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The Senators Who ('an Not Boast of Cre
Senator Edmunds, the presiding of
fleer of the Senate, has fallen into a
habit of late of wearing a black silk
skull cap. He is very bald, and the air
of the Senate chamberis uncomfortably
cool to the exposed cranial surface,
causing colds and the consequent in
conveniences. So he wore this little
black cap all the day, In theeommittee
rooms, in the Vice-President's chamber
and in the chair of the Senate as its
presiding officer. It looks odd to see
the presiding officer of the Senate sit
in his official seat with his head covered
while all others of that body uncover
their heads in his presence. And there
are sonime other heads in the chamber
quite as bald as his. The nearest ap
proach to the systent whicl. Senator
Edmunds has inaugurated is the course
of Senator Williams, the hero of Cerro
Gordo. lie wears a wig. It is very
neat, and is very well fitting, but he
has a way when he has occasion to
stroke one side of it of taking hold of
the opposite side to keep it in its place,
thus giving the whole thing away.
Senator Coke, of Texas, is one of the
baldest men in the Senate. There is a
vast expanse of "'forehead" extending
away over the top of his head, and down
in the rear so far that there is only a
fringe of gray hair running round
from one ear to the other. Indeed, the
fringe may be said to run clear around,
for it is heavier in front where there is
a bunch of white beard.
('ameron, of Wisconsin, is quite as
destitute of capillary covering as those
mentioned. His rather small head and
rather retreating forehead fairly ghlisten
in their polished nakedness, while on
his face, in marked contrast, is a full
growth of snowy white beard. Came
ron is an exeellent Senator. anti the
Senate will sufli-r a material loss when
lie goes out. It was because of his de
termination not to remain longer that
the Wisconsin pieple were inuhlced to
cast about for a new man for the place.
A quiet, unpretentious sort of man, he
is thoroughly po-ted on all that is go
ing on, thoroghl] well read, safe in
his convictions and judgment.
Senator lHarris is ianother )hald one.
He hat s a peculiar-shaped head, very
wide at the back and narrow at the
front. The fringe of hair running
around the vast expansie iof baldness is
white as the driven snow. So is the
well-tirained dudi.h ma-tactihe, which is
the onli portion of the beard he per
.nit, to grow. Ingalls is another man
with a Ieculiar looking head. It looks
like a coa:tnnut. Ve-ry small,. very nar
- w, very higl at the baik and low in
frllt. %'ell cotred with a thick growth
of gray hair." which is parted in the
iiiddle. Iii -tuJbby imusitche and lit
ile pb:atch of i.hin whiskers are of the
:iill'e color. nIlt white, but an iron
gray. Senator Sawyer, the richest
man in the Senate. is not biurdened
with a chapitllry cvering. though he is
not -o hali as sodnie of his associates.
Pendleton', has t beat:utitul head of
browni hair. 'Vanie has a imais of
thick, iron-gray, thorughly covscring
his round, large head.
Ali-oun has a full head of black hair,
which never looks as tihouigh it had
I-eon ta'iind or br-luhil. Bhiek is vcerv
much ditto. Bower has black hair
andl litth] Ipatcthes of black whi.ikers
mixed with gray on the sides of his
faice. Brown is Io, lItq-nrest looking
rooster of the 7ot. with scatteriing
white hair on his head, bunched out at
the siides in old-ta-hioned sthle, and a
nup of white hbeard -all around under
hi throat, aind runniiig about half way
up to his chin. It is tile queeres.t sort
of style imaginable, sunmethinig ap
proachini g the lione ti.hermian cut. but
infiniitely worse. ('amet-ron has a littleh
hal spot about as big as a silver dollar
o, thie top of his head. lh' is a bol-ih
looking fellow, the last man in the
Senate cihamber that yon wouldl pick
out for Don ('ameron after the Inallv
thing, thatt have been printed abi lut
hlin. (;orman has rather thin brown
hair, usually well plastered down on
his small heiad, which is big enough in
proportion to his body, which is like
that of a boy of fift-een.
Vest's sandy brown hair is pretty
thin andt pretty carefully smoothed
dolwn loi his round, rather large hInad
to conceal the signs of approaching,
halhness. Cockreill is pretty nearly
ditto, though he prohahly hasn't dlis
covered it. lie thinks less about his
personal appeitrance' and more about
the details of Senate business than al
most any man on the floor. Ma1hone's
small head is covered with a thick
growth of iron-gray hair. Logan's
hair is ias thick andl tack as ever, and
only surpassed in thickness and length
In the louse there are less. bald
heads in proportion to the entire ulnl
her than in the Senate-. Reed, the ir
repressible wit from Maine, who is the
quickest antd strongest man intelleet
ually on the Republican side, if not in
the entire House. has a big. well-shaped
head, very bald, but having an occa
sional streak of brown hair combned
over it to conceal it as far as possible.
D)ingley. his colleagule, an ex-Gov
ernor of the State. has his hair so pre
cise in its "lay" that it gives the sus
picion of a wig.
W'illis. of Kentucky. is one of the
ballest men in thle ltr'ise, as he is oie
of the hardest workers. It might be
adldedt that he is one of the most aibused
men in that body, too, at the present
moment, for of course evter'- f"llow
who didn't get all that hie wants in the
River and HIarbor hill is willing
to chllarge it to Willis, the (Chai,
iiian:ti of the commnittcee. Blroadlheadt is
very bald. smooth-facetd and having
only a fringe of white hair around llis
head. Tillman, of South Carolina, is
another quite destitute in this Ipartilcu
lar line, as are Strait and Wallace.
Randall has a full head of hair, a little
mixed with gray. Carlisle's hair is
dark and pretty thin. Ihis face, like
Randall's, smoothly shaven. General
Rosecrans' hair is verv thin, his face
covered with a rather thin growth of
Cox. of New York, has a pretty goold
sized bald spot on his headl, bitt his
hair. in spite of the fact thathe is about
sixty, shows very little gray. That
other witty man. lloir, is aS gray a:.
an old badger, and about as fat. Hei
has a full beard of tray hair, not
white, and a queer little patch of gray
whiskers on his chin. Holman'shair
is pretty thin, and dark, but mixed
with gray. His whiskers, which grow
on the lower part of his face but are
shaven from the upper lip, are much
mixed with gray. Dunham, of Chicago,
has a heavy black mustache and full
black hair, very much resembling in
this particular benator Sabin, who has
been mistaken for Dunham of late.
Senator-elect Joe Blackburn has asmall
bald spot on his head and a very heavy
mustache, which will vie in magnitude
In the Supreme Court. Justice Field's
head is extremely bald, with a fringe of
iron-gray hair and a full iron-gray
beard, long and wavy. His baldness is
not so plainly apparent, however, as is
that of Justice Gray, whose curiously
shaped head, high at the back and
rather narrow, is extremely destitute of
covering. Stanley Matthews has a
good-sized bald spot on his head, very
little larger than when he was appointed
five years ago. Chief Justice Waite
rejoices in a full head of iron-gray hair,
but a very bad stomach. In the lobby,
Captain Enads, who is extremely bald,
wears a black skull cap like that worn
by Mr. Edmunds, while that other dis
nuished lobbyist. Mr. Belknap, rejoices
tm a full hear of hairand a magnificent
beard.-Cor. Cieinnati lTimes-Star.
A RAILWAY ADVENTURE.
An Austina Gentiemn's Experience With a
Our Continental railway carriages,
with their closed coupes, afford pretty
adventuresses opportunities for black
mailing schemes which would be im
possible in your open American cars.
A specimen operation of these fair
ladies has just been afforded by the ad
venture which befell a merchant-Karl
A.-whose full name the police refuse
to make public. lie was traveling
from Steyr to this city and had to
change trains at the little town of St.
Valentin. While waiting there for the
Paris express, which was to take the
passengers to Vienna, a friend intro
duced to him a young girl. apparently
only eighteen years old, who was also
going to this city. When the train
reached the station Mr. A. quickly
took a .eat in a first-class coupe, of
which ihe was the only occupant.
shlortly before the train started the
lady entered the same coupe. Hardly,
how'ever, had she cast a look around
her when she renmembered that she had
only a second-class ticket, but before
-he could leave the coupe was locked
by the guard and the train set itself in
Mr. A. explained to her that she
could have herself transferred to a
oi ,nd-class coupe at the next station,
Amtetten, or pay the difference for a
tirnt-class ticket. The lady contented
hers-elf with this, and entering intocon
vertation said she was a baroness, born
in Munich and reared in a convent. She
was traveling to Poland by way of
Vienna in order to accept a position as
govserness in that countrv.
In itead of changing coupes at Ams
stetten she permitted Mr. A. to procure
a first-class ticket for her and continued
her conversation with her fellow tray
eler. After the train had left s.. P1oel
tell Mr. A. desired to offer the lady a
cigarette. Hardly. however, had he
drawn his cigarette-case from his
pocket when the lady showed evident
signs of uneasiness and begged Mr. A.
to open the window. He readily did
so. and then thit governess Approached
the half open window. She looked out
for a few secondl, then suddenly
puishtd down the window entirely and
swung herself on the sill in order to
jump through the opening into the
depths below. The train was going
at the rate of thirty miles an hour.
Mr. A. sprang up from his seat and
towards the window anti managed to
eatch the girl by the legs. A struggle
ensued between the strong man and the
desperately resisting girl. who was
leaning with the upper half of her form
out of the window and apparently did
not want to be drawn back. All this time
she kept screaming: "He wants to
The struggle lasted over a quarter of
an hour. Persons at stations at which
the train did not stop saw the en
counter. Finally the governess' cries
for help dominated even the thunder
ing of the train. Passengers in the ad.
joining coupe opened the windows and
added their shouts to the girl's until.
at length, the conductor heard it and
stopped the train on the open track.
The girl was taken into another coupe,
Mr. A. remained alone and the train
continued with increased speed on its
way to this city.
In the meanwhile the police authori
ties had received telegrams from the
different station-keepers on the road.
describing the scene they had wit
nessed at the carriage window. When
the train arrived Mr. A. and his fellow
traveler were arrested and taken to
tithe police station in the depot, where
tlhey wre asked to give an explanation
of lthe ,ccurrence. T'he lady declared
that whlin Mr. A. drew out a box she
feared that it contained an opiate anti
thaut he wanted to make her uncon
sciuis. Fortunately Mr. A. was able
to prove on the spot that the little case
contained only Turkish cigarettes. As
there were no grounds for a charge
against tile merchant, the ofticials re
,leased him as well as the lady. Mr. A.
lift the station-house vowinlg never to
travel alone again in a first-class coupe
with an interesting young female pas.
-The oflici:al statistics published at
Berlin give tile number of Germans re
siting abroadt as follows: United States,
1,9¶l;6i.712: llRussia, 394,299; Austro-Hlmn
gary. 98,l510; Switzerland. 95.56u2;
Fratce, 81,988: Holland. 49.026: Great
Britain, 40,371; Belgium, '34.196; DeI)n
imark, 33,158; Queensland, 11.368:
Southi Australia, 8.978; Victoria, 8,571;
New South Wales, 7,521; Italy. 5,221:
the Argentine Republic, 4,9i7; New
Zealand, 4,819; Algeria, 4.201: Chili.
4,00;: Uruguay. 2,225: Norway, 1,471;
sweden, 953:; Spain. 952: Peru. 898:
Egypt. 879: Tasmania, 782: Bosnia.
,i9. Finland, 628: G(;reece, 314, and
-The applications of electricity be
comne mnore varied every day. Tele
barometers, telethermometers, tele
manome!ers, and telehydrobarometers
have reeently been invented which re
spectively record, at distant points, air
pressure, heat, steam-pressure, and
water-stages. A California electrician
has also invented a process whereby
gold. silver and copper can be instantly
smelted by a lightning-stroke.
-When pursued by a swift dog the
common gray rabbit jumps about nine
feet clear on level ground. In propor
tion to length a horse, to jump as far as
a rabbit, would have to clear six'y
four feet at a jump. There is noquad
ruiped that has such powerful muscles
in his quarters as the rabbit, and none
excel him in the muscles of his loin and
Seven Wise Wen Bared.
The N. Y. Morning Journal says that
Mrs. F. G. Kellogg, 50 E. 86th St., was par
tially paralysed, and lay for seven days in
convulsions. Physicians were engaged and
discharged until seven had failed to help
or cure her. She was unable to leave her
bed, and was as helpless as a child. After
using all sorts of salves, ointments, lotions
and plasters, her case was given up as
hopeless. She was induced to try St.
Jacobs Oil as a last chance. She began to
improve from the time the first application
was made, and by its continued use, she
has completely recovered.
CANTON (0.) capitalists a-e going to try
and make sugar out of beets. This way,
beats try to make "sugar" out of capital
An exchange says: "Nine-tenths of the
.nhappy marriages result from human
calves being allowed to run at large in so
ciety pastures." Nine-tenths of thecbrorlo
or lingering diseases of to-day originate
in ihspure t lood, liver complaint or bilious
ness, resulting in scrofula consumption
(which is but scrofula of the lungs), sores,
ulcers, skin diseases and kindred affec
tions. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
sovery" cures all these. Of Druggists.
WHAT is the greatest curiosity in the
world? A woman's.
The Demana Rapidly Inereasing.
IB. Madden, Damascus, Miss., writes:
You will please send me ANsoTua Case of
Hughes' Tonic, to Forrest, Miss. It is as
toishiug to note the rapidly increasing de
mand for Hughes' Tonic; to sell one bottle
of it INmacas a much larger sale. We pro
nounce it by far the best medicine we
handle, and cheerfully recommend it to all
those troubled with chills and fever. Pre
pared by It. A. Robinson & Co., wholesale
druggists, Louisville. Ky. Sold at retail
by druggists generally.
THE self-ranilng flour of the markets is
a great boon to those who are unable to
raise a barrel of flour themselves.
Teang Men, Read This.
THa VOLTAIC BELT CO., of Marshall, Milh.,
offer to send their celebrated ELECTRO-Volo
tAlC BELT and other ELoRIatC APPLlNCEgs
on trial for30 days, to men lyoung orold)
aflicted with nervous debility, loss of vital
Ity and all kindred troubles. Also forrheu
matlsm,neuralgia,paralysis,and many oth
er diseases. Complete restoration to health,
vigor,and manhood guaranteed. No risk in
curred, as 30 days' trial is allowed. Write
thematouce for illustrated pamphlet, fres
WHAT is a great -eal worse than rain
lug cats and dogs:? Hailing a stage.
* * * * The worst pile tumors cured ain
ten days, rupture ill on, mionth. Pamphlet
two (3ct.) stamps. Worldl's l isp .nsary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
A MOTHER'S examle is sometitmes fol.
owed by her son Ito ater years. Perhaps
:his is the reason some men are so slip
How Women Differ from Men.
At least three men on the average jury
are bound to disagree with the rest just to
show that they've got minds of their own;
but there is no disagreement among the
women as to the ilerits of )r. Pierce's
" Frorite Prescriptlin." They are all
uinanlnous in pronouncing it the best
remedy in the wol Id for all those chronic
disases, weaknesses and complaints ipe.
culiar to their sex. It transforlms the paleI
haggard, dispirited womanu, into one of
sparkling health, and thle riuing laugh
osnin "reigns supreme" in the happy
PIRE'sToOTHActUE Dnors cure In1 lmnute,250.
Glenn's Sulphur Siilp heals und l t-iatlfes. 25e.
asAu N CoaNs R tMovtt kills Corns & Bunions.
NoTHIr o to speak of-A dude.-N. 1.
BRowN's BRONCHIAT, TROcnec will re
lieve Brounchitis, Asthma. Catarrh, Con
suInptive and Throat Diseases. Theyi are
used aulcags with good success.
WORTH, the great Paris dressmaker, is
comintig over to this croutry to lecture.
We hope that he is not .coming with any
biased views.-Chicito, Tribune.
Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr Isaac
tomtpson's Eye Water. Druggists asl It. Mo.
Smith and Jones.
John Smith was reading the morning
paper. Suddetnly he exclaimed:
"Jones is dead. I must go to his fu
neral. lie went to mine, and one good
turn deserves another."
"What:it do you mean by saying that
he attended your fiuneral? That's all
nosentse," said Mrs. Smith.
"No. it ain't. L.aot year ,Jones read
that ,iJohln Smithl was dhad, ",nil e
thlought it nwas me, o he attended tihe
funeral, and nlow, of coulrs', 1 ought to
return the comuplment."
"1'ell. before voel go tramlniitg
througtl the mlud, itlnd -t:rtlint aill
graveya:rd with \your hat ffl c.tching
\ourl death of cold, take a square hlitk
at lthe rlmains. and sat e ti:tt i 'itu aIe
fillowint upl the right cttorpse. If you
arit going to attend tilhe funerali of evur'
Jontes aIoi dies. volo nle-r wtill gitt
throughi," remarktl d Mrs. Smithl. -.r-as
-- - "I ami tired of life," said al a voung
fellow. "l hlave mt withl nviuthig but
conltiiliued diaippointmeonts. :iud lI 'in
tee no ul-e in prolonged texittcne ." '-I
don't -ce shy vot should li\e'.'" re
joindl:ll :at equiaiutane. "I d, n't knlow
tilat you have ever dlone :Inv B Cgoii ill
the sworld, antid ianlt see wh;y iou iu:tntt
to live." "What!" exchlinned tiht. di-
hiarts'ni-d man. who hald cxe.t-d
spnlmathy:l- "don' see wh-l I sliould hIuti:
- onfotllid iontr ugly pictitlrc. , I've got
u ulltct-h I.rght to live :to oi thasr."
'lucre are timns whtlin it sill ntiui dii tli
grie w\ith a friend.- -Ai'kuii- 1-
-,Amri-nii-: :ipp'es are sha ,in Lon.
dion stantl- :at froni eight tl, t1-.li;
sremesse Optate, Eseae se Pe em..
PROMPT. SAFE, SURE
ars M CeNys, Cehl slad et ar Threat and
Lttree Sror r LC. AT DaOe'l Osso sm
?UUCUIARL5 A 006 ELSE 10, WUa 4·isr.U.rrb CAL.
" l cALKO AN A IOl' Jt11 IIi rt15h-,atnr. iL.
"We Have Used It,"
'TO THE PRBLLC--From personal expert.
ence, as well Ias frlt observatlon of Its marked em
eacy In other cases that have come under our notice,
we cheerftlly recommend
RED STAR COUGH CURE
Safe and Reliable
LCommlning the power to relieve and cure promptly,
w-h the eare quality of belng entirely free from
oilat,,.. potsons and nareotics, as demonstrated by the
antalye. of rcconized medical authorities, It may
Justly be tertned
We concur In the llclat opinion of the Commission
er of Health of liIlitmtore, that " It happily supplants
thI obJectionable and not uttfrequently harmful fet
ures of other cough tl ixt l ures."
BALTIMORE, Md.. eb. , 1685.
B. M. oLANE,
Governor of Maryland.
CHARLES B. ROBERTS,
F. C. LATROBE,
Mayor of Baltimore.
A. P. OOBMAN,
United States Senator.
THOMAS 8. WILKINSON,
JAMES B. HORNER,
EDWIN H. WEBSTER,
Collector of the Port.
J. H. BELLMAN,
Collector U. S. Internal Revenue.
HART B. HOLTON,
Member of Congress.
H. CLAY DALLAM,
Judge Appeal Tax Court.
P. A. O'BRIEN,
State Inspector Steam Boilers.
SAN'L A. CLAOETT,
WY. H. EISS,
Purveyor Bayview Asylum.
JAMES S. MORROW,
Chief Judge Appeal Tax Court
O ever n}ily physicn,,a f, Illt more , Including tteoae
'f odl,' ) ,i,. l l..t . ,-:.;.' ,tl, 0. tlelo t n!. tu . led Ss,
listll .eh tuuit- ", L \i,,t l dtttii (.ill, rll ' fl ote d Maur
otito h Plrr, o to t ',,;, :t-rt. Lt t it or..t th htor
m, n1 11 wil dl I ca , lurecurt'. It 1 entirely fre
" owl oi ,tat, n I., llt tleotr. and t ttts.t It resr
Io bad Otte,, l t da ,' out ua I no 1r1c t he .y xten. ltis
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elnl,.t ti itb.ll , '" l' t AllI.ES A. VOME.
"iR tOl % IFi. r i .ssrl.esr. 0% 5L
CREAM BALM AIARR
Cause uo Paain.
Relleves at Once.
notrI HAY- FEVER
Th Reit Treat
ttotat tl. t nor frtee
4d Ae.. Av lleau At ort, Ehsgta. is
ilF1'rIClAL Il'.'r o, U\OIAIMED
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Did you Sup
pose Mustang Liniment only goon
for horses ? It is for inlamma
tion of all flesh.
Mrs. A. M. Dauphin, a Quaker lady, of
Philadelphia, bsa done a great deal to
make knows to ladies there the gret value
of Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
as a oure for their troubles and diseases.
Bhe writes asfollows: "A young lady of
this city while bathing some years ago was
thrown violestly against the life line and
the injuries received resulted in an ovarian
tumor whlchgrew and enlarged until death
seemed certae. Her physician finally ad.
vised her to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound.
She did so and in a short time the tumor
was dissolved or caused to slough off, and
she is nowe In perfec health. I also know of
many cases where the medicine has been
of great value ia praevetiag asiaeaurtae
apd alleviating the pains and dangers of
childbirth. Philadelphia ladles appreciate
the worth of this medicine and its great
LPUREL II F
utmend ths auhtha,t mtra a. flas uedlclerne.
I haradreme the dns. ae oIf PlN setyep Ne ALLNG
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Ann nwnh dsortoeu ccead ie I tlncs I te. t3ta
ositiomh and Semplete mwaeu. as thoe eroesT.
hnderUr Lanserto everdae ifse Fortful ipaicu
iav address. 9--n Cellepe. Puteeplie. SewTer t.
R. U. AWARE I
Lorimuard'e Cl Plug
Ilorf'rs witio nc'd Tof G trly S Lels.dto
Sde wBn o has been uellal.t. wIu a. ASnK rl.Oet
Sadrn t r m. U .rt e b. Lote..l id r hit.
Dhh n ?. Aneth dI. Otlc. Si Pto uy N.w St
pineoCrs,. th .:1: tot .... nof Grreet Enpedition.
A' t, adNwc ik; tutoluiirhall o.r Agnt wnted
o r '.nmtUuat. wet. . Icnle 'c-cle
ndPtCcuars. II. ueiIib. Co.. tiLLout. Mt.
NOW, NOW, NOW Is THE TIME !
' SPRING TIME! Wi PURIFY YOUR BLOOD,
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
S IS the Greatest Blood Purifier in the World.
TRY IT, AND YOU WILL USE IT EVERY SEASON.
It acts as delightful on the tender IBabe, the most delicate Lalvy andl infirm old age, as
on the stron.llu an, In imparting lhtalth anL V'igor to Nerves ant Itratn. Blood Vessels,
lfrart and I.ever. When taken, you can feel its Ill-t.El\gvn power course through every ar
tery, destroy tie all dbieases of thlt lf,1oot. an I Ivin llrHalth, Vital Power andt Strength
to every part of tile body. Who ill suffIrf onr Ive.r Complnllant or DU;:woes of the Stom
ach, Kldney), Iowels or ltlIalder, will n asuch Ia gret t Ir.lt y I i within their reahell?
XTP Wn, ctUrEI.I
Sleeplensness, Ftllin. ofi the Womb, I biarrleltn or Bloody Flux,
t.\ht Sweal a, ft aI oItoI, l.unglnl n v,.r Ulneases
-all w t'onlltlexlon, lfll.o 0 fltt.-, K flnv Trohbles,
litlt Flashen. , t'itlltng Spellsf , tl t.y . ntak ltt k,
Nervottosn.vs, I .,. itoeory, Neurali;l.
Fa;ling E-yetlght from t, et-tv.l -kint. patin in lines,
'etiknte .o. I l t.-.It It rttl aflon, 'l nk t, itltl s,
iyslfepol, t I n-eI t 'le t tn t u, I L) It treotiol, Ittlue,
fitetict Flulshel. Itr titl , tVope.1s a,
'Uitlitng fo Itrlne, t1ýt to ittrt , , "tit . 0 .naknes,
Ierlck lJust D.pllOp t, Ilibttn te t'tn tlli atho,, tint ft. ottle, and Blotches
tFrothlh Urine. ft art fre,, + ., on the Fact" alll -kin,
Ittelt te Weatkness, flad ler fever, Colc Patillo.
OR.J. H. McLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
Is a Never-I'a.JiIn inlst cll;ly, land) t. ill:* 10 lJid on.
*100 1o11O 130: " Tt''LI :; :I t It 'l"'I. , .Tt.O.
DR. J. H. McLEAN, 8. E. Cor. Broadway and Biddle St., ST. LOUIS. MI.
DAIRYlEN and FARMERS I MOO DISEAS.-Tho "AasmNase
heould use eyI the "Arm and Hammer" brand brand Sda and Saleratu Is sed stth iel
for Cleanlng siI Keeping Mik Pans Sweet and success for the preventies and cure of
Clean. It is the Best for all CHOLERAlladotherdisase
Household Purposes. Mil with the animallu'sa food.
"ARM & HAMMER BRAND"
To Inmre olbtaining only the "Arm A Hammer" brIadi Boado
- er ers Sratus. buy it In $ ' innd or haltpound" cratoons wAhlch ' to c h
ear one nrme nd trade-umark. as nfrtor gopnds are sometimen smbstituted foe the "Arm & M.
mer ben alh boht in bulk. Ask for thes "Arm s H lammer" brand SALSODA (Washiq So"l
ft rt ehle e; ths Beert dant tt ondtl-t
t. hder ss olu t y ptte r and vety
ven n. No4ebla on Earth wrllffpr H N L
mek.- hbsa laIr Lthe Shhrldan'nllll IIII I I I
Co e1tns ie dAnPowderf. CRt , lepast atul to eaPh pint of food. It ftl alto npl Cry et Himll ears
C H IC K l NI C H O LER A , fcr,, Sold reg.. .or .set by nntlotr /
t15-1.p--l eemmi~t. cents in tampS. Also fImiNiBenA CO. B anst fort,
u r per ice prise0; by will, s 2. (irculars sent FIILE 1. S. JOIIHNON a CO., BotMo. in M _s
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it isa part. Everylady
may have it; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
~u a amanad BesI
-'t.. P 1 ALL
ol cEIIT AAE,
MerrytMands a bel d es 5
i th h ieth, Best A A.odh olraoetles.
ltdbor erR a Price. re.
The rnL thoVsador of dce hred hearers whb WO
pen ealage WS rabe." wi i be
Whppe whou tWhatsd tase his lteole ong s ahered
•Int tle ,ofo. thec S ate o t r best cumlc collerc
Mlon ratan[. i Ao. e 1r0 p ect. sheet mastetae.
Edited by iuward towb. Pc, 61.35.
A Vocal Visitor to Cheer the Children. By Wade
Whip ple. who uoderstands the cblidres's tate. and
Mtie for them R attlhtire Nursery sod other
inal, wlth accomo eaments for Plano or Oran.
I het mule d0t _Wreil adorned with Pletures.
,ricer, 5 cetUs.
Fe--a lormsl. Thye sew sad brilliant te
r day hhool boag Book for
the Yonger ehoar n -Eat. Prrr . Vrry swee
i ymnle ntunes, eot al but maoe. Plenty ad
ict ures, aSceatacia . rdue.
Coems for Little Singers
S nhe eta ad t. e UnderPnrte .
of or1it son'gs with picture Iflustlr'ion.. l onlts.
7t.W per doz.
3 COOD OCANTATAforhoo~h Soel.tee.
are erberht aad UiY(a tcents) by ECon
alhesaJhrillJng story l O i C -fe; M
thom-a. (lei. irand eacred tlsotta by Rnate
asesso. aod H erre af '0t. (1t). Sceeefrom the
tevolution, by TauowaatoDa and Cols
Mailed for Retal Prlice.
LION dA H Lr, itlee..
OLIyKE DITION t00.. esare.
What the PmpNo Say.
Mr. . A. Everett, o0 Iexingtu.,
Dr. Ouyeott'. Yellow Dock
and Saraoparllla cored me of the
wo rt cae ,f ivapeopla and blood-plelson
ing a loan ever had. My skin is now as
fair sa that t"f an Infant, and my stomach
ecets s, htrong I beholve I could digest
Mrs. Annie Rathburne, of E't
"The ica.[t exertlon caused me paeinfut
falgii'. I wasutourmenutd wltihdyspeplia
ntd lerregulorities. My blood seemed
iol,te'tid. Pimples antd sores were all
over lily body. 1 doctored for years but
found myli' growingworse until I tried
DR. 1t tflTT'S YTLLOWW iock AND
SARSAPARIILA. From this start I It
proved and now I do not feel like the
same woman. It has mado mo strong
A physician writes:
"Witht suicidal ndlffereneemanydisre.
gard the laws of health. 'Ihey eat tdil
gestible iod, they expose Ihemselvcs to
sudden cllltat;c changes, they exe, sive
ly itriu tihe ntrvos. they ilve nio hee to
a daily velnats.oo of the bowels, lcey re
pro-s a tlltltlral desire to urinate, they
Indulge in hurtlul drinks. etc. Ere long
thr.r it:clthi t onlmletely tails. A state of
impur blih II. n'rvous de.reeslion, dyo
peusllt uriltry disorders, partial parsy
xis, et., fIolows. As a cure 1 eordial y
reollrment Dr. CuSott'o Yellow
Dook and 5areaPhrllla, which, in
citiint'l tiin with carefuld leting and due
ditii ;o:t to correct bodily hbitt, with
Sregular ittitrs of sleep, ec.. will surely
restore heulat. I oontidar It thd boat
Ioni'. blI,. d purler and strengthener
soli I'y distuuciats. It acts ootlhlnl'l and
illldly. , and niever leavncs tiy unploarant
ott.r feldts. Many have been oatonished
it its nmarvelous cures, after all other
r.tnoedic hdil failed.cL"
rmlpl,,ment and An,.1 Melar
t iI,"g Q* ee. ('t1y "ntklrt ti
I ut, F. t (Il iFr ,tIndtnnild
p IATe y y a dlw the d Gentlement a
"!t1s paper. AdWrk tsent bys Ik. ou knew
fn n wr,e..t ,,, e. ,.m al.drn. Aedaler N I
rB al !, 1'CIo .1 .'ruco "-"ti \'Vie at., C.W'tl.O
when and where hetir a4tderWg·,ispht Y