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SCIOKED BY MYSTERY! I
A Great Mistake.
BREATH IN DEAD MEN
HOAXING A CANDIDATE.
STARTUNO RESULTS OF A NEW JER
SEY DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS.
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l:i riirin all dlMawiarKlnic from dcranin
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ti!ul In laMrwimot the romnauy niunutac
turinK Inn rcmiMt amaltr arovv.
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k.I.i .y all dmcebtMon a nmlilvr iriiaranit),
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Vlkhurt. I ml., on rorrlpt of prlre.ft pi-r but
llr. fix hMaK tnr to. rxprt pn-nttid.
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eulafa or dasruua drtua.
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llattfcat rver lirrd. OanacninrWatcprac-
tlec of a li'r-t im annnst the nnhlit j and ar-
Mecrarv of Banina he pmcrihad this re- .
clpe. I'a rn, tl aiall. arctirBly packrd.
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O KKTHAIKOIttWttOO Drpt. K..K
T:o ou! tK aer and Importer of
Sines and Liquors.
and 161 Third Av
ftsh- fTfrrthinir from a finr
jui LanakfrtLifl to a circne
5t: Iatv rnr tains a "pe cialty
No. 172. !H1I AVE
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AND t M!NNKAIOLIS Ttl NEW
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TIME ANI FINEST TRAIN To
ITC.ET SOUND POINTS. ALASKA,
JAPAX, CHINA AND AUSTRALIA.
SLEEPER AND UPHOLSTERED
TOURIST SLEEPER TO NEW
WHATCOM. WASH.. DAILY WITH
FirM Cla! Limitrd Ratr.
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:H Rolirrt St. 127 Third St. So.,
(HoUl Ryan) (Guaranty Bid)
St. Paul. Minnrnpolis.
or I'nion Drpot.
John Volk cSc Co.
Sash. Doors. Blinds. Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of weod wont lor bulla. r.
Elchterntb St- t et. Third and Foorth aTnae.
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
City Buq and Express Line.
'l-pbot.e Bock Wand or Harper Hotels for ba or expr
wTob and you will receive prompt attention.
Tl p E'atigH t. gPCTICBa. Prop.
Baa Mada a Maapta Awaaratwa fTHk
Whleli tha Laaca Hay Bo Pat to Work
After They Have Oar Stopped It la Vat
Pateated aad Any One raa Stake It.
Dr. Edwin De Baun ot Passaic, K.
tuakes the announcemt-nt regarding tbs
lime honored statement that a man has
3ied frotn lack of breath that if breath
was all he tx-edod he should have lived.
Considering that air is the moat plen
tiful resource of nature, laving, as polit
ical economists wokM say, no value be
rau it abundance, one would think
tbxt Dr. De Bann had made no particu
Ur dtwvery. But there is more in bis
statement than is apparent at first.
From time immemorial physicians
have directed their ingenuity toward an
effective application of this wealth of
air, bat without satisfactory results.
Cases of suspended animation come un
aer their notice every day. Men are
rescued from the water after a hard bat
tle with the waves, their lungs filled with
water, the life's action suspended. In
the majority of instances restoration of
animation cannot be effected. The lungs
may be emptied of the water; the life
giving air, no abundant, is at hand
if it conld only be foroed into the organs
and respiration started life could be re
newed. Physicians' efforts to solve the
problem have lieen nnreasing, but. says
Dr. De Baun. misdirected.
When a man h rescued from the wa
ter, the first thinx done is to empty the
lungs of water by rolling him on a bar
rel or lifting him from the ground head
downward. Then he is laid on his
back, the arms raised to expand the
lnngs and a ryhlhniir. contraction and
expansion of the chest walls effected by
alternate prensnre and relaxation. Some
times the forcing process hss la-en kept
np for hours with ultimate success, but
considering the possibilit ies recognized
in artificial respiration the results have
been far from encouraging.
Dr. De Baun has worked on an entire
1v new line, and the resnlt of his experi
ments aad observation is a method of
internal respiration, which, be claims
cannot possibly fail. His attention was
first directed to the subject by a case of
suspended animation in a newly born
child. It baa been the practice in such
cases to force air into the lungs of the
infant by breathing into its month and
then contracting the lungs by pressure
upon the chest. Bnt this has been found
not only intensely disagreeable, but high
Dr. De Bann decided to try a new ex
pedient. He passed a small rubber tulie
throngh the nose of the infant and down
into the throat. Closing the mouth, he
forced air throngh the tulie from a rul
ber bag, influting the lungs; th a, releas
ing the pressure from the moutli, found.
as expected, that the elasticity of the
muscles of the chest caused immediate
contraction of the lnngs, forming a con
plete respiration. This was kept up for
45 minutes, when natural respiration
had liecn restored, and a life had been
saved. Since then Dr. De Baun has per
fected this hastily improvised apiwratns
and finds thnt animation may be often
restored within 13 minutes.
The apparatus is as simple as it is in
genious. It consists of a long rubber
tube, near one end of which is a piece of
soft rubber with which to cover the
mouth and nose. At the other end are
two rubber bulbs. After the tube has
been inserted between tlie teeth, and the
month and nose covered slightly, the
lower bulb in compressed, forcing air
into the second bulb, which acts as a res
ervoir. This second bulb is much more
elastic than the other and maintains a
steady pressure of air through the tube.
It is covered with loose netting, which
acts as a sort of sufety valve against
overpressure. The tube is fitted with a
stopcock that may lie used to lend force
to the first few respirations.
A few compressions of the lower bulb
are sufficient to fill the luncs. Then the
pressure on nose and mouth is relaxed,
and the luns are emptied by the nat
nral elasticity of - the muscles of the
chest. Thin elasticity remains even aft
er death, and with tiiis instrument it is
quite tiossihle to make a dead man
breathe regularly as long as the applica
tion continues. In some of the doctors
experiments on dead bodies this simu
lation of life has been alisolutely star
It is not for dead men, however, that
the "insnfflator," as it is called, has been
devised, but for men who have been
brouuht apiwrently to death s door by
asphyxiation from gas and water. In the
latter case the lungs must nrst be emp
tied. The apparatus weighs bnt a few
ounces. It is not patented, as Dr. De
Baun is a strict observer of medical eth
ics, which declare that the discoveries
of a nhvsician belong to the world. He
is treasurer of tbe state uoara 01 medical
examiners of rew jersey ana nas in
vented several valuable surgical instru
ments and devices. New York World.
Aa Illiterate polltleal A aad mat Is
the Batt of a Crwet Jwke. .
M. Robinet, the illiterate candidate
for parliament, who went round Paris
blowing a hunting horn in order to call
attention to his electoral programme,
was nearly stoned to death in tbe Troca
dero district, owing to the hoax of which
he was made a victim by a facetious
printer. The candidate, having resolved
to go about as a "sanawicu man, on
taioed two boards and commissioned a
printer to ornament them with an elab
orate pol ltical address in the largest type.
The compositor, taking advantage ot
M. Bobinefs inability to read or write,
drew up the address, couching it in the
most unparliamentary language at his
command. It was, in fact, composed of
an issue of the vilest insults to the local
electors, while the candidate himself
was not spared by the irrepressible
hoaxer. Hardly bad M. Robinet ap
peared in public between his boards
than he was followed by a crowd of
people who threatened to lynch him.
Some threw stones at the man, but he
found a few sympathisers who evident
ly saw through the joke and defended
A free fight raged for a few moments
around the candidate, bis friends and
bis foes energetically plying their fists
and sticks, while Robinet looked on in
tensely amazed at the tumult. He was
finally extricated from his perilous posi
tion by the police. London Telegraph.
Ac arranKement has been entered into
between the postmaster general of the
United States in relation to the trans
mission of government telegraphic mes
sages. There has been a disagreement as
to rates, and in consequence no settle
ment made. The telegraph companies.
however, received and transmitted all
government business, depending on fu
ture adjustment. The rates now agreed
to are 20 cents for 20 words or less for
1,000 miles or fraction thereof , with an
addition J, i, I and 1 cent per word for
all over 20 words, increasing at the rate
of each 500 miles, up to 40 cents. Bnt no
message of 20 words is to be more than
40 cents. No additional word is to be
more than 2 cents for any distance np to
3.000 miles. Kalamazoo Telegraph.
IZtiltMl the Throne.
man of very decided
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Savt? mone-T by baying your Crockery, Q1bbw. Cju-!-ry,Tinwire,
Woodware, and Bruenes. at the Old and
IMiable 6 aod 10 Cents Store.
DX3. C. IHTCCIPS. 1814 Third Ave
8EIVEES & AHDEEEON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Stie Waa illiiif
Tha Agricaltaral Prwfeaeloa.
The educated agriculturist is slowly
but surely driving the uneducated and
unthinking man from the field. With
the retirement of every quack and tbe
corresponding advent of tbe thinking
man on tbe farm arena is elevated, tne
whole agricultural profession, whinh is
thus brought one step nearer its true
position that it justly held in Roman
times the foremost rank of all the
jtstork la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's pmcriptioa for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcetie substance. It is a harmless substitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothiuff Syrups, and Castor OH.
It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee i.t tlilrty yean sue by
Wiltons of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fererifthness. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curd,
cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, peculates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cae
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Caotorli is aa excellent medicine for eafl
dna. Mothers have repeatedly toM aw of Ks
food effect upoa their children."
Da. a. C Oseooo,
, Lowell, Umm.
" Chsteria is the best renx-dy for children of
which I eat acquainted. I hope the day ta not
far distant autuututhcri wflleonsMetthereal
interest of their children, aad on Castoria ta
ateadoTtbriarloaaqnachnoiitraina which are
dtstroTkaz tbtdr loved ones, by forela opium,
awrphine, aootalas arrap aad other hurtful
i down their throats, toereny waning
i to prematura rraeea.
Pa. J. F. Edkicm,
" Castoria is so well adapted to chfldraa fan
I recommend It assupariartoaayptwaataMSB
kuowa to me,"
H. A. Aacasa,aL A,
Hi So. Ozford St, Brooklyn, R. T
Our physicians in the children's
meat haw saokea highly of
ence in tbeir outaade practice eritht
and alUicach we only haw
medical anppUea what is known aa i.
products, yet we are free to couieaa that Sm
merits of Castoria has won aa to look wM
favor upon It."
Uitrrro HoartTAL BtaraaaaB,
Aixan C Sana, Pm
if Btroot, Maw Tack City.
rroBoansed Hopeless, Tat Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
K. Hurd. -if tiroton. S. D." we quote:
Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lunj;s. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors sravc me up, sav
in? I could live but a short time. I
iravc myself up to mv Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stav with my
friends on earth. I would meet my
absent ones above. Mv husband was
advised to ret Dr. King's New D'n
coverv for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds. I cave ita trial, took in all.
eight littles; it has cured me, and
thank tiod I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hart. & Bahnsen s drug store, regu
lar size, .MK; and f 1.
Good looks arc more than skin
deep, dejiending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. 11 the
liver be inactive, von have a bilious
look, il vour stomach be disordered.
you have a dysjieplic look, and if
vour kidneys be affected you have a
pinched lo'ok. Secure good health
and ni will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonie. acts directly on these
ital organs. Cures pimples.
blot ehes, boil and gives a cood com
plexion. Slid at H.irtz & Bahnsen'
drug store, 50c per bottle
Bt'CKLEN S ARNICA SAlaVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup.
tions. and positively cures piles or
no pav required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money j
refunded. 1'nce 'Ja cents per tox.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleiuever
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hahr dry,
harsh, brittle? Does it eplit at the ends? Has it a
lifeless appearance? Does it fall oat wbea combed or
hrnsheJ? U it fu!l at dandruff? Does vowscato itch?
Is it dry or in a heated condition? If these are some of
your sy mptoms be warsed ia time or yon will become bald.
Skookum Root Hair Grower
tewhatyoanred. ! prod notion if pot an accident, bet the iiaaltof aJiwtlSa
rewarrh. Kuowledr of the duwaaesof the bair and acalp led to UMdMeor
eryot how to treat tbem. -sfcoofcim "contain neither in I .aula nor olll It
ifnotaDve.butadeliehtfally cnniina and refresbtnt Tonic. By MIMalatlaf
tbe folUcles, tt ttopt aUtmg hair, can aoadntX and gmet a air an kald
IW Keen tbe acale clean, healthy, and tree from Irritating wautkinE, ay
t?ie n.e ot fcnmna ita ioap. It 4caw paimmlic aaxirfi. whii-a an.
If mardracaistraaanttuir.1ryoaanid dheetont,andwewu1 fwwaid
on rmiMof nrice. orawer.S:JMlicrtvtdaifuraVa
per iar: 6fur(4.S.
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER
ST oath Fifth Aveaae, Sew Tark, S. T.
The IJoline Wap Go.
Tlie fi.a-er I
"tiroMi Willis! yes, his wife decides all of
them lor liim.'' Cliicairo lnu-r Jreau.
Clara 1 vou kuow, iienple are aet-ual.y
beuiiuiiug to call n- an old maid.
Mamie on meun that you are just oe-
ginninc to hear tlieni. Voine.
fiianulactorers ol FARM. SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGO
A fall and coatpleu Use ot Platform and other spring Warone, epecially aoaptaa to tha
Weatera trade, ot eaparior workmanchlp and ftnish llhutrated Prtca List ftae aa
W-ncaUonT Boa the MOUSS WAOUM Bator, norehaalac. .
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A Skillful !
Auxusta SWvin, who is employed in
one of the hvgienic laundries of New
York, can iron 108 shirts in a day. She
is a blond, with big, brown eyes; young,
slender almost to delicacy, and could
hold her own in any beauty contest.
The nalla Faaaloa.
St- Petorfcordially ) Come in. come tat
Spirit of Kitchen Queen Plaee, ye
.-iv'rance, kin Oi nor tvery other areata
He Do yon play Gottschalk's "Last
Hope?" Il just carries me away.
She ted. I II piny it for you. Brooklyn
Wtrn aad Waa aad Wek and Weary.
Ho: ye women, worn and weary. wi'.a waa fa
ces and ao indeacralbly weak; hoae diatrawini;,
draccins dowa pain, and that conrttnt weak-
aeni and wearinee can be cored. For all each
aoffcrers Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription la
panacea of inert'mahle value; aa aa lev gorating
tonic, it imparts rovngth to the whole ayateai.
for "overworkeo," 'worn -oat." debilitated
teacher, dress makers, eeaai stresses, "sbop-
firls" housekeepers, aonlng mothers, and faeWe
Mnen eeaortUy. Or. Fierce s Favorite
acrintioa M tbe greatest earthly boon, be let na-
: m nailed asaaappetlalac cordial aad
tonic; ass soatMas aad sttongMeaiaf aerriae.
"Fawrite PreacripUaa" is aaea.aated
a'-ls ia allayi aad aaadahaT aotyes
tee, eahaaatieo, aaoatratf aa. ayatoria, i
atb-r aiaawaairg. aareaaa a i aial ama.
I It iawasaeaatfeeBtaaaiaep aad laas aaraud
complete Hue of Fine. Braes Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA.VUS tlAK. Moline, HI
1112.1 14 West SeTentettttn St,
I Telephone U4S. as
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Contractor etnei Builder.
Office and Shop SSS Eighteenth Street
for ad kantiaft
ati Bada ot CarpwCtwT WodcDcae.
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