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this KtNOD'm ok home.
Dark la ttio iilglit, atnl fitful aud drearily
Hashes tto wind, like the waves of the tc&
Little euro I, n here I sing cheerily,
Wlfo (t my slilo nml biiio on my knee,
Klnj,', king, crown mo Uio kins,
Homo Is trie kingdom anil lore Is tlio king.
riahM tho UrcllKht upon the dear faces,
Dearer and dearer as onward wo go,
Foices tho suad w behind us and places
Brightness around us with warmth In the
Kir e, klntr, crown mo tho king,
Hi liie li the kingdom and lore Is the king.
Flashes tho firelight, Increasing tho (-lory,
Ilcamlnz from brleht eyes with warmth
Tclllnc of trust and content, the sweet story,
Lifting tho shadows tout over us roll.
Klnar, Kins, crown mo tho king,
Homo Is tho kingdom and love Is the kin.
Richer than miser with pet Willi? treasure,
Served with a service no conquest could
Happy with fortune that words cannot meas
ure, Light hcar'cd I on the he.irlhtonccan sing;
Klnr, king, cri.wti mo tho king,
Home Is tho kingdom ml lovo Is the klui.
NAIMM.KON'S Til HUH WAKNINOS.
A HtrunRe Htory of (no
nt NnnntiMl by
Tho colobnitoil Fotioho, Dnko of Ot
ranio, tiomotlmu olilof of pollco to Na
poleon, was retained but u short tlmo,
it is well-known, in the sorvleo of tho
UonrbouN, nficr their restoration to tho
throno of Franco. Ho rotlrotl to ilio
town of Al.v, in Provenco, nnd tluru
llvocl in nllluonco mid ouso upon tho
gulns of lils lon;j nml busty enroor. On
ono occasion tuo cotnpiiny nmnmblcrt
in his snlon, hoard fioiu his lips the
By degrees, us Napoleon nsjumod
thn authority of n kln,j, nvory tiling
about hitu, oven in tho days of thu Don
sulnto, began to woar a court-llko up
ponranoe. Allthoold, monnrchial hab
itudes woro revived, ono by one.
Among other revivals of this klud, tho
custom o attending mass previous to
tho hour of nudiouco was restored by
lionupnrto, nnd ho himself was punc
tual in his npptmrnuco at tho chapel of
St. Cloud o t such occasion. Nothing
could bo inoro luundnno than tho mode
of performing thoso religious sorvicos.
Tho actresses of tho opera woro tho olio
rists, nnd great crowd of bu9y talka
tlvo people wero In tho habit of fro
quonting tho gallory of tho chapol,
from tho windows of which tho First
Consul and Josophlno co-ild always bo
seen with their nuitus and friends. The
wholo formed merely a daily ox uibttion
of tho consular courcfor tho puoplo.
Atone particular tlmo tlio punctuali
ty of Bounparto in bts attendance on
mass was rather dlstro:ising tohls wlfo.
Tho quick and joalous Josophino had
disjovorod that tho oyo of hoi1 husband
was too much dirootul to a window in
tlio gallory whoro thoro regularly ap
peared tho form and face of a girl of
uncommon boauty. Tho chestnut
trossos, tho brilliant oyos and grncoful
figure of this porsonugo caused tho
moro unoaslnom to tho Consul's wlfo,
a tho stranger's glancos woro bont not
loss often upon lionupnrto than his
woro upon her.
"Who Is that young girl?" said Jo
sephine, ono day, at tho closo of thu
Rorvico; "what can sho scok from tho
Frst Oansul? I observed hor drop a
uillot ju now at jus loot, uo ptoiiou
it up I saw him."
No ono could toll Josophlno who
tho object of hor notloo proolsoly was,
thougn thoro wero somo who
declared hor to bo an "omisreo" lately
returned, and who was probaoly desir
ous of tlio intervention ol tuo I- irst Con
sul in favor of her family. With such
guossos as this, tho consul's wife was
oblisod to rest satisfied for the time
Af tor tho audionon of that same day
had passed, Bonapart expressed a
wish for a drlvo in tho pnrk, and ac
cordingly wont out nttondod by his
wife, mV brother Joseph, Dnroo, and
Hortonso Boauharnals. Tho King of
Prussia liad just prosontod Napoleon
with a superb sot of horsos, four in
nnmbor.ani they woro harnossod to an
open oiarlot for tho party. Tlio Con
sul took it Into his hoad to drlvo in
po-aon, and monntod into tho coaoh
man's seat. Tho chariot sot oil, but
just as it was turning into tho park, it
Wint crash against a ftono at tho .ft-Oi
and tho tirst Consul was thrown to tho
ground. IIo attempted to rise, but
again foil prostrato in a stunnod and
insonslblo condition. Moanwhilo tho
horsos sprang forward with the chariot,
ana were only stoppod whon JJuroc, at
tho risk of his lifo, throw himself and
seized tho looso rains. Josophlno was
i.nrnn nnr. In ft nitf inn I n rr ..nnrllftnn
Tho rost of tho party spoodlly roturnod
to Napoloon, and carrfod him back to
his apartments. On recovorlng his
senses fully, tho first thing whiob ho
did was to put his hand into his Docket
and null out tho slln of minor drounod
at his foot. In thu chapol. Looking over
his hhouldor, Josephino road upon it
"Do not drlvo out in your carriago
. tms tay." ,
" JLhH oimJiavo no allusion to our
lato nocldont," Bald Bonaparto. "No
ono could forosoo that I was to play
tho part of coaohm in to-day, or tbnt I
should bo awkward onougn to drlvo
ngalnitnstonu. GoDuroc, andoxamino
Duroo oboyod. Sown after ho return'
ad, very palo, and took tho First Consul
aaldo. ' Cllizon Consul," said ho,
"had you not struok thostonoand slop-
pou our arivo, wo unci nit neon lost."
"How soP ' was tho reply.
'Thero wan in tho carriage, conceal
ed bohlnd tho rear seat, a maislvo
bomb, charged with ragged plocost of
iron, wmi n stow ronton auaoueu 10 ir,
anil kinuloil. Things had boon so ar
ranged, that in a quarter of an hour
wo should havo boon soattorod among
tho troffi of tho Park of Saint . Cloud.
Fomho mu3boold of this: Dubois
must be warned!"
"Not a word to them," replied Bona
.parte "Tho knowledge of one plot
only omrendoru a sooond. Let Joso
phino remain ignorant of tho danger
sho has escaped. HortonsriT'loseph,
Cimacoros toll nono of thorn; and lot
tho government Journals say not a word
about ray fall."
Tho First Consul was thon sllont for
Duroo," ho said.at lonath, "you will
come to-morrow at mass and oxaralno
with attention young girl whom I shall
point out to you.
Sho will occupy tho fourth window
in tho gallory on tho right. Follow
hor homo, oroiuso hor to bo followod
nnd brlnor mo Intellluonco of hor namo
hor abode, and hor olroumstanoos. It
tvi 1 bo better to do this yourself:
would not havo tho pollco intcrforo in
On tho morrow tho oycu of moro than
ono porson woro turneil to tho window
In tho gallery. Hut tho jealous Jo?o
phino sought in vain for tho gracofnl
llguro of tho young girl. Sho was not
thoro. Tho impatient Fir it Consul, and
his confidant, Duroo, wero groally an
noyed nt hor non-nppoaranco, and
small wns tho attention paid by thorn
to t ho servlco that day. Tholr nuxluty
was fruitless.' Tho girl was seen at
mass no moro.
Tho summors of Napoleon voro
spent chlollv at Malmaisou tho win
ters nt Salnl Cloud nnd tho Tullorlos.
Winter had como on, nnd tho First
Consul hau boon holding court In thn
groat iipartiucnis of tho last of thoso
palaces. It wn tho third of that month
which the Republicans woll called Ni
ton; and In tuo evening Bonaparto co
lored his carriago to go to tho opora.
aocompnnled by his aid-do camp, Lau
riston, nnd Goiiorals Lannes and Bor
thlor. Tho vehlolo was about to start,
whon a foninlo, wrapped in n black
mantle, rushed out upon tho Place Car
ouiol, rnndo her way Into tho midst of
tho guard about to acconipauy Bona
nattc, and hold forth a paper to tho
"Cltlaon Consul, Citizen Consul,
Bounparto, with that smllo which
Bourrlenno describes m irresistible,
salvted tho potltlonor, strolched out his
ha:;d for tlio missive. "A petition,
mnUam?" said ho Inquiringly, and then
continued: "Fonr notulng; 1 shall per
, vo It ami sou Jastlco done."
"Citizen Consul" cried tho wo-
man, Imploringly joining her hands.
What shu would liavo fnrtiier sntu
was lost. Tho coachman, who, it was
allorwiird, said, was Intoxicated, gavo
tho lash to hi j hor.ios, anil thoy sprang
IV with tho speed of lightning.
Tno Consiil. throwing Into his hat
thu paper ho had roeolved, remarked
to Uts coin pan ions: "i coum nut won
sou her figure, but 1 think tho poor
woman Is young.
Tnooani.igo dashod along rapidly.
It wns just Usulng from tuo street of
Sc. Nicholas, when a frightful dotona
tirn was hoard, mingling with and
followed by tho crash of broken win
dows and tho cries of Injured passors-
by. Tho Infernal niachiuo had ox plod-
od. Unlntured, tho carriago ol tlio
Consul anil iti inmates was whirled
with undiminished rapidity to tho
opera. Houaparto ontorou nis uox wmi
surono urow nuu unminun iupiuiiiiuui.
Ihi saluted, as usual, tho assoniuieii
spectators, to whom tho nows ot Uie
explosion caino wun nu mu fpn
which rumor oxoroises upon such oc
casions. All woro stunned anu stupe
fied, lhimparto ouly was portootly
calm. Ho stood with crossad arms.
listening attontlvuly to tho oratoiioof
liavun, wnion was excciicen on uiui.
ovuuing. Buddonly, howovor, ho ro
metnborL'd tho papor put into his
hands. IIo took it out and road these
linos: . .
'In tho namo of heaven, Citizjn
Consul, do not go to tho opora to night,
or, If you d j tro. pass not through tho
strt-ot of St. Nicholas."
On (ondlnir thoso words tho Consul
chnucod to ralso his oyca. Exaully op
posite .o him, in a box on tho third tlor,
sat tho joungglrl of tho Chapel of S.ilnt
Clouil, who, witn joinou iianiis, soomoo
to utter prayers of gratitude for tho es
cape which had taken pluco. Her head
had no covering but hor flowing and
b Jiiutlful chostuut hair, and hor porson
was wrapped In n dark mantlo, wuicu
tho Consul recognized ns idontical with
that worn by tho woman who had dc
llvtrod tho paper to him at the carriago
door on tno I'iaco uarousei.
"Go." said ho. oulotlv but quickly,
to Lannes; "go to tho box exactly op
posite to us, on tho thl.d tlor. You
will una a young gin in a dirck mauiio.
Briuir hor to tho Tullorlos. I must seo
her, without dolay." Bonaparto spoko
thus, without raising his oyes, but to
mako Lannoj cortain of tho porson, hu
took tho general's arm and said, point
ing upward, "boo thoro look I
Bonaparto stooped suddonly. Tho
girl was gone. No black mantlo was
to bo sotn. Annoyed U this boyond
moasuro, ho hurriodly sent oft' Lannes
to IntereoDt nor. It was in vain, me
oox-koepor nau eon such an inuivmiini,
l.nh Vnnur tintlilmr nliniif. Iinr. Ttrinn.
narto arnllod to Foucho and Dubois,
but nil tho z;al of thoso functionaries
failed In discovering hor.
Yoars ran on nftor tho explosion of
tho internal machine and tho straugo
uccompanviuir oircumstancos which
tended to mako tho ocouronoo moro ro
markablo in tho oyos of Bonaparto. To
the Consulate succeodod tho Kmplro,
and victory after victory marked tho
caroor of tho great Corcdcan. At longth
th hour t chuuro camo. Allied Eu
ropo poured its troops into Frnuu?, nnd
compoiioa tho umporor to lay down
the eceptro which had boon so long
shnkon in terror over half tho civilized
world. Tho Isle of Elba became for a
fow days tho most remarkablo spot on
tho el ibo, and finally the rosuscitatod
empire foil to pieces anow on tho Hold
ui tvmunuu. ,
llnnnnfliln wna nli.-,if tf fintf. m r n linn -l
Tho ruomont ha.l oomo f or nim to set
MVUHfWt W . .-J . . 'I U I. V w 'I ... V . k
foot In tho bark which was to convey
hlra to tho English vessel. Fiouds
who had followod tho fallen chits to
tho vory Inst woro standing by to glvo
him a final adlou. Ho waved his hand
to thoso around, and a smllo was on
tho lip whioh had civon tho faro.
Kiss to tho imporlaWotigio. At thll
btunt n .vomau broko through tho
that stood beforo Napoloon. Sho
In tho prime of -woman s llfo: no
girl, yet young enough to rotaln mn
pairou tuai Doiuuy lor wiiioiihiio
boon romarkiiblo nraonc a cr3wr
beauties. Hor featuros woro full of
auxloty and sadness, adding intoroK to
her appoaranco oven at suou a mo
"SIroI slrol" said sho, prosontiag a
nanor hurrledlv: "road! roadl" V
'tho Emporor took tho papor prosent-
oil tn hm. Hn shook his head, and
hold up the paper to his oyo?. After
perusing us oontenu no tooK it ootweon
his hands and tore it to piooos, scatter
ing tho fragments in tho'air .
"Stor. slrol'' cried tho vfoman.
"Follow tho advice! Bo warnod It is
"No!" ropllod Napoleon. And, tnk
in or from his flncror a beautiful oriontal
rub , a valuablo souvenir of his Egypt
Ian campaigns, ho hold it out to tho
woman. Sho took it, kncollng, .and
Kissed tuo nana wnton presented it.
Turning his hoad. Napoloon thon step
Eod into tho boat whioh awaited to tako
1m to tho yossol. Tho vossol took him
to tho barren rook of St HolOcn.
And thoro ho died.
Thus ot throo warnings, two wero
usoloss bocnuso nogleoted until tho
danger had oucurrod, and tho third
which prognosticated tho fate of Nap
loon, if onco iu tho powor of his udvc
sarios tho third was rojootodr
"But who was this womnn, Duko of
"That," ropllod Foucho, "I know
not with corlnlnty. Tho Kmporor, i(
)iu knew ultimately, scorns to havo kept
tho secret. All that .s known respect
ing tho matter is that a frmalo reined
to S tin; Itogont, ono of tho authors of
tho explosion of tho street St. Nicholas
(led nt tho hospital Hotel DIcu, In 1837,
nnd that nrounil her n'.'ok wns suspend
ed, by a silk ribbon, tho exquisite ori
ental ruby of Napoloon."
Hosslp About ltojnlly.
Tho following list Includes nil the
crowned heads of Europe, with their
ngos, ami uio unto wnon tnoy uegan to
until J'eiiro u., urazii I
William, Brunswick 18.11
Victoria, Grent Britain 18:17
Frlodrioh Franz II., Sohworln. 1812
Ernst II., Saxo-Coburg 1811
Iteorgo, Wnldeek 1815
Francis Joseph I., Autrla. ... 1818
William HI., tho Nothorlahd. 1810
Kroderlck. Badoti 18.V.'
Peter, Oldenburg 18.VI
Clias. AlcxMur, onxo-Wolmer. 1 K.l.'i
K'ust, Sn.vo-Allonborg 18.V1
Charles III., Monaco 18.KS
.loliti H., Mchatolu 1MH
Hcurolch XXtl., Houp Grulz. 18.VI
NicliohH, Montenegro 18G0
Frederick William, Strolllz. . . 1800
Adolph, Schaumburg lfitiO
William I.. Prussia 1801
L. uls I
Goorgo I., Greece
Chrls'ian IX., Denmark
lHiin II., B ivatl.a
Charles I., Wurtemburg
Leopold II., Belgium ...
Goorgo II.. Saxe-Molnliigon ..
Ilonry XIV., Houss-Schotz
Milan I.. Scrvlu
William, Gorniany 1871
Friodrlcii, Anhalt 171
O-onr II.. Swodon 180'.'
Altis'rt, Saxony 187JI
Alfonso Xlf., Spnln 1871
Wnldomnr, Llppc-Detmold 187i
Abdul Hamld, Turkoy 1870
Ludwlg IV., Hosso 1877
Humbert I., Italy 1878
Loo XIII., Popo 1878
lui'ison ". 1880
Aloxander 111., Russia 1881
Tho agas of tho empresses nnd
queens may interestyour lnpy readers.
tlio ompres3 Augusta, of Uormany, is
soventy-ono; tho Queen of Penmatk,
slxty-livo, and ()ueen Victoria of Eng
land is sixty-tnreo. ino f.mpress ot
Brazil and Queen Olgn, of Wurtem
burg, havo both reached sixty, while
tno cx-niprcss JMigonie, whoso namo
Is still recorded In tho pluco of honor
In tho calondar, Is lifty-six. Tlio
Queonof Saxony Is forty-nine, thn Em
press of Austria, forty-live, tho Queen
of Belgians forty-six, tho Queen of
Spedcn forty-.-ix. Quoon Margaret of
itaiy is iitty-two, tno J'.uipressot Has
sla thirty live and tho Quoon of Portu
gul thirty-livo. whllo tho three young
03t nro tho Quoon of Notliorlanils
twenty-four, thu Qucon of Spam twon'
ty-iour, wuuou ot sorvin twenty-threo
WUehe in tho West ofUnglanil.
Witches aro still common In tho
west of England. A Plyni'iutti witch
lias lately caused a great doal of dis
comfort to a fcnfaring young man
Ho sotsail with a smnok-ownor of Brix
ham, as a mombor of tho ciow, but
his health suffered In his maritluio ud-
vonturo, and a physlclau advised him
that ho wns m danger of losing his eyo
sight. Tlio master oi tho smack oado
tho young mariner consult a white
witch at Plymouth, nnd tho suH'oror
took this ndvico. Tho whllo witch
boldly doclarod that not tho invalid
but the whnlo smack was under a
spell, and suffering from tho wiles of
sorcerers. Tlio master und tho lad
visited tho witch togothor, but tho
spoil could not bo romo vod. Tho youth
thon wont into an inlirmary, nnd re
covnrod not only his health, but
wages from his too spiritually mind
ed ninstor. But tho witch will con
tinuo to drlvo trade in Plymouth.
Exnctltudo: "I am sorry to Inform
you," said a mnn to an Arkansas port
tloman, "that your son has ocon killed
in a balloon ascension." "HowP"
asked tho gontleman. "Woll, you seo
ho went up with tho professor and tho
balloon dropped sutldonly and killed
both of thorn." "It wns tho doscon
slon that killed him. My friend, whon
you como into this neighborhood with
a ploco ef information glvo itstraiglit."
Tho Fmlcrkkton (New Jlrunswick;
Can.) Reporter says: "Nobody can but
admiro tho porslstont entorpriso mani
fested by tho owners of St. Jacobs Oil
in keeping tho nnmo before tlio public
Itrccoivcd a big 'send oft' In tho Hovso
tho other day by tho Hon. Mr. Porloy,
who warned ma collca'uos in tuo Uov
ornmont of tho danger of Boar Killors
rocolving two bounties for ono nose;
tho jzdloious uso of tho Oil causing
At tlio ond of tlio urst yoar comos
tho cotton wedding.
At two yoars comos tho papor
At throo tho loathor.
At the closo of flvo comes tho
At tho sovonth anniversary tho
frlonds nssomblo at tho woolen.
At ten comos tho tin.
At twelve roars the sllkon and dno
At fifteen tho crystal wod ling.
At twenty tno irtonus gatiior with
At twonty-fivo tho marrlod couplo
that havo boon truo to tholr vows for a
quartor of a oontury aro rewardod vvitb
bllvor gifts. From this period forward
tho tokens of ostoom beoomo rapidly
Whon tho thirtieth anniversary Is
roaohed thoy aro presented with
At the fortieth comos tho rubins.
At tho fiftieth occurs tho golden wed
ding. Boyond that tlmo tho ogod couplo art
allowod to onjoy tholr many gifts in
If, howovor, by any poslblllty thoy
should roaoh tholr fovonty-llfth anni
versary thoy aro prosontod with tho
rarest gifts to bo obtained, nt tho cele
bration of tholr diamond wedding.
Thousand of Lotto.
The proprietors of that splendid strengthen
cr Dr. Uuysott's Yellow Dock nuilSarsaimrllla,
havo received thousands of letters praising
their medicines. From the testimony of many
ladles, tho fact Is proven that as a fcuinlo med
icine it excels all others. It never falls to re
lievo that sense of bearing down, that feeling
of groat bodily exhaustion, that depressed and
gloomy state of mind incidental to dysmonor
hca. If. your druggist docs not keen It ask
him to sftX It for you.
Nipped In tho bud: "Loveflt thou mo
much, ThnodoroP" "Oh. Olorlnthnt If
nil" Jint horo tho old man jumped
tip from behind n bush near tho front
gn'o nnd ejaculated: "Sco horo! Nono
of this doggono Komoo business. This
ain't no thoatto. Clorlnth, go In nnd
holp your mothor to wash them dishes,
and yon, Thcodorco, or whatever your
name is, if you want to remain In n sit
In' condition you had boiler git out of
that 'ero.gato thoro teveral times faster
innu you enmo in."
DES3IOINE8 IN'SUHAN'CH COMPANY.
A MA (1 N 1 1' I UKNT H If OIVI NU .
A Company Kvery Way Worthy of I'm-
From the Des Moines Dally Ken s.
Theodore Gatcholl, tho secretary of
tho Des Moines Insurnnco Company, In
his report to tho Auditor of State,
makes tho best financial showing of
any of ur Slnto companies.
STATKMKNT TO 4VNUAIIT 1, 1SS1.
Itonils, Mortcni:e.', and other secur
ities ...T tSO,743.'.'7
Accrued IntcrcKt fi'i'.'.ill
Cash In ll:inl r,,.tM7.:i.'l
Notts on li.iii.l taken for premiums... w. It . t
1'i'oiiiliimn In couno of colli etloti. . . . - (iTU.rvi
Onieo furniture TiKHH)
Itesrrvc forlie-Insurance.duo Agents
nun an oilier J.iiomuoj ? .:,', hi
Surplus ns r.pnrils Policy Holders... SI U.UU M
Tho company has done upwards of
70,000 In premiums In 1882 ntanox-
penso of management lcs3 than ill! por-
As n further ovldnnce of Us prosper
ity, nnd lluunclnl condition, somo of
tho host financiers In this Statu have.
within thn past year, noticed tho pros
perity of tho company.and havo invest
ed their means In It. Notonly this, ox
Gov. Samuel Merrill, acknowledged to
bo ono of tho best financiers In tho
State of Iowa, has not only lookod into
thu affairs of tho co i pany to tho extent
of being willing to subscribe to nnd
own a portion of Its stock, but has
sho .vn his confidence in tho present
condition and futuro of tho company,
to tho extent of necoplingtho presiden
cy of tho company, adding ''Is strength
and Inlluonco in making it (in honor to
Iown, and to n!siflt in shaping lis af
fairs and so doallng with lis patrons,
ns to c iniiiaiiil thu putronngn and con
fidence of tho people of our State. As
a company it s:aads woll at home.
Wo snould always lend our .ympn
tliios to our enemies in misfortur.o
which wo generally do, and nro glad
of tho chimco.
I'm-- Cml-I.Hi-i Oil. in ulu from noli'Ctnl Urenv
n the nwiliurc, .y Oaswull, IIazai.ii ft Co., Vcw
Yuri:. It I iitmolutcly p-ji itml wn-t, 1'iilli'nl" wlio
h.ivu ihicu Inkin II prufcT It to all oilier. l'livlcl.ui,
luivuilc'cKH'.luu,icilr K.nnviit lliuolli Iu m.irki'l
'liiiiii''l Ilniul, Fort-, rliniili'K, nnd rmiKli
f Kin. t'ureil liy uln .Iii.mi-ki: Taii moai-, iimclc bj
Uaswkll, HiZAni) tc Co.. New York.
Tlio moro methods thoro nro lr
a stato for iicrjuiring rlahoi without In
dustry or merit, tho kij.s tluru will be
of either in flint Ftato.
Skinny Men. 'Wi-lls' IUmIIIi Id-newer" ri-torvn
nciiiin nnii iKor, linen uvpci.i, lin.oicucc. II.
Ho that dolh not know tho!o thing-f
winch are of uso for him o know, is
out an ignorant mau, whatever ho may
"In rhonlng allies, look to their power
ii ven us 10 i neir t in io mil you " ininoos
lug a rtmeilv for hmvel. liver ami klilnci- ills
eiwes, try Kdluey-Wort, and you will never
lcgrci it. 11 you am suoject to ague you
must bo sure to keep yo ir liver, lumvls and
kidneys In good free condition. When bi),
you wui uo iree irom an amicus.
Both omdltion and ngrimi'.turo ought
to bo encouraged by govornuiont: wit
and manufactures will come them
Motlivr Swbu'd Worm tirup, rnrfmTUhnru,rcit
1eticta, worinp, cminlralion. Tnttili tt. ZiC.
Thoro nro two things to which wo
novor grow noans omcd tho ravagos
of timo and thu injus Ioj of our follow
"Fiee duetorn; notJofnirilUine; norcll'f. Dr.
Jlfi'i, Skin Vurf haxttnrtn all truiitbm
nnd I'm Murlu ucll." Ida C. Young:, Uumfliou,
111 lovo wo giow acquainted because
wo nro alroaily attached; In friendship
wo muss know each ct'ior before wj
In (Jo, mI MiirllH.
T. Wulkor. Cleveland. O.. writes: "For tho
last twelve months I have suffered with lum
bago nnd general debility. I commenced tali-
lug lluniiocic lli.ooi) lliTTKltN about six weeks
ago, and now liuve great pleasuro In stating
nor. i inive reiovere i my iipnenie, my enni'
nlexlou lias crown ruiMv. and leel better alto
gethcr." I'rlce tl.i 0.
A f oblo light la tlio pulpit is moro
out of place than in tho pew. It Is not
position but oharnctor that gives light.
A Forlorn llojio.
Off) .1. Docsburg, proprietor IToUnwl City
dXtic, Mich., writes: "A had cold settled on
my side an t biek, kidney trouble, liver and
rheumatism combined: I suffered terribly,
though vas obliged to movo about nnd attend
to business. I tried local doctors, hut received
no relief, and 'as u forlorn hopu1 trlel your
Iiiomav HcLKCTmo Oil; have onlv used half
a tlfty-ecnt bottle, ami feel as well us I ever did
In my life."
Thoro aro many vices which do not
doprivo us of friends; thoro nro many
virtues which provont our having an'.
Tho papers aro full of "Food" med
icines, out thoro is no "food" nonsense
about Cartors'a Liver Bitters. Thoy
mako you want all tho food you can got.
A narrow- minded man can novor
possess roal and truo gonorosity; ho
can novor go boyond moro bonovol
onoo. Convaloscuuis iiom mi wasting dis
eases should uso Carter's Llvor Bitters
for their superior strongthonlng and
If you wish to appoar woll In sooioty,
you must oonsont to bo taught many
things whioh you know already.
"llaclin-Pallii." Quick, complete cure, all annor
tog Kidney und UrlDury Dlaesaei, SI,
Tho darkness of death is llko tho
uvoning twilight; It makos nil oojects
appear moro lovoly to thy dying.
G3?"Drcsses, cloaks, coats, stockings ana
all garments can bo colored successfully with
tho Diamond Dyes, Fashionable colors, Only 10c.
Tborloh man dospUos thoso who
ilattor him too rauoh, nnd hates those
who do not Hatter him at all.
"Ilouiih on Rati." Clesra out rata, jnloe, Qloi, bed
bait, roactu i, nli, vt will), ctilpmtiuki. 15c.
Thoro is nothing in tho univorso that
I foar, oxcopt that I may not kuow till
my duty or may fall to do it.
Is vour hair falling out or your scalp ills
casedl Carbollne, a deodorized extract of pe
troleum, as cow Improved ond perfected, Is
lust tho article- you liecd buy a bottle, and
like thousands who nro using It nil over tho
land, ycu will value It as the choicest of nil
CAUSE FOB APPREHENSION,
Why MystPrlon Phjslcnt Trouble, Amuse
niiecii iroii(i--v rrori'ssionni i;jp
tlellrr, Fow Ihlnirs irlvo moro tialn than dread
or iippreheiHtoii. Most people nro nblo
to faco danger heroically, but tho Hid
den nnd unexpected co'mlng of somo
indefinite caluinliy very naturally
strikes terror lo oven tho bravest. For
this reason lightning and tornadoes nro
considered terrible; tholr coming and
going nro so Midden, utiatnounceil and
unknown, i-or this sumo reason nn un
known dlc:isi, somo poison In tho
jlood. homu tn nt .-i (1 v flint Is I'rnilimllv
undoriulnitig tho llfo, Is specially dread
ed by all thinking people. And. in
deed, thoro nro goo. I reasons for such
dread, for modern rclenco has dis
covered that somo vlruicnt disorder.!
show tlio lcuU slgnslnthcirbcglniiliigs,
wiiiio tnoy nnvo tuo worst poFstoio
iymptoms. uo know of ninny per
sons who havo dull nnd uncertain pains
in various portions of the body; who
nro unnaturally tired ono day and ap
parently well'tho next; who havo an
enormous appetite utilities nnd uloath
Ing of food noon thereafter Such per
sons nro roallvln udaugcrc us condition
even though thoy may not rouli.o It.
I ho folliMitg statement of a moil
prominent physician, who has had tin
tiitial ootiorUthillos for investigation Is
of soslrlklng nnd important a nttiiri'
that it will hu read with interest lv nil;
ASS-OCIATM) CIIAI'.ITIKS OF CINCIN-
X VI I.
no win or nmirrotii.
o-(ii'i Aub, M. I?.
V ...ifiv. ' ir, vi
jr. .Vilh r.
AVn.fMiit. 11. Hrii'fV.
.Vr.. J. y-.
Mn. (Iiorie llnnfrl.
I'M' K I.Mukenluimir.
j. ii. mivtu
Oitici:: No. 'J7 ; Wr.st llmimt Stiuii-.t, i
II. AMIBIISjN, .M 1)., ftl nitlNTKN'llCSr. .
Cixns.s-.ni, O. Dte.'J, I'-SJ. )
1 have, during my professional ca
reer of many y ears' practice, treated n
larg number of various disorders, of
which, porliaps, nono have given mo
moro trouble than tlio niys.erlotis dis
ease "nown as aoiito ne)hrllls; nnd
whllo it may seem strango, it is, never
Iheless, trim, that tho pliysician Is gen
! silly greatly annoyed by this myste
rious trouble, (npeciully when thu case
is of hereditary origin. It Is, doubt
less, tho first stngo of the well known,
but terriblo Blight's ilbrase, as tho
hldnus contain larjo (piantities of al
bumen; and while children and young
people aro especially liable to its at
tacks, it is prevalent with nil clashes,
and usually continues until Into in life.
One oli.'itiiinto cas-o wliUli camo un
der my observation, was that of a fire
man of this city who applied lo me for
treatment. Tho c.iso was diagnosed
parenchymatous nephritis. Thu man
was twenty-tour years of ago: plethor
ic and light, complected. IIo slatod
that he hud MitfeiTil from urinary trou
bliH liom childhood, and that ho li-ul
"doa'orcd" a hundred Uiuim. each
tlmo Improving somo; after which, in
a short while, ho would relapjo into
his former Mnto of misery. I pro
scribed tho uual therapeutics known
to the profession with tho sanm result
that niv coikiiiguei h'ld obtained. Ho
got lieiier tor r. wlii'c and then worso
agi ln; in fact, so bad that ho had to
lav oil for Homo ti no. lie tutlered iu
teiuie pain; so much so that I ror.fcysl
iiiid hi rvsorl to hjpoilenul i injoo ions
of morpiila, Ji' (irngnps! who Know
how disgu-tod I was wlih tho easo, nl
ihoiurh not willingto desert tho man,
advised mo to try a remedy from which
ho (thu druggist; hiiiiseit, liad derived
great benefit. As a drowning man
catches at a straw, I prescribed this
remodv, not lotting my patient, how
over, know what I was giving him;
and although not a beiioyer in nor a
patron of "pntent medicines, I must
confuss that after my fireman had ta
ken ono bottle ho grow much hotter.
I made him continue its uso for a peri
od of two months, with tho most grati-fvlno-
rosulw: it reallv worked won.
(fers nnd ho owes his euro and present
perfect health solely to tho remarkablo
power ot Warner s saio Kiunoy anu
Avor Cure, tho remedy which I pro
scribed ncd ho used.
Since tho recovery of tho man nbovn
mentioned, I havo given considerable
thought to tho subject of acute neph
ritis, or kidnev dilllciilty, and I find
that its manifestations aro most remark-
able. It often appears without nnyppce
ial s vnitomi) of it own.or possibly ns a so
quultJbouio other (liseaso.lt may bo a so
lium to scarlatina, dipiitiiona, anu oin
or illnossos, and ovon arise from preg
nancy. Tho first symptoms frequently
show themselves in tho form of high,
llorco nnd inteusn pains In tho lumbar
region, "tho small of tho back," trou
blesome micturitions and frequent
changes in tho color of tho urlnu whioh
at tines diminishes precoptibly. I f tho
urino is entirely Mipiirossed, tho easo,
prcb.tbly will terminate fatally in a
vorvfow days. Dropsy is aconseiiienco
of thu suppression of urino, and l ho so
voronoss of it is governed by tho pro
portion of rotoutloi'.Tho nervous system
bocomos prostrated with subsequent
convulsions iin' irregular circulation
of tho blood, which In my estimation,
evonliittlly might omiso a disonsed heart
to glvo out. As I havo remarked, in
many klduoy di (cases yos, ovon in
Bright's diseaso itself thoro is no por
cnptlhlo pnln in tho back, and thoso
troubles often assort thoiuselves In var
ious symptom" for Instance, In troa
blosomo (liarrlKua, blood poison, Impair
ed oycsiL'ht, niiuseii, loss of appetite,
disordered digestion, lors of conscloui
noss, husky volco und many other com
plaints too numerous to mention. In
deed thousands of peoplo nro Bufienug
from tho first stages of Bright's dlsoaso
tc-dny, and thoy do not know It.
In conclusion, I would llko to stiito
that I have, sluoo my sucooss with tho
fireman, repeatedly prescribed War
ner's Safo Klduoy nnd Llvor Cure, and
if ray professional brethren could only
bo brought so far as to overcome thoir
projudico against proprietary modlolnos
thoy would, undoubtedly, linil thorn
solves recompensed for their supposed
saeriUoo of liberty, ns woll as by tho
groat benefits thai would nccruo to tho
world. Most slncoroly,
O. ANDERSON, M. I).,
Moro ovU truths nro dhoovorod by
tho corruption of tho heart than by tho
ponotratlon of tho mind.
Wieo mon mako moro opportunities
than thoy find.
Use Re riding's Ktisslattalvo In thoTIouso and
use Heading's Hussla Salve In the stable. Try It.
"llrown'H Jiroiit-lilal Trorlien"
aro an etfectual Cough ltemcdy. Sold ouly in
Try our new brand Spring Tobacco.
l'sronl men Only.
m.. .. jM ,.. un. . rA..i.ll x lv.
will send Di. Dvo'sColcbrafedEchctro-Voltaic
lleltb and Electric A nDllanccs on trial for thir
ty days to men, (young; or old) who aro aflllct
cdwuh nervous dabillty, lost vitality and
kindred troubles, cuarintcelug speedy and
complete rRS'oratton of neaith and manly vig
or. Address as above. N. U. No risk la In
curred, as thirty day's trl Is allowed.
IF YOU ARE SICK.
If you are sick, HOP lllTTKliSwIll
surely nld Nature In making you well
again when till else falK
If you nro comparatively well, but
feel flic need of n grand Ionic ninl stim
ulant, never rest easv t!ll)ou nro made
n new being by the use of
If you are coftlveord,vpeptli-,nr are
stillerlng from nny other of tho tinnier
oils diseases of the stoinaeh or bowels, It
Is jour own fault If you remain 111, for
nrc tho sovereign remedy In all such
If yon are wasting nwav nlthnny
form of Kidney illease, stop tempting
death t his moment, and turn for a cure to
If you are sick with that terrible
sickness Nervoilnes, vim will llud a
"llalm In (Ulead" In the use of
If you lira n frequenter, or n relileiit
of n miasmatic district, barricade your
system against tho tcoiinuro of all
countries malarial, eplilemle, billion,
nnd Intermittent fevers hv the luoof
If ynu havo rough, plmplv, or sallow
skin, had breath, pnlus nnd nches. nnd
feel mlfirable generally, 11(11' HIT
TEI1S wlllglveyouf.'ilrfSln.rlch blool,
In short, they (aire A I.I. Dlencs of
tho Sfoimteh, llouels, lllool, I.lver,
Nerve, Kidney, c, ainl
will be paid for n eiiM they will tint
cure or help, or for anything Import
er Injurious found In tin-in.
Tbnt poor, bedridden Invalid wife,
the jilcliire of hrallh bynfew liottles
of Ilop Hitters, eostlng'bllt u trifle.
Will Jim lot lliem Hitllci-'.'
coan3c, Purify and Enrich the
5f? In C.9n fiT'liym immn. Hiniii,sii(rtlitfri
U 10 sfcUA,Mrf.ii.Tivnis.L,ii..l'iirlln'i(l,Mnlim.
f rsiJH v ell '1 uur (iwii (uu, TeriiK ami itl I
vQQlri'i) A'l.lrvMll. llAH.BiT.lCn..l'i'rtltnl.Mstnu.
S71A WKIiK. Illniliiyiitlwincenfllvinnilo. Cnslly
' -iniiil tn i: Aililrr'i TneriVCo.. Auiism.Miilnc.
A8uri' din fur -hlti-inv or Uinta 31 tioxrx. I'ree tu
lH.r. On. Ki:eK. vMl Arsi-nnl W . St. l.ouU, Mo.
AUK.'iTs WATi:i for tin licit nnl FsMct
' n-lllriB I'lctorlnl llwilss nml lllblcs. I'nccn ru.lttcco
Mni-rccnt. V.t. t'entiiiiiivo Co.. r.t. I,njt. M.j.
LEARN TELEGRAPH Y.i
qiiHli-il. AtiH'rlrnn ilim.lftf 'ri'lcurnnliv. Mii.lUon, Wli
.n , jf l-nrlluilii"tiitiicOMininl'le
JrVCo-imtrrlalCell(, Circular Af'
X-O1 V CCCilO 'A uiimi lUM.ti.e, ilutiu(i.:,f'
1 Uln '.n!.llll Jfi'lflu
i- v i i i-i r iiKiii w
I't Is ( tl.A . Irfl.t ii It. In tlllt-AwS
, st , i u fti'.Jrtrt,
i u. i'. uiK.,Net VcrJ.
ttll trnrrt'i nnl 1hh (."utt'tv, ir cut In anv
ii'inri "i" m ! v 1 1 i "i vi en i.iir, oi ii't iui ii
luPtriUivl p ipor, ulv tiirriiM ut .MnLrnct!)' Anjttl.iiicri
Iti it lhii imrnuiillii Mm world. MAON'K'lOX AT
1'I.IANJ KCO,, Hbtait' utri'vi CMcuu, III.
THE OLDEST MEU1CIHE In the W0HL!
Hils iirtlrle Uneiri-fnlly pTPiinrect pliyslclsn's te
icrlptti a anil tins Immi In ronifnnt linn (or N'Bnni.v i
Ctnti iiv. itml lint wun. un.Kn the inniy otla-r rn
nratlon tliPt lmii lieen liitroitiicfil liitti tl.o nuiikuu
tlic talfl nf Mil arttcli, la eon-tiially Incrcaslnir. It tin
dirertlons urn followed It will Nxvxa ri'L Wo nur
tteulxrli InMti' Urn intention or plivuli Lint to Iu mi'f
t. .IdllN IIIOMI'MIN'. MISS.V. i:u.. Tmt. N '
l'AYNK'S AUTIIUATIO IIMJIMvS.
Ilrllshle, iliir.iMe nil prenninlcsl, flu X'u ''' n
Knru jmirtr iniA 'i Imfutl an.l iruUr limn iibj
otucr r.nui'ir vutit uni inicii wun nn Kiiiiiiimni mi
ort. Bend tor lllu.tratiii eaialofuii "Nn .1" fi.f Infur
mutton nnd ptlco. Ii. it. l'v.vi; Hns.
Ilm III;. iNu-nlnit, N. V.
SECURE HEALTHY ACTION
liy tnUIiiff Wrlslit'n Itulluu VeiTotalilo
I'llix, which elennto tho Ilowol, purify the
Blood, nnd by cnrrylng olT nil oh? tructlona
neeuro henlthy nnd vltforntis ui . Ion to tho
E. FEB RETT, Agent,
:J72 l'e.-irl Nl Xeiv in-:.-.
utia.tliicm to tliu
nei'vut, lnl"(uj n
of Mle, prevents run
ktlputlon without un
duly purKlnit tin
liowcln, Rcntly mini
nnd nv proinntlnKa
of tlio pliyilral hji
leiii. promotes, nlNo,
I Ii u t chef rtulni'O
nhlrli Ii Ilm truot
liultriillon of a well
of nil tbu atitnml
1 'ti by ftl
liruratui mm Ued
-"vyv nfl, nvRs FiP.r Mads.
ffJ-FOIt BILK, 'WOOL, Ol! COTTOS.T1
DflESCBS, COATO, SCARFO, HOODS,
YARN, STOCKINGS, OARPCT RA08,
niUDONb, FEATHERS, or nny fabila or
fiacy srtlelo jully nr.d rcrfectly colored to onjr
shldo. l'.lucL, It row n, (irieii, lllur, Hcnrlct,
fiirdlnul llcil, 7iity Illue, Kill lirunn, unm
(Irccn, Term Colin ond CO ether bent colore.
Warranted Toat and Durab'.o. t'ncli packaco will
oolor ono to four Ibi. of oroods. If yoiiliave sovrr
twod D?e try tlicoo onio. Vou will bo dcllcktcd.
Sold by drtii5Cl(tB,or aond u 10 cents a.id any
oolor wntod tent pcnt-pald. 84 colored aaiuplen
und a act of fancy cards acnt for a So. stamp.
Ul'.U-S, tICIf.VUllHON.V CO., llurlIngloii, I.
GOLD and SILVER PAINT.
Bronzo Paint. Artists' BlncK.
vnm ii.ii.iw TAnv Rajlcctn. rrnmLi,. lainm.
rN.,twiiiniv. and fop all kinds cforr.nci.talvrvl:.
EaualtJnuyof tUolilsH I'l'.oed M daf-idc
10oU.ap(io'j:aio,atuio arujjuti,o;-i(. ;.isir
WK1.1.H. I'ICU.MtriMIV.t CO.. tl"rtlt-..i.n.Vt.
HE GKEAT CURE
Aa It ia for (.It tha painful dlieacci of tb(
KIDNCYS, LIVER AMD nOWf!L8.
It cleanaca t!i orstcm cf U:o ncrld iioliuri
that ci-.uica tho dreadAil eulfartiit wlitcb
only tht vlotnii4 of Ilacunatlam ot:a roallro.
of tho worul lcrnj of tiiia tsrrtblo tUaeue
uvo bcrn qiucmy miavcd, rr.u It- inert uait
rniiT, ft, i.t()riiinii nur, som nr imwuisTi
fc STOMACH tf
RhctJmallsm, retiralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. DitVach,-. tlcada Ci.e. Toothache,
Itlllll.. S".lllli, lllli ,
jmi tit. num. i-iilt I'ti.ti ami it lira.
BjMljlltoul'"" '' lv.'...mtt !.,ft. ll!tC'lnUUUl
lur t.. -n 1 1 I , ittiMt.
Tin: cmHi.-s i. niiiiu.r.iMo.
13aww t. ti.ink IH, 3Ulllw.r. ItdC.M.
GHtAT SAVIt-;. fOa FAIIEHS!
Anr.!.-.l 'Tirt OnWef Merit"
Wntnwarvlr.1 tlio First TKnl
id III - Inn inatlonnl r.tlilMtlHtl
In I'hllmldi.hln InKn.andofl
irptiil hy 111. J lid n,
ccr::::s :s .w? e:c
itutii- liixr KStrniiitiw
niii i to nit rtst: 1 1 i n fnm
liiili. t'i uiil-iwii 'iDWur.tuk,
limit i-iii fi u K f.ir fi-etl. nt
.( to ,Tt li it, ami tut, no r-i'ii.
fti Mr tmtliix ! it on. Unit Iu
ijjf inarulM"-, nml ii.rcuttliii; i.itr
THY IT. ITWIt.M'AY YOU.
M.iiiiif.ictiinil only ly
NOTKK-IiAJlK CM V KHSITt,
The Ffcond action ot tl.r rt.urlivti yrnr of Ihlt
loitlluilunHlilliivliiuiiil.i Inlul Ki'.n'iiio-.v.
classics. .scA.vc.i;, jr.vf. ..in; Mroicixn
AXO A TIIOlnm.lt mil i:t,rt.it. rot'tlKK
Willi rUl.Killt.tl'llY AM I'HOXOUHAl'Ilt,
If Crtlrrd. Hpi-dKl litruff(.' in r.ll ut tlio 'j)r
ru-ite. nlii'ia .ri'pitraiui) ci.Jrlti rur loui.Krr itui
'I'llM ?l l rs M ix-.i-Ali'l'Sl I ;nt
It 1 seiar.Ht InUltntl - tar IVrv .s'm.iH iir-ir.
CT,t., pivi, cuii-nii In.- fit 1 1 rarttrular. lettii,
ofc. win t.o Hriif jr.e, mi .ii I'liiMtlun tu
1CJL.V. T. a. WMLHM, C. H. (-., !,-.,
N. ll. i liiim I. (i.,lsuifj.
V.'r i'i Ni:ivi' a:. i. i'iuis
i TTir.-r, v
V ! I-'IPIM,
. i W.dlifl'.
. r ir ry. - - i' -
. - i -li. ! il ! . '
I . lii II of 11 Ill I. '
.1 I . , I !. I ' '
1 ' . 11' I'M-.
I f ll 1 i!
W. 1 Hi 1-T 1
, . .i.e.-. i
..in. " ii.
, tr i "i . -t
ii'rim i m
'tir'. i . u"i roar-
i;i tt.-tllU1 tilt'IUTitl
a t tic- Uuapuitui
L. II. BUflll, Dei Moliu-f, Iowa.
!l55Ji! -.rtS'l ' .!. H'li!fiaiUlnv.
"i wi.ntic rmrr. m a iicii
liw i, .wllnlUrtlllhf'ilt'ciir.lr.
i'th. tila n-tlMU . -'." -"-'"'
i, tVutt.fnf.1, (. rKI4n f-t.
rCtlLKMO.'f Vi ns CO.. (ihlr.-.p5. 111.
t OIL o
A Muillcino with uurutivo projii'r-
tios ns lniposII)Ui lo counterfeit ns
tho l'YKAMIDS OK KC.Yl' T nml whioh
is now having un onoruaous s:ilo
tlirougliout tho U. nnd Ciuinilns.
Kciul what the topic
my concerning tho nhll
Ity of this ru ucjy to
cojio with thoso wry
I icviilcnt in s 1 ad In t,
CoMn, Jic, Mm. Dora
Koch, of IlufTalo.sayB:
"For croup It I tlcclilcil
ly ctllcacloui-." Mir.
.locoh Mclllior, of Mnrlon, Ohio, fay thn ni:o
ihlnjf.J P. S flrnvrs, Akron, N. Y., 'i-c!
"I ml Afithmiof the wo.Bt kluil, tooK mo tlufit
o( Thoiiiiis' KcU'clrlc Oil nml was reli iveil In u
few minutes. WouM walk llvo inll for thin
mciV.chio nml pay 1 5 a hottlc: for It.-' Druj;
glatC. 11. Hull, Orftyvlllf, 111., fayi:-"C'ureil
n ulcorutnl thioat for me In twenty-four
hours." "Satup In hcil and coughed III! tho
clothlmjWAK wet with perspiration. My wlfo
IneUtc.t that I use Thoma' Kclcctrlc Oil. Thn
first tca)oonful rcllevcil me." 11. II. lVrhlnr,
Creek Center, N. Y. DUcaeo Is n hard CTOPS
to bear, but Micro state
inentf, voluntary ami
genuine, prove conclu
sively that Biidi HufTcr
Ing la qulto avoidable If
we but refort to a good,
nij Bll.-k to Us UsO.
Tbonina' Kclcctrlc Oil h
also a TIl'TOl' exter
nal application for
H hcumutUm, Cuts,
Bcalds, Jllurnf, Illfca,
llruUc?, Ac. When visit
ing the dnufgltt ask him' .
what ho knows of Kclc c
trio Oil; If ho has been
lonh' In Ibu drug trade,
lo euro ho it 111 rpcuk
highly of It.
Sold by all Druggists.
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