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THE DLACKSUITU MAN.
nmnciicoBuihiia. . I
My mother put an apron on to keep my coat-1
left CeAO I
And wubbers en my little booU, and then Igo I
Against the btackemtth' doorway, to watch
the coal flro thine,
The bellows heave, the hammers awing I with I
ther were all mine I
Thehoraea bend their lege and atacd; I don't
ace how thev can:
But I would lore to thoo thctr feet Just like the
Tane-dlddte. tang dlddlo, tane-dlddlo-tanl
What a Jolly noise he makes, the blacksmith
When I grow up an old-big man, with whiskers
on my chin,
I will not havo a grocery-store, or dry-goods
store or tin;
I will not be a farmer, or a lawyer, not a bit;
Or President all the other boyaaro meaning
to be It
Or a banker, with money bills piled high upon
I'd rather hold the red-hot Iron and bcab!ack
Tang-dlddle, tang-dlddle, tang-dlddlc-tan I
Ob, what a Jolly noise ho makes, the black
smith mnn I
The blacksmith man has got such arms; his
shoo Is such a place;
Ho gets as dirty as ho likes, and no one cleans
his face I
And when the lightning's In tho sky ho makes
his bellows blow,
And all his Ores naro quickly up, Uko lightning
Oh, he must have tho nicest tlmo thatanypcr
son can ;
I wish 1 could grow up to day, andbe a black
smith man I
Tane-tlddle, tftiig-tlddle, tang-tlddlo-tanl
I wish I could grow up to-day; .and bo a
mean to have a little heme, with vines and
And fixed up nice and clean for me when I get
tired of soot.
I'd marry little Susy, and have her for my
We've been so well acquainted with each other
all our life!
nv t mxnn in be. as heartv and as happy as I
And an honest, good, hard-working, Jolly,
rosy bUcksralih manl
Tanc-tlddle. tang-tlddle, tang-tlddle-tan I
Hero goes tho honest, good, hard-working,
Jolly blacksmith manl
Holland is a bcautitul country, full of
croon fields, with cattlo ai.d sheep pjrnz-
ing in tho pastures; but thoro arc few
trees and no hills to bo seen.
Tho ground is so flat and low that
. . . 1 1
tWO or thrco times tho soa nas rusncu
in over Darts of it and destroyed wholo
towns. In ono of thoso floods, about
two hundred years ago, moro than
twontv thousand peoplo were drowned,
A largo part of tho water that camo
in at tho tiino of that flood still romains.
It is known as "tho Mnas," and in ono
part of it thero is a little green island
a part of an old dyko or dam which is
"klndor-dyko," or child-
it trot its namo in this
Tho wators rushed in over ono of tho
little Frlosland villagos, and no ono had
iinr wainlncr. In ono of tho housos
thoro lay a child asleep in its cradlo
on old-fashioned cradlo, mado tight and
strong of good stout wood. By tho
side of tho cradlo lay tho old cat, baby's
friend, probably purring away as com
fiirtablv as riossiblo. In camo tho wa
ters with a loarful roar. Tho old cat,
in her fright, jumped, into tho cradle
with tho Laby, who slopt through all
tho turmoil as qulotly as ovor. Tho
house was torn lrcra its foundations
and broken in ptecos. But tho littlo
cradlo floated out on tho angry soa in
that dark night, bearing safely its pro-
Whon morning camo thoro was noth
ing to bo seen of tho village and green
6 . ... u 1.0,1
of peoplo wore out In boats, trying to
save as many lives as posslblo; and on
this littlo bit of an island wnat uo you
think thoy found? Why, that same old
craole, with tho naoy osioop in h, unu
1 tA 1 I
tho old cat curled up at hor loot, en
saio and soundl
Whoro tho littlo voyagers camo from,
nd to whom thov belonged, no ono
could toll. But. in memory of thorn,
this littlo island was called "klndor-
dyko" child-dyke and it goes by that
namo to this day.
A Happy land.
BY ADD1K BELMONT.
Young Foikt'iturai. ,
Tho elegant and lovoiy uaugniera 01
Fashion each year repair to somo place
Tho lournov to tho
, . , n5rniiwtnnilo after the
selected spot Is generally made alter u,e
Wlnfnt-'a nnrtlna. hill s, and tCOSlS rO
ovor. A largo and elegant wardrobo is
prepared and almost a fortuno expended
that theso favored ones may gain n muo
Not a thought is given to tho thou-
sands nnd thousands of struggling hu-
mnnity in tho crowded cities, or lo tho
weary laborer on tho farms bythovo
tarles of Fiflhlon; unloss it bo to won
der "how Iintho world tho cBoatures on
duro tho hglJt," or, "why thoy exist ot
all." & 3 "if
Tho littlo newsboy who sings his
morning and ovenlr;g song in Winter's
cold or Snmmor's hoaf, tno weary wo
man who works In tho crowded shop for
tho prltry pittance that Is to keep breath
not llfo-in horsell and perhaps a family
na. tii n lou.worn maw wno
earns dally a sum not euUloiont tor the
actual daily noeds; tho childless moth-
or. tno motnoriVBs 'tMi v"" -.m
tho slok, t-ho helpless, tho maimed, tho
blind, tho mlsorablo, all aro allko for
gotten by tho rostloss scokor nftor ploaB
uro. But let tho gay orowd seek as it may.
Lot money, tlmo and strongth bo ox:
pended In tho pursuit of that tauglblo
yet Intanglblo thing called happiness.
Lot lovely soa-sido resorts, beautiful
tMleys, and yfjld mountain's bovUitcd.
iJot evory pleruuro rtlbo world contains
from tho Orlont to tho Oecldout. from
tno North Pola to tho Honlh bo Inste'd,
VAf'lha'fritVAlnr.wtll tinvrr Irtinw linnhl.
c v . rr
W unsatisfied, a prayor ummsworedi a
hoart - hunecr that all tho joys of earth
combined cannot apnoaso. "Rachel
will cry for her children and refuso to
bo com Tor tod becauso thoy are not."
Tho wild lament of "Absalom, oh, my
son, Absalom, would I could havo died
for thee," hourly arises from stricken
Davids ovor nil tho wido world.
Joy and happiness aro but mocking
shadows, riches and powor but Hooting
phantoms till tho traveler enters tho
Land of tho Mysterious, tho wonderful
a country not laid down in guide
books, and which is entorcd by tho
"fastest road on record." It is a land
controlled by no corporation, governed
by no laws of extortion.
Thoro tho mother who has long
mourned for her darling may onco again
press htm to her heart, cover tho little
lips with kisses, feel onco moro tho baby
hands on hor care-worn face, hoar tho
childish prattlo that has so long been
hushed. Ah, what joy, what happiness
supromo is hersl What crown, what
glory, what wealth, can tho world offer
that sho would exchange for this ono
brief moment of perfect bliss? Thero
tho maimed can walk, tho blind sco,
tho sick enjoy tho freedom and blessings
of health. Thero tho cold aro warm
tho poor aro rich, tho hungry forget
their hunger and coaso to foar tho fangs
of tho gaunt wolf who dogs their loot
stops day and nightr-thowolf, Poverty,
Thero tho miserablo aro happy.
Thero. too, is tho paradlso of tho
groat, tho rich, the nmbltious tho bad
as well as the good; for in this wonder-
lul land tho rich becomo richer, the
great greater and tho ambitious moro
Thoro, too, aro tho plots and plans of
tho wicked hatched. Many an over
taxed city owes Its burden to a visit
thoso in power paid to this enchanting
country. Many a king owes his crown,
many a peoplo great grievances, many
a far-away Siberian exilo his captivity,
scores of down-troddon, over-burdened,
under - paid men, women and children
their condition to tho wondorlul effect
this mysterious country produces upon
thoso who visit it; for etrango as it may
. ,.. I L .L. -111-
seem, mo qualities possessuu uy vuu uu-
lorcnt people who go thero become in
tcnslfied: Thus tho goncrous becomo
moro liberal, while tho oppression will
becomo moro opprosslvo, and fool
keonor joy In his extortions than over
This country is open allko to tho king
upon his throno, tho beggar in his hut,
tho maiden in costly robes, tho half-
naked skeleton who gathers rags from
tho gutters. To tho high and tho low,
tho rich and tho poor, tho old and tho
vouner. tho good and tho bad, it is free
-tho wonderful, tho beautiful, thomys
terious Tho Land of Dreams.
Kansas filtv Mull
Member of this Department roliovcd
oi uticuniatism by tno use oi &t. jacoDs
uu, savs uco. w. waning, Esq., super
intendent i'oiico inow xorK, in ono oi
Crusade Against Morphine
Tho time is ripe, says tho Syracus
Standard, tor a crusado against mor
phine As the narcotic is chiefly usod
by women, it will bo proper for man
to go fotth in singing and praying bands
beseeching woman to stop tho horrid
practice and druggists to coaso from
soiling tho preparation to oonflrmed
morDbtne inebriates, uut, wnatover,
bo tho best moans of combatting tho
evil, tho curse of habitual indulgonco
in mornhino and onium is making its
brand upon society. Sjmetimes during
protraotod illness, sometimes taken
up to abate a longing lor intoxicating
uquors, eomovimes auopieu vo mmy
nervous suffering, tho deadly habit stf.
suffererfl lrom narCotism through tho
uuui uusuito jus viuwiuos
uso 0j these drugs may bo numbered by
tons of thousands. Every druggist has
tkom among his customers. Many of
them steal into the storo with a cau
tious look, as if cney feared thoy might
be watohed or thoir purpose would be
read boforo they disclosed it; and oth
ers impart tho businoss in a confidential
tone, often attempting to convoy tho
Impression that too narcotic is meant
for another person. Nothing is moro
Unarkcd than the injurious cflect whlnh
the praotico oxorts upon the moral facul
ties. Tho doses tbeso peoplo learn
to boar aro suflbiont. perhaps, to kill
or,inn.rv nerson. and tho nuantitv is
increased trom month to month until
tho suicidal work Is complotod. Tho
fa'.iil iffjotof such familiarity of the
H Jt.i.l . t
at,nz prescrlbo their beloved medloin
0b,e(50 W(,tern cutuoite. ,
1,10 ,uU)st nmn wno ,,a3 ueeu mmo
i,. mn,nh ihn n nr thL vninhi
"i '. V"T '"f S":
rlan of tto rjnion Catholto Library of
this city. Tho following Is Mr. Conlanjs
Union Catholic T.imanr Ass'
204 DEAKUON bTUEBT,
Chicago, Sept 10, 1860
I wish to odd mv tostlmony us to tho
merits of St. Jacobs Oil as a euro IV
rheumatism. Ono bottlo has cured me
of this troublesome d seaso, which gavV)
mo a great deal of bother for a long
tlmo; but thanks to tho remedy 1 am
cured. This statemont is unsolicited by
i -..v.. -y- -oo-
Iroslt. Havo tho boiling water in a sLol-
low pan, break tho oggs separately in a
saucor, and slip gently Into tho boiling
water; when all aro in the wator, place
tho pan over tho firo, until tho white
of oach is porfootly set; rcmovo with a
sheer; nnd lay on buttered toast or
Tho 'strengthening and ouratlvo pow
ers of l)ft'8Kldnoy Pad are truly wonderful.
THE TRUE TEST.
The jVIerlt of KW(tla, CJorern-
Bient, Peni)n) Md Thing
iTIiiHt Ilcut upon a llnai of
Some Truth, Illostratlnr this, and Testi
mony or value to iiuyicaaers
Christian at Work. . , , A. . ,.
i'ne true test of any rcllirlon Is the t ffjet It
produces upon the lives of thoso who profess
lb Ana, inaeea. too test oi rcai merit every
where must bi the power It possesses of ac
complishing desirable results. In this age of
tho world men are not Judged .by what they
claim to bo able to do, but by what they can
do; not by what thev are reputed to be. but
wnat tncy are. Here iswnere me religion
our own countrv rises suDerlor to the faith
of Mohammedan or Hlcdoo lands; for while
thero Is much hypocrisy In the Church, and
far too much worMllness, thero Is yet an ab
sence of those sensual and brutal elements
which characterize the regions of Arabia ana
This nrlnclnle Is catiallv true In all other
departments of life. The same rub which
applies to persons Is equally applicable to
things Unquestioned merit must character
ize them all, or they cannot be acceptable,
much less popular. Tho clear and well ar
ranged lecture delivered by Dr. Chit. Craig
before the Metropolitan Scientific Associa
tion appeared In tho columns of this paper a
short time since. In this lecture some new
truths wcro brought to light bearing directly
upon, and affecting the Interests of.the entire
community. Tbeso facts, as stated by the
doctor In his lecture, havo been discussed In
inr columns or tno religious press 10 a con
siderable extent lu tho past, and that, too,
by very prominent personages. A. few rears
ago the Kev. J. E. ltankln, D. D., of Wash
lagtou, who Is prominently known among the
CongrcgattoDaldenomlnatlons of the country,
published an article upon the same subject
which drew forth most bitter replies lrom
prdintncntphystclans,and In response to these
articles ut. iiatiKin ruDiincn ionc communi
cations In the Now TorkiifrMHifnil.thn llos
ton OongrtgattonalM And the Cnlcago .1i'im-
reiterating his formrrstttementsand strongly
cmphaslzlug them. In these articles Dr. ltan
kln frankly stated ho was as strongly con
vinced of the fll:acy ot tho means used as he
was that, the Genesee river emptied Into Lake
Ontario, lie further said: "I have known,
too. of Its use lu similar cases by music ana
of the highest character find standing, and I
want, in tue interest or nmuamty, to recom
mend Warner's Safc-K'diicv and tlvcr Cure."
Now while very few peoplo' aro ifllictcd as
severely as was Dr- Craig, or the cases Dr.
Kanklu refers to, still It Is a lamentable fact
that the great majority of people, In all parts
ot the land, arc suffering to a greater or less
extent from 111 health and that this lack of
health arises from cither disordered kidney
or liver. Soma additional facts, from thi
I. . v . . . . .1 . 1 I .. t . . . .
subject ot such Importance to the community
nave nercioiore ueeu conccicu oy mis paper,
nnd arc herewith clvcn :
ncvi u. if . uaiiuu-, .11. w. 1., js nuunu
In all parts of the Uud as a prominent and cf-
ncicni leaner in mo aicmouisi uenominaiion.
In sneak nc unon this same sublcct as hon
In his own cxncrlcnco ho said: "Samo few
months since I found mvsclf suDcrtng from a
kidney dlfllculty which I knew to bo the first
stages ot Urlebt's disease. By the use ot a
reliable test 1 roumi mat my system was civ
InL' eft albumen, ami In some Instances In c
coagulate 1 state. I alsosuttored severely from
dropsy, particularly nooui tne anxies, togetu
er wltn sllcht pains about tho kldncvs. dc
ranccment or uigcstion ana great dryness
or tne sKin. 1 uaa at an limes mucn tnlrst,
and of course this was followed by cradual
falling of strcogth. That was about the
state of things when I commenced uslnir the
preparation Known as Warner's Bare Kidney
and Liver Curo. I took about six table.
spoonfuls every day for a week, and found all
my rjmptoms acciucaiy improving:. 1 con
tinued taking the remedy until I entirely re
In a comunlcatlon made bv Kev. Dr. C. A.
Harver. the well known ttnaucUI and educa
tional secretary 01 itowaru university, wasn
lngton, D. C, the doitorsays:
"i nave lonneDSBticwyearBneen acnuaint-
cd wl'.h the romcdy kuown as Warner's Safe
Kldnrv and Liver Cure and with its remark
able curative cfllcacv In obstinate and so-call
cd Incurable cases ot Brlgbt'a disease which
occurred In this cltv. In some ot these cases.
wnlcn seemed to oe in tne last stages and bad
been Riven up by practitioners of both schools,
the sp'dy cures which were wrought by this
remedy uceraea to oe nine less man mira
culous. I am convinced that for Drlitht's dls
ease in all Its stages, Including thoso first
stmntoms of kldnuv troubles which aru so
easily overlooked, but aro so fraught with
danger, no remedy heretofore discovered can
beneiurorone moment in comoar son wltn
thl, and I nope that Warner's Bite Kidney
and Liver Curo may becomo as widely known
an Is the existence of the maladies which It
Rev. A. C. Kendrlck, D. D LL.D.,who Is
Professor of Hebrew and Greek lancuazes In
the university of Rochester, N.5T., and who is
ono 01 tno American revisors ot tno Mew tes
tament, in pneaKing 01 tne cnect wnicn Warn
er's Safo Kidney and Liver Cure had upon
received marked benefit from It, and ho cordial
Iv rosommended It to the use of others.
Rev. A. liramlcy, pastor of tho Arsenal
street M. E. church. Watertown. N. Y.. test!
fie tin a recent. Interview that iho first few
bottles of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Care bad entire! v removed the distinctive
features ot a severe kidney difficulty, and that
wnue ne naa notDcen auie tone upoaniaoacK
without sreat nala for more than live vears.
he now not only was able to do so, but slept
souauiy, ate ncariuy ana cans nimseu a wen
Rev. A. P. Hill, of Shoehecl, N, C, having
been troubled with a severe kidney and liver
disease tor a numocr ot years, said : "i navi
U 1 1- H J 1 1-, 1U1 .W. U H 1 ,IB, HUM A
got It In answer to prayer. May (lid bless
the firm who manufacture Warner's Safe
Ktdncv and Liver Cure. Many ot mv friends
have also used It with marked benefit, end I
hope my testimony In Its behalf may save the
lives and relieve many who are now severely
suffering from kidney or liver troubles In some
of their many and dangerous forms."
Rev. P. F. Marklee, In waiting from Mont
gomery, Ala., said; "I havo paid atlcastone
thousand dollars for doctors and medicine and
never received any relief until I commenced
taking Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
I am too thankful to express In words the
benefit this medicine has done my family and
myself, f havo been to the hot springs, sul
phur springs and several other places noted
for the curative properties of waters, but this
?reat remedy did for me what, everything else
ailed to do It cured me. I hope tho Good
Father may crown the efforts of those who are
manufacturing It, for the noble work they are
There are no more reliable en tenements to
o found In the land than those above given
and coming from divines of such prominence
they prove beyond a doubt the value of tho
great remedy of which they speak. Itstiould
aUo he remembered that Mr. II. U. Warner,
tho prop'lt-tor and manufacturer of this reme
dy, was hlm'olf cured by 11b use after having
hen elven up to die hv several physicians.
Qn rrrflfufnl wnft ht fnp hffl fnmnrtriihlfi nr
that, hp determined the world shonld kuow of
aVI this rnmedv, and he therefore beganlts manu-Af-icturef
Mr. Warner 1 aeo a prominent pa-
rnn ui umur puunu viuvrprisc ttuu tuu tci-
cca ann Dy cnaowinc tno w-irner Astro-
nmlcnl Observatory at Rochester,-as well as
y in many other Dcneraclionsi-lias becomo
Jfiown to, and , respected by the entire land
its standing alone Is nn ample guarantee of
it... n,irlti nnd wrtrtl. rtl IhnmmLiluliikmilru.
i,,l JUII.J .! ,.w.u..f. bllUlVllll, UUU.Al.VOl
but the thousands of testimonials from all
parts of America gratefully telling of tho re
II. J It has given, proves It beyond a question.
Al a result It Is attracting great and uulvcr
scllattentlon throughout the entire country,
Nllone fact has been moro apparent In the
paU few- years than that kidney and liver
trushles are alaimlngly lncreastn(. When,
tbtyefore, a remedy has been found which not
onVHr cures the worst as well as all minor trou-,
blea ot this nature, but also regulates, controls
and keeps in perfect order these most Impor
tant organs at, all. times., It la certainly cause
for gratitude, Jbls Is just what baa been
done -In thousands 'of cases In addition to
those above mentioned, and It Is what will be
domi In tens of thousands ot other cases In
tho very near future. ,
A littlo girl inquired oi bur friend,
who had passed hor eighth year, "What
oausostho rainP" to whloh tho following
beautiful roply was glvon: "The.flrops
of rain aro tiio toars shed by angels
ovor tho sins of tho world."
A littlo boy hearing his father say that
"thoro was a tlmo for all things," climb
ed up behind his mothor's cuulr, and,
whispering In hor oar asked: "Whon
is tho proper timo for hooking sugar out
ol tho sugar basin P"
Who Should Bow First.
Who should bow firstP Somo author
ities insist that a gentleman should not
bow to a lady until sho bows to him.
Tho author of tho "American Codo of
Manners1' says that this li all wrong;
"A gentleman shoum always bowurst
to a lady, no mattor whothor sho ro
turns it or not. If ho sees by hor lnco
that sho dooa not. wlsh.to return It.-ho
can retrain lrom bowing tho next tlmo.''
This is on tho ground that " a lady par
ticularly an ciucny ono or a socioty
lcadir, porhaps, has so many acquaint
ances that sho docs not remember oil
tho young mon who havo been present
ed.'" This, howover, docs not seem to
scttlo tho question conclusively, for it
may bo that tho young man has quito
as many acquaintances as tho lady,
oven if an elderly ono. Ho may him
self, too, very likely bo a socioty leader;
in fact, a very largo number of tho lend
ers of society at tho present timo aro ot
what would havo been considered lilty
years ago a comparatively immaturo
ngo. uur own opinion s, nnu it hits
been arrived ot uftcr long ruH'ctlon
that both persons should bow simultan
eously. Perhaps, In tho caso ol very
near-sighted persons, a uttio latitude
might bo given, providing tho fact of
nivonla can bo olcnrlv tiroved bv merit.
col ovidonco. Thoro Is, howover, nl-
wiiVH danger in thoso executions to
social rules, and thoreloro it may bo
safer for nenr-sighted persons to bow
In all cases of doubt, accustoming them-
solvos to this with uniform courtesy
whether thoy aro themselves recognized
IMnordcrn wlilch illl'dCl tli KII-
Are aroonc the most formidable known. Di
abetes, Urtght's disease, gravel aud other com
plaints of tac urinary organs are not ordinari
ly cured in severe cases, nut tncy may oe
averted by timely medication. A useful stim
ulant of the urinary glands has ever been
found In llostcttcr's tUotuach Hitters, a medi
cine which not only affords the requisite stim
ulus when they become Inactive, but Increases
their vltror and secretive power. Hy Increaslny
tho activity of the kldncjs and bladder, this
mcuicmr iiss me andiiionuicii'ctoi expelling
from the blood Imnuritles which It Is the pe
culiar otllce ot those organs to eliminate and
pass oil. ite Hitters is nler. a purlncr ami
strcngthener of the bowels, an lnvlgorant of
tho stomach, and a matchless remedy for bil
iousness aim lever ana ague, it counteract'
a tendency to premature decay, and sustalne
and comforts M'" "0 t"fl'm.
A reporter kissed his best girl good
night and romnrked it was tho last sen
sation ho was called upon to nolico that
Littlo Edith tohur doll: There, don't
answer mo back. You musn't bo snucy.
no mattor how hateful I am. You must
rorucmbor I am your mother?" Strango
what curious ideas children do get into
their heads sometimes.
lnrn Cad. I lvt-nil niRrlfl firm ifitcete I livers.
nn tiit ifn-ihore. hv Caiivkll. Hazaiid & Co . Xe
York. It Is aliiuluulr pure and wnt. fstlenu whn
i-ave oncetsKCQ It prclcr It to aiiowiers. l'liysicnns
barn deeded It superior to any if Hie other oli la
ionu mother linds that hor son's
pockot money is expended with undue
rapidity, seeing that ho is only 9 and of
simplo tastes, and questions him 011 the
subject. "But, ma, you sco, So-and-so
has me put by all my ten-cont pieces
for him, nnd I' vo got to." "You1 vo got
to wh?" "Becauso ho's collecting
TnU arA Htfirt U-f-11 f I prn tm tiia, i,,-r(,ni!v thnf vtll
cu n roil beyond oisl lllly of d.ubt. If Ifa Llvor
ur iviu- vy ir-.niiii. i;onitiinptioii, iirinepuia, iii-dii
Itr. ffdia lli-altli Itenuwcr U your hone! , druit
Sim. Mitchell. Ilirtlcti & Cral lies Mo'nea.
Just us tho company is about to sit
down to tho table, tho old grandmother
orios with a shudder: "Thirteen at
tablo ono of us will dio within tho
year! Sond out for somo ono to join
us nnd removo tho dishos till ho
found." "Novor mind, grandma,'
says hor grandson, a growing boy of
14, "I'll oat for two!"
ITl.IK 1VIO.MO tl ITOI3H
A15e. box of "ft juRiion Itati'' will keep a Home free
iroiu mei, moiqiiuo-i, rataan l nlcr, I lie cntlro lea
m. DruKKtitj. Mitchell, llartlctt & Cralu, Uc
A gcntloman, who is no longer young,
and who never was handsomo, asked
his son's child what ho thought of him
Tho boy's parents were present. The
youngter mado no reply. "Woll,
you won't tell mo what you think of
moP Why won't youP" "Causo
don't want to got licked," replied tho
sprig of a rising generation.
"Women Never Think"
If the crabhed old bachelor who uttered
this sentiment could but witness the Intense
thought, deep study and thorough lnvestlpa
tlon of women In determining the best medi
cines to keeD their families well, and would
note thtlr sagacity and wisdom In selection
lion Hitters as the best and demonstrating It
bv keeping their families In DerDetual health.
at a mere nominal ezpenso, he would be fore-
cu 10 acanowieoee mat- sucn sentiments are
baseless and false.
A small daughter of a iriend of ours
who had been accustomed to tho sim
plicity of tho nursery tablo, when first
allowod to tako a moal with tho family.
was specially charmed with tho nm
tory of tho castor. Aftor watching her
fathor pepporlng something, sho passed
her own plato, saying, politely: "Please
put a little dirt on minn. tno, papa."
"Indioestiu-n, 1 - m.. .a everything
for It and found no help. We are no doctors,
but can offer a prescription that has cureil
cry many, and it mlv;ht cure you as well; It
will cost hot a quarter of a dollar, and can be
had at any Druggist's, Ask for Perry Davis'
Ladles In deucAiu uoauu ur auout the turn
of life will find Dr. ilalllday' Blood 1'uriQei
Just what they want. Hero Is what an oM
retired druggist of tit. Paul says of Dr. llalll
day's Blood Purifier: "I hare been In ttu
drug business oil and on for the last forty
years,. I never saw" a; .finer preparation. It
not only a:ts on the blood, bowels, kldncyr
and urinary orgiria but on the whole nervom
system, thus toning up- every part. It hat-'
done more good la at. Paul and Minneapolis
than all the patent medicines combined, and
after a' four years' trial In Minnesota, Is no
reaping the reward It sd richly deserves." For
sale by all Western Druggists. Noyes Dro.
& Cutler, Wholesale Agents. St.. pul, Minn
Oahbomn, a ueodoriieu extract of petro
leum, cures baldness, This Is a positive fact,
attested by thousands, no other nair prepa-
ration In the world will really do this,
r ao this. i)et
sides, as now Improved It Is a de
Gen, John At lospan,
Ifiro of the late war and now United Btatee
Ssnator from Illinois, writes: "Some years
ago I was troubled more or less with the rheu
matism, and have within the last year or so
suffered intensely with the same disease. I
began to take 'Durang's Hheumatlc Remedy,!
and am thoroughly satisfied that I have been
permanently cured by its use. I do not hesl
f te to recommend It to all "iirArers."
Uso fteddlpg'a k. cut-Cuts, Burns,
A l-'uriuur'M oimuiob.
A Miohigan tarter writes that ho was
completely ourod of a very bad caso ol
Piles by ono box Iiuoklon's Arnloa Salvo.
Nothing on oarth is so suro a curo, Sold
by all Druggists at 25 ot.
Vnlr WurnlMg; from a JKellabte
Don't neglect youh health when Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure will surely pre
Correct your habits ot crooked walking by
UltnR Lyon's Patent Heel Btlffeners.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A Hure Care round nt I.nt. Hfo
Ono Meed Nil Her.
A sure cure for tho Dlind, Blooding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been
discovered by Dr. Williams' (an Indinn
rcmod,) called Dr. Williams' Indian
Ointment A singlo box has cured tho
worst chronic cases of 25 and HO years
standing. No ono ncod suffer live min
utes nftor applying this wondorful
soothing medicine. For sole by all
Druggists or maiica on receipt 01 price,
$1.00 per box. F. S. IlENitr & Co.,
frops., uiovoiana, unio.
"11 ot I wish that mv skin was as white and
soft as sours." sild a lady the other day to a
fema o friend. ''You can easily make it so,"
said tlie lady addressed. "Howl" Inquired
the first speaker. "Use Glenn's Sulphur
The 1)1': T HALVE in tne world lor uuts,
llrutscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kbcum, Tetter.
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. Freckles and Pim
ples. He sure you get HENRY'S CARHOLIO
HALVE, as all others are but Imitations and
counterfeits. Price 2.1 cents.
Dr. UKKU.VN 4.vvui:.AXi:i
111 ITI IIN
Is the oldest and best remedy, for Dyspepsia,
Bllllousncas, Malaria, Indigestion, all disor
ders of the stomach, and all diseases Indicat
ing an IniDUrc condition of tho Blood. Kid
neys, Liver, Skin, etc.
DURNO'SCATA RR 1 HNUr F cures all d s-
cases of tho mucous membrane of tho head
DK. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS aro the best
b SAFE AND SURE
FOR Sit E BY ALL
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKIIIM, OFLVHH, MASS,
LYDIA E. P.NKtiAM'3
Tho 1'onltlvo Cnro
fur all thono I'd In lul CompUInU maii AVrnlatirMtt
fcueuuiuion touurbontftaiulo populutlun
It v. Ill curo entirely tho worst forra of Female Com.
plaints, ftllovarLvntrcublts.InnanjuiAtlon ami UUcia
tlDO, 1'olllitrf and PUiilaci'incntft, omUho conwviucnt
t?liriftl UVftlfiicM, ftuj l$ purtlcxiiarlr nUAt'tcU to tbo
Cluuttr of Ufo,
It wlit dlssoWo and expel tumors from tho vtcrua In
an early fUjuof dcvUopmeut, TUo tendency to can-ci-rous
liiimorsthereUiticckeU Tery noedily by it um.
It removes fointncji, flatulency, tkfetroysull craTimf
foritlmulfuit, and rcIIoTea weakneaa of th ttoniAch.
It circa Dloatln;, Ucadaclit-s, Ncrroua I'roPtratlon,
(lenenU Pcbillty, lec.:Kbnia. Depreuloa aJ ladi
That footing of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, It alwaya jennanently cured by Iti uae.
It will at all times and under all clrcumitancei act In
harmony with the Uwg that eorero tho femalo lyatcm.
tortaocuroot i.i.nicy compwnu os euner aextoia
Compound 14 unurpotHcil.
I.YDI.V I IZKIIA3
V TEC.ETATlLn COM.
W 'l VMI V4 UV Mlt aM IllikSIII
Lynn, Mau. I'rlco (1. SlttMtllciforftJ- StntbTuuill
lu t!io form ot pUli, also In the f orm of loacnfj, oa
receipt o( price, 81 per box for cither. Mn. nnlcliain
froclanaivora all lcttcrii of Inquiry, Bend for iunpb
'et. AiMrcu aa abovo. Ktntton thU Iijr,
Nofamllr fhould bo without LYDIA K. I'INXnAM'8
UXlt TIIJ3. Thejr curo co&atlnatlon. bUlouaaea
inj torpidity of tho llror. tl rent! 1101 Dox.
iimrvnin n o tir,.an,
V LITSM, TBS BOWELS,
AMD ms SIDSSm
WHY ARE WE SICK7
"Stcauu tie allw tfieu gnat organi fa I
lltanni cloagtU or torplif, ana poitonouti
humor$art thtrtfon forctd into ln uoou
Itiat thoultibi txptiua naturaiy.
WILL SURELY CURE
llIt,ES, CONSTIPATION, 'VKINAHY
DI81SASCS, L'KMAI.l. VHUJI.i
ANI NEUVOUS IIISOIIUEIIS,
I by earning fm action qf that organt anil
rotating thtlr wtr to throw off dliiau.
Whr iiifff rllllloua nalni and nclitit
I Why tornientfil lrllli l'llei, ConHpatloat
I Why frlRlitcntJ OTcr Oliorucren umncjii
'Wliyernlaranerroui or sick neauarnaii
I Uu KIIINEV.WOnTniKt rtjolce In hialth.
Itliiiutunln Itrr Vtable Form, In tin I
Jcantonupackagoof which mate els quarta oil
iiueulctoe. Alio in wquia a-ri r
trattil, for thow) tliat cannot readily prepare It. I
1711 acll with equal efficiency In either form. I
usr jt of your DRyqaisT, iwcb, i.qo
I WKI.liB. UICIUUDSOM Cd.,I,rop,i,
QI.N EITIIKU MOL'ID Oil DKY FOUM- II
1 Thitt Attaittllioanmollmp on M
I GHE At GERMAN
SO RE THROAT,
Qeneral Bodilr Pains,
ALL OTHER PAINS
No Vreraratloa on wrth e, ' 8r.JicoinOitnair,
tear, narLE anlcmir Ka-tmal IliineJr- A trial jntalli
lut the comraraUMly trinin outlay (,f WCa.its, and etjrr
i ne lullerlng with palncan lia cheap and pollute rruvUf
la clalul. DIUKHOVS 1.1 tttTE US0C1GES.
SOID 61 All OnilOOISTJ AND OtAURS IN MtOICIKt.
A- VOQELEn 8 CO.
m-NrLLiicMi IwaiiuiTorlnu frum tieoeriil dabllltr
dcnwmntoiuo. A vacation of nmontb didoot Kl'e
inc tended i rtintrimoninaiinitiniictiiiii. Aiiautimo
Lllrcd nlmuit iminedinio nna wdoaeriiii rpuit. i nooi
m it not HTm ane nllr abated I hiTe tued tbroo bnttlei c
lor tliitt It verdld In tnesaiun tliaedurlmcmy HIuMt, and wltli double thn o.w. Wliu tlm trrojuil uvtn
i.ndTiwrof body, tin com nine a clenroekiof tboufiht nytrer Iwiore ecinynd. Ifthe Tonlobasuot dent tbti
work, I know not what, lglfelt thecrfdlt. J. 1. Watbov. 1'awtnf OhrUUnn Ctuirth. Troy.O.
fTht Iron Tonto 4m a
QiH'vtttt ration of Mro
ftajrhlp of iron IVrii!
I i Iff i !.'. a ml 1 vi one
I )infM. uMHorlatrit I
Itrttn tne iaetaoie
evrtt purpomm irnrrci
Hi lontr tHneremmarv,
MAMUFACTURCO 6T THI DR.
I HOP BITTERS.
!(A .llcdlclnc, not n Drluh,)
ItOrH, ntCUD, 2IIANDRAKK,
AND Thk tTnrT M u est si rnicAi. t uaj.iti ki-i
Or ALL OTIIKII I3ITTKI.S.
All Diseases at tho Ftomach) llowi-Is, mood, I
I.Ivlt.KI Jncyi.anJ L i liury Or::ans, i rrousnco, 8
Slvcplvssncst and especially Fccialo CoinplalnM,
Will bo paid X nr a caso thcr will not cure c r lu l,
urf or any thlni; Impure or Injurious tomid I;i thcm.l
Alt your lrust,'iit for Ho.. Hitters nml try!
them bcloro you tletp. Tiiiia iki Otlii-r,
I), 1. C. Is an absolute ami Irrcslstlblu curt- (nrj
Orunkcncss, uto ot opium, tbtacco and narcotics, f
Bend for circular.
P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
KrabracInK full and su'lientlc arconnts ft -very na
tion ol ancient and modern tlim-sond Iriclud'nKii bls
tory of the rise and fall of Urct-k and Itom.n Dm
plres, themtddle tftlr, the rrusadci, ti e feudal sys
tem, tlie eformstloo, tUijdiicovcryandsi-rtlrmi-ntof
tbe Kew Wi rid, etc., etc. U comalns (17S line His
torical encravlnrs, an.- tsthe most con plete lllitcry
of the Wurld ever publlsned. Bind for i et.ln.ciipaKcs
and extra u rins to Aptnts Adtreir,
National Itiilishini ro., Clilcaco, 11'.
1 firO rfirCn Iuwkii r-ui cm u iiutttu. s
ministration from WxeniKoioy to the present tlmo. Includes murli '
Parscnal and Private hlitonr never beforo ttnbiisheil. Addrens
1KADLEV ti UO.. Ot N. Fourth Ut PhiJa., I'o.
To which Is added a sketch and portra't of Mrs. Garfield.
The Oalj Entirely Snocessfnl
r.... ...., ...
unnmocna, ocnmu uuinLnn,
SicluslvoMaDUtscturera, DKCATUB, IU
i Only Double Ring Invented
Champion Ilosr Itlncer.
RINGS AND HOLDER,
Nn sharn rulnu In the Brsa toi
casus Irritation and sorvness, sa Inl
case ot rlDK lhat close with the
joints In the flesh, and produce
sorenens of the nose.
i'Iip ri'nmplon Hu Holder speaks for Itself la
the above cuts.
OITAMIIBRS. I1KUINO A Q0IN1AN.
ratmUd VtC 14, 1873
Ucsnstd and protected
The Mitt Popular Barb Fence Wire now ofTcred In market,
t prices which cannot be undersold t being made Irom All
Steel stock, and the barbs securely held between Ihs wires,
making It absolutely RUST-prool the great objection against
il Daw nira wiui mv nam wguriu aruunu ine wires.
MANUKAOTUHKD DT TUB
ST. LOUIS WIRE FENCE COMPANY, I The Frentreu Barb Wire Feic 0.
! ,t14 818 N. Second St, St. Louis, Ho.
Wlf ysssr JkTercinnl.rfora nor keep this TTlrt, tend ff Prto tviats ststsl Oirwiilari.sl
THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER.
There Is no Sore it will not Heal, No Pain it will not Subdue.
"What Drnffft-Ists Bay of HrtmHu'a Wizard Oil.
rI?nS?'SUEl'!'Never ,n our exPerIen" has a medicine had such tale nt the Wlrard
OU. They come twenty mllet for It.' When your advertlilnc wagon left our town
tnero was perfect ruth for It, and the tale hat been good ever tlnce.
E. J. Moore & Co., Champljln, N.V,
Gentlemen: We have nerer told a bettor preparation, nor one which hat civen
belter, tatltftctlon than Wltard OIL 1)arrett,& Curtiss, Albion, N.V.
GEirrLEMEN, I am telling your goodt In both of my drug ttoret, and there It no
Bwdlclae l handle that civet the tatlsactlon that Hamlin't Wizard OH doet.
KetpecLfully youn, Jaues P. Tibbetts, Preston, Iowa
nolmnn'A Aarc, I.lwcr A Atomnclt
X'nil, For Malaria, Jgu anil Btomath
Holtuati'n Special Pad. Adipud to
old chronic catea. rniCn,j.oo. '
nolninti'a Spleen Dclt. For itnbbora
caiet of enlarged Spleen a ml unyielding Lire
and Stomach trouble!, rniCIt,t3,oo.
Holmnu'alnfhlit'fl Xnd. Foratlmenta
of Infanta and Children, I'ltlCIt, C1.30.
IIolninn'M Rcunl or Kidney Ind.
For Kidney Complaints. I'lllCH, 0a.oo,
nolfiinii'M AtJHorptlvo incdlclnat
Body Plnntcr. The ten I'laiter mado.
rorouson Ilubbcr batls. 1'IUCn, ajc. t
Ilolttinti'rt Atirtorptlvc Mctllcltial
Foot iMnHtcrs. For Numb Peet and
Slugglth Circulation. 1'HICn (per pair) ajc.
Abnorptlon Salt Mcdlcntcd Fool
HnlliH. For Colds, Obstrucllont and all
catet where a Foot D-ith la Deeded, riUCE,
(per X lb. package) asc. '
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Or ent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of price. The
A11SOIIPTION .SAi.T Is not "mailable" and
mutt be tent by Uxprcss at purchaser's expenaew
The success of HOLMAN'S I'ADS haalnsptreal
Imitators who olTer l'nds simitar In form nr4
odor to the true HOLMAN'S, saying, "They
are Just the tame," etc.
Ilcware of all boetta Tads only mad to aett
on the reputation cf The genuine.
See that each Fad bears the lrlvntc ItCTa
Ctltie Htmnpof the HOI. MAN i'ADCOM.
l'AN V, with above Trade Mark printed In preen.
Dn. HOLMAN'S advice Is frrr. Full treads
cent free on application. Address,
n HOLM AN PAD CO.,
rp.ajMMU, 744 BROADWAY, N. Y.
fi'iutnrmnt a it tl rrrttm
itnrmlcit tu thvtteiH
Irrti nvafritit for
Wrnmrm, 11 ant tr mil
(inn, ftiirf fViiiffifN-
to iuch an eitm tbnt mr lritftr wiurxrordlnrlyliur
me mucb reliaf.bat on the contrtry. wnt follow by
TliooldenerkT'rotumpdftDd I found tlmt mynMunil forro
mttleiofthe Tonic, Hlncn minffit I nno ilduptwiictbn In-
l vegaa too use or jour ihon ioniu, irom w iiitp i re-
H A R T E R MEDICINE CO., NO. 213 NORTH MAIN STRIU, M. 10UIS.
I'Iho'n Cure forConHtiini,- j
It lessi isalsotheln'itroiisli unit
Idne Ilnp miinll,- biiltlr
Iliirue. holdi-v-.-:-li'ri' i'ir
mid Ml. (III.
Warranted tollrct t-iiy.iH.
ALMOST ACTUAL COST
COODTEAS, 30,35 fc-tCK'. alb.
All Express Charges paid oa (5 OrdorB.
Don't be deceived I Deal direct with tho
Importer. No Middlemen. We aro the
(THE GREAT. AMERICAN TEA CO..
(r. o. pes ias.) 31 A 33 Vesey St., New York.
P E HiSTOH S.
KVK1CY HOI.II1KK dlsst.leil In line of duty pjr
w nnd, iilpi-Hse, nr liijurv. Is t nttrti-rT tn ri neton.
I'KiNIU iNIi JiKApKII-Mrnt ere draw
Iiir lesstliiiiirntltli-d to.-Tl,oii'iliif Hells nilUeir
to I't-iislon and Iiountv ICEdl-ors. t'AHF.H
rt-cprliul AIIAMKIM'.II ('ANEW (lllldni'.
(Jopirsof Lost lilrc'iaiircs olitalm d Claims t f cv
ery discretion prosicutcd luleuta J'roenred.-Addr-
II N. IIKICI.IN fe CO., Attorney.,
iinx fine. Wn.hinm.in. ji. v
Thompson's Eye Wafer.
This well. known and thorotiffhlv ptth-lent r, mi-riv for
dlseoscsof the Eye, has scqulred a world-wide reputa
tion dnrlns tlie rait etchtv.flvo vearh. and tt Is aro.
markatdc fact that tills reputation tins bun suit&incd
simply by tin' Merita nrtbe Mi-dletnr Itself and
not by anv putllnaor extensive advertising. The many
thousand who liavo used tt will bear testimony to the
irmii i I in. .mil mem. Aianiiibriurtu iioir 17 iuun
L. TIIOMI'EON, 80NH A CO.. Troy, New York.
P-leP rn(. So'il hv .11 ririirirOiis,
W. A. SJ.
lies Moines, vol is n SO
when mtimxa to am'j:utihkus,
plniae sun iou saw the Aihl l llst im nt In
WAWTUU lor "Iho Liom ot the wnrco nouisycst
in tno Hornet ol the presidents," tho moat lnteritlnp; Uuk oS
WASIIINOTON LI1'3 ever puUl.hod, A History of every Ad-
u ever puiiii.uou, a jitsrory oi every AO
I M e- mwt- jm i
Wire Check Bower Erar InTentod.
snant J ran practical vm ms Pfw
the liarnea' vrin check Haww tijsat
Uklnit I lie lead wiUi deaHrsaMaaissMMs
Lhave rendered an cnaalsaosa varaisa
lL'luk Ibiwer made.
The foUowlu an flsi MvssaSasaa
Us ot wua in plaea tt ratw, aai tm ta
cntlsst two rope.
The wire will not stntck sa4 sartsk Bss
The wire Is ss easy tobaadlaaaarasv.
Tbe wire doea not en Ik awaksw.
There la no side draft
It will plsnt perfeei ly aM mon m SMtk,
The Operator due sot bar ta MS sff ths
throw t). wire off tttbe- enl of lit taia.
II wm wora on aaj pianssr aa rw
it u easy to wora o 10 uonui,
It Is dnrable to all lla parts. Takes
Jaw Wtf tm.
Teouxi insi ui
Oatslda t tha Hasw,
And Trtpia Oroov Kcc sod I
Tlds Is ttsoalv CUaisj KastTCr
Invate4 that olosta oa BM awklaa cd
Oss-' ZsCr thenoaa. It overooaaas a tartosa to-
"7 !.r iJ? . "27 Qg
rtngs which close wlih the JoInU togttlisa- hi Um lass.
Eacluslvn Manufacturera. DKOATUK. HL
C.U.IHK II U' UCCaj .UU Ui .CTJLI n wm m
Ittlstutd May , 11)17.
under all the bottom
East Ilubnqna, IlllsasU.
trw saa aM