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A Thousand Yrnr Ago.
Thon and I In fplrlt-land, A thousand ycara ago, Watched tlio vravw brat on a strand, Ceaseless ebb and flow; Vowed to lore nnd ever love A thousand jenra ago. Them and I In greenwood (hade, Nino hundred years ago, Heard the wild dovo In the glad Murmuring soft and low i Vowed to lovo for evermore, Nine hundred yeara ago. Tliou and I In yonder alar, K'ght hundred yeara ago, Baw strange forma of light afar In wild beauty glow l All things change, but Iotc endures Now a long agot Thou and I lit Norman halla, ' Bcren hundred years ago, Heard tlio warder on the walls Loud hla trumpet Mow "Ton amor tern toujour," Seven hundred years ago I Thou and I In Germany, 8lx hundred years a?o, Then I bound thored cross on: "True love, I mutt iro, Hut we part to meet again In tlio endless flow t" Thou and I In Syrian plains, Five hundred years ago, Felt the wild fire In our veins To a fever flow I All things die, but Ioto lives on Now as long ago I Thou and I In shadow-land, Four hundred years ngo, Saw strange flowers bloom on the strand, Heard strange breezes blow: "In the Idcid love Is leal, This alone I know. Thou and I In Italy. Three hundred years ago, I.tved In faith and died for .Clod, Feltthe faggots glows ' Ever new and ever true,! Three hundred years ago. Thou and I on Southern seas, Two hundred years ago, Felt the pcrfiimod oven-breeze, Spoke In Spanish by the trees, Had no care or woe; I.lfe went dreamily In song Two hundred ye.ua ago. Tliou and I 'niM Northern snows, One hundred years ago, Led an Iron silent life, And were glad to flow Onward Into changing death, Ouc hundred years ago. Thou and I but yesterday Met In fashion's show; Love, did you remember me, Love of long agot Yes; wo kept tuo fond oath sworn A thousand years ago I Cius. 0. Leiaxii. PRACTICAL SCIENCE. BnrRlciU Applications of Electricity. Troy Time. For'manv vcara currents continuous and Intcrrnltk'nt havo been used with considerable success in the treatment of paratyHls and affections of tho nervous system. Move recently tho galvano cautery lias been employed for tho re moval of abnormal growths. In opo rations of this kind tliero is little dan- fer of excessive hemorrhage. M. 'rouvo of l'uris has invented a poly scope or lighting up tho comparatively inaccessible cavulfH of the body by tncanB o? platinum rendered incandes cent by tho clootrio current. His new clectriu probo is described as follows: "It consists of two metal stems placed sido by side, but separated by an insu lator, and terminated by ttvo lino.slinrp points. Conducting wires fwo connected with tho bull ends of these two blndcs, and include in their circuit a small in verting battery and a tiny, trombling bell. When tho probo comes in contact nvith a mctalio body in tho wound, the circuit is completed across its polnts-and tho bel' is rung, thereby announcing contact to tlio operator. Tho conduc tivity of bono, wood or flesh is too feeblo to mako tho bell ring." A similar do vico has beon applied to forceps designed for tho extraction of bullets. Fragments of iron or steel may -bo removod tf rom tlio eve by means of cleotro-rnagnetlsni. A soft iron probe may bo introduced into tlio eye until it reaches tho moto. Tho probe may l magnetized by nn electro-magnetic coll; tlio foroign body may thus bo nttractodsnd removed. Dr. Illrschbcrg of Berlin 'has mado u trial of this method with the most gratifying results, An AbwrUent.crt't.lslit. Further particulars havo been publish ad by Dr. T. L. Phlpson regarding a curious phenomenon discovereuiby lifin self and Thos. Griffiths sometime ago. A gate post ws painted witli -a ipig rnent, prepared by preoipltatlnijr a so lution' of sulphate of .Ino by ano'ther'of sulphate of barium,, which, on analysis, gave tho following results: iLoas by calcination, l.i2; sulphate of borlya, 41 69; sulphido ol 'barium, 1.02; pro oxldo of Iron, 2,12; oxide- of zinc, 1C SO; sulphido of zinc, 37.'41; lead, arsenic, manganese, etc., truces. 'TLo post' ap peared black during tho day and .white during tho night, turning black -coon after sunrise, ot nnsl do suite ifor.-any number of days. When the white pow der of tho composition described was spread upon - jdooo o, paper and act ed upon by tuo direot rays of tho sun it ,pnssed through tho suecosslvo shades of fawn, brown and dark slato In about'SO .minutes; anil recovered its whiteness in (between two and.o&o-half nnd threo iiours when placed .In tho dark. '.No iphosphorescenoe, llko tho Ualmaiu ipaint, for Instance, oould bo observed whon tho pigment was carried away rfrom tho light during itho process of tho , change of color under tho Influence of sunlight. JVho thinnest glass over tho .pigment 'revented coloration. Al though the- paint waS'Ctiefully .tested iorUvecfriono wAfipd. Dr. rhip son sajithnV-'hu'-fiulanco has been ihitborto met with that -will darken in rtlio sunshino, become white again in itho.dai'k, and will not darken under a flhootaf glass. Tlius far ho ascribes tho rosttks to tho presence of sulphido of barium and protoxldo of Iron; but lut is waking additional invosugation. Gatooniln DIauioaul ailiwi. o It Is reported thatono of the diamond" mines wniuu were inutuueu uuuui ms celebrated tamo v-f Golconda Is in a condition to bo worked again with profit, and Uit tho industry which onoo mado Central India famous is about to ho ro vlved. Near tlio modem town of Hyd erbad aro tho ruins of tho hlll-fort nnd city of Golcondu, whoro lived throe centuries ngo an independent prlnco wno rolod a vast territory. Tiio dlu mondB wero not found in tho immediate neighborhood of hla capital, but wero larijeil thiUior from yilJuges In the Kls- tna Vhllcy to bo cut nnd polished in Its workshops, it is not Known just wneu this famous Industry began to decline, nor why tho,dlamond mines wero finally I nlmnilnnnil. If Ihnv lilwl noon nxiinuat- cd modern lntorprlso will not bo of much avail, but If, ns is posslblo, hostile invasions put n stop to tlio working of tlieni, tho neighborhood of Golconda may bocomo a second tlmo famous". aw-aa ' Neglected Opportunities. Tho hi9lory of half tho failures in life is tho history of wasted time, neg lected opportunities, misapplied talent. How many thousands, .bjntcn. unfiled nnd east upon tlio' shore, pas their de clining years In unavailing regrets for their ca'elessncss In not appreciating tlio chances that providence has ollcred them, or tlio lavish spcndlhrlftncss with which they flung nwny tho golden hours of youth upon frivoiiut pursuits nnd questionable Indulgences In this troubled period, moro tlinn uver before, do wo need to call tho at tention of otir young mon to tho uncer tainties of existence and tho necessity, to tiso n common phrase, of "making hav whllo tho sun shines." Tho ireat social (picstions that press upon modern communities with dally Increasing force; tho growing and sharpening competi tion In every pursuit; tho prevalence of corrupt maxims and evil uxamples, nnd tho apparently resistless tendency to mere show and luxury at tlio expense of every sound consideration of health nnd morality, admonish us tlint It Is time, high time, for a return to steady princi ple, if wo would sparo our nge nnd tho most tcrriblo disasters. "Dny uuto day uttcreth speech, and night unto night showcth knowlcdgo"; here, such ruthless expenditure as to undormino tho honor of Individuals, nnd the creation or growth of families; there, nn over-swelling tide of pauper ism, fo'lowed by that desperation which leads to crime; to-dny tho rovel nnd the show; to-morrow tho Insurrec tion, to bo trodden out by tho heels of nrmcd despotism, tlio last, fearful resort of society against anarchy. But tho vast mass of men, particular ly tho young, see nono of thoso things. Tho present Is all in nil to them. 1 ho intoxicating breath of fashion, tho ap plauso of others as thoughtless as them selves, and that sangulno spirit which sees no morrow, or counts It all the samo, drown reflection or hurry them onward to awaken only on the inhospita bio shore of that desert Island in tlio voy ago of life 'Too late.' The Old Man's Ghost. Several days ago, says tho Gazette, n celebrated spiritualist eamo to Little Kock and stnted that beforo giving a public entertainment ho would give a seance, wiiero anv mcmucr oi a smalt invited circle could call up all tho spir its of their friends and converso with them. Hv mistake, a man from down tho river was admitted a man whoso reputation for deeds of violence would not tilnco his spirit nbovo par in the soul market. After listening awhile to rapping, horn blowing and gauze-veil materialization, tho had man arose nnd said: " Say, enp'n, whar s tho old man's ghost?'' "What old man?" asked tho medium. "My old man, the governor, t'all him up." "What is his namo?" "Tom Ueallcks call him up." "I don't think that wo aro in commu nication with him to-night." "What's the matter wlro down?" "No, tho old gentleman is off on n visit." "Now hero, Just shut up your ward robe nnd tnrn nut your light. If you don't give tho old man's ghost a show, tho thing shan't run." "Wnlt; I'll see if he'll come," said tho spiritualist. "If ho raps threo times, ho is willing; If only once, ho has other engngoiniiis." A sharp rap sounded. "Ho Is unwilling," continued the spiritualist. "Now, here," said tho bad man, "that wa'u't myoldmun's knock. Why, cf he'd hit that tablo he'd splintered ft. Call him up," and drawing a revolver tho nil'cctionnto son cast a severe look on the medium. ' "To tell tho truth, I can't call him up." "Toll him that I want to see him. That'U'fetch him." "No, ho wont come; but I beg of yon to bo patient. Walt; ah, ho will como presently. Ho is hero nnd desires to 'talk with you. Ho says that ho is per fectly happy, and that ho longs for the time when you will ho with him. He is ono of tho rulers in tho spirit land." "Cap'n, you are tho internalist liar in Arkansas." "Why, so, sir." '(Because tho old man Is In the city .prison, dead drunk." Removing the Mask. Tho'primnry cause of matrimonial hv felicity, wo believe, first arises from dis appointment. The demi-god, or angel, as tho case may bo, that you have set, yourself to worship, is, you nnd too into, of the earth oarthy. John Is close, la zy, Idle anything but god-like nQ and Mary Is gossipy, frivolous, not tlio' angel your lancy pninteu. xou siut-1 donly awaken to tho conviction that you havo made a mistake. James and Mar tha would not havo been thus and so. You believe that Mary does not beautify tlio homo for you and you alone; has itA eye to self in tho adornings; is selfish, Whllo sho in turn wonders that.yoM rnwn ftlirmtrvli nn ntrnntnti wttli 1i.n rfiiH J l T( tlltW () ' ' tltf II llll W II ' ami groan iiko an cartnnuaKo it sho wants you to tako her out. John and Mary, Tom, Dick, Harry, Sophia, Jauc, Susan thero Is no namo to which this docs not apply you both expect too much. Lovo U: not etcrn illy blind; and in the days of courtship quite unwit tingly you put your best foot foremost? hut when tho tarovocablo knot is tiod little by little you twain doff your.com puny manners and appear in your prop er persons. Perlmps it is right; though ittfo bo a Kiasquoratie, ono can't keep (Ss mask on' always; anil if ono docs, sol o bright eyes will discover something dis ngroeablo through sail disguise. Men aiul women, nnywuy aro but children of larger growth, tind tako things with tho samo characteristic differences asJlliay did yoars ago. You took your it.ni nr vnnr tan. vonr toi' work-box and Aybox of blocks, with delfeht; you could noi piny euougn wiui iiitsu, uia in uuiu they are ut by for other novoltles. You trot out something new, and that is nindo the dcllgkt of tho hour; and if perohnnco later yon como across a rolio of tho past, it brings up some pleasant recollection, mid though you bo stirred with emotion, it is emotion temporal with moro reason than when you litst beheld It. Tho nower to do great things geuer-1 ally arises from tho willingness 10 iJo I small things. j JACKSON'S DUEL. Tlio llntl Wound lie Received A Jrlile Inscription of 111 CoiKeNtWIth lIcklRNonA Per iod Aim. Tho following Is n graphic description ofMho 'duol between Dickinson and "Old Hickory," oausing tho death of tho former and entailing much bodily suffering to tho latter: "Tho duel took' place on tho banks of tho ltcd river. Dickinson's second won tho choice of po sition and Jackson's tlio olllcc o giving tlio worth Tho eight paces wero meas- limit nflf nnil tlin luiin U'nrn tilnpnil. Itolll wero porfectly collected. Strict duelling ! etiquette was presotved. Jackson oro a looso frock coat, buttoned carel6ssly over his chest, and concealing In some degree tlio extreme slendcrncs3 of his ' llgurc. Dickinson was the younger nnd handsomer mnn of tho two. lie was twcnty-llvo and Jackson thlrty-nino years old. Tho general's tall, erect fig ure nnd grave demeanor gave him n uomninmling air as lie stood in thoshndo of tho poplars in tho bright Mny mom." , "Aro you rendy?" Overton Inquired. "I nni ready,'" Dickinson replied, nnd Jackson reiterated the words. Quick as thought Overton shouted, with his old country accent. "Faref' Dickinson ns quickly raised his pistol nnd llrcd. Overton saw a puff of dust fly from tho breast of the general's coat. "Jackson raised his left nrm nnd placed It tightly across his chest. "Ho Is sure ly hit." muttered his second, "nnd In n bad place, but he does not fall." Jnok son, orect and grim, with teeth set llrm, raised his pistol. Overton glanced at Dickinson. Amazed nt tho unwonted fnlluro of his aim, and apparently ap palled at tho awful face and figure be fore him, the lawyer had unconsciously recoiled a paco or two. "Great Godl" ho faltered, "hnvo I missed him?" "Back to tho mark, sir, roared Over ton, with his hand upon his pistol." Dickinson reeovirjd ids composure nnd toed the scratch. He averted his eyes from his antagonist. Jackson took deliberate aim nnd pulled tho trig ger. Tlio pistol neither snapped nor went off. It stopped at half-cock. Jackson drew tho Iock back to its place, took aim a second lime, nnd llrcd. Dickinson's fauo blnnched; hu reeled; his friends caught him In their nrms nnd gently seated him on the ground against a 'bush. His trousers reddened. Tfioy stripped off his clothes. The blood was gushing from his side in n torrent. Tho balliind p:tsed through his body below the ribs nnd lodged lust under tlio skin nbovo tho opposite nip. All tho doctors in ehristend.iin could not hnvo saved his life. Gen. Overton went forward and looked nt him. A glanco wns sutlicictit. lie re olncil .JncKsnn, saying, "Ho'll want nothtrg moro of you, general." They walked to where tho horses wero tethered, Overton wns on ono sldo of Jackson and the surgeon on tho other. Neither spoko a word. Tho surgeon saw tlint ono of Jackson's shoe's was full of blood. "My God. general, you are hit!" he exclaimed, pointing to the blood. "Yes, I believe ho has pinked mo n little," Jackson replied. "Lot's look at It, but say nothing about it." Ho opened Ids co.it, Dickinson's aim had been perfect. It had sent the ball precisely where he supposed Jackson's heart wns heating. Tho thinness of his body and the looseness of his coat de ceived, him. It was a bad looking wound. Two ribs wero broken nnd his breast bono wa raked. Jackson mounted hU horso nnd rode to tho tav ern. Upon approaching tlio hnuo he wont up to n neg:o won a t, who was churning, and asked her whether the butter had come. Shu said it wns just coming. Ho asked forsomo buttermilk. While she was getting it for him he fur tively opened his coat. Sho saw that his shirt wns soaked with blood. While sho was gazing nt tlio sight, dipper in hand, ho caught her eye, and hastily buttonod his coat. Sho dipped out n quart of buttermilk nnd gave it to him. He drank it off nt a draught and then went into the houso nnd hnd his wound dressed. Ho sent a friend to Inquire conoernlng Mr. Dickinson's condition, and to offer tho services of his surgeon. Dr. Catlct replied that Dickinson's case was pnst nil surgery. Gen. Jackson then sent n bottlo of wine to tho physl slclan'for tho tiso of his patient. Dick inson bled to death. Tho flow of blood could not be stopped. Ho suffered ex treme ngony, nnd uttered distressing cries nil day long. At 9 o'clock that night ho asked why they had put. out tho lights. The end was at haiui. Five Tulnutes afterward ho died, cursing with his last breath tho ball that had entered Hiis body. His wifoliad been summoned. On tlio wny to Harrison's Mills sho met a procession of silent horsemen escort ing a rough emigrant wagon that con 'tafiied her husband's remains. Jackson gave as a reason forconeeal Ing hi) wound that, as Dickinson con sidered himself tho best shot in tlio world and was certain of killing him at tlio first Are, ho did not want him to Imvo the satisfaction of knowing that ho had touched him. "I should havo hit him," ho snld, "If ho had shot mo through the brain." President Grevy. Jules Giovy, President of tho French .Republic, is a farmer's boy, and has something-of tho stubborn tenacity and dogged will of tho French peasant in his composition. Ho owes to tlio saiao sourco n splendid physiniie, which even the hard labors of his later life havo not wholly broken down. Though he Is mow In his C9th year, ho looks much oiingcr, save for his whlto hair and (fJieard. He ran through a course of jtudy at tho Collogo Follgy, and was isunguisueuiat mo i.nun uuartier lor io sobriety of his conduct. When tho evolution oi .1;ij broke out Iiixlldnot alio part In it, but resolved tocomnloto his studies, which In course of timo hn did. Ho praoticed nt the bar long and ii'lisldiiousty, and took a high rank IMnoiig tho counselors of Paris. He took 1 Art'Ui tho Revolution of 1818, ami wns n towards scteotod a Deputy to tho iQ.bnstiiucnt Assomblv. bv which bodv 1.8 was ehoscu "iVIce-Prcsident. He trenuously resUtod the proposition for xuo eieouon oi a rrcsiuent oi tlio ito- publlo In 1850, foroseoing tlint it would result in tho restoration of tho Nnio. loonio dynasty. Unfavored tho putting oi mo uuiei executive power in tuo hands of tho Primo MJnistor. When Nnpoloon bocamo Emperor, Grovy was arrested, hut released after a few mouths' Imprisonment. Ho remained iu private life until 1663, whon ho re turned to the Corps Logislatiff. In that body ho opponod tho plebiscite sat with the Republican members, and uphold tho same principles as beforo. Aftor tho war with Germany ho bocamo suo ccsBlvely President of tlio National As sembly, President of tho Chamber of Denuticd uiidor the Constitution, and lVoshlont of tho Hnmihllc. whleli lust, ' olllco ho now holds. Such, in brief. Is tlio history of tlio Uryt eitizeu of France, AN INDIAN FOOT HACK. llnrtinrtc ItemterlnK of the Olfmplflii Clninm In New Mexico. Core riillJolphUTItne. Tho march past ended, tho Governor of Snn Juan for ench pueblo has a covornor of Us own nomination nnd election gravely walked down to clenr tho course In his hand ho bore. as a scepter what seemed to bo a bottlo of whlskv, but what In reality wns n whisky bottlo tilled with gunpowder that ho distributed ns largesse to the Indians witli guns, nnd behind him enmo n company of guards in their finest clothes bearing green branches nnd wenrlng n part of them nt lenit gar lands of green leaves upon their shocks of hnlr. Theso gunrds lie distributed, nt Intcrvnls of a hundred yards or so, In couples along thoeourse; tlio couples being taken, apparently, from tho oppo site sides. Tills preliminary being settled, n tremendous old pati larch, with n waving mass of gr y hair down to Ills shoulders nnd wrinkled beyond nil expression, stepped out midway in tlio track bearing In his hands an an cient drum. Hu was -clad gnyly in yellow buckskin leggings, n "cheeked shirt tlint ho ostentatiously wore oui side of them, and a battered old straw hat, onco black, that he carried on his head as proudly ns kings in pictures wear their crowns. Witli beeomlng dignity ho sounded n long roll upon Tiis drum; the signal for tho rnco to begin. Long before he iiad llnlshcd, two huN, tho youngest of tho racers, had started out together, nnd on nn easy lopo enme down the course, while tho II.OW or I, 000 speotntors sent up n ringing yell. As the boys arrived at the goal two men started out, not together, but as far apart as tho boys wero when they came in. This wns rather puzzling, but nfter a little investigation theprineiploof the race was clear. Tlio two sides wero divided Into couples, one man of each pair being nt each end of the track. As a runner came In his partner ntottco started out, whllo the partner of tlio man who lost tho heal hud to start as far in the rear as tho distance by which the heat had been lost. The filial le tory rested witli tlio side whou man enmo in llrt on the tinal heat. One ndvantago of this arrangement, so far as tlm spectators were concerned, was tlint the race was going on all the time; and as the man behind frequently over took nnd passed tho uuiu who had started out ahead, victory constantly trembled in tlio balance, and from stai't tolinlsh the excitement wn kept nt fever heat. For tho most pn the running was mngnllieent. the little forms and vigorous muscles coming out grandly under the spur of emulation and tli'e encouraging shouts of the crowd. In deed, tho encouragement was rather overwhelming, vigorous partisans breaking through the line of guards nnd coming close to tho runners to shout "Aea!n "Aea!" "Our side!" "Our sldo!" The seeno along the course, meanwhile, was as picturesque :( it well could be. Pressing close upon each side over its entire length was tho brightly-dressed crowd of Indians and Mexicans, on foot and on horseback, brilliant scarlet blankets and white robes giving tho high lights, while soft er colors sliono In the shawls and wraps of tho Mexican women, and so graded oil' into the warm browns of the ground and of the clay houses to tho black sombreros of tho men. Higher up, along tho roofs of tlio houes, this umc color effect was repented against the brilliantly clear bluu sky. And down tho wide lane, trversing tlio crowd from end to end, tliuinagnilifcent fellows went tearing along as hard as over they could go. It wns a barbaric rendering of tlio Olympian g.inies. JVo (rood IVcncltlnjr. No man can do a K(kk1 Job of won;, prench a gom sermon, try n law mlt voll, doctor a atlcnt, or write n (pxxl nrtli'lo whon he feels inferable uml dull, with MiiltiIsIi hraln nnd un steady nerves, and none should make the at tempt In such n condition when It can lie so easily snd cheaply removed by a Ilttlo Hop Bitters. See other column. Alumy Timta. A boy In tho country told one of his playmates that ho was getting ready to run away to sea. Several months after wards tho boys met, nnd tho playmate wanted to know if tlio other had been ti sea. "Yes," was the reply; "I was found out, and went on a whaling ex pedition with my father to tlio wood shed." - , Fremont County Arrow. Tho Hawkeye Insuranco Co., of Dos Moines, Iowa.'is tlio wealthiest corpora tion in tho slate; does moro business, pays moro losses, and has moro cash surplus than all tho other Iowa insur ance companies combined. This com pany has paid over a half million dol lars to farmers of Iowa, anil owes no man a cent. Tho man that doubts the Hawkoyo Is very Ignorant of insurance companies. A boy tolled hard all the afternoon in looking for material with which to keep a bonllro nllvo. At C o'clock when his mother asked him to bring in a load of wood, ho said he could nwor havo any fun llko other boys; always had to work all day at homo. For lyieplii. !iitlvelloti, nopreHilon nf SnlrltnamlOcncral Pi'lilllly, In lliolr varloiu fnnnni nun n a preventive agatrnttYutrr anOdic. andotli crlnfrrmlttt-nt Fever, tin' IVrro.lMiosnhori,. Irrt Kllxlrof I'ulUiivn," nmdiiliy Canwcll, llai. nrtl&Co., XcwVork. ami ioM liy allllrtivKUti, lath bent road"! and for patlenta n roerlni trom Fever or other HtckQCM. It lias noeqtml. A butcher's boy carrying a tray on his shoulders accidentally struck It against iv lady's head and nearly knock- on nor nut on, "ino ueuco tako the trav." cried tho lady In n passion. "Madam," said the boy gravel)', "The 'douce cannot tako tho tray." Nn II or i'o More. If 'tliclxiwela ntelorpld, If piles torment, If the l.icl; Is full of pain, p't a packoKo of Kidney-Wort, nnd he cured without more suffering. It can no bought of nil druggists lu either dry winium lorin. jtqmuutnii, A littlo threo-year-old, whoso mother was mixing a Ilttlo cough medicine for him, watched the process and asked if It wns good. Ho was permitted to taste, ami oxoiatmeit, "it's awful good, mamma. Let's keep it all for papa." lled-lliiffa, Itouehea. Rats, mice, anil, tiles, vermin, inoaqvttoci, tnaects Ac. cleared out by "Hough on Katt." i5o boxes at druRxUta. Mltf bell. Harnett A Uraln. Oe Moines. A mothor, noticing her little daughter wjpe ner mourn witli nor dress sieovo, asked her what her handkerchief was for. Said tho little ono: "It I toshako at tho Indies In tlio street. That Is what papa does with his." --a1 - Hrnluuml Nervis WeJIa Iealtli Uenewer. Kreatoatreniedyoncartlifor fmpotenee, leanness, seujal debts' ty, &e. II at drtff gists. Mitchell. OartlettAOraln. lies Moines. Tom had been very severely whipped, and knelt down to say his prayers. "I wouldn't say my prayers if I bad boon whipped," said his brother. "You shut up," said Tom, "I'm only praying to bo big onougli to llek itneltt." Lorrect your luiuiut tu mmivui tvmiduit br usliu; byonO'iilPnl llifl HlltTi'Mi-rs. lTc UttJiniii;r liuwla tsi'lfe uui Burns, i "Thi Iloctnris Hnlil I would never leave my bed. That ws three months tfco, nnd now 1 weigh ICO twunds. I eantiot write half of what I want to say, but Warner's Safe Kldncv and Uver Curo did It all." II, O.ltOUIlK. Itohway, N.J. It Is the Manifest Destiny ot (llcnn's Sulphur Soap to supersede tho oily onirucnt, which, until Its Introduction, wero qnllo extensively, and It may atso tc said, erroneously used for cutaneous eruptions, pom ny an nrugpiMS. Who ever knew ot a person having sore throat, hut what their blood was Impure) Dr. K. II. Hallldav's Hood I'uritUr Is tour inedl cine In all such eases. (larirle the medicine In your throat before swallowing, nnd every dore jou taKcwiii Rue you rcnci. for saic uy an druggists. There Is but one rcaTcure for baldness Cr bollnc,ii deodorized extract of tolrnlcum, n natural Jiair ucstnrcr. .s recently Improved, Cnrbollnc Is five from any objection. The best hnlr dressing Known. Why tint line lloliiiiiu l.iwi l'tiil succeeds: because 11 Is the first and only eoi reel itdap tut Ion of ihi Uolnniii nliii pt'.ofi theory ol cure ubhniit me. I lue. Wi.y lis linhutci! t It, 1 1 ; liee.ille tnev me Wnl III c.-s. If your druggist will not order Clin v. so Colts CtJitK. send one tlollnr to tho Kornian Medicine Co. of Dos Moines, Iowa, nuil they will send you three bot tles prepaid -retails at cts. per bot tle. PILES! PILES! PILES! A Hurt' ('tire I'oiiiut til IjinI. ." One ,cel Nnller. A sure cure for the llllnd, Hleedlng, Itching nnd Ulcerated Piles lias been discovered by Dr. Williams' (an Indian remedy.) culled Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured tho worst chronic cases of 26 anil 80 years standing. No one need sutler llvo min utes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. For sale by nil Druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00 per box. V. S. Henuv & Co., Props., Clovelnul. Ohio. PERRY DAVIS' L4..U" A SArC AND SURF REMEDY FOR Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Dysenlery, Sprains AND Bruises, Burns AND Scalds, Tcothacha an: Headache, FOR SALE BY ALL DWCQISTS. mama THE ONLY MEDICINE IN EITIIKU i,iqt:ii) OK IUiY toiiu That Actual llicvninn I line on TES LIVER, TBBBQWBLSA AND 1KB KIDuEiYS. WHY ARE WE SICK? Jltcmiu im altoio thtu great organi tot ttcoini clogqtd or toriM, ami poUonontl hmnortari iinrirori roretti mrv M4 oiooa I that thoulJM txptXitl naturally. - r - . WILL SURELY CURE KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, Pll.r.S. CONSTIPATION, 1'ltINAItY CI dihuasi:s, rr.MAi.K weaknesses, ANll MtltVOl'H IIIHOIllir.ltS, 'bv earning frtt attlon of then organ? and rtttoring thArfomr to tuvw off dlnait. lVkv anirr lllllODs halns and nehtst Mvi'lir tormented ill Hi files, Constipation! 11... ........ . ii. i..... ii.i I IT II J irigllicntu OTvr uiiwrucicu muiicai r Hlijr endure iienoui orslcK iieaaaeuesi rKIIINEV.WOUTttiitrolJnAitt, ItLimttinln llpv Vtakl Fira. In till I !cans onr rackace ot which nialics six quarts ot I medicine. Also In Liquid Korm, ytrj Coaeea. I trat4. for taose that cannot readily prepare It. I I orlt acU with equal efficiency In either term. I Qcr it or tour DRuaoisT. rwes, i.ooi EU.S.BICIIinDSOX ACo.,rrop's. I I fWIll send the dry poivpald.) EUJXI(7rOS,TT, j WOMAN'S VUIUIUA'ltX HflS. LYDIA L PINKHAM, OF LYNN. MASS., mscoriinsn or LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VE&ETABLE COMPOUND. The Positive Cnro Wall these PiOaral CotaplalaU and Weaknesses aecoasmon taeur best female papulation. It will cure entirely tha wont form of ttraalo Com. plalati, all oearlan troubles, Inllammaflon and Ulcera tion, fUllnir and Plsplacements, and the consequent Sphul Weoknoas, and U r-artlcularly adapted to the Chaiiee of Life. It will tUaaolro and expel tumors from the ttterus la an early statre of duTelopmeut. Tha tendency to can cerous humors there U checked Tery epacdUy ty Its use. It removes folntness, flatulency, dcstroysall craving for stimulants, and relieves weakneas o( tha stomach. It cures Mooting, Ueadaches, Nervous Prostration, Oeneral Ilcblllty, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl Ecstlon. Ttmt feell" of boarlnv down, causing paJn,weJffU and kactache, Is alwsys permanently cured by Its use, U will at aU times and underaltclrcuinstAnceaactln bannony wl:b tho laws that govern the female system. I'or the csiro of Kidney Complaints of either sex this Compound Is unsurpassed. LYDIA K. l'l.VUll.YM'S VEGETABLK 0011. PIIVNUh) preparoc at m and 31 Wcatora Avenue, Lr!i.Ui. IVJcofl. Hlx bottles for Sent by mall li to form of pills, also In the fonn of lozcngea, on nfclpc of prioo, Jl per box forelther. Mrs. ftnkhaai rrlf onstrcrs all ltors of inquiry, Elend for pouplr ifit. AdOrcAi 3 abovo. Mntimt thtt Jipir. HiCn-Cr rho-4ld l-o Mlho.j t WW A li 1'INKrTAlf (Iiat iriJ.S. luey cure oonjtlMtlou, blNonsiX'sa tuJ .'frViily cf the liter, ti ccuts ier box. ALL D11UGGISTS. ICS 2E is Life Irbii rant. Although not n tiny pusses tlint ilocg not contriutito its qiiotn ot intlfs)iitnlilc proofs o( tlio great pootl conferred upon liounnils of pcoplo by wlso InveAtnients In Llfo Insurnnco, vet wo find ninny who stnntl In doubt about availing them solves of this blessing, caused sometimes by disparaging remarks of peoplo who, Ignorant of Its principles, try to appear wlso by condomlng that which they nev er tinilurstood, tlius nt!com)llihing a much greatur nmmint of mischief In a moment than thoy could remedy In a year. In such cases tliero Is no doubt lmt tho "sour grapes" fablo comes in somewhere. Wo can recall remarks mado llvo y ara ago about tlio Centen nial Mutual Mfo Assoeiatioti of Ilur llngton, Iowa. "It won't exist a year," then "two," &c somo of the prophct havo ceased to exist. Tho Centennial still exists, with all tho appearance ot vigor onougli to last a Century. There U no safer nor cheaper Company In the Country. If vou decide to Join the "wlso men." ndilii'ss C. J. Wcatherby, (teiioial Agent, Lock Draw 109, llur llngton, la., for In-mninoo or Agency. How to Hi''iii' llcnlfli. It Nrins stnuiRC tlint anyone will miller from ilorniii;t'iiu'iit tiroiiulit on by Impure Wool, wlii'ii Uifivlir Sni-piipnrillti nntl StllllnKtn. or Illixsl niul l.lvi-r Synip will restore crfrrt lii'.iltli. It tins provfii Itself to bo the U'st MixhI nirll1er, rtTcetunlly ctirlni: Scrofula, Sy)hllltlc illsonlers, WenKlieo of tlio Killings, l'rvslH'lu, Miliaria, nil Nervous Dlsnnlers and Debllilv, llllllous iimiiiliilnts niul all I)lenses of thellliHxl, I.lver, Kliltiej s, SUmineli, Skin, etc. A single bottle w III prove to you Its merits ns a lienllli reiicwer, fortt nets like a rli.arni, rspeclnlly ulieu ttie eoinptulnt Is of nn exhaustive nntiire, Imvlnp a tviiilcney to lessen the natural vigor or the brain niul nervous system. I1AKKH'8 l'AIN PANACEA cures pain In Mnu ami lleast. Use externally ami intcnmllv. l)lt. UOdKlt'S VKdKTAUIiK W'OHM St KU1 Instantly ilcstroys worms ami removes the Becretlons which cdiim) them. All rcsix tabh' ilenlers sell Kray.cr axle fnrasc bitausc It Is the genuine aiul gives perfect satis faction. Tt.td I. ii... . ........ r.. 11 i n. iAi... . iiid in ..I.; riii-".n iti imnvi witi'iiiii i(-, 1111- rlpe fruit ami i-ixiuri pmlure them, niul PfllllV llifial 11. tv. I.' I .... t( nfiswltliwoiiilirful r.ipiilliv, ami Is in'ifeetly I. .......I... VT r.Mn.. l i. ...t.i 1 ii iiuiiuii-p.t. ,ii iuiiiiiv eiiiiiuii uc iiiiuui. ii. rur Interim! ami Kvlern'nl tiees it has no equal. Racine College. a coi.i.i:ok and (iuasimau hoiiooi.. Till: IIEST SCHOOL FOR I10VS. rrtenn. address III!, Slrtrtis I'arki'r, WanUn of Itiivlni' C'olli'Ki', Undue, Wis, naunnnnrt llstiilillslied 1KWJ. s tlmt'Clai's IViiiiiiii. .'' Htitili nt nfl.t ti nr. HimmI f (inmril -'t iH-r iviek. Ad nsiiiess UolIec.:g; IlsveyoiisilsiiRlitrrtonliirati'? If so. dnn't foil to srml for new prospectus uf CalLinan Culli'Ki', lies Motnts, lima. Address. C. P. POiMEROY, Prcst. Iowa College, Grinnell. Vail term njien Peptimlier 12th. 151. A doiildc ('ulli'Ki-l'oiim' and fit at her departments of Inn rur llun, lni'liidtni; Niirni.H and Munleul. wlilcli sru opi'n to students in an coum'S. i uiiriei ii ln-irueiurs. tin. Wm, lHTterm, ti'SIO. Annuul cxpeinesnf a student, (ISI.'3-siin.raJ. Intirwwm; Iho s'liau as best New Knctand college, wili'ifi. cetitral tows, on the l.hkut'o. Hock I. and 1'ao. K. II., ami ivntrul It. Ii. of Iua. UcniiiiK V. Mkiovn, l'ns. t.rnwfii. (i . Aug. i. iim. University of lies Mies. The ltent AttvnntiiKrfl at Iho I.ciiHt V.x- Tfn ncooiui'H'sliPtl Initructor, Thrrc ClUjro Cfiurco, alMM, Normal, Cointtu'rcliil, find MuMr. TI'H'ou)ih li i Hn fjt tiKttiitlon utitttit uml in HUkh tun awn ii wuii t acuity ut mat. hp-t to llnUter children. Knll trmt twuMn Facial UUcouut NKI'TKUii:U Mil. Fen J for r Mutnt iinittUH nnd full nnnkMiliiri-to n.VI! I'. C'AI.I., D.-h .MoIim'h. Iiiwii. NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY! 1 he first si'sstnu of ttie SStti colli'ctntr uir will In' gin ou I hi: l'litsTTUKHDAV op si:rTi:.Miii:ii. Msirninrent new liillillni;i the health)' and heautl' fill locatlimt InrriaMil fsrllltles lor Impnitlni; a tlioiougli I'diirallnnt olTer tiidui'i'inents tlml cannot be aurpaKstil In the t'nlti'd btstis. L'atnli'Kiies, kIiIhk full parllculars, will In' sent fire on application lu Verv Rev. W. Corby, C.S. C. Pres. Notre. Dnine 1'. it., Inilluun. Allen's Srain Food. A tw.Uulcal rxtrut. Prmmm ntl iri nctiit-iiH iti Drain, and poliii 1) ciiHi ncnoihnt-M, tu'iti'di hi Illy, and all wi-aknifs uf Rcucr-theurKiii)"' l'rlco, It o for (V All drupKlt. Depot Allkn'r I'iiau macy. 313 Viritavi'nuo, Nt'ft York, N. V. Scudfut circular. flnUFRTtSFs'H-PARViN&soNS s nMJH Ml raia-PmrfH Aovtr.T SING ActNCV S l-i siliiutsn mir u THIS PAPER itiiuls. l. ltrirrBt all rw)H-rs , t D luMnl rtcic U uMili.rd. " Mil -l-Utr oilirs. Mliti co T OONTEASTED EDITI0H8 OF BIBLE REVISION Contntntntf w Old and New Vi-nlour, In imrallrl imiIiiimhn, Ttiu bvti and chratn-ttt lllimrutcd t dltlcn uf Itu lit vlHOdTrfliuntnt, Mlllloniof pi'oph' ort' wait ita for It. Do not lu dmdvt'd by t lit unovrtipuloiiM mU ru till el 'r of Infrrtoridltloni. Hop that tliccnpyynu iiut contains 10O nnci,nKratiiRaion ntcd nnd wood TliU la Hit' only lium1 tl.-i untrHHtetli'illtlmi, nnd Agent an vulnliiK uioiuy vtrllln It. AOKNTS A ANTKI). binr for rln-ulari nnd i-Jtlrn ttTtna. i-iw.n v.Ttnvtt. I'i'wi miiNH riilrntro 111 5LTH VICTOh Doublo Hullcr s Clover Machine 1 the ixi'v kin-t tint lutrifl A liullitt IOU lu h I ol K4 tu sue v '"" u"i ft UtrisW, KliJ Inr ! KCflptlvri 4'lri-uUr nd Prlw I.Ut. which run U ln luaiif llnjrrmtvwii Atfrltyltarul Impiwnt Mgt STILL BETTER f 1IOHKD TO CL08K OUT KVEI'.T TAKD OV SUMMER GOODS ! WIM.I'ONTINIH: THK Lom ti rxxxt iBcilc. UIIOICi; ll.MillAlNH 1.KVT IN Black and Colored Silkss, Dress Goods, Table Linens. Towelinns, Cloths. Uiiiitlnir Iti'iiiiiiinln Mitrki'it ritllf l.mnr. Mui't In ike a rleiiti sweep i f ALL THE REMNANTS IN THE HOUSE. Tills opportunity should not l.e nilssoil liy iliiyoui'. s ii'tt -ii yarn i-.'iir.'riix ii'ii nt riiiiiiiiii'r silks, nil rta., uortll ll.t. 1.1, rift, unit ml, till jier.tunl. W'v liuti nil llll lll'IV Nlllllll'S (Just Inl Aiiit'rlriiii .Iitm'i MlliH, Our iiriii-, tl,K. ot In i . SSI. All, LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE - -or- W. K. BIRD, 31 itiiil!3 rourtltHt WIIOLIULS IM1BKTA1U, I) .Mlllnr Orders liy mnllor i-tpri'ssproinptlr fllled. fisiiiplis s nt on applUaatUn. 1 iliiiiii! Eicaiii. Wilt -Wis- 110 IV71I rwM''Ai daasoma to ma. A vacation ofa maath dl OrNILKMIMl IwassuOaruig fromgaaarai dsblllty to saoraasaq prosustion sna ainsinaanilla. At ailsad almost Immsdlsta and wondarfol rasulta. -uia uw E m.,m IU. it. tint rMrm.n.nll, aKaljul 1 h.Mnwll1.M.luilU..flk. ICnO. Ul.u n.L.u Ik... rfnl FMnlLa. TluiAM...M.Mlnnuri..(ll tH.nl .K. bor tlut I stsr did loUisssmstlins daring rarlllaats, ana iiOTroiooar.nas oom. aiaoa claarpsasol WoagOtDsrsr bsfora aojojad. If tna Tonlohasnot dona ika work, I know not what. lalraUtaaendlt. J. I'. Waraotr. Pastor ClirUUan JhnrehrTroT. 1 Irtfi Iron Tonle im m m mrepttratian ofVo.l mtoxiJe of trot. IVt-u.l Wun Ma rk, a n rlJ'n oa- jaAnf ca, a nmoctat ett I trMa the Vegetable Aromatte: Mfmervemm every uurj'oue icAaref la Toitia in neeemmatt.r WNurACTUino ti thi on. harter medicine Til IP I ABIIlaG AOIQNTVAJVJOrfor'TrrIaDiisorTiiisWiirTnovao I IB C LAIIICu l7,,4.f&ny,M"'TuiixitiDigT&"ttomcittlntere oi WAS - ism atsiniavBw 1WUT0N l,irivrjpiildl.hiid. A history of avery AdmlnlstmtloB fna Tj suinoton to tha present time. Includes much I'xb.onsl and I'll III 1 1 1 as r inif rt hUiorr never before puollibml. Address, IMHITm Nllllvlr Tairlik'UltadacdaiSticii per trull ot lri. Uarllefl, lilt A ltl.l,r-jl. -.. u . Vnii.lh St HOLMA N'S PADS. TXASSaUsx. lliiliiiitn'n Auiii. I -Ivor mill ntoin (It l"itl. for ..tf iiturliv. Amis una s-ttoiiutcli troublrs. 1'lilCK, liu.tio 1 lollimil" rxpoclitl 'inl, Adsplcd to O chronic esses. PlllCK, 811.1111. IIoiiiihii'n p .. lloit For stnbborn cases of enlarged Hplee n snd unyielding Liver and Ktotnachtroulilca. I'ltlCH. HfJ.OO I (tiiiiiiv. I.iIHiii'.. I'ml. Koratlmctiti Infants and children, l'lllulw Hl.no. 1 t'.i.iiiiii'M ii.-imi f Kiiiik.v rni. .Vor Kidney Complaints. 1'IIICK. rs'-i.W. 1 IiiIiiiiiii'm f. i.xiriit t v .tli-iiu-liml iiilV I'lithtto1. The Nut I'laiter nude. l"o- . rous on Ituklier Istsla. VltlCK, Uio. I toiiuini'M AliNoi'inivK ni.'ailolitrtt ! llnt'r. Vor Numh Peel and Blugglak Circulation. l'HICK (per Pair) UHc. K" AliMii'iit Inn s-HIt ,tlcilliii.tmt Fltot. MittliH. VorColds, (Histmcttons snd all can tvlierp a Foot IlatU Is needed. l'ldCK (per H to. package) lIBo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, Or ssnl lie mall, post-paid, on receipt of price. Th AIIBOUI'TION SALT Is not "msllaVile" sndmus-.b sent by t-ipnts tpurenster s cipcnre. The sureris of IIOI.M AN'H I'ADR his ln.filn.rf Iml. tators who offer Pads similar fn form and ttcittr to the t I'tiu IIOI.MAN'H, saylnf, Tkejare Jnittk same, "etc Ilewsre of all lMtirttM Pads onlv mklc in Mil a the reputation of tho genuine. See thst each 1'ad hears the Prlvnto Itstvsw mm cttuiitt of the DOLMAN PAD COMl'ANT with alove Trade Mark printed In green. Da. HOt.MAN'R ailvlee Is trrr. fall trll. mi free on application. Address, HOLMAN PAD CO., IVO, Daiait f-l-l llW)iid-ny,?f.Y. Lay the Axe to the Root If yon would destroy the can kering worm. For any exter nal pain, Horo, wound or lame ness of man or beast, uso only MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI MENT. It penetrates till mus cio nntl flesh to the very bono, expelling nil inflammation, soreness nntl pain, aiul healing tho diseased part ns no other Linimtwit over did or can. So saitli tho experience of two generations of snflererH, nnd so will you say when you liavtv tried tho "Mustaug." HOP BITTERS. (A Medicine, not n HrluL,) CO.NTAtXS iioph, nKciir, niANjut.ii! , HAMHXNIN. ii) ntitri.'nr.sTxu HcaT JIcuifAfci;! ..i orALZ.oTu:ii Un'rar.-i. All Olrcikis of tho Btoinachi fluwli, i'lnod.E Llver.Klincys.niid UflnarirOrjena,i .-vmukic i.ti Slti'l'kiinrMund ci"ccl illy 1 cmclo Comphilet.. SIOOOINGOLD. -32E? tv 111 he Mid lor nrnaaincr liinoicim1 ri.vi.-, i or.'or:ilhluelmpurcoriiijiirloujioi:r.ii .hum i Ask roi'.r druj;;!.'t for Ila. Hitters and try tlicui Uiluru Juiiik'i'. Vai.a no Olln-r. U. 1, I'. It an aluoluto nnil Irrvslaltbla om.-o foil DninUi ni iis, uu of opium, tubal ro and ii.irrinl Bend for circular GS5ffl3Cil The Genuine Fairbanks' Scales are. now the ACKNOWlEOtEO STAilUilBJ throughout tho World, havinp earned that position bv their Uniform Reliability, Ac curacy and Superi ority of Con struction. liulistors arc claiming to furnl.h Fairbanks' Scales, or a Prate "nmilo (lit Mine ai KttlrlinnkH,M Uvwart'iif nuch linltailonn, for tic k"""'"" Kulf bankrt' vnW 1 madconly liv 15. and T. FfllrtmnkH dr Co, uf Ht .lolinttburji'. Vt.i wliu hare exptrltnctxX workmen, tim-int uitu fitneru, and patented Imwott iirntt, which 110 ortt flue can una, Duy unly uf uh, trour authurlzcd ajrcnla. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO... Citr. (a ik Ht aiul I'll t a Avti.i CliU-Htf W-VXTKIl .innl' addr'Mn. fes'nd yonraud other AKt'ntv' ujuib'aand lUc fur mullliiif ?A Vipf ,''.(ii,rrr' mo, i: w. y.U'itu-r i;o.. rmia.. ra, W. N, U le MoliiMu vol U no 88 n jiuN wmrxtta to AvrJsiiTiamita, nleaie ay you saw tho Advertisement a VtU patter. 1 Mi3atiiarmmtt Mtait sMfta.V mnift bv ffcam Mai prwaaa4on, Asrl asstatsa. uaHsssi xamtm. Want of VUkI.W SkLliiu. tiMiil. aim. lu. tsmnla OU' Want ot VltMt. Uy, Ktrvoua Vefrat t.i Stan, ana nvais eertcsVamvarg,.! anon an aslant that Df labor was aiossdlnaiy bar- oain uiihdi nor iwim -itjni H.RU luwii uni ua iu. ouniimrv, waa loiiowi Horpadaadl (onnd that mr natural fata and wlu doubla tha aaw. With tha trananll rst , using u I hasa dona twlca Uw 1st. co i HO. 1S HOUIH MAIN KTfT. T limit. . Phil. If aag m ttutr ww m. HSi FairisiScales