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REMEDY FOR FAIN. BalnmulMM. EHEUMATISM, Neuralgia. Sclatioa, Lumbago, ,-. iubicet, looraiea, SORE THROAT, QUIKST. 8WKLLIXQ8, PBAIHS, Senna, OatalriievL FROSTBIT K8, BCKHB, ICALM, A4mU MSr & HTTT CHTI i BOTTll ' Bold bT 11 DraftiM. m4 Mn. Dinstioas la 11 lancaafas. Is CkulM i.7ftff4tt C, g mi.ToitCi,) B.wlswa, V. S. A. The Greatest Blood Purifier, This Great German Medicine la cota-M V posed ox xcnow uoct, wanantt6,i ttenuan, .uanacuou, f iimpe ries. etc, combined -with, the Ex tract of Sulphur, whica makes it the ureaicss. -41000. onm known. Do not ever take - BLUE PILLS or arsenic, they are deadly.. Eld fiace your truss in suir ncr are ox oraer se SUL. t-3est ana oes FHUR BIT rmade. i. If you IsYowTcngMCo. are iick, no what ail you. use with a veuow- sucn substance? Is Tour 11117 U breath foul and of fensives lour atomrjoa. v-i until tou aon IS out or oraeroja maMa to w.lt nr nnA QTTT.PH1IH. - - r T I rVSyl liRSCwai cum you, Sulphur, Bitten is ropy, ciouay. e Invalid's IHetid.fi or mgn-coi- orear young, tha aged and tot-! IT IS tcring are soon made well by ta use. -fiemember what tou I read hero, it nay save your! e. is nai savea nun area, a t wait until to-morrow, Try a Bottle To-Day I A. P- Ordway & Co., Chemists, Mass., Bola .Proprietor Zor U. iuui Canadaa. . , jf i A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOIUX. From tha Boston Globe Metre. EtUtort . The abor Is a good likeness of Mrs. Ifdia E. Pink bam, ot Lynn, Mass., who aboveall other haman being may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman," as some of her correspondents lore to call her. She Is zealously devoted to her work, which Is thevateoma of a life-study, and Is obliged to keep six lady assistants, to help her answer the large correspondence which doily poors in upon her, each bearing Its special harden of suffering,. or joy at release from It. Qer Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not evil purposes. I have, personally Investigated it end am satisfied of the truth of this. On account of Its proven merits, it Is recommenced and prescribed by the best physicians in the country. One says i "It works like a charm and saves much, pain. It win cure entirely te worst form of falling of the uterus, Leucorrboea, Irregular and painful Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and TncerationFloodings, all Displacements and the eon sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to the Change of Life." It permeates every portion of the system, and gives new life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency, . destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weals. ' ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, ' Hervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indigestion. .That feeling of bearing- , down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by Its use. ' It will at all times, and under all circumstances, act, in harmony with the law that governs the female system. . It costs only il- per bottle or six for 85-. and is sold by druggists. Any advice required as to special cases, and the names of many who have been restored to pexfeat health by the use of the. Vegetable Compound, can be obtained by addressing lira. P., with stomp for reply, at her home inlna, Mass. - For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound la - unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show. J. t i;. ' - " Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one writer, are the best irv the world tor the core of Constipation, Biliousness and Torpidity, of tha liver. Her Blood PuriHer works wonders iu its special line and bids fair t equal the Compound in its popularity. ; -." .;.- All must respect her as an Angel of Mercy whose sokt ambition is to-do good to others. ' Philadelphia, Pa. ; f &). . , ' Mrs. A. M. D. , 83 A SURE CURE for all diseases of the Kidneys and ; 1. 1 VER " It has speciflo action on thia most important organ, enabling- it to throw afftcsradlty aad InarHon, stimulating the ftm Jthy aco tton of tha Bile, and by kesplntf tha feeweaslrrfxa condiUonenVrtlngitaTnladlsoharre.t 4 MalariaiJSssSraeS are Ullona, dyspeptic or oonstipated, Kidaey Wort will surely raliav and q.Ulakljr our. . In the 8prlng to cleanse the 8ystm. mqr on should take a thorough course of it. - l- SOLD BY DRUOCHSTS.rNrloeT 1 . 031 DYES. 8SEV8f Ma. i S3-FOB BILK. WOOL, OB COTTOK.a DRKMlAv COAT, f CAR'S, HOODS, YAM STOOftWO, OARFCT B1BBON&V FKATHCR8, fetotfa. ox, .raneyartial. easily, and peoltoany shade. BUak, Brtwa, W Saavlat, CardUal Bed, Ki.TfWt lUewa, eilva Oreem, Tes tt and. 90 the beat colc.s. Yfa(rriandroxahlaA laehpaoJtaga-jriU nseDysa try, th wm Ton wtU b dal'Hted. Sold druggists ramd a lO eenta nd any ooor waited; sen.tjat psM. aohwl sasaplaa andaseta4taasaatfer8o.arm I WELLS, &ICHABJBOK aV CO.. BMX-Ut,Vfc COLD and SILVER PAIIIT. Brorlzti PalnUArtists' Black. . . . yor gilding rancy Baskets. Framea. Lamps, Cliandeliars, and for sJl kinds of ornasaantalwrk. r XqnaltoanyoCtb.hlgli priced kinds and only lOota. apaokaxteaathe druggista,or post-paid from WEaXS, mMXSStH A C Savltectav, P A 'PTTXTHRQ Obtained for new in L XI. I JJiXl L LZy resiJonB.Dr for lmnrnva. Bienta in oia ones, uav eaU, nirmgementa, Trade-Marks, and all patent sasTwess proinpiiy attenuea o. XJtVBNTIONS THAT HAVBBEKN BEJBCTED :-.if ; - - nay'tttll, Tn utoet case, be patented by us.' Being oopeeiite tbe IT. 8. Patent Offlee, and encaged in PA fXNT' BUSINESS IXCLU8IVELY, we can secure patents it t time than those, who are remote from Washington. - . WbeaTllwenlors'Reiid Imodetor aketdt, we aaki aearckJs the Fateut OAIca and!adTiaeaatoitapatea. ability ;maW( o obabb. ,orreapondencecoin. aeniiai ;. aeea Teaeoneote ; ana, inu (JiiAKUlS UN. LESS PATENT 18 OBTAINED . We refer by permission to the City Poetmaate,aad to the Superintendent of the Post Office "MoheJ Order Division in Washington. For special reterwcea.ciiw alar, advice, &c address .. C. A. 8 NOW & Oppositb Patht;Oi-?ic, WasaixToii,J. C. A SCHOOIi-GIBI.S FORTUNE. The last Jay at uchool ! Examination, with its troublesome points and knotty sums was over ; exhibition, witbr. its wmte muslin, rosa-garlanda, and blue-ribboned diplomas, was at an end ; and that Effie Parker knew that she was about to enter on the threshold of a new life. Most firirla rejoice whea this last day of sctuool-- dawnfl-irpott theftty JauiEme was unlike other girls in more respects than one. Effie Parker was an orphan, under the rather reluctant guardianship of a bachelor uncle, and his house was all the home she looked forward to. Other young graduates were talking of their parents and brothers rtud sisters'; even of their pet birds and plants but Jiitne was alt alone ; ? '' j -; "t wouldn t cry I said Jjucy Jirown. bouncing upon her solitude, and throwing both plump arms about her necki "Tell me, Erne, what makes you cry ? ' "Because I am so so lone some !" sob bed poor Effie. "O, nonsense 1" cried Luoy Brown. "Why should you cry ? You might, in. deed, with some show of reason, if you were like me, cooked - to go out as gov erness, and earriyour. bread by the sweat of your brow. I QExt-I haven't -even "an un cle to go to V 1 - Lucy was a short, plump, dumpling of a nn, with brown hair curling in close. short rings all over her head, big blue eyes like those of a china doll, and just enough of an upward curve to her nose to give her -in Indescribable air of sauciness. And she vore gingham dresses because they were cheap, and washed her ribbons in gum arabic water, and darned her gloves until thev were more "mend"- than material. A.hd withal, she wai the most piquant and. most stylish looking little girl in all Mad ame Me tour s establishment. "But I'm. afraid of Uncle Gerald," fal tered .tane -."to be there all alone with aim." "Does he scold?" asked Lucy, sympa- rneucauy, "JN no, r "I'll go but" , home "with you." said Lucy. 'Come! My engagements to teach the tine little boys of Mrs. McManahan doea aot begin until next month, and I'd as bon go home with you as to stay here among we lexicons and JTrench gram mars. . - , '.: i "Darling Lucy, if Vou onlr would !" ex claimed Effie, giving her Schoolmate such a irug as nearly choked her. J , '.'Two of 'em I"-" ejaculated Mr. Gerald vane, dropping his niece's letter in de jpair. Mrs. Caldwell !" "Sir ?" said the trim housekeeper, whose cap borders were a marvel of clear starch ind Italian fluting. , "There's two of 'em coming. " ' "Dear me, sir ! is there indeed?" said Mrs. Caldwell. "All the better, I should ay. The old house needs brightening up a little ; it is as dull 'as a convent. " "And what is to become of my scientific experiments and natural history investiga tions, I should like to know ?" demanded Mr. Vane, indignantly. "Well, sir." conhed Mm f!nMwll "if it ain't makincr too. bold T thi Tile vnn'ni too much wranned urj in thrwa hAAthAninri doings. And two nice little girls to edu, cate and " "Two nice little irfrlB ? Am vnn -mud Mrs. Caldwell ? Whv. mv hiaaa is filch tAAn at least, and the other one Lucy Brown, as she calls her mue,t be as old if not old er." Dear heart, sir,' you're forty-six,and I m ten good years more." said Mrs. Cald well, arranjrincr the folds of th nrimunn damask curtains, "arj.d if these ain't little aprls compared to us; I should respectfully iike to know what you would call them." "Humph f said Mr. Vane. "Dinner at ix, Mrs. Caldwell. " , . Mrs. Caldwell oourtesied 4 and retiW cogitating within herself what she should prepare to tempt the appetites of the ex pected new comers. ; I.HL, 18n t this liiee ." snirl T,nnv Brown dancing about the broad mosaic-paved hall m a sort of imrrronrnfcn VaIoa dear me, what have I done ?" J or her flyrnsr skirts had axiwht. in the top of a large glass jar, and crash ! it came ju me maroie floor. "Dear me." said Mrs. fiaMwell "itanne, tI the- master's chemicals, as h fusses over, like hey was liquid gold. Z iVlil -ne be verv anirrv?" whisnered Lucy. With her evss - likn blna rnarhl while Lme began to cvy, J-iet s run to our room as fast as we can r - she laltered, "Ijefore, Uncle Gerald LAAAUjEft AH UUll, I "No"said Lucv'valiantlv. "Whor is Mr. Vane ? I'll cro ind tell ,him at once. Mr. Vane," as a talli fitrhre' was seeri enter. ing through a side dfobr, "I broke the jar !" "Did you, indeed?, Miss Brown, I pre sume," with a formal', bow, as Effie came timidly forward to' kiss him. ; ' , T "lsn t he handsome." Lncr whistered to her schoolmate,-as they went up-stairs together." . ' ., f ...t .l But he's so stern. lookinff''siffhed Ef fie. '.'Never i mind ; . let's get dressed for dinner as quick as we can, for uncle can't bear to be kept waiting. " , Lucy Brown, whose one dved silk dress reqmrea no long ana painlnl adjustment, was soon avurtxi ana uown. in the erarden. i "Dear me," said. Lucy, "here's a whole box ' of frogs ! Some crunl bov has shut inem up j. u juai; run down to the brook ll TUl aT a.' 'a . . and give them than-: liberty." She - was .proceeding, he n Mrs. Cald well called to heir frfbih the w indow. "Miss LUcy 1 j Miss Lucy J" Off you j go. -frocflries f. Don't, -thev jump charmingly I" Lucy crjed, clapping her hands, as one by one the reptiles piasnea into ineir native elenent. . "What did you jsay. Mrs. Caldwell r The housekeepeW$iered a groan of de spair i, . . . . -t.-t.- .-mv "Mr. Gerald's fwfgs.that he'a been -try ing some scientific -.experiment -with, these iuree aays i sne uttereo. . "Oh, dear," said Lucy, with comical gesture of terror,. '5'vjb been tnd gne and datie it again. I really do thiikl was born under an unlucky sta J" j Three weeks! Lucy -feown rlrmiined a gueac at vane o.au nree ; weeks ol oinmit igated disaster, ' tribalath' and devasta tion. She broke the sash of Mr. Vane's camellia-house j she Jcet. his , pet" Italian greyhound f' she" tipped' a bottle of "ink over an essay he had just completed for the "Savant's Monthly,"1 and' iuihedlhis collection of dried butterflies by aocidently sitting down on them when - they were air ing in the window-seat. Literally: sh,e "did what she ought not to have done, and left undone those things .which she ; ought to have done." , ! 4HowiS'is," Lucy, dubiously, friz zing up her short curls, "that I am Always getting into ' shapes1 and 'Effie here tirA ? What, is vit, : ,Mrs, Caldwell ? Mr. Vane wishes to speak to me ? There ! I knew it was coming." " 'KneW that what was t3omin'g ?'a8kd Effie, blankly. " T ' "He's going to turn me out of doors J He can't endure me any longer,! and I'm sure I can't blamcr him much. - Well. I shall, have to go back to Malame Metour's, J suppose." -;.- - "Miss Lucy, do go to your room first," pleaded Mrs. , CaldwelL ' "Tour curls are all in a tangle, and your mouth is reddened with raspberry-juiou. and here's a rent in your gown a quartev of a yard long, where you've caught it on the sweetbriar bush,' and-" " '. : -J-;--' - " ' " . "Fiddlesticks !" aid tlje irreyerent ru- cy. "I'm . aa bad as . I can be already in Mr. Vane's eyes,, so there's no use in prink, ing. And I'm sorry, too," with a little qmver of thelip, f 'for I' Wanted him to like me just littte, If v. N T O She went boldly mtd the study to face her doom, while Effie Parker sat down on the door-step and began to cry. : "If Lucy goes off to leave me, I shall die of homesickness and loneliness '' she sobbed.-' : ' --!.-: . " It was fully three-quarters of an hour be fore Lucy Brown came out of the audience chamber: V-J : ' It' must have reen an awful loner lec ture," thought Effie, with a shudder. "How flushed she looks I I wonder if she has been crying. Come here, Luly, dar ling, and tell me all about it." Lucy nestled down beside her friend without a word. Was he very cross ?" asked sympathetic June. - . - . .. . "N no, not so very. "Did he scold you ?" "No," Lucy made answer, in a voice so low as to be scarcely audible. ; "Did he tell you you couldn't stay ? "No." "No, no, no 1" ; mimicked Effie, begin ning to be a' little nettled. Ti- "Then do tell me what he did say 1" "He asked me to marrf him." said Lu cy. with a hysterical mingling of laugh and BOO. ' Effie started to her feet. "Asked you to. marry him f And what did you say ?' , rf ? ; "I said, yea." "I never was so glad of anything in all my life!" cried' Effie," ekultingly ; "for now you can live here always. But you needn't expect me to call jou 'Auntie,' for for I shan t. We ve been in too many school-girl scrapes together for that. So Lucy Brown . was "settled in life, much to the satisfaction of everybody, Mrs. Caldwell included. "To be sure, she ain'Ji the style I ever should ha' supposed master Would have taken a fancy to," said the - housekeeper ; ''but there's no accounting for the whims a scientific man picks up ! ; ' Voting Bokps, A town up in NewHam- shire which wanted to build a highway bridge had heard so much of issuihg bonds to pay for such improvements taat a rep rsssntanve was sent to Boston to: inquire how it could be done, and to arrange for it. He visited a broker and stated the case, and the broker rubbed his hands and replied : "Ypu did quite right to come-to mo. In the first place, you must vote to bond the township or county. If you think there is any danger of the project being defeated I can run in 150 or 200 railroad laborers to help carry it." "Is it possible 1" "If yOu want a $3,000 bridge, Vote bonds to the amount of $6,000. You and I can manage to gobble up anything left over.' "Well, I declare !" "I'll place the bonds for you for a com mission. - Then I'll recommend a bridge builder, and make him come down. Then he will sublet "for a bonus, and by dodg ing specifications and working in odds and ends, and using putty to hide the cracks, I think ' "I swan ! but I won't listen I won't I won't !" shouted the representative, and he rusaed out and took the train for home to report that thev h'ad better patch up the old bridge and - make it do for a year or two more. trow street Jsews. - George Alfred JTownsend writes : The ex-Confederate general (Gordon) told me an interesting story about two interviews he held with General Barlow. At Sharps- burg, Barlow wis apparently mortally wounded and fell into Gordon s hands. Gordon took a liking to him and asked if he could not do something for Barlow, "I think not, General," said the young man : "1 shall, be. buried here, no doubt. I do not expect to live. But vou can do one thing for me ; here is a package of letters from my wife which 1 wish you to destroy before my, eyes." Gordon, who was then a young man also, took the let ters and was about to destroy them when Burlow, with a bubble at his throat, mur mured : "Would you take the trouble to read me one of them first ? Any one will do." ..Gordon opened. one of the letters and read it to the dying man his last friendly words.perhaps.from home. Then the letters were destroyed. But the inci dent touched Gordon ., so that , he made a special exertion to have Barlow sent through the lines or to have his wife admitted to him. This being done, the two armies fell apart and these men paw each other no more. Gordon considered Barlow to be dead. BarloW had also seen that a Gen Gordon had been killed somewhere. They met again at a friendly table in Washing ton, but did not xnow each other through the changes of time. After some lapse Gordon . said : . 'Gen. B rlow, are you a relative of that Barlow who was killed at Antietam?" "No," said the general, "I am the same man. Are you any relative, inquired Barlow in turu, "of that Gen. Gordon who was recently killt d on the Confederate side ? "That was my cous in : I am John B. Gordon." The a at the request of the persons who overheard.Bar low told the tale amid tears and emotion on every side. . Sev. J. W. Lame, Philadelphia, writes : have used four bottles of Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial with improvement, until I now think I am well. I take pleasure m com mending it." For general debility the good effects of Yea- etine are realized immediately you commence taking it. : . : . ... For Oil and; ir COOO Dietz Tubular and Richmond Jumbo ,yQ.0f, TDB BEST OIL STOVES EVER MADE. The .ONLY Oil Stoves you can wash and bake with at the same time. ' ; ! - Will oook a dinner 'for : 20 persons in one houf , cpsling'only ftcte.fper hour. Has 16 inches of flame. Has been, thoroughly test ed. Is perfectly free -from smoke, smell anil Aanoar " .' " " "' ' ; '-f--'-- : ,Y ' The EICHMOND JUMBO has top surface , 20x22 inches, fven 12x20 inches, with doors : at each end. It is perfectly, wonderful the ; amount of cooking you can do on it at the cost of only two cents. - "-: : Have also smaller and cheaper Oil Stoves. i ANTHONY ADAMS. THE POLLinriON F STREAMS. Possiblv tha matter will, some time, at tain importance enoucrh to question the present assumption of municipal and oth er corporations of the right to use any flowing stream as an open air sewer. Tn Hartford this aspect of the question nas assumed a serious character. Park river receives the principal portion of the sew age of the city of New Britain, the sewage of not less than ten manufactories witnin the limits of Hartford, and then courses the boundaries of the .Bushnell Park, on which stands the capitol, receiving in its course around the park the emptyings of several of the principal sewers of the city. The result is an open sewer ol tne vuest description in the. heart of the city. In the light of the common law and of recent decisions on this subject, it is possible that a snit by any individual citizen might not lie against the city as a corporation for permitting the befoulment oi tne stream to the annoyance of passengers on the street and visitors to the park. ' A case was racentlv tried in the supreme court of New York, in which the plaintiff sued the city of Rochester for damage to him by reason of sewage poured into a stream that flowed through his land, the water being used for his cattle. The court cava him a verdict for damages. The judge decided that the plaintiff has a right to say . that nobody shall increase tne nat ural flow, nor can he be compelled to take any more drainage thau flows by reason of the natural shape of the land, nor can the poople above him turn . anything into the stream which would not naturally flow there if left to its ordinary course, lhey cannot .increase the area, drained, the amount of the drainage, or send down in to the stream any-, waters or things that would not naturally now there. The Sanitary Engineer, in summing up the common law on this subject, makes these points from authorities : "The fact that the water of a stream has been polluted in a similar way for more thau twenty years, does not confer a prescriptive right to continue it, particu larly when the nuisance results irom tne increase of the pollution. The fact that a town has legislative authority to dispose of its sewage does not give it the right to discharge that sewage into a stream adapt ed for domestic use. " "The fact that a person owning prop erty on the banks of a stream, and : there by owning an interest in the water, does not use the water for domestic purposes and has no desiru to use it, does not pre vent him from bringing an action to pro tect himself against the acquirement by others of a prescriptive right to pollute the stream, and thereby depriving him of his right to receive the water unimpaired either in quality or quantity. The .Eng lish precedents forbidding the contamina tion of streams by sewage are very numer ous, and take the ground that the fact that the preservation of the health of a large city requires the removal of its sewage, and that this cannot be done except at great expense without discharging it into a stream, does not lustily such discharge if there are even but a very few persons to be affected by the nuisance thus created. The city must either buy the ; rights -of these tew persons or compensate them for their violation. ' tywm-.'A . ' Bad temper often proceeds from those pain ful disorders to which women are subject. In female complaints Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Favo rite Prescription" is a certain cure. By all druggists. . . -. A law of congress has just gone into effect requiring each manufacturer of beer to make sworn statements of the ingredients contained in his product and he amount he produces. Intoresting revelations which may be of value to the drmkers of beer are expected. . ."Men often mistake notoriety for fame," but they never mistake Kidney-Wort for any quack medicine. Kidney-Wort is universally recognized as a standard remedy for all dis eases of the liver, bowels and kidneys. A young "business" man who has, turned his attention to agriculture of late, remarked while showing a visitor Jus pinched crops during the recent drouth, that he believed he should "have to get into some business the Almighty has less to do with." 1 . I had severe attacks of gravel and kidney trouble : was unable to get a medicine or doc tor to cure me until I used Hop Bitters, and they cured me in a short time. -A Distin guished Lawyer of Wayne Co., N. Y. Hand-painted parasols are now very fash ionable. Care must be taken not to expose them to the sun. ""Diamond Dyes will color any thing any color, and never" fail.. The easiest and best way to economize. -" 10 cents, at all druggists. Be Youb Own DoctOb, It won't cost you one-half as much. Dp not delay. Send two 3 cent stamps for postage, and we will send you Dr. Kaufmann's great work, fine colored plates from life, on disease, its causes and home cure. Address A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass. . GROCERIES ' At CHANDLER'S. SPICES of ALL KINDS. New Raisins, " From 12c. to 20c. per lb. FRESH GROUND BUCKWHEAT, r Also PREPARED BUCKWHEAT. Bock Maple Syrup at $1 Per Gal. Sugar Mouse - 75c. Best Java and Maraoaibo COFFEE ground to order. new canned: goods. 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' 1 A few copies of cheaper ed ition also on nana. , " Call and see samples; 4jly3m not, life is sweeping by, go and dare hefnre von die. something mighty I and sublime leave behind to conquer time." $66 a week in your own town. $5 outfit free; No risk. Everything new. Canital not rennired. We will furnish yon 'everything, c Many are making fortunes. Ladies make as much as men, and boys and girls make great pay. ' Readers, if you want business at which you can make great pay all the time, write for particulars to H. UAU-fTt Co., Portland, Maine. to THE SUREST. CURE . for consul PTI0H. Inflammation of the Lungs especially If they are naturally weak soon develop into Tubercular Consumption, it is Important to check the disease nt the outset. For this pur pose, Xb. L. Q, C Wishabt's Pins Tubs Tab Cobdiai. has no equal. COUSHS km COLDS are fraught with grave peril. Do not delay, but cure thorn at once with Dh..Wishakt s Pink Trk.il Tab Cobdiai BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. The first-named or these maladies results from the spread of Inflammation, begun In the throat, to the bronchia. Hoarseness, fre quent Coughing and Spitting of Blood are concomitants of Bronchitis. Asthma Is char acterised by parojtvsms of labored breathing, attended with a suffocating sensation. Both diseases' are obstinate, but may be relieved and ultimately cured by using Pa. Wisrabt's 1'ixb Trkb Tab Oobuiai. KIDNEY DISEASE, the Kidneys, is speedily cured by the stimula ting and tonic action of tbla wonderful Modi- cine, wnicn counienwi, an vcuueu;t w 3rlght'sanaotneraMeasmoi tDeseorgana. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE, fl.OO. W ITH PEN AND PENCIL. "No, sir : I don't believe newspaper men are more dissipated than any other class;ef men who earn their living by their brains," Baid Mr. A. H. Siegfrled,Man. ager of the Advertising Department of the St. Paul Pioneer-Press. "Still, those of them who. do desk- work are tempted to stimulate, for its very hard; on the nerves and stomach.' ' 'As for example ,V' , . "As for example, in my ewn case. I stuck to my desk on this paper until my nerves were like a bunch o'f telegraph wires after a gale, aud my stomach kept about as good time as a two-dollar watch. M y friends suggested this and the doctors advised that, but one day I 'caught on' to an 'ad.' of Pabkkb's Tonic, and I tried It. I have never endorsed a proprietary medi cine before, but I shall depart from my rules and say thai the Tonic is not merely tha best thing but the only thing that, breaks up these attacks. All desk workers should make a note of it." '. ;. . Thia preparation, which has been known as Park er's Ginger Tonic, will hereafter be advertised and sold simply under the name of Parker's Tonic. As unprincipled dealers are constantly deceiving their customers by substituting inferior articles under the name of ginger, and ginger is really an unimportant ingredien t we drop this misleading word. There is no change, however, in the preparation itself, and all bottles remaining in the hands of deal ers, wrapped under the name of Parbr's Ginosb Tonio, contain the genuine medicine if the fac-simile signature of Hiscox A Co. ia at the bottom of the ntside wrapper. 20 YEARS I,QOO SOLD I 20 20 YEARS 1,000 SOLD! YEARS l.OOO SOLD! MORE than 1,000 SEWING MACHINES SOLD BY MEDBERY, THE VET ERAN SEWING MACHINE MAN ! 247 WHITE MACHINES S47 WHITE MACHINES DURING THE LAST FOUR TEARS ! . " EVERYBODY SATISFIED ! NOW WE HAVE SOMETHING NEW: THE .LATEST 1MPKOVED iHiTE! First car-load received this week. Most wonderfu mechanism ever invented. Absolutely self-thread- ng. Can be threaded quicker in Egyptian darkness h an any other machine in broad daylight. Noise ess aud. light running. It must be seen to be appreciated.- Don't take the risk of buying a Machine until you have seen this wonderful IMPROVED WHITE, Shall have them on exhibition after the 6th of April in all styles of cabinet work. Also the HOUSEHOLD MACHINE in all styles. It needs no commendation.. It ranks among the beat. YOITRS, J. A. MEDBERY. April 6th, 1888. A . This Man Was Bald, HE USED "Kaliocrine," And now bas a Luxu riant Head of Hair. This is a copy of a correct likeness, taken from life, of Mr. George Mclndue of Middletown, Conn.: after using "Kaliocrine.'' He was perfectly bald, had used various preparations that were highly puffed and advertised ; happening in one day at the drug store of his fellow-townsman, Mr. C. A. Pclton, he told him of his loss and experience, the latter suid he bad a preparation that would bring back his hair if it was possible to do ss, if the nerve cases had not been de stroyed and there was still the least life in the roots or the hair. . . Mr. Mclndue took home a. bottle of "Kallecrine," used it faithfully, and in a short time new hair began to appear. He purchased a supply of "Kaliocrine," and the result is shown in this picture. He would not be without it for twice its cost. Since he has regained his hair it keeps his head fbee FROM DANDRUFF, KXsTPS BIS HAIB SOFT AND GLOSSY, AND KEEPS BIS BEAD AND BRAIN CLEAN AND CLBAB. He will reply to any inquiries addressed to him. The Proprietor has been a druggist all his life and knowshow injurious nearly alt the preparations for the hair that flood the market are, some even pro ducing diseases of the brain after continued use. He takes great pride in guaranteeing that "Kalio crine" contains nothing but what is positively benefi cial to both head and hair ; made from the vert NICEST INOUZDIENTS,' IT IS A LUXURY. Sold by druggists at SO cts. a bottle: There is noth ing else as good, do not take anything in its place. 1 PELTON. MIDDLETOWN, CONN.. ,, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer; - American Cough Drops (liquid) Is the "old reliable' family remedy for all affections of the head, throat and tungs. Keep it in the bouse. - Catarrh ELY'S Cream Bali r ""Ai 1 1 Effectually cleanses the nasal passages ofc- Ca tarrhal virus, causing healthy secretlons.ailay a inflammation, protects the membrane from ad ditional colds, complete ly heals the sores and re stores the sense of taste and smell. Beneficial re sults are realized by a few. appjic ations. A thorough treatment will cure Catarrh, Hay Fever, &c. Unequaled for colds in the bead. Agreeable to use.- Apply by the little finger into the nos trils. Will deliver by mail 50c. a package postage Btanios. Soldbr wholi e and retail druggists. .. ELY'S CREAM BALM CO, Owego, N, PAUKEUIS BALSAII "A beneficial dressing preferred to similar art- Hclti because of its puri ty and rich perfume. It Restores to Gray Hair the Yoatbful Color & prevents dandruff add falling at the hair. 80e. (1. Hiuoxfc Co.,N.Y. fcxctla feu &uwl llwwrr .Xltaeu ta HJt.-uu' ?Ik3to. Ttry lutiag. i o sdor list It. Us ;nro -jc: pit WiOUE&t TON Cologos, lignum, oi tti.-cr i :-. yn en svc;-f lab!. ' S ao4 Ji .U. , t inictltr mk Aild-C B wcrisami mm HAY-FEVCD esal lpJB 1 yfer 1 WZI i To Make ' Fast Walkers. There are two methods of .-'increasing the gait. ' One s by tne use only of fast walking sires of the - heavy draft breeds. A draft horse should have life and action, or else a large pait of his weightis a dead loss.- A horse with four hundred pounds less weight with the proper mental make-up will draw heavy loads just as a medium sized man with grit and ambition will do more work than his heavy, : slow-minded, logy neighbor. The second method of improving the gait is training. A lazy : man invariably has a lazy horse, The horse will adopt his hab its. , A good smart worker does his work easier with more life and energy, and not only that, will wear longer, is less liable to become stiff and contracted ia the joints. Action and life, whether in man or horse make work easier. A la$y man and horse, both work harder to accomplish a Riven result than the horse or man with action, ue ana energy. i . , i ' When T. C. Hunter of Huntingdou.Pa,, saw a stone tod large for him to move on the railroad track near his home, and hard tne roar of an approaching passenger tram. ne went crazy with excitement. He suc ceeded, however, in stopping the train, butwitnnot a foot . to spare. This was three months ago : He lost his mind through the act, and has just died a raviDg maniac. - T IRED ALL OVER. What Rested and It e freshed a Weary man an uaempme. 'No. It never amounted to an acute Daln. but con tinued to be a dull weary ache in the small of my oaca:," writes jnr. dames l uoma ot no. e juadlaon-st.. Memphis, Tenn. "This was an old experience, and life became dull music. I was tired all over, with Duia in the lower limbs, and a habit of lying awake of nights. Keceutly 1 tried one ot Benson's ','apcine Porous Plasters and was decidedly relieved witliln twenty-four hours. It may have bean Providence that did the work, but I give the credit to Benson's Porous Plaster." Mr. Thomas' reverential idea does him credit, but Providence works by agents, and among them Benson's plaster ranks first aa an external rem edy. It acts quickly in relief and healing, and renders life better worth living. Price 35 cents. Look in the middle of the flaster lor the word UAfClNJC. Ask youe physician about It. - HeaDnry et, donnson, uaemists, new lorg. m A TTT? 'ru Werld Watch Ntatien XXAk.XJ ery Package is the fastest selling article in the market. Contains 1 S sheets Note Paper, 18 Envelopes, Pencil, Pen-Holder, Pen and a hand some piece of Jewelry. Retail price 93 ctnts. Four dozen for Stt.OO. A watch guaranteed with everv lour aozen you oraer. for a cents, in one or two cent postage stamps, we will send a complete sample package, with elegant Gold Plated Sleeve Buttons, Gold Plated Studs, Gold Plated Collar Button, Hand some Watch Chain. Gold Plated King and elee-ant Scarf Pin. Register large amounts. 48 page Illus trated Catalogue of Guns, Self-cocking Revolvers, Telescopes, Spy Glasses, Watches, Acordeons, Vio lins, Orgauettes, Ac, free. Write at ODce to World nanniaiiurinr o., rju Ml l'l'IP lv Nassau St., New Torlt. -N LI X XKjJh WriuM's Mai YeEMe PDls Secure Healthy i action to the liver and relie vall bil- isious troubles. f"oly"veeUuV;V8 Griplag." "jcrlca ISs. All Era-r!iit. INTERNALLY OR EXTERNALLY "HViorks Like a Charm." RESUME'S il wars Is aot a creasy or sticky aubstancef bnt CXEAN, delicious snd safe to so by everyone. THE BEST Buh Mixing MAGIC OIL Cures SORETHKVfC ICoughsjColosJ RHEUMATISM, HOUSEHOLD REMEDY quuKDuutWiJ SmiK$J3aesi No matter what the natare or naasrnltude of ths disease t It errapples with It at once, and, if the patient ia within the Headache. fTOOTHACHEkC.1 25AB0TTL. tSaUwDRUBannJ reach of human aid, instant relief and apermanent core are the result. All internal Pains, Aches and Affections, however violent, disappear before it AS IF BY MAGIC ! r j f Trial Size, . Mediant Size, L-arce Blze, 85 cts. .'.,. 60 eta. ; 9100. - Sold by Druggiets.Grocers and Dealers in Medicine LATEST PROVED FOR THRESHIHQ&CLEAniMQQRAin and SAwiHt. wnnn. Aotaowledsred by all competent Judges to be the most Ina- easy draft, Quantity and quality of work? and auraouity. Hena for 48-pi full description and terms. durability. Send for 48-naarej P.mi-hM ' !rma, VUHK. Address A. Wp G R AY'S SONS. MIDDLETOWN SPRIHC3. VT. OINJOISJR, JBOOXSLIS. v - .. NOT Books or Magic, but choice, classic literature, at prices so low as to make the old-time book-buyers WONDER, About T " f - 1 I . or half a'tnaiion I tJT ', CJjTl " valumes npw ready ; sent anywhere for examination ueiure payment, on eviuence ot gooa iaitn. nui sola by dealers prices too low. 68-page Catalogue free. - JOHN B. ALDBN, Ppblisheb, 18 Veeey-st., N. Y. TTNKIPE I FBDIX, Impure Water, Unhealthy V Climate. Unwholesome Food, Malaria, Epidemic and Contagions Diaeaees, Cholera Morbns, Cramps, Pains, Indigestion, Colds, Chills, Simple Fevers, Kxn hsnsbon, Nervousness, or Loss of Sleep that beset the traveler or household at this season are nothing- to those protected by a timely use of Sank-rd's Gin obb, the delicious and only combination of Imported Ginger, choice Aroraatios and Pure French Brandy. a" wi woruneea -ginger" said to oe as good.' Ash for 8awfords Cinyer. Hold everywhere. AS 1 A and upwards can be invested in a address C. G. STODDART A CO., 140 Bo. 8d Si.. Philadelphia, Pa. ii h ws m- mi Lay h tsatiUL CCODDDinig f (For 1, g or a Horses.) fe-rAj91""1 Sathdiactery Machine T"VcliV!l. ta the Market. Hi "yHAT MltS. BRUCE, Of 33eraat-t.,Sprlnr'ield,mas.,says Jtat ber Husband's Sickness, and What finally proved a Meal Been X Him Words of an Affection ate, Clood Wean an. Mrs. Bruce says : "My hnsbani is an employee In the United States Armory in 8pringfleld- He has for years been a terrible sufferer from billons sick head aches. Ue bas fearful attacks of this kind. Some times they will come on him every week or so. He has never found any medicine which would give him any permanent relief or prove any pieventlve against these severe attacks until be tried Dr. Kennedy's FA VORITE REMEDY. He has reci-ived the greatest benefit from its use." The testimony of Mrs. Bruce is like that of hundreds of others, who say : "I pro cured a bottle of Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY, and used it with the best of results. I have no moro headache or pain in the side. Indeed, the medicine seems to have an almost magical effect, and I feel very grateful for FAVORITE REMEDY. Dr. Ken nedy Is glad to recommend his medicine to all who are suffering from sick headaches resulting from any of the above causes, for It Is a. sure, positive cure. To keep the Ulood Fare. Is the principal end of in veu'lons and discoveries in medicine. To this object probably no oae has con tributed more signally than Dr. David Kennedy, of Sondout, N. Y , In the production of a medicine which has become famous nnder the title of tha FA VORITE REMEDY. It removes all impurities of the Blood, regulates tha disordered Liver and Kid neys, cures Constipation, Dyspopsia and all diseases and weaknesses peculiar to fiimales. Sold by your druggist, $1.00 a bottle. CARRIAGES ! ESTABLISHED I W. H. SMITH'S CARftllCE MANUFACTORY aad DEPOSITORY, 2 Park-si. , Springfield, Mass. 100 CARRIACES IN STOCK ! All Grades-Lowest Prices. Large stock of Second-hand Carriages. Baptin t VOHDERFUL SUCCESS! LEWIS' RED JACKET BITTERS, A PURELY VEGETABLE PREPARATION, i t Contains no Mineral or Poisonous Sub- atani-Afl. A Knrtt Cure for t Fever and Ague and Malaria. A Sovereign Remedy for LIVER & KIDNEY TROUBLES.! FEMALE DIFFICULTIES In young" or old married or single, yield readily to this invaluable " an a as w V sT '!7'kTaT aj a FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. LEWIS k CO., Proprietors, New Haven, Conn., U. S. A. The following from Mr. j ; E. J. Raymond, of the s Erie and New Eng land Express Com pany, No- 34 Center Street: Nhw Haven, ) August 12, 1882. J Messes. Lewis So Co., . Gentlemen: You ask me what effect Lewis' "Red I Jacket Bitters", has had in my case. In answer will say, that for the past eight een months I have been chock full of malaria, as you wellltnow. I have employed different physicians without avail, and was taking from fifteen to eighteen grains of quinine daily when I began the use of "Red Jacket Bit ters." I have now used four bottles of the Bitters, and am for the first time in eight een months strong and well. : They are worth their' weight in gold. - 1 ;.,h Yours truly,! . ''.' ' E. J. Raymond. HAaa Mt os00 J.EOTUK15 to Young Men on tne Loss of . A Lecture on tue Nature, Treatment aud Uadlcal Cure of Semlual Weakness, or -tpermatorrbeea induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Umiaaiona, Impotency, Nervous Debility, and Impedi ments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epilepsy ind Fits ; Mental and Physical Incapacity, &c By HOBERT J. CULVERWELL, M. D., author of the Jreen Book, &c. , The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lec ture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed without dangerous surgical operations. -Ktugiee, instruments, rings or cordials ; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by which very sufferer, no matter what hia condition mar be, nay cure himself, cheaply, privately and radically. WThi leeturt vrill prove a boon to thousands end 'koutand. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, .lost-paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage tamps. Address TEE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., At Ann -at. New York, N.Y. ; Post Office Bex, 40. m a week made, at home by tha in dastrlous. - Best business now before the public Capital not needed. We will start yon. Men, women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for ns. Now Is the time. You can work in spare time, or give your whole time to the business. No other business will pay you nearly aa well. No one can fall to make enormous pay, by engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free. Money made faat, easily and honor Ably. Address Tnua A Co., Augusta. Mains, BURN HAMS PAMPHLET FRCt BY ' BURNHAM BR0S.Y0RK.PA. Oii-ll VJJliXL out Knife or Pain, By J. M. COMINS, M. D., M8 Laxinrtoa avArtna. V. RnnW lent ouvu sent ires.