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srrSSHSs mVSSSSaa?" The sinner reformed, end the preacher told Of the prodigal son who cere* back to tbe fold. And IheChrlsdea ample threw open the door With a wanaar welcome than ever before. Wealth aad honor were hi* to commend, Aad a * police* women gar* him her hand. Aad the world strewed their pathway with flow c«ytar a ‘3kSdbSm lady end Ood Mem groom." Thera wee a maiden who went astray In the anlden deva of her life's young dav. The woman repented end tamed from sin, Hat an door opened to let her in. The preacher preyed that she might be forgiven, And toM her to leek for mercy to heaven, ypr this Is tbe law of the earth, we know. That the wemaa I* stoned while the man may go. A brave man wedded her after ell; Hut the world said, frowning, “W« shell not call." RW roi* THE DESERT. Oh. he for the wild, woolly West! Ya tender, cam* forth and laveet: Come fly np the flume la the reel estate boom Among the financially blest! Oh. ho for this woolly, wild lend Of the lava beds, desert, and send. Where the ox Ilea stark. And the coyote* berk. Aad the hone Is too smell for bis brand! The brekoman raise over the train, Tbe sexe brash Is lord of the plain. The prairie dog kneels On the back of his heels. Still patiently preying for min Ho balmy end mild Is tbe air That the redskin needs only to wear A cool tomahawk. Aad a handy scalp-lock. With a feather or two In his heir. Then ho for the desert so blest, in the heart of tbe woolly, wild West. Where ell tbion consume With perennial boom— Ye tender, come forth aad larest! —George E. de Steigrer. TIHHtV VS. (MMmi. The drat Mtfffflff« Laps* tf Tvtfo lain Crate. THE TUKOBY. At S p. m.—“ Mr*. Cleveland, I have noticed a woful popular ignorance on the effects oI narcotic* upon children. Now, my dear. I have determined to carry oat my theory regarding the rearing of chil dren. You will, therefore, abstain from giving Ruth any syrups, paregorics or like stuffs.” “All right, Urovar, dear. I shall throw away all tbe sedative medicines, shall 1 V ‘•Certainly, Mrs. Cleveland, certainly. Throw away the physic fo the doge. I will be one man who will show enough practical interest in human welfare to op poaa, by precept and example, all stupe fying of infantile brains with poisonous drugs." AH a oi.—"Mra. Cleveland, I do wish yon would gat up and look for the pare goric or something else to make this cal- Hopa go to sleep. lam tired of this noc turne.” "Why, Grover, you know you told me to throw away tbe paregoric and soothing syrup. Yoor theory ” “Excuse me, Mis. Cleveland, but it is n condition, not a theory, that confronts ns now. No paregoric in tbe boose? That’s nice. I suppose I’ll bare to Jig this ont until daylight. Ob, that mine enemy would have a baby. I’d give the vote of the New York delegation to aea bald-headed Dave Hill prancing around like I am. and no paregoric in the booee. ‘Hosh-a-hy, baby, on the tree top.’ Mrmpkit Appeal-Avalanche. !•« to fan Maty. I* a French Journal is snnoum-ed tbe dlaoosery of a means, as simple sa it is linage, lor curing obesity, srbich is at tributed to a medical officer in tbe army. Thanks to this means, s colonel sho was 1 threatened to be obliged to retire from tha , army, aa he waa so heavy that it required i two men to lift him into the saddle, be- ' came thin in a few weeks, and to such 1 aa extent that he had to take means to ' recover, in a measure, what he had lost, i It was to bis doctor that be was indebted lor becoming a general. The means con sisted simply in never eating more than one dish at each meal, no matter what that dish may be, and a person may con sume as much as tbe stoma*h can bear and satisfy the appetite without the least reserve. Nevertheless, nothing but the one dish should be taken; no condiments, or ■oops, or supplementary desserts should be allowed. This system wss recom mended to a lady was slightly obese, and who put It into practice with the best re tabs. Tbe Indy observed that she suf fered no Inconvenience whatever from this diet, and the result obtained by the med ical officer may ba well understood, as she found by her own experience, that the partaking of only one dish, whether fc be mewl, fish or vegetables, brought on g sense of satiety much sooner than if she bad partaken of a variety of dishes.— /•nmol qf the American Mfdifnl A voca tion. ■•■■rluikk Nrwar. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, HI., makes the statement that site caught cold, which sett led on her lungs; she was treated flora monthly her family physician, hut grow worse. He told her she was a help lees victim of consumption and that no medicine eon Id cure her. Her druggist Suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumptions alia bought s bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from firm dose. She continued iu use and alter taking tan bottles, found herself sound nod well, now does her own house work and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this great discovery at Janeefc’s Pharmacy. Urge bottles 50 cents and sl. fttofttaWpv. If the akin is dry first souk it in soft water until pliable. Take a straight piece of an old scythe one and a half or two feet long. Dull about four or six In rhon of each end, insert them in wooden bandies or widen thorn with doth, so as ■HMoinJmlWhmb. Ujlh..klnnp on * bench or inclined board, with the fleah side op, and remove the flesh and fat with the above ioatrameot; alao trim off tbe aklrta or rough edges of the akin. Mix pulverised alum, one pound; salt, one-half pound; wheat bran, one pint. Add sufficient water to make a thick paste, which spread over the fleah aide of tbe akin as evenly as possible; fold it, bring ing tbe fleah side in; roll np closely, lay away where it can not freese for about four days; then unroll,brush off the paste work the akin with the bands until pli able. FAST IN ARCTIC ICE. Dft KANE’S ADVENTURES IN SEARCH OR FRANKLIN A flirrtawt ttreaded Bis Teasel la aa lectoNwd (lay—Daring Sledge Trips to •he Farthest North-The Baklmoa sad Polar Bear (Oepvrlgbi. M, t»y Americas Pram Agenda Ilea. Book rights reserved.l IR Jobs Frank i Un’e romantic and tragic lata is . without parallel \ In the history of j daring explore ' tione, and Or. Kane's expedition for Franklin's re Hef has never been equaled In lb* asm* field in bold ness of venture, thoroughness of search, and lo tb* iln ration and aa duration aad re verity of exposure and hardship. Kan* pushed his vassal farther aorth than any teller before or since, and la fact want so feir and staid so long that aa expedition Res sent Into arctic waters tor his relief. When Kane aet oat In May, 1858. the only oudtive knowledge of tbe lost expedition In arctic waters wee that In July, 1848, a whaler bad spoken the vessels In tb* center ef Baffin** bay moored to aa Iceberg and swelling an opening Into Lancaster sound. It being tb* dream of Franklin's life to discover a northwest passage. Kao* bad followed Franklin's supposed route west ward from Lancaster sound with th* De Karen expedition In 1850-1, and believed tLal the lost party bad penetrated to an open polar aa* and perished, or, having found abundant nourishment In tbo anl mala of sea and land, waa atflil Intact He decided to make for that polar sea. Tbs Kim upaditioo was flu«d oat—as others of the Franklin March aeries bad oeen— by private funds. Their vassal was the Advance, a brig of 144 tons that bad been on the De Haven trip, and was a go-xl sailer as well as stanch and easily mao aged. The commander Kane, and tea of als comrades were deist led from tbs United Suites navy Dr L 1 Hayes went as ear geon of the expedition The party mini bared eighteen and all were volunteers By bold navigation, rejecting timpano us of former voyagers and finding methods and channels for himself, Kane reached Smith sound in August. He was in Istltnds 78. off the northeastern shore of Greenland After a aeries if most wonderful adveo lures and escapes In trying to bore through the fields sod mountains of lea. tbs dar tng men at last found their vessel dry docked by the action of tbe too in latitude 78 deg*. >7 mins., longitude TO dega 40 mins Prom this position tbs brig never moved, and tbe explorers made it their home for two year* while proeecuting their eearohM on foot and in slsdgea, going ao far north M latitude 88 dega 87 mins Before being driven into their Icebound dock the daring voyagers had a marvelous recaps from wreck In n terrible hurricane that swept before it vast Bom of lea. with bergs mountains high, and tbs vassal in tbe midst In danger of being crashed be tween colliding monsters or by them dashed a poo tbe precipitous couU Tbs storm struck them on Aug 90. whits tbs Advance was picking bar way tbroSgb tbs sound, close to tbs Greenland shore, where tbs les bad separated from tbs land by tidal action. Tbs best hawsers snapped like twins when an attempt was mads to make fast to a small Island for shelter from tbs gale. It was blowing In shore and tbs narrow chan nel was fast cloning ahead, while tbs rassil bumped and scraped along a ledge of lea Tbs anchors would act bold, tbs one bate resource was tbs helm, which enabled tbs skillful mariners to shift course and dodge tbe ponderous les rams bsarlng down upon their gallant brig At last a group of bsrgs that had ao> qnlred powerful momentum of their own ware sighted bearing down on tbe ledge where tbs Advance wss gliding helplessly sod threatening to crush bar at a blow fortunately s low berg, making Its way nriftly through (be drift, came alongside tbe vessel, and by a skillful movement so anchor waa made fast to It. With this rapidly driving monster earring at once for a low boras and an leeplow tbe Advance dasbed through tbe fast closing channel, actually scraping tbe tee walls of tbe bergs when they were within forty feat of tbe legged lodge upon which they were rush ing with a velocity (bat would have ground tbs ship to atoms as though It wars a shell After this miraculous deliverance from aa awful death tha voyagers carried their vas •el Into s pool of open water and anchored between a huge berg sad the driving gala So great was tbe fores of lbs storm that tbs berg swayed until Its pinnacle ever bung tbs veneers deck. Finally (ha above tee was reached and then nipping began Tbe shoreward face of the berg was low. tvea eloping to the water's edge, and np this Inclined plane tbe Ad vanes was slowly sod steadily hoisted to a dry dock, bring shoved np by loose mamas of tee which tbe same motion carried np after It Tha gals passed, leaving ths vassal help lam In (he lea Kaos lost no time, how aver, la ths prosecution of his purpose. On the 10th of August, with seven veins mars, hs left ths brig in a wbalsboat and poshed northward through fields of float A CLOM SKATS, tog 100. At tbs and of s dsy*o Jourosy Us ctaonel asms to ss rad. closed by Us las posh driving sgsloM tbswail sf Ustss bslt os sbors Tbs brat woo Ura IsM sp sod Uspony pushed oats s eledgs, traveling so so las to bis sioug Us cliffs of Us was* era soon of Greenland satll Usy isocbsd Us oagls wh*r» tbs ooast ttos bssofcs Is Us sms with s northern feeing Hero fimo so slUtads of 1.100 foot Kaos looksd s«t upon Us solid srss sf Iss at retching sway to word Us pole Hs studied Us tost expense toy Us oM sf s powerful tel ■imps, sod ssetog for boyood Us siOMSI fpSKHrsbls borvtar of lesbsnp Ust bog god Us sbors s region of oomporstlTsly frss Aod lerel tss. bs rssolesd upon s win tor's sssrsb Is Us region bs kosw most feordsr ou Us spso pots* sss With this dwdg* »■ stew bs Quids bis wsy booh to the Mg and eatahHabad winter gnnmn. la anticipation of the long arotls night whan no work aonld be dona, and to save time for better oaea when epriagaad day light should return, the rest of tbe fall was apsnt In creating provision depots on tbo Greenland ooaat so that travel eoold be extended by the ose of dogs Doge were the beats of Kane’s future plane and most be lad on provender transported la advance. Three depots ware made bye party that scoured the ooaat natil Its facings ware northward. Thaaoppllaa were burled la ealrna. or caverns, and covered with hogs rooks to keep off the witty sad muscular polar bear. Wore the return of thle party, lata la October, until spring, 18M. nothing was done except to baas aad fight tho ta tcoae cold. By the middle of December the last veatlge of arctic twilight bad dleap peered and addnlght and noonday ware silks analaaa. Nothing but a faint glim mer. defining tbe ley bills far to the south. Indicated that the world had aa orb of day All around tho ooofload harbor lay barge of lea anchored by fetter* of front In ares of lon The bom* of the explorer*, their vaaaal roofed with canvas. was incased la lea. tbs ooodsuMitioos of breath sod steam forming an toy armor Inatds fire Inches think. During January aad February tb* thermometer ranged between « aad 75 dag* below aero Nearly all of the dogs perished. la March came the return of perpetual day. and on «h* goth a party was sent out with n sledge to examine the depoca and make new deposits of stores. There war* but fire dogs alive, aad the mao had to at taeh themselves to lbs (lore Eleven daya later three out of the sight travelers re turned sinking with fatigue aad hunger barely able to tall of their dMreter Four ware lying out disabled aad froaaa la the lea with on* attendant. On* of the return tog man was packed la a (or bag. with dogskin nod atdar down casings tor hi* frosea Umbo, and then strapped to a aledge lo guide a reacts* party to the unfortunate vfetfma. Dr. Kane lad the rescuers, and after adlOcult march, daring which the guide went delirious, the eampof thesuf ferer* wae found half buried In a pile of rapidly accumulating drift, with th* American flag sad a Masonic banner fly Ing from a pole set op In the snow Th* stricken mao were taken back to the brig, on* afterward dying and (wo others suffer tug am potation. Tbe next sledge expedition waa headed by Kan* in person. He took savan area and penetrated the ley regions off (be northwest coant of Greenland until excas Mre snows, blindness, scarry aad other obstacle*, combined with th* foot (hat the hears had robbed the supply depots plant ad the previous fall, forced him to return to the brig. One man died on the trip. During all this time Kaos Barer neared to believe (bat Franklin’s ve—ala ware eaf*. looked to eome tidal eddy aad tbe sraws living upon tbe meal of foam and bean, and of tbaeeal. the walrus nod the whale. Be thought of them with hope. In ability to reach them gave him pain. Kan'S I ARROW BSCAPB. Tbs trials and sufferings of tbs party wars not confined to those endured from the dismal climate. Tbe native denizens, tbe enrage Eskimo and tbe polar bear, not only annoyed them, but filled them with terror at times Tbe bears proved to be persistent robbers of tbe supply depots upon which the Uses of tbe explorers da pended, but were also dangerous nsigb bon. Oh one of ths sledge Journeys north the party was aroused at night by a bugs bear that bad so tend tbs (dot and was nosing around among tha slaspsra. A oats Irishman, ona Tom Hloksy. mads a sortie to ths rear by cutting a bole la tha tent, secured a rifle from a chest outside and by tbe glare of a torch tbe raveooua beast was brought down with a bullet. Tbe bklmos were Incorrigible thieves and assumed tbe right to help themselves to anything in the camp. This the explor ers tolerated In order to avoid hostilities. They also overawed tbe savages by eeteo latious displays of prowess and endorsees, assuming, as Cape Cook did In tbs aavago Islands, to bs gods and net man man. Aaotbsr danger was tbe rottsa boles la new ice which in rapid sledging could not be detected until the sledge broke through. In this way Kane nearly lest bis Ufa while out hunting for meat with only aa Eskimo boy for eoeapantos. Tbe nimble fooled dogs and tbs sledge glided out upon a stretch of new Ice, and before be was aware of tbe danger Kane found himself floundering in a circle of broken lea, with dogs, sledge and all. He cot tbe dogs free, all but oh and got tbe boy upon tbe Ice safely, but at every attempt to save him self be broke through It was freezing cold. 9 dags. below aero, and there wss no help at hand. A clever Idea asms to him, and Uka a drowning maa be clutched at it and was saved. One dog. atlU attached to tbe sledge and struggling to gst away with It, bad caught oos runner on tbe edge of tbe Use sod bald It therm. Kane threw Urn self oo hie back la tbe water sad floated, sod then with a gentle push of bis foot against the sledge managed to work Ms body up oo to the Ice laeb by Inch. firm bis bead, then bis shoulders and finally bis body, part of bis weight being on tbe water and pari on the stronger loe la the summer of IBM Kane made a vala attempt to go by boat to Deadly Island, SOU alias distant, to gat aid from aa Bug Usb expedition at that point. This failed, and then half of tbe party derided to abandon the brig and their eompesioas Ad retreat. This attempt Called, and tha whole crew returned and were reinstated by Kane, and all bands together spent aa other dismal winter la tbe lee blocked brig On May 1. MBA tbe camp waa abaa dosed sad ths retreat began. After a Journey of eighty-four days by boat and on land, (bey reached tbe Danish settle meats of soothers Greenland, with tha loan of only one gtaa They were ail In a famishing stats, sod had lived for days os bad been assd aa fast, sad they ooutdo'l even boll water for lan Kane bad not found Fraaklla, bat bis daring trip tamed the search Into weriani waters, where It was eveatnally sooesssfol Gamma I* Kiunot ■mr Hrnltn. I W 1 Wm. Timmons. postmaster of Idaville, I Ind., writes: “Electric Bitten baa done > mon for roe than all other medtoiaescom i bioed, for that bod feeling Arising from I kidney end lirer trooble.’ r John Leslie, i former end Mock men, of some piece,soys: i “Find Electric Bitten to be the beat kid ney ood liver medicine, asode me feel like I o new m«n.” J. W. Gardner, hardware ! merchant, same town, says: “Electric f Bitten is jnst the thing for a man who la i all ran down and don’t care whether he i t lives or dice; he fonnd new strength, good s appetite and felt Jnst like he hwl a new s lease on life.” Only fiO cents a bottle at Janerk's Pharmacy. Bncklen*s Anka Mira, The bMt Min IB tha world lor rots, bruiMO. am, alccn, nit rhnn. lon, nm. tottor, chapped haada, ahnwaioe. aoraa, and all akla eruptiona, and poai llrelj ama ailn. or as pay nquirad. It lanaraataadlo gin perfect Mtfefectioo, or money reloaded. Price tb eta par hoi. Par aale at Jaaeek’a Phannaev. waaawcu aaatai Save |5 oo your next suit by tending for 12 cloth moo piss, fashion piste and measurement blank free. Postage 6 cents. 80. L. Hmfisrk Co., Wholesale Tailors, Igg Madison at., GAiagn. Whne ordering, please bmoUob Tag Hr bald. A Ureal 14m Msdlclae. Dr. (hum’s Improved Liver Pills art an a sure curt for sick headset*. bilious complaints, deyspepsia, indijestkm, cost iveoeas. torpid liver, ate. These pills in sure perfect dijestkm. correct tlie liver sod stomach, regulsts the bowels*. purify and enrich the blood and make the skin clear. They also produce a good Mppitite *nd invigorate and strengthen the entire d.vateni by their tonic. They only rst|niru me pill for a «)oae ami never gripe or sicken. Kohl at 2x ts. a box hy Jsneck’s Pharmacy. A Mira Onto I'er Pile*. Itching Piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well aa Blind. Bleeding or Protrinling, yield at once to Ur. fiosanko’s Pile Remidy, which acta on parts effected, absorbs tumors, al lys itching and effects a permanent care. -Gets. Druggists or mail. Oirctriara free. Dr. Boeanko. 82w Arch Bt.. Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by Jaoecks Pharmacy Saved t ram Dralh hy Oalaas. ■There hu no doubt been more live* of hildren Mved from death in croup or whooping cough by the use of onions than auy other known remedy. Our mothers need to make poulticea of them, •» a syrup, which was at ways eflectnal in breaking np a cough or cold. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup ia made by combining a few remedies with it which n.akce it more of fective an a medicine and deatroys the taate and Oder of the onion. 00c. Sold by Jaoeck’a Pharmacy. —C. M. Henderson end Pingree A Smith’s shoes e specialty at Diner's. 37 —lf yon want to invent in real eatate, A. L. Fix haa the choicest of bargains. —Crippen, Lawrence A Co.’a officer have been re-opened in tlie Syndicate block, and Mr. McKinney, their manager, announces that he is now ready to nego tiate loana, in small or large amounts, for Ipng or abort time, on farm or citv i property. tf —Mm. W. M. Roes haa taken imueen •ion of the lodging house across from the court house on Second street, which haa bean refitted and ue« ly furnished through out to accommodate those who are seek ing comfortable and quiet quarters. —Henry Ditter will take orders for the Revised Encyclopedia Britannica and furnish the same, prepaid, for |tf.6o. There are 20 large octavo volumes, 7,01K) pages, 14,000 ooiinve ami 8,0 0,000 words; maps printed in colors, showing every country in the world, with a separate map for every state in the nnion. Don’t miss this opportunity. —Dr. Savage will be found at his office on Yekime avenue from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence in Wide Hollow, at the old Shew pla*«. l.Vtt —Honest workmanship is the boat ad vertisement C. K. McEwen can have for hie harases, bridles end saddles. They ere cheeper than inferior articles because they bava the lasting qualities and al ways look well. • —The cheapest and dress flannels in plaids and plain at Ditter’a. 37 VfeMMrwAkraimbaOMara. 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