Newspaper Page Text
Kl 't M THR LAND dP DREAMS. June Berry Betuol. When I u la J I ret me afloat. Through tlilc that gemmed tho water, In a ipatkllniri wonderful, golden host, With the Droim Klog'e fairy daugther. Bhe fanned my faco with a magical f&n Made out of a peacock' feather, And tho toft winds blew and the river ran While thd prlnccM and I together Salhd on tho Mand of Dreams ah mi, TU notf'nr.for a boy, believe' mo And tich eights I neTcr again ahall t-ea 1 111 my ejes once more deceive mc. A'bcrc wcro black-browed sailor that climbed the mast 01 a wan-hptd vessel, the Hover i The prow was of taudal, and when we past Tho delicate amdl went over. A beautiful lady In crlmfon silk Htood on tho deck to greet us, Her face and her aims wcro as white as milk, And she amllcd well pleased to meet us. .nd then we caine.to n elorlous land, Where knight wcro tlghtliiT a tourney, L Where pages llko roses at either hand j Stood ready to start for n J ourncy. (They brought us a horao as yellow us corn, W lie r ton I sprang In a minute, And 1 Mtlcawaj thiough the early mora , Atthctpeedotalljlugllaoet. j And I left tho fancy prlucess behind In tbo boat asleep to my teeming But a trlfiullke this I could not mind, I had leached tho lind and was dreaming. Ah I my sweet brave lads with the auburn hair, And my golden ejebrowed lassos, You all well know what happens one there While a fleet-winged hour passes. For you all have read till you fell asleep Those etrango Arabian stories, And Audereen's tales, and hiw ghoits will creep, And tha unlcr world's splendid glories. i'cs, you all have read till you dreamed, I know, Of tbo wonders tint you were reidltig, And then In a gjldcn boat you'd go O'tr tho bright bluo river speeding. And didn't you honcftly, rosy llpe Awako in a frownful scorning, To find that there are no golden shlos, No pages la bravo adorning I But let mc whisper Xo Arab steed Will carry you half so fleetly Along life's road ns u noble deed Or a word that Is spoken sweetly. And never a lass tho Dreamlands know, No matter how cay her splendor, Will sobeautlful seem wheu you older grow As tho mother so sweet and tender. But now while you may yon must ;t afloat For Drcarnlaudwlth shout and laughter, And nothing so dear will bo in your boat As the j riyers that folio alter. An Interesting Llou Story. W- lloyd Dawkine- Tho memory of tho Hon was preserv ed in its auoiont Haunts long after it had beco no extinct. Tho scono of ono of tho prottiosd. stories told by iElinn ii laid in Mount Fnngiuum, which, from its mention by Xenophon, must have been n, fatuous i.iuuit of lions. Kuilenms tells tho tulo Unit in i y Pnttnmuni tti Tiirnnn it linn.r nttnntrntl tho fiiir of a liou, whiloit was unguard ed, ntid killed tlio wholps that" wore too small nnd too weak to defend thoni'iolvo. And whentho father and motlior carno homo from hunting some whero, and taw their children lying doaii. tliov weio much acKrieved and attacked tho boar: but she was afraid and climbed up .nto a troo as fust as alio could, and settled herself down, trvinir to avoid tho attack. Now wheu they b.y that they conld not, avenge thorasolvcs on her, tho lioness (lid not eoaso to watch the treo, but sat down In ambush at tho foot, oyiug tho bear, that was oovorod with blood, llut tbo lion, as it woro, without pur pose and distraught with grief, after tho manner of a man, rushed olt to the mountains, and chanced to light on a Mooel-outtor, who, in terror, let fall his axe: but tho Hon fawned upon him and reaching up salutod him ni well ns ho could, and liekod his faco with his tons: o. And tho man took cour no. xtien mu lion cncirciuiunni wun 'pi his tail, and Jed him, and did not suff er him to leavo his nxo bnhlnd, but pointed with hU foot for it to botak on up. And when tho man .did not understand ho took it up in hU mouth roachod it to him. Then ho followed wlilln thn lion lnil lilm to his don. Ami wheu tho Hones3 saw him,' sho camo and mado shins, looking at tho piti'iblo speotaolo and tlion up at tho boar. Then tho man poroelvad and nnboi flood that tho Hon had suffered cruel wtouir from tho boar, and cut down tho treo with miirht and main. And tho treo fell, and tho Hons tore tho beast in rileoos: but tho man' the Hon led brvik ai.iln, safe nnd sound to tho placo where ho lighted on him and retnrnad him to tho vory troo ho had boon cutting. Whiskey "Iiiliund." Attached to overy distlllory Is a warehouse, of which tho government, through iv United States storekeeper, takes exclusive ohargo. On overv door is a patont "government lock," and tho storekeeper koepi tho keys. At tho end ol tbo waiehouso, noarost (ho distillery propor, is partitioned olt tho 'chtvrn room" that coutalns tanks, In to which tho whiskey runs direct from tho still. From those tanks It is drawn oft luto barrels in tho prosonoo ot tho storekeeper and tho Unitod Statos guagor. Tho' barrels so lilloil aro roll od into tho cAhor portion of tho ware house, anda "warehouso stamp," bearing the dato of tho distillation, is ailixoil to oaoh. The' whUkoy thus banolod can, undor tho rovoutto laws, remain in this warehouso undor gov ernment Ibek and koy for threu years. Thou tho whiskey is said to bo "in bond." At tho expiration of tho throo years tho tsuuof 00 cents por gallon must bo paid on tho original quantity of whiskey jn1 the barrels, as shown by tho Euaero When it was barreled, loss 21 callons per bi9)rofifter annum al lowed for evaporation and. ehrlnkago, Then la tnx-witil stanrn' ifl put ,' on eael barrel. nnd-a1bcand, Villi tho name of tho distiller, tho number of tho dls trlnt uno thn data of tho navmont of tho tax. lB-burned in tho hoad. siw tho distiller for tho first tiino can do as ho pleases with, his whiskey, and jit. is Bald to bo "taken, out'ot bburiV' 0 li - 1 i i , AllmutUia incident. A young man who had boon pn a three days debauoh wandorod into tho firl of abont ton vonra camo -Iu 'and looked timiaij&Mbout tho roonw "Bho was dressed In rugs, but had a swcot lnteUlgent face that could Hoaruoly fall reading room 01 a noiei wnero no, wns well Uuof3j&"dQwp', ftniltoarcamnod-; llyinto thoietMet: .Presently J.nUlltjJ to oxcito sympathy. Thoro wero fivo porsons In tho room, and sho wont to each bogging. Ono gontlomnn gavo tier a live com pioco, ana sno wont 10 tho gontlomnn spoken of and asked mm tor a penny, milling: "i nnven c had anything to oat for n, wholo day." Tho gentleman was out of humor, nnd ho said oro ly: Don't bother mo; I haven't had anything to oat in thrco days." (Tho child oponod her ojos in sheer wonder, nnd stared at him for a moment, nnd then wn'.kod slowly toward tho door. Sho turned mo knob, nnd then, niter nost'.nting n fow seconds, walked 1111 to him, nnd, gontly laying the fivo cents on hla kneo Haul, wun a tone 01 iru mriiau i.'iiy in her voice: "If you haven't had any thing to cat for throo days you tntto this and go and buy you somo broad. rorhaps I can 201 more somownoro." Tho young man blusheel to tho roots of hh hair, and, lifting tho child in his nnu!, kissed her two or throe times in delight. Then ho took hor to tlio por tions in tho room, nnd tluifo in tlio cor ridor nnd office, asked contributions himself, giving all tho money lie had with hi m. Ho succeeded in raising over $40, nnd sent the little one on her way rejoicing. 11 Tho Pleasure ol Freezing. . fames Humphrey, n Canadian, near ly frozo to death in a recent storm when driving homoward from Wallace town to Aldborough. Ho has sltieo iriven lliis dccrlpliou of hiscxporlouoo to a correspondent of tho St. Thomas "limes' : wnen no leit no longer nine to hold tho reins with uny grin ho do lermlrcd t ) f-rek shelter In tho iirst houfco until well warmed. HU tongue became stilt, then his nrms, sharp chills ran down his back, and finally ft scorned as though his wholo body was boing congealed, causing nn nlniont tot a cessation of the heart's action. This condition of extreme suflcrlng and despondency speedily cave place to a feeling of grateful warmth, sufittS' lug tlio system nuu causing nn cxnti nrntlng glow. By this time he had readied a house but ho drovo on, thliking that nothing was now to bo feared. Tho sleigh, instead of crawl, ing along at a snail's pace, appearod to glide through tho air with groat swiftness, and tlio lioiPosfolrlyllevliko pigeons. Aisenso of exullnlon filled tlio farmor's broast n3 ho urged tlio hersos to 11 still greater speed, and tho woods on each sido woro passing so quickly that that they becanio iniiisunguisna blo bUok linos. Then tlio sleijih bolls sounded fainter and falnfr, until tho ohimos disappeared in tho distanco; the larmer loll grauuaiiy mio a tieii- loiin slumber, which camo near being the sleep that knows no waking, and ho knew no moro until brought to life under a vigorous trontmont. Itlesi His Dear Heart. In a very elegant pnlaco car entered a weary-faced, poorly dressed woman wun tliroo little cuiuiron ono a oaue iu her arms. A look of joy crept into hor faco as sho sottled ilown into ono of tho luxurious chairs, but it was quickly dispelled ns sho was a9ked rudely to "start her boot" A smlio of amusement was been on sovornl facos ns tho frightened group hurried up to enter ono ot 1110 common oars. Upon ono young face, howevor, thoro was a looK wnicn snameu mo coun tenance of tho others. "Auntie." said tho boy to a lady beside hkm, "I am going to carry my baskot of fruit and this box of sandwiches to tho poor womau in tho next car. lou aro will ing, coursoP" Ho spoko engorly, but sho answerod: "Don't bo foolish, dear, jTou may need them yourself, and perhaps tho woman is nn tmpos. tor." "No I'll not ncod them," ho answered dcoidedly. but iu a veiy low tone. "You knaw I had a vory hearty broiikfnst, and don't neod 11 lunch. Tno woman looked hungry, nuntlo, and so tired, too, with tiioso thrco llttlo babies dinging to her. I'll be back in a miuuto, nuntlo; 1 know mothor wouldn't like it if I didn t speak a kind word to tho loast of these wnen 1 moettuem." 1110 worniiy auni brushed a tear from her eye af tor tlio boy loft her, and said audibly, "Just llko nn ioar moinor." Aiiout nvo minutes 1 iter, as tlio lnily passed tlio mother and tho thrco children, sho saw a protty sight tho family feast ing as porhiips thoy had never done before; tho dainty sandwichoj wero oiifzcrly eaten; tho fruit basket stood opon. The eldest cldld, with her mouth filled with bread and butter, said: "Was tho pretty boy an ungol, m ithorP" "Ne" answered the mother, nnd a grateful look brlghioned her faded eyes; "but ho is doing anzels' work, blo?s his doar henrtl"' And wo, too, said "Uloss his dear heart." Things ni '1 hey Are. Observer. As wo advanco in life thn idonl soon hides behind the real. How few ihiuffs come up to our expectations! Most airls havo an ideal husband In view a kind-heartod, noblo man, witli tlio liiruro of an Apollo and the beauty of an Adonis, wiio p.iysthosamunttei tlon to his wlfo that vo did boforo their troth was pliL'hted. Tho real husband is brusuuo, matter-of-fact, unsontimon tal : ho eats his meals at a down-town restaurant, nnd only ri'membor3 that he U married when lie is oblisred to pay the household expenses. Tho ideal hnusewlfo is tho woman who keeiijt " .i.m..u..i.... WfllllHII Willi IvllHlfltil wiio eooks the most dolimmts dinners, presides at the table witli tho graue of a queen. Tho real housowlfo Is a woman whoso face 11 m and Dia.eu vk" l" """.,,V,r,,VnfVn''Tr, with cooking over a hot stove, whoso A1'1'11 "" "aurnnd w ill . Ho. voice is sharp and earnest, and who hmn pounds 1 of gold (abm t 810.000, Is ffivon to Kosslp. Tho ideal baby is PW' J1' trT'VS0ZwlcAl" ?(. - 111.,.. 1 1 V ...1 .1. tl.n .1.. (..Li L 41.. ,...1 ''". '."ltia lAl.lOO talents, or SIOO.OOO.OOO. UIICUKH, 1110 ouiiiosi. 1111 r, im. c u W and with nne-al's wlncrs luit snroutln-r from his "shoulders. 10 J....1 " t um.i ty, with open v&lvos, screaming nil ..i. 1.1., v.i.i i..i3iu- thisiliwlnwn. and hoars no roscmblanvW to an angol. And so it Is with overv V thing in lifo things aro seldom whaj thoy seem. Fireside Heading. ' -JLl stares at tho pusser from ovory nows-stand and streot corner. It greets tho loiterer by overy book-sollora wii dow. It is shouted in one's oar in tbo streot ears. No businoss offioo is bo crowded; no flight of stairs so high, as to uoier tuooooK agents mato or tomnio from tholr periodical raids. On trains nnd steamboats literature, alternating with peanuts nnd gift pad" ages of pop, pormlnt candy, thrust in tiiu traveler's fnco. Everybody reads and books aro overjwhoro. Tho readers aro not tho rloland idlo alono who may ordor from'jtho favorito publishor "parcels ot qvery.tHiug that's' froshest nnd most dosjrabio," and luxuriate in armchairs by" tho1" fireside, droamlng nway the comfortable hours. The shop girl be guiles her ride In tho streot car with a boot;; tho workman who has paused to tako his dinnor from his tin pall fills up tho pleasure of his hour of rest with tho nowspnpor story. Tho messenger boy carries his dlmo novel In hl pookot. and it comes forth whonovcr his tlckot demands him to ride. Half tlio pooplo on every railroad road ns thoy go, and especially In tho cooler season do people seem to bo striving to drown discomfort in n book. If quantity, hldno woro to bo consid orod, tho wants of tho readme world would certainly bo well met, but tho moro thoughtful among roadors tala noto also ot tiio quality of tho supply. Tho books como from tho prcsi In a flood. Tho streams overllow tho wholo land, audit is of tho utmost Importance that thoy bo at least free from things that vitiate and pollute. That wo nri to bo moro and moro n nation of read ers Is ovldont. What shall bo road will depend upon tlio demand. If. trash can bo sold, trash will be written nnd printod. Everything favors tho spread of the ehoap volume. Tlio buyer does not prize It. therefore tho second rend er and tho third may borrow it, nnd to tho fotuth nnd l!fth"it will probably bo clvou away. Jf it. Is a good book, its goodnosi goos from honrt to heart. II a bad one, IU mischief does not stop with one. If simply n foolish book and tlio tido of foolish books is .y f.ir tho doopest nnd strongest of nil tho literary currents -thon its weakotilngir -Ituouio is nothing short of a .posltini harm. The weokno'S that jot dis clalnn actual wickedness is hirdly loss demoralizing in its tendency than I the litter. Tho shocking unreality of socalled pictures of life tho perpetual tlmnlnnt to tho Imagination tho en couragement to dreaming combino to render the ordinary novel n harmful -ccreatlon, and especially injurious to the young. If' for ono reason only, tho mothers could (lud time to soleet tho books and periodicals that shall bo taken ic to the family, it would bo a blessed thing for tho boys nnd girls. Thcro secma to bo tlmo for ovortbin else, always tlmo for choico of protty attire. Tlio sash must accord with tlio frock; tho hos'o must harmonl.3 in color with ti.o suit; ribbons and feathers must match tho color of hair or eyes; but tho garment of thought iu which tho mind shall bo clad tho views, ideas, sentiment, that, nbsorbed, glvo the soul its hue and tono, for choico of theso the mothers havo no tlmo. If for onco the bettor educated and bottor rend buyers of books would set their faces against the purchase of tho ta.es devoid of irerit, nnd designed only to llll tho idio hoius, it would mark a now era. in uubllshin '. Hu' tho weakness lies 111 tlio fact that the public, who really want good booles, will not tako the trouble to select them tho seokcrs of cheap books will not oneourago by their purchases in a Bwnllows up tlio good. Sooner or lntoi this quostbn has to bo considered by those interested in the general welfare, and especially b tliORO who care for tho young. Wy aro looking for s-vcot waters ami allow ing the spring to bo poisoned at the fount, nnd this not wilfullv.but through ignorance and neglect. It is tho tiino when thoro seems "no end to the mak ing of many 1 ooks,' yet who shall show us how and what to read." mil A young blood who is about to enter into tho holy stato of matrimony goo to seok tlio advico of an old friond, his family doctor. 'The girl, you see," ways "tho younsr man, witli engaging frankness, "hasn't got any tin now, but ho has a rich uncle with lienrc eiisoaso that" "I don't know about that,"suys tho doctor, rollectivoly, "a man with heart disease is apt to liv much Ion gor thau1' "Uiuit is a serious cae. Only thismorn ing thoy cnlled in your omiuont collonKUo, Dr.X "Thon if they havo marry, hor, sir; jou liavon'ta minuto to lose!" Moso Schauinborc, tho Austin nvonno merchant, is strict iu regard to the per sonal appoaraneo of his clerks. Ho was vory muoh opposod to ids clerks wearing a moustnonn; ami wnon one 01 them applied for permission to raiso a mou'taoho ho said: "Dat ash cllrinrht; you shoost raiso so much vlskors as you please, so long as you den't wear 'em "Uncla lien," said old Bob, "hero's dat S10 what ycr lout mo about a year uco." "Hruddor Hob. I is grontly sur puscd al do courio what yersclf is now takin'. "Fore do Lawd I neber' spool ed tor ait dat monov again, an' I'd dun thought ditt 1 had gin do monov tor ver. ' "Kf d'.t s uo caso, unoio 11011. I'll Jest put it back inter ray pocket. J always makes it a rnlo nchor tor disap point a man." T.11 .in i4 11 nt I'rnrliimilt t.ln. The Hon. Peter Howe iscSliorift of tlnJ City nnd Couutv of Norv loik. lui cently, in conversation with ono of our reporters, Mr. jjjwo prooiaimou uio follovviii!? fact: "I consider St. Jacobs Oil an oxeollont remedy, and ono that ought certainly to :iml its way into every household. Mrs. Hjwo always ha.4 11 bottlo of it thcro, and makes a family remedy of H." iVetw York i't-ti- ing Telegram. ,ll Cole) In Ancient Times. Vnnnlnr Srlniinfl .Molltlllv fur FebrUttl V hold was inoxco.ss In anciont tlmos, nnd mostlv taken from tho rivers in iAi.a. Tho fables of ractolus, ol tlio ------ ------- - ... . . goldon lleeeo of tho Argonauts, of tlio gold from Ophlr, tho hbtorv of King Midas, ota., all point to an Eastern or- ipln of t i i niota'. Accornins 10 11 by Alexander tho Groat amounted Woldalso camo from Arabia, and up T.rv;-- . ... nn 10 NHo from 1 1 10 inter or 01 Airic oa. AV inv onlls Asturlas tho couiury in jv'hion 1110 lot boarln! most cold Is fouud. A tab sollotboarlng tho following Inscription .iYJvana n,,,l In Trimitia Volha. PortUL'all was found in Idouba Volha, fortugal "Claudius Ituf us returns lia thanks to Jupltor for having pormlttod hlra to find ono hundred and thirty pounds ot gold." - ' Thoso sourcos of woalth havo coaiod to How. nud tho ondearor of several Eniriiihrann to reopen them havo been unsuecessiui. uoucmiu, juiuuuu. ljiiu sla. and Tvrol. all havo produced cold, and the recodlnc ot tho glaciers has ciausod old mines to bo uncovered. whilo unon tho Itulinn sido, at Monto Hose, Val Soslna, ami Val Ausaoa, gold-mines are still workod to day, a' though with indfleront succoss. Tiio on lv works of anv note are thoso of Krom nltz. Hnnurarv. It may. thorofort), bo safely asserted UiatEuropqls cemplote- ly exhaustoit in tins respeoc, Al'hyslclan writes! ' 1 havo roconmiende TV rii,iknti Yuiinw Dock animartanarlllain my practice us a genersl tonic. I cnusldor It surierlor to even other preparation hi eaaon of lemaio coinpiainis anu nviieiui unsiiuviu. As a blood purlller It al ays acts Iim a ch irm, and as a true sticngtncucr it uas uo cquai." LAND' GRANTS TO RAILROADS. Cranteet and the Qtiantlty Civen to Each. "The following Is a list of Western railroads" bmtfltcd by land granU,! and the number qt acres patented to each up tJ June .13, 1(92: Acres Atlantic .t rclflc 3.:iiH 7M Atctnron, Toneka A Pant Fe 3,7-).yeVJ5 KantM City, Lnwranro it Boiitlurii Kansas 250,21 Burlington ibMIisoufi Hirer In No- i braaka ...., 'J.il-.l.tW) Central t'aclfle ....f 73l,2nt Western l'trlflc 4(1,2.1.1 CallforoU & Or.po.i. . 1,837,010 8outln-rn Pacific (Southoru Division) imrnngion e ,inouri ier 1 1 iowu ;cis,bi Mlnnestita ucutrsl i; o,7ixi 45i m ifrj,niH) 812,770 513,675 1,141 12.) 1 im "b7 i.i inn (i Southern Mlnnrsota McUreuorit Missouri ltlrar HaHlncs ifeDikits , Chlca2ii& Xorthwestcrn Cedar HanliU it Vlssotitiltlvcr. Wlnnna ft St. Feter. St. Paul & flnuxCllv.k.. S iiUXC tV.tSL Pnii 4e7,M() West Wliccntln , H 2,8in North Wtsconsli WM97 .MUtlaslppt&Mtsioarl lUviir 0:,1I7 iinnnuiu iv pi, iiosi'pn...., liiM,pi) 1JUT1U 11IC iV HIOUS L'lty IVVI,4U, Iowa Kl!s itSlntiT I'ttr. ivsn,4l vlf.,710 Mtllo Itock it Fort Smith Memphis ,t I.lt In Hoik Central Ilr.tueh Union I'jplde 1 ID.II3S 1S7.447 l,:itu,iwi ?J3.CI9 03,210 4 '.-i TliVi'W 1 331,01(1 :K2 civ: Cilro t KiiKon ...,. !. it.i 8outhwe tt Branch of Pacific of M.'a- souri , "l. LimN, Iron Mimntiiln ,t Southern Ml8olirl. Kaiionn .t Tm.ii Northern I'acllle.... IUi! superior it Mississippi Klyer. . Wctern it Mlniifnolii. St. Paul ,t Parlile Orrpan & C.nlfornln OnuouOntral SontlmrstBriiticli of Pacific of Mis- tout I Atlantic it Pacific millwaterit 4t. Paul k 8t Paul vt Pacific Sioux City t P.iclflc Southern Pacific Northern DIvMon, 0Jill,10!) b(M,r,in 9,4'.'.i :i7H 4l,:iai pouiriem rjciuc, rjoutliern Divi sion 1,142,012 il.VI 212 i,o.i,ssa P17,6) N),230 415! 873 f,73,M4 No: Hi Lout-Una it Toxin union rac:flc Knii'ii Pnclflr Denver Pacltlo St. Joseph it Denver City rurutfc, wiiinob;i(;oXl.alie superior Total. .fw.o.w.aoo Miss Uanmabcl. a natiro of India. aged 20 years, is said to oo tho most learned lady In tho world, being able to read, write and talk in twelve Inn linages, besides being up in liiuthoniu- uo., astronomy anil History. All tlio same, if she can t work creen-eared dogs on canvas and paint (lowers nud bugs on plnijue.1. and fow on a tuspcu der button so that it will stay there ti week, tlio practical part of her educa tion has been negleeted. When a 111:111 liinl.s no starch in his shirt bosom nn apology in twelvn languages don't soothe him much." Cnnt tlio l'llbllc. '" wii-hto State that Tcrcplo Com- innndury Xo. I held n policy in tho Stato Iasiiranco Company of Dos Moines, on our lixtucs, furniture, par aphernalia, swords and regalia. The company wero Fatlslled tho loss was total, and without putting in to incon venionco of mnking an Inventory of all property lost, tho Soorotnry. Mr. Long, cnllod on us this morning, and handed us n cheek for fifteen hundred dollars, being tlio full nmonnfc of tho insurance. L'or tlio promptness nud llliorallty with which this company sottled with in wo lioartilv recommend it to the iu&uriu" public. J. G. Round!, W. II. Hatcii, Geo. Skf.ru. Trnstcos K. T. 2,To. 4. Many have lived on a pcdostal who will never havo a smtuo wheu dead. Do not sufler from Sick Ileadauho a moment longer. It is not necessary. Carter's l.iulo Liver Pills will euro you. l)o?e, ono llttlo pill. All drug gist sou uiem. Nover, wliilo you breathe, ofl'ond de- liuorntely tho Inward monitor: "My heart shall not tepronoh me so long as llivo." One voice all over the land rocs up fro n mothers, that pavs, "Mv diiuuhters nro to f. file nnil f ml, with no stremr'li, nil out ot breath nnd 1 iu at the leuit exertion. Wont can wo Mo for them? Tlio kiuwer Is slinplo and full of lion-. Oni to four weeks' useot Hon hit tern will mulca them bea thv. rosr, sprightly, nnd cheerful. Our admiration of the itntiquo is not atliuirtiliou ot tlio olii.mttot the natural. VIlt)lo Iniiriivt liieiit. Mr. Noah Ilutes, hludrii, N. V., wiltes: "About four veuH nsol h.t 1 im attack of (b- loui fever, and rover fully rcvoier.d. .My di gestive organs wro wenueuui, aim i woiiiu no toiunlttelv iro?lr.itnl fordaVK. AfUr ildnir iwo iKittlcs of jour BumiocK llixxin tlrrri'.its the Im f riiruinent wa?. so vi-lol-j th.it I wasns ti.'iilehcd. I van now, tliouuh (II years of uue, dou fair and leitMiiia'jfo Oav'e woik." l'rico ft.0J Christian plely aniiiuilfl.'es tho egot ism of the heart: worldiv nolitenons veils and repasses it. siiinii ;ouirnr(. When you are continually coughing nl;ht and day, unnojiiij; evirybudy nrouiid um, an.l hoping it will go away ot Its own accord, you am running a daiiKcroua rU i better use Or. Tiiomaj' I.cuxniiuUil., an unfailing remedy in alt such cans, It is thotiiht u ilitgraco to lovo nnro (jultiiil, Hut tho iront -nill Ken that truu lore u.nnnot bo unroquiitoil. t3PO amond Dyui nto lo perfect and so betiutllu! that it. is n pleuauie to use them. Eipiu.ly t;ood for dark o: light colors. IOjW. .Mon who huTu tho mrongest Intellects havo thn woakt)t nieniorim, thoy IruHt moro to invontion than uiomory. "Nc?lect old friends for the saku of new, and Iosj both." Hut remember tlint Kldnut Wort Is a friend you caunot hlford to neglect. Vuj'.i tj may relieve, but they can't cure that lamuback, for thn kidneys lire tho trouble and you want a remedy to act directly on their so crutioti, to purify an I restore their healthy condition, Kidney-Won has that specific ac tion. Instaml of complaining of thu thorns anions tho rosos, wo should ho thankful thoro nro roses among tho. thorns. Menamun't l'jtuiilefj lltief Tuulc, the only preparation of beef ujntatnlnirlta emirs nulrf tloui iiroptrttt. It contalna bluoil nialdnir, force Kineratliiif ami llfe-auttalnlnir properties luvaluubla for Iiiillneatlon, llyaiieimlu, uervoua proatratton and all forma of central debility i alio. In all enfeebled condition, whether tha remit ot e.ihauttluu, norvoua primlratlon, uverwoiU oraciito illieuie, partluulatly If reaultlui; from pulinonurrcomplatutt. Cahivixl, IIazabii & Co., propi lulora, Hvw Voik. bold by Tho Ii oart is n loom and it may wonvo whatovor it ploases. It may mako a life n continual progress toward tri umph. Btlnstln! irritation. Inllammatton, all Kidney' aid Urinary complalula, cured by "llucbu-l'ulU," si. Thirsting far tho goldon fountain of thu fablo frora how many Btroanm havo wo turnotl away woary nnd in disgust! 'Itounh on eorna," I5n Aak for It,. Quieir. com plcte, p rinuneal, cure. Oorni, warn, buulona, St. Augustlno dosorilcd tlio naturo of God ns a cirolo whoso contor wnsovory whoro, and its olrouuitoronuu nowlioro. Don't die In thu hoiue. "llouuii on Itata" Clean out rail, inlvenios. loachua, bcd-bu, 13e, $43,000 in Premiums QIVHN 11T A NEWSPAPER! We call the attention of the reading and think Irnr public to the fact that tlio OMAHA BEE la tho mojt ably edited, most Indcpftidintand thorough newspaper In the wcr-t. H htn byfar the larfjeat cliculatlon of any paper published west ot Llileiip) ninl north of Su LouK The Bee has for mora than tm years championed tho cans.) ot the people and fj the leaOtneantl monopoly paper In Nt-brsaka. Tlie Influence of The Bee In monl ling pul He rcntlmi'iits on the railway bane U ncittiuwl idgrd Iu the followlnrr letter lrom the icre'a' ry of the iinthiml nutl iiioiiop.ily Icninc to the editor nf 'I he Beef 1Ii:aii()'iis Jnti-Monoi-oi.y liiiAour:: I Nr.w V'ohk, November 15, Xhil. f K. ItoieM-Uer. li- Onnli i, Si'Il DnAti Sin Wo havo the news from Nebras ka. It m ikes n man feel proud to be nn anil InolKiuolfit When imn rrsl zis what vniir etntit has dune for tho came. It was n niajrnlllci'l.t day's nor, gallantry pftfouned In tho fare ol tnmLdous ndd, when tlie balance of lower was won In Um Intcrett or tlm peo j'le on elr ctlou day. We c)ii;ri.tulAle vou on IIk' ureal turcers, nnd tecignlM that to your ftort nnd tdcnctlrc stiini'iri. Ilmt The llto hw ulven to the prlurlples of ntitl-mo-nopoli, a lurgu slmre of H.u creillt Is due. That baLuee of power In vour stato le;Ula turo has n volume i.f i.eanli'i' fur us. It Dmmlscs that Nehrakn Is In tliu fnmt rank on the sn'l mnnip ilv Is'iie, nn 1 her example will lavlte her sister states to Join her In the I! rent stnnmle of tho rights of the many against tin- prlvllcgcil few It promhes tlin tlie llKhtof anll-tnouopoly principles Is spread lut; and that tho day Is dan nlii lien the puo plo shall rule and corporate iimnopoly mill oiey. It promises that Nebraska Is to lend thuilrstnntl-niunopnly senator to thn United State sen'ite. It iiroinlses for the preentt!iat In our ititu noiia but tneaurea which recos nizu the lights of all tho people enli be Incur- jiorairu into li v. Again congrattilntltic vnu, nrd through vou thcgoitl men and true who n faithfully Mood by tie principle of antl-tnonojioly In your stile, I reiiinlnyiiirs trJly, Hnsuv Nieiior.o, Sec'v. While "Thu Ilee" has labored haul and tlie ccssfully for thu autl monopoly cause, It Is not Imply n one loVa iii'wcpapir, hut it Is a Journal that tnceti every lsu ' fe. rlely, caudldly nnd vigorously; It la above all tblnirs n newspaper, It pay more for the collection of news by tile graph nnd m ill than alt thu other Neora'ka ,1 illics combined. N pays ctpielal attrutbin to lar tvcitcni liens, an'd eonlalus In every i.uinber the Viry la est events hi the Hicky Mmilitiilns, t irllotles and states on the l'n elllc coast. No other paper In America prints to uillili eoniientul far mi stern new us "flic lice." Can fill a'tcnllim Is pild lo thn selec tion of luniriirtlvc and eii'crtalnlmr lltera'ti e, which t ada ted alike to farmer ilm nr.tsan ntid die hnnm circle. loonier id extend the elreulnMan i f 'Tho Weekly Hu," the iiulillsben have placed n lamer miinbrr of vn'unh'o i.nd useful nit cles In ti.e prenihiiiniit Ihiiu was ever utlercd by anv iieuspaper. Ihean premiums will bod's trlbiited iiniong tlulr suiiPerllierj In Ihe same linciiitlal manner Ihar. eh iracterlze'. their pre mium dlsirirmilnn last, winter. The fggieeate valnu or them premiums Is ovir elll.tW. Ainnug thee urn; Two Tlireshing Machir.cs. Fciip Vaocmn Thirty Piovvs. Ono Piano. Two Organs Fivn Gold Walchas. ?.00 Sllvar Watuhcs. SO Sv!ng flaclii .os. S livrware. lion 'Ini'd cohl, etc., etc., and in nj sin II. i' prciii .li.iii. 1 i f w i .nil be klvell to oil' cllb-i i ! e'. I'.w r,v Mib'iliier gels a premium, a ul nil luve n i ,11.11 clu iiv i.i. tliube't i.e.niiiuij. 'A'a '.'lilil Kti her,, a fe'.v ael:ri,w,i ilir-nents fr. m tlm pnitliM w.i ) ivceivi'il tha larger pro- iiiiumt last, year: I'Lvsioein, Xnn., Oclolirr.1, ISfi TotlicOmalialiciii.'u.! fciKx Mnr tli iitkK for tlie tli-rthlnir niT-liln" r ilrew lnni Mureti licuncnllrl l.taiul in un"l indci. . 1 leuc cu unc for It, I I rail ,111 for l li-r in ictiln i rv: 1 '"ir pht l wi ll win Hi ileit wu ilollnri wllle out tl.r rrcmluui. Vcr rinpcittully. .. A. II. 11 All vk v. Taiu.l- lioci:, 1 uwngo Co., Neb., Oct. 3, Killtor Oiimli.i Uei'i iti'niei'm -in ..ij. iu-.' I'liiiiri ii, it,., .'itmiviiiii. Twlue llliiitrr, iirrlnil In i-'-ii.I llnic. 1 tell )uu Ha uatunncr. I have ulri.'Jity tiu.ii(uil aa iniieh ra two mnclituoH eoulil cut rur tliu cuinliiK nnnit, mi 1 mum lake tlei lire iipiln nltlitlie fuml liopn of cctiltc nnotliiT prize, itrcep '")' eierlnntn;; tlintilcK. and li Hem iiiu In be our cteiniilty ul ul leiiti ua Imiir 1 Relation n prcuiiuin. r.. i iinnc Tallin Hock, Ael). Cuiuii llAi'tnf, Neb., Oct.ao,lW. lliTinlift Vllliltihlni- l.'n.t Dt-Ai: Siks Too urnU parlor orpin iiwordeiline lit tin- dlitrlbiiltim of I'liu llce'a prumluina ciiina lo li.iiul tiiKuoJ vli io, nuil l liuflii!y. It li m lino an Iuki ruiiiuni nn i tier w in uu, .ii-m. i ii'wu hi;. cent tlie tlianK of an hutnlito tiller of thn mil f.irlMo Mail'. I am well plcam ilnltti I be Ueminil tliu plln clplea li iiilvncftlei., ami tbtuk It I' wonU4 I.i any man wiiniiiii nn) ,ieiiiiuiii. kuiu ninny p,ii j, i,n. tlmi'an liuiuliiiKi uu wilt iniMT tret II," lnil I tola. Uiem mlourf i.. IdUnut fret, they befit nn . Vouu truly. M (. Ilt'iian.v, Klmwiiuii, ' aia ro Keb,, JjlyT.'sj. neerublMilf k Co.. Omihn.eli.t , (. ri.mif ni llii. tijwlnu machine nwanlcil to mc lit vourilUtrlhutlim ul pr enia but March waa re. cell ej .luue 'H, tur wh'ca you will iccelic my tlunkt nnil tlutt "if my finullr. Ibu tnach nu (rlye peifci: .itlnrieilnn nnilU a very lino pivient. Iluplni; that 'I Im Ilee may rei elvii ll.e Kencnil patromxe of tin) iiiniiiliiin Uiolr nut.ioten oig in. 1 remain jouraie M eilfuily, l.i.nKR huH'AKK H ht. Ulenwiiup, I.i.. November 1J, lSirj. Oinilial'iilillHhln o.i The ihtcuhlnt; maelilne awnnle.! me nan Mibtcrlbor of tlin onuili i l. eeWly lice li n been iluly iccotviil. 1 ham ueil It nil eam anil It una Klmi Itnoil tuif Mellon tuullniy ,'utrinn. In eiery limtimi o pcrinua i w ii nnvo u.iii um iii.ivu ni' im, i1 i.ii'iw,M u i. i..n I liilmve their lliiubli.Kiloiin rn-vr jear with Ilie tuuiu inacniuu. m.umij, A c" boonc. IUi.i.a.v, Ia,MaySi,IVJ. llrcrubll!i'r,;''n , (mnti.i cli.i The Iti'iei hev.1, u in icblae tlirl i'4 nitanli il nie nn Nn. liJifln ur ilUtilbuitiv, of .Minlhlc.i o ilu ly to haua ami Iu" proieil all thrt you rermiinierAeil it lu be, ,ec, 1 1 iuv klujere tli.ir.kn, ninl If 1 1 rn ndit iicnllier Hi c in the linte iv.nin Hull. iiIivihh i rrlien hereon Wcliunlnyof eutli iieek I trill cheerfully iui m, 'ia iraly, li. T. COOIIRIN. lUnv.Miu, Keb., Nor. 'it, l??t Omaha Publlhln Co.: ., , , , UiisTBi tlie .u. ncnoklr.iif o.o I drew m your rriiin um iiMwiuir i ii .v1"? " 'i""", , ' "1 Itoml ouilllli'ti, l htull Hininilui,', furvhleh plenno I iiccept u.y th.inkM. Mum lnio tha lien iinntlier 1 ear! Very teiiienirully. J.Ullesn:. IUiioam, Ku.,Sept7. Pee lub-,Cn, Omaha, K'b.i , , , IlKAithliti-lho No. a American (Irlmler, a a men In in ennui a flute I and well 'leeil IIh It, 1. .... . ..... 1 1.... . ...! ..,. ,u nn I rir.iknortti-. 1IIIIJ I! lti,ll!u mi i. v.. w.. 1 " . ii ., Vnuri, JniiN.I. Mrril. Sample copies ot t ie pen will bamal'edfn loaiiyaddrehSiiiiil eac'i lfiic has ftillprfinl um hit. Kvery nibaerlber who prepays for one year, prior to t'ebruarv 2-ith will ieilvti one a thu I'retiilunu iiubllshed hi eur list, Tlio iiiliferiptlon nrleo id tho Weekly Bee, Is two dollais per yiur. Tlio p'emlum award will bo mode on March Bd. There will iosl lively be no postpone, mint. Address all re tiiltUurcH or ordcrb for saiuplo cosies to 'J HE KEE i'lJIlMHIllNU t'O., OMAHA NiniltASKA. I'orsopBl -.Mull onl). Tms Voltaic Belt Co., Slarslull, Mich., v.111 feud Or. Dye'. ColebraU.il Eleetio-Voltc Belts and Electric Appliances on trial forthli. ty days to mtu (youug or old) who aro af rtlctcu with nervous debility, lost vitality anfl kindled troubles, fuaranteelng spocdy and completo restoration pf heulth ud manly vlf,' rr. Address as above. N. H. No risk Uln. turred. as thirty day's trial l ii1'oti1 Ladies cv cnlidicu's booti iK thooa cannot run over If Lyon's l'atent Heel Ktllfencru are used. Bpralns, bruises, stilt Joints, minis.'sealds, audrheumatUm are reluivcdhy Unclo Barn's Ncn'o and UoiioJdnlnii'nU Bold by Druggists, ItunniNo's iiu-i-Ufcuiyu um ,i'uved Its efllel eucy by u teat of 78 v ara' emitant Use. Try It. Of all tho paths that lead 'to iv. wo man's lovo, pity's tho slraiirlitest. fc For thick ln-ad', heavy, rtoniaeha, tlllouticia, Wella' May Apple I'llU-calharile. it) and !Ke. N'Jilding the hiuvd iloes not juako the boat to row.ifin'SiH (tiu'IIq provurh. Losk Jack-. Mo. Host. 14. 1S7U. I hivo been uslnif Hop llltteni, and havo received t,rrat benefll from them fer liver complaints ana maitirtai revcr. lltcy aro klinciior in iui uim i niiiucinea. I 1 1. M. ilAKN-3. Cm if. terns'. Veil.. Auzult 9. 1ST2 lleoPubllihlns Co.i Mint Tlm' aiilwu'l 'viistnn awar let to mo at your illHtrllmlhmi.f Mmrlillh, US), wa reeelveil July :llt 1SS1 Itioje wiio hiviiaecn it proiiuuiieu II a pel feet wapiti In tery top ct. I'leait iccept my lii.iuv Hun!;. You ciiu count hid lutiou of thu Lice at luoisr.tlt iiiiitlimiuooly. I icuuln, yoitrfrtenl, J.r.LnMI, The Ilnd and 'Worthless arft never imtlnlnl or rmmtfrMM. Ttua la en hccl&lly true of a family medicine, and It is poeltlv proof that the remedy (miuM Is of the highest ralue. As soon as It had been tested and proved by tie whole world that Hop Bitters was tho purest, best ami most valuable family medicine on earth, many Imitations sprutiff up ami beifan to ileal the notices hi which the prci.1 and people of the country had expressed the merits of H. II,, and In every way trrlni; lo Induce sufferltis Invlllds to use their stutl Instead, expecting to make money on mo creillt and iraod name of II. II, Jlanr others started nostrums put un In similar smc to 11. II. With variously devod nnrnei In Which the word "Hon" or "Hutu" m inr.l In a way to Induen pcoplo to believe llioy were the satno as Hop Hitter.. , All such pretended remedies or cum, no matter what t lirlr Atv! or name If, nnd especially thoee with the ttord "Hop" or "Hops" In tlielr name, arc Itnltn I lom or counterfeit, ileware ot thein. Touch none of tlx m. I'm nfithlnif but (.cmilne Hop Hitters, nltli n bunch or cluster of irreen linn on the white label. Trust nothing -sc. Iiru'i'. irjits and d alep art wsrtiedagalnM deslliiL' In Imitations or counterfeits. Try new bii.mi t....niy loimcoi "Dr. U,.n,iild f'.ttupt' .,n,l I'l. .mil.. IIIIU nr; wortlt their elbr In ijuld In in nous ti 1 sick headache." I)r. II. II. Hrhllchter, of Itnl lltuore. Thoufahil.rtipiintlioisdmlaoIbiitltiM ,f Car inline, niteiulfirlv ill ..it rirfnf iH.lr,.tA,i ... 1,... been sold iitul from nil over the land comes one tiulvctsal try, "C'arbol tie asuowluiprotedaiid ii iiecmi, is tne nesi nair rejtorer ever used. Sold by nil drtUTrl'ts, PAi'Ts'-!'.--; I i.i . ., .. AUernert. lVnhlnition. ILL'. Full InMructlom and leindlwok of 1'menta aent freo- nasi MAS PROVED Tlio SUREST GUaE for eCIDPJEYDaSEASES. rjoeaalamo b-ke'e or dlnordeivil m-luo Inell- ente that vou ara a victim t Tlltf DO HOT, iusuzvatei mo juaaey-vvort at onoe, (drui; elalaTeeoirtnecitlUar.il It wlllrpoedlly ovir mud thj dlaoo and ret tore healtlvraeues. RrlirCi 1 or esmnia in voeuuar nCIVCI. tarour Her. meliuilfll-i md ivra'ameve, lltdney-Vert la unx.1rrat.3cd,1 in It will net rrciaptly and lafely, EltherBcx. laeeaUnenei.rctffitloi of urine, brle'x rtnat frrsryd-ponln, and dull ilra,-jrfln: pains, e.11 rpecdily yi IdtolU curative power. 101.D uy ai.Ii muooiaTS. VriiwOl. rj-nrxT;ijiin.iHrrjjrirtPrt-g.uTj li inu-vv;..! v.Tn ra 1 n 'is 111 Itetiieiueer 1 11 n t atamlna,ltal mer ry, Hie llfi'-prl-clple or whatever you nay clito'e to (ail the rctfitent power ulilclihattloiVnlrai the rauiraufdlieaio and denth, la thu prand anfruui-d of he. Ilh. Ittathcmr rlaen of the buiniin fiitucm. nnduiicn It iiaxeawialt.lhetruo pollry l t. throw In telnforccircnta, tu other or, a, when ruch nn emerneticy ih'I ur4. roinuienee h ruuraeof thrlllltera. l'or am bj I)ru. Ktata nud Dealerr, to wboin apply for our Almanie Oi. m bi.t a rjitnar; ratcsir? ( for nil tlisenson of thn Itldnoyo and ' 7il-fuiiin.-LnQieUoiieii tliu cieit KisortAot Al nrrnn, cnnb'Jtc It to U.roir fir trp'.Uty and 5j tntctxi, itiTUUI-.UnJ thohei'.thr ri3Uonor ti.0 Ude. and by kcplnc tlio bowelu In rrrni ecnuUvun, or eiii i itir'.-ulircir-air.. at raicrin. iryoo aroaussrui: ironi - 3 lies'! tho t'hillf nrel .cy..cp"-.c-'on.'!tlmttiI,lUdna.Y-Wi-rtN lUtuc-jr ii!liuioa..lo.uicl'i7 ouxe. In U' Ski.a.T t- diirtoi rt .U". cvjry ono 1. " el iVm.l -'CU, i cee.'te of It. u- ft'tr. y pr.utioir.Tr. prtcci. mm llJ& ratea mm r? ira i m m knv; 'i Mm rn rifi'aL3ri.ivj:itTMi;i mi. 1 ,,. n'j, t :."2m....i .iiuinr-i..iiiji.Lny ,, Cimj.7 Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pimnlos and Fa.co GrubnA tniotohos, Soils, Tumors, Toi-i tor, unniors, ssaic uuiarn.v Scald iri.:d. Soros, j1f?rf.rr.-inij JOisnssos. Famala 1Vezl:ucssy Suwd Jnvsnlaritios, Dizzinexs.i iLost, of Appetite, Juandico, Affections of tho Livei Indi gestion, Biliousness, Di'spcp sia and (ianaral Debility. A cnui-.i ef Rutii'clc Wood Wtyn will ntlify tha moil ait -ptk.d itui It l 1I14 Giejief 1 Uiii. .1 ejriacr t.u 4111. b.,1.1 1 y 1111I11 tnerlellerl every ltert. IJiieitliinl lu elvvu lauuael. 1'HICk Jti.oo. KOlftR, MUEll iNC0., Prop'i, CuSa's, N.Y. rraHrrjMirimrmiEi.bJU'.iBitraffia 6 mm l o I of O J? MiGlTON APPLMCB G9 TIIEfiHEATGERViic. REMEDY FOR PAIEC RnlleTftiarKleun ' 1 ItllEUJIATJWi. Nournlftln Sciatica, Lumbago. UAt'KAUlK, HEADACHE, TOOTHAOJIK. S0P THROIT, (4UI-VSV,liWU.w. NI'HAINH, Sorenesi, Cuts, Drol, l'llOSTJIIS, tll'UXM, NCAlUl, AnA aUrthrtlOll1rac.M nnd iwtns. riFTT CENTS A BOTT' K Holt hjrlll)nnntlstroyJ Ii in ra. lilnvtluna Id 11 liilicunnes The Charles A. Vogelef Co. !), rn, . tnnruaatXl lltllnin r.h. S. ?MJlW'rrijwi,i i;n ..I Uliiii!;;i!ii3il 5 ' li ,air'TW1i'lir: 'Mil. razz:. Ji.r .t 1 1 -- 1 1 ri iirnni i lJlglllUlllg .Hay Knife! (WEIMOUIIVS PATCN7. ,A,nrd-l"r rttOnlerofitirlt" 'Jclbcsrra'r.ihlt'.tlrE.lBW). Vnaninrihd lh Httt Irir.tin id lb Inn mi' jinl I til t.lil.,1 1 lu l'lilluliliihin. in tern, nnd ao ciptcil by llieJinli; am crrr::J3 iz n'" o:nss r.;;rr n: -:s. It la Ilie I1MT KMl'Ktnllie vntiLti In rut 1 IM ii rnfrniri Nile, tnrulilti'tli v iWnrarAlK, tieuinii-K tin: lor finl.nr In 1 tit 1-1 11. iiii.I tin- n fiiuil i.ir i iii.nirf ' ui uiii-iiliti; In mnnli. nud tiutlldif i.u am fr 11 uu , inviT. 11 v.u.t.rw vol. M.iiilii..itiii, il null by mRA!.UIOLT-SCO,EastVi!lon,KTc.,U.8.A. ro; ti'.oty Uirl-rro H:r:bi-t: ul ,U t::it c::i:::ir. VW MIHSBOIASVErjCEPir 4 .--r-.-i-iCi niueaterl atnl 1 nt t'.nil i-ni er now a-vjit to our intui '"I lmt the tnrlher .Nnrlti M eiU nto i-fiiiti tlieenrller llieli ttlfidiiel illl lie." Mi VVm.lli r tiila year a full I1.0 f btaiulO!-,il'..tiii.-, truol'iluine, -r wnen ,1' ir l.in'i j ... et. u 1 u ei d l:liii)hirtii!n.uit,Uh'.tci!iifii.ni0 t 1 .iiri.'ab i.ue,ia'dti 1 1" uimi irherilian I r . V .i.-e.ir North HL.r. .01 lientoomr' .It. 'fc lead ninl lor I miller lie ,.i-.l 1 1 a-.y 01 u."ii - il, Ut. Ukh. mots, e.. in, a finlliuean JJi-.-orivt', iJI I JirruMtti 'if ru 1 f. 1, . V. ,M 111 11 fi r illicit i--n'l- alu-iiv uri hand I r hirlu,r nr iVtl -.om -r. fl.i Annual I'lftflni'iift . I" ,V. AI. M I "NY. I.I', riiivi'i-.uiiuilrr Julivi r. i.l,iiiil..iHiin. ,un;tj.-iJi;i: rr-ir-iif MtiHi, Tual) .laT'tv sT-Sk, Ana a:iln' a- V".JW ffii'VAK for .n. t,i: i.f (il, : i'iut -j.r 1 1. .....r., Vftf UP tfi r.tonlma, Iniin- f ;.- y . 4.L! -ii.ey,iini"".l'l- J '1 t, ..f.V.l'y a eeontiiicj of , -.J A- :'V,:n: of tn.ji.or. - - riy'wv ' tuile. r-.ln In Um ElinftK Ti.!'.ii' uc,inin'.io iifTJit 1 AXIS Vtfhia, ivein itur-i Old and niauy cjiirr t.tiui l. it l'-i ' te-taolty .r''iinn-.-iip.loi mdnrre-AMuic Ori.ve. . ue'rui' 1, irtlcul.ut .11 11 ir o-.ami.lei., wotub v.iH",rti. r.i.er.d f.- iiitir.a'.ltoeveri-iiae ff'tiir e-..pi,ii iiwnantirtrii4r . llll !WHHSrflBBB'8r.i an 1 j'JjilMji'JI jrLBnut)j Trai'jpf,,n,i3 a'- tipireiutiM.d1. ttii'l" n-ld by ml iriKitlfk hi li pur . 1,,.,,. ri''i- -, -iT't rat."tai"for I' ' l."i c-irfree ny '." mill 1.11 lie r el ,1 ul 1 iu I'l'i-i-l, by a ''. 'alai; M- ThU CUAY M0'C!H CO. IJtdla's. N. ; 7' Cur" -;a&t n icTi onu 'loi Mill t'l" It- u.ortt. i)n . .l Account tj 1 i.-iuntrelit., v. l.uve lilo-i'i-i! -h- '1? lo-- Vtii..ji 1 : .lie n.lv C-l'U'nr i "I I l ill l).n.!.iu., for alio tn Hen Mnlnoby t.. II. llm'i ws?seHT-a aLa3 Clenn-ot 10 ::ov.'iMnnd inirltytho Ulooil, euro llil'oe nttael.s niitl Rlvuhenlthy ur tlvltytothe Mver. A few do-es tiikim In tho Bprin.: nnd Tnll will prevent i.erloua slekncin. E. PCr'SiSETT, Agent, ava I'eiii'i Mr,, 7'cvv vorit. mm mm ft 1 v I 1 1" i 1 1 'nn o "ii itM . .,ia ii "1 1 111 uiWi 'i.i .1 I i" rn.lt. t j 1, i 11 1 .1 1. iMi.ft.Kj ui 1 ii.", cu.rir.-- 1.1 i ,11.1 l I -t.'K JJn J1i t idv 1 tturittnt mt r,t t! t 1 rs ttir vort tni ltnio ilierl.uro fatt-a 1- 'o - 'ifurn ii him Mifrinn-uiMi on I'd I r it mi'.H ) a;mt it I IiKlliu vt 1 y liilitUItd rpmcti. llv : ''' tUi.l V -i 011. -o, H koA .mlM.irn 1 llt-ii, Mt'I I w tit nii 4il lrfi lr II U I.ihiT. IfilWrlSt .NWlorlr BlJ!Tr tj I'm in 1 t. . 1 1 .' j,-tiL -,,'n trj iv91.u.;uj: .iti I 3J i!rfi' fswnmriOT COiWPAWY. MGliTIC fflSOLSS! WHAT T LY DO. Iniilnle tlio I'det IVoiii Ilie cold, itnmp eui'th. unit lhn in-evenl (Ii nliti-iiolloii uf tlm iiumKIvii I'orue J'l-om tli liody. (It'iicrut.liy Ihelr M.W1M-.TU) AiTIO. uu nirr i-iilili wiii-iiilh ninl lniite titfiitnat t Oljll PKKT. S.eni-i iirrA'ct cli-iiitntlon In th) I'lJI'.T 11111I I.OU'int I5X TltKMlTII'.H, rui'i'iiChllhltilnii ninl rt iiinfa nil nniiiitiir ul lieut, iireilrittliin, ut'l'lnr, mill Under- ne.. uf ihe n:i:r AMi.tMCLiw. Kxert 11 1 rmuiiil'tlnir mill Invlx iiriitlnii In ntience iiiMin III-entire .jneni 'rilllOl'ntl inii'ituvi:i) jiu.'iMTiu;v. ovoiil, i-. Hi ve, ninl In .muoc ii..h !lrIli; Jtheiiuiatltiiii. NVniiilulu, 11 nil liliulnil ill rim e. In nil forma at Chronic mti! N'rrvoiia Ilia. CiiHt-a mill Kelilllty lire Invuliittlilc. One IMllr lif llir Slnunl llc Ininli'H III il in n.trilt tli.' ttulh ul" Ihme oiiilin.. I'rlc, 01 per' itnlr.. Ni:.l OUItlti:.MIY UU HTAMI'S IX r.V.TTI'.U AT (IXTIt UINK. 100,000 prnrnliviit I'm Id nHr tr I'll v ii','iiiL-uifi 11 1 ni.-tn in. ixnf,r.H rou, BALK lIVAhli l.liAIIIXil llltVOGI8TN. THOUSANDS OF PERSONS . Am now wrlthlna In UUrntV, all fif whom date tho cuntraetlon uf their iHrroirnt XuUdJca (rvin 1 tliccatehlnt; nf ' cold from DAMP OR OOLP FEET. "Keep the fi'l'l wiinn and the head Cool," la an ni fum 44 iilil.n tlm IiIIIh, nil yet It Is true to-day aa fit any peUM lii the mnld'ahhmn y. Inrnli'.a tent poa fM on rgeelpt Pf II rer patr. To fiinlllea.Ciialraloi'M. Btute aim vimled and whether for lady or ttentlenmn. Aiwata wauled In oycry tniviu jtrSciid for Ultt.lrutediupcriljMnRflagf Ma-, nellC Al'piianceti turn ui n uu iii-. m ...u ,, vt.u HI, St.. Rliic ! lift BAb rlJUCE 1 Wl T I 1. r , .J- 't- . I- .1:. .1 ( . if ' '.u)i fl ; u ' .Ml item Kl! 1 t, 1 -I- 111. H t . 1 4i.n. :, .ut'i-ttjU' ') A, T"