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B. L. DLUO, ndltor anJ Publlihef.
PEItRYSuUlUJ, J , OHIO.
SruAKnn Rkvii's income from liter
ary work Inst yenr was nearly four
times ns much nshis salary from the Na
tionnl government. Hu hns lately de
clined nil oflVrh fiom publications, ex
plaining Hint the excitement of the
present condition at Washington pre
cluded any eft rts nt essays or remin
iscence. Ei'KJiNAY, in France, is n. vast Bttli
tcrrnnenn city, the streets for miles
wcing hewn out of solid chalk, flanked
with piles of champagne of all blends
nnd qualities. The largest champagne
manufacturers in Epernny possess un
derground cellars which cover no
fewer than 45 acres nnd contain 5,000,
000 bottles of wine.
A Roumanian manufacturer has an
nounced bis intention of bending to
the Paris exposition in 1U00 n piano
forte of such exceptional sonority thnt
its tones will bo heard nt n distance of
six miles. One enn not help pitying
in prospect the neighbors of a young
lady who would practice several hours
per day upon such an instrument.
Tnr, sultan of Turkey has just built
t Mecca the biggest house in tho
world. It is intended for the accom
modation of pilgrims, and is capablo
Df sheltering 0,000 persons. The next
biggest house iu the world is in a su
burb of Viennn. It accommodates
B.113 tenants. 2Jc.t come the three
Itowton houses in London, with S00,
677 and 500 tenants respectively.
Tuiif.IICUI.osis has been communi
cated to fishes by French bacteriolo
gists, and proves fatal very quickly to
thera, whether the baccilliare derived
from human beings, rabbits, or hens,
or from peviously infected fish. Tu
berculosis bacilli from fish, however,
liavo very little effect when injected
into rabbits and fowls, the inference
Vicing that their power is attenuated
in the colder blood of the fish.
Tun diamond is full of phosphorus.
This quality has been known for een
turios and still there arc many who do
not know it. That is the reason often
that gleams of light are seen issuing
from the stone in the dark. To this
quality alone attaches a great deal of
value. Tho mostphosphorescentstono
Is the one that is the best cut. If there
is phosphorub in the stone it is greatly
enhanced by proper cutting, so that
Its scintillating faculties are increased.
In the recognized impossibility of
completing the battle ships Kearsargc,
Kentucky, Alabama, Illinois and Wis
consin within the next six months,
some of their six-inch guns, of which
each vessel was provided with 14, have
been utilized in arming the auxiliary
cruisers. Each of these vessels nlso
had 10 six-pounders, which have been
put into t-ervice, and forgings have
now been ordered to make good thoso
borrowed before the vessels are com
pleted ai.d ready for their nrmamcut.
A German engineer lias recently suc
ceeded in plating aluminum with cop
per by a welding process, and makes
the combined materials in such forms
that they may be soldered, rolled
drawn and plated. If this process is
successful on a commercial scale it
would seem as if the increased useful
ness of aluminum is to become prac
tically unlimited, as the copper coat
ng would remove all obstacles to its
use where it must be in contact with
fluids, soldered and painted or plated.
A bucket 743 miles deep and 743
miles from side to side would hold
every drop of the ocean. This buckc
could rest quite firmly on the Uritish
Isles. To till the bucket one would
need to work 10,000 steam pumps, cacli
sucking up 1,000 tons of sea, ltut to
get rid of the earth would be 4.55;.
times more diflieult, requiring 2.00b
great guns, each firing 1,000 projectiles
a second, each projectile consisting of
100,000 tons of earth. At the end of
1,000 years this mundane sphere would
be all shot away.
Col. William Avuks, who died re
cently at his home in Philadelphia,
enje'yed the distinction of having been
the first union prisoner who wis ex
changed during the rebellion, Early
in that conflict, he and several soldiers,
while on a reconnoitring expedition,
were cantured by Mosby's guerrillas
and sent to Libby. Through the ef
forts of Simon Camaron ho was ex
changed for a son of Alexander II.
Stephens, vice president of the south
ern confederacy. Young Stephens re
joined his regiment and was afterward
iillcd in buttle.
Tiib Woman's Auxiliary corps, in
New York, worked all day and far into
the night to complete the 1,000 com
fort bags for the members of tho Forty-seventh
regiment. Each bag con
tains a paper of smoking tobacco a
jjpe, two spools of cotton, needles,
hoo lnces and court plaster. Tho
name of each man was embroidered
upon the cover, so that in cu.e of any
accident or death in battle the identi
fication will be easily established. The
work was under the direction of Mrs.
II. II. Quick, president of the Womun's
"The word ship is masculine in
French, Italian, Spanish and Portu
guese, and possesses no sex in Teutonic
and Scandinavian," bays a writer iu
tho New York Tribuuo. Ho contin
ues: ''Even a man-of-war is she to our
sailors. Perhaps it would not bo an
error to trace the custom back to tho
Greeks, who called all ships by femi
nine naineg, probably out of deference
to Athene, goddess of tho ecu. Hut
the fcuilor assigns no such reasous.
The ship is to him a veritable sweet
heart, nnd it is a common tiling to
lieur htm nscribing to it vitality and
I MAY 1898. :
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A WEEK'S RECORD
All tho News of tho Past Seven
HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS
Kowa of tho Industrial Field, Personal
and Political Items, Happenings
at Homo and Abroad.
THE NEWS FROM ALL THE "WORLD
I'rnpecillnc of I'lrxt Itcctilnr Sennlon.
Tho nomination of Commodoro George
Dewey to be rear admiral was confirmed by
the senate on the 11th and the railway ar
bitration bill was discussed In tho house
a resolution to submit to the states a prop
osition to amend the constitution so as to
provide for tho election of senators by a di
rect voto was adopted. Consideration of
the senate bill restricting Immigration was
Bills wcro passed In tho senate on tho
11th to remove all disabilities Imposed on
persons on account of the rebellion, the rail
way arbitration bill and 53 pension bills.
Senator Allison reported the war rovenue
bill. ...In tho houso a favornblo report on
the Nowland resolutions Cor the annexa
tion of Hawaii was mado and tho senate
bill provldinK for a volunteer signal corps,
consisting of a separate command under
a colonov and. a full complement of ofllcers,
No business was transacted In the senate
on tho 13th In. the house 4C pension bills
and six bills removing charges of desertion
unjustly charged against old soldiers were
passed. Adjourned to the ICth.
Carl Schuns has retired from the ed
itorial page of Harper's Weekly in New
York. Spanish spies attempted to poison the
drinking water in the military camp a
The cruiser Charleston has been or
dered to sail immediately with ammuni
tion and relief supplies for Admiral
William Ferrine, living near Plain
view, 111., fatally shot his 17-year-old
daughter and then fatally shot himself
while temporarily insane.
Three persons were uurned to death
and property amounting to $255,000 de
stroyed b3- fire in the buildingoccupied
by McCadden Bros., wholesale dealers
in toys nnd fireworks in Philadelphia.
The -woolhouse of Jamison Lovejoy
was burned at Ballardville, Mass., the
loss being $400,000.
Rube Phillips and Jerry West killed
each other in a pistol duel over n girl
at A I my, Tenn., and the girl was fa
Gen. Woodford 'will retain his dip
lomatic capacity and return to Madrid
at the close of the war.
The government is making huste to
carry out its plan for sending troops to
Cuba and plans have been prepared for
the bombardment of Havana in connec
llon with the land invasion.
Nine men were injured, two fatally,
by an explosion of gas in the new water
works tunnel under the lake at Cleve
A heavy snowstorm prevailed on Iron
mountains', near Knoxville, Tenn.
George Downing, alias Henry Paw
lings, who -was imprisoned in the ma
rine barracks in Washington as a Span
ish spy, hanged himself in his cell.
Fire swept oer six acres in. the ele
vator and lumber district in Chicago,
causing n loss of $1,200,000.
The big livery stables of Frank G.
Dahlgren were burned in Chicago and
75 horses were cremated.
In an incendiary fire near Mincrsvllle,
Pa., Michael Tott and his wife and n six-year-old
daughter of John Pollish were
burned to death.
The Louisiana constitutional conven
tion closed its session in New Orleans
after changing the constitution so ns to
shut out the negro vote.
Fire destroyed 1 1 houses in the vil
lage of Grayling, Mich.
There were 250 business failures in
the United States' in the seven days
ended on the 13th, ngainst 210 the week
previous and 205 in the corresponding
period of 1607.
The exchanges at the lending clear
ing houses in the United States during
the week ended on the 13th aggregated
$1,378,010,74S, against $1,170,728,109 the
prewoiis week. The increase compared
with (he corresponding week in 1807
Philip Hill (colored) was hanged at
Pittsburgh, Pa., for the murder of
George Lawrence, u labor boss, on
April 10, 1807.
The invasion of Cuba by the United
States army has been postponed pend
ing the expected battle between the
American und Spanish fleets in the Writ
Frank Uarly (colored), the Cincinnati
wife inuiderer, was electrocuted in the
Five lives were crushed out nnd sev
eral men were terribly injured by the
collapse of two flat buildings in course
cf erection In New York.
Admiral Sampson reported to the
navy department thnt he had bombard
ed the forts ut San Juan without Injury
to his ships, lie last one man killed and
seen wounded. Having reduced the
fnrtlficutirns he was ordered to capture
or destroy the Spanish armada now off
Martinique, West Indies.
John F. Hnrthchnan was hnnged at
Folsom, Cnl., for murder.
Commodore Schley's flying squadron
has put to sen from Hampton Konds un
der scaled orders. The fleet is supposed
to be on the way to help Sampson arusli
J. S. Collins, one of the most prom
inent citizens of Topeka, Kan., a real
estate man, wns killed in bed by an un
The war department issued orders
for the assembling of 20.0S7 volunteers
Walker nnd Cassady, lenders of the
"Robbers' Roost" gang of outlaws, wrre
killed by ofllcers near Thompson, Utah.
Secretary of Wnr Alger issued nn
order calling to new camps 05,000 vol
unteers from the states.
The percentages of the baseball clubs
in the National league for the week
ended on the 14th were: Cincinnati,
.810; Clcvelnnd, .727; Hoston, .000; New
York, .570; Hnltlmore, .503; Philadel
phia, .520; Brooklyn, .500; Pittsburgh,
.500; Chicago, .474; St. Louis, .2G3;
Louisville, .240; Washington, .211.
The first expedition for the relief of
Admiral Dewey started from San Fran
cisco under Mnj. Gen Otis.
Nearly the entire village of Chipley,
Fin., was destroyed by fire.
Gov. Holcomb has proclaimed June 1
a public holiday in Nebraska in honor of
the opening of the Trans-Mississippi
and International exposition at Omaha.
Kdouard llcmenyi, the famous Hun
garian violinist, fell dead nt the Or
pheum theater in San Francisco.
Edward Wentz, 30 years old, his
daughter Lulu, four years old, and Miss
Lucy Plugrath were drowned near
Annapolis, Md., by the upsetting of a
The exports vf gold during April last
amounted to $1,310,3S4 and the imports
to $32,7SS,G74. The exports of silver
aggregated $4,040,031 and the imports
Bandits held up a train on the Ala
bama Great Southern road at Cuba,
Miss., and secured $5,000 from the ex
For the ten months ended with April
there was an increase of $121,920,202 in
the exports of domestic merchandise
as compared with April, 1S97, and a
loss of $89,00S,O58 in the imports, free
The warehouse of Ball Bros.' big fruit
jar glass works wos destroyed by fire in
Muncie, Ind., the loss being $2S5,000.
The steam transport Gussie returned
to Key West, having failed in her ef
fort to land arms for the insurgents.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
The republicans have renominated
L D. Crumpacker for congress in the
Tenth Indiana district and the demo
crats hae nominated W. E. Williams in
thcSixtcenth Illinois district and James
Cooney in the Seventh district of Mis
souri. Thomas Duncan has been nominated
for congress by the democrats of the
First Indiana district.
T. P.. Young died in Casey, 111., aged
95 years. He served sevcml terms in
congress in the early days of Illinois
William Stevens Perry, bishop of the
Protestant Episcopal church, Iowa dio
cese, died in Dubuque from a stroke of
paralysis, aged' GO years. He was one of
the most prominent ecclesiastics' of his
church in this country.
Mrs. Suen Hose, widow of Timothy
Hose, died in Granville, O., aged 100
Mrs. Ruth Swan Morrill, wife of the
venerable senator from Vermont, died
at the family residence in Washinton.
Admiral Sampson's fleet bombarded
the capital of Puerto Rico, reducing the
fortifications to ruins. Not one Ameri
can ship was harmed and not a single
American seaman was killed or injured.
With the last accounts the city of San
Juan had not surrendered, although it
was completely nt Admiral Sampson's
A revolution in Italy is imminent, and
the popular rising throughout the coun
try In favor of a republic will not long
Admiral Dewey sent n message to
Washington telling of the rescue of
sunken Spanish guns nnd war muni
tions nt Manila and of the sinking of
another Spanish warship in a battle.
At the session in London of the Brit
ish council of the W. C. T. U. Lady
Henry Somerset was elected president,
The Spanish squadron recently at the
Cape Verde islands is now nt Fort de
France, Martinique islnnds, in the
French West Indies, about 500 miles
from Admiral Sampson's fleet at San
Juan dc Puerto Rico.
The queen 1ms accepted the resigna
tion of the earl of Aberdeen as governor-general
A report from Havana is to the effect
that 900 Spaniards were killed inn fierce
engagement with the Insurgents in that
Two hundred fishing bonts have been
swept away by a gnle and a tidal wave
at Swi'", Japnn, and 1,500 men were
Joseph Chuniberkitn, British colonial
secretary, made a significant speech in
Birmingham in favor of an Anglo-American
The first United States soldiers to
land in Cuba put ashore from the steam
er Gussle near Cabanas. A spirited
skirmish ensued, in which only one
American was slightly wounded, A
score of Spaniards were killed.
The Spanlbh fleet received sea'ed or
ders at Fort de France, Martinique, and
its next move is expected to be In the
direction of Cuba.
The blockade of the capital of the
Philippine Islunda lb strictly main
tained by Admiral Dewey and the cable
is aboard nu American vessel.
A dispatch from Iluvuna says the
Americans have bombarded Ilahlu
Honda, province of Pinur del ltlo, west
Reports from Cuba indicate that
there tiro few reconcentrades left, the
most of them having starved to death.
Spain's armada has amlcd from
Curacoa Island for nn'unknown destina
tion. The ships nra believed to be sail
ing northward. Admiral Sampson's
fleet is watching for the armada in the
In a dispatch tc the navy department
Admiral Dewey snys he hns reason to
believe that the rebels are hemming In
Manila and it is probable that the Span
ish government will be obliged to sur
render soon. Sn.is he can take Manila
at any moment nnd thnt he enptured
the Spanish gunbont Cnllao attempting
to run the blocknde.
The Spanish cabinet hns resigned,
and Premier Sogusta will attempt to
form n new ministry.
Mr. Chamberlain's Birmingham
speech in favor of in Anglo-American
alliance causes much bitterness at Mud
rid. American marines cut the cables in
Gienfuegos harbor nnder n rain of bul
lets, nnd one American was killed and
seven wounded. It is believed the Span
ish loss was heavy.
A conflict between France and Eng
land is ronsldercd imminent.
SAYINGS OF THE SAGES.
Wo hnnd folks over to God's mercy
and show none ourselves. George
Every hour comes with some little
fagot of God's will fastened upon its
back. F. W. Fabcr.
Our word "resurrection" seems to
concentrate the history of the universe
to whisper the secret of the life of God.
W. C. Gannett.
Opinion is a light, vain, crude and im
perfect thing, settled in the imagina
tion, but ncer arriving nt the under
standing, there to obtain the tincture
of reason. Ben Jouson.
The fortitude of n Christian consists
in patience; not in enterprise which the
poets call heroic, nnd which are com
monly the effects of interest, pride and
worldly honor. Dryden.
He thnt is envious or angry at a vir
tue that is not his own; at the perfection
or excellency of his neighbor, is covet
ous, not of the virtue, but of the reward
and reputation; nnd then his intentions
are polluted. Jeremy Taylor.
Be resolutely nnd faithfully what you
are; be humbly whnt you aspire to be.
Be sure you give men the best of your
wares, though they be poor enough,
and the gods will help you to lay up a
better store for the future. Man's
noblest gift to man is his sincerity, for
it embraces his integrity also.
THE INVENTOR AT WORK.
Incandescent electric lights can be
held at any height by a new support, in
which the wire is wound on a spring
drum which winds up the slack as scon
as the light is lifted.
To present the slipping of the wheels
of electric cars on grades a pair of sup
plemental rails is placed inside the
main rails, with grooves cut crosswise
in their surface, to engage toothed
wheels mounted on the shaft.
Dustless roads are made possible by a
npw material, composed of fine earthly
or mineral matter charged with heavy
oil, placed on the leveled bed of ordi
In a new Paris bicycle the front forks,
Instead of being connected to a single
tube iu the head, have three 01 more
tubes fitted together, each one con
nected to a fiat steel czown.
TnE American cable companies in
London have issued instructions to
their agents to refuse to transmit any
Spanish government messages-
A lot of cotton, turpentine and other
highly inflammable material stored for
shipment on the pier of the Old Bay
Line Steamship Co. in Baltimore
burned on the 17th, together with the
freight sheds and their contents. Loss
Tin: captain general of Porto Rico
has cabled Gen. Blanco, saying that
although the bombardment of San
Juan took place at rifle shot distance,
not a gun of the forts was silenced and
the Spanish losses were only 18 men
wounded among the troops and a few
in the town.
Gkx. Gkkki.y Is nrrauging to send
six ofiiccrs and 55 men, made up large
ly of telegraph operators and electri
cians, to accompany tho Philippine ex
pedition. Tub cots, baggage, officers' commis
sions, a considerable amount of money
and all the personal effects of the 30
officers of the Ninth regiment, Penn
sylvania volunteers, were destroyed by
the burning of n car at Conewaga, Pa.,
on the 17th.
At Emporia, Kan, the populibt con
gressional convention for the Fourth
Kansas district has Indorsed the nomi
nation of II, S. Martin, recently nom
inated for congress by tliu democrats.
This action practically insures a fusion
of the democrats and populists in the
state election next fall.
Famish is spreading throughout
southern China, Tonkin nnd Annnm.
Canton families nre belling their daugh
ters for bread. Hundreds have starved
to death, nnd many more are expected
Cai'T. Duval, of the United States
commissary department, has made a
contract with St. Louis bakeries for
(110,000 pounds of army crackers. Tills
Is equivalent to 3,000 barrels of flour.
On each will bo printed the words "Re
member the Maine."
OmiKitH for 2,000,000 pounds' of bait
meat, half of which is to bo bent to
Tampa, havu been placed ut St. Louis
by tho government.
CoNHim:iMm.B progress wns mndo by tho
senuto on tliu nth In considering iiio war riv
eiuiB lnuubtue. Mr. Junos (Ark.) presented In
a g.'nerul stiitcmout tho views of tho demo
cratic members of tho Ilnunco coininlttco.,,,In
tho houso two Important bills nffoctliii labor
wcro pushed, one limiting the laoor of persons
employed 011 covormnont works nnd In govern
ment service to cluht hours dully, uuu tho other
providing for tliu equipment era non-parilrau
lubor commission to consider lee's atlvo prob
lems uacctiui: lubor.
AN ANCIENT CUSTOM.
From nopubllcarj Traveler, Arkansas City
Pilgrimngcs to some shrino of St. Vitus
to cure tho discnto known ns St. Vitus
dnnca nra no longer made. The moilerr
way of treating this nllliction is withir
reach of every household, ns is shown by tin
experience of Karl A Wneiicr. the eleven
year-old son of George Wagner, of 515 0U
St., Arkansas City, Kan. The father tclli
the story ns follows:
"Over a vear ano." he bsvb. "Karl wni
taken with St. Vitus' dance and continued
to grow worse ( during five months ho wai
under a nlivslsinn's carp. llin tonuim he
came paralyzed and wo could not understand
n wora ne Raul., lie became very thin, lost
tho uso of his right leg and seemed doomed
to become ft hopeless invnlid. We had about
given un hone when Dr. Willlntnii' Pinl
Pills for Pale People were recommended tc
my wife by a lady whose daughter had bece
cured of a similar affliction by the pills.
"I bought n box of them at once and soon
in Karl '1
1 was s c
cd that I
JToptll 11 Invalid. five linrni
tne disease disannearcd.
"That was six months ago and there hat
been no return of the disease. The curi
was eiiectual and permanent, and I fee
satisfied that no other medicine could havi
produced so marvelous a result. We feel
rejoiced over the restoration of our son, and
cannot help but feel that Dr. Williams' Pinl
.Fills tor 1'ale 1'cople are the most remark
able medicine on the market."
No discovery of modern times has proved"
such a blessing to mankind as Dr. Williams'
rime rills tor 1'ale t'eople. Acting direct
ly on the blood and nerves, invigorating th
body, regulating the functions, they restore
tne siren c tn nnd health in the exhausted na
tient when every effort of the physician
These nillii nrn nnld in Ivitpa nt 50 rent
box or six boxes for ?2.50, and may he had of
tin uiukKisin, ui mici'L u Illllll IIUIII Ui . tvu
liama' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
Jirs. noon w hat an imposing appear
ance your friend Puffington has, to be sure!
Old Boon Oh, yes! he's a born colonel, if
ever a man was: rucu.
A Clicnp I "arm nnd a Good Oil
Do ou want a good farm, where you can
work outdoors in your shirt sleeves for ten
niuii...a iu tuv jc.11, uiiu ttllCIC JUUI KLUCK
can forage for itself all the year round? If
so, write to l'. &id Jones, i'assenger Agent,
Birmingham, Ala., or Dr. It. B. Crawford,
1 ravcung i-assenger Agent, 0 JiooKery
Buildinc. Chicago. III.
Do you want to go down and look at some
ot the irarden snots of this countrvr the
Louisville & Nashville Railroad provides the
way and the opportunity on the hrst and
third lueidav ot each month, with excur
sions at only two dollars over one fare, for
round trip tickets. Write Mr, C. P. At
more, General Passenger Agent, Louisville,
Ky., for particulars.
Do you want to read about them before
going? Then send ten cents in silver or
poilage stamps for a copy of Garden
Spots to Mr. Atmore.
"Why, Julia, how the waist of your frock
smells of tar. "ies, mamma; poor Mr,
Ratlines, of the naval reserves, has been bid'
ding me good-by again." Cleveland Plain
State of Omo, City op Toixuo,
Frank J. Cheney makc oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of P. ,1. Cheney
t Co., doing business in the city of Toledo.
County and State aforesaid, nnd that said
firm will nav the sum of Une tlundred l)o
jars for each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
cure. jiuin. ii. iiiu.ivi.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in m
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
1SSG. A. W. GLEASON,
rspnll Aotarv 1'ulilie.
Ifall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts dirrrtlv on the blood and mucous stir
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
fiee. F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Toledo, U
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
I'eonle Like Illelt Connections,
People will always trace good traits in
their relatives even if they won't the bad
ones. v ashington tia.j .Democrat.
To Care n Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Iiromo Quinine Tablets. Al
druggists refund monry if it fails tocurc. 25c
A fellow is never so anxious to work as
when he io't able. Washington Democrat
TWfm ii'irr ' i,u'-m,iW.i, 1 ,11,1
ness andBcst.ContflIn5 neither
Not Nabo otic.
lion. Sour Slomach.Diarrhoea,
worms .convulsions , t evcnsiv
ness tmdLoss OF SliEER
SSSSSSSSS Hill. II 11
laeSimllo Srgnnturc of
ZXA.CT COPrOr" "WRAPPER,
M UUnio WnlKt AIL tub tAllb, ra
IS Bait Cough Bjrup. Tutea Good. Use fm
Prl in time. Sold br drunlltt. rl
I liLI! I liKlu
"I don't think that young man who comesi
to bco you will ever set any part of the world
on fire." "Oh! well, you can't tell, papa;
you know he smokes cigarettes." Yonkeni
Tbe Dcnth Itnte.
While it is quite true that the proportion
of deaths from malaria as an Immediate!
cause is proportionally small as cited in an
nual mortuary statistics, yet physicians aro
thoroualil v convinced that it causes maMics
of n fatal character, and begets dnngiyou
ncrvotii prostration. This malady is eradi
cated and prevented by Hostetter's Stom
ach Hitters, which also cures biliousness,
constipation, rheumatism and dyspepsia.
Wooley "Smithers says he makes no ac
quaintances among medical Btutlcnts."
Kotton "Why not?" Wooley "He sny
lie's afraid they'll cut him dead." lloxbury
The Pioneer Limited
la the name of the only perfect train in the
world, now running every night between
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis via tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
the pioneer road of the West in adopting al)
improved facilities for the safety and enjoy
ment of passengers. An illustrated pamph
let, showing views of beautiful scenery along;
the route of the Pioneer Limited, will bo
Bent free to any person upon recciptf two
cent postage stamp. Address, Geo. II. Hcaf
ford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
The woman who fails to sav "because" ha
some other excuse. Chicago' News.
From Itnbv in tho High Chair
to grandma in tho rocker Ornin-O is good for
tho wholo family. It is tho long-dosired sub
itituto for coffee Never upsets tho nerves
or injures tho digestion. Mado from pure
grains it is n food in Itself. Has the tasto
and nppenrnnco of tho best coffeo at tho
price. It is a gcnnlno nnd scientific article
and is como to stay. It makes for health
and strength. Ask your grocer for Uraln-O.
The abuse of health is veiled
Cure your cough with Hale's noney of
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Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
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NorvouB Spolla end That Tlrod
Fooling Curod by Hood's.
"My health was very poor. I had ner
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When I arose in the morning I was tired
and exhausted and did not feel any more
rested than when I retired at night, I
knew I needed a medicine to build me up,
and I concluded to take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. After the first bottle had been
taken I felt so much better that I procured
five more. I am now taking the last one,
and I have not felt as well arid strong for
years H. P. Jones, 223 E. Mulbury St.,
Kokomo, Indiana. Remember
Is America's Greatest Medicine. Sold br all
druggists tl; six for f5. Get only Hood's.
Hnnd'c Dillc are the only pills to tnko
UOOtl Sj JTlllS withllood'sSarfcaparilla.
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uttering. Cur" permanent licit talvc for Hall.
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