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$ltc WUcUhx faittj gagle: farrsttaij pfowihtff, Sttltj 17,. 1890.
POK BEAinTS SAKE.
!how woman should practice
the art of preservation.
jCpsinetlcs 'ot Hoarly a. Beneficial for
the Complexion s Mot Baths Valuable
Suggestions About TVater and Its Uso
jn Battling-Use of Powder.
The subject of complexions is rf peren
aial interest to the feminine heart, though
most advice abont complexions is very
theoretical and seems chiefly based on the
potion that tho more disagreeable a thing
is the better it is. A well known society
girl once lived a year on graham mush, and
practically nothing else, except when she
went to dinner parties. She had a poor
complexion when she began, and she had a
poor one when sho quit. Of course, how
fcver, that did not break her faith in mush,
and because she was so careful of her skin
she still wont on refusing to dust her face
with tho little touch of powder that would
have relieved its greasiness. iyfc always
women with-skins liko sacking-? are tho
fcnost particular about preserving them
from powder. Makeup is much worse
bhan injurious it ia vulgar; it is low form,
put here, as in a good many cases, the sin
Is in being found out. If a woman can
help herself artificially so that you can't
fcee that she is made up, why you should
be grateful for her good looks, that is alL
HOW TO XTSZ POWDEi:.
There is only ono way to put on powder
and that is to put on cold cream first, wipe
that off with a dry cloth and then put on
the powder. It will do all powder can
bafely bo expected to do it will give a
Eoft, youthful bloom to the skin and shude
defects. The most touchmgly naive thing
In the -world is tho way numbers of women
paint themselves with liquids that turn a
delicate violet tint and then come forth
Into the light of day with a full confidence
that people will believe thut God made
them that color. Violet is fashionable, but
Hot on the noe. Two sovereign laws can
bo laid down about make up; it should bo
deceptive (and thut means that there must
ba but little of it) and It must all bo wabhed
off at night. Theoretically, of cour&e, it
Is very bad to clog up tho pores of the bkin
with anything, but, as a matter of fact,
core3 of women who make up keep their
nice skins much longer thau farmers' wives.
Look at actresses! Thero is not another
class in the world that can furnish such a
number of such young looking women be
tween 40 and 50 as Patti, Bernhardt, Lotta,
Kato Claxton, Ellen Terry and Sara
How do they do it It is not stage make
up that has kept all theso women good
looking. No, indeed. They neutralize
the makeup and tho late hours and the
had air of tho stage chiefly by one thing
I hat is keeping clean. Undoubtedly they
dwc a great deal, too, to the introduction
of French cosmetics as well as to Turkish
baths. If yon want to be safe on cosmetics
eithor get things from somebody who
niakes them or ono whom ou can per
sonally trust. There may be some trick
ing and wirepulling about them some
times, but they still offer a thousand
tunes better chanco of purity and whole
bomoness than things made in this too, too
utterly free country.
TIIE 1T7II1I5U BATH RECOVIMENDKD.
But tho grout source of good complexions
is tho Turkish bath. Look at the class of
club mon who indulge in such luxuries.
You can pirk them out anywhere in a
crowd by tho freshness of their skins.
After tho club men oorne the aetresEes and
then the society women. Within the last
Iialf dozen years tbcro has been a change
cain and a marked falling off in the at
toudanco of frusbvinabio women at the well
known bactiing cstaWisInacnts. What does
that moan Exactly tuis, that luxurious
establishments are now so luxurious no
where as in their bathing arrangements,
nnd the fashionable woman takes her Turk
ish or moio frequently her Russian bath
nt home. Thero has boon a grent awaken
ing on tho wholo subject of physical cul
ture, and tho effect is apparent Girls no
longer lose their complexions before they
pass out of their toens. Despite the disad
vantages of our climate thero uro a number
pf women in Chieic of mature j-ears who
would compare well m point of freshness
with English women of tho same age.
Tho tilings iieca.sury to cloauhneb are,
f rst, heat sufficient U induce perapir.itiou.
Jiot water, soap and plenty of rubbing
with a brush. All properly fitted up mod-
ern bathhouses have a steam attachment.
In the liner houstt. they have a hot room j
connected with thum. Batlis uro adminis
tredbythe lady's maid. The Turkish or (
the Russian bath (the latter is with the use
cf bteam) i- not taken of tenor than onco a I
ivcek. Ofln onou iu txvo weeks is better, j
but a very thorough bathing and rubbing I
is administered, of coure, ei'ery day. i
Everybody can't have a Pompeiau bath
room nor an accomplished maid nor a per
f araoii bag contaiauig tiio most exquisite
preparation of soap to u.si as a wash rag
this K the latest fashionable trick but
everylxody can have Turkish bath brush,
nud that is moro important t han cither.
MASSAGK AS A UEAUTli'IKi:.
Tho face itsolf is generally great ly helped
hy a very gentle brushing, using at the
same time some of the French soup- at
tested to by the Academy of Medicine
There aro some strong Jind trying soaps
popular now whim it needs the epider
mis of a coal heaver to uso with impnnity.
It is marvelous how peoplo boliovo in ad
vertisements. Dou't trust them when it
comes to tho soap you use oa your face
and dou't lot your face go without so.ip j
citbor. It ought to be washed with it at j
least several timos a ,jvik. Inhere aru j
Bkinssothin noV necessarily good that
they cannot htand brushing, but dou't pre
B"imo yours is one of that kind till you
know it. Tho chances are that it will help
it 50 per cent. All those ugly roughnesses
jou sometime sou on girls' arms and
"l JLLiiz. ,-i,ic 'Ivju-o indiscreet enough i
OF ALL who have awl Ayer's rills
for Biliousness am Liver Com
plaint is that they are the lnt eer
niado. Bern- free from any mineral
inTediouts. and Migar-coat-d, Ayer s
PiTte are adapted to all njse. constitu
tions, and climates.
-naming used Ayer's Pill for manv
vears in my practice and ?''"
3stitfed in reee.nm.on.hnc t '"? f
Excellent cathartic and liver uC"":
Tlicv sustain all rtie r niatle for
theiii " W. A. Wostfall. M. D., '
Austin & X. W. 11. K. Co., Burnet.Texa.
Vvor's Pills keen my stoiuaeh and
lfver'm perfect condition. ivo y ears
ace I was afflicted with enlargement of
the Ih er and with a severe form of dy
wpMa. most of the time heme unable to
retain am solid food on my stomach. 1
iinallv Wean to take Ayei s 1 ills, ami
After'usui" oiilv three boxes of these
magical ilUt. was a veil man
Lucms Alexander, Marblehead;M.i.
If vou have Sick Headache. Constipa
tion, Indigestion, or riles, ir
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
feold by aH Iroggtes and Deatcn. ia Medicino.
to Snorw,THCm,Trnni wirprTt;iri-miigTjTT-r
wilLahnost inrar4aiJlydiaapB3 brush
ing. Tho amount and orcette&otdd be
regulated by each person according to Jicr
The fashionable woman appreciates more
and more the. value of massage in .renew
ing and restifij- her youth. A woman in
the full swim taxea harBfllr'V6ry,,jseverely.
Such women are always ma&saged after
coming home from any festivity.
One thing iatho massfegtog way you can
do for yourself, and it ia errremely valua
ble. You can massage your face. Some
knowledge of the usual massage move
ment is a help. The poiatls to very gently
move all the flesh on the bones, and gently
knead every particle of it. When, you are
through you feel as if you h?vt a new face,
and tho efforfcon keeping the lines and fall
ings in from being settled and fixed is
great. You khould rnb your face outward
from the nose and upward from the chin
In washing, in oiling, in touching it at all,
because the tendency of the flesh is to fall
in and downward. Two minutes a day
will suffice. Chicaw Herald.
ro GET $225 FOR HIS HAIR.
rho Strange Way in "Which Antrim Wor
rlllow Beoume Bald.
Media has been treated to a novel enter
tainment in the court house, and it at
tracted largo audiences. Antrim Worril
low was driving along a public road in
Lower Chichester some time ago, and came
upon a scone that is seldom witnessed out
side of Spain and her old colonies. It wa3
a bull fight. With locked horns and foam
ing mouths two gentlemen cows were en
gaged in a duel in the lung's highway, to
the delectation of a bevy of feminine Jer
seys, who were enjoying tho sport in a field
His horse fearing bulls, as all his kind
do, slid sidewise to the farthest admissible
place and endeavored to pass by, regardless
of consequences and of tho restraint of his
master All would have been well but for
a solitary tree that sent its branches over
hanging the road, and it was these that
tore the top off of tho Dearborn, broke tho
traces and shot Mr. Worrillow out into the
road. He was picked up insensible, and
suffered for weeks before being ablo to get
Mr. Worrillow brought suit against the
road supervisors for $5,000 damages for
negligence in permitting tho highway to
bo obstructed by tho tree, and Judge Clay
ton wrestled with this for two full days,
uncertain whether tho blame rested on the
bulls, tho road, the tree or the horse, but
with inclination toward tho bulls.
Worrillow produced m,any witnesses as
to tho facts, and Dr. Stollwagen, of Phila
delphia, as to the cause of his baldness, for
his hair had all fallen out. The doctor
called his disease alloposcia areata, which
ho told the court meant baldness in
patches, caused by the shock.
Tho defense had also an array of wit
nesses, and among these Dr. D. Lannoy, of
Chester, who differed with Stellwagen, as
doctors invariably do. He said Mr. Wor
rillow's disease was not as stated on tho
other side, so ho thought, but it was para
sitical and could be cured, tho shock hav
ing nothing to do with it.
Tho judge hardly knew what to do, and
especially did ho know-nothing at all about
medical matters. As he was brought up
on a farm ho did know all about bulls, and
there wore many of thee in his charge. He
told tho jury they were twelve sensiblo
men and could settle tho question by tho
facts, although these were somewhat
If the bulls smashed the wagon and the
tree did not touch it, then the bulls were
clearly liable; but if the tree was the solo
cause of the accident and tho bulls did not
run against it, then the tree should bear
the blame; but if the bulls scared the horse
into the tree and all together contributed
to the general wreck, it was for the jury to
divide the conspirators and lay tho dam- i
ages accordingly. As the bulls had no j
money and could not be ussessed, the tree j
should only bo charged with its sharo, and I
this would fall on tho supervisors to pay, '
therefore no excessive amount should be j
Tho jury retired for half an hour and '
gave Mr. Worrillow $f25. Cor. Philadel- I
IttihSlan ZtlllitHry Discipline.
It is a curious fact ia connection with
tho Russian army that while it hud often
met defeat, it whs norer routed; though
beaten and driven from the field, it never
became a panic stricken mob. This cohe
rence under defeat was due to its splendid
discipline and ryzid obodionco to orders,
which were paramount to all other consid
erations. A Russian force was moving to
the attack of a position that was impreg
nable. A superior officer asked the com
mander where ho was going "To attack
the position in front," he answered. "But
it is folly madness." "I know it, but I
have my orders." "Oh, you have orders;
move on, thenl" tho officer coolly haid.
Thi. incident takes a good deal of what
has always been regarded as exaggeration
out of the story that is told of a Russian
iirmy surgeon on his professional roiyid. J
On entenug a ward the officer in charge j
gives the command, "Attention!"' when ,
each inmato at once takes the position of a
soldier. "Tongues out!" is the next order,
fol'owed by tho instant projection of that '
member. The aurgeou, accompanied by an i
attendant, then proceeds along the line, J
examining each tongue and giving direc
tions as to treatment. When the inspection
is over and the medical officer takes his de
parture tho command "Tongues in!" re
leases the line from its unpleasant and
ludicrous position, and "In place rest!" al
lows the men to resume their cots. And i
jet military writers admit that the soldier
who thinks always gets away with the
human machine in battle. Cincinnati
Curious Haldts of irog;s.
Frogs are fond of birds, which they catch
frequent iy. I sometimes give them a
Sparrow or two. They swallow them down
fetuuors and all. Shortly afterward you
will see the feathers come rolling out of
their mouths just as if some living thing
were within them plucking the feathers
off. One of my frogs became ill thv other
day. He had swallowed something that
did not agree with him. What do you
suppose the old fellow did Why he just
sat down on his haunches and turned his
stomach fiiside out and washed it in the
water and in a moment afterward re
turned tho organ to its proper position
lie always uses his hind legs to remove the
stomach when it is disordered. Several of
my frogs, you will observe, hare lost an
arm or a leg. Thnt was the condition in
which I caught them. I have no doubt the
members were lost in some terrific battle
held in their native ponds. They live to a
good old age. 1 have one here which is 10
years of age. I raised him from a little
tadpole, Interview in New York World.
Tho Mine That Left the Territory.
During a recant trial a very funny collo
quy ensued between Attorney Iocke and
Mr. McDonnell, who was on the stand.
Chris O'Brien was examining the latter,
Mid asked him among other things where
the War Eagle inirc was.
"The mine was in Washington territory,"
"Well, tho !mine is there yet, ain't it,
Mac?" inquire! Attorney Locke, ironically.
"No. sir, it is not,' said McDonnell,
"Where is it, then?" retorted Locke,
thinking.be had hi man corqercd.
"In the sisto of Washington," answered
McDonnell, without aniila dn hi face.
Court, jury and upectators howled at
this uncxpootod bit of repartee, while
Lockohid himself in his whiskers. St.
"VOUNG HERO-OF THE GUTTER.
How a Xoaag- Boot&lac&takfid a Xan
gerous vUanaway r .?- rtjr-
"Ding, ding, diinjJMixracg'tasckctric
gong xt the i?e9rYork terminufl of the
Brooklyn bridge, Jastvst thtflrasiest hour
of an afternoon. ivearlylLin the great
throng that was pouring into the entrance
turned their heads as tlfey heard the im
petuous note of warning. What was this
gong? Why was it eounded? Few in the
crowd knew; but instinctively they seemed
to feel that something, serious had occur
red. Instantly the po"Bctsnan whose duty
it is to watch the carriage exit at the
northern side of the tarmrnna had run to
the strongly constructed gate thrown back
against the building and had unfastened
it ready for closing.
Then the word paused, "It's a runaway
on the bridge, and it's coming this way?'
In another minute tke crowd, springing
up, as it were, from the ground, blocked
Park row. Several policemen strove vainly
1o keep the people back from the end ofthe
driveway. Necks were craned and eyes
were strained to catch, a glimpse of the
horse and wagon which were just coming
into view at the top of tho long stretch of
paved approach to the bridge.
"Here he comes I" was the cry from a
thousand throats, and people-involuntarily
drew back, as if to avoid tho crash which
might come later on. The-horse, it could
be seen, was on a dead run, but so far away
was ho that he only seemed to be moving
Then it could bo seen that a young
man sat in the driver's seat and held the
reins. His feet were firmly braced against
the footboard, his lips were set and he was
exerting all his strength to Btop the mad
onrush of tho horse. But the incline is
steep, the animal had evidently "lost his
head," and was now dashing to his certain
de&truction in an exuess of mad terror. The
policeman with his hand on the gate began
slowly to close it. It was his intention
should the animal not be stopped to shut it
in his face. People began to picture to
themselves the crash, and turned away
their heads in horror. There was profound
Bilenco in the awestruck crowd, broken
only by disconnected exclamations, and
above all the importunate "ding, ding,
ding" of the gong.
Down the long incline came tho fright
ened steed, his black coat" bespattered with
foam, and swayed from side to side by tho
frantic efforts of the youngdriver to slack
en his gait. In somo of these lurches the
horse and wagon narrowly missed striking
tho teams drawn up at the sides of the
driveway. From a cab standing a few
hundred feet up the driveway could bo
heard tho hysterical screams of a woman.
Still tho horse had not slackened his speed.
The policeman closed the gate and the
crowd drew back, as if impelled by ono
will, holding its breath.
The horse had reached the etono balus
trade that walls in the driveway for tho
space of about a hundred feet from the
sidewalk. A bare legged bootblack, whose
face showed pale beneath its coating of
dust and grime, was seen standing on the
balustrade. Suddenly the boy was seen to
spring into the driveway in front of tho
plunging horse. He seized tho tightened
reins close to the bit, and raising himself
from tho ground hung at the horso's head.
A shout went up from tho crowd. The
horse made several more .plunges, them
swayed from sido to side and finally stopped
stock still within a few feet of the stout
bars of the gate. Tho gong censed ringing.
Five minutes later the entrance to the
bridge had regained its usual appearance,
and no one in the hurrying crowds would
havo guessed that it had been tho scene of
an act of heroism. New York Tribune.
When a bachelor plungos into the pool of
matrimony ho usually leaves behind him,
as a bather might leave his clothes on tho
frhore, his old habits and his old friend
ships. The angel that he has taken for a
help meet looks upon the cronies of his celi
bate days with suspicion. Sho aspires to
be the keeper of hi3 conscience, the sole de
pository of his secrets, and is unwilling to
let even a fow stray beams of his affection
deflect toward any outsider; insisting, the
dear monopolist, that they shall be all
focalized upon herself.
If he loves her of course he jields, and
the friends of his bachelorhood find him a
changed man. They complain of this, per
chance, but havo they a right to do so?
What need has he of any other social con
fidant than his wife? The talk of his late
companions may not be wholesome for the
married ear; it is apt to be of old flirta
tions and old time escapades. Young wives
know this by instinct, and they think that
such conversation Ls not improving to
young husbands. New York Ledger.
Tho Small IHcssb;;er Boy.
The messenger boy is no end of fun.
This individual was very tiny in body, but,
as you shall see, ho was possessed of a large
mind and mighty valor He was coming
along tho pavement just as a big Norman
horse, driven in a coal cart, stumbled
nnd fell. Now, our messenger boy was
skilled in omergoncies liko this. He knew
exactly what to do, and so ho skipped
blithely out and sat him down upon the
horse's head. Tho horse, from sheer force
of habit, gave a feeble answering whisk to
his tail. Then he raised his head perhaps
ho only enorted, one could not bo quite
sure but, at any rate, the tiny little fel
low was blown off into the air like a wisp
of hay and landed in the gutter on the
other sido of the street. And the gather
ing crowd was ignoble enough to laugh,
while a very big policeman came out of the
throng and sat assuredly on the horse's
head. New York Evening Sun,
Hr Had Them.
"You have all varieties of pansles, I sup
pose?" he remarked as he entered a florist's
"Let me have some chimpanzees, please "
The clerk said nothing, but soon pro
duced some flowers wbieh were distinctly
marked with eye, nose and mouth like a j
monkeys face, ana said:
"This is the variety you want'"
"Yes, make a buttonhole bouquet."
"How much, sir?" asked the customer.
"It's all right," protested tho clerk, with
a weary look, 'tce shock is worth the
fiowers.' Pittsburg Chronicle.
Kloctrlcitr on Tronic Railway Line.
Professor Elihu Thompson says that in
the near future railways will be ran by
electricity. By this he means not only the J
small roads for citie3 and suburban districts !
but the large ones connecting cities, and !
he looks for a higher speed than Ls now at- j
tained with the steam locomotive. New j
York Commercial Advrtier. !
Scalo That Will TTrigh a Ilalr.
The finest thing in the way of delicately i
adjusted scales of waioh I have beard has !
been turned out by a Philadelphia, firm for
the mint at New Orleans, and tbey are cer
tainly niarrels of mechanical invention
and expert workmanship There are tun.
pairs. The larger has a capacity of 10 f.
ounces troy, or about TS5 pounds avoirdv
pois, and when loaded to its full capacity
will indicate the variation of one-tboj ,
sandth of an inch The other pair is in
tended for lighter "fork. Ail its bainss
are of aerate, i nis lnsrmment i believeu
to be the -most deHoatc in the world. Ir
will gtoj the precif e weight of a hnmaii
hair and is sosceprible to the slightest a
ruosphcric change. A sisns&ure written
on a card with an ordinary peadl wu.
make perceptible difference in the weight
of tbecird. interview with St- Louis Scale
refore they gohi
Sr'l-y-p' fsPiC i I J
Ke proverb mri
the pohKeep off or you II smufch ma
If your grocer sends you anything in place of SAP0L10, send it back and
insist npon baring just Trhat you ordered. SAP0LI0 always gives satisfaction.
On floors, tables and painted Trork it acts like a charm. For scouring pots,
pans and metals it has no equal. Everything shines after it, and eTen the chil
dren delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house.
High over tho lamppost, high orcr the street,
Bemote from the t723c, its rush and its beat,
'Neath a sky now o'erclouded, now suiiny and
I dwell in the stillness, my dear one, with you.
My windows arc grimy, my walls they ere bare,
A wreck ls my table, a rain my chair!
Yet I prize them far better than if they were
For they tell me, my dear one, they tell me of
Untroublad by visitors, tranquil I brood,
At tho chimney top's lorel folk seldom intruder
And I heed thora bnt littla if ever they do.
For I'm tuCdne, my dear one, still talking to ycu.
Then as dust orer gable and roof horers near.
And tho first star ls f alndy beginning to peer.
Half a song, half a sigh, the dim casement steals
And tho angel who breathes it, my dearest, is
you. Comhill Magazine.
Some of Nature's Wonders..
The polypus, liko the fabled hydra, re
ceives new life from the knife which is
lifted to destroy it. There are 4,M1 mas
doe in a caterpillar. Hook discovered
14,000 mirrors in the eyes of & drone. To
effect the respiration of a carp. 33300 arte
ries, vessels, veins, bones, etc., or neces
Bary. The body of every spidor contains
four little masses, pierced with a multi
tude of holes (imperceptible to the naked
eye), each hole permitting the passage of a
singlo thread; all of the threads, to the
amount of 1,000 to each mass, join together
when they come owt, nnd make tho single
thread with which the -spider spins its
web, so that what we call a spider's thread
consists of more than 4,ixA) threads united.
Leuwenbock, by means of microscopes, ob
served spiders no bigger than a grain of
sand which spun threads so fine that it
took 4,000 of them to equal in magnitude a
single hair. The fly spider, it is known,
lays an egg as large as itself. New York
A Young: Naturalist.
A dozen men were standing around the
defunct carcass of a snake on Water street,
speculating as to what variety it belonged
to. One said it was a house snake, another
contended that it was a rattler, and others
suggested that it wasa black snake, agarter
snake or a water snake. Finally a bare
footed boy, with one pantaloon leg rolled up
to tho knee and the other to the ankle joint,
stepped up, and inserting a stick undor
the reptile's body raised it up and said:
"I'll tell you what kind of a snake that
"What kind is it?" asked several men in
"A dead snake," said tho urchin, as ho
tossed it into tho mud aud darted away.
Horse Tall Protector.
A recent patent enables a horse's tail to
be kept at all times as trim and neat as a
fine lady's coiffure. This patent is enti
tled the hor&o tail protector, and consists
of a short bar with two heads or buttons
on the ends, to which is attached a rubber
cord having at each end elastic sockets
corresponding with the buttons. Tho idea
is to allow of the horse's tail being twisted
round into a knot, which is firmly held by
the protector. This not only keop3 the
tail clean, but saves an imdense amount
of combing and brushing, whioh is so de
structive to the hair. New York Commer
Emperor William's Miatalcr.
The emperor is a great smoker, and his
cigars are manufactured expressly for him.
Not long ago, sitting of an evening in one
of tho apartments of his palace, he inad
vertently rojhod out and sfcrnck a match
on a splendid oil pointing that; stood on an
easel hard by. The empress was as mad as
a wet hen. "Your majesty," said she, "if
you were not the emperor and my husband
I should chastise you " And she would
hare done it, too, for be it known that
Augusta is a husky dame and one of ex
ceeding luBty temper. Eugene Field in
Recently our maid drove the family
horse out, and stopped to get the animal a
pailful of water. In carrying the pail
full of water toward the horse the horeo
suddenly turned, frightening the girl and
causing her to drop the pail. The horse at
once stopped upon the sidewalk, took the
bucket by the bail in his mouth, carried it
toward the edge of the sidewalk, put it
down and drank the contents. Cor. Ncw
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prefer t o JJ JL 1 IllJJi U rnroe ber.we
will contract to cre then
or refund 1. motif v ar.-d pav entire xpfieof cos
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t ex'k RFMFDY T Otah,. NVbratka.
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and tlaciass mtat
algal; vre Wr
cratealae. If af.
Iswe4 ta evaliaa
mar lam aa
bee.al.s -.rrr e. - A1 NaT UI'.T
Mi. r lt the itralcr " l'ie. aeal.
mleratlaa.aal la tf7 re-aje. tfce t-
CE. IiT s 1"- J. P.
tee -eiraz r?Seir for
Tie Ely ie rdaej- ter
IrfjBCorrh o? orWMM.
I orescrfbe ftaad fed
safe In recnarsendtEe It
wj&riryftj to bH ssCerir.
xiiT.tHH A J.f-NER.M.D,
Sold by DratrsTisic
i ft.. wnflivw !
k t n. A. K
aaaafefcaataaT I l
"The pan says to
son? cg . xew yoei.
lERRQRS OF YOUTH. I
tf eJ SUFFERERS FR02f
Bb Your Own Physician I
Kanr men. from th pffeeta of routhfal
Imprudence, ha e broujrht abont t blato of ,
: wraknesj that has redticed the general ry- ',
i tem so much n to inuu"o almosz every '
I other disease, and the real caua of the ',
trouble carcel j erer beinjr suijiected, they ;
! are doctored for everything iSit the rtaht .
; one. 'otwithstandinjf the many Trainable ;
remedies that meJicalseler-e hat prodneed
', forthertlief of thiclai of patient, none ;
of the ordinary modes of treatment tffetta ;
! cure. Darin,; our rxtentiTe college and hos
1 nifjjl nrnrttr -wa hare eicerimenteil with
I nnd drvxered new and concentrated rrme-
; dies. The aecompanyinir prescription nor- ,
fered as a certain nnd speedy cure, as ;
hiimtrHnf rofQ in our Tiiacticanave been
! restored to iierfect heAlth by its me after j
' allotherremedlesfalled Perfectly pare in-
! frrwlIciitmu'tbeusedinthaprtptuuUsaof ',
; this precriptIon. . j
K Erythroxylon coca, 1-3 dracnm,
jeruDeotn, l 3 aratnm. ,
llelonlaa Diolca, 1-2 dracim. )
Gelsemin, 8 trrains. i
Ext. leptandra, X bcruples. ;
Glycerine, q s. Mix.
other on KOinsr to bed. In somo cas) it t ill ;
beneccssarj ror the patient to take two pi iu ,
at bedtime, making tho number three & car.
ThU remedy U adapted to every condition of !
! nervous debllltyand weaknesJineithersex. J
and especially in thow caee --ultlnsr from
; imprudence. The recuperative pon en of !
; thisrertoratiTearetrulyaftonlshinp.andltH '.
u continued lor anort tlmecnnmres uie i
languid, debilitated. nvrveles condition to i
' ono of renewed life and vijior. !
; inquiry relative to tills remedy, o vrould
p.iy to thosewho would prefertoolitalnitof !
! us, by remltUnj; $1 tt securely waled pack- ;
' ace containing ou piii, careiuiiy com
; pounded, will bo fwnt by return mail fr m
our private laboratory, or we willfuniHi 6
paekatref, which will euro mortcaoe, for $i.
Auuress or coil on
Hew England Medical Institute,
2 1 Tremont Row, Hoston, .Mni.
gqpff Copyright, 1SCT, by F. It. HnxrR.
3 DfiSfTiyn JorLOSTorXAIUHO HAJTE00D;
tt, SrUQI U9S, Gretna and KERVOUS DEBILITY,
"ET"?? "C "Wealcaeas of Body tnd Hind: Efffcti
J SJ XJZA ofSrrors or Excesses in Old or Young.
Robust, Kctrfp 3U1HI10D fullr tttmtsrul. Ho to rnl.rv nu
Sti-Mrta vEAK. rjinFITt LO?r,J OBtHNS rARTSof HftDr.
ibMlutrlv nahllfeF 1I02K TRiUTKSJ T Brnffll. In a imj.
Hid tettlry from Stcl, TemterW, asd Ftrlvn Ountrlti.
teurAnwrlUtarm. Bovl;. faHrxiJualloB, and prooriBft!lJ
ele4) free. Address ERIE MEDICAL CC, BUfF.UC, ft. T
t7 tb UB
Recommended by leading Phjsci.ns
Purely Vegetable nnd perfectly
Iiarni!ci" hold I J nil I)rui?hta,or
hent. po't-pnid. In plain vt rapper on
receipt of !-- Write for circular.
Till? osa;k .tikiiici.-vu co.
Charles Lawrence, 102 East
Van Werden & Co., SSSKortli
Gfus Saur, 524 East Doucrlas
Coal, Gravel Koollag, Hoofing and
TELEPllOXB XO. JO J.
IStli St. and 4th Ave. "Wichita, Kan
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Wo carry a completo line of all Linds o( Book
and Blanks. uch iu nre used by Real Estate AgenU
ronsUMn? of Dcls. Mortsrnz. Abstract", Kolpt
HooWs, Note Bookf, Kent ltKlter, Notary Public
Kecords and Wanlca. Contract BooVf. Pooket Iteal
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ders by mall promptly attended to. Addrats
THE WI0HITA EAGLE,
J. P. ALLEN,
Eyerylhing Kept in a Firslclas Drug Store
308 EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
DAVIDSON & CASE
John Davidson, Pioneer Lumberman
of Sedgwick Con ntv.
ESTABLISHED :-: U :-: 1870.
A Cnrnplt Stock of Pine Ibor.
Shiurrle. Lath, Doors. Sxit,
tc, always on ImuhI.
OSce aad iwt m XMter
TVovrau twna aad rs mt
V&aMt CStr. OUataoi CUr awt a
it W. Utt. Pre A Ourn.V.r
H T. KAAMrtV A t CaatiW.
Wichita National Bank.
PAID XTP CAPITA! - SSiMMXKt
J alba DttHM. 3. C .
Uoo Genera Banking. CrMeciiny
and Hrokrrage Jiujnne&e.
KRtern aag Pwofsra Bxluuir
2 boRzht ami ok). Oititvd SiMtos 1aa
of &!! denonitaaHtWfcS hmtxht mm1 tMeW
CoKHty. Township awl MwalclMa
I bonds boOaThU
THE WICHITA EAGLE
21. Jr. JIurilock it Uro.. 2'roprietor-.
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND BUM BOOK MIS.
All kinds or couuty, lownslilp aud scliool district
recoriL and blanks. Lejrnl blank of every des
cription. Complete stock of Justice's dockets and
blanks. Job priutinsrof all kinds. We blatl law
and medical journals and mairaidnc periodicals of all
kinds at prices as low at. Chieano isml ew York .tod
guarantee work jnst as pood. Ortlers i-ent lr iall
will be carefully attended to. Address all Vtwiaea to
R. P. rUBDOCK.
J. O. DAVIDSON. PrW4;aU . T. BABCOCK. Vle FrraMwV,
THOS. O. rrrcn. SecretAry aad Ttrrer
DAVIDSON INVESTMENT COMPANY.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $300,000.
DIItECTORS John Quincy AdniHt, John C. Dorst. Chutk C MSo4t Q. A
Walker. Thos. O. Fitch, John H. Sanfortl, W. 'I'. Kabocxtk.
A. K. SUinky and J. O. lavidou.
$5,000,000 LOANED . IN -. SOUTHERN-. lOVNBAK
-oney always on Hand for Improved Farm ami City Loan.
03ice Tvitli Citizeus Bank. cor.
When ordering: state WHAT form ls
X,. C. JA-CKSOlSr
Wholesalaand Retail Dealer in all klnd of
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal
ANJJ : ALL : KTXDS : OF : JiL'JI.Diyo : MATERIAL.
Main Oillce 1112 South Fourth Avenue, llraiiclt Ollice 11 J 'urth Main Streut
Yards connected -with all railroads in the city
X77 Milm - JWXMhintrn
Aia SAOTA FE ROUTE.
VESTintTLE POI.LMA.V SLBETKia,
VK5TXBDI.K OlIfIl CA1,
I'uee RKcLixixn Chair Cars.
Inquire of W. D. M unlock, local ncent
for further 5pecunn8 of railroad iiintrn
K. I'ohtjk Irrxldnt R, T. Br as. V. Pn-t.
V V . Al.LKK, Jr.. Clr
Fourth National Bank.
PAID PP CAPITA I
d macro it s:
mw 1 Hek. r. W. Waiter. O. W. Lju-rtmer Jm
Xotm. H. O, Orr.
It. Lombard. .)
J. I' ALl"V
L. D. Aanntsit
AartMint I allWr.
State National Bank.
Jobs II CN"y.OrK W. Wlsr, W T Ooi.
1 P. AHoa. Ko harrt. J M. All. . V iloaly. R
lyombanL Jr . Petar tio. L. 1. SkbUMT. Jaao
tVaat a eaoic
Want sf kruar
tVMat A. .MaBtaUom.
l a wmat r,rL
Wtttta mU a farm.
ao b U k boa
WaM talntj or eti atoefc.
trmt eow( -r"'t foa.
Waal to dtipWte or xnoa,
Want to 1! rrooar' or rn
Want to Cad oton-r for aartkiao.
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urn. ltrpr. Ata. GsHkrm Ptato.
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Main and Dongas, AVieliita. Kan
Our Scalt? Iook5 are Printed tm CNiod
Slncie IXook .....4 S
"hree Hooka M. qq
Six Hooks 75
Sln?l Book by mail, prepaid ..,.. &
THE WICHITA ZUOrJE.
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SW Orders kjr wiU itroaaytljr atteBaWd t.
u,eouiNTtD with Tf crotaM rr rnr ro"NTrvti
OSTAiM Mucn ixFuAMATtvy. rCM AafjrrCf Tun uirot tmi
Ctap, Rock Island & Pad Bj.
Jncludlofcr 7Jne Cnat ar,d K of th Jffltaon'l
Rivrr TiDltX' it.l. nl(VniCniCAOO.
XOCK ISLAND OAVItTOKT. PU8 SCOXHItm.
(COUNCIL ULirFKS V.ATEKTXWN. UOOX
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CITY. TOrKKA DKNVKK OOLOKAtX) rJOfl
ml I'UHBLO 7r'X.iunCtairCiura ink!
from CH1CAOO (ALDWXLL, HOTCnXnaON
and DOi Of. CITT aj4 1'alar H1mtBit 0r b
IwwinCiUCAOO VT KITA Bt KtjrTCtflKttOH
DatlrTratna to mul Koa XINOFlaKJUL la th
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i SOLID VEST'BULE EXPRESS TRAINS
sf Thrmitfh CoacbM fMarx-n, and THutatf Owd
dUr trtvrno CHICAOO. VXB KOIafBat, OOVat
CIL. ULUKFri and OK AHA. and rrw. aVacltatnit
Caittr Car bttwrn CHI"AOO tuid VXXVHM.
COLO HA DO HrKIltO al fVKMUO. vim ftH. Jo
!. or KWai Citr ud Topk. Mnuiaatia
Mr. -"ith Cbafa f ta ad trmm aaUC
ItV. 1'ortlMtd, IM AaflM BJHl It FnUafttMM.
Th Jfrt lAnm W aawl fr.m ika' Pak. Kmu
lou. Oardan of th Oxf th aWoltairtUaM, !
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Via The Albert L90 Rout.
MM XxprvM Trains dally twtwwn CUeM mmd
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if saUnif mhI riabibv OrouoiU of lh Jftbvrat.
Tk abort LlM Tta aVrtHC mmA XMalaWOaf
faCilttUa to traval to ajid froai full . OLa
cttaaMi and otaar Homaorn points
Ior Tkkii. Kk(m. l"ldr. or duoti'jd iadbrmaav
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