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TKB AIiaUQ, !WEDKEBDAY OCTOBER 7. IC3.
(HE TV AVKL1TB8' GUIDE. uwlitu, fcOGB ISLAKD a) V&OifU - to-iie.'-! tea be pstcLtMd w bag o. crH-ck.j .: H tar Twauiwiei eifi d.v or o ii t a P deyd eArtMt inn avenue -urf rtlr.y si nirvktmik H. Planuner, Afient. TRAIH3. tt I fne7,i UimiW-J aOrat Pt, .'.". Pouvar . C M ii. spoil UruM Jc stone tOmslia A Minneapolis Oml A Och Hume 3z. .. tOmtu A M'finevMi'a Kx.. f :M SB ! S:0 ee 4 :40 am 4s : s .an lr 4:11) as 7:40 us t ::s an frJOaa It SrJjpn. tl0:4p banter, Lincoln a) Omaha... St. i A Minneapolis Deavtr, Ft. Worth A K. O.. aneCltyAt. Joseph. jHv.t Islsr.a A WaelUngton. ' CbletTO A Do Motavi .... Rocx Uiecd tstuart Argon.. Hoekt'i!i:Kmotlrn ae.. . t:M)am 4:aa 19 1 am t:tt pa' It I 0ptt 7:30 Dm I S-Mpm ! 1 :40 a an A -'sl Uwpartare. tD&Uy.eXaeptsncd All other da'ly. TdmlwM mi. Si n ey evemnra a Pullman irrpst will he ta d-Mt after 10-.il which will lean hit Cklra FJt:Ui.a. Moudar. BliKlJNUTON UOUTS (I., II. i V AIL w Oeo..l rirst a vane auJ at"w:it' alrett.. . .V Yo.ir.e. TkMMa be. l. , .-l.rii.,melt. renfl-a.1 rhi , ' i I in am ii iu'.u i ' i - C -it.,. filvll)ut CUtiluli &- uiiU k. ie TiTfta' feorit. i;vBtlittiwii, Bur lli.-l .n . Weal it : fw St. feul a MluiieHttfiHa. . aa-Mpri, l-.rli...iT.hl..ii A Uuh'i'ir t 4 lo Bt. 1, , Kan-as I'lty, Pel. ear: A r"c ,',at via Mnlmb'n:' ! : :, fH'ar H i ar 4il Dil.r i)aJU excel t stiica. f HICllO. MIUACItt dt. raCI ' fill' .ay Rattae 6i.thwwum aMvU'.rt -1 a?- Tet;etb evt, batwaue Utt arY P- Coal amnnoa. L H C4rmr. wt TJlATyg l.rt mum MaC i S(ir:n . ISO in :p fcUPail Zxoteas... 4:00 pa UVaS J ralg v and A cTnTp-Mlat am I) :30a a Daily except bandar. Rocx Island f boria EUiLWAr DvpJt rirxt ANn kad TwautlBtl atraat THtWH l.aAva Aasri Kuuiru Vi. roe rnioy". . :40 am aioTxTpB rouroitoniaaIall Is... t:0Bm :4U pt firjr- l:1fipm 11:16 u to l Aceint. Ficlbt.... 7:10 piu l:CC at Hier an AcsumfnuaaUoa.... 6:U0 am 4:60 pa f hiiiv Ao'jauuodattua.. 1 :40 ajn fi:C0 pa nW Ar -immodaxloo 8 "15 im 7:6a ta faarmrnr triluji ly ., K. I F. (Jfollif Teime; rtppot Stc (9) mlnctri aarller than tlisa given. Tralna narked dallj, all ottaar tralo uaily except Mandajr. Duki iNciToir, Ckdab Kapidi Iinrilicfn Hallway, depot font or nrad ittwt, Unvauiport. Jaa. MurVaa, ttea Tk't 4 i-feva. AirellU OivmipoTt Trallia. Ae'uva blO:K bt if fa a in;.... ,.... Pl-h M .-Ho pai lI .W 'm fo-i . ilra.tt lining tduulb W0:4fii.i a4-4'a b7 :3" pr a!l:40a9 fawnKW. .... i FtatuM . -. M:l'Man ,al0:t0 pm i pre a OaDv. blM'lf ezeapt Hudoat. ft-tomr nrrtl tOoln 6 rath and wt. Mo. II run faetwte VfJu itaplfla and Wwt Liberty. NEW PASSSNPtERSERYICS To tho East da the R. I. & P. l.v liavi-nport.... Pt-rry rttruet depot L' Hwl Uland. !KUr lKpot Lt KiH-k Intend........ Twentieth at Depot Ar PiHiria At HliHimington Ar ludianaiilla ....... Ar Louisville... Ar Cincinnati Ar Dayton. Ar Oilunibti.. ....... . Ar Jeckixmvllle...... . Ar fcprlnrfliotd Ar St Loula. Ar Lincoln.. At Iltratur Ar utttio:i Ar vaitMtUe. Ar Terre Haute 4em 4 37 am (40 am 7ats 8 liam ?ptt, V A pm 8 (HI Dm 7 3Uam 900 an! I OS km tOSps 140 p 145 pa 6 flfl pai BKpn n.Kiam 7tSam 710 u 8 11 he 7lm S :tt pre Da 8S3pm 0 .-m 11 n an 1 lis pm ( 16 pm 0 na urn 101 pro. VB6pra 10 Main 106 an ilOWpm Is is am 7l ln i i i iim 7 18 tir I1 1.1 pm 3 I) pm 0 4?i im TOOptft VIS am 1044 an 12 as im IMipnj SlUpr.: ipuair THROUGH CAR SERVICE Linen east of Peoria erry thrcogl ooftcbet and sloeplng oari on night traina to principle; oities. R. STOCKHOUSE, (Ten. Tloket Agent. Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stone, Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For ehfcapnoaB. durability and rieauty exoellod by none. This btone does not wash or color the wall with alkali, elc Plans scot us for estimates will roceive careful attention and be returned promptly at oar expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Island on the C, B. A Q. R. R. Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will ktop and let visitors off and on. Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone any size desired. Sarongs of Stone and Photos of Buildings can bo seen at Boom No. 12. Mitchell Lynde's build ing. Address: Arthur Burrall, manager. Rock Island or Colona. 111. A Handsome Complexion ia ouo of toe rreatest charm a woman caa P"11- '"" tvanxugi t-uwiiEa lvea 1U The murderer who. at dead of tiignt, creeps, stealthily out to burr the dead and mangled body of his virtita inspires men with horror and dread. There is a murderer aliruad w ho yearly slay one-sixth of all the human race w ho jr'o down to untimely deaths. This dread mon-ter is called consumption. Tin- &piruarh of consumption is slow and in-.idiom. l-irat tht-te is a slight disoider of the- die'.tion. Tlif appt-tile in poor and the noun- hint; propcrtie- of the food are not properly ainmilatrd. The blood Aecomes thin anj impute. The body begins to starve. Old ti-ues of the liody are not properly re', placed by new. The lung tissues are not properly nourished and are inert and h.ll dead. In this condition tutyonVr a fcood soil for the yrrms of consumption which invade and attack them. 1 hi-i operation i- promptlv reversed bv Dr. Pierce's l .oldrn Medical Iiscovrrv It invigorates the digestion and appetite and makes assimilation perfect. It builds an and purifies the blood. It makes new and healthy tissue to replace the old. inert mat ter ull 1 ell it .at.cAB 1 r"V j i . : ,, """" ieu on. it drives out all disease-irenns. Thousands of vcBivcu upu nopeiess nave been cured. Miss IiTjra Piersrl nf Pki cui-i. . frigton Co i . Pa., writes: I mut write voa tel. ntiit yon ot me great benefit derived from the nse of your Oolden Medical Discover-.' Last snm- miiciy KOin? into consuniTitiran. and havins; tried doctor, with no r? ,., ! "eannsyoiirmefiicineso JiiRhly spoken or. I took ore bottle. Mv couch left me toirether with all the dUtrrssint: svmn tonis. and in fct the cure seemed almost mirac ulous to all who saw me." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tinv sugar-coated granules that are an unfailina tad pcruiaucut cure for conslipatiou. rrrAHm.-aTi The Jeireler. vv uiwiuau We are showing our Usual lino of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Woltman, Jeweler. Bailable Goods at Book-Bottom Prioes. 1806 rTCCOSD ATESCE. WOMAN'S LIFE l Aft rtl fl rnnrtf r.i wretched ymrs tink-M nhe finds the rctn ciiics that this one nsed. w afa.sid twty rMri Ttmtod hf nhysjriAna. wiUtsMU rMtf. Cuakgh smb ' fearsnl evusumpnoQ Thmm rVnfilueM f. t..M.l at isfrai. for tf j9r. WtlJ !. Mal I Mnt TMie bt. nnUtMj earad mm. It uf 9mm douliU, isH thmi errtte. MR. M. J. ma), rardrw. Ark. j DISEASES OF WOMEN. of every nntnre. yield quicklv and anrclv I to Wild olive a local reracdV, and Mvr I tie Tonic a constitutional remedv. 1'rici jleach. j Wild Olive enres most cases alone. So- vi-rc ones need the tonicalso. Both rem- ! eitica have remarkable merit. The two 1 J together enre where everrthinir elaefaila. i onie relict usually m a lew hours. I SAMPLES of the remedies and our tnstnetive CDCC ' treatise iJX-m I Furnished by onr agents every- j v.-ncre, or yon caa send to ns ior incm. VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'H, South Bexd, I.nd. . Mbs. M. J. SAKdiirr, Agent, l'l TMrty-aerDtkilU. Boefctlalaad VITALIS TetOTOnUlaBstel THE NEW rcoM iJsTtV FEEECH CEKEOT. afW ll quickly nd aurelv Bay- "iM i ... . . 1.' . K - - ..13, 1.1 1 I IfpilDM 1 aihie diwasea and aU fle:a of self-mise or and liidiwreuon. Reatumi Lout Vitality, vuwer and frailinK Memory. Waid. on Insanity ''Ss"aiP!-S,l-S:iTn,Kh'r'MoihmtmlL Insist im bavlnc t IT A llN no othr. Cm be carried ia ..i"r AT per pat kmiraev r.-r$X.(M vith , axuaraiite. to nnw atefnnd CALUMET MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO, ill. rer sale by Marshall A p-aoer and Baits e i-emivi, HlUaltikr, JOHN VOLE & CO, (Seneral Contractors An HOTJ8E BUHLIES Aa4 si Ciel at VaMV WM fe Salllwa. Siding, Flooring, Wainscoatiat; 18th sueet. bet. 4th and ftth arennea !8EE i THIS I PACE NEXT wee. . 1 80U.2M7. THE OUTLOOK IS ALL RIGHT. n.mr, In V . - That Candidate Bryan Will Be Elected. BIG VICTORY COMING. Toe Democratic Campaign Comes Gal loping into the October Home-Stretch la the Best of Cea ditto aad with Em j Aaearaece of a Trtampla atatce Clalaaed and Eetlaaataa aaT tma MaierltWa. Cnitrapo. Oct. 5. 1S9S. ?pctal.l The political outlook at the close of S-p-tembr Is of the most satisf actor)' char acter to the Ijemor-ratlc national mana- ST, who are confident that the cauiuj of Brjan and free silver has been re- celvlng; a marked Impetus durinx th past ten days. From every quarter especially from the central wpftern siatea comes reports that farmers ev erywhere are flocklnsr to the Bryan standard, while in the cities there Is every indication that an overwhelming majority of the labor-vote will be cast for the free silver president. In many of the central western states the Dem ocratic managers have completed their first poll, and the returns Indicate that lryan will carry every -one of them btr Immense majorities. A poll of Kanras Just completed by the edited free silver forces Fhnws that the Jlryan electors will have 50.000 majority in that state. A similar poll of Kentucky shows that lJryan s majority will isit lie bus than V.0U0. not fountlne; thy Kepublh-ans who w ill vote for free r-Sver. This vote it is estimated will swelsthe Bryan ma jority to r.0.U00. The pa.II shows that there are less than 15.au" Hold Demo crats In the state, and this will more than offset the Populist vote. Fusion between the Democrats. Pop. ulists. 1'niliibitionists. and Silver Ke publicans has been consummated in Mic higan, a result, which, in the minds of the most conservative oolltlclans Sivos that state to Bryan by a large majority. Kc ports from Ohio received during; the week are of the most flat tering; character. From nearly every county In the state estimates have been made, and they indicate that Sir. Bryan will car ry that state by not less than 23.000 ma jority. The Republicans have complet ed a poll of Nebraska, and while thev failed to make It public, the returns are known by the Democratic mana- Iters, and show that Bryan will carry the state l.y 2.".000. The TViwK-raiic poll shows that lt will trive Mr. Bryan more tlun Z7,.f0 mn jot it v. Ksti mates from lona. by counties. plve that state to Bryan by more than 30.000. In a majority of the as-ricullur-al counties from ro to SO per cent, of the Republican vote will b cast for . Bry an. .V poll of 'Missouri Klves that state to Bryan by 50.000 majority, and It may run as high as 75.000. The Republican poll of Illinois, which it Is unnecessary to state was not pub lished, gives to Bryan, outside of Chi cago, a majority of ;5.fH. The Dem ocratic canvass of the state gives Bry an nearly 40.000 majority outside of Chi cago; while Chicago Is expected to give him at least 2:..no maturity. This, de spite the fart that the corporations and large manufacturing Institutions are making every effort to control the votes of their employes by coercion. Intimi dation, and false representation. The laboring men of Chi ago. however, are arousi-d over these outrageous at tempts, and the result Is that within the last wek a decided chang has ta ken place among the workngmen which bids fair to result In a complete land slide of that vote to free silver. This Is the case not orly In Chicago, but In every large labor center of the country- Taking the reports from the cen tral western states and adding them to the states conceded by the Republic ans the Democratic managers claim the following states as absolutely cer tain for Bryan: Alabama. Arkansas. California, Col orado. Florida, c.eorgia. Idaho. Kan sas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Mississip pi. Missouri. Montana, Nebraska. Ne vada. North Carolina. North Dakota. Oregon. South Carolina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas, Ftah. Virginia, Washington. Wyoming. West Vir ginia. Delaware. Maryland. Minnesota, Michigan. Iowa. Illinois. Indiana. Ohio giving Mr. Bryan a total of 31? elec toral votes. They Dara Sett Say aw. The goldbugs tell us that gold Is the money of civilization. Is It not strange that the Republican party did not find that out at St, Louis? it does not say so. The goldbugs tell us that this na tion has outgrown the silver standard. Isn't it strange that the Republican party did not find that ont? The gold bugs tell us that you cannot have two yardsticks. Isn't it strange that the Republican party did not find that out? They tell us that the free coinage of silver is simply in the interest of the mine owners. Isn't it strange that the Republicans did not find that out? They tell os that free coinage is de sired by men who want to pay their debts in cheap dollars. Isn't It strange that the Republican party did not f.nd that out? How do you know that the Republican party did not find that out? W ny. because their platform pledge the Republican party to get rid of the gold standard. The Republican party pledges Itself to substitute a double standard for the single standard, Mr. Bryan at Philadelphia. The city voter who is too stupid to understand that the prosperity of the farmer is necessary to the proa pertly of the people of cities is scarcely worthy of his privileges as an elector. If we caxnot regulate our t nances without consulting England, how is It that we can construct lariSs ta which aae objects? THE WELSH LANGUAGE. Kama ALatiqally mod ate Csaxaac IU LMrralaraw On Breton in-fetirat ha aRirmril that Welr-h was the lanfnair nf tn I'itana, while anmhtT ha ryulk-il'T a:'batiwathmnlhT r prtnH- psl Rods o( Ifsatuen antfjnitr.' I "pro so ohsrnre a point we may, perhaps, be Uirwrtt lo trlain nor lcalie, unr are we railed npn in bnw with alwlate di-ferrnce to lit ck luinu arrived at by a more mmlrrn Cymric hnlar that the scIm me of Dante's "Dirina Com media' is duo to Celtic sources. No one, however, would dream of rontrwt in that to the Cymric- bra orb U t!ie IVltic race we owe the origin of the Arthurian legend. We do im know whether It Will br one of tliedutteaof the Hclsii university to endvator to revive Hm rvaL, ana.lnl trrated Celtic literary Ua.lttU.tit and to purge ai,d purify iIhui flow the accr tions flu to tcdilsn lUloctM-e. V shocli be disposed to say that Celtic scholarship will be tbore Kneftrial at id uuore Mu-cvfull(- rnipluyrd In t-olUar-iuff the indications the influenra errWd by the tVlne spirit er the Knglish language, Kngliidi rtunam arul Kuglish ways x.f tln.uitht during the very period when it was anpprswd lo have Iieeu irprrssed, if not wbolly de stTtrycd. Crif ic-istn. Inn, will have abuu tl.int work gn its lianda ia art king to aparate the soils nt ir frwn the rnti cms in the all ged writings of theejrhi-r Welsh bards. In Ibe first year nf the century ihrre was puMislitd tlie "Myvyrian Arcl:ml ogy of Walre," a ci4lertion tl the tunnt celebrated wirk in Wrlsh literal utr from A. D. 00 to A. IX 1 400, uii.I.t the editorship of Mr. Joms, Mr. Ld ward Villiani4, known local lr as Ed ward of tilarmo-gan, and lit-. Owen Pagh. But thirogh 77 Jira-ms are Ihere ascribed to Tain-sin, Mr. ftr-ph ns cxin-sidt-rs that of theui are rleuKinslrably spnrioua and that only It of tUrui are probably genuine that is lo say, U hmif to the age to W hii h they air atlnb nted. Few scholar", however, wonld if prepared to challenge the asw-rtina ol Keunii thut the sixth century was the golden age ot Cymric literature, iltoogli its first jx h is usually taken lo start irotn still remoter times and to est. ml lo tho date of the Norman rtSMiuest. hut it is mit nil the rhnsiicle of tVira doc, a somewhat dry ivct.nl. recalling in its gctMTal m-ls uie tin1 more faUHs Aulo-Saxon rhtonirle. To the same pe riod U longs the rhtsiicle of tScoBn-y of Mmiuiouiii. But, as though a Welshman by birth, the Bishop of M. Aaaph elect ed to write in Latin, we presume that his labtits, l cwovr interest ing and im portant, vu:ll not I claimed by true vVtishnii u ns a sinion of Celtic litera ture. London Mamiard. The Harw asT Itrkaa Rwre, The sifhiscrr in Dublin who fail to visit Tribity inllepj end simnd a tlsr aiuorK tl:o tn ar.r pnf-rv-d l:i Ihi gri-at inuo-nui Is longing to ih.it In ft i tut ion makes the luistake of h's life. In that niUM-uru thire are hundreds of thonsaiu'.sof p-lies, but the one iu which most people lake the greatest interest t the harp which one belonged to Brian LoroiJimc, or Hrwn Born, as be is uium roninuinly rallivL lirian bora was the Irish monarch w ho was killed ia the great tattle at Chmtarf in ibe year 1014 A. D. lirian I. ft his harp and his crown to his son Donajth. who ui-ce-d-. ed as king, botm afti r Dnnagh was de posed by a warlike m pltew and was lifwd to retire to Kotue. lie l.k hi father s crown and harp with hitu, ami they were ki pt iu the Vatican colli ri too for s.-vi ral renturies, the rrown, which is of massive hammered gokl. bring still iiunibered anxsig the pott's In a-nres The harp, however. Was ut Iu ll-ury VIII, slid he ptt-M-oti-d it to the Brst earl of ('Istirwardc. It wasd -pfwited ia the museum nM'iitionrtl in tlw opening in tlie year lb;. The harp is 8S inches hijrh and of good worknianhip, tlf carviug on I be oak frame being equal to anything that could be done today. It is well preserved and docs not look to be uti instrument upward of l.OOv yvars old. St, Lou 1( KepubllC, ra Over the Bread. Wo had the gantlet yet lo run. as the Cring of the communists w as at 1 1 1 heavy in the -iliUihowl. The bullets were whistling so angrily down one c.f tlie streets which cut the Koe de la Bien faiaanre at right angles that a number of servant girls who wished to go to a baker's shop on tlie other side were aftr.id to vtntnrc over. The difficulty was tunn-d iu this way: There were soldiers ou one side of the uatip-moa crossing and maidservants on the other. The uiaid-ervuuta threw their mots y to the soldiers, and the soldiers pan-based the bread and flung ii airoas to the inaiile. This maneuver excited a good deal of merriment in spite of tho daugerwitb which it was attended. At tinw s a girl would throw a piece of money sheet, and a soldier wonld have to fish for it with his bayonet, and even, amid peals or laugnter. Teuton; out to pick it up. To see the men and women engaged in this occupation one might easily have thought they were indulging in some harm lews pastime like hunt the slipptr. Kecollectitii of I 'aria. &ae) as a Imraall. "As dead it a doornail" at first seems Utletlv ar-ttselesa. hnt nsentnea j lV!y and pietarrsqne when we ber that kuockc rs were once universal. ly need. Beneath the knocker, in ortler to prevent disfiguring the door, a hug nail or bolt was driven. An impatM-nt caller, waiting lev the door to be open ed, wonld frequently nse the knock f with gnat force, and the irresponsive ese of the nail gave rise to this xpres- ataat aJawls, Eur-t Wili jns says that Le duts Let desire wealth for i ix.it. Worst No. hut I cnesa he djsiras it I fgr Juffissi!. -Yaaity. PRIVACY X0 L0XUEH ClNCC IM7A0CS CVVTHlsQ AKO RCVtALS ALL SCCr.ETS. fa We reaWalaf the rtaawt Made he lafawt lsaa. We WereM at the R- swits Wirt eriti rxww riww it rarh.a the Age ef Already sriewee has md iteixhcrt cf erstwhile far sandered rlaerw. Al ready the ft at of girding lbs earth ia 40 tniDotrw, ooce ssKTthrd lo luacieal power, has been left brorkna.ly rfain4 by a new and seieaiifte Pack. Already prtvary has tetom well ai(h tmpoewi. bir. even trial of fe s bodily Inlet e brlbg km kaagr gwara4ibsr4. Alrradf aeiroce has so f ar c-uqta-rl th res mks of life that Ibe lit lug are Jostling each otUr for elbow rtcsai. and altsady the hatlous ewi i if thry evtf sk-rp tta their Dbgers on the tnggrr of the Ufet magasine rtttu. If ibis h the rase la Ibe grnw tree, what may we ekpwrt In lUdty? If Ibtatit tebor. oclr 7k tears old. has brought this abuwl. what Will tctuw in a state uf aaot i.i f. n, Another qo-eti. intrudes its, If here: U Iha tranafcs-iuatton. en far as It hes gone, a gain? Are we the better or the oapptrr fur Ibe achM-vrsxar-ot of af plt4 art tire, or did Men, tafT I be teew r. slot was horn, livo ansoee hnman iall y a wore iviMeif than le poe. ib! tew? M. IVrhelot has no rpy los h qmriea. i m the emtndiatit of the spirtt which wtets frn tMintw rvi-r t w rowers aol lame tbr-tsi l ess upon tnatikind to fulfill tbtir dewtiny. Il is not for the nun of acteno l dia- criminate, f-sr bow dor bo know what goe lo rru.Lt a new earth? lie alee tnu't fultill his destiny. boox-lime we read that Its act uf rotoaiM-e has paed, l-et ask Ibe interna. tioual roogn-is taf aifplitd rbrmtattT and yon will prohahly bear lhat H is only Jut he citmir.g; that the tnM fan. tastir dreams tf narmisi imaanat.ire nx-n are lo what will te a. hatnl W fcr is to higiieal p try. Who CM dcaubt Uf Who can forbear . suet tract frtsn at tempting a rvsjteepthsa of the new earth?" And how little way ran le wlsste imaginaihsi is rnost nenpact ad vaihv wiirsHit a stagger and a fall? It is ttu WidMhT that aeienec l.fis Im r head and sirvets the future with pride. M. thrtbt-kal protaii s a toew Man as Well as a new earth, (iitn-n ibe smKxl. the Or.t is amvsaaiiy. . tltroUl Adam III a reeotistitul.-d 11- n Wonld stesa l'l frtau grare atfa.n. nnaitksl by I be at pen:, in whom, ly the war, iw no lesi ip r believcA I lure more tmaginmicei runs tHd. This new man a hat le he lo be? Tho Mew WKuaU we know well riiongh lo Malii. rriplicai auprrt!u The real qurtion Is w (h-INt we are la aruo from thie feminine lo ibe ae yet on.i'tmniTwHt mar-a:ine. ijr n hens not, fs? olhi IV m (He V4rit Is rs- Iretm-ly bad. It may be, b,wrrer. that foe siw noui of ai 'nd acietwv will t i ni l.fjr lh nie.teret.e I .v f-nl..! .t.j 1'Sei-s w llH-n neltlter toeteaw sKST rll- mmih, bat swine; lsaek ward and for ward like lire peodaltintef h lid-. As the woman tsvimrs tnr and mote mannish ? root, w ilniaii tv-ing manly will the new man tsayen- sseew and more womanish We should like M. Ii-rtbc .t ronwidcr that pa)ni in the lii'hl of arience, w bf-h le rviw. ap parently, tier only guide. Mexk de-pi-nds on ibe soluimn of the t?4.1etu. and it is a very arricvas rxarturatoB lhat not bins In the pan ran h lp ne lo it. M, lir-rthrM is r ss-ted n earing that "the enure sorial etjraaisatMin ts Uing transformed amid rawliil.ss for the romprehensHai of whs h lbs pat Offers no sofgest i ve jrters-aV nteordsta." AS Mr. titlbast tshi rte in a Mate tf embaUT-ssMnsesai, "llrtt i a peetfy rxiw d ye eki!" We a at ea a l it tiw man, without rntler tr tveupaes, aH t U a mere tows up w het vr M may b tarn out ta l sitrply rn t4d wretean. l-r pr-rs mal rrwiertn, irslr. te v-ry mlL The man of lb pt-snat w ill lat our time, aud, with aU bu laulla. be I k'd enough f4T 0. isfoelally as know isShing ts-ttrr. Bet we are laaghl to identify KBrej- ret with loe rene. next, ooing so. the qneetton M It Mil owd yrars bene ts oni led ilr est noorr. laicty, bat of painful mterett. Weafaall U be able In repadtal bits. leal, on the other band, fee tui V d-laira Joi as many lenple itnwal.re srvgn fully lejert the tie. ST i4 scan's desrent from the ap. 1 be anbjeef t tbas arvw ta be one of a v ry d:quiting nature, aud the sutswr ibe iLr'-rtiaimnal rtas greet of arfdd chemistry r oeter leatned bony iPrnw. funtet light tasm if the brtttr. ully aearnw ran jrive some inkling f what its own Adatn te likely to be. We no not ak for parties), (art of bis td'-ti. bei-anse we know thai a railway will mi t hmagh it, and that SuAcee, hut ut ei.it t a to I he r rested gardener are ire-e liable. "A good man and an ang l." elainx-d the late rati mal 1 Dr. Yiiig. 'lhei brtwern. How thin Its bairv r!" We will be pe for the angel, though arienea may re rocoguiaa toe h a creature. LoooVst Telegraph. Tho beet sal re ta the world ft r e it, bruise, sore, elosrs. salt rkenm. ferr enres. teeter, ekappnd ktadt. ehllblaiss. eortx and all skia 1 eroptioaa, and pontlrely earee pilot or ao pa rea tired. 1 1 Is guar antoed to give perfert saUsf aaiioa. cr aiottey rofaaded. Prtoa 7 eeau per boa. For sale be Harts AV fJUeaserev Wh-J Baby was Sick, w fase her Cbstor-v ttasa she was a Chud, sh ett-4 lorC-fSefts, sVs she has Cla-Ina,ater Children Cry for Pltchcr'o Csstsrla. Full Details Giaiiy Gives. A stailroal OCaClal'a tircrictkce. Mi. I4at.i, ift. Ur r e iil,iiJ,,,w ieeie44 m ':eui. M. O... i tn.wl,.S Sbd 4.d 4)4 t.4 v ,.ls. 4odlM 4 t-ivera e .' .1a4 auJ . isVSMie !.:. s. LiU, . n.f j."s'i.f imte f isr Of lull d se t .s ... I kiis , nl1,ai, ae.4iO,ut.4Mi;-tliat -Jen. rim. h a,, a te.-a-t. an i.I.iimmIi Ii, A ;u. durreis 4 ,, a- if I a..i4 f:.f te ti'4 st alia A; ai' rasiytlileaj swld Im1hs'Ii . I tflitw, mtamitiug ,mve,'ti, rii.-iabsMieii.tAswltlitlwar T)r VllffS teetlT sieeeet Wrea ae . r.wtwse, ad I ewold ilCn CtirC ' 4M.ea .. auk-l t i i a. 1 '"' di r- sVOlt'lO elHi, d ree-d sSwer. liCaltlUea. tl .s, rtislMu.. I'ley .'ne'aM,.ea.r'.sf ie if t'r. Wile. a-tee-aler d'eeii'4 -se es eeur that I l V !e, MiW tlarf t'nre and t am .. a well atom um reery . eetdH e-Oh tieat diamine eui ly lr. MikV resa.xMi's. If Uf m erne mef-nrntuJIy. e Ul glaulf le IkiiH full e--il.of !f es-rtai " Imiism P. Kt V.. la. Wi'.ty, Mbiwaka. Be. ViW t Msiri (wee t euld ea gsaeaMe Ui ana borteshsi ' er nisasy n TsaSna. tXOtl. Notice to Citurscroee, M'f4sra,..tnv xwd as fliers rWeteeMi. -.. 4l.eis.iM4 tSiasSa.. i'-'-Jr w .(.. .it,, .ei (w(,,, reMsier a ea t t P aeiiei.d iiv .w eO"t r, fm tkr Hnraiaw 4tHMiM.i f ea e, eie.s..e.. 4. '-a ' ,lf eUkV smna, hdi r""" ,rw J an all KMkltaad. Illlasia,1 I IS4I till Ii .... Ctt C'SHW, Eaeoetnr a Notice KXeneaf Awctak Ttisrslaa, isfasal . The caet yia.4 hestna eaee eeulisyj esere leeW.aeMss win iseiaaai'is sw asiapih tM.. let erf sa'r ad kat asieud. iVmnlm m ., iiwdiy gHee .Ntne " ' WIS en)e 11w rs ese.tr -i ew H-ieadl rete. e tee .! w wl ta . leek S id eesi-e, a a M a aerk l.iai, ,-a.wi t tma. em W Seel leiieaf e SisseiM a-essai4et.eMiit.4Mdee4 aawax't. ii-ed r tireaMer haiaj He aswae ed t - t , , wait ssjwe er s'-Tn!!.! " "4 mm'mt" Mfal MlleM ta4 Ue Mia daf ef erel.. A. f, Item. i.e. nasa, gawieser. PubUcaaoa Votleo. e?rtgf lUffOtt, k.ea lcee(ieevt. J t-r - - ts at eeetg. mm e. fstrvS Oeisxi aiigeaaa. te flWwl i4avS w It. -eMtSiieie as? fslrtik r-OKt -, tt eswve tendest, etsw 4 4- e issoeetsw Is eed tkss Si.ee Sw. whdd'licas tuar iwnewtlw ea.wnie. , a.WK " Ssl s 'e he ctri ' t wf eeid ww. awstn. l. nMw am f rW tA H.I eWMwM.I 4VtwbOwHl. ' Ow. ewwaiiatwewt filed hie tlll w . eietes wte rwii ea ekaen re .. ia.... eteanw ivkday wf Aap.sa, a. t. tM aw4 swat a.eieiiin. svaa hwi ax etiM mi M4m..km. wa4 eeiit te asx. ewatSM tea mwwM.wt.Uw at M.swief te taa aswatt. 4 4aweery r.. a. to ay tasr erciulrwl . wktowa yww, tk eats a,..wa w fewest www ..wXMd, r-erh (hsw oaj ' H'tseeiiy (as ana etw t .i wawi raw-ws nsn we . Si stw -. w taMwat. w tor wU.-e Swt Iwlaait a. eed ant ee4 ii, asx taw m.Uw. M, lawwaef a. '. ed a.Wwd, ansa.r e enaM ' eats .swnt,..wHMS e hm .4wiiI.Mh. ta eed ow awn iwwl rtowrvwH aud Mae I I w w wl.w wd a warms. wiwwt tassel fr a. swrdn r w wim eaia t,iu. . , . . "- . wie4SaJtaa, Wwrti telesit. ttl.toes ea as. eiwwaw A aawwi.ta.deeif.i 'leetdvSNilMniwte. f aili::s Ceacral mU XUmtn Debility. W.ksea fh4y aae MltMi. f.Swisa f ( .erwea or l.sne Is i ." Kntwewt, K.M. f" w,HwWwj wiis lUSIwMI. I ww (a yUtj. est S-Uewalwia Weak. I t. I sp.-ioja4 rert.e.wx iOwll.. AwwdfMelv 'JI"J fr J ... L.: J ---ais la a .. ,..w - wws I .mini I neatrfcw, S.w4 fnr lww,strsl -. a- 'lews. ERIE teESiwU C3M tiff-li,.Y. OostGrCwi Ken!.::! ZZT v eeattve lr as. Xsy- V el wtthwe aw. V warr..lMII. tailHw mr teas o AV ii;;,? irthriost fatd d xl tttsc&ses. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CU3E 1 GUARANTEED rtaeJ r money refunded. Cca tains remedies reccjnlrsd by all eminent ptryUUssa as the best for KlZssyczl UlzOder Utubies, Price joe. mm Dr. K-f' Rcncvtlor, ?m"XT ei..r.,,ii':- l -w vi i .d.r ci a. a. -- r -i , wia-wfly i .ai i.wi. sia T a O. Krrwra M.w.al Wwrry. rt.niw ww of Is tortttrtaw wtioa w-wt tweaiaaae'litlnk aaS I r Minor iltwrtfwwrwriit..tit e gwaeaeiw as esea ar eetend t anas. a s.4 at tm anr an. S lot Maw Ati m . SU br T. M. 1 wesaaa. drtart wL k.i.ete. tssriigiwr AS- rreiasneka. SmtimumDmrmU Altnrtieys at law tstv te. kwt Ietai4l wet meal teste oar. 4. awswe Cwmmmjjt 7eUh er. Atioraejs aal CuutoeJlort at Leer. af.aUstariwI, Attnrtiej at Idiw. 4a' heeaiwwf ai'Sltwte 4u.(.ii a-A . Oiw ad e.we ...wa, .a. asaSwtwa w.a al-Blrir 4. HsaUealra Att.4 n) at I si Usi esna 'at. f'4 tsinii ; .ks eolif. tl.s wwewn.a, eiltdwwt m ifuh, U.4,., ua... r-uwxaw mtm t-we-teiisww 2r. A 4B rhystciaa and Surgeon. eAee. Basai haMa, ae)a TenatWOj en HnajB 4at1ae.tw,wdtw..wi Dr. CM-s. XX nolsil4oi-a Kyw, r. Xoee and llroat Oat. enaea, waltaaaer Mlexw.wsnttwwwarwwar ridtdj vs awsdr setwsta. twvwiiHt, Iwaa, tieaaaa ft taatie.aiwl tatr.ta. aa.-L- Arrltwets aa. SerstrtniaadehU. tee w.vins-iUeiastawslidHat. tear OK, r. avTAOyCMaVl. AroUlLeot. hells eiga. tUMswe la Si utwi hlenk. r asasr-Tt tlmurw Ornmm, Prerp, cnimAvvocK vzb km. Cat riowet. an I tae1ra ut all Hads. Ont stasa. Hm torn wses Tsssiiwstts tstt. " " ' ' - r - Xr. e? ctlta XZU lwtAejre tiKtrrxsT. Dcvnir. Dwj-Tit'T. tmrut. -katlta-r-raS4, SWSwIll V he I l SianSuwoi sat let sailnat ejasita' Dr. J. D. Uetamcet, 23ErrrsT. rtmna. Wanai St. Wliltwluw atLwai. w. TtiM IKSURAKCB. tlocirt O Dot) ens. Insurance Agents. Ibewsaiiiitiiig aaunig of liar tltaw. trkwl and en-ll lumwa riss tnsur- ' tJwiittiti tiie following : kejlHsHm Oh,. man lo fe....,,llrrtwr, - u .. .- from heawV.Cwrs.a .,.,.,.i,,fia!e, f .... a. w. m m m .....Mwl'liliwilrikla fwneia, IN) ...... SI Mi ieaiar. a s 1 V w vn.wj t.wrs.Mti r Iw. ea Mataiaililss BtUwaMkaa tweaaS'S ..... hliiwa.ww.. Wie "t .....few tleea.4'uMi Crthea oarrisr Rigliteartth atrssg end bsButul avenue, aseeikl flew. Telephone I07. General Insurance Agent. The ed rtas aad riest-aied Iet-stnPKnptlyP -be ss lev at aa mHalik .... . a. sa Tear s ts ami t esttcaaat. Real Btilate s-i InaurtavnctB. Duy, Sell sod UsraSje prcnerty. Csww.wtt Heats. The old lira and tarns tried cotiipgw.fi repre sented. IUtes ss low ss say tTawawasle cocstpssir CswasiwOrd. Tow? r-wtw Ofwsw 1(90. ror Oftlkhascys tar asarlhy.aasl ler laairawawt td le. eeav I asset) atatht-eeauale waeet'e raesr aateta ttoltlw. SwtjoatlAe.