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i ran the sake of the additional profit derived there from. Crudely mixed from low-grade, impure ingredients, such powders cost but half as much to make as the highly refined, abso lutely pure Royal Baking Powder, although retailed at the same price. They are un wholesome and lacking in leavening strength. Royal Baking Powder gives the greatest value for its cost, and there is no other powder or preparation that will give such satisfaction, or make such pure, wholesome and delicious food, or which in practical use will be found so economical. ROYAL 6AKINQ POWDER CO., The Universality of Superstition. Almost everybody has some touch of su-1 perstition, and as men grow older 'tfiey seem to be the more effected by the savage fancy. A club in New York has been trying for many years to shatter the old time su perstition of tbe unluckincsH of IB at table, but the superstition remains the same as ever. No campaign for president occurs when mascots or fetiches are not brought forward for the benefit of favored candi dates. During the campaign of 1892 agood Democrat of North Carolina took pains to end Vice President Stevenson a graveyard rabbit's foot, and since then the furnishing of such talismans or mascots has become as. advertised business. Pious people have been accustomed to seek supernatural guidance by taking the verse which first catches their sight when they open the Bi ble by chance. Gamblers and speculators of all kinds are usually superstitious. Jay Gould was a remarkably logical man, but it became evident in the later years of his life that he stood in fear of the unseen powers and in fluences of an immaterial world. Even where there is no religious faith, supersti tion exists and sometimes is stronger for that lack. Very many hard headed men, if they confessed the truth, would be obliged to acknowledge that they are seriously af fected by a fear of omens which they know te be silly. Now York Sun. Little Things In the Sickroom. When the little one is ill, the first thing la to make the sufferer comfortable. See that his pillow is not too high and is often shaken smooth; that the sheets are not crura pled and are well tucked in at the foot of the bed. Even in health no one can be comfortable with the bedclothes untucked and working up about the ankles. How much greater is the discomfort when one is ill and the grasshopper is a burden aud the rose leaf a weight! The same thing applies to the nightgown. See that it is pulled down undor the child it will not stay down, but the operation can be repeated often without injury to mother or patient. LEAVES ITS MARK every one of the painful irregularities nd weaknesses that prey upon wome;!. They fade the face, waste the figure, ruin the temper, wither you up, make you old before your time. Get well : That's the way to look well. Cure the disorders and ailments that beset you, with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. It regulates and promotes all the proper functions, improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep, and restores health and strength. It's a powerful general, as well as uterine, tonic and nervine, imparting vigor and strength to tue entire system. Mrs. Anna Ulricii, of Elm Ctfk, Buffalo Co., JVep., writes: "1 enjoy good health thanks to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- scrintiou and ' Golden Medical Discovery.' I whb under doctors' care for two years with womb disease, and gradually wasting in strength oil tne time. I was so weak Itbat I could sit un in bed only a few moments, for twovears. 1 commenced taking Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescrlntlon and his 'Golden Medical Dis covery,' and by the lime , 1 nao taken one-halt doi fen bottles I was up and ' going wherever I pleased, and nave had good health and beeu verv stromr Mas. Cuticit. ver since that was two years and a half ago." A book of 168 pages on " Woman and Her Diseases " mailed sealed, 011 receipt of 10 cents in stamps for postage. Address, World's Dispensary MicntcAi. Associa tion, 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Vy on wan afflicted with catarrh. I induced I fcim In fei V.ltt't Orpnm I Balm, and the dimaree,t&)h able catarrhal tmell all at well at anyone. J. t C. Olmttead, Areola, I IL CATARRH ELY'S ORKAM HALM Open and cleanses the Nasal Hassan's, Allays Pain ami Inflammation, Heals the Hores, Protects the Membrane from Isolds. Restores tbe ttenses of Taste and KiiihII. TUe llalra Isqulckly absorb! and gives relief ai once. A particle Is applied Into each nostril end 1 aarwablp. Price SO cents, at Druggists, or by mall. KLT BROTH RRH, 6S Warren street, Mew York. HI! P-NOT A PATENT ItlKDI. Lclua, but a tonic which Is Indorsed by medical men of all schools. maUtV. htUttW.hlt. hlHn..mnMMa Si 1 t llV hsfuin1 Pkanuey, lit Powell St., . t. All arngilits. till Mb M01 OUSEKEEPERS who are wise will not be persuaded in to the purchase of the unre- ' liable baking powders which some dealers wish to sell for 106 WALL 8T., NEW-YORK. If Defects In Statistics. The census of 1850 tells us that there was cne criminal in that year to every 3,500 of the population of the United States. The census of 1890 declares tho ratio to have risen to one iu every 786. The tabulators of 1890 are silent upon three important points having a vital bearing on their figures. They do not say whether the vigilance of tho police and the efficiency of the courts had din ing 40 years changed for the better or the worse, or how far the drift of popula tion to the cities had made lt easier to de tect crime in KW than in 1850, or to what extent crimes in 1890 were so considered in 1850. To come to the case of honest labor wo are told by the census returns, and tru ly, that wages are higher now than a gen eration ago, while in the main a dollar buys as much as it did then. But as to how much more the workman wants today than he did 30 or 40 years ago we are unin formed. New York Sun. Tito Klmls of Afttrologiata. There are two kinds of astrologlsts those who are Intuitive aud those who rely solely on mathematical calculations. The latter meet with the greater favor among educated and thoughtful people, while the superstitious and unreasoning have as much, if not more, respect for the seer who knows it simply because he knows it. liutliiel of Baltimore, who has been con sulted by so many in this community, be longs to the mathematical class. He will not give names, but says he is being con stantly consulted by men who rank high in business, political and social life. While he does not say that astrology is a science, he allows it hits entirely too often to be a mure guess or a coincidence. Edgar Lee iu Arena. A WOMAN'S HEART. One Disease That Baffles Physician. the The Story of a Woman Who Suffered for Nine Yean How Sire Wai Cured, (From the Newark, N. J., Evening Newt.) Valvular disease of the heart has al ways been considered incurable. The ) following interview therefore, will in terest the medical prolession, since it describes the successful use of a new treatment for this disease. The patient is Mrs, Geo. Archer, of Clifton, N. J., and this publication by the News is the first mention made of the case by any newspaper. All physicians consulted pronounced the pationt suffering with valvular disease of the heart, and treated her without the slightest relief. Mrs. Archer said: "I could not walk across the floor; neither could I go upstairs without stopping to let the pain in my chest and left arm cease, I felt an awful constriction about my arm and chest as though I were tied with ropes. Then there was a terrible noise at my right ear, like the labored breathing of some great animal. I have often turned ex pecting to see some creature at mv side. "Last July," continued MrB. Archer, "I was at Springfield, Mass., visiting, and my mother showed me an account in the Springfield Examiner, telling of the wonderful cures effected by the use of Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills for I'ale People. My mother urged me to try the pills and on November 25th last I bought a box and began taking them, and I have taken them ever since, except for a short interval. The first box did not seem to benefit me, but I persevered, encouraged by the requests of my rela tives. After beginning on the second box, to my wonder, the noise at my right ear ceased entirely. I kept right on and the distress that I used to feel in my cheBt and arm gradually disap peared. The blood has returned to my face, lips and ears, which were entirely devoid of color, and I feel web and strong again. "My son, too, had been troubled with gastritis and I induced him to try the Pink Pills, with great benefit. I feel that everybody ought to know of mv wonderful cuie and I bless God that I have found something that has given me this great relief." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are now- given to the public as an unfailing blood builder and nerve restorer, curing all forms of weakness arising from a watery condition of the blood or shattered nerves, two fruitful causes of moBt every ill that fleBh Is heir to. These pills are also a specific for the troubles peculiar !to females, such as suppres sions, all forms of weakness, chronic constipation, bearing down pains, etc., and in the case of men will give speedy relief and effect a permanent oure in all cases arising from mental worry, over work, or excesses of whatever nature. The pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, (60 cents a box, or 6 boxes for f 2.60 they are never sold in hulk, or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams' Medi in rapany, Schenectady, V. T, THE NEW MORMONISM. Changes From tho Beginning to the Com- I pletlon of the Temple. Mormonisra has been revised and improv ed since the foundation atone of tbe bvj temple in Salt Luke City dedicated recently was laid 40 years ago. Its fends have been thinned out. Its apostles, prophets and ? Heats ara of less account than, formerly. Is "Golden Book" is far less revered than it used to be. It is less fanatical and better tempered than it was. Its hostility to the civil power has disappeared. Its adherents have ceased to be bellicose ever sinoa they were subjugated by the Federal army. Its presumption has been reduced since the federal courts luid hands upon tbe church property. Its superstitiousness W on the wane. Its young peopla have been lib eralized by intercourse with the "Gen tiles" who now live iu the territory, it has felt the Influence of certain acts of the territorial legislature; It has been af fected by the "Gentile" press, the public school system and the Christian clergy; it has been influenced by the growth of popu lar enlightenment; it has not for years pos sessed the advantages of that isolation which it once commanded in Utah, and, more important than other things, it has discarded the system of polygamy, which is the abomination of desolation and was brought into especial prominence by Brig ham Young, who was the president of the church from the time of the lynching of Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, until his own death in 1877. It is the important fact In the transfor mation of Mormonism that polygamy is not now sanctioned by its leaders or prac ticed under its license. In this respect mormonism has adapted itself to circum stances under the mandate of a power wnich it could not resist, which was em. bodied in the federal government, acting I tnrougu congress, tbe courts and the army. by the authority of the American people, who were determined upon the suppression of polygamy. When the antipolygamy laws were enacted the Mormon leaders de clared that they would not obey them, as polygamy had been sanctioned by a revela tion from heaven, but they soon found that congress had provided penalties for disobe dience, with the enforcement of which heaven did not interfere. They next tried to evade the laws, but the difficulty of evading them proved to be as great as that of resisting them. At last relief came to them through a new and very convenient revelation from heaven to the effect that it was not thenceforth necessary to practice polygamy, which had been pro-J ni ui tea oy tne government of the United States. It was but a few years ago that official announcement was made through the church presidency, in conformity both with inspiration and the laws of congress, that polygamy would not thereafter exist among Mormons. Mormonism is a religion that has varied resources, some of which are always available about the time they arc needed, at the call of the leaders, to the satisf aotion of their adherents, and this fact could not bo better illustrated than when Woodruff enjoyed an antipolygamio reve lation in perfect conformity with our anti polygamio legislation. It is but just to say, however, that the Mormons are at this time observing the marital laws as well as other laws, and that the polygamic practices of past years are now almost completely ended in Utah. There is abundant evidence of the truth of this statement, and it is satisfactory to the legal authorities of the territory. The rem nant of aged Mormons may not have dis carded their superfluous wives, yet pay all necessary outward respect to the new order of things. In truth Mormonism has been much and in many ways fixed up since Brigham Young's death. Now, in these times, with some of its old blotches doctored away, with a part of its smudge cleared off or painted over, with the partial reparation of its sys tem through the administration of federal remedies, with the growth of reason in its mind, and with such new fangled clothes as it has got, it looks less ugly than it looked 40 years or 20 or even 10 years ago. New York Sun. Why "Family Marks" Die Out. Fortunately for many families, "family marks" die out in a few generations. For example, an mint and a female cousin on tho paternal side of my family havo each a flattened right thumb, but as both are child less this slight deformity will pass out of existence in the present feneration. There would indeed be a sadly rapid degenera- nuu ui mu civiuzeu racesoi inanKinu u tue typical forms of hereditary diseases were ns permanent as tho normal types of man and woman. Were it otherwise, families, vil lage communities, nations and eventually races would become extinct in all parts of the world. But the tendency of this age is toward improved sanitation, better Instruction and physical training of infants and children, and it is to be hoped a purer morality. A study of the registrar general's reports and of tho annual returns of the larger hospitals will demonstrate that great success in re moving or rectifying deformities and mal formations has attended tho efforts of our surgeons, and that the average human life has been considerably extended. Homoe opathic Iteviow. An Exhibition by a Sandwich Island Priest, Recently an unbelieving white rnnn was taken by a nativo to witness a Kahuna seance. What followed proved that the Kahuna was something in the nature of a Juggler. He placed portions of green taro leaves in four outside wrappers of tl and tad each rolled up tightly. Then the Ka huna disrobed and laid himself flat on his stomach. He directed thoso around him to place the packages on his bare back. After awhile he told them in the Kanaka tongue to turn them over. This was done, and after a few minutes he said, "Pau," which is equivalent to "The jig is up." Opening the packages, tho white man was aston ished to Hud the leaves cooked. Asked what he thought of tho operation, he said: "Pretty good. But I have seen jugglers do tneksof that kind." The Kanakas left him in disgust. Honolulu Cor. Chicago Trib une. Legitimate Sunday Flays. On Inst Sunday a little 4-ycar-old had dif ficulty in spending the day properly. Not being allowed playthings she was restless and fretful, until finally she found her lit tle toy iron and proceeded to amuse herself ironing her handkerchief. '.'Don't you know t hat it is wrong to iron on Sundayf" reprovingly asked the mother when she discovered tho child. "Well," promptly rejoined the little girl, "don't you s'pose God knows this iron's coldr" Columbus Dispatch. What Experience Taught Him. "Say, mamma, is heaven WauHfaller than Aunt May's parlorf" "Oh! ever so much, Johnnie." "Well, then, 1 don't want to g tkeiV "Whatl Whynotf" "'Causa tverything'U b. t. g.od t. aft ou. "-Datr.it Tribute, Tommy When I'm a man I'm going to bo a soldier. Mother What, and be killed by the enemy? Tommy Ob, well, then, I guess I'll be the euumy. Yale Record. KLKlTltlO WIKKS. Smiie writer very aptly likens the nerves to electric wires, and the general working of their system to that of electric cars. A man who "slips his trolley" like Mr. Jere miah Kney, 1M12 W. Lombard street, Haiti more. Md.,will need something better than even a galvanic battery to set him all right. Mr. Kney found that something in the lol lowing way: " I tunered," he savs, "a long time with neuralgia in the head. I gave St. Jacobs Oil a fair trial, and am en tirely cured." In this way the great rem edy acts as a motorman to restore broken wires and set the system to perfect action. The three bacV number of the day Cleve land, Zola aud Lt Hung Chang. BXKKC1SK. ' One reason for the fact that the general health of the community is growing better every year is that more people take regular exercise. Exercise, however, has its dif ficulties. If indulged in a little too long, or so violently as to make one liable to take cold, it results in stillness and soreness of the muscles and joints. Allcock's 1'obous I'lastkrs are invalu able in such cases. Placed on the back, the chest, on the limbs, they atlord instant re lief, alm leave me muscles iree lrom all soreness. Some athletes cut them into strips aud apply them to paits of the limbs wuere iney couia not put a whole I'ubtsb, and li nd that they are a great relief aud as sistance. Bbandkkth's Pills cure constipation. There Is one good tiling at-mit hard timua ,ut mttke """ nU8Ue' A LUCKY WATCHMAN. FREDERICK KUNK11T, OFTBB BOAT MEN'S BANK, PLATS IN GREAT LUCK. He Draws One of the Hlg Prizes In the Honduras National Lottery. The Boatmen's Hank Is the swell bank of St. Louts, lt Is hIso the oldest biink. Formerly the boatmen's unl business ou the river, aud river men, biR aud little, made lt their repository. Now the Boatmen's Is in iiossussiun o( palatial quarters of Its own at the Northwest oorner of Fourth Btreot and Washington Avenue. There were humlreils of clerk at work when The Sporting Nan man called thore yesterday, but the happiest mortal about tho place whs Fred erick Kmiert, who occupies the humble position of watchman. Draft Clerk Abrans was also lnooklng happy. He hHd lust returned to tho ounk building with Kuuert. He had been at the oilice of the Adams Express Company ideulifving Kuuert as the man who had drawn one-flltli of the fliOOO prize Riveu by the Honduras National Lottery Com pany In their November drawing. He held tiekot No. 73MM. When Kunert and Abrans returned to the Boatmen's Bank with more money than Kunert had ever owned Individually Iu all his life be fore, there was quite a commotiou In the big unit uiiiiuuiK nnu aii nanus wanieu to know what he was going to 6V with his money. Kunert replied; "1 am going to tuvest it right in this bank, iu bank securities. With this money Iu bank I will always feel Independent and as though I had something to fall baek ou." Around the bank lt was said that Kvmert's ticket was oue of thirteen the clerks in the Boatmen's Bank had been iu the habit of buy ing eaoh month. Kuuert said: "This Is only the second ticket I have purchased in the Houdnras National Lottery, aud I have had such good luck 1 guess 1 will have to give that company's tickets an other twirl. W hat I (ike about their way of i ing business is that the prize which I won was paid me to promptly, In fact immediately the moment my identification was made known." St. Louis, (Mo.) Sporting News, Jau. 6. Disordered Nerves ' For three long years I was a dreadful BUtien rwith stom ach double. My nerve', loo, were in an awful condi tion, and the least bit of noise wonld startle me. The doctor told me that I had a can cerous Tumor in my stomach, and would have to have -it cut out. 1 could not bear JSC to think f this. hois was very per- siMeiiL iu urging me to try Hood's barsaparilla, and at lust I conclud- Mrs. H. liurke ed to do so. Before I had taken one bottle, I began to get better. Hood g Sarsa- I have taken three fAty now. Mynervesareall M lircS right. Mv stomach sur trouble I as gone." s Mrs. H. Burke, 012 Willis avenue, Asu land, Wis. Cet only Hood's. Hood's Pills cure constipation by restor lug tbeper staltlcaction of thealimeutnry canal LHI1JM'IA-U'JJ U'JI "50. FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CORE, Anas-remhln Tjixatlvn nnrl NF.RVE TONtn. Bold by Druggists or sent by mail. 5o.,60a and $1.00 per package. Samples free. ITA Y3f The Favorite TOOTH POWSB lJ JOLU for the Teeth and Ure.th.2uc W.L. Douglas C9 CUafP IS THE BEST.' iJej wflvLnTrosAKiNa, 3. CORDOVAN, nUNCHftCNANCUXO CALF. 43"FiN:CAaiKAHtiAm V3.VP0LICE.9SOLC3. 2.17B0YS'SCH0ffl.SHm LADIES S END TOR CATALOGUE L'LJ-Ulj.l AA BROCKTOrLrtASS. Over On. Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They five the best value for th. money. 1 ney eqni custom enoes in siyi. Thslr wearing qualities ara unsui They eqaal custom shoes In styls and lit. ilr wearing Qualities, ars unsurpassed. The prices ara uniform, tamped on sol from 91 to 93 ssvea over otner maices. If your dealer cannot supply jouwt cub' 8. F. N. TJ. No. 650. New Series No. 3 r.ilHtS WHI-Hf ALL tsesi uouiin oyrup. in tiniA. Hoia T.I J Unfetl t iK I W ssv I 1: i I T3T 'rames uooo. un wr ny qmggiHta. gf From High Government Authority. No authority of greater experience on food products ex Ists than Dr. Henry A. Mott, of New York. Dr. Mott's wido experience as Government Chemist for the Indian Depart ment, gave him exceptional opportunities to acquaint himself with the qualities and constituent parts of baking powders. He understands thoroughly the comparative value of every brand in the market, and has from time to time expressed his opinion thereof. Oa a recent careful re-examination and analysis he finds Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder superior to all others in strength, purity, and efficiency. Dr. Mott writes : " New York, March aoth, 1894. I find Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder to be superior to all others, for the following reasons : 1st. It liberates the greatest amount of leavening gas and is consequently more efficient. nd. The ingredients used in its preparation are of th purest character. 3rd. Its keeping qualities are excellent 4th. On account of the purity of tho materials and their relative proportions, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder must be considered the acme of perfection as regards wholesomeness and efficiency, and I say this having in mind certificates I have given several years ago respecting two other baking powders. The reasons for the change in my opinion are based on the above facts and the new method adopted to prevent your baking powder from caking and deteriorating in strength. Henry A. Mott, Ph. D., L. L. D." HOITT'S SCHOOL. One of the best Schools for Boys on this Coast is in charge of Ex-State Superintend ent Ira O. Hoitt, Ph. D., at Burlingame, San Mateo County, Cal. A Cincinnati bootblack has fnllen heir to $60,. O00. lie will shine lu another fluid hereafter. THK WORLD THEIR PARISH. The Dr. Lieblg World Dispensary aud Interna tional Medical aud Surgical Institute, both by the vastuess of Its business and the universal good done by lt, reminds one ol the late John Wesley, who was wqnt to observe, ' The World is My Parish." It is an acknowledged fact that ever since its inceptiou the Dr. Lieblg World Dispensary has continued to turn out cure af ter cure iu cases which had been coaidciered hopeless and Incurable. The doctors compris ing Us staft of physicians are all medical men ol large enerieuce and reoognlsed ability, and those sult'eriug with chronic complaints may feel safely anchored wben they have put. them selves uuder the Institute's care. Diseases peculiar to men receive special attention at the hands of these learned practitioners, and here, Indeed, it may be said, ''a stitch in timo savus nine." Cases of this nature, uulers sneerillv and Intelligently attended to, usually result in complications whose name 1b Legion and whose effect is premature and untimely death. A re sponsible institution, such as the leading authorities all over the United States have con curred in asserting the Dr. Lieblg Dlsnen- sary to be, Is invaluable to sufferers ln- iUBtauccs of the above nature, for lt tuir swmiy, speeouy aim secretly restores them 10 ineir pristine condition by eradicating from the system the disease germs and places their feet once more on the broad macauemizea roaa leading to health and hap piness and worldly enjoyment. The Dr. Lieblg World Dispensary Is oue of the best pomniinl and most skillfully arranged instltutets of the kiud to be found on the coast; the best guarantee of what It can do for vou Is what lt, has done fnr (tthopa and the best diplomas which its celebrated stai. of physicians and surgeons can show are not tnose wuicn bang upon their walls but those which are written lu tbe mddv rhrAitr-a ,,f health upon the contented faces of all who have uet'u uieir paiieuis. The Dr. Llebtir World DinnenRAtv emnlnva nn solicitors or cappers to bring patients to lis doors. Like Wisdom, she sits baek upon hir throne conscious of the good she can do for you II haply you but Keek her out and nud her, but be diguil men start disdains to adopt the meth- ods of transient quacks to bring patients within mo perview or ner neaun-giving power. Pa tients, both mule and femulu, will flud this old established Institute lint what thev want to re stoie the tlush of health to their cheek and the elasticity of youth to their walk. The Dr. Lie big Company has been trenting all tbe chronic, private sad complicated diseases of meu and women for tweuty Ave years iu Ban Francisco. I heir cilices are one n for fteecontuiltRtiim (mm 9 a. M. to 8 r. h. ou week dys aud 10 A. M. to 1 M. HiludavB. Home treatment Dnvn tn thiw who cannot visit the olllces at 400 deary street. Call or address for further particulars. F. M, Peter, readme: coslumer. theatrical. mM. querade costumes, wigs and play-books. Country uiMMiurnuie utuis a specially, tm Market Ht H. V. Mill 1 0 M-Po wdered ONCtustlc II ft Ml Boua, Pure fotash aud every IIHUII sort of insecticide. aEWBkS T. W. JACKHON & CO., Manufacturers' Agents, 226 Market Street, Corner Front St. Ban Francisco, Cal. MRS. WINSLOW S "tittm ' ron CHILDREN TICTHINQ - Known Everywhere. Sold Everywhere. 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" Now, as to the comlnii woman" 8be yawued behind her fan; " Ben pardon, Mr. Layte, but how About the goliiu man? " BEFORE. A FULL, HtCAU WK STEAM Is gathered by'that trem 'iidously destructive engine, malaria, put on the brakes with Hos ti ttcr's Ntomiu'h Hitters, which will obeck Its prosrress and HVurt ilisaktcr. chills and fever, bilious remittent, dumb asrue aud ague cake are promptly relieved and ultlmsti ly cured by this genial specific, which Is also a compre hensive family medicine, speedily useful la cases of dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, sick headache, nervousness, rheumatism and neuraiKia. Afrsiust Hie hurtful effects of sud den changes id temperature, exposure in wet weather, close application to laborious mental ptmults, aud other Influences prejudicial to health, it is a most trustworthy safeguard. It fortifi' s the system against disease, promotes appetite aud sleep, and hastens couva escenc after debilitating and Hesh-wastlrg diseases. 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