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Tfce QBumgle Wsmf;le Mat.
On the top of the Crumctty Tree
The Quangle "Wangle eat;
But his face yon could not see
On account of hie beaver hat;
For his hat was a hundred and two feet wide,
"With riblons and bibbons on every aide,
And bells, and buttons, and hooj6, and lace,
So that nolKkly ever could eec the face
01 the Quangle "Wangle Quce.
Tlie Quangle "Wangle said
To himself, on the "Crumpetty Tree:
"Jam, and Jelly, and bread
Are the best food for me l
But, the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree,
The plainer than ever it seems to me
That very few people come this way,
And that life on the whole is far from gay!"
Said the Quangle Wangle Quee.
But there camr to the Crumpetty Tree
Mr. and Mrs. Canary;
And they said : "Did you ever see
Any spot as charmingly airy!
May we build a nest by your lovely Hat!
Mr. Quangle Wangle, grant us that.
O please let us come and build a nest.
Of whatever material suits you best,
Mr. Quangle "Wangle Quce.
And, besides, to the Crumpetty Tree
Came the Stork, the Duck, and the Owl,
The Snail and the Bumble-Bee,
The Prog and the Fimble Fowl,
(The Fimble Fowl with a Corkscrew leg) ;
And all of them said: "We humbly beg
"Wc may build our homes on your lovely Hat.
Jlr. Quangle "Wangle grant us that,
Mr. Quangle Wangle Quee."
And the Golden Grouse came there,
And the Bobble, who baa no toe?,
And the small Olympian Bear,
And the Dong with a luminous noe.
And the Blue Baboon who play'd the flute,
And the Orient Calf from the land of Tute,
And tlte Attery Squash and the Bisky Bat,
All came and built on the lovely Hnt
Of the Quangle Wangle Quee.
And the Quangle "Wangle said
To himself, on the Cruwipetty Tn-c .
"When all these creatures move,
"What wonderful noise there'll be!"
And at night, by the light of the Mulberry
They danced to the Fluto of the Blue Baboon,
On the broad green leaves of the Crumpetty
And all were as happy as happy could be,
"With the Quangle Wangle Quee.
Edward Lear in London Society.
Johanna Iliilpin'n Escape from the
Southern Hotel Fire.
One of the narrowest escapes made
at the fire was reported as follows to a
Times reporter, yesterday, by Miss Jo
hanna Halnin, a girl employed in the
store-room of the hotel, and now at her
home, 1,809 North Seventh street:
Julia Tiuike and I were asleep in a
room opposite Frankie McClellan's on
the sixth floor, when the fire first broke
out, and knew nothing of it until the
whole house was in flames. It was the
screaming of a colored nurse-girl that
woke us up. I got up and opened the
door, and the room immediately filled
with smoke. J ulia and I jerked up our
shoes and dresses and ran into the hall
way. Julia said: "Let's make for the
stairway," and so we groped along in
the dark and through the smoke as fast
as we could. I thought I knew every
foot of the hallways, and so did Julia,
but, some way or other, we couldn't find
the stairway, and 1 guess now it was a
irood thine we didn't, for I know we
couldn't have stood the smoke long
enough to have gone all the way down
stairs. After going a considerable dis
tance, we concluded that we must have
passed the stairway, and then we deci
ded to make for the big hallway, and
then go over to the Fifth street side of
the building, but pretty soon we ran up
against a door, and the next moment
Professor Reese opened it, and took us
in his room. His wife and child, a little
girl seven years old, were in there, and
both badly frightened, of course. "We
locked out of the window, and saw the
street below crowded with ieople, and
the hotel porch, also. The windows were
also full of people, and some ot
them were screaming terribly. I never
thought we would get out of the building
alive, for it seemed impossible for help to
reach us in time to do any good. I
wasn't excited a bit, and neither was
Julia, and Mr. Reese was just as cool as
a man could be. lie kept cheering us
up, and telling us to wait and be patient,
that it wouldn't help the matter to fret
about it. We waved a sheet out of our
I window to attract attention, but didn't
indulge in much screaming. There was
enough of that already without our join
ing in. It seemed a terrible long while
before the firemen pointed their ladder
at us, and then it took them so long to
get it up to any of the windows. Fi
nally the top of it was shoved up against
he wall, between the fifth and Bixth
Urories, but nearly twenty feet from our
1 window. They were going to take out
a lot of other jveople in the windows
adjoining ours, and in the window just
below that one. It didn't take the fire
men very long, I suppose, to empty these
rooms of the people in them, but it
seemed a good while to us. The fire
man at the top of the ladder told us to
keep quiet and he would save us all.
He was just as cool and unconcerned as
if he were a carpenter building a house.
He climbed into the windows and out
again, and everybody did just what he
told them to, and if they hesitated, then
he'd get mad about it and swear at them.
After he got all the people out there, he
asked Mr. Reese if he thought the sheet
that we had swung to him would hold
US. If it WOUld hfi Said tlipn ha rvuiM
save us right there without any trouble.
I don't know how he expected to save
us with that sheet, but Mr. Reese
wouldn't give him a chance to try. He
told the fireman that the sheet wouldn't
hold up, and that it was useless to at
tempt a rescue in that way. "WeU,"
said the fireman, "can't you get into this
otherroom somehow IT "Noanswered
Mr. Reese, "it is impossible. The hall
is already on fire." "Well, then," said
the fireman, "you'll have to wait here
till I go down and have the ladder
moved over to your window." The fire
man then left us, and we waited there
m as patiently as we could until the fire
man visited us again. This time the
ladder came up to our window, and the
fireman stepped in among ns. He was
just as cool as before, and encouraged
us all the time by his actions, as well as
by his cheering words. While in tbe
room I had put on my dress and shoes,
but supposing the fireman meant to
carry us down the ladder, I thought I'd
better give him as little weight as pos
sible, and so took off both dress and
shoes again. It turned out, though, that
he didn't carry us down. A soon as he
got into the window he tied a rope about
Mr. Reese and lowered him to the fifth
story window. He then let Mrs. Reese
down to the ?ame window in the same
way. The llreman then ilea tne rope
about me and let me down. Mr. Reese
caught me at the fifth floor, and wanted
to help me on to the ladder, but the
fireman told him to let go, and upon Mr.
Reese still holding on to me, the fire
man cursed him terribly. Then I told
Mr. Reese that the fireman wouldn't do
what was not for the best, and that he
had better let him have his own way.
Mr. Reese then let me go, and I was
lowered to the balcony porch below.
On the way I got a few bumps from
the sills, but I didn't mind that A po
liceman caught me at the bottom
and untied the roie. Then three or
four men helped me down the ladder.
I didn't know any one, and I ju3t let
them do as they pleased with me. One
of them said: Let's take her over to
that saloon," and then another said:
"Xo; let's take her to the Planter's
House. I was barefooted, you know,
and didn't have any clothing on at all
hardly, but I didn't mind that then a
bit- At the Planters' House everybody
treated me as if I had leen a Queen.
The girls put me in bed and built a fire
for me, and next morning they fur
nished me a pair of shoes, a hat and
some clothing to go home in. After
the firemen had lowered me down, he
let Julia Rurke down the same way.
Julia had her hair singed pretty badly",
for you know the fire was already in
the room before we left it, and the roof
was burning over our heads. The fire
man was the last to leave the room, and
after climbing down to the fifth story,
he held Mrs. Reese, while her husband
climbed on to the ladder. Then he
picked Mrs. Reese up and carried her
all the way down the ladder in his arms.
She had fainted, and was as helpless as
a child. The firemen, I can tell you,
deserve a good deal more credit than
they get. That fireman of ours worked
hard to save us, and riBked his own life
over and over again. The ladder would
tend at the top like a whalebone, and I
thought all the time that it was going
to break, but the fireman seemed to have
no such fears at all. "When he was at
the windows next to ours, Mrs. Reese
promised him a good reward in case he
succeeded in saving us, and I told him
thatif we didn't reward him God would,
and most richly too. I don't believe
either that any of us would have been
saved if it had not been for Prof. Reese.
He did not seem to care one bit for
himself, but only for us, and he kept en
couraging us all the time. He wouldn't
let us cry or scream or give up in de
spair, and that is why we kept up our
spirits to the last St. Louts limes.
The Crop Prospects.
The Cincinnati Commercial of April
22nd, has advices as to the crop pros
pect from SO precints in Ohio as fol
lows: Vheat-8 report a fair crop, 40 good,
2S unusually good. As to peaches, 15
report a fair crop. 35 good, 5 unusually
good, 31 a failure.
From 71 points in Indiana as to
wheat 0 report a prospect of a fair crop,
37 good, 2S unusually good. As to
peaches, 11 a fair crop, 13 a good crop,
5 unusually good, 3(5 a failure or partial
From 04 points in Kentucky, as to
wneat 20 report prospects of a fair
crop, 34 good, 7 unusually good, 2 fail
ures or partial failures, 1 none sown.
Peachers, 4 a fair crop, 5 good, 53 a
failure, 2 not raised.
From 91 points in Illinois, mostly the
middle and southern portions of the
State, 7 report wheat fair prospect, 45
good, 21 unusually good, I failure, 7 no
wheat sown; peaches 10 fair, 27 good, 39
failure, 15 none raisea.
The Chicago Times of April 21st, has
nearly seven columns of crop reports,
from the great wheat growing sections
of the Mississippi and Ohio val
leys, concerning the condition of winter
wheat of which the following brief
analysis may be made: "A larger
average than usual has been sewn in
all quarters, with fine prospects of an
abundant harvest Tne soumwesc is
especially hopeful, and the northwest
has no fears except f rum the grasshop
pers, which, it is thought, will be less
destructive than heretofore. The Kan
sas farmers think they have hatched so
early they will not be able to await the
coming crops." Tne report wmen me
Times publishes from California is to
the effect that the average wheat crop is
about 1,000,000 tons, which was the crop
of 1874; but the prediction is this year,
that not more than half a million tons
will be raised, and that the effects, to
gether with the sad condition of the
stock market, will be disastrous to the
A Pbenomenal Amimal.
The JeHerson (Ark.) Republican re
ports the shooting in Little River
County, in that State, recently of a phe
nomenal animal, having the body of a
well-formed red deer, with a head that
resembled a baboon, and a suit of long,
brown, shaggy beard. It was killed by
Dr. Colling, who says that when he was
aiming at it, its large eyes seemed to
melt with pity and compassion, as
though it were aware of its dreadful
dancer. He had no sooner fired than
the creature leaped high in the air and
uttered a most heart-rending scream.
The Doctor says it must be a species of
the Mexican centaur as described in le
gend as existing in certain portions of
The Chinese adieu is "Chin-chin."
And so is a good share of the American
Potato Ttz. For two pies, take
eight potatoes, boll and mash fine: four
eggs; sweeten and spice to taste. Bake
with one crust in a moderate oven.
Tea Cake. One cup sugar, half a
cup butter, half cup sweet milk, two
cups sifted flour, three eggs, three tea
spoonfuls baking powder, one teaipoon
f ul lemon.
Doughnuts. One cup sugar, one
cup buttermilk, one egg, two table
spoonfuls melted lard, one teaapooriful
soda. Flavor with nutmeg or cinna
mon. Flour to roll. Fry in hot lard.
Lemon Ccstakd. Two lemons,
grated ; one-half pound of sugar; one
fourth pound of butter; beat together
to a cream ; one pint milk; two table
spoonfuls flour; four eggs, beaten sepa
rately; add the whites the last thing.
Beef Tea. Cut the beef up in small
bits free of fat; cover it'with cold wa
ter and let simmer two or three hours.
Another way is to broil the meat then
cut it in small bits and pour hot water
on it and let stand a little while.
BllloBSBeas, Headsehe aad laapnre Blood.
each or them done away wltt, If yoa will uk
Quirk's Irish Tea. rrtee cenU per package.
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Of failing encrpy, that to n hicli tlie fiureed
(tut man of business, the braln-futieued author,
the tired advocate or the weary artizan can re
M)rt with the greatest certainty that it will re
vive his overwrought jKiwers. is Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, a most genial tonic cordial,
as well as a benign remedy for disorders of
the stomach, liver, bowels and urinary or
gans, and a means, of eradicating and pre
venting intermittent and remittent fevers. It
not onlv enriches the blood and creates a new
fund of energy in the system, but it has the
effect of expelling impurities from the life
current which beget disease. The injurious
intluence of abrupt transitions of tempera
ture, of an unwholesome climate and injuri
ous diet, are counteracted by it, and it pro
motes digestion, appetite and sound repose.
Give it a trial and te convinced.
C7KTOP 1BAT rXKKlHLB COL'OH. ETCrj CM
or consumption commences with a couKh, occa
sioned by having taken cold, which ir allowed to
run Its course will soon work Its way into the air
Pssages, and then t tbe lungs, and ir not
checked, by name such Tamable cough remedy
at Kllert's Extract or Tar and Wild Cherry,
which Isnnrlvalled ror all diseases or the throat
and lungs. A serious spell or sickness may be the
result or such carelessness aud an expensive
Doctor's bill to pay.
Symptoms are Moisture. Distressing Itching.
though pin worms were crawling in and abtut
the rectnm, particularly at night, the private parts
are sometimes effected. SWATNK'S OINT
MENT." pleasant, sure cure, also ror teter, all skin
diseases. Mailed to anyaddresson receiptor price
Suets a box. or three boxe fl.ia. Address letters.
Dr. Hwavne t Son. 33U North hlxth St.. Philadel
phia. Kemlt hy Y. o. order, or registered letter.
TnE Best Lawx Mowek. Wc call atten
tion to tlie advertisement of tlie Philadelphia
Lawn Mower, which received the highest
award at the Centennial Exhibition in 1S76.
At the great Exhibition there was a trial of all
tlie leading Lawn Mowers in the United States,
and in that contest this machine was found so
superior to all others that the highest award
was unanimously given to It. It was found to
be light of draft, easv in management, dura
ble, not liable to get out of repair, and to per
form its work in an excellent manner. It is
made of eight sizes for hand use and three for
horse power. Address, Graham, Emlen &
There's one article no good grocer is ever
without, and the public demand it incessantly.
We 6pcak of Doolet's Yeast Powder, long
since determined to be the best of its kind.
All bread, biscuit, rolls, cake, etc, made from
it arc nutritious, healthy and delicate. Another
thing to be remarked is that the cans are full
weight, and the powder so pure and strong,
that less of it is required for its purpose.
It Is a distressing thing to see a Child cough
ing and straining until its face Is flushed with
blood. Use Stonebraker's Cowgtt Myrap. It Is
last the thing to relieve all such cases, is wbat a
lady said a short tlsse ago.
t"BTHoBEfi. HOKHK. Would yoo have, your
horses in prime condition ror your Spring aad
Summer work? If so. several things should be
strictly observed, good care, regular feed and
lineal currying are among the essentials, bat do
not fall to give them TJwclb Sax a Coxsmo
Powdkr according to directions, and you will be
well rewarded tor yonr expense aad trouble. To
aaie dj an era ggisrs.
Ianpertaat to Perseus Tislttag; New Tork.
Grand Union Hotel, opposite the
Grand Central Depot Baggage taken
to and from this depot to hotel free.
350 elegant rooms. Elevator. European
plan. Single rooms, $1.00 and S1.50;
also elegant suits for travelers. Prices
reducea Cars and stages pass this
hotel for all parts of the city, and to all
CMbbIbicb ExtCBBsteat Katie.
Every mechanic, lumberman, fanner, and
every one havinc use for a role should send us
postal card for descriptive circular
E. Smith & Co.. Rockford ID.
Patentees and inventors should read the
advertisement of Edson Bros., (established In
1966,) in another column.
The best matched pair in the world and the
most popular to use are the Pat. Wood Box
fctove rousn raste ana me raL wooatJoi
Dr. Creek's wine or Tar cures Cough.
Dr. Crook's Wine or Tar cares Gold.
Dr. crook's Wine or Tar cures Consamptioa.
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar cure Hoarseness.
Trr. crook's Wine or Tar cures Bleed! &g Laags.
Trr. Crook's Wlae or Tar cares Broeehius.
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar rare Asthma
Dr. Crook's Wtae of Tar eares Wrer Com plat nL
Dr. Crook's Wise of Tar cares General DeMllty.
Dr. Creek's Wlae or Tar cares WeakStomirk
A ValaabVe MeeUeswa.
Buchu in Tarious forms has for manv rears
been erne of the chief articles in the iCateria
Medicafor the treatment of certain diseases,
among which at chiefly those affecting the
nrinarv, digestive, and circulatory organs. The
difficultv that was long experienced In obtain
ing a preparation of this valuable drag that
could always be relied upon for uniformity in
strengtn ana aosonne puntv iea to ue intro
duction of Helmbokrs Extract of Buchu,
which for the last quarter of a century has
been extensively used both by phvskaana and
in nouse ana iamiiy practice, and with verv
gratifying success. This medicine, like everv
other thingrhas been extensivelv imitated, and
those who have use for it will' do well to see
that they obtain the genuine "Helmbold
Buchu," the only pure and reliable preparation.
Bar. aavereca, ssg e)sus. eaya : I have trtea
Dr. carter's Ceaspeaaw Extract ef Batart Weed
attaekeeasaetB aawMiiias eases eC aeetaDys
eatery aae ether Bevel aleeUeaa. aa alee la
Dletherta, mmtk have feaaa tt serselstaalj eJlea -eteaa-neeeaisalaiestasraciKola
TW perfret erww7"w1tfc vfckfc srkwtis
are esabled In dMter thm ssA ! jwrtfcv
ttlars ta iheit BrreraJ 4?rtSMaU, KVf
almost Elracslosa tf wrkK tetfccKcfeta?
tic earlr ace. Takr for exaapir tfce ictn
xsagBetic tWrapi tfce crtet terrstk of
the age. 1 It &ot a Karrekna decree of ao
coracT which ctsahlc as operator to aciij
locate a fraetcre ta a siaBarfcxi eahie trir
thrr thouaad xallea Vosf Oar TrurraiJe
'clerk of tbe ws!fceT" fea berooae so tbor
oosnir familiar with those wnotS. wayward cle
ment of natare that he can accorsterr pre
dict their saorrtBeois. U can at: ia Wash
ington and foretell what the weather will be
to-morrow in Florida or New Tork, as well as
if KTcral hondred railf did sot Interretee
between him and th place nasaed. And so
In all department of modern seieaee. sthat is
required is the knowiedge of crrtain sipa.
From ihee the scientists dednre accurate no
clusion rrgardleaa of distance. A few foall
eni to the expert grologtal enable hta to ac
curately determine the ruck-forxnatioo from
which thej were taken, He can describe tt to
too as j-rrfectlj as If a cleft of It were lyinjc
on hi table. So also the chemist ran deter
mine the constitution of tfce sun as accurately
as if JLai luminary were not nlnety-cTe million
miles from his laboratorr. The son sends cer
tain signs over the tinnitude of pace" and
the chemist claaslflea them br passing them
through the siiectroseope. Only the premce
of certain substances could produce these
olar signs. So also in medical science, dis
eace have certain unmistakable signs, or
symptoms and by reason of this fact. Dr.
Pierce, of the World's Dispensary, has been
enabled to originate and perfect a system of
determining, with the greatest accuracy, the
nature of chronic disease without seeing aud
personally examining bU patients. He has
spared neither pains nor expense to associate
with himself, as the Facmltv of the World's
Diien8ary, a larce number of n)-dical gentle
men of rare attainments and skill graduatr
from some of the most famous Medical Col
leges and Universities of both Euro and
America. By aid of Dr. Pierce's system of
diaguoflU, these physician and surgeons an
ntmllv treat, with the moat ptxil ying rucces,
many thousands of invalids without ever see
ing them In person. In recognizing diseases
without a pcronal examination of the patient
thev claim to ponsess no miraculous powers.
Thev attain their knowledge of the patient's
dL-ie by the practical application of well
established principles of modern science to the
practice of medicine. And it is to the accu
racy with which this system has endowed them
that they owe their almost world-wide reputa
tion for tlie skillful treatment of all lingering
or chronic affections. This system of prac
tice and the marvelous succeau'whlch has been
attained throucb it, demonstrate the fact that
disease display certain phenomena, which
Ieing fcubjected to scientinc analysis or syn
thesis, furnish abundant and unmistakable data
to guide tlie judgment of the skillful practi
tioner aright in determining the nature of dis
eaued conditions. The amplest resources for
treating lingering or chronic diseases, and the
greatest skill, are thus placed within the easy
reach of even- invalid, however distant he or
hhc may reside from the physicians making the
treatment of 6uch affections a specialty. The
Ieculiarities of this scientific system of prac
tice arc fullv explained in the Appendix of
"The People"'fl Common Sense Medical Ad
viser," a book of over nine hundred large
pages, which is so popular as to have reached
a sale of almostjone hundred thousand copies
within a few months of it first publication. It
Is sent (joetpaid) by the Author to any ad
dress, on receipt of one dollar and flftv cents.
Addre., H. V. Pierce, M. D., World' e'Dispen
sary, Buffalo. X. Y.
Dentil la ftstsi eavwaew by a severe Cough or
cold. Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup saoaio always
be taken in time, tor It never falls to cure tbe
worst cases or Coughs or Colds aluest Instantly.
I'nce a ceau. ror sale in every arug sior.
Tom. Coxnoli.t. of Dubuque, Iowa, has In
the repository of his mammoth carriage man
ufactory the lakgekt and risraT stock of all
styles o'f Buggies, Carriages and Spring Wag
ons to be found in any repository in this
countrv. All his work Is wakiunted utkictlt
FIU5T CLASS THROUGHOUT, and he GUARANTEE
to sell as low as the have grade of work can
be lought auywhere In the world, and we are
confident that any one intending to buy will
find It DECIDEDLT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE tO
correspond with Mr. Connolly who will answer
all letters promptly the day they are received.
Read's Soke Tiikoat and Catarrh
Powder, acts like magic and is one of
the wonders of the ape. It cures almost
any case of throat disease in a single
day. Sent by mail on receipt of 50 cts.
W. II. Read 179 Baltimore street, Balti
more, Md.; YacSchaack, Stevenson &
Reid, Chicago, Agents.
Read's Grand Duchess Cologne
took the Centennial Medal and is the
finest in America. Twenty-Ore cents
and $1.00 per bottle.
ts7Render your harness water and weather
roof by using Dncle Bass's Harness OiL
w slher Jteswey Easwa is equal to CaB
tb's Extract of Kmart Wiid lor breaking
up a cold and curing hoarseness, pain la tbe
breast. de or back, soreness of tbe Beab and
bones, stillness of the Joints, mumps, swelled
neck. etc. ..i
gjflo preserve animal matter of any kind
after death, artificial means mast be employee.
Thru to kee'n ana utilise the skins of cattle, tbey 1
are tanned and curried, various meaas setng
m tinnui nrt riirrlrf varloDB aaeaaa kelBSrem- I
ployed In tte process, until leather" Is the re
sulL To further preserve this product. It is
necessary to make occasional applications of
preparations similar to those ased by carrier.
The best known compound ef this sort Is Uncle
Nam's Harness OIL w bleb readers leather sort aad
pliable, and effectually cloaca tbe pares against
the entrance or dampness, daat. and the numer
ous other deleterious lnflaeneae which tan to
haten the rleeav of leather.
-Toe only sure remedy. Trial aack-
l age tree, h. SMITH N IP HT. Cleveland. Oblo.
arersraa AaAaa to Loan on
s. etc. Terms 11b-
UUW Lands. Houses, etc Terms lib
postpaid lee. Columbia Card Co.
1 1 No"
FITS sasolstslr sa tvmmiMm
enrvd br tb as of Dr. Hoes' Lptlva-
Ue KcavxlNs. Tbial packaob sen
raar. ASdrsss. su Bumt.
o.su Usia SWMt. Btcaaowp. Isa
Cbeascst In the knows
mrmt trascA amd mUit frtm to JfrmU.
For terms address COULTER A CO.caicago
Made by one Agent In 57 days. 13 new
articles. Ssmplestree. aaaress.
c Jsu usnara,
Thot SMO. klaAa Osbw A KHas Si
WxarzBK Go Woaaa. Cateago. lu.
Cat I tew
W BStasslM 'i-
elgn Patent i
lUtaed in 1M6.
Agenu, WasblBgtoa. o. ";
. ee after allewaaee, Clremlar of
rerereneea. ate atrrasv.
ni nflfl 1 nrr Railr
Kailreaw aad Ex;
ttaaUeas lri rilU'lCH laees taaght.
1 fllJBUlifAl Jti gaaraateed.
t,m whllM Iftarnlav. AAAraas 1
W. Telegraph Institute. JaaesTllle. Wla
a year to Agents- net a
SS5 Shot trtm . For terms ad
d ress. J. won c Asiucaw.
cav waaajawAi Kneioae stai
mWXUMWMWimn un Bals
abled or sound soldUrs prererred.
and oay large. Address, mm MM ft
rmtLmt, Das Moines. iowa
miiiti teacsr taBM f eraaa
in anted Mcaaas SMSk S
A. L. Smrm a Col. PktathM. DL.
ReMrterrL OBeraUra, Pefcwwl Te
EBER & WALTEB8,
. !! awrmuMl
ad ageats for Trait Boxes. Qalaey. DMaeis.
Two laaerasbag works wt
Osagss. inwtfiTly Was.
of care irat to as;
e. seat to nyaeajiseaiiJ
aay article nt3
PHBr iat prices. Free
to any address.
ONTGOXZBY WABB Ct
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at Baylies' Great atercaatlle Ceuege. ateekak.
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dwuiSiiiaws aeaess ef the
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wbera. svrad ff etreslar to Koaasrr Vatxa
a VsT atrsl. 3C T r.OK x ns:
If yo waat beattby, vtyorexs Tvwtt, sy
HOUDM CHICKEN PCWDFR.
a jJUvyeiivref cmt.um.M ; a 4 x
rsls a rartsg It I warrsntw: ! ju
tlou. Nrat by mslL as. BE. fwWEU. r
arlfsr. Oorarr Mala aaa Ktiitrrct. tta.
STEEL HOKSE HHOK.H.
Farater mi Onaera ef Her
ran at teaat
SO PEB CKXT IX 3IONKY.
byasieg BTXEL SHOES ta th rla or IKO'H
For sal by all leading bardwar oaia tbroegt.
oat tbe coon try S-l fcr rlrcclr t
CLXVXLaD ROLLI5G BtILLXU
Manarartarvrs. OrveiaxuS. Mblo
"O Mm. ZB A MM, M
TFIXKJST rUTi TOBACTO
t Ua WKX.I. ASK fnr
It. TAKE 0 OTMCK
TH EWE? TBBICCO CO.,
1 14 Water s.u. H V.
Ts jmmm m lsw. assalerw, tirava.ar;
riaitra !.. upoa ltuprtvrt
farms In saan if SAassS) sod oprd tor im
of S log years. Interest at 10 fer cn. vS)atle
Cholrr Iowa loan of t.o and opwardf xaAr
at vt rent interest.
SCIIOOL OM WAKTEO. Arrljf to
BlUgAI M TriLKY".
Council llluS. i.
100 IJeodUJ 4ls
stacspeC In cular us
betnp cloth for foundations of rugs. The method
mt Billug them by band In any borne, with rag or
yarn. Is very staple yet snprrsor to any other, mak
ing tb Boat eirjant asd durable rurs in um of
waste pieces. Catalogue and dlrrctloa free to
alL A sample patters KUS3 in., sent by mall, pos
tage paid, on rrclpt of 30 cents. Agrnts waotctL
Address A. GIBBS 76 State St.. I 'hippo. Ilu
Magical Witch Hazel Ointment !
A PaaltlT Cair for Mies. Old horrs, triors.
InBsmed Kyelldi. Kollf. Carbuncle. Corns, Hun
tons. Chapied Hands Arsc.
Price. - SS rents jer box. Prepaid by sctll J
t Itoxea. by mall, prrpalit for - - II i
One doien. by mall, prrpsic.for - - tsr
end for a trial box and rnnndrntlsl ctrrnlar to
ngents, and vou will lr sure to order more, a
you will And tt the most magical brallng and
curing mdiclne you rvrr itW, Srml all sum
over One Dollar In Pit Offlre Older tr Hrlixrrtil
Letter. Address C C. HP.ISTUL
II Kait llocUin street. n York.
Xew YorkStationen 1'HckHjr HT1d,l,
W Exfelnior," Prlc, 25 rvntK-jB
Contains the Finest Articles, snd I the MOM
VALUAHLK Parkage nt the kind In rh wurld
EACH PACKAGE COITAIIS A TALUABLF. CEETinCATL
Notick. This nvrloir rontalns more t
tlonery than any other Variety Parks;e snd !
the only Genuine Package msdr up, Y.trrr pack
age also contain one or two Valwahlr sleeea
r Jearely. and over M houirnold rrriDti
Hend for circular of references. C. O 1IKINTOL.
21 East Houston street, New Tork.
1 Indifferent machines with
I "J which Iltillners. Cabinet
I Maker. Wagon Makers
I f I and Jobbers In Mlsrella
M, Wneous work can eo in pete
BstOCALITT AKD PKICRWlth
steam power manufacturing;
also Amateur'n supplies, saw
blades, fancy womIs and de
signs. Hav where you read thl
and send forcs'alorueand prl
res VT. r. A JoRjr ItAKKMM
Itackrord. Wlniietiago Co.. Ills.
$15 OO. GENEVA WATCH CO.
Importers of the great fit Stem Winder. A beau
ttrul heavy stem winder and stem setting watrh
In solid 4oz. open race, stoned nickel rjse. 11 full
jewels, expansion balance, adltuted to heat, cold
and position. We guarantee the best time piece
aad most economical watch ror railroad men,
farmers, school teachers, mechanics and bunlnes
saea. yet Invented, and tbe price place it within
reach or all. Do tit pay gw or " ror a watrh
when you can buy this one tor f IV Went "C O.
D.." to any part or the U. . with nrlvlleeeot ex
amining before taking. Over 5. Ska in ue In ew
Tork State atone. Address. Oksicva Watch Co
a porters; Western ogee M Clark St Chlras-o. Ill
We Aiwa y Go to the
A born House
aacAUSB rr is thb
IB&mx xx tlio Oity.
PRICKS KKAHONAIII E
Omnibuses Run to all Trains.
Tbe proprietor Is
G. B. BROWN
rOU TfUX USE NO OTHER.
STJse De Rojer's p
PUNISH CATARRH SNUFI
ror all diseases of the so a and hiad, and ror
tbe care of CaTABKB. one or the asost common
aad asost disagreeable or complaint. Hundred
or testlaionlais could be given, bat tbey would be
aseiees. as atrial ef it Is Its bet tUnonlat lu
effect Is efleaeloas. rleasing. sate and sure. Sold
by all druggists at is cent per box or postaee
free by nalL C. DE KOJEBL IX W. Xaln street
Boebe ter. !. T. JtmaaaiiAva A Haas. Io
baqni wbolesale agents ror Iowa
Oii-Boli Haxd, ajtd
Two-Hole Hand, or rower
with raas attscbed
celled. If eaaaltd. b
T any otber
asaka eapenor aaisa, aaa
W. O. A W. BAEXES.
It ean he ad
Justed to eer
lorm aaore or
while in ato
nes, ror sale
hy dealers ev
by W T. EJI
port. 1111 nols.
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rJclit Hlsew fr bIsmssI Vwa.
WtlsUsi frt 21 to SS I be.
Taire Slsra tor Hsrso sswer.
The mrh're ill.l work on thr CentennlaS
Gnmmla ejual to trn j-r nrUtnary vi
without !. of tltnn fornUarpenltigorrnjjairs
cmipletlj- dUlanring thrir MiraprUUir
In the trial of atx mouths constant u.
GRAHAM. EMLEN 4 PAWMORE, ra4laiaaa.
tiend for Iecrtptlve Cstalogoe wltb rrlrri
WITH HIGH PRICES
CHICAGO SCALE CO.,
tl ? W. Monro t , Chlragv. Ill
4-Inn Haj Scale-, t"J ,,KJ I ri rr. !V).
All other lJrs at a gTeat reduction. All Scales
WakaTI erd fur Ctrcnlar and Pricey LUL
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fliHm'"k,r' MtH 11 .w 1 1 ye r.n
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rwelallr inteaded tor children. Different styles
ju. M. and so cents, mate wnai knlte is waataa.
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BT"Por saletu aliuuat Try lb la IMiate at
A!JutHhta to Thrro lUfTrrrnt
Widtlia of Itt.WN.
24 Years or Snccessfol OperatiOD.
Han'rdi "f Tbort4t of Fsrwers, srt its
multlptte.1 vletnrle li the Sd al eifc.
attest Its worth, and rlblUb it Clalla la tttfert
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