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tea aih~asand broken ON*
se withered in sadnew,
h to ung;
ino ano sba)A sung,
etuge, a house of protection,
She storm-oloud, &u vivid its dart;
dews the maid of afection
bas bow alighted and broken bpr
her relies the willow wee over;
ue slumber are huahed deep
*0~b u1Aof a recrsant lover,
r41aIMe bigb disturb her repose.
g ttl0oo pu refor the bonds that enchained It,
"A wed In realms whence It n'er shall de
reoWs =tly down on the wretoh who dlsdained
9a his who has rited and broken a heart.
G088R FOR THE LADIES.
*one OrsY SwlsSheIs on Women'.
Dressed as women usually are, the
less.exercise they take the better fox
*health. In fact, they are seldom il
to stand erect or walk a block, but should
be rolled around on a sofa or carried or
a palanquin. Not one woman in 10,00(
has room inside her clothes for the rigi
and fall of the ribs in breathing; noi
one in 10,000 whose vital organs are noi
by internal pressure, and whill
is so the less exercise the better.
he Engagemeat Ring.
To signalize an engagement a diamon
ring has hitherto been chosen ; but thi
ale of the -diamond of' betrothal having
bon too often "accepted as a measure
ment of the briaogroom's fortune it i
ceasng to be an agreeable s mbol t
young ladies of refined fiber anddelicat
sentiments. Those who still cling to th
ustom of placing a jewel tipon the han
of a fiancee are extremely careful t
choose a fiawless diamond, no matte
how small it may be. There is a haunt
ing superstition about the perfection o
i symbol that is not without its uses
It is at least an evidence of the giver'
Why demand that all the moralitj
should bo on the side of woman? What
ever degrades a woman also degrades 9
man. Take some of the vices and hab
its of the day. A man smokes a falthy
cigar, or carries about half an ounce o1
tobacco in Ius cheek, and yet expecta his
wife to preserve a clean mouth and
sweet breathi. Again, a young mnt
starts out to spend the evening with his
Iadored Evelina. Should ho find her noi
at home, but in the neighboring saloon
however genteel It might be, that wouk
be his last visit. In his estimation shi
would have sunk below his level, and ye
that young man himself is a daily visito:
V ~ to that same~ Baloon, and engages in a)
Why DIamonds ?
When Madame Patti appeared befor
New York, Brooklyn and Boston audi
e noes she wore diamonds valued at $500,
000, gifts made to her by royal potem
tates m Europe. Madame Janausehb
S)as a $50,000 necklace presented to he
- -~''~""~ by the late Czar Nicholas. IndeeO, it
the fashion among rich people to lavis
diamonds and other costly jewels up~o
opera singers anid actresses. There toe
*not seem to be. any sense in this preferi
enee for operatic and dramatic artist
over other women who havo done mirsi
class work. If worth was considered
It would be women like Florence Night
ingale who would receive the diamonds
If genius, it would be George Eliot ; ant
if heroic self-sacrifloe, these costly gift
would be monopolized by poor womeri
in the lower ranke of life.--Demoresh'
A saving wVomnan.
With an economical woman at thi
* head of a house much can be accom
plished. The Idea of saving is a plea~s
ant one : and if the women imbibed il
et once, they would cultivate it and ad,
here to it;. and thus, when they are not
*yre of it, they would be laying the
foundation of a competent security in i
* stormy time, and shelter in a rainy day.
The woman who sees to her own houst
has a large field to save in. The best
i way for her to comprebend it is to keep
- an account of all current expenses.
Probably not one woman in ten has an
Idea how much are the expenditures oi
2 herself and family, Whether $500 oi
$5,000 are expended annually there is i
W. chance to save something if the righ
effort is made. Let the housewife tak<
the idea, act upon it, and she will sav<
something where before she thought i
impossible. This is a duty, yet not
sordid avarice, but a moral obligatioi
4 that rests upon the women as well as th<
Woman at Home.
Home is more to a woman than to.a
n*. an. It is her temp1e. She is its god
dsIts priestess-but of tener its jani
'ar. Aman doesn't oksolongingl,
b~kat the old home, though it neve
cast him a cent, bought all his clo thea
and sent him to college. A ma i like
his home, when be gets acquainted in it
besose there his stopidity passes fo
k the oundest wisdom. His jokes at
'eli laughed at (though it needs, a glo.
Ytoget attheir meaning) if he oni:
~ b~oassthe laughing place. When
~~ dies he Is wept for at home, bu~
o& world moves right along as:i
had happened ; fond lovei
ils graveyard, even ; wear hi
ne ianooth eittingon it, contra<
andwore reumnatism, at
with labial confectioner,
Sthere were skeletons
They never get there ni
ebrought. Seretsin tl
* bad thmns There Is on
Ball riht, and that is
~h~sz~aspresent for til
I~utbe1b is sure to be se
tefore Ohristmas, so th
lovely and harmio2
~ithey love ev
t sb for girls that are no6
tobeapoorman's wif to remain with
their parents than to becoree such. It
,will be better for their lovers, too, and
better for society.
Die Lewis en WOmen.
Now stand with me at my oMoe win.
dow and see alady pass. There goes one.
Now isn't she a pretty looking object?
A big hump, three b lumps, a wilder.
ness of ornmps and rl, a hauling up
of dress here and there, an enormous
hideous mass of false hair or bark piled
on the top of her head, and on the top
of that a little nondescript tlting orna
mented with bits of lace, birds' tails , etc.,
while the shop windows tell us of the
paddings, whalebones and springs that
occupy most of the space within the
In the name of all the simple, sweet
sentiments which cluster about a home,
I would ask how a man is to fall in love
with such a compound, doubled and
twisted, starched, comical artificial,
touch-me-not curiosity. This dress
checks your movements. With that
wasp waist, your lungs, stomach, livei
and other organs squeezed down out ol
their place and into one-half their natu.
ral size, and with that long tail dragging
on the ground, how can an.y man of any
sense, who knows that life is made up ol
use, of service, of work, take such a
partner? He must be desperate to unite
himself for life with such a deformed,
fettered, half breathing ornament. If I
were in the matrimonial market I mighi
marry a woman that had but one arm,
or one eye, orno eyes at all, if Fshe suit.
I ed me otherwise, but so long as God
permitted me to retain my senses would
m never join my fortunes with those of a
D woman with a small waist.
e Why Wonen Work.
It is curious that the world has yet to
o be convinced that women do not love to
r work any more than men do. They are
- credited with dependence, with a love of
I ease and luxury, and yet when a salaried
position is in question the woman has to
take less because she needs less.
It cannot be because she spends less,
for the extravagance of women was
dwelt upon by Solomon and Jeremiah,
and it is a song that has never known a
rest. The reason for the difference in
wages is generally found to be in the as.
sertion that women who do not need a
support or have few responsibilities,
crowd into the paid occupations. There
is an inconsistency here. If she loves
ease why does she work ? If she spends
more, how is it she needs less ?
The truth is that very few women
work for anything but necessity. Here
and there is one that loves independence,
works for it and deserves it, and here
Sand there i- another who would rathei
b work than forego certain luxuries, and
La she earns them, but the majority ol
women work because they have respon
sibilities, and as a class they are oum
most~ reliable, sober and economica
workers, for no woman with a family o~
little children gambles away their breai
-and butter, or no sister or daughter wh<
. is of necessity the bread winner wasteu
what she earns, and comes home to
Ssad, hungry family, bringing them emp
r ty hands and indifference to their needs
..All children are fond of candy, and ii
e purec, a moderate amount is not inpurious,
.In these (lays of adulteration, that mad<
,at home is safest to give them. It is a
simple matter to make chocolate cara
mels ; all that is needed is one cup of
Ssweet milk, one cup of molasses, half a
Scup of sugar, hal a cup of grated choco
late, a piece of butter the size of a wal
nut ; stir constantly and let it boil until
it is thick, then turn it out on to but
tered plates ; when it begins to stiffen,
mark it in squares, so that it will break~
readily when cold. Oocoanut caramela
are made of two cups of grated cocoanut,
one cup of sugar, two table-spoonfuls ol
b flour, thie wites of three eggs beaten
stiff; bake on a buttered paper in
quick oven. Nioe white candy is easily
madec. Take one quart of granulated
sugar, one pint of water ; two table
spooufuls of vinegar ; boil just as you
do molasses candy, but do not stir it ;
you can tell when it is done by trying it
in cold water. Pull it as if it were mo
lasses candy ; have a dish near by with
some vanilla in it, and work in enough
to flavor it as you pull ; put it in a cold
room, and the next day you will have
Elan has given to the world four
books which are immortal. They have
~traveled through the world, have Yteen
Sread by millions, have been translated
3 in many different languages, and still
are marching down the years to enrich
and bless the generations. Their story
is of deepest interest, and around each
. cluster fragrant and pleasant memories,
.Bunyan the sturdy non-conkormist.
sending from the walls of Bedford jail
rhis unique book. Baxter, warmly loved
and fiercely htdaloimprisone foi
his religious views, 'iving us his "Saint's
R est,"' which has bles4a multitude ol
waiting souls. De Foe. who for his
principles was now in the closet of the
.King, and then in the dreary dungeone
oNegate whose "Robinson Crusoedhai
stlnthe hours of sleep from millions;
and Iassao Watts whose hymns will bE
su~ng so long as curch walls and cathe
dral towers stand. All have a bold
upon the Enls-pai grace that cai
never be broken.--S. Bridgman,
r. AUcl Te-onored Remedy.
" UclePop, sadOol. M. to
Sformer slave, " I hear that some of yor
* darkies down on t4he lower place are at
s' flicted with the itch."
a "lBein' as it's .you boss,' ele l
Pom y, hesitatingj ,.Imus confes
dat e Lwa has t to af~ick us da
way, fer a fao'."
" Ah Doing any thin gfor it?"
". Yes, sah; eoh yes, malh I"
,T"hy, we--er--we am scratohin' Ie
o "'Ts mobra o livetha to die. Ther4
fy ore don't watt till a slight Cough develog
~ todt into consumpilon, but osue a btte
Dr 1ull's Cough Syrup at the small outlay <
iiny, enore your Cough and live on happ3a
da e~ess "TRe
tnan strugglngf p
n Iears* the door got io a O 0
wa Seator if Not able to
Crowd into the xllery se apart Sen
ators' wives, e pued through the
throng at the door of the ladies' gllery.
"Let me in," she demauded of the door.
keeper, and handed him her card. No
response. "Senators have passed as
many as sixteen ladies apiece into the
Senatorial gallery, consequently le
who belong there are pushed out.' She
was very angry. "I wonder how many
Senators here own to having sixteen
wives." "Madame, take your arms
away I You knocked me in the chest. I
expected tq find ladies here. I never
was in s5 uncouth a set. Keep your
elbow out of my chest, madam! I won't
stand such treatment! I will stick a pin
to the surprise and amusement of by
standers the Senator's wife produced a
pm, and threatened to bury it to the
head in the first one who touched her.
Presently a surge in the crowd throw a
lady against the defiant Sonator's wife.
She turned with her pin ready to put
her threat into execution, but was met
by a long bonnet pin in the hand of the
intruder. "Only in self-defense," the
lady said, laughingly. The Senator's
wife continued her abuse and vulgar ha
rangue until the Borgeant-at-xrms had to
be cqjled. In the excitement she slipped
through the unguarded door into the
gallery, and was lost in the inner throng,
and got by fraud what we who were
abiding by rules had to wait for, some of
us, for over two hours."
Had All the Symptoms.
Squibbs' boy has been for some
months an inmate of a law office in a
certain city which shall be nameless.
He entered with the determination, as he
annoinced to his family, to become Sec
retary of State. There would seem to
be some probability of his succeeding,
to judge from the following note sent the
other day to his anxious mother, who
had inquired why he did not come home
to see them oftener: "The impossibility
of my absence will be readily nppareit
when I convey the intelligence thaIt my
senior principal is at the curent juncture
exhaustively engaged in the preparation
of a voluminous series of intercalatory
interrogatories to be propounded to a
supposedly-rocalcitrant witness whose
testiniony is of cardinal importance in
the initial stages of an approaching pre
liminary investigation involving the most
eAN You see the Ink Bottle on the
Table? It is full of Nice Black Ink. If
you Want to, you can Pour the Ink ott
on the Carpet. It makes the Carpet
look Black too, does it Not ? Sit down
on the Carpet and Put both your Little
Paddies in tho Ink. What a Nice Pic
ture you can Make on the Wall Paper
now. Make a Picture of a Big Man and
a iteGirl. Do you want to Put some
Ink on the Lace Curtain ? Very well.
Put it on Carefully, for you Shoula never
waste the Ink or anything Else. This
will be Quite a Surprise to Mamma when
she Comes in.--Denver i'ibunc Pruncr.
Hlonam - nlAoING, says a Western
preacher, is an ulcer. No, sir, you
are mistaken. It's simbply a runaround.
Tony Pastor in Trouble.
Tony Pastor, of New York, who is now
with his inimitable variety combination,
making a tour of the principal cities of
the Union, is recognized as the leading
character vocalist and variety performer
of the United States. He owns and runs
a first-class theatre on Broadway, New
York City, and has gathered about him
the best troupe of variety artists that
could be obtained. Thle company has
just complete~d a brilliant engagement at
the Walnut-street Theatre, Philadelphia,
and after the present tour they will reap
p ear in Tony Pastor's own theatre in
New York City. Mr. Pastor is the origi
nator of his peculiar school of character
singing, and has made himself immense
ly popular, having realized by his talents
a large fortune.
The writer of this article met Mr.
Pastor recently at the'Bingham House,
in Philadelphia, and found him as genial
in private as he is amusing before the
public. During our conversation I in
quired as to his physical health, and he
replied that, notwithstanding the strain
upon him in the dischargo of his pro
fessional duties, it was excellent, Hie
had occasionally severe pains, either the
result of rheumatic attacks or colds, but
any complaints of that character never
troubled him long, as he had found out a
remedy for all such annoying affections.
I asked him what the remedy wats, and ho
rep~lied, "St. Jacobs Oil." I then learned
from Mr. Pastor that he considered the
Great German Remedy an excellent prep
aration for the cure or relief of rheuma
tism, and that it was about the only
thing used among professional people
for that distressing complaint. He took
bottles of it with him whenever he went
traveling, and would not bo without it,
and know that it was very popular with
a number of members of his own com
pany. A conversation held subsequently
'with various members of the organiza
tion revealed the fact that St. Jacobs Oil
had been performing most invaluab~lo
service for them in the way of curing
them of rheumatism. Nearly every art
ist in the troupe used it, and was enthus
iastic in its "praise, and the writer was
really forced to the conclusion that Tony
Pastor was cer' nly in luck in having
so valuable an article known and em
ployed by his inimitably good company
of performers, for it enabled every one
to be always in his place, thus insuring
comfort to the management and genuine
satisfaction to the public. Tony Pastor
would certainly be in trouble without
St. Jacobs Oil. At least, other managers
whose artists have been tempjorarily un
supplied, have noticed the difference be
tween St. Jacobs Oil in stock and St.
Jacobs Oil out of stock--among the
members of their companies.-.-. Y.
Buw SALAD.--Slice then a layer of
cold boiled potatoes in your salad'dish -
then a layer of cold baked or boiled
beans, then a layer of thin-sliced raw
onions ; season each layer with pepper
r and salt, and continue until your dish is
full; then pur over enough boiling
vinegar, wit butter in it, to cover, and
your dish is ready for the table.
"ALL through advertising," remarked
ex~.MabyorOGregory, to os s he went
,homeward with a' bottle of St. Jacobs
Oil, "that I bough6 this. Your paper
~econtains so many wonderfual cures---of
1 onise ha 'a- - -
thS~' are ?ao~.-..aud ~o I tho'rswht
4 rAmdat reason why thme
i me to us, and very little
bhol temain where they are,
no doubt that one and all of
aVe a natural attachment for the
La4iuwhieh they have -been born and
Ilared, or that they will shake the dust
Df Germny off their feet with many and
bitter regrets ; for the Germans are not
only a homb-keeping people, but patriot
lm is a very vital force with them. But
if they are patriotic they are also prac
tiea, and if Germany makes life harder
than it need be, and new careers can be
secured elsewhere under better auspices,
her children will smother their com
punctions now as aforetimes, and will
go where they can have a living chance
for themselves and for their children.
The kiud of government to which they
have been subjected from time immemo
rial has always pressed heavily upon the
Germans of all classes in life, but
especially upon the commonalty, and it
would seem that the present Imperial
system presses rather harder than any
other kind of government. That the
Germans do not need to be ruled with a
particularly heavy hand our experience
with them abundantly proves. We have
no more industrious, frugal, law-abiding,
orderly, and useful class of foreign-born
citizens than those which come to us
from the land where Bismarck's policy
of iron and blood apparently render life
scarcely worth having.' It is the con
scription that these emigrants who are
hurrying to our shores are chiefly flying
from, and if they keep hurrying at the
present rate, it will soon become a ques
tion with the powers that be whether
something must not be done to modify
the system which compels so large a
portion of the male population to pass
the best years of their lives under arms,
or else to check emigration. It certainly
seems foasible to devise some method of
preventing the military service from
being the bugaboo that it now is, while
maintaining tho military ostablishmieut at
its proper strength for the meeting of
certain contingencies whiolb are exceed
ingly likely to occur in the near future.
Those contngencies would hot have
their present importance had the men at
the hond of German affairs refrained
from pushing their enemies of 1870 and
1871 to the wall, but they could not re
sist the temptation to humiliate the
French to the uttermost, and now they
are paying the very dearest possible price
for their lack of generosity and states
manlike forcast. The modification of
the military system, however, so as to
give the young men of Germany some
kind of reasonable pretext for staying at
laome instead oi flyimg to America, does
not seem to occur to the rulers of - Ger
many; while they have been cudgelling
their brains for a good while past to put
somo check on emigration. In this, how
over, they have thus far had little or no
success, and are not likely to have ex
cept by the adoption of stringent meoas
nires such as even so bold and unscrupu
lous a man as Bismarck would be apt to
hesitate about proposing. Meanwhile
the tide of emigration is steadily and
with increasing force Retting America
ward, and we are receiving accessions to
our population which we can well afford
to heartily welcome, and which are cer
tain to add materially to our wealth and
our strength.--Philadclphtia Telegraph.
IT is new fashionable to name patent
medicines after the saints. This is
because the saints soon get thoseowho
take them. ____
Taught their daughters that " a stich in timne
eaves nine." A pill in time saves not only nine,
but ofttimes an incalculable amount of suffer
ing as well. An occasional dose of Dr. Pieree'sa
Pellets (Little Sugar-coated Pilla,) to cleanse
the stomach and bowels, not only prevents dii
eases b~ut often b~reaksM up sudden attacks, when
taken in time. By druggists.
A WESTERN actor claims that, while per
forming as " Julius Crosar," he is uder
the spirit control of the dead emperor,
and ~does nothing of his own volition.
He is mistaken, for if great Julius were
directing the actor he would put a head
on Brutus the first time they met.
Dn. PIERCE's " Favorite Prescription " pers
fectly and permanently cures thoso disease9
peculiar to females. It is tonic and nervino,
effectually allaying and curing those sickening
seinations that effect the stomach and heart
through reflex action. The back-ache, and
"dragging-downi" sensationsa all d1isapplear
under the strengthening effects of this great
restorative. By druggists.
Tim L~ssON.-dane-"HNo; I shall
not be at homeo to-night. I have to takc
my German lesson this evening." Clara
-"That must be so nice ! I never
danced it myself ; but tell me, is it any
thing like the polka or waltz ?"-Boston
Fonl weak lungs, spitting of blood, weaki
stomach, night sweats and the early stages of
Consumption, " Golden Medical Discovery " is
specific. By druggists.
" Mn. G(rwnoon~y," said a diminutive
boy w ith a handful of bills, "' when are
you going to pay this bill for them boots
you have got on ? " "' How old aro you,
nonniy ? " "' Ton years old." " Go till
your pa that you have got too much cu
riosity for your ago."-Galveston N~cwu.
YOUNosTrOWN, 0., Aug. 6, IPR1,
H. HT. WAnN~n & Co.: firs-Your Safe Dia
betes Cure not only removed the prominent
symptoms of diabetes with which I had long
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health. COL. JOSIAH RODDINs.
HE WAs told to remain after school,
when the teacher, trying to impress upon
the youthful mind the sinfulness of not
speaking the truth, asked him if they
did not toll him in Sunday-school where
bad1( boys went who told' falsehoods.
Choking with sobs, he said : " Yes,
ma'am ; its a place where there is a fire,
but I don't just remember the name of
An Open Letter.
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she is very proud, hpth
sprightly and preooalogs 1
in a degree that would xit.
of any fond and appreciAtiv
A short time ago a gentlemen
gift to the lads, a pair of
Waks," which, of course,
oyi fancies immensely after they had
learned the important lesson of non-in.
terferenoe with the business. end of the
animals. One of the boys had been
giving a lady caller a glowing descrip.
tion of the pets, which led to the query:
"Ard your jacks gentle Frank ? "
"Well, yes, ma'am, said Frank.
"They are awful tame in front, but yot
bet they're atwful wild behind".--u
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MoIST mortar destroys lead pipe. Un
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on' asr Suw TaJL
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MErsmANi's peptonized beef toni the oal7
preparation of beef containiug its en/hre nan
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prostration, and all'fArms of general debility;
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POUTZ'S Horse and Cattle Powders are renowned the
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ROW TO SECURR uKEALT#Y.
1't is Atrino anv one will euflor from dferangements
bemialr on by inipure blood, whoa E1oyILT/Si SA RA.
PA RJ-I.A AND ST[LTLGIA, or BLOOD AND LiVRS
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Stomach, Skin, etc.
1MAKRR's PAfI PANACEA enrce pain in Man and
DR. P.oGia's WORM SYaUI Insatly deetrey,
TREG most. teliable agent for demtzoyinug and expellIng
worms from children and adits is Shr,,ner's Indian ver-.
miftly. O. cett a battle. Try it. Every bottle guar
tii e. to give satistaction.
A YOUING man wno went to 'the circus,
and stepped too near a monkey's cage,
had his arm seized and savagely jerked
by one of the moneys. He would have
Iescaped safely if he had not said, "It is
merely a monkey wrench," but when
they hoard that, the infuriated orowd
threw him in the lion's cage.
[Daily (Neb ) Press.)
"TRUE AS PREACHING,"
Next to short crops, drought and the
Missouri floods perhaps the rheumatism
is most to be dreaded. A man may be
able to attend~ to business with the chills
and fever and other such minor troub
les, but we defy any one to think of
anything but securing relief while suf
ferig with acute pain. To secure a
relievant therefore, which reduces the
suffering to the minimum aifti the quick
et to relieve pain is a great blebsing.
This reined y appeared in the shape of
the Great German Remedy, St. Jacobs
Oil, several years since and has been
steadily growing in popularity. Mr.
Charles Young, editor of the Staats
Zeitung, says of it :
"Many folks may think that the mer
its claimed for St. Jacobs Oil are not to
bo found in this wonderful liniment.
One hot summer night I was compelled
to get out of bed and go to an open win
dow. I'he cool lbreeze seemed to do me
a great deal of good, so I concluded to
cool ofr entirely before going back to
bed again. I fell asleep on the chair
and upon awaking in the morning, found
that I had a rheumatic pain in my left
shoulder. Having bear:1of the wonder
fuli cures that had been made by St. Ja
cobs Oil, I concluded to try a bottle.
After the first applicaution I felt greatly
relieved, and after using the liniment
the second time I was freed from all
pain, andl have not had any signs of
rheumatism since. Many of my friends
have also availed themselves of the great
curative properties of the great remedy,
and I know of no single instance in
which it has failed to do what was ex
pectedl of it."
Mr. E. S. Seymour, who has recently
purchased and refitted Nebraska City s
best hotel, the Grand Central, says the
St. Jacobs Oil seems to be in great de
mand anmon g the travoling public. Both
here and at his former place in Chicago
his guests resort to the Great German
Remedy for the alleviation of ihcumat
ic pain, and he long since came to regr~pd
it as a suecific not to be omfittedl when
pain wa's mentioned. The Oil is a fa
vorite for the cure of burne, bruises and
sprains, and ho has known good~ results
to flow froin its application i this re
Mrs. Oottrell, who is a guest at the
Grand Central Hotel, sprained her hand
not long since, and was cured by the ap
plicatien of St. Jacobs Oil. She thin ks
it a peerless remedy for the relief of
Mr. I.. Wecssel, JIr., edi tor of our
sprightly little monthly, the Phunny
Pflellow, says he has seen the St. Jacobs
Oil act most happily in the efamily of
which he is a member, when applied for
burns, headache, etc. From what he
has seen of it he considers it a splendid
Mr. Joseph'Davis, night policeman ih
Nebraska City, was cured of rheu ma
tism by the free application of St. Ja
Mr. Robert Hawke, the leading mer
chant of Nebraska City, was seen by the
reporter in connection with the achieve
ments of the St. Jacobs Oil. Mr.
Hawke, said that the remedy is vry
oarJip~hishfmily a a gl i
rn alnain Inldhnt .
1W the marke
Ofl*e 90jA, how.,
up or down
f his m0 and if he
M ORT BY THE WAY.
* ~~U ~'s deaofjenuhte
ess ws to be
Wee 1406 of sponge cake.
VAI~rYWANtheabsence of thes
g 13 j3Oto011 to our cobRp1ioi
Of the 'd $a aafteof Our Gepriva.,
tionthereoft T aples to ttiaterlal
things as we as Wo mmaterial coil
siderationA. The iele, whose ap
arance In the wintry, cold and
eakness sendA the shiver of discom.
fort thiMotgh the observer, would atu
t hotions of the Molest comfort I
ot and tul r k the sainner
seasonl. An7 in44y seas-ons-Shat
Inl Which the Iicel ourishes -o
and in thelone wherein Its absence
conspicuous-that most uuomforta
ble and torturing di theuma.
tism, plenitifully ab ak causing
pain and agony to myauof p le.
And yet it need not be thus ae
if suflerers would only use ST. JAcoBS
Oil, the surest, safest and speedlest
remedy in the wholo World for he
eradication and cure of rhou siat s
andalli aitift4 ailments. Thc ollow.
' ing from tho R ochcster (tid.) &ntindl
shows how some tneople attend tot eir
rheumatism: " When at yoUng1 Vus
band had gone from home and Avith
fond solietude telegrapbeA his little
wit-'What have you for creakfast,
and how's the babyl' lie receiVed the
. brief practical and suggettive reply
'lluckwheat cakes and the measles.1
We have the report of a case In our
midst, not wiere Invules was Ill the
bill of fare, but where sciutic rheuma
tni confined MIr. J. Dawson,the well
known lRoeh ester druggist, to lii
room for a long period. t war stated
toour reporter in t he followingwordj%
'The se-nior member of this firm wa.
attacked with sciatic rheumatini
about December 10th last, and for fiua
weeks sitteceding Feb. 1ith, coul
scarcely leave his room. IIeV USed .'T
JACoBS OIL, and Is 110w able to be al
hisphiceof busin.ss,feelingnot muel
tie worse for his recent aillietien
The inferenco. is convinmg. 'lh<
run which ST. JAcor.s OIL is havIhu
is, we say, uinpr ecedented, and thbe or
tiele is rapidly displacing .all otle
rhoumatie remedies as fast as its vir
times become known.
"lEfigar T. Ini e, Vq. drupgit
writes us from Clheoree .1 als,' En
- the Springfield (Mss.) ReptuceWm
"that Mr. Albert Guenther, und
Wild's Hotel, has used that remnarku
ble remedy, ST. JA( cos 01 L, for a sever
-aso of rheumntismn, and it cured hir
is if by magic."
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