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ft.. l...a ..trnnlutloii tliHti nti'v other
Is a specialty Ht our .Tob Printing OUhe
In Snyder's lllork, PH-t i . I i.l I he labial.
Hlidge Envelope. NoteHinI LelterPapei.
l'kampletn. Driler Uimks, Vn.irlieni. Tug.
mid all kind or Tie Mir, llme and Bale
IIIIIm. We do all work neat ly, cheaply awl
deeply. Io you uwl anything In I hit
line? then rail and see us, or write us a
postal ran) and we will lie at your service.
newspaper prliitnil Iq Carbon county, eon
nemieutly it 1- llio beM. medium for adver
tiser". Our news ooltlmua sparkle wltli
Iheoccittrenoesof the day oleru, splay,
interesting, bright and independent. Our
editorials are original and will be worth
reading on aroount of tholr spirit which
l Independent of outside dictation. Our
4,irlce i one dollar a year. Just you t ry It.
INDEPENDENT" "LIVE AND LET LIVE."
$i.OO a Year in Ad vane
Lohighton, Carbon County, Ponna. February 11, 1893
VOL XXI. No. 13.
Just now, aR mi innovation,
we are offering our customers i
beautiful book Shepp's Pho
tographs of the World, with
every Forty Dollar Purchase,
We would like verv much to
explain this to you.
Bed Room Suites,
Parlor Suites, "
Dining Roon( Furniture,
Are amone the gootts we
sell at very low prires.
PROF. ALEXANDER BOUDROU
BoMs Miraculous Remedies-
Llbml Minded Phytic! End or mi Them
As be in el he Grefcteftt
Discovery 01 me akc,
Posttiieen e when used
in sMiorduee to mMruc
ttom,ln disease", here
toiore so-cauea incur
able. Diphtheria. Ath
ma, uroncuiLis. ciin,
conjtestlou ot the Iudks,
the result of. sunstroke,
apoplexy and llmDs par
allzM restored to their
niiurtl condition. Spine
Sciatica, neuralKlaBtlghrs disease ot the kld
wart diseaw are enUreiy cared toy pure meal-
oce ot ray own preparing. .
nDorlnEninayeara over ItMO persons have
bail these medicines and are Uvlnfc witnesses
-i riV-i-... Tu-lllnnt irn Into tifaptlce mv.
ii l , -or. nl M.tll ull tnv
medlclDes only. I have two eminent physicians
connnected with me to attend to cJilllnc at the
rrjiuruin va -am ove -,"
From Patrick llurke.
PniLADKLrHlA, April 6, U91.
Professor Boudrou-Dear Sir-Allow me to
aend you my sincere thactu (or Uie ttood that
vour medicine done me. aud you can
Lnbilfth thli letter it you chooie. lor the Deneot
ot the sufferers. In which I will state I had m;
k.nit uniihari xnitntlnvthM (.!-.. and doctors
for tt, and was In the bosplUl alout nU weeks,
aod my hand became so swollen, and InflammS'
lion ualng place, some ot the doctors thought
a.m ha in vt m hind ammitjatra to MV
my life, but I was told by one of my friends to
ive to set m
go to trot. Iloudrou's otnee, and Rrt wmo ol h
medicine tor It, and that he knew It would ave
t ..ni ihM nri vnt th mpdleine. and lu tw
weeks the swelling all went down, and 1 had the
use ot my flngera. Then I went w nork. and
consider myaelf well, and earnestly recommend
the remedy to all amtcted like me. There Is
Dothlng In the world like it to destroy blood
i Mil . . m a aulllna- MMnlhllafM no In rnliir
tog aetsoo la the uerves, nrt circulation In the
Diooa; mere is muiuiiik uivuinDir iuiu
1703 N, 9th bU, fhlladelplna, Pa.
From Joaeptt KIrkner.
Kl Ninth Btreet, PhUadelohla, Pa.
Please allow me to add mv testimony to ymir
list. Having been aunstruck three times during
tenty years, the last time It was so bad that I
was bed last lor tour months; had the ver) best
ot doctors but was still pining away, wlthap
ieilt poor, and great pain all war me. At
tempted logo out, but could not stand the suit,
would often drop down w bile attempting to walk
tbeease was considered a very bad one; It was
Inclined to run on congenlon of the brain, was
then recommended to Prof. Boudrou's mertlelne
anil I tnaUtMniit ID ot lo hLft offlrt. 1723 N lOth
aueet, and I got the medicine and In three
wteas lima i wan aoie w uo uul uu kduiuk w
m hminMi. ihinivh nun of mi horaes died lo
the meantime from the head, fhhile I stood It.
and am able to attend to hiutneasnow. Thanks
tAfl.td aimlirhtv iLnd torrof. llnudrnu's uieat
rin arhUh 1 ulll rfMH'irnmenil fureter lo unv
poor sufterer as 1 waiwold be pleased lo have
HU) unr ran itu rw '"u" nnn".(
JJtT'MX',''m,,'' - m -
tend 3 cent Mamp for valuable nook.
rOKXER SECOXn k ALUM St.
Want everybody in Lehiphton
in huy at their st ire lieeaiwe
they have not only an ex
celleptly n90ited line
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, &c,
but because their prices are low
er than these goods can lie
nought for elsewhere in town.
We show goods with pleas-
ure, quote prices and deliver
all purchases. Don't forget,
but call and see us.
KRUM and KISTLER.
The South Enrl Jewrlpr.
DO YOU WANT
Watches, Searf Pins, Clocks,
Watch Chains. Necklnres,
Gold Pencils, Ear UinRs,
Rings, Bracelets, Silverware,
Society wnblenis, Irnteh
Ton can buy the in and rasay mars at our
Posulsr btor on l.snkssy.
lo all Its hrsaebes esrelnlly atteded I al
TDK 80tTH KND JKWLEK.
New Bee Hive,
ftp. Hfllifldy anil
Betore Stoct 'ratine
Atiythliut that we haw In any of tlie depart
menu wilt be sold at sacrificing priors hrfore
If you want to fill a room
don't neglect and take advan
tage ot this sale.
Don't buy a
till joti hare seen our stjle and price nil at
anu oetow vusi.
iress Goods, HUks Notions, Mnstins, Glua
hams, Tickln. &c everything at prires that
will astonhhjou, at
Corner 8th and Hamilton Sts.
llluse's Old Ktand.
We handle all the Daily nnrl
Weekly Newspapers, Periodi
cals! agnzines, Fashion Books
and &tory Papers, and we
Deliver them promptly nt vour
store, residence or office. Do
you get a papr ? If not please
try us. Besides the news hureau
we have a fine assortment ot
Clean. Tobacco. Confectioner?.
Fruits. Els. Toys aoi Fancy Goois,
At the very Lowest Caih Prices. Bj
fair anil honest methods anil a close
attention to business we hope to
merit your patronage, so we kindly
ask for a trial. Please call.
T. J. BHETNBY,
Dlose'sOld Stand, - First Street.
From Cheap Wanks to Fine (lilt and
Pressed Papers. Also,.Felts anil Inesaln,,
with nanrtsome JfreliM.
PUrUltK KOI) JND COVE.
readj to lann, or put up lo onler.
Paint, Oil, Varnish.
fllass, Bnihos. Talnllne and Paper
tlanElng, hv conir-etlienl snirkiuen In any
part of thecouniy .
ttooin, Stationery and Fnnej-
GootlH.'nlw.iys a lnrge stock nt
(il Broadway, Maurh Chunk.
MEDICINES, genuine and best
SOAPS, u,re nul fll't'iM'-
' WINES, R"n(' 'nr medicinal ue
CIGARS, tne ,,e8t rrm'te-
SFECTACLES, n extensive
and increasing trade. 1 guar
antee satisfaction to irery
Uonlrnl Drug Store,
Dr. C. T. HORN.' Henry Minor,
R1SUEU he Lending Pluito
gmphor. ljehighton j
Cabinet liotographs & Larger
Sizes, Views of Hesidimces
in town nnd county at the very!
NllHTIt FIHwT STBKfT,
wltwe also oau be foslnd a
Fltse Uu of rtne tlrocMies,
Fruits, Cnmllss, Oreea Vf
fatblsa lo season. Ac , at t be vary
Lowest Prices Prompt stten
tloo aud good goods
aarALL AND SEE US. JeSl bUis pnmtsd hp.a
Postal & Business Cards
W. M. Rapsher,
VTTORNEY aud OOUNSELbOR AT LAW,
First door almie the Mansion Ilmm.
MA00I1 CHUNK, - . - r-ENN-A
11...1 tr.tBti. anil .'nttM-Hon Aorenrv. Will HlIT
.nd Hell Ileal Kstate. Conveyances ncstly ilone. E?
ellectioiis promptly made. Hettllng Mates pi ul
ueeeuenis a .wm
May be corsnited In
172 Main Street, Hath, Ta.
it fiAxnoa. HeoaiwAv iintrnK, Honda yb,
ATHASll'K.SWAV llirrM, TUIWKAV". i
AT URTIILKHKM, HI'N lltURU WKIINW.PAVR.
J Al.lKNTWK,llKliraMIIl,TIII KSIIAlf 1
Vi BATH.PRinoriAxmwriimta '
Oftlre Honrs l'nim n. m. In 4 p. in. rraotle
Imllwl to diseases t Hie
Eye.Ear, Nose & Throat
tar-ANo, KHmrtlmiortlie Km or the jidjtut
F. I. SMim D. D. S.,
omci' opN.slle Hie 0sra lions.'
Hank Street, Mi ;! ton. F'a.
DKN'TISTIIV IN Al.l. ITS IlllANfllKS)
nlllnn and inaklmt artlllrlal dentures a slal-
Has admlnlslered and Teelh Kxtreried WITH
HKKICE HOt'llS: From 8 . m., 10 12 m rrom
I o. m., to Bp. in.,Irom7 p. in., to 8 p. in.
Consultations In KiiieIIsIi or Herman
Olfli-6 Honrs at llarletow Kverv iwturdtv.
linANCit omen i-Ovur J. W .taudrnlm.h'
BANK STRF.KT. LEIIIOHTON
iitlslrv In all Its hrnncliM. TmIIi Exlractwl
ltlioutl'aln. (las udmlnlstrrfdwlien requested.
Offloe Days-WKIINllSIIAVof each ffk.
THE CARBON HOUSE,
Henry Drumbore, Prop'r,
FinST STItF.KT, I.EHIUIITON, TF.NN'A
The Carbon House lias been rftmvatod and
mpro.ed throuRlmit; It Is eleyrlp Hunted and
Hfllt mutated, and Is anions tlie llest Hotels In
tills sectional the Mate. Tne patronaie ot the
public is solicited. Hest" acuommodatlons tor
irmanent and transient custom, rnarees ,-erj
iim.ierate. I'lne l.iatiors.Frrsh lleer and rortei
anil llood Cigars, tor sale at the liar.
The Leading Ilestaurant In the Lehigh
I.IOX II A I.I. HITILIUXO.
s. k. cor. ALLENTOWN.
CIIA8. A. IIOWMAN, rrup.
This ropular Restaurant has been thorough!)
refit UmI anU refurnKhetl, anil the Kueral au-cimi
niodallnnn are of a auperlor and Inviting charac
ter. All the .lellrarlenf the aennon serveil Ul
inotlerate rates, rheharlsuppllwl wlthnone
imt uie pesi Dranoi 01 hium, i.iquurs, ai-s
(?lt:rs, t to.
IjAitlea' Dining Itoom In the ftear.
Liver tf awl Exchange Stables.
Kaiy riding carriages and mi? drhlnc horses
let uojtiinnioiiatiOiH to age ntidvlere..rt
Mall and telegraph orders proinptlv attended In
tllve me a trial. nujrn-ly
(luaranteed full Length,
The very best Shingle In the 'Market,
RICKERT & SNYDER
TOR StLE IN WEISSPORT BT
J. K. RICKERT,
All Kinds of Building Lumber
freinlit. BascaiEB aid Parcels
lli:l.l KKUll AY
John F. Hottenstein.
Careful attention palil to tbe Deliver? of
freight, luggage anil Parrels to all parts
of town at the lowest pi Ices. .A share of
public pattouage is respectfully tnllrlteo.
jyle orders at Sweeny's, Koch's
opposite Post Ofllce,
every day of the week
an.t promptly aueniieii to.
Family Washing done at very reasonable
t-'rrct Strwt, leHtlhlmi. jwi will alwai flHd
BREAD AND CAKES.
Rye, Wheat and Vienna Bread
Kresb Every Pay. Our Vienna Itreaa cannot
he excelled. We respectfully solicit )onr patron
swe. Watch for the Wagon.
Soidol's Vienna Bakery,
Opi.OIert's. FIIHT ST.. LBIIIOHTON. PA
Tbe uaAlvraUned tuivintt been restored Hi
health by simple meant, alter tuner nig fortlov
rwl ettrt Uu a setete lung aUta-tlmi, ttutl tH(
uftwu uiHtur i4i d a u win ion, in aimou in ma.
known to hU fHlu uiiiTf m U) meana od'iire.i
TitUoewtm delrlt,he Mil rlteertully semi
Urrttotcliars) a vony ol the trfacrtitluuused.
niuiMiMire cure tor Cnauni
tlun, Aatiiinm, Itronchltla and all thnwil antl
luac Halkuli. He I14MMM rII u8.rr will rrv
lita r4wed . wt It I luvahiabU. Tlioe drirlnic
Uie tireai-ritlmi. which will eot the in nothlaft,
aati na) roT a bhttnic. i4en4 adilrauM,
Itov. KinVAIt!) A. WIUSON', Biookljn,
N"ew York. apr. JW, ttt-7y.
WiNnnw and 1)ooh Frames,
AND IIRAI.RK IK
&11 Kinds of Dressed Lumter
Hsuiilock ljumlier, &C..&C.
Very Lowest Prices.
, THE GREAT
TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
P1IUR BlTTFBS Will
Cleannc the tinntoctfTI
iloodjLlicn yon set I I
t rFTLr1tlM burst III
mirthroiiirh the skin I I
it will rureynu,
UperaU. on w t.o an P" " "X" ".'liJ
aaaaaxaiaaaa'Vu ... .
lint Aorva. IEpIt ouLI
the milts anl work
ifinsl hlth win frtl w
shops; clerk s.w ho do
not prororo siifttolent
exercise, and all who
areconflneil In doors
hvlllcnre LlrerCom Ul
uninu iom oe (lis ill
onraged. It will cure W
hULTHIin UlTTKR. IT!
not then lw weak ami
will han't you up and I I
atism, use a bottle ofl!
inrtKe you strong uu
tt never fslls lot-m-e
lHia t te without a
3slll mVann.l,ln.l if"
Hue. ITT it I
pure, rich and strong,'
will not regret It
inn your nesn nara.
LaUies In Uvlicatr
li-r bL'LPiit'H Hit
hCAiui. who are ar
rERS to-nteht. and
run down, should usr
you will sleep well
.inn iK'ner jnr 1 1.
lloTOUwsnttno best Alodtcnl Work onbllshedr
Rend 3 -rent stsmps to A. 1. Ordwai A Co
Hoston, Mass., and receive a copr free.
For ConnlySnpcriutenuenloIPnlilic School
H. G. KIDD,
Principal of. Packerton Schools,
a graduate of West Chester
Normal School, with thirteen
years' experience in teaching.
The undersigned will lie a candldntu
for Supervisor of MahnnliiK Township,
at the spring election.
In Grent Variety at
'' opular Store, Bank Street.
Hoofing and Spoutinfja apecia'
ty. Stove repairs furnished
s on ehort notice
DO YOU WEAR PANTS?
If you do, you want a Rood
fit, Latest Style and first.
Leave your order with Fry
DO YOU WEAR A COAT?
Vou ant a perfect lit. You
want good Goods, l ou want
a well made and stylish look
heave your order with Frey
For the present we will carry
a full line of samples ot season
able goods from which you can
select. Our prices will be the
ver' low est and in all cases we
will guarantee satisfaction. e
solicit your patronage.
On. trie ltoiilnt Home. - i North First Street
MRS. ANN Hi M COPELAND
TO ANY PERSON, WHO WILL PROVE ANY
PORTION OF THE FOUOYflNS
STATEMENT UNTRUE I
Peabody, Mass., Electrified!
A REAL MIRACLE IN OUR UIDST !
Onlr Skeleton, weighing IS
lbs., now a picture ol health
weighing 130 lb!t
Tim case ot- Mr. Asixn: M Copht
land, wifk or Otis W CopvtxssD.
No. 33 Warrrn Sr . I'eabodv. Mass ,
IS KNOWN TO THOCSAVOS AS "tllO
Peabody SIlnicle" 1'rom the
very nrms of di-ntli to ierfoet
hcnltli is a wonilerful transi
tion. Listen to her story
One yesr ago last M st 1 was UVen s 0111
IUur, snd esery dsy I grew tersiul
weaker, aw. iiw son.inng .priw iu.ieiMwi
in frciusney and duration, until I ftouel
vomit from B lo lO llonrM eer
twenty-four eould not retain any fol
lliion my stomach Masrsuidl) reiluuodiu
ne.li from 100 lb., lo 13 11.
My huslsuid coukl clasp wlih Ibuuli sud
ftaaer clear around mysnaslai.e niy el
bow. I suffered terribly with extreme
Conttlustlon. We employed lite tilt'
I Cerent lhylelnii, but I Ley
1 Kie sue no relief. Ooe i err prone
rusat rhysMsn Pld lay huslsuid Nov. 1st.
! snd every one uf mv friend tbouirl.t as
told the truth.
One Blifkt, tbe first ef Jsnusrs . l u I
Ual SB esirsoisiy Ban, stieii u. iuiiuhuk
bsvtug VOMITED from Il30 to 0U0
without esaalng, snd my frionJs expecting
It wm my lust ulgut ou earth
my husbsod teeug one of your trnu
tesllmonisls Id the .Vnfens .Netee, sent a
nun to the Druwbta for a bottle of IA
SA'85 HAlbAPAnil.l.A. ll.iol.ad.ae;
In s fw miautes. Uirew It up: siu-d s
Mule sod look another, sll.l not soiutt
gain lor four sly lb. a Klop
peU entirely. Kepi rlbi .m lakliiii
It sseonUag to llrv.lUu. .ll diluted
wtthwalsr. M a.rtlle luerrisaefl
Conhlltlou eeswesl. I (rs'ied
rmpidi). I oau uow est anyUsbu; I ..i.li.
wijiuii lito LbkL,
Eujo) lift, snd Bi oal) thin thai worries
m- U, that I nut. yn. loo llesbi . l-ui llial
deu't worry uw uueii.
BM IswstWHt U.. ResVM Hsiss.
A SLUMBER BONO.
Eleep, oh, sleep, niy lambs awearyl
AblulDC Mtnltfftms all are nVr.
Tfs the lime wlirn little cblMren
Rail away tt flturabvr shore.
GIMittg, glMIuic to Iha mti4e
Of a tet-Mer lullsbr
(lently drift the little children
Whsn the tlsrs rvm out on high.
Oh, Ihe lovely flowers that open
Right across Ihe ftramber seal
Float awar, my birds that twltlrr,
Fur the dreanuhtp watts for ye.
fluff I r to the awaylng graKses
Full the gracious drops st dew.
Yet more sttftly at the gloaming
Ok the balrnle's ) of bine.
A WITCH STORY.
Tim story I am' nmt to tll ou Is cn-
rim liRTins: Ih-ph tolu hy hu old col
oretl wonmn of VinxiuUi n flve "bpforo
tlie wor." iul one) w ho ran neither read
Ye.ira nffo th'w Ifrod in Virginia a
pntl fii mil mttiiMil ATi'lvin wlio wha crronf.
y resiwctrtl liynllwlio knew him. He
wm rich; he war kindly; he hnd the
(rood wiliea i.f all his neighbora; he woa
an excellent nioalcr and a good friend.
Ho owned it great deal of real estate,
wd among it wa the nueet mill prop
erty in the county. It was known a
Mc Kin's grist mill, and was very valu-
fcl)le. Hh itlwaya kept a miller there.
and of course the miller had hitmen.
anil n tlirivmjr liiisinew wbs carrie.1 on
for yenrs. Jlcanwliile Jlr. Mi-Kin re
mained a liachelor mid lived in the old
family tunnsion with hia mother and
sisters until the former died and the lat
ter married, mid neoplehean to say that
pw no doulit Mihin himself wonld
However, neitlier mala nor widow of
the place could flatter herself that the
bachelor's attention!, were -'particular."
He lived alone with his lante retinue of
servants foraar, and at laat aston
ished his friends by mart? inn; a lady who
was an utter stranger to every one, a
very lieantitul yonni; woman who hail
golden hair, great black eyes, a skin like
cream and a brown mole on ker left
De irave a great suppor to introduce
her, and she wnwidmired by all. Her
dress was eiqnilte. She sparkled with
jewelry, and a magnificent cluster ring
which she wore on the middle hnger or
the riKlit li.ind attrActeti nuicli atten
tion. It was, like all the rest, a gift
from Jlr. McKin.
The host did his liest. The Bnpper was
delightful; there was a band of music
from llichtnoncl; there were roses every
where. Mr. McKin bad tried to make
to make the affair a splendid one, but
when it was over the gnests began to ac
knowledge to one another that they were
disappointed, why they conld not say
Perhaps Mrs. .McKin was cold in her
manner. Some people could not help
being that. But they bad not been hap
py, and in old rimes every one had en
joyed themselves so much at tle Mo-
Then some one hinted that the house
servants did not like their new lady, and
liked still less her foreign maid, little
and dark and withered as an old,monkev,
'Ko. old Phcobe, the cook, had salu
to some one, "we all don't like madaxne's
maid we all don't like her. We got no
right to talk about de madame nohow.
But mailaine s maid, she jes' a nigger,
same as de rest, and we all reckon she
mighty enr'ns mighty enr'ns,
The day after the party was itnrday.
Mrs. McKin professed herself weary
and remained in bed ontu supper time.
Sunday morning, however, she rose. As
sbo was eating breakfast her unsoanu
spoke of the hour,
We shall have to make some haste,
my dear," be said, "in order to be at
cbnrcb in season.
It was some time before bis wife an
swered him; thi'U she said!
"I will not go to church today,'
"I am very anxious that sou should,
my dear," Mr. McKin said. "It will lie
expected of us."
"Yon can go alone," she answered
"Alone, the first Sabbath after my
marriage!" he cried. "Oh, my dear, im
possible! See what I liave bought for
yon for the occasion." And he took
from a table a small parcel, unfolded it
and banded to Mrs. McKin a beautiful
little prayer book lionnd in bine velvet,
with silver cLisps, and her name on the
corner In silver letters' As he placed It
before her she uttered a low cry and
fainted away. The maid rushed to her
and they carried her to her room, where
thenceforward she remained. From that
moment Mr. Mi-Kin's beautiful young
wife seemed to be bedridden. She never
left her pillow, Mr. McKin consulted
the most celebrated physicians. None of
them could discover what ailed her. Her
maid nursed her continually. Mr. Mc
Kin was not euconraged to enter the
room: be always made his wife a bead
ache when he spoke to her. Finally he
contented himself with a brief call of ln
nuirv even- morning. Jle was a very
nnhappy man, more unhappy than in his
Old Pha-lie began to tell strauge sto
ries to her friend, the housekeeper at the
"Marsy Jack mighty nigh done broke
his heart," the wonld say. "I'm mighty
lorry for Jack, but we all jes despises de
madiun. She sick in lied all day. but
in de lifht I reckon she mighty well-r-yes'in.
she mighty well dun, and she get
np aud dress shnelf and eat a big snp
per and go out ob de do. Yea'm, she do.
And dat little chipmunk of a maid she
go along wid her, and dey done come
back jes' befo' sun up. Yea'm, we all
knows dat tie llbin tnitr,
Why dou't you tell your Marse JackT"
tbe housekeeper asked.
Dere aint nobody -dart tell dat yar
to Man-e Jack ilcKin,'
And nobody did dare. But soon it was
wbisperel-vrywberei that Mrs. McKin
had a lover whom she went to meet in
the pine woods at midnight.
Bnt there was something else that Mr.
Jack McKin was to hear shortly. There
was tniubte at hia mill, and tlie tronble
was of it suiieniatnral sort tlie miller
arid bis jiua. bud seeu a gliost.
One by one the men bad been fright
ened away, and tbe miller was alone at
bis post. At last be came up tn the Mo-
Kin mansion one day and resigned his
j roilleTship. lie was reluctant to give Ids
I reasons, but finally did so. The gboets
1 there were two of them manifested
themuslves everj- night. Tliey were not
to be frightrneil away, aud did mischief
tn the grain and set fire to the mill tn
I various places, though be had always
, ionrei ine rutiie-s m rune
to put them out
Now they tlut-uteued to kill him if be
was not out iu three days.
"I am aimued to bear such a story
from a white iuau of iiitelligence," was
Jack JfolSn's comment on the tale.
Somo one is evidently trying to fright-
j eu you away. Remain, and on the night
tliev threete.1 to t1ce vonr life the sberiil
I and Ids u.en shall be with you." The huU are built ol mnil and mat
' Finally the uuUer returned to the mill I ting aud are quadrangular iu shape. The
! and at dusk ou the third day was seen center is an open courtyard, at one etui
1 alive and well by people who came with i of which is the apartment of the bead of
' grot. Wheu the sheriff and bis men 1 the hoo, while the wives ami family
' os me stealthily through the woods an are acoonimorUted in usher rooms on tie
i hour later the mill was perfectly dark, right and left of the courtyard. There
I Tbey lighted tbeir lanterns and went U no furniture or ornament, aud but a
through l. railing the miller by name, few household utensils and weapons.
but receiving no answer, until they 1 All the Year Rnu'id,
found him iu bis own room lying on bis
face, a pistol in his band, an overturned
1 lamp beside biui. dead. He had been
shot threngh the heart. There was no
Uvinjc buaiaii being lu the old mill, and
for a long while nobody went near it.
At laet people began to say tnat Wm mu
, 1st hedetmt himself by accident and that
the negroes bad frightened ium. An
other miller applied for the place and
I rtmnlntil three dan In feot, to eat a
i imx imi, mt $m
who dared to brave me warning that the
ghost gave them all was found dead, as
the first one had been.
The mill was soon spoken of as haunt
ed by every one. No one would work
there, and finally Mr. McKin closed it,
and it was left to itself and to the ghost.
All this while Mine. McKin remained
an alleged invalid, shut in her room all
day, watched by her maid and talked
of in whispers by her servants.
No one believed McKin's mill would
ever run again, but one day a tall, strong,
broad shouldered yonng fellow walked
up the steps of the McKin mansion,
asked to see the master, and begged to
be allowed to take' charge of the grist
'Tve heard the story," he said, as Mr.
McKin liegan to explain. "I don't be
lieve in ghosts, and they can't scare me
anyway. I'm In hard luck, and I'm a
good miller. Trust me and your mill
shall vork letter than ever. You'll do
me a service, snd I'll do you one."
In vain Mr. McKin set before him the
tact that two millers had been already
killed therein the hauuted mill. The
young giant declared that he should not
be, and finally the gentleman engaged
The mill was opened and tbe miller
set to work. He took with him into the
mill a Bible, a revolver and a large,
For the first two nights he saw noth
ing, but heard noises like the falling of
heavy millstones npon the floor above
and feet upon the Btalrs. He had ex
pected something like this and remained
in his room reading his Bible by the
light or a shaded lamp.
On the third night, having beard the
same poises and quietly disregarded
them, his door was dashed open and a
hideous form entered. It was something
between a woman and a great bird of
prey, it wore fluttering white robes.
and had instead of hands great black
claws. It floated toward him through
the nir, and behind it came another like
unto it, but smaller.
Tlie first creature swooiied downward
and made a clutch at the lamp. As it
did so he snatched his revolver from his
belt and fired, emptying all the cham
bers. The strange beings vanished with
a wild shriek, but in a moment they en
tered again. This time the largest one
made a furious clutch at the lamp. As
she did so he lifted his ax above hi
head, and with one blow severed the
hideous black claw Jrom what looked
like a shriveled human arm; then he
hurled his Bible at the head pf the
smaller fiend. Instantly screams, oaths
and horrible enrsr-s filled the air. Tl;
strange beings' vanished and silence
The black claw dropped to the table.
It was such a hideons sight that the mil
ler covered it with a cloth, that he might 1
not see it. He kept watch all the night,
and early in the morning Mr. McKin,
who had la-en told that firing had been
hoard in th mill, came to make Inrjuir.
les. Tlie miller told Ids tale, and Mr.
McKin complimented hftn on his bra
very. Of coursedie was desirous of see
ing the amputated claw, ami tho miller
proudly drew away the cloth. Behold!
there lay upon tlie tablo, not a claw, but
a woman s lieauuinl hand anglit hand,
on the middle finger of wluch gleamed a
splendid cluster diamond ring. At the
sight of this horror seized the miller,
and Mr. McKin seemed about to die. He
knew the hand; he knew the ring. Then,
without a word, he walked out of the
mill and homeward and into his wife's
chamber. She was in her bed, aa nsnal.
The maid, pale, and with a great bruise
npon her forehead, inleroaeJ to prevent
"Madame is very ill," she said.
"Ont of my way, woman!" he cried
and pushed her aside. s
Then, bending over his wife's lied, bnt
without his usual show of tenderness, he
"Show me your liand."
She thrust forth her left one.
"The other," he said.
She uttered a scream and turned down
the counlerikine, but there was none to
show only n bandaged stump, from
wliich the lt-ind had been severed.
The next morning the whole village
was in v ild excitement, for Jack Mc
Kin, whoni they all knew ond loved so
well, had gone to the graveyard and
there shot lijuiMlf through the heart be
side his mother i.Tave. Aud the serv
ants had told their talc and the miller
his, and there was the lady's hand, with
the rimr upon it. to be seen by all.
"Bum the wretches." a man cried, and
a band of men. lmth black and whlto,
bore down uikmi the Mi-Kin mansion.
They entered tin- door and marched np
the stairs and into nudaines room, but
thero was no one there. Nolsnly jiad
seen the two women dep-irt, but they
were cone and were, never seen again.
aud since that tune m, fool has ever en
tered the old mill and it lias slowly fall
en into douo .
The lady s hand, however. Is still pre
served In spirits in the town hall, aud
the old negro who acts the part of watch
man declures that at midnight It always
change to a lddeous black claw. How.
ever, no one else ever witnessed this
transformation. Mary Kyle Dallas in
t iresiue ipmpamon.
Anuoi Hi. tfs.
Bags full of ro-. lskets heavy with
rose, carta laden with roses; roses, roses.
a feast of rue, a surfeit of roses, it that
is poesible. Tlie women stick rosea in
their long, braided hair, the men in tbeir
belts, the children pull them ana play
with them and leave them on the road to
There is nteeleaf iam to eat Verv
tndi and sweet it is and there i rose-
1 leaf sirup to driuk. Bvety vae and ve-s-
; gel u full of roses: they drop on you
' ..... 1
irwm UIIJAX Its. I'mcrsi It.cai uuiaucn
ot bright pink beads 1) ing 011 the ground 1
admonish you as jou walk; you can
make a bed ot them It 011 will; go to the
granary r-ary, I suppose it should be
called and there you will find as soft
and sweet a coiuh as was ever laid in
tbe "Arabian Nights" for eastern princes
to dream upon.
This is bow it came about th-.t I saw
such a multiplicity of ruee. We ful
filled a long cherished scheme aud went
1 t0 Ketanlik, tbe Valley ot KoseS. in the
Balkaus. once the famouse rose garden
of Turkey. Blackwood's Magaiine.
Tlie Ibos on 111 Mctr.
Ivorv anklets. Xfteu verr htavv. are
0niv worn bv the Ibo women of wealth
, anj imp.irt.iuce, but the metal anklets
, orn by others may be msny pounds in
j weight, and wnne of tlwin wear huge
brass nUtes. i rlwix a toot iu diameter,
which, once riled to tbe ankles, are never
, removed. The men wear a single strip
0f ootton cloth, but Uhmh who come
i nioch in contact with the Euroiwans are
now learnuy to wear trousers. Their
weapons are ruuuocas, now ana spears
the hitter both for hurling ami thrust-
1'wllleees sad RenL
an inquiriug person in a New York eoe-
Kent house to interrog-le the .residents
iiLiu.,!i.i.. usno.l Old Hen It a Ue. eold.
eeede upward, he will get short answers
and little utUf action. Tbe Uij. floor tea
sou pay the ssnaUest rent. Mew York
A Typlrsl Nni.lellefr.
"Ds? I Wlieve in sinis and luck, and
nperstitions and all that blooming non
tense? Of course not,' said fat and jolly
Henry ThoTObnnsh at Hurst's hotel to
group of philosophers. "I have some
sort of respect for the people whose su
perstition Is a i-nligion The Ugyptiaut,
who worshiped the dog and rat and even
the crocodile; the Koiuaus. who put their
faith in divination and nrai,lett and ma
gical powers of amulets; theOreeks, who
deified bees aud ants; even the niyslerw
and absurdities of astrology and alchemy
all have my sympathies and t lst re
"But the horrors of the dreadful figure
18 and the fears some jienple hare of
niAkins one of that number; the rpfawl t
to start a journey or iimlertalciiitf on
Fridays all sort of slmstn and tectra)
.waniiiiR, with second night, etc.. hnve
my supreme contempt. I have, known
men to shudder upon weinit tworua
pitw at the mniv time: n friend of mine
left my tabln not long ago oiiuee ono
of my children spilled some ,salt white,
moving hia plate; ouh of the firm in our
house would rather sutler fim and Un
prisonment than to put on his left shoe
first wheu he gets up in the morning.
And in most respects these people are all
"Stopl Don't walk in front of tne:
there's a pinou the floor right limn with
it head toward me. You say what of
It? Why, dont you know it is a sign
that What' that? Rupewtitiou? Oh,
well, you know there are some thinff
Well, all right. Shut up! What'll you
have? St. html Glotie-Democrat.
A nftUrvjMl That PTr Cunie.
An old neighbor of the OouMs ut llox
bury, Delaware county, toll a story
about th millionaire! visit to his old
home In ths midst of one of his busiest
Jay and I wai always goosl frieuds,
said the old man. Mwhich is nmre'n I
can say for him and mot of the other
folks here. You see, old John OoulA
married my sister fur hl second wife,
and there was always more or less of a
family feeling between the Gould and
ui. Says I to Jayi 'Why don't you come
and see us once iu awhile? You're al
ways going to get the beat we ht e, yo
T.T ...i.i ...ti.(n tsr i .
wavs' bavin season with him and
couldn't spare the time. There wasn't
anythin he'd like as much as to visit np
here, for he liked the old folks, he said.
He asked tne how I'd like to go down to
York. I said farming was not so good
as it was and money was mighty scarce.
He said that was all right, an then lift
fumbled around his pockets for some
thing, but it was not there. He ex
plained that be thought he had bis book
with him, so that he conld give me a
pass for myi.elf and my wife down to
York, but he must have forgotten it and
left it r.t home. He said lieM send the
pass to me; but if he sent it some other
one must bare got it, for I never did, 1
was a-speakiu 'bout it aftenvard down
at the hotel, and the boys said it was
most likely Jay Gould never sent it.
One thing anyhow I'm certain of that
is, sf be bad that air liook with him that
time we met he'd a writ out that air
pass." New York World.
Getting- the Most Out of th Hers.
Hie art of getting the most out of
horse Jlesh on tlie line of march is one
which needs study and pi actios to every
whit the same extent as do race riding
or the haute ecole, and therefore feat
of endurance should form part of an of
ficer's education as well as those upon
the tan or between the flags.
To cover many miles with success a
man must, first of all, stndy his own
condition, and while he makes his
charger fit must not forget to render
himself so too. He should carefully
watch how his mrse takes its food and
vary the amount of it. tlie time of feed-
ing and the nature ot forage, so as to
iusure that the aiilimil derives trie max
imum amount of lienefit from the nour
ishment it takes.
Then he should endeavor by experi
ment to discover the jwee which snits
its conformation best and the mostju
dlclons manner of varying it, so as to
afford relief to the muscles anrt yet get
over the ground.
The particular iwt) that best snits tbe
animal having been arrived at, It should
be trained to go at that pace evenly aud
methodically aud with the regularity of
machine. Aud care should be taken
never to stretch the liow to the utmost,
or the subsequent reaction will more
than counterbalance the present gain.
London Saturday Review.
HrasengsrB of Convrr.stlen.
"Deliver me from what some anthor
has called the 'scavengers nf ilsily con
versstion,' who gather np the iitersry
refuse ou every side tn offend the intel
lectual nostrils of the thoughtful." And
Colonel Marcns Bsnermann stretched
himself in his chair and proceeded to ex
plain. "A dude with a thimbleful of
brains won a basket of cliampsgne from
m on the bet t hat q-n-l-r-e meaut a baud
of singers which it does, thongh c-h-o-l-r
la anothsr way of spelling it and ten
minutes af terwsrd a street oar cond actor
used the word 'transput' for 'persplra'
and won a box of cigars from me on that
"Tbe latest Is the case of a drummer
for a Boston shoe bonis, who is sixty
years old it he Is a day, and whose gray
hairs ought to indicate some faint
gleams of intelligence, and yet who so
berly asked me the pronunciation aud
meaning of the word 'bao-kao-ha,' and
when I told him I did not know coolly
aid it was prunonnced 'backache, and
meant a pain In ths.bsck. Of enurss
such people are afflicted with iiaresisr
bnt oughtn't they to bs restrained iu
Mme ,Vav"-St. Lonls Globe-Democrat
"Thrss" la Mjlholctr.
In mythology we find the three (8) occu
pying even a more tionoraou pi see man
th. railed "uiytbioal No. 7." Ther.
wr- tl,. Tl.re- Oeuces. Cerebus with his
.1 v.,...,.,. i,..!,!!.,, hia ,h
:.:r. r 7 rr.
Muses, which are made npof three threes,
and the third wave, which was thought
to bring death and destruction to every
thing iu its path. In nature we have
morning, noon and night; fish, flsh and
fowL Hundreds of trees, viues and
II.. ....... i i.i..,..
grasses bare their leaves and blades set
in groups of three. ot. uuis iiepnunc
I Looking ro.tss stamp.
I The postage stamps of China are queer
looking spes'iuieiM witli their wriggling,
era.wuug .irs.ou ia,n-oM ..j
Ths Turkish sumi are o.nite pretty
and are nearly all adorned by tbe crsa
cent and star. The siainja of Paraguay
nresent a fine amiesrauue. the main de
sign being a lion supporting a a.le whhdi
Is surmounte.1 by a lilaity cap. The
stamps ot Kuglsnd have undeigone few-
er obanges tbsu any oilier couuiry ana
have sunernl no una eg. wnoierer in tne
main desigu, tberMtftrait of toe ijneeiL.-
Obw Mete Journal.
Uull m llell.f.
IIuabsDd What do you do when you
hit your thumb with a h4uuer? You
Wife No. bnt I can think wilh sll
my might aud weiu whet a perfectly
horrid, raeau, iuconeiderale, selhsh
V...,. vnB . m in. I i . drive ln Ball
,, . ,,-.1.,-
D Hh., h .
OM Rousier-Hub! Jaw like yon fe-
Btales. Quiok as u geU ooei euoufa for
IB to erew wtthoat gettast talo a per-
tjtrattca y Utug . Uow tw.
An Interested 8eUlor Wli Ti.nk a re
llllral xtory In Io.m1 FkIIIi. .
Tlie most enrions person in tho audi- '
ence of n story teller is tlie literal minded j
man. When Orneral l)ix ran for gov- 1
ernor there was great discussion as to
his ago. It"wasoneof the coiiiinversies
of the canvass. His opimeuts claimed
that he was ton old to fulfill the functions
of the office. Singularly enough, the '
biographical dii tionaries differed about
ten 3 ears. I was making a speech at i
Watertoivn to a very big audience. I !
was running at that time as a lllwrnl
Republican for lieutenant governor npon i
the same ticket with Francis hernan. It.
Wfld hti iinmMiAp rm Mi nir nmlipni In
front of me MmM a man who watched i
me during the three htniM of that siwwli
for the purHse of catching me on some
I finally took tip tlie question of Oen
eral DU's age, gave the dates of th va
rious biographical dictionaries and en
cyclopedia, and bad h theory on how
old he must hare been in thewarnf 1812,
where he was a Uentenant. and itnallr
said that the only re.dly authentic data
had been revealed by some recent rtvf
searches in the colnuUl records of Mas
sachusetts. It had 1een discovered that
when the pilgrim fathers landed on Ply
mouth rock they found General Dix
standing on that historic sot and shout
lug that unless they made him a juticn
of the peace he would go over and join t
Tn,1t.i. !,, nrUlMU s..
uv .t..(.n..n, , vi nmvi, r(i" mik
the general had changed his politics sev
eral times, and every timeliegot an ofllce.
My critical friend saw Ids opportunity
and grasped It at once. He sprang up
with a shout that could be beard to the
Cfliia4lian border, "Mr. Depew, that Is a
liar Hooked at him for a moment tn
. . . . . . " " .
seewneinerne nau swauowea tne Datt.
and found that he had taken it in hook
ii i. v. iii. t j it
ana line, bob anl sinker, whole and all.
Then I stepped to the front of the plat-
form and said with great emphasis and
indignation, "Sir, I have told that his-
torlo anecdote, from Montauk point to
Niagara falls, to hunareds of thonsands j
nf thA Intelligent mill e.lnejlte.1 rannlA nf I
or me lnreingeni aua euutaiei people 01 I
this great commonwealtli, ami yon are
tbe only man wlio ever bad the nwlnrity
to deny It." '
It atn r tme Ate Tletw.tv H lia mna.l. '
"JWMwe that happencij more than
250 years ago." I was told when in
Watertown last fall that although this
happened in 18.2 that man had never
been able to come into town since.
Chauncey II. Depew in New York
The W.Terlf OaVt.
Tlie great oaks at Waverly, Mass., ore
survivals of an oak forest that must
have existed in that region, according to
the geologists and students nf trees, as
far back as the Tenth centnry. They
bear overy evidenee'of great age, ami an
elm tree ill the neigborhood, now almost
dismantled, with its great limbs lying
on the ground and nearly nil of Its
branches decayed, Is the most venerable
object in the line of trees that can prob
ably be displayed in New England. It
is well worth a visit to Waverly just to
see this venerable elm. It Is immense in
the size of its. trunk, and its dignity in
decay is very impressive. Tlie dozen
oak trees In the neighborhood are of tbe
sort that attain n very great age aud
that maintain their virility unimpaired.
We know of only one other oak tree
in New England that can be compared
with them. Hut is located in Ipswich,
and is larger nnd moro venerable appar
ently than any of the Waverly oaks,
aud that and tlie w averly oaks, we are
glad to kuow, have been inspected by
the state patk commissioners nnd are
likely to be preserved
It Is worth one's 1
while to see and study these majestic
oaks. They are seen to great advantage
In the winter, when their rugged limbs
are bare and their immense strength is
revealed, and in r-uiumer, when theyaro
covered wilh foliage, they are object of
wonderful lieauty. Boston Herald.
Tlie rnelrjr of fthepploc
Tlie jsietry of shopping comes in with
those shopiers who aro starved for ex
citement, variety and lieanty at home.
It is not lawful; they ha a no right to do
it: but they have no society to satisfy a
"hunger for the beautiful with jewels
aud hue dresses on others if .not 011
themselves. They oalinot afford the
theaters; they go to the. shop... They
look at the lai-es and long; tliey
go to the embroidery i-ouub-rs and
fancy! they ediy.ito themselves in tbe
matter ot India shawls: they seek the
sllkrooiii, brilliant with gas lights and
electric light, and look at brocades fit
for the court of a princess, at silks whose
flamboyant scarlets burn in the illumi
nation, whost tender blue is the blue of
spring skies half robbed of rain, whose
green is the breaking wave of theses,
whose violet is the line of mountains far
away in autumn mists, and they picture
themselves or those they lovo robed and
radiant in these tissues. And if the poor
shopman is weary when they go away.
thev themselveH are retreli.i ror a long
season of further denial and renuncia
tion. Harper's Bazar.
A Sledlrsl lie. Lion In 111.1.
In 115 a cellar digger having been
stifled at Jena, the medical faculty of
the university decided that the cause
was not the direct action of the devil,
but a deadly gas. Thereniion Professor
Loescher, of the University of Witten
berg, entered a solemn protest, declaring
that he decision of the medical faculty
was "only a proof of the lamentable li
cense which has so taken possession of
us, and which if we are not earnestly on
our guard will finally turn away rrom
nsthe blessing of God." Dr. Andrew
D. White in Topular Science Monthly.
Btnall Boy Mamma wants you to send
her up two barrels of those apples she
was lor.kiu at.
' , ,.; . ,.
. ""T. uldn t OU pour the
rels into one big barrel
utm what frr
"Then she couldn't get it through the
door of tlie lock closet." Hood News.
A Coiupari.sn f lllrth hates.
There are 8U.0O0.U00 penjile in Franco,
, and ,jurjne the last five years the In-
,..i .... ti tat .
" . . -7 '.
crease in poiHiiauui. um uiwj
000. In M departments out of a toUl of
8S there is actually a diminution. It is
not due to any high average of deaths,
although infant mortality Is higher than
It should be. II Is due to the small num
ber of children born. Tbe average birth
fate has fallen to lil or 23 per 1.Q00 in
habitants. This is n phenomenally low
rate when contrasted with SS to SO In
Germany. Si or SO in Italy, 83 iu Eng
land and 30 in SwitierlumL Tbe per-
i cectage is lower iu Franco than in any
I other eouutiy; so that tliere is a rapid
Uicrea.e in rival countries and France
; remains stationary. Chicago lleralo.
A Motsmtst to Loyala.
Ignett us Loyola's' fnUowers liave ereet
tsl a wonuuent to bis memory over tbe
snot where jhe fortunes ot war decided
that Canada sbXKild be a free Ilritish
eowutry. "Tne Jeeuite' lletreet' stands
In the Hty ot IjHeW on the ground
consecrated by Ike bioou ot Hnguen set
j diers, and in trout ot it has been placed
aeekwaal sUtueof tbe founder of the
1 T ... Vf .tl
'Hm. salary and wnolnineute of the
rJJl k'JTJ2tZ b- .hon.
, tftMjm. would prubaWyn.
i enough for
private uee-U were he not put to so
, hwne an ep.ne lu perfuroirej royal and
soetal oWtgaUoua wUoh sboald be an -
I dertakea by U royal inotaer. Kew
A LITERAL MINDED MAN.
A WORD TO WOMEN.
From One Who Sttffereil.
Scottstille, Pa . Msrih 18th, 18ft2
Pit. I ii Kknnedt,
Dfiii Sih: Krom a growing girl, I
sutTtnd Willi frnialf tnmhle or wesknras
perullar lo toy sr
1 do lored with
found no reliri
Was so reduced in
sireugtli and flesh,
that 1 tteiJied but
(tSllin, 1 chanced
to leant of the won
uYrful cures Dr.
Hut id Kenned?
Mr. CAt-rie Umitni.. Fainrlte llemeilr
whh performing mid tried it The tlr4
hittlleproiltired marked Improvement.
A Her lak Ing five bottles. I wanslmoMta
uell uomcii and r-ijlicd 121 i Mm.
.rCSl ilKSh OF If MV blFPRR
IMi btsTEftfi." mrh a gala in weight
mu.I Irt iicr iii licallh than 1 ever wm
It I my deMre to tell every woman Tin
the norld ho sitlTer from any of tbe
ompifiini common lo our fex, ol lue
M nf lr. Keiiueilr a Farnrlte Ileui-
I !!. H I ....1 IIIHI tn I.O fMm ti.M
erf,. Mrs C'AftniK Boctos
tf tmi hhrt rhronic ftifM. bfiiritp drtwa,
utiTirifeniAri. Btiiipweri or tuinful periort,
Hiliclti Rronihn tli--ptMrtto tumor or I'SDrer.
irhrniwiti.KtMii (Tt r 1 1 in jtntuful or iiTf(twl.s
ntttmnistfin Imi i Uo a rlrr(nilr monthly
irlco' falling i f l if inih or chmnae ut life
1 Kinn I ar.iril ftrrmdt litba
'",,r I",,n 'irfn'1 h thoiiw.m.whj
nil ! f.iit l t,nH Hon t b dlcourr-J
Anil L t i tip 111
ivtii-. prvisl lifalth and Inncllfe
ntttBT Tt Kennnlj't ravoriM
an hf irattml In
Thla la Mrnnnt fnr Yon.
It !u1hm'H hiil fMtbat tulf tlte world jIoas
not know how tlifi ittlior Imir llv- i nniianv
Hie iniixirejomiiiinti or nut IhmI .tutwenio
"Wik from fl;
l In ilnl. ttllli rnn.tt. tl lltmirrht
1 1 1 il em Inrrfil
imle-w torreil fooiirAtlciiliou.iir tlif tlmuuOiU
u Ubfiut im nho rc Mirti-rihir (mm smmi-
wii"'mantt other iriiii MihmI unordrrs,
anu whiwtMKonli'icau onlr le imaclned. The
nmrk.-d hhiim ot Mo.l's HrHi.,inn tor these
irnuMea ,ln uur aihertWIngcolunma
iiS..'r tiih eti-eiieni inertiriiie hy nil wfioTmiw
thirt their hlooil u titmlered. Ktery claim lo
liiK.sn.l when Its nroirlet.is ur trsmerlt
i"."1 'IsU-M! Uinli nil nliu suffer Irnm Impure
himni.tn meat nr small ilnxress. thev certain!!
Senllment is glorilled prejudice
t'Htnrrl. in New Knglnntl.
Ely's Cream Halm gives satisfaction to
eveiy one iisini! it for catarrhal troubles.
(I. K. Mellor, Urnj-lst, Worcester, Mais.
1 believe Ely's I ream Ilatiu Is the best
article for catarrh ever offered to the pub
lic Hush t Co., Unieglsts, Worcester
An article of real merit. C. 1. Alden,
Urusglst, Springfield, Mass.
Those ho use It sneak highly of It
Ueo. A. Illll, Druggist', Springfield, Mass.
- Cream Halm lias given satisfactory re
sults. W. r. Draper, Druggist, Spring
A simple look Is all I crave," said be
"(laze into yonder mirror you'll get It."
1'lles of people have piles, but De Witt's
Witch Katie talve sn lit cure them. T. D.
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Small In slie, great In results: De WIw'b
Little Karlv ltlsers. Rest nills for On n ill.
patlon. best for hick Headache, best for
iney neyer gripe. T U.
''hat. atloti Oil cured me of a shoulder lame
ness au.l Mln In tack, rimtractrrt plmlng natl
la-t sea-urn. 1 trletl several other remedies and
U failed. Clias Sle.irs, in Water St., C'leve
lauJ, u," n
Lightning never strikes In the same
place. It Isn't necessary.
ftiveet. hrealli. wl tlnmi.li ansa. .Am.
per, and result from the use of De Wilt's
l.lltle l-;arl) Klsers, the famous Utile pills
i. 1.. 1 nomas.
Apropos of the tire "I hear vou
luirelv made your escape ?" No so
bad as that. I had my night shirt oil.1
Jt Is M flood ThhiK.
1 sav this for Tan-Tina! I bate been In
the ilruc business main lean, and this Is
of the most successful Cough remedies I
nave sold. A rase m point, a nelgpkor,
Mr. I. II. Xlcodeiuus, had a chronic
Couch of six years' stamllng, which no
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Is a good thing .1. HOSS MATEBIt. Al-
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lie Vonr llwn Unelor.
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The foieMsof Hungary nre entirely
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When a man's hoping powers aro
gone be should seek the cemetery nnd
lnliliet 011 helialf of Hood's HarsHimrllla are
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iwtclibor. They state oiiljr tlie simple facts tn
regard tn nlisl Hood's Hursspaiflta hatUne!
always wiililn irnlliaitd rea..ai.
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When a wife hears a dull thud ou the
dlKir-step, she knous that the lodge
The wind from the North blows sharp
snd keen, and-bad effeets of eoldsare seen.
One Minute Couch Cure so safe and sure.
win quickly perform 'vonderons cure T
j p, ''nomas,
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ami. per JMi-KHge ot one poiio.i, mi. scini
Woman was made after man, but
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tHitTerere from I .a Grippe found it just the
ililBg aud under lu use had a speedy and
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. st Iteber's DiugalMe, Lehlghlon and
... , , , - ... ,
! 4 Drugstore. W.lsspon.
A steady job walking a fight rope
A centlenisn tn I'nlon County, Uo. , who
la loo modest a man to have bis name
lueulloned in tbe newspspers. was cmed
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llahn, after uytng other medicines and
treatments for thirteen years. W cent
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aii.1 YY. F. tilery, ll'elsspurt.
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