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The Oaro of Children.
While the av is Kwu for acrwp,
draw little lH:khisr lnrs ovor hi arnii
nil Kivnm tin in liv u safctv iiin.
A luil'V should Klrop on itsnlila' Wn
IxhiS on its hack tlic foou eoiwtinioa
iris. in lu throat nml chokes it.
. If ft HCiirf or milk crust npiwnrs rmtho
Ih0dl do not apply water, Imt brush oftcu
jjrtititlv with a null ti.'it'V h tiru.sa
No chili hhoiill ro to bod hungry, but
f khI taken near tlm hour of nli''pin;
eliotiM be of the simpli'st nature - :i
cracker, n bit of bread or a ltu.t of
I'.irenU should tench their chiMron to
Carrie- thir throteN, for it may be. the
i:iriii" of their lives. It is easier to
ti-aeh 'them thU dillieult and nwkwanl
f.'Ht in h'.'tith than when prostrated by
Let Nature uitAe tlm children; nhe
will not do it prematurely. Take care
that tliey r u ',0'' at H" early hour -h
t it he earlier mid earlier, until it is
found tli.it they wake up themselves in
tin)'; to dress for breakfast.
your ehlldr, n plenty of outdoor
nir; lot them unit!' it until it wends tho
rosy current -dancing joyfully to their
chorks and U iuples. Air is so cheap mnl
. and so necessary that no child
should be denied access to it.
Just before each meal let n child liavo
some ripo fruit or some fruit sauce. Aj
pleji nnd lurries arc wholesomo. Or
anpei thouhl never be ui-vuu to children
utji-ss tho skin and thick white part un
derneath the skin hih! between the quar
ters is ear-fully removed.
To prevent a child couhin ut niht
Ik;1 the (itrcmth out of 10 cents worth
of "Seneca snake root" to one quart of
fioit water; strain through cloth, boil
dowu to a pint, add one cup of powder
ed .nii'.ar made into a thick molasses.
Give one u aspoonf ul on going to bed.
Children are ullectcd often with ulcers
In the ears after scarlet fever and other
children's discuses. tUoast onions in
ashes until doue.T wrap in a strong cloth
and squeeze out jnic!. To three parts
juice add one part laudanum and one
part sweet oil, and bottle for uso. Wash
ear out with warm water, shako bottle
well and drop a few drops into tho cur.
Hatha children in the forenoon when
possible, or if not too tired nn hour be
fore the evening meal; Dover for at least
au hour after eating. When possible
bathe before an open lire, or in a warm
room near, and rub ilry before an open
fire. It ii injurious to bathe children on
rising, before breakfast, especially in
cold weatlmr. Washing the face, neck
and hands nml dressing is enough be
fore refreshing the body by eating.
For sure mouth in nursing babies, take
a teaspoon caoh of pulverized alum and
borax, half a teaspoon of pulverized nut-
galls, and tablespoon of honey; mix and
pour on it half a teacup of boiling wa
ter; let settle, and with a clean lineiirag
wash the mouth four or live times a
tiny; or simple borax water is equally
good. Half an even teaspoon of pow
dered borax in two teaspoons soft water
is strong enough.
lr. Osgood recommends as it night
suit for children a single garment end
ing in drawers and stockings. Over
this, in cold weather, may bo worn a
llaanel sack. At seven; seasons, instead
of putting au extra coverlet on the bed,
he advises the use of a large bag made of
lh'ht blanket, into which the child
tav lie securely placed and closely but-
Gulled uroatxl Urn neck. iig!it cover
ing generally are preferable to heavy
ones, if the niglit clothing and the room
are suiiicieiii.'y warm, hs they do not in
dueo perspiration nor check exhalations.
The residents of a certain locality in
Hungary Hollow, reports Tht M'uodhanl
Ji.iHucrut, have for some time been puz
zled by tlio mysterious ringing of a bell
in the licMs bordering on a bayou, whose
origin could never be ascertained, as
when itnvunc approai lied the spot
whence the sound seemed to proceed, it
would rise in the nir and recede in a
very ghostly manner. Finally a bold
cilj.ieij discovered that The ringing came
from 'n large buzzard, around whoso
body a common cow-bell had became
listened in some unknown way.
Eat What Ton Need.
As it. is conclusively proved that half
the ills of life are caused by overeating,
carefully regulate your diet. Having
tested a nuivl'-r of meals in a general
way, eating more or less each time, lind
out as near as may be what is the jrop-eraino-iiii
li a meal. Ilegin with a
very light breakfxst of onfinary food,
such as you have been accustomed to,
sue! ic'te the number of hours you can
go without feeling a want of more food.
For a very light breakfast, say one. roll,
a e'e; of eoir-e and a very small piece
of me:'.!, tbive hours or less will he found
the limit. (t course it makes a differ
ence what you do during those three
Lours. A gii n amount of food will go
f nther i;i manunl labor than in mental
labor, as br;iji work is more exhausting
III;-') haud work. The next time try a
little more, i.nd in (he course of u dozen
hr ahi.'.si- you will learn to judge pretty
closely what you require to carry on
your work till the hour of the next meal,
ilawng found out ju.it what you need,
never, on any consideration, take more.
Never Tuiiid how nice the steak, how
tempoi.g any food may be, shut right
down on the whole eating business the
in JnM you have had enough. Too lit
tle can be r-naired by eating a light
lunch before the nvl meal. Too much
cannot U; repaired, and vou must pay
tortiie indis-retion. In this mattcryon
must uv) your common wnse.
Tusti-Li:, tbo B-JiJiinolo-nis Slaves J
Wo Lear a couple of fresh things from
Tuslcnuggce, the chief of the few Semi
nole reiieoniiig in the everglades of
Floridx The old fellow emerges from
the swamps, it is said, once every year
or bo, geu on a colossal drunk and -r.
tires to his fju-tne.sses. The other day
he came into civilization bringing with
Litu a piirlieiejurly wcak-lookmg'V'gro
'olio of sevenU slaves still owned by tho
Indians. He w tut told Unit all the slaves
lad been fired. He replied: "Injun's
nigger ain't free," and after getting
comfortably drunk ho melted into the
; swamp, carrying Lin negro with him.
A few nionthn since a sewing machine
man entered 'lusleuiiggee'n donmiiM
and fold him a machine. Tho old chief
' watched iu working carefully and when
ho wan mtialied as to what it would do
, ' deliltf'ratoly aroso and kicked lis wifo
' out of the door, "Need squaw no mo'!"
io MiLMfonta Constitution.
A Man-Eating TigroBs.
For tiiore than a year past a man-eat-Iiit
ti'Tess has been tho terror lind
scourge of a small tract of hill country
In Western (iarhwal, which looks down
across the (langes upon the sacred
shrine of llikhikesh. From first to last
she is said to have killed between fifty
and sixty human beings. A considera
bly higher estimate, indeed, is current
in the neighborhood. 4
Lat year she became a proclaimed
olVender, and a reward of four hundred
rupees wa.s set upon her head. So wide
ly infamous did she become that it was
somewhat surprising she did not obtain
more attention from tho sporting man
hood of our cantonments, particularly
when it is considered that her haunts
were within two marches of so well
known and accessible a plaeo as Ilurd
war. Such attempts, however, as wero
made to circumvent her, whether on tho
part of forest hunters and others, or na
tives, invariably failed. Her wariness
and activity seemed to be altogether ex
traordinary. From some spot on tho
hillside she would watch a group nt
work in the fields, ami regularly stalk
them by careful .and circuitous ap
proaches; then, dashing in among them,
sho wiuild pick otr her victim, and in n
few seconds bo down the side of tho hill
and under covert up another almost be
fore his companions had time to look
around. The sound of bamboo-cutting
was so well known to attract her that
that industry for the time entirely
censed within her beat.
Of course occasional failures are re
corded against her; one plucky fellow
cudgelled her off the friend sho seized
by his side with a lathi; and in another
instance she abandoned her prey, owing
to the lucky circumstances of a mouth
ful of the 'bamboo bundle on his back
failing to please her taste. Hut these
were rare exceptions to the monotonous
4tale of slaughter.
One of the very last cases was a par
ticularly painful one. A peasant's wife
objected to go to work in the fields, or
rather cultivated terraces, pleading her
fear of this beast; tho husband forced or
persuaded her to go, promising to ac
company her and stay near her while
she worked. She was carried off before
People on the lookout for this tigress
with lire-arms could never tind her; cat
tlo sho never killed; to elephants her
haunts were inaccessible, and it seemed
clear that if she were ever destroyed it
would be oil" the corpse of a human Wmg,
or the carcass of a langur, tho only ani
mal besides man on which she was
known to prey. Ami so it turned out.
About a fortnight ago tho Senior Assist
ant Commissioner of (Iarhwal obtained
tho services of a dozen (.loorkhas from
the regiment quartered nt Dehra; these
plucky little men had only been a day
or two across the river, when as custom
ary, the tigress killed again another
woman. They started for the spot in
the afternoon, four of them going along
the hillside in advance, while the rest of
the party kept along the nullah; the ti
gress, startled by the latter, broke in
front of the former, and. luckily having
her back broken by the first shot of tho
volley tired nt her, succumbed without
a struggle. Not only was the tigress
apparently killed oil' the body, but some
of the victim's lingers were found in her
Surgery and Music,
1'crhnps science is advancing a little
too rabidly.. The surgeons have just
discovered that liy severing a tendon
the third linger of the hand may be per
mitted to acquire greater facilities in
playing upon the piano. It has been
recognized that something or other was
tho matter w ith the great mass of piano
players in this suffering country. Men
who hnv" spent in anguish tho long
hours which the girl next door devoted
to what she. called "practicing," have
felt that a frightful obstruction of one
kind or another would have to be sur
mounted before sho could decently char
acterize as music the sounds evoked
from the instrument. That tendon is
now alleged to have been the cause of
tin; difficulty, lint there is room for
reasonable doubt if it is responsible for
the whole of the trouble. There are
exasperated persons capable of hinting
darkly that a surgical operation which
docs not remove the brains of the aver
age player and supply improved ones,
will fail to effect a reform. The pres
ence in the hand of that restraining ten
don really seems to suggest that Nature
intended that girls anil men should not
play upon the piano. There is no ten
don to restrain people from making pies
or from sawing wood. The things that
the hand was designed to do it can do
without being sawed ami reset. Out
raged Nature mutely protests ngainst
tlio murder of "The Maiden's Prayer"
nnd of variationsof airs from "Patience"
by the millions of hands that struggle
through these compositions with ineffec
tive third lingers. The surgeons havo
now come to set the lingers free from
the restraints of beneliccnt Nature, and
to give them "facility." This seems to
mean that two vigorous fingers are to bo
added to every pair of hands that are al
ready engaged in banging; the piano.
There, are men who havo listened
through weary days of pain to tho ef
fects produced by the six lingers and
two thumbs of the practicing girl, w ho
will thirst for the blood of the surgeon
who found that he could increase that
linger power twenty-live per cent.
There is, however, a gleam of hope.
The well-known and especially offensive
young man who imagines that ho is
learning to play upon the llutc may con
ceive the. notion that the defective con
struction of his windpipe is responsible
for his failures, and bo may persuade
homcliody to operate upon that organ
with a carving knife. There are always
compensations. The man who deceives
himself w ith the notion that he can sing
tenor, and who is a burden to his rela
tives and friends, may imagine that the
construction of his lung is faulty nnd
may have an incision into it made. Thus
persons of his class may gradually be
thinned out and the lives bf the rest of
us made happier. And as the fashion of
improving upon nature by use of the sur
geon s kuite gams headway a blessing
may come even to editors. Tho deprav
ed pooplo who attempt to writo humor
ous articles may conceive that they will
gain by having their "funny" bones cut
into, and so will bo crippled for life.
This, however, is but a famt hope. Tho
stupider a man is tho more thoroughly
is he convinced, generally spcaklng.'that
he can express himself in an amusing
manner upon paper.
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If you feel lirowpi-. ilrMllulcd, hvn trqunt bond,
ochu, mouth timti' imitly, poor pputltu wiA tongno
firtUwl. you ur iMifferliitf from torpid Urn. or till.
Ina....ui .....l .mllilm, will CUIO VOU tO dUTCUll Hid
jiurumnc iitly to laku Simmons Liver WcHtiUHor
mid IxiKt in in 1 1 v med
Ir.lwi In the world!
for nil diii-iifci- of i lie
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Ntjtlifnu' Ik o u ii plum-nut, ftuthlnii w romtnon n
l)Md hruiith. hih! In m-nrly v;ry ru It come Irom
tho Mtouineli, nn I rim liu ro vsiilly corrected If you
will tuki; Siiiii.ioim l.iver Urinilutor. Do not uuu
Itel ho nuro n r.-uicily (or lliirt rt'IMlli'lvtf dinordor.
II will sUt improve your AppMlto, Complexion,
find lii'iicriii ll'iiltli
How niMiiyfOili-r torture (thy ufiur die, making
life ii liiiriles nnd roll 'dim exietence of all pleanure
owing lo the "wri t niirerlnH from 1'lloB. Yet re
lief In rci dy to Him hiindol ulmoHt any ouu who will
use nf Mh'ini.tK ftllv tlm remedy Hint Iihh permanent
ly cured lliiiiHuiidK. Hiiiiiiioim' l.iver Regulator, Is
no dtiiHlic violent purrc; hut a Keiitlo ftHrlHtiiul to
SUOt'I.t pot ho regarded a trillliiR
ailment In fuel imuiro demnuds the ut
moHt repih.ritv of the lmwelr, and any
deviation from this demand pHveu the
way ofleii lo Hiirloii d-tnuer. It In qutto
h m-reHHitry to remove impure accuiiin
Utioiia fr. in the howl wot in lo eat or
sleep, and no health can ho expected
wlieiti acortive liubil of body pre valla
Thin dlMtreMiJL'iilltictlnn occurs niOKt fr'fiiently
The dl-lnrliance of tho utomach, nrUlnp from the
Imperfectly diuei-ldd contentH, rsimeiia nevere pain
in tin? head, nc'ronpunlud with diciicreoblo nausea,
nnd lliis eiiiiHtltuter whut in opulurly known aa
OKI01NA LAND ONLY GENUINE,
I IIIbADEI.l'HIA. I'A
I'rico$l in, Sold y all Dru'Hlda.
ll first uppareiit elfeet in to lnireano tho appe
lite. It allien d-cftlim and caun-e the food to as
Bi nulato properly-thiiH the Bystetn In nourished.
It alo, hy i t r t. iulc action on the dilative organs,
Induce ) more copiium and regular evaciiatiouc
Tbo rapidity with which patieutB tulo or. !'eih
while under thoirlliiciico of tho Syrup, of itnelf iu-dtcati-Mhat
im ether prepuratloti can he hotter
adiipted lo ln li ni:il uonrinli the coiiKtlttition, and
hence ha more eilieiieioug iu all dcprufflon of cplr
ttP.rhakli'K or trcmhllnu' of the haiida or body,
ci)iih, cliortiiffe of breath, or cunumpt1vu habit.
Tho nervui" and muicloi become ftreui'ihcried, and
the blood purified.
Tho vurlouM !ilndi of v!anto or decay that affect
tho buiniintiody, though attended each with nomo
nymploui not common with tho icet. Uiireo very
much in tliii-, that the lutein in all U uearly tho
naino. It in uet.i ral'i.v cinr.i ded, that tho majority
ofdimaivB are iiicon paLied by faulty dlgcHton;
and filch Ik-iiij; I Uo cai-c, we niut, in order to cure
Hiieh dlsoa ee. nuiee the oranH of dlirei-tloli to per
lorui Iheir proper fuuclioini. No remedy hau be
fore been discovered which him no heneUclal an in
lluonte on thefx ori'ftiin an Fellows' Compound
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IJUrtDOt'K 1IL00I) BITTEH3.
II you are iitltd ted with lillloupnece, uno
i. i i:iH)M( iii.ooi) liirTEits,
If yell ure prot-lmtcd w ith cii k headacke, take
If your howulii aio disordered regulate hom with
Ill'KliOCK lil.OOU BITTBKS.
If your blood f luuiure, purify It with
IIFKIJOCK Itl.OOD tllTTKKS
II you have Indit'extioii, you will Cud an antidote in
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If you aru troiihleilwlth KprliiRCompla.ntu, rrudi
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It your liver ic torpid refloro It lo healthy action
wltk I'.UilDOCK BLOOD BlTTEltS,
Ifyonr liver In iill'ei't'd Vu will find a thuro roslor
llvo In BfltlJOfh BLOOD BITTEH8.
If you have any Hperlei"' of liiimor or plinplo, full
not to take BL'BDOCK BLOOD BITTKK8.
If you have any Hltiiploiim of ulcora or Bcrofuloui
norei", a curative remedy will ho found In
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For lnijinrtiio.' i-treiii:lh mid vitality to the r-yptcra,
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uM.Mn rn ui Yinii.ii, iireinauiru oli ai'0 anil tnunv
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ing. PAGES 8
CURES FITS, M
lit t fa A iSi' N Vv'., v.
Ctirvd my llllle trlrt ut tin. Mie win i!.i il.-nf t,
diimli. but It eiiru'l li'T. Hliecitn nmviulk n:el jj--r u
Well iu buy buily. l'KTKlt Kom, Miiiuwatr, Win.
HAM. I KIT AN .EKVIVE
UtLt been the im am of oii-inn my wife of rle'imiatf-n-k
J. II. f'l-KlVIIKU, Full Colilm, Cut.
NAMAIll l i.N .EIIVIE
Mode I lure cuie ol :i"' of fim for my tm.
Ii. 1!. IUl.1.., Jlli.ttsvii:.., KJi.
HAM A HIT. I V Xr.llvnR
Cam) me of vertltfu neiirn'U ni't men le '. h'
Mill). V, al. ilUMniN. A llult, IU
NAM tl(H AM AiKICVIXR
Wu the Bifarnof curlfiK'niy wife of i1""'"
lUt. J. A. In'iK. Hvr. Pte
Cnr.it mi ofmlim. Wier iix-ndin ov"r J. n0 Hh
Sihor 4clor. . o. li. IIoIkon, w AlUny. i,nl
NAM A K1T.1.N' KHVIXE
Effectually cured mc of njn-nm
Ml .IKXMR WaKKTIN.
7lOWo5t VnltUureuAt. U.lii.l". IX
Cured onr chlLI of f.:n Kf'.i r given op t.i V,n t.f m
fuili plijrlein. It hnvli.n ovit "ln i h'.'ur.
Hksuy Kxr. VenMllm Wurr.jiito., Twm
Rin iiirr.ii .ehvi vf,
Cored of serululu ft.-r ii'T.-rir, fr tVht rev
A!. Ii mil Hivi'A'iS, iu.
CorM mj iuu ot fl' n'v-r p i 1 1 f.i. ti:!- nt
doctor. J. VV. TiloaxTuH, Cit-.ra. it.
NAM 1UITA.X LU IM'.
OarM me pi riiini'i'ly of cpileptlr fix of ,('. V re
elisnicivr. Kkv. Wn. MiKi'iN.MtcimnU'e .wn.Ml
NAM A H1T.1X SKKVIr
Cured my on of fltn. nfter hav!nn h't t, V(; In i ';!-re0
Oiouiii. Mu. K. Kobks, I'oUJi u, K. V.
Cared no of oplfpiy of ntm- fni' Mun.lir.j.
' - Mill, Ukl.K.Kjt MiR-ll M.I.,
(Jrauljy, SentouC-j.. M).
NAMAKITAM M Kl INf:
flu" permaceDtly cure'l m. if i-i.ti. pr nf li.iiyT'on
dunUua. Jai.mii .'ureu, nt. J if i u, il).
A MA It ITA .NKKVI.Vr:
Cured tuTtif bruuctiltl. antli'iu and g. n'r.I
OL1VKB Mtci-,, Iriilluti, (M i,
SAMAItl TAN .MKItVIVi:
liu cnml me uf miiiiiji. ,- rofulu of in ti.y V' jr(
uuiiIUmi. liiiu Jkwbi.l. Cov!::k'.uii, Ky.
OurHmeof it'.. Have Ihu wll f.,r v.-r .? .
Coaul8 E. Claris Oi4itta,!)'itiit:iit .Mt-iu.
NA M 1 ItlTAN KrittlR
Ourad a frlci,a of mln.' hu h vl :; i irr 1 -. !!y.
t Ma:uKLO'Ci!NoK. l!:!-rjr, Vn.
NAM A HIT A.N WFRVINR
Bat periDuaeutr cwr.-.l me ..f pn;i;)'ie rr
luvio TaHUHLr. !) MolnA I jw
Oorwl Oiy ;ft ol n.l-wy ! y. sri, ln.:!4.
liK.iav t'l-Aiu Fa. r ...... 1, M:, .
Cuod my Wlfeuf a Leruu l'.:i.' ..f (i. )..n l.
K. Giuuix. N inh iiyi. r,
AM 1HITAX KRVIn
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ST. JOSEPH, KiO
The nest Known Remedy for
Backacho cr Lame Dack.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Clsoasos.
Lumbago, Sovoro Achoa or Pnins
Arc Superior to nil other Plimter,
Arc Superior to I'udi.
Are Superior to I.lnlmi nt.
Are Superior toOlntmcnta or Snlvc.
Arc superior to IMeetrleity ur fcalyanitm
They Art Immediately.
They Rottlie. '
They Itelicro Fain at Ouee.
Thi T Positively Cure.
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SEABURY & JOHWJ50N. .
BlLufiu-.tiiriii ClieinietH, New Vv.
AHIJKH UKiKIV AT Y.AT. 'rir
MLAO'S MollcMftl CORN and liUNION tlfiSI )U
n FRANK TOOMKY,
AflKST FOB TIIK KM.K I'l'
Colt's l'li"C lilifiue
and Marine Engines
ENGINES A SJ'KCr AT.I V.
FARM EN0INKS, MAt'JIIXlSTS'
TOOLS, - NIA0AKA
i AND MACIIISKIIV
OF ALL KINDS, UELT1K(!,
Pulleys and Oeutral Supplies.
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