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Farm.tJardeii *nl Household
Rmhtnc Crops to Market.
There arc certain perishable ppodud*
thAt must find immediate market or
thoro is lora to the producer ; bnt tho
groat sitvplo crop rout mWj bp hold
when tUcrc is good reason for holding
and no pressing reason for selling. It
is suggested, we notice, that half of the ,
early crops of Grain—say winter wheat
—be stored. The wisdom of thia ad- ,
vice, of course, depends upon pros pee- j
five demand-—upon the old stock on
h|Dd at home and abroad, when the 1
new crop goes on the market and upon
tire amount of the new crop as compared
with that of previous years. The nutans i
for determining the policy to be pur
sued are more complete than vet be
fore. The crop reports to the Depart
ment of Agriculture, by commercial
repotts to the papers, and the facilities
nftbrdod by a more complete organisa
tion of farmers than has been before
known in this country, facilitate the
obtaining of this information. But tho
most vicious suggestion we hare seen
is that "it might be a go.nl plan for tho
wheat grower to borrow the money re
quired for immediate use and ware
house as much as possible of his crop."
This is making the producer a specula- 1
tor on his owu product* with a T U
geanoe. Of course it might happen j
that tho fanner who did thia would
make money betting on the price of his
graiu two to six mouths hence, and pay
ing 10 to 'JO per eeut. for money to bet
with ; bnt again, he might not make
and might lose the money he had put
up. We regard all advice that en
courages any one to run in debt,
especially when there is no absolute
need of it. vicious. Thia advice when
given to farmers for speculative pur
poses, involving as a basis of action a
thorough knowledge of commercial
w ants and values, is doubly bad. If a
farmer is able to hold his grain for bet
tor price* without running in debt, it is
a different matter ; even ilien he rau-t
take a risk ; but he does not go in debt
to take it, and that is the main thing we
denounce—running in debt.— Hum!
\(W Krnml) far Hay Krr.
Pr. Horace Dobdl, Senior Physician
to the R -yal Hospital for Diseases of
the Chest, London, has suggested a
con'rtvanee and a preecnj tion, by the
combined use of which immense com
fort may be £tvcn to many sufferers
from hay fever and sneexiug.
The prescription is as follows : Chlo
ral hydrate and camphor (of eachl lt>
gTains, carbolic acid '2O grains, pure
morphia 12 grains, oleic acid
to dissolve the morphia! 20 grains, cas
tor oil (the clearest and finest. 7
drachms. Rub we!! brother to make a
The contrivance is lor the efficient
application of the above remedy, and
consists of a miniatnie bottle, contained
in a little boxwood case so that it can |
be carried easily in the pocket. To the
lid of the box is attached the cork of
the bottle, and to the cork, in the same
lashioa as the spoon of s cavenne pep- '
pec cruet, is fixed c little cinb-ahaped
rod of polished ivory, long enough to
roach to the bottom of the bottle, and
also to the npper extremity of the noa
triL The liuie bottle is kept half lull
of the lotion above prescribe*!, and the
little rod immersed in it, DireHlv the
patient feels the tickle or other signal
of a coming sneeze, he nax>rks his bot
tle, withdraws the ivory club, wet with
the oleaginous lotion, and pushes it np
the nostril until it reaches the seat of
the sneeze signal; there it should be
gently pressed so as to apply the lotion
to the part. After this the club is with
drawn and returned to its little bottle
of fluid, where it becomes at once
charged for a fresh application. As
often as the sneeze threatens the oper
ation should be repeated. Very often
one application wiil keep off a 'threat
ened fit of sneezing altogether, even
though its first effect may be to excite
A correspondent of the Gtnuaatown
Telegraph writes : " My own theory of
pork-rai.-ing, based upon experience,
observation, and probably a little
philc-ophy of things, if written for the
benefit of others, would be about as
follows: Dnriugthe hot summer months
I would feed very little solid feed, such
as corn in the ear or uncracked. 1 !
wonld keep hogs upon green feed con
stantly, either grass, oats, or rye, and
feed them at regular intervals, once or t
twice a day, upon mashed feed, either
shorts, chopped oats, or rve, buck-
wheat, etc., fed in troughs. \Vhen fed
in this way, and allowed access to
water and shade, hogs will bear crowd
ing through the hot months—a very
good time, if not the lest, to take on
flesh. This puts them in the best of
condition for corn feeding, which
sLenhl commence about the first of
September, when the new crop is still
soft and tender. Treated in this way
hogs become probably as perfect as any
method conld make'them. Upon the
whole, I believe it is the cheapest and
Hey Tea tor Calves.
" A young farmer," correspondent of
the Boston Journal, thinks be has made
a disooverv in using hay tea for raising
a calf. He says of the <ilf: "It grows \
finely, is fat enongh, and seems to like
its hay tea, and to be jnst as well satis-.
fied with a fnll meal of that as it wonld
be if it had takc-n its fill right from the
cow. I never tried hay tea before, and
never saw it made or fed out It is not
as much trouble to make bay tea as to
make porridge, and the cost is nothing.
I cut my hay, the finest and best I have,
about two inches long, and pour boiling
water over it Let it stand until cooled
to about the beat of milk from the cow,
then take the hay ont and give it to the
cow, and the tea" to the calf. One of
my neighbors says I am making the hay
worth more for the cow, and so getting
a profit besides raising the calf. At
any rate she eats it greedily. The 1
longer the hay steeps before it getßcool j
the more strength there is in it."
The Grasshopper Raid.
Three times in the history of Minne
sota, writes a correspondent, have por
tions of the State been devastated by
locusts, and each time their ravages
have been confined to the newly settled
and sparsely populated counties. In
1856 an array of grasshoppers wafted
on the southwest wind settled down
npon the country around St. Cloud,
then on the frontiar.devoured the crops,
deposited their eggs, and died. The
next year those eggs hatched out, and i
the young grasshoppers, after eating up
almost every green thing, developed
their wings and flew away never to re
turn. Again, about the close of the
war, the locusts came into the south
eastern counties of the Htate and greatly
injured.the grain. Whether they at
tacked the crops the second year or not
I have not been able to learn, but sinoo
1865 the farmers in that section of Min
nesota have never been troubled with
grasshoppers. Finally, in 1873, swarms
of these pests, full-grown, came once
more from the almost boundless prai
ries lying to the south-west, and over
run a few of the most recently settled
counties in this State and lowa. A por
tion of the crops was saved, but during ■
their short stay the locusts deposited
their eggs by the millions on the newly
broken prairie, and from these were
hatched the "hoppers," which the peo-
Ele of those south-western counties
ave been fighting since the earlv
FAMILY DKINKIXO.— It is common in
Eug and, says the Danbury man, for
maoy to purchase a pint of ale or a six- i
penuy worth of gin, and divide it by
alternate sips with their friends. This
is quite common among the laboring
classes. I have seen a brawny work
man take his wife and her mother into
the bar, and dip their respective noses
into the same mug with a freedom that
was refreshing to the friends of de
mocracy. The man genpr&lly helps him
self first, which is hardly etiquette, but
self-preservation is the fli*t law of
Sl* MARY OF NFMS.
George Hoffman, aged thirty-two years.
' committed sulfide In Philadelphia by cutting
j We throat, having first attempted to murder
| his wife, who was seveiely cut alxnit tlie throat
and face ... The Mayor of Philadelphia has
| issued a proclamation offering a roe sol Of
f JikOOtl for the capture of the alslnctots of ttic
' child Charley lirewstar Itoss, and the restora
| lion of the child, ~ l.ioit, Noal. of thee
, county, w nominated to tVngres* by the
j llenioerate of the Fifth Ohio lhslricl.
Ttie last surviving staler of the lalo I'dgar
! Allen Toe, the poet, died at the Kpiphauy
! t'httrch Home in Washington, aged lS rears
i ......The Cerliste alio I every tenth man of the
i volunteer* captured at Cllenca. Advices
' from India represent that choleia has broken
out among the lO.iXVi pilguni* assembled in
IVviree for the Juggernaut feauval The
wife of a hand organist, who wa traveling
w-.lh tier husband between Nor walk and Denon,
Oouu , na Watuii to death by a |<art> id
j tnuupa, OOUaisting of one women and three
men. She had seated herself by the road- ide
to rest, her husband h*\ ii'g gone atiead some
I distance, when the niunJoret. made ilie attack
j They were eeeu in ttie aol of I wwtung tier by a
■ number of boy* who were at work near by, but
they were unable to prevent the murder l'he
whole party have l>ee!i arrealed anJ locked up
at Nonralk to await trial.
Algerian advices give ground for the fear
that trouble with the native* and the French
ookniy is impamling. It Is reported that 10.(XV
musk vis and 60,0(0 |a>umls of powder arc
imported serves tho Tunisian ftvmuet weekly
, Sul! an ther the on State slieet, Chicago,
tewtioyr-J proj-erty valued at fStO.OOO.
Some of the twsi known and rnoet reefwy-table
emtene of Vsckshurg having protested agaiusl
' the action of the U. S, Secretary of War.
ordering tao companies of regular* to that
place IU compliance aithtli# remiest of Actlng-
Goveruor l>avt. the order ban been leveked.
| Tb<*e gen tie in or. give the Secretary assurance*
that there is no danger of disturbance.
Michigan's wool ckp thia year will am Mint to
ti.tX3o.iAVl pound* The house cf Jobs
Sigler, near iXiba, Tenu . was burned. Mrs.
Sigivr. her two children, and a Mrs. logon was
1 dangerously burned The tiro u> believed to
! have boon the ul of a negro with whom j
Mrs. Ugow had a diMeuliy about erne w.rk
! .... la iXvrfu. a serious conflict occurred j
lietwecu lh soldiers and tlie peegle, in which
j iwantv-five of the Uiur were wounded, com
prising four Turks, iwo Austrian". auJ one (
Italian. Several shop* inUsged. The
garrison is uasr confined to the fort row.
A temhie axplosHm occurred at the Standard
Oil Work*, Cleveland. Robert McDonald,
Charlee McFartin, and Christ Osteriin were
engaged in drawing crude oil fr-ui a tram of
,>il tank* into the reservoir below by means of
pipe* Oue man went on top of one of the j
ta.ik* to cpeu the manhole, alien ihe gas from
the oil ignited froru the lantern w heh the man
.-arr.ed. am! exploded with terrific force. The
■MB were thrown some distance from the cars,
their todies covered with burning St. and com
• p'etc lT Mirrouuded by dames. So heh could
' reach them, and not until the ire had abated
were their crisped remains recovered. Mo- ;
i ih raid ami M -i'arha were single met:, and
Osterlm married. Six oil lauks exploded
one after aoeiher. scattering burning oil ui
every direction. The oil sheds along the rail
, road track were destroyed, and it was only
> through the well directed and strenuous efforts
of the firemen and citizens, that a widespread
conflagration was prwvauisd.;.. The grass |
hoppers are still otaning eastward. douig much
damage in the middle and northern coonl.es of
Sebreeka. The wheat and cats are out of their
:ech. bat the corn and everything else Z* de
!* Wo red even with the ground ... .A family of '
' reven j-ersons named Fmuegau were hi'.ten by a
mad dog at Fort Montgomery S. V. A
threat is made that Germany will puuteh the
Car lists for the murder of a raptured German
1 The British Hours of Cotnmous, by an
almost unanimous rote. has agreed to au animal
grant of #76,000 to rru.ee Leopold Jesse
IVmeroy. the Boston boy murderer, has ecu
feesed that he murdered the Mellin boy en the
22d of Aprd last, describing m detail how the
murder was committed ...The ladies have
begun to escalate a petition for a local option
election in San I'rancuco. About tinny latl.es ,
| are engaged in the work. .. The public are
cautioned against counterfeit #3 national hank
note* on the Traders' National Itank of
Chicago, lU.. which have been discovered in
circulation in large numbers.
It is reported that the Carlisle shot 2A5
| prisoners who were tapiured from General
IfonviUas's column in Catalonia Negotia
tions for the balance of the five per cent. U. ft.
[ fnr* led loan were concluded by the Secretary
of the Treasury with Messrs. August Helm "tit
I .t Co., on behalf of Messrs N. M. Roth-ch'.!J A
Sons, of London, and Messrs. J. A.W. Sclig
nuui A Co., on behalf of themselves and their
associates. These parties made an absolute
subscription for #15.000,000, coupled with the
option of taking the remainder of the loan at 1
any time within six months. The loan is taken
at par. to be paid for in coin or five-twenty
bonds, the parhee to receive one-quarter of the
| transaction, including the delivery of bonds
The People's Fire Insurance Company
!of Philadelphia has suspended. A notice on
the deor says : " Information having been re
ceived that the manager and treasurer of the
I company has left for parts unknown. It is '
I deemed advisable to suspend all further busi- |
noss." The news from Formosa is to tho
effect that the Japanese-Bre driving the abo
rigines from the coast. The Japanese war ves
sels were still on the coast of Formosa ;
The Hon. Robert Bourke. Under Secretary of
State for Foreign Affairs, said in the English
House of Commons Lhat it was believed that
the German squadron had been sent to the
coast of Spain merely to protect German resi- ;
dents The King of Arhantee has paid
a farther installment of tC.OOO to Great
Britain on the war indemnity The Japanese
steamer Tai Oauru was lost on the 15th of
June on the Wast Coast. Twenty-seven per
sons were drowned The great Prince's
Dock landing stages were burned at Liverpool.
The fire will cause much inconvenience as well '
as heavy loss. It originated from the upsetting
of a kettle of boiling tar. The damage is esti
mated at #1,<">00,000 .....In the international
Channel match from Havre to Southsea, the
American yacht Enchantress came m find.
The Corianne was second, but lakes the first
place by time allowance. The latter lost her ,
topmasts and gaff. Ten yachts started.
! Judge Btatchfon), of New York, decided in a
j bankruptcy case that under the act of 1574
proceeding* lu involuntary bankruptcy can he
j commenced only after forty daya' enepr-ndon
j of ecuamercUJ paper, inatead of fourteen daye,
:as before.... Thorns* Slavin, of Hazrtion.
| and Alexander I-alTojiy. of Parson*. Pa.,fought
in the pr.ze ring for }IOO a side. They went
into the ring at i o'clock in the morning and
j f"tight twenty-lure ronnde. when the battle wan
j declarer] a draw. Both parties wore badly
punished about the body, but had few bruise*
jin tbe head ... The steamer Milbank of
Sunderland, bound from Carthagena for Sun
derland, wae sunk off Dungenees by a oolli-ion
| with the steamer Haakow. Fifteen of the
j Milhank's crew were lout Reman Foilett,
of Saratoga, N. Y , twelve years go had a
| child stolen from him. The tliiyf or a)<ductor
recently died in Bcllevne Hospital, New York
but before dying made a confession, and the
child, now a young man is to be restored to
; his father In a performance at tho Arcade
| Theatre, Jersey City, the acrobat and trapezist,
Charles Hanion, fell while swinging over the
audience in a trapeze, twenty-five feet, and
struck his side on a corner of a table. He was
fatally injured A special dispatch to the
| Bt. Louis Democrat from Fort Union, N. M.,
says a band of fifty Kiowa and Comanche
Indiana, killod five men near the mnnte of Cte
creek, twenty miles south of Fort iiascom
Several houses were blown away at Lewishurg,
Conway county. Arkansas, during a storm
Lizzie Parks, the little giri who had been miss
ing from her home in Brockton, Mass., re
turned. Bbe fled, through fear of punishment
and after becoming lost in the woods finally
reached South Hansom, where she was taken
THE COST or IT. —A Western philos
| opher discourses after the following
I wise: "Do you chew gum? The price
j of three pieces a week, at one cent
apiece, amounts to 81 50 a year, or in
sixty-seven years to 8104 52. " That sum
will purchase a complete set of Apple
ton's Cyclopedia, a marriage license, a
black bombazine dress for your aunt, a
German silver coffin plate, aud a
cheroot! Cut this out, young man, Rnd
paste it on the baok of your girl's pho
THE HOY MFItUERKK.
of lh# nuiitrr of I.till# Olrl
lj lltr I'tiiiirtO) llft> nmt III• t'•!r•-
■lon of 11> Crlmvt
On tho lfith of March last, n lilll
ten year obi girl, u anted Katie Ourran,
living with lit r part tit* in Mouth Boa
lon, vvit* lent to a store by her mother
to make some small purchase*. Moving
done this she went to another store to
buy a school card for herself. Not
| finding the desired article at first she
■ visited one or two < titer stores. The
last w lneh she entered was a little shop
kept by Mr*. Huth M, Foraeroy, ut ll'Ji
. Broadway. I.ittlc Kutie tailed to make
her np|tciirtice ut .-uhtwtd that fore
noon, and when one W her sisters rc
turned to the humble home of her
patents she inquired why Katie w as not
at aohool that morning. The mother
was somewhat surprised, but aup|H*ed
the child hud probably taken a notion
to stay away and pay it visit to some
Jof her juvenile friend*. The child,
however, did not make her appearance
during the afternoon, and *t supper
time, when the father tdomed, his wife
. mentioned to huti with many mot hi My
misgivings, that "Kitie was lost." The
father, with an intuitive percept ion that
some terrible evil had befallen his
family, at otce institute I inquiries ut
regard to Ins IteloTvd child, and imme
diately ptiws cded t Station (t, where lie
laid the case befotw Captain Dyer. He
was accompanied by his wife, aud in
the course of conversation she stated
that a young boy, one of the tui-smg
| gitlgt playmates, had t.l.t her that Katie
had gone into Mrs. Fouieroy'a store ou
Broadway. Mrs. Curran also stated
that she liad called at the store, where
she had made inquiries f. r a girl at
tend.ml naimwl I.mate Clhapin, in
order to ascertain frv:u her if she had
entered the store aft -r Jesse l'omerov
• had • pcoed it. In response to her
, queries, she received from Mrs. Home
roy an unsatisfactory answer that the
girl had gone into the country. After
a few more questions the sorrowing
1 mother tißk her departure, but her sus
picious were terribly Clotted, ami she
si night her home, firmly convinced that
Jsse Pomeroy was the cause of her
child's mysterious absence. Filled
with forcbodiuga, who awaits*] tho rv
turii of her husband, to who she com
municated her foar*, and, as before
, stated, she Bent with hiui to the station
When the Pomeroy Ky was arrested
■ for the murder of the Milien child there
were not wanting many who said that lie
was connected with the disappearance of
Katie t'urrau,who resided iu close prex
j unity to lunt. That such surmises were
! correct was verified in the most start
ling manner. Some workmen who were
engaged m excavating the cellar of the
; building No. 1127 Broadway made a ter
i rible discovery. The building was
• formerly occupied by Mrs. Pomeroy
atnl her son Jesse and an older sou.
While at work on the rear foundation
wall quite a large stoue fell over upon
.1 heap of ashes, sixteen or eighteen
i inches deep, tu removing the stone
one of the workmen named MoGinnisa
struck his pick into the heap, when oat
rolled a huut.ui skull. As may be ex
pee ted, the workmen were very much
horrified and startled at the ghastly
-pectacla. Th" flash h 1 not all disap
peared, and the teeth, firmly set to
gether, seemed, in the Jim twilight, to
I give defiance to the frightened laborers.
They suspended work, and at once re
ported their discovery to Captain !>yer,
at the Sixth police station. The oflic* rs
; immediately proceeded with their in
• vestigations, and were reward by draw
ing from the ashes a pi< ce of cloth, re
sembling a dress, and what appeared to
be the remains of the body of a child
In an instant Officer Adams said, "This
j is the body of Kate Outran," and subse
quent disclosures proved his conjee
tures to be facts. A dress, skirt and
scarf were alo taken from the heap,
but were much soiled and faded, as
wonld be the case after lying iu a heap
! of dirt fcr fonr months.
Mrs. Currau wo* shown the cloth of
the dress and scarf, and instantly recog
i nized them as those her daughter wore
1 on the day she disappeared, four months
ago. The poor woman was frantic with
grief and became almost crazy.
The place where the remains were
I found was the corner of a dark cellar,
. not far from the f- it of the stairs, in a
I sort of recess made by the foundation
waits, not over three feet wide, and into
which adies, dirt and rnbhish had been
The boy F >meroy confessed the ronr
des of the little girl, telling the follow-
I ing story: " I opened my mother's
store on tho morning of March IS, at
half-past nine. The Curran girl came
| in for papers. I told her there wan a
I store iiewn stairs. She went down to
about the middle of the cellar, and
stood facing Broadway. I followed
her, put my left arm about her neck,
iny hand over her month, and with my
j knife in my right hand cut licr throat.
I thee dragged her to and behind the
water closet, laying her head further
most up the place, and put some stones
and ashes on the body. I took the
ahes from a box in the cellar. I sent
1 a boy to Hovt k Lawrence's store near
! by and bought the knife n week tafore
for twenty-five cents. The knife was
taken from me when I was arrete<l.
When I was in the cellar I heard my
brother at the in-fide door, which I had
locked after the girl came in. I ran np
stairs and found him poing toward the
cellar in Mitchell's part. He came
back. Two girls worked iu t
for mother. They usually got there
about nine o'clock ; mother came later.
My brother Charlee and I took turns in
opening tho store until about April.
My mother and brother never kuewany
thing about the affair. I forgot to tell
yon that I washed my hands and knife,
which were bloody, at the water pije."
It is noticeable that the boy did not
confess to mutilating tho body, as it
was shown that he had, and the Chief
, did not ask him, as he did not know nt
the time that there were any signs that
the body had been cut and slashed in a
most fiendish manner. Nono of the
garments were removed before he be
gan the butchery.
A Horror of History.
After the battle of Hedgmore some
fearful acts ol cruelty were perpetrated
by the Royalists, under Lord Fever
-1 sham, which at tho present time may
seem almost incredible. Among the
prisoners who were taken after the
tight was a fine young man holding an
ensign's commission under the Duke of
Monmouth, and it was represented to
Ixird Feversham that ho could show ex
traordinary feats of agility. With a
promise that his life should be spared
he submitted to bo stripped, when one
end of tho halter was fastened round
his neck and the other round that of n
wild yonng colt. Man and horse start
ed at a fnnous rato along the marshy
ground, and had proceeded a distance
of three-quarters of a mile when the
horse fell exhausted. The young man
now claimed bis pardon, but tho in
j human general ordered him to bo im
mediately hanged. The space through
which the man kept up with the horse
(savs Mncauluy) is still marked by
well-known bounds ou the moor. The
natives of the Zeyhutds speak of the
" white lady," who was long seen about
I the great grave, dressed in white, and
who died, bereft of reason, at Weston.
She was the betrothed of this young
An Astonishing Story.
Ilero is a story which may well as
tonish all naturalists 1 In Murrays
ville, Cooke county, Tenn., a Mrs. Ken
nedy has for some years suffered great
! pains and " felt something running up
I and down her stomach." Ho at last,
after some hospital treatment, she went
i for Perriam Gyles, M. D. This pliysi
; cian having summoned two of his
1 brethren, an operation was undertaken.
Surgical particulars arc unnecessary.
The result was that two living rattle
| snakes, one 36.the other 32 inches long,
' were removed from the woman, and she
| is now perfectly weil, while tho snakes
j (in a stuffed state) adorn the museum
|of Col. John Stephens. Mrs. Kennedy
! says that several years ago "she swal
| lowed two small, soft, white eggs"
which she found in a field, "supposing
1 them to be partridge eggs."
MY 1,1 FK M'OUY.
My itory in one of terror, t hud
iwrn seriously overworked mi<l curious
symptoms of what I iHtuooiynil to be
tvrebral disorder had mode themselves
folt, Tliev took tliv form of wlmt w<
rail familiar); "iib-cnee of mini!,"
though they wore not tit* of abstraction,
hut rathrr uiotno 1 tn of blank uncoil
sciousuen*. It was just nine o'olork
when an awful •riiintum crept over uo>
of morn! frar. Hoiurthing was taking
plum in tnv hoily which made tn> soul
Hliiiihlor, lint wliirli affected noiio of my
souses. 1 was conscious, to iqx k prop
erly, lull was devoid of physical notina
tion. And 1 wan conscious that eon
hoietlsnoMt wos leaving me. All knowl
edge of events and of the ■ sternal world
pns< d ttway, and nothing remained but
lite cloudy cognition of my couditiou.
1 know that 1 had overtasked my brain,
and I flung inv books away, redoubling
my i xereiao in tlio open air, ami asking
permission to absent myself from the
classes for a week.
When I e;uuo to the city ! lived at tnv
aunt's house. There was in my siint's
house u girl employed originally as a
chambermaid ; a stout, healthy country
girl, with red chocks and round, dim
pied urms, and a hearty laugh tiiat rang
through the mansion and iiu i a strange
charm for mo. Owing to her own
cleverness ami honesty, us much as to
my aunt's tie d of such a person, she
became the housekeeper. Her name
was Judy, hut that atrocity had been
softened into Ju, and it vsa* only us Ju
that 1 knew her for a long tune. Front
the moment that 1 became un inmate of
the place this girl attached herself to
me with a pertinacious devotion that
was remarkable. Understand me, it
was tho modest, respectful attachment
of a sincere friend.
The girl kept out of my tight a much
ns possible, but she everted an influ
ence over me of a vital kind. I uar*l to
iqu'ii my chamber of moruiuga, when
alio was bustling about the house, to
listen to her laugh, foi iu it there was a
subtle suggestion of health that was
like the magnetism of outdoors. When
ever 1 came home late, uo matter what
the hour, 1 was sure that she had been
waiting for me t<> come iu. Well, the
summer came on. It waa generally
understood that I was to marry Miss
Ft atheratotiaugh. No sooner had 1 rt
commenced my studies than my mental
troubles returned. Due morning 1
went to my window to pull up the
shade preparatory to dr ~*iug. There
was a church clock visible from the win
dow, and 1 noticed thut it was nine
o'clock to the minute as 1 drew un the
curtain. Then my fit came on. I de
spair of making von understand the
nature of it or the intensity of my
agony before and afw r it. 1 suppose
that not more than three seconds
elapsed between the lifting of my hainl
and the full paralysis of all my power*.
Hut iu that instant of tune 1 suffei h! an
eternity of terror. There 1 st>*d with
only a dull, icy consciousness thr.t I
could not take my arm d >wu ill I that
life fi.r me was suspended. N-r was
HUH impaired consciousness continuous.
It seemed to return after long, loug in
t< rvals of utter extinction, like the
glimu.er of a distant light, to feebly ir
radiate for mo the awful fact that I
was thee yet.
I>r. .Uirchell, our family physic in,
n- - d to laugh at mo much over my fears
of evil. One day he said, " Y'our dis
ease i the most harmle** thing iu the
w rid. There's only one danger, and
that is that your friends will bury you
before your time. Now , that I eonfess
is not comfortable ; but, my dear fel
low, neither is it probable."
Dr. Bircholl wctit nwiy and loft us.
One meruitig in October my aunt was
taken suddenly ill, and a u< ighboring
doctor was called in. ll< was u ytmug
man, rt mark ably h and at < me, ami very
skillful, and wan the respect and con
fidence of the family at once. Finding
him a:i intellectual student very mucn
after mv own mind, a rather warm
friendship grew up between us, and he
became a constant visitor a* the house.
Now comet the most remark tblo pnrt
of my narrative. Thia Ir. Cruden
that waa hia name- fell desperately in
l>ve with Jn. He had no hesitation in
telling me of it. and iu has tiring me that
the girl had inflamed him with a p.it
sion that it win beyond bit |totur 11
control. He even made a clean breast
of it to mv aunt, and she, looking upon
it aa a rather romantic and every way
desirable match fur her housekeeper,
placed no obstacle in the way. I very
frequently joined them, and the doctor
and 1 would go tiff into into a discus
sion far beyond the depth of Jn, who
aat there sewing and beaming iu her
quiet, healthy wav. It was at auch a
time that I introduced the subject of
catalepsy, ami Cruden, e< ing that Ju
waa nib a !y interested, gave an ac
count of several cases of trance ill which
mere sus tension of function had been
mistaken for death. I remarked that
there WHS a hereditary tendency in my
family to this disease, and I expected
to have it myself some day. Turning
to her carelessly, 1 added, "If ever
they should find me dead in my bed,
Ju, don't yon let them bury me till Dr.
Cruden gives the word, will you ?"
I recall now the look anil tone with
which that girl, resting her industrious
fingers in her lap, replied as her eyes
met mine, "No, I will not !" Biie hail
given a seriousness and an import to
her answer that my assumed careless
ness did not wnrraut.
Dr. Cruden's attachment to Jn, I
will not don? it. annoyed mo. Jn wiw
doubtless flattered hr bis attentions,
but bo acknowledged to mo tliat he
gave him Torj little one mr.ißomo.it,
One night I sauntered into the dining
room and found hor alone with her
work. I nat down familiarly and beg iu
to talk about him. I prais*! him at
Bomo longth in n careless atrain, when
alio interrupted mo by Asking in tho
blnnt.diroot way of n woman, " I>o yon
like him ?"
" I admire him," I replied. "He is
a very clever man and mind one of these
d iys be a wealthy and influential one."
" He has naked me to marry liim,"
she said quietly.
" Very well, Jn ; if like htm 110-
bo.lv can say a word against it."
"No ?" she responded interrogatively
and, as I thought,plaintively. "Would
you advise me to marry him ?"
I felt that it was the appeal of a
faithful, inexperienced ere*tare to my
honesty. I hesitated a moment and
then anHwered : "No, 1 wonld not;
for with all his cleverness! I don't be
hove lie wonld rnnke you happy, Jn.and
1 hnve no reason to wish anything but
happiness for one who has earned so
ranch of my gratitude." As I said this
l)r. Craden entered tho room. 1 be
lieve that ho heard the whole of the
conversation. Ho sainted ine as usual,
but looked at me hard. Tho girl was
cool and Bel (-possessed and went on
with her work; and I shortly afterwards
left tin m together.
It must have been three nights
later, when, as I was writing very late,
I had a strange warning sensation in
my back and arm. 1 then pnt away the
work, took a shower-lmth, went to bed,
and almost immediately fell asleep.
The first conscious impression that
I received after that was of a tnnflb'd
bell striking, while 1 seemed to bo
emerging slowly from the glooms and
forgetfnlness of tho grave. Presently
I comprehended that it was John, the
waiter, knocking at my door, but it
sounded to me as if he were hammering
a bronr.o gate with a sledge. I tried
to answer him, but could not utter a
word, f tried to open my eyes, to
move my arms, to struggle, to gasp—-it
was iu vain. I was locked up in death's
embrace. Ah, if one could only ex
plain in worils tho horror of emotion
without the power to express itl Then
1 endeavored to collect my thoughts,
which iu the agony of fear was hard
enough. I heard my aunt's step on
tho stairs, and could even detect the
rustle of her dress, and know that she
was attired for her morning ride. The
door was pushed open. There was a
scream, all manner of confused ejacula
tions and orders, and a fall as if my
aunt had fninteil. When she recovered
she sent for tho doctor, and for Ju, and
then gave way to lamentations: " Oh,
this is awful! Ho sudden 1 Oh, dear!
what is to become of me, and poor
Miss Featherstonaugh, too ?- What a
blow! It's to be a funeral instead of a
I folt n rnttgli hitiul Initl U|miu niv
fnoo, uuil tint uttciupl inailn Un lnen in;
month. It mutt bavo boon John, for
ho euiil, " He'd boon ibuul eovoral
lionra, mi'irn. llo'e atone-onld,"
Aft or I Imt in; itnn true with grout
vliftb'iill; Unl by tnv eivlo. 1 *n pi wood
on in; bunk, ntnl Lho elioot pulloil up
nvor my fin-\ I know, nlan, by Ibo
mnniil Unit tlio; worn linrkoning lho
rtuiiu. Y\ horo, uh. where wue JnV
Mho oittiio prom ntl;, nftrr nil tlio
Otbffl liiul gQM, .1 "11 ti OMM with ln"r,
I In mil In i glitil vuioo, mill tlioitt wm u
alrungo balm iti it "Thi-ro ho in,"
nni.l John, " Tlioro'n no mora work for
liitu linn eiilo of tho graveyard," Hho
tore the nboot o(T my lin-o, and I foil
that hlio wae luokibg at tuo intotitl;,
John wue aanutoriug round tho renm on
tiptoe, and oarrving uu the ooiivorsa
M'iui mumout he wns nut f tlio rnoiti
Ju onme uinl druppwt ttjuui her knoca
at the lload uf tho Imhl and wound hor
ariua about mo, nn.l, laying her fnoo
u |mil utiuo, 1 could fool the wt-t laidion
and the warm, wliolonome breath an ahe
trioil to c '<\t me with omhracoe book
to life. Hut nivalis. No fibre of in;
bod; could aiinwcr with an ummring
tremor to hor lidolit;.
l>r. t'rudi n ooiild not bo found till
Wlion the doctor came in he went
over to the window and nut down by
"Ah," Haul ho, "so the |wor "fob
low'n gone. I i tpiH'tod tbis tor sumo
There was a midden movement of a
chair. Jii muni have got up uuiokl;,
for the bed olotiu a wore moved and 1
hoard Iter ntv : " Y'on oipootml it, and
no did ho. Tin not sure that he's dead.
Are you 7"
" YN'o'll soon determine that," he re
1 ft It his hand upon my ha art with
the mimintakahlc and inquisitive pres
sure of a doctor's lingers, ft It the
weight of his head as his osr was
prenatal down hard to catch the faintest
murmur. My whole soul was concen
trated Into that effort us his hand was
withdrawn. 1 thought ho detected it,
for Lin lingers went nuddoulv back as if
for reassurance. His bead was down
upon my breast, 1 could hoar hitu
breathe. Hta mouth was close to my,
oar. No, he was whisjiering, " It's
m; turu now 1" He sai.l it twice. The
awful import <>f the four words seemed
to add some new paralysis to m; sys
tem. My nature refused to believe in
an; revenge like this. He asked her
to give him the little mirror from the
shaving case. I felt its cold surface
placed on my lips, and 1 knew this was
u horrible, hollow mockery. Then 1
hoard him nay, "lie's dead! without
any doubt, and been dead fornix Lours.
It *n heart disease I"
Iu that supreme instant h<q>e died.
1 had then arrived at the loug-dreaded
crisis, and there was no longer suy hu
man help for me. Not a friend to stand
Ju got up as the decision was pro-
nounced. I felt that she and the doc
tor were silently looking each other in
Suddenly she emitted a litt'e cry, and
was down by niy side. Her warm
finger* were in mv hair. This lock on
my forehead was lift<sh
" Does a man turu grsy when he is
dead 7" she naked with Vehemence,
and 1 felt the turning of her body as
if she* <re looking him in the face
au l |H>iuting to the lock that she held
in h> r band.
12id iiitower was hesitating. Could
ahe bo detecting his duplicity in hi*
countenance ! And, believe mo, the
man capable of a monstrous crime waa
not cijttal to thia emergency.
lie Mumbled, lie betrayed himself.
He replied. "Ob, that was gray be
If he had only carried liia authority
a little further and told her it was a
" It wa, was it ?" aid the dear girl.
Hhe, who knew every look in my head,
was not to te deceived in that direc
tion. She got up and held the door
open for him.
" Uo ami make out your certificate,
Dr. Cruden. You tray fool the world.
But here I stay. And if you or any of
the doctor* .n New Y'orit bury .\daui
Ylelton before 1 pronounce him dead
you will hare to bury me with him. Do
you understand that ?"
And the moment she was alone she
had my head iu her arms, and was sob
bing as if lor heart would break. "I
don't know if you can hoar me," she
cried, with gasps end tears ; " but I
wi.n't dt .rt you. They'll hsre to tear
me iu piect s first. Do you hear? It's
me Ju. 1 want you to live. There's
nobody else cares a bit. Perhaps, U
l d, you ore dead ! No, no, no, no, I
did not mean that I /•note better. O
heavens, how cold yon are. Don't
mind me; I wouldn't do this if yon
weren't in danger. I'll st.iy here till
Ton open your even. I'll loll the doors.
Not a soul shall come iu. Not even
he. Hhe was to l>c your wife. Why
she sent word that she preferred not to
see you 1"
And so nn, in a broken rhapsody of
grief and endearment.
But i-hc wna ax good as her word.
Down et-airs the solemn preparations
for the funeral were going on. It was
officially given out that 1 had died of
heart disease. Too announcements
were sent to the papers. Tho day of
the funeral was fixed. Crape was or
dered, letters of condolence were re
ceived. Nobody who lias not been
through my experience ean know what
a thiu partition there ia between the
hopefulness of high health ami the
©veils-ting darknessof the tomb. Grief,
affection, love itself is but a hurrying
and a putting away the instant yonr
henrt ceases to Wat.
I knew now that everything depend
ed upon the bravery with whieli my
staunch friend would hold ut against
the imperious conventional usages.
And I confes* that I had little hope
that she would he able to resist the
mistress of the house, backed as that
mistress would lie by science and law.
There were long gaps of time. I
oonlti not measure them. I heard tho
girl in the room, She appeared to be
searching for something. John brought
her up 11 Ittnci,. I heard him toll lier
the coffin was down stairs and the men
waiting to come up. And I wa* aston
ished to hear him refer to my having
died yesterday. She must have Wen
with uie all night. And all through the
lonely watches I had felt her warm,
odorous palm upon my forehead at in
tervals, like an arm stretched out by
heaven into hell.
The nndertakers got into tho room
Wfore she could prevent it. Hhe order
ed them tint.
"Who are you f" ono of them said,
" I'm tho nurse," she replied prompt
ly. " We're not reatly for sextons yet."
" Well," said the samo gruff voice,
" we're ordered to take the body down
stnir, and we've got to do it,"
" Easy," snitl somebody in a whisper.
"Tell her w only want to move him
from one room to another. Once under
screws it'll be all right. We don't want
a row. It won't do."
With that one of them put his firm
tinder my hi ad. There was n quick
rustle of a dress. Tho srm was pulled
suddenly nwny. I heard the click of
my revolver, felt Jo's long hair sweep
ing my face, and knew she was stand
ing over me like another Jndith.
" If yon toneh him again," she said,
"there'll ho blood on it. Bland off!
My life for it, he won't go out of this
room till he's dead or I am !"
"The woman's stark mad," said the
man's voice. " Come nway. The
Board o' lit alth'll have to lay 'era both
Hho sprnng after them and bolted the
door. Once more I felt her nt my bed
side. " Dear, dear, I wonder if he in
dead !" I hoard her say in her distress.
" O, what can I do, what can I do !"
Then tlierc wns a parley through the
key-hole. It was my aunt's voice.
" iu," she said, " listen to ipe. In tho
tiarao of decency come down stairs nud
don't make mo send for an officer. Ton
ought to know that you can't bring the
dead to life by snch conduct, ami it's
disgraceful. The whole house is in
arms about it."
" I don't care for the bouse," replied
" What do yon mean to do f" naked
" I mean to keep him from being
buried alive tts long ns I can, if 1 tlio
" Ibilu't you hoar what Dr. Orvden
" I >r. (Jrudeu lied !"
" Well, open the door; I must come
in. You're delaying all the mrange
" 1 Know I am. That's what I mean
" Won't vou open the door?"
"Then I shall havn to got an officer
and bieuk it open. If you are con.
viuccd that Adam is alive, why don't
yon oonviuoo roe ?"
" 1 don't lu-ln-ve you ran l>e oou
vintwd," said Ju. " Y'ou all of vou
want to hurry him to the grave. \Vby
don't you send for Doctor Doctor
Dih- tor Hir " (She was trying to
rea l the name on a card that she had
found ill tuy desk ; it WM printed in
"Doctor liirehell7" my aunt sug
gested. "If Doctor liirchtll pro
nuutuieH him dead will ymi promise to
give tip the room 7"
"No," eail Jo; "I'll never give
him tip till I can see that he's dead
with uiy own eye*. Bat Dr. Birohell
won't say eo."
" Well, at all events, if Dr. Birohell
comes, you'll upon the door 7"
" Y'l-f, I will."
When ahe had gone J a drew* from
her bosom Mia Fcathcrstnnaugh's let
ter and read it. Mhe was allocked at
tht news ef my death, and declared it
was awfully annoying. She regretted
she had no suit of black iu which to
attend the fnueral, and for this reason
could not attend tt. The bearer of the
letter was given to grief.
After reading the letter, Jn sprang
up with a sudden impulse, pulled the
clothes from my nock and arms, dashed
cold water upou mo, shook me with
desperate force, moaning and gasping
and aobblng tho while iu the greatet
distress. What encouragement the
poor creature hsd in all this heaven
only knows. Her faith, her hope, and
her lidchty are inexplicable to me to
this day. While she was thus en
deavoring to restore animation my
frelmg* were of that numbed, despair
ing kind that uo one can umlt rsUuid
who haa not been launched into the
mid-' ('can of hopeless horror. A aul
len, fiiitnleas wonder took ]x>sacaion of
Huddenly an arrowy pain shot
through me, and Jo gavo a cry of jov.
It was such a cry as' a mother might
give who pulls her offspring out of the
flames. 1 felt the cool air on my face
and caught the scent of tho Auiay stroet
us it came in my window. Intolerable
pangs were darting through rav body.
Sly Heart gave a1 ap. I gasped. Hot
lava seemed to be pouring into my
veins. I opened my eyea. My head
was on her breast. Her arms held me
lovmgly. Her dork disheveled hair
was sweeping round me like a protect
ing drapery. 1 looked up out of death
into the life and victory of her tender
That woman had saved me.
About ten minute* later. Dr. Birchel
bounced into the room. lie said this
would not have happened if he had
been called. 1 will not weary you with
what oocttrred after, except t<i aay thia :
1 put myself in his hands, for he
promised to cure me if 1 would follow
las directions < xplicitly. And that TOO
may he sure I did eagerly. ** The first
tiling, then, that you must do," said
he, "is to git married. I don't care
who you marry, but you mut marry
somebody, and somebody who is yonr
opjH>s:te in every respect."
" But, my dear doctor," I remon
strated, "is it not the sublimity ol
meanness to fasten myself and my in
firmity to a woman ?"
"No sentimental nonsense. I'll get
rid of the infirmity if you will do as I
i tell yon. Hang it t your life's worth
* met Ling to the community, if it isn't
worth anything to yourself.'
I did as he tohf me, and Ju ia now
Urn Ing Them Off.
Ilovr the farmers of Wright connty,
lowa, drove away the grasshoppers is
reyealed by the local pajmr. The crops
in that country were abundant, and
anxious husbandmen were iu hopes that
these destruetirc j#sts would not ap-
Im ar until after harvest. At once they
cimc, however, in elouds that darkened
the sun. By a preconcerted plan, the
fanner* act fire to inlea of drT straw on
the borders of the wheat-Acids, and
smothered the flames with green hay.
That caused volumes of smoke to roll
oTer the fields. Tlie grnashoppeiw
didn't relish this proce-lnre at all. They
rose with aneh a multitudinous hum of
wings aa to deepen into a roar like dis
tant thunder, and fled the country. In
that way the Wright county farmers
have a lair prospect of asviugth© crops.
The Skeptical ConTineed.
Lvery advance iu Medicine, every
now remedy baa encounter* d an Qpptisi
ti<>n, which is the test of truth, (ialen
and Jetiner only were believed when
they hail proved their discoveries
ag:unat opposition. But men are ob
serving. and benefits always make lw
lievirs. No incredulity can stand the
silent argument of good result#. When
Dr. Walker proclaimed that ho had
produced from the medicinal herbs of
California an Elixir that would regen
erate the sinking system and cure dis
ease* not organic, the incredulous
shook their head*. Y'et his Vinegar
Bitters is now the Standard Restorative
of the Western World. The truth could
not bensisted. Under the operation
of the new rt rncdy Dyspeptics regained
their health, apatite and strength, the
Bilious aud Constipated were relievtnl
tf every distressing symptom; the
Consumptive and Rheumatic rapidly re
covered ; Intermittent and Remittent
Fevers were brokt 11 up ; the taint of
Scrofula was eradicated! Who could
gainsay facta like these ? Not even the
Faculty. Skepticism was routed. All
doubt as to the claims of the Bitters to
the first place in the first rank of
modern medicines were silenced, and
this wonderful preparation is to-day the
most popular Tonic, Alterative, and
Blood Dt purent evej advertised in
America. In common with other jour
nalists, we ate free to add our testi
mony to this remedy. It is a domestic
medicine, and no household should be
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nut Uia country, and hto pstupl.Uta and larger
wot lis UIKIU U.oo subjects liava been xilmmcd
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inedtral acliiMile. Acknowledgment of the
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tions of Urn land, and l<y Uie treoalalton of
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■Hatail tjrc ojiet.iiig of a regular die|i#naary for
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OHO 70 Over a hitudtod [wrwona are employed
111 the various department*, arid a eorpe of
aide and ekiilod phywictaiaa are interned ee an
MHenry li-iar tin difficult --sees Kleewhom in
to-day's /u/.mV, via a whole page la devoted to
a r..iiiiuui<o*at|iiii free In. J'lcioa, aetrtng forth
eomothiiig of the bis'orv and detail* of thta
rant establishment, which will he found not
un I tile reeling reading."—JM. I J*lie /fopsbfnssa
if you Would pall unite Medli-usce. mienUO
fs'.ly piepaiad bye akiUnd I'hysuiou and
f'hnutet uee Dr. I'ierce e Family Mod teniae
lloiden Med Mel Ihoeovsry la nutritious. tonic,
alterative. or blou.l clear ret ng. and an uiMHjuafed
cough remedy; I'leaeaiil Purgative Pellets,
eeaiewly larger than muatarit eead, constitute
en agrewaUe and reitaide physic; Psvunie
Prescription au uiu|uaied lemody feu detail'
tatcd females; Pilroet of Kmert-Wced. a
uregicai remedy |.u J'ein, flows) ('.unplelnla.
aiei au unta|uaid l-uner-eot tot Uith liunuu.
aiul horao-doah ; while hta I>f* Hego a (Utarih
Itcmedy la known the world over aa the gioateet
e|ie,'iß<! for tiatarrh and '' Ooid h: licad ever
given to tha pubne.—Ocm.
Tha National Life Insurance Com
panjr of ib l".-)iud Htata of Atuerir* had.
uu Uio ori da* of Jul*. #3 a6o.(yis ut good sod
•vsiUUo aaaata, nils its total habiiiura si :Ua
i-stiir dsrs were $2 lit 3611 The losn wscurad
h* ui> mortgage- amount to considerably more
than tha total liabilities. Tbe low rs'.M the
large capital, the definite contracts, and tha
liberal jtulleiM of Uie National, render U
aepomaUr wurdif (lie eon&denee and lbs
iwirunage of the public. It Is a National com
pany chattered by Congress Ths business is
done at tb* |rtnri|<al branch office. Chicago,
Illinois. John V. Farwetl. PiMdeiiL Applies
Uuna for tijniratioe on U made through any of
the agent* Applications for agenoiva should
he made to the Chmsp i office Aim.
Riot mills Ss east, Mr. Jons# !-A horse-
St (tor la Fhilsdelyhla au caught <hangtsf lbs
ssUbraisS Mailt as krmaa Llamas* tslo olhar
fcetttsa. as* atlas It aah'sovrn ran pa. 11 nasty
i* siesta ths hast |ru.lcy Thsse ■•Slrlas man
liha w (alkie §> such tsiloara it rwrsS tfcs isms
hutss all tba list, bet It damaged tks Oar tor's
rrratalioa.tal taaaltat ths proprietors is pro
port los VTr lari haar4 of so staa7 Rhrams'le
parsons ask lams harass lei as eared l>r ths Mea
rasu tiaisnr that at advise trarf housekeeper,
lirtrjreta aat piaster u> Invest la a M rt. or 6'.40
bottle, ssaiaat accident Has ara of euentaifeiu.
It ta *rrapp*4 la a tl<el engravtns, a Isaac - 0 W
W at'.biook. Chemist."
Tht Lsdlca' kuraals I luto, of Its Tork.ro
rsatlr < ksaatsS tksir Si teats* lost frost Woaia'a
ailiart to Hair prapai aitotis an 4 fimpla Banish
sra. Tha* 4trlare4 that eksrs nature had set
endowed tk<m with tsastr.lt was their rtfht
r**. their taty-b ascfc it where tba* coals Ms
Ihr *< i*4 thai Mooseuo JUui oeercame hallow
asta, ■< ask this a4 fcinffmarke, aa4 cart to tka
com pit nan a moat tufwrw (hurotlaa) and mar
hle-Uke appear anew <Ja- l ist to eat, eo tieMl
Sti4 that Lrnit bars Stat s taaia tka bs< r a'raw
thick, <ft sr.4 soful pfSltf, wt saorsover pre
vested it from tnmUif *r> If tks proprietor*
tfcsas artlt Ira did act ased tk* slater a an Invoice
lbs* are not aal'l
I toe l-rwat*t He voltatltaa is Msntrat- Toast
ssarr, which was <ximm*ac*4 Is ltM, la el til !
progress R-thing nan atop It, tor It ta femaded no
the principle , now sateer sally sekeow lodged,that
pkyeleal vigrf u tka moat f irmldaUa antagonist
of all bom as at leasts, as 4 experience kaa shars
that runttiu Brrrasa la s prarleaa tnxlgoraat,
aa wall aa tha bet I poaaiUa safeguard against
twf Cto_priuM- 1 no. t .K>,t .34
(Vimtsoa te stood T*os <.'* .31
lafrripf Truut .('t .s
Wi.c* .■ Wa 80.U0 TI 00
■a**—J 4a tays .n*
Uraas3 6 s ,'t*
HhMT .t OS
OMtoc-WiOtUaa II ■ .llw
Floar-Exus Wwrtare. S.kJ 4 5.38
Stst-Fitv* lI M
WbtoU— Ivwl Wwdere l. * l.n
Kd. J Prion .. . 1
hr* .. M t st
■Mtcjr—Valt ... 144 i .•
<wts— K)i*-i tfisis*.. *2 ,va
Oortt—ll **l W —tra It 4 It
Iltj -|>IWI... It '. *2KuO
Strew—per tc®. <*.t sis 00
KM*. ..TJS. .*.--*• -m * .10
tWrk-Jtaw 22 00 12213 *
Lard .... .11 s .IS
IVtKt.Mi——4'rt4* " 4.5 Mmdll 1 !
Matter- Slat* M •
OUSCw .13 * n
•' y*!io .. . a
Wfwters flrtllnary II * .)*
I .übj; Ivssts Sbs m s M
UkstwM et!* rsrtorj- 121* i .191*
" WkttJßed .'4 • .fdli
Oblo II • IS
1: 1 ■ 30
Whrel. ........... I.M * t.S
Rn—Utsl. 1 II • 111
Cora—Ml tad.... M a M
Barky —ftsnt 1.40 • ISO
Oats —sut* 73 4 .00
Floor .ea 711
*ll.-at Sc. 3 Sfti 1.511,t 1.34
1 torn ." It a tl
Oats . 4 .43
Rt. .. 11l * 1.(8
Barley L a 300
lard . .11 k JlJ*
DtttM-Uw Midi!as uv .14
fatar—Xitrs. .... 7.71 1 ltd
Corn—TrUow * .44
Oats .1— ... so t .65
Floor—Frac Mo. C*o *7.35
Wboat—Ko--re !w3 1.3S 4 3.3*
Ocra—Tsliuw . >4 s*
Mlasd. 79 * .7*
Fstrelswrw—CrriC*........ ,o* a. r 4\, • H4r.*1121,
iinnp ari>m tvx-si. *rorkt.
nUIL I• 1 f arts, tk* b*t sttd Ka.lv.t
nil Ht<ltni[ uprlns **r ltn'M
5C.11 I Th ,c, 3 Of tr nsnv4 In ar r*rl
. ■ 1 lh a-vevia or rs ls rvntcvrd St
Snrinn*: t< p io•• suur<i*4n
VJMI '"H a 'Mih.f.t 4 not <f l*s *sy 1 vsry
HHBBM iron* run* itrat4. Aft*r at
1. g tb-i.i ais tn-m.h., if rot s nad as rserosaat
*4. ran b* mart ad. and motay will barrfsna*4.
Shi) Farnwr th 11W bars a pair. Asm I*
wantad Sa f r rtrrttUr
BKXJ. K. W KM*. Sol* ARawt,
47 Iltj i.. *r lurk-
MINERAL ROCK SPRING,
C ravel Dyspepsia
And til dltststt of thtllvtr tnd ktdntyt. Tit It
walsr It T) ki.uvu n4 < 14 as a iabsvjt for tbs
stw>w* fllictiri tn All pAMs of 1h w. rid ft It
littl? srondrrful whAt rflrct tl hAB upon •!♦ hnmsQ
)stem. It is no* being sh'pped At th* f Mowing
Harr# 1. 4 ' gsl . fir, bslf do. V. dttritohn And Jugs.
AO rents p-r g*l . i adug# rmtra, t otl#s >%i M
per dot II 'Acy must Ace-mpAny tht oidsr, e*
eept 1o our regnlsr stUoHiH agent. It qttlre of
your Druggist for >VAUkrh Mineral R*ta spring
Water. A.ldresi C. C 01.IK ACO , Wsuk sbA,
Wtt.. tur orders for the \VAier r for CirculAta.
Mtrr from it ft tl .mm Barber.
Hosico* Wl, July 1,157.
Ms C C Ou>, Wsuk-.lts. Wis. D*ar Sir-Is
rloird |<lr* Suit ll.Sßf.tr flv* yslions of Nln.tsl
R.. h Cprti-s W t#r-os* it lo dsy Ly Mf -itt
lam tsnoa |<l*-.. l with tho r'.uft* rro ths
of yonr K|>rtns W'stsr. 1 l.v uio4 for iho lt l*ro
yatrs oth*r sain*, bnt h >*" ttsvpr rccnvMl fn.rn
th n*of olh.r* d-'<144 rraul'a aa from the
ua. of that *t< a*ut rar. II way bs <iatu| lo olhar
rsnara .-rrrstlriß si tho aamo tint*, vrhlch hsa
kl4ril In Ih f.Torshls raaulta ftotn tha tiao of
Sonra sttll I am not swsro of any, aa m* haklta
av boon tha aina. a.aktbir uae tf up druta or
olhar pu-t'-tral treatment.
Tnnra, H. SARBRF.
r.AV Ct.At*e. July *. 1574.
C. C Ol!s A Of. :-fenU-~Thts la In cortifv tht
1 hc lined the Weukeeha Mineral Rirk Sprng
Wutrr f. r the lad at a or eight ra. ntha. with grs.t
reettilt. I wai vary bad wttb Iba kidney and lior
dlaaaaa, and th vralar bat helped ma to wonder
fit itjr. In bothif the dlaesnca. My digestion hat
alto grraty Irafr. vcd. and 1 now feel Ibit watei
btt botn a groat benefit <n mora t)l than onr. If
1 f onllono fo uae tba water. 1 ant eoiWdout that It
i 1 rftol a permanent rura. Tbtnf ft ablp ma
to tho city another half barral if iha water at
once. Ratprrtfnlly yonre.
CHARLES J. SMITH.
MaKnarra*, Kantaa. July , 1574.
C C. Out A On.:- Thla tt certify that 1 hate
b< an t■ on tied with kidnev. bind ar.and urinary
eomptntnle. b rdertrg on to Rrlght'e diaaate.for a
number t>f >••. For thi ltt two I have
auff. rvd mui'h; the dootort could do mc wo letting
g, iid. All Iha time them waa quantities ©' albu
men In my mine. 1 had taan a notice In tho paper
of Waukeeha Water. I.aet Febrnarv I thought I
would irr tha water, and aant to St. L >ula and got
flee gallont, and wbtla I wae drinking I received
four gal ion a Item a friend in tlllnoie. liefiwdaye
1 received a circular which told me that the wa'er
that waa tent me from Illinnle wee from Mineral
Hock Spring. Bnootben I have ordered two bar
reta end reeelvad it, and am maktiig tree ue of tt.
Hv 'he uo <f tha we'er my haeltff la better than
it baa bee . fir yaara. My wife tt.li ka the water
the greatest boon that t ever reeaivad. It haa Ita
deairid and iJralgnod effect. 1 thu k after uatng
it a few mentha more, I ahall bo all 'lght
Now, an I .-am no acholai; and If yon change
the aft 1.1 if my writing without d.itiOy ilig Ita
..i.a itug, • ••*" b * rt ' c SALa It ARNES,
Money Malting Employment.
offered, Address, M. If LTVELL, Brie,Fa.
Five Myterioue Pictures
U iMilf Cm>r*al*d toattU**. eiraae* 4*vln*t
ru ELM* esse TO A1.1.. AIIIMI,
l >h *lmp. AHA V* * I <> . I •(! lr*d. Hocn.
■ iKMßiti.visu RRNAI.IT mm.l.k.K,
I r 'l!#*#(ill*. I'*. IIIMUIM ea**J*d
>i|ui modrtd. Hnl f>r Clrale.
a .v' v aa
Tli* M lir M*a or lb* litad, Ito MUM, Im
fbriltlM, lb. Jul#*. U(C dailp tn thrir K
b-.m il rmipauil in all Itnlili ABA
•r* front !lyi|...| tl*. Pick H'adarb*. tub' lluavk.
' i.Hrrtl'tirb, Inliputbin. Ml**. *u-
Hut AIIk ki. Llr.r i 'limpiduti, Goal and Bb.uma
' He AHn.tu.ui, baturo • o*u ( ill Mid rood
Tarrknt'i IfletVA. rent leltrnr Ape riant.
aa U . bad an* mud niiibli macieina aaar ofar
. a* lo tfc. pnup >c f,r lb. *l ... , Uaa of Claaacea.
i Tba auraii g baba, It* brulbar* .<! aiiiaea, lit
I p.ranta Abd * an* par an la. wll all Bti* (bit pla.a-
I aul r> mo, vail Mapto* fur taatr oicaraut torn
lilltll, Mr i a'a br all drtiyiritt* _____ _____
I,miM>\ a IIUI ( TIIHII S. A fedilal
J *!• i Ideal tb rt hf l .ill V. < ■•*.& 18. Hal * for
I Circular. _§WO*jt MCHAT. eart. S. J.
We ton ear*a at bum* T.rpi rro Ada
•* O.H km a-h * rv. .Purllaa*.HalD*.
Ibußiflraala Military *riAinr,fbaalar,
I f*a oiai.* W*du*Mep. S: pi Mb peer** M
n Udlra aaireaia* riail *...1 M"> act ual Si.plaaar.
in* Tba 1 1 dale* an* Mi rliab thui-iuyhlr
Mr mrr*lri apitr In Cb.i Tkat. Rpalt. fiMilmi
THE Agonts Make 8150 A
Oaar par Moatb, aallin* our a*w
nrc<r M*P. I'M Till tea. I liHii-
BEoT Hill, Ar., R.w Mifaf kKW
IIInK bTATK. eTnd f r Id*
i *t*W< a and *•* i ar r>a aSari
wr — s r itiMiAi,
YET a Sareiier '*ae*, S. T. _
Aljvr hi IbLRb: Am. *aa ***!>*' fnloa rr pra
arm uarr 1 M*> |upiil. #iU#S iuW 1 auadl
i aiawrt-a i a S eaut name hw map al >.i.( hie*.
II"A <( IIIHI. VI'B oumMaac an* aataiatal.au.
•!.*• ua- ui t * raal at aMirtiali.*. Alalia
£ f lAIX kl, in Maaru kiraat. Qbtea#e,. lit
THE NEW IMPROVED
The "Medal for Progress,"
AT VtSCbSA. lets.
Tu* Hionmr Oiia or - M*t>*b" Aaamaee a*
S .V in J VorAiW /irrvtiec/ a /Vtar.
A KKW U'NII) RKIMISIi
1.-A Aav /iMalaaa Taunueuabv la.rat aad
ar.uri* by ' .llari fitait
S.-SakM a ptrftri tcc* m* *1 k u beta
*!**. on al Mad* of paoda.
3.-Hum LIUHT lawTl.teiMiiaur hario—
kaaf naiiaalwa idiulltla
♦ Dra.uu- Auai/ar J'.arr wltbuel Eapalrr.
b.-WM da al Mrulbr / Work aa* fiv,
Milriia, Is • a-..parlor aaatmer
. li Jh af £a*d, Sraaftd by tba oparater.
Uiftl (d (Ut.b map b* dtara* vblla rualaf.
bo* in*.turn rati ba tbraaCc* rttkoal peaats*
thraad tbr.-npb balaa
P.— Daalpa Siaßffa, fnpasaova, Brfaat, form lap
tba atltcb rUbd tba uaa uf Cog Whirl Oaar*.
kuury Cam* or Leaar Ana*. !1 ta tba dadamatir
ort>p Mil a bub lamxr **l/VB trull a/ dilri
at day apaad. Ha* our aav Tiviv Cbnfraßar,
vbtcb allow* aaay aoTruail if aaoltl* bar aa*
pmantr injury f thraad
e.-CDHfTaronee atrul iwrv/W and intent It
i* maoutactuiad bp lb* mort aIW/W and trpmri
aral aurJlrain, at lb* crlrbralad ft ctttlaplaa
Araaarp, llioa, S. V. Saw Vark tMßra.
So. A Matflaea A**arr, (Karlt'a Hvlltl-
IBS I Bit A SCII UKrit ltSi llSllalr Si..
Chtroßo, 111 | till baprrtdr*!.," IrnUad.
O. I in I Voartb M., tlartaaaft, O. i Ml
Salß at., Buflala. S. T* 33 * H ul.la|iiia
St., Vostoa, Maa.| bjl tbaataat St.,
PMladrlutila, Pa. | IO Slllh St., I*l ItA
Katun's (heat Remedy
THROAT AND LUNG
bk (! vital pruc-.ple of the Ptoe Tier li 11111 l
ky • I' • .! im tu. h
wV.ch ta higheet ciedc: ai ptvptrtm an reuiaiad.
Tar itm la t crude aula haa kn ncawMaM by
mimm < p'mi-m I?rrr-y trim/. Il kcaaUutl
üßrrrl w t rtbe f >i'jwirsaiißp)e laaaeaai
•I* etna*.— mM Ay ttrfftnf tkr amf* ■
but by dieiciv-a* li t nt'.rf-r aad mitulrmg tamrma m
Ave* alt the wt Senility m. !a ea'me the Imtabah
Is am *1 sms ; >t back prelcage mi
mltnlewb—tneii.vl.fc otthea<!l cieitultter
a. Ita hrel ng pr.rople a>a |wi tbe minted ew
bn at ike lunp, ftmttrtttmf ta wl t
teheeing pais, and rvKiat.*m,4*m matitm.
I It nnurinue anicaß TU tuaa. NakNa
ly omul lueon, tea tke ciaaoa mma ■
Wttioi la tba Ktrai caaaa of Scrofula Tkaaub
aI aftdaent could be produced boa tboaa wba bave
kit tke BENEFICE! adeem at I'm Tan Tea Counts*
la cka eer.ow dueatw arising beat mr.tma O0
4 k aayaatw tkt tfftriira a/aa bad aaM
|k# yjf r fr' r
AJ vka ban kacwe at triad XV L. Q. C- Wb
ban ■ retted ot reoiure aa relrrracw ben A. bol AM
Baa at thowaadt cured by iheai oaa be fien f
amy oae ebe douba out itvlrment Dt. LQ. C.
wiakart't Great daavu Dxttafmie FHk mm
TUB li<eu Da ore ban aaear beee igwßtd RB
aaia by al Druggnar aad Skutnyni, aad at
Dr. Lj*. t _ _
"EAT TO LIVE."
F. E. SMITH Sl CO.'S
I M . Brooklyn. X Y • NRFWTF—
or Whnlreomr. lkrlkrlooui and
nnini. al. kl.ir. a (tnett d ..iUc F< bi..-na
an I*. rr~ lei', i>* Dveiwieir it >• target, lad
H..d t.i a l UA.E i iv. Itucruawe Vtmnhirla. wna eala
able tMkfmaiM* Food tod Ileal LB aral free.
Colcraflo for Mis and Toriift
lui A<*T*n*Btff • ft>r ronfQßl|>tiVl> IDI Altkaui
If*, rnl! DtrUroUn fim fre*.
A4£r%ft. Au U. fAmwor
rr>n Col not,
WATERS' CONCERTO ORGANS
Art !b• ninat brant llnl i ie<v Ir and petfrrl
IB lour .tar at. a da. Tlai UMKHTO IIVP
UU brd .err plarrk la aa) Uryea. II la
(Mticai b aa rura aat of rrrita. UrrallarlT
v..l<r<t. lb. K F F K T (f abirb tHHt
l lIiKIIMi and e.airi.-MlttlUXU, *b la
>• I 'III (1111% ( tba lll.t|\S Toll Kti
AIFKKII. reran Libaikl
WATERS' l'iiii harmonic, Voipor
and Orouo.tra 1 ORGANS
In I NLL|L al R It A.M H T'A.K.. are am N* 'be
Hrit indr, A U ronkl'lß PI HIT V F VOIC.
IXIJ enhirr.T vnl.e of tone. Suitable lor
I' I It I.III". I 111 Itfll or 111.10 II JILL.
WATERS' NEW SCALE PIANOS
Rave arret U< utr and a fine .iMglng lalir.
*1 lb all mnrlrt it Llll'trot rnirnle, and are lb*
Uf-nr I UKtl* ntriK. IhrHOir.n.ail
l>iaona rr nai initird f ir O vrara. FHIt'KD
K\t ItKHkI.T I.LL • f T • aeli. r part raab
an L laurr tn mnuilily or quarterly pay.
111(111. . brrou.l BAUD lii.lruuirnia table
Itrtthaayr. INI.YRS IF A M'HL) in •v. ty
COITTUE in IT. I' . . d T-anuria. A liberal
ill ...IN I.L to Tt.trl.tr*. Afinirfara. ftan-MI
N.-AtVt. Lntft*. JUT-RI term Caret. urn
MA IN unit TL K T\ A I'r It A A: NOX,
*s| llrmlna),Yrw talk. H.O ll>i| lltkt.
■ GENTS WANTED FOR
■ ■ I' Mr0k0.,,. •25. M • Iff ■>!<*.
■■ ~ HMk-rrow. * iik •• tiMMM m Hnrrlet
Stowe. Tn innapitriiXorM
al- ('"> en i may wli n tarilrd tk, Morses
I.jrrt. in Menul. ■,,), So fe wrtb a leek sad
■ Hi Tell It All,* Tilt ' ief*t aairaulatst mm end we
I,,o i. * 4 tier lo a, . • , i ihtrtallrec* St., did a,,. ,r..l *TII It
All Mike fault. Ill* ■ errk ef eiiraerdlaarr leirrrac. nill er
wartime rrrelattee,. truthful bold. and C I—etc -ni, keek as
Ukatynt erer •rnl.a he a rkkl Mortem rmn Tki Here
•f *f Htn Ann, Wife No. 10,' uuUla r*U H htr—t/.
625 Ml. •npr.al, .Serfe/rd ea.iVi.nd li I, tkr meal penalar
heoi rtea ookt k f acrau. oaurlllae all Bbara Umeau. ll
Ukra Ilka wildfire C 7** **' V ,oM steed, vert ar Br
•rare boura fee n.a .r vea 523 <■' S2OO a seen ea.Ur
Bade Onrkr.rel',fjearMr( r. nw. dr.. reef free B ell will
pro*, lis adders a 0 WORTHtKOTOK * CO., Benkwd, Ch.
AOTBRItBBMI Bead *5 ere. to OHO. p. Ri-W
/% Kl.l. * CO.. II I'ark Row. New York, i r then
r iwtpj. al of ton (r.ifrd. cotitatnli p 1 lit of .*WI new.
papera.ar.n aalfmktedklt wtnprout of adeertiatiiv
HAAT7 of Medical Worn,eta. Pbould be raad b>
HiII Jit All. Suit free fir V itsmpa A>l<lrets
UUUQ 1H I" Ml AIUI.. Cincinnati, O.
V MILLION MII6CKIBXB4 WANTED FOB
TII K vv A I B1I) K,
A Uaaittllul Clirlallau Wit kip I
(unaectartan) for ell clean a aim all ant*.
FOK KVkll V KOOY I
416 toper-royal octawo rave a d utile clumnk.knd
neatly NVJ ILI.I'bTPA riOSB yerly. The choap'at
ILuairatei OOLI.AK WF.KKi.Y in America. Sob
aoitbe to nay. A. drear, THE WATSH'B,
607 M.uk' t Street. Wilnn. irLiti. D Itwere.
ILLINTKITKI) tVlltlDK NOBT'ILV
(M ttfaalnt). fHOayeir. SCNI'AY Bf H XIL EDI
TIONS once k mo.ith. it.ylr lopica 30 eta.; 10
cioplrs. $2; teilre a month, ah-ple copier, 6u eta.;
10 coplra, ft. urd' r now I or teuu 10 ctt. t.t apt ci
men unmbeit ■ fall edlt.i na.
A Rrntk Wanlrd.-Ken or arnmen.' 1.1 a week
A or slooforfeited. C iooMr titapiea /,-#. Writ.
At coca to P. M HREI\ ElpVb Stn-ct. Ni w T • •
If IT PARCOfJ ly Ilia lomrafr W. rc'eia
rvii bHnoun. , 8 A> , h(l n ,,, r An ,bnn,u
and Authoriae.l Life publtahrd ; Oliti paves; beau
tifaliy tlluatratei:. Ag-ntt muntti ccervwAart
00 000 at'eaiiy aol 1 Circular* t fall oar work* f. **.
addretn BPSTIN. 011.M tN 4I O H irtf ird, Cum
BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK HMD for TOUT MACMII
* '' 4
ogar Bitter* sre * purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na
il rt- berba found on the lower range" of
lite Kierra Nevada mountain* of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the one
of Alcohol. The qneetioo le almmt
dally asked, "What is the eaure of the
unparalleled success of VIJTBOAB BIT
rERHt" Our answer is, that they remo*
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood pnrifler and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invlgoraic
of the system. Never before in the
t.aVTj of the world hsc e laedktae been
compoOTdfd ptneseiing the remarkable
cualities of VISSOAS BITTSSS la bmiiagthe
rick of every dteeem man ie heir to. They
we e (reatle Purgative ee wall ae a Tooio
rchevina Convention or Inflammation fl
the hirer and Vieoessl Offbaa, is Bibooa
The proprrtlra of D*. WAl***'S
Tiasoaa nmaas are Apenant, Diaphoretic
Carminative, Nutrition*, tanetive, IHurMie,
SedaUre, Counter -Irritant Sudorific. Altera
tva and AaU-lUiiosA
It. It. MtUUIttD A CO..
OrertM* end tire AU. flea Wnmmm. Cagfcrai*
*ad our. of Waakuurum and ChariUra IM*.. N. T.
held bp all Ore((>**> * Orator*.
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THE DYING BODY
SUPPLIED WITH THE
VIGOR OF LIFE
DB. BAD WAY'S
VUaatotto Keed per*. <b* fifa Hw, lb* tym
briM, Ito Oempiaaieii amootb aad traaaparaat, tto
■*ir mroae, *ad nana *ll erm,Ttm*l**. Bldr-hm.
reuia THUn, Oubn, m, tram da Smd,
rem, Seek. HmU, aaS Skaa. U w |li —el U
take aad im AM* W mean.
BleHiewe Dtiimil Dpo*M*; ifeSe lb*
Blood aad lawiio lb* tfyMaa. It can*
w*b anduly *8 Cbnmic Miam tto*
0 tore tlaemed la Uu ryMara Sreer
UL rmrt, vtottor II to
Scrsfkla sr Hyphflttlr, Hereditary er
n IT SEATKD rs THS
Lea| er Stomach. Skla ar BMM,
rieah er Narva*.
oossnrnsa THS SOUDS ASD vrruTtse
IT CI TSX OMXT I*oll tITZ CUES VOB
KIDNEY and BUDDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary and Tank Pli lain. Oraent. IHahetw.
Drafer, Stoppage of Water, laMatmeaoad Urtae,
bright* Dtaaaoa, Albsmtnom. aad la T oaaaa
trtwrc there are depcatla, Ohraalo Ihae
antlam. bcrofnla, ataadolar baelbag, tlacLum Dry
CN|k, iTaanariwia ASeaHoaa, Oeayhtais
■aadtag of tbr laaga, Iryempattt Water Brach. TM
Dalanai-Wbna bvel.tnga. Tore, IVm, Ala
aad till li-.traura, Merrn.ial Duaaaa*. Female Ooec
ptaiuta. Goat, Dtepay, Kufcata. Salt Tkiaai. Bcoa
ehitla, OoneamfUoa, Unr Oomplatsu. t'ior-a la
tha Tbraal. Mootb. Tumor*, lew tn la abide
| aad other parfa of tba ayUaaa, Hare Ijee, ktruaio:-
! one IHaeaargaa tram tba Sate, aad tba worm forma
of Asm Ini >i■. Wkii|iili—, Feeer Sinw. brail
Head. Kki| Won*, hit kheuoa. Err*y Hag, Actio,
Black Spoca, Woraa ta tba rUob, Oa&aam la the
Wowb, aad an eetkruii aad pkiafal Ibckerpe,
Hlgbt Harale. Law of bprem aad ab waataa at tba
Ufa leturtjOr are erttbta tba caretl re range ad tfcu
mate at Metei OfenJry. aad a few laee' aaa
will prove (a aay para in ua.us a for ater ai thaaa
forma of dleraee tu putrrf power to cure tbeaa.
Bold by Draer-Ttß- 6 LOO par BoCtla
R. RT R.
The Cheapest and Best Eedieine for
Family Use in the World!
Oaa SO Cant Battla
WILL CUTE MOTIK OOVFLAIXTS AT® FRE
FEXr THE SYsTEH AGAIXnT SCDDEX AT
TACKS OF KPiDrmca AKD OOHTAOIOCB DIS
EASES THAX OSK HTKDKEII DOUJIBB EX
FEMDED FOB OTHEE MKDICIXES OB MEDI
THE MOWEXT KADWATW READY RELIEF IB
AFtUED EXTEBRALLT —OR TAKES IVTKE
IIALLY AOOURDIKO TO DIE*CTIO*a-FAIK,
FROM WHATEVER CAUSE. CEASES TO EXIST.
IYrFORTAJfT.—Hinue, Farmer*, aad otbare re-
Udinc ID aparealyueetlrd duenna, ebrre ta dlS
rnlt to eoeaie OaraerrVea of a phyrintan. BADWAYW
EEADT RELIEF Utaealoable. II can be need *ttk
poaluve aantraace of doing good ta an ream whore
pain or dlaoomf ort ta anwr-.aacrd; or if weaad erMb
icSiinua Dtpthwia, Bora Throat, Bad
Boaraaaaae, BUtooa CVdic, luJU.- utioa at tba
Boweia, Stomach, Laaga, Liver. Etdurre; or with
Croop. Qntaary, Frver aad Agaa; or tth Yrornl
(la, Beatete, TV Bokurat, ToMtucbr, Earecba;
or with Lumbago. Fata la tbr Back, or tbnuuaaa;
or arltb Dtarrboaa, Cbolara M.wHu, or Dyarstory;
or with Bttroa, or Brulew; or with Stralna,
Cram pa, or Snaama. Tba a h-'ration at RADWATH
READY HELIEF e-.U car* you of lb* woret cf tboaa
oofßplaicts to a few boure.
Twenty drope te half a tnmbter at vralrr wOl la a
frw momrnU cure CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUS
STOMACH, HEVIBUHS, BIOK HEADACME.
DIAUKHIXA, DrsEVTF.IIV.COUC.WIXD IH THE
BOWELS, and aU INTERN VL FAIXS.
TrmveJe-e abou'.d a) erve carry a bottle of KAD
WAY'S READY RELIEF vttb tbem. A few drops
la uater erili fvraat ai koaw or palaa from rhaiur
at outer. It la Utter than French Brandy or B itere
as a et-ranlaot.
<4J by 9regfiats. Prlca. *0 C?nte
Perfectly toatclrwa, elegantly MM wtth sweet run,
paw. regajate, ptrKy, cleanse, and strengthen.
R4OWATO PILIA for the cum of all dlao-UrTof
the Stomach, Urr, Bowel*. lidnrm, Bladder.
Borrow Dieraaaa. H)V. Ooaatipallon. Costly*.
■"*. Udlgaeiion, Dyanejwta, Billot,enese. liilioo*
Ferer, Inflammation of the BoweAe, Piles, and all
Derail gemenia of the Internal Viacer*. Warranted
to effort a roanira ear*. Purr IT Vegetahle, contain
ing no mervarj, minerals, or deleterlon drug*.
"" Olwacre the following ariuptoma resulting
from Disorders of the D|fln O-gaue:
O-natlpatlan, luwaid IMea, Fullness of the Blood
t the Head, AoMtty of the Sto-wcb. Nausea, Heart
barn. Dlagu-t of Pood. Fulness of Weight la tha
Stomach. Boar Krurtatloos. matin* or Fluttering at
the lit of tbe Stomach, Swimming of the Head.
Harried and Dlftratt Breathing, Fluttering at the
Heart, Choking or Suffocating Seuaatlone when In a
Lying Foeture, Dlmneea of Fusion, Data or Webe be
fore the Sight. fm and Dull Pain la the Hand.
Deßrtenry of Pereptration, Yrllowueae of the dfciu
and Erse, Pain la the Side, Ob ret, I.iraba, and auddea
Plaabee of Heai. Burning iu the F.iah.
A few doaee of MIDWAY'S PILLS will free the
syetem from all the atx}re named disorders.
Price, 39 Csnti per Box. Soli by DrngytfU
Kead "FALSE AND TEUE,"
Bead one letier-stamp to HAD WAT h CO., 80. W
Warren Street, New York. Information worth
thonaandf sriii be ecnt you.
Ml Send S rente and tbe sdd-ees of flee per-
I anna and receive by malt a Seat Ufnl i hro
„ I rao, (tie Tby —a. rth St HP— and fit 1 Ln-
M n T I •truc'tore tu clrar DP a ray, Addrrsa,
Hull 1 l l'f ,t Co to s nth ft' S-. Phi la. Pa.
Has great Xauxirrtuo a< wer, uarii l r detecting
O uuteifelt Hone;. Ssodny in Cloth, forrlg sub
atanrea to 'h* Kye. in Wom.de, ate., and to examine
Inaec*a. P'oscre end II uta, to detect flaws la
Meta'i flames aof wood grain ; to decipher writ
ing otherwise tlieg'Me ; and f.r the It apron, m of
gra<u,mine ilt,tn. Cartul for eerybo.-y. rouble
Convex Lei , 11-1 Inches in t tanioter. M u ted la
leather, and can led in tbe Teat pithet. Price SO
Cent a, two fir Slt free *'T utall Auxins W a MTED.
ltlnatrated Circa are and t"rme fr. e. Adiireae
M. L HYRH P. 0. Box 4 W, New Yofk ("Ulee, Ho.
4fSa n Street, fcsatc wnere you law tbie.
HO! FOR COLORADO!
With lta glorloua climate, magntflcent scenery,
mining resources, stock growing, farming ana
health advantages. General and special informs*
ticn gtTCu tree. Aidless A. H. FATTKUOK, Fori
tfieJK PKU IUY Commissioner fll" a week
POer Ralary, and expenses. We offer it and will
pojr It Annls new. 6. Wwweee A 1*" v '""" Q.
RICH FARMING LAUDS
NOW FOR SALE_VLRY CHEAP.
Ten Yetrt Cred t. Interact Only 8 Per Cent
Send for " The Pioneer."
A hsnils'tiiie Wintre'ed itaner. ron'aiutug tbe
floatKSTran Lata A NSW NL MBIU Just publish
ed. Malls t free to all parts o the w rid.
Adiireae, O. P DAVIB,
Ltnrt rommlsatoear P. P. R R OMAHA. KXS.