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tends th personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative prinoiples embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its rxcellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, hecau.e it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectiilonable substance.
Syrup (,f Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in )(.e iaui $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if ofIered.
J tek tke Ripper 1dentifl.
It Is now stated for oertaln that the
infamous murderer, Jack the Ripper.
whose horrible crimes startled Lon
don. and were the talk of thecivillied
world, is positively identIfed.. and i,
in the hand' of the authorities. lI,
is in the go ernlirent nriano asi'Snii
at Dartrour. whoee he was confinr'no
<shortly after his last bloody exploit iit
\ hi techapcl. iHe was arrst~rd ;t a
mnadnian, with homicidal tenldenci-s.
though at thel time the anuthoriti,
had no knowledge of his antcel'rdelnts.
The Scotland yard pe'ople r have 1,o
session of the krife, whii!I is otf (hii
Dn's make, wle r'cwith hii, blohiIv
work w . dlone.. lThe icettlcives ha\i
suicceed in Ir;uiing his thereaboutt
through the v ihol period covered i,
his ni rdir', and estalli;hing hi ,
identity with the mnllrderer. TL
pIolice have bhen in corresp(ond
ence with the asylum people to
determir.nc whither tecre is any iiali.
hood that Ih will recover hi"s sense
E'n,i~gh to al,ow him to h'e put on trial
for his crimes, but it is said that ihe is
hIope'lcssly insane, uand talks about
niothinrg hut the atrocities that he
iMuot I.,VJ on the ('Country.
T'he Mxican governnment has just
made a ruling on the matter of e'us
tomrs dues, which, it is said, will have
a very sterious cffect on the excirion
huisiness from this country thither
ward. It has ten customary hith
e:'to for excursion trains to carry all
neleded supplies of lprovisiou for the
trip, thus avoiding th,- inordinate de
iandis of the Mexican c(aterers, inld
keeplirng ,expenses down. 'lThe new
r uling forbids anybody's bringing soup
plies into the country more than sflli
ci.nt, to last thrco days without pay
ing duty on it.
Many timm women call on their family
physic ans, suffering, as they imagine, one
from dyspepsia, another from heart disease,
another from liver or kidney disease, another
from nervous exhaustion, or prostration,
another with paip here and there, and in
this way they all present alikp to themselves
and their easy-going and indifferent, or over
dusy doctor, separate and distinct diseases,
for which he prescribes his pills and potions,
assuming them to boe such, when, in reality,
then are all only symptoms caused by somno
womb disorder. The physician, ignorant of
thecauseof suffering, encourages his practico
until large bills are made. The suffering
patient gets no bettor, but probably worso
by reason of the delay, wrong treatinentarA.
consequent complications. A proper medi
cine, like Dr. Pierce's Favorite P'rccription,
directed to the cauise would have entirely
removed the disease, thereby dispelling all
those distressing symptoms and instituting
comfort instead of prolonged misery.
The lady whose portrait heads this article
is Mrs. Ida Coventry, of Huntsville, Logan
County Ohio. She had an experience which
we will permit her to relate in her own
language. It illustrates the foregoing. She
writes: "I had 'female weakness' very
bad-in bed most of the time, dragging
down pains through my back and hips; no
appetite; no energy. The family physician
was treating me for 'liver complaint'. I
did not get any better under that treatment
so I thought I would try Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription eul his 'Golden Medical Dis
oovery. I felt better before I used one
bottle of each. I continued their use until I
took six bottles of each. In three months'
time I felt so well I did not think it necessary
to take any more In childbirth it does
what Dr. Pierce recommends it to do-
lessens the pain and perils to both mother
and child and shortens ' labor'. I would like
to recommend Dr. Pierce's Extract of Smart
Weed to those who have never tried it; it
surely is the best thing for cholera morbus,
or pain in the stomach I ever used ; it works
like a charm. I try never to be without it."
The following is from Mrs. Harriet Hards,
of Montpelier, Idaho: "I have enjoyed bet
tar health since I began treatment with Dr.
Pierce'e Favorite Prescription, for euoor.
rhea and uterine debility than I have for
sixteen years. I am cured of my trouble,
and now weigh one hundred and sixty-six
pounds, whereas my weight for many years
stood at one hundred and twenty-five pounds.
With pleasure. I remain,"
The following is from Mrs. M. A. McAl
lister, of Limn HRock, Jackson Co., Ala.: "I
was in bad health : age was working upon
nm, and I had iuheration of the wonmb;
could not get about. I took I)r. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and it cured me; I
felt ten years younger. I have not had any
return of my trouble. I amn thu mother of
thirteen children and I am fft.y-three years
old, have never seen a hotter woman's friend
than your medici eu. 1 havo recommenoded
it to my friends here, and it has never failed
in any case, so let me thank you for the
good it did me." Yours truly,
For "worn-out," "run-down," debilitated
school teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seam
stresses, general housekeepers, and over
worked and feeble women generally, Dr.
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those chronic weaknesses and diseases pecu
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well as uterine, tonic and nervine, and im
parts vigor and strength to the whole system.
It cures weakness of the stomach, indiges
tion bloating, nervous prostration, hysteria,
debility and dleeplessness. A Treatise (168
pages, Illustrated) on "Woman and Her
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testimonials with half tone or phototype
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tIhle r it n i -it, hiiu Ih' lir'j:lr il, "lThei
S itr -u :nI ipinL in Ir' arc ,' tru:lltri'n1nt. 111
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1.' Ii i' ,; ir ni' I f I l, llnti' i -. l i.,rjri'
1. T i' x I ':ilu ' ' rif , i.a ro l - \'ner e 1.
" .\1 ir l. 1:t l. l elt in thir ' :iii' l.' .\t
It It: r.l·n. T11 n olei r s,in, of J, chl.tl
i'' \ ' ' IIir' lip ra 1 I ll t li, i'uv', \ rloriri tll
c tll0 ii , .r Iinii, 'T ii differV'ed
In i i'tly :ri n h'ii , a iti s rMill in chai'r
taitern . :I111 l'x'er'ei' o .ft1 in . t calrs! itx
- ,trsi lh f lll a 'lt t Iirm . I.pc ially do
S the rlirlt ic.Il u i , in it lif deprlvl hllar
i l itrl' :, ipl, r iin 1!:,ir treI tii e Lit oft
l 11. o,}-eph tit 14 l '. ... rhl,
, l r n ill I'it li:ilt r-.\ iril it. I l(. 1i i ,. i ,
ll ii I rt i hi ave been i ll mi o' 'l all a or '
im ol"Ilt.il l II ii d r I'eil "l r inlllllni l ,,
'hit slli lear x' whvi ihfs llb wre
tha: n his r, o thl'i er . T' he i'l rs l f hilu
vtreiih \.ln' Pii', nit inri de"li p t he inlulnin c
..f hi, . ra ldfathiei r I[,,a . ,.1 -,, t!!
frwailrnlt to e tire iri tsl y str of LioE
Ii.i' ii ile lt hr ,ii' ('i le at . i 'lil f liihei.
'\sne luau, trirg si itad ch'ear l.noep
iand tri s ri re-, ll s ith full 'f twilt mllinli i
I ; r . h l hal t n rthli il a':.diis lnitl t nir
a 'u iij mit n't, I n Uritl a nhe self-devort
Stip ..lon 1:en s or ''e'irn,,, ani .e.'llacity.
Te llfi tf il t moin the ias 'athe ad
and isi r-- otd ser unfavora tale vtolt
tIoX l to Ivel s r Ii s hai racts r in* I .
III. lli'Joseph lat \\eir k r '' r tri . "n,\ll i
lwas fi in ' ilte flock. lie ' was ai
sie ll rrll'' likie his hrthel s,. hio were
I.ip,e, in delaclhment; over t!e m
hlarin ri e ilcnt of nt ispiedlli
liacobr', , atl , .r ni.tiln.'s as far as
Sirlit ,ule. Iif'ir miles. "The I lad wi as
uritlh the oi' ,o i if liit ilh iand Zilpah."
'lii, sondal' is hiv' f lJacob We re
problalbtlySyri.cans. Theirsonswere shut
iit fimn rivalry with him as heir to 1
the hirtli'iglt, which w )oubl naturally 1
fall to lrhriu, th the eldest son of iteah
or to Joseph, the Ildest soil of itch'.lI
.s the iouiinest sion it was.ose ph's
duy to wait upon his broth ers, and to
cary messages between thetm. "And i.
los.eph l rot luight unto his frath'r t heir
evil report." In sm waily lhe learned t
of the ir evil doin wasind as his fther's
fact.s to hill.
1lrael1 hved Joseph mr, than all his
chiliren." lbecause lie was more liv
ablet, iore unellish land attentiv'e.
"lrti.ntll.sa, hIe, t i. tIs' pir- if his 1 l
ni'ie.i nut gi'niner hd hrir of his htr lonra'd
It, i h in "inn h i ! A nie lai , hi m rt re i. (f
ina i crlhnrrs." r rein ,aiion -x'e r on. -i d
,os iril d the ,lit" ueo . rr ,i eor i en
;osto'ed partiarlio . It i.r r i sad itond
vner Iris frt tht'n, 11in 1 to it, 1 frr orite sn.
ire, el:,ir fel t hi e tfir t isaitd in'th
whoat eltdlu hil dyed waith hbotd. Irr
War slpinb lieti f'uits c eis prtiBluty.
4. ".\nand olen lu r ay," et. Thei
.p'iison rf the sene othei V i. hc edi
brethrpe n, . btf his rahte a il mtheir
casduce. R. hel,,:sf Leadh juinde
thie nil bri olht ba daken fto hint.
The ,to lf it t lo.hi brthren."al Her
tld. his d''aien t Joseph as mlie irtot
a guli t cie 1'ind,,, ain with the natural
ilutlihn tiremocne ie utire thee.a
Joseph as havi kingly iuthority p
The scene of the birsa is laid in ther
wheat nield where am snd his brothers
tepoat and solemnly deepen the iwr
pression, tie scene of the second is
brethren, but his father and mother
"And he told it to his brethren." He
proneness offmembers of one family to
ing, and these dreams were designed
to comfort him in distress. They were
a preparation for some of his most
preting the dreams of his fellon i
prisoners, and of Pharaoh.
MISFORTUNES OF GENIUS. b
sond stouh satject to epileptic fitsu
Milton was blind in his old ate act
ioften lacked the comforts of life.
Mohammed was an epileptic and his
visions were those of a diseased mindi
Gibbon had the gout. ane became
so stout that he could not dress him
Byron was club-footed and the fact
was a source of constant misery to
L ? . . ". . - : .': .: " , ::- ..i ! -.":/! . . .
Some Arrha,,ololroil I)lsoveorier..
Farmer Cowen of Hillaboro, ()hio.
while out hunting the othir day. ha;p
pened onr som ancirent graves, whs',i.
a1 : )onl at the' w:eathi'r perOittlllte !;
e\,'a'.ated, t, lin g s,me, m, in ,i'
ei tiII relihs. 'Ide g:ra , v.ere ,it
atted on a high point of land abot a
mile froim ith, famou. ,,,-rpe itin,
mound,'' ,,.pioited bS' Pr'o)f. Touites-:,
lf liarvart. 'The graves he'rv e n:;:,.
with Ilarge Iltnestorne 'ags. ao'h a111t
- thIre feet long andl a foot wide. 11'l's,,,
were set onfi edge ainot at foot aaiIt
:rand covered with iiiaar tags. .\
single' one, onnewh at lIar-ger', wva.s :c:
the head and arnothr at the feet. 'iil'
top of the grave was two hftet hlow
the present surface. UIpon op)ening
one of the graves a skeleton tip't artl
of six feet in length was Irotahti to
light. 'I'hlro were a number of .t,,o
hatcehets, beads and ornaments ot f u -
culiar worknnship, near the right
arm. Several large flint, spear anit
arrow heads among the ribs gave ,vi
do neet that the mighty warrior had
died in battle. In another grave was
the skeleton of a tlan eutaliv large.
'The right leg was broken diuring life
and the bones had ,growr: togeth ir.
The prottuberance at the point of union
was :sas large as an egg and thel iimb
was bent like a bow. By the feet lay
a skull of some enelOm (or slave. eS,
eral pipes and pemnlants were rlear the
shoulders. In the other grates (owen
made equallyl interestinug linds. It
,.tms that this region was populated
by a fairly intelligent people and that
the serpe'nt. moundl was arn oblet of
irorshiip. Neart the grave is a large
field in which br'o..en imtpleiments,
frargments of pott ,ry and burnt stonres
give evidence of a pre,'historic village.
A I.1nar I:alnhrow.
A lunar rainbow was seen recently
at ltunhamn, N. C. While a slight
shower was falling the moon shone
bi'ightly in the cast, and. outlined
againist a dark western cloud, was
seen a silvery bow, very bright and
clear, for somei minutes. It gradually
faded with the disappearanrce of tiro
c ou dl.
The SRmalliet Tree.
On the sutimmit of lien Lomond may
he seen the smallest tree that grrows
in g(;rot Britian. It is known as the
ciwarf willow, and is, when mature,
only two inches in height.
tome nervous people nutoe almnost brldf
their time getting there too early.
('rowin g the Atlantic
Itsually involves sea slcbiciess. When the
waves play pitch anil toss with you., strong in
ld,'d runii be the Stomach that can stand it
without revltig. 'JTourists, 'oimlnerclal trav.
ilre, yachtinlrnt, mariners, all testify that Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters is the best remedy for
the nautsea experienced in rough weather on
:he water. Nervou-s and weakly travelers by
laud often eufebr fromt something akin to thls,
and find in the Bitters its surest remedy. No
disorder of the stomach, liver or bowels is so
obstinate that it may not be overcome by the 1
prompt and thorough remedy. Equally eflica
cious is it for chills and fever, kidney and rheu
matic trouble and nervoutness. Emigrants to
the frontier should provide themselves with
this tin e mediciinal safeguard against the effects
of vicissitudes of climate, hardship, exposure
You might as well undertake to out-talk
an echo a to out-talk a woman.
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W inlleld. N. Y.. had a shod o11e
Sunday night recent!y which was at
nc e ritl'iculou s anid lasin,r no.os. It
was a paritoIli n. of the, '1 l ath and
i :, rr ,c' tioln oi f ( lri .t.' A '.\ rdinu
to reports it mul1l,1 ha1Ov\' teen almo()lt a,
funny .as it was ý'lokin,. 'I hi('e poi-'r
oforl I':11 ( l go'"t I tl lll' c l ', amor
' t' h ar a;! n ll r h lds 1r'1 ,lli pt`.
oi ii (,f Arainauten. Nitod inu':. St.
`ane. ,iuii s ]eltrriot and the 1 tii er
diiple.i n vot re whiskers 1mad( , of .oft
toir batting. Anthonyi Schlnitt. iwho
took upon himself tl, awful character
of o ("ric t. wore long fahle black ~ his
kers. The young wonmen of the choir
who took th, parts of I hi Virugin Mary,
('eronuica and iMary M ag alen, wore
more alpropriately long flowing rnoes
of bright huesi . St. \lanu' 's haI!. whi, hi
does not seat. r mlre t hall :I'lo, was
jammned. L.oiterini n,'ar the door
were group; of vi lai yoiltlhi. whol
smoked had I'iar,. kept the;ir hats on,
and talki, l in html tonii. At the rep
resentation of the c'ru('iixion Schmitt.
as the Savior, apptared botind, with a
crown of thorns on his head. I:;,d
paint wa;: s Ial'II'(i r(uLilild hits head to
represent blood froml( the thorn-.
Many of the .sphc'tators weiint. away III
fore the eritertainment was half over.
French ,and il'urft io,'.
What the lI'reneh know about per
fuIme makilng is not all the result of
their iown ie (t riice. The tradition
ary history of the art. is that thie l -
hirews imparted whviat they' ku .w to tbheir
captors the 'F gyptians, who in turn
gave their formulas to the (:reeks and
Hlornans. The Moors then took a ihand
at improving these cruder efforts, and,
when they invaded Eurrope. left their
art in Spain, whence it s,.on reached
France. 'There.' it found its home and
resting place, and to-day no nation
can compete with France in the sci
ence and art of perfume making.
The queen has a splendid collection
of table cloths, some of which are
covered with most interesting designs.
One, for instance, represents the tield
of Waterloo, with the figures ot Wel
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etrecet, I maias, Tex. Aini for I amt,''et.y.
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11S1.lourcOs of `u tdo ')t( 'alifor ia.'T''llhere
ev(,r was su ('l1 aln oi;poi)rt()unity for
omi, skeel rs.. For information r'.ard
in ii t .his -,ci1tion, a lddress . A. .lli.on,
Brewster bhlck, ,an 1)i,,o. I'alifo'rni.
1 i1 t i4 l th rle t r e1(-Igl and nitue r)f ril'n.
,ut the disovery of the nliithn,,t, t er
lhI','Pn u m'.< f'it , w ill 1I t t,., ltilh ,.tii" )up
the liver. ,.ure, ,,ik hadu',he,, and m nake
you feel well. "- 'rlts a hex.
When a ninn has no Iilis against him he
must, feel as if Ihe eloehngs to the u,!,ility.
For 'Tlhrot is. )ines,, ('ouglah,
('old . ete.. l'ec. utl relief is found in the
use of "lr ,,,.r's. Ir,,1 ,,oial /'rh1 ." Prile
5 .ts. ?u 1 4u, l/ ,t b,) res.
A letter is often like the light, of the fixed
stars it shows the writer as ho was some
timle sin'e, int ias he is now.
Consuamptives and people
who have weak lungsor Asth
ma, should use PisrJ'n Cure for
Consumption. It has ensed
thousands. ft has not inju,
ed one. Itis not bad to take.
It is the best cough syrup.
SWld everywhere. Ale.
W. N. U. DALLAS. 18-94
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