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TU.SCUMDIA, AlILLEU COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 121880,
NO. . .
liiK lUydcn triul exhausted, an many J
Conueuticut lawyers tliat IHiw their liar
Association in iwiuirlitir into the desi- !
rtibllily Of chntiiriK tlio Statu Con.titu-
tion rctrJijiR (rial by jury. ' hi view of
the'luiudu ofthia cjc we should think j
they would impure. . .
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I ') iluti n debtor on a iwtal card htit ;
been docldeil by Siiiirrmc Court of
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Ohio to Ik- unlawful. I he court held,
that lUivliibig so w-ritu-n that is liable lu 1
if.iurr t'h-rreilit r.r reputullonof al.v ..up
WirriiwV il tviiioii iqaov ,in ,
IbirtflMf of tt Hutu W'lio iIiiiiiiinI a debtor j
Tor an old ount on a .-Ul rurd, ',
tlmt milliner miiJe tlio matter public, i
to th( detriment
if the luttorV ert-di't j
' TikwR who mo weutlier-win1 imnlit to
U'(?iu to vaiseimitf for next tuimnr.-' H i
in u great iiuestion in natural history why
it ia that the Kentucky goow Inmii eon
linea jtH atteution to winter weather.
Someday, wo lp', the 1i.uLnvillc Coui-
ii r-Journal, whirh elaiinn, we belir- .
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fi own the otilv genuine, yii-enne bone I
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in Ker.tiH fcy,. will uirn ilh ati. nuo.i 10 ;
ile (jrvui ineiiie nere no'iieo iiiki pr
nn an anawer.
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A votvo lady eiiiiployed in a ti-leplioiie j
xi:haii(U in 'iiieiiinati ivp;jrteil inde-j
cent latitniatie, and the Iioiimi whenro
thia luliu'uaKe . aine rcfuwd to Kive uptliu
r ,., . i i t i i
unme of one f their MilM-niH-in w lio had
einiiloved it. C.iis(iiM'iitly the company
dipu-onnei ted the telepliotic, ami the Maine
i;. . rv...l oi.on them
that aiiit would lie instituted for damnnea
lor the unexpired eoMruilj
Tiik Tall Mall (iazeltt: 4 that "wom
en, if really anxious, as they profit to
lie, to make' the world lx-tter than it Ls,
miftlit, with advantatie, ;ive up what
they term their 'bark jacket H ketV ia
being almoat linposaible for a thief to re
hit uiakinxa xrab at a purMi carried in a
pocket ho tni-hioiied that it cun be
einptiiit iU'HMiiiHienlty Kioiik"er, un-Ii-ch
a detective happens to wituoet thet
Ahd-ix.Kai.IvB. whoe A-att. waa ulut
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a litonili aince Kcneruiij huhou... , in
not only atill llvinjr, but al-o, desjiite his
73 vc-ars of age and his forty-five cbil
1ren, is exceedjnii;ly Iieulthy and carries
himself us atoutly as a yoimu man. He
livesat iHiiHaaeiiH, devotinij bis time to
ntrrieiiltimi and charity, lie is one of
the handimest old men to jn wen, en
oys life, and askg fiotn l'rovldeiice noth
iiiK la tter thun to la- able to read n few
more obituaries of himself.
As old troublesome pteniioii is a mi in
revived in the Citlifoiuiii I.ej;it.biture.
The bill to comia'l proprietors of newspa
per to publicly ret met statements pub
liBbcd that may not suit reader has been
aKfiin intnxluced. In the last legislature
Uie bill was promptly voted dow n. The
California riewsapera are rnihiim a great
row over it, as they hbite that if it should
peeomu law, it would Htriku u diaastroua
blow at the liberty of the pres; that it
would place every piiblisherat the mercy
of JiU reader. '
Cait. Pai.i.y ordered his company to
kick up all the dust they eoitld at Yel-
" low 'i'averu, Va., wliile out skirmishing
one day in lfi4, w hile lie dashed into
Um wunp of a (.'on federate regiment
and demanded itssurrender. The audac
ity of the plan rieurly insured it success,
for the l uptain'H demand was followed
by a Hiirrendcr of the j-olors; but Ool,
llapgofHl, the eommander, came upon
the ground in time to send him back
- with a bullet wound through his body.
This is the story that I Willy tells in his
application to Congress for u s'nsion for
HupgiVod eorrohorateg it. ,
, . A to th posMibility of sulistitutiiig for
thc gallowa afimc form of deatii likely to
be less painful, Dr. Henry Nachtel, a dis
tinguished French jifcysirist now m New
York Maya thnt tho garrote does not id
Ways kill the first time, and could not be
made auocraaful fjienpt in the, hands of a
skillful surgeon; that administering chlo
roform violently is very painful; that
. pruasic acid in the eye does not always
produce instantaneous death, and roust le
adminLitered by a phyuiciao; ttuvt death
" by atrychnlnc 8 sometimes arcompac
led by terrible convulsions and great
pain; and tliat even olectridty is not sure,
. tot a man ia England W as struck by light
ning ami stripped of hi clotiies and many
boaf were broken, and yet lie eurvlved
. it. 'Qasgijajr by the neck until dead,"
wuuui likely to remain eit 0 statute-
"books for the pre;nt.
Tit me. iwie goat, with eym so fierce and
Iteforriwbnee wratli su-.uir men in terror
All,t J, Uicr ,Wfr thy ,wfu,
Mkibse to mount post, or climb a
Why dm it till thy oul with rupture
T' butt a mini, or rhae Iiitn through thc
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Ainl tell hip, gentle Rat, f ak'l may
, or its an awlul myst. ry to man
li. liow tluit lliou rnntrive to gel away
. Vli,,un. 'V'vc ''jr or.nn ,oyj,t',r ,;"Vi
lx it not UiikIu U. in tliee ami hurt'
Ob. icoal. tliou ever art alert fur n-y!
Turn inn thy noliie head ami thou wilt
A son of China wulkinir ' the way.
He would look lovely Bwartuinx 0 a
mu), and with him have Home
I'll net off thia fenre
I K A HRINKF.US BKTKAYKD.
Npw York Trutli.
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A Uni! (lerk. late of i lirininbiiii'. but
wh( ,mM ,n ,.m,,ov,.(, for rfI(U. of
we k III a nrondway tlrun Htore ot the
firat clakrt, liaa made. Hoinu revelation of
awartlinir eharai ter to a n'norter ol
.pr),jh " . 1
Iteinu uxkeil liow it wua that he came
to leave n ainin ra-rth in a WilliatfihburK
i l'nuia. ,4ii wmcii i. e nan oreii employ.
I od foryears, he repliel lu.iinically:
. ..n,.(i,1Kt, , nM,Wl k(H.,, m Illoutll
; "Why," asked the a.stoniahed rejmrter,
! "i lucre anythiim w very peculiar in
the retail drux buNinesa that it in neon-
nary for an employe to keep his mouth
-lH4r abut than in anv other buainesa?"
" You don't tumble, I aee. voiiniriuan.
said the man ot the mortar and pestle;
J couliln I keep aecreta clow? enough
That waa tliu matter."
"Svcreta in a druirstore?" v
"Yes, necrets that afl'ecteil the eaOi of
in i ml ot man v ol the lx;st famibea."
"Hut jxardou me." ventured the repor
ter, "l can t exactly understand this mix
ture of drills and aentinientulity."
"l.-t mo explaiu," amid thu clerk, and
with that he proceeded to unfold the fol
lowing aHtoniHiiinq story:
''I ttilR omt ilrtv..l ill llliu fit' tl.n 1 ...
I !'ru ' tu! W-that i to nay,
in one of the most popular phariuarii-H
, , thc j;;lHtPrn l))Htrii t of II rook vn. We
I hud all the trade of the best ople of
iM-inoru avenue especially ol that part
kii"u as rouuuiiu uare :
"There is a biif fountain then', and the
people are very proud of it. It Is sort of
temperancv guarantee- ot the neighbor
hood. Hut in doesn't always run wat
"What does it run then?" ' '
"You don't say gin?"
"Yes; figuratively, gin; for I know that
most ot the ladies who live in the neigh
borhoiHl drink it. Not from the fountain
but from the store, overhieh I presided.
They came regularly to me to get their
bitters every day. "They used to eoiue in
and ask for sodu water in a very loud
voice, and then set me to run through a
list of syrups. Then they Would select
in a whisper, gin."
now nig a uosc wouiu vou trive
A IiirL-e wine glass in a little aodu w a
ter. And thev used to rewat it five or
! six timea a day. I had this stxret of
lialftho indies of the neighlxirhootl, and
didn't know enough to keep my mouth
abut. On ladies' day, a party 'of them
started out in a carriage to make rails,
and Ix'gau as usual with a preliminary
nip at our store. Tbey were in good
humor, and insisted that I should take a
drink with them, which 1 did.
"One of these ladies, w ho is nunied
to one of the richest men who
reside in tho vicinity of Hedford and
Division avenues, was recognized as she
was leaving the store that day bjr a de
tective who frequents the place and who
bad grown Tery familiar with mp.i He
told juc a little story about her thnt in
terested mo. lie said she had been fa
mous several years buck in New York
as a confidence woman, and had been
nnder espionage for several little trick,
on susceptible and wealthy old mer
chants, who ,had been obliged to pay
oundly to pet rid of her.
"rihe suddenly moved over to Wil
liamsburg, however, and became very
devent, joining fashionable church in
Hedford avenue, and attending all the
services, social and devotional. The re
sult was Hlie married one of the wealthi
est men of Williamsburg not so very
long ago, and fciill lives with him." ,
"Hut how did you come to betray this
"I ll tell you, That lady's day this
lady with the party ahe toot out in her
coach got into some trouble in Urooklyn.
They took in too iimchw ine, and called
at too many drug stores, I believe.
"At any rate, a policeman interfered
with their hilarious course, and threat
ened to arrest one of them. They offer
ed him a bribe of $50, and managed to
get away on telling their nauien and
residence. The olttcer had them follow
ed home, and, satisfying himself that
they had told the truth, took no further
action. He told the story, however,
among certain friends, and it reached
my ears. 1 was thrown off my guard,
and exclaimed, 'That was the day they
started off with a drink in this store.
Tlw settled mo, 'Tbia story got around
qm coming from ri, and I was dis
charged." 'Hut it was not fi.W; tho ladies of the
fountain do drink?"
t"lX drink? Well, you'd say so if you
Stood behind the Hoou-waler cotiDter in
that Williamsburg drug store."
Thc clerk sighed ami turned away to
drown it in the fifzing of a warm da so
for a la-lated theater-E"er.
This weakness of the w ealthy ladles of
Williamsburg is no ronnned to theirf
Uflighhoruoon, if re Vortu fom various
sorcAsi may- b .bettwed. - Kielnily a
story comes from a I'hiladelphia corre
spondent of the Truth that goes to prove
the staid damsels of the Quaker (,'ity as
artful in their ciis as are their Hrooklyn
A favorite restaurant in I'hiladelphia
is the one known under the old name as
'Green's," on eighth and C'lusitnut
streets. It in a liijuor served in small
teuiMits, accompanied with cups, spoons
ami sug-.tr. A close inspection proven the
"tea" to be hot whikey. Thin is the
The New York racket is bolder. The
ladies in our restauranU, according to
the best authorities among our head
waiters, call punch' punch. When they
ask for tea they lon't want spiced mm,
and vio versa. ;TUK--not so in M'ill
iHmrtmrg and tle.,yjiil.iw 'My, how
eyer. Honri KK-hrfort M-Hk With Paul He
Paris f'orrwiisindeiitt'hlcaiji. News.
I was talking to i'anl do Cassi-rnae two
nights ago about the duello, its customs,
and thiwie who resort to this method ol
resenting an insult or punishing an ad
versary. M. deCasnigtue is' one of the
most amiable of gentlemen, and yet he
luia, according to his own admission,
fought no fewer thaa nineteen duels.
He boa refused as many more, and on
two occasions his cartel were declined.
His father before him was a broad-sword
fighter, nnd established quite a reputa
tion in this resect during the reign oi
Louis Phillipiie. Both father and ion
are Oeolcw, from Oaudaloupe, and Paul's
maternal grandfather, M de lieauvallon,
who served in Bonaparti'g army, was a
hot-headed officer, ever nady to fight a
duel. He hated the British, ami after
Waterloo, wiped out the dWgrace of that
defeat by pricking more fliuu one Kn
gli.4imau with bis foil." ,
Tbui young champion ff the Bona
partist cause is a member ithe French
Chamber of Doputies, and oU n publicly
delies all reason and lecacy in that
bedy by his abusive langua addressed
towards the Republicans, Heis "a fight
er from the word go," anil nist French
men are afraid of him, for he has spoiled
many a man's beauty. Icould not begin
to rejs'at the names of ul) the persons he
has fought with, but among the nmn
Ix was Henri Rocheforj, the Commun
liist, who escaped from Jcw Caledonia,
and came liaek to Kukipe bv wav of
Chicago. I went out to licet lu'in at that
time for one of your morning pajicrs,
traveled quite a distance jn his company
and turned him over titally to the rep
resentative of a Now York tpcr. Moat
of the ('ommuniHts hav) been pardoned
but Hochefort is still bend tho border,
waiting for something' to turn up that
will iK-rmit him to cumctlnick to l'aris as
be expects to do soon Jn 1875, when I
was over here, quite a aensation was cre
ated by a challenge pausing between him
and De tassignac. They are sworn ene
mies, aud Haul having none of that
Christian spirit attributed to his saintly
namesake, said sojiiething in his paper
w hich reflected on Henri's reputation.
Thereupon the latter branded Paul as a
swashbuckler and a coward. Liking not
these words I'anl challemed Kocbefort
to a duel, and the latter accepted the
cartel. Hut the challenged party had the
choice of place and weajHius, and he
named derringers, distance two pacesi
"Hut that w simply suicidal," said de
Cussignw, "1 care not," replied the oth
er, "you challenged me and I accept. I
know you are skilled in the use of the
sword and I am not. I know vou can hit
the center of a mark w ith Pistol at Be
tween to twenty paced, and I cannot. I
wisu aimpiv lo ixt on even terms with
you, and 1 have fixed the distance at two
wees. Jf yon accept you are a dead man ;
f VCU refuse vou are a coward." The
tight never toot place, for Paul did not
accept the proposition, which he holds is
quite contrary to the laws and cus
toms of the method of slaying one's
On the most receat occasion of hi
pausing sentence on a nrisoner convicted
of kidnapping, the Chief Justice of Hong
Kong evidently aaw no reason to im
agine that the tratlic in children ia less
than was estimated, or that the institu-
tiAll of sluverv in mu vtjn,l.1 tkuu if
lias been stated to be. There licing from
lo.uuu to 20,000 slaves on the island, it. is
not surprising to find that a pretty well
understood salable value for the chattels
has been determined. In the cu last
before the court, the market i.riis of u
stolen child, "warranted S3iind like a
home," fixed bv "a competent iudge" at
1 100. , Ah His Honor suiwHted. ii nin
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uaruiy ue wondered at that poor wretches
who go to the colony stiould readilv
snatch at any chance of obtaining tlOO so
Puutlv Aniui,.. 11.. 1 ..1.1. ..I . I. it..
:";i"I"""ii,mii auucu wuu unu
irony, in view of "the morality nrevallinn
Girls ahntiht niiiUp "WV,.
: i. e.' : " "
uce ii uuss iwere roily t fte wives."
DAX RICE'S RIVAL
An K-s-cirraa Clown, With nadla In Band,
Miwni, iiu llrarcra to Bepvnt.
New York Btar
''Showman Cliarlio tho F.vangelist"
otherwise Mr. Dayid Charles Donaldson
of Glasgow, Scotland, a converted circus
clown, last night began what promises
to le a unique series of discourses at
mat a vrau. uiy, iio, j-jy jii,Ther street,
under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.
He addresses the vennml miliii
the orthrsiox fold, but makes more par-
i...uinr mnniion OI. UUiM Ol lllO clftlM to
w hich he claims to have lately belonged
the actors and actrenaes. With "Newgate
lrison" for his subject,Mr. Ionaldaon in-
msiuceii sacrou soios on the violin, and
related many thrilling incidentfl of his
paat life in a. rich Caledonian brogue.
unit u.-itli ivMui.l,.Hl.u .1 . '
.... ....m.uiiiniMu urauiHiia pufli't,
"You must fortrivn m... aai.i f. i
aldson to his audience, after some' partio
uunin, u i am Otlt-
sm.ken and act a little. I can't help the
old life, aud can't restrain mvself."
Taking up a narrow black "box, which
proved to lie a violin case, the audience
were soraw hat surprised to see him "take
up the fiddle and bow," tho wliile ex
plaining in running comments the rea
son for doing so.
: "Oh, play on the fiddle I Dear me, how
aHtonislung,' Home will say when tho
hear of me doing w," said the ex-showman.
"When I was ennvortil n ii t
couldn't piny on the fiddle. In Cilaww
iww nie uuaie in a window and bought
it. I Said tO mV Wife 'I am rinr ..v....
that to God's glory.' You don't know
mow 10 piay, ne mid me.' 'iso, but I'm
rung to learn. God will teach me howl
will consecrate, it tn ., t ..
wife always made an excuse to go out to
her sister Mary's laughter every even
ing When I first bemn l.nt 1,..
t r- , . . uiwiii
encouraged me, and God basconsecTateil
n uiv uoenus ui nis glory.' Homo sav to
me. 'Hilt VOU have tlTKroJant fr,-m
the fiddle in this connection. Yes, I
nave scriptural authonry for it, for in
Isaiah we have 'Hraiiu dn.i -;iv. n,
- " ' nthiAbUU
hart, and timliml i,
l" . . . 1 WAIW VIKttU
and Btrigned instrumenu?.' "
n'i . ,
a ue ex-snowman again took up his
fiddle, remarkinir hv u.nv r m
play as well as I can, ana you mustn't be
w uani wiku me.- ue men evolved
from the mttnit Pi1! fn ChA c:i
or," aud "Rina: the Bella of ilnaren -
u wuuitt. nallt
uave ueara a gooa neal atxiut your pris
ons in this country," said Donaldson : it I
in a puy mai sueii places are needed In
this nineteenth century to immure men
aud womea, but the time I hope is not
tkr distunf wlien thn lliwiu.l nr Tnn.. a
Christ will spread all over the world, the
prisons A'lii no rated to tne ground, the
til ouehshare shall mmi nvvnti iii nrl
BTOWinir wheat take the nhire of tha '.inn.
Ihe spttaker then described his visit to
Newtmte nnd ttm imnmouinn U mln
upon him the terrors of the dark cell,
the prison grave-yard, with its nameletw
graves in the nagged court; the con
demned Cell, whiph utitrtrttaA in lilt, Ka
- , -- ------- pr, ' - v . . . ... .
Crucifixion "a murder done long ago"
ana ue gave a very dramatic description
V IUM VTVlll.
Ill COtlchwlintr Tlikttahliutn uaM fl.it I.a
should, during the week.begin his labors
among the actors, l feel lor them, and
wouiu cue ior mem u i could bring them
to Jesus Christ. They are a highly edu
cated class, us they must be, and, as a
rule, stand vorv fiitrh In ..-..l
scale, but spiritually I can't say much for
A luckless fish trot in the wav of an as.
cending hook of a Cazonovia fisherman
and lost an eye. Tho line was cast again
wiuioui removing tne eye, and the aume
-wsn was caugnu
Mothers, do not let vour darllnm suffer
with the Whooping Cough, while you have
a remedy so near at hand. V'se Dr. Bull's
Cough Hynip, and the little sufferer will
soon find relief. Price 25 cents.
Burnett's cocoaine i the best and cheap
en Hair Dressing in the world. It kills
dandruff, allays irritation aud promotes a
vigoroua growtn oi tne hair.
The liauM Agriculturist
is a pajier tliat every worker ought lo have.
The farmer and horticulturist finds ample
food for thought in its well filled pages,
The wool growers and stock raiser are not
forgotten by Its publisher. In news col
tnnni are well filled whilst the literary and
editorial article are the best. The fanners
like the paper becauso it gives them an
agricultural and newspaper combined hi
one. It has a large circulation, and is a
good advertising medium, The smWrip
tion price Is $1.60 per annum, or by club
bing you can get 10 copies for $12.50, 20
copies for 120. Address,
C'LAnliY fc Co., '
Heading's Ittiwiia Halve, good in honse or
stable, for wounds, indentation, etc. A sta
ple and standard remedy, Having been in
uio marxei many year.
If other remedies have tailed, try I"W
cure ior consumption ior your cougn.
A Oood Thine.
I). W. J"hllou, 1X3 Arcli atrwt, Phlla1-lphl.
n., W BiaKlIlS IB 1HKI1K OI VDKCIAIlia Biia,im
fwrvluu. to dainDuus. warm aud ion. to thu Awn
Tbr to tn ta ilioe of clutter lady or irenllemcn.
bolec Ibln and (l-rnt. Imwrlei-t ctrcul.ilon
c!Im4 ould fct. l)uipnM and col J feet cnmll
tuut h ali-kneiai la tb winter ttsuon. As an in
todia.'tlon of thc iroodc lo thc rccdntc uf thla
piwr, I will Mind by mrnil three pair lor Any 1
wuui, or da pain for on dollar. Worn yon send
Uir wonry Mute iliei of ihoe worn. Tb ts)T in
sawut eoc-iutu' Ui a unci pnec.
It is the duty of every persoa whe has
used Boachfte'i Oerman Hyrupto let its won
derful qualitfns be knewu to their ttimis
In curing Consumption, sever Couroa,
Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact alt
throat and lung diMae. No parson eaa '
use it without immcdiat iwUeT. Tare
dos will reliev any case, and w coaakUr
It the duty of all dmggfaw to recoraraceul It
to the poor dying commraptive, at leact t
tnr one botU. a 40,000 docan bottle war
sold last year, and no on case where it
r?'led was reported. Huch a medicia as
III German Kyrup cannot b too wldelv
known. Ask your drugsitt aboat it. 8aai
pie bottles to trv sold u. ia 1 . .i
tire 75 cents.
An old phvtlrlcn, nSirad I rum antstW, avta
- I uwaua vr ma nam inua CUIMCoa-
cry tne furniuU or ciiapl vecetablc temrdy bm
Ine apeedy and penaanent cure lor ConwunpilM
Brouenlun. Catarrh. Ajthmc and all Threat ud
ttir Nf rvoitN IWllitr uid tvil IfMrvou (amqUm
t known to hU ufTring iVaown. Aotuabed ht
.. umie iu reiier niinaa aurrtf.
n j I will tend ne of ehjinrc toall wa dealr tt,
nhUnoalpe, la Uerman, French or KncUah.wui
full dlrectiona for preparlnf and tuln,;. , Heat by
mall hr ailflrenlng with atmn n.H. i... ,t. i. u
Pr W . y, . Hhuas, UK Powcr'BlocA, iSocluaksr
l.7o.S7 ProflU tn M Dae.
What tlO !. ilnn In Walt Wu
r- - . ---- k uiBiiuu.. a niiirii I ill
containing two unerring rales for aucceae
mailed free to any person upon application.
i"wi", nmnvK u.,
19 Exchange Place, New York.
Montr, ilaard Fran.
R. I.. Miwelv. of Wontrral Canada rUKmA
Sept. 71, IJTt, that h had cuflered tnrrthly tram
dyapepHla, and waa completely cured by taAtiw
Viarner'nSa'c Bitten. He Kn; "Mr bomIicS
Kood, and 1 now auaer no Inoanvenlenc nn '
oatinr hearty meal." Ths BlUcra arcalna
peclnc for all akin dlapaa-a.
"For fm oent nurchaM a poatal card, and am4
your addreia to vr. Kantord. 12 Broadway street.
New York, and receive pampbleuby return mail,
(nun which you ran leara whether your Urer fit
out of order and If out of order at ll la any way
dla-awst, what ls the beat tulnc la the world U
An Aeeldentavl Car.
When death was hourly expected trota
Consumption, all remedies bavin; fsUUd,
and Dr. II. James was exDerbnentina he ac
cidentally mad a preparation of India.
Hemp, which cured his only child, and wow
gives this recipe free on receipt of two oet
age stamps to pay expenses. Hump al
cures niKlit sweats, nausea at the atooach. 1
and will break a fresh ootd In 14 bran. Ad
dress Craddock t Co., 1032 Bae street, Vkli
adelpbia, Pa., namJntbis ppr. . f
A ttocheeter rnyewiaa' Enaiitaaa.
OotwrS. 1S7. ihathchU!uedtW8iKlne-
D., ofRoeheMrr, N. V ,enrt
and Liver Curt In hi p.wsjc (or illanaaa of Ux
kldoey and liver, ai.d tn result ha beea catav
factory In lb xtrm. U lays : "1 would now
pruaorib the aam remedy to all almllariy aHUot
ed, and vou are at liberty to so stale la yuar ltt
Subduu Inflammation, Ontralt all Urmarrhapu.
Acuttaml t'Aronfc-, Venau Vk Jf UOM.
IN VALCABLK FOR
Catarrh. Haaiwana, KatwwaKntlawn,
sicuralala, Aethma, Mce.aM.elk.
Mere 1 kraal, Toot bark, M reave,
lli era, Oldaoree, Ac., A. .
No lemedy to readllr and cSectsally arrcau thc
Irritation and diKbarx (rem Catarrhal
POND'S EXTR AOT.
roilCIU, CDLDI In the KKAB,
NASAL and THRtlT Bit"
and AWl'fllHTlOFi la th
LISUS, KYK, KAMS
TiiKHAT, HUKIj-MATIM.1I, HKl'
HALf.lA. c, rannot be eured eaatly
by any other nirdlrtne. for aeoaiUT and
wveie ranca of CATAHUU ar CA
TtKlillVlHR IM. In all cm ua
onr hASAL HVHINWK VX . WUl be
aent In lot of worth, oa receipt of nrk.
K.VWAiiABBOTT.-"Vahiabl aed bea-
Htt'noeD sviitii, n. M. h. c.
A F., of tuKlaud. " 1 have uaed It with Hatted
It. ti. PRCRTON, HI. BrAly. S.
V." 1 know of no remedy ao gcucrtll oe-
ARTHUR CriNKSJ, 11. 0., F. at.
'. N.. of Knxland. " I have preacrlbed
1'OND'H KXT1UCT with great ituxtn."
t autlon.-PON'D'S EXTRACT U told Uy
in botde with the name blown la the Kaa.
tir It la unaaf ta uae otlwr artlrlr with cur
direction. Inalat on bavin PO.ND'8 KJL
TKAC'l. ltttuae all luUlatiou and aub
atltulea, HPKflAL PREPARATIONS Of MND'" KX
TRACT COMBINI-U1 WITH TIIB pi KKiTc
AN1 MOST UKLK ATKPtrtt U'MKS fOH
Tellrt Cream ....il.oe
l.lp Halve. . j ti
Toilet beapitcakw) K
Catarrh Can ;t
Bedlrated rar.. o
Ay of the prepiratlon will be sect rarrUif
rree at aoova pncee, iu in im e- .himi, v
rwelpt of money or P. O. ordi-r.
ffyoua Nkw PaaraLBT wit HiaToar o crw
PaarAaATioaa, ba.it yKUt oa aituctiox
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
' 18 Murray Street, New York.
Said by all VmggitU.