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REPUBLIC, MONDAY KVEMXG JULY 2"i 1887.
At Uim HMJD imHj e-rerj one a da t nam a-raa-f
csaa'e McripUiM fur Uww who Md baddt ope
. rfr.. It IIAh NO WriT-Tl 1
lb waly Iron ntftlicuM thai im e4 MlirlM.
FT K-rlrh lac Hie, UiUerair lb
vale as. Krtrrw.4nrtl(r.
r, ami .'ire4t-aa
it Hum ih Um tea or injure the teeth, cum bmJ-
U. O. H. tiitUT, U.1im 4vMw U Honi-
1-bvwa'e Imo Bitten n thoroactlj good aiedi.
cio. 1 m il n. bj rnrtMM, an had il. MtkMi
dittoa of th srtu. Hrnvn1 Imo Hittm bmuII;
(MWllTW IMWM(f It m -all that M rUtUMil f . it
I'm W .N, Wartaa, 1v Thin d Ktnt.
DMrntoH. D. U, Mjt1 HrunSt Iroa Batter M
UmTubm of tb . N.rthsaa better It crt
ftiH't. rtrvuith Mitl siurue tlM4uo.
4su- baaWvTi-J Mu-kuMlcroMwl redhacsa
wim4fr Take etcher. Meafeueijb
A whole medicine cheat in xour pocket,
with one boa o( Ayer"s l"iIU. As they
l-rate duectly uu the stomach and
Ikiui-Is, they indirectly affect every
other organ of the body. When th.
stomach is out nl order, the head.it
urtectetl. digestion foils, the blood be
comes impoverished, mid Jon (alt an
easy vh-tiin to any prevalent .liwjst.
Mis M K. llovle. of U ilkrslsirre. 1'a .
puis tlic uliole truth in .i nutshell, vvheu
she savs : I use no other uaedlclne
thuu Ayer's 111 Is. They are all that
auv one needs, and just splendid losave
money in iIih tors' hills."
Here is an instance of
who lost hi- meditine chest, but, baring
at haud a bottle of Acer's 1'ills, found
himself fully equipped J. Arrisou,
M. 1., of Isan JW, Cal., writes:
"Some three vears ago, bv the merest
accident, 1 uu forced, so to streak.
to pres.-nte Axer's Cathartic Tills for
several sick men among a liarty of eugi
neers hi the Sierra Nevada uiouutaius,
lux uiedu-iue chest having been lust in
crossing a uiountain torrent. I was
siirpnsed and delighted at the action of
the Pills, fro mm h o, ludred, that 1 was
lot to a further trial of them, as well as
of your Cherry Tevtoral and Sarsai.
rilla. 1 lutte, uothiuj; but 'raisa to offer
In their favor."
John V. lirown, M. P.. of Oceana,
W Va,nt-s: I precrilio Ajersl'ills
in uiy pr.n tire, and rind them exrrlleut.
1 urge their general Use in families.
T. E. Hastings, I. ., of Baltimore,
Md., writes: "That Ajer's litis do con
trol aud cure the complaints for which
they are designed, is as conclusively
"Jir en to me as an) t hing jsissi t.lv can be.
They are the best cathartic aud aeri
eut wilhiu the reach of the profession."
Dr. J. C. Ayer i. Co., Lowell, Matt.
Sola by all Druggists.
i Homeopathic Veterinar)
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DOCS, BOGS, FOULTKY.
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Chart on Roller,
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Humphrsii Med. Co.. !0 rulton SL. . T.
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Till la-UXAA CUSSVAI. Co., USTAOIT. M:cu
rur smm I.. rrank' II Coblvnts aud ..a!
laoMJOMar. ThmtmnmeeimM nmaj la?
ham Dttity, ViW Wnkiess,
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I I lit 6H0WH IN PlCTURC C J i
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I The Properties of Cora.
Mr. Du l'n exjin-es the opinion that
I coca Ls the moot jKiii'iit nervine at inaua
ili.spnsa! Its lijgunn proKrliM are
I ilischi-etl from as phs,oloou-iil proter
fics.' i the veisliLt plot, ouii.nl L a
SuntAh phyucUu resident ul San Salva
dor, who riirthcriiioielet'l:irvs that in hot
. luTiision coca is the iiim.t uvfnl mid
I healthful Ikm eraije one cin drink after
tilinini; It is esjieciulU coinDieiidahle to
J the feeble and to thoeho have trail
J KCrndetl the limits or sobriety in usim; 1
cohol, mid, therefore, .should be test is 1 in
iis1iiuis for inebriates. It surely and
certainly calms nerwius excitability, and,
Usui in .small quantities, enables one to
eiidtire tsdd. rain uinl snow . anil to defy
ptvat faticue, and restores the forces im
. ialret or lost b excesses
In South American i-ountries it is isipn
larly used for iudiesliou, dbonlertsI
Momach, lij.-telia, flatulency, ioIic and
all intestinal trundle
J It is riiiphiynl mn'tantl) b toilers ill
' the mines, and xihen thex leach the mines
after marchiu several daa through
. forests and oxer mountains, sustained
i alone by the use of iir.iai.il maize, they
(are iierinitteil to eat at discretion through
, four daxs and have ierfett rest. Co-
caisino, or habitual Intoxication by use. of
exca, becomes more incurable than alco
holism or serxilude to opiate's, but itscou-
-juences are not yet xx holly measured
tordeteruiilied. K(ceslxe and constant
use of the -ocs as an intoxicant begets
rapid moral and intellectual degradation
and decay, and the steady decline is inter
rupted at Interval by reistles Impulse
of x iolence and brutality The nature of
the parcut, xxhen perverted by the drug,
is transmitted to the offspring, and the
Inveterate lce, operating through (rcnera
tions, is said to account for the brutality
of certain races of Indians, notably the I 1'xe leeu doing xtithout because I wauted
Quichas and Atmnrns of the Holix Ian to economize, but I'm sure Charles could
fastnesses - Washington r Chicago i n't say an) tiling If I bought a little when
Herald. j I've suxed Ilxe whole dollars."
So she bought "a little" for 1 1.7.1.
At th liattii. ol Gettysburg. Then she got "the greatest kind of a bar-
Very few civilian- can rid their minds I '' '" remnants of French gingham for
cxeuxxneu they knew lietter, of the id
that any one present at a Uattle must set
the whole or a large art of It, or at the
least a v ery large amount of smoke and
lighting It is marvelous how-very little
any oue individual sees of any one given
battle, though he may be in the very thick
of the lighting, or even at the headuuar- , "' insertion, a pound of randy, two col
ters of the commander in chief. I real- ' lars and a pair of cuffs, a pair of slippers,
ized that fully on the present occasion, ' two pairs of hose, handkerchiefs, three
fur althoush standing on one of the most j )'rds of lawn, a fan, a bunch of roses,
advantageous spots to witness a portion another iUr of gloves, and Ix liueD
of the tight, with the valley and town of ' handkerchiefs and two neckties for Mr
Gettysburg lxitig lielovv me and the
heights layout! In fu'I view, I reflected
that our line xvas twelve miles in length,
of which on even a clear day, with no in
tervening figures or smoke, I could at
least only see alaiut two miles.
Then again I had always supposed, as I
am sure most othcrjieople suppose, that the
lommander in chief always took up a posi
tion where, Seld glass in hand, he could
unimand a view of a large part of the
action. Gen. Meade's headquarters wero
in a slight depression in a dense wood,
vv hence yon coukl see nothing a hundred
yards off. and yet, strange to say, en pas
sant, seclnded as was this spot, the reus
.aid ascertained the. locality to a nicety
and shelled it with such vigor and accu
ral) that in ten minutes no less than six
teen horses belonging to the staff were
killed. The officers all escaped unhurt by
seating themselves under the friendly
shelter of huge liowlders of granite, i here
they laughed aud chatted aud enjoyed the
thing as a big joke while the shells shrieked
and exploded Iteyoud them. Frank Hel
lew iu New York Mall and Kx press.
Tha White Hair Cra-.
I snpiKve mot people who walk along
Broadway with their eyes open cannot
have failed to notice recently a remark
able increase iu the number of youug
looking women with xv hlte hair that are
to be met nowadays. I am myself the
most credulous individual, and especially
where lovely woman is concerned, it dis
tresses me to tlnd myself having the
smallest doubt as to the genuineness of
everything about her. Hut it seemed to
ine so ild that such a number of white
naired women appeared all at once that I
was moved to uiake perquisition into the
subject, and consulted an uflable acquaint
ance of mine xx ho is what is styled a ton
From him I learned that the white hair
craze is the latest fashionable fad, and
that il is obtained by the same means that
were emplojed to produce the daffodil
colored tresses that have lieen so long iu
vogue, but which having been adopted by
ladies of a certain class are now tabooed
by society. The bleaching mixture is
peroxide of hydrogen, which, when mixed
with 2i per cent, of ammonia, will in two
applications turn the blackest hair snow
white by the simple process of destroying
the coloring matter Of course it is
frightfully injurious to health, as it with
ers the capillary tubes just ns auy other
vegetable is shriveled by bunting, but
the ladies who Use it don't mind ruining
their health as long as they can be in the
fahiou New York letter.
Tit Jerry Hullitar In Home.
The jerry builder is net to have it all
his own way in Home. The municipality
has at last interfered and declared that
ox ergrown, decrepit, insanitary structures
are no longer to be run up like mush
rooms and finished off, let and inhabited
before the plaster is dry. The specula
tors aud contractors who have hitherto
beeu monarch of all they surveyed pro
tested against this interference xvith the
vested interests of dishonest workman
ship; but the S. P. Q. K. xxlll probably
stand firm, the evil having grown to in
tolerable aud impossible dimensions.
There is a grim satisfaction in knowing
that the huge factories (for they resemble
nothing else) which disgrace the Rsquilino
and the Prati di Castillo are not quite so
permanent as the Colosseum, and are
scarcely more desirable as places of resi
dence. They will rapidly crumble away,
to be replaced, perhaps, with buildings
more worthy of the Klernal City. But in
the mean time, and for a generation or
two at least, Rome is architecturally dis-grai-ed
in the ejes of the civilized world.
Pall Mall Gazette.
Ills Suutlay Nose.
"I once knew a sea captain xvho came
from alwut here," he continued in a
lighter strain, "who hud an encounter
with a shark in his youth and lost his
nose, aud for the sake of harmony rather
than vanity he had a tin false noso mode
to look as much like the lost feature as
possible. When he went to sea lie tried
alwnjs to inake his crexv recognize the
Sabbath with appropriate resicct and ob
serv ance; he theref ore ingenuously had u
silver nose made for himself which ho
wore on Sunday, keeping the tin nose for
xveek days, and the sigual was always re
spected, so far as he knew. Perhaps he
never heard that the sailors alwajs called
the Sabbath, "Silver nose day," as they
Might xvell have easily been pardoj.cd for
duint;. Boston I'wtet-
Hyrup of figs.
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francises'. Cal.. is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may Is' had at
Dr. Casper's drug store, Mie. and il bottles.
It U the most pleasant, prompt antl effect
ive remedy known to cleans.; the system; to
act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
ly yet thoroughly; to dispel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
indigestion, and kindred ills.
The reported killing of l"plurer Stanley
Bodily health and vigor may be obtained
as easily in the heat of summer as iu the
winter mouths, if the blood is purified and
vitalized with A) er's Sarsaparilla. Kviry
person who has used this remedy has been
greatly benetited. Take it this month.
Ill the election at Strausburg Van .Molke
was snowed under.
"TJP jv would enjoy your dinner
J Ta and are prevented by Dys-
pepsia, use acs-rs xyspepsia lauieis.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. -5 and CD cents.
.Frank H. Cobleiitz, coiner Market and
RETRENCHMENT WAS NECESSARY.
Mrs. Hltlijr D'l-ruilnril lo Make the
H.mi.-Im.I.I Illlls n. Light a Possible.
Mrs Ilivby Ix-cnme convinced the other
day that retrenchment xvas alisoluleiv
necessarv in her household rxnscs.
llusiness s dull.'- she sidd, "and I
must make our bills its light as possible.
1'oor husband is viulte worried over our
alTaiis Now, how can I save f . or 1H
and show Mr Hlxbv that women can lie
economical If necessary I knuw,'' she
said suddenly, in the joyful tone of one
xx ho has had .1 happy thought. "I will
do without the hat i'intended getting to
wear with my new gray suit I can wear
my black Im-iorted straw with it very
well, and I will, too. I just must learn
1 to economize "
Then she put on her hat and went down
town, so elated over her "clear saving of
live vvhule dollars," that she Intended
1 walking home with Mr Ilixby at
and telling him all about It.
I "I Homier now," she said, as she
I stupjssl before the windows of 11 glove
store, "I x under if I couldn't afford u
j new pair of those tan kid gloves with
I stitching 011 the back. I really need
I them, and I've saved 5 by going without
; my hat, so jes, I'll get them; they'll
cost only $2."
I Ten minutes later she stood Iiefore the
! riblsiu counter in a dry goods store.
k '-This riblwn is really very cheap," she
xv as saying to herself, "and I need a lot
I of ribbon uvv fully. I xx under if I could af-
fonl it today I.et me see, 1 oh, of
course 1 can, after saving 5on that hat."
I And she bought ten yards of ribbon at
. tvxenty-llxe cents u yard.
., , , ..
on Rrtarlug placard a moment later.
.,,-o, wile wi ciiiuimurii, aiie iri
"Just what I need," she said, "but
" I never wnuld have bought it," she
said to herself, "but it was so cheap, and
then I'd saved live dollars this morning."
Ik'fore reaching her husband's office
with the cheering uews of ber economy
t she had bought four yards of lace, three
Then she repaired to Blxbr's office wl.h
the tale of her economy, and ended by
"And here's a few little things I thought
I could afford after saving so much by
going xvimout my hat."
Ilixby asked a few questions, made a
rapid calculation, aud said in an utterly
heartless tone :
"See here, Sally, don't you economize
auy more. You'll break rue sure if xou
do. You've got lG.tW worth of things
already out of that $ 5. and "
"You're just too mean for anything,
Charley Hixby '"Detroit Free, Tress.
Tha Pic la Hawaii.
The pig Is almost a fetich in Hawaii; he
t crt-lited with sniernatural sagacity; is
sacrificed as au offering of popular avail
to Pele, when that unpleasant goddess be
comes obstreperous; is accounted, when
Kiven by man to man, as the most delicate
expression of friendship, and is the choicest
expression of love and fealty that the sub
ject can offer his king. His baking is
as solemnly considered and carried out as
auy sacrificial rite. He is dispatched,
with all possible tenderness, after a gen
erous diet of "poi"; his incipient bristles
are delicately removed, and his ixternal
machinery dished up as a particularly
agreeable lamne bouche; lje is waabada-ssl
cleaned and laid out white and innoc-ot
for the fire. A hole is then dng in the
ground and lined with glistening banana
and "ti" leaves; red hot stones are placed
therein and others till the interior of the
pig. He is placed upon a layer of leaves,
two or three palls of water arc turned
upon him, vegetables and seaweed are
packed about him, the earth is replaced
aud he is left to steam and bake until the
time set for the "luau" arrives. Deli
cious is he when served up at the table, as
pure and savory a piece of meat as any
mn would xv Ish to sit down to. Hono
lulu Cor Xevv York Tribune.
Uncus tallies aad Jams.
A physician who has studied "the small
economies of life" tails how the jellies
whu h some bakers put into their tarts
and jelly cakes are made. Xo wonder
grocers can sell them so cheaply. The
directions are as follows: Take four quarts
of w ater and half a pound of alum; boil
two minutes; add thirty-two pounds of
white sugar, boil five minutes longer;
strain while it is warm (and the hotter it
Is the easier) through a coarse towel; when
nearly cold, add two ounces of acetic acid
and one-half a pound of real currant jelly.
When cool, pack it in tumblers and label
with a picture of a currant bush and a
child picking currants. If you desire a
vanilla jelly, add in place of the currant
jam four twenty five cent bottles of the
extract of vanilla, and stir in when nearly
cold. If you desire strawberry .jam, pre
pare the alum and sugar as before, and
add half a pint of the essence of, straw
berry; or, if lemon is desired, add essence
of lemon. You can make what, you like
with these proportions of alum and water.
This is the way to make the grocers' jelly
and the jam that is placed on tarts in the
confectioneries and the bakeries. Boston
Thr-a Yaara of Sklmni' M).
Louis Jlerbst, who Is one: of the best
known Germuus in South Jersey, cele
brated the other day his third anniver
sary of a skimmed milk diet. Mr. Herbst
is a large, finely formed man of about
fifty years of age, and weighs about two
hundred pounds. Three years ago he was
afflicted with dyspepsia and kidney
troubles and was adx isid by his physician
to try a diet of skimmed milk exclusively.
He tried the remedy for a couple of
mouths aud xvas so benefited by the diet
that he determined to try it for a ear.
At the expiration of the latter period Mr.
Herbst 's health was almost perfect Far
from liecumiiig thin or emaciated from the
long continued use of skimmed milk, his
form xv as, if possible, even more rotund
than before, and by the advice of his
lot-tor he decided to adopt skimmed milk
as his exclusive diet permanently. For
three years he has eaten or drank abso
lutely nothing but the article named not
even water and declared to his friends
who visited him yesterday that he pro
posed to continue skimmed milk aud dis
pense xvith steaks, bread aud butter and
beer for the rest of his life. Philadelphia
A chance for inventors Is offered by the
German minister of war, who will give a
pri.'e of r,,tm murks ($1,230) for the best
improved cartridge box.
The claims as to the curative powers of
Hood's Sarsaparilla are based eiitlirlytn
what the people say it has done for them.
Send bi C. I. Hood X Co., Lowell, Mass.,
for a Itook coiitainiu statements of uuuiy
remarkable cures by Hood Sarsaparilla.
Katkntr. the famous Moscow editor and
f rien i of the czar. Is dying.
CKOM WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediatelyrelieved by Shiluh's
Cure. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
"The sun doth nourish agues," therefore
in the summer months it is only a measure
of common prudence to guard against uia-
lai ions diseases, intiiiiuttent fevers, agues
and hiliuus attacks.
Many cases of fever and ague, dumb
ague and congestive chills were promptly
arrested aud entirely banished by the us of
Simmons Liver Regulator. You don't say
half enough iu regard to the efficacy of
that valuable medicine. Believe me when
I say 1 was a sufferer for years ami only
found relief by its use." llnitKiiT J.
I WkKw. Iiatavia, Kane Co., HI.
By a lire at Sex eusejany. Russia, 4, uOo
people are rendered homeless.
"HACKMKTAt',"a lasting ami fragrant
perfume. Price M and SO cents. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
DEATH'S PAIR ATTRIBUTES.
Ufe is the dream- .le-p, and d-ath miscalled
Its -baduwed vallrv , -tauiicl by faith, with lilit
Its waters -till, a tralii Jou which wegeiltl
UxkIV rod auj slulT our oars, fair aurfel luiiiUs our
Its Karl' a mantle whiter than the snows of earth.
To robe thf soul aw-ali!i ibtoKla.1 n-w hlrlh.
Its Klave an om.u atethroiijli whese dark por
lassou to hope's fniltiou-lininortality
- Hannah SI. .re Kotiaus
Tha KiikIUIi (iovvriiiiieitt I'lerk,
In the course of many visits lo I'ngland
1 hxe discussed with the chiefs of some
of the leading bureaus, and haxe uu
reason to believe that the average Somer
set house )oung man will do any more
work than the nv entire Washington clerk.
!,,r uttlt.r .v It i u i,..t,.rfoii. fut tt.ut
the sole aim of the clerks in the employ
of the various departments of the Itritl-tt
government Is "how not to do it " What
Is the testimony of a iiuug man whu
once held a position in a country house,
and was subsequently appointed as a
civil service vvritci in the Ilntish custom
house He merely applied his country
house habits of Industry ti the govern
In a few minutes ai angry voice
sounded in his ear, "For (Jod's sake, man,
tlon't work like that, you'll haxe the
xv hole office against you, and xou won't
do jourself a bit of good."
"Indeed," the newly appointed writer
Jes, it's a fact II has got to
t ,... .. ,i,..w, tv. ...k .1
knr .uu inriirAi n.v.nnni H'U ir none.
i.nA i ,, . M1 ,,-., ,.,.
At the rate he xxas working the new
hand could have finished the Imok that
day, which was Monday, and hence the
first complicated question which arose
under the jierfect system was how to kill
the remaining live days. Asa mutter of
fact, much of the time of a Uindon bar
nacle, between the hours of 10 a in aud
4 p. m , when he Is supjioscd to lie at
work, is spent reading the -tapers, taking
short walks, discussing the European and
Irish questions, grumbling at the sttngi
ness of the public and bewailing the
working of this perfect system As a rule
the British government clerk is a man
whose most serious question in life is how
to kill time.
On the other hand, the average Wash
idgton clerk, and by that I mean the
clerks who carry on the business of the
government in the various deiartmeiit.s,
is an industrious, quick and energetic per
son, constantly on the alert for promo
tlon, and to improve his or her condition.
Kobert P. Porter iu Chicago Inter
Fllota th XVorl.t U-er.
As a matter of fact, qualified pilots are
pilots the world over; but as men they
differ more widely as tjpes than the races
or nations to which they lieloug. Your
New York harlmr pilot is one of the
gravest and quietest of living men He
is solier, demure, unobtrusive, earnest
You who annually slimmer in Kurope.
going or coming scarcely ever see him.
From dress and ap-iearauce you could not
even tell he vvra a seafaring man This
F.nglish pilot lived at. Pill, at the edge of
the tide, near Avoiimouth, where duelta
hundred other pilots in slime, ooze, tilth
and drunkenness. Their women are half
nude brawlers, harridans, antl the htis
liautls live ra)less lives of sodden stii'Kir,
startlinglv contrasting with the alertness,
hanlihiA-J ami daring of. their hours of
But a grade higher in the qualities that
prompt aspiration are their brothers of
the British northern coasts and the Eng
lish channel. They are chiefly men vx ho
only laissess emulation in their calling to
the degree of securing note among their
fellows for hardiness, kuotliiiess and iron
iu frame, heart and life. Those of the
Baltic seas are held iu high esteem, not
only for their bravery and skill, but iu a
certain resjiect and almost awe for their
vocation which haxe come down, like
folk lore, through the centuries, from the
know ledge that old Danish law lieheadeil
piloLs for harm liefalling vessels in their
charge, thus aiding an element of tre
mendous moral courage toau already uu
approachably dangerous calling Our own
Pacific coast pilots are a bright, nervy,
ambitious lot The gulf. Key West and
Bahama pilots are a sunny crew with
more than n trace of "wrecking" taint iu
their wanner veins; aud, while less hardy,
they are full of romance and song. And
joiirCuKaii pilots I know well the grace
less throng are nerveless slaxes of a ties
potic regime, picturesque intolorund act
bundles of excited ejaculations and oaths,
and without the blood, spirit or integrity
of au American lianiyartl fowl Kdgar
I.. Wakeman's letter.
Apisraratier. of Tenement llouoe Children.
F.very one who visits among the tene
ments is surprised at the healthy looks of
the children, who run aUiut lmreheadetl,
ami in summer liarefootfd, aud who seem
nuldy and strong. But they are the sur
vlvors who have passed through the criti
cal age of infancy, when the weak quickly
succumb to the foul air and torrid heat.
F.ven these survivors, though they may
seem outwardly vigorous, have but little
strength, antl when ai epidemic of mea
sles or scarlet fexer prevails they quickly
lield to its lianeful iufiuence. The man
agers of children's institutions will cou
linn this statement, aud it shows how the
effects of tenement life are perjietuatetl.
The terrible uior.-xuty among voting
children is the most jfoteut exnleiice of
the effects of the tenement house system
The massacre of the innocents m the
homes of the poor is amazing aud appall
ing to auy one who has given it thought
For upward of twenty xears some 15,000
to 17,000 thildreii under ft) cars of age
annually crish in the metrO'olh, antl
most of them from what with fine irony
are called "preventable" diseases. De
spite the steady increase in intelligence
aud the various improvements that haxe
been made iu our sanitary regulations,
iu the condition of the streets and iu the
character of the new buildings that haxe
lieen erected, the proportion of children's
deaths show a sternly advance, and it xxlll
coiitinue lo increase until radical measures
are taken by the health authorities to iin
prove the tenements. New York Journal.
American Money In Kurop..
It is more to the present purpose to
speculate upon wlmt she 100,000 Ameri
cans who come to Kurojie this )ear will
get for their fifty or more millions of dol
lars There will lie taken liack, iu a. tan
gible way. a great many suits of English
matle ilotlies, I night cheap; a large nuiu
lier of Paris made gowns, lmught very,
very dear; some pictures, some Irfsjks,
some bronzes and brie a brae, In all rep
resenting several millions of dollars, but
not of v ery great importance one way or
the other. " What of the intangible but
more vital acquisitions brought back by
the returning hosts? f grow discouraged
when I try to answer this question to my
self. Seeing the American abroad, either
here in I.lnion, where he plumes his
wings, shaking the soot off their feathers,
so to j-i-jak, for his fight to the continent,
or over in lauds across the channel and
North sea.it is very painfully borne iu
upon the observers thut he is not getting
the worth or his money. London Cor
New York Times.
How He Got His Title.
Thomas M. Griffiths, the xvell knovvu
civil engineer and builder of suspension
bridges, has had a urettyexteiisiveexperi-
ence in dealing with people all over the
country. Iu talking with him the other
tlay he matte humorous reference to tiie
fashion which prexiils iu the south and
southwest of conferring such titles as
honorable, general, colonel or judge upon
the most slender claims. He was atone
time einplo.vtsl in building a suspension
bridge at Waco, Texas. One day he
chained to cross the public fquare with a
soldier's canteen slung under his arm
lllletl xvith water. He was immediately
aaddtessetl by the bystanders with the ap-
pelKtiou of general, and the title stucK to
hini during all his remaining stay in
T-ko-s. "I got my title," remarked Mr.
('liliths, "easier than any man 1 ever
heard of, north or south. But the man
ner iu which I pit it is a fair illustration
of the southwestern habits and customs."
- New York Tribune.
Beware of Scrofula
Rerofati '. probably more ceneral than any
oilier disease. It Is Insidious In character,
and manifests Itself In running sores, pustular
eruptions, bolls, swellings, enlarged Joints,
abscesses, sore eyes, etc Hood's Sarsapa rilla
expels all trace of scrofula from the blood,
leaving it pure, enriched, and healthy
" I was severely afllu-ted with scrofula, and
over a ear had two running sores on my neck
Took Ave bottles llotsl's Sarsaparilla. and am
cured. C E. lalVKJOV, laiwell, Mass.
I' A. Arnold. Arnold. Me., had scrofulous
son-s for seven vears. spring and fait Hood's
.sarsaparilla cuied til in.
I s one of the most di sag ret:. Me disca--. oautf-d
l impure Mood. It U readily cured by HoshT-i
Sarsaparilla, the great Mod punier.
Willi on j Spiei, KIria. 4., suffered treat!?
from erjHipela-i and salt rheum, caused by
hantJliiiK tolijcoo. At timet hW hand would
rrark i-i-fii and Meed He tried tarioi.t prr-.irjtluii-t
without aul, Uiull) t'M.k H-jod'-t Sar
sapjrl.b. and iiuv saj.; ' ) am entirely well.
"My Mill had silt rheum on his hand and
on tlio cahei of hit leg. lie tNi Hood's
Sapiap-irilla aud U entirely cured." J. K.
Stanton, Mt. Vermin, Ohio.
s.!.l l,t all Jru-itliU ft iif..rSX Xt.Jeui.lf
by t I. 1UNI11.1 Co AMtl-itrl's,Lnwlt..MA.t.
IOO Dos'es One Dollar
BOtGII ON PIU.
Why suffer TOesI Immediate relief and com
plete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Kougu ou
Piles." Surecure for itching, protruding, bleed
Ing, or any form of Piles. .Vie. At Druggists or
mailed. K. 3. Wells, Jersey City. '. J.
Health Heuen er" restores heslth and
vigor, cures Dvspepala, lmiotence,
Debility. Fur Weak Meu, Delicate W
sa-VI Its IISIH liatJiA-HT
If Kn-T, iStor
iirt-s.i.tf, ufteu-i m! Umutlflri. No oik nor!
great. A tOlllc KeittOn-tlTe. titopa half COUi- ,
The French press has
rade against the Jasetl
broken out in a tl
"TV.y. iv trifle with any Throat or
-'" Lung Disease. Kyouliaro,
a Cough or Cold, or the children are .
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough, ,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. . Price 10 and 50c
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
It is believed In Vienna that Priuee
Ferdlnati.1 will decline the Bulgarian ruler ,
Sllll.OH'.S COL'GH and Consumption
Cure is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar
ntee. It cures Consumption. (
It is exiecied that all work will be rr- .
sinned by Monday in the coke regions.
Atltlallea lu Mew York LIIJ.
Hundreds of thousands of persons trav
elling on the Sixth avenue Klevated rail
road in Xew York city have seen young
men at their games on the Manhattan j
Athletic grounds. Kighty-sixth street and
Kighth avenue. The cars are high enough
from the street to overlook the track and
the diamond aud the grand stan.L J. J.
McDermntt. lieutenant-captain of the i
0I)iupics. who almost lives there. sas: I
"For strained muscles, sprains, bruises '
and external applications generally. I lind
nothing belter than Ai.i.cook's Pokoi s .
The French senate ha passes! the mobili
We take pleasure in recommending the
use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ke-
newer as safe and reliable for restoriug
gray hair to Its natural color.
Atl. w Motti.ra.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
rears with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhcea, griping In the bowels
aad wind colic By giving .ealth to the
baldltresUthemnthor. Prle-Uc a bottle.
Iu Oaurrftl llrlilllly, Kulaelallon,
Consumption and Wasting in children,
Scott's Kiuulsion is a most valuable food
and medicine, it creates an appetite.
strengthens the nervous system and builds
up the hotly. "Have been highly pleased
with it in consumption, scrofula, and
wasting diseases, bronchitis and throat
troubles." A. J i inks, M. 11., Comersville,
Kia's Ciikavi Hai.vi was recommended
U me by my druggist a a preventive to hay
fever. Have been using it as directed since
the '.'til of August and have found it a spe
cific for that much dreaded and loathsome
disea.se. For ten years or more I have been
a great sufferer each year, from August tuh
till frost, and have tried mauy alleged rem
edies for Its cure, but Ely's Cream Balm is
the only preventive I haveever found. Hay
fbver sufferers ought to know of its eni-.-acy.
-F. It. Ainswortli, publisher, lu
A Kerned) for Kltlu.y AITactloii.
"My kidneys were so affected 1 have been
cottiiel!cd to get up as much as ten times
in one night. I Had pain in my stue, oacK
and left shoulder, and when down could
hardly rise. 1 was unable to bend my
btaiy without great pain. 1 tried Simmons
Liver Kegulator aud my condition has im
proved so much that 1 hardly ever feel any
of my old trouble."
W. Johnson, r.xpre-ss Agent.
There Is no one article in the line of med
icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengtnening pias
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella,
onua Backache Plasters. 47r
Slauipilig Hut lllseasa.
I'he Shakers believe that nearly all dLs-
eaes can la prevented by maintaining ier-
fect tligestion. They never employ doctors
liecause as stam as the digestion becomes
impaired they take a few doses of the
Shaker Kxtract of Boots (Siegel'.s Syrup)
and health is the result, for il is a marvel
ous remedy for d)spepsia. Mrs. Hettie
Hauck writes from Mormon Grove, Gray
son county, Texas, August -', isst: "I am
titty jears old tills month, and 1 must say
your medicine has proved a wonderful
medicine to me- When I first retsMved it
1 could not sleep nights, and I had a flut
tering Iu the pit of tuy stomach. 1 could
not bear my hand or the weight of my
clothes on it I hail a throbbing and a roar
iuir in my head. 1 was afraid If it contin
ued I should lose my uiind. 1 oftentimes
thought 1 was too far gone to try anything,
but your medicine lias proved a blessing to
me. The pain and miserable feeling iu my
head has gone. My head Is clear and I
sleep soundly every night, lean rtvnm
mend it with pleasure. Who would not?
You may use this letter If you like. It may
fall into some hands aitiicted as 1 was, and
I am sure they can find relief in your medi
1 Greatest Car. oat garta flar Fabs.1
sfucaiv taaa any etaar aatraa rssa
aj mJr- Baeaavatlam. Weai-Jgav
Bweioaa-s. miuL nas, anaaav
iBoma, ScakU, Cms, tniaba
rkacaa. Oaiair. Sore Tbrou.
Sdattca. Woaaia, Beadaeks.
TiMkacbs. Spralaa. etc. race
sveta a Dattia, sou si au
aaltaSsoa Oil tear, ear
we- arum Traaa-Mara. ana onr
sfnatara. A. C gr;er a Co., Sola
aTBalUmora, Md, U. a. A.
Ball's t-'eeik tvr will care aar
t-'aas b at eaa.
riuf eavir sa a;u. a asHiie.
Sflfltfatrn I "S '
'TlllalMj aT 1 I
In llrirf, mi. I lo the Polot.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is miser)'. Indigestion is a loe to good nature.
The human digestive apparatus is one of
' the most complicated and wonderful things
In existence. It Is easily put out of order.
Iireasy food, tough food, sloppy food, '
bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, lr-
regular habits, and many other things which 1
i ought not to be, have made the American !
I people a nation of dyspeptics.
, But Green's August Flower has dune a
wonderful work In reforming this sad busi-'
I ness and making the American people so
healthy that they can enjoy their meals and I
be happy. '
! Keuieiuber No happiness without health.
' lint G teen' August r lower brings health '
j antl happiness to the dyspeptic. Ask )our i
I druggist for a bottle. Seventy-live cents.
Jnsle Holmes, the exchange clerk of the
Fideli y National bank, has been bound
over in the sum of 810,000 for coruullcltv
with K. L. Harper in appropriating S70O,-,
000 of the hank's funds. In default of ball
she was locked up in the comity Jail.
b warranted. Is because It la the best
J Blood Preparation known. It will posi
I lively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
, whole system, and thoroughly builds npthe
constitution. Remember, we guarantee it.
1 Frank il. Coblentz, corner Market and
; High streets.
! There Is great military activity at Metz.
, and the forts are being enlarged, the work
going ou through the night by the aid of
. A Cahii. To all who are suffering from
I errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
. etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you,
j free of charge. This great remedy was dis-
....r.rauj a uio.i.n.u) ik s-mu, Aiun.u.
gT1" Jdrl envelope to Itev. Joseph
Iiiiiiwi, Station I). New ork city.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
rtti , strenitth and wholesomeness. More eco-.
nomlcal than the ordinary kind, and cannot
be sola la competition with the multitude of
law test, short weight, alum or phoaehate I
powders. Hold only In cans. Kohl Baiisu ,
PowDia Co.. Its Wall street. New York.
I WANT AGENTS fo
To mena-ati women orf-Ms. '
TtT and ability, aaeklaa;
P roll table ejn&loynanljtb.
Mil una will be a-ivem.
Then asher works on aa-w '
Pii act pie which tavea labor
and clothlskc aorssTsooaly
Samola aant an twa
an llhatrjtl k --
turn-ad at my ipenae if not aatiafactory.
illlllU 111 Me . U U UbT eomfataat. ahiftx
w w w wvhi w w windututOsMasTeatl.
Iatrfnilo merit mailag: It a t-benominal aoeca
vary-ahera. JllotUnt4clrriilaraaB(l term. free.
wc i k.wu m rifi7io rauia avc.St.i
SiriiSi.rililtltl.nni ft Ifc.b M..sawfa
See Stings, Ha.
qurto and All
and .my Ansa ofekla
Matntihaa. poaltiTazr exjast
on taa mart dstloaf sfcta
sntnout laaTtBa aaasr. sgr
rrictseta, BOets. and tl
at dnuaiata or tar ssaaTL'
s?k Bo. n Sf saT. Ou Mew romdoa. Olam.
Ltttl. P1IU foraick-h.srtsclia.dj iu Ij. .
far sal. by all siprlngtleld Druggists.
It soon brings Into bsalUiypUr
1 o. fea-pai tirartxaj 07 oa7
And K-vla'o la. Syst-a I
It cure the Pile. It open
i appetite U soon re-
Wise families Uroujhoijt
Keep TAKKANTS HKl.TZKlinearat band.
Mew iylr for all
Mxr-a and Mylea t
Wnfaae. Large dla-counL-i
lo buildersi and
dealer. Send for tUna
irated rrleo UsU
ONEST HELP FOR MEN.
Pay bo More Mosey to tjaacki.
I will send you a liVnatfe Hook, with pre
scriptions for ."wif-Cur. for all e.rvou,
t hrouie and Common lieau.--a, Arvid.Bts
aud Etuaraeuele., for 1- cts. lamia.
-Z3Z.. X-tTIXaT-tTA TVTBV.
IMU WUiousiu Mrerl, Milwaukee, Wis.
grTAMTKU Oeriera! agents, to wholesale
If- my new motor. Rare chance, food sal
ary or .Vic on the dollar. Address, with stamp.
r. M. Weaver. Indianapolis, Ind. (Name this
6E0. P. ROWELL A CO..
10 BfKUUK STKKKT, MKW TOtUC. CITT,
lor MKLKCT LIST ot LOW NKWSPAPKKfl.
Will be seat VatM on SDPlleaUoa.
I aBsssssssssssssssW -
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
. Is Life
That depend- upon the Liver,
for tf the Liver it inacti . e the w hole
Hjstem U out of order the breath
U bad, digetUm poor, head dull or
achthic. wiergy ad hopWulm-M
Kone, the spirit--- are depre.-eil, a
heavy weight exNL-t after eat i lit;,
with general despondency and the
bluett. The Liver is the houe
keeper of the health; and a harm
le, -Imple reraedi that ats likt
.Nature, does not constipate after
ward or require constant taking,
does not interfere with bn-tiricvsor
pleasure dnrinir tt 11 p makes
Shnuionsliver Regulator a ine-lieal
psr feet Ion.
I have tested UVTvlrtmM DersunallT. and
turobblDKhwdaehe.il Is the beat medicine
the world ever saw. liave tried forty other
remedleg before Hlmnion Liter KetuUtor.Kod
uonevi tncmravemoreinaniemponiry reltel.
but tile Regulator nut only retleie-l but cured
II. H.Jun, Macuu.tla.
tiauulo. haa rtl 7,'oti front of Wrnpuer.
Best euaranteefor Its buver
J. II. ZKILI.N C.. Philadelphia. Pa.
sols raurairmas. met. l.oo.
YOUNn PEOl'LK OF K!THEItsE. hVSUi
IN A FRSPilUTOKY. OlLLKdl TK OK
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THAT IS EXCKLLKNT IN iALITY NI
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C08T3 MO MOBB THAN THB OLD STTLS,
BABY CRAOLC. HOUSE C"-GC.
Tas UiuatraUooa abov. ara tumd. from photographa. Tba adjuatabl. parsa do not chanffo th.
aDDaaranc. wban used aa a atrat carrlaa-e. th.r can ba us-mS or not at tn. pltaur of til. pur
cnaavr.. Tba HOLMAN CARH1AUES ar. warranted for two jaara. ET.rj part la abaolulalj p-r-I
fact. Or.r IOOO sold In Cblcare alnca Uarcb 1st. Seat to all parts of tba United Stataa and aele
delivery guaranteed. Send ror a catalogue containing lataat aljiaa. caeapeat xo nneax.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO., 275 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ills.
s-eoi i mi i hi i aavMaawaaiii i i i in i i n in
m .aantBf " IBiltlBaDsl Xllal-t
saau,Beaa0ae "- J
'faavsajar mwmM m trnxrw p7Vvi t mrm ,
b Base Of
vlsi nnansvCae Mil
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iaeeaaaa eeaea taey abaataaaly taatora praaaatn,al7
aeaeTaaAhvuBsss Aamrm. bssswj tn'tVa fall awfaifaiasmtBr
terracaaafi rau HaaJ8Uacuiaa4 v
are kialiiial bvlttaiBaww
laiatiaa. leawre, Ovar-Brala
-" -"-elileaiiiil iif Iinalili ami
BUrniBIBecitSOMB CM nave FBEB
R HlaKeW M
nvaat east ware raatoced to aeeith
m Baaicat utrearor ware mat
iTHlaBBsl It.FitBl r-J IlBMi
BB B B a rVholanhip to aid woTthT lie
aM BBaBBB B Ben4.cduirUieaSe.stu. C
! Mexican Jar Veteran.
Tb wuDslerful 1ftccj of Swlfr't h-elih- a
rem- and core fur rhumtl-iin wt ail (...h-J .jl--,
Bssat ttTtr hn4 mort eon-ipt- u.ut llluitravtl
tlutn this cM -Tord. Tb cMUilid. umtulk ite-J 4--J
rmphttlc tMttmoDf given by tt. wneraU geott-
IBM rau.. be ssccepU-4 as 00oTmcU.1t: Ui4 cuiu.lu-ilv-a.
Tb writer Is a proralnot cltixn of MUil-Mlppt Tt.
ntlvman to whoa Mr. Mania rt-lVr-i, oJ lo whom
tls Indebted for the -advice to which h --- hla
flaai-feUrr from yetr of urfrTlo-r. 1st Mr Kto-t. for
raanr year th popuUr iilejt t W. k of tha Laawruuc-i
H-JOfts, t Jtwkw-ii
Jct-osT, KIa-l. aprU 2. 13-JT.
Tmi Bwirr Srinnc C ohi-ant, Atl&ota, (Ja
QtntUml hv ben an In vail J p?ntuDer tor
'orty rear-a, hvlni coDtraartesi pultuonary muJ .tlier
llsa la the Meilc&u War. but cot till ttw lit A
March. 1K5, tlU I feat any S7nipttiti f rheumatlsin.
jh thftt day I wa uOM.tdIj ktrs. to m Uh tiiat JL
iu In both hip vad ankle, for twenty jj, 1
WaUadoDrrut4?hM. Then tbepln Ms)Irm4 ikaetit.
rjiU U svhlftesi from Joint to joint. or eek I wukl
M total I j dl'tbls-sd. either ou onkljof in boJy ur
the other. Th pain never left me a moment for
Eleven years ajKlaeventivtttbiirthatlitfisinM&rrb T,
175, when 1 wa flnl attarked. u oetober 1, It.
bfDl waacureU. lurlnr these eleven year of In
erite auiTert&c I tried Innumerable prescription
(rom vanova inijaKiaua, ana inwi everytnm u
eated by frteDda, but If I ever receive-.! tb lei,c
from variova payatclanj, anJ trlMl everrthlnaC iu
Pem2JJTW???'l" T'?r rer"
1rtoVti-pnu.br. I madearranrfeme-nt toicototb
Hot Sprtn-ri ot Arkanma, bviDii: ,jr.pireJ or every
Kb remedy, when lacvUrutally surt an oldac
iTTt.TZz , ' .T-r' . lurM-mnnnixwo
. .a.aag..j. .saw mm aaa whvv an.v a. mm p c .HUHOI s llflll
. eumatlam, aad. as I upisjtf. bad been curvsl
-7- a villi to Hoi Sprint's. But whea I nt Dim ha
o44 ma laat his tUU ti tb listt Springs was In valu
te rouna no reiier on nia return rrooi liot aortu
m heard, for the flnl time, of the S. H. S. a- a remetlv
'or rbeumatlsm. Be tried It and mix bottle-, made a
xmplete cure. Several veart have passed alnce. but
M baa had no return of t he d Ueaw.
I immediately returned totr It. In SeptemWr I
took four Uttles ana by the first of Octt-ber I -.
f ell a far ae the rheumatUm wa cr-m-erned. U
pain had dlaappeared, and 1 Bars aoT wklx a twivit
w rr siick.
I have no Intereat In makln-e; tbli statement ther
I Lan tlw hope that It may direct mjixm ottwr aurfeter
, to a sure eource of relief, and if it has thu rult I
am well rewarded for iny troubto. 1 am oerv i-
pvctrully aad Uuly your frWod.
J. it. H. Uaativ
For tale by all druggHta. Treatise on 1-UowJ iid
' tikli ItttJaMtt luaUed free.
. Taa Hwirr Srxciric Co,
I lravter i, atUnta. Oa.
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uisist upon his GcrrMQ
AND CAN BB BZAIUXT AXU03TED-
aad all gularkj.
k7tkXT IMaSnili. duel t.
to miaaai. cr cauav asua
aataee aa any wiy FoubsIsnI
asediral smnei&lee BtXnci
latota aeat eldiacaaw mb st-M-As
ia fclt Watboat detav. TIb ksziiT-1
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Trial Ol cvurAppnetiKSs. AskforTarmst
Tlit brft t-dot'istiunal a-lfJii
tafea olleresl. gvipfrasv m (
rate. Two course?! of tu-1
tadeol. iSext term in t-tll- -
i.atalOTuea aeat uu atxrltCasttuo.
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