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iiMlcrtai iMad of "PnTita" r mChronW tin fata.
Fostan atatnna takes la pamtrnt for any of thaaa booka.
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Too Harty Katiit.
A pertW remedy fmr
Dizzitiefls, K an sa.
In the iloulb. Coated
Tongue, pain in tlt
Side, Ac. Thfjr mea
late tbe Ttowets arid
and Piim. The ania.ll-.
awtt aad eaaleat to take. Only- one pill m do-A
40 In a rial. Purely VelM. ince 25 ceuls.
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lutcry ui (wdily cared, f aia
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tar fall aarticaLart, Dr Cartaia
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true way. via i Direct
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1m to apefite imeaaoco aa tha Seminal Veeiuiea, Kjao
oiatoTT Ioeta, Proatata Oland, aad Urethra. Tmm mm
mi tmm sCemwdy attaaded wilA ao pais or .aroavvsueae, aad
daea aot katcrlara vkA taa avdlaary oaraatts mi k f it ia
awickly ah aad aaoa aaaarbad, iradaciac aa lmai
CUata aHiit aad raataratiTO affctrt apaa tar swiaal and
r tha drain IraaB tka arsatm. rataariac tha mind la
aJta aad ootuttl montory. raia-iay iba Dimoen of
Btfht. Nrroua Debility, Oonrualon of Ideaa. Aveiw
otoa to Soeiety. etou, aad tmm apaaoraara mi pretna
tare Old in aaaaJjy acraaapaayiaff lata tmblt, aad raaiaai
aaf paTiKt Sexoal Vicor. waara It mm aa dor-aaat far
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too aatk pcixnaad tm taaaa trooalaa, aad. aa but tu tear
i la. vaa aad little if aay parauaeat foaa. Taore ia aa
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mm tm paatti-aty Buaranteo taat M will firm aatiafaotioov
Dariag the aicM yrara taat it aaa baea ia raarl wo fcave
taoaaaada af tastitaaoiala aa ta its valaa.aad M im mow ciamJid
hv taa Medical Frafaiiiia to mm tbe i
dic ore red of rackuc aad earinj- tttia very pravaJeat treacle,
that ia wall k ssewa a be tbaraaaa mi aataM atlsery la mm mmj.
aad apoa wham OTiaeka prey with tacir
tiig ftta. Tha aUaiady la pat ap la acat
If O. 1. ( imm to taat a aaaatk.) 3;
I prey with their aaelcai anitiaaai aad
i acai aose, ex taree auaa.
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(1 iilsea aear theae aoatsia. will Mmm mm taiiaae aad iwtara
Ticar ai taa warat cjaea.) 7. Seat ay KmI, aealed. ta ptalo
arrappera. Pull DI KXCXIOKS for t-aln; will acrqom-
pany SACS BOX.
Sead for a Deatriptrro 1
M lUmmtntmrnm, whata wtU
Paaaphlet tflHrng Aaaatmaleal
thai thee caa ho restored ta aarfect iwaBaoed,
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HAHRIS REMEDY CO.MrG. CHEMISTS.
Mart al aad 8ta Sta. 8T. LOUIS, MO.
MASS T1ZICSB FACTS !
aad ta sstabUah a
dUs ta keeping
the alanstare of J. Hatbooxv
for tbe Called
f Ptlla sad OlBtnwnt.
Boxes at as
ay taklAa tbe lerser
Fosaessed of this KXMXDT, cerj man may
be hla oam Doctor. It may be rubbed into
the system, ao ad to reach aay Internal com
plaint; by this aseans It enrea Bores or Ul
cers in the THROAT, 8T0KA0H, LTVKK,
8FIXE. or other parte. It la an Infallible
Kemedr (or BAD UCGS, BAD BEKA8T8,
Contracted or Stiff Joints, GOUT, KHEUM
ATI3M, and all Bkln Diseases. -
iMrVKTAjrr CAtTTrOaT. Hona are genuino
unless the alaTnatnr of J. Hatdock, as
agent for the United BUtea, sarrourxls each
box of Pills nd uinimcni. uoxes vi ccnu,
62 cculs, and SI each.
-There i considerable sarin by taking the
larger sites. - "-
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Voaophy. Te aaal sovb an aksatra
otloas of Oasasssatla eana,
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brated pnls asal Osataaaaa-ia
rather laaa at lasaaiin sllb bar asars, Uxa those In
s-eaeral sea. T tbe aaeaaob sraoa ayapepsU,
beaaaebe ami amass! iabnsji a. taa bver. bile,
jauBdice, aad jsblia tamsri aa tbe bowabk dlar
rbeara, ersesatary. eaaaasyaaaaav afiaa, sad sstaia;
to trie laiass, sarASSBfaaessa, aaa. ta tbe blood, aerof
fala, acttrry, ssat SB esaasasvaaas aaapilun, By
beeping these erases 4 TUai Basils f is sad healthy
ara may aesary aaty Oat aanaYi of alaaaaa. an4
tbaae rtUasadOaxamsaas, as tbey dive
Ita i Hit, - -
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tbi SHIcIlingtoit Enterprise.
J. W. HOUGHTON, Publisher.
VTIXLIXGTOX. : : OIUO.
Poor servants are servile creatures.
Can making false hair be d ascribed
as b witch-craft. -
Thanksgiving turkeys don't de
mand a bone-us.' -
Hens are cliquey; they are very
exclusive in their sets Boston Post.
A worm in the chestnut is worth
two in the mouth. Sleubenville Herald.
The mosquito no longer plays his
cornet. He has what the musicians
call a frozen lip.
There are about five hundred arch
ery clubs in this country, but the In
dians use noes.
"Women make tolerable wives,"
says the London World. What will
mate better onesr
A poet speaks of " the voice of the
grave." It's probably the grave's tone.
It is nice to be handsome, but it is
a great deal handsomer to be nice.
Clermont (U.J vourter.
A popular degree A. B. After
Bachelors Ex. Not quite so popular
A. M. After Marriage.
The man who doubles his horn too
often will eventually emerge from the
little end of the horn WhrteAau imes.
At Logan, Utah, the other night, a
Limbur&rer cheese factory was struck
by lightning and all the people moved
out of town. Ti. I. ueraia.
A New York paper insists that un
dertakers should not be permitted to dis
play coffins to the public gaze, and that
au innerais snouia do neia ai nignt.
A man who will put on wet stock
ings when he draws on new boots will
never hare corns. Never let a shoe-
dealer chalk your heels. free Press.
Remittent fever is not contagious.
At least delinquent subscribers do not
seem to catch it, no matter how much
they are exposed. Keokuk Gate City.
A deaf man can get out of a crowd
as soon as any one when a collection is
to be taken up, and yet the tact bas al
ways puzrJed philosophers. Free Press.
Adolphus: Yes; if she is continu
ally casting sheep' s eyes at ewe it would
be perfectly safe to say that her eyes
are lambent. Boston Journal oj Com
They now have an invention by
which eight, different messages can be
sent over a single wire at once. This
makes it very easy to telegraph the old
man for moaey.
The dowry of the future Quen of
Spain is $4,000,000. Why in thunder
didn't she let us know it before going
and throwing herself away on that
Spanish fellow ? Boston post.
' The lightning-rod man who gets
ahead of an Indiana farmer has got to
outrun a bull-dog, a shot-gun, tbe old
man and from two to five neighbors
armed with pitchforks. Jrree Press.
A Milwaukee girl suffering from
lock-jaw was left alone with a mouse by
the shrewd physician, and she con
trived to open her mouth enough to give
a yell that made the crockery in the
china closet rattle.
- A Kentuckian went West not long
since without anv especial purpose, but
merely, as he said, " to get the hang of
frontier life." He got it, and the horse
was restored to its rignuui owner.
There has been a great movement
in cotton, ana no little excitement on
'Change. Tiie papers are asking who
ia uvmuu UllO UJUVOIUCUK ft o uuu it
know, but -will venture to suggest that
the girls are. a. jL.,reovit.- i.
Professor Wilder says: If you are
cboked, get down upon all lours and
cough." But, Professor, wouldn't it
look better for a gentleman at a dinner
party to put his napkin to his mouth
and get along with ahemmingP"
A newspaper poet tells us " there
is no morrow." We sympathize with
the poor, deluded man. may be be
never felt the funny experience of a
note coming due on the succeeding day
and no lucre wherewith to liquidate.
Jjanoury jvcws. '
A man can never pass around a
hat on the sidewalk without kicking it:
yet a hat may bo passed around in a
cnurch aisie, ana every Doay wiu reel
obliged to put money in it, and treat it
respectfully, it ail depends upon the
style and location ol tbe bat. Hew Or
Nancv Jane ' Pratt of Iroauois
County, I1U, ordered a hunter off her
farm and received the saucy reply: "U,
you ain't in any danger; I ain't huntin'
old maids." She abruptly turned.
went into the house, came out with a
gun, opened fire on the hunter and
killed his dog. The fool threw up his
hands and yelled: "Do you mean to
muraer mef" lhe farmer s wife an
swered: "O, you ain't in any danger;
I ain't huntin' fools," and she brought
the gun again to her shoulder, while
tbe chap yeiied louder than before.
Here the husband put in an appearance
and toed the fellow off' the premises
at. Sloans Advertiser.
The Children's Aid Society of
Cleveland, Ohio, has a number of
smart, good boys, from four to twelve
years of age that are ready for homes
on good farms. Farmers should make
application at once, as lhe Society is
anxious to- dispose of those who have
had the proper training in order .to
make room for other waifs. Tbe sue
cess of the Society depends on receiving
the waif and providing for its future.
This cannot be accomplished except by
the law of love. Individuals, Associa
tions, Churches, Sunday Schools and
families are requested to send money.
clothing or provisions for the support
oi tnese poor cniiaren, as winter is upon
them. All communications by mail,
railroad or express should be addressed
to William Sampson, Superintendent,
- Fire Days Without Food.
New Orleans papers of the 2d inst.
announce the arrival at that port of the
Spanish steamer i.nnque, from Ma tan
gas, bringing two seamen, Uostav
jxucnei. a uerman, ana Antonio Dias.
a Spaniard, the sole survivors of the
American brigantine Sally, Capt. Jose
Aragea Aflarez, which was capsized in
the gulf, about 100 miles southeast of
South Pass light. The Sally was owned
at Key West, and left Pensacola for
Havana with a heavy load of lumber on
the 25th of October. Michel, who was
on his way to Havana to join the Brit
ish brig Florence as mate, says the
crew consisted of eight men. It was
blowing hard at the time tbey left Pen
sacola, and the brig was found to be
leaking badly, as soon as they got to
sea. lhe pumps were kept going from
the start, un me Zbin the win a bad
increased to a terrific gale, the heavy
sea sweeping the foreyard every mo
ment. - Early in the morning of the
next day (Sunday), the crew, who had
been constantly at the pumps, were
only able to get some bread and coffee,
the last meafthey were destined to eat
The next day, about eight o'clock in
the morning, the vessel was thrown on
her beam ends, and it was impossible
for her to recover ber equilibrium, be
ing now hopelessly water logged
Michel had lashed himself to the
wheel, of which he was in charge at the
time the vessel went over, and to this,
in all probability, be owed his safety.
The steward was killed by lhe falling
of the mainmast, which went by the
board as the vessel capsized, and the
only other survivor, strange to say.was
bbvbu uy iwue entangieu in iuu rigging
at tne time. be two survivors were.
therefore, enabled to climb to the side
of the vessel then out of the water and
hold on. The Captain, mate, and three
of the crew managed to get into the
long boat lust as the vessel went over.
They dared not come near the wreck
for fear of being swamped in attempt
ing mj save wieir vumraiUBs, iitsiiuer ui
whom could swim. Ten minutes after
the long boat left the wreck it was lost
sight of. A very high sea was running
at the time and Michel thinks it was
Up to the following Friday the two
men held on desperately to the wreck,
with nothing to drink but salt water
and the blood of a cat, which they had
killed and ate, dividing six spoonfuls of
the blood between them. Diaz, who
speaks only Spanish, gave your corre
spondent the.following additional par
ticulars. He says he was trying to free
the long boat from its fastenings at the
moment the vessel capsized. At that
instant he lost all sense of conscious
ness. When he revived he found him
self entangled in the main rigging, from
which he extricated himself and climbed
up on the mast. As the longboat drifted
to leeward the Captain called tc
him to jump. At that time, however, it
was too far, and he dared not attempt
it as be could not swim.
During the five days they clung to
the side of the vessel their sunenngs,
both from hunger and thirst, became
intolerable. The vessel, to whose sides
thev clung, still rolled heavily in the
swell of the sea. exhausting every mo
ment the little strength tbey had. On
Thursday they sighted a bark, to whicb
they made signals of distress. She
either did not sea or did not heed them.
and so passed on. On Friday morning,
after dividing the blood of the cat be
tween them with the most scrupulous
exactness, both agreed if assistance did
not appear before night to relax then
hold upon the vessel and drop into the
sea. Endurance could go no fur
ther, and they both reasoned that
death would be easier than the
sufferings they endured. Toward
noon of that day Michel became
delirious, and Diaz found it almost im
possible to control him. His mouth
had become sore and swollen from the
use of the salt water, which he would
persist in drinking, and it was impos
sible to understand what he wanted to
say, even when his delirium had passed
off. Diaz says he was sure assistance
would come in the time they agreed to
wait for it, and his only way was to
keep his companion in the same hope
Late on t riday afternoon they were
aroused from the almost despair into
which both had now fallen by the ap
pearance of a large steamer, bearing
down toward them. Darkness was now
coming on rapidly and they were afraid
that their signals might not be noticed
They made every effort that their little
strength was capablo of to attract at
tention, and shouted with all their
might. The Enrique and its comman
der had discovered them and they were
saved. Both men lost everything they
had in the world except the clothing
they wore. They are profuse in expres
sions of gratitude to Captain De Mugico
of the Enrique, who kindly furnished
them with everything shelter, cloth
ing, and food. Michel says he has
been twenty-nine years at sea, but had
never experienced anything so dreadful
as his last disaster, although he was
mate of the Robert Ruff, of Galveston,
during the hurricane of September.
1877. Most of the time he has sailed
from New York, where he has many
It is impossible to ascertain the
names of tbe men who were lost, as the
brigantine papers were not accessible
alter she capsized.
The Science of Sarin?.
If any who read these lines are con
scious that their pockets are made of
such materials that whatever monev is
put into them will burn a bole until it
gets out, I would advise them, when
ever they take the air, to leave their
money at home, or, better still, to keep
an exact account of every penny they
spend. It is astonishing hbw foolish
small extravagances appear, when they
nave to oe put down in di&ck and white,
after the temptation to indulge in them
is over. And they must be nut down
in detail, and not conveniently classed
together under the general heading of
"sundries." ibeitem " sundries" is
never admitted into well kept house
hold accounts. No one who has not
tried it would believe what a check it
is upon personal expenditure to keep a
thorough account of money spent, and
not only a check, but a help; for prices
may be compared, and thus lessons
learned from experience.
Generally speaking, whenever large
savings have been made, they have been
effected in little sums. Very few per
sons of ordinary honesty deliberately
set to work to make large purchases
which they can not auord, and yet num
bers spend just as much in tbe loug run
in little things that they scarcely think
worthy of notice. It is very difficult to
realize luiiy the value of small sums. If
the pennies and half-pennies that lie
loose in the pockets were properlr ap
preciated, there would not be so much
pecuniary embarrassment in tbe world
as there is. " Many a mickle makes a
muckle." This is true of nothing more
than half-pennies and pennies. .
These little savings, as a rule, must
be made In personal expenditure more
than in anything else. What is spent
over the household is generally needed
but the small personal luxuries which
cost so little are not. And when any
saving is made in this way, the money
should be put aside as saved, instead
of being mixed with the spending fund;
and additions made to it as frequently
as possible. That will make you un
derstand as soon as anything what
small economies amount to. . When
money is put aside to be saved, it
should bo put in some place where it
can not be directly got at. I cannot
speak too highly of the savings bank
for this purpose - Tbe very fact that a
little ' trouble and formula has to be
gone through with before it can be ob
tained prevents it being spent many a
time when it most certainly would be if
it were close at hand. I have said that
what was spent for the household was
generally necessary outlay; - and yet
there are two or threw ways in which
money ean be saved here that I like to
mention. - .
. The first is by buying in large quan
tities. ' Of. course the danger is when
there is a stock of things to " run at."
as the servants say, they will be ex
travagantly used. 'All that I -can say
on this point is, that they must not be
' run at." A proper quantity must be
portioned out and the rest put away.
Then it will be found that articles may
be bought both cheaper and better in
larger quantities than in small ones.
Another way to save expense is to
pay for everything as you get it. If
you do this yon avoid overcharge, and
will buy for less. - If the money has to
be paid at the moment, many an un
necessary purchase would be avoided.
People who have limited incomes are
those who -can least afford to live on
credit; and unfortunately they do it
more than any others.
One word of warning in reference to
email economies. We continually read
in tbe newspapers of people who die in
misery and poverty; who have perhaps
received help from the parish, and after
their death, money is found which they
have hidden in all sorts of odd nooks
and corners. With these unfortunates
saving has become a mania; of all ma
nias x thing it is one of the most de
plorable, for, after all, money in itself
is ausuiutviy wui ui uutmug it so vuy
valuable for what it can procure. If it
will only bring comforts and necessa
ries for those we love while we are able
to work, and secure independence for
ourselves when we can not do so, it is
worth small economies, forethought.
hard work, energy, care, and self-deni
al. But even gold is bought too dear-
when the desire for it is allowed to
overpower every other feeling. Cos-
tell s Magazine.
The Floods In Spain.
In the nieht of October 14 it seems
that a fearful thunder-storm broke over
this region, (about Murcia.) and in a
few hours the waters of the rivers rose
rapidly, and the torrents came pouring
down 'the sides of the Sierra. Very
soon the villagers were aroused from
their sleep by the dread cry that the
flood was coming. Above the patter
of the rain, and despite the thunder and
lightning, the dull roar of the rushing
element was heard by the few who were
fortunate to escape in time. This was
not the fate of the villages of Nondner
mas and Era Alta, some three miles
from Murcia, as the Segura river swept
over them so swiftly that the houses
were razed, and most of their inhabit
ants perished in that dark and terrible
night. Further down in the valley lie
the larger villages of Beniaian and
Torreaguera, and the peasants had to
take refuge in the houses possessing
two stories, or on trees and rising
ground, while the water was surging
slrnnnii thpim. and swepnintr awav their
cattle, their crop s and most of"their
earthly goods. Alcantarrilla, situated
on higher ground, seemed an island in
the immense expanse of flooded vale,
above which towered a few trees, and
here and there, the remains of an em
bankment. The force of the flood was
such that it swept clean away seven
hundred yards of railway embankment
between Murcia and Alcantarrilla, de
stroying every telegraph pole for miles
The waters of the Segura passed over
the dikes and shortly after midnight
entered the suburbs of San ttenito ana
San Lorenzo, causing a frightfnl panic
in the town of Murcia. The authorities
instantly took measures to get the peo
ple out of their houses, many of which
soon besran to be wrecked by the force
of the waters. The bells of the churches
tolled the alarm signals, and the fright
ened inhabitants rushed about in the
darkness to find that the roads in every
direction were flooded, the station sur
rounded, telegraphic communication
cut off, and Murcia in the midst of a
sort of lake that had been her lovely
vega the dav before. It seems that the
authorities, civil and military, the
Bishop and Alcado did their best to suc
cor the threatened suburbs, but for
nearly twenty-four hours it was utterly
impossible to extend any assistance to
the country districts. Civil guards and
police were nearly carried away several
times in endeavoring to explore the
roads, and much had to be done to save
life even in the town. Before evening
set in on the 15th the civil Governor of
Murcia was able to report that he had
given asylum in churches and public
buildings to- 6,000 fugitives, and had
sent Dread ana wine to the poor resi
dents, who had refused in many cases
to abandon their homes though the
water reached the first floor. In boats
or in carriages, with water over the
wheels, the gallant Governor and
Bishop went about giving aid and com
forting the depressed people. I hear
that many terrible scenes were wit
nessed, as some houses fell upon their
tenants before help could arrive. The
Governor of Murcia bas reported 140
bodies recovered up to last nitrht in
and around Murcia. It is expected that
hundreds will be discovered in the Vega
farms and homesteads who were sur
prised In their sleep. In the four vil
lages of Beniajan, Nonduermas, Era
Alta and Torreaguera the victims al
ready accounted for exceed 160, and
many others were rescued in a pitiable
condition from exposure and battling
with the flood until relief came, in
these rural districts few are the fami
lies that have not to deplore the loss of
one or more of their members, general
ly little children. Many of the peas
antry are utterly ruined. The material
losses to the agricultural classes cannot
Orihuela was not much better treated
than Murcia, and its authorities say
that it was also surprised in the middle
of the night. All its streets but two
were entirely inundated. The water
rose to two metres in many parts of the
town, and in the cathedral covered the
altars, doing much damage. The civil
guards and soldiers had to wade or ride
with water to their saddles in order to
assemble in places where some relief
could be organized. Twenty houses
were destroyed on the nrst day, and
many others had to be evacuated under
imminent risks. Fortunately most of
these towns were provided with boats
or barges, which were of great assist
ance in carrying food to the besieged,
and in getting others out of windows,
or from the roofs where they had taken
refuge, and were loudly crying for help.
in the streets where the water had not
penetrated the refugees were quartered,
and churches were turned into tempo
rary asylums for the women and chil
dren. In Orihuela fewer victims are
reported, and only in the country around
have the gendarmes discovered many
bodies floating about and in the cot
tages. Tho extent of the damage done
in Lorea, Hellin, Caravaca, and other
places was not ascertained for more
than forty-eight hours, as the Govern
ment had no direct means of communi
cating with the flooded districts.. The
first intelligence of this great calamity
reached Madrid by a message which
the Governor of 'Murcia sent, to1, the
King and the Home office. The Gov
ernors of Alicante and Cartbagena then
began to wire by the coast lines that the
country between them and the Segura
valley was flooded, and that they were
sending up as far as the trains could go
large forces of soldiers, civil guards
and sailors with boats and launches.
Thus, indeed, both Orihuela and Hellin
were promptly assisted, but two- days
elapsed before the authorities ventured
to risk lives in exploring the valleys.
The waters then began to fall almost as
rapidly as they had risen, leaving be
hind them a thick coat of mud and
detritus over the inundated country.
Cor. London Standard.
Kisses, says the Boston Transcript,
are as various as the kissers, and each
kisser is unique. There were never
two just alike, any more than there wero
ever two faces just alike.
There is the kiss given the baby.
The power to do this is peculiar to
No man ever kisses a baby without
making a botch of it.
Tho reason for this is that a kiss, to
be a kiss, must be something more
than lip service. It must have heart
And when a man has given his whole
heart to a woman (as he always does,)
the baby has to take his father s kisses,
without that which alone makes the
kiss worth having.
But when a woman kisses a baby!
Bless you, what a difference!
Her kiss has heart in it; two hearts,
in fact. Her own and the one her hus
band has given her.
And she is so lavish of those two
O, to be a baby.
She cares not for dirty face, she
shrinks not for aught foreign or domes
tic that may rest upon those pouting
lips, i hough nose De untidy, tnougn
chin be ditto, though cheeks be daubed
with everything daubable possible for a
oaDy to aauo wiui, wiiat is mat to uerr
She sees nothing but this a baby!
She has but one impulse to eat it!
What one may not eat, one may kiss.
And she kissed that baby!
Uh, don't she!
To fly to the other extreme, there is
the kiss of friendship. This is between
two of the softer sex, the kissing sex,
and is a lifeless affair, the very mummy
ot a kiss, it is performed in this wise
(for it is performed) :
Two ladies meet. They pucker their
mouths into an annular protuberance.
and cocking their heads to one side, as
a hen will before picking up a grain of
corn, two faces, full of unspeakable
resignation and inflexible devotion to
duty, approximate, touch, and retire.
The school-girl kiss is a very differ
ent affair. As unlike the kiss of friend
ship as August is unlike December, as
tire is unliko ashes, as life is unlike
The two school-girls meet. Mouth
flies to mouth, and lips to lips.
Each would swallow the other. It is
well it is so.
The swallowing tendency of one is
offset by the like tendency of the other.
Thus are both preserved for the sons
And thev talk while thev kiss!
Each says to each, ' Oh, you dear
darling creature! Where have you been
these ages? since morning. I've got
so many things to tell you!" etc., etc
And this is all said contemporaneous
ly with that kiss; in the same instant of
Sometimes two men kiss, but this
branch of our subject is not attractive.
We have no sympathy with it.
It is an abomination.
The kiss par excellence is, of course,
the kiss of love.
What is that like?
Don't ask us. It is indescribable.
It is sweeter that honey and the hon
eycomb, sweeter far than the oranges
that are " all sweet.' it is sweetness
in the concrete, concentrated, boiled
The matrimonial kiss is necessarily
a tame one.
Duty is apt to grow onerous.
And that is not all.
We have said that the true kiss must
have heart in it.
But the man has given his heart to his
The wife concentrates her sweetness
upon the baby.
There can be but one sequence.
Tbe kiss of husband and wife is but a
heartless collocation of lips.
Horses with the Toothache.
Horses, like human beings, are sub
jected to the most excru6iating tooth
aches, and it is only within the past few
years that any attempt has been made
by veterinary surgeons to allay the pain
and extract or fill their teeth. It is
only after patient study, too, that one
is able to discover when a horse is suf
fering, and upon what tooth to light
would puzzle indeed tbe phenomenal
Philadelphia lawyer. When suffering
from toothache, horses manifest the
greatest impatience, and are vicious
and unmanageable, and bite and kick
continually. Stablemen and managers
at different times have been badly bit
ten or kicked by horses suffering from
toothache, who at other times are the
most docile creatures. The experi
ments made by veterinary surgeons
have been of great practical advantage,
and they are gradually getting the mat
ter down to a porfect science.
" What is the mode of treating tooth,
ache in a horse?" was asked of a veter
inary surgeon the other day.
vv e.l, they differ, according to cir
cumstances. Sometimes a horse is in
the stable and sometimes in the field
when attacked, and the operator must
use his judgment. Generally, however,
a man puts his arm around the horse's
head, and with bis disengaged band
presses hard on the nose of the animal.
Then, without more ado, the hand is
thrust into the mouth and the jaws felt
slowly and gently, then each tooth is
felt, and when the right one is touched
there is no mistaking it, as the horse
elevates his feet m a manner something
after the style of tbe boss danseuse in
the Black Crook. In most cases tho
defective tooth is found at the sides of
the jaw, where the sharp points have
lacerated the flesh. A file must then
be inserted and the points filed down,
and in a short time the animal feels re
lieved. But this is not actual tooth
ache. The gradual growing of the mo
lars and tho sharpening of the edges, ,
however, leads to it. How can I
tell when the horse has toothache?
Why it's easy enough; you can tell in
the manner in which he holds his head
When the horse is affected it goes about
with the head down and the lower lip
drooping, and if the rein is pulled
sharply the creature is ready to jump
and prance. Then again the eyes are
fired, and if the horse is compelled to
back by the pressure of the rein on his
teeth the agony is terrible, and the at
tention of the driver is thus attracted."
" When the teeth are badly decayed,
are they drawn?"
"Sometimes, but as a rule they are
"Is filling much in use?"
" No; it is impossible, almost, to do
the job successfully. Wads of hay or
other matter are frequently placed in
the cavities, but nothing more, and it
is only done to keep out the cold
. " What instrument is used in cutting
down the teeth?"
"A singularly shaped instrument
called a slide is employed, and after
the tooth is cut it is filed down. When
a tooth has to be drawn a strong pair
of forceps are employed."
How do the horses stand the opera
tion?" " Well, without much trouble; when
a good hold is obtained on the tooth a
slight twist is given to loosen it, and
then when a ten or twelve-pound pres
sure is obtained the tooth is drawn out
" This occasions a great loss of blood,
does it not?"
" On the contrary, after the first few
"hours bleedingceases; but I have known
horses to bleed to death from having a
"Do you use anaesthetics to stupify
O no, nothing whatever. It is very
painful, but the horses bear it well
" AIout the charges. Do you charge
The charges vary greatly. The
price is regulated by the time expended
on the animal's mouth, the value of the
horse, &c In cases of valuable horses
we charge a little extra, but the ordi
nary fees are from three to five dollars
for extracting. 1 have charged as much
as fifty dollars, however, to very valu
able horses." N. F. Mercury.
It costs $250,000 or less to build a
first-class iron freight steamer of 2,500
tons, that will rate Al for twenty years.
Six weeks are allowed for a round trip
from New York or Philadelphia to
Europe and back for a steamer of this
class. Granting a liberal allowance for
laying up for repairs, the ship will
make seven round trips a year. The
average value of her outward cargoes
may be fairly estimated at $100,000,
and the freight lists will average not
less than 916,000, ,
When his " best girl" leaves home
for a boarding school, she promises to
write faithfully, be true as steel, and
all that sort of nonsense. The first let
ter is a nice long one, breathing the i
very essence of affectionate tenderness,
and is signed, Exclusively your own
darling;" after about six weeks, when
the young men from the neighboring
academy have made their opening
calls, she drops him a note enthusiast!-1
colly describing the particular student
that she has fancied, signing it " in- I
clusively yours, etc." He begins to '
feel a little queer, all the time expect
ing tnat delusively yours" will soon
be coming; but it never comes. The
correspondence is finished. New Haven
Let the next spellinsr-reform conven
tion be held in Maine, and adopt meas
ures to reform the spelling of the lakes
of that Stale. Some of the lakes there
only a quarter of a mile in length have
names half a mile long. The reformers
might wrestle with Lake Magoguehun
kittchognemusquitamackinogue to be
gin with. Norrisloum Herald.
Jkjtnte Measktc, recently arrested
and locked up in Buffalo for theft, will
find it will take something stronger than
sauron to bring her out.
Do a Clever Xlilng
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age of GUt-Ertsc Butter Maker for twenty
five cents. She can churn in half the time,
get ten per cunt, more butter, and of a color
that she will be prond of. The valuable book,
' Hints to Butter-Makers," is given sway by
Nova Pos-r-OrnCE, Ashland, Co., Ohio. I
May Kith, 1879. i
Butter Ixprovxitext Co.:
tienticmen My attention was called bv vonr
correspondent of Klyria, Mr. Boynton, to yonr
GlltrEdge Butter Maker, and wished me to
give it a trial. We churned one gallon of
cream according to your directions in your
letter to Mr. Boynton, with the following re
sult, time of churning twelve minutes, pro
duced 8Jf lbs., color good and quality far bet
ter than anything that I have tried previous
ly. I have been engaged In tbe dairy busi
ness more or less for the last fifteen years.
Also took of the same cream, the same time
and from the same bulk, omitting yonr pow
der, as per directions, with the following re-
suit, time or cmiming twenty minutes, three
pounds, quality inferior, short of what is re
quired in our market. I would further say, I
made a second trial with about the same re
sult. Truly yours,
C. 8. Yak Ajllbx.
Thousaxps Spbak. Vkoxthts is acknowl
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apothecaries to be tbe best purifier and
cleanser of tbe blood yet discovered, and thou
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No Corns, bas riven such universal satis
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FEVER AND AGUE.
Da. H. R. Rrrrxxs i TXRBOSO.N. 0,1878.
Dear Sir 1 f rrl very trsterul for what yonr Tlanabls
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be did nothlnK bntcrr. The doctors did not help him a
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tried one bottle, widen was s area! bene&t He kept on
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nraiui. waias wiuiout cruicnes or cane. He is twenty
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on, be conies In. takes a dose of Veeetlne, and that Is the
ass oi uie tynui tegeune leaves no Daa enectopon
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The Best Eemedy Known to Han!
Dr. Clark Jobnsoa having associated Mmeeif with Xr.
Edwin Eastiisan. an escaped captive, long; a slave to
vYakametkla. the medicine man of tbe Oomancbes, Is
now prepared to lend his aid In the toUoduattlon of tba
wonderful remedy of that tribe.
The experience of Mr. Eastman belrnr Brrnflar to that
of Mrs. Cha. Jones and son, of Washington County.
Iowa, sn account of whose sufferings were thrlllinKly
narrated in tbe Sew York Hrmld of Dee. ISth, 1878.
tbe facts of which are so widely knewa. and ao nearly
parallel, that but 1-ttle iiienUon of Mr. fsstmao's ex
periences will be Riven here. Tbey are, bowerer, pub
lished In a neat volume of 300 paces, entitled Seven
and Nine Tears Among theComancbes and Apaches,
of which mention will be made hereaJter. Suti.ee tt ta
amy that for several years Mr, Easts, Wbllea-oapClve.
was compelled to satber the roots, sums, barks, herbs
and berries of which Wakametklas medicine was
made, and Is still prepared to provide tbe sami ma
terials for the successful tTrtroductttn of the medicine
to the world; and attmres the public that the remedy la
Ute same now as when Wafcuaetkla pomps! Mt-a Mm fc
Wakametkla, the Medicine Han.
- Nothing has been added to the medicine and notblna;
baa been taken away. It is without doubt tbe Bxsr PD-
airun of the loooo and Basnna of the bibtbm aver
known to man. . .
This Syrup possesses varied uiuiWiUoa,
, It sices upas the Liver. -It
atcta npvBi tbe Kidneys.
It resroJatew tbe Bowels.
. It patrlflea the Blood.
It siwleta the Xervons Syatem.
It promote Blgrewtlon.
It B'oeurlBhea, asta-eaisrthens and Xawtsj-
at esurnea oar tu .ia diooci avnoi aaaaTea
It .peat the pares or tho .art..' auaa tm-
ateeo Healthy PcaraptKStaoau
It neutralises the hereditary taint or poison In tbe
blood, which generates Scrofula. Erysipelas and ail
manner of skin diseases and Internal humors. -
There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture, and
tt ean be taken by the most delicate babe, or by tbe
aged and feeble, core only bona required ia alien Hon
le eur actios.
Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume.
Sxvitif and Nixa Years Abtoko tbs Comanchbs abb
iir.HHKL A neat volume or suu pages, Delng a
with the sad massacre of a helpless family, and tbe
. ' captivity, tortures and ultimate escape of Its twa
surviving members, l-'or sale by our agents gen
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The Incidents of the aiasiaere, briefly narrated, are
distributed by agents, prkb of charge.
Mr. Kaftraao, being almost eonstantry a tbe West,
engaged In gathering and curing- the materials of which
the medicine Is composed, the -sole business manage
ment devolves upon Dr. Johnson, and tbe romedj bas
been called, and is known as t
Dr. Clark Johnson's ' '
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Price of Large Bottles . - - $1.00
Price of Small Bottles . '.' '- .50
- Bead rbavwImtBry testl menials of persons Vho have
been cured by the use of Dr. Clark lilliiaisns ladiaa
Blood Syrup in jour own vicinity.
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TESTIMONIALS OF' CURES.
. Cures Rhenraatism.
FAlllVTtw, Guernsey County, Ohio.
Peerr fir I was subject to Mbeumatismtwicea yeas
fbr the past ten or twelve years, but tlace "rintri 11
reliable Indian Blood Nyra, I bare been free
frwm it. IregaAd It as a very valuable remedy fur Vug
disease. AK. ATHKBION.
' Best FamUy MexUcIne. ' -
Havana, Huron Oeveaty. Ohio.
Dear Sir X have user) your excellent Indian
Blooal Kyrap in my family for Liver Casnplainr,
tsVaV9ttnn. etc. aad 1 can trathfuUysay II lathe best
remedy I nave ever used, as In every rase it effected a
permanent cue, I am ever ready to testify to Its
tuerila. . .. . . , . iL V. OWES.
Costireness and Piles.. '-
Tkpbow. Fultw County. Ohio.
Dear Sir I was In very poor health tora longtime,
being severely troubled with Costiveness and Piles;
sometimes 1 would be five or six days witnout a pass
age. 1 took some of your Indian atlood atysmp.
and fn a short time 1 was effectually cured.
Would Sot be Without It.
FnrnLAv Hancock County, Ohio.
Dear Sir 1 have been amictel with liysnepsla for
many years, and have used the Indian Blood
Syrap with good effect. I And it to be the beat
remedy which 1 have ever used and would not be with
out, 1 am thankful tor Its discovery. .
Lang Disease Cared. r V
Napolkok. Henry County, Ohio. Feb. 80, 1879.
Dear Sir Allow me to give my testimony in favor
ef your Indian Blooal Syrap, I was troubled
with Disease of tbe Lungs and also Liver complaint,
and stttierenuest of your Agent Itricdaome of your
medicine, which Immediately relieved me. 1 feel batter
than I have felt for years, and never was ao well as I am
aipreawiL 1 win always recaimuiend your medicine.
MAitA- B. AUa,
Kidney Complaint. ' -
lwrovr, Putnam County, Ohio.
IVor Sir This is to cert ry that I was amicted with
Kinney Complaint and Oeneral D -billty for a number
or years. 1 obtained some ot your Indian Blooal
Ryrap from your Agent, and It entirely cured me.
' Kamrs. Noble County, Ohio.
Dear fr This Is to enwry that your Indlnai
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ache, BABAH O. SBACH,
, General Weakness of the Sys team.
Etanspobt. Penance County, Ohio.
Dear rtir Iwaa suffering from Weakness of the
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. ... , ... . O! ; HKMtr BUJr-FMAH.
For Erysipelas. , ;
' HOPSDAA.K, Harrison County, Ohm.
- Dear Sir Thai Is to certify that your Indian
Blood nyrajp bas eared me of Ktyslpelaa and
Rheumatism, with which 1 autfered a long time. I
racxauAWena. ah us. so su.
- AUtS. WM. HEED.
: Cannot Beettmvatmi It Too Hfghlyj
Dbxtbb, Meiri rmaey. raiie.
Dear Sir I have used yonr great Indian Blood
sty-ran for Nervousness and Constipated Bowels and
ean truly recommend It the best medicine I ever Band.
I regard It a good remedy and It cannot be too highly
recommended. fiAItAU B. WILSOisi
- Greatly Benefited; " L
Nbw BoaLiNSTow, Clinton Cermty, Ofun.
Dear Sir I waa a great sufferer before I took yonr
iostly-cetehratod InaMsvn Blood Mjrrnn. 1 was
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Bowels, 1 was In a terrible state, but thanks to your
medicine, I am now greatly Improved, and believe your
hyrup to be the greatest Blood Purifier known tothe
world. THOUAS K. SIEAXa.
Liver Complaint and Heart Disease.
TiFyxcisoi Citt. Miami Co., Ohio, July 19, 1877.
Dear Sir-i have axed the eiceUeM Tt nation Blooal
Byray, which I procured from your Agent and tha
result bat bean wuuderf ui. I have been seek for eno
year with Uver Complaint and Heart Disease, and nine
Weeks OUt Of that Oin. 1 Jft.as. nA haaar. .hla tnian an.
work at all. I have taken some of your SYRUP, and
Since then I have been able to work. 1 beartlly reoorn-
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Medicine ersr ottered tu the uubUo.
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