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UNirp.U BTATES AND JAl'AN.
Thti I'rcs lit American Mmlnt-r ui
Tokin nn Ablu inu
.lapti Is IK'iv ci'ilnjilcrcd cllitii hk
duMraU" h foiin'ry'liy our lipl-
in.Vh' nj,'t'iil a- England or thn roir
liBnt. The nUnu'4 of tli coupiiIa
arn h'uli noil ir diplotnatH livu
initcli bolto' in Japan than thttj do
iiiEuropo. Ni'aily ovcryf)!)" of ilictn
Ihia n lart (taliiiVhinctit, with
ploii'y of Mrv.'iu'p, nnd thi'j arc, nj
a ruh), of a liihm ura.lo thuu thos'j
appointed to tlio bi uitien of Kn
ropo. Th comul genoral at Yoko
hama is oii of the ablest nuui who
bis o?tr been stmt abroad in that
rapacity. His nnino is Niuholan W.
Mclvor, and ho in an Iova man of
about 40 years of ag. Ho is a fino
lawyer, and is a graduate of Yalo ,
Packed vUth comtuon rmiiso and a
I man of business ability, lm is tnakitu:
a vory MirccsHful c-onsul-gtniHral.
Thu vivo contul'Konoral is Uoorgo
H. Scidmoro. who has bran for rears
connected with the. aorvic and who
I has eoiiMtlorablo diplomatic ability.
At Ooaka and Hiogo. tho great coin
I mercial cenfera of Wutrn Japan,
i tho United Stales is repreerited by
I Enoch J. Smithurr, who has been
, couneuted with our diplomatic for-
rice for a quarter of a century, aud
wlo did good work at Shanghai aud
Tien-Tsin. At Nagasaki wo hnv
V. H. Albtrcrombie, a rich Ameri
can, who has oue of the finest houttes
iti the far east and who is a man of
culture aud brains.
Tho consul-, however, have- to do
only with the biMincs interests of
the country and with the furthering
of American trade. Ail matters con
' uected with this war are l"ft to tho
I legation at Tokio, and this is iu a
' better conditiou today than it has
been for years. Tho iniuixtor is Ed
1 win Dunn, a relative of Senator
Thurumu and a man well fitted to
deal with the Japanese from his resi
dence of many years iu the country.
He speaks the Japanese as well a) he
dors tho Kuglislt, and he has an ititi
tnato -personal friendship with the
proatest of the Japaueo statesmen.
He is a big, broad slioulderei', red
headed man of about 15. He is a
thorough Americau, and lie has the
nerve to demand and the diplomacy
necessary to secure the best results
for our people in the far east. Iu
' tho past the Uermam aud the Eng
linh havo systematically bulldozed
Japan into giving contracts and fa
vors to them at tho expense of tho
United States, but under tho present
regime we are likely to get our own
share of everything, ami it will take
more than tho average diplomat,
either Japanese or European, to pull
tho wool over Edwin Dun's red eye
brows. Tho position of minister to Japan
is now worth about W,000 a year in
silver. The minibter has a fine,
modern homo iu Tokio, and he lives
within a stone's throw of half a
do7on Japanese nobles and princes.
Iu addition to Mr. Duu, the location
consists of a secietary, a youiiK mau
named Herod, who W as bright as a
dollar aud who did good service in
Corea before he came to Japan; of
Dr. Whitney, who has for years been
the interpreter of tho legation aud
' who speaks Japanese like a native,
i and also of Lieuteuaut Michael J.
1 O'lirion, the military attache.
Frank G. Camenteo.
Often tired But Novor Weary
Let's diFcuss this point for two
minutes. Here's a man who says
that at a certain period he began to
feel "tired and weary." That's pre
cirely tho way ho puts it in his let
ter. Now anybody has a right to
feol tired or fatigued (it's tho samo
thing), after labor or much oxoreifo.
It's the body's fashion of tell in t; you
to hold up, to give it a rest. It is a
natural ami, iu health, with supper
and bleep just ahead, a pleasant feel
ing. Hut weariues.M that's differ
ent. That comos of monotony, of
waiting, of loneliness. Weariness is
of the mind, not of tho body. But
it can arise in tho body, all tho same.
If this bothers you at first, dou't
fay, "Stuff!" "humbugl" but study
up on it. A man may bo tired aud
happy, but not wtary aud happy.
For weariness menus doprued
spirits, and nerves all sagged down
iu the middle. Aud when you get
both at once you will bo wise to find
out what's gone wrong,
It is a short letter, this is, aud wo
can just as well quote the whole of
it. The writer fays: ''It was iu
November, 1887, when I began to
feel tired and weary. It seemed as
if I had no strength left iu me. lie
foro that I had always been btrotit,'
and hoalthy. My appetite was poor,
and for dayH together I could not
touch auy fond that was placed be
fore iiio. After every meal that I
did succeed iu forcing down 1 had
such dreadful unins in the client aud
b:i(l; that I was a motufraid to eat.
Then there wasn hhnrp pnlu around
the heart, too, as though I wis stab
bed with a knife.
"I lo.il a deal of sleep, and for
night together I didn't Meep at all.
Then I began to loio fleer, rapidly,
and ai afiaid I wa iming into a
consumption. Yet I kept on with
my work, however, but it was a hard
thing fur ni", because I was so we i
and tiMrv..im tb. i I ironibUt frou.
lni"d t" four. s Iuii.i w. nt on I
luminal j'ni "nrt a o m, ni
my .ye n.it iuil.en ;,u ilrewi ii .
1 consulted a doctor in Kentish
Town. He jjavo mo medicine, but it
did uo good. After all this I got
the idea into my head that 1 should
"One day a lady came into the
shop, aud noticing the state I was
in, kindly aked how long I hnd
been ill. I told her all about it.
and she said. 'You try Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup; it has made
me well, aud 1 believe it will d sou
"I ent for a bottle, and after tak
ing only a few doses I felt relieved.
Presently my food agreed with me,
aud I enjoyed my meals I could
sleep better alyo, and by keeping on
taking the Vyrup 1 oooii goi as
strong as 1 ever ws in my life.
Since that time (now over four year
ago). I hive been iu the best of
health. I consider that in all prob
ability this remedy .aved my life;
at all events, it restored mr health,
and life without health don't amount
to much. 1 gladly consent to the
publication of this statement, aud
will answer inquiries. Yours truly
(Signed), G. Vl.NCE, 1 12, Shepherd's
Hush Idiad, London, W November
Mi h, 1SU2 "
Thu Mr. Vince's unfortunate ex
perience comes to happy end. As
he has to work for a liifng, like most
of u, he is no doubt often tired, but
never weary any more. And what
can possibly be more wearisome
than long-continued illuessT With
him, as with millions, it was the
stounch that was iu fault. His food
entered ties stomach aud stopped
tin re. So ho suffered from two bad
rnlts: he received no strength
from it, but he d!d receive the dead
ly acids and gaes which tho fer
mented stuff" gve birth to. Indiges
t ion and dyspepsia. The same old
i-tory of pain and misery, and, thank
mercy, t he same Mory of restoration
and gratitude after an appeal for
help had been made to gi od old
Mother Seig. 1,
In the ears, sometimes a roaring, '
buzzing sound, are caused by cat- '
anh, that exceedingly disagreeable
aud very common dihease. Los of
smell or hearing aNo result from ,
catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla. tho '
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying the
Hood's Pills are the Ix-st after
dinner pill, asist digestion, pre
To the 1'uMie:-
OwInk to cxtri. e 111 Keslth, it liii; In.
THJH- b e tie liiu lo ntteiltl Iu Imnlness.
ImvoboM out to in) ortin u Aiitx. rim
holm, wild lia keen wl h nic for tie Iumi
V.m jrurf, niul Is known tuynu all.
Ho will o ntlmio to run the l)U-lnoi-m
the home otnnil -ml In the hbhim line at 1
hftve, hy executliiK tliu brt of Knrk, and
diitiig jnsilco ton 1
1 hope you will nl trade with him, and
IihuMw on li I in thn sa-i u klii'lnu s ami put
ronncc hs Iuk liou't given nif during tlu
lant lextp!! eura.
All bhls duo inn will ptcH'H lw wnt In hi
noon as convi-nl-nl, and Mr Chlaholm h
unino'iz-n in rt-c-eipi me mime,
I hereby t-ke the opportunity of thank
Inn the pub Is for puni p'tromire.
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