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Four or five City Hall officials were sit
ting on'the steps on the Woodward Ave
nue side Saturday atternoon, discussing
politics and the weather, when a smallish
man, seeming to be in considerable men
tal distress, approached them, and in
"Gentlemen, is there a scientific man
"Certainly there is,'' they replied, in
"And you must be familiar with the
laws governing storms?"
"We are," was the prompt answer.
"Well, then," continued the stranger
"I wish to relate what may seem a singu
lar occurrence. I live on Division Sirect,
and though it began raining at midnight
the other night and continued for twenty
four hours, net a single drop of water fell
upon my Garden."
"Is that possible?" gasped one alter the
"It is the solemn truth, gentleman, and
Fd like to know by what law of nature
you can account ior it. It was a-long
continued, drenching storm, yet not one
drop fell upon my garden."
There wasn't even room for a sugges
tion. The crowd was astonished and si
lent. After along minute, cue of the
gentlemen turned to the stranger, and
"You must have a theory, haven't you?"
"And what is it?"
Who wants to kiss a girl if he knows
she's got to let him, and he knows he's
got to go it, and every body's looking on
to see fair play? No," sir, that takes all
the life out of it. The way to do is tc
catch her oft-hand and tear the gathers
out of her dress, and pull the ribbons to
pieces, and knock her back hair down,
anl hear her say, "0!"' all to yourself,
and then go away to a quiet place and
think it over.
Environed Wsth Danger.
The dweller &r temporary sojourner in a
malarious region of country is environed with
danger. Besides inhaling at every breath an
atmosphere saturated with nn infectious poi
son, he also drinks water which is in most in
stances likewise impregnated with the fever
and ague breeding miasmata. If a bilious
subject, deficient in stamina, or irregular in
habit of body or digestion, his pciil is much
increased, as these abuormul conditions are
extremely favorable to the contraction of ma
larial disease. But the danger may be safely
encountered with the assistance of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, wkich
completely nullifies the atmos
phereic virus, andneutralize=the cpnstituents
of miasma-tainted water. This beuign anti
dote to disease eradicates and prevents fevers
of an intermittent and bilious remittent type,
besides effecting a thorough and permanent
reform of those enfeebled or irregular con
ditions of the system which invite not only
malaria, but other diseases equally to be
Two Moted Wreve Reb1erf)
Our readers will remember the account
given in these columns of the robbing of the
grave of the Hon. Scott Harrison, in Ohio, last
May, the body being found in the dissecting
room of the Ouio Medical College. Public
iedignation justly brands any man as ascoun
drel who will rob the grave of the dead. But
there are two noted grave robbers in this
country, so far from being the subjects of the
people's wrath, are universally lauded for
their virtues. The reason is plain. While
the former class steal the dead bodies of our
loved ones to submit them to the dissecting
knife, these only rob the graves to restore the
living victims to our hearts and homes.
Their namesDr. Pierces's Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets
are household words the world over. The
Golden Medical Discovery cures consumption,
in its early stages and all bronchial, throat,
and lung'affections Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets are the most valuable laxative and
Old a"e does not prevent you from being
cured of your Hearf Disease. Mr. Thompson
"I have had Palpitation of the Heart for
ten years. Two years agp I had a paralytic
stroke since then I have been troubled very
much worse. I found no relief until I had
used Dr. Graves' HEART REGULA OR. I
have used it for four mouths the palpitation
has entirely left me. I was so bad at times
that I could not breathe freely, and used to
have a faint, sinking feeling was so bad that
I could not sleep, aud had to get and
walk around in order to get breath. I feel
entirely well of all my heart troubles, and
would advise all afflicted with Heart Disease
to use it. lam seveuty years of aee, and
live in Bakersville. JAMBS THOMPSON, Man
chester, N. H.',
Send your name to F. E. ENGALLLS, Con
cord, N. H., for a circular containing testi
monials of cures, &c-
Dr. Graves' HEART REGULATOR is for
sale by druggrusts at 50 cents and $1 per
Awar ds to Amnvica at Parts.
The cable announces most of the prizes won
at Paris. The Howe Scale Co. must feel sat
isfied with their share. They ta'^e the gold
medal (the highest award), the silver medal in
class 68, the only award ^o any scale manu
facturer), and the bronze medal in class 64 (the
highest In that class).
CLOCK WORK IS NOT more regular than the
liver the stomach, and the bowels when they
are put in order with DR. MOTT'S VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS, a supremely effective and safe
alterative, cathartic and blooddepurent which
promotes thorough bilious secretion, a reeu
lar habit of body, sound digestion and nerv
ous tranquility. It is the best possible sub
stitute for that ten ible drug, mercury. For
sale by all Druggists.
From S. 51. Pettenaill, of S:ilibary Mass.
sold more boxes of GRACE'S SALVE during the
last four months than of any other like prep
aration in my store in fact it is the only Salve
for which there is any sale. This bespeaks
the confidence of the public in its virtues and
is in my opinion a valuable recommendation
of its healing properties.
T^uvjwwds^of ^tbir^,- years
r. crr^* -y^ been LOWS SHOOTING SYRUP ha^ "been used
for children with never-failing success. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowls, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, whethei arising from teething
or other causes. 5An old and well-tried rem
edy. 25 *ts a i ^fi
IWJOd Tag Plug
New York, Bosto and
i i i I I i sjsj-
Another Fa Kan itednccd.
H. A KUFOS, dealer in dry-goods, Wood
hull, 111., writes BOTANIC M-DICINB Co., Buf
falo, N. Y., June 22d, 1878: "Gentlemen
Please find inclosed $5.00, for which send ine,
bv express, Anti Fat. I have taken one bot
tle and I lost five and one-quarter pounds."
Nearly all diseases that afflict humanity or
iginate in the stomach, liver or bowels, and
might be prevented if. people would use a lit
tle common sense but they will not. They
rather take Parson's Purgative Pills, because
owe is a dose.
Rheumatism is the most nainful and most
troublesome disease that afflicts humanity. It
comes when we least expect it and when we
have no time to be interviewed by it. The
only reliable remedy that we ever found is
Johnson's Anodym ninun,
Take on3 cup of butter sud lard melted to
gether, and one cup of New Orleans molasses
sfi into this one cup each of sugar and cold
vfcter, two l^rge teaspoonfuls ginger, two
er gs beaten, and four cups offlour,having in
three large teaspoonfuls DOOLET'S YEAST
POWDER. Bake in moderately hot oven,
Numerous foreign governments, as Bussia,
Cuba, 8iam, Japan, &c, have adopted the
Fairbanks standard Scales for Government
use, and in the last four years only, our own
government, in the post office, war and treas
ury departments, have bought over 11,000.
To cleanse and whiten the teeth, to sweeten
thebreath, use Brown's Camphorated Sapona
ceous Dentifrice. Twentv-fivR p.p.nts a bottle.
IMPOHTAKi a- Oi.'CK.JFarmera.Fam
lltes and Others can purchase no Reined) equal to Dr.
TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINIMENT for the cure of
Oholera, Dlarrhooea, Dysentary, Croup, Colio, and Sea
sickness taken internally(It Is perfectly harmless
see oath accompanying each bottle) and externally for
Chronic Rheumatism. Headache, Toothache, Sore
Throat, Cuts, BurnB, Swellings, Braises. Mosquito
Bites.o S res.Pains in the limbs back and Chest, lhe
VENETI NLINEMENT was introduced in 1874, and
no one who has used it but:
continues to do so m&n
statins that if it wrs ten dollars a bottle t^ey would
not be without it. Thousands of certificates can be
seen at the Depot soeaKing os its wooderlrl curative
properties. Soid by the Druggists at 4 0 cis, Depot 12
Murray Street, New York.
000,000 acres taken in four months by 85,000 people
Good climate, soil, water, and building stone. and good so
Cietj-. Address, S. J. Gilmore. Land Com'r. Salina, Kansas
A IUXGKY O MaHUfit-
See what it doasjw
Rose's Name Writing & Darn
ing Att a -hment for Hewing ma
coines-thelastgreitinventior. Marveous yet simple! A spec al
attachment for each kind of
machine ia ordering name the
machine. Price $1. Ask a!
ewing MachineR 1 r.l,, yf
Agent wanted .M.ROSE,.
Sun .ildintr. Np.w Vnrk.
8unBuilding Ne York
BOSTO N TEA1LWT,
Daily and "Weekly, Quarto,
The Largest, Cheapest and best Family Newspaper
in New England. Edited with special reference to tb*
varied tastes and requirements of the home circle. Al
the foreign and local news published promptly.
Daily Transcript, *l per annum, in advance.
Weekly 1S (5 copies to one address, P7,5
per annum, in advance.
8KW FOR AirPi,R C5Y
Is the Oid Reliable Concentrated Lye
FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING.
Directions accompanying each can for making Hard,
Soft and Toilet Soap, QUICKLY.
IT IS FULL WEIGHT AND STRENGTH.
The market is flooded with (so-called) Concentrated
Lye.which is adulterated with salt and rosin, and won't
SAVE MONEY, AND BUY THE
MADE BY THE
Pennsylvani Salt Manuf O
BBOXCHITIS, OEXICRAI. DEB1XITY,
HTPOPHOSPHITESFELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP
As this preparation is entirely different in its combi
nation and (-fleets from all other remedies called Hy
pophosphites, the publ care cautioned that the genu
ine has the name of Fel owsftCo blowo on he bot' te
The signature of the invt-ntor. James I Eel ova is writ
ten with red iak across each label, ad on (be ello
wrapper in water-mark, which is seen by holding the
paper beiore the light.
is adapted fo- diseases which are produced by loss of
rvous power and consequent muscular relaxation,
Consumption. Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough
Aph'tnia, ough.Nervo sness, Men'al Dei ression.Nen
raigia, E ileptic Kits, St. Vitus' Dance, Nervous De
bl ity, Chronic Diarrhoea, lieacorrhoea. Fever and
Ague, Marasmus, Dy pepsi t, Diphtheiettc Prostration
Diseases produced by overtaxing the Min by grief or
Anxiety, by Rap'd Growth, by Child-bearing, 4c, Ac
Gargling Oil Liniment
Hu uma Flesh.. .i
IS GOOD FOR
Buns and Scalds, Sprains and Bruises,
Chiblains, Frost Bites.Stringhalt, Windgalls,
Sr/atches or Grease, Foot Rot in Sheep,
Roup in Poultry,
Galls of all kinds,
Garget in Cows,
Foul Ulcers, arcy,
Abcess of the'Udder,'
Hemorrhoids or Piles,
Sore Nipples, ^5
Curb, Old Sores,
Weakness of the Joints
Contraction of Muscles.
Merchant's Gargling Oil is the standard
Liniment of the United States. Large size,
$t medium, 50c small, 35c. Small size for
family use, 25c. Manufactured at Lockport,
N. V., by Merchant's Gargling QU Company.
JOHJT HODGE, Sec*y.
month-Small salary while learning. Situation fnr
Unrivalled in Appearance.
Unparalleled in Simplicity.'
Unsurpassed, in Construction.
Unprecedented in Durability.
Unexcelled in Economy of Fuel.
MispteftihtHe BROAD CLAIM olMngtbe
VERY BEST OPERATIC,
Ever offered to the public.
MADE ONLY BY
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
Nos. 612,614,616A 618 tt. Main St.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Adam Decker, St. Paul,
120-PAGLCATALOGULFREE /a lkJiXi 1 i/tit iS I\IBUC,SUNDAY-SCHOOLS-HOME EHIBITION.
Awarded liijhssl prize at Centennial Exposition Tot
Une rJieising q:tzKlic? iurl excellence and lasting eiiaf
acter of sweetn-ring ami flavoring. Tho bsst tobb.~*c
ever made. As enr bI :o strip trade-mnrk is clojey
.nutated en inferior poods, pea that JacJcson's Beet
iu every plug. Sold 1-y r. dealers. Send for samola.
tree to A. .TACsso'rr & Co.. Hfrs.. Petersburg:.
NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES
at club rates. Time trouble and expense caved by sub
scribing through the Rocky Mountain Subscription
Agencv, which furn-'shes any pappr, (except local) pub
ithed ia the United States Musical inttruments,sew
'ng machines of all kinds, chromos. frames, sewiDg ma
chine needles nd attachments at reduced prices. I
will also furnish Books of all kirn sat lo A est prices.
a specialty. Don't fail ta write at once for our circulars.
Ageiits can make big money. Address
JAMES TORRENS. Evans. Co'o.
MAKE HENS LAY.
An English Veterinary Surgeon and Ohemist how
travelii'gin this country, says that most of the Horre
and Oattle Powders here are worthless trash. He
!-ays that SheriMan's Condition Powders are a solute]
pure, and immensely valuable Nothing on earth wil
make hens lay line Sheridan's Condition Powders. Dose
one teaspoonful to one pint food.
Sent by mall for eight letter stamps.
I. S. JOHNSON A CO.,
Daily and Weekly.
THE DAILY GLOBE
Is a Mornins Paper,
Containing Full Associated Press Dispatches
and all the News of the dav. It is sent by
mail postpaid, without the Sunday edition,
(Six Papers per Week) for .s
With the Sunday Edition (Seven Papen
70 Cents Per Month.
iArBeit and Beat Paper In the State.
ON E DOLLA PE YEAR
The WEEKLY GLOBE is an Eight-Page
Paper, Seven Columns to the Page, making
a Sheet of Fifty-Six Columns,
It has Full Market BeportB.^hlcC?
8A.M:PXJS COIlJrDS "WTZEEEL
f^Address, r^%S f*i
I H. P, HALL, Publisher,
c/ ?ir MJ St. PauL Minn.
to Mak It- Km, A*m*
60 CO *U Lotus N
ForTwoDollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER Eighteen Months to any address,
Postpaid, This is a rare opportunity to obtain
a valuable Family Paper for along subscrim
tion period at a price which is quite nominal.
ForTwo Dollars wewill send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and an elegant
setof COKALOID JEWEXBT, consisting of Breast
Pin, Ear-Rings, and Cuff-Pins. These are
new and Very handsome, and are an excellent'
imitation of genuine cords. Parties receiving
them will not be dUcopointed.
For Two Dollars we will sendTHE CHICAGO
LEDGER Six MONTHS, Postpaid, and an ele-
gant NlCKEL-PliATED, ENGLIBH STEEL BABBEI
AND CYLINDER, SEVEN-SHOT REVOLVER. This
Revolver is first-class in every particular, and
cannot be bought at retail for less than $5.00.
It will be sent by mail, postage paid.,and war
ranted perfect. If
ForTwo Dollars wevail send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a copy of
"THE FARMER'S FBTEND AND CALOOXATOB," the
most useful book ever written for farmers.'
For Two Dollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and five beauti
ful CHROMOSsize from 14x20 to 20x27 Our
stock of Chromos is limited, and those wishing
to take advantage of .the above offer should
remit at once.
For Two Dollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a copy of
"THE HOXB GUIDE," a book of 160 pages,
neatly bound in cloth, containing 1,000 practi
cal recipes and bints on Cookery, The House
hold, The Toilet, The Sick-Boom, Ac. This
book contains an unlimited amount of informa
tion which cannot be found in many of^the
For Two Dollarswe win send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a beautiful
ly-bound volume of Dickens' Little Folks, en
titled Sanxs." The retail price of ibis book
at any bookstore is tl.00.
For Two DollarswewillsendTHE CHICAGO
LEDGES one year, Postpaid, and an elegant
SIX-BIASED POCKET Exm, the retail price of
which is tl.25.
DTER & HOWARD
69 East Third Street, Saint Paul.
Wemake speclel oilis In low prloesandeasy payment*
on Pianos and Organs from oar
During the SUte ir at St Paul,
and see the bargains!
$ 1 0 8
above-named articles wflT be
sent, Postpaid, together with the paper as
above stated, toanyaddress, on receiptof 92.00
%nd we warrant them all as represented.
THE LEDGER* Chicago, UL
Don't fail to call,
BBOWN'6 BBOXOHIAI.1TBOOHKB foV Cougtts and Cold
$6 a day canvassing for" Nassau Delight.'
roflt. ample free. Fred Jooes.Nas au,N.X".:i,
812a week with oar popular Books,BibleB,Onro r.\
tpuVmoa&Mapa. GoodepeeoVBPab'gHonea, Chicago
EAP6V8. Illustrated Cat)
dress Great Western Gun Works.
Illustrate Catalogue free.
a day to Agents to sell a Household Artijie.
Address Buckeye Bf'g Co,, atari*,., Ohio.
fi (XT T\ WATCHffhXETO CARD AGENTS. Send SO.,
VJUJJi/stampto M. JB. AKCUKK, Troy, N.
Somethi' New foe Agents.n "e"fflfawor
year, to begi at
0*788, New York
wanted in every villagef.o Address.
lif A MTCII
WW Mil I
once. Salary fair Business first class.
FA Y.With Stencil Outfits. What costs*
ots. sells rapidly tor 50 cts. Catalogue free. S.
XL. SPKNOEB, 112 Wash'nat,.Bo6tOLi, Mass.. BIG $7A
DA'S to Agents canvassing for the Ctrci
slde Tiititor. Terms and outfit free. Ad
dress P, O.VICKEBY, Augusta, Maino
O Sewing Machine Needles for any machine as
i by mail on receipt of S5 cents. Address B.
ALMY. St. Paul, Minn.
Our Elegant case of PerfSmes, retail price $1.50, will
be sent free uot i ot 5th, to one person in each family
on receip of 15 cents for postage. Alios LAWSON,
Chemist. B'nghfimpton, N, Y.
retail price $28U only $65. PI ANOS
A retail price $510 only $135. Oreat
bargains. BEATTY.Washing on.NuJ
One Price Olpih-
lag Store, Mintt
tplU lUtplUUU fortunes every month Boo .seat
tree explaining everything
Address BAXTER 4 CO., Bau^ers' 17 Wall St., N. V.
invested in Wall street Stocks makes
fortunes every month. Bo
Ufu VV'ili .^^nil 1 sat for. 50c, or 3 sets for. $1,of
t f 111 r?Il ou patent tit el Wire and .Sil
ver MetalicViplin, Guitar aid Banjo Strings to any
one wishi the agency, ihey are warrantoJ and will
not rust. Also 1 piece for 30c, or 5 pinces for $l,tf our
new Brass Baud and Ore estra, Musicall parts com
plete-best in market. HvxLBtRTBBOs Marshalltown,Ia.
$1,500 to ^3,000 A IEAR
A new business for every County and town. Suitable
for Agents and dealers of all kinds Only $50 capital
needed. Easy, pleasant, permanent and respectable.
Address J. B. OH A 1'MAN, Madison. Ind.
r* I Snt I? O CAS BJS f-PT CiAf KTT
vlUCn as ..ilea pressed dWCCiC I
for yrars, or fer^entati can be arrested at any de
Bired stage by using Ford's ew Preservative Ma
terial for 3 bblstjOcts for 7 bbls. $1. Sent by ma wltu
full directions for use a. ow clean old barrels,
bole ti.anuf *ctu t-r, Krank Ford, Ra enna. Ohio.
saBrmnarF^rtNdvelliBsnoliam'Dnv/yP4-+4A(\~-m Illustrated v.ataiogue& UUvXivJkA66 application to
J, H. BUFFOBD'S SO*S, Manufacturing Publishers,
1 41 to 147 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass.
Established nearly fifty years.
LightDiDg Letter Writer.
A fac-sirnile copy ma'e while writing original. No ex
tra work. Cheapest in use. Send ior circulars. Every
business an wants it. A j nta sell them at sight
For territory and rates address CUAS. JTOE 4b
CO Kot-kf rd ill.
PamoiiR'o Pars ttv Pill* make New Rich
ood, and will completely change the blood in the en
tire system in three months. Any person who will
take 1 pill each eight from 1 to 12 weeks may.be ra
i-tored to sound health, if suca a thin4- be posit
ble. I. s. JOHNSON SON 4 Ce., Bangor. Main*.
GKAUE S SALVE
JONKSVILLB, Mich., Deo. 57,1877.Messrs. Fowls*
I sent yon 50 cents for two boxes of Grace's Salve,
have had two and have nsed them on an nicer on my
foot, and It is almost well. Respectfully yours,
O.J. VAN Nasi.
Price *5 cents a box at all druggists, or sent by mall
on receipt of 85 cento. Prepared by SKTH. W.
FO WLK* SOJIl*. 86 Harrison Are.. Boston.Mass
DB. CRAIG'S KDNEY CUBE!
THE GBKAT KKBKDV FOB
ALU KlVBfXrr DISK ASKS I
Refer b. specia to Rev. Dr. J. E. Rankin,
A-,'..* T. Heston, M. A Newton,
Bucks Co., Joan L. .per, eq Norfolk, Va. Dr
J. H. White, 417 Fourth Ave Ne^. York ,Dr. O. A.
Dean, Charlotte, N.\. Hon. 0. B. Parsons,' present
Mayor uf Rochester, N.Y Ask your druggist. Send
for pampitlet and audress 1 CUAIO, A%
7tVHiitSITirPl.ACB, XKXV YORK.
The Great Fattening Remedy and Bleod
greatest medical discovery of the age. for
ducingthe healthy adipose eecwic-s "ddaf
tg all w'-'it' the body.
It will speedilylnceaso healthy fl shaj i musclp. It
will increase the vital power. It will stop tendency to
ema iation. It will give an app-tite It ill regener
ate the hole system. It vitauz the blood, supply
ing such ingredients ai may be required. It pramotes
Igor In the organawhich dene^d for the health on
the involuntary muscular action, vis.: the Liver,
Lungs, Heart, Stomach and Oenitaie. It will cure
Consumption. It will cure Fever and Ague, General
Debility and Nervous Prostration.
And endless chain of good effects follows the use of
Dr. Judge's ANTI-LEA N, and ne are safe in sayins
from a l"'ngexperience'In medinfne, its virtuesure hot
posResced by any other combination. This has been
used in my pactlce for year*, aud has not in a stogie
Instance fai ed when used as directed It will fill A
ant lone felt, there never having ba*n an article of
this kiod before offe ed to the public
It has betsn demonstrated, and proved beyond all
mbt, that on a st-morte extminatlon of different
persons advanced in life, aud who have died fr. man
affection of some other organic disease than Con ump
ti n,that at certain per ods of life they were afflicted
with tuberculosis or pulmonary nsumntion, and have
recovered by an increase of adpo- tlssuoi o- fl sh,
and consequently formed a cicatrix in the long, and
arres ed all tubercular depo^lr, and saving the haalthy
tlssae und mucous membraije of the lungs has le
htored thousands who bave lived bo a good old age.
PrcaSa.SOperbjttle. For saje by all dru^glsta, j
or sent by express on r- ceipt of price
Jl fr 4b CO., Proprietor u*?t::
9vBeach .ret )t.tto Wan*.
St.P.S. U. JZ77.
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