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Showers to Have a New Trial.
LEIUNON, Fa., Nov. 10.—Judge
McFherson to-day granted the applica
tion of counsel lor William Showers,
self-confessed murderer of his two
grandchildren, to withdraw his plea of
guilty and granted hun a trial by jury.
Lamar for the Supreme Bcneh.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 10.—There is
: no longer any doubt that during the
' first few days of the coming session of
congress the president will nominate
Secretary Lamar to the vacancy on th •
supreme bench caused by the death of
Justice Woods and at the same time
Postmaster-General Vilas wiil be nom
inated to succeed Mr. Lunar as secre
tary of the interior.
Coal Famine In the West.
PITTSBURG, Nov. 10. —Western
Pennsylvaniaissuffering from drought.
The Ohio river is so low that coal fleets
cannot pass down, and. as a cou
sequence, a coal famine is imminent at
points below Wheeliug. Prices have
advanced at Cincinnati, Louisville and
St. Louis. The miners are idle, but
have not withdrawn their demand for
an advance. The arbitration commit
tee which was to discuss the wage
question bf the river coal miuers for the
coming season, has indefinitely ad
journed, and until the river raise and
coal can be shipped again the miuers
will have to remain idle. Raih fell this
morning, but there was so little as to
be only an aggravation.
Among.the laws of ISS7 is one to
preveut and punish the making and
dissemination of obscure literature and
immoral and indecent matter. The
attention of those who are in the habit
of defacing walls by obscure lines and
pictures theie on is called to the third
section of the act, where they will find
that a penalty of a fine not exceeding
five hundred dollars aud imprisonment
not exceeding oue year, is imposed on
those who indugled in that sort of a
musemeut. Fences, walls, floors, ceil
ing, closet, room passage, hall or eny
other part of any hotel, court house,
depot or and other public places or
buildings are included in the law, or
any obtcure drawing or picture, or
print liable to be seen by others pass
ing or coming near the same are liable
to suffer the penalty of the law.
The Pay of Miners Advanced.
NAZELTON. Pa., Nov. 10.—At a re
cent meeting of individual coal opera
tors of the Lehigh regiou held in Phila
delphia it was decided to give the mer.
now wotking in thir mines au advance
0f44 percent, above the amount that
was being paid whpn the strike begun.
This advance is to date from Nov. 1,
and is made in accordance with the in
creased price of coal at tidewater or in
accordance with the sliding scale A
Pardee & Co., through their bosses,
Weduesday notifitd the men now work
ing for them of the advance. Coxe
Dros. & Co., of Dritton, also posted
notices on that daylto the same effect.
It is not considered tii.it this advance
is any concession to the men, but will
no doubt have the effect of inducing
mauy of the strikers to return to work.
RUINKD BY RASCALITY.
The Cashier of the St. Louis National
Bank Under Arrest.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 10.— Developments
in the Fifth National bank suspension
show fraud and forgery, and the cashier
C. C. Crecillius, is now under arrest,
and charged with false entry and
forgery. President Henry Overstoltz
would have been arrested if not on his
deathbed. He died yesterday after
noon. He was formerly mayor or this
It is reported that on the books the
figures of raore than fifty entries have
been changed. It is further charged
that on two occasions Crecilius' reports
to the bank directors were false. Cre
cilius was interested in five concerns
which the bank was carrying in sums
ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 each
LINGG'S AGONY ENDED.
The Young Anarchist Cheats
CHICAGO, Nov. 10.—This morning
at 9 o'clck Louis Lingg, one of the
condemned anarchists, committed sui
cide. Lingg ended bis life by means of a
fulminating case He held the case in
his mouth and lit it with a candle
which was burning in bis cell. The
explosion was the first warning that
the jail people bad, the guard seeing
him with the candle in his hand, sup
posing that he was lighting a cigar.
From the effects of the explosion half
of the head was torn away. Immedi
ately after the explosiou Deputy O.
Neal rushed into Lmgg's ceil.wich was
completely enveloped in smoke. There
he found the young anarchist lying on
his back with great holes in his bead,
from which the blood was rushing In
torrents He was at once carried into
the jail office aud placed on a table.
While Dr. Gray was examining him he
coughed slight ly and the food poured
again from his terrible wounds and
from bis mouth and nostrils. After a
while Jailer Foltz made an examination
of the cell. On the floor he found the
shell of a fulminating cap. The sheriff
said there had undoubtedly been dyna
mite in it. At 2.15 Lingg began to
sink and at 2.50 he died. Sheriff Mat
son says Lingg was stripped and care
fully searched yesterday and the day
before. The news of Lingg's dreadful
deed created the most profound excite
ment'at the sheriff's office. The in
telligence was received there almost im
mediately after the eyent.
Whan Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria,
Whan she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clang to Castoria,
Whan she had Children, ake gars them Castori*
He Swallowed an Eel.
A Buffalo special relates the follow
ing ; llenry Steiner coughed up a
nineteen ounce eel this afternoon
fainted when he saw it, and is now iu
a very weak condition, but out of
danger. The eel is sixteen inches long
and a perfect fish, with the exception
of the eyes which are wanting. The
mouth is very long and shaped like
that of a sucker fish.
Last December Steiner, who is a
wood carver, thirty-one years old, drew
a pail of water from the city hydrant
on Lemou street, near his house, and
drank a glassful. In swallowing he
felt a lump about the size of a hazelnut
pass down his throat. Two months
later he began to suffer the most terri
ble cramps aud stomach pains, which
have coutinued until to-day. Doctors
treated Steiner successively for neuralgia
of the heart, gastlitis, dyspepsia and
tapeworm, administering morphine
when the pain was severest. A week
ago the strongest emetic failed of ef
Steiner became convinced that he
had a tapeworm, and by the advice of
his mother-in-law bought a quart of
whiskey yesterday aud went 10 bed
drunk. This noon wheu he arose he
was in terrible agony, aud about two
o'clock the eel appeared from his
mouth, head first. The fish was cov
ered with a slimy mucus from the
membrane of the stomach and did not
lacerate the throat. It was in a torpid
condition when placed in water, but
soon wriggled around and lived four
Killed In Atluiita.
They were talkiug about the cheek
of tramps the other day wheu a Wood
ward avenue merchant said :
"Two or three weeks ago a tramp
came in and struck me for a quarter.
Two days later he came again. In two
weeks he called on me five times, get
ting. something each time. I finally
turned to and gave him an awful blast
ing. He listened to me quietly and re
spectfully, and finally said :
" 'My excuse is that I served my
" 'You a soldier—bah !'
" 'Dut I was, sir. They have got
me iu the painting of the Dattle of
, " 'I dou't believe it I"
" 'lf you take me iu there I'll point
myself out to you. If you don't see me
represented in there you may kick me.'
"Well," said the merchant, "I toow
him at his word and went over to the
panorama with him. He didu't hesi
tate at all,but walking to the front and
pointing to the railroad gap he said :
" 'Tneie I am, sir.'
" 'Where ?"
" 'Just to the right of that dead
" 'Hut that man is dead.'
"'Yes sir, that is tie ba'lie I was
k'lhd in !' "— Detroit Free Press.
A Girl ss a C'ur Conductor.
An Ausouian yonng lady had occa
sion to act as conductor on one of the
street cars one .lav last under pe
culiar circumstances. In company with
another young lady she was riding
from Dirmiugham, and by mistake in
depositing fares for both drop|>ed a
qu irter of a dollar iuto the box whence
no chauge couies. The quarter jingled
the glass sides with an unusually loud
sound that caused the driver to take
his eyes off the road for an istant and
place them iu the direction of the fare
box. As his optics caught sight of the
quarter settling itself down the glass
toboggan they also noticed an out
stretched hand belonging lo the young
lady, and his ears heard the familiar
sound of "Change please." The Jehu
explained away aJI thoughts that the
young lady had of ever getting her 15
cents change, and told her that the
way be saw was for ber to collect
three fares from the passengers as they
entered the. car. Accordingly 'the
young ladvv as any sensible person
would do, bided her time, and from a
trio who boarded the car collected the
amount of her deficiency, thus balanc
ing herself with the company treas
Chaffed the Wrong Man.
A citizen who had just laid down
S9OO for a span of carriage horses was
driving when he met a farmer coming
with a load of apples, Desiring to chaff
the stranger a bit, he drew up and in
"Say.how'll you trade teams ?" The
farmer halted, got down from his ve
hicle. looked the team over, and slowly
"Wall, by gosh 1"
"What's the matter ?"
"If you hadn't stopped me, I
wouldn't hove known the team."
"Did you ever Bee these horses be
"Did I ? Why I raised 'em V Sold
'em both to[a horse-trader in town three
wetk* ago. That nigh one has tie
heaves and the other is a cribter and
has two spavins. I'll trade you for $75,
and that's allowing $25 apiece more on
your horses than I got."
The owner of the "spankers" hasn't
seen a peaceful hour since that meet
ing.— Detroit Free Press.
Centre of the United States.
An army officer, now in Chicago asked
the other day : "Do you know where
the exact geographical centre of the
United States is ? Never thought any
thing about it, probably ? Well, its
marked by a grave—that of Major Og
den of the United States Jarray, who
died at Fort Diley, in Kansas, in 1355,
during the cholera epidemic of that
year. Major Ogden's remains wtre
afterwards removed to Fort Leaven
worth, and buried in the National
cemetery,but his monument still stands
on a knoll a little to the northeast of
the post—Fort Diley—and it lifts its
head toward the clouds in the exact
geograhical centre of the United Stat
es. This isn't a conceit: it's a fact,
though probably of the hundreds of
men, now at th e fort not one in a hun
dred ever stops to think about it. Fort
Diley is a few miles east of Junction
City, Kansas, and is one of the most
important calvalry posts in the coun
MR. liOWSKR AS AN ORATOR.
MrR. Bowser He scribes Her Hus
band's Attempt to Imitate Oemus
I hope the public has not conceived
the idea that Mr. Dowser and L are con
stantly quarreling, or that he is a fail
ure as a husband, says Mrs. Dowser in
the Detroit Frtc Press. No family is
happier than ours, and Mr. Dowser is
one of the best husbands in the world,
lie is simply a little hit queer. That
is, we haven't been married quite long
enough for me to tone him down. Like
many other young husbands he wears a
much larger hat now than he will a
couple of years hence,but tins is a fault
instead of ail evil. The other evening
he came home in a state of excitement,
promenaded around the house with his
nose in the air for a while, and then in
'Did those books come up, Mrs. Dow
'There was a package came up. Ilaye
you been getting auother batch of use
less books ?'
'All books are useless to some people,
Mrs. Dowser. If you were like some
wives I know you'd encourage your
husband instead of insulting hiui.'
'Well, 1 shall lie glad to have you
read every evening. History or poli
'Neither. They are works on ora
Mrs. Dowser, 1 have been advised by
my many friends to take a few lessons
iu elocution and delivery, and to then
accept some of the numerous invita
tions tendered me to address this or
that society or organization.'
'Diehard Moses Dowser, can you be
in earnest ?'
'That's it! Yell out at the top of
your voice and tell everybody inDetroit
that my name is Diehard Moses ! May
be it sounds better than Major. Why
shouldn't I pluck the laurels from the
field of oratory ? If some people are
satisfied to grovel in the dust they need
not try to prevent others from soaring
to the clouds.'
'Dut you have nopresence—no voice.'
'I haven't, eh ? I was present e
uough, and made myself pretty well
understood when I asked your hand in
marriage! You [don't know me, Mrs.
Dowser. See here.'
And he drew himself up to his full
height, which is a trilie over five'feet,
swelled his stomach out, and as he lift
ed himse'f up on his toes, he waved his
arm and began .*
'Gentlemen vou may cry peace, peace,
but there is no peace. The next gale
that sweeps from the North will bring
to us the clash of arms.'
'Yes, Mr. Dowser, but your voice is
squeaky and you are very, very short.
Please give it up. I should feel awfully
bad if you made a failure.'
'Squeaky voice:! Very, very short!
Make a failure! Mrs. Dowser you
want to choke me off, but you can't do
it! You will yet be deafened by the
plaudits of the multitude who cheer my
lie had five or six books of speeches, I
dialogues and lessons 111 preparatory I
greatness, and as soon as supper was
over he locked himself in the library
ami began. He was still going it when
I went to bed, and at miduiglit I was
awakened to see him before the glass 011
the dresser and to hear him saying:
'I tell you, gentlemen, that the bul
warks of American liberty are totter
ing to their foundations. A few more
such acts as these and —a few more—a
few more—a few more such acts as—
'lt you wake up the baby.he may
have cramps,' I said.
Mr. Dowser was so indignant that he
would not utter a word iu reply, nor
did he address me until after dinner
next day. lie continued his labors for
a week or ten days, raging in his out
bursts of oratory from 'The Dying
Child' to 'An Appeal for Liberty.'
Then, from what I could overhear, I
made up my mind that he was prepar
ing an address for a special occasion.
He couldn't keep the news to himself,
but soon informed me that he was to
address the Young Men's Liberty
'Mr. Dowser please give it up. If
you should make a failure of it you
would feel far '
•Make a failure of it! Mrs. Dowser,
you don't know me 1 Just attend to
painting your old pottery and drum
ming on that piano and I will take care
I pity the poor[man when I look back
over those days. He wrote and rewrote.
I thiuk he prepared as many as six or
seven addresses before he got one to
suit, and he spent at least fourteen
hours per day trying to commit it to
memory. He looked upon me as his
enemy and refused to have any further
conversation on the subject until the
day of the evening when he was to
speak. Tnen, being apparently very
nervous, he remarked :
'Do you think my yoice has improv
'I hope it has.'
'There you go! Do your very best to
•Mr. Dowser, can't I prevail upon
you to give up this idea of making an
address to-night V
'Never! If I can succeed with my
wife seeking to drag me down the hon
or will be all the greater.'
At midnight they brought Mr. Dow
ser home in a hack. He was in a nerv
ous chili. He went upon the platform
to deliver his address, and began :
'FELLOW CITIZENS—Let me assure
you that I highly appreciate the great
honor paid me bv this club in selecting
—in choosing—in picking me out to de
liver—deliver—in picking me out—in—
That was as far as he got. One boy
yelled out: 'Go it, Shorty !' and oth
ers told him to take his nose off ; put a
brick on his tongue, etc., and he broke
right down. The papers next morning
charitably refrained from even men
tioning his name. I was looking to see
if anything was said, when Mr. Dowser
came down to [breakfast. I smiled at
him kindly, but he shook one fist at the
baby and the other at me and hoarsely
'lt's all right—all right, but I'll pay
you off if I have to wade in gore knee
Some Searching OMCHIIOIIH ami Con
How does physical welfare effect mor
al conduct V
This question is agitating the minds
of tho best men of our country. Judges,
scientists, legislator* are discussing it
in private, as well as tlie workingmeu,
the bankers,and the clergy.
Our country, like tlie rest of the
world, is fast illling up with men hav
ing anarchical ideas, ami with other
social and political extremists.
May not our morbid tendencies come
from disease of tlie mind, caused by
disease of the body * Are they not due
to some deranged organ, which, in its
enfeebled state,diffuses poison through
tlie system, thus affecting tlie brain?
It is a long established fact that bod
ily disease causes most cases of insanity
and "softening of tlie brain." Tlie
medical nrofessiou claims that tlie kid
neys are the principal health.insuring
organs of tho body. If they are dis
eased they do not perform their proper
functions and expel the poisonous mat
ters. If these are retained and recircu
lated through tlie system they produce
most of our common derangements.
We haye published in our columns
from time to time,remarkable accounts
of restoration to henlth from all man
ner of disease (even of insanity, caused
as above stated) by the use of Warner's
sate cure. There is 110 doubt that this
is tlie most popular remedy offered for
sale, and from tlie very best informa
tion we can obtain, the sale of it con
tinues to increase.
Why is tins V
Public sentiment, as a rule, is a fair
and just criterion. We dud Litis safe
cure in the largest cities, and in the
most remote parts of the world. Its
merits are proclaimed by the consum
ers, as well as tlie vendors. Miss
Carrie L. Wallis, of Beverly, Mass., is
reported to have been desperately ill
from general female derangemeuts for
years, and to have been restored to, and
kept iu excellent health by this wonder
fully popular remedy, and Miss Lillie
Stephens, of 1223 Third street, Louis
ville, Ky.. was raised by it from her
death-bed,when her physicians said she
A prominent gentleman, high iu of-
Qcial position, said to us the other day
that if he was governor, and a petition
for pardon was presented to him, he
would require a thorough investigation
as to the physical health of tlie criminal
at the time the crime was committed.
In view of such facts, tlie recommenda
tions of such a remedy are well worth
The solution of tiie relation of moral
conduct to physical health, ought to be
well established iu the minds of all,and
our statesmen should be prepared to
meet the issues growing out of it when
TO CHOOSE A WIFE.
The Author Knew Very Little About It
Some doctor of divinity wrote a book
entitled 'How to Choose 11 Wife.' The
rules that the dear old mau laid down
would woik well in buying a Christmas
turkey, but tlie essayist knew little of
the intricacies of female character or he
would haye realized how easy it was to
simulate the attributes which he con
sidered necessary for a perfect wife.
Tenderness is one of the virtues that
any stone-hearted coquette can affect.
The ancient divine had evidently wait
ed for a lady to dress, for he mentioned
tlie desirability of expedition in matters
of the toiiet. I once knew a girl who
would go to hor room at two o'clock
and make every preparation for elegant
street attire—all but putting on her hat.
That was because at five o'clock she
was going to drive with an ancient
adorer whom she wanted to catch.
Over all her paraphernalia she put a
touching loose wrapper. William Hen
ry would arrive.
'Oh ! my goodness !' would cry the
deceitful fair one, '1 didn't dream it
was so late, but I'll be ready in one
Then, to tlie surprise and delight of
the gentleman, she would return in no
time, putting on her gloves, and he
would subsequently tell his friends that
no girl who ever lived could dress as
quickly as his Mary Ann. He married
her, and during the houeymoon lie dis
covered the fraud. The crimping of
the expeditious dresser's hair was tlie
business of an hour.
Beware of the girl who speaks disre
spectfully to her mother, or harshly to
her little brother,' says Pa Pentacost.
Mr. Beau must board in the family to
get at the true inwardness of Maria's
'Mother, dear, won't you step here a
minute, please V sings out tlie gentle
daughter, and when tlie weary old lady
shuts tlie door on tlie admiring swain,
who sucks his cane on the parlor sofa,
he doseu't hear the sweet girl saying:
'Now, if you haven't ironed me a col
lar you just run down stairs as quick as
you know how. The idea or my having
to wait,when you knew he was coming.
You'd provoke a saint.'
Then the gentle sister says to little
Tommy, before company : 'Here, you
blessed baby, come witli sissy and get
some cookies,' and she finishes tlie sen
tence in the pantry: 'Now choke your
self. you little beast. If you dare come
into the parlor again this evening, I'll
take your ears off the minute Mr. Pratt
goes away,' and Tommy steals around
and begs Deacon Pratt never to leave
the premises, as his life depends on his
If I were a young man seeking a life
partner I would introduce the girl of
my heart to a score of actors. I would
give her flirting proclivities plenty of
room. It is an awful thing for a man
to marry and then learn that his pretty
little wife will sit beside him and smile
and flirt with Tom, Dick and Harry, as
I see them in theatres and cars, con
certs and congregations. It is a good
plan to examine Mariah's mother pret
ty closely in many ways before commit
tal. The condition of the old lady will
let you into the treatment sho has re
ceived, and if you want to know how
your Dulcinea will pan out iu ten or
twenty years from date, inspect the ex
terior of Mrs. Del Tobosa.
'Beauty is but skin deep,' but alas!
mankind is more given to top dressing
than to the solid treasures beneath the
surface, and the pretty, frivolous girl's
chances are ten to one against that ex
cellent woman who has croffi eyes. A
friend of mine was engaged to a line
looking girl, whose peculiar formation
ot face was condoned by the freshens of
youtii and the glow of health. The
lady's mother was in the country, hut
one day she got home, and Jeremiah
lifted up his voice in lamentation. The
projecting chin of his lady love, with
the bewiteliing dimple, was a horiihle
jaw to contemplate on tliej uiother-iu
law. The aquiline uud delicate nose of
the fair girl was formidable 10 antici
pate us poked Into his domestic arrange
•Mie's a terror,' said lie to me. 'She
looks like a nut cracker. To think of
that nose and chin on the next pillow
for the best of my life.'
1 am fully prepared for a breach of
promise suit ugainst Jeremiah, hut if
the old lady testifies in person, any
twelve tneu will bring in Jeremiah jus
—John have you seen that woman
John, in astonishment: What woman t
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pure and equal lo the best in the
World. The Board of Health in Large
Cities and leading Hospitals have a
dopted tlieit use where wines are need'
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RICHARD K. FOX,
FRANKLIN SQUARE. N.Y
We are now prepared to furnish all classes
with employment at home, the whole ot the
time, or for their spare moments. Business
new, light and profitable. Persons of either
sex easily earn from SO cents to s>.oo per even
ing. and a proportional sum l>y devoting all
their time to the business. Boys and girls
earn nearly as much as men. That all who see
this may send their address .and test the busi
ness, we make this offer. To such as are not
well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for
the trouble of writing. Full particulars and
outfit free. Address GEORGE STINSON a CO..
■I Hhlp |f to l>e made. Cut this out
■B|||y L Wand return to us, and we
■■■ 11 IB ■ ■ will send you free, some
■ thing of great value and
mportance to you. that will start you in busi
ness which will bring you In more money right
away than anything else in this world. Any
one can do the work and live at home, hither
sex; all ages. Something new, that just coins
money for all yvorkers. We will start you; cap
ital not needed. This Is one of the genuine, tin
portant chances of a lifetime. Those who are
ambitious and enterprising will not delay.
Grand outfit free. Address TRUE & Co.. Augus
"SIOO A WEEK.
Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profit
able employment write at once. We want you
to handle an article ot domestic use that HEOO
MKNim ITBKLK to everyone at sight. STAPLE
AS FLOUR. Sells like hot cakes. Profits 300
per cent. Families wishing to PRACTICE ECONO
MY should for their own benefit write for pui
ticuiars. Used every day the year round In
every household. Price within reachl of all.
Circulars free. Agents receive BAMI LE Fhhh
Address DOMESTIC MF O CO., MARIOW,
"Warranted tliemost perfect Forcc-Fced
Fertilizer Drill in existence. Send for
circular. LB. FARQUHAR, York, Pa.
UNFEIIMENTED GRAPE .JUICE.
Used in tli* principal Cliurchc* f<r Commun
ion. Kxccllcnt for leuiulc* Weakly person*
ami the ajtcil".
Spoor's Port Grape Wine!
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEBRATED WINK la the pure
Juice of UM dead ripe Oporto Grape, rain
ed in Kpeer'n vineyard*. and left hang until
thev shrink ami beeome iiartly before
Tonic Ani Btr6D£tt>eniD£ Properties
are unsurpassed by any other Wine. Iteliiß
produced under Mr. Sneer's own ]teroi.al su
pervision, Its purity and jtenuiness, are guar
anteed by tin-principle Hospitals and Boards
of Health who have examined It. The young
est child and the weakest invalids use It to ad
vuntaKc. It Is particularly beueflctal to the
accd and debilitated, and suited to the various
ailiiH-iits that effect ill* weaker sex.
it |s In every respect A WINK TO UK RE
Speer's Unfermented Grape
Is the Juice of the Oporto Grape. preserved In
Its natural fresh, sweet state as It runs from
the press by rumination, and electricity, there
by (IrstroyiiiK the exciter o( lei mentation. It Is
perfect!v"pure, free from spirits ami will keep
in any climate.
Speer's (Sociaite) Olaret.
Is held In hlith estimation for lbs richness as
a Dry Table Wine, especially suited for dinner
Speer's P- J. Sherry
Is aw ine of a Superior Character aid par
takes of the rich qualities of the grape from
which it Is made.
Speer's P. J. Brandy.
18 A PUKE diatilatton of the grape, and
stands unilvaiediu this Country for medical
It lias a peculiar flavor, similar to that of the
crapes from which It Is distilled.
See that the signature of ALFRED BPEER
Passaic X. J.. I* over the cork of each bottle.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS WHO KEEP FIRST
Ik ftkUtOUVlllLEffl lftlilllffi AID
%DM!LITIWFFIALE*# DEC AT.
A Life Experience. Remarkable and
Quick cures. Trial Packages. Send
stamp for sealed particulars. Address
Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Rio.
a • fit ■ Si-an live at home, and make more
W |lll money at work tor us, ihau at any-
IU thing else in this world. Capital
■ not needed ; you are started iree.
Both boxes; all ages. Any one can do the work.
Ctw.il v outfit and terms free. Better not delay.
Coststou nothing to send us your address and
find out; B you are wise you w ill do so at once.
11. MALLET * Co.,
KVEUTTIIIKO IN THE MUSICAL List. Sheet
Music Music Books. Ail the foreign and
American Editions. Pianos and Organs, by
the U*st known makers, sold on liberal terms.
Catalogues sent, on application. .Mention this
MII.V JIM JKTrff
at once. No operation or business delay
Thousamls ol cures. At Keystone House.Kead.
lug. Pa., id Saturday of each month. Send for
circulars. Advice tree. My
IN CONSTANT USE.
Buy Direct from the Manufacturer.
Wholesale Manufacturing I'rrci from
—ILL TI JILL. —
LARGE SOLID WALNUT CA fcS
DEST SEASONED MATERIALS
VOICED TO PERFECTION.
TONE IS UNSURPASSED.
EVERY ORCAN WARRANTED FOR
SESD /'Off CHICVLARS.
. '.d trrrg
READING ORGAN CO.,
F. J. KANTNES, Manager,
JIM TO GROCERY" W<- W*nt A] rrL
HT VjfS dent .■Ue.nien
Vr HI CCUCiI
■SFTLT OFFICII Z R VTH
A ■ —lino 0.n.1.t.
of SI-KCIAI. STAri.R .11.1 1 M I'UKTKD GOODS
■By UMSI t>v 11.0 GROCERY or UENKKAL STORKS.
* will wn.l complete lino of .ample. : among which are
Rating Powder, llittera, RlacUug ir roll eh), Blueing, Canned
Gomli, Chocolate. Oat Meal, Kal.lns, J'runea <lit fancy boxce.
our own Importation), Ollroa, Fancy Sltclf Good., King Silica
Poll.he. and Paint#, Ac . Ac. Simple# consist of princt|ial
.mall article.; price il.t of hull. goal.. New gnoU.coii-lamljr
arriving;.amplo.ol which are at once .out Ll.t ol rotuml.-
ion. varying to Mtleamen. Our term* are N'ctt Ca.h on all
bUI. under |1 JOo—ao day. over. We will .end on receipt of Two
Dollar., .ample, ll.t. Ac., .ainc to Ik. refunded o receipt ot
.ale.man'. first order or order, of livoo, thereby furiil.hlng
SAMPLES FKKK A1 reference.required, end 111 aome cawa
security. YOU KNOW
the above, good, at
an) ul-wrlyr to
any lhto .old We guarantee price, and quality of all onr
g<KHI.. Should your trade, aflur a trial, warraut It, we will
nav salary and 'expense# Write ua, and If wo have no one
for"youraertlon, wo will .cud .ample.. If wo have your depo.lt
will bo returned by return mall. Klntehsi tueu only need
apply. No ngent. or can va.ttern wail tori; and our rum m1..10n.
are.uch that AI men can uia.o a .toady good lucoui.lho year
"""""GRIFFITH, TUTHILL A CO.
Brokers c 4 Csaaission kerckasta,
110 Reads St., New York.
tIIAMSICS CVUNDKIL BKD"
= F©©T LATHE! =
Hr iijLTV Lathe, and on a
J n, •; ■' .1- C acrplaa-!>--ving
ffVVv * " 3 CylisJcr Bel.
c Ml - -1"^ ~U moresinpieand
a —S koullisc. Few.
y jJy " ggSj; * 2d
Prico $30.00 r.zid uiwarcls.
Manufactured and sold by tho
Battle Creek Machinery Co.. CAT ™ ®, KCK
la M.'l'l uu loc 1.1 it,t
TIMES BUILDING PHfLADEtPU.A.
CtTiLJATCH For*KlTSriP?B ABVFITIsnc rurr
i.Ol IMfl ILO j;t Lowest Cr.iih ' ''LL
stumps for myer & son's mmi
THE LIGHT RUNNING*
THE BEST-MILL IMDE
BENDFOR OEBCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR.
THE DUPLEX MF6 GO,
BEST ENGLISH TWISTTHE ITHACA GUN
PtraiMr, rlr?o*. „n balaawf. All h.vre T->p Lerfr, I/r Hammer*. Babootxl.
1 • ■i "i*., ►*—i • i- ■ r •
X'wM l.iwi, lUUfU UuU i'lato.
C.'oso Hard Shooting Guns at Long Range a Specialty.
fCNO VOM OXKOVT.A. W.
ITHACA CUN CO., - - - ITHACA, N. Y.
THOUSANDS GF THE BEST
EVER MADE ARE SELLING IN OUR
THIS IS THE BEST,
\nd only co-operative System of selling watchea.
The watches are American lever Stem Winders,
outciuing every eaicutial to accuracy and durabfl*
cud have, in addition, numerous patented im
xivements found iu no other watch 'lbey are
i -lately tlio only Dust and Dampproof
oreinrnU m&do in tlio World, and are Jeweled
whout with ;KM'l\E Kl Uli.S. The
. ..t r.totu Wlail mid Set is the btronpest
I .m'dost mads. VU-y tiro fully ecjuul
i- appearance, acciirncy, durability
ud :>e-vice, to any 513 TVatth.
Our Co-operaMrc ClubSyKtcin brings them within
•a reech f cv ry one.
."/ went zn active, rcsponsi-'.a repro
ductive in EVERY CITY and TOWN.
Heavy it >fits guarantee! on limited investment.
Wriio ior full particulars.
P. 0. Ccx 023, PHILADELPHIA, PA
Mfod; CM J "rust Safe DrpatU
, .r j Co., cr lir.j L JUMcrcialAyeHCg.
~. r. -• ra latitat, iri.
r rtrcit, !2tL Ct. Lcuis, 1!:.
• Ti. T72a!agi, Ttl.
-C;V, Lie., MS
(Blue wrapper and white label.)
An Immediate Relief for
Cramps, Colic, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and all Stomach Dleordere,
Powerful Stimulant Without Reaction.
BOON TO EYKHY FAMILY.
Used externally will relieve
Muscular Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Toothache, Headache.
For tale by Grocers and Droggista tvsrywbwa
TAKE NO OTHER.
JOSEPH BURNETT & CO.,
BOSTON and CHICAGO.
SWEKS a SIiOVILL
HIGH GRADE, LOW PRICES, j
PHAETONS AND BUGGIES.
?vices and Catalogues sent on application.
CPECIAL lnduec.Tor.t3 to larra Buyers,
OA VERS C.CCOVILL,
: rout; own DOCTOR.
A:M\ of the Age ß
■ ; 1
Ifftnlj quick relief of
.rou.ru.lgia, Headache, Hay Fever.
isv b? co::?i.:u:s ucs et-scts a ctoz.
"fiai frr.arantH,l or mosey refunded. Six
!-. > i!istrci!tin^ntior6<)o.'r.ts.
5; y.iur lri.tf.'jist li ,s not the Inhaler in stock, send 61
sia Ktaratis, rnd the Inhr'er will be forwarded by
i il. T> wtape paid, „rd if, at iboetpiratinn oi five days
■rui's receipt yoa are not aatiaiied with its elTecls, I
u m.y rut'im it. and if received ia good condition, i
, . ir li: nicy will he refunded.
Circular nod teLtiuiomaU mailed froe on application :
" Ho Da CUSHMAN,
Three Rivera, Mich* >
I desire to call SPBCXAL Attention to im.
portut point* of oxoollonoo found odf 1*
THE CHAMPION LAMP.
u th ° ° &ly
■O-' ; . 1
only A>i>bl|MhH| OKLY
which has a KpHH Lamp which
curreat of air ttffgjMT Burns ALL the
circulating OCT and
lap '* short*
or the ou'
smoooH jw TBhll THE
Pal* fa an forms. Plain or Fancy, Table
or Hanging. Bead for Hlnstratod Circular.
A. J. WETDEITEB, M Oner ef PitoL
Mo. 3d s. Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
x ffi -
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY
To Replace Broken Cane.
RE-SEAT YOUR CHAIRS.
Anybody eu apply "w
So Mechanic seeded.
Hartware ffirl .
In buying new Chain, ask for those with
Eaawooo's Bed Test her Finish Seats,
They never wear out.
MOORE COUNTY GRIT,
PorUUi Own XUli and Xillitcnes.
The Best in the World for making fine table
meal; for grinding Com, Oats, Bye, Barley on
any mixed feed. It cuts all fibrous matter bettefi
than any known stone or buhr. ,
ipf Moal sent on application.
27. 0. XILLSTONZ C 0.,, „
PfIIIXEWOOD. MOORE CO.7H.C,
The Palmer Boss Chum.
Now in Use.
$60,000 watt sold last. -/Bar.
Largest Barrel Qmh*Fo
--v tory in th world..
AihmJL It mattes mere batter,
a stn**tr quality of but
'■"TSßyifiß iWF'r *V IT harder, better grain.
ed bettor, than any other
▼ chum aold.
IIA Churn works so easily.,
RU Chum deans so eaaUy.
It keens opt cold air; It keeps out hot airj
It is perfect, so they all say.
Ask your dealer for the ** Palmer Bon Churn,"
and if he doee not keep it, eend to us for circa
lar and testimonial letters. '
H. H, PALMER &, CO.; Rockford, IIL
THE BEST WASHER.
Ladles and Laundries should A
investigate this machlneat once fL If Jr.
It will save yon time, labor and Ijf hti
money. The only washer built ■ H4.)
on the true principle. Will save 1 |uSc
its cost in three months. You <|| JL^Ld*£gk
have same control of clothes asl|9nglMH*k
with your hands and wash board nS||MpufA
and will wash them in half the y , *e' u TBu |
time, as you can use hot sndsl kUN
while rubbing thm, without
putting your hands in the water. "if
Don't spoil yoar hands and temper or allows
your laundress to ruin your clothes with acids. '
Ask your dealer for ' The Boat Washer," or*
send for circular to
' H,.H,J'ALSER tJ!fl.^RO(!kfonl,llU. >