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7,o lirdj lte Zrghqing sxor"
And not even Nature would
allow the flowers to grow
and blossom to perfection
without good scit. Now
Nature and people are much
alike; thze fonner must have
sunshine, latter must have
pure blood in order to have
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood trou
bles of al sorts. It is to the human
system what sunshine is to Nature
the destroyer of disease germs. It
Poor Siood-" The doctor said there
were not seven drops of good blood in my
body. Hoc-l's Sarsaparilla built me up and
made me strong and wil " S,:s! E. Bnows,
16 Astor HI", Lynn, Mass.
DySpepSI, etc.--" A complicatlon of
troube-, dy5p-psia, chrGnic catarrh and
inffa:rn:ation of the "ioMach. rheumatism,
etc., n:ace i.e mi:arabie. Had no appetite
until I took Iood's Sarsaparilla. which
acted like ma.:c. I arn thoroughly cared."
N. B. SzsL:, 1874 W.14th Av., Denver. Col.
- Rheumatisn-"My husband was
vbliged togive up work on account of rhen
matisrn. No remedy helped until be used
Iood's Sarsaparilla, which permanently
.red him. It cured my daughter c0 ca
tarrh. I give it to the children with good
results." .'ns. J. S. McMATs, Stamford, Ct.
Hood's 11P.% cure liver -l-. the non."r;:ating and
the caly (.hi:: lic t an:e wil k.',o-s Sars.pariIZs.
iN d F11 F M adALOKnO-k
ed on r.f Fin-.er- ot Join.t-Used
%z%ntia :cw days. 1 Cures Er
ery T1ine If You Will Use 1t
Right. U y ley or s .
When Eirds Begin to Sing.
An ornithologist, having investigat
.ed the question of at what hour in
summer the commonest small birds
wake up and sing, states that the
greendnc"h is the earliest riser, as it
pipes as carly as 1:30 in the morn
ing, the blacCap bcginning about
2:0. It is nearly 4 o'clock, and the
sun as well above the horizon, before
the drst real songstcr appears in the
person of the blackbird. He is heard
half an hour before the thrush, and
the chirp of the robin begins- about the
sO-Me length of time before that of
the wren. Finally, the house sparrow
-and the tomtit occupy the h1st place on
the list. This investigation has alto
gether ralzed the lark's reputation
for early rising. That much-celebrat
ed bird is quite a singgard, as it does
not rise until after the chaffinches, lin
nets ar.d a number of the hedgerow
birds have 'ceen up and about.-Cin
THE ILLS OF WOMiEN
And Hlow iErs. Pinkhzm fle19
St., Chicago, 111., to Mrs. Pinkham:
"I have bcen trouboled for the past
two years with falling of the womb,
lencorrhoa, pains over my body, sick
headaches, backache, nervousness and
weaknuers. I tried doctors and various
remedies without relief. After taking
two bottlcs of your vegetable Com
pound, the relief I obtained was truly
wonderful. I have now taken several
more bottles of yor.r fo.mous medicine,
and can say that I ant entirely cured.*
Mrs. Em .. Dor:::, No. SOG Findley St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, to l.rs. Pinkcham:
"For a long time I suffered with
chronic .inflammation of the womb,
pain in abdomen and bearing-down
feln.Was very ncrvosat times, ad
thing. Was subjort to headaches, also
troubled with leucorrhea. After doc
toring for mrany months with different
physicians, and getting no relief, I had
given up all hope of being well
again when I read of the great good
Lydia E. Pinkiham's Vegetable Com
pound was doing. I decided immdi
ately to give it a trial. The result was
.\imply past boief. After taking four
bottlcs of Vegetable Compound and
asing three packages of Sanative Wash
I can say I feel like a new woman. I
deem it my duty to announce the fact
to my follow sufferers that Lydia
E. Pinkh:m's Tegetabole remedies have
entircly curedt m.c of all my pains and
suffe-ing. I have her alone to thank
for my recovery, for which I am grate
frl. May heaven bless her for the
goopd wgi;she is_ donfor_s_
farmer v':ho raises fru;its,
vegetables, berries or
grain, knows by experience
the imiportance of having a
large percentage of
in his fertilzers. If the fer
tilizer is too low in Potash the
harvest is sure to be small, and
of inferior quality.
Our bo:z.:: to!boat thec niceer fertilizers
for all crag, a:nd we W.i3iladly scn:i them
on Athctic Cods
Inlsist uon Spaldinlg's
ye . Yor. : hia . eos..
TAHITI'S WAR SCARE.
Everybody Excited Except a T1anke WhO
Had Tinber For Sale.
The worst scared people of the year
1898 probably were those inhabiting
the French isles of the Pacific, espec
ially in Tahiti. The people of such
islands as New Caledonia Tahiti, etc.,
reqeive news from the outs-de world
when it is months old, and the white
inhabitants, being mostly Frenob, are
easily excited. New Caledonia is a
convict settlement of the French Gov
ernment, where there are thousands
of exiled oriminals. This made an
exceedingly anxious time for the rt
spectable, inhabitants of the principal
town, Noumea, during their war scare.
At Tahiti the officers of the French
transport ship Aube, hearing of the
war talk between their country anA
England several weeks after it started,
became disturbed at the movements
and signaling of several foreign *es
sels, and straightway ordered all har
bor and lighthouse lights out, and be
gan collecting and carting all stores
into the country, the work being car
ried on at night. To heighten .the
scare several of the crew of an Ameri
can ship went on a spree and started
a row in the market place at Papeete,
and the natives joining in, the fight
became general. Then was spread the
rumor that the English had landed and
were "in the fight," More than half
of the natives and.a large number of
French women and children made. for
the country. taking their goods and
chattels witlh them, and have not re
turned yet," thinking that a terrible
war is gokng on.
For a jew days boats and cutters
were.ke,t busy taking emigrants to
Morea, a mountainous island lying
twenty miles away, and the Governor
of Tahiti, the Captain of Aube and
the'military oficers held a council of
war. This council decided to make
a new fort, the soldiers being started
on the work in a pouring rain, the
wet season having just begun. Every
thing portable from the Aube was
landed and her guns were mounted on.
the new fort, and the vessel was
prepared to be taken to the entrance
of the harbor and sunk, a Is Hobeon
and the Merrimac.
The man who reaped the profit of
the scare was a Yankee timber mer
chant, and at last -accounts he waf
I still doing an enormous business, tak
ing orders and saying nothing.
The sighting of the Oralan, an in
nocent ship of commerce, caused in
tense excitement, as she was firs
taken for the expected enemy.. Jus
I before this steamer turned up it hai
been decided at a second council o.
war to call oat every man capable o:
carrying arms. However, the appear
ance of Ovalau quieted things down,
and peace promises to reign onct
more in the principal town, but the
poor people who fled to the bacl
country and the other islands will be
some weeks in learning the situation
-CURIOUS FACTS. .
George I. of England,introduced
the klack cockade from Germany as a
mark of the servant.
More women than men go blind in
Sweden, Norway and Iceland; more
men than women in. the rest of Ea
Several States in New England.
have statutes forbidding kissing on
the streets. The !aw is an old one
A grain of.fine sand would cover
about 100 of the minute scales of the
human skin; each scale covers from
800 to 500 pores.
The utilization of grain-elevator
waste for sheep and cattle food -has
given rise to a new industry in the
Northwest. The waste brings $7 a
John Hooper, a moan with a mania
for tombstones, stole eighteen of them
from Graceland Cemetary, Chicago.
and used them for bric-a-braei at his
Some of the petridd wood found in
Ari2can, it is sad, is so hard that
steel tools will not work it, the peti
fications being only three degrees less
in hardness than the diamionc.
The walking advertisement, .known
as a "sandwich man" is by no means
a modern idea. In 18& j. procession
of men dressed to represent straw
covered wine bottles used tz parade
the streets of Florence, Italy.
Tea drinkers in London are swin
dled systematically. A number of old
women go about and buy up from ser
vants tea-leaves that have been used.
The leaves are then artificially col
ored, dried, and sold as good tea.
IIn Japan is a venerable campfiE
tree, which, it is said will hold fifteen
fall grown persons ir. its hollow trurk.
According to Japanese tradition, it
grew from the walkingstick oft the fa
mous philosopher Kabodairs, who
flourished about the year 780. .The
tree is certainly 100) years old.
Bicycle as a Mlotor.
Few wheelmen' are aware of the
amount of power generated by them
when on a spin, and what wondrous
resultsicould be obtained from it if it
were possible to concentrate and apply
it for practical purposes.
According to Dr. Sehrwall, of Ger
many, there are four points to be con
sidered about cycling-the friction of
the surface, its gradation, the natural
speed of the wheel sind the resistance
of air. Thus, in making an attempt
to compute the amount of power gen
erated, the conditions of the road, the
velocity of the winn and the weight of
the wheel and its rider must be taken
into chief consideration.
When the rider exerts himself to the
full extent of his physical strength,
as in twenty-four hour record making
races the amount of power produced
is wonderful. It amounts to nearly
three million pounds. In other words,
it is equal to the force required to
raise 291.52 hundred pound weights
to an elevetion of three feet in one
"From a hygienic standpoint," says
Dr. Sehrwald, "the best recreation
can be obtained by a cyclist from a
seed that does not exceed ten miles
an hour for a distance of about twenty.
five miles daily.'
A Bee Line.
The eyes oi bees are made to sec
great distances. When absent frong
their hive they go up in the air till
they see their home, and then fly to ii
in a straight line and with great speed.
The shortest line between two places
s anmetimes called a "bee-line."
BEFORE THE FIGHT.I
THE PRECIOUS PLUO OF TO
BACCO AT SAN JUAN.
?-t Courage into tbe Men -*"Cnder Its
Stimulus They Became Perky and
Sassy," Says One of Their OfMcers
-EnFoyin* s Chew .to the Last
"It has struck me right along that
the newspapers have been making a
terrific hullabaloo over the way things
were run down in Cuba, Porto Rico
.nd in the American camps, with very
little reliable information upon which
to base their charges," said an of!jcer
of the Twenty-fourth infantry (one of
the negro regiments), who was struck
by three Mauser bullets-badly wound
ed by one of them-and a piece of shell
in the fight at San Juan, according to
.he Washin'gton Star. "I didn't see
muchl complain about under the cir
euMstances down in Cuba, and I had a
pretty fair chance to see what was
going on. The only genuine criticism,
in fact, that I have to make refers to
the scarcity of tobacco amo a the
troops down there. Tobacco was at a
premium during the greate- portion of
our stay in Cuba, and the soldiers who
were deprived of it would very willing
ly have paid for it at the price of its
welght in gold. I don't think it would
be possible to overestimate the value
of tobacco to troops undergoing a hard
ampaign. It is bread and meat and
drink to a soldier enduring th.i hard
ships of war. It is at once a stimulant
and .a tonic, and its value in allaying
hunger is well known to elperienced
commanders. Queer as it may seem,
:hewi!g tobacco also allays thirst. I
know this, because I've tried it. An
other, point with reference to the chew
Lng of tobacco by soldiers in a cam
valgA- is that all of the old-timers
swallow the juice of the weed. They
allow that it Is apt to make fellows
not used to handling ft in that ;ray a
bit sick at first, but they say t.t the
stimulating effect of the plant is lost
If tbe- juice is expectorated. I never
had a better illustration of the value of
tobacco to men who had long been
hankering for it than on the day of the
San Juan fight. The black soldiers of
my outfit of the Twenty-fourth had
been entirely tobaccoless almost from
the tine we landed in Cuba and i was
the hardest kind of a deprivation Apon
men who had been used for year. to
consuming the weed in all iti fonms.
The men missed tobacco, particultrly
after.,bneals. . After they got outsid& of
ther coffee they would get together
and talk longingly of tobacco, and I
could just see their teeth leaking ifor
It, but there wasn't a quarter of an
onIce to be had. I don't hesitate to
say-that the men of my company
weren't quite the same without tobc
co, and a number of them frankly s,dd
that they'd rather be without gstu.b
than.-to go tobaccoless. On the morn
ing tof the San Juan scrap I came ir.to.
the proud possession of a one-pound
plug of chewing tobacco, I'm not go
ing-to 'ideriminate myself by stating:
now I happened to get the plug, but I
got it all:the same. A short time he
fore* it came our turn to go into ac
tion, I produced the plug and handed
it -to the big, black-top sergeant of my
company. You ought to have seen his
eyes stick out when he caught sight
of the plug. 'Just pass it down the1
line,' I told him, 'and let each of the
boys take a nibble off it.' The sergeant
took a bite oif the plug himself, and
then- handed it to the first duty oce
"The whole company was 'on to' the
presence of the plug of tobacco in the
outfit by this time and they set uip a
cheer. They just forgot about the im
pending fight, they were so tickled over
the sight of the tobacco. The p'ug
went down the line, every man taking
off a bite, and then it started up the
line and toward me again. It certain
ly did dwindle in size, that plug ofto
bacco. By the time it got into the
hands- of the top sergeant it was just
the size of one good chew, which the
men had, by careful calculation, sat'ed
for me, 'the lcot'nant.' Did I take it?
Well, I guess yes, and swallowed every
bit'-of juice, like the rest of the men.
And I can tell you it tasted good. The
men threw their shoulders back under
the stimulus of the tobacco and he
ca:ne perky and sassy and fighty all
through--and I suppose you remember
what the Twenty-fourth did-in the San
Juin fight? I had the chew in my~
mouth, enjoying it hugely, when the
last of the three MIausers that plugged
me 'got me in the hips. paralyzing me
froin the waist down for a couple of
months afterward, and, as I didn't bc
cotte unconscious, I en.joyed tiat chew
even afMr T was M't.'
'A Curious Portrait of Charles I.
.A cuirious picture has turned up at
Birimingdale. Elnglani!, which reveals
for the first time the astonishing fact
that after the execution of Charles I.
his head was neatly stitched to the
body, a silk cap was p)laced over the
fowing locks, and then the portrait of
the martyred sovereign was paintedI
in oil. This strange picture is now in
the possession of is. Leonard Mlac
kay, of Birmingham. Mir. 3Inchay ob
tained the picture from the Holt fam
ily, who for years had p)reserved It in
Ashton Hall, the family seat, near
Birmingham. The portrait is pro
nounced an excellent likeness of the
Kiing.-New York Journal.
"Isaffered the tortures of'the damned
with protruding piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was afflicted for twenty
years. I ran across your CASCARETS in the
town of Newell. Ia.. and never found anything
to equal themn. To-day I am entirely free from
piles and feel like a new man."
C-BE. Kaz. 1411 Jones St., Sious City, Ia.
TRADE MAR K REO57ERED
1'easant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. DO
oo,Never sicken. Weaken. or Gripe.1Oc.25ac.50e.
..CU RE -CONSTI PAT ION..,
Stefng aRedy c.wpa, cbg.se.onteet. 5w Tort. sa :
ilO-TO-BAC 8lme*d"A"YaiiW d!t
The use of soaps containing a disin
fectant of some kind has become so
general, says the Medical Press, that
observations on the practical value of
such combinations cannot fail to be of
interest. Dr. Reithoffer has recently
published the results of some experi
ments carried out by him with various
kinds of soap, having for object to de
termine their value as microbicides.
He used the ordinary mottled soap,
white almond soap perfumed with no
trobenzine, and hard potash soap. He
found that these soaps were very in
imical to the cholera mivrobe, al per
ent solution killing them in a short
space of time, while a 5 per cent solu
tion of the potash soap killed them in
five minutes. We are, therefore, at
liberty to infer that, as-in washing the
hands the strength of the soap solution
is never less than 5, and may go as
high as 45, per cent this method of
disinfecting the hands, as well as the
clothes, etc., is fully trustworthy. Most
stronger solutions are required, how
ever, to destroy the bacili of typhoid,
the coli-bacillus, etc., not less than 10
per cent being sufficient. None of the
soaps experimented with appear to
have any effect on pyc;enic microbe.
The practical result of tiese investiga
tions is that iL is alwys preferable
to use soap and water fi-st of all, rins
ing the hands in the disnfectant solu
tion afterward. This is an important
point, which mrits fo be generally
It was during eveni "prep." Jones
minor was laways g;ttiig into mis
chief, and the master had his eye on
him in consequence.
"Jones minor, you'r- talking," said
"Yes, sir," replied J'es, meekly.
"What were you sajng?" Pause.
"Well, I'm waiting. Wiat was it you
"Come here and I'll te: you, sir." an
We stared aghast at ar companion,
and wondered what 7ould happen
next. The master lookd as if he had
not heard right.
"What did you say?" .e said, slowly.
,Come here and I'lltell you, sir." -
ventured Jones again.
We were on the time of expecta
tion. Such dar!g althis was un
paralleled, even for Joes. The mas
ter rose from his chairbis anger was
terrible to see. "Leas this room!"
he thundered, stridin towards the
-Why, sir?" falteredrones.
"Why, sir?" sputtereithe irate peda
ogue. "When. I as4,you what you
were talking about 3u ask me to
come to you and yon'llell me: Why,
"Yes. sir; but that's nly what I did
say." the. boy replied. "Mobbs asked
ne what the exercise as, and I said,
'Come here and I'll tellou.'
Then the band ayed.--Buffalo
Iteave ito hsv!thal en ma- a r
nently andpo4y cred 'f Rr.
3XAr1s) to mak,ims.Among thos'e
who have recerIrd us volunta
,'y letteis sayitey bd been cured
are: Rev. J. L. der. .alerh. N. U.;i
Mr.~ J. E. Robin. Ed&r. Gold'-boro, -
)'. C. Daily Arp1r.ZjDaus.a prom
IneUt merchamaco G-..Mr.W.R.
Djuke,a railroaLnn.nsas Clty,Mo.
nEheumaciWmSP rr lou.
-Manufactured ibe BIBITT DR UG CO.
5old by Drugg st Y1Yce 31per bottle
Send 25 cenb steps for Book.
BOOK PUiISHG HOUSE,
184. Le,...a et -. Kw vY.w
33eauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means. a clean skin. N
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar.
tic clean your blood and it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and iving all im
purities from the bod. Begin to-day te
banish pim es, boils, lotches, black d,
-and that sickly bilious complexion by tig
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug.
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c%50c.
Venus is a splendid morning star, in the
.southeast. She was at her greatest brilliancy
on the 5th of last-mont. So. 12.
. Don't Tobacco Soit and Smoke Your ife Away.
- To quit tobacco eas&il and forever, be mag
nrtic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac. the wonder-worer, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or 3l. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Instruction in poultry culture is given in
the Rhode Island College of Agriculture,
To Cure a Cold. in One Day.
TakO Laxative Brono Quinine Tablets. All
DruggIsts refund morey if It falls to cure. 25c.
The Bramshorn woolen mill, ilbury,
Mass., is running night and day.
%No-To-Bac for rifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. .50c. Z. All druggista,
Noless than -15.000 is invested In tha
glove industry in the United States.
To Cure Constioation Torever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10e or 25e.
Tt C. C. C. fail to cure. druzgists refund money.
George Breakman is to erect a 12-pot
glass factory at Auderson, Ind.
Edueate Your Bowels Witm -ascaret.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
oc,25. If C. C. C. fail, druggiLstsrofundmoney.
A cotton and woolen mill will probably be
established at the Te.as State Penitentiary
at the town of Rusk.
Mrs. WInslow'eSoothing Syrup for children
teething,softens the gums, reducing infiama
tion, alays pain.curea:wind colio 5c a bottle.
Piso's Cure for Consum-tion has saved me
many a doctor's bijl.-,-. F. HAnDT, Hopkins'
Place, Baltimort-, Nd , De . 2, 189:.
Fits permanently cured. No fits ornervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer.$2trial bottleand treatise free
Dn. R. H. K,INE, Ltd.. 931 Arch St . Plla. Pa
We offer One Hundred ; ollars Reward for
any case of Cat irih that cannot be cured by
Hail's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CEENEY & Co.. Props.. Toledo, 0.
We, the underigned. have kudwn F. J.
Cheney for the lact 1 years, and believe him
perfectly bonor- ble in all business transac
tions and linancially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
Wrsr& TuAx, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
WADING. KINNAN & MAnvx!, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucou.
surfaces of the system. Price, 75-. p* bottle.
Sold by all Tirugr sts,. Test'manials Free.
Hall's Family Pills are the bett.
In the Sandwich Islands there Is a
spot called the Reck of Refuge. If
the criminal reaches this rock before
capture he Is safe as long as he re
mains there. Usually his family sup
ply him with food unil he is able to
make his escape, but he is never al
lowed to return to his own tribe.
Not 3an Exception.
Softleigh-"So, you-_w, don't think
the clothes make the man, Miss Cut
ting?" Miss Cutting--"Well, they
didn't in your case, at least."-Chicage
W ITH a better understanding of td
efforts-gentle efforts-pleasant ef
forms of illness are not due to any act1
the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of
of families, and is everywhere esteemed
the fact that It is the only remedy whit
It acts. It is, therefore, all-important,
have the genuine article, which is mann
Of the art of advertising Is to correctly
always prove most effective in time. Tl
the California Fig Syrup Co. by reason
laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, which
ment. which the company freely make
should. be used when needed by the hur
of salts and pills the more constipated
other hand one enjoys both the mneth
Figs is taken: it is pleasant and refreo
yet promptly on the kidneys, liver- and
tuiaily, dispels colds, headaches and feve
r,nation permanently; also biliousness and
The great trouble with all other purga
raIl to act when a single dose Is take
nvariably tend to produce a habit of b4
loses. Children enjoy the pleasant ta
rigs, the ladies find it delightful and bei
s needed, and business men pronounce
eithout interfering with business and do<
THE EXCELLENCE 0.
s due not only to the originality arid sim!
o the care and skill with which It is mne
nown to the California Fig Syrup Co. oo
'-ess on all the Importance of purchasik
Then buying note the name. California Fi
TICE When you writre a!veriise '. kin:lly -
nto'n this papmer. It nla obre.in best tet
nt au il s.u S.P1
THE SCHOOLS "r
Greater New York, Boston, and ye
ny other places use Carter's Ink of1
:lusively and won't use any other. pa
That speaks well for
CART ER'S INK a
and iveyou oodfor houht. Mr.
MIPand Whiskey Habit pi:
* cured at homne with-- ton
ticulars sent FEEE. Pni
Oa. ice 104 N. Pryer St. erd
RD'S LUCKY PUZZLE SELLS LIKE
pl5n itFs enue Nov-WILDFIRE.
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tree havftinevs heigh yelcria
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cevesn aUerectal sheOhoskS. Eve
which as eenl gin tiht naeiof,
ph illfea etian hsasrog.fu
encercasng antihovritiost at.
andstnce ofe dsvery ieet Thei ele
trha whtrtofhe tre bfariesac
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Is a cake of Ivoy Soa,
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'Tis this that gives hope
So he takes the shaig tra&r
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What Bloom s 000 .
'The white powdery coating seen du
some fruits and the leaves of many
plants is known to botanists as blo6m.
It is of a waxy nature, and, accord!ng
to experiments recently made at Ober.
lin- College, its chief -purpose is to
prevent water from passing too read.
ily out of the leaves. When the bloom
was removed the transpiration of
water was greatly Increased, the loss
in some cases being In a give. time
two and a half times aa much as be
fore the removal.
Not only the German post offie has
benefited by the mania for picture pos
tal cards, which hids prevailed for
some years, but the painters, paper
makers. and printers. 'The govern
ment has come to the concltsion,-too,
that it stimulates the tourist bsine ,
and in Saxony a prize has heeii ofered
for the best twenty views of natural
Ills which vanish before prg
!n the knowledge that so;ina
condition- of the system. 1ubiek
Es the only remedy witl% millions
Its beneftlal effects 'are due to
ebilitating the organs on whIch
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