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What Modlah Girl and Men Went
at Archery and Tennis.
Thfl flirt tlinr. lilAasln tra lirlrrlitan na
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luoy take t heir fl ,T 1 1 seems to be snoo
k ii i uipuiwibj
tuny uome in Uoa tue uevoioos oi roUlllicd and turned Into a sort of cattlcpen ,
archery nnd tenrrs as tho sonsou wanes, b a hlili plank wall. Here they were lUentl- '
nd the oourts and grounds at the bub- counted and turned over by the convoy
urban reHorli are now being patron- 'dcer to the warden of the Tonwk forward
, . . . , i " ' I Injr prison. 1 be shed was divided transverse-
iuuid uAicuailulj tuuil ni7jr nvig
during the warmer summer weather.
iThese health v out-loor sports hnvo
taken a strong hold upon the affections
Df tho youths and maidens of America,
but fashion hath a stronger hold yet,
hnd while there are Philistines who
will persist in shooting arrows and
tossing balks in any sort of loose gar
ments that happen to coma most con
venient, to hs thoroughly en regis the
Iuan or woman who slioots an arrow
n tho air to have it fall he knows not
where m.ist be arrayed in garments nj
nrtist-cally gorgeous nnd correctly
gotten up as aro those for ball 01
This is a costume that was worn by
a well-known belle at Devon who hits
tho biill's-evo oftoncr than she misses
It. A skirt of wh.te. woollen mater al
Was bordered by a four-mcli braid of
a russet tint. A narrower braid out
lined the draper es and tho bodice, the
latter beinj: cut awa to rovoal a full
Vest of white India silk. A larjro while
hat was trimmed witli loopings of
copper or russet-tinted ribbon, while
gloves and .shoes matched the trim
ming. Another still more aristocrat io
costumo consisted of a cream-whito
canvas cloth, striped with n! tomato
lines of rich brown and gold color.
Tho draperies weto caught by floating
ends of srnld-colored ribbons, while the
gold-colored s lk blouso smocked to
the shoulders fell over a bolt of brown
leather, in which was carelessly thrust
a loose bunch of b!aek-eyod Susans,
tho rich brown eeniros and deep yel
low petals of which matched exactly
tho colors of t!i' costume, A laro
hat of fine brown braid was faced with
velvet of tho same shade and was
caught up on one side by a eluster of
flowers like thoso at the belt. Brown
morocco shoes, showing a gl nt of
gold through them, matched the cos
tume. Tho men nro not ono whit lieblnd
tho girls in gorgeonsness of cosinmes
at their sports, and if an East Indies
rajah should suddenly iind him
self on tho archery grounds nt Lenox,
he might fancy ho was attending a
family reunion, so natural would ap
pear to Irm the broad sashos of crim
son f ilk wound around tho waists of
tho men, and f ill ng with tasselled
ends upon their white flannel trousers.
Striped skirts of silk, and loose coats
of white ffannel, complete this jauntv
outfit The broad sash is not unbe
coming to lithe, well-shaped men. but
occaw onnllv an individual with i
thet;c leanings and a tendency to m
bi'poin'. jjets a snsh on. and tho result
Iswell, to put in mildy funny.
Tho rage for light-colored shoes still
continues. Any color from deeprnsset
to a liffht yellow is worn. All tho
largo dealers sell them, nnd so long, as
fashion says wear them, they will
probably r worn, in spite of the fact
that they make tho foot nppoar very
much larjrer than the old-fashioned
black tthoo. Perhaps it is owing to
this lhat thov nr loft almost exclu
sively to the younsr girls, and still
youthful matrons, while clderlv mam
mas, in whom the increase of adipose
matter calls for contractions and con
cealmenis of nil sorts, still cling to
their French kid boots and black
The Dtmbtfal Microbe.
Dr. G. N. Sternberg, a major
iue uuucu oLuiea Aiuiy, iepuru iu mo ,
American Association of physicians
and surgeons some results of his ex-
tended nnd careful investigations in
the militury hospital at Havana, which
CO far lownrds proving that no ellow
fever microbe has vet boon found, and
appear to suggest extreme dou,t
whether any such microbe will bo ,
Dr. Slrenberg had unlimited oppor. '
inntrv at II ivmm.. in nhfnln Aiihi..ft
lunity at Uavan.i to obtain sublets
for autopsy, and to make tho most
careful research into the condition of
tho blood and tho various organs oi
vleiim nf vtdlow fever In no push
yittmw OI )Ulow lever, in no case
:ould ho bnd m the blood the microbe
which Dr. Freire thought ho found
in blood taken irom tue lingers or 'j""". occoum oi idd aiaiectio
4-ellow fever patients nnd employed Jucea that tte long separation bas p. o
l)y him for alleged protective" inoc- j l)r. Nansen'a plan was to eo to the bend of
Illation, but he did find it on tho skin 1h s great fiord, which la sixty-five indnslong,
fl some eases, with of course no con- "od i hen lo pass over the mountain a, n-arif
ncction with tho internal fever sym- 'ifi tel?h-ftV ..urroi,.,,d 'V? tb? ,c
... ., ,,J . flehls bevond. It Is tlie opiuion of Arctic ex
Utoiu. Ihoujr . possiblv apoiSOtl if put perts that the undertaking c.ti He far more
into the b!oMl by Dr. ireire 8 delusive easily accomplished bv starting from the east
inoculation." cast. cliiefl. becuusu tbe Ice Inc lues crreatlj
The experiments of Dr. Sternbere lu w'. also because the pre-
trn further than this. Ilnlosa liU rn. V i'" e8.trl wluJi Will help to propel the
go further than tu s. unless his re- Bedirea, wh eh are equipped with salla This
eults can bo net aside they provo that advantage would be apparent however, only
there is no spec lie germ in the blood oi where the snow Is dry and hard Tl bole
yellow fever pationts. and IeaTo an op n rffr " " IO'" ueiore ne leit uroua
45aM for thsi view lhat it U not n. rrenu ,b1 b W0U,J nr re'th the east coast
Iield for th v ow that it is not a germ UDleM h) coul , ,rV(jl ,)ke a Ur bftf
which causes tho disease, that a vola- the miles of lee hummoc ks that cm .1 a.r.tn.i
tile poison in the air of infected 1 is-
trlcts: a poison which every ouo where
it Is in the air takes la with tne breath,
" . 7 ii . 1 1
which does no fatal harm in a measure .
not rroatcr that the system can throw
off. and the dangerous results oi
which are cumulative, nnd are not
sudden niKin a moment of exposure.
The harmless measure of the poison
is found wherever bad air exists, and
it carries with it a degree of peril in all
yellow fever regions. Uirt until its
worst form is found as a concentration
in bad yellow fever cases, it does not
iu u .. J.,,
imply tho contagion commonly assum-
ed, unless at least special circuni-
stances cause the action of the system
to clve war to tho poison. If there
.were no fully prepared victims, and
no alarm or bad l.viMg to make othei
prepared victims, and if people would
eet out of erwolally bad air whenever
. r 11
an nnt orast occurs, anu live as care
fr.ll a nnaaihlA it U almost certatR
that the dtsense would make no greal
Its Day Out
Cnstomer (to waiter) Some clieese,
Walter Beg pardon, sir. Very sorry,
sir. Cheese out, s r.
Customer That nnt When do vol
. i i-i.a nt.
xpect H back? Life.
A Reception of the Exile.
From George Kennan'o Illustrate! article in
the October Century, we emote the following:
"Tbe prlKoncra lial dlamiarkel before we
reached our destination. We found them v
,H'rnblel In two dense pray throng at the
i . . .
em a of along wooden ehed, which was sur-
ly through the middle by a low wooden bttrrl
cude, at ono end of which was a fenced In.
rlosurc, uliout ten feet equate, for the accom
modation of the cfllccra who had to tnke part
In the reception of tho party. A' out half the
sxilra had been formally "recfrlved" and were
Hand njc at the eastern end of the shed, while
the otb'-r half were Grouped In a dense throng
it the western end, wuliluir for their names
to be ca led. The wcraMi,'bo stood huddled
together In a group by thenvelvos, were rnot
V In p-asant cotuin-s with bright-colored
fcn hiefs over their heads, and their faces, I
''bought, showed treat ant ety and api rehen
'Ion. Tho men nil won low; jrtuy overcoats
ver coano lin-n shirt and trousrs; must of
.hem were In chains, and the bare heads of
.he couylctt and tlm penal colonists had teeu
lalf shaved lousrltu llii.illy In Bite li a wu that
tic file of the scalp was sra wtU and blue,
tb lo the other side ai hid le i by long: neir.
feted hair. SoMiers stool here and there
uoU'id the shed, leaning up u their bayonet
1 r fl;. uud Iniid; the little iticlosuro were
:he convoy oflleer of tho party, the warden and
the eurceon of tho Tmmk forwarding prison,
the chief of the local bureau t exile admin
istration, and two or three ollFcers, ad lu full
inform. Colonel Yusro-lkiu mtroduced us us
American travelers In desired to see the re
re, tiott of an xile pany.and we were lu'ltcd
lo stMnd liMlde ho ticloaure.
"The officer who wus conducting the (lam
ination oi the convicts 'ire a lol leil paper
from a larjre bundle lu his hand, opened and
Claiictdat it,uud then shouted, 'N eoll.i Ko.t
toll' A ihln, pale man, ulth heavy, wearied
rye and a hope ess Muress.on of fuce, who
was standing lu ttiu front rank of the exile
party, picked up the gray linen ha,' that lav
te.iiie htm on the floor, and wiih a slow cbnk
c ink, clink of chains walk -d into the entlos-
are. The exurnlulng olllc ;r compared his face
Furefjuv witu a ilioiorapti attache I to tho
'statelui speesolc, or 'idetitifleation paper,' lu
order to make sure that the pale man had
not 'cxehauced names' with some other exile,
while a Cossack orderly examined him irota
bead to foot ami rummaged through bis bug
to see that he had neither lo-t nor surrupti
llously sold the articles of olotulosr that he
ba 1 received In Moscow or '1 lumen, and that
his 'slatcml speesoU called for.
Us everything there I" Inquired the offl
cer. " 'Eventhlni replied Cossack.
" JSiooplal, 'Pass oul'J suhl the lieuten
ant; and the pale-faced man aiioudered his
bag and Joined the ranks of the received' at
the eastern eud of tbe sued.
"The hotoraohs are a new thing,'
whispered Colonel Yairodkin to me; 'and on
ly a part of the exiles have them. Tbev are
Intended to break up the practice of exchang
ing ii mes and identities.'
" 'But hIiv should they wish to exchange
nam nl' I Inquired.
" If a muu Is sentenced ta hard labor at the
mines,' be replied, 'and has a little monev,
he always tries to bu. secretly tbe name and
identity of some poor devil of a colonist who
lonirs desperately for a drink of Vodka.or who
wants money with which to gamble. OI
course the convoy oflleer has no means of pre
venting this sort of transaction, became he
cannot possibly remember the names and
faces of the four or five hundred men In his
party. If the conv ct succeeds lu finding a
colonist who is wdimg to sell his nam, be
takes the colonist's puce aud Is assigned to a
residence In some village, while the colonist
takes the convci's place and goes to the
mines. Hundreds of hard labor convicts es
cape to this wy."
The Xnnaeii Expedition from
I tut to the West Cont.
It Is just two months since Dr. Nanstn snJ
his comrades lauded in East Greenland and
started on their wear tramp of 4.3 miles
across the inland Ice to Christlansha ib on
the west coast, sy the New York .; If
success has rewarded their luh irs thev Lavs
before this time reached tho Diolah settle
ment, and one of thd Danish government ves
sels will soon bring news of thulr triumph.
NaiMen hoped, with the aid of snowshocs, to
malfM I lie Imirnpv In a'miir n mnnlh Ir.val
flaeen miles a dav. Nor lensklold'a two!
Latps iu tue excdiiloa that tairiel them'
bl way across UrecnlaoJ, made much fasttij
ti,n0 lu,u lUls-
Dr- Nam-en landed at Scrmlllk flord, ths
Interesting spot where Capt. Ilolra. nearlf
years ao dlscovero.1 over 2K) native!
p. ssaule either bv laud or water. Mielr stou
butt are grouped along ttie shores of this
n"r,, ",t0 wlu'l,tl Uo,W8 10; oa'v ret 'c
nr from tho interior but also sev.-.i little
wrvhm wLerc , er,miIU,r the native catch
aalmon. If Nauseu has ben defeated iu his
purine he wl l probably, like lloim. pa-s tlie
winter a motiir thoo nativeN who d ffor much
"", west coast breihren, beuix tall auj
.lender, with oval teatures. Tuuv ure neate I '
(0 their habna tbn the west co.st natives,!
and understand little of the speach of ni her
the coast, fie was so fortunate, however, as
&a,i whicu lm pr ipiie t his
i' f1",ttbJn.lr""rln,r "'f'n OTer ,ce-
floes where there was 00 open water.
Jlith, bat Mado Higher.
A prominent lecal firm In this tit? whlct
does a treat deal of business for a rich mer
cntlle concern lately rendered a bill whicb
the senior partner of the mercsntlle esUblish-
meot, who was accustomed to liberal charges,
tbonstbt wa too hUh. lie therefore took th
bill to the law firm and aske 1 the cnlef tt
itorer and seo if rfu,Ab
accoairtwas sabaequentlr returned with $10
,a,led ..,dTlee M to lbe reasonableness cl
the till." Mutton Jonrna'.
A Triomph of Art
Customer (lo "hand-me-down"
,,Th, u,t fu ' cr,,M n1 wrinkWa
loolt ,f u bfc1 P ,0-" Dealer:
tiTVit a nnr 1aAat Iranrntml tnnrlat an If
, . ----t
mister; noddlnes like It In Viladelpbia. Dot
tetnrD vom t urteiTe-months' tour off Eur-
ope. No extra sharsre vor dose wrlnkltis; Uej
goes mil ae iiMt" i ntiaaapua jucora.
The Nncleas of the NoveL
Modern author (jumplns; np from a diction-
r, at-.iMt.1 rmmil It I'll ton a
new wltX nf , n weet FrUjnd, ..Kouoo
' what a piotr' 'No, uaveo'i thought X i
Ptot tet- v ,oan,, 9"ef VV
Vnown writer ever used before." rhiUd
BLIND BY CHEWING.
Tbe Dreadful Deleterious 1'fTects ol
the Ultra Jlnbltou Glrla.
A Pittsburgh Dispatch reporter had
n chat with J. Diamond, the Sixth
6troet optician, u day or two ago,
which puts a now phase on tho effects
of the gum-chewing crazo that has
spread from one end of the land to tho
other; and it is doubtful if as many of
the belles nnd followers of the habit
wdl continue their chewing after they
learn of ono of its most injurious ef
fects. Mr. Diamond said:
"Does gum-chewing hurt the eyes?
Most certainly it does, and that is ono
reason why 1 am so antagonistic to it
ami denounce it. Not only myself,
but every scientific optician will tell
you the same thing. Aud it is this,
with its attendant injurious effects,
that makes the habit so repulsive-.
'Only yesterday I had for treatment
tho case of a lady who came after eye
glasses, and I thought it was strange
her eyes were in such Uid shape, un
less there was some other cause than
incro failure on account of age, and it
couldn't bo on that account, because
sho was just in tho vigor of life, and
very handsome. S I knew there
must be some other cause. 1 question
ed her about her habits of living, aud
discovered that 6he had chewed gum
from the time sho was old enough to
know what it was. Here was the
cause without any further looking.
Why. she had to take tho highest pow
er of glasses I had, and her sight was
as bad as though she woro eighty.
' Tho eyo and the optic narve aro tho
most delicato org.ins wo possess, and
they can't bo abused whii impunity.
Tho constant chewing of gum eU'oets
the nerves lhat lead from the sp ne to
the optie nerves, and str.i ns the latter
until they aro weak and give out.
"It is the same, to a degree, with to-baeeo-users;
but gum-chewing is worse,
as Is victims chew more constantly,
uud so keep up more irritation.
"I constantly have cases that aro
raused bv this satuo habit. Matty
young ladies who continue the habit
feel its effects, and I have a good many
cases lately of very young girls with
poor sight and weak eyes that, as I I'm I
b. the use of my instruments and from
inquiry into the habits of the sufferers,
arise from no other habit than that of
guin-ehowing. If you will notico, gum
i hewers do not havo the brilliancy in
their eyes, tho vivcacious and full-of-lift
look; their physiognomy looks palo
If this habit, is kept up as a craze,
of course tho effect on tho eyes will be
more evdent still, as there will be
"Yes, if the nowspapors show it up
nnd disclose its injurious effects, thev
mav break up tho habit."
Whero Mechanical Typ3-Setting
James E. Munson, tho well-known
New York stenographer, has patented
and perfected an electric type-setting
machine A strip of paper which is
first perforated in a machine with a
keyboard similar to that on a type
writer, is run through the type-setting
machine, and whenever a sharp-pointed
armature strikes through ono of
the peitoriitiom it releases a typo.
The task of justifying tho lines falls
to tho maker of the perforated strips,
or an ussistant who carefully measures
them nnd add perforations with a
There are machines now in uso which
set up type quito rapidly and with ac
curacy, but mey all fail to Justify tho
lines all except the combined setter
and stereolyper and the t pes have
to bu handled by printers who do tho
spacing between tho words. This
operation demands thought nnd the
cxercsie of judgment; ami as no ma
chine can hi endowed witli muutal
power all ctl'orts to set type by ma
chinery aro likely to fad at this point.
Mr. Mini-son's machine givos the opera
tor of the perforating machine the
duly of jiistilic.itiou, and obviates tho
handling of the types after they leave
tlie machine it does not simplify the
work it simply transfers :i dutv.
'I he nia :liine, it is claimed, will set
8.000 em un lionr agiiinst tlie 1,00')
tho average printer; but when it is in
rap d operation it will require the at
tendance of a perforator a id a justilier,
nnd therefore much of its rapidit will
be olf-el by the wages of these opera
tors. Milwaukee U'isomm.
TWENTY-ONE YEARS A SOLDIER.
'J lie Wonderful Itecord of Faithful
rerueaiit t'crklnt So Vacation
Since the War.
A case recently reported in tho Army
aud ivy Journal of a remarkable re
cord for a soldier, ono Commissary
Sergeant G. W. Perkins, U. S. A., has
not unnaturally provoked inquiry as
lo what soldier iu tho service has tho
bust record for continuous service, nnd
some curious people havo been search
ing the records. Ono case of which
the Mull and Express reporter learned
yesterday nt the Army Duilding in this
city, is certainly note-worthy and so
far as known leads tho record.
Comtii ssary Sergeant Alfred Galla
coils, of Fort 13 u ford, has served
twnnty-one years in tho regular army
without losing a day's dutv by being
on tho sick list or on furlough. He
never had a court-martial, even what
Is called a garrison court-martial. He
was over fourteen years in Battery G.
Fourth nriillen-, and seven years as
commissary sergeant. He had n four
months furlough granted in 1865, but
did not take' advantage of it, as trou
ble broke out w th tho Indians and he
romained with his battery to do active
He also served as a volunteer in the
war of the rebellion aud was a prison
er in Richmond.
At tho Races.
Alfred Did you eujoy the races to
jay. Miss Brush?
Miss Brush Oli, very muchl Tbt
weather was delightful, the attendance
large and fashionable, nnd, althougl
the pleasure was sllghllv marred bj
the death of two little Jockeys in tin
steeplechase, 1 can soarcely recall I
day I have enjoyed ao much. Life,
In chronic cases of neuralgia, rheuma
tism, or gout, where the disturbing cause
is a certuln acid which poisons the blood,
Salvation Oil should be used. This power
ful pain destroyer will in time dissolve tho
poison circulating in tho blood, und bring
rolicf when all others fall. Price 2i cents.
The latest news from Zululund comes by
cable. Tho warriors havo all married;
they desire in the futuro peace and t appi
m und enough Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
for tho next season.
Political honors aro easy when a rich
man can buy them.
Jane Shaw of Pt rtland, Me., secured a
divorce ftoin hor husband by proving that
ho weut to a temperance meeting six nights
in a week, and to church twico on Sundays.
Emperor William has bestowed the dee-oration
of the order of tho lilack Kaglo oa
his own wife, and now he can stay out until
midnight without making the empress u bit
angry. William knows his busiucss.
Two yoong men bought licenses at Jas
per, Uu., but they both were for the samo
girl. Ono of the young men got tho girl
und tho other got left. A good second hand
license can now bo bought ut reduced rates,
with sonio udvice thrown in free.
Miss Susan Wiutcof Whcatlands, Mont.,
is engaged to b ' innrrh d to a youn-T man
nuined Spring. Tbe local editor at Wh in
lands printed something about "Winter
lingering in the lap of Spring," nnd tho
young woman has buo 1 him for libol.
A Scotch beadio took his sweetheart to a
graveyard, and showing her a dark corner
said, ''Miry, my folks lio there. Would
you like to lio there when you dio?" It was
u grim way of proponing, but Mary was a
senslblo Scotch lussio and accepted him.
Strong Evidence. New Proofs.
Crushed. jUUand, Aihlmd Co.,WU..My 10'SS.
Ut. JOHS JONES wu run or by a aw-lo;
madtr dortor'i cr 1 waeki; twa bcttUl of Bk.
Jacobs OU card Mm toand and wU; no rttam a!
pln. WAULEE CO., DrafgliU.
Zaintlj I'PO. lillopolln. 111., ilr IS, lltl.
For a Bumbtr of yaari St Jacobs Oil has kta
id In my family. I btiUv It Is tbs bsst rsmtdy
for burat, swslUos, cms, bru:o and sprains ct(
proj.ard. JOSI?H BHArtfi.
Right Awny. Et Kazlauzs, Wis., May IS, '(I.
I burned my )ft bind bi.j a ad It was ears4
right away by St. Jacobs OU.
T. A. SCHtrJiLIR.
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FEVER AND ACUE,
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Ulclu Faanp. Williams Si Co. Wholesala Agts.
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From the ChnpUIn of FxetT O lIo. and Hough
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sadiate, direct and or r tain, and a car is U
roauU is all earahl case. A ainl trial coa
rhsee tha moat slicnUoal. Price bio. and tl.00
fii-nCCXt, or PT mall rlamnle I- rr for
Ir. ILHrHlfKMANN.Ht. Paal.Sa.
PAYS the FREICHT
5 Too Wncoa Hcalce,
lraa l.oiri, Siral Kcarlsts, Brass)
Tars Rtaa a4 Braa IWis laf
Imr alia hrala. Par Itm arias Bat
.ll..iM. frr aaS a44rM
JONtS Of IIIOHAMTIR.
niNUllAMTON. ti. Te
Te titke a eonrae In the Bn.'nesa, Phnrthand Tn
laa or Pfnmanshlp lParttientS of the )trelt
llisalneea ITsilvereltT. Uetmlt. Wlch. Orn to
aetet squally with gentlemen, illustrated oaulofue
htmt CartrMrs. 9f mall poarnsM.
aw llamtla. Ortarnn lUmL klnaM
1'oak-t Havolr. M-n4 . tn Maa.se
f lllaira4 lee-aaaa t'aialaaae af Dana.
Rrraln. l'ol- Oaodh Aa. MS r.
tt ABBS CO Blaaarra, lMlsa, Mass.
v'l MALARIA fe?;T
fl CEUTC BETTER Of KJ j . ,
fWfi', you. rffc
!ar 8 r:-In April, lsv., while tlilnklnn of tailnir
order in r-pten.bT, I Mid w-nly recned nntteo
that rajr orUuritli n ovumliiMtl n wool. I he lie tl In m
fortnight. Ihml uiily - diii duys In which to pri
lnru lor ti e F.aiu. I rliould ncoitinisi d a .ir'
preparation lu tho ons of any one so utterly nnpro
arod a 1 wim; but your .Sisti m hud o trenQthntl
I ituj natural Tiiemi i , ttiat 1 wa ah:e to rememhi-r
! and tire tho RlMtui any brwkafler rf't-iii'l '(!.
I tln.ritiiro remt I n illo it. I'rurtor. Ha ul 1 Brow n .
A bushel of December whoat would malto
a costly and ualnuo C'liris'.inus iresont for a
Murria'e is a failure. A n English matri
moiiial bureau has just been forced to make
Tho o3i'choldcr who contributes nothlnsr
to cainpuifi.1 expcusi'B is srmi)ly putting
lolitlcul economy Into ubo.
Miss Clam of Uud Mun'e (lukh, A. T..
recently married a Mr. Fritter. And now
she has her cards printed "Mrs. Clara-Fritter."
Catarrh in tho Head
Or elnate In scrofulous ta t In the bljoJ. Hence
the proper method by which to cure catarrh. It to
put tfy (Ai blood. Its tnuoy dini;reable symptoms,
and the danger of deTeloplnjInto bro'ichlt s or that
torrlbly fatal dlsoasa consamp'.loi are entirely re
mnred by Hood's BitrHtparllla, which enrrs catarrh
ly purifying the bl ol; It also ton -s up tbs system
and sreatly linprovi s the general health.
"For 28 yrars I liave heca trouhlrd with eitarrh In
the brad. Inillcc'tlon, and Rroerttl debility. I con
cluded to try Hood's t'arsaparliia. It did me so much
good thnt I have taken flvo liottlo. My tie alt has
ftrcally Improved, and I fool like i ;idl fferent we nan."
Mus. J. li. Adimi, 8 liichmond Bt, Newark, K. J.
Seld by all druusNts. SI; sit for Si. Trnparel enly
by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries .ow II, Mass.
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
i FARM EflGINES
U profit and uonzonuii.
Fortalle and Scmi-Fcrtalle.
8 to 1 Iloraa Power.
Illottrattd Tam; bll rras. Addrsss
AMES LEFFEL ou CO.
or 1 19 Liberty H-U, Vow Vort,
1 prcTr.iM' and fully n
ilurst IiIk 41 at thn only
hlief-i fi'.- tor tli cuilai n cure
if tills dlxeoHP.
AaihK rdain, ti. Y.
Vo have arUt His; CJ for
liiany yMtn. and It has
iven tue best oi saiia-
l. It. DYCTIK A CO.,
31.00. Sold by PruceUts.
Never Ouins. Nerer Freers In Winter or Melts In
Bummer. Fvery bm OuaranU'e!. hamp'a ertlera
solicited. Write for 1'rires. Wi miko the beit
Axlc-4jre&K4 known and -ll rhearnT than orhnrs do
their common (rd- 4 I. Alt U. A WIMF. ( t4
Office, 3 Klver Mtiret, Ihlcavgo, lllluole.
WHAT IT IS liad its origin
AMD HOW TO among the
OVERCOME IT. poorer classes
in new countries where water
was bad, miasmas prevalent,
food with little variety, cloth
ing insufficient, and exposure
to cold and wet common and
We believe it to be the cause
of nearly all chronic diseases.
r'.'X TO 6 DATS.Vl
I, ,,".J Oaaraalaae SM taVI
fj'J eaaas Bu-lotara. u
fjjd Ur aolj by &9
1 Xtiei Cttclcil Co.
Hibberd's itamatie Ssf ryp.
Mecause it contains no poison or opiates. Children, Invalids and delicate persons will find it the beat
medicine and tonic Uey can use. No home should be wi.houtiu Always iu season, Spring, Simmtr.
Autumn mnJ Winter. J r ' '
li you cannot procure it of jour druggist, sul direct to ue. Price $1.00; 6 bottles $5.00. Masters sjc.
TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE.
A BAD CASE OF SCROFULA CURED.
leaT Byron, N. Y. t have been doctoiina; for
three or four years, with different physicians, lor
scrotal, but found no relief until I commenced tak
your Syrup. Continuing to use it k few months,
I found myself cured. I believe it to be the best
medicine in the world.
Mks. William Stra.no.
Na remedy known so highly endorsed by Its home
people, in the treatment of Ithetimatism and all
llloed Diseases. Our Medical 1'amphlet, treating
on Rheumatism and all Blood and i'einalo Diseases,
vnt tree on application.
RHEUMATIC! SYRUP CO., JACK80N, MlCH.
Diamond Medicine Company,
ZT Stat? Sr.-DfrfOiT. Afcf. .
A DELICIOUS BISCUIT
ASIC YOUR GROCER FX5R
DVIGHFS COVBRAND SALERATUS
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
The uutn who has Invested from throe
to Ave dollars In a Kuboer Coat, and
al his first half hour s experience ta
a storm finds to bis sorrow that It la
hardly a better protection than a mos
quito netting . nt only feels chagrined
at being so badly taken In, but also
feels if ne does not look eiectly like
Ask lor the "UfiH 1KAND' oLtcaaa
does not hare the run na aim. send for desertptlve
faf complete, tnilul'n
WANTEU-XO KTrcniEXrE NiTtSiABT. Permanent let ttn gflre
aavlairy mn Kieesirs
lir man v fa.t-aelhnu ttrtaitla.
Write at once 10 illtOWX ltuoa., A su-aery
Wakxeu's Loo Cabin
'Couph and Consumption
Remedy," "Hops and
Ii u c h u," "Extract,"
"Hair Tonic,' L, t v r
Pills," "Plasters," (Por
ous Electrical), uUose
Creatu," luf catarrh. They are, like, War
ner's "Tippecanoe," tho simple, effective
remedies of tho old L03 Cabin days.
P!to'8 nernedy for Catarrh la the
Best, tjiniest to I'ap, nnd C'lieapeat.
8old hy druKglfita or ntut by malL
fiOc. KT. llttzoltlne, Vurru, ia.
Train rrxiE 33ttbt.
8tationrskerp'liem. Standard nuaTItT,
all 'tries. Kariiplo los. Iiitenu, t,j mail,
CALIF ORHI A?;"'a-,
('"""in. Full in fomiii thin, aU.lre- VAIt.i:iC
UW1J.1, . I o.
Cliuiiciou 14, 1
CiLirnRNis crange, raisin hndru:t lnd.
9.000 aoroe in an alsa traota. Juat tha place
for a colony. Bpecial Indao-menta to settlers.
SIGNOR. FERRY 1 SELCl'ER. fcuu uivgn, CaL
14 O JNl STUDY. Rook-ketfrlnc Ponmanxhlp.
1 6 Anthiuotlo. Hhnnhuml. ft a, thor
oriBhlr tauiiht hy jtmil. J,ow rates. Circulars freo.
HIV ANT'S C01Xi.UK.sol ALUa lluJJiUo.N. V.
PR? n '''TtDorani',u"norneB7worklasrurosthaa
Wl t snythlnt; ,1m In th, worlfl F.ithrr ri Cuatlyauiai
tu.kiu 'lnus ra.a. AdJr, Ikl E Co., Au(ru.i, Mmo.
TO n A HAT. Sntnplet irnrth XII. AO
FHKK. Linn not under the hornet ftet. Writt
Lreictter Safety he in Bohur Co Uultu. HicJL
Treated and enrert without tha Vnlfs.
l-T Jlili If. U ro.ND. it. D.. aurora. Kii.l o III
MINERAL RODS! M'C?!
Illiires cto. I'liiLANDUi H001 u.riaiits. Ulu
ItrtKIIM, Iiltnlt Bo. k i
Ulltwinu ia tur.T. Ma'iuiiio and Mu-lo inn . it
in neat styl.-s. AU.ir.'i
hel.y M., lM troit, .lioti.
AtlTICIIII I.IMIIM. Wis. T.Mmn.o Iti
MnilrlvlL I.. c;nireH Mrc cl. Detroi . ,.iCb,
ttld lur Hlusira'.eU pampnkt frto by r t.irn Biaii.
AtJF.N TH Wan led. (1 an hnurfiOnuw article GaU
ulouo Jt suiujilo l.ui.C.KMarJinill,Looi)ort,N.lf.
Thea writing to Advertlsera please saw
you saw the advertle:ncnv, la this Taper.
EATMENT--In this, the
diet is of importance, and
the hygiene not to be neglect
ed. Fresh air, exercise and
abundant clothing are all Im
portant, llibbard's Rheu
matic Syrup is the only rem
edy. IT IS PfKITIVF.
J it John Et ,
SW&fWfa Containing the medicinal
W)4W'cfei virtues of certain Plant an J
3&1 WaV ffoota of known alterative
):yMS2yf and Depurant Natures, to
gether with such remedies as Poha, Burdock, Winter'
green, diuretic, healing and Invigorating, it becomes
the 'remedy of all remedies" for this most common and
insidious enemy of mankind.
YEARS OF SUFFERING.
Cot- E. S. Walkir, West Lebanon, Ind.
llibbard's Khcumatic byrup and Plasters have
done more for me than any other medicine that I
have ever taken. It is the greatest rcmedv for im
pure blood, and (or a dyspeptic or a constipated per
son it seems to have no equal. Dease send me naif
a dozco botUes. C. ii. Hamkuom,
Gents. I received the above letter this mominjr.
He thinks it is the greatest medicine in the world.
It has given entire satisfaction to all my trade.
Col. li. S. Walksr,
COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF HERBS.
A General Blood Purifier.
Positively- Ci"-e Liver and Kidney Com- lulata.
CNin.iMpalloa, Bheunautlam, Ncrol'ulia, I.,ay,
lllouaneaa. MaiHrla, lMithelee, and asll ilaoatee
Arllslrtm Impurs Jllood.
FOIl TIIIJ LADIES.
Ladles will And this a TerfertReiredr for Female Trttih.
les, sneh as I'alnful and huipited Menstruation. Hie
lleadaehe. and atso fir beautflnir thetom leiloo and
Eradicating Pimples and lilotches aud other bkla Ulseassa.
NOTICE OUn GUARANTEE.
We say to all try ttand be conrlnred. the aame as we have
convinced others, and If It does not do lust as represented,
return the packnga ami hat yonr monay ref untied.
Kor sale bv all iruiriristi.r authorized ( anvaating Aitenta
Siif'AetrtlK1,00 'r PkBt or mailed oa
reeeipt ox price, by the
77 State Street, - Detroit, Mich.
Krary one sl.oold have a pao'.aga in tholr home and Bet
er he witbODt It.
l4Aseuie Wanted In sill I.seslltl, ?irEtt
We otter the man wtu wauls service
(not style) a garment that will kerf)
film dry In the hardest suinn. It Is
called TOWEk'8 HSU It HAND
PLICKER," a name familiar to every
Cow-boy all over tha land. With them
the only perfect Wind and Waterproof
Coat la v Tower's Uso lirand MUker."
and take no other. If yonr storekeeper
ratalome. A. J. Town a. 70 Simmons HI- Roatnn. Mans.
W. N. U. D.-6--4E.
raid. leuUar advantacea to bea.nnere etc
Oalflt rru. H'a autirantf wait are aArrt aa.
aneia, Chteavge, llllaele. TuU hOUe it relUbla,