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V 4 ' . .. . .Jt. j CiOSSiP FfJ.TTIIE UDTES. ' ' I M fWwd he Did. ITw hair wu lit -le '. " flut biack," 1)1 .1,'uod " Ii oiry innrii h aoi M: " . And alw -1 : nhMt ln-.r locks until 'i'lioy looked aim''. Il'ie (('lid. A almpliiatlii rolnhewno, ,'' Wlilrh o!o lj Ui liar cluu (In fiit It wiwoalriuieiy innt), "' Alirt from her 111 lily l; Ami f"'ir auiitlurtliahuaB , - ,ti in " I'ourbitf aiiiinowi-riliuiJif. Bho wouM not Imirh a Ml of m'lt, Ilul rfUb' M ilUuil p, To tlnnk the bri.ilml ohm wero onea lai't ut it Im1i slii'iip. " Aiid 1 hi" lu'd U" nn, "II10M inured atiiki, B" full of privy now " I'l'liM was 11 riliflit lulslalov I UiliiM, flute aiiiftn- uVr two Ii Maiud meadi, Atlaillf U l' 1 ft i-ijW A tfoutl, ljfowniio cow.'' . pho km lho nuiil tKjrsl ' tt.rf ( Kim wouldn't lunii fir ( !! Ilfo i ..hurl at Iwt " hoM -" Oh, pray 1I1 ui'l iivikn It ill 1 11 The veiy cut fnri U!!iiii i-'hi Jll tiArf til Villi': I'C Uiilfl, All I thru t la t nlmtiuirl'il (Allil XiCIUKl O.HIU Klail t" X' ' hlli), ll ') A buti-la'r; ), r-hoilul tlp'm my wurd him did ! JUurinrut Jivtiuyt, llvrpf't Mug Women nu Milcinirn. Womuii w prisiurily u bainjj who lis tens. Wit) has iu thnso day:i lost much ut her original tfiuinuMt'iifhs, lut hlio ban not j' 't MiLuvly tli.mnrilud tlio np jiinrjiiiio if lu iti'! ti'iitilialilti, Iu licr ctntiioity fur In :tfiii; without obeying - tfn iirr tnf! powrr. At n tnlkor bIio lnia her iK-arn ; un a li;iii'U' r ulio i . UU- cijnu.iii. , v," If, s I'l'fiwlijwriter ray.s, tlio on- '. vi riiisJ m of noiii.iii in S'luii.ty it liko fie ', ' i i to wliio 1 chin il pjl-kiMlwurth . lrsi.ii; il a", liui witliuut wliifli wcry. th'n'itf hv.,f1 I In, hwil:.'?) llifl lilitiillilicr of -(romiiii in wlml wvi'H m Uoia 11 iJubiJ ot :.!. I Unguis tint votiht britiff tho Hky itbotit iiiir rnra iu 110 (line. Nut that woman in alwavu .I nil K mil) llllll'1 1 1 i T't ta Hurt , ni'; - 1 - . tmx longuo (tltcro iu no iiortl tif loing . tttutcul), lut tho lihlent r vlio ciictoitr gji'g you vitli i:yt' luid nipri pmou aud ... Auurccuilivo Luiulilcr is u woiuitn. 8I10 nnvcr lfU ln.t kIuiiu'i w.niiUr iu an til)- Bout limuiitii', to lio luciiif-tlit liiick to nn et y.inrH nt lui jniMiri!iiii puna witn 8U ciliirt of uliiWi you tiro liollt Iimlily confioim. In wltoiu Mil Jou t'Jii)itnl tonlnto Wis of curious i iitouul i!Xri eiice, llio htill'i iiu cuiici! by noim mi- ' dmn nrrow of rmfr"ni fortune, llio f.ilicifit Bii;j :-,b il by inimi 1 io!, hduo ( i"w, miuii: J'iiuihiv r 1.11a i-i , nviii ' ' Ttfitlu MA woiiiiJi. vlim i f'vn.1 lirU'liton ' villi iiitori st or n;;il.li,u uili tiyniiiii'liy n bho. liiiteim, wbo heomii to iiiitii-ipulo . yoiit next woul with Ciignrplisihuii', iinj iio, for soiiiu lynsoii or other, jut thnn, wlulo yoi! u:o in tliis cxnill.lriil.i J nioiiil, luiS vuty iuv.. txpuiiuicui or funrii .t of lnrowu to cjiuinuuii'iil.; only bint.t :it l thprrt jttfltetionjjh toki'f.pyuu iu yount .:; einvuoo. . .. . . .' I! r ii lln lit li i liDf. A yoliu nmii on n iilr.'ct in Rtoitlion . 1 rille witli a fez mp, a fi-.i;?il citiiti, und BmuJtin;? a viln ri(iiri'tti! which uwi'kimud ii stispioion in the miinls of llio iii'inh- tjtms (hut a tleiMi mtilo wiih id Hid im ' ' tat'diiitrt vi ilnity, hteppud oil' tho hiilo- TVlllK 10 nll )W ft IIUltO pUSH, . , , , "'I'hank you," mio uaid, ',' Not at till, wiuliimo ; 1 ussttra you I ttlwuyH givo way to tho weaker nei." Tlio lady Hlowed up lin hIio honrd thin, iniil I'aiiio liHi'k to tlm yoini;; man. " What did you obwrvp, Kir ? " "I Biiid (smilo foreoil) that I nUviiys gavo way to llio veidier Hex." " Ah, did you," puthiiijil tho woniiin, pralilniij; him with u firm lmiul by tho ' throal-lutch, "lo you Know who you are (kIuiKc) chUiii;; tho (hbuke, nhuke) woitkur mx V " " 1 ttRh that in, 1 mount to say you hurt my luick p'iIioiiihkh u coiihu tutiotiul m our ouch iitiuily. " "lis, hoy? Well (shnko, hhukc, Hlmkn) if You think I in (Khiilit), Hlialto, Hliake, Bhnki ) Dim of tho weiilu'r nux you uro oil your ri!(.'koniiij. Hero bho gavo tho young miiu ft do troutt Hip which Hpiin lain tltroe ttmca firoillid, after Vhieh hi; lull uuiloi' a feiieo, whilo liiH cuuo mid fey, cap Ih w over into a bed ot liur yunr n UollylioekH. " Nov after tliw, rememlior, young rami, you oau't pi iy no weuli bex gamo on inn, I jiropiwo to voto lietoro that dvHDcUio lookiiiR uniHtai'lio of yourti luut loioro than kovcii hniis oil ouu nilo midninn on tho othor." Sd-ubenviUt ' JicpuUlcun. ' . J X fiou'lnl Women, Henoschtl 'womoii wo a dnlight to " " their, .frieuils; ono" otm tilniout forgive ulovenlinuna when it in nmmipaniod by ' ' en ttir of coniploto eiwo from aro ; uu air which nays : "Iaiualwn.ViJ roady to ' tulk to you or lmtfn to your list of joys or Borrows.' vu the ootitrary, ti woman who is contiimully 1 ' oil tho go " ' h ('-tvcuiply1hf soriin. ' IVo linvo beforo i ' " . . our ovcs'ft giil who is n fair repitsonta' tivo of tlio lalter type. Who in wanting q her nervous foroo ami hor lift) in n , Ininnufnlild" manner, Klio expand ;' ' ; enough forcfl and eneivfy in n day lo las! otio m nlim of sluduv for n wcolc. Not!i- tngMio,doo8 in done. Mlowly or dolibor stelyj Always in tho hottest possible Imrry, her lift) wcins tn bo wound tip to tr.o highot posHiblo pitch. Wit) dutthes ftliQUt tlio house, Blaiiis dooro, and bolls .. nor woo, in nult .vub Umo.tlmt more .; noVier jM'oplo lalto to Pat t)ielrn. With T.'; ( hot 'villus aro luoiixintotm ; tier tonguo "' seems tci bo incapable of .tittering a Bolt sound ; her temper is all ul'iro at a wo- ' -' merit's ftolios; hr ntljnotivos uro all sii)it)rlntivtn, aud souiPtiineH rIio is reaily , to wticj) beeaiiHO who Iiuh no bigfrcr mid moro cxpresKivo suiierlatives to uso. .. A4i.i i ihiij, ji iiiiiiu i(y i.hh;iikvii:u, would filniosl stem Nhigaraj bIio never moves iiyopt'KH if .slio worn n Mttutl 8, and ginTfJ; for a wugtir. ' Furndnoss nnd , . mpttiro uro her.diuly food, Whc.ro will all this ond ? Wo nnnwpr in tho mad- 1. , 1 - i, :.. ai... 1 1 ... , .oR..', - uiiiibo tr uim fntvti. j v m diiii inuu iiiui, kills; it is this piKifl which renders ner vous prostration one of tlio moat pro- f lifli; disoasos of tho day, ji Lot thoso of our women who aro always intense tuko : ; - thought for tho next'goneration, in ; . whom the see da of this abnormal Uosto t t ro.'ling sown with fatal effoot. TAa i V J i lIoiiHskccpar. 1 1 v; t ) :. V.', ; t - ; ' ; v . ' i who, " i ' Bonie yesrs ago thero lived In Thila i Vv . dclphia a thritty pair. The- lmabaud's business was ono that his wife could as ttgt in, so she was in every way his holp- t meet, boslrto bolng his .housekeeper ' and his saving bank. They were hoppy . , and prospering in thoir own little house i,: rhiladolphiun's patent idea of oom- , fort, Aftor a tlmo the man grow am- -, bilious to get a more showy footing, lie "took to politics as is the duty of all . ' citizens whon this moans politics and .?. , water. Unfortunately it was politics and - . whisky in his case tko Bort of ward politics thnt is carried on in liuuot so ' loons." Ho grew to ho such an impor ' tact man in this " coiublniitiou'' that he could not attend to his private buninessj my more. if this wore the story of v "MulUooly," tho rest of it wouH be . .. ,v; that, in spito of Jiis empty shop and im- T jlnishcd orders, be went on gotting rioh, Jiot Xwasnotft bjjjh poltUoku of that kind. Hi was of ft sort that Is used not master is the political trade. His wife, left alone in the shop, did her bost; but for tho very fact that she was alono, that ho was never seen, customers be gan to suspect something. Orders that ho had taken went wrong; complaints wero inodo of lost goods that had been trusted to him. Bho had to mako them good. Here, again, tho story onght to turn that sho built tip tho business her self again, and put up her own name as a solo trader. But sho was a poor, heart broken woman. She wanted to reclaim him, and not even tho bnsiuoss was as important to hor as what had be couiu of her husband ull tho duys and nl'hts that bo staid away from her. They wero half starved, but sho kept up a decent appearance still, kept her chil dren clean, anil herself tidy, Ono day a iitrimgo thing happened, This ro spcctublo, neat woman, witli her two pretty children, nnUn bur appearance in the tuvuni whefo this luuti spent his days, Kho did not mako a scene ; she did not como for that. Hbo quietly took hor scat tliero nnd waited tor him. I'oo iilo came up to her and urged her to go iioruo, suying that this low drinking plat'o was no jilnce for her and her chil dren. " Whorovor the father stays," shn replied, "is the pluco for his rhildreu and for me." Of eourso ho was ready soon to go homo, homo men would havo been brutal huve struck or cursed at her for interference, but this man was only weak, not cowardly. Tlio oext day lie went to another place. She followed prcvittly with the bright little children. This was kept up for somo weeks. 1 he tn ve;n-keepers grew uneasy. They could not htand the mute witness of the man's weakness. They could not complain of her, for she did nothing, said nothing only sat and watched. Hho did not cry or entreat while hor husband lounged up to tho bar to drink. ' Kho simply sat by, pained and intent, with the two children kept very close to Ic r, as if she would shut out from their eves mid ears Mich bilk nnd such sights. J?o tavern-keeper could stand it. Ono after another icfused to cell liquor to a man no guarded, Finally it began to tell on him this gentle, faithful watch. Host oil nil driiil.iiig, ilropod his "po litical ti.Miciiitef. (hat hail led him to it, aud bejn.i to turn over n new leaf. Ho picked up his jld business ngain, but liimlly concluded to movo to another place ami mako a clean start. He is now pro'-pi rous, and bis experience is not too least part o! bis gains, This was I bo way one woman reformed her husband; with never a spoken word, she Irtilly shamed him out of his ruin by letting him see Unit whatever ho i-iink to tlnso she aud the children wero bound to be, ami that even in danger or loiiliiesa hhe still looked to him to pro tect them, For belter, for worst), she had married him, anil even whou hn took the worse thero would she and his children bo. Jt was an atipcnl to his manhood, and a very uncoml'ortiiblt) up- ieal to all who stood uroiiiid, or who dropped in to drink. Not a crying woman not even a praying one. as sny ono could see but, by tho mute appeal of her presence thero, limilly conquer ing for decency itid happiness again. NlMirs. i ' l'litci.! -blather meets with favor fol iidiet' summer .-le in be -ause it. is eon!, is not u''crle;l by m iiitiirc ut. tint sea ode. and is ensilv cleansed of dust. Ili'ii : I s thai bice in (runt have. toe-. upi of pub-lit leather, nnd buttoned limits wi'h rloth or kid uppers have the tower pail of the ;rc,ssy leal her. llio -ndo-buttoned I n. it i 1 1 : M 1 1 s llio popular shoe for walking. I. nl those that luce are nl-1 in favor w ith miiiiy ladies. Pointed mid bovlooil slmes ant the most fash- loiuibli , but i In; - tr best dealers do not make in the extremely narrow k:Ic-.sccii iu the lani ilul show window'-, and they advise the use of longer slim s when tlie toes are narrow. The low Newport ties, 'ire intuit) both of kid und piilent-leiilher, stud limy he had with liili nnd iiiieiaccrul I'iciieli heels, hut are nru'e eolllfollalilu and inl.tiller tasio v. ith low brninl heels. Very low lies hie jrcnlieineH's pumps, with single hole fur tyiti;.'. are jiretly for wearing with black' or dark silk Mo'ltinv Slip pers are itt very low fit the toe, and are worn without bows to display the slock ing. If ilicre Is any ornament, il is ft bit of embroidery or of bonded work (lone on the too of the slipper-'. Other l'retieh slit 'iters with low toes are lis bijjh behind tis the Mario Antoinette slippers and have a ribbon H"wedon the biiek Hint passes around the ankle and is tied iu a bow iu trout, lilnek satin or satin-priiiiolla slippers lire fur dress noeasiotH." These are of the simplest low shape, without ornament; Ihelsiels are envoi-oil with the sa!in, ami are in (Jin French shape. Thceare worn with bhielt silk stockings with liht dresses. I'or britles und hrideiuniils the slipper or the hiitloncd boot is made of the ma terial of tlm dross, itinl ninny ladies have shou-i made of tlm material of till their evcniuir dr'o;Mw.s Ihizar. Heaves In Horses. The nilmeiil is almost exclusively eon I'lied to mat nrc animals. It is duo nmitilv to tho usu of feed of a bulky ehn meter, but dusty liny ami (grain, U!i we'l ai elover hay, are a'so prolilio causes ul it. One iorm of it, is general ly produced by a hard gallop or other Ft'.vcrii exertion after a full meal. In the South the disease is generally known lis "bellows;" nnd in the prairie Slates it is conipiiriitivc'ly rare, " There is no certain euro for it; but broken-winded boi'-es will, if properly fed, do u great deal of service, Ihonli the work as signed thcni should be slow. The feed should he in a small compass, and given rejsultirly lour times tx tlay. It should eotisi.-t of oats, bonus, wheat straw, t'linll', turnips or carrots, with ut night a little bright, liard-stalketl buy, tree from dust.. Clean, cured corn-stalks, In t until tpiantity, have also proved bcncli c nl. (jiviin nnd irra.ss should be the ch of fend in siiinmer, and e;r:iin with I'oo's in winter. Water .should be al lowed sparingly at it Uine, and the horse should never be used for nu hour or so lifter being fed or watorcd. Arsenic in srhiill doses is a favorite romedv with dealers, as in nearly all eases It cil'ects a temporary' euro more or less complete. They usually begin with threo rrrains a dny, incrptisine- to live a day in a week, and continue for three or four weeks, giving from ten to twelve grains daily towards the eud. .This, however, is not it remedy we would recommend to horse owners who wish to use thoir horses. Penleis employ it because it removes the disease at leant temporarily. As the' appetlto ts morbidly ravenous, leading I be allncted animal to cat tho lit tei etc., the bedding should bo removed bv day nnd the horse bo muzzled bv night.- - A Itiiup of rock salt at one cml of tho man cor, tun) a chunk of; chalk at the other' have been ftmndbcnollcial fturMXiU) The cofuitofTlow jersey"l8 wearing away at tho rate of live feet per year, nnd it Is only b question of time when tho wickedness oi tnttt etato win do tiiS' tributod throughout the Westi -arotf tVj. Uriel .. fr t'rm Tho Folly of Being Swindled. There U nn entire class of confidence (jamtt that appeals not exactly to our dishonesty but to our avarice; to our desire to make money faster than by the ordinary "Blow-coach" ways to make monoy by going a Utile out of our regu lar lino of Eusinew, by agencies of some kind, Instead of farming, lor example, about half of tho farnii In a certain tovnshlp in Ohi'i were sold under mort gage a few years ago, ami Boeiolvand tho church wore convulsed and almost disrupted, as follows : A line, ministerial looking gentleman cams to town and lectured on temperance. U was a good talker, and won the hearts of the good, religious, temperance pcoplo in that rich and moral tanning township. Ho staid In the region somo tlmo, no ono seemed to know, or at least , why. In a strictly conlldeiitial way ho ap proached one after another of the solid farmers, making each think lie was tho only one to have a chance at tho bonan za. It was this: He whs indirectly in terested In ft patent for the manufacture of an improved spring bed or nuHrc, far superior to any i; her. County and Stale rights wore sold for its manufac ture. A nrij frm Wo'torn Slates wero still unsold. If Mr. A. wanted a certain county in Iowa for ?,V), with the refusal oi the State at the same ra'e pereounty, he could have it, and the chtiiico to go out and prospect on tho ground. Coun ties would sell readily at f-JOO to -')0 e.ich. Tho thing must he kept strictly tpiiet and eonlitlenl ia1, or so many would rush in as to swamp llio thing. So farmer A. buys a county or two at Sj'iii, payment on his return, iirurvlrA lie tails. No possible chaneo for a swindle. All perfectly plain and clear. Ho had b -st not lot il bo known why ho goot West, or even thai ho goes at nil, if pos sible. "The still sow cats thicorn," you know. So ho gout, readily finds a purchaser for his county at $:'."iii, comes home with $-'00 profit, mortgages his faun and buys tho whole Statu at $'') nor count v: one hundred counties at if.Vi cost ?."i,0H0. ' One hundred counties In .' at i?'2'') will bring )?'.", K ; piolil of the transaction ),0W. So sfier a fow woks, his arraiigeineiits nre all made and he se!s forth to sell the rest of his counties itiul ful no Imirrf The mail who boierht his "trial county" at was a "pnl" of the iniiiisteii il leiiipeiaiier ieotuier who sold it to him f ir ."i0, anil didn't, ask his pay until let had sold. And il developed slowly th it. nearly half the fanners in this town had bought counties. Stales, or parts of States, or hail discounted nol"s given bv others in payment of county or Mtto rights. ' 1 tits man" rent t.tKen teams, notes, money, mortgages, niivthing iu payment, ami before tin; limit collapse anil cxpo.-e had turned all int. ) what ready c:ish they would bring, 'and left the region. ' Hero the appeal was made to tho nvnrice of the-e fanners. They left their regular btinintiss of finning, which Ihey understood, ami went into a tt'iulitliii oiilsiile ripi'cuia'.ion wuicn they td not Hniterxtnn'1, in the hopes of midden wealth or competence. They found tho seiipturo trtio: "They that make hftftt) W bo nt h fall into a snare." As a rule, it is best -to ''avoid outside speculation, even agencies of an agri cultural character; to' have nothing to do with the wonderful, tho astonishing, high-priced seeds, plants, agricultural or horticultural d'ncovcrius, bllght protif' pear trees, oureulio-proof plum trees, Russian tipple trees that bear all years or In all climates (and sell ut 1 a piece) ; Hoheinian oats that will mako us all rich and tho sood sells at $10 per bushel, under an association which you are urgctl to join. . .Then thero are agencies offered to you as "llio most itilluential farmer In town," anil on which yon aro sure to mako enormous profits. You are to sign an tinier for so many wagon Jacks or patent cultivators or "Revised Now Testaments," (for this Is ono of the latest nnd most pious dodges) or "farm diaries" or what not "to bo paid for when sold." Thill "order" turns up in three mouths or so as a judgment nolo for !j:!0i), which you havo to pay. "To be paid for when sold" means when yem are sold." fiir. I limit Sew Ynrh.i' A Heroic Girl. While two commercial travelers named Fayno nnd llariston, wero waiting for a boat at New River Forry.Va., Mr. l'ayno drove tho buggy into tho water to wash it oil, when tho liorse becnuio unman agoublo and plunged into deep water. Mr, Fayno endeavored to cut the animal loose, but was thrown into the water, and, having ou a heavy overcoat and boots, wus in a very critical situation. Lillio Hryant, daughter of tho fcrryninu, aged fourteen years, was on the other side 'of the river playing with a cants?. With great presonco of mind sho paddled at onco to the rcseuo; Mr. llariston, with less, ruiulo her come to the bank for him before going to tho rescuo of l'ayno, ho supposing that tho liltlo girl was not ublo to rescue Fayno ; but Mr. Uariston, soizing a paddle, put the boat to turning " round and round," aud so Fayne sank. Brave Lillio at once took command, ordered llariston to let her paddlo her own canoe, shoved it to tho spot whore Fayno was sinking for the third time, and called to him an ho went down : " Hold np your hands 1" Payno's hands wore thus above tho water when his head wont under, and tho intrepid girl scizod them, and, with Mr, Huris ton's help, drew them into tho boat. Mr. Fayno, in his gratitude, desires to educate and support the child, but Lillio is a romping girl, who delights in ft fishing-rod and a canoe more than dolls and dresses, aud is unwilling, it is said, to exchange the wild freodom of her mountain life for the confinement of a boarding-school, and esteems the musio of tho ripplcB of hor loved river sweeter far than the notes of a piano, ilmt aomcru Mcntcnaer. A Druggist's Misfako, ' Two friends named Ferris and Park er. of Denver, feolintr somewhat OU' nressed bv the heat ono day last week, went Into a drug store and asked the immaoulato clork ; for .two small doses of buchu. Having swallowed the same they startod for home. They had not nroeeeded far when Forvis began to twit Farkor upon the extraordinary and unbecoming hue which his face had as sumed, under tho influence of tho heat. iron haven't much to boa9t of," re torted Parker i "vours is about. as rod as a follow's face oimld get wWaout DreaKingout." rne two inonus men halted, and exchanged more elaborato orlticisms upon the appearance of each other's countonanoes, as a result of which thov concluded to mako tho quickest trip to the drug-store on reo- ord. more tne omiginz cierK iortn with discovered that he had given thera belladonna instead of buohu. A physician happened to be in the shop a, the lime, ana by his assistance a couple of valuable lives were, saved. The clork was good enough re say that be was muoh pleased at their recovery. T)u,., fLl l rn:k.,: 1 ' f'vw i www (tvtfoy AH OPEN LETTER. am Oaapkn iuimhiS tT! ! frmm farUM ik BUbsvt ftiM4lst . .. When the people of America become so thoroughly aroused, and on subject of such serious importance as the preservation of their lives and health, It Is but natural that the one who have been largely instru mental in the origin of thin movement should speak frankly and directly to the people most interested. It la for tbia reason that we thus come before the public and make the following revelations. Kvery careful observer who has sought to keep pace with the march of events has noted the alarming increase of certain pe culiar physical troubles within the past few years. These troubles have come at unex pected moments and in a most treacherous way. They have manifested themselves in Innumerable forms, but they have always had the name cause. They have not alllieted the minor parts of the body, but have gone direct to the strongholds of tho tiyuteiii, and their work has usually been as prompt as it is futtil. Their treacherous und deceptive natuie has often prevented a care fill auaylsis of whut causes them, and, as a result, intense suffering and tinul disaster have usually ensued. The real cause, however, lias been a derangement of the kidneys, and all of these troubles are, in fact, the tirst symptoms of the terrible bright s disease, which has cast its durk sbudiiw over so many homes in the land und is increasing wonderfully and contin ually. It is now conceded by the ablest physicians in every land and by eminent scientists the world over, thut this disase U tho result of blood poisoning. This poisoning is brought about by wasted and unhealthy kidneys that permit the poison to remain in the blood, instead of throwing It'frnm tint avslem. But it is emutllv evi dent to all who have studied into the effects and have become conversant with the facts, that a disordered state of the kidneys und liver produces most of the common complaints and pains which atllict the human race, and they can he traced to this source just as certainly us run llright's disease. To purify a stream we must go to its source, und to euro a diseuso we must rrmnre the can't. It being true, therefore, thut nine-tenths of all human ailments are caused by diseased kidneys or liver, the only certain way to cure those troubles is by treating tho organs which cause them. How intimately the kidneys are associated with the entire system inuy be understood from the fuct that over I, DUO ounces of blood pass through them every hour, being iiiorii tliun i0 gallons, or nearly one ton in the course of twenty-four hours. This vast mass of living fluid is sent to every pun of the body, ami if the kidneys are diseased the impurities thatarcin the blood ore not removed, anil hence pass through the veins, carrying discaso in some one of its many terrible forms. The horrors which accom pany most of the diseases caiiHcd by tlisur dered kidneys und liver cannot be described in print, while the dangers surrounding them ure even greater than the egony. And yet a person may be troubled for months without knowing the cause of tHe ili-oiises that have attacked him. tfouie of the symptoms of the llrst stages, any one of which indicatesdisordercd kidneys or liver are these: l'ains in the buck and around the loins, severe headaches, dizziness, in lhtnicd eyes, a eoated tongue ufid a dry mouth, loss of appetite, chilly sensations, indigestion (the stomach never is in order when the kidneys or liver ure deranged,) a dryness of the skin, nervousness, night sweats, muscular debility, despondency, a tired feeling especially at nlglit, pulling or bloating under the eyes, etc. if any of the following things are noticed about the lluids passed from the system, it shows that the kidneys and liver are out of order: A red deposit, a scum upon the surface, an un usual thickness or thinness, a very dark or t very light color, a burning sensation in uussliir. an unusual ouor, a reieinion, or a frequent desire to void and inubility to do so- The above are a fow of the hundreds of symptoms which indicate the beginning nf aggravated eases oi Kinney or liver u 111 cullies, and they require Instant attention. If these symptoms are not checked atonre. they are almost certain to result in some one of the many terrible discuses of the kidneys. Hut unpleasant as all the symp toms and even these diseases may be, they are as nothing compared to the lust s'uges of the complaints. The kidneys waste away by degrees, accompanied by intense pains; the heart becomes uncontrollable; the lungs are oppressed; the eye-bulls grow (lussy, and the entire Bystcm is reduced and debilitated. For weeks before death comes the sufferer looks forward to it as a blessed relief, and anything that can furnish even temporary help is gladly huiled. Then it is that bloatine hsiirins: tho face becomes putty and pallid; the breath can only be caught iu Rasps, speech is impossible and muscular action sus pended. The patient finally sinks into a stute of unconsciousness to everything except tne pains wuicn are racking mm, and death comes by certain but slow deirrees. There cun be but one conclusion which ull readers of care and judgment will uraw iroui iiiesu which is ma necessity of treating the disease in fnand by thut means which has been preren tbe best unit most emcicnt. It lias been our privilege te treat more ruses nnd effect more cures of this terrible complaint than hasever been known before in the history of the world. The woader ful sale which our remedies have attained is due wholly to the fact that they h"ve cured the ones who have used them. Th power and value of any remedy must rest wlioliy on a riusis oi worm, ana ncrc is just where our Sato Kidney und Liver Lure una lounn its wonaeriui power ana success, lint in tins connection conies one Important fact: It has always been true that articles of merit are subject to imita- ions. No one seeks to counterfeit tlio lulls oi a worthless hunk. The productions of a rucked inventor or witless wntor are never copied. It is lust so Willi a iicbihik remedy. If it possess no merit it will not be .subjected to imitations. If, how sver, it has power and vuluo, imitations will spring up on every side. While it is s iriRHie to tne vauie oi inismeuicum mm It has imitations, still, in justice to those who are suflertng, we feel tliat all stiouia be warned against them. There is but one known remedy that has ever hcen able to cure serious kidney troubles or control these great organs when onco tierangeti, ana that remedy is War ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure There are numerous nostrums on the market claiming to be just as efficient and some nn nil even claim to be the same. J. he test if merit, however, is in what has been accomplished, and we therefore say unhes itatingly that for all diseases of the kid neys, liver and urinary organs Warner's Sufo Kidney and laver Cure stunds alone, not only in point of excellence, but in the wonderful results it has achieved. In order to successfully avoid the purchase of spu. rious und injurious medicines, observe these facts: Our remedy is put up In (lark amber glass bottles, with theSufe(our trade-mark) mown in tne nack. a private proprietary six cent internal revenue utamp is aftixed to the neck and covers the top of the cork and is of a light brown oolor. In tbe middle thereof Is a Safe in outline, and on it the picture of a ncaro eutheritw bnrh If this stump is not found on everv bottls of the Safe Kidney and Liver ("ure, or if mere is any evidence that it has been tam pered with, and if a Safe is not blown on the back of the bottle, reject the bottle at onco, ana insist on Having a genuine one. We re led to Publish the foreirninr. in order that the public may know and realize just where we stand. We have always Buue.,.1, w ci uur personality roro 00- truding upon the public, knowing full well that the value of our remedy was the essential thing, but the unexampled use which has been made of this medicine, and the volumes of letters we are constantly receiving demand a personal statement from us..- We are justly gratified at the Jontldenc whtoh has been shown n' and thankful for the myriads of cures our remedy has performed, and we pledge our selves for tbe 'uturo as we have endeavored hi tbe past, to furnish the.best and enly valuable remedy that can control and core all the many and terrible troubles arising irooi uirwrucm oi tnese great organ. ' Sincerolv, i - h it w,....ie !.. f- fit ti nni ub v.i Bocbester. N. Y, " ' .: --. ' i il The Meanest Lover Yet Frederick O. Lyman is a festive youth with a rudimentary mustache that hov ers lightly above his gulloless smile, like the misty aureole over thev head of a saint in a stained-glass window. .Long years ago fourteen may bo when ho was a lhtlo hoy, ho had a playmate for whom ho entertained tender feelings. Of course sho was a little girl; otherwise there would have been no tender feel in"s. Childish affection ripened into youthful love, and for some tune past the pair havo been in that complicated state of mind peculiar to engaged per sons. But Frederick was not content with prospective hliss and one gii'L Last September he made the acquaint ftneo of Miss Dow and ingratiated him self Into her conlideuce to such an extent that the kevs of her room were usually to be found in his pocket, and ho was not seldom in the room. Still ho did not neglect his besi girl over in Charles- tswn hut, continued to visit her With customary regularity and contemplato llio matrimonial prospects with una bated enthusiasm, llo thought it would bo tho nroper thin' to present tho ob ject of his legitimato ulloctiou with a bridal trousseau, and oiio day he gavo hor quito an extensive outlit, which pleased hor greatly. It wits very kind and thoughtful of Frcddio, to make such a useful present to his adored ono, but his manner of obtaining tho trous seau is open to criticism, perhaps, lie displayed much forethought end dis crimination by selecting in Miss Dow a friend just about tho bizo of the " other girl, but it was not treating Miss Dow exactly right to lake itdvantago of her trusting disposition nnd carry off her clothes as a present to t'other I'bnrmer. That was why tho festive Frcddio stood in the dock yesterday nnd pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny, and looketl very menu, while tho boot upon the judicial desk quivered visibly, as though its very sole were aching to como down and get ono good square chaneo ut him. Miss Ilow, a thin-ntccu inuy oi uncertain age, with a Derby hat and blue spectacles, briefly related tho story of her wrongs. She had given tho defendant free ac cess to her apartments, mid ho had abused her eonliileiloe by Meming her clothes for another woman. Then tho other girl, with auburn ha'.r mid plain spectacles, took tho staint nnu mm now Frcddio made her a present o tiro things, and said a lady friend had given them to him. Were the articles new nnd nicor' asked tho Court. " No. sir. Some of them wero new, but thov ttere not nice," and having triven this charanleristit; feminine stub at her rival, Freddie's bet girl elevated her chin iu triumph nnd sailed across the room to a seat. Counsel for the de fendant tried to smooth matters n little bv statins' that ns a matter of fact tho clothes were given to Lyman by Mi Dow, but fearing that such a story would not be believed and that ho would be convicted anyway, Lyman had en tered a plea of guilty to biive trouble. "1 believe he had abundant grounds for pleading guilty." remarked bis Honor with a grim .smile. "It's a very peculiar caso when a young man pay ing attention to two women gets into the confidence of the second to steal her clothes nnd make a present to the tirst. In addition to the turpitude of larceny, it involves an extraordinary spirit of meanness. Six months in tlie House of Correction." Huston '. A young woutd-bu wit in Lewiston Mo., who attempted to fit ill" a hall'-in toxicnd lumberman, was greet et with "I mind my own business, know what you aro. Worn -ike No.: clothes-pins out of such stock a- yoi up our way. .bm j;it!" Fnop. Eobert Odixm, of the Natator ium, this city was cured of a severe at tack of rheumatism by the uso of St. Jacobs Od. Wanhington D. V.) Star. A Chattanooga letter savs: Already thoro is invested hero over :i,O0'),OOO in manufiicturingenterprises, over Sii.OOO,. 000 of which is ln'h'on interests. Ono company nloiic, tho Uoaun Iron Com pany, has a paid-up capital of $1,000, 000, ami I understand money is every dny seeking investment here. To givo nu idea how much value-have increased here, in 1S71 tliero was $.t,00,0ii0 worth of property, nnd in 181 it swelled to $6,500,001), or about ono hundred per cent In ISM.' tho assessed value will bo over $7,000,000. In tho manufiie tories there ure employed over S.tiOfl hands, the lloane Iron Company paving ono-fourth of theso. or 800 in all. Tira Boston Pilot soys : Bt. Jacobs Oil stands without on equal. Mr. John Francis Clink, who at present sits in the judges' box at hp som, and declares each year the win nets of tho Derby and Oaks, has occu pied the posl for thirty years. His father and grandfather hold it before him. It has been in tho family scvonty-six years, nnd ho will be succeeded by his sou. Too Thankful for tVunli. Coal Ui'N I'rossinu, Aiii;,,,Muy 21, 1MS0. II. II. Warnfb it Co.: Wn-1 am too thankful to express in words l he good your Sale Kidney and Liver Cure has done my family. ivi-v. i. r. jiarulee. The Connecticut Legislature hns provided that School Boards, on tho po tition of twelvo adult residents, may or der instruction in the public schools concerning the olTect of intoxicating beverages. "Mm must work end women weep, fio runs the world away !" But thov need sail weep so much it they ne Dr. J'"ieree's "Kavnrile l'reseription," which cures nil the painful maladies pecu liar to women. Sold by druggists. Professors Kiley has given hi? col lection of 150,000 bugs, including !0,5G0 speoioa, to tho ,' national museum at Washington, ' Prof. Kiley must have undertaken to have a little pardon somo whero some time, to have been ablo to make such a collection as that. Courier Journal. .. '' "tioldra NdU'nf OlseoTerj" has been used with signal sttecess in eon sumption of the lungs, consumptive night ftwcula, spitting of blood, shortness of brent h, weak lungs, coughs, bronchitis nnd kindred a flections of throat and chest Kold by druggists. . . Anthony. Comstock has discovered that there are 550 places in New York where one. can play policy, and it makes him faint to think of attacking such combination. The huge, drastic, (friplng, sickening pills are fast being superseded, by Dr. Pierce's " Purgative Pellets," Hold by druggists. Of the Y.iln class "of 182 no fewer thau seventy-two confess that they drink intoxicating liquids, sixty-seven sraoko, lifty-sevcu bet, forty gamblo and tif ty-t wo swear. Fourteen of tho class are engaged to be nwn'iod,,-.A. t Sun, . l -. ' . ?s Kidneys; nature'. sKuoyit. Kidney-Wort keeps luciia active, rn.oria. X nomnhited his trA Cam paign agalnat Denmark at .eighteen, overtjirew 80,000 Russians" at Nam before nineteon, oonqnored Poland and Buxony at tweny-four, and died at thirty Bl. Catarrh ot the Bladder. . Bunging, smarting, Irritation of the bladdci passages, diiohargea, Ae., cured by Btichupijiba. ii at druggists. Prepaid by express ,tlM t for 15. , E. B. Well, Jwdey City, N. J. Vrnnen ut thirty-two. and won distinction before forty. Fob dvperlsi Indigestion, deprwisloo ol inirits and guueral dubiJity, hi their vanou. fnrni i also m a preventative at;alust fever and ap-ua and other Intermittent fcvcn, the " Fcrro Phosphorated Elixir of Calisaya," made bj Csitwell, Hazard A Co., New York, and aold b; all DruHiiit", is the best tonic and for patients recovering from foyer or other sickliest, it baa ootqual l,.Vur ll.tal-Ul4.JfcJ PERILS OF THE DEEP. "Tuiilnr vnvtrlp dnwn tho Elver Tuuits, ,n Priln."i'.ilil Oiptuhl lhij leii lo u ri priwiiiiillt . of tliis Journol In ri'-ent conversation by t te SOU htl'ito. "1 llS'l I" "shout1 I'' WUtl'rlllll.tlU himi-st b'i'ljrnlKilltelKlnv-livr IH't.ulnl lillillliier unit! rut Iil. I.'pimIiii! the siruiis i,l Mc-xlnu, I i,.,.. ,i,r ... im.it, .ti in ii I'.-Iil Willi tburliv aur ......'ii.wi, tin SiitniLiie.ii riviT ill Kriinri', 1 r...:v.-,i m ini ji' of nhiii from nn -excited Hint .,...i1..,l l.iiiil.iiiiiii AltllMlL'll Ibis WHS ll'lt V t.l :ii:innil nriiihl In- terinol iliinu'crniix, I f "l ....-i.i. nn- i.iv ton tluiii liiu-twcom; fur. n. I..,,. ..it I,,' lintl.4 lit-,, fri-f mid 1-ll-V ion! nut cr.uiiiiLil or bjmimbcO 1 uiu u'.i riJit. Uf luto I L.i,. . ,4qs. enrrvn stork offr. Tion On. In my little boat rriiei'apluln rullsif'lluby Mine," iiiui luiKStoivd lli.-r-'ln fltfuil roi'keLs, llieriiioiinlcr, s.inms, j.rc.i'-ifins.eie. unit I have bin Hole Inuilite. n.-,cnsiurlhiu;out 1 nib ntys-lnlHirottiilily .villi (he. llrli.-l", und 113 ttnii'ill Ui"li tbe jiii i:li-s li in terfol. Vnun CKislent exK-uro 1 oni inmii ubut iiibi'i't to rln am .lie pains, nnd iiulliiiiu tviniid eii-r bcnelit inn until 1 gut hald nf Hi i -(.rent tleriimn IteDiedv. Why, oil my travel I lane ltv-t lu"I'l win) had l ei n stiilvriag widi rbenai iili-iu fir your.-; by jnyinlibo tli,-j'li:,i'd Ibi'iiiliiii l it t ared tb.'iii. 1 Wnu'd aisuier ilu ir,inutf.'i. fur duys tl 'il bo wllbuiit lid i fn Cdy liirelle lionr. in lin-l I Wullld lint nlleliipi. a trip witliuut 11." Tli iCupn.ia bsi.'ni.io v.ay t-n- tllll-lllMil nil tbetllbjl'l't l.l' T, .lA'.iliS ) I., 0.1,1 win ii p left him bo wn villi etiltw liHlunirs ol tbe i -unlive iiiuliiii'iif llic (jicttlUcriuua Jivu- civ to p puny iiine-ici nun - 8TO?SACIJ It U th coiicufrcut Uiitimiij of th diH n y.t hm hm-'IumI n)ttMlfM, lli.it IKhI-U?i 'h StntucU It;it;i i.- a aii'1 li-'Ui'ti, Bti'ii-ltM roctilyi'.i:; livtsr diutnlfr, tt ititl;..i ftti'l liKBtotiH thti coiivjUcriifo nf thtiia it'.'i'VotiuK fi-n (iifofl'liug diiUkJitu, Uitiifcver, it utl.u nu.'l spfi.-ifio fr ftivvraiiU ittio. Kori! Vyill Drugi'f.sts md Dcaleri fiL-iiorallf.' I 4'i:SlK v.mr Mrif ll"ff"f. Cni.'. fsWhH ill' I'l-lllti'V i.iifl I . I u . I V 111 .'ffiwK Vl.-T'l .t Milk nn.l HulU't''. l'.'"L ;.r I S,.MI for my in Ho,.. -, a. .till. I, S.:. lU iM:n .-Mrtft-f. I'nHnilf lp)u;i. f'l. MOORE'S uNEKsrn, Atlanta! (in. One ot tho best itrartles) hoIiisiXii Hi" ii.iih.iv. 'V-mI-iiV i.iiujwl UHKh KKW ANIi HKCONI) n.NP, A il.t. .-- IIAHItlst lil l noims. 11111.-1111.., i n 'Iflflfl SVHKSI TOIT Dt.tltltV. Tin- Ifviaemi i' l tXl I'l.-ls" An-i..'ilion, "I I mihlll, Mun-iM' w ill pay yuil llinl. Aftn'rt !t:fiilM it'll ,i HI.Ii'U. I.ll .nl coini.ilM u-.'iii. Kv. rvt. ..lv -loiil l.T .1.-.-.-ri i . v- cilru'.lt A l.ll,-. '. i;. SM ALL, S, .'il.li.f. im n. h iMMmli kcAntnit. Illn 'lrt..liitlatIUI tn. TUKAULTalAI)TAVlXUUa.UuiiWlil.a AGENTS WANTED FOR TIU I HIST0RYW0RLB Smllldnl lull iiil lullioime twilinu Ol et li.l d l... UlI md mrrl.ru tlUi.l. ftud lnClUlllllf I hlltul f thi .in Hid lull of tin Orck od Romin Kmplr.l, III! lik-ill. agft., thi IUA lauilal ijnirui, i n r.'MTioft- lloj, .h iIuodtiii and iltlerair.t it thi how Woild. ato., aw. . , Ii ounialm S7V l"i hutorical (mini, md a tht noat coiniilllt lli.tt-rj ol Oil Woi M avtr piihlinlniil, Biol fir ipacliil.'i. ( and axil tirnia to Asaoll. AJitiaia ' 'liosat PoaMiaiao t:o., AllaiCa, Oi A1TI'.JiTI!V CilX OWM.IIN. Heotr iiiiiiovisl llurMe-l'uwcr. Tne. work n six horsm done by line. Cm be 8(110810'' bv uy gin owner iu five houn at a cost t f $1.60 for in i s anil lumber. Positively iiidispensii le to every vin owner. Model and lull nstruotioiu, with individual riilit, Fept per exprtus prepaid tin receipt of price, $10. Send for circulars. Address CALHOUN &WALKKR. Hotly Spr tigs, Miss. ALBcMAPLt FEMALE INSTITUTE u.iti.rrsviM.i', . Able Piieully.. Healil ful ami beautiful bica ion Instrnetion thorough. Tcrmsvtry low, Ketsiou beg ns Sept. 20lh. Otdorcit ulogtie. hi'.v. A. LdiiANK, A. M., WM Hi 1'ICKIKS N, Trineipiils. k v D h-:n'JTH-st:FNT5 U!tfJTrn-.HO beat r S l-islSoit arrteles lo t lie world ; I asm,- )V wfv..r A'lilr. .i( tlrimion. li.iirull. alio. t.M bKMI'i.M 1 liuvo usnl llli. 11 aki lilt's TllON - atwi'nlv-flve veara In nii-ilh-liu,. havo aever inurxl Iitoa '1'onic does. In miuiv eases niiverlshi-itcniiilltlnii ,ir llio'bloatl. t'uiei thut havo Imltlfd some of oitr most eminent nhv Turenne, passing through tho grades of captain, colonel, major-general and lietifcrnant-Bouoral. became a marshal t ! ail ms ml mm P W CELESSATED 5 1 fetTwt t aTirttri lit n a it a iff 7 jay mw ev jni nine renii'dy. I presenile it in nreierenee to anv iron preparation uiaae. m '"V.'-r. i,,ti, t.s. is Ua. UAUTEii'e lttos Toxic la a neecsalty In my practlRO. , Dit. BOBU3?A-.,V Ares ST. T.ol-l. llo,. Vov. Wth. IMHI. moj w asn. a- ltalvncnlevto thr hlnoil natural healthful forte to the d lyent Uv ornans antl iertwiMilrm,ntaf.-iiia ft rrmiHmf( to flcnnral Jjfunt of Aj'P t (fe,tI"roi(rif (on of Vital j-nieeri ana Jiiiporenoe.' HANyFACTURED BYJHE DR. HARTCR I'fiKS. LVDI& E. PlHKHiifl, OF LYHS. Kitx , LYDIA- E. PINKHAK'8 yESETABLE COMPOUND, I i Js n l'nsltlve Tnro rbrliH tteo TolnOi' Cociplnlat anS Wralntaw uruniinon lo mr hn.t ft mule popiiltllm. It 111 cure i ntlr it ,orm 0' FraahtCa plaint's, all orarli l tri)lile, Iiiftunniatlon and rhw Hon, I'iiHHis 'C I'Ui'tai cmceU.andthe eonaqnttt Sulnitl Wia'.c... and i liartlculrrlr aOaptea tcb t::ui!" o' , i , .111 :: nil'ir1ttirai)rtfrnathei(rmi no i ul ilaifut ik-vilojitpent. The wmraorloait ci r.il: liumoi 1 1 1'crt-1 I'lucUed I7 I11t t7 1 ji n tnnves fuintiiem, aotulroxjr, diitr7iil awtof for jtlmuliuits. "'"I nlliiTMWMkncM of lhfloa::r . l;-,.,ntl v-, Ui'nOnches, Nrnroul PrOltr if ' ..' 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I It hM rclflo notton oa this most lnporturt n. nnr.l,llnn It t.l UlTOW Of? tOTidllj IW Si.mIIoii. itlianlatlnc UiohoalUi7 acoMtlonof II Ui9 Bile, and by Itcping tlia bowoli ia tm V u.,i,iM .mw.!nc-onvinlArd!se'.irre, ' r i if yoaarobtUom.rtyjpepUe.twni'Upitfld.m anfforinjt from maUriA, Kldnoy-TVort U thi remedy yon need, " FAIL NOT TO TRY IT. I PRICE $1. SOtO BY DMUOOIST8. BEAUTIFUL FEET I nn' nuir of our Laales' Flno FaslilflmibH Beit BUTTON BOOTS II. e ri i't ipt nl 8'l.UU, '"""' 'jr u" 'I"- . iiri ti in'i'-Nii' i,i i-.'-w I)i-al,'is. Iillisvilli'.hy. MUE-.HENS.LM. In Smiist) V.urloMT bi'rasoD nd Clienilii, l ('till riwInold hirl worthlon truh. Bmn ...li. ,n thi. eoimtrv. MTlitl moo or in. anniiM U..I iihtildui'i cooaiuoa riiii"i ii" nu mun.aiielT filu.hll. Kohln on MTlk will Dill hnri Iaj nil bhjridm'iCundllliia Powdtn. Dmn.iM iwp-.i,liil l ooi pioi ,":.;ii(,S I'LT ,.nt t.; urn! for lltUr linnpl. I. S. i0HB0X I CO. R.i.io-i, Mull., fotm.rlj Bugor, III. rEATING l.......i,.,,,H'.'N-T FHKR. na. J.U A Tratlifl fn tnrlr .UoriraN,r.o.llox lan.taiu-icoit eiy, wnr wra nosm T"i- 91 A II nl -Ml UiurtM .,UM. I-'"! w .f.u.H .. . k.,,, t,,.r B h,M O I Suaot ntuafts. itacmtnes mf be, ,.,...i'i,.i.aiil mtxMit ba KumhufcM. I .- Vi, i.. n ap.. ,i "Urt ' tvtJ'? Tf&$ ul (uiMn. ma, li.m 1 11 H.1W1.M. wiSrl STRONG'S PECTORAL PILLS A HUKB KEMEDT FOR COLDS AND RHEUMATISM. Ennn heslthy ippetlll, food dlgMtlon, rfgnllHlJ th iKimlt, A rsKi-ioin oo to liri.lc.Tl "" ii-.ill:tut:rtn.'l br.irliillioner.iiiSfTitem, inigi'o'jioi mid hvillli to enrt Ubil 01 in. Bmiy. coo y..r l':lliipllb- en suaii- .-1 p. o. Boi n-A w. y. c.ir. COMFORTABLE FEEI Ouepuir in" our Ladies' Flno, Softwater- roof, mn-'itjln, aenniwe, u roni. -7 mkm boots :ir;;:;,," ei SIS.OO, ilium y or Miuiii-. , ., laiffltlO f Pfl Wie.MS-ili. Pui'l ifttilLld '' " I. iui viiV.K- 'CM uo Clubl I"' " m BKA I Kl) TliiS, uil "iir I"""" ".ilcnteraiiM Surl Itl 5A 1 L''r!PVt!r'sl o i-nvK.'onrown lme"i """ IbtS&lhsfi ol II"" I'sutllul l'i sen I"1'"'! 1., I,.t..iit, w.i'liii;; .Cllibl. rWdl'l. U''W.r. oi ,i -".H1A"TH.I?" i;.l i . bolniT ,lv,IHi-1 l!,fTr J"'";'" ..:l,lelrli,TOI.II..i...llli-i'-..-p. n. IWIihiIiwU""' e,ii,.. miiI weii nr.-t l,nila It prK-ll.l. No liii'lnf- 'l lio (ireiit American Ti u '., Iiiijmrler,' r. o. ii.,1 ; ii w vtsMt bi'., healthTswealth! Dt. K. C. Wait'l Shti l Stall Tallin" J ll clllc for Ilym-rla, Ditilnna, CootiiIiIom, Hun.liicha, Menul lpinalMi, I.on of Mimort, nwj tin old Ago, oaunfil by orir-inrtlon, which IJ"" nimorr, rticay and lifalh. Oni hoi will ia r'"!flTI K:ich Snx coulalnl ona monlh'f triatmenl. Ona a01',rJ ooi oni I bin m for Sti dollara i lint oy nail pripm" r.cpijil of orloi. Wi guarantaa all boial to cun ) caiu Wiih l.ch ordar riciiiad by na for III ,"'!: e.'ii:pni. wuh va dollari, wo will Mod t Fje cli,r oir writlau (tiarautia to riturn tho mooey liuilment do-1 not affect I cun. Oiiaranu-a l"Mu' hyll J. l.l IIS. I hurlralou. at. . Ortan ) l il promptly lllcnd.d to. formerly Bantur, Sla. PAINLESS EYE VATEBj RELIEVES AT ONCE. Cum In"""1'1, ."if ?M Kyu In I low houn. OlTM RO " llUi IIKST REIKI! ST lo thi rld fcr r", li.li. rriamat'KriTSlaoottli. Aihforlt- w 00""r DB. . A. DICKET. FMktM BttlSTOh, TW' lOu OAKDRIFFVOE for thi halt.) l'ilbliher' Union. Allau'.H. On TweiitJ-Shw TEA S3 Million r?"L"iJ In ahnndnncn. Imported last yt.ir.-l "r ' than ccr.-Ar;cii wJf',.r -... ri.ii:I for circular. B aniV"-""T "-..t v.r?! 10 Urn. Uooa Blncitorrii.;ii p, 10 lb. I' liio Dlnclc or "Ih. 1 0 lbs. Choice Black or OTlxcd, wr Bend for pound inmj'.le, IT tU. .ntn tct r? Jf Ken pot up a clul). Choicest Tea In in , T lnreat vurtety.-l'leaj. i y''iTuia Hoiire in Ainiirlco.-No elirotno.-3 u Strnlcht business.-Value for n,1"15.; A i-.,l' MOB i WKLLS.43 Y7 tSU,N...,t'-0-'.- narKunn i . paMable fart tfef.,or,nirferf.;Wf InVny pru"'lle-eri.rTn atieipcfljn"? TO.N10 .i,-'ji.v'orti HI FariMi' Parte .!' ''".TiVhlood la Blood, and will ooniplilolr oharwl ihj "JwtfVS atln yitooi la tans) pop'K UKbiIE tU Uhi om rill "ion plgbl from t "pSJbS aitonrt M oonnd health. U inch ' 1 titlir tua' Sold irvwh.r or sinJ ny aiall Jer Wiw i u inn NMON ab CO., Daiiaa, .., hive never inund inytldni to (live tne nsaaiw V"' ,,, an ia of Nervous Prostration, Female DIbcokcs. HyBPt'I,8V,Urfii car -I, this iieerlom romody leu, In my hands, made ome ."compar: A invtliim i-BU'iitni novo yieiiu-u w r-- v nmnooiw i ... l MSDIOIN CO., ?I3 N, MIH Tt T' ft WtiJiP WiMiM .r