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HT ANTHONY 15. ASDKnSOS.
Yo.tf T-lk.' rVo.r-1.
I'd like to know If -tars are really worlds
Mamma told me 10 lat night;
And every one that twinkles In the sky
Glows with beauty, warmth and llghtl
The moon, she laid, was one great turning
Cold and dark and bleak and bare;
It teems so strange and queer to think of It
'TIs not fair and brlfrht up there I
I'm sure the moon mutt be a lovely boat,
Grandly sailing o'er a sea;
lis filled with treasures rare and sacks of
That a young prince brings to me I
Bright sides of silver has my fairy boat,
Moonbcanvosrs that gleam and shine;
I think I tear my fair prince sing for me,
(Cricket voice so clear and fine I)
Or else the moon's a graceful Illy on
DcfF-blue depths of upper sea;
And every star must be a daisy face,
8mlllng, nodding unto met
The Gnmo ol'ItcTcrHC I.crnlinsrH.
"l'vo biought a Hst of words," ro
marked tho ovor holplul KUty, "and I'll
conv otTsomo for each of you. Thon
you'll think of otbors, and It won't bo
so hard to join thorn together."
Paper and pencils woro produced, and
after much questioning and sevoral
whispered consultations with Kitty Co
lumbo, deop sllonco (oil upon tho
'Can wo uso tho character '&' for
andP" at last Inquired Davy Earl.
'Oh, yest I forgot to toll you that
And another thing, you can put lottcrs
at tho end of a scutenco for signature,
If you like, and In tho rovers, thoy can
bo read tho samo as other letters."
Llttlo Reuben Hnpgood, who had
como and sat auletlv down by tho bed
side, with a slato and pcncllo, was tho
first to complete a sentence.
"See here! look a-horot l'vo got onol
Selim'a oyo smiles.' Won't that do
'I guess Kitty helped you," said his
Rubo stoutly maintained that Kitty
and ho put tho
a men KxrKitiKacE.
Wlint n Prominent anil Well
Known Hew York PhyMlcInn
'A'olil it Heportcr.
Tho boys woro very quiet all dinner ly $ Mm on wr.(l;
ime. Mrs.Earl'wonderedat tho un- " ' n a by h to self.
. ... L... ......1 n.nnna "Hurrah!" called Ed
usual sllonco, but asked no questions,
wlsoly bldlne hor tlmo for tho oxplann
tlon. Tho secret camo out as tho nap'
Edward Earl, from
tho table, "l'vo raised Cain seo It I
havo not, thanks to one little hint you
kins were folded and tho chairs pushed Kvo mo, Kitty. Hero It Is: 'Cain a
Kins were ioiu.u mm - monomaniac' Just tho samo backword
away from tho table
nwli otb s ntcrnoon. it s roni uimv
greeeblo to sit three or four hours poked
up in that dull room, anu oauiruii. m
tcrnoon , too . Now mother, if you were
a boy wouldn't you say It was dull, ovon
if you wcro over so sorry for tho Hap-
"Lot mo think," mamma answered,
musingly. "How did I do when I was
a boy f Oh, I rcmombor. When 1 was
oqVnri in rm nnd soond a fow hours with
tmn nnnr llttlo follows who hud been to spell Will with ay," said Kitty
confined to a room for six weeks ono I havo somowhero seen
m. ri,mimat!sni and the other with a way a fow times."
sprained anklo-I used to cheerfully, Tho "foreign girl's" decision was, of
oven on a Saturday, because I expected courso, final.
to havo a good tlmo, not a dull tlmo, iiivo got one!" cried Davy Earl,
and I contrived to havo a nlco gamo, or wnving his pencil. "It Is tho best I
entertaining book, or somo enigmas or coum (i0 n is a hotel-keeper's orders
That accounts lor his killing poor
Abel," said Mary Hayes.
"All keep still now and work away,"
advised KUty Columbo, and another sl
"Listen, all. 'Wyll of Warsaw's
rolgn nt Anglers was raw folly. W."
It was Newton Hapgood this tirao,
and tho others clapped their hands and
I don't know whether It Is allowable
till KevelMlons Upon a Subject of Vital
Interest to All.
The experience of any one of education
and learning extending over a long period pi
time must necessarily be valuable, and while
no two experiences In this world are alike,
there Is such a similarity between them as to
render one which Is rich In valuable facts of
benefit to all. America's greatest oralor de
clared that he knew of no way of Judging the
future but by the past; and past personal ex
perience Is of tho name nature as that history
which repeats Itself.
A representative of this paper white Inline
Ing In the lobbv of a prominent New York
hotel, met a gentleman whom he had known
years before In the city of Detroit, but
whom he had not seen before for
a number of years. When the knight
of the nulll had last fcen this gen
tleman, he was glvlrg his cnttro time and at
tention to an extensive medical practice, anil
was on the crest of the wave of popularity.
From Detroit he removed to New Tork where
he could find a more extensive field for his
talents and experiences. Although several
years had passed, the doctor's physical condi
tion had evidently vcrv much Improved, for
he was looking much better than when the
roan of news had last seen hlrr. After some
general talk, the doctor fell Into an easy train
of conversation and uttered sornfi truths so
scientific and valuable, as to Justify their re
production In print. , ,
"Yes," said the doctor, "I have Improved
In health since you If st saw me and I hope
also In many other ways. One thlny, how
ever, I have succeeded In doing, and It I;
one of tho hardest things for any one, and
especially a doctor, to do and that Is I have
overcome my prejudices. You know
dnro m anme neoolo who prefer to
remain in the wrong rather than acknowl
edge the manifest right. Such preju
i.,i. n iiinrr nt thn worst orucr. anil
of precisely the same nature as characterized
the sixteenth century when people were burn;
.i .1 ii.n.i.tn. 'mv I am u nhvslclnn and
of tho 'old school' order, too; but I have, af
ter years of experience and observation, comi
to thu conclusion that truth U the highest of
ii i,inrr nn.l thnt If tin luillce or tilntry
stand In the way of truth, so much the wow move
for them they are certain to be cruhed iiiillll
Too Fond of Tho Ilottlc.
Awblto fantall plgoon lived with his
family In a plgcon-holo in our stablo-
yard. Ho and his wlfo had boon
brought originally from Sussex, and
had lived, rospocted and admired, to
seo their children of tho third gonera.
atlon, when ho suddonly bocamo tho
victim of tho Infatuation I am about to
describe. No eccentricity
whatovcr was remarked In his conduct
until ono day I chanced to pick up
somowhero in tho gardon a ginger-beor
bottlo of tho ordinary brown-stono tils-
crlptlpn. I flung It Into tho yard,
wheio It loll Immediately below the
pigeon house. That instant down How
paterfamilias, and to my no small as
tonishmcnt commenced a series of
genuflexions, evidently doing homage
to tho bottle. Ho strutted round and
round it, bowing and cooing and per
foi mtn tho utmost ludicrous antics I
over beheld on tho part of an enamored
pigeon. Nor did ho ceaso
theso porlormances until wo removed
tho bottlo; what proved that this singu
lar aberration of instinct had bocomo a
fixed delusion was this, whenever tho
bottlo was thrown or placed in the
yard no matter whether it lay horizon
tally or was placed upright tho same
ridiculous sccno was enacted; at that
moment tho pigeon camo Hying down
with qulto ns much nlacrlty as when
his pens wero thrown out lor his din
nor, to contintto Ids nntlccs as long ns
tho bottlo remained there. Sometimes
this would go on for hours, tho other
members of his fnmily treating his
movements with tho iiiostcontoraptiioii.
.!.... tl,.,,- nr.. port. lit! TO CI! CrUMIPII 1 I II 1 1 1 1 1 lin'MCI". linil IHKllll. II" IIUMUU
IU1 I V. T . . . . --- , . . .I- .. .
sooner or later. Why, when iKnewynuin whntuvcr of tliobottlc. At lustlt Uceamo
Detroit, I would have no sooner thought r reui(ir amusement with which ho
violating the code of eth os lad dowr , h tho W visitors, to suo this
!'e".'i?:"tVr a SShi s Uilsiil nmklntr lovo to tho in-
mv hand. Now, however, I prcscrlbp and aif terestlnir oliiuet ot his affections, and It
vise thoso things which I believe to uc auapi- entertainment
ed to cure, amiwnicn my FnC,M ",... M.rnin.hmit that summer at
least. Before nixt summer camo round
clan to talk, Is It not. doctorl" ... ho was no more
"Certainly It Is. 11 is way oui'i-e ui u
code of ethics, but. I have grown far beyond
the code. 1 nave an i can uuu m... ...
Postaco stamps aro great travoicr?,
iiu mil) uu. tnn code. i nave an a-- n-' . . -- .
It mQlied that determined to be honest with my patients and and yet tho majority ol them aro found
.polled that rr, ,, c,)rncr.
puzzles to mako tho tlmo pass pleas
"But mother," said tho elder boy,
everything is exhausted. They've
played nil tho stillgamoswo boys know,
and read books and magazines till thoy
aro tired of them. And thoy havo had
rabbits carried into them, and guinea
for ronalrs. 'Stovon V. Moor. Level
and repapor room. V. N. Evets.' "
It was now Georgo Hapgood's turn,
but as ho was not qulto ready Mary
Hayes volunteered a sentence.
O. C. Cabot sleeps in Ned's tubs,
but S. Dennis peels tobacco."
every day, somo or. mem ru-t.im k v"-"-inedfclncs,
which would render me liable to
expulsion from the medical fraternity, but 1
.! m.ii. in.iifTprpnt to their laws."
"Arc the medical fraternity of the country
combined against proprietary medicines, doc-
'f.'r Lki. on.i I iii ttdlrlcnt cround fir
extu slon from any medical society In the So 'iVrrwoik -rY.ut. d.'sW K1'CUW'''J T
ever.no m-ii-r u . " dniKiiiaia,
t iiiuiwinulii. tinrvmH tirni
lr "tin. .11 furiuf "iVj'T.! .1- I.OUr r- nev,.! I,y
f:V.',T.kT Vi " 'ra KWt Tesf. .Mil contain. I.loo 1-
tnnlclnir. foici-KcnTtlnz. a- 1 r inisinini nn"'
tttK-ii i luvuluabV In, nil fnfwWM comllllonj,
...i. ....i. no niiv.ir. Ktis are usirir every
day. You seu the code Is established and sus
tained by old physicians like myself, who
make the rules and Insist upon their enforce
ment In order to keep the younger i loctorg
from obtaining a foothold and encroach ng
up n the already established practice of the
oMeroncs. This is largely the reason why
young physicians have such a mm timooi ii,
they are fettered by the code, and have only
"Mv troodness! You don't mean to
plga and canary birds; and every kind sa tljat jmo ig th0 same backward as their personal Influence.to depend upon in sc-
. . . ..i IVI.,,1 nnn rtrn I . .... pnrtnir nractlce.''
Ot a puzzio is wuru ui, rorwarar" "How did you come to get such nercucai
m-i..r.l..ll.intl i i. .i i.i il,.T. .lnptnrl"
iduuui iuuu. "Kmrnlnn it vourscn. anil see. 3am i -uv..:. . " .
At this moment Kitty Columbo camo handinff over tho paper.
In. Kitty wa3 tho auoptcu cnua oi iuu
minister or tho parish.'brought lrom tho
island of Fayal, when sho was a woo
thing, by tho minister's young wife,
who, for tho sake of her health, had
spont a winter on that notablo island
ten or twelve years boforo. Kitty Co
lumbo was an orpan, but thoro was a
. i ! i.n fnmtitr wlmrn her present
icguuu m y - , man
woro tho honors heaped upon her.
Now for Georgio Hapgood's.
"E. Morton. Artamus Rof & Delia
sailed, & lor Sumatra, not Rome."
Another chorus of cheers and then a
little eood-natured criticism.
"1 should like to know what country-
Artamus Roi was," saiil Davy
Two Irishmen woro In prison ono for
stealing a cow, tho other for stealing a
watch. "Hullo, Miko, anu suro wuav
o'clock is it?" Said tho cow stealer,
'l'vo no timc-pieco handy, but suppose
it's just about milking tlmo."
Buy the Philadelphia Lawn Mower,
Thin u thn bo9t machlno for tho pur-
Oh?thev e th- rctult of my experience pogo in tho market, and tho best ever
anrl ntiKfrvallon. 1 uuuiiiivu j InrnnlnC. 1JO nov uuv iniy uvuui uinn
von have seen tills, moy aro mauo oi
iiliVnrf.nt sizes, to suit tho cloniaiuls ol
u,n nvirifnt.. hut nil Havo too same ccar
ins:, adapting them to work easily and
T in "Uitv mowor is u buiihi
ana 0Dserviiu- uw...j- ,,:.:".,
It proved entirely correct and great rKRTH'itoH
..' -.rMBn hd failed to relieve me.
Why. I was so badly oft with a compll:atlon
of troubles, including dyspepsia, and const
queutly Imperfect kidneys and liver, that I
7e.re.ll should have toclve wmTPWce.
For more than a month 1 could not sit down
or get up without thu mostintens o agony, and
I was sutfcrlng all tho while. Some one ad
vised me to gooutof Hie regular cnanneia aim
!io inrc.ult ni' trrass Plow, sucxi as aro
...mi in nitv vnrds. too small to war
rant tho purchase of moro expensive
machines. Tho "Philadelphia" Is tho
friends first found hor to tho effect that E
sho was a great-granuaugiuer, B h(j ft
times romovcu, or, u j - , or possibly a Russian; ho wasn't
descendant of Christopher Columbus, b vlss or poss y
yUl klVi..!.- ' ......
.1.1 .n Wllft niLniTl!LUUI Vl" P"S ' IllVtll V 11 It ll'l
I Ifowever. I did oulctly begin trying the rst nrZOi The horso
edv. bull promise you I said notning 10 . . ... , f, ro()
brother physlclatis, or even to mj .ami , - . .
Iii .f '.nioi PTr.i.flence I never saw sunt. Hirht horse. 350 lbs,
Don't Pour Alcohol on the Fire,
And don't take anything that has alcohol In
It to help Inflamed kidneys. Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Curo Is purely vegetable,
and acta directly upon the kidneys and llvgr.
ki:mci)i:i ku.vi iJati.
William J. Coughlln, of Bomervlllc, Mass.
says; In tho fall of 1370 1 was taken with a
violent bleeding of the lungs followed by a
severe cough. I soon began to lose my appe
tite and flesh. I was so weak at ono time that
I could not leave my bed. In the summer or
1S77 I was admitted to the City Hospital.
While there the doctors said I had a bole in
my left lung as big as a bait uoiiar.
I was so far gone at one time a report
went around that I was dead. 1 gave up
hope, but a friend told mo of Dr. Wm. Hall's
Balsam for the Lungs. I laughed at my
friends, thinking that my case was Incurable,
but I got a bottle to satisfy them, when to my
surprise and gratification, I commenced to feel
better. My nope, once dead, began to revive.
"I wr to this, so that every one alllictedwlth
i1lseacd lungs will be Induced to take Dr.
Wm. Hall's llalsam for thcl.ungs, and be con
vinced that Consumption can ba cured.
Sold by druggists
All rcsncctal'le dca era sell Frazcr axlo
grease b-causc It is the genuine and gives per
Ucn.Tlohn A. l)gnn,
Ifero of the late war and now United States
Senator from Illinois, writes! "Some years
ago I was troubled moro or less with the rneu-
.1 . .1 V. ... I .. I l,n ln.1 vna trt
lUtltLBIll, UUU UU nillllU .UG I", ivn. ... tr
suffered Intensely with the same disease. I
began to taKO -uurang'S iincumauc iicmcuy,
and am thoroughly satisfied that I have been
permanently cured by Its use. I do not hesl-
to to rccommemi h w an puui'rura."
Use Heading's Kustta saive Cuts, Burns.
"IsnionSTiov. You havo tried everything
for It and found no help. We are no doctors,
but can olfer a prescription that has cured
i cry many, and It might cure you as wen; it
will cost but a quarter of a dollar, and can be
had at any Druggist's. , Ask for I'erry Davis
A I'arnior'M Opinion.
A Michigan farmer writes that ho was
completely cured of n very bad caso ol
IKtm I... nrktt l.nv It t.nl-1 nn' a A Mltpn Rnl tffl.
Nothlnc on earth is so suro a cure. Sold
bv all DruoreisiH at 25 cts.
A Good Family Remedy t
HAPMLESS TO THE MOST DELICATE,
(Tlit. cnRravtnK rcprearnt. the Lungs In a hctltliy
What the Doctors Say,
ISAAC K. I10K AN, t. 1).. of l.o(jn Co.. Ohio,
wrlttii. tht"All-irM Iimic HnlNiiiii"(!lv(i
Perfect tlfitlon In every cum wlihtn tny knuwl
i-Afn. llavtuRCinnilrncolntr, I frct-ly uie It In my
ualiy frftciicc, icuwiin unuvunutu u..i.vii.
Tilt. FLKTCI1EK. of I.fXlnBton. M'iiom.. urn
"I reoonimcnil your ' IIiUnhiii' In pntcrence to
anyolhvr lueillclce ror tougm ntucc-
ni A r innvcrtV nt Ml. Wrfiftn. Ilia.. WrltPI
of tome wondorfiil curra of JoiiMUiinitlii In
hla plan- by the uieof .Vllon'H ltiiitcISnl
KOR ALL niK Or TIIK TllBOiT, LCKOI AND
l'L'LMOX AttY 0RUAM8. IT WILL B fOU0 A MOT
AS AN KXl'EC.TOItANTlT HAS NO KOIJAI..
IT CONTAINS NO Ol'lUM IN ANY FORM.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
a. . i. AIV tlm uvnnlr nf n
r 1 . f nt o : then they discovered that
opauioii diiii n -"
r ,in nA This rumor, which every
.U"J " .i.'i...i.Mir Artemus.
her cloar brown skin and largo, iimpiu
anythnir operate so rapldlv or o ettectvMj
as that did. I owe my health to day, and tor
ii t i..n mviifp lao to the remedy known
.. . . r.i .1 I lr.l'i.ro That
II .Uni. H hnnn V , I, ,1 I II B U A.n.r'..IP Kl 1 ll'l IUU UI.L. wu.v. - -
was ail wrong, suumu u.. :vi nAtnt with me. and mvpreju.
nOWUVCl, iuu vuimui., n
arm rnnllr did sufffrcst a southern
gin, made hor 'an object of llvoly inter
est with tho kindly people among whom
her lot was cast. "Tho foreign child"
sho was dubbed by hor schoolmates,
nd Immense eclat It gavo to her.
A very bright and winning child was
Kitty Columbo, and as sho camo skip
ping Into Mrs. Earl' a dining-room, with
black curls dancing and bright oyes
sparkling, tho boys felt in tho furthest
,r thnlr ehoered-UD hearts that
hero was their aid and their inspira
dcsplto that small blemish, was a capl
Now for Kitty Columbo.
'A coup d'etat saved Mr. Otsdam,
as n mad storm devastated Puoca.'
I'uoca Is supposed to bo a city In Moxl
try remedy that wMbecnmlng . vor mul,0 im, ,
for the remarKanieciir.rr y,"t::"iJVJ.if i,.i 1,. nttnltifiil tho
with shafts and
$120. 30 Inch.
with shafts and seat, light Horse, -lou
lli. S100. aro deslrablo macuines lor
All olnor mowers oi any ymuu mu
under a Hconso granted oy uw
manufacturers of tho "I'nilauoipnia.'
Ti i nmnnili nml linnilMflll
JJed all theleadlngoropriaaryme, tc.nesu aj " . " ! 1 . Q upMt.aelphh." which
are maue. mauj "i - v ' ' J p. . ......
useless, being compounuea simpiy '""; pesseses an mo leamira "i v;.v.
with a little flavoring. A vast majority of F mnnnr. nnd Is rnnldlv taklne tho
them all, however, I found made w ol pre- . f n U ow Atl 8izes nd styles
EVERY MOI.llir.lt illnaMnl In ltnu of duly ty
wi'iiiul, dlai-nr. or Injury. Is i nltlle l topenalon.
I-K.n'nio ,h I .a'lttiAHKH-Manv arB draw
Inir leaaUiiiiirulltli'd to.-Tlioiiaaiidmf Helra entlilivl
to IVn. i.n" id lloiinly-KK.IK!rKi OAHES
re-p.nvd.-AllAXlONKI OAME ,tlllllljrt.-
Oiinipaor I.ONtj)iciinrKi'a ouiaincu. uiauiia ui t;
crv ili'acrlmliin nruaoculcil. 1-nleiita i-rocureu.
d ccs faded very rapuiiyaiieriuui,.v..u book... uuut
, you. I went to reading extensively ami u
' r.in mnrn eitcmtvelv. and I suppose I anal-
found only two that contaroea aoBoimciy
harmful IngrpaientR and then In wry 1 1 Rbt !
j n need we nrc uicftnumi, "'"n"
ill.. iriiiv niiiioil tnllh n ru?(nl!n I . n -. ( I a
' f t;;',Y that have more deleterious roatttr
in her oyoj "and Mr. Otsdam was a for- f""ftr?tliey Tad. After dlscoverlmr this, I
oien consul or minister, or somoining. saia to tnysen: wi j ' ","
That's tho way ho camo to save himself
by a coup d'etat."
So thoy laughed and chatted over tho
"perverse" readings, as llube called
thorn, until suppor was ready and tho
dusk eamo creoplng In."
"It's boon a splendid tlmo," said tho
i 'i... t,J nroi,iipnii ncalnat those nrescrlo-
tlone which they are writing every day, s rap y
...,... i,bu are nut uo by wholesale
and are sold with a government stamp
on the wrapper. I saw its manifest
absurdity aHd resolved that I would be
y. if nn inncrpr. Since that time I
have prescribed proprietary remedies nearly
-i i m ranticn. nnd I have no rea
son to regret having done so. Why, only a
few daysVo I advised . . lady who , wa
...tfi. in ti. t f Hott nnnn. I " . - - . . i .
Itniuywmsu mu. --, , -' ...,,,,,, th0 ood nihts wcro suffering irom a seno .
with ono voice, ana Kitty Lconsenteu. " nltn " we've whlch
r , , mrinc .nd he is nearly wen; tne pain
had for weeks." ,n.i ipfUmatlonare all gone.and shelsaround
........i nr..ha,re Tin ritrht in tne meaicai
fraternity to elt back and declare tberolsno
such thing as improvement or advancement,
or that we have a monopoly of the remedies
and &aid sho would take Mary Hayes
along with her, becauso sho was -so
quick at catohlng things."
It was anything but a dull company
that gathoiod, half an hour later, in tho
room of tho young invalids, Georgo and
Mnwtnn Htineood. When the sufforlng
7. x. . ii o ,iw inn-ilrnd after and sovoro injury to ray back, by falling every year from supposed tyi
limbs had been duly inqairea alter, nnu J sham edco of a marbV; matlsm or other complaints,
seeped at behind tho bandages, and KJ ' 0 StZ it at lea? 'rom trichina and the , re,
Mrs. Hapgood had said how very kind
arnrW na rnnrosented When tirODOriV
managed. When ordering- machines
mention width of out and stylo.
Tho Patentees nnd Manuiacturcrs,
aro Gkahaji. Emlkn & Passmohb, 031
Market St., Philadelphia.
Aconts for its salo may uo lounu m
all tho principal cltio3 and towns.
"Look hcio," said Mr. Spilklnsto his
wlfo, "you ought to have somo nnu
brandy in the house to cure my sickness
at mv stomach." "That's whero you
ro mist akon," responded too goou lauy
'vou would bo slek at your stomach ton
iimix n. dnv If there was an aienoiio
remedy for It In tho house."
"1'hU ti7ufihia by Mr. Wm. Will,
1613 Franklord Ave., Philadelphia,
Pa.: Some tlmo slnco I received n
-n -w-v I 1m TTflllNit.
a.v .ia tii "ltTOeh onltata." 1 clean out
rata. mice, uea bub', Wfn.. 'VA.i tit i Cra n
inappta. 15c ner iiox. Mllcliell, Ilartieu a. train,
A Gorman was In a room with a dozen
it was of tho children to icavo vuuu
outdoor spbrts and como and sit with
her two lonesomo chicks, tho question
began to loom up: "What shall we
doP Sit with folded hands and talk
like a Sunday school until teatimo? Oh,
I know something," said Kitty Co
lumbo, "If Nowt and Georgo can hold
pencils and wrlto a llttlo."
Of courso wo can," said both tho
invalids. "IsitaplayP Is It a gamo?
Did you invent it, Kitty?''
HMnvbo sho discovered It as hor
a halt-Inch, and leaving a very palnfal
wound. Alter sullering lor a time, 1
concluded to apply St. Jacobs Oil, and
nm nlonsnd to sav. that tho results ex
ceeded my expectations. It spoedily,
allayed all pain and swelling ami oy
continued uso, tuado a perfect curo. I
really think It tho most efficacious lini
ment I ovor used.
Corr. Springfield. Ilepuli.lcan. Z. '
Tho Bonapartos aro very popular In
Washlncton. Thov occupy a houso
next to tho Chineso Logation, faoing on
Farragut Square, which thoy havo o'..1
worts ot art
nl.lnl. natllrn haa irtven to mankind. There are
creat changes going on in every department
of life and there aro great developments in
,nino a. well. Thousands of Dcoolo die
every year from supposed typhoid fever, rheu- t,(jr 0(iccrg( trying to sleep, but was
IB Wit cm icaiM ibia ... a irt . HaH
result from eatlne kont awako by their terrific snoring.
poorly cooVcd diseased pork. A vst majority Afc j t ol tho Bnorers, who had
bf all diseases arse from Imperfect kidneys .... . ,,,,
ti, n- wnmoa r no-PRd. and its haan HiinUInc tho bulltllnET for nail an
or livci . . , . . . , , , I " - n
norklsthrownupontueKiuDcyajiucy t nn(l 8loppoa snon
' n . . . ... . .
rlohod with many raro
creat uranduapa did America," said brought fiom Paris, and thoy also
Davy Earl.) "Is it a fufiny game, brought their servants with them. Ho is
it's an 'exerciso.' it's oniy
thoyf may bo lunny or
a grandson of Mrs. Patterson, whos
marrlarro with deromo uonapano was
brokon by Napoleon, and ho rosomblos,
hln meat unclo's portraits, bho is a
not, as you mako them. You aro to granddaugbetr of Daniel Webster, and
mako sentences which will read tho wasa WOalthy widow-Mrs. Eaton
samo backward as forward, or, If not whorColonol Bonaparto married hor.
tho. samo, will at least mako sensowhen sho has half tho jowols glvln by Joromo
road baokward. Of courso it mu bo bonaparto to kor husband's grand
real trood sense." mothor, and many curious artlclos that
You mean.it must bo intolllglblo," bolongod to hor grandfather. Tholr
interposed Mrs. Hapgood, who, from son wju S00n enter West Point as a
her sowing chair by ttio wmuow, was Cft(i0t.
an Interested listener,
"Yes, ma'am," said Kitty.
"Oh we'll novor bo ablo to do It,"
cried all in concert.
"I know ono word that's Hannah,"
aaldMary HayQSj "and there's Otto
that is auothor."
cnaniDcrioargair.;ui:ri". , ,.
Alter vainly spending Ave hundred
dollars for other roracdios to relievo my
wlfo, I havo ho hesitation in ueeiarwi;
that St. Jacobs Oil will curo Nouralgla,
says M. V. B. Horsom, Eia (ol Pink
ham & Horsom,) Boston, Mass., an eu
thuslastlo indorsor of its merits.
overworked and break down, and so the poi
son get into theblnod Instead of being thrown
.i,a.,.t, m Wnnnnwithoerfectk dncys
nr lltrpr la erer troubled with malaria: and it.
U the poisonous pirtlcles which these diseased
niinUf in irot. Intn the blood that clot
....... ---, u..u.
he capli'ano' or me iuiikhuh" """i"."1"
nd consumption, -inouaaimam tniiuivn
Ing every year irom iiniiwy aa mo boiu. . .
rlatlna, wlien in rcainy m m uii-bc
"Tank Gott, von ish
tcadl" said tho
r ..oiimi j.t7Iiiii
. . ...nir.i iimii ir vital funcllon. nerr
" "". 1iii mn fm-ti1 liV Will'
iiiHrhiErnuvfr.' ll atdru, kIkH. Mitchell, Dartl-tt
& Oral!., DciMo'n'". m
. which have become wfRKenea y.ui , ,". . tn Drt-f i.im
er thevhave Just had. Hero U another DonruinR-nuusw iu uuiu Brr
. i tlAnnAn1n nihil hnva I . . a 1 . ImnMil
nee mine: not .men. icu wum coran mined uocauso snouuvu iuu uumw
.fed kidneys notice any pain In he vein mP , .
that chicken has laid eggs lor us mr
and I never tur.i anything
Itv of the kldnevs. for these oreans lose their
nervous Benalbllltles when they necome ens
eased, and the symptoms are shown In bun
dreis or oiner waye.'-
heiJ, certainly, but tbey sound veryreasonable
,0". Veil, whether they are reasonable or not,
ii.. I. .mnnairatpd tn mv own satlsfacton
thai Ihey are true, and I propose to stand by
thei f. no matter how much opposition I may
raise by doing so. Any man, be be pol tlclan,
preacher or physician, who Is so considerate
of his pocket book or his own personal ends
. t. niHf tiimaplf htr fiunnreaalnG! the man
ifest truth, Is unworthy the name of roan, and
unwortby-Uie confidence of the public whom
Well, doctor, you have got some new truths . .. Qf 0jd a0 It ig bottor
kill It and end Its sufferings."
A Western nowspapor publlshos the
following: "Wntod a correspondent,
I am 25 years old havo ono hundred and
sixty akors of Kansas land worth 1500
dolars tolaborl fair looking comm onooi
oduoatoon eny lady fairly educated will
oblige mo by righting I will send my
PbWoeraPh bv roturn male William
Vrtnr Vnrrtr. Madison. WIS., SaVS,
"Day's Kldnoy Pad Is porfootly rollablo."
A nulaai- Juke.
A prominent physician of 1'lttsburgh said
jokingly to a lady patient who was complain
Inc of ber continued 111 health, and of his In
ni.nitr. tn r,i.A hr. "trv Hod Btttersl" The
nu.,(v. ., J . , . .....
aly took It In earnest ana ueeu vun uiiKia,
.r .i,inii .hn nhtnlnnd permanent health,
Sho now lauehs at the doctor for his joke, but
he Is notso well pleased with It, as It cost him
a good patient. HarrMmra Patriot.
Correct your hamtt oi crooned wanting uy
using l.von'a Patent Heel HtltTeners.
There Is but one way to cure Baldness, and
that Is uy using uaiuiomne, a ueuuumcu
. . . .... . 4I.U ..a, (.vol hair ffrAWpr.
llttCl Ol pUVrillCUHI, M.VMIW. M...
as recently improvBu. n. i m
for tho hair that, cultured neonle will uso.
Mus. Ltdu E. I'inkuam, western AVO.
r V'u.a la ranlillv Rrilllrlnff an elivlnol
roputatlou for the surprising cures which dally
result from the use of her Veoetahle Com.
rooNlt In all female diseases. Bend to her for
r-nanmtiMnn CAn't lull lttiv UUtlunt WllO will
Take Hale's Honey of llorcbound and Tar
when no's ill . ,
Of ft cough that no other prescription will
l'ike's Toothache Drops cure In ono minute,
Ar. urtth Btuinn.
II N. IIKKI.IA
its CO., Attorney-,
Fotltt ihoulJ it4 a Vitrt cent
itmi for frt took of nrlj
lOOUr.'t txuvo o
lunbl no. iy Dr. - u
tool, tbi mtbuf of
UEDIUL COMMON SENSE ANU PUM HOME TAU,
n Scrotal. TtHt rf Mn
nl WumiDt tiJ ll itirunic
ailiTK'iiUt itb iiu i i-Inirn of
thftrrnrnWI ly. AMm"1ui
Mi IUU 1'iib CV, Ui
Nv Vrk t'lUN
H U CELEBRATED l
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostod
Foot nnd Ears, and all othor
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on rnrtli equata ST, JaMM Oil
a a , aiirc, thniilr ami 7irnj t.ilfrnai
itemr.ljr A trial rntalh lmt llio comraraiiroiy
ItlllliiK ciitlay i.f ,0 IVnla, an, nrr) unn (iifffrliiR
vrllh I'iiIii can barn cbiap auJ i.ilUvo (ruvf vt ll
Pirrctluna In Elettn Ln(;iicf.
BOLD BY ALL DRUQQI8TB AND DEALER3
A. VOGELER & CO..
Ii a lOTtrelgn remedy for all forms of I.lrcr
and Htomaclt trouhlet, ani. It the ONLY
SAI'I! and ABSOLUTE cure for Malaria la
Its various types.
Ir. JIolmnti'H Ind Is a gennlneand rd
leal remedy, WITIIOUTTAKINO MEUIC1NK.
It was the F1IIST article of the kind that waa
introduced to the public generally. II waa th
OltlGIN'AL PAD, and waa deviled by DIt.
He atmck out from the beaten path and made a
NUW WAY. NoaoonerhaJ he remitted theun
dcrtaVIng a CGUTAtN'TY than the Imitators
and 1'iRATr.a who hing to and Infcil m rue
cessful entcrprlie, ttarled up and have tlnet fol
lowed In hit foolUejuaa closely ai the law will
Apalnit thetc Da. HOLM AN give SPECIAL
WAHNIXO. Not only do they 1'AILTOCUIIH,
but In disappointing the purchaser thty bring
doubt nnd oJium on the principal of AllMori.
tlciii.cf which Dr. llolmnti'M I'act lithe
GKNUINB and ONLY Til UK EXPONENT.
livery Hull ntlon it an emphatic endorie
tnent of the tubitantlal worth of the genuine
article, A poor one It nerer copied.
Knell Rctiiiltic Ilolmnii rmlbc.ira
the l'rlvalc Itevciiuo Htaiup of the
1I0LMAN I'AD CO., with the above Trade
Mark printed In green. JBiii Xono Without Jt.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Or tent by mall, poit-palJ, on receipt cf 92.00.
PH. HOLMAN'S advice It men, Tull treatu
tent free on application. Address
HOLMAN PAD CO..
( o. stn.i 744 BROADWAY, N. Y.
I'.tKfrM'Mfif ft lift rrritin.j
li'iiWM.If.l hu thvmntt-
I 11 inn. fnt'
Itrbitiill. Frill lift fl
afll. Afl'l (HIM I ' I'll
11111 (if nf 'oiiinlr- I
rrnrr'roiii f ri vi-, r J
(iKNn.cuKNi 1 wnsu(Terlnrt fromKenfrnltleljilltrto iich no aiint tUnt my IftiKjr wnificwiinuj nr-
A Yflcnnon or nmoniu uiu nm ttuo mninmu min, uuv ii ati" ... i. i
A I lluil 1 1 mo 1 WRiin iuo ui miour ni.' 4 ni , ""
tts-tikonm tn mi.
Incrfiiw-! 1 ri'Mffitlonfiniltinklntffhlllii. At thin tlmo I wunn Ifuo um of you
hlirwl ftliniut imnuHlinte nml wondpffiil rrulli. Thnolil aner returtifd nm
irtfi la Miiiiui iiiiltt iP I hit ItU
iHirlhht I -or tld In thf Pnma tlmi cturloic mr .Ui.wi, tin.! with dimliln th mm. With tti iritnipiil npfT
hntiTk'MtM.f )ly,rifl!icominlBOfi clmrnvwuf lliounht nevpf fore to.p)!. Htn wnwnot iIuijm ttio
Sork. 1 know not what. 1 It IhMcwHi. J. V. Watwok. I'witof ChHHnn Chufrh. lrny.O
fTir iron Tontr it fi
f itrritfi ration I'i'o-I
tu.rlitf itftrrttt Viiil
i i'iiii ilnrkt iii(f I Viw I
iinfrw, tttmnrlntrtt I
irirn rp 1 rirrnuir 1
.Iromtrrirw. it nrrrrmM
Ivvrrv t.urj.ne irfirrr
MANUFACTUICD BY THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., WO. Hi WORTH MAIM STBUT, ST. lOUIt
ESHER ON WHEELS
tint n Ibrnf At nnr tin
Tit wuiiilt'rfullv elint'lo nnd adml
tlircsihliii mill tuMiiirniiiiL fin nil Urn
iii' Krniiit nnu rirnnH 11 ri'iiiiy mr iiiitritri
Huud ranlly. 1a rouKtruottil dumbly, In lUdtlml
Nautl(ii.., 1 tho iiKt ti'imoinicul.lfoft cipt'ti.
ilc, and itioxt HiitUl'iirlory uiurliliin In thn
market Will h audio vvt rrolti anvtiU ok dry.
UujI liniHllialliilliroAtiltii flu nnd tilii(lthMhn'rli.
lnnud fieaiiiiifcT hitli a-i nud nearly oh rai Idly
ntruiny iirfi'ct In 1M
nu wheat, and rt'tiuiri'H un rlifitiiruLxcct'tthi
!V ofifr tnarttinn pivit, ami ran
1 Ixitli nycr- and midtT.Miit,
aift ran tiot b
HIlIiMNO ATTACiniKNT i
trt',i, tl'itt the trorH THyittiytttfUertf.
fut than an-
Httr unit rrru iff mi,
SI.'l'AIIATOICS Df tho vnrlous iAzcb jluJ for
ftTim or iiorit.nnrr, no ciooirvd.
Tin; IChViinl. Tfio l'liin nml
ThuU oodlnir IloratplnurrN.
tu.ido by ti, 11 ro not uuii-aiwcd by
any in thu market
011 nro nmrttil
ened by t lion
ixjov U&UU or tuitruUti
IitfK, nly ua Hop
wh.umr you ftl
that ynur pjMtm
ti. ml. ria-nnittnir. ton
intf or ftitnulntlinf,
1 a 1: u nop
IlftTO TOll f'-
.1 nt i.
' nifin of It t
nltfhi ork) to rt--lute
Iwiutc, umj Hop B
mlTorinfT f rom Miy ln-
I tlon 1 It vn firu mnr-
lutf on h Ud of alck
, TlionniMH mr an
nuully f 1 11 in tome
form of Kidney
ll.MI-ftWa t'mt tnlulit
1 ty a nmt'iy iim- vi
of tl o ttotaaeh,
You will he
rly we 11k and
tti It mny
8 nve y ou r
Ufa. It hm
D. I. C.
la an ntolute
i.tn cur.' for
11' or .lum,
Ilo.lf.l.r, X. T.
STIHWATIR HO. 10 ENBIME
Vor wood or coal fuel 1 hn return flueJinttrr.mtiltIng
h crjr fixiiiniiuciil ill I ut I. 111 cyii
liulfp iu lit 1
wutrr No. t'J9 and tho
Why Suffer Neeaiesslv
with 1 he eanvii'ilDK. loaimoJIclortantot feviT and
. am. ami l.lllniia niiilt cut. wlioa IIoiR'tlir'i 8Wmach
lllltrra, a. knoledgtd to Iw a real curutlveuf nula
r al tevtrr, wllUrad.ca'iMtia riii oi to imiicl , t
,"rX lColiflrtWtilatlilbi'nIna t allirallTe
rheum t Inn. an'. In Kfneral UtliMty and no vou
m'alla. t", ' coriiln bj nil PrEKlita and Beaten ueu
THE GREAT CURE
ia tt la for M illaeaiea or tho KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND DOWELS.
It oleanasa tho ayatcm of tho acrid polion
that cauaea tho Oraadral autferln. ivhleh
only tho victim, of ahsuroatlini caa rcauxa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
r .1.. ..nt rnrm ef tlil. tarrlble dlacaao
havo been quiokly relieved, lu a abort tlmo
aal. laovery partof tho Country. la au";
dreda of oaae. 1 1 Iim oured whero Mjg "
failed. ItU mild, but erBolent, OEKlAin
IN ITB ACTION, tut harmleaain allc-tet.
r.lfe toall tho IraporUntorcanaof tho body.
Tho natural MUoQorthoKldneyalarettorcd.
The Unr la oleanaedof lldlaeaa,nd tho
BoweU novo freely and healthfully. In thla
my tho vrorat dlaeaaet aro oradloaUd from
a It has bcea proved by thomandt that
U tho moat efTeotual remedy for oleanalne tho
ayatera of all morbid aeorottona. 1 1 ahould bo
UBdX In every bouaohold ao a
Alwaje ourea liIUOUSNE33, CONBTTTA.
TIOK, PILE- and all FEMALE! Dlaeaaea.
It rut up Inllry Vcgetnblo Form, In tin cana,
ono i-xkago of which maUea enuarta medicine.
Alto In Liquid Form, very Co-eenlratedfor
caro It Kacli icid cjual rjtlcienci hi i(nrrirm.
Set itokvouk uiiuaaisT. rmcE,i.oo
WKI.I.S. ltlCIUIIUSON A Co.. I'rop'i,
n.11 th. rfrr ooiM.al.t.1 m ill IMITOX. TT,
Wnaluo mnkntlm Mi
iilliiiiCHota (Jlnnt I'lirm Kniilnrn. each Iiav
iiitf return nue, and fitttMUor uundniri'trav,wnod.
or coal. All tntfe uuinriei nro niadti ami nulfhea
itithom'ut pff'rrt mannrr. aih Trnrtlon Attnrli
iiirnlH ran 1h) fumlfclitM with any of them if ut
Blrud. Ztf for l'rietLitt ami CircuUit$, oauJXtial
SEYMOUR. SABIN Sl CO.
Mnnufaoturere. Stillwater, Minn.
Want Your Address
Ami will tn-nil ynii tlio
liD-ttcrma fiirmir iii;vrat
iiliill.OHt (K lllni; IKXIIls.
limit waile any IIiiip. Inr our
nvrtnalmure a Jlmiiiiiit to a
- w IIVP lllllll. ."",,;B. ... .
C'liu limiitl I'ulillalilng Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio.
pcucinuo ifor homii;kh,
rcnoiuno wmowi, uth.ti, i&otii r
cblldrcn. TboaitndiycteatItl.de IVd-Icui mm
for lonnf fioer.toe.ejo or rujtar.vrlcon! v.ini
or uny IUeM.e. ThounntuJi of peuilonm n4
olJieri f utiUed to INCKEASK and UUL'.ST V.
IATKTH procured. for ltmotcr-.. ISvldi.r
itna warraau rrorurrif,Douyhtaodfbia. &oui?ri
nnd lieiriarpjr forrourriittitiatoi.ee. fiend a
Umii forl,Tb CUlt-n-so1dir. and l'liiil'it
and llountv I.wi.Ll-.tika nnd f nitrttrtinri Wa
cm refer to thounndi oU'enitoti.ri and Clicnti.
Addnn Ht W. Fltieerntd A Co. I i shoh k
I'atlnt AU'71, LtckTltXw!o, WMCiLett-u. U. C.
Jams. Medical Institute
CMitcicdt the Stale ol III-
Addretiall letters. J J.JAMES
Hi ViOizzUa Ct, C1:js.
Thirty Yeara Experience ,u
prciilcnl, commcca ni irrm
tenihi ct Ihe clie ol Kly
mind, life trouble h.ne i.f
from the abmea of llic Uiuwrj'
Gencralive Ore.mi SlatiaiiM
.l,n. fnnr nnl Of fncth.HUOV.0'
-.1 1 A.ilnm. I... nri.pn nnm that cati.r.
anil made life worio lhan n weary a'te ,rf,e,vllr
pills tcnorc lnt nature of the yoiniK, nmlille asrr
nml old Lite 11 ma iliorl tn axc a.iy. f i V"
box, nt 6 fortj.oo. composed ol Kuotaaml llarka. calla:
ofTice, Kent by mail. e.ilcil.oiiiecciiofprice ALoov
011 Km o-i Chronic Urinary I)ieac. in nil their rornn.
10 ccnli 10 pay poitase. Send atamp for -.IcciriC Kii R.
GOOD TEAS, 30,35 40c n lb.
All Express Charfrcs paid on 5 Onlera.
Don't be deceived 1 Denl direct with tho
Importer. No Middlemen. Wo are tlio
rTHE GREAT. AMERICAN TEA MO.,
(l 0. Box 1233.) 31a.:
tn ii air
. 33 voiey new totk.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
EniliraclDK full and autrirnttc accounm of pvryna
lion cf ancient anil moilirn IlincaanJ Ineliul UK hla
lory of the rite anil fall of Ornk nnrt Hmiun Fin
jiln , tlu'iiilil.tle K , tin- crunadea, tie feudal fji
ti'in, (tin irfrrmatlon, llieiltcoM ryaniti"ii irintof
ItK'S'ewWirl'l, etc., ilc. ltconialm 07arni'hlf
lorlcal I'nirravli v. kii ! Itie inoni con pli'li' HItory
of Ihe World i i rnili,hcj Bind for nln i n papea
ana i-ira u rma tu Aprnta AJiuir,
Naiiiivhl 1 riaiauiKO ro.. CMcaro, 11'.
W. N. V. Ilea Molnee. vollx,nIO
W1IVN mtlTIXa TO ADVintTlSVllS,
pirate mil yuii .nil' ic .lifirrf laemrnt in
AU-iJNTH WANl'lIU ror "Ihe Laaiei or tne vrnnn nouw a.
ill ine names oi ino rresiucnie. .......,-... .-..
WABIUNGTON LIFfj ever puUMicd. Alllitcry ur every Ao
tnlnf.tm.inn e.m u' mu tNOTi.N in Hm tirenent tl me. Include, much
Pericnal nn.t Private hlttury ii'ver lieforo imMhlinl. AdJriM
ltADLEy & CO.. Od N. Fourth St.. Phila., Pa.
To which It added a tkitcliand r orlraHof Mra. Oarfleld.
M aa AUiXMTH W AIM X JLi-l '
ma I Qnine I" Homes ol the Pres
I 156 LaUlcS vyABHIMOTONIJFJ
j C'VIT PUUIIHIWI, A lllWiJ VI n -Ml"
BARNES' WIRE CHECK ROWER.
The Only Entirely Gnccessful Wire Oheok Eower Erer InrenUd.
Kletit jri pr-ttleal ne baa arov-a tk- a-Oeeaa
the HarnM1 Wire Choc, tbmr bto4 e.uia-ia
taking the lead wti-f-lCTe-amon-M-Me,-luio
rendered an uanlmo-i vor-Mt mm IkM ka
Lheck llower made.
The roiluwlmt are tb UnataM nr mm mm
Check lfoweri . . . .
I'm of Wire In p'.-oa OC rope, a4 tt M wm
ootlaai two ropea. ,
The wire will not atrotch a4 akrtmk e see
The wire ta aa eaay MhaBdle aa a rtv
Tbe wire doea not croa tk -uckia-.
There ta no aide draft.
It will plant perfect If an- aaore m aMek.
The Operator doe not have w Mt of om mtamm U
throw Ihe wire otr at the en. ol tke UL
II win wot a on aor p-uivr aa m wm. b
CHAMBERS, BERING t QUINUAN, n u -.y to work .nd to v.untu4.
IualvHluulcti.rir, BBCATUH. IU. It U dnrable Ui allttt parte. rakeMHMr.
Onir Blnrla U rrr lm
TenteKt that CIcmhm a U-(.
Uil Triple 0 roore Itf-W n
Thla la t-MMiy -UuH nm
ea uu II oiaa-i pa mm w
4 Only Double King Invented
Clmmplon IIok llln.er.
UINOS AND HOLDER.
Nu tharp polnta In the Been to,
caaue Irritation and annnrta, aa In
r-M or finin lhat cloau with the
joint- In Die tlnti, and produce
aoreneaa or the nose.
thenoae. II ovaroooiaa a iartowa.
l II..I.I... .nuVa tor ltaelf U IW." .". ?amir mm, mm
1 "Vh. .hor.'cuh. rlnn which ttam wlij Mm ggfi-
the above cuts,
rn mrnnw. KTvn oittni.a TV. Eaoi
eTuiln. It to decay and to keep the krjMi
-oliilv MunufiwriiTur-. UKOATUH. 1
THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER.
There Is no Sore it will not Heal, No Pain it will not Subdue,
Cured of Dlpiitiioria. Tlioy Believe It Saved tlio Life of Tlielr
Dr. Hamlin, Dtar Sir.- I am happy to tell you that we have been ejtly bene
fitted by the use of your Wl-ard Oil In our family. Wc have used It for i afferent dis.
easei, and found It very successful in every case. Also, o relative of mine ti Id me on,e
weeks ago that had it not been for the aid of your medicine they would have lost their
youngest child with Diphtheria. They used the Oil immediately, both internally and
externally, which checked the disease, and, u they believe, saved the life of the child.
Yours, etc., SMAHVtL Best, Frc port, lit