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Bllllli I itiiMiill
THE DEATH Or MAt munuii,
IfrTTas .the EessIC of o CcM Contracted
Hattbew Sonierorirfo Morgan, bettcr
Jatcnra to tha pizlSiic as Iduvtb Morgan,
who died recenSirta Xcv'York cit$ had
an everitful life dad did, much during
his earner to elevate the standard of
iurtistic work. He -OTae'iiosa in. London,
England, flfi5vena -sears ago, and from
his father and mofcaer trSio -crera both
actors ana musi
cians, ho inherited
for mi.irdcry. Ho
jrassed his youth
in the study of
followed that pro
fession for some
yesrs at the Prin
cess theatre in.
L.o a d o n . Subse
quently, as corre
spondent of The
eled in Europe, Asia aiVd Africa. Noxt ha
was identified, as part pf-03rietor, with the
publication ol The Oxlr.i.'svk and Fun,
two LaiaoraUS papers of Loadon. In 1870
he brsyac politil cartoonist of Frank
Leslie's Hla3trtted IsBsrair at 2Sew
York, and. latex on return vi to his original
profec-.ion of ser? prkid ?. Ho was the
founder of tiw: TdU Hori -n Art Pottery
coni"?.ny and tfce Ciocmut i Art Students'
league. Hisdoath resulted, from a cold con
tracl while at vr-ori on tba decorations
of the new iiadiaon Stiurtresarden in Xew
Tbe GSntton AXonrt- Escaped.
The New Jersey- hen litis- other qualities
besides the egg Laying oiic to recommend
her to consideration. The-ather day a train
on the Greenwood Lake jtailroad was ap
proaching a station when a hen with a
br oi o; eleven lively chickuns found her
self rd her family directly in front of the
locomotive. Thcu ..v veiy little time to
be loov,, and the ben iot noie. With wings
end voie sho urged the lihickens out of
dangtr. Tn -of the litl'ie things were
driven oil tb track by the old hen, and .she
was ju3t begin cixig to caclde a salf congrat
ulatory nolo wiion slw discovered that her
eleven i charge was vitro.-iling with a-buji
a few yanb, m front ofthetpilot. instantly
Bhe floiv back, and wll.i a ilow of her-ma-ternid
brwom scrrt-the ddt-tory chicken fly
ing through the spaca tc-saifety; but she
hid no tinre to loliow, am. a second later
sh wns a sJinpoless rnrsss of feathers.
The dreariest part of tLo rageuy,Tiaw
cverjlaym tho infantile dot enn rnation. of
the ten chickcr-s ou the oiLor sicSeaflho
track to follow tl -nr mother, iVir they were
tul disinterred b th. wuj'h'of the cars.
The only one saved t . s thc-ch VJrun whose
gluttony had caused the catesttopae.
How the Sea Swallows She- Xarul.
There is a bread lowland, wq-it Profes
sor MGco, stretching from Sapatb'Hook to
CapoHcnry, and anothcrwashed,'byIis3is
Eippi sound, upon which the-ssa is enoroach
ing; they are wave fashioned plains, but
recently wrested from the ocean w, and ocean
reclaims its own. Already its octopus arms
liavo seized the lowlands in Horrid em
brace, and day by dsy, month .Vy month,
year 1 y year, generation by fcni't lit ion, the
grasp is tihtmnir, tLo r:onster creeping
further a d further inh-nd. lich average
year thivarenuark advances a lod. The
Kcasida cottage with a broad iawn before it
Ls an "orj'cctatjou of lifo" of a tteeade or
gciiwtiou; but the cottage at theveroof
fit tiiff may go in a year and mast go in u
1 astrnm, un.es.4 human devices outwit and
overpower the waves for an exceptional
period. On most other eastern and outh
eracots tLo waves aro also cBcroaching,
but their progress is slower. And the
ccc an's power is too great for punyman
to oppose f-ucccsrfully; ho can only pro
vide against, and slowly retreat before, the
Sill an Admirer of Clay.
In thce later days it is a matter of won
d"r to note the reverence and affection with
w hich the old time political leaders inspir
ed their followers. Col. Michael Kins, liv
ing not far from Lexington, Ky., closed his
cin rca voter after Henry Clay's defeat
fcr the presidency. He still biases outwith
"rath vh:.jscer discussing tho mel2iods
used to t- iUiaph over "Harry of the west."
Th ether da- ho road an account of the
incomer in which his political chief was
Uvat a at the AVlug convention of 1S4S.
I'inishmg tbJTiarrati-o, lio stepped to the
fro plaiv and taking down his rifle turned
to Ida pnuidsoii and sternly asked: "Aro
any ol them pcoundrels alive" Tho yonng
man, alarmed lest his grazidfatlier should
Btart oiT in quest of tlto parties who de
ieatieJ Clay, hastily answered: "Xo, grand
f ither, there ipn'tany of them left; theyall
went to to Hades years ago." "The
Lord's will badone!"' piously ejaculated the
orthodox old colonel, as he replaced the
riilo on its hooks.
What the Hand Indicates.
Professor Mosso, an Italian physiologist,
has made some interesting investigations,
b ed on the idea that the hand varies in
tlze with the amount of blood present in it
tt any moment. In his first experiments
the hsul was placed in a closed vessel of
water, when the chango in tho circulation
producrd by the sdigatest action of the
Lod'- or brain, tho smallest thought or
movement, was shown by a rise or fall in
tho liquid in tho narrow neck of tho 't essel.
Vith a large balance, on which tho hori
7. ntil human body may be poised, he
found that one's thoughts may be literally
weis'ii-xl, and that even drcmns or tho effect
of a slight sound during slumber will turn
the blood to the brain sufficiently to sink
tho balance at the head. Tho changing
pulso evon told him when a professional
friend was reading Italian and when Greek,
the gnuitor effort for tho latter duly affect
ing tho blood flow.
tmuutiu mji'-iiarx 'muwimhu aju ih-iiu
u Urn mill
IS tho testimony of Dr. George E.
Waller, of "Martinsville, Va., in
reference to Ayer's Pills. Dr. J. T.
Teller, of Chittenango, Is. Y., says :
"Ayer's Pills are highly appreciated.
They arc jorfect in form aud coating,
and" their effects aro all that the most
careful physician could desire. They
have supplemented all the pills former
ly popular here, and I think it must bo
long before any other can be made that
will at all coii'pure with them. Thoso
who buy Ayer's Pills get full value."
"I regard Ayer's PilK as one of tho
most reliable general remedies of our
times. They have been m ue in my
family for v arious affections requiring a
purgative medicine, and have given un
varying satisfaction. "Wo have 'found
them an excellent lemedv for colds aud
1 ehr fevers." "W. 11. "Woodson, Fort
" crth. Texas.
" I prescribe Ayer's Pills in my prac
tice, aud find them excellent. I urso
their ceneral use in families." John
"W. BrWii, M. D., Oceana, "W. Ya.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all DrugyiMs sad Doi5er in VJ-is
The Afclantic Association Is
. Strong and Healthy.
IT DOESNT ESCAPE THE BIG T7AS.
Xho FJglit Betrreia tlio Brotherhood
and the National Xcagno Affect Every
ProfesBionjil Ball Clal in tlio I-and.
Prospects in the Pennant Race.
Thexa barvo bEm -maTiyaftempts mado
during tho past ten years to establish a
minor leaguo in the east that should be
permanent, but ail havo bean failures for
reasons hardly worth recalling now. The
latest attempt, howcter, which resulted in
the organization of the Atlantic associa
tion, seems to mo to havo a stability to it
that may make it a peiinanont feature of
our baseball family of leagues. There
would not boa doubS of this wore it not for
the baseball war occasiossd by the revolt
of the players of tho National leaguo and
the stagnation of general interest, which
allure now compeliod to admit is likely to
continue as long as tho war exists. This
matter affects the Atlantic association as
it affects all leagues, and if the Atlantic
association goes under the baseball conflict
between the two big lesuca will be solely
responsible for it.
There are some- vary strongmen in tho
association, men who never qnit and who
never know when they are beaton. Tho
main props of the organization aro John
W. Shoemaker, of Xewark; James X.
Braden, of Jersey City; "Walter W. Burn
ham, of New Haven; F. J. Lang, of Hart
ford; William Barnie, of Baltimore; James
A. Cndworthy, of Worcester, and John
Burdock, of Jersey City. Of these Mr.
Shoemaker and the three Bs Braden,
Burnham and Barnie have done the prin
cipal work in putting the association on a
sound basis, and to their individual efforts
is really duo its presont existence, because
they held things together when the situa
tion was critical, and by wise moves and
skillful steeriagmanaged to avoid the rocks
of disaster against which the association
seemed to be sure to go.
These four man rescued the association
from sluUlow waters, smashed up an or
ganization which was seeking to dismem
ber it, aad patching up the damaged cir
cuit started out with better prospects than
ever. The circuit at present has only one
really weak member, the Wilmington club,
and that is weak of necessity, as it was al
most the last to come in, and tho club
mast needs struggle along until it gets a
team and experience. Some club must be
last in the race, and it is only natural that
the weakest team should go to the walL
After a season, if the Wilmington peoplo
Btick, they will get a fair team together,
and with a good manager can expect to
make a showing that will be more satis
factory. I am not In a position, to know anything
very definite as to the financial success of
the Leaguo this season. From general in
formation it is my impression that tho
Xew Haven, Baltimore, Newark and
Washington clubs are not losing any
money, and that tho former orub has done
very well financially. At Hartford, Worces
ter and Jersey City there has bm very
littlo profit, but the gentlemen connected
with the clubs appear to bo satisfied, so I
presume the deficit ts not large. Tho Wil
mington club is a largo loser, mainly be
cause of the poor playing of its team.
The pennant race has been a most inter
esting one. The first six clubs aro very
evenly matched and tho fight between
them has been hot. At tho start the Wash
ington team cut out a tarrific paco and
seemed to have a runaway race of it, but
after a while tho other clubs got their
speed and have succeeded in pulling Hew
itt's team down to fifth place, but tho team
Is too good a one to remain contented with
that position. It ought to finish at least
fourth or better.
The fight at present is between Burn
ham's 2sew Haven team and Barnie's
Orioles. These teams, with Worcester and
Newark, will probably run up and down
tho gamut from now to October, but it
seems to me that th final struggle will bo
one of management rather than teams,
and th" it will come between Burnham
and Barnie on the end of tho season. It
will be a toss up between the two if they
keep their teams to tho front until tho
clcc. Of course allowance mnst be mado
for accidents, either Xew Ilaven or Balti
more is apt to havo some of their most re
liable players injured, which will, of-course,
make a great difference. The general im
pression, except at Xew Haven, is that
Baltimore will land a winner. There is a
chance, however, that the favorite will slip
up. Personallj- I pin my faith to Xew
Haven, with Baltimore to finish second.
The managers of tho Atlantic Associa
tion aro ambitious .as well as able men, and
there seems to be no good reason why their
organization should not become a perma
nent one. That it will be I have no doubt,
if they can keep it going until tho fight be
tween tho two great leagues has been fin
ished or a truco called Se-iretaxy J. X.
Braden, who is the v'ai man in the right
place, says that the association is solid
financially and sure to go ahead. Tho
scheme of IWessrs. Barnie and Burnhais
to get the Athlotic club into the associa
tion has not been abndonad by any means,
but is only sleeping. From present ap
pearances, however, it is doomed to a long
sleop, as the American association seenis
likely to hold together. If, however, such
a deal could be arranged the Atlantic asso
ciation would be a fLvtnro surely.
There is a goueral impression that the
American association outclasses the Atlan
tic to a great extent Tins is principally
becauso under the National agreement tho
American is recognized as a major league.
As a matter of fact the Atlantic association
is rich in playing material, and while tho
American teams as a rule are better, tho
difference is not so great as is generally
supposed. Tho Xew Havens,, Baltimores,
Washiugtons and Xewark would all hus
tle the best club in the American associa
tion, and on tho whole the clas3 of ball
playing furnished by the Atlantic teams is
quite as interesting and enjoynble as that
put up by tho American teams as at present
constituted. W. L Harris.
ON THE GREEN CLOTH.
Albert Powers, the pool expert who re
cently defeated Alfredo Dc Oro for the
championship at continuous pool, has been
challenged by Charles Manning to play for
tho championship and the B. B. C. Co.
emblem and a stake of ?300. The games
will take place in Brooklyn on the even
ings of Juno 19, 20 and 2L
"While running 1,000 points at tha straight
rail game ia his recant billiard match
with J. P. B. McCieery on a 4K9 table,
Jacob Schsefer made four circuits of tho
table. The bills did not par; once while
he was doing this great work.
DAUGHTERS OF EVE.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland presided at the
flower stand of a charity fair in Xew York
recently and sold roses as fast as'she could
hand them out at 2o each.
Miss Maggie A. Muse, of Mount Carmel,
Ky., has recently bcn granted a patent on
a soot catcher which it is believed will an
swer equally well as a spark catcher.
Miss Julia Xeilson, an English girl, as
pires to become the successor of Mary An
dersen. She has been on the stago two
years and is but aljttle more than 2a
T3j Bessy Babies "tVio Hare-'-Astonished
tie Pocifio Ooaai.
Musical prodigies are not calculated to
excite much attention when he freak con
sists only in being ablo to run over the
notes of a piece o music after hearing it
rendered. But when the genius goes
through an entira family of iotua'girls, and
enables them at the tender agefof 4 years
to render tho most difficult andi!assicmri
sic on almost any instrument from a vio
lin to a piano, and more, tencompose such
pieces as music publishers - are willing to
accept, then the talent calls tfor recogni
tion. THE BEAST BABIES.
Such a family of girls has attracted at
tention in San Francisco. The "Beasy
Babies," as they are called, arelcoipsisters,
aged 11, 9, 7 and 4 respectively.
Jennie, tho oldest, recently dreamed that
she was a guest at tho White House in
Washington, and the result of her dream
was a beautiful nocturne called '"A Dream
of tho White House," which she-dedicated
to President Harrison, and sont-a..copy to
tho president's wife, who retnrned to tho
littlo author an autograph letter in ac
knowledgment. Tho San Francisco jiapers have "published
several of Jennie's compositions, and the
quartet has frequently appeared in',pnblio
entertainments in that city.
The father of the Beasy Babies is a
painter by trade and a man with outaneans.
But he is wisely devoting every spare dol
lar to the musical education of his-wonderful
The most difficult selections aro rendered
with remarkable accuracy, and littlo Vio
letta, only i years old, is master of tho vi
olin. These children will yet be heard from in
the musical world.
A CHAMPION HURDLER.
J. P. Ixje, Who Has Beaten the World at
j. p. :lee.
J. P. Lee, tho champion hurdler of tho
world at 220 yards, is a Xew Yorker by
birth, but at present a student at Harvard
college. Ho has been running three years,
during which time he has won numerous
races. It is but recently, however, that ho
has developed his wonderful speed. lie
was a member of the team sent by Harvard
last year to compete for intercollegiate
honors, and ibot-econd prize in tho 220
yards dash. Early in the spring Lee com
menced hurdling, and improved so rapidly
at this stylo of running that he was able to
place to his credit a world's record of 23 and
2-5 -seconds May 17, 1890, at Berkeley oval.
Again at tho IntercoOegiato games, he did
another remarkable performance. He ran
the distance, 220 yards, in 25 seconds,
defeating Herbert Mapes, the well known
Columbia college hurdler, aad lowering
his own world's record. Leo has a fine
Ehysiquo and is surprising as a runner, as
e looks to bo built more for heavy athletio
work than ho is for sprinting.
A race for forty footers will be sailed this
year under the auspices of the Corinthian
Yacht club of Xew York. Tho raco will
bo a sweepstakes at 100 each for starters,
625 if declared out by June 30; $50 if de
clared out by June 3L Thero will be no
It is expected and hoped by American
yachtsmen that tho new Burgess forty
footer GoGsaon will knock the spots out of
the cutter Minerva.
The twenty rating cutter Yrcda, which
gave the Dragon, the crack boat of her
class, so much trouble last year, ha3 been
purchased by a Canadian yachtsman.
The price paid by Commodore Tucker, of
the Eastern Yacht club, for tho Sea Fox
So many thirty footers have been lately
built that tho interest in that class is at its
An Xnjrlish Pedestrian.
John Thomiison, who recently matched
himself at Yarmouth, England, to walk
twenty miles i n
four hours for
tho feat with 9
minutes, 31 sec- j
onds to spare.
Thompson felt so
safe as to the re
sult that during
tho last half mile
ho carrie-d his
grandson on his
is in his 50th year.
Ho has taken part
i n numerous
walk cgain&t time
took place on the
course was a half
mie, at a point
where the r o a a
straight and quite
the tins was not
remarkably fast (W. Parkins, &i London,
ViTlkeU the same distance m 2 hours &)
minutes 37 beconds, July 16, 1S77 the per
formance created considercblc interest in
Aformcr resident of the United States,
Mrs. Georgia Gilt, is now living in Berlin,
and is president of s society called the
"King's Daughter." having for its object
to provide a place of worship for American
One of the pretty Canadi&n women who
adorn the society of Ottawa is Mists Eva
O'Meara, a tall, slender blonde, with a del
icate complexion, blue eyes and dark eye
lashes. She i the daughter of a prominent
Belva Lockwood has a law practice that
brings her in njorenwaey tJuii.consittis-
J3utlhe mosV loving husband will see
Hie difference in his home ifyou use
08 ft saves
Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at
home, he will seek elsewhere for it. Good housewives know
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright.
Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you
want cleanliness, comfort and happiness ? Try SAPOLIO
and you will be surprised at vour success.
worth 520,000, and a country place worth
$3,000, all acquired in a comparatively short
time from her legal business.
Mrs. Arthur Stannard, the English novel
ist, and tho author of "Booties' Baby,"
writes for three hours a day in a little room
which, with a book case, a table and three
or four chairs, leaves little space for in
truders upon the sanctity of an author's
Mme. Furtado-Heine, who has the rep
utation of being as kind as she is rich, has
the most distinguished Israelitish salon in
Paris, after those of the Rothschild family.
She is one of tho two or three woman who
have over been privileged to weir the cross
of the Legion of Honor.
A new toothbrush, six for 1 cent.
Four boxes of matches for of a cent.
A pair of sandals made of straw cost 1
Day's board for a jinrfMsha man and
tho laboring-class, lodging and two meals,
Cloth cotton-with a pretty flgure enough
for a girl's kimono or dress, 60 sen, equal
to 43 cents.
Three men with two jinrikisha drag two
persons and baggage four miles up a steep
mountain road for 3-1 cents.
A servant girl for oco month's service
gets 125 yen, eqaal to 98 cent3. She is fur
nished also bath money and hair dressing
money, about 20 cents.
The outlay for commencing housekeep
ing for furniture, bedding, mats, cooking
utensils, table service, such as needed by a
young couple of laboring class, costs S3.S6.
Tho pay per day for laborers and artisans
Is about as follows: Blacksmiths, 22 to 37
cents; painters, 18 to 2S cents; coolies, 15 to
22 cents; gardeners, IS to 37 cents; carpen
ters, 30 to 45 cents.
Tho rent of a neat house, with pretty
gardens, containing one room of eight
mats, one of four mats, one of two mats,
and three rooms of six mats each, besides
kitchen, 750 yen, equals S5.G3 per month.
The total sales of Rev. E. P. Roo's works
up to April 10, 1S90, was 3,027,000 copies.
Walt Whitman refuses any longer to
see callers on any pretext, and secludes
himself almost entirely.
Zola and Daudet used to dine together
and call it "tho dinner of tho disappoint
ed;" now they have no occasion for such a
Capt. Joshua Slocum is the.author of
the "Voyage of the Liberdale," a woll told
narrativo of ocean adventure written in an
interesting nautical style.
Jan Ilofmeyr, "thePamellof theDutch,"
made his mark by writing for Tho Zurd
African, a South African paper which
voiced the sentiment of Butch Cape Colony.
Archbishop Ryan, of Philadelphia, who
is the new editor-in-chief of The American
Catholic Review, is said to bo one of tho
most enlightened and progressive prelates
in tho American Roman Catholic- church.
Clwdfardd, the Welsh bard, who is to be
the recipient of 200 sterling from the
royal bounty fund, is older than has been
supposed; he is 90 years old, but even at
fourscore years and ten is halo andmearty.
Prince de Chimay, head of the Belgian
noble house into which Miss Ward, of De
troit, has taken 32,000,000, is a diplomatist
and excellent violin player.
The German emperor on his travels al
ways has with him a big box filled with
the decorations of various orders, to bestow
according to his philosophic fancy.
Tho king of Sweden's literary works, con
sisting of dramas, poems, essays and trans
lations, are to bo published in throe vol
umes, and a fourth volume will bedevoted
The Princess Waldemar has such a gift
for painting scenes from animal life that
competent judges have pronounced that,
had she been borne in a different sphere,
she might have rivaled Rosa Bonhcur.
King George, the present king of the
Hellenes, was, on accepting the Greek
crown, from a midshipm&n made a full
blown admiral by King Frederick VH of
Denmark. Eling Frederick was extremely
fond of a joke and often chafed the youth
ful prince about his rapid promotion.
A Chinese brido when putting on her
wedding garments stands in a round shal
low basket. This is supposed, to insure a
nlacirL well rcanded life in her new hora.
Tho Brother of l'komas Carlyliv.
Different viow3 are taken by different
people of the same person. A case in poin t
i3 that of James Carlyle, the farmer bro
ther of Thomas Cariylc, who has just died
in England. Of him Thomas hac put it on
record that he wra on "excellent old ad
mirable specimen," whatover in the depre
ciatory language of brotherhood that may
mean. Another witness hs3 Itft a mora
enduring testimonial He was a roadman
of Ecclcfeehan, wh on bercg asted about
the sage, replied: "A worthless char&ater!
Has written a wheen books that narbody
understand; but there's his brither Jamie.
o' Scottsbrig, he's a man he sends mair
Ewine into Ecclef ochan than ony other far-
id air wittiie iiaiiitis:
n PEftBS'-Tte BfBEi English
Jsright clear compiesLon
labor in nouse:wo.w
Calvin Brlce's daughters are capital
whips besides being pretty, dashing and as
English in manner and speech as the beau
tiful and adaptable Duchess of Marlbor
ough. Mrs. Reginald De Kovan, Senator Fax
well's daughter, is an accomplished lin
guist, speakins: French and German flu
ently, and being conversant with Greek
Mrs. Mary Webb, whose name has be
come familiar the country over from her
position as matron at police headquarters,
Xew York, has resigned, after eighteen
Mrs. George P. Wfllits is described as
being one of the most striking of Chicago's
young matrons. She is tall and unusually
graceful, with a charming figures She has
dark hair and eyes.
Jane Simmons, a woman liviag in Mid
dle Edgeville, Ga., is said to bo the first
woman in the south to become a butcher
by profession. She can kill, clean and cut
up more hogs in a day than any man in the
Ei? O basslven nntvet
s&l satisfaction ia tlis
cure of Gonorrhoea and
Gleet. I prescribe it and
feel safe in recommend
ing it to all sufferers.
A.J. ST0'EB, M.U.,
PRICE. SI. 00.
Bold by Drucffists.
I'rimarv. Secondary or Tert'arr nermanently
cured In 3) to 0 clays. We eliminate all polon from
the system. o that there can never be a return of
the disease in any form.
I'arues can be treatea at
will contract to .uro them
or refund all monev and pay entire expense of com
inp, railroad fare and hotel bills. Wo challenge the
iorld for a case v. a can not cure. Mention this
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MS OF YOUTH. I
SUFFERERS FROlt fe
IVcrToui Debility, g
Da Vntfv Hum DliifPimill T
i 3fmv mpn. from thft efteet at Touthfnl
q imprudence, have brought about a date of C!
j weakness lam nas reaueea ino Kenrim -j.
tcra so much ng to lnouco almost eTcry
other disease, and the real cause of tha
trouble scarcely eror belni? stupected, they
aro doctored for everything l?ut the ri:rht
one. Notwlthstandlcsr the many valuable
remedies that medical science ha. produced
fior me reiier ol mis cias or pauems, none
of tho ordinary mode of trrotraent effecta
cure. During our extensive college and hos
pital practice we have experimented with
and dlvoverednewand concentrated reme
dies:. The accompanying prescription is or
fered as a certain nnd speedy Cure, as
hundreds of coses in iur practice taa.v been
restored to perfect health by its tua after
all other remedies failed. Terf ectly pore ln
irrpdfpnf.nncf. Ka iaH in thft nrenftratinn of
this nr.riritlnn. s
K Erythroxylon coca, 1-2 drachm, &
Jerubobln. 1-2 drachm. 1
ttl Ilelonlaj? Dlolca. 1-2 drachm. '
1 1 Gchemln. 8 trralns.
5 Ext. iunatlm amarse (alcoholic),! grains
r Ext. leptandra, 2 scrupled.
O Glyerine, o F. Mix.
-A MaVeC0piIl3. Take 1 pill at 3 p. nx, and an
5 other on (coins: to bed. In some cae it will
" be neceary for the patient to tT.e two pills
f This remedy I" adapted to every condition of 5jf
.? nervous ceDuiiyora weaicnesa in ecerex, i
i; and especially In thoe cases rerultlcp from j
rcr thUrv-storaUvearetnilyaetonlshlntr.andits f
lanjrcld, debilitated, nervetef condition to 5J
oneofienewed life and Tijror. Cl
Ai wo are cc.ntantl r in receirt of letter of 7 4
ir.qu ry relative to this remedy, wo would J5J
u-h: i-iLiuut-u lur usuurt uni'ji'uuiikTF-3 uio .
u. byremlttinjr $1 a eurly realed pick
axe containing CO pfll, carefully coai
Douned. will be ent br return mall from
'& ourpnve laboratory, or wo will furnish a pi
H pacScacea.wbi'-hwi 1 cure most cases, for Ji. fl
j? Addre nrci!l on 1
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nnd .tlnclns; mo.t at
night; wor br
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BALL Wf HURTS,
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JjWOcarttei not to
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A2TI : ALL : KIXLS : OF : BUILDIXG : MATERIAL.
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Yards connected with, all railroads In the city
A XlostiB3? Island.
Sadawnga Lake, a large-sized pondf In
Whitingham, Vt., has one of the moscre
markablo islands in the world within its
borders. The island is larger than any
farm in the neighborhood, containing-over
150 acres. Its peculiarities lie in tlo fact
that it daily shifts its petition, beir(g first
on the north, then on the south and again
on the east or west borders of thodnke. It
Is known ou "the floating island,1" and has
kept up its aberrant voyage since time out
of memory. It how many trees upon i;s
surface, some of which aro from twenty to
thirty feet in height, besides an immense
thicket of cranberry bnshes. It israre that
a portion of the island breaks oil nnd Binkut
to tho bottom, and its stability haa made it
a favorite resort for picnickers and pthccxw
seeking an outing. Holes have been cut
through tho crusvand nh canjrht, much
after the fashion of-catehing thembrough
tho ice in winter time. St. Louis Ro
577 Miles - 1105 Minutes.
via SANTA FE ROUTE.
Vestibule Pullman Sleepers,
Vestibule Diking Cars,
Fhee Recliking Chair Cabs.
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for further specimens of railroad mathe
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The best, quickest and most direct line
from Wichita to St. Lonis and all princi
pal eastern, southeastern and northern
The Frisco line runs two dally express
trains from Wichita to St. Louis without
change, equipped with Pullman palare
sleepers and frt-e reclining chair car5. No
other line does it. Close connections in J?t
Louis union dpot with solid vefetibule er
nrefcs trams, without change, to Chicago,
Louisville. Ci nnnuati, Cleveland, Pitts
burg, Philadelphia. New York and Boston
The popularity of this line being uni
versally acknowledged by all competitors,
all passenger trains of other railway lin
entering Wichita from the north, south
and west arrive m time to connect with
the Frisco line fa&t cxprtos trams to the
If you cannot purchase through tirkots
reading via Fnsco line from vour fetartlng
point, it will pay you to purcS to Wich
ita m order to seure the advantages and
comforts of this line.
For further information regarding rates,
time, connections and through reservation
of sleeDtnir car accommodations call upon
or address W. D. Murdock, ticket ageat,
122 North llain street, orDoogUw avenue
union depot. D. WisHAKT.
Gen. Paw. Agent,
d5&-tf St. Loois, Mo
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The Fort Scoit, WichitA & Westiern rail
way "Missouri Pacific Kontt?" in the tn&j
line ronning polid trains tbrovga from
Wichita to Kanaa Ctty aad Sc Loute.
Leavirlg Wichita at 9 15 p. n. you arrive at
Kansas city neit raormag at 7 o'clock.
Pullman palace aieejHag aad trtrndia
ing chair car" throe n to Kaan&N City atkd
St. Louts without change. K-sieetaWif
you go via. the Fort Scott Rout you are
not depecdeat on main line cossectaonji at
Junction Potat, but you go right throoKh
on Aolid traias. This k th oalr romUs
whose main hne runs throcgk Wichita.
All trains are !3&de Tip here and run
through toiid to Kjhmk City to St Lotiai.
It is tie saortssS line by frty-e4ghi zaiis
and two boars the quiekosc Two traiiM
daily to be Lotus aad al! potabc iawc
Ticket oSce 17 North Mala strwc Dp
corser Second acd Width strw.
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ROCK ISLJUTD. DAVE?TPOrtT. DE8 MOINES.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. WATEItTOWIT. SIOUX
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PJX. ATCHISON. LEAVENWOKTU. KArf8A8
CITT. TOPEKA, DKNVElt, COLORADO BP-JIQII
and PUEBLO. Frea IteclinlucCfaolr Cars to audi
from CHICAGO. CALDWELL. HUTCHINSOir
nnd DODQE CITT, and PiUuc Sleoplnir Cr bo
tweon CinCAOO.WICJITTA and HUTCIONBOrT.
Dallr Trnins to and irom KINOFISUJUt, la th
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TfUlKS
of Through Coaches. Blnopern, and Dining Cars '
dallr botwoon CHI CAOO. DES MOrNXS. COUN
CIL BLUFFS and OMAHA, nnd Fro Rcllnina
Chair Cant hotween C1DCAOO and DKHVBR,
COLORADO SPIUNOa nnd PUEBLO, tU Ht. Jos
eph, or Kruiaaa City and Tojka. Excuralona
dallr. "Tltli Choico of Ilout to end from Salt
Lake. Fortlnnd, Lob Angeles and- Ban FraneUoo.
Th Direct Uno to and from Plka'a I'oak. SSaaS
tou. Oardon of th Ooda. tho Bjnltarluaaa. a&d
Bcenlo Orondeurs of Colorado,
Via Tho Albert Loa Routo.
Solid Exprecs Trains dallr b-t-oren Chlcaco and
Ulnneapolia and 8t roal. with THllOUOir n
cllnlnar Cha r Cars FIlEn to and from thot
yolnta and Kaaaa City Tbrotish Chair Car and
Sleeper bef-reen Peoria, Spirit Laka and Sioux
Falls via Socli. lalwid. Tb Favorlta Una to
Watertown, BlonxraUs. thoBumaierlUserts and
Huntlns anil Flahlnrf Orounda of tba Northwest.
Th Short Lin via Hsnera and Kankakeo oSsrs
faclUtieo to travel to and from Indianapolis. Cin
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E. ST. JOHN, JOHH 8EBAST1AH
Oenl 3Ccaaifr. Oiul Tkt. 6s Pwss. Agt.
A Dtcinr fton OJrl.
To Pell a UfVleCA.
To iter Real Zau.io.
Bwd and idTerrfso in Oar Want Colonm
fiaftrlae fron the effects of yocthfel tcts. mxlr1
decsy.irastlnjf eakcAts. lost nssnhood. ete I wjit
aad a TaluiMa trssUsa sealed cooUlnlcc fait
rirtlcnlars for botss ears, FREE of charrs. A
pleadld medical ""oik . stoni-i be tA by ery
Sixa -who Is cerres and dsblUUtL Addroaay
Prof. F. C. FOWLEH, Moodu,.CoaB-
Tba Ev?rt pojmlar ronto to TLazwxa
City, St. Lcuyi and Chicago aad adi
Pofnis East and TTorth, also to Hot
Bjsriwn, Art., New Orlxui. Florida,
and all points 'Son & ana Coatheaat.
SOLID DAILY TEATHB
St. Louis, Kansas City, Pueblo
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Oara
COLORADO SHORT LINE
The Shortest Ilooto to St. Lonla.
ZAHaAS OTTT TO ST LOUIS.
Hullntaa Baffel Slrptns: Cars.
Free Keallatar Chair Cars.
H, C. TOSVN5ENO.
T Jjomrrr iloney.
Asa Hm.lt Other Ttlrja