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ger to -which the Expectant Moth?
er is exposed and the foreboding
with which she looks forward to
the hour of woman's severest trial.
so assists Nature that the change
goes forward in an easy manner,
-without the violent protest of
Nausea, Headache, etc. Gloomy
forebodings yield to hopeful anticipa?
tions, sho passes through tho ordeal
quickly and with little pain, is left
strong to joyously perform the high and
holy duties now devolved upon her, and
the time of recovery shortened.
R?nl bv Mall. ?n receipt of prlrr. $,.oo PER BOTTLE. Bool:
??TO EXTECTANT MOTHERS" tnalletl Free. conUiiiin|>
valuable information and voluntary testimonial,.
The BRADFiELD regulator co., Atlanta,Ga.
sold by all druggists._
The Most Fla-rnnt anil Extensive Kinds
of Adutterntlou Arn Practiced.
Under one heading wo inny consider
several groups of food stuffs, which,
whilodifferent in composition, nro alike
in tho form of adulteration which ia re?
sorted to These groups include tho va?
rieties of canned vegetables, fruit but?
ters, jellies, preserves and catchups. Tho
forms of adulterations common to all
of these consist in the tiso of coloring
matter, of imperfect vegetables or
fruits, of other fruits and vegetables
than those called lor or of preservatives.
In the case of cauned vegetables there is
Jin accidental adulteration from tho in?
gredients of tho can, such as lead and
tin, und which way, as u rnle, bo at?
tributed to a lack of care in canning.
In all of tho groups mentioned tho
adulteration practiced is of the most
flagrant and extensive kind. Catchups
are made of skins and cores instead of
tho pure vegetables, then colored with
a coal tar product, and loaded with sali?
cylic acid to prevent fermentation.
Fruit butters are nothing but puriiius
and scrapings of fruit to which glucose,
starch and coloring have been added,
with salicylic acid as a preservative.
Jellies are made from glucose flavored
with essential oils and colored, to which
salicylic acid is added. Some fruit jol?
lies marked as pure have never seen a
fraco of fruit. What is true of jellies is
true of preserves. Pot together refuse
material, tho cheapest sort of glucose,
some coloring ami salicylic acid, and
you have the composition of some of the
cheaper forms of preserves that uro to
be found on the shelves of somo of our
grocery stcrcs. Uf these coarser forms
of adulterations it will be unnecessary
to say even a word. They aro universal?
ly recognized ns unfit to bo used, and
every honest dealer is of tho opinion
that tho sooner they aro driven out of
the market tho better it will bo for
A REMARKABLE CURE OF
Iu 18o'2. when I served my country as a
private in Company A, 107th Pennsylva?
nia Volunteers, 1 contracted chronic
diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal
of trouble ever since. I have trie' a
dozen different medicines and several
prominent doctors without any perma?
nent relief. Xor, long ago a friend sent
me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's
ColicCholerannd Diarrhoea Remedy, and
after that t bought and took a 30-cent
bottle; and now I can say that I am en?
tirely cured. I cannot lie thankful
enough to yon for this great remedy, and
recommend it to all suffering veterans.
If in doubt write me Yours gratefully,
HENRY STEINBERGER, A lien town,
Pa. Sold by H. C. Barnes, "lie puts up
HOSTS ARE GATHERING.
Indian Tribesmen Threaten the
Safety of Residents of Ziarat,
Bombay, Aug. 80.-s-L-ittle fresh news
has been received here from the
frontier. An attack has been made on
Shi in war I, in the Samana Range, but the
attacking foree was repulsed, losing live
kil'ed and many wouuded. There is con?
siderable excitement amontr the tribes
along tho Holan route to Ouetta, and the
tule?raph wires h<.ve again been cut. It
is reported that the tribesmeu are with?
ering near tho Zaret sanltarum aud much
anxiety is felt legardiug tho safety of
ihe women and children there, as the
railway otlicials are asking for military
protection for their property. If the
route is considered safe tho women and
children nt the sanitarium will be
brought awaj, bu?, otherwlsoBtroops?will
be sen., from Quetta to protect them.
The column under Colouel Gordon,
which was despatched to the Samana dis?
trict to-day is composed entirely of native
troops, and is fully equipped rvith med?
ical, commissariat aud transport services
It has orders to force the Kohnt Pass if
Rum*rs are current tending to throw
doubts upon the genuineness of the
Ameer's reply to the Viceroy of India re?
garding the complicity of Afghan sub?
jects In the uprising. The disarming of
the Khyber Ritles, which formed a part
of the garrison at Jamrud, was a com
plete surprise.but the orders were obeyed
without any trouble.
Much individual tiring into the camp
at Jamrud has taken place, as many as
one hundred stray shots having been IIred
at ihe outposts in a single night. Some
of these shots were fired nt m> short range
that three native officers wiio were on
watch were Killed. It speaks well for the
discipline ami obedience maintained in
the camp that not a single shot was fired
in reply. The hot weather is extremely
trying, but the health and spirits of the
troops are good. Fears are expressed of
the fall of Rustam,northwest of Mardnn.
the whole district being in the hands of
General Wodehouse has gone from
Marxian to Rustam,where the force, which
now amounts to 'J,(HM) men with two
guns, will be strengthened.
Confirmation hits been received <>f the
rumors that the Afridis are quarreling
among themselves over the division of the
booty taken from the captured forts.
(July about five hundred of them have
been left to guard the Khyber Pas?, the
others having dispersed to seek supplies
<>f provisions. This is probably the rea?
son for the cessation of hostilities.
The general Idea here is that if further
delay occur-- in punishing*he Afridis, for
which pu-pose at least twenty thousand
men are required, there will be a general
uprising on an enormous ^caie.extending
from Orak/ailnnu to ftaiinukht. beyond
Kuram and into Waziristan, despite the
presence of the British Held forte in the
Trochl valley, east ot Eitstnm. Between
Buner and the Indus the tribe-, appear to
be disinclined lo join the rebellion.
The Pesahawurs were disarmed. Six
of them were held us prisoners and the
remainder, to the number of thirty, were
allowed to go free.
It whb this news which led to the dis?
arming of a portion of the garrison at
Jamrud. It is believed [that the Khyber
Rilles. garrisoning the forrs in the Khy?
ber Pass, hail acted in a similar manner.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Chicago, . Aug. lilt.?The leading fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
September. 181 1^^
September. s.7<i s>7
September. 5.57 5.75
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TRUTHS, the I'lata
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tho New Discoveries of
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lie? and avoid future plW
fallt, ahould write for our
wonderful little book,
called "Completo Man.
hood and How to Attain
man we will mail one copy
Knttrely 1"roe, In plain sealed cover. *
ERIE MEDICAL CO.. ^?an.3?:'
Cruel, but Necessary.
Tho Eskimos dread the winter and
take early precautions to provide against
famine. As the season approaches tho
great herds of reindeer migrate, south?
ward, and tho walrus or tho seal aro
all that remain for food.
When an iu wind is blowing, tho wal?
rus is easily found on the outer edgo of
tho ico packs. When it is blowing off
tho shore, however, tho ico packs sail
out to sea with tho walruses on them.
Tho natives then class their numbers in
a list from tbe strongest to tho weakest.
Tho food that is in storo is divided up,
I tho weakest having the smallest quan
I tity, tho strongest tho largest. Thus the
mightiest hunters have strength to pro?
vide for tho others.
It is a cruel system, but, nevertheless,
a necessary one. If all wcro weak, till
would die; if some are strong, they will
savo many of the weak.
Anticipating the Obseciuy.
A poor man lay dying, and his good
wife was tending him with homely but
affectionate care. "Don't you think
you could eat a bit of something, John?
Now what can I get for you?"
With a wan srailo ho answered fee?
bly: "Well, I seem to smell a ham
a-ccoking somevf beres. I think I could
do with a little bit of that."
"Oh, no, John, dear," sho answered
promptly, "you can't havo that. That's
for tho funeral."?London Telegraph.
ino two principal Ctermau fortresses
OU the Baltic sea ar?> at Konigsburg and
Duntzic. Central Oermauy baa three
lirst class fortresses, Spandau, Magde?
burg and Kustrin; on the French fron?
tier, Motz ami Strasburg, and on the
Belgian frontier, Cologne and Cobleir/.
THE GRANDEST REMEDY.
Mr. R. I). Grceve, men-bant, of Chi',
howic, Va., eertiiies that he had con?
sumption, was given up to die,sought nil
medical treatment that money could pro?
cure, tried all cough remedies that he
could hear of, hut trot no relief: spent
many nights sitting up in a chair: was
induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery
and was cured by use of two bottles." For
the past three years has been attending
to business, und says !>r. King's New
Discovery is the grantlest remedy ever
made, as it lias done so much for
him and also for others in Iiis
community. Dr. King's New Discovery
is guaranteed for (Toughs, Collis anil Con
sumption. It don't fail. Trial bottl>?
free fit Massie's Pharmacy, 100 Jefferson
bonner's restaurant is growing in rop
ularity, as evidenced by the large number
he feeds every day. Niou flesh oysters
can be had, as well as everything that i
good to eat.
USE CRYSTAL SPKIN'G SOAP.
Everybody uses soap, but few think
about the kind that would be best to
ii-i-. V7e think about soap, and put
thought into it. You "do the using, and
we'll du the thinking.
Breakfast, 23 cents; dinner, 23 emits:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) p4. J.
.1. Catogni's restaurant.
EHASTUS CORNING STRICKEN.
Albany, N.Y.,Aug. 150.? Ernstus Com?
ing whs striefceu with* apoplexy Into to?
night, and llttlo hope i.-i entertained of
CRIMORA MINKS TO RESUME.
Stuuntuc, Aug. 80.?Operations aro to
he resinned nt .the old Crimorn manga?
nese mines. About twenty hands are now
?it work gettiuu ready tor the resumption.
Tlie Norfolk and Western railroad is put?
ting in a short line to the mine. Ship?
ping of manganese ore will begin, it is
exuected, within 'orty days.
KAR REACHING FAILURE.
Lima, Peru, via Galvestoo, Aua. 80.?
The collapse of the Massachnsets Benefit
Life Association. of ltoston, ;is rerrardoil
here as disastrous. The only security
that the policy holders here have is
80,000 sols local iniarantee. and this is
scarcely sufficient to cover 25 per esut. of
Of Princess Paulino Borghcso, sho
whoso charms Cauovn is supposed to
have immortalized in his Veuus Vic
trix, Mr. Augustus J. C. Haro, in his
"The Story of My Life," relates this
anecdote, told him by Lady Ruthvcu:
Sho used, when at Homo, to go to
"la toilette des pieds" of Paulino
Borghese. Regular invitations wore is?
sued for it. When the guests arrived,
they found tho princess, supremely
lovely, with her beautiful little white
foot exposed upon a velvet cushion.
Then two or three maids oaino in and
touchod the feet with a spongo and
dusted them with a little powder?
"e'etuit la toilette des pieds." Tho
linke of Hamilton used to take up one
of tho little fcot and put it inside his
wuistcoai * * J i U.o- a little bird."
Tho cost of a well bred pack of fox?
hounds is about $5,000, and the annual
bill for keep about as much.
Tho speed of the fastest Atlantic
steamer is now greater than that of tho
express trains on Italian railways.
Tho first patent was issued to Samuel
Hopkins in 1700 for making "pot or
JUST TAKE A PEEP
Into Bouner's restaurant when you pass.
It is certainly n thing of beauty since
he made improvements. His tables are
Inden with everything that one wants to
eat. Anything you order will be filled
with dispatch by bis accommodating
corps of waiters. You should see is place.
Our stock of carpels an 1 bed room fur
nicure cannot be excelled THEE. 11.
STEWART FURNITURE CO.
J. J. CATOGNI
In the regular way it's clearing""sale for Summer
Clothes. It will be doubly interesting because of
necessity. We must have room for new goods con
traeted for before the new tariff bill went into effect.
The present stock is in the way.flfaRoom is what we
LOWER AHD LOWER GO PRICES!
All-Wool Suits, 94.50?actual value, $6.50.
All-Wool Suits, $6.50?actual value, $8.50.
All-Wool Suits, $7.50? actual value, $10.00.
All-Wool Suit-, ?10.00?actual value, $15.00.
All-Wool Suits, $12.50?actual value, $20.00.
Trousers, broken in price as much as $0.00 und
?5.00, line worsteds, for $2.50 and $3.50; $2.50 for
$4.50 und $4.00 Cassimeres. Excellent sorts for $1.50.
HOYS'CLOTH KS?$2.00 to $5.00 pays for the
choicest you'd desire for little and big boys.
Wonderful selling the past week in our Shirt De?
partment. Many lots, broken in sizes, reduced to
half of former prices.
You will find interesting values in our Hat and Cap
Department. All Straws ut less than cost.
Many things in Fur Goods?few of a kind to go at
In Furnishing Goods Department you will lind cut
prices in Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear, Are.
Take advantage of this Clearance Sale.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Philadelphia One-Price Clothing House.
MRS. NELLIE LORETT? BH?PHY,
214 ( 'iiukcii StkIckt,
Teacher of Art of Piano Playing,
is Authorized hy n certiflciite from l)r.
Wtllnin Musou, <>f New York, to In?
struct In his niL-tlioil?Mason's Touch
TllKOliV taught without extra charge.
(Masses open September (Ith. Pupils
desiring instruction will please make ap
plication at an early date.
MRS, GILMER'S SCHOOL
Twelfth Annual Scittinii Upens
WEDNESDAY, Sept, 8, 1897.
At 1o0 Seventh a von,10 ? w.
Musical Department in charge of Mi
For terms, etc., npplv to
M ks. I'." 1. GII.MKR,
corner TIenrv St. und Snvni.r.h i? - .
Notwithstanding the HIGH TARIFF LAW, which went into effect on July 23, we will put on sale
which we purchased prior to this law. These goods were bought at LESS THAN REGULAR
prices, and we are going to give our patrons the benefit of this PURCHASE.
100 dozen Gent's All-Linm Hemstitched
dered and Unhindered Handkerchiefs tor
< me-eiffhth to one inch hem, assorted.
LOT No. 2.
20 dozen Gents' All-Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs;
one-eighth to one inch hem, assorted.
20 dozen Gents' All Linen Hemstitched Handker- ffc
Assorted Hems, one-eighth to one inch.
LOT No. 4.
50 dozen Ladies' Fine Sheer Lawn Hemmed Handker?
chiefs with corded border?5c quality for
LOT No 5.
20 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched All-Linen Hand
kerchiefs, real value 18c, now
One-eighth to one inch assorted hem.
LOT No. 6.
20 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,one-eighth
to one inch assorted hem, for