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Xogn hofte at fal of night
o obserful, neat and bright,
met him at.the door,
In and look him o'er.
"How the work has gone?
ei with us at homeI"
don% Dan reads with ease.
a Dan,but one to please
taunt be put to bed
th e miltpyers are i",
o all In rowin
a ~tcked o'er little toes;
2uy, noisy, weary life.
Amskins for Moneyz
One of the very best wives and mothers
[htve ever known, whose husband was
of a most generous disposition and de
nied her nothing, once said to me that
Whenever her daughters should be mar
vied she should stipulate in their behalf
with their husbands for a regular sum of
money to be paid them at certain inter
vals for their expenditures. "I suppose
no man," she said, "can possibly under
stand how-a sensitive woman shrinks
from asking for money. If I can pre
vent it, my daughters shall never have
toaskfor it. If they do their duty as
wives and mothers they have a right to
their share of the joint income within
reasonable limits; for certainly no money
could bu the services they render.
T. W. Mgunon,
Wonen's Tear Not a Sign of weak
Women give way to tears more readily
than men ! Granted. Is their sex any
the weaker for it? Not a bit. It is
simply a difference of temperament,
that is all. It involves no inferiorit
If you think that this habit necessarif;
means weakness, wait andsee. Who has
not seen. women break down in tearE
during some domestic calamity, whik
"the sLronger sex " were calm; and whc
has not seen those same women rise un
and dry their eyes, and be henceforth
the support and stay of their households,
and perhaps bear up the " stronger sex
as a stream bears up a ship? I once said
to a physician watching such a woman
"That woman is really great." "Of
couarse she is, he answered ;" " did you
ever see a woman who was not great
when the emergency required ? "- 2
How Japanese Wlilow. Wear Their
y n nair.
My new friend the teacher was a wid
ow and meant never to marry again.
But do you say how did you know, when
you coul dn't talk togethier? I know by
her hair. .It is a science in Japan-this
atudy of the doing of the hair. The ago
and sex of a baby may be known by the
tuft in the back of the neck, or the ring
around the crown, or the bunch lef t in
front while all the rest is shaved. A
girl of 8 or 9 has her hair made up into
a bow on the back and wound round
with red crape, while the front is shaved
bare and bangs dangle at the sides. A
young lady combs hers high in front
-and arranged as a butterfly on the back
of her head, and plumaged with gold or
silver cord and gay hair-pins of gilt
balls. Some very stylish young ladies
prefer to have their back hair resemble
a half-open fan instead of a butterfly. A
married woman must keep the waterfall
s- tyle, while a widow who is willing to
think of matrimony wears her hair tied1
and twisted around a long shell hair-pin
placed horizontally across the back of
the head. But when a widow firmly re
solves never to changd her name again
she cuts off her hair short in her necki
and comnbs it back without any part,
This is the way my newv friend, the
teacher, 'wore' hers.-Round the World
A Womuan After Itailroad Pasni.
" I want to showv you this," said th(
Colorado Bailroad Superintendent. "It's
a real curiosity as a sample of fenminine
cheek. It is from a woman in Ohio,
" My dear Mr. -," it began, in
* stiff, corset-like style of writing, "1 an
organizing a party to go to Colorado thiu
spring, and I write to you for a favol
which, I feel assured, you will grawi
without hesitation. The party will num
bet seventy-flye people, most of wvhon
will be ladies. .I have already fount
sixty-eight whio have expressed a will
ingness to go.~ What I desire is passei
for the party. Many of them are rea
mice young ladies, and perhaps theywil
remain in Colorado if they like the coua.
-~ try real well. Most of them are fron
very rich families, and they are very in.
telligent and well educated. We wil
travel in conventional tourist fashion
and intend to have a perfectly-lovel~
f.ime of it if the country suits us, and w(
think it will. Please make our. passes
good for six months. I never had the
pleasure of meeting you, but I under
stanid from a gentleman friend who
knows you that you are very kind to la
dies. He told me that you would not
heuitate in giving me passes for the par
S.Iam not much acqjuainted with
olorado, and hear that it is a very wild
and dangerous country for ladies to tray
oh in without protection. When'you send
the passes please also write me full par
tiuasconcerning the country, the peo
ple, how they act, and which is the
most comfortable attire for ladies out
* there. Some people say it is very cold
in Colorado. By the time I hear from
you I shall have made all my other ar
~mes, isn't it ?" queried the offi
olal, as the reporter looked up from the
Pnale soldiers have been more nu
pus in foreign armies than in the
service. In the French army,
or ,there were (among others)'
Uoussaye de Bannes, who servedi
102 to 1795. and was at Quiberon:
o Brulon (nee Duchemin, for
kaied), Bous-Lieutenant of
d4 eoore'e with the Legion ol
Vbwas born in 1772, and died,
Jn the Invalides about 1859:
who served as a dra,
years, from 1798 te
tour hosskilled undei
f1889, at the age of 87
ldes Petite Menages al
Ch1esmeres, who servei
ar war as a Sergeani
seventh regiment, and
nfan th Austra
eg~nst the urks
rivte in the Eleventh batteling of Bez.
sagieri, who served from 1866 to 1879,
and who fought at Oustossa and Dol.
ores eodrgi o l at lhe agei
18,in he ireregient *of Per!Uv'ian
sappers. She, it appears, fought in the
present South American war, and is gll
JanUe GreY Swiusherna on Tight
Mrs. Jane Grey Swiseheom, speaking
of gymnasiums for ladies, in wich she
has seen girls in gymnasium suits with
high-heeled boots buttoned so tightly
around the ankle that the play of the
muscle and even circulation of blood
seemed impossible, and when under the
loose blouse there was retained one or
dinary garment, with its ordinary sup.
porting band, says: " Leave out those
women who have crossed the ocean as
steerage passengers within five years,
and there is not one woman in America
for every thousand who has room to
breathe freely inside her clothes. Not
one in a thousand the walls of whose
chest are not flabby from outside sup
ports which deprive them ofthe exercise
of - their proper functions. When a
woman, to prove that she does not lace,
puts her hands on her sides and presses
them in like a parlor rubber ball she
proves that the walls of her chest have
cen so enfeebled by corsets that they
can no longer guard their vital contents
from even so slight a force as her puny
hands. The use of chest walls seems to
havo been lost sight of in the maodern
female costumo. They are degraded
from their post as walls and converted
into a sack, and -this sack is forced into
any form which suits the mantuamakor's
idea of symmetry.
I It has been decided that the Creator,
w ho made the woman after whom the
Venus di Milos was modeled, did not
un(lerstand the lines of beauty, but, this
having been discovered by French cor
set makers, we have it on display in
thousands of shop windows on every
city street, in all public and private
places. Not until the chest as well as
the limbs of woman are clothed in loose
folds or bodices, terminate on instead of
below the ribs, can woman have room to
breathe; so long as fashion requires a
long bodice without a wrinkle, a dress
waist looking as though it were made of
wood or plaster, so long had women bet
ter keep out of gymnasinms and avoid
exercise. The occasional freedom of
muscles cannot do away with the effect
of habitual imprisonment, and to call
upon these enfeebled, unused muscles
for extra exertion during those short
perio1s of freedom would be very un
Charlotte Corday and the French Revo.
There are some features in the case of
Charlotte Corday which may be of inter
est at this time. The assasin of Marat,
the French revolutionist, was born in
1768 at St. Saturnin, in Normandy, and
was descended from a noble family'. She
was educated at a convent, and then
wecnt to live 'with an aunt at Cacn. It is
stated that she read much, the works of
Voltaire and the Abbe Raynal being her
favorites, as well as Plutarch, from whose
writings she doubtless caught the idea
of classie heroism and civic virtue that
took her to Paris and the side of Marat.
When the Girondistas were driven from
the capital in 1793, many of them fled to
Normaudy, and Caen was named as the
headquarters of an army of volunteers
who were to march on Paris. She was
greatly interested in current events, and
had studied affairs through the medium
of the papers issued by the Girondists,
so when they arrived at Caen she at
tended their meetings, conversed with
some ef their leaders, and wvas confirmed
in her belief that Marat was a tyrant and
the chief agent of the overthrow of
Girondists. Charlotte then conceived
the ide a of going to Paris, and assassin
ating the revolutionist, but, on reaching
the capital, appears to have been unde
cided for a time as to whether her sub
ject should be Marat or Robespierre, but
she finally fixe upon1I0 the former. She
wrote to him asking an interview, and
saying that he was from Caen, and could
put him into a condition to render great
service in France; but when she called
to obtain the audience, she was refused
-admittance; then she called a second
time, with the same result, and it was
only wvhen she went the third time, on
July 15, that Marat, hearing her voice in
the ante-chamber, consentedl to see her.
He lay in a bathing tub, wrapped in
towels, for ho was suffering from a loath
some disease. Charlotte spoke to him
of what was passing at Caen, and his
only comment was that all the men she
had mentioned should be guillotined in
a few days. While she was speaking she
drew from her bosom a dinner-knife, and
plunged it into his left side. He uttered
a loud cry and sank back dead. The as
sassin . was at once arrested. When
brought before the Revolutionary Tri
bunah she gloried in her act, azd when
the indictment against her was read, and
she wvas asked what she had to say her
answer was: "Nothing, except I ave
succeeded." Her advocate put forward
the plea of insanity-an artifice fre
quently resorted to smnce-but~ he could
not sustain it. She was tried on the
morning of July 17, and sentenced, and
guillotined the evening of the same day.
Her courage did not forsake her for a
moment. She declared that her deter
mination had been formed on May 31
previous, when the Robespierre party
pronounced the doom of the Girondi'ts,
and that she killed one man in order to
save a hundred thousand. To the
Girondists at Caen she wrote from her
prison, anticipating happiness after
death "with Brutus in the Elysian
Fields," and with that letter sent a sim
ple, loving farewell to her father.
A NUMBsn of years ago a Baptist cler
gnan, named Clevinger, was one of
henmost popular men in two States.
His house was built in such a manner
that a large hall which ran through It was
exactly on a straight line between Ken
tucky and Tennessee, and whenever a
runaway conple came to him to be mar
ried, the obhging parson, on the first in
timation of an approaching pursuit,
would usher them across the ball into
the State from which they had no
omei, and from which they could not
be legally dragged by a relentles
]Com religion wvitheait righteous.
as s all gnah. Morality whai,&n
A omb inotliowro* to an ent~.
tiA -o lady wo had. estahahda
ogyals**o girl: r"Plee do
n tu y Mary An any moe -about
her inde. -I will never do her'no
good and it's radw.
1. wn were provided with a sense of
smell as aoute as many animals possess,
It would probably be a great aid in diag
nose, for there are some diseases that
are aooompanied by a definite odor, and
possibly all are, to some extent.
Paowasson LUwiS of Stevens Insti
tute has made four iundred analyses of
food and dru g, and found that in all
cases of adultration, excepting one, no
poisonous material was employed. In
one specimen *of pickles copper was
Dit. Hawn'r, of Lake Superior, be
lieves that diphtheria was brought into
his family by the house cat. It died of
some affection of the throat and glands
of the neak, and violent diphtheria then
attacked two of his children and caused
NUTMEOs should be used sparingly,
for they possess a narcotic property that
constitutes them a drug. A lady who
was induced to take nutmeg tea by her
nurse was made drowsy by it and finally
put into a profound stupor resembling
that of opium.
Dit. EMMET recommends the fat pork,
properly prepared, as an excellent sub
stitute for cod-liver oil. We should our
selves prefer the cod-liver oil, but, when
they can be digested, flaxseeds carried
in the pocket and eaten raw afford a
large amount of fatty substance.
A SUGGESTION for hoarseness worth
of trial is the use of common horse-rad
dish prepared in sugar-one part, to
nine parts of sugar. A little of this
mixture in the mouth, swallowed slowly,
gives relief. The remedy (horse-raddish)
is not a new one, but, to us, the sugar
way of using it seems to be a new and
THE St. Louis Miller, the ScientifC
American, and the Massachusetts Eclec
tic Medical Journal endorse onions as
an excellent food for colds settled upon
the lungs. An extract can be made by
boiling down the juice of onions to a
syrup, that can be taken as a medicine
but eating freely of well-cooked onions
is a good way to obtain their medical
Tm habit of chewing gum, common
among children, is objectionable be
cause it tends to separate the gums from
the base of the teeth and exposes the
sensitive portions of the teeth to the
air, makes the teeth prone to decay and,
furthermore, induces an unnatural flow
of the salival fluids as does smoking and
A wnrr En in the Nineteenth Century
says that contagion consists of minute
solid particles and not gascous dissem
inations. If this is true we can readily
understand that a person who breathes
only through his nose will be much less
likely to catch a contagious disease in a
sick-room than would a mouth-breather.
Free ventilation, perfect cleanliness and
frequent changes of clothes afford the
best means of removing the contagious
particles given off by sick persons.
ANY suggestions from Russia or for
eign parts seems to have wide circulation
whether it is valuable or not. In al
most every one of our exchanges we
have seen a corn remedv of a Russian
apothecary quoted as folfows: Salicylic
acid, thirty parts ; extract of cannabis
indicus, five parts ; collodion, 240 parts.
It is to be appied by means of a camel's
hair-pencil. There can he no harm in
trying it, but we don't believe we should
lose many dollaris if we were to offer to
pay one dollar to every reported case of
cure by it.
Henry Hudson's Last Voyage.
Among the most noteworthy of early
navigators both for the importance of his
discoveries and the mystery that en
shrouds his fate, was Henry Hudson.
He was born in England about the mid
dle of the sixteenth century, and from
early youth he was Qccustomned to a sea
faring life. Hardy, brave and adventur
ous, he eagerly accepted a commission
from a comnp any of London merchants to
search for the northwest passage, anxd in
1607 sailed in a small vessel, with a crew
of only ten men and a boy, to the east
coast of Greenland. On reaching latitude
80 degrees he encountered an impassable
barrier of ice, and after three months of
fruitless explorations returned to Eng
land for the purpose of organizing an
In April of the following year Hudson
again set sail, and endeavored to make
his way between Nova Zemibla and
Spitzbergen. His hopes were again
frustrated by immense fields of ice, and
he returned to England without having
accomplished anything of importance.
Undaunted, however, by these failures,
he entered the service of the Dutch East
India Company, and in April, 1609,
sailed from Amsterdam in the ship Half
Moon for Davis Strait. Finding the
climate too severe for his crew, Hudson
sailed southwvard along the coast of
America, and on the 11th of September
discovered the beautiful river which has
since borne his name. Enchanted by
the loveliness of the shores, he sailed up
the river until he reached the head of
navigation, where Albany -now stands.
He afterward continued his voyage south
as far as Chesapeake Bay, and then re
turned to England.
Hudson began his fourth and last voy-.
ago in April, 1610, with a crew of twenty
three sailors. In June and July he
passed through Davis Strait, and entered
and explored the great bay which news
bears his name. Disappointed at not
finding the westward passage he was
seeking, he determined to winter there
and resume the voyage in the following
spring; but by the tine the ice broke up
his provisions were so nearly exhausted
that he was compelled to make prepara
tions to return. His crew became
mutinotts through fear, It is said, that he
might leave some of them behind, being
so short of provisions, Gaining posses
slon of the ship, they put Hudson, with
his son and seven infirm sailors, in an
open shallop, and sent them adrift. The
crew managed to reach England some
time in 1611? and one of the mutineers
betrayed their guilty secret. An expedi
tion was at once dispatched ini search of
the great navigator, but no trace of him
was ever found--Harper'a W~eekly.
Now they speak of Crude Petroleum as a
remedy for Consumption ; better not try it, but
Lake Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,-the standard
Cough Remedy of our age. Is is agreeable to
the taste, never fails to ure, and costs oly .
osuts a bottje.
% in. s aoiththai
i to the o-464
iparan tm as the Devils
( )ou Situ~ted in th*
4M surrounded by giant tres piftol
-p y-read oak and short-leaf pies, i a
e about twenty-five feet in diameter
as perfect as though drawn with a com
pass, the cirole being marked by a th
as clean- out as though used every ;
through the center another th,
as clean, about one degree the east of
north of south; no paths to and from,
and none except cow-paths in the neigh
borhood. The soil of the country is red
clay, thickly strewn with rocks, and no
grass except short scrub blades that
struggle rather unsuccessfully for exist.
ence. The soil within the circle is sand,
mixed with clay, and covered with a
thick growth of long wire grass (not an
other bunch of which grows within
eight miles of the place), and which
never crosses the path that marks the
circle, and though large trees have grown
and rotted to the grouud at the edge of
the plat not one has ventured to intrude
within tle ring. The natives have all of
them a superstitious dread of the p lace,
and it was with difflulty I succeeded in
getting one of them to visit the place
with me for the purpose of digging into
it, and after getting down about three
feet and finding nothing, he was so im
pressed with the supernatural origin
that he refused to go any further.-Gu/f
Letter in the Wilmington (N. C.) Star.
wansas Pr"alng It.
"While I was in Topeka last winter,"
aid the Hon. Arthur Edgington, "I
had a pretty rough time of it. I got a
bad cold, and, then that not being suffic
iently severe, I was also attacked with
rheumatism. The pain was in my left
shoulder. At times I almost writhed in
agony. I tell you, sir, that the pain
could not have been greater had my
shoulder been screwed up in a vise. I
was utterly helpless, and felt like I was
destined to remain in that condition in
definitely. My friends and a physician
were generous in their prescriptions and
my room soon became a miniature
apothecary shop. But nothing did me
any good. One day some one told me I
was enduring a great deal of needless
pain when I could invest fifty cents in a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil and be cured.
I invested in a bottle of the Oil, rubbed
it on my shoulder twice, and in two
days forgot that I ever had rheumatism.
Yes, that is a great remedy, and no
mistake. They can't say too much in
favor of its healing power."
The above was uttered by Mr. Edging
ton while sitting in the porch of the La
Gonda House, at Columbus, the other
evening, and was overheard by an es
caped reporter, who is traveling over
the country incog. Inquiry developed
the fact that Mr. Edgington is one of
the most widely known men in Kansas,
figuring prominently in politics, and
acting as the responsible agent of the
Bradstreet Commercial Agency. Upon
subsequently making Mr. Edgington's
acquaimtance the reporter was assured
that all lhe had heard was true, and he
wvas at liberty to use it in the papers.
Oswego (Kanz.) Democrat.
As Far as He Knew.
A stranger from the East was having
his boots blacked at the postoffiee when
an alarm of fire was turned in. As he
saw tho steamer rush out he inquired of
the " shiner " at his feet:
"Blub, what sort of water system
have you got in this city ?"
The boy spit on his brush, looked up
and down the street, and finally an
" Well, as far as I know anything
about it, they all take water after their
The reply seemed to be thoroughly
satisfactory to the stranger.--Detroig
TrHE St. Paul (Minn.) Globe, observes :
I'hings had gone wrong with him, and
be wanted to die ; yet he had the whole
house darting around mighty lively, so
wve hoard, hunting for the St. Jacobs
Oil bottle, when the first twinge of
rheumatism gathered him up.
AMloNG the fast runs made by trains
running out of London are the follow
ing: Groat Western (S~vindon 77*), 87
minutes, no stoppage; Groat Northern
(Peterboro 76*), 90 minutes, no stop
page; Northwestern (Rugby 82j), 110
minutes, one minute stoppage ; Midland
(Kettering 72), 91 minutes, no stoppage;
Southwestern (Salisbury 811), 121 mm
utes, three minutes stoppage ; Great
Eastern (Stowmarket 80*), 124 minutes,
five minutes stoppage.
Tra ath ~IsWIghty.
When Dr. Pierce, of Bunffalo, N. Y., an
nounced that his " Favorite !Prescription "
would positively cure the many diseases and
weaknesses peculiar to women, some doubteJ,
and continued to employ the harsh and caustio
local treatment. But the mighty truth grad
ually became acknowledged. Thousands of
)ed io employed the " Favorite Prescription"
and were speedily cured. By druggists.
SoMN one who professes to know says
every person carries enough phospho-'
rous in his body to make 4,000 ordinary
Somebody's child is dying-dying with the
flush of hope on his young face, and some
body's mother thinking of the time when that
dear face will be hidden where no ray of hope
can brighten it-because there was no cure for
cionsuimption. Reader, if the child be your
neighbor 's, take this comforting word to the
morthier's heoart before it is too late. Tell her
that consumption is oura ble ; that men are liv
ing to-day whom the physicians pronounced
incurable, because one lung had been almost
destroyed by the disease. Dr. Pierce'. " Golden
Medical Discovervy" has cured hundreds ; sur
passes cod liver oil, hypophosphites, and other
mnedicines in curing this disease. Sold by drug
WmHEN a man's hair stands on end, an
ordinaryv person says his hair stands; butt
you can tget adoctor to talk in that way.
Tedoctor calls it horripilation. This
makes the patient's hair stick up worse
than ever, but it gives the family confi
dence in the doctor.
IN THE eur, of severe oughg, weak lungs,
spitting of blood, and the early stages of Con
sumnpion, Dr. Pierce's " Golden Medical Dis
coey" has astonished the medical faculty.
Whl tcures the Severest coughs, it strength
ens the system and purifies the blood. By
Tu best receipt for going through life
in an exquisite way, with beautifuf man
ners, is to feel that' everybody, no mat
ter how rich or how poor, needs all the
kindness they can get from others in this
world. _____ __
CoLUarIA, 8. 0., Feb. 16, 1881.
H. H. WARNF.n & Co.: Bit-a-I onred syelf
of a kidney disease, and my son of Bright's
Disease, by the use of your Safe Kidnq andi
Liver Onre, wheneerotere ha
failed. othe remy.a
ames very t, a
tcested. ei ae
tion of the -kidne - freiejNtly was
acutely painful. I have had treatment
by the best physician, bUt their Ak3A
gave me no relief. The widespread
celebrity of the Bailey Springs, in the
cure of affections of the urinary ora,
determined me to try them. I have been
here two weeks and'am entirely relieved.
Indeed, in less than one week, all appear
ance or sensation of disease had disap
peared as if by magic. I leave for home
to-day and make this voluntary state
ment, believing that too much cannot be
said In regard to the wonderful effects of
the waters here. Very truly yours,
N. W. WARD,
July 10th, 1879, of Senatobia, M9s.
TALK to the point and stop when yon
have reached it. The faculty some pos
sess of making one idea cover a quire of
paper is not good for much. Be compre
hensive in all you say or write.
KIDNEY-WOnT always relieves and cures the
worst cases of piles and constipation.
A conBrsPONDNT asks how he can
build and manage a hot-house. By
boarding his mother-in-law the desired
information will come to him in its full
DISTEMPER in Horses can be prevented by using
Foutz's Horse and Cattle Powders before the dlease
reaches your stable.
THU tobacco monopoly of France last
year yielded a not proft to the State of
Oa Thirty Days' TriaL
The Voltato Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will
send their Eleotro-Voltaio Belts and other
Electrio Appliances on trial for thirty days to
any person afflicted with- Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality, and kindred troubles, guarantee
lng.pomplete restoration of vigor and manhood.
Address as above without delay.
P. 8.-No risk Is incurred, as thirty days'
trial is allowed.
Biman is not in our power, but truth
ANY druggist will tell you what he knows about the
merit of Shriner's- Indian Vermifage, the popular
THE increase of the value of French
railways in 1880 over 1879 was $22,240,
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, smarting, irritation of the bladder
passages, discharges, &c., cured by Buchupaiba.
$1 at druggists. Prepaid by express, $1.25,
6 for $5. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J.
IT Is intimated that lawn tennis and
laziness were prominent factors in caus
ing the collapse of Thomas Hughes'
Rugby enterprise in Tennessee.'
F~ orietesamad Tile Miachlnery
Address JAs. F. CnAnK, Moreuci, Mich.
MENsMAN's peptonized beef tonic, the only
preparation of beef containing its entire nutr
tious properties. It contains blood-making,
force generating and life-sustaining properties ;
invaluable for indigestion, dyspopsia, nervous
prostration, and all forms of general debility ;
also, in all enfeebled conditions, whether the
result of exhaustion, nervous prostration, over
work or acute disease, particularly if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell, Hazard
& Co., proprietors, New York. Sold by druggists.
RENOUEJD FRO0M DEATII.
William J. Cough1llt. of 8omerville, Mass., cays: "In
the fall of 187l I was taken with neurnrno oPrU Tu, .xos~
followed by a severe cough. T lost my appetito andl
e, h, and was confined to my be-d. In 1877 1 was a-d
mitted to the hospital. The doctors said I hal a hole In
my luang ans big an a half dollar. At one time a report
wenrt atround that I was dead. I gave up hope, h'tt a
friend told me of DR. WIL.I,IAM1 I1ALt.S BAlAAM
F'OR.TH[E I.UNGs. Igot a bottle, when, to my eurprias,
I commenced to feel better, and to-day I feel better than
ror three years pant. I write this hop~ing every one at
flicted with, Diseneed Lungs will take DR. WT,TAN~
H A LI'S BA T,sAMf, and be convinced that C'ONSUMiP
TION CAN 1LE CUR ED. I can positively say it has done
more gni-d than all the other medicines I have take,
nu'eo nmy sikes.
jj _________ su gges
~, ~ ed to ind~uce
the p~ublic to
it ties of the regu
._ 1 lar surgeon, bu it,
~ i merely to pla1ce the
ii ~~ readers of these palges
..L~....... n p)OSsession of a means
of treat ment of the minor
accident s occurring daily in
the hiousehold, and which, while niot dangerous
ini t hemselves, arc exceedingly a n nl oy i n g.
Blurns, b~ruisesq, scalds, sins~, etc., are prin
cipal among these t rou blesonme and1 annoying
occuirences, andi (lemnand immediate treatment
wi'th the best means at hand. In the kitchen,
the dining-hall. the nursery and the sitting
room they aro liable to happen, aind, instead of
fear and alarm at the sight of the cut or mashed
finger, or bruised or burned arm, or scalded
surface, a cool ar~d quiet mmmier should be as
stimed, al after wvashiing away the blood, (If
requiredl ), the injured parts should lhe dressedl
wvith t hat mtost valulable remedy-S'r. J A cons
Or[I. Its sur-prisingly (qui ek relief, Its cleansing
properties1 Its tendency to quickly remove all
i nflammnation, aind its wvonderfuil efliencey ini the
above as well as in all mu ulscular a nd ot her pains,
such as rheulmati.n, neutralgia, toothache,
headache, stifiness of the joinits, etc..-these
render ST. JIAcons OI L pre-enminently the best.
external remedy niow lbefo~re tihe eopule; which
claim Is fully substan tiated by the strongest
kind of testimlony fromt all classes of pecople.
The value of human life is go supremely iupor
tant that anything that tends to its prolonga
tion is entitledl to the highest consideration.
Charles Nelson. 14aq., proprietor Nelson Ihouse,
Port Iluron, Mich., says: " I suti,-red so wIth
rheumatism that my arm withered, and physi
clans could not help me. I was In dlespaiir of
my lIfe, wheou some one advised me to try ST.
JAcons Or r.. Itdid so, and, na if by magie, I was
linstantly rellovel, and by the continued use of
the Oil entirely cured. I thank heaven for
having used this wonderful renhedy, for it eaved
rn/ ufa. It also cured my wife."
$11?)1 a weelti~i yotar own town. Terms&'id S untft
Ufeo. Add eNS HI. HIArLrrrr & (Jo., Portland, Ma
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fre.. THE AUI/rMAN~ & YLOR 0.. Manasoeld,.
18 A SURE CURE
for all Kidney Complaints and for all
diseases of the
It hasnpeci~o action on this mocst important
organ, enabing it to throw off torpidity and
insotion, stimulating the healthy secretion of
the lno, and by keeping the bowels in free
oenditlon, ofbting itsregalardinohargo.
If you are bilifons, dyspeptio, cnstipated, or
enm~ag from malaria, wiany-Wort is the
, Ati. NOT 10 TRY IT.
Ilostetter's 8tomach Bitters is the groat household med
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r..r dyspepsila, hiliousness and irregulatrities of the bowels,
vi acente for chills and rover hnvd rheumatic ailmnents, s
a sedative in nervous cases, siad alfa Ceneral invigorc
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Addreca NATroNsin niaUras Co., Atlanta, Ga.
5 MON TH-GNSWNED9 best
Address Jlay ilsaosn, .t roi. Mich.
JOEINSON'! ANODYNE LINEIENT wil
--ofuti'sely prevent this terriblo disease. amsi will port
sively curs) nine cases out of ten. Infformasst ion thsat
will saive many lives, sent free by mall. L'en't d:May a
moment. Prevention is bettor than cure. 1. II. JoHN
sou & _Co., Boton, ass. formerly ager, Maina
Atlantai, (Gi. One of te best psracticail
ischools ins the cotintry. Cir cular smnailed v:ui:.
O GIRL9. God Wagyea. Fay
4ight steady work given to be made at home
Wourk called for ansd delivered free. G1J.onR
i TTI NO Co., 7South S *., Roon, Mass.
I have a poeitive resmedy for the above disease ; by li
use thousanids of cases of the worst kinad and or loni
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together with a VA LUA BLE TREATIS~E on this disease
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A. 8 LOCUM, 181 Pearl reel, New ork.
A~gents wanted. Send 3. e tonspfor spedail circular of ia
WPWFli.Ed. Mals only to W. Naexwns, Ireen iyme, Ct.
ETEEN: I have used iDn. IIAHnTLn In6N 'I
Etwet-fv years in medicine,, have never round
InON TONIC does. Int many entses of Nervous P'rostr
poverished condtitioni of the blood, tis peerless remnec
'a es that hazve bailled sonic ot our moat eminent pihy
able remedy. I prescribe It 1sn preference to any Iro
as DRl. 1,AIRTR'il 1'LN TONI, [a a necenalty li1 my
. T. Louxa, Mo.. NOV.
Iti gvesC cir'the 0od, ---9
natural healthfli tone to , ,
the digyestienorgana and
ner#vous8 syst em,msaking
t ajp lcahls to Genrai
tite, Prostration of Vta
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Elk hart Carriage &Hart
Manufacturers of all styles of Carriagces, Buggies
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It remaoveA faintness, flatulency, destroys all aavin
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stoine6
Scures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostre' can
Gem."P Debility,..81eeplessness, Depression ast ald'
'phat feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weti
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It will at all times and under all circumstances acO in
harmony with theolaws that govern the female system
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of eitherm be hi
Compound is unsurpassed.
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