was tolling his mamma how ho was going to dress and show off when ho was a man. His mamma ask ed: "Johnnie, what do you expect to do for a living when you get to bo a man?" "Well, I'll get married nnd lodge with my wlfo's papa." Functional derangement of tho fc malo system is quickly cured by tho uso of Dr. It. V. l'icrco's "Favorite Pro scription." It removes pain nnd re stores boaltb and strength. Uy all druggists. It was tho funeral of the head of tho family, so tho story goes. A neighbor In thu church yard, while thu service was going on Inside, was speaking of tho (h'censed, and took tho opportunity lo observe In a tono of subdued sym pathy: ''And ho had jut got bis coal and potatoes for the winter. It is a sad case" Oil Mv llKAHl Pick liemTitilif, norvmis lirmlnrlic, neuralgia. tuTwnmicM, p!iral)l, ityspi'pslii, sliTplci'Hiess, mid liraln illfniK'S. poMtlvcIy curtd by Dr. irti'nti's (.'defy nnd Cliatmmillo l'lil Ti ey icmtiiln no opium, iiultilnc, or other harmful tlrut;. t',.1,1 hv ilrutrclts. I'rlec, i cents per imr, two trnxcn for Sl.OO, six Ikixcs for fiW), liy mall ly Dr. C. W. Hctmon. llnlllniorc. Mil. The wife of a Parisian returning liotue, rang at her own door. Nobodv coming, she rang again. Still nobody appeared. Finally, at a louder anil ionger ring, tho man servant concluded to show himself, "l'ray, aro you deaf?,' said the lady. "I beg paritou. maiiamc, sain he, tranquilly, "hut 1 heard only the third ring."' Tnrrllilo Lot of Life, Mllllor.nof Ml', tnlri". Illc, ran, in n iimr. roml1?, lux-tliolr llv tijr cotillion with "lloi.Kti oi tunr.' irilwxc. When down IIiokhii hi splendor sinks, 'I In- llrt llles do glow; The cvciiIiil' tar llh wonder Mink, t music front below. The null' world' aaundi, heard In the dav AreKrmvlnir faint anil dim: Hut. hark I what U that rouiidelnyl 'TIs the niojqulto's liyinn. Do not sutler from Sick Headache a moment longer. It Is' not neccss-irv. Carter's Littlo Llverl'llls will curo you. Dose one littlo pill. All druggists sell them. 'I hero Is a church in Michigan which has been struck by lightning a tlozeti t'tucs and now whenever tho preacher shows -i'.'iis of getting long winded and p!i tiL- from hit "seventhly" to his "fig' t l!y" the organist sllv imitates the siiinul i.f approaching thunder on the pedals. The way that preacher drives into the "eoiiefusion" and rush os through it and starts t.io doxologv I is a caution, 'flic congregation would not part with tlm1 oigauist for .1 million dollars. Heps un Mult imti'M Is tile lu st tonle for the restoration to health and rtreinrtli of those ui'itkrneil and enervated by over-work, sick ness, general debility or other viwv. It con tains, no mineral suh-tnncc to remain In the system and do perniiineii harm. An Italian t''ok an Kngl sh friend to a masked ball in Naples. In a short time the hitter missed u valuable snuff box, and htrongly suspected that it had been al stritotetf In a mas who hid been pressing close to him the greater pint of tlio evening. Coiilliliug Iih suspicions to his frlen I. t'l latter un dertook to gain his property for him, and actually reeoveti-! tl.e 'box before the el is of tho enn "la, n 'ion'. T)i'' on tax tlio fellow with tlio theft, and so recovered the box? aked tho Ktig Mshniau, in surprise "No," answered lho other. "I know tho man bad your box, fur I saw him tako it; but I did not waul to m.iko a disturb. nice, so I walled my opportunity, ami just picked his pock t of it " Mllllltl rillllflirt. When you are continually couuhlin; nlj;iif unit ilav, iinnoylnir evcryholy a rout d ou, and ltoi.Iii ir w 111 go away of it'imvu aeconl. von run .-ulangerou risk better uo I)r, Th-ai-,k' Krixcriuc On., nu unfallhiL' lemcily In all mu h cac. A party of New York snobs passed through ti few days ago on tho Texas and I'acitio overland trn'n for Califor nia on a sort of a jaunt, you know. On.' snob in tight pan s and' with hair purled in thu tnldnlc said to another snob in tight pants with his brain bal anced similarly: "Aw I seo by the pa per that the eauo crop of aw Louisiana will bo large." "Pshaw!" said tho second snob; "I novaw ndmlaweil large canes, they aro so vulgaw. Small ones tho sizo of one's lingaw, aw tho awsthotic," "V-a-a-s,,' responded snob tho iirst. "it is prawuahly a mistake These Sawlhern papers aw sounrollaw- ble" And they called tho porter to mnuiro If tbo sunflower nnd lily wero over found iirthesq wild countries. Women that havo been bedridden for years havo been completely cured by the uso of I.y dla K. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound. At Xlton, III., a pronoher asked all Sunday school children to stand up who lntcuded to visit, tlio wicked soul- destroying circus. All but a lame girl stood iip. "Sklll and patience, succeed whero force lima." t no nuiei si.iu nnu paueni resenren which brought forth Kldnoy-Wort Illustrates the truth ot tho fable. Its grand success every where Is admitted. Disease never comes tons without ft cause. Ask any good physician tho reason and ho will tell you something Inter feres with the working of the great orirans. Kidney-Wort enables them to nvercomo all ob structions and preserves perfect health, Try a tox or hotllo at once. Daisy, hearing tho sttnsot gun for tho first time, asked her sUtor Uesslo what it was. Uesslo says, "don't you know, It Is tho sun going dawn with a bang." I.U'o'a a Conmitlrum. When Judiciously used, UuitnocK Iir.oon BtTTPiis nro la themselves n remedy for all tho evils arising from Impurities of tho blood, which novor fall to muko tho patient loug lived and happy. l'rlcoSl.OO. Frank, who had boon sent out for eggs, says: "Ma, tho hens aro laying eggs by the bushol, and tho old roos ter stands around and encouragos them." tgsTuded articles of nil kinds restored to their original beauty by Diamond Dvcs. Per fect and simple. Ill cents, nt nil druggists. "Grandpa, tho sun is brighter In summer than in winter, is it notP" "Yes; and it is warmer nnd enjoys bet tor health." "Why docs It enjoy hot ter health?" "Uocauso it gots up ear lier." Is l'ltyslcul i'erltuiloii Worm BirlvlrtgrorT Do you wish to bo perfect la mind and body 1 Do you wish to bo healthy and strong In all your parts! t Uso Allen't liraln Food. It win surely Infuse, new life and new vigor Into tho whole system, It gives perfection to every part. Increases the Muscles and strengthens tho Drain. Try ucw brauu aprmg 'lutmcxu, .Keep Hid Unities lunureil By always having on hand lirovntH lllackUnv aud Otnytr a pleasant and safe remedy for dlarrhaiu, dysentery and cholera morbus. All drufi'ltts lac It. . All casos of weak or lamo back.bnck- acho, rheumatism, &c, will And relief by wenrlng ono of Carter's Smart Weed nnd Uellndonna Uackacho Plasters, Prlco 2fl cents. An Iowa man was lined $10 for squeezing a woman's thumb. "At mat ralo," observes lho Wilmington News, "nobodv but a millionaire could nfl'ord to ptit an arm around her waist." Dr. Plerco's "Pleasant Purgntlvo Pollets" aro sugar-coated and incloetl in glass bottles, their virtues being thereby preserved unlmpnred for any length of time, In nny climate so tlmt they aro always fresh and reliable No cheap wooden or pasteboard Iioncs. uy druggists. There Is, after all, something In a name "Hangtown," Washington Ter ritory. Is shunned by Immigrants, de serted by settlers anil generally de spised all because six Indian horse thieves were onco hanged on tho spot. A l'.rAI. mistaki: would bo not to tako Dr. K.V. Pierce's "(Jolilen Medical Dlseoverv" If von nr.! " . ... . : : ------ -- --- Dillons, sintering irom impure oinnu.or fenring consnmption (scrofulou: tlls easij of tliti lungs). ?old by till drug gists. His Iirst attempt: "i'es," said Fen tlerson, with cnergv, "that man has been lho making of me.' "Has he? replied rogg. "ion are tempt, I suppose." 1.1s Iirst at- Farmer?, tac vonr Hogs r cm Cholera Hv trentlng them with the Infallible remcdv. "NE 1'I.t'S IM.TIIA," Invented and Jirepare'd bv K. DOHN, Stcretnrv and Matucer of the Westrru Horse and ('attic Insurance Co.. ('nttlf tiimiranee Co., Om.iha, Neb. Sworn testimonials concerning the i urntlve pmurof this medicine nmln pos session of the Inventor, (lood Agents Wanted. Mamma "Mv dear, vou will asur etlly catch cold if you sit in the draught between lhoe two whitlows." "Why, mn, tlio weather is so frightfully hot that even the bale idea of taking cold Is delicious." '.vrA!i!M ok n' iu..ns'i: Stlrttrir iMltnll.n, Iprsmmstlen. n't kli'sr rar.il I'rlnnry Cimrlfltnti, ntri'd l.y "leirtiiiif.ilt.i'" liriiBili. Srnlhtninp fur pamphlet, to K.S' fi'clV, JernyUlty .t. Tlio girl who sings to an admiring company in tho parlor, "You must wake and call tno early, mother dear," Is the same creature who expects her mother to get tip. mnko tbo fire, g.'t Ihe milk, ami bring her breakfast up lo herreom. Hops and Mult Hlttp" U the hist combina tion of remedies for lie- cure of tlif pepsla. I" illgistliiii. Constipation and other trcuh'ef nr'slns from n disordered s'oniaeh or hni tl e liver. It it purely vegetable and pimlnlns nothing that tan do Inliiry. Conveyed the itlct: Two 1'riecils were talking about thealrs. "How wide is tlie stage opening t.t Millie Hal!?' nsked one "Well, 1 don't know exactly," said tlio other, "but ll is just the width of a (lalnsboroiigh bat on the seat in front." Do ti.it full to use Heel Stlffeners, bvon's I'atcnt Metallic 1 1 c xrs 1:1 1 1 i . i woun.s. James Pearson. !M Sixth Street, IlulTalo, s.ivs: 1 have used your SprlnirUli'-soni for my self and faudlv and tiiluk it Invaluable as :i household reliU" y, fur rfglllatlng the bonels, liver and kldm,s. I shall never be ulthnut It. Price. W) cents, unit trial bntth-.i 1(1 eentt. 0 ifLEArfD 'i Iritti'Trlbtt? scuurne ffi cr uiul iiiiue. Hint tu C'lnue lie, I'lll-m u'liil'ii ni. l.i'-lili'NiilH'iilon-. r die ittuui' neli. tlM'! mt.l Iiumi'I-. piMtlniMil l. iiilii.uiiillr 1.11'tihU utit.r. mi. luith .r.L(lli'.lll it mid (tli'Vi'tll. il hv lilt' it. I' uf llii'ii'iicr' Miiiniiili liliur,u purily Mvctablc , i II or. llMlol'heii uy pio HiriiiiiK. mm iuoic i'ii-ii-o riy u.i'il dm u rriucily li.r the ulmte i'Iiimh uf dlMmlcr, iim iv ell u for niuiiy olhfiv.tlian nny iurllrliHM,rilituui'. l-'nr n.ilt.'l.y nil PruyitlKiM unit pfiilf rw wuiTnlly. Cures Itlionmatlsm, Lim- baso,LamoBack, Sprains and Bruises, Asthma, Catanh, ' Coughs, Colds, Soro Throat,t Diphtheria, Bums, Frosty Bites, Tooth, Ear, and Head acho, and all pains and aches. Tho lot Internal and external remedy In lt worM. Eveiy toltlacuarantee.1. SoW by ineilklne dealer cerywhere. Directlonilneirit lanesasea. Price ;o cents and uc FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop'ri. llUrpALO, N. V., U 5, A. THE MEW REMEDY. HOPS HALT MTT.EKS. (Not Fermented.) THE GREAT 1 ' ver&Kidney Remedy AND ULUOU I'UKll-lKK. T...J new Remerlv la eomnounftuit I from the beat known curatives, audi as I luaerca uain), uucnu. uanaenon ana fclf sjaraaparilla, combined with un agru:- PIA) Theaa Remedlea net unon the Liver. 11 ncy act upon me nianeya. They Kegulato the bowels. They Quiet the) Nervous Syitem. Thev Promote Digestion. .. ..... I They Nourish, Btrencthen, Invigorate). 1 ney give 1 one, iicaitn ana unergy, HOPS AND MALT BITTERS are the ORIQINAL and ONLY BIT. TERS contalnlncr Malt Hatraet. Aak vour Drneetat for them, and ba aura I mar, ino uoei naa on it ine tour woras HOP8 AND MALT BITTERS lolarRored letter. (STTake no other.Et At Wholesale and Retail by all dealer. HOCUKSir.il MKDICCiK CO., llothe$tnr, JV. T. IWJflS ifj"' 'rV 5 :;to:.xach $9 Every one delighted. Everv purchaser rec ommends Herman Corn ltctnovcr. NKAVSlrA'l'T:Tl A 11 VI'.llTlSINO. Few pcrsoi a so fully appreciate the value of newspaper advertising ns thoe suffering from lllllousnesi or l.lvcr Complaint, when they rend the advertisement of Bprlntr lllossom nnd I ry It. Price, 60 cent, trill bottles 10 cents. Hr.litilNo's ltusdA Salve I the mot wonder ful healing medium In the world. Try it. Those Accretions u;.on fUeSralp which aro termed dandruff nre n moved hv (lt.r.SN's 8t'l,ntClt Fow, tthlch hv nulling the pours promotes the nnturnl inoMure of the hair. Htl.t.'s llim ami Wuistir.t: live, lllack or Ilrnfii, ROc. Tun l'notor Axle Urease Inst, foiirtlme.s ns lotiu ns nnv other, t'se It nnd ave vonr horses and wagon. A trial II prove that wc nre rigui. IoaTFk'ovr. Iowa, Aug.il, 1Ss3 AvnitiCAM CiiPMiCAt. Mro. Co.. 1'ochester. New York. W fitrn: used lO Ikixcs of your "Hhole's Insert Exterminator" lat season for cabbacp worms. Hies, hug', etc., and have never known or heard of n failure where tried. ltdoclt work to perfection, and Is harmless to the hu man family In every respect. 1'lcr.sc send me imp. cross more bv first ei pn ss. hen with I'. O, monev order tor same. Yours truly, CitAUtr.s llnnis. Market Oardnrr. 7. A '.J '''X . ..... " I'Nct.r. Sam s Condition powdeus riiouiii in' ii-i'o nv fvcrvoiir ov. iimu ' r inn inn thpcnri'of horses, rattle, hoirs oriionttrv. It Improvi-s tbp nppetltp, promote Ihe growth. I ntidtestore the sleU; Sold bvall dnigelts III!. W INCH Et.l.'sTE ETH i NO SVIUT I '. U't tli- tnt'dlelne fo." inntlirrsto l.axclnthp I hnne for the ehlldien. It will ettte eo'd, i i'oiili, snre throat, and regulate the ItoweH. Do lint fall to t.dvo It atrial, jouwlll be lileased with l' ctinnnlng ellret. fold by all 1 drilL'glst". COMMON COI.D.SNEril.ECTEDeatlFeolir- , half the deaths. ('oiinriptli,ii lark In everv 1 rough, often ulng ns i nasi: t'i" ruddy cheek and fpafkllnir eve till Its ilo.i'llv snisls nre ib'ctilv plnnted 'In the svstitn. ' I'lbV.ltT'S r.XTHACT or TAU vr WILD CHEllllV xi-lll ittri.h pttrn ,.itt.l t. t'nlti.li.. irmm. cntnrrli. t bronehlnl eoiiiplaln', mhI ward tiff cotiPilinj- 1 1(111 Wortn In the svrt.'in enui' inuih lll-benllh. V tilensntit. harinhsi remetlv l Dr. .Tiuiues' OiTm.ni Worm Cikt. Sold by n'l dritgglts. ruele Satti'sllaiiierR Oil put on vonr bar tips will pipsprve the leather, make It look new nnd render It soft and tillable, (live It a trsal. Sold by aM hnrnes makers. Ellert's Davllgnt l.lver'l'llfs" nre without n rival In removing Ulle, toning the stomach and bowels, and Giving heallhv action to the liver. As it Ulood 1'nritler thev nre iini tUa!ed. n sure iiiri-for lieadnehe. Itiillgeslloii, contlpillon, tlvsppps'e, liver ei tntilnllit nnd IniMire Ii'ocmI. Tt them nnd mtl-fv yourself they will do more than l el 'ined for then'. t'liele S'mT. si'tw unit Hon,' l.hdmenl Mill tt.ip.v,' ki.'im . st ruins, btulsev, sllffucs.", Iiuni, alt'" .,, , thi'tninillsiii. IViiprm Sml'li hills Cnibitllli)'. 'the demlnr red ft truli inn hnlr rc et".i t r nnd restorer, nnd nre Its Initirnveireiit. r"ioniinend It (o n'l his filrtuls the t i'tfeellnn of nil hair pretn ratlons. Tb's 8lmn that tie Deiiem n wkc man, nnd lomw nli.it Is what. IVraonilT- .Ml n lliilv. Tni: V..iTi l't-i.T Co.. Mnrsb'ilt. Mich., will , nd tlr. lice's Celebrated Eleetro-Voltaic Pelt" n .it T'leetrl" iiiltnit cs on trial forthtr- I IV tbo to nifti (viiUL or o'.D w 'in are nf llletel 'M, ,.rvnu debility, but vltalltvnnd j klnilri'i'i tiiiuli'rs, gunra'ileelnj vpeeilv nnd eonipletp retoratI'n of heilth and niniilv vlg- I or. Aildrcp ns ithovp. N'. It.- No risk Is In- 1 citrvpil. ns thlrlv il.iv's trial Is nllowcd. I REMEMBER THIS. IF YOU ARE SICK. If you nre sick, HOP lllTTI'.HS will surely aid Nature In mnkitar you well ntrnlii nhen nil else falls. If vou nre comparatively well, but ft el I he need of n grand tonic mid stim ulant, never rest t nsv till you nre made n new being by the use of' HOI UI'I "I'BlEtS. If you nro cotlve or dyspeptic, or nre siiirerlnc from nny other of the numer ous diseases of the stomach ft boncls. It. Is your own fault If von remain III, for hoi iii'i"i'i:k:s are the sovereign remedy hi all such complaints, If you arc wasting away with any form of Kidney disease, stop tempting death thlsmonient.nnil turn for a cure to ism bcit'e'iii:.. If you are sfik with that terrible sickness Nervousness, vou Mill tlmt a "llabn In lillnid" In the use of i!m sb'1"J'i:h:n. If vou are a frer-iienicr, or a resident r fn mlaHiiatle dlhtilet, barricade vour system against the seniingp of all countries malarial, epidemic, bllllnm anil Intermittent feversby the use of I30Z i(E'i"rs:i:s. If you have rough, plmplv, or sallow skin,' bad breath, pains and nehes. and Teel ml-ciiihle geiieratlv, HOI" 1IIT 'I'r.ltR Mill irlvfyint rulrsbtii. rich blood, tb"' sweet bri at li.lie.illh and comfort. In short, tin v cure AI.l, Dlsen-es of the Stiimneh. ' Howt ly, blood, Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, Ac, nnd fl.-,)0 will he p.iid for a ease thev will not cure or help, or for im. thing Impure or Injurious found In them. That poor, bedridden Invalid Mlfc, sister, mother, orilannhtf r, can bo made the plitmc of health hi n few bottles of Hop Hitter, cutting but u trifle. Will .vou let llicni miller? Cleanso, Purify and' Enrich the Blood with HOI IHT'Jl'IUtN, And you will havo no sickness or suffering or 'loctor'sbllUtnnnv. YflllNR MFN I'.youwanttoltarnTHkvrsptay In wwiiu ii-n nitY montha and lw certain "to lllnstten. tiHrssn Vhintiwii Hunt., .Ini-ivlllr,W'. A'or.XTsi WANTFirfurlho Hot aniTFiistett st'llliiL! l'li'iiiil.il Hunks niullUlilra. 1'rli ra ri'itucrit 3.1 per ern.M at. I'l'nl 'UIV'' iCoSt. lnillVo S65 A .Mlllllli mill him lit 111 ,iill t UN HIV . M'll nr l.uilli'i, I'li'ilxlllt tiuafurrs. Aililteaa 1. W. y.llliil.iai ifc Co , llox 8il, Chicago, HI. o WHITNEY & HOLMES RGANS INcl rill otli,iM In Tunc iinilllilr- iinilllv. HlKlirat 1 Irat-i laaa IE.,iliitli,ia. ratnlillulinn v.'iita. NDW Bl Vl.liS. m.;v t-OUO bTlll'fl. 111 1 11 A: llolinea tlricnn Cu llulncy.lll. AND ARREARS of PAY to Union Soldifrs Vi'lVVTV"- 11 UK N IllCTKIIII. .X rt ant A nrrn atf "9th. 1HMS. Apply tu Hlf.O II. NTKVKMt V CO. tirrii'Ksi l.cDroft lliillillni WAaiiiMiroN, II. U.I Ham llulttltiiL-. C1.1cvKi.ANr, (Inint Abstract building, JjKiitolT, Mioii.i .MttrupumniiJlliH k, CinoAop, NEW RICH BLOOD l'AUSONN' I'llTUA.TlVK TILLS Make New Rich Blood, and will romplctel rhange ttie blood tnthii rntlrn ayatetn tn thrpa moi. . An; peraon whu will tnlct 0110 pill each nlBlit from 1 to lv weeks may bu rcslnrod to xiiind health If aucn a tnlas be imaalble. Mild uv herp, or aunt ur inatl furt letferatampa. 1 . ll.NbON & CO, Hoaton. Mk-, formerly itanJTir THE OLDEST MEDICINE in tits WORLD 18 rilOIlAIlLY Df.IsaacTtiomD-on'sCcicDrateflEveWater This article tan carefully prepared phyalclan's pre acr ntlon and tiua lienn In 1 finaiRni fur Ntint.v . Ckntuhv. and notwlthatnndlng Ihe many other prep arations ilat hate been Introduced Into lho marktt, the aalo uf thla ankle la conatantly tncrraaluK. If Ihe direction! aro followed tt will nxvkh riii, Vo par. tlcuLirly Invite the attention of phyalrlnns to Its uier ta. JOIIN li.TllOMI'SUN. HON 8 CO., Troy, N, ' NOT FAIL to aaaid la oau' fan xtea iiat ior wo. rri. 14 any addraea anoa anrli rattan. IVmlalna dtftr'p tjnnaof avirulAih.i Pfnul, CUJ ull.irlWn.lnit'.m.h uaa, huh over a.Suti iilutlratlona. Waaell 11II rooilaal ,riiiraiiio onoi in qu mtiiiea 10 iqii aua pure nner. Iha only Inatltutfon who walcr, thla thulr apeoKI tuial naaa. .lON'rl(l.lli:it a WAIIIt Ai CO., -itl .V -itit iy.iii...h vi.iir. t'hleii.,. lllfix.u "IT fWIIOMT MAVP RFPN " Thu your friend will alng aa they watch your llfo flickering out with that dread dlaeaae, PVSl'Ursl A. Stay it ravage by ualng HHOW.vti I'KI'iilltf TUNIC. Ittmeniber. delay are daugercui. 85 ThBone-Uviabovof II row n im ,itT, 1 u outer, vr itiuii hiiiuiiiu win you pay 7 Wnnrinrflll Wiihntil Mnmharl Are lho ore n..TiV.. Am i!:. ffitMinlly.ln i7 ltiinwijli. a v.!.. UV, c ' a iTharn'e a Dnlm In Rllnn" Willi which to II..Mn,Mn,Jn...t.l.-,.l a. . .t VUJ- '"""lU o K it W ttram.rlll, Uandelluu av,vw u wuiiii 111 una.au ! A NOTEII 1ICT UNTITMID WOSIAW. trrcra Hie boston Slak Jfriirs. FMtrt f Tli utrave li rood llatnm cf Un. f.T'-i C rink Lam, ot Lynn, M -., "ho tTeiUcttir human hrlnr inAy 1 trutlifully culled tWIvsr rtttnl of Wonuin," assoroo of her conrrrs'nder.ti tors toctttl tier. 6I10 la irilou.ly itcrotcd to lier wot k, which la thoontcotno of hftsitudy, nnd la cb'aVtd U krrp ,l liily UtAnts, to help her antwer t te Ursa corn'ijndence w hlch dslly ponr In 11 ton her, nxh tcwlrui lis aprctaj LurJcnof auffciliitr, or Joy ! relfiutrjm It. Her VeUlle Compound la a mcillclrie fur coo.1 an.l not (til purpusca. I lucre rtcr.aHy UrotijatcilUand. tmsAtl-ftiit of the truth of this. On account of ItaproTt ntnrrlts.lt !a r orrmendct) and rrtscrits-ilhy theh.it pliyttcliiiij In Ihe country. One Myit "It worts llko a c h! in und run mueli I .tin. It will curo rntlrily thowrntfoici of fulllna of tlfUUru-, Im- rrhcwi, ImtruUr and ntnful Mtm uatl, n,a'.10tarlnTroullw. Inlnn mitlon and Vlrtlon,ndHlliie, tlllMt'lwtmchtt nltlicer. sequent rttnilnralcnconJ la (iilnlly J.lartt-J to thnChnntrf of Ufo." ltKrraratt-icttryi' rtUnot the ry et.n. .irntrlv xitif life ati.l Icr. It uiiunu fnintnw Itibiltnry, it.ttrora Mir raving for 1tl1uv.lu1l-.011U r .. u-sncak-a uf th.t..mvli. It rmra t'li-itlrj lti-htu-he, XerroiMllKatratlon, iK-. ral t'f ! t , t r ploaanow, IKpmwhnanillnillav.il n. That full- or hwrlrt tnnn,a'isiiirtailii,a,r.TM an I Isuia.h.- Il always ariiiaivititlycurlt4rltau-'. It ..lat.. !ilne,aiiil ltit.rn'lolr-niirtanrt ,1 '. iiLiri") w.ilal!il.iW tl.atti . Untie, fomttei jst, . .. ltd M el.lV ft. r I ,'U ) f tlx frf it Mil l Sl I lljf tlntire'btN Aiyn,!vkrriiimlc.i )ti.itcv,anit tii.. ii.in.ru nt many v 1,9 liat, t!.,io.r.llojjfcA li!thlythM.if tlo VifiUO" nrvjnil.oanbj ti!sln,-t tyml.trw kIms'Im 1', h U. t nply, it l.ir l.u'.nc li t.) nn, itnra lVrl.'.Jn. ya:"rhilnt.t.((,'rf. a!' : niitidli uni.iifis iilftiahiiiVanttcti m . ti il. "Mr- l-.il'jm'.ljvirli:: , y . . w!t. r, "ar Ihrl-;' '' f - Hit- 1 1 of ' " tlwitlun, I.. 1. 1 .. ...1 i i.t'"rcf lit' !" n.rl'.hwd IMrli'-trwoiV ondr:"i.i Ho rp . . . . '.lliifr t 'ci'iilt'.c ('.un -1 i.l li ltK I'U t .111 r,.; it'., lit! ' I!Vi 1 1 . " "M., tol I. llilll I .II' 1. 1 k 1 )t. 1). Cork Insoles What They Do ! ThaStaCTftto Tnaolfi contain a asr'.ei if Macneia, actcnttflrailT arranecd.tliai form ei't.uto lulu-flea, rrctmrrlri (he hlooU whh mazutllriu ami excrllnij r. trniiiIUiIni tnnu'nce. uiH.n ti.-; enijro ayaijrn thn.uith Iha 1 CO.NBKyUF.xr IMl'UOVCl) ClV.CIJ I.ATIOK. 1NSUI.ATB THE TEHT from vhc fuM t.vl ilMnr sarin, and thus prevent tl.e aLattiwiou of tht pollute- force from tun body. Oenerata by their MAGNETIC ALTItiXan nerea ble warmth and atcure l'KUKKCT Cllt"JLAT10.N id mo reel ana lower riiremmei. Core Chllblalni and rttnore all onnatntal heat, pes plratlon, awelllnitof the feet and anltlra. rrent, rrllrtf , and In acme rais. Cmi HlteW tATIBl. NKUIIALOIA, i-J-J KlNUilKH lilt lAJIS. In all forme of Chronic and Nenosa DtieiieaD. Debility are Invaluable. Areaireat cooarrvrr and rtlrcct r moterof th lenrral Tie alth, and can le worn nt all aenina of thi yean belncmade very thin, lake up ner7 Utile room In the alioe. One pair of the stiasrrio Ixaoiu wl.l ftemurv atrite the truth of theie clalma. Price t.M per pLlr. 60.000 Ken, Wonien and Children nf the city ol uuicago ana ice 11 en are wrannr tuern. The MinniTKi HroLia will coBTlacr thewsarw ot the power reatdlcc tn oar other MAGNETIC Ari'LIAKCKS. Bent by mail an receipt nf price an,1 thi aire vi hoo uaually wem, by the K AOMKTIO AI'I'Lt ANCi CO., 8ls8tate at,Ci0Aoo, 111 Hole ataoufactora ofllieU.B. Remtttancea ran hn milt In cnecr.t fiitacn. atampa or curreecy aent In a letter at cur rtik. ror fall instruction In tlicnewM?ni'tlcTrrtmJ (or Nerrona and Chror'c lilaraira, arri for tar "NRV IlKI'Alt j l'ltF." IN IIKAMNO AND I'ilTaU OAL CUIrUIIK. Kinlalnltic it ailmonlsls ef 0 ejuar. retoua curra obra'ncd fri m wea-teff MAONBT 10 AVI'I.I AN'CKB without the takitii uf lilL'OSr af.YDlClNl'.S. NfMvf J P (' I'- f.-i II 1 ir. v.fi. N 11 I-, tl'i'i 1 1 - I ttt (h 11- fM4 I I Ml .1 I, 1 1IX-K tt - 'inv-iiiu'cr. lulu 1. Wiikcfii!. i'W 1' In-.lilli nn I . i'M l: iltll-a'lllil A- H .1 .1 'I' iPn.ilttiii m hi ,-i.l .m r 1 Ai'itl-ni'i II 1 1 t ti ' l.-y Mill IH 1 t'i a 1 1 1 i.tf or tt. l't.iln ritnlt 'iii-i'i-. tl 1 ;y tivtUto-iMit - 1 -.i.r ivtwi- liu-itH f ( mti'i rluva cmt l7 ' iMi't.i tner-in Iltftm-M. 1 U !ni t natainu i no mil' i' -U to r ire am rutt' With "ir;i t rr-? rr Iil 1 i n ti. in dl nu tmiiU'ii its't i luf 1,1 in IVi jniur I 11. .til h ftii v Ittxp- tu'f nil nnUil wdli livi iioi.ar. sn iu tni tiif itini im I'tiur uiitti'ii nu t-mti-' to rpratw) I t -n.-l t t.'v ia M . Iln-h, lnirsl' 0 1' (71, It .nut. rt I J I'lIHI III II allliir ITUI H Live and Wids Swale Slcn can uatiibllah thnnaclvca with small capltr.l Ic a mnmu'rutlii) biihlnraa by aci'iiruiLt unotTttpW'd It P rltory uud Inlruducoour illllerrnt ilr ilKuauf Paten Wronglit Iron Fmcii ItlallurtAiaiMlHAUTIFUL.CUKAr. Wlthlnlb rt'iicli of t'lery imni'r of rnil oaiaiu. Mhcre we tinyo nuaulhorlri'ilniti'iit, will fill nnli'mit wholraalo. for pnrtlculnrs aitdtcaa tin' lunuufiu'turcraiitid ownorvuf pali nt fur lown. l'Al..MMlt, .Mrl'UAVJt CO.. lit C'niirt Avi'nut', Din Iltilnri, I own. FiVE-TOW eft lit wm mm seo ill l run toil tlttl,D'M 1i 11 Ufm t ft tb frULt, a1 ttt fjutlly Ijw, fur frtt took, ftddrtw NEHYOUS 1)J-;iLITY li aUcprc.dcd, Irritable itate of niluJt a'wak, nvi vou, uxIiduihmI fm'llnto uu enerKfi uo nnlmattout roufuxeii lauUt wt'uk im'moryi lomiof ponur iuuuv erutUcormitocfHuiouotl by t,xit,it,t menial uvttr work', ur liiUUai'tluiu. ApoiltUe inlaJUblu reinetlj for nit Uicnu uiiublc U f uuutl lu ALLKN'8 ItHAIN FOOD which lone up tho ayiU'iii.arrrata all Involuntary dla clmrLti'a. rcniui ea incutu IkIouui and ilcapuudcncy, ab0 rtatuiva wuudcrful power tu the weakened organ, sold by ull diuick'iat. II, package, alv for H, or nvai outreu by mull receipt ol prlco from AI.I.HN'.S l'llAIt.UACY, 313 First Aicuuc, Chicago. 111. . , 0 rortiuaiiu'aiaiinctiuioiaiui 'H . -.ZTCoTimerelal College. Circular Al" 'OtCttCCYfcXA.iliiiJ.llAlulfc. llubuquu,).- Forllualiu'aintihcOuli'kianit iw BUSINESS JXXttXlWtti tu i.lLLlllUlimK cc VAl.KN't lNI.,lliVfii uri, 10, h aUI:MLIfL'lll 'a-HaV.lkl . .."'"I MH A lYUnUtlirUL eii. irritii'iLiaiuu'MMiw kb. flumMkra. f lvt iiioita nt Uir . Iij Ua lit! rp4VDiwi l.vrri ti-b lu mven ii,r FaIUU. VtndONU BlXlrW, M l)f. JUAN UUMl. Uu. w, IWtten. Mm, BtwwilUiiiitujji. W. N. IJ. Dec Mulu4. mmm II . r . ' t 2B Qents Vs: $85: iwn'a A raetiible ITlver I'llla. will, li curia Cunatlpatton, Blclc Headarhu. ', you pay your doctor aa a penalty tor not ualng llauwit'a Liria l'lil lu tluiu. recorded bv the uao America but ahould keep a remedy for llurna. Out of Wrown'e Arnleia Biitr " I" me iirowoineaicineico, warrant oyer i, warrant eyery bin. nnrifrthe nimui ..rr7:i - It elvca the Liver new Ufa and Ticna I, Ue U Ulftl lllll, J IIO aiUKfl MilllUlfla VI. lUriHICI nod lodlile al a, aiUwulHta, Uia UlKl kutitMu n. The IlaowH MiDtoiHf Co.fnrotl:A