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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MAY 2."), 180.).
THE DAVID OF THE
Dc Slays Giant Disease Willi His
Declare They Have Been Cured
Since Monday, the 20th Inst.,
and No Doubt Hundreds Moro
Have Beon Mado Well by the
Use of His Remedies Who Havo
T'rlitny win n record breaker In the
eale of .Munyon's remedies nt the retail
stores of Kansas City. Several of our
lending drUBBl-ds were vMtcd nnd with
out n single- exception they till declared
that during their whole business cpe
rlonco they have never seen medical
preparation of any kind that Fold so
rapidly as Munyon's, nnd agreed that,
this enormous demand could only be
created by the wondeiful curative
power of these remedies. Almost every
person purchasing relate Low some
friend has been cuie'd In n few l.ours,
or else, bavlner been cuied themselves,
they desire to send the medicine to some
friend far nwny, whom they know to
A half hour spent In any driiir store
where these little pellets are sold will
convince the most skeptical that Pro
fessor Munyon has Indeed discovered a
new mothod of treating disease which
will cure 00 per cent of the people who
In not one single Instance did the re
porter hear nii)thlnE but the highest
pinlse for the remedies, and ho was
told by the pharmacists that In almost
every case where the cures had failed to
Blve relief It was proven that thevviong
remedy had been taken through the Ig
norance of the person as to what dis
e lse he was suffering from. From facts
fi-atheied It seems that Munyon's gener
ous free distribution of Rheumatic Cure
to the citizens of Kansas City will result
In Increased renown, as whet ever ou j?o
you hear the name of Munyon associ
ated with the wonderful cmes he has
If jou are suffering with any disease
whatever, jou can mnke no mistake in
giving these cuii" n tilal, as they cost
but 2.") cents and are perfectly harmless
Caution. A ceitaln eliugglst, on being
asked If he kept Muni oil's remedies, le
plled: "Yes, a few, but don't sell them
If I can help It. I have a huge stock of
other homeopathic remedies on hand,
and while this advertising' Is going on
propose to push them on the people
who call for Munjon's whenever 1 can."
"We wish to say light heie that Life and
Death aie seinis subjects and the great
est crime man can be guilty of Is to de
ceive and trifle with human aillictions.
Such a person Is unworthy of your con
fidence In any particular whatever. He
ware of the man who tells you that these
medicines are just as good, for there are
no medicines made that lesemble Mun
yon's In formula or effect.
Munjon's Itheumntisin Cure Is guar
anteed to cuio iheumatlsm In an) part
of the body. Acute or muscular iheu
matlsm can be euted In fiom one to live
das. It speodil) cuies shooting pains,
sciatica, lumbago, unci all rheumatic
pains In the back, hips anil loins. It sel
dom falls to give relief after one or two
doses, and almost Invariably cuns be
foie one bottle has been used.
Melinite li imil l-jspepsln Cur'.
Munyon's Stomach nnd Dyspepsia Cuio
cuies all founs of Indigestion and stom
ach tioubles, such as rising of food, (lis
tless after eating, shoi tness of breath
and all affections of the heart caused by
indigestion, wind on the stomach, bad
taste, oftenslve bieath, loss of appetite,
falntness or weakness of stomach, head
ache fiom Indigestion, soreness of the
stomach, coated tongue, heart bum,
shooting pains of the stomach, constipa
tion, dizilness, fnlntness and lack of
Munjon's Neivo Cuio cuies nil the
symptoms of nervous exhaustion, such
as depressed spliils, failure of memoiy,
v icstless or sleepless nights, pains In the
head and dlev.lness. It cuies geneial de
bility, stimulates and strengthens the
nerves and tones up the whole bodj
Trice 25 cents
Munvon's Kidney Cure cures pains in
the back, loins or giolns, tiom kidney
disease, dropsy of the feet and limbs,
frequent desire to pass water, daik-col-ored
and turbid mine, sediment In the
urine and diabetes. 1'iice .' cents.
Catarrh positively cuied Aie you
willing to spend CO cents foi a cuie that
positively cures cataiih by removing the
cause of the disease? If so. ask jour
druggist for n 2u-cent bottle of Munyon's
Catarrh Cuie, and a 25-cent bottle of
Catairh Tablets The catairh cuio
will eiadlcato the dibeaso fiom the
sjstem and the tablets will cleanse and
heal the allllcted parts and lestoie them
to a natural and healthful condition.
Munjon's Liver Cuiu coi reels head
ache, biliousness, Jaundice, constipation,
and all liver diseases.
Munjon's Cold Curo pievents pneu
monia and bieaks up a cold in a few
Munjon's Cough Cuio stops coughs,
night sweats, allays soreness and speed
ily heals the lungs.
Munyon's Female Remedies are a boon
to all women.
Munyon's Headache Curo stops head
ache In three minutes,
Munyon's I'ilo Ointment cures all
forms of piles.
Munjon's Asthma Cure and Herbs aro
eunranteed to relieve asthma In thieo
minutes nnd curo In live dajs. Pi Ice 50
Munyon's TSlood Curo eradicates all
Impurities from the blood.
Munyon's Vitamer Imparts new life,
ietoies lost povveis to weak and debit
Itated men. l-ilcejl.
Munyon's Homeopathic Ilemedy Com
pany. 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, Ia.,
puts up speclllcs for nearly eveiy dis
ease, mostly for 25 cents a bottle.
Communications addressed to Mun
yon's lepresentatlve, Midland hotel,
Kansas City, Mo., will meet with prompt
Sold by All Retail Druggists-
Munyon's Oulda to Health with every
purchase of hi genuine remedies from
The Owl Drug Store,
OO Main hi.
Diamond Drug Store
'04 Main Street,
"Kitty Courtele of (he Table" Tint Is
the title nt a curious old manuscript of the
thirteenth centurj to be found among the
nuinherles rolls of )cllowcel nnd hrlveled
parchment which constitute the greit
vveilth or (he Atnhrolnn library nt Milan.
It Is written In vere b one I'm Honvesln,
who appears to have hem an nrbller of
good manner to the public of six centuries
ago, nnd who hit not been eeiitlnllj Im
proved upon liv the tuiit'prous writers on
etliiiette of more recent )cars
I'ra Honvcln i-ms not onlx to hive po
ecd pretty good ene regarding the car
dliinl point" of rcllntd table manner, but
also to hive hml nn appreciation of the
more delicate touches of good breeding and
centllltv worthy of my Lord Chesterfield
"If jou prlnkle wnter on the hands do
i-o grnrefull), ami see thnt thej nre not
uncle in," l hl llrst injunction
It can do no hirni to repent ome of the
worthy monk's nilmonltlon, for they nre
not onlj of interest n throwing light on
the rlvlllritlon nnd customs of the time,
but the greater number of them might tie
pasted in rvery nun's hit with mlv intngo
to the wenrer, provided he would look at
them occnulonally for almost every one
has at leist rend or been told what good
manners nre. The practice of them Ik
what Is lacking.
After Impressing on his renters the ne
cessity of cleanllnes In personal appear
ance at table he continue" "Do not he In
too great a hurry to take jour 50 it nt ta
ble before being Invited, If jou should Hml
jour pl ice occupied, do not make any dls.
turb.uice about the m liter, but politely
Tho Tubingen school, the Ileum, nnd the
Ingi-rrol had not a jet unsettled the pop
ulir mind on terlaln Important question",
nnd the necessity of sijlng grace was of
more c.onciiuencp In I'ra Honvcsln's d ly
than It might be considered now. One Is
pirtlculaily named not to neglect s.ijlng
gr.ne "It I", to the extreme, gluttonous
and vile, and showing greit contempt of
the Lord, to think of eating btfore having
ased his blessing"
This over, one 1" admonished "to sit de
cently nt the table, not with the legs
crossed, nor with the elbows on the hoard "
"Do not" mark this, jou business man,
with bit few moments to spare forjour
lunch, jou well gorged patrons of high
priced restaurants, mark this "do not till
jour mouth too full; the glutton who tills
his mouth will not be nble to ri plj when
spoken to." And t.lewhPie the careful
brother utters an especial warning against
the breach of good manneis In eating
Lvldently the worthy frater thought lit
tle of the table tnlk of that ilay, for his
net recommendation sivors strongly of
the hoinolj hut epros"lo mnndntc ot our
grandparents. "Let jour victuals stop
vour mouth" I'ta Honvesln's veislon Is
"When tallng talk little, btcause In talk
ing one's food Is apt to drop or be
spluttered" "When thllstj, swallow voui
tood before drinking" llxcellent hjglene
as well as good manners.
In that (.arly time dinner services were
not as complete as In latei peilods Lach
guest was supposed to bring with him Ills
own knife and spoon, as wlil be seen fur
thci on, nnd thue was but one drinking
cup for the whole coinpanj-. The following
admonitions as to the us,, of this cup are
ot Inteiest "Do not ilirtj the cup ill
drinking, take It with both hands flrmlv,
so as not to spill tho wine. If not wishing
to drink, nmt jour neighbor has dirtied
tho cup, wipe It huoro passing it on.
Tho fourteenth courtesy Is admirable,
nnd not only admirable, but applicable to
man diners-out of the present and to all
thosu amiable people whose conlvlillty Is
In excess of their discretions. "Dewure of
taking too much wine, even If It be good,
for he olTcnils titblj w ho does so, onanist
his boil and his soul, while the wine be
cousumis is vwihtid" Prudent old I ru
"If nnv one an Ives during the meal,"
one Is told, "not to 1 se, but continue eat
ing" The sixteenth courttsy Is olio 11.it
tlLiilnrlv significant for the present, ns in
it those who take soup aie counseled not
to "swallow theli spoons.' and are furthei
.i.iviei.il m "mm 01 tbimselvts of this bad
habit as soon as possible
"If jou should sntee 01 cough, covei
join mouth, and above all tmn away fiom
the table "
The next comtcsi lias the true Chester
tleldlan stamp ' Oooil inunnnrs ih m mil
that one should p.u take, however little,
of whatever Is offi red If. that Is. one Is In
gooel health Do not,", urges I r.i Honve
sln, "criticise the food, 01 s.ij . "Ili.it Is
li.ullv cooked, or too salt ' Attend to jour
own plato nnd not to that of others Do
not mix togithi-i on jour plate all sorts 01
lands, meat and eggs It mij disgust jour
nelghboi. Do not eat eoaiselj or vulgnrllj.
nnd if Oii have to sharo join bread with
any one cut it neatly If jou do not wish
to be lll-bied. Do not soak jour In end
lu join wine, fill " sajs the frntei, "If
any one should dine with me and thus ilsh
up his victuals I should not like It
"If with ladles calve Hist for them to
them tho men should do honor Alvviijs re
membe ill 11 fill-nil be dining with one to
l,lp him to the choicest pans Do not -11
low veu thoughtful line I sens hie th is
iidvlte "do not. how eve; picss join friend
too win ml to'entoi eliluk. but letelve
him well ami give lilm gooel eheii
"Whe d nlng with nnv great man cease
eating while he Is dilnkiiig. and do not
drink at the same time as he- U hen si
ting next a bishop, elo not elrink till he
drinks. 1101 rise till he rises
"Let those WHO seive m nran, ,""" .,,'
the servunts be free from any smell which
might give a. nau.e.i to thofcc eating"
An admonition that will recommend Itself
to all good housekeepers Is not to .wine
one's llngeis on the tablecloth Let the
haiids be cUun, and above all do not at
l.' scratch jour head. 1101. Inileed, an
iioitlon of our bod) Do not, while eat
I ml- fondle dogs 01 cnts or other nets. It
" 1'iot 1 gilt to touch animals with hands
which touch the food When eating de.
not Pick our teeth with the lingers. Do
not ilik our llngeiH, which Is ver ugl
Unil lll-bied, for lingers which aro greasy
are not clean, but dirt).
"Do not trouble our neighbor with
questions. If OU leemlio an thing from
him." sa)S the politic monk, "wilt till 1c
ha" llnUhed eating Do not te 1 at .table
dole-fill tales, nor eat with a morose or
melancholy air. but take. e;are our words
ire cheer) When at table avoid wrang
ling and no!) disputes, but If unj should
ransgress in this manner pass It over tl
later-do not m.iku a dlstm bance. if von
feel unwell nt tiblo ren on) expiesson
of pain, and do not show suffering, which
would Inconvenience thiiso at table. If
jou happen to see. an thing In the food
which Is disagreeable do not refer to It.
If it Is a ily 01 other material say nothing
in handling jour bowl or plate at table
place )our thumb out) on the edge. Da
not bring with you to table too many
knlvch ami spoons, there Is a mean if
)our bowl or plate is taken away to be re
lllled elo not send up )our spoon with it.
To all these matters pay attention. In
eating do not put too much upon ) our
spoon at one time, for not only will )ou
give much embarrassment to our stom
ach, but )OU will b) eating too quickly of
fend those sitting near, if jour friend Is
with )OU at table be cheerful and continue
to eat while hei eats, ever. If )0U should
have had enough belore he hns llnlshedj
he might othe-rwlbe out of shame stop be
fore his hunger was satisfied,"
Rislly Is It to be seen that courtesy U
based on klndiit-ss of heart and is not
more conformity to a todo of arbitrary
rules conccoeted by some would-be exclu
sive. I'ra Homesln's courlt-sles are es
sentially applicable to all time and in all
places where the amenities of life aro ob-
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'served! the only fxtrpflons being In such
Instances where an advance 1 elvlllratlon
has changed the mode of living One of
I these exceptions Is found In the fortj
rlulith eniirtpsi. t limit? h Its nrei cut Is
rloelv nllled to the preceding "When
eating with others do not sheath jour
knife before everj one ele nt table has
done the shop When jou hnve oaten
pr.ile .Ieiis tiirit for rei living his bless,
ing. ungrateful Indeed Is he who negle, ts
this dutj " An admonition that will more
rendllj eomnund itself to m inj worthv
people than the latter pirl of the lirtleth
nnd Inst eourto "Wash well jour hands
and drink good wine "
llin Old Irilllille Heel.
Oh, the old trundle bed where 1 slept when
I boj '
What eanoplcel king might not covet the
The glory nnd peicc ot that slumber of
Like n long, gracious rest In the bosom di
vine? The iiuilnt, homely couch, hidden cloe
from the light.
Hut daintily drawn from Its hiding at
Oh, a nest of delight from the foot to tho
Was the epieer little, dear little, old trundle
f , the old trundle tied, where 1 wondering
Vne stars through the window, and listened
To theslKh ot the winds ns they trembling-
Through the trees where the robins so rest-
Where I heard the low, murmurous chirp
of tlm wren.
And the kntjilld listlessly chirrup agiln.
Till niv fineles grew faint, nnd were drow
Through the mne of the dreams of the old
Oh, the old trundle bed! Oh, the old trun
With Its plump llttlo pillow nnd old-fnsh-loneel
Its snowy white sheets nnd the bl inkcts
Smoothed down nnel tucked round with tho
touches of love'
The voice of my mother to lull me to
With the old fairy stories my memory
Still fresh ns the lilies that bloom o'er the
Once bowed o'er my own in the old trun
dle bed. James Whltcomb Itll.-v.
Iloliiikliig it I're ttj Weiiiuiu.
The Prince of Wales Is s-id to hive nn
extraordinary mil accurate knowledge of
the signs, colors and membership of all
orders of merit It is ,1 matter, however,
In which he permits no trilling, as the fol
lowing Incident shows
At n recent state lull a beiutlful voting
girl wore a glittering Jeweled decoration on
her breast. She elaueiel opposite the prince.
When the quadrille was over, lie iM gen
tl. "That Is a prettv onnment. .May I ak
to whom It belongs'"
"To Lord lllink," said the frightened
girl "lie Is m) fiance He allows me to
"fan jou unfasten it easll)-'"
"Ves, jour hlghnes"
"Then mav I ask )ou to take It off, and
to tell Lord Hlank that It means something
more than 11 bit of gold and a few ellinionds
to be worn merel) as an orn iment, even by
a elnrnilng woman."
Ilnbln on the lilting hough,
ltcilhreast rover, tell me how
You tho wear) time hive passed
Since we saw anil heard )ou last.
"In a green and pleasant land,
Hy a summer sea Ineee fanned.
Oiange trees with ft nit are lie nt
There the weir time I've spent."
Itobln, rover, there, no doubt.
Your best musle )ou've poured out;
I'lplng to n sttnngei's eat,
You forget j mil lovus heie.
"Little lady, on my woiel.
You do wiling a tine lie. 11 1 bird!
Not one dltt) would ! sing,
'.Mong the leaves or on the wing.
"In the sun or In the lain;
Stranger's ear would list in x.iln.
If 1 e'Vi r tiled .1 note
hoinethlng lose within my throat.
" 'Tw.is because in) heart was true
To tho Ninth and sptingtimo new,
My mind's eve 11 nest eoulel see
In )on old toiked apple tue"
lldlth M. Thomas.
The following forcible and beautiful ele
Hneatlon of pri-Judlco 's aserlbcel to I-iesl-elent
"I're-Judlee may be compircd to a misty
morning In October, a man goes forth 10
.111 eminence, and he ne-s at the summit
or .1 neighboring hill a llguie, app ucntl)
of glgmtlc statme, for sin h the imperfect
medium thiough which lie is viewed woiilil
make his nppe-ar, he goes forward .1 few
steps, the llguie ad values tow aid him; the
size lessens as the) appioieh. the) elraw
still nearer, and the extiaordlnary up
pe nrnnce Is graduilly but senslhlv dimin
ish mi, at last the) meet, nnd peril ips the
person he had taken for a monster pioves
to be his own brother"
She was a winsome counti) lass.
So William, 011 .1 brief v. nation,
Mole pleasautl) the time to pass,
And as the) stiolled in twilight dim,
While near the time of pirtlng drew.
Asked If she would like to have fiom him
Of Preneh this simple girl knew naught
Hut doubting not 'twas something nice,
t'pon ItH meaning quickly thought.
Then, lu a trice,
Upward she turned her pretty head,
ller losy lips together drew,
Tor purpose plain, and eojly said,
"Yes. Hill), do!"
Sequel And Willlim elld.
wisi: ami n untwist:.
A now novel has the hero ami heroine
h.ippllj man ltd in the hut chapter. It
never will havu much of a sale. Los An
Lidy (iiishton (alvvajs so agreeable)
"And the magnlllcciit picture .s jou hid here
last je-nr have jou got them all still.'"
M. liake Whjte (sadly) "Yes, I have
them nil." ,
Lady (jiishton "How very nice! It Is so
haril to pirt with one's own plctuies, is
Mr. Iiake Wh) te (with much feellng)
"Awfull), awfully haul. Sometimes impos
sible'," She "I am afraid oui income would not
be sulllclent to pay even my dressmaker's
lie "Hut If you adopted tho rational
dress we might make the same clothes do
Washington Star; "One of theso divs."
said the iinirihist, "we'll see this whole
country lu flames.
"Don't say that," leplled his companion
with u shiver,
ifecause. If that happens, thevil call
out all the tiro departments and people
will be soaked promiscuously. It iul be
worsu than a bath."
Hoston Herald; "If any here present,"
said the oliiciatlng cleigjman, "can show
Just cause why this man and this woman
may not law full) be joined together, let
THE FIRST SUNSTROKE OF THE SEASON.
A itcmtilno enso of sunstroke would not havo tllsnblucl nnd parnlyzod opposition ono-hnlf ns much ns tho brpnd-
Iclos 01 low pneos tnntwo nro tinny pouring mu mum
f prlcos hns boon so thorough nndfnr ranching that most
Knee Pants Suits Asr,f i:r..
At Itrnimnl :le I'rlee .
Haiti old by othi-t retalleM
nt JiW, here below tiinnii- ail A.J
faituter's cm I wlitsl
H11IK old h) other retallets
nt JH'i li'-ri- below mitiu- fil CC
fiiettittri eot vliVU
Sulti sold by other tctnlhrt
nt II n hue lielow matin- CQ
facturet's cot ., .. .... .... Xf3j
At Iti mniat "- ill- I'rlir..
Suits sold bv other retailers
at JT(i here below tnallll
Null Fold b) othi r telallers
nt I () bete below matiu
rni Hirer t e iHt .
Hulls sold bv other retnllert
nt 10. tiete below innnu
raeturer s cost ,,..
At Itetiieitiil .nli' I'rln .
Srrlven fl pitrtit el isllc eim dravveri,
sold by other retailers at SlK rtQ
K 0 for 1
J'ounliiln pepierel Ji nn sold
li) other dialers for 7. bii
l lulerwear sold nv oilier deau-ri tor t.ic
l'r carment, her b low IQ r4c
111 inuf irturer's coit ... IO 119
him now speak or forever hold hi peiee
The moom casuallv laid a pair eif larne
revolver on the rnlllio, in front of him.
nnd the 1 ereinot.) pruiiedid
(iilenitoin -"What I tin- mot plinliiK
dleiiver) )ou've mnile since .voui lu)
New Vorkei "The fait tint tin re are 200
trains le.ivliiK dall) '" Life
New York Weekly l'alilnn ible tailor
"f!o front at once. Two )ouni 1 lerks the 11
afle r suit "
New man (whlpcrliiK) "I m waltln-, on
.1 millionaire "
rnshloliable tillnr "I.eive him and at-
teiul to the clerk Them, million nr.
don't lui) elolhe uiiet In live vi 11
ibrk I iiood for n fri sh ult ive-r) three
l!otoli Herald: M.ie f irl.uie -"1 supioi
ou have come airaln In 1 onm-ctloii with
the- illiinond pin I thoiiKht hid been stoli n
from me It turns out. aftei all, that 1
had left It 111 111 ilri-liiK ' ae '
Morrlon l)o)ie (from Siotland V,.ird)
"I ilneph le-Ktfl that fait "
.M.u farl iik- "Whv ? '
M011 1011 Iiovle "Hccnuse I found a clue
to tho thief"
Tevis Siftlne:: "I nil" In the the.ilet
w he'ii vour play was brought out foi the
III t time"
you weie theie, were )oii""
"Ves, and I iw )Oii iheie, too nvery
bud) w 1 vavvnliiK, nnd to m) aslonlh
iiunt )ou ,ivvned, too, with the rest "
"I hid to vuvvn. If I hadii t somebod)
would have- Miispeetcd me of belli' the 1111
l'c-irson's Weekly: "I was o orr) to
hi"ir tint )our husbind Is 111," v ild the
"Ves " was the reply. "It was leill) to
b id lie took such a llklner to a new kind
ot 'health food' and oveiate himself"
I'unch: "I'oot-nlctht, Mrs I'rown I hnf
to ank )ou for de most hleasant efenliiK
1 h if si hbent In ni) life ' '
"till, don't si) that. Ib-ir Schmidt'"
"Aeh! I)0t 1 do say dat! I .liv i)S si)
Texis HlftlnKs Husbind "Wh it's tin
mittei with mv 111111111 this moinliiK'"
Wife "Von Know well eunui-h whits
the mittei. V cm came home- drunk 1 it
Hush mil "Me drunk last nlKht nevei "
Wile "Mut vnii owned up that vou had
bei'ii ilrlnklnK "
lliisbiuil "I did. eh"" Well, )ou i-an't
believe li lit whit 11 man .i)s wlicn he's
Hoston Ideas: Jonesb) "Stnnic how
popul ir MiHieo h is sudili nl) ktovvii' Whv
I met him last nlKht .11 Mis. llonfashloirH,
Mis. Alitliei.iReV. Mrs ljulti 1 unci t s and
severil nthei pl 11 1' He seems the ie'Un
Inir fad l'viijom Is takliiK lilm lip"
Tiimpklns " e' evi'ii the police men as
I saw call) this mornln1 011 111) vv.i)
Hoston Ilei ild "Vou look bunKiy, in)
m in. (.'nine to mv place and til sive )ou
fcomi' wink to do '
"AsKIiik piidliiK, Btiv'ner, but I've not to
attend a imilluK ot the unemplo)ed this
afte inoon "
WashliiKlon Stni "What did father sa)
when .vou asked him for my hand'' asked
the voiini; woman
"Oh," 11 piled Au-rustus, "he he did his
In st to be ib isint. lie Slid then- was
somethliiK about me he n ally admlied."
"Pld be s.i) what '"
"Vis. .My Impudi nee "
1.ll .All. lnli,...li MI .hlnl. " -ot.l .!..
ill'll ill il'.'i, uw.,.,t. . e.iii.n. r.iti, .!,-
Cheerful Idiot, "tint It will not be Iouk
before the fellow who was .11 rested for the
minder of that man Saturday will bo con
"pn )ou think he is Holm, to confess?"
asked the landl id).
"Oh. no," said the Cheerful Jellot; "I
bin- my Idea on the fact that the conllne
inent In prison ma) tell on lilm "
limpet's lliuir Ml Mono Iiik "I'm
nriniil the iiortialt looks innii- like an 11II1
Kor) of winlth than It doi'S like my wife "
i'fii de hieeb Tine, sir. but a Bii.it
poitinlt should alw.ijs iidlect the spheie
III which the slttei moves."
Mr Mono) Ink's "Hut suppose, we should
lon out mnne) '"
lin de Rlnle "Oh, 111 that enso )ou could
not afford lo keep one of my pictures "
Professor I nines, chemist to the ChlciRo
board of health sds ho has found tho
lto).il Hakim; I'owebr the puri-st and
stiuiiKest, and superior to all others lu
evei) respec t.
I'AMNt! II. OIII.IC.ATIONS.
lily Serves .Villi e It Will Take 11)1 HiiiiiIh
'I li:t t lull linn .lam, lit.
Comptroller Shannon has prepared for the
P i) meat of the city bonds, which fall dim
on June 1 He has scut notice to Kouno
Ilia:.., the city's financial .uents in New
York, directing them to j,ive puhe notice
that Kniih-is I'll) is. which nniount to
jso.ooo, will be p-ild ut the binklntt houso
of the agents oil pree nt itlou The builds
nre held b) n number of peisons and are
the last of tliell telle In addition to
tlm principal, there will li i: semi
mini (1 Inteiest eue at th" same time
Mr. Shannon will send on New York ex
change foi the lull nniount to.d.i) Tho
next bunch of ill) securities to fall due will
be $Ut,uu0 of loin, lime bonds, which must
lie met on August 1 Funds have alttad)
been provided to meet them.
limit rlmncl ('iiiiiietltlini.
There is no iosbllit) of shakiiiE the
reputation of SO.OPPNT bj underhauil
coiiipetltton; sllll It l deemed advUablu to
recommend wariness to the purchiser, as
Inferior arlU-lis are sometimes recommencl
ed us the equal of or resembllm,' this tter
llnu tooth beauillier and preset vatlve.
If )ou vvnnt to lent a residence or stop:
loom see ad on patju 7.
'Ibnnki. li n for Aslslunri'.
The members of the Oood Samaritan Pay
Nurser). 17J3 Locust street, wish to thank
the follow ins persons for their kind as
sistance, given for the beneilt of the Queen
of May feJtlv.il May 11: Colonel Slmonds,
Third regiment, for Armory hall; Mr, E.
B. vveeKs. eieciric utin, jictkowiiz iv 10 ,
printing; Mr. SchwelEer, contractor, build- .
Ine stage; Mr. J. 1 I'elletler, superintend- '
ent of insurance patrol, for tarpaulin to
cover stage; Mr. Alfred Brant, superin
tendent of work house, for chains; Mr.
Schmidt, confectioner, Ice cream; Mlsa Liz
zie Dunl.ip, for "Minuet;" parents and chil
dren assisting In uueen of May: Mrs. John
llranham and Mr Cuthbert I'owell. for
man) services. llianKs are due to all oth
ers who kindly assisted and also to Mr.
John Wlggln for the donation of $3 to the
Quod Samaritan Vty Nursery.
At Itfimtt ill sub. I'rleeo.
Han Ikrr lilt fK ol I bv other delicts fr
Id . hen In low mnnitf.tclur- Ji 4c
(i s 1 oil . ., 1 -Mr ll3
llnndkrrrlilefi sold liv other dealer for
i , here tiiloiv mnnlifact- I -4
urer's rot ...... ...... I tl
Laundered Negligee Shirts
At Itrmeitnt "ale frier.
Neiillicn shlrt'e sold bv other di-il rs far
Tt bete below milium. tur-y f rje
N.n. III. sliltlu ti.il. I l. nil.. , tlirflrr. T if
Si'i , li re below mnnuractlir-OQ -4r
er' 1 iHt , . .zj LtS
At Itrliintnl iite I'rbi .
foil u sedd by other dealers for l.V',
here lielow 111 inufnrlureri' O f4.Q
Coll'ir sold by other dealers for liv.
hen below mitiuf.icturer's I -,4.
1 ewt I til
At lie liiinul iili' I'rlei .
("uffi sold bv other dealers for l.ej
heri- below m 1 niif.n-tu r 1 ' Q i
eoit O ll9
XJS .A.T TE3aSrTH A.3SrD
So proof-positive am I of its power that I eonsitler ft my duty to send tvv o bottles free to those of your readers who W
have Consumption or any Lttni; Trouble if they will write me their express and post-ofliee address. JM
'I lie I'ditnrial and Itinlncss
WEEKLY REY1EW OF TRADE.
IIIMMsc. IMI'ltOV I.MI.S I' sril.l. 4 -
il.MOIV All, I'tlKIIONS III'
1 111: COI N I KV.
lib i Are, llli-liir in 11 t.rint Niiinhe'r of
rtll li s mill VViiiih ro Vilviini lui;
s. rliiu lliein iiiii In VVIii.tt
nl ( re illte d.
New York, Mav 21 It (i Pun A, Co 's
Weekl) Itcvlew of Tnde which Issin s to
moriow, will sa) . If wile it his been so
gre.itl) Injun d li) tin- snows .111,1 Hosts
III May tb it the sucldi'n rl"e of 1J eents In
two weeks Is Justin, d, the 1 alamlt) will
nlTeet all buslnes prospect The iinikets
do nut believe It, fot stock do not col
lapse iron, leithcr and hides still il-,
and no holdeis of wheat would sell at so
cents, a lower juice thin hid bun known
when at this se ison foi thirl) )e irs prloi
to 1VH, it cum lit lepoits wile credited
.Some lnjuiy has undoulili.il) bee n sus
tained, but our own dlsp itches do not
show tint it Is reallv serious The te mpe 1
Is to bu), ligirdless of the lsllile reiiitrc
nients, In the faith that pines ire un to
rise. Wcstctn ucelpts of when foi time
weeks have been 1 itgi r thin list )ear In
spite of steinns nnd fiosts Hut tin r"
has pi.ietle.illy stopped lui) Ing for cxpml
as the slmll ir rle' did in Apill, Is'M, which
was follow e-d h) about the lowest pi in
then I'vei known Whetlur gi 1I11 his b, , 11
gu.itl) Injured or not foreign mirkets will
take eirly occasion to forilf) theiiisilvm
fiom other somees. The week's mIis hi ri
have amounted to r,1,Mo,(jo bushels, iiml
accounts of el image h) tiott and li) In
sects are so inixi'd up tint i-onio tiadc
think tho bugs must wen overtoils Coin
10-e Jiii dm Ing the weik, thuugh much
of the coin killed msy be replinted, poik
lose (ii ee-uts 111 r battel, I nil 3 cents pi 1
H-i pound?, .'i.id oats .' cents pel buslul
Cotton 11I-0 idvaiued V during the in 1 k
with s-iles ot 1Vii,'Jiin biles, eurreiit esti
mates putlng the deileise in acreage .it
US pn lent, and tin crop at 7 Un.nem
liven this with known eoiiiminlil nnd
splnueis' stiie ks, would c,ivc- the world foi
the )c-ar and a ipiiiur to coiistiine mole
Amcilcnn than It his evei consumed in a
e.ir and a half. The Iron industi) dis
tinctly gains, and the iuipiiivi ment Is no
long, 1 eonllneel to jnlees of mile rills Het
ter wages ut and west of l'lttsbuig 1 oli
vine e lui) ers that pile is miiat iim, ami
the!" have tiei 11 luger siles eif finished
imidueis, with about $1 r ion better
prices foi stiuctiiiul tonus and steel bus,
whlh He-seiiici pin hi-, rNeii in $11 M at
l'lttsburg 'I lin Thomas tuiiipui) has a 1
vannd Its .inthr idle pli, 50 enils, and
higher frilghis made .Soiitlnni cost more
it tin Hist, tsilts of 1 ills to Mil) 1 win
IJii.miij tons, and dc-llveuts Jlnoou, both lug
ei Ih in 1 isi )i 11 Nail vvoiks .11. iiinibui
llig and a coke pool Is expected tci laisi
pi lees soon, l'lttsburg bunks note with
draw lis lot pa) mils in tin p 1st mouth ot
$',;'' i.S 17, agilusi l,8i"i,si!i list )ear b) the
s line work nidus this )e,ir nuinbi 1
.'.'.O.'l fielghi and 7J pisseu-ei e.us, 5,m"l
moie than In the whole ).,ir l.il, lint in
IVjj and pre v lulls )i.us the outline was
ovei 'H.ihUi fidght eats Antlunlte coil
Is dec Mi ill) sttiiugn nnd iiippui ver) film
at lu'.e foi like, though the April output
was about i;.r.i tons lirgti than lint .if
Ja1111.1i)' I'urihasc'S of Ku.ids 1111 ler th.
i...ii..r ... 1. . ....... . 1 1. . . . . .... 1
in fiii 11, tit uc'iii iixiiic 1
itt,,, ,,i,j ,.i0j, ,itL enu cieilllllll 01 ceil j
tons stems sltiluron tho vvhob and prim
, li.eliu ..,., i-t.:.. .....i. ,..,, '....
it......? ..iw -...v nrw.ii 1 .mule's llllSlllie- OH. M .," , , , ( 1 1 ,,,,
""it U...C- ivvi-11 .yi, IIK.IIIISC IISJ lafel )l,ll
Now York. .May St. lliadstreet's mis
Tho model ate ri anion In the stock maikit
list wtek mid this week caused ptimailly
by iipwited fiosts mid rcnons of suveie
damage to ideal crops, was tollowcd old)
111 pun iiy 11 toriesiioiiiiing clmlt 10 the
inovimeiit lu genet ul trade Not oik nt
II111 larger grain states eoiilliiii!. the ie.
pqits ot seiviiu elaiingo to wlie.it nod coin
Willi Wllkh till) t XC'hllllL'l S liic iil.,iitn.l. .1
and theiei is less it.ison 10 billeve in ilie
extent of It us e ill 1 e III 1- lepoittd The
ic"i uiiuiaii leiieuiu in inu win at situa
tion llts in tile announced 1 cattle. tic n of
Aruentliiei nnel Husslan , vteciiih i.,ino.i
expoit ability of nearly nil hadlm, liiodue
us unil siioitei supplies of Impelling ccun-
trfcS. lew lltllC'Ve. Wlle.lt lni Inn Iimi! ilw
highest point 011 this wave, nlthoiigli it is
iio per Iiushil above tho lowest time tin
panic, llxpoits of wheat from tin t lilted
slates, both masts and Moutltal, this week
amount in .',7:.l.(ie.i bushels, against .'Sj'ioi
liushels last week, 1 J10,ihi liushels in tlie
unlet weeiv in .-liejl, l''l, J.lllb.Uilil liUSIlelS ill
the third week of UW, ;.;M)1i.h) miluls in
tho )car before that, mid us eompaied
with J,J1j,c0oO bushels expoited ill 1W1
This week's record of advances aro as
conspicuous as evei, und Include hides,
shoes, leather, Ilessemer plelron, steel bil
lets nails, bai lion, copper, zinc, wheat,
Indian corn, oats, poik, lard, wheat tloui,
coffee, cotton, naval stores, potatoes, poul
tr) und butter twenty-two in all. The
tone of the, Iron and steel mdrkets Is the
strongest since the depression of 1W3-D1.
woolen manufacturers are working old or
ders, and some refuse to stick up with raw
material, us prices at the Interior aro
above a parity with, those at the seaboard.
Western views are that manufactuieis ma)
be blioit of supplies to meet fall contracts.
Tho immense advance in petiolcum prices
has so far hilled to induce any large In
cieuso lu the well output, thus pointing
to approaching exhaustion of subterranean
stores of tbl uroduct, lu the AuuaUchUu
in our uroni mars uown numuvtu omu. iiiuwihh--'
ovorythlng Is to bo found nt loss thnn manufacturers cost.
Men's Straw Hats
t Iteiiioial snip ITIie.
Hit sold by other ibateri for 'A,
here below manufaciurer sOQ n(c
eot . .. . A9 1lS
Boy's Straw Hats
At Itemoval .'nil" Prlee.
I Ills sold bv other dialer for IV,
heie below manufacturer Q nlD
oil ,. ... ..... O 119
At Itemiiviil Sale- l'rlre.
IliHlers iiitd by other deiler for l"e ,
here lielow 111 inufaeturer's O rtc
ot ....... ...... O 119
llmlerv sold b) other dealers for ltv;
here below manufacturer's C rtG
mil O CIS
lloilerv sold ti) other denlers foi Be .
here below m.imif icturer s I f
I'Olt ..,,,, , , , . . 111
At Itemiiviil 'nli' I'rli 1 .
t'tilauiiilered soft bmom nnd colhr
Shirt , sold bv other letaileri at W, ,
here below minuf.iCttircr'OQ ffe
Shirts -eold bv other retailer at Mc,
here below manufacturer's A "7 .1.
cost . . ill 119
T&J&.11X A.FTE3K. SEPTEMBER 1
HniTOR I have an absolute remedy for Consumption and all Throat and Lung yi
its tiniclv use thousand' of hopeless cases have been already permanently cuied. A
hinccrrlr. T. A. SI.IK'1'M,
Mnnngcmcnt nt this Paper Ouarnntco the denuineness of the above Proposition.
rettlon Consumption Is still lli;lilii thin
I1VNK ci. 1: viti.se. s.
HllKllie eif tin II iiiIch at tho rrintlpiil
Cities the I'nst Weill.
New York. Ma) 21. The followlni ta
ble compiled b) llradstrcet's. shows the
total clearances at the principal cities nnd
the percent, ig, of liu n ase or decrease, ns
complied with the corresponding week list
v cm r
CITIHS. ICIearlngsl Ine Pec.
New York ifi'.'I.J.i.'u't.") n , . .
Cbli.igo ii,ll,M is Ji . . .
Hoston 'il'-i.vr, ." 1,1 . .
lidl ulelphl 1 7." .','i,flsj .11 1 .. .
St l.eltll Jll,ii'llfc'l, :j s . . .
ri.ui I'l.ineisco 10 i-57,'i7J . ... is
Haltlmore U'iii.M! . ... .
littbuig ri.iiitss U 1
Cincinnati 1J .-.i. .in Us ..
Kansas Cltv ln.',7e.(Mi, P. 1. .
New Orleans S.'e,-,jr, 31 s
Hulfalo I. '.11, In HI u
Mllvviukie i,.'",'lli; IJ 1 . .
Peliolt .Vdisi? I 11
l.niilsvllle i.,lSl,i,M Pi ,
.Mlnni'iliolls 7.'.i7",li; II 11,
fllll lllll .liMIII 3J ,'1
Providence ri.evi noil J.,
(ievtliiid , I"i 111 Js 'lj
llousioii I IJJ.1..11 ul 0
St Haul I,"itiin"ii 71I
Pinvei ;.sti,(j ill ., .
IliillaiiiiiHillH ru7,7iS tj.1 71 .. .
coiiiiuiius ::.i'i',jii 1,
ll.utftiiel .M.i..lM, .'ill ... .
Klelimiind -:,(iV','.i7i.1 I ....
Washington 1,'i7s.ojj 31 I
P ill 1 J,ivi,7"ej .' J
St .lostph I.JJs.Tn, 17 0
I'eorla , l.'iH,.7Jili 21 SI
Memphis .',017,1.11., . . I 1.- S
Portland, Ore 1.11J J7s ill
Itiiilnster i,Ws,"mU I 11 .. .
New II. Hi 11 l.li.l.'lis 11 I . .
S tv "in ih 1,1s i.l Pi . I S li
rfprlnglli bl, .Mass.. . . l.slJ.lli I, ..
Won ester l.'iVfiGl 7 J .. ,
I'm Hand. Me I.J's.'JIm ."! II
Atlinln l,n'iIJll ;..' 01
101 1 Woith l,.7l,sx.i' 1."!.. . .
Waco 1,1,1s is, 1 1 11
Snatu-e , ,.'i.",,liii .'!. I
Pes Moines LJCImii t ... .
ilrund ltaplils S17 lsil
Seattle lifi."l7J Pi.ll....
I.eiwell fij.'.lll 1, .'
Wilmington, Pel SM,l n 11 ,i .. .
Noifolk so I.."e.J too.
hloux Cltv ISVKi.l f .-.'7
l.os Angeles J,.ti. 'i'mI 10 11
Tai 0111 1 fiTi.lx'i .!M .. .
Siglnaw, .Mich .Krt.xliV :,7i.
Spok me :J..1.'J US.. ..
I.icksonvllle 3"i. 'I.1,1 .. s -i
l.lueolll ""Vi 7.ei . Ill 3
ew Hedford :.'il,H7i 12 11 .. ..
Wichita I",l S7",l Ci 'J
.' limliighiun II7,'!.'7! 11 J
'iopka IC.7P.I.. 1
Lexington. Ixy SJiiii7l s II
Hlnglianipton .... S.-ij.eii 1 i,
Naslivllle si'iJ7ii . 171
liilveston 4,niei,s.i .'1 11
Silt Hike il'ill Oi.; I n1
The uiicnu.ildl stinigth of the Itoval. as
ci rlllb d b the highest Inking poweler au
tliuiilles, 111 ikes It tin- 1 he ape st to use,
cv.n nl a higlni pi ice Hi 111 otlieis.
illllllgbt till, .Vllllaxht'S Was PoUeilli il.
j .11.111 in niiiiin. 11 e-uiiiiiii 01. in uviiti' on
Hist Iiiilepenileni e avuiiie iiislu-il into
liiiMciitlng Altornev Jamison's oillcie )is
teidii) ufteinoou wftli 11 pan of molasses
whlih he said some one had pnlsoind with
str)ehnliie. thinking to latih him and his
lauiil). He statu! lhat ho left hemic din
ing tho dny after secuiily locking all the
doors and when lie ri turned he inuml
ill t 1 I ej IlinlllLLiXU tl rl linnii lllllllll t-j-i.t II I I1
. ' .. ...... .
nunc 11110 ine iiiuiiti nuiiiii ii.iiius 111 11
lie nut. I lll'lllies 111 ene c iiiiieit t nei iiiiimiiii
his liliiod, unil lie In constant!) to be ou
.1 1. ....... .!,.. ..in 1111 1.1..,
llltevi '- iliuiurn n tttiii i't t IKIIipi 111 ll'ltl
Mi Jamison told lilm to keep a sharp w ate li
mit ami If there weie nil) mure atlimpis
011 his llfei to lenoit to lilm nnd lie would
A Sign of Peace
is the downcome of war time prices.
The dunnB.thi-.war price of bakinij powder was 45 to jo cents
a pound. Cream of uttar was then ,j cents a pound, soda, 8
cent. Cream of tarter L now iS cents, loda, less tlnn lis cents.
Still the would-be monopolists want the same ''vvat"
prices (45 to 50c. a pound) for their products.
is sold at a "peace ptice" brings peace to homes where
the high priced baking powders have been breeding
dyspepsia and disagreement.
9,ooo to yoa Uyou find Calumet Isn't perfectly pare.
X pinch of It has power enoagU to do n pound ot leavening.
CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO,
Laundered White Shirts
At Itriniiml Viilf- I'rlee.
Shirt soil bv otlnr deiter for T.V,
here be low nmiiuf.i lurer'sJO f4 c
Boys' Negligee Shirts
At Itriiunnl sale l'rlre.
Shirts soil bv other leal, r f.,r 1;
heie below mniufiiilurotfOn -iq
At Itiiiiiunl Siie I'rln.
overall sold tiv othrr r tall dcilern nt
A , heie lielow manufact-QR r4c
urtrs 1 ot C J 119
At Itriniilill nli- I'rlii".
Suioniler sold b) other dc.eltr for WJ
hen- below in iiiufae Hirer's C -.4.0
coil .... sJ 119
At Itiniiniil ! I'rln.
Neckwenr sold bv utlii r elealors for BO'S
hete below manufacturer's rt tr a
Neckwiar sold h other de ilers for I" j
h re In low mauufiic Hirer's lyt y-,A
mil Ir 1lS
In Kansas City.
JI.I., 1S.1 l'enrl Mrerl, .(.v York.
c.vsi: in' ni.si 1 1 11 tn.N.
einiiiii unil Iwn little (hllilrni I', ind
ies and Hi nil nl- HikIhiiiiI mid I'm In r.
Mis Willlim Cross wife of Willlim
Closs who 1II1 el last i uesda) In 11 mover's
tent at the comer of I'went) -ninth slicct
ami Southwest boillevanl Is now epilte 111
ami In a verv pitiable lonilltlon She Ins
two little children to cute foi, nnd she hns
no fill nd 111 nlitivis to give her uslt-uiice-
She nnd In 1 huhmid had lust come
fiom the lndlin iViiltni), white tliev had
made an attempt to bold a claim Hut the
le-ccnt drouth and hard times soon Usui
up tbeh Utile stock 01 inline) ami now nil
she- has Is a team of poor ponlis mid 11
Utile old wagon containing all bet po-e s.
slons. nil told, being woith piobabl) about
" During the spring months mid cold,
damp vvtuth.-r the) trnviled f 1 mil Okla
hom 1 to tills elt) and from the e xposure
tlius iiiilmed. tin- luislnnd tontraiied pneii.
mniilii and died sboitl) nfiei 11 iihlng this
1 ltv I'ioiii the same exposiin the wife
nnd chlldre 11 me In vi 1 v peicu b.ullh They
have nothing 10 eat unit almost nothing to
weir The ponbs nn too pool to pull
the Hf-ht wagon .111) faiihn
i lie hush mil w.is biiili'l )iteida) The
grief of Hie biokiu hiartiel widow was In
deed tone hlng 11s she npiatedl) cued of
hei lonelv enndltlon "M) huslniil and
mv mil) filiinl.' was nil she could
!IV .sue IS .1 veiiniK viiiii.iii ...i...,. ..
venrs old. nteidnv 11 fimllvb) the name
of lle-ililx, living at J70J Soutliwi t bnub
vunl. but 111 little better 1 In 11111st u 1 s
tluili the uiifoilun.it.- wiimuii mil link
ihlldii 11. look tin m Into tin I r Ileum ind
are now earing foi thnn us bei-t th, v e.n
Midlclni and wholesome food me vvnnt is
The lime el Males Kovtrnmiiit eh nn
aflei nn e xanilii ulon foi tin Indian !
pirtinent. mini' the iinphitie -t it-111 n'
that 'The Itoval Hiking I'ow b 1 I tin
purist In nil ilit) ind lilhlnM In sir. 1n.U1
of an) baking povvdei of win h 1 have
I.M.OMi: "1 A fill. 1.1 tllll.
It Aliliiiiuls llnlj In lJ.i7 noil Will He Hi-,
turned nl Hie I'mpt r 'llin. .
Webster Withers, collie ten of mt rn .1
revinui for Ibis llstri-' has all. 1 Iv t ik 11
the ni'ieir) step- low. lids tin Iifli 1
Ing of what liieinne tax,- li 1 1 be 11
lute e plior to till del Islelll of tin sii,.ni
tout t diiluing the liw Inv illd nun J
h.ul bun colli ttd ind this has b, . 11 t r
win did In Washington in aciorlui . w 111
the liiktrui tlnus nf tin ileparim.ni fi in
while it will lie 11 tunnel 10 tli"- 11 11
whom It was eolliettd Peputv C P. 1 1
Hawkins said ).(idiv Hint the ! in u
the inllei Huns lu this distrb t wire ,
sm ill w.is that i soon us Hi, mm i 11
court 111 1'le the llrst decision 1 Iv rs- i
the liw i ollei tions were stopp. 1 pi 1, ling
the tin.lt eleelslon
Itemovn the causes that makB )our Imtr life,
less .mil era) with Pviiktli s II vm llvi.sv
lIlMillieiuiss, tlm tet cure forcnnis, lOei.
He itlis unil I nut nil-
The funeiiil of Hubert W. Hiandl who
dieil i'hurnl 1) ut the home of his ilaiikh
til. Mis (itoige W ICobllisou, will lake
place nt H .H o'clock this moiulng at the
Chinch of the Holv Niime
Th, linn ml or William linss. who died
ut Twi ntj-iiintli strut und Southwist
bnub viud, list Tucsd i) night omitted
vtsteidav mniiilug ut tin- undeituklng pi
lors of stewurt Cnnoll, The bod) wus
bin li el In liilon cemt let).
A se 1 ibii; Driver Injure il.
James Wade, living at lifteenth and
x.t. ueitl t r hi. nn let It .. . , ..,
)esi. tela) alt, inoun while In was driv ng
on Twelfth strut As tin horses renchi 1
Libert street ilie) be 1. tine frightened in
a ple.e of paper In the Mreet and Juiupe
In 011, ll'lc The Snellen shock 1I111W
le .,1, f...... l.iu L. .1 ., .1.. ..1 ....... 1. .
ing him uncor.fe toils Th. ambulimi ear
nei W.uh to the ollin of Polieu Surseon
IJ tie where he was revived.