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"Five years to wait!" Dont do it.
My innocent blue-eyed maid
For the yean may last a lifetime,
VVbiie your youthful rosea fade !
"Wbola your eyes are red with weeping.
And watching the treacherous sea :
Till you sing the (rag of the lone one.
He never came back to me."
Five years to wait, while others
Are dancing the danoe of youth,
Ana the one, perhaps, you are Uiibting
Is breaking his vows, f uraooth !
' Lm11 wajt !or my """, my darling,
ho has sailed far over the' sea,
, Five years, or ten, or twenty,"
Said the blue-eyed maid to me.
Bo she wrote her love-letters,
' th- tended her garden Sowers,
Or watched the restless billows
nA?f 0x9 be"ulu diff for hours ;
while she turcica her suitors pining
Away from the cottage door.
And waited, patiently waited.
One long year or more.
" Tis very weary waiting,"
Said the blue-yed maid to me,
And she glanced at her last new suitor 'J
And then at the restless sea ;
And she glanced at the rosea fading
In her garden fair and bright.
Twice come, twice gone since he left her,
Two years before that night.
And she married her last new suitor
Before the winter sped :
And she wrote to her abhit lover
On the day that she was wed,
She hoped he would not sutler,
That the shock would soou be o'er,"
And the answer soon informed her
He had married a year before.
HOW I BECAME RICH.
A California Story.
About seven miles southwest of the
middle Fork of Bowlder Creek was a
farm-house that went by the name of
Bloom Fallow. An exceedingly retired
man, surmised to be an Englishman,
named Kent, lived there in groat seclu
sion with his single servant, an old man,
who owned and that was all yon could
get him to own to the name of Jerry.
As to when Kent came, there, or who he
was before he came there, or how he
made a living there being no appear
ance of farming or stock-raising going
on nobody knew. Happening myself,
however, to become possessed somewhat
singularly of certain interesting particu
lars on the subject, I will lay them before
you, and leave you to form your own
I had been gold-seeking in that vicin
ity for several days with indifferent suc
cess, when one evening, finding myself
near this house, which I had never "seen
before, and much preferring a roof over
xuy neau u a couxu nave it, x waLKeU up
to the door and knocked, determined to
ask permission to spread my blankets on
the iioor for the night. I heard a voice
within direct "Jerry" to open the door.
Then it was opened, and I was admitted
by the old man. I proffered my request ;
but he bent his ear as if he did not under
stand. "I repeated it in a louder tone,
when a man whom I had not before ob
served, crouching over a low fire, with
out turning, answered me in the affirma
tive. I entered, spread my blankets, took a
bag containing gold dust from my pack,
and placed it under my pillow, and then
began eating a few biscuits which I had
with me for supper, when a slight noise
against the thin partition at my elbow
made me turn my head suddenly in that
direction. There was a knot-hole about
two feet from the ground, and looking
through it was an eye as red as a game
cock's. A moment more, and it was
gone. 1 heard the subdued sound of
retreating footsteps, and a door gently
A little while after, old Jerry came in
from out doors, and sat down by the fire
without speaking. - I ventured a few re
marks, hoping to start a conversation,
but receiving no reply, gave up the at
tempt, and rolling myself in my blanket,
endeavored to go to sleep. There was
some singularity in the conduct of my
hosts, I thought ; but then I was used to
singular people, and as for fear, so long
as my two pistols were in order, I did
not know what it was. I troubled my
self but little with these or any other re
flections, however, and was soon worship
ing the "drowsy god"
How long I slept, I do not know. My
next recollections are of a state of half
consciousness, in which I seemed to be
struggling violently to wake, without the
power to do so ; as if some . indefinable
but imminent danger were near me that
I should perish if I slept. Suddenly I
awoke. I think it was the sound of gal
loping steps of a horse approaching the
dwelling that caused me to regain my
consciousness ; at any rate, that was the
noise which first struck upon my ears as
I opened my eyes. But I did not devote
much time to reflection, I can assure
you ; for as I did so, the first object I
saw was the figure of old Jerry bending
over me, while the moonlight, which
slanted through the single broken pane,
glittered upon the white steel blade of a
huge bowie-knife, which he held uplifted
in the act of striking. . I must own that
I considered my life gone, for there was
not even time for me to cock a pistol ;
bat luckily, while the villain had not
seen me wake, the noise outside suddenly
called off his attention.
The delay was a renewal of life to me,
and fatal to him. In an instant more, I
had covered him with a pistol ; in an
other, a flash, report, a cloud of smoke,
and he fell dead, shot through the brain.
Almost simultaneously I heard the
horse stop at the door. Some one dis
mounted, and tried to force the door. It
was immovable. Next I heard efforts at
the door in the rear, communicating with
the partitioned apartment I have made
reference to. At last, I heard it give
way; and some one whose tread I fancied
was too light for a man's, entered.
There was a breathless silence for a mo
ment, during which the steed's restless
champing of his bit outside seemed a
painful contrast. Then I heard a singu
larly sweet voice, which, however con
tradictory it may appear, had yet with it
a tone of intense ferocity, uttering the
following with a slightly Spanish accent:
" William Kent, you are in this house.
You cannot escape by the other door, for
I have tied it with my lasso. ' You can
not pass this, for I guard it. I know
that you are hearing me; I know that
you recognize my voice. I am Juanita !
You entered my father's house, and re
ceived his hoepitaUty.: You cruelly mur
dered him you and your villainous com
patriot. You fled with your booty. You
thought you were safe; but you itere
mistaken. I have foKowed you ax hun
dred miles; I have been on your trail for
three years. I have found you at last, i
Will the bloodhound forego to jend his
prey f Do you think I will lofe my re
venge now t Just heavens I NrI"
As she concluded, there was rush, as
if some one had made for the door; a
sudden shriek, a struggle, 4 sickening
swish, as of keen metal penearating flesh,
a pistol shot, a loud cry, a heavy, lifeless
fall. : I . did not listen longer, baft tore
away the slight boards which formed the
partition. The body of the host, traitor
as he was, and a lovely young Spanish
girl, her features terribly beautiful, with
the shadow of her accomplished purpose
still on them lay on the floor. As the
moonlight shone on the face of William
Kent, I fancied I saw a movement of the
lips, I bent over him; and caught the
faintly, dyingly uttered words, - " It is
truer . f -
Perhaps you fjhink I did not spend
the remainder of the night at Bloom Fal
low. But I did, though, and the next
morning buried all the bodies in one
grave. I may add that I struck a crevice,
after removing the heartintoue, wmcn
paid me so well, that I have never been
a gold-seeker since. Juauita's httlo uu
ifornia pony is in my stable. INOW my
wife often rides him. Tins is the iirst
time I have told any one how I obtaineu
him, or the way in which I became ncii.
Fire-Proof Clothing for Women.
During the past year, the usual list of
accidents arisincr from skirts taking tire
j has been given in the newspapers. In
dies passing or sitting; near au u'
of coal or wood; children left to their
own devices before the nursery grate,
and actresses swiiigiug their trams too
near the foot-lights, have all contributed
their sad stories of death or disfigure
ment. Moved by the reiterated reports
of such casualties, Queen Victoria, some
years ago, requested Prof. Graham, a
nliprmst. nf hicli staudinsr. to institute ex-
i periments with a view to finding some
i method of rendering cotton fabrics fire
proof. It was admitted that wnue lire
might be communicated to other fabrics,
cotton alone flashed into flame upon the
slightest provocation. The investiga
tions of Prof. Graham, aided by two
distinguished Gurmivn experts, re
sulted in a recommendation of certain
salts of ammonia as most effective for
the desired purpose, and not at all in
jurious to the goods. Sulphate of am
monia in solution, containing 10 per
ient. of the salt, received pieces of tin
shod muslin that were dried rapidly in
a machine known as "hydra-extractor."
The fabrics thus treated proved wholly
uninflammable, wliile their colors were
undiminished, save where madder had
lun etrmlnved as a dve. and .even that
! tint was only modified slightly, and ren
! dered less gundy by the operation. Just
as women would sponge cloth before
transforming it into garments, let them
wash new muslin in the ammonia salt re
ferred to. The soiled articles already
made up should, nfer washing and dry
ing as usual, be subjected to another dip
in the salt before ironing, and they are
then fireproof. Mctropol itan .
The Fuel of the Sun.
The matter from which the worlds
were formed came from the hands of
Omnipotence in its most attenuate state.
lurougliout space there rolls a vast ocean
of this material, which science calls cos
mical matter star dust. It is to a con
stant rain of this star dust and meteoral
ites into the sun that this heat is due. It
is a law of matter that retarded motion
i shall evolve heat. When we shoot a ball
j against a rock its surface will become
j heated in proportion to the velocity of
j the missile. So does the rain of matter
j develop heat by its being retarded by the
i sun's surface. A fine example of the way
i in which the fires of the sun are fed,
I may be seen in the fall of the meteoral-
ltes upon the earth. These vagrants are
caused to emit light and heat by friction
during their passage through the air,
and by striking the earth. It is sad to
contemplate the end to which the de
mand of the sun's greed must inevitably
lead, for when the supply of star dust is
exhausted, and comets and meteors are
no more the planets will obey the stern
summons, and one after another fall into
the funeral pile of the worlds. Those
nearest the sun will first respond, until
the most distant courtier will come at his
call to feed the last flickering flame.
Then will he grow cold and hang in space
a dead, cheerless thing, the ashes of a
A Young Woman's Presence of Mud.
Thursday afternoon, as Miss Mattde
Briley, daughter of Mrs. William Briley-,
of Battle Creek, was out riding on the
Marshall road with a lady friend, she met
a farmer who was coming into town with
a load of wood, and who had got stuck
on the Michigan Central Railroad cross
ing in front of the Roberta farm. The
farmer was in a critical situation, as the
day express from the east was then due,
and the ruinb ing of the train was already
heard in the distance. He urged his
horses to the utmost, but they failed to
even start the load. Every minute was
growing more perilous. Miss Briley,
seeing that something must be done,
gave the reins to her friend and jumped
out of her cutter. She was wearing a
red cloak over her shoulders, and taking
that in her hand she hurried to the rail
road track and waved it in front of the
locomotive as it curiae thundering along.
The whistle sounded down brakes and
the engineer reversed his engine. iThe
train came to a standstill and the pas
sengers and railroad men came pouring
out to see what the matter was. They
all lent a helping hand and pushed the
sleigh of the track, relieving from his
perlious situation the excited and fright
ened farmer, who svTTWwtWl -. naa v,;D
sleigh and wood made into kindlings and
T. : i , , , , -, . J? .
mo nor es proDaDiy iuieo. JJetroil
An Indian Story. ;
The Sioux City Journal has the fol
lowing somewhat extraordinary account
of the surroundings on the occasion of a
late audition to the census :
We learn from a reliable gentleman of
this city, who is just back from a trip up
the river, the particulars of another ex
traordinary case of experiences in the last
awtui buzzard. An Indian and his
squaw were caught out in the storm
while journeying from Fort Randall to
Fort Thompson agency, and becoming
bewildered took refuge in a ravine. They
wrapped their blankets about them and
sat down under the bank. The snow
soon covered them, but the Indian kept
a hole through the rapidly forming drift
wiin ms gun, wmcn he would poke up
occasionally. They remained there all
night, and the drift became so high in
the meantime that he was oliged to splice
the ramrod to the end of. his rifle in
order to reach the top of it and keep up
the ventilation. During their cheerless
imprisonment the squaw was delivered
of a child, and it was christened " Snow
Drift." This paragraph will no doubt
seem a little fishy to persons unacnu&int-
ed with wild Indian life, but to persons
wno nave oeen among the reds it will not
by any means appear improbable.
Hurrah for Stanley.
An English paper says ; " Mr. Stan
ley's first letter from t Africa shows that
he has, at the outset of his journey, ac
complished a great work, the moral and
material importance of which can hardly
be exaggerated. In thirty days he ex
plored lie Bufigi river, which Mr. Kirk
reported to be navigable. Mr. Stanley,
as the result of his spirited voyage in the
Yarmouth yawl, the ; Wave, informs us
that the river carries a- good navigable
channel fifty miles inland, and he be
lieves that for nearly half that distance
the largest Mississippi steamboat of five
thousand tons might safely float.- Mr.
Stanley, by bis initial bit of work, puts the
British Consul at Zanzibar to shame,
and justifies the belief that he is not un
worthy to continue the work which was
begun by Livingstone."
AN INSANE MAN'S LEAP.
He Jumps from the Capitol Dome, Descends
l-O Feet Head-Foremost, and Is Found
Dead and Mamrlerf. - i
Manv men have Kn v
at different tunes, to conceive the idea
llmu lul " IU,lu win greatness no easier
wav was presentable than to do a deed of
darinsr that word.! i.
hearts of a community r r
deeds most frequently sugerested, but less
ilKelV of Demo- mmmiH, xi. x - r
jumping from the dome of the Capitol to
on I t, uiHiance oi nearly
dOO feet. It was never supposed that a
man in his sane senses would ever at
tempt such an exploit, as the odds for
hfe were fearfully outbalanced in the
scale of chances. Still the attempt was
made yesterday, about 1 o'clock, and
with the result that might have been ex
pected the man, when found, being an
almost unrecognizable mass of clotliing,
blood and bones. An hour previous to
making the leap he had been seen by a
telegraph operator on the roofs about the
mam building, climbing light ladders
and making dangerous ventures toward
the eaves, but acting in a manner to in
dicate that he possessed strong nerves
and perfect control over hi
having time to spend in watching him,
uio eiecmuuui proceeded to attend to
Afterward he mounted to the upper
outside gallery that encircles the crest of
the dome at the base of the pedestal to
the statue of the Goddess of Liberty.
Taking a view of the different sections of
the city which this point commands, he
finally halted on the east side directly
over the entrance. Here he first attract
ed the attention of a coachman mounted
on the box of his carriage, which was
situated on the roadway j near the east
park, by climbing upon the railing of the
balcony. He was seen to assume an up
right position, look around, then gather
himself up and shoot out into the space
intervening between where he stood and
the ground. He turned as he descended
and came head-foremost, soon striking
the iron cornice of the lower gallery,
which forced- him off on the iron braces
beneath, and also showing marks of
blood where he hit in passing. He then
landed head-first on the copper roof of
the main building, a distance of , about
170 feet from where he started. Infor
mation of the fact was immediately given
to Capt. S. S. Blackford, Chief of the
Capitol Police, who, accompanied by
some of his officers, at once proceeded
to the spot. On reaching the roof, they
found the man completely doubled up
and life extinct.
He was somewhat straightened out and
removed to a small space near the room
where the electric batteries for lighting
the dome are stationed, and left to await
the arrival of Coroner D. C. Patterson,
who had been notified. The body pre
sented a horrible sight to gaze upon.
The head had been completely crushed
in and one side of the face was perfectly
flat ; a deep cut, splitting the skull, tra
versed across the head above the right
eye, and through which portions of the
brain were protruding. One eye had
sprung from the socketj and appeared
ready to drop out. The nose was crushed
flat, all the teeth gone but one, some
loose in the mouth, and ' the tongue cut
and bleeding. The right shoulder was
broken, also the arm. The neck had
been driven into the body, and the head
appeared resting between the two shoul
ders. About the physiognomy and
clothing was a profusion of blood that
assisted in making up a sickening sight.
Washington Republican, Feb. 13.
The Shepherd's Crook.
The Danbury man wrote from Europe
pathetically : " You have seen pictures
of shepherds with the proverbial crook
in their hands. I didn't think a party
coidd be a shepherd without this crook.
I was glad that the first man I saw tend
ing sheep carried one of these crooks.
I didn't know what a crook was for, but
always believed that it was a badge of
the occupation, whose origin I could not
fathom, handed down jfrom century to
century since the time sheep were invent
ed. Imagine my genuine disgust when
I saw this shepherd use the sacred crook
to capture the straying animals by catch
ing hold of one of their hind legs and
tipping them up. The awful truth came
upon me like a flashy and I sat down
heavily, a broken-hearted man. I had
thought it a beautiful emblem, and it
proves to be a hind-leg snatcher. I must
have more salary or I will sink into an
early grave, I fear." i
"Vinegar Bitters. Dr. J. Walker, a
regular practicing physician of California,
has conferred a priceless boon upon
mankind, by the introduction of a " Bit
ters " compounded from herbs exclu
sively, which may be jtruly said to be
superseding all others, land is becoming
a bitter dose indeed oir the charlatans
and quacks, on account of its immense
sale and universal popularity. Not only
are these Vinegar Bitters, as he calls
them, an invaluable tonic and alterative,
but they are acknowledged as a standard
Medicine, and the astonishing rapidity
with which they cure diseases hitherto
declared incurable, seems almost incredi
ble. After having been carefully tested,
they are kept on hand, in thousands of
households, and used for any and every
form of disease, many relying upon them
in preference to the j most celebrated
physicians. They have become a recog
nized "Family Remedy," and prop
erly so. i 25
The official report to the Austrian gov
ernment, respecting musical instruments
at the Vienna Exposition, declares the
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs to be
"the most distinguished and praise
worthy instruments " of their class ;
praising in detail their power and reso
nance of tone, variety of combination and
solo effects ; fine power of expression ;
smooth, even and sympathetic tones,
and thorough workmanship. They were
awarded the first and highest medal.
Other American organs in competition
were declared to be far less meritorious,
the tones and workmanship being both
interior. In comparison, it was said
" Judged 'eniently, they do not rise
above a respectable mediocrity." This
was undoubtedly the most extensive,
thorough and competent comparison of
such instruments ever made.
The Northwestern Telegraph In
STrrDTB of Janesville, Wis., gave offices
to fifteen graduates during the month of
January. Valentine Bros., the princi-
Eals of this institute, understand their
usmess thoroughly, and they not only
give students a perfect and practical
knowledge of telegraphy, but have ar
rangements with telegraph companies by
which they are enabled to procure situa
tions for graduates. ,
Carpenters, see advertisement of Sim
mons' Sash Supporter.
Thbrk are probably a hnndrod or more
penonsiii this and neighboring towns, who dailv
suffer from the uatresBing effect of kidnev
troubles, who do not know that Johnson' Ano
dyne liniment ia almost a certain cure. In
severe cases great relief may be obtained, if not
a perfect cure.
A. Few Words to Feeble and Delicate
By E. V. Piebce, M. D., of the World's Dis
pensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Knowing that you are subject to a great
mount of suffering, that, delicacy on your part
has a strong tendency to prolong, and tne longer
it is neglected the more you have to endure and
the more diliicult of cure your case becomes, I,
an a physician, who is daily consulted by scores
of your sex, desire to say to you, that I am con
Htautlv meeting with those who have been
treated for their ailments for months without
being benefited in the least, until they have be
come perfectly discouraged, and have almost
made up their minds never to take another dose
of medicine, nor be tortured by any further
treatment. They had rather die and have their
sufferings ended than to live and suffer as they
have. They say they are worn out by suffering,
and are only made worse by treatment. Of any
tiling more discouraging, we certainly cannot
conceive, and were there no more successful
mode of treating such difficulties than that, the
principles of which teach the reducing and de
pleting of the vital forces of the system, when
the indications dictate a treatment directly the
reverse of the one adopted for them, their cases
would be deplorable indeed. But lady sufferers,
there is a better and far more successful plan of
treatment for you ; one more in harmony with
the laws and requirements of your systems. A
harsh, irritating caustic treatment and strong
medicines will never cure you. If you would
use rational means, such as common-sense
should "dictate to every intelligent ladv, take
such medicines as embody the very best invig
orating tonics and nervines, -compounded with
special ref erence to your delicate systems. Such
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praise from thousands of your sex. Those
languid, tiresome sensations, causing you to feel
scarcely able to be on your feet or ascend a flight
of stairs ; that continual drain that is sapping
from your systems all your former elasticity,
and driving the bloom from your cheeks ; that
continual strain upon your vital forces that
rcalers you irritable and fretful, may all be
overcome and subdued by a persevering use of
that marvelous remedy, "irregularities and ob
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tems are relieved by this mild and safe means,
while periodical pains, the existence of which is
a sure indication of serious disease that should
not be neglected, readily yield to it ; and if its
use is kept up for a reasonable length of time,
the special cause of these pains is permanently
removed. Further light on these subjects may
be obtained from my pamphlet on diseases pe
culiar to your sex, sent on receipt of two stamps.
My Favorite Prescription is sold by druggists.
Dr. Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic or Fe
ver and Ague Tonic! Wilhoffs Tonic has
established itself as the real infallible Chill
cure. It is universally admitted to be the only
reliable and harmless Chill medicine now in
use. Its efficacy is confirmed by thousands of
certificates of the verv best people from all
parts of the country. It cures malarious dis
eases Of everv tvrtA. from tllA Khnkino- Am-toa r
the lakes and valleys to the raging fevers of
we lorna zone, iry it I it has never been
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Mothers who have delicate children,
who are subject to croup : When your child
goes to bed wheezine and couching vou know
not before morning croup may set in, and be-
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For sale by all medicine dealers.
Wk notice that the agricultural papers
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Sheridan's Cavalry Condition J?oirders. Ex-
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known and appreciated the advantage of these
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Electricity is Life. All nervous dis
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rjains. nervous and general dnhiliti- tj
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Guns Flora 8irin Water, at Waukegan,
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Mly toC. IB. f RATT. g Jackaun-au. Chicago.
Dr. 3. Walker" California Fin
cgar Hitters aro a purely VcRetabk
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the niediciual properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. The question is almost
daily asked, " What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters?" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Inrigorator
of the system. Never before in the
history of the world has a mediciun tjea
compounded possessing the rrmftrkiib!e
quai.tieg of Yinkga r Bittkrs in healing the
sick of every disease man ia heir to. They
are a gentle Purpative as well aa a 'Ionia
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Biliout
The properties of Dr. Walker's
VijtESAR Bittkrs axe Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nu" is. Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, County tant, Sudorific, AJtera
tive, andLnti-... jous.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vin
egar Bitters the most wonderful In
vigorant that ever sustained the sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
hent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessauy. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the bodj' against disease
by purifying all its fluids with Vinegar
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, ITead
ache; Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness. Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lcpthv advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whitt
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipulas, Swelled Xeck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Aifectious, OA
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes. etc.
In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walker's Vi.nkgar Bittkrs have
shown their great curative powers iu the
most obstinate and intractable eses.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidncvs and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. vTo guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's Vix
eoar Bitti?rs occasional! v.
ForSKin Diseases," Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King-worins,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs, Discoloration of the" Skin, II unions
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a bliort time by the use
of these Bitters. i.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. To
system of medicine, no vermifuges 'o an
thelmintics will free the system from worms
like these Bitters. ,
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tomo
Bitter display so decided an influence that
improvemeat is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whep
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skiii in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores-,
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it if
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keey
the blood pare, and the health of the systerr
ii. h. Mcdonald & co.,
Drnceists and Gen. A irta Snn Vranniann rattrn i.
ouu wr. in Hauini
ashington and Charlton Sts., N."Y.
U Druggiata and Dealer.
Wanted at once ta learn
telegraphing end take
aniens on new lines
... . . . wmcn we ere furnishing
7atTMI'm ltottpermontn. CSr-
w. i Kf.mH.Awn TNHTTTTJTB. JanearOle. Wta.
MORPHINE HABIT BpeeUily
cureil by Dr. Beck's only
Uj .'wn sore Itemed y.
for treatment until cured. Call on or address
PR. J. C. BECK, CinoiaMti, O.
tlrTsalUV. CABINET or
h., .iL. 5 - i" ral to every
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---r to tiie wall. We Bniww
and prioe bat with KOOOrmtStmH
C. A. COOK op, CHioego. XXL
?22 Pninit the mysteries of isteis
struct ton and li hi.tAtii MHV- Complete in.
..r'r- ri i.t.N i
Causes. History, Core and
r.hK A CO, 46 Walker Street,
L.J7. 'TT feniriKKioaH
r mm fousn waies on
-t r a lauar swain. .
Mil F. V
SELLS Pattern of thorn.
Only I.K a yoair,
tu Vtlu, Linn or iroul vrjr PtvlUb
Camt'-htr. Pt-for itrwt U,
trn with Cltk Mod- rnftoni with OMk
rl. yt BfBtt. fMvtrl. JB rmt.
TTT yUli iu the
W civs par feet CIOTH MODEL with Try pattern, wbfrh !.-- int " iu ib
Bw Pattot-K with
icarinent twraUMr, aftar balnir cat by
mutter am cebta.
Any Pattern on this page mallwd on reotpt of markl trtcw
Smith! u Instant Dress Elevator."
- Thla CtTT ahowa th
. Upper Fart of ttw
Hkirt twrontr fna
outs with ti.a "Ele
vator" fixed in. You
can rataa yoor aklrt
while paaalnff a Tnu4-
of TWO of the
Van ' m.llul
will and vou a
tnium at any time.
ly place, and then let
"t fall,yryoncan keep
it ralaed. Itkeenathe
klrt trnm tha Flltb.
it JLfOops Ttieatttrt in
av Tft ait shrill arwl WA
MVBbB WWSISSm DOLD GOIN '
sta Ion able Manner, it drwa all
the fullneaa to tiia back, maklna; the
ntrftinrh front. it Save mora
than Ten Times lta Ceet, It can he
Wav. atrvrT ftjTl
enang-ed irwn one Ureas to anotnor.
to SO persons,
rn, -o eeuta earn.
nf Alini! HT TbTMrsn who set
weoreta or TiraSsfit.1? ?g?BirIl?i,li?a a?reax.CttauSoBraauaeil oMuSaip.
K a j a aw. with
3N BOOK. or. Secrete or DteaMaaiai," 1 cant
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P. O. Box 5055.
S200 v?Z?!t.Z'iJiTn erprywhere. Address
W EicELgiaR M'r'o Co.. Buchanan. Mich.
PAJnty pATORrrE. ITheTltles
SEED TIME COHETH !!
Oar Flower mnrl Kitchen Omrrlrn lll na
troitea Directory for 147 i (the 2d Edition ). with
Supplement of No-vcltfes and pecisiitleH- in
Si!. K 1S snd other Cwavntea requisites ttkr the rjeason,
is now being sent to all customers of last year, and will
be sent to others Fin on application. Address
' D. T. CURTIS & CO.. Boston, fllnss.
If ipaillnn TJmTropton
i.iPMa. iiiUiiiiiiiuii iini iiiAini
--w. fw a '
BUY the BEST.
Two men hind
lO Acres daily.
Binders oa.n Sit
or Stand. Ad
dress E U VV 1 IV
Thla new Trosa Is worn
wita perfect comfort nijrbt
and day. Adapts Itself to
every motion of the body,
retaining rupture under the
hardest exercise or severest
strain nnt il permatiently
cured. Sold cheap by Uie
Elastic Trnss Co..
No. 683 Broadway, N. Y. City.
Sent by mail. Call or send for Circular, and be cured.
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Hf oore, Weeks Si Co.. groewa,
Hartford, Or., ov Sea F'onm
takes the lead of all Bread Prepare,
lions. Our sales are fonr-fold wnat
ihey were s year ago." All like it.
Uanfotth, Scudrler e Co.,
Grtjrera, B"ton, my : " Have sola
youreM Foam for the past three
years with perfect satiafaction to all
whohaTeboueht it." "Its economy
is wonderful ; one year ssvinfrs will
boy s cow. Send for Circular to
. I. t . v. . . a ra, j ....
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Powell's .tor Wood haps!
WavBrjEesrara Farm Pnmua-
Wood Eave-Trough Tuning.
If you want the best oi these arti
cles, go to your Hardware or Agricul
tural Implement Stores. If they do
not keep them, or will Hot get them
for you. send direct to the Factory.
Catalogues and Price XJata mailed
npon application to
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,, , OREATPRranUM OFFER,
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llWORTHofCHOltB FaXWER riEKJOS,
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RCNJ. O. WOODS Sl CO. Manuf ni and
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Iweuii ataur for Cuioguc. . 49 Federal Bt. Boston.
McAllister's Patent Artopticon
Tha most powerfol Mnfio Lantern rTer
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"CaJaJns7iiea nent on annhcatWin.
1314 Clieatnut Street, PhUnaelphin, Ia. .
Iowa R. R. Land Co.
has for sale l,lOO.OOO Aches of Railroad Lands in
the Middle Region of Western lows.
BETTER LANDS AT CHEAPER PJIICES
than can be fonnd elsewbore within civilization. No
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For mans and pamphlets, with prices and terms, address
Iowa Railroad Xand Co., Coicig . or !ed r Ra pids. Iowa.
JOIIS k CALHOUNT
TEAS. T?AS. TEAS.
.f. B. DICKINSON,
., . Laie Dickinson A Co.)
DEALER IN TEAS. GrlOUNO COFFEES AND SPICES.
No. 109 East Madison St., Chicago.
-". wtl sold at vot.aJ. priee.. A specialty
madeinADingordersirom Cluhm. No charge for packages,
and freight prepaid on aU bill amounting to or over.
Agents wanted in every town in tne Woat. Send lor Cir.
caior to Agmu. The bast Teas in the market for tha nrloa.
. U 1 1 . . . .
looni il. won.
, 60c, 70a, too. Me and tU
Uc, 65o, 75c, 86c and (Lull
uc, TPo, 8i)o, Sue sad i.i
toe, SOr, 70c, ntic snd il.ai
Ua, TOO, Wo, 9UO and i.iU
Mixed r....7..! !"
oo, owe, too, km and si ou
o. JOo. tjtto, Sue and I
I0DH6 FOLKS' HISTORY
OF THIS - -
ByT. W. IITGGINSOTV.
iffi PoTtt, any sbnnar
lnil:mniKUrV.rh!n" t0,"mlM,"d noth-
Tbe .tyleof the book is admirable."-. T. Kr'm Fwf.
SMr. Higginson was well nuaiined to write such a his.
S;m watrM KepulHcan.
lemo, with over lOO Illostratkma. Price SI. SO.
postpaid on receipt of the price.
S4ss.au 9 rs sua-. it a, oansa. ...
xatsm itsjuc. PATarmx
The best ava:l ebcopw Paint In fU
rTnrM for Iron. Tin or VmI. For aa!o
bw JTenlera eTTib-.. PJIXCE MTRTAtLlO
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aeo that onrnamo and trade mark aro on each aad
aro7raxJtage. Send tor Circular. ...
I if stttaleilhB?3i' ' BAtoa.sV '
with Premium. Sof Botowtf (ort )
thine ntlrvly W BacomlnfC ton omI whirr -,trln
9ryarbU.nrarm.tmmnyt undo for lndriri .
Put tarn with dtth Hn.tr wlU CU Pattern with Cto
Model, cewta ifcaW. m rttt. Jl W, M C.nta.
tha pat t arm. Ttoay mm PJEILFKCT O w I XU
Tboee who eend to A. Buriett
Boaltn one zenri Buowripcion
hauvu. will Mt Trt,! r cnoicer
abova Tattems. am
tb... " " D If.' V -
eertincata which will entitle ku to select your pre-
:RCsT aaTHXIBPBalUDB: OR I
JSk. ; OXaTT33 I
Ufll n finifJ? w hall elve away $2,133.00
to lO PerorB hont
rireel uiuoa Tor ue SALAAH
Staact l&re?eet. BSfMTi.riri. Hezi Tarirest.
person wbo jreta up t
i. V. n Sl.ftxn rA tn Qnlrl on lactt
whose names ana addresses will be found in thla
th. nnmMp t n.t e,n nne MtiL ui a ennv.
OI4. Broadway, Mew York City,
S5 to S15 A DAY-
AzenU wanted to seU a number of new snd useful
will sell rapldry. JUriimtor. or samples
Myarmrul Ostaloaueof Teaetsble snd Flower rteert
for lrJ7 will be sent free to all wbo spply. Customers of
last season need not write for it. In it will be found e
ersl raluable yarieties of new yegetables introduced for
the first time this season, bavins: made new yeaetables a
specialty for many years. Growing over a hundmt ant
rtf i rurtn. on my several farms, 1 would partieufarly
invite the patronage of market gardeners and all others
who are especially desirous to have their seed pure and
fresh, and f Ike Tern train. All seed sent oat from
my establishment are covered by three warrants ss given
in my catalogue.
JAMES J. II. GREGORY,
MmrfAlerlesidU Mm a. -
& PRIVATE FAMILIES.
I have sn IMPROVED RKCKIIPT r making s
PCKB BAKlNGor YKAS'i' POtVDRUw.nl
to the best in the market, with which I writ send a boolc
giving 4tl new snd B3kCF,f,LFAT MKI'HI lit
for naing it In oooking. My Baking Powder eaa be m. iia
for 14 eenta a pound. Why pay to or SB c"nts per pumut
when you can easily make your own for 16 cents f Price
of my receipt tl.'ifi. It will, however, be sent npon re
ceipt of 9I.UU BY MMU with directions (ia Knglish and
German) .for uakin. snd csiNu, if the unci of that
XKWSFAFKB is given In which this advertisement isaen.
The coax of this receipt ia saved ih kvkht thkksx
rouNoa of tha Powder made. Ingiedienta kept by
grocers snd druggists everywhere.
Address - - - -t
I. W. BR.IGOS, Pratcticstl Dragghi,
17n TT TTT m r. . . "
j- ui uuiuo use, Hxia iux tiiurciiea
HEW AND IHPEOVED STYLES.
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Tie -Sndtk Aifian Oriaii-Cir.:
OF JtOSTOJT, MASS., . '
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CLARKE'S NEW METHOD
FOR REED ORGANS.
By VTjxixxM H. Cxaukk. Prica 1.S0. '
-" . ..... -f-
Mr. Wa II. Clarke, a distinguished organlirt arid ocrn
Poser. wss esriecislly fortunate in the eompUstinnf this
tine work, which prang into popular later imm f1i:,t.-iy
on its tasne. bss bad resaarkable succees. and eonUnnoa
to be the leading method. Contain, in addition to ia-
wumwuvw, . w.MU VJWHHWB OI IUW VrgSU 1
All books sent, postpaid, for ratal! price. 4
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Price BO cts. brmlil. Address Dr. Butts' 1)1
rv. I'.-North Klgiith Street. ft. Loirts. Mo.
aoie iniinnarion rnr
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' tlBtir to ra& alt amaav A wbCMk to mrrlmwf Wxf
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bvtbo 'Krrorsof Youth," and valuable uifomiation ov
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O. N. U.
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