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PEARL OF THE PACIFIC.
(Ointinaed From Second Pse)
"man," such being the rucaning of that
word. Tae argument ns reported boro
a suspicic oa resemblance to th.it in the
coi-respon donee betwetn President Ed
war at d Dr. Samuel Hopkins. One
said, cannot be a pod, for he i cruel,
vindictirt and gresdy." The other said,
"Yon cannot tell how a god will act.
and ix'rht 11s"
It was the familiar issue. Are right
and wroiig absolute, and is the moral
law obligatory on Deity as on mortals?
Well, the Edwards party, so to speak,
carried the day, and it was decided that
the snppised Lono shonld be put to
the test. A blow not mortal was
struck; t le captain groaned and blood
fluwed. ' Kanaka, no!" (A man, indeed!)
cried the skeptics. "Oa! Oa!" (True,
True!) sc -eained the others. "Kanaka,
no!" aud he was at once dispatched.
"And," added Mr. Broughton, "when
the old m in told ns this the tears stood
in their eyes, for they were among the
few who continued to belie vo that Cook
was a god, or at least a superior being."
With t le horseback ride thence to
Kilauea aid the descent into the crater
all general readers are familiar. Every
body knov.-s how Pele, the devil goddess of
the Kanakas, used to hold her fiery court
in the flaming lake; how the filaments
of lava, like glassblowers' "thread,"
thrown of:' by the fiery waves, were be
lieved to be her hair; how the natives,
when warned by well known signs that
an eruption was near, threw many fat
hogs and other articles of value into the
lake, and Anally how the brave Princess
Kauikulani, to convince her peopla that
idolatry v as foolish, descended into the
crater without the usual ceremonies and
returned unhurt to her amazed people.
Is it not all written in mission reports
and Sund.iv school books?
THE C'FERA BOUFFE KINGDOM.
Su;h Hawaii-Net Hhs liern Sinre I v; nu
ll imcha't t.hie Dit'it Out.
So man . little things have iiiterted
ms that I ;.Ir;.o.si forgot King Bill. He
had aseei.iu d the throne (figuratively
t peaking) only tvo months or so before
my ;;i'riv:.i. Kir.g Lot having difHl with
out isuo William Lunalilo was his
royal nan e. I believe, but he was gener
ally c::!",. ,; King Bill for short, and he
was the tl.-f t monarch of Hawaii-Xei not
of the Ki-.mi-haineha stock. The history
of that I r:c is as fascinating as any in
Liliuoutlant. Queen r.m'na.
Hann-h tniflin 1. Luiiaiilu.
Enroiicac r.nnals. Originally each inland
had its own kin, at::; some more than
one, but ubont a century ago arose the
great Kamehameha, and in a series of
wondcrfel campaipis reduced them nil
nnder his rule.
He is the grrat Hawaiian hero, the war
rior, kir.p and sage, the David and Sol
omon anc. Haroun al Raschid all in one.
But it is ;i great mistake to say. as many
recent wi iters have done, that the civili
zation he fostered was purely native and
original. ; ud still more to begin Hawaiian
history wish Ccofs voyage. A h-r.dred
years U !' re that the islands were visited
by white men and many times between
that d:.te and Cook's visit. White men
lived on the islands even lief ore Kame
Lameha's reign. They had introduced
many improvements, i nd he had the as
sistance "f fmie f t!it?n in his wars.
He was t r.eceedcd by fiye kings of his
blood, who took his name as a title, but
were known by other names. Of these
Alerandtr died in and Lot late in
1872, William Lunalilo taking the crown
in January, 1S73. David Kalakana was
elected ti succeed him in 1S74. and in
1891 he d.ed and gave place to Liliuoka
lani. Now, -.he old royal line expired as
aforesaid with King Lot, and as King
Bill and Kalakaua, though of ancient
royal stock, had to bo voted into power,
there was necessarily some lowering of
the royal dignity and lessening of the
royal prerogative. And as a liberal con
stitution had been adopted and a govern
ment established somewhat on the Eng
lish model, there is really no change
lrceptit.le to the mass of the people in
adopting a provisional government semi
republics n in tone.'
And tl rough all this century, while
civilization was rapidly progressing and
later whJe Christianity was becoming
dominant , the Kanakas were fading away
at a rate unprecedented since the tender
natives o:' the West ladies died off nnder
Spain's harsh rule. First, the wars of
Kameharieha wrought havoc, and as the
last of th -se wars was ending there came
a mysterious pestilence which reduced
the population by one-fourth or more.
Diseases introduced by profligate sail
ors doubtless wrought some destruction,
but not nearly so umch ac ba bnea re
ported. Beyoni; ail these known causes, how
ever, the? e are csmses not understood.
A too raj id civilization is often fatal to
primitive races. The sudden inflow of
new impressions on unprepared nerve
centers breaks them down. The wear
ing of clc thes seemed for a time to make
the nativ women barren, as they paid
noattent;on to the ordinary rules for
keeping tiieir raiment in healthful con
dition. Vnother cause has lately been
assigned in these words: "Hawaii is a
holiday land it lazy land a soft, lux
urious, voluptuous land and the de
press! from satiety is correspondingly
great. There is no set purpose in life,
no firm and high resolve, and so when
melancholy comes it kills."
No other man dies so easily and gently
as a true Kanaka, He can lie down and
die whenever the notion takes him, and
with no apparent disease. This happens
among many dark races, but with none
so often as tho Kanakas. Captain Cook
guessed their number at 400,000, and it
may have been half that. In 1822 the
KEAI.AKEAKUA BAY, TIIK SOKNE OK CAP
TAIN COOK'S OEATH.
missionaries placed it at 142.000. The
first regular census, in 1S32, returned
the population at 130,313. In 1872 the
natives were returned at 56.S03 and all
others at 5.305, and then the tide turned.
The pure Kanakas, it is true, have de
creased a little, but foreigners and half
breeds have increased rapidly, anil hero
is the last official ccu.'v.s. taken two
M:i!i-s. lVma!e. Total.
!';:re 1! -uvniiin Is.c.M lii.rin :v",irji
Mixed Hawaiian 4 . 1 s..'i.
Ki.n :cu il.-wvaliiin born. :;,.-"(i 3,.Vxl t.4!
Am-.THnii-- l,:v.M I'.iO l.'.O!
Krili.li Ski l.lvlii
turniHns .M"i !.", Jul
St'al'tMmtvli'.'is 1V "10
l'l'iiii.r'.u-ic i 3.'w. s,:'n ti
I'lunesv ;r u..fM
Japanese '.'.'.' 'iMi il.7-"i
Utut r ran-.-.
Totals... ."s.:;ii ,ltiu
Of I h' se about 20.000 live in Honolulu,
which is th" 1 iris ot tbe i:r,v;h Pacific.
All t'.je allup ii:eii:s of lift) abouiid.
Hard work is h it to the Chi: esc. for the
most part, and active business to other
foreignt rs. Wit li at h ast ludf the popu
lation social life is the ovdy life. Ke
ciptions. t: ;.s i.nd club meetings, polit
ical doinc-iistr;:! ions, visits to the popu
lace and to vcsm !s in the harbor, rides
and drives, poi suppers and bathing par
ties, chairing in the groves and loung
ing and smoking in the gardens such
was life in Ilonclnln while 1 was there,
and I cannot learn that there has been
A LAND CF QUEER THINGS.
The lf.l:tiilr. Seem Desisted I'or lite World '
If 1 should :ttcmi t to sum up on Ha
waii-Nei in one sentence, I would say.
It is a land where everything seems to
lie something else. There is a riotout:
abundance of us:i'ul vegetation, jc ; koou
or late a blight comes on almost every
thing Tli re is a gt cater variety f
fiuils than in any other laud 1 k:.ow.
ytt so far as 1 could learn every fruit
degenerates' m a few years, and tho stock
must be r ncweu. The ciiu.ate is al
most perfection, yet measles, smallpox
and affections of t!.- lie; rt are peculiarly
fatal. The mountains looli as if fi i;.
place for ;:!1 et . inity, and the more soc.i
and rugged a mountain K..ks tint mere
cc riiiin il is to tp-.ake ir:d niort !'".ce!y to
PpMt open. The nativea are ail well ( Va
cated ar.d nearly all th"nghi;( : s They
are !! nomi-.u.! Christians, it ciiastity
is but a '. -T.e scr.ihut iu. ,.ud many a
common iv. .:.:.!;.; will tell a he whtu tiiC
truth v.-oai:! U;.u r serve l;is purpose.
Life ;.".id property are as N:fe as any
where tin f r;: ih, though the laws are not
severe or ex cuted wit h any special rigor.
This may be due partly to the lack of
acquisi'.iverirs,'; among the common Ka
nakas and their general live and h t live
fteling. 'I hey are the most uu.clrih
race t u ear; h. In a detach, -d group in
the interior the projierty of any one is
the property of another, if that other
needs it badiy. A foreigner who has be
friended en" is the friend of al! in the
village. The men give htm fish, fruits,
flowers and poi; the womeu give what
they have, and with a certain freedom
which is delicate and charming. Un
fortunately their kiudness may be a
danger, for they may be affected with
leprosy long before they ham the fact,
and physicians have decided that of all
supposed ways that is the one absolutely
certain way eif aeouiring it.
There is a wonderful variety of fruit
in Iloiiola'a, ".; h as oranges, hnior.s,
lhues, melons, bananas, strawberries and
many more, reaches are produced 011
the islands, but the blight affects them
more quickly end certainly than any
other fruit, frequently taking the form
of a black f.cale or film. The eocoanut
seems to be indigenous, and therefore less
liable to blight than any other product.
It was loug supposed that the sugar cane
was proof against all blights, but of late
years a new worm, as it were, has at
tacked it at the root, and the chances
now p.re that the sugar planters will
have to renew t';.-,r stocks every few
years. It rem. mis oue of Horace Gree
ley's plan for gettd g rid of the Canada
thistle, "Cultivate it as a garden plant,
and rome uemed bug or other will be
sure to come along and eat it."
Wheat grows in bat a few places on
the islands, little valleys in trie elevated
plateaus. As to moisture, the climate
cannot W described in gev.i rai tern.v
Old residents hay in a jocular wav that
in one district thf rainfall is 17 f.-cf a
year, in another 17 inches, and 1:1 ;:;!.
l-17ih of an inch, i saw places which ccr
tairdy looked as if rain had n-v.-r r.:!io:i
on them. In the best sugar bind:-, irriga
tion is necessary, but in n.auy laces
very little is reijuicd. Doii!es;ic"ai,iiua!s
thrive, as a rule, especially hors-s. of
which the native stock is very hardy and
callable. It apjiears to have been a case
of "survival of the fit test. " All the t en
der ones were run to death at the start
and only the toughest nmres lef t posterity.
After all, the great product of the is
lands is the taro root, from which poi is
made. It grows wherever the soil is kept
thoroughly water soaked, and in matted
bunches very much like the calamus or
sweet flag of the middle western states.
The root is soiuetliiiig like a long beet,
and when boiled and mashed the pulp is
poi a whitey yellow batter at first, later
a sort of sour paste. It operates houioe
opathically, so to sj-eak that is, it builds
up a dilapidated constitution surprising
ly, but if usrti cM'ludTo of any other
food it injur?: th" health. There is no
particular dai;gei ol any American or
Englishman using the t::;tive style of it
to excess, for it is emphatically naty.
Decently prepared, however, it is quite
palatable. Lo. al statisticians say that
one acre of it will furnish yearly bread
for 5.000 una a pleasing statement
which, I regret to say. I do not believe.
Fish is said to be the proper corrective
to take with poi. and fish a'.ro are abun
dant. Early visitors say the Kanakas
formerly ate tht m taw end at the soon
est possible moment after killing them.
Indeed it was thought a luxury to begin
to gnaw on the tail before tho head was
dead. At any rate the hungry native
took the fish as it came from the water,
hastily rau a knife from gill to tail, lore
out the entraii and at once fell to eat
ing, and there is a story that when the
first Kanakas wire taken to be presented
to the king l lliigl.ind they behaved
qill'.e 1 Hii..: , thi tiioyssw some fish
ia a little .tij...i. .01,; the royal apart
ment Their a; petite overcame them.
Slot: and v.oi.:e!i alike fell 011 the finny
prey, tore and devoured it with the savage
yum-yum of appeased hunger, and de
clared in choice Kanaka that it was their
first "square meal" since they left Hono
lulu. They ti 11 many hard stories like this
about the former Uawaiians. but as I
saw nothing of tho kind 1 will continue
to hope thuy are not true. If it was true,
as the fii-t visitors said, that the parents
killed all their children ab ve two or three,
that method of "check" were used which
SiKjn proved fatal to half the women,
that thousands of nun were killed in the
saturnalia following a king's death, and
thousands lru re were sacriiiced or eaten,
how did the '. ovulation get so large?
o much greater than i:ov. whin
f these things are done? I cannot
that there has been es-
Tiler.' is peace
enough now Th
and ease and iovousness
s.nd good fellowship
re are social enjovu;t nt
enough now. l.vcry where t;.is is true,
but cspHVially in Honolulu There t ho
slant eyed Chinaman and the darker
Malay, the very fair Englishman, dark
Pcrtuguesj aud medium American, the
smooth brown Kanaka and the rough
brown tSamoaii jostle each other good
humoredly in the streets and even prac
tice a sort of social equality unthought
of in the United States During my stay
there King Bill was even as one of us in
many an excursion, and at poi suppers
it was not very uncommon to meet na
tive ladies -got up regardless" in silk
and delicate pongee done in the "tie
back" style, and wearing the monster
chignons which were the fashiou 20
Of all our pleasure excursions those to
the Waikiki beach for bathing by moou
light were the most pleasant, and the
reipriremi i.:s in costume were much the
same as at I.org Brar.cli. Back in the
secluded districts, however, the natives
of both sexes took to the wattr without
the formality of putting on "suits."
Tho Kanakas are described by scientists
as "belcaging to !!.c Polym sian branch
of the Malay race." hieh means. I take
it, that they are Malays modified by long
resiih nee am. 'tig 'many islands" ipolu
nesia'i. y.al tin re fore swimming is about
as m.: :::;:! ;.- ;'.:--!.i as walking to us.
Bnghf.ui Y T; Id C'e ;nst before 1
h it Salt like City that tiny were like
the Ami iiciui Indians descendants of
the aix-Ai.t Israelites who had "back
slidden'" and bun cursed and turned
dark aecordn: giv If so, they have s!id
den l ack a great d"r.l further than they
are ever likeiy to slide forward again
And this m:ik s it fitting to close with
a few words on the political question.
This is wot the trsl time by several that
Hawaii has in a measure U-en revo
lutioaired. Froia 1S.0 ir thereabouts
to lb-h! it was sharply contended for by
various ; ewers la '.Slit the Trench
con. f ih d Ki:g Kamehameha III to ay
a large sum i:i geld and held the king
dom ir. duress ti'l it was done The
American merchant raised and paid the
money, and thus saved the kingdom !Vi
the time. In IS!'J t!.e British consul.
Richard Charlton, and Lord George Pan
let overt '..rev.- the kingdom in effect, cent
pellfvl the king to retire to the mountain
forests and raised the British flag.
e.Nsf-,. ' Ea.j.r
HAWAIIAN'S KATINft POI
The Ann ricaus. howt ver. prevailed
upon ti:e British cabinet to annnl these
acts. And it' Hawaii is now annexed,
The Kanakas tn re aiHUit as well qualified
to rr.n a republican government as so
many school children of the intermedi
ate grade. The boys of any English or
American high fohool are ten times bet
ter qualified. The Chinese are not even
to be thought of as voters. Equally so
all the oilier dark people:-. The Portu
guese are somewhat better. Evidently,
if aunexcdIiawaii-Nci cannot be a state
or even a territory. The 15th amend
ment must lie ignored from the start,
and such must be the condition for half
a century at least. In short, the an
nexed region must he an alsolate de
pendency, ruled like a Eritish crown
colony or distant military post an ab
normity for which the constitution of
the United States makes no provision.
John F. Wiixougebv.
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book north dollars, er.t scaled for 70c.
Secures to pidi -
development J a 4 HiM-s.
Sustains and fonth
If omen, iuM,,
Cwes rh,iftlnn t.
nw, nervous ,,.., ;
UreVPlIt no- io..:. " ;'n .7
liniM'.v eld ago
Header, sv.uV ring from any ennnuah-t peculiar to the U ini'lr
worth everjrthuig to yen. Letters for advice, mnrkta "Co-'i '
seen by onr physician ; or.ly. ZOA-mOEA CO II. 0. COLM f.,.'
No "Bciulif-a! Sniur" In tlie CJty.
If the would be poets who perpetrate
sonnets about the beautiful snow would
just wander about the streets of lower
New York tho dr.y ufter a snowstorm,
there would be mere suicides and les
poetry. Perhaps this would be all fci
What a t-hock it would be to the ten
der susceptibilities of these gentlemen to
behold the dirty, disreputable Italian dis
ciples of Maud Mr.i'.-r heaping up the
alleged "beautiful" in haycock shaped
piles and carting it away!
New York has no use for snowstorms
nor for the spring and snow poets. New
Hot tre Bight Wore.
"XiV'.sai! I'e-tba sadly, "pain dccti' express
w .rt I -nffer it thosi times it simply 'une
n !i " 1 knew I ought t C Jnsu't a p! yielsn, but
Iiireadit s-ol 1 cn't r.wi ravsi If todo it . Ttca,
toj. 'ferrate di-ca?cs' a!wiy ec.e.;eu so iniieli
caui io mc, Icsn't bear to have- any cne kr.ov,- or
speak of mine.''
"Yis, i.'ji.r.'' : n-vercd Eaitii, "Bli. iloa't you
know y m e::n be cured trillions goir'r to a phvsi
c'an? Sdid to a::y JragL'i-l for a boU'e; .if l)r.
Pierce's Favo.-itc r.-c.-cr.ptio. and take it and
t'i' irarrin: yoa'il f of belter in a very few s."
The i:i:.!urc; :rcr warrant tic; nu-.'.icine, too.
Ihey fti ir.in;ee it to do e.xac'y hat it eia:m?.
vix: iocure lenrorihe:i, fi.i:n i:l trre2i.i?rit c-, ez
ci sn'tc fl wn:g, fielitus, ftitlatitaiioii or a'cer,.-li-
n of the ute-:.s. ana the iiici'.T.erab!e o her fe
tna e uoiViifr.es." 1: -o ?:r nrle s ar.d builts
i:;i th - u'trine system, ai.d ncrrs. that ..: niut,
lur.-do 1. v. ivos uud m itlu-rs f . el ri;cv.-i:.it -d
after ta!.:: ; ,:, ar.-f tiiey are fa e.l the r ainful cm-biir.sa-.ent
aud tspcne 1 f a surgical txaiuir.a
tian a:.d a tuliosis, tiresome tre t.rent.
Allow me to add tin tribute to the
ellicacv of Ely's Creaiti BaMn. 1 was
siifTering from a severe attack of in
fluenza and catarrh and was induced
to try your remedy. The result was
mart clous. 1 could hardly articu
late, and in less than 21 hours the ca
tarrhal symptoms arid my hoarseness
disappeared and 1 was aide to sing a
heavy role in d'rar.d opera with voice
unimpaired. 1 strongly ri-eommetid
it to all sing-ers. Wiii.'H. Hamilton.
Leading Basso of the ('. 1. Hess
(irand Opera Co.
Fits All iilr
fits after the lit
ous cures. Tr
stopped free by Dr.
Nerve Uestorer. Xo
st day's use. Marvel
atise and $2 trial bot-
tie free to tit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline. !'.ll Arch street. Philadelphia.
1 a. ror sale iv an c 1 r it irsfi t
Whcc Pa'iv irss sick, vo crair nrr c astorla.
VTir ri ,!.e was a Ciutd. ;'ao crie.l for C'atoria.
When : tie t.ivarr.e ?,:iss, she clung t, Castoria.
When the Lad LTiiJrcc, iha gave teem Cstoria,
ChHdren Cry for
the bowels e-ich day,
to use it.
Children Cry for
Fur b au'y, for comfo for u,pro:
tt-.r;' ot tt.e complfX''D ise oniv P..r-
tc'. ing eo.U5.i 'k.
zotii'-- po der: 'herf
- ' gc 1.
e. uch fct
' 1 nioj.
.4 miivuTii.. .
Estate ef Wil iam y ,
istratorof theV.t.i.. . .'. .'' :an.
of tbt ; county of hock I-.s;.'!1!," 11 it
n.eoy gives ,. , : "U
before the contuy ce-j- ,V 'f: ,
"'1-eontcc of the cltn',1'1-"
he city of Itock N'ard. 1:;H'
re first Sfondav ' :le At:.'
tune all rcr-or.s bavice tViA"''
Dureose of havi. ". , . '' ''"-'m:.
ons lriiunteil to
""neciate .aymctt to
1IS -'"T IIHT ! ,T-.r,...v
V.-M. X. MAIiflNf
Qhancsry 1 TICK.
STATE OF ILLINOIS ,
Roce Island t'orTT (
In the l irenit Coi.rl cf ' i ,r--
the Mr Te.-r.i. a. 1) '
Mary 1 re.tcun vs. .Va--ta: Y-,.
I11 ei a, 1
Notice is herrhv .-.v ,, ",'
Freeiii.iL. t bat il.e ,.),r, ,. ,
h. reiofore tiie'l l.er ;, f ...'.,';
cn Ibo "iiaii, er s.i'.e : 11 r' f
ttiere tjiotj lie -aeil I
al'iV 1 y;ne,! ,!t.f, r..:: , ';' r ' V'
i. ay ef lerm 1 f t:.e ."'
ciin-.y, t, l.e htin it r. .1',
ami, in si,i ko, k -U ,
ia ; -t M : y. . n 1 -:. ;;. . -whicn
smt if al nueai ' '
v . ',
.t'Cl'iiry ,t ;
OTICK IX ATTm ;p:--
' C.r .;.
s'i'ATS :iK li.Uv.
c ireia: eoie: ef la
A. I). '.!.
The IVoji'.e's N'i':,-
V l'. . M.!-t er. i; .. '
ruli'ic i:(ti-c :s b. r i'y
Molier tl.ji' :i writ rf ;,"
the cbiee of tl.e'li-.k i
!!lnd toiinlv. Una i a.,
I). I-.i', at the suit of ;he
HRr.K i.r.11 a.u'.ii-t it
Mosiier 'or :t e s :m i'
uooars. d; rcrti d t.i tin: s
coin ty. watca saia wn: I:,? -cuted.
Now, thirofjr-, ur.b ss ye-:,
Moshi r. tbali n rs it.allv Vet
said circuit cotr. ef l;.-ek I- i
first day of the mt ttris tr.cre.--f.
the couit fcorse in tr.r c'vof K -
cor.nij.on tee firs: it.vefM
special boil aiid (.t.'an J ;;.(. .
111 liiTi, 01 ill!" si'U i t (i Jii N rri
so much cf tne 1 roperlv stTai-rcj a-in
licit nt to satisfy the sa:d jud.is:: tU-.
be sold to satisfy the s ine. "
;e'K';ev. cave-' -
i.. tiAAs, f:a;nt:ir$ Attcaiv.
January SI, A. P.
JlOTICK IN ATTACHMFXT
STATH. OF li.i.INoIs, I
Hock Island Cocstv. i'"'
t'car.rv coi:r of ;,.
Term. A I). lvM.
Montpelicr tli'.e C'o:i
Pubii; r.eticj is lei
Krocson that a writ ei
office of the cierk cf 1.1
and county d.Ced t':if lit a da-, c: r:
1.-.V1, at the seat of :jt!..:M';;;,:
pauy anil agates: :h-.- cs'.cc -.f ... .
for the sum of two inairi d sa : :
lirsarii nine cenis. liir.-fel ' a.
Rock Island conU;-. w h;ea :a - 1
turned exemu il.
New, theri foio. iit.l-. s; y ti. ':. l. .
son stiall personally I" -1 ..-;it
saidour ;v roar: of 11 . s-I. ,r : ,
iirst day ef ihv mst t.ra ' -f.r
st tlie con:: bou'c in tl:c c ti 'f K
sa'tl couidy, on tiis Thi tvi a t i.ty
I. 1S3S. give spec: J bi 1 a:.J a
plaintiif's action. eaiLnuta u:"
sea nst oti, si:d in fii t r : ili-- C
Tile company and so mn-k ! a '- ;
taebed a m?.v be sarS::ert to s:.sj
jadpxent mil costs, w.'.! b. s-lii 10
rleri ef aic Cor.7.
.Jackaon i liars:, PiJttt M's A'lr:
Hock i.and Fea. -1. A. V.
T. E TEOXi
" 1 1
1 Cur" Coii- Coug ha. Sore Throat Cronp. Ina
etiia. Wnoopiay Couh. Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Conmmotion ia first stsccs,
and a sure relief ia advanced stages. Use at once.
You will ae the eseellrat effect after takirf the
Jrst dose. Sold by dealers everywhere, iarn
bottiti to cetts ass il.00.
THE (4 HEAT ENGLISH BEJdEDY.
Promptly snu tierma
nently cures all forms of
KervoBB Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea. Im
potency and all effects of
abuse or ezcesscs: hcen
prescribed c.Tcr H5 years
a4&rQ3rii iu monsamis or tvo; 10
Before and AUrr. Ihf ol?,liab:e and ho
est mecicme Known; sk
crucgis'.g for Wood's FHtsruoDiKt: irheeffere
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
fcis dit honest store, enclose price ia letter and
we will send oa by return mail. Price one package
el: six. $5: one will plcse. etx will cure; pam
pulet in plain scaled envelope, t stamps: address
W OOO CHEMICAL CO..
131 wcodward avennc. Detroit Mien.
r r tho:
LA PORTE, TEXfl
Information about tlie r:1
L Porte. Texas. siiuMcJ ca c
where the Government chanr.il. u;
eramcnt is expending $o,aoe,occ.M-j
land, can be obtained cy ao- -
Tbe La. Porte Und
1st. !Ut. EbS bwc. caiew.
r VXt, to. rfliw l - I "L,
L"t St aa lor V 'J " J--.3