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tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Iho many, who llvo bet
ter than others nnd enjoy llfemore, with
less expenditure, by moro promptly
ndaptinc tho world's best products lo
the needs of physical being, will attest
tho valuo to health of the pure liquid
laxative principle cmbiaccd In tho
remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence ia duo to its presenting
In the form most acceptable nnd pleas
ant to tho taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect ia:
atlvo; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and levcra
and permanently curing conitlp.ition.
It tins given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of tho medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Hon els without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
cory objectionable substance.
S) rup of Figs h for sale by nil drug
gists in COc and $1 bottles, but it Is man
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package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, ou will not
accept any substitute if oflercd.
"What is August Flower for?"
As easily answered as asked. It is
for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem
edy for the Stomach and Liver.
Nothing more than this. We believe
August Flower cures Djspcpsia.
Wc know it will. We have reasons
for knowing it. To-day it has an
honored place in every town and
country store, possesses one of the
largest manufacturing plants in the
country, and sells everywhere. The
reason is simple. It does one thing,
and does it right. It cures dyspopstaU
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CHICAGO. 1 1,1,,
MUt IC THAT SPBAK8 TRUTH.
totk Hone Miot tint M blln, Uellfi
aitil fcellntr of r, .
In tho folic sotrgs ot thodiffeient
nations of tho world men of ecieneo
will ono day iccojntzo u btxW of
mldonto of pi-uat valuo in the Htudy
of popular oiijrins, tutUl lo'nttons
)i'linltlo modod of thought, ancient
customs, antique religions and many
other things which make up tho
study of ethnology, says a writer in
tho Musical Herald. Thoso folk
songs aio tho echoes of tho beaut of
tho Mist, uguo, itresistiblo peop'o,
In them ato crystnllkod habits,
boliofs and feollngs of unipoukablo
antiquity; yet not In the words of
tho song alone. Study of folk song
text Is only half study; Indeed, it Is
study of tho lesser hntf of the subject
In request of truthfulness. Tho
words of tho pcoplo'e songs aro a
recotd of externals chioily, and ery
often thoj wore only half truths If
wo would know tho whole story
which their rrcatord put Into them,
consciously or unconsciously, wo must
hear ulso tho music.
As tho teira Implies, tho folk song
is tho product of a peopln; and a
people do not lie. Muslo Is an os
sentiul element of it. and music not
only does not it cannot Ho. Tho
things which aio at tho bottom of
music, without which Itcould not bo,
aro unconscious human products.
Wo all act on a tccognitlon of this
fact when wo judgoof tho sentiments
of another, not so much by what ho
says to us as by his manner of sav
ing It. Tho feelings which sway ub
publish thomscHos in tho pitch, dy
namic intensity and tlmbro of our
voices. Try as wo may. If wo aro
powerfully moved vo cannot conceal
tho fact If wo open our mouths for
uttotance. Inoluntatlly tho muscles
of tho ocal organs becomo tenro or
relax in obedience to tho emotional
stimulus, and tho drama which is
playing on tho hidden stugo of our
hearts Is disclosed by tho tones
which wo utter. I do not say in tho
words, mind, but in tho tones Tho
former may bo false, but tho tones
aro endowed with tho elements
already enumerated, of pitch, intens
ity and tlmbro, and tho modulation
of thoso elements makes oxprosslvo
molodj. Science has locognlcd this
law and Herbert Spencer has, fot init
iated it: "Vailatlons of tho voices
aro tho physiological icsults of vac
ations of foellngs," nnd "feelings aro
muscular stimuli " Thus simple is
tho explanation of the Inherent
tiuthf illness and oxprosslvonoss of
tho people's music.
How Ono Man Mkl Spider.
Bushmen and Now Caledonians aro
said to enjoy spiders, anil we hao
heard of a (Jcrinan a scientific Ger
man, of course who spread thorn on
his bread like butter, but tho ttitto is
not a llniopeun dno any moro than a
tifcto for catorpillari, tockchalers,
ants and wlroworms, all of which uro
eaten in dUTetcnt i arts of tho globe.
llio Ktroii(Oflt Deft'iico
.Against HI health, debility nnd nn or !.
lito promate dlfotlon ucth.ly or the liver
nnd rcKiilarlty or the I'uwclrtWith tho incom
pirable nlltrnnlUe nnd tonic Hostetter's
btomacb Hittf r-t, n medicine without a draw
back, iflfe nnd thorough, and htnlnff the h'gta
ett professional function. It pre motes an
adequate secretion of the gastric Juices that
act as solvents of the food, and InButci 1U con
nrslon Into rich, nourishing blood, which
lienor fall to honor tho dinfta for Btrenpth
mado hi on It by tho rest of the stem As a
laxalhoof the bowels it U natural and gentle
Inoppratlon but at the tame time cfetthe
iiy directing the bile Into its proper chaunel It
remo ci the many and harusslng pj mptoms of
liver complaint lleattburn nautea slcL.
headnclies nervousness, rheumatism malaria
and kldroy trouble are remedied by It
Wealth Is latior piled up In bdndod ware
J H I'AHKIUt, Frodonln, N. Y , fnys
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for I belleto Hall h Catarrh Cuio will euro
nny inio ot caturrh Was very bad n
i Ito him for r, nrtlcu'nrs Sold by Drup
A mnn's tenom lotsons himself moro
than bit ktim
Flta.-Alinti vttpiPd fifB iy Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. N iinntfi n rue day ue Mar
vclii cmr Tieat)-rn1 13 DOtrl&J lioitln frre to HI
cam Hind to Ur Kllno.SJl JtrcbSt ,1 tallsJoiphlA.l-
There nro bat few people whom you enn
rnho without flattering
Foa Dyspepsia, Indigestion nnd Stomach
disorders use Ilrown's Iron JJItters ine
Uost'i'onlc. It rebuilds tho sjbtem, cleani
the Blood nnd strengthens the muitles A
splendid medicine for weak and debilitated
Tho "mud (dinger'' is alwnjs found with
Ilaman'i Mapla Corn Salv,"
WurrnntM to 111101 ntutirj KtundoJ. Atk jour
tliufv'tnt (orlt. l'ilLt)13ceut,
When we aro on tho losing side wo nro
apt to wrongfully suspicion all others of
Dr. J. A. Hunter, pecinlltt
In diseases of tho Throat, Lun?9 nnd
Heart, Catarrh nnd DeafneBa 1115 Main
fcticeet, Uulh'S, Tex, bend for pamphlets
borne men aio good only by "fits nnd
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York, aio 1.0I0 ngouts in the United Btatos
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There fan bo no renl liberty w hero mo
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1 Care l)jieiiniit ttnd Cunatlutaion
Dr Shoop'Bltei't'iratlVM Nerve Pill, tent free
with MedU nl llook to prire merit, tm-'Jc rtatnp
uruggisiB.inc. un a hoop, uor vitaane nib.
Tho b'atnut flatterer always ottneks a
man on hi- weakest hide
When oil experiment 1 sure you do it
nt your own expense.
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itun. U in tlio bent ixiuftb Curu. attA,acu, t jj ui,
It h rritninal to uld rumor In on abuse of
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slon of w indy oclf ernttou
irik Jlnby U tutllriff Tflk,
nttir nnd lite tint oil enl mil ttictl rrmt&j, Mrs,
Wikslow ifooiui'ia PTntr for ChllJfrnTeclh.Bff. 1
It Is not dithonoraMe to confess when
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Dr. It. V. riciiCE! Dear Mr I could ull
of a number of cases where Dr. I'iercn'a Family
Medicines hato cured A friend of mine, Mr,
WllllamB, w as ubout usM up w'th liver troub
les; nowhosurs that " I'leusant Pellet" hoio
holiied him moro tlinn any or all the medicines
that ho has o cr taken.
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BOLD DV ALL PRUQQISTX
A Wonderful Indinu I'lant.
In India I onco witnessed a most
romnrkublo phosphoric light Ibsuo
from A elunt flower called by native?
"Lcd-svnr." Tho flower wns nearly
six Inches In diameter and of a deep
led color, but with yollowish petals.
My attention was called to tho lum
inous rudlattons of this beautiful
plant by a guldo.and wo usod to visit
the gaidcn every morning two houia
boforo sunrise to obscrvo this fascin
ating Bpectncle. This was duilng
the months of July and August. Tho
light, although most brilliant In tho
oailv morning hours, could also bo
discerned during twilight, but not
after total darkness camo on. 'IMs
led me to bolioo that tho light wiw
not admitted fiom tho 'flower ItBolf,
but that it was reilectod. To do
tormlno this I placed ono of tho
flowers in n perfectly dark, that is,
light-tight 100m, whero 1 know tho
air to bo perfectly dark, and not tho
faintost spatk could bo seen. This
might hao Icon caused by tho
btoken stem, but lam of the opinion
that tho light sas tollected, as it
wus quite intenso and could lo
seen at a dlstanco of tovcral feet.
When lowed closoly tho petal 10
serabled a miniature incandescent
olectric lamp. Chicago Intoi-Ocean.
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Tlio FISH BRAND SLICKER la warranted wtr-
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i Cliai lotto CoDiity'K Luit I'ortralt.
A most Interesting anecdote of
Charlotte Corday has scon tho light,
I apropos of tho centenary of Maiat's
execution While Charlotte was on
hor tiiul she saw an artist sketching
I hor portrait and sho turned her faro
around so as to give him a hotter
view. After her condemnation sho
gave him a sitting in tho prison that
ho might finish his work, and when
ho had beon thus engaged about two
hours a tap was heard on tho door
and tho executloneis entered. Tho
Uctlm turned pale, but was sclf-pos-tohscd,
and sho cut off a long lock of
hair with scissors and gave It to tho
aitist, asking him at tho samo timo
to sond a replica of hor portrait to
her family. ThU was dona Tho
artist was a Gorman named Hauer,
and tho story comes from his datigh-tor-lnlaw,
who Is still living. Tho
lock was ufterward lost. Tho por
trait huugs at Vcrsaillos.
an Cantum pi! v nnd pooflo n
in trbo hATS weak lungi or Aitti Hj
B tna.ahoulduso 1'lso aCurofur HI
ffl CumuropttOD, It but tnittl B
m thoiitMutl. It boa not Injur-IB
M eilwna Ilia not bml intake. Ml
5 Htitho beateoniliayrup. ffK
in Sold eTerTwbrro 3.1c. rffl
1 uropeun llnnka.
Tho bank of Venice was oponod In
1157; of Genet a 'in 184fii of (Jenoa,
1407; of Amsterdam. 1607; of Ham
burg, 1619; of Rotterdam, 1633; of
btockholra, 1683; of Scotland. IGOfij
of Copenhagen. 17il6; of llcrlln.
1795; Culsso d'Kscompt of Trance,
177C, of Ireland, 1783, of ht. Peters
burg, 1780; flf Tranop, lS03t tho Im
perial bank of Uormany, 1U70
".Vb other WteUy Paper fftret tuck a Jancty of l,ntcrtalntng and Instruct a e Ileuiiuf u.
An unsurpassed vnrlety of Articles will bo published in the C8Ui tolumo of Ihf Comi-vsios Sometliin,'
of special iotcicst and talua for ctcry member of tho timij icrjr week, l'ull Illustrated Amioiuiccniouti I roj.
The Work that pays the best. Uy the Supt, ot the Cenbus, Robert P. Porter.
The Girlhood of Queen Victoria. By one wh$ Lnew her well, Lady Jeune.
Boys who ought not to go to College. An important subject. By Prof. Stanley Hall,
Some Remarkable Boys of the Boys Brigade. By Prof, Henry DruminonJ,
The Boyhood of the Russian Emperor, How the Ccar was Trained. Isabel P. Hapgood.
Nine cerial Storied will be given during 1894.
The Deserter. By Harold Frederic.
The Sonny Sahib. Sara Jeannette Duncan.,
The Wood Sprites. By C. A. Stephens.
Ilerm and I. By JHyron B. Gibson.
Down the Grand Canon.' By A. Cllbrnce.
Double Holiday numbers at TiiankftgtMng, Christmas,
in great arlety and over 100 Short Stones,
Gut of the Jaws of Death. Henry M. Stanley.
My Closest Call. By Archibald Torbcs.
Three Romances of the Sea. Clark Russell.
Sail in; the Nameless. By Stinson JarWs.
My Narrowest Escape, Edward Why m per.
, New Yeais and Caster, Tree to cacli subscriber.
$1.75 to Jan. 1, 1895.
Tlili brautlfnl Colored J'Icturr "Swt Charltj," must
be eeu to b nptirct Intnl. Iti rlrhuvm of color) nc coin
innnda Itiflnnt uttintloii. lt il)i. n a rounc lady of
cohmliil times, Tlicru In not u. Iioine tJit Uitt picture will
not (Miuuncnt. Sle 11x31 1 ml hoi. Itwlll bttKcnt auftlj
to nil pnv aul)H(itieii to The loutV L'nupaitloii who will
cut out thlft lli iintlmnd It Mlth l,M for year nub
Brrlptloti. nnd lu hiMHIoii the pii"r wlU b wnt l'n o to
Jun.lilTOl. ami foi u full fcurfioiu tlmtdatuto Jan, 1803.
37 the: Youth's companion ooeton, Mass.
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