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There are seven monuments in the
Various cities of Italy to Count Cavour,
but not one in Rome.
About a dozen persons are now con
stantly at work among the once bidden
archives of tbo Vatican, employed by
the leading European governments in
studying the history of their respective
The French are new able to put in
the field seven armies of a total strength
of 1,300,000 men, equipped for a pro
longed campaign, and supported by an
ample reserve. This is five times the
force that Napoleon III. could muster in
A pocket typewriter is shortly to bo
offered to the British public. The re
tail price will bo under ten shillings.
It measures three and one-half inches by
three inches and weighs about four
ounces. Though so small it is not a mere
Outside Salonica another cemetery
has been found, of ancient Thessalian
times, with many sarcophagi still un
opened. In many of the sepulchral in
scriptions is inserted a clause that who
ever opens the sarcophagus, and places
therein another . corpse, shall pay a
All the country from Capo Colony to
the Zambesi river, and from the Portu
guese colonies on the East to the Ger
man possessions on tho "West, is to be
controled by a British South African
Company." The territory is three times
the size of Great liritian. It will be
A monument has been erected over
the grave of Adolf von Schlagintweit,
the famous traveler and savant, who m
August, ISoTj. was murdered by China
men near "Kaschgar, Central Asia. It is
in the form of a Wfge stone pyramid,
surmounted by a heavy plain iron cross.
The Russian Government paid for the
monument, and the Chinese Government
gave the ground.
A company has been formed in Lon
don for the purpose of erecting a tower
in that city on the Eiffel plan. Tho
tower is to be 1,250 feet high. Five
hundred pounds are offered as a prize for
tho best design for the proposed tower,
and 250 for the second best design.
The competition is. open to the world.
-Colonel W. W. Bockhill, recently
secretary of legation at Pekin, China,
has returned to Washington after a
journey through Thibet. He estimates
the population of the country at 2,000,-
000, one-third of whom are lamas or
priests, who practically monopolize edu
cation and wealth. There is a nominal
King, besides the Grand Lama, but the
country is governed by tho Chinese
Minister .and residents, and pays tribute
to China. The country is poor and
largely a wilderness.
Government nurseries are just now
being prepared in Cape Colony, Africa,
for tho further extension and develop
ment of American vines one near Stel
lenbosch, one in the Paarl, one near
Worcester, and one on a farm between
Robertson and Montague. So great is
the demand for these vines that applica
tions were received this year for not less
than 110,000 cuttings, of which number
only 50,000 could be spared for distribution.
One of tho London brigades has been
making experiments'in judging distance
by sound. It was first explained to the
men that sound travels at the rate of
1,100 yards in three seconds, and on this
data they were told to estimate the dis
tance of certain scouts who were dis
charging their rifles in the darkness.
At first the answers were very erratic,
many of the men being iif ty and some of
them 150 yards out of the way. Practice,
however, wrought a great improvement,
and at the last trial a majority of the
men were only a yard or two out, while
some guessed tho exact distance. .
I This consideration has been tho strong
plea of those who urge that our diplo
matic representatives to the great pow
ers should be given loftier titles, to put
them on a business! equality with other
legations at tho same courts. Edmund
Alton, in St. Nicholas.
A STRIKING NARRATIVE.
How tho Wind of a Cannon Ball Can
Wound and Bruise.
Sir Robort Rawlinson, K. C. B., sends
us the following striking narrative:
"On the morning of tho 10th of June,
1855, I was riding in company with some
military officers on their way to tho
trenches before Sebastopol, and enter
ing the ravine known as 'The Valley of
the Shadow of Death," when in the act
of turning round to go back was swept
down with ray liorsetby42-pound Rus
sian steel shot. shot passed in
front of me, frorfflBtfft Tto right, cutting
the reins out of nefthaMand passing
through the. thin jackeundWn.y arm. I
had i . my right-hand trouGrsocket a
small leather purse with a steel rXnt$ifc
and a little silver in it. This purse
bruised the strong cloth of the pocket
and my flannel shirt, as also the crest of
tho pelvis. My own impression was that
the shot had struck me full in the abdo
men, and that I was cut in two. I
fainted and my wound bled copiously,
and I was taken to tho nearest tem
porary hospital. Now, as to the wind of
this shot. It could have had nothing
to do with my wound. As ex
plained, the shot traversed across the
abdomen and met with nothing solid
but the purse and money in my pocket,
and the contact was sufficient to break
the strong cloth of tho pocket under tho
purse not above it the flannel shirt,
and tho flesh and bone of the pelvis.
And remember, so slight must havo
been the touch of the shot on my clothes
that they were not abraded- or marked;
tho thin summer coat being perforated,
but the outer edge not broken. How
could tho wind perform this freak? Tho
full front force of this shot, of only 1,000
feet per second, would havo a striking
power of about 40,000 pounds, but, can
noning on me in front, the force or blow
might bo only equal to a severe blow by
a man striking below the belt. If this
shot had passed over any more solid por
tion of the body, as tho head or the
back, sudden death would have been
tho result; but.as it barely touched the
clothes upon the abdomen the effect was
lessened. At all events, I was severely
wounded by a forty-two pound round
shot, and most certainly notbj'the wind
of it; and by reason of the grand surgery
of the late Sir James Ferguson I am
now alive to tell the tale."
A medical correspondent quotes Prof.
Sir T. Longmore upon the matter thus:
The true explanation of the appearances
presented in those cases which were
formerly called "wind contusions" ap
pears to rest m the peculiar direction or
degree of obliquity with which the
missile has happened to impinge against
the yielding and elastic skin, together
with the position of the internal organs
injured between this missile and other
hard substances m their neighborhood.
Tho surface itself is notdire'itly torn or
cut into because tho impact of tho pro
jectile has not been sufficiently direct to
effect an opening; but tho parts beneath
are crushed by the pressure to which
they havo been subjectel between the
combined influence of the weight and
momentum of tho shot on one-side and
some hard resisting substance on tho
other. There are no cases I have seen
or read of, our correspondent adds, that
can not be satisfactorily explained on
the theory given above. Pall Mall
HANDY DUMP CART.
A Useful Vehicle to Havo About tho Place
How It Is Constructed.
I have in operation at my barn, says a
writer in Farm and Home, an ingeniouslj
made car, than which nothing could bg
more satisfactory. It is a great laboj
saver and can be used to advantage:
alike for getting out sand for a cran
berry bog, drawing muck, or where I use
it for clearing the stables of my largq
barn. In the first cut it is shown com'
plete as it stands upon the track. It it
6 feet long, 2 feet highS2 feet wide at
the bottom and 3 feet J8 inches at the.
top. It has a handle at each end. The
axles are bolted to the frame as shown
in the last cut Fig. 2 shows the boV
torn of the car. It is made of inch-and
a-balf plank and room is left for expan
sion by moisture. Along each aide of;
this bottom a piece of strap iron is se
cured to como in contact with a series of
rollers shown between the car tracks in
Fig. 3. As the car passes over these
rollers the bottom is lifted slightly, so
that the bolt which holds it in place can
bo shot without difficulty.
Ono end of this bottom is hinged,
while the other end is held in place by
a single heavy bolt The object of this
THE WOMANLY GIRL.
According to Treaty Arrangements They
Are Divided Into Four Classes.
Under rules formally agreed upon by
tho Powers of Europe, at the Interna
tional Congresses of Vienna and Aix la
Chapelle (held in tho e irly part of the
present century), and adopted by tho
Government of the United States, diplo
matic agents are divided into four
classes: (1) ambassadors, legates or
nuncios; (2) envoys, ministers or other
persons accredited to sovereigns; (3)
ministers resident; and (4) charges
d'affaires accredited to ministers for
foreign affairs. Ambassadors, legates
and nuncios possess what is styled tho
"representative" character. They are
supposed to represent the person of tho
Prince by whom they are sent, and as
such to be entitled to hold direct per
sonal audience with tho sovereign to
whom they are accredited. Our Govern
ment neither sends nor receives diplo
mats of this grade. Legates and nuncios
represent the Pope, with whom we have
no political relations, and who, therefore,
has no agent at Washington; and as wo
have not seen fit to attach the title of
Ambassador to any of .the representatives
sent out by us, wo Have been honored
with no ambassadors from other states.
In point of fact, this representative dis
tinction is of little practical value so far
as it confers tho privilege of direct ap
proach to the throne, for diplomatic
business is transacted nowadays through
the Foreign Office of every leading gov
ernment, and not through personal au
diences with the sovereign head. Still,
it humors the vanity of a diplomat to be
called Ambassador; the title gives him
Why She Enjoys the Genuine Kespcct
In tho hurry and artificial life of this
nineteenth century there isVyet cause
for hope in the genuine respect shown
even by boors to the wSmanly girl.
Whatever stands in the way of a girl at
taining to the highest goal, that of
Christian womanhood, becomes in com
parison as mere chaff. The girl who
gives up her love of home and Sneers at
tho cares of house in order to pursue
what she deems a "higher education"
has sold her birthright for a mess of
pottage. She has measured her acquire
ments by the wavering values of this
world. Only when a woman is gentle
and wise enough to attain to high in
tellectual powers, and use them, not as
coarse women do, for their own aggran
dizement, but as a moans to minister
help and hope toothers, has she learned
the use of her -power. Intellectual
training is like physical training
a means by which woman may
receive more power for her'
work, in her home or in any field out
side to which she is called; it is no
more. 'Without it she may be a , -weak
hand where she might have been a
strong one, just as a woman who is crip-
piea is unable to accomplish as much
good as one who is robust and strong.
Yet the woman who devotes herself to
intellectual pursuits merely for her own
glory is not less silly or cumbersome to
the earth than she who devotes her eng
tire time to personal adornment from
motives of vanity. Both fail to attain
even the admiration of the world. The
woman who has attained to intellectual
heights and has not been gentle and
wise enough to use tho "tongues of
learning to speak a word in season to
him who is a-wcary" her mission has
passed her by. She has lost the sweet- i
est pleasure of a true woman, that of
HAJfDY DUMP CART.
Is that the bottom may fall down at ths
proper moment and discharge the load
without rehandling - it The bolt is
drawn by a raised tio while the car is
being pushed along. Starting at tho
left-hand side we will suppose the car
to be pushed toward tho right-hand end
of tho track shown in Fig. 8. On ap
proaching tho rollers mentioned we see
the raised tie.
The car passes over this tio with tho
exception of tho last end, where a bolt
head hangs down, and this is caught by
an iron in the tio and drawn back. The
iron in tho raised tio which draws this
bolt is four inches wide, three-fourths
of an inch thick and eighteen inches
long. It is fitted in the raised tie edge
wise, and has a coiled spring under each
end of it This allows the knob on the
bolt to pass over.
The bolt is fastened to the bottom
with staples through which it slides.
Released, the bolt leaves the bottom
free to dropjiown, but this is prevented
by the rollers over which it muit pass
until the open space at the right of the
rollers is reached, when it falls and the
load follows it Pushing the car on a
little further, tho bottom comes in con
tact with another tio and it is raised in
place, when the bolt is pulled forward
and the car can be run back for another
FODDER FOR HORSES.
Ar Beautiful Women Happiest?
In my life I have known many women
well. Among thom is a fair majority of
what the truly appreciative would call
happy, for which fact I thank God, as it
has helped me. to tako on tho whole
hopeful view of life, as well as of
human nature. Now, are theso women
blessed as many of thom aro with de
voted husbands, cheerful homes, cul
tivated society, and leisure for tho ox
erciso of any special talent they may
possess, beautiful women? With one
or iwo exceptions, no. Indeed, more
than a few of them aro positively plain
if feature only is considered, while
from the rest I can single out but tw
or three who3e faces and figures con
form to any of the recognized standards
of physical perfection. But thoy aro
honored, they aro loved, thoy aro de
ferred to. While not eliciting the ad
miration of every passer-by, they havo
acquired through the force, the swo4 1
ness or originality of their character
the appreciation of those whoso appreti
ation confers honor and happiness, and
consequently their days pass m an at
mosphero of peace and good will which
is as far above tho delirious admiration
accorded to the simply beautiful as the
placid shining of tho sunbeam is to the
phenomenal blaze of an evanescent
flame. Anna Katharine Green, in
Ladies' Homo Journal.
Catarrhal Deafness; Hay Fever A Now
Sufferers aro not generally aware that
these diseases are contagious, or that they
are due to the presence of living parasites
in the lining membrane of tho nose and
eustachian tubes. Alicroscomc research
however, has proved this to be a fact, and
the result of this discovery is that a simple
remedy fias been lormulatea whercfey
Catarrh, Hay Fever and CatarrhalDeafness
are permanently cured in from ore to three
simple applications made at home "by the
patient once in two weeks.
N. B. This treatment is not a snuff or an
ointment; both havo been discarded by
reputable physicians as injurious. A pampn-
let explaining this new treatment is sent on
receipt ot tnree cents in stamps to pay
postage by A. H. Dixon & Son, cor. of John
and King Street, Toronto, Canada. Chris
Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should
carefully read the above.
An Undue Prejudice Acalnst It A Horse
There seems to bo quite a difference
of opinion among horsemen as to the
value of corn fodder as a food for horses,
A leading farm paper recently cautioned
its readers against feeding horses on
corn-stalks, stating that they would
make tho horses' coats rough. Mr. C.
W. Williams, tho breeder and trainer oi
Axtell, says that Mb wonderful colt had
little besides corn-stalks for rough fod
der during nearly two winters. He says
he considers corn-stalks the best rough
lodder he can get for colts. The writer
once worked for a farmer who never cut
any hay. His cattle and horses never
had any fodder but cured corn-stalks
The animals always looked well and tho
horses did their full share of work.
Tho writer now has two horses that
havo very little to do and are not heavily
One of them prefera corn-stalks to hay,
wuuu m umur runs down 11 lea on
stalks without hay. It is an old horse
and can not handle the stalks as well as
a younger horse would. Wo find that
this prejudice against corn-stalks for
horses is quite oommon among a class
of farmers. Except in the caso of old
horses with poor teeth, wo do not think
the prejudice is just In fact it seema
reasonable that a moderate supply of
well-cured stalks will prove beneficial
to a horse in winter, and even with old
horses if the stalks cISuld be cut and
moistened with hot water thov would
prove valuable. A good deal of the ob
jection to stalks for horses maybe traced
to ther-fact that the grain of iie corn is
fed with the stalks. This makes an "ill
balanced" ration. When stalks are fed
give oats and wheat-bran.
precedence on ceremonial occasions, and
at some capitals it gives him precedence ministering to and helping those who
in securing audience with tho Minister else were helpless and hopeless. Tn-
for Foreign Affairs. Tho United States,
in its treatment of the diplomatic corps
at Washington.disregards the question of
title in matters of business. The ministers
take rank in the diplomatic body accord
ing to the order in which they arrive at
the seat of Government and present
their credentials, and as to interviews
with the Secretary of State they are ad
mitted in the audience-room in the
order in which they reach tho depart
ment and present their cards on
'Diplomatic Day." A similar rule as
to audiences is recognized at St. Peters
burg, Berlin and elsewhere, but the fact
that it is not universally observed places
our representatives occasionally at a
disadvantage. In some countries a Min
ister of tho United States mav wait for
hours in the anti-room of the Foreign
Office to gain an interview on some
state matter of the liveliest importance;
and at the very lact moment, when
those outranking him in title have
come and gone ana ne is aoout to
tako his turn, tho representative of
some insignificant Asiatic power, who
has just arrived with no other object
perhaps than to exchange a few idle
words with the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, goes in ahead, simply because ho
is styled "Ambassador," and the repre
stead of living in the broad sunshine of
Christian life she is imprisoned in tho
narrow cell of her own selfishness. N.
Queen Victoria's Indian Farm.
The Queen pays more than 10,000,000
a year out of the profits of her Indian
farm for the education of her tenants.
There are at Bombay, Madras and Cal
cutta great universities on the model of
tho University of London, and the whole
of India is dotted with colleges and
schools. The universities havo more
than 2,000 native students, and the pro
fessorships include law, medicine, eng
gineering and the classics. In addition
to these there are 96 colleges in British
India containing nearly 9,000 students,
as to academies and public schools,
their name is legion. There are now
schools for the teaching of English in
every district, but it will yet be genera
tions before education can be spread
throughout the people, and only then
will India be happy. Cosmopolitan.
The gradual failure of a cast-iron
bridge erected about sixty-five years
ago at Potsdam has been tho cause of
considerable scientific inquiry. Tho
conclusion arrived at is that the bridge
sentative of the great American Republic members were too rigidly connected, no
may have tho door of tho audience- adequate allowance being made for ef
room closed in h$s face for the day. I fects of varying temperatu
Buckwheat In Orchards.
Wo believe it was Prof. J. L. Budd, of
Iowa, who first recommended buckwheat
as a crop to bo grown in young orchards,
The subject is thought to be of such
importance that it should be kept before
the people who plant orchard fruits. Mv
belief in tho practice, writes Prof. Budd
in the Farmers' Review, is more positive
ly in its favor than it was ten years ago.
During the heated months a covering of
growing buckwheat furnishes very near
ly the cool, mellow soil found over the
roots of trees in tho primitive forest
Not only is tho soil made cooler, per
mitting the nitrogen-feoding roots to
come up nearly to tho surface, but the
lower beds of air coming in contact with
tho stems and lower branches are also
cooler. If any one doubts tho beneficial
effects of buckwheat in a young orchard
let him sow one-half of tho orchard to
this orop the last of June, and treat tho
other half in any one of tho ordinary
ways. He will find in three years a
difference in favor of the buckwheat
portion that can be seen a mile distant
With the use of tho now Japan buck
wheatwhich seems to fill perfectly in
our worst seasons the crop can be made
profitable. If there is moisture enough
in the soil when sown to bring it up I
believe it will mature a crop without
-The Governors of Texas, Nebraska,
Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky,
Michigan, Illinois, South Dakota and
New Mexico have already agreed to ap
point delegates to the Inter-State con
vention of cattle men to meet at Fort
Worth, Tex., March 11, 1890.
House the stock, but lot ibem alt
thoaasolYes upon fine days.
While the true American does iot bo
lieve in a King he will bet his last, cent on
lour ol tnem. Terre Jdaute lixpresa.
The Old, Old Story.
A little cough: a feeling 111:
Ahcndnclie oft; a dally chill;
A slower walk; a quickene i breath;
A frequent talk ot coming dotb.
No strciiKtb. to rise from day to day;
From loving e. cs he fstfes nwny.
Now lifts no more the weary head.
The struggle's or; the man is dead.
Such is the fatal progress of consumption,
How often is repeated the old. old storv.
Yet not half so often as it was before tho
Knowledge came to mankind that there was
a discovery in medical science by which the
dread disease could be arrested in its early
suites ana me patient restored to neaitn.
This wonderful remedy, is Dr. Pierce's
uuiucu luuuiuai ujsco very.
THOUSAN'PS Of cures follow tho nsn of Tlr.
cage's Catarrh Remedy. 50 cents.
The conceit of some -nermln is so slmmr
Vn- ... ai.5F.i-, , r
mey mane tnem. Atchison Globe.
A Representative American Institution.
The New York Central Sr. TTnrisnn "Rii-pr
Kailroad is to-dav recocmized bv the tra'l
ing public, and also quite generally by its
TOmiwuwjrs, us De.ng m many respects tne
representative Trunk Line lcadinpr from
the Atlantic seaboard. Tho merit of this
distinction rests largely upon unsurpassed
uamrai auvanuiges, suppiemeniea Dy
liberal and progressive policv.
It is tho aim of the Central's management
to provide for the patrons of this line the
est service attainable, and to this end all
tne resources oi tins great company aro in-
ll?CTPTltlir tl i A crtlonrli. vn!ilwo,f
admirable train service, and mapnificen.
Now York Central in the foremost rank
among tho railroads of the United States.
The Supremo Court Judges are conscious
that the Washington bench is not a scrub
board. Jlutc inson (Kan.) News.
There is probably no article made for the
Eublic which so nearly sells itself as Shallen
orger's Antidote for Malaria. Every bottle
used makes a permanent friend and herald
for the medicine. In these days, when every
sensational device is used in advertising,
this medicine only needs to bo known to sell
on its merits. A few doses will destroy all
Malaria in the system. Sent by mail for one
Dr. A T. Shallexbergeb, Rochester, Pa.
That opera manager performed quite a
feat who borrowed a tenner from the base.
Oregon, tho Paradiso of Farmers.
Mild,equitable climate,ccrtain and abundant
crops. Best fruit, grain, grass, stock country
in the world. Full information free. Address
He who allows his notes to fret over dew
will soon bo mist from, business circles.
A Superb Achievement.
Thousands of dollars have been expended
in preparing tho magnificent new catalogue
just issued oy tho Bryant & Stratton Chi
cago Business College, Shorthand Institute
and English Training School which is the
most elegant and costly volume of the kind
ever published, tho postage alone amount
ing to 10 cent3. It contains 113 largo pages,
9xl2 inches, with SO exquisite full-page
engravings, printed on finest enamel paper,
and every ambitious young man and woman
should secure a copy. Address H. B. Brt
ant & Sok, Proprietors, 7 to 19 Washington
St, Chicago, Illinois.
In the National flower discussion the
marrygold and toddy blossoms havo been
grossly neglected. Rochester Budget
Consumption Surely Cured.
To the Editor: Plcaso inform .'Our
readers that I have a positive remedy for
thp above named disease. By its timoly
use thousands of hopeless cases havo been
permanently cured. I shall be glad to send
two bottles of mv remedy free to any of
your readers who have consumption if they
will send mo their express and post-offlco
address. Respectfully,. T. A. Shocum, M. 0..
181 Pearl street New York.
A woman is never so badly in love that
she docs not try to find out tho cost of her
If you wish to do tho easiest and quickest
week's washing you ever did, try Dobbins'
Electric Soap next washday. Follow tho
directions. Ask your grocer for it Been
on the market 24 years. Take no other.
There is ono thing every "bud" must
have, and that's a blow out Boston
Do not suffer from sick headache a moment
longer. It is not necessary. Cnrter's Little
Liver Pills will cure you. Dose, one little
pill. Small price. Small dose. Small pill.
When a man succeeds in overcoming his
disposition to talk too much ho -writes too
11 'Brown's Bronchiai. Troches' weecc
cellent for tho relief of Hoarseness or Sore
Throat They-are exceedingly effective." '
Christian World, London, Eng. :
Silence is golden, but when a crowd ofl
people get together thoy. like to dissipate ittf
For a Cough or Sore ThroatthebestndK'
cine is Hale's Honey of Horehotrudand T-ar-J.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one mlnutei
The flrst time a man is called baldy tin.
thought of a fight comes Into his head.
To regulate the stomach,liver and bowels,
and promote digestion, take one of Carter?.
cvfrv nlcht Trv them.
"Do nothing by .halves" woujd be a poor,
motto for tho divorce lawyer. Time.
No Opium in Piso's Curo for Consumption
Cures where other remedies f aiL 25c.
Life-insurance agents can make life a
burden. Fort Worth Gazette.
Beware of imitations "Tansill'sPunch." -
In tfie presence of a chiropodist the wise
man acknowledges the corn.
It is known es st
tion affecting tho"
muscles and Joints
of the human body,
the sympfoms or
which axe swelling.,
of the ioints. acute
pains and aches. St Jacobs Oil cures promptly
nnd permanently this cnemr-which, is:
EandyciUo. Ohio, June 18. 1828.
Was taken with rheumatism in 1861: suP-
fered at times ever since and used crutohes.-
St Jacobs Oil relieved me about two years
ago. GEO. L. NIXON. .
At Druggists and Dealers.
THE CHARLES A. VOCELEB CO.. Baltimore. M J.
"GET WELL AND STAY WELL."
Get well and stay well. But how shall we do itf
Listen, my friend, and the secret Pll tell.
Though, for that matter, thero's no Becret to it,
As many a man understands very well.
K-you'ro iow-spirited, gloomy, depressed,
If nothing tastes good and your nights bring no rest,
If your stomach is foul and your mouth seems much fouler,
And so cross you become that they call you a ' growler,"
Be sure that the trouble is duo to your fiver,
And tho blood is as Bluggish as sometimes a river
Becomes when it's filled with all manner of stuff: ,
Clear it out and the current runs smoothly enough.
Go to the druer storo and tret a bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DlscoverT. the
great Blood-purifior and Liver Invigorator.
It is a sure cure for tho low spirits and
general depression a man feels whoa hin
liver is inactive and his blood impura. It's
the only blood-puriflor and liver invitrorator
guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money
will be promptly refunded. It cures Indiges
tion, or Dyspepsia, and from its wonderful
blood-purifying properties, conquers all Skin
and Scalp Diseases, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Eo
zema and kindred ailments. All' Wood
poisons, no matter of what name or nature,
yiold to its remedial influences. ScrofulorJi
Sores and Swellings, FtTer-sores and Hip-,
joint Disease, are among tho grave maladic.t
that have yielded to its marvelous curative
world's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Proprietors, No. 663 Main Stnet,
Buffalo, N. Y. '
Strange' as it may seem, a man fails to
support his wife when ho is most strongly
etisposca to sup porter. JSmtrhampton
TTT vminiT mnn nTTiTiln?-, r. V,i,o,,0Ck l..a
girl is foolish enough to lace tightly in or
der to nave a small waist and then goes
nimseii to won. to compress it further still.
TnE man who has lots Of debts has the
sweet consolation, anyhow, of knowing
-nat lots oi people win do interested in mm
wnen ne dies. oomcrvillo Journal.
We have at last solved the mvsterv whv
tauors put outtons on tne cutis oi coat
sleeves. It is to tear out overcoat lininers
and get themselves a job. Burlington Free
The poet says that "'Tis love which
makes tho world go round." It also makes
the young man "go round" quite frequently
It is a little rouffh on the criminal. Thev
got the weakest-minded, most ignorant
men possible for the jury, and then speak
oi trying tne poor uniortunate by a jury oi
nis peers. jjoston xranscripc
People will learn after a while not to
build too lush. The tower of Babel was fol
lowed by the confusion of toneues and the
i-inei tower is loiiowea by trie influenza.
Tne man who builds a mausoleum for the
reception oi his remains after death is
afflicted with a vaulting ambition.
Martha's Vineyard Herald.
The oh-no-we-never-mention-it localitv
is paved with pood intentions: hut tho
man who sprinkles ashes on tho icy side
walk is macademizing his own road to
It appears to be an established truth thnt
an ounce of keep-your-mouth-shut is better
than a nonnri of m-ninntinn -,.-. ..- i
t . - A - fimiraiuu UAIK.A UU UUVC
MANT a person who rlnims tr, ha of----.
struck turns out after a trial to ho i
Etrr-,i "-Yonkers Statesman.
And attacks of la grippe, typhus fever. Bcariet
t ever or diphtheria, the patient recovers strength
slowiy, as the system Is weak and debilitated, and
the blood poisoned by the ravaees of the disease.
"Wnatis needed is a good reliable tonic and blood
purliier like Hood's Sarsaparilla. which has just the
elements-Aof strength for the body, and vitality and
richness for tho blood which bring back robust
Sold oy all druggists. $1; six for S5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
Oj-,'J-i'J-JJ-(TF.S3 for an incurable caso of
r""'M "i mm i Catarrh in tha Head by
the proprietors of DR. 6AGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
SYMPTOMS OF CATAREII. Headache, obstruction of nose, disebnrera
fallinsr into throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, at others. thicV-,
tenacious, mucous, purulent bloody and putrid; eyes weak, ringing In care,
deafness, difficulty of clearinff throat expectoration of offensive matter;
brcnth offensive; smell and taste impaired, and g-cneral debility. Only a
few of these symptoms likely to be present at once. Thousands of cases
result in consumntion. nnd end in the rnvf
By Its re fid. soothinc antisentic. olennsincr. nnd hn-illno- nmtwrtl Ttv fiaem'a i?-ivi-
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svorst cases of Chronic Catarrh, as thousands can testify. "Cold in the Head"
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ingr, watering or weak eyes, and impaired memory, when caused by the violence of Catarrh
as thoy all frequently are. By dru(rists, E0 cents. '
Best Coueh Medicine. Eecommondfii. He PhwrimVno
Cures where all elso failp. Pleasant and airreeable to the
taste. Children take it without obiection. Bv dru-rtrists.
Ely's Cream Balm
1 lrlce 6 Cqgts.
Apply Balminto each nostril.
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