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ST Will, OAllLtTOK. "My glrl-wlfe wis aa braro u she ku goad, And helped mo every bleated war sbo could ; Hho seemed to take to crcry rough old tree, Aa singular aa when llrat alio took to mc. 8ho ltcp' our llttlo log home aa neat aa wax; And once I caught her fooling with my ax. She learned a hundred masculine things to 8ho aimed a shotgun pretty mlddlln' true, Although In snlto of my express desire, She always shut her eyes before she'd Ore. do, Bho hadn't the muscle heart). (though she had tlic In out-door work to take an active part! Though In our Arm of Duty & Endeavor, 8ho wasn't no silent partner whatever. When I wo logging, burning, choppln' wood, She'd linger 'round and help mo all she could; And kept mo frclli, ambitious all the while, And lifted tous, Just with her volco and smile. With no desire my glory for to rob, Sho uwil to stan' around and toss tho Job: And when flrst-class success my hacds befell, Would proudly say, " H did that pretty well I" Bhe was delicious both to hear and see That pretty glrl-wlfe that kep' bouso for mc. SJJ.w DOT FIIITKV. K. T. TcVrgrsm. I kin saw you, yrtu shly lccdle raskel, A bookln' ad rao drough dot shatr; Como hero rlghd avoy now und kiss mo You doug id I don'd kno.v you van dcrc. You all dcr dime hide from your fader, T7nd snbboso he can'd see tnlt hla eyes; Y iwaa goln to fool me eh, FrIUcy ifnd gafo ma n grade big surprise! Dot boy vas a rcckular monkey Dcrc vm nodlng so high ho don'd gllmb; Und hla muddcr ehe says dot his drruscrs Vanta new bosoms In dem all der dime, lie vas shmard, dough, dot same lccdle feller, Und he sings all dcr vile like a lark, From vonco ho glds ub In dcr momln', Dill vc drofc him to bed afder dark. He's dir blssslcst von In der fam'ly, Und I bed jnu dcr louder he sings lie vas ralslu' der dickens mlt some von He vas up do all manner of dings, lie vas bocktn' away, dat young raskel, Drough do shalr Iloly Moses I vot's dat I Dot young sun-of-a-gun mid o scccsors Is cut all dcr dall off dcr cat I PRACTICAL SCIENCE. Treatment ot ItiiriiN. Tho Journal dc l'harmacic title Chimle snys that two pupils of tho Communal School of Clormont-Fcrran-i woro sc vorcly burnt in tho faco with boiling sulphuric acid, owing to tho rupturo of ft retort. Tho nutlior covered their faces with n soft paste in ado of calcined magnesia and water, and applied it in n layer of two mm. in thickness. As As portions of tho coating split off, tho pasto was reapplied. All pain ceased in about a quarter ot nn hour, and nftor somo timo fivo hours in tho slighter of tho cases, and twenty-four in tho inoro sovoro no further troatmont was needful injury. Tholrifaoos show no traces of T Digestion. Steaks and chops aro not tho best dishos for a weak digestion. Either they aro but half done or thoy aro charred too much Meat that is to bo really nourishing, and yot bo ( a9ily di gestible, must bo thoroughly permeated with Ik at. A steak or chop prepared with caro will bo digostiblo to a certain oxtont, but great troublo should bo ta kon that tho outsido is not burned and tho insido raw, and of either steak or chop, but a small plcco should bo thought sufllclont, Tho pounds of steaks and chops that aro often do vourcd by pooplo, who can scarcely cram them into their stomachs, aro roally tho worst promoters of feeble di gestion. Whilo a weak digestion re quires all possiblo nourishment it must not be overloaded witu material. Pcnstliio fov Tapeworm. Tho tapoworra is ablo to livo in tho stomach because of its ability to resist tho digestive action of tho Hinds normal to tho stomach. In a stronger poptio so lution tho livo worm succumbs and is digested liko any other llosh. Accord ingly a French physician treated with strou? doses ofpupsino a child who had passed segments of a largo tapeworm. About 45 grains of popsine woro admin istered drulv for fivo days. Tho child experienced no harm and showed no special symptoms. Then a proper doso of sulphate of pelleticrino with castor oil was given, and tho discharges show ed no signs of tho worm. Subsequent experiments with vogotablo pepsiuo papalno which is much more active, aro said to have clvoa vory promising results. Ono child passed fragments of tapeworm ten inches in length, sof tened and partially digostod. Telephone Circuit. It has been found that wires, whon employed for a tolophono circuit, are much 'more susceptiblo to disturbing causes than when cmployod for trans mitting telegraphic signals. It has boon obsorvod that Uio slightest friction, snoh as will inovitably occur from tho ordinary niodo of joining tolegraph wires, and closing of a pressure screw anywhere on tho circuit, tho slightest blow upon tho wire, vibration from wind, tho ordinary modes of support, etc., which produco no prccoptiblo ef fect on the transmission of telegraph signals, aro great hindrances to tho transmission of.voico vibrations, and thus confino tho 'telephone to compara tively short circuits. It is thought if theso hindrances could bo avoided, tho tolophono circuit might bo contiuuod to as great a length as tho telegraph oven aoross tho ocean. Experiments aro now in progross to dotermino oil tho facts connected with this matterA Theso ex periments will involve tho c waotor, in quality and sizo, of tho wiro io bo used, the bost form of support, and a substitu tion of soldering tho ends together, in stead of the usual modo of joining. Thoro is muo'j reason for tho boliof that tho telephonymay ultimately as fully supersede tly (telegraph foplong, as ft already hwor fchortdtfffooB. Action oiOofartSfftViiBurou tho Htomunh. Scientific Amnion. V In a paper presented to tho Societlo do lMologfe (Iicv. Med.) M. Lovon statos that coffee so fnv, as is ofton supposod, from aeoeloratlng tho digostlvo process of tho stomach, rathor tends to Impedo this. Whon thirty crammos of coOeo, diluted In ono hundred and fifty of water, is given to a dog, whloh is klllod fivo hours and a half afterward, thostomaoh is found palo, Its mucous surfaco being anromto, and tho vossols of its external raombrano contrasted. Tho wholo or gan exhibits' a marked appoaranco of anosmia. Coffee thus dotormlning an iomlaof tho mucous mombrano, thus proventiiig rathor than favoring vlsoular nonffostlon. and otiposinir vntlior than faolllating tho secretion of gastrio juice, how comos it that tho senso of comfort ) is procured for so many pooplo who aro accustomed to taKo coueo alter a meal? A repast, in fact, produces In those whoso digostion is torpid, a hoavinoso oi tno intellectual faculties and cm' barrassmcnt of tho power of thinklnir and theso effects, and tho disturbance of tho hoad, are promptly dissipated by tho stimidant effect which tho coffee produces on tho nervous centers, ns shown by experiments with casein. Cof ico and tea, wncn taxon m excels, are a frequent causo of dvspopsla, for tho aniumlc condition of tho mucous mom brano bolnir periodically ronowed. permanent state of congestion Is at last produced, which constitutes dyspopsla. Sugar, which with many doctors has n bad reputation, is an excellent nllment which assists digestion, and should bo nrescrlbcd In dvsnens a. Bv exncrl tnent, dlircstlon of meat Is found totnko place much moro completely whon sugar is miiicu. isoiiuo cxeris uoiu a local nnd general action, opernllnir locally bv means of its tannin, bv dlmlnishim? thu callbor of tho vossols, but acting on the general economy by oxciting tho nor votu centers nnd tho muscular system It renders dlccstion slower, and is onlv of good effect by relieving tho feeling oi loqior niter moais. us injurious no tion on digestion may bo corrected bv adding sugar so as to counterbalance Its cflocts on tho mucous membrane. This adding sugar to coffoo is not only a picasani praciico, uui ono cotitrib uting to digestion. KATHINKA'S FATE. Horn In n Pnlnoc, Mrownod In the Missis sIppl-A Woeful Tnlo of a Lovely Woman Muscatine ZrltunK. Kathlnka do 1.. born on tho 7th of September, 1859, was tho only daughter nr ',,., i ,i n - ... i i i wi yuuiik mu i.., jiuitt mini utvnur in tho vicinity of Warsaw. In tho bosom of a loving family i lto spent tno nrst twelve yoars of Her lifo, which promised 10 end as Happily as as it had begun. In Ojtobor, 1871, littlu Kathinkii was sent to a board n r school in tho vicinity of Stuttirart. and sho after. ward completed her education at Lyons, in r ranee, nnd ni mo univorsitv of Zurich. In 1878 tho younir countess returned to her father's castlo fullv de veloped in mind nnd body, nn ornament to nor sex, nnu mo pruio of nor family ino next autumn sito gnvo her hand to her lover, Victor do 1-. Victor was full cniial to ills bri'o in mental nnd miiturlnl advantages, and the folioityof tlioyoung couple appeared to bo secured agalmt all attacks from without. Ilut how strango was their dcttinvl Tho old Count do P. and his wifo had been involved in political controversies, which ended by botii of them being banished to Siberia. Victor do F., who had played a roll in tho unfortunate movement, Hod in time to tho United States, and succcedo in finding a situ ation in Baltimore which gave but wretched support to himself and his wifo. At thu end of May ho sot out to nnd another situation, and on the Ctli of July, provided with vory slight means, they started for tho far west. Tho jour noy was fortunato until thoy took tho railroad between Chicago and Dubunue, In tho cars of tho Illinois Central rail road tho unlucky man was struck with apoplexy and died nt onco. Deprived oi an means oi ncip, tno miserable wifo, with her child six months old, arrived In Dubiimio, whore, with tho nld of char itablo persons, sho was ablo to give her uoiovetl husband a propor burial. trom liubnquo sho desired to go Jo ot. Junius, uui nor money only suiiiccd 10 inno nor as tar as unvenport, and from there sho was helped on to Musca tine. Hero our acquaintance with the unlucky lady began. On July 2Gth Madam doF , an elegantly dressed lady of great beauty, camo Into our ollleo and explained to us her situation Tears flowed abundantly, and tho deep est grief was painted upon ovory feature of her countenance. Without resorvo sho related to us tho history of lior lifo. Wo succeeded in getting'her a ticket to Burlington. Buforu Tier departure sho handed us sovoral family papers, a gold ring set with diamonds, her wed ding ring and a letter to her parents. Sho also mado tho request that, after tho receipt of moro particular direc tions, theso articles should bo sonttothu address given us. It was on Friday last that wo received tho following linos : Nkak Kkokuk, Aug. 9, 1881. Re-si-KCTED Silt: When you recolvo these linos your protege und her innocont child will no longer bo among tho liv ing. Thoy have sought and found eternal repose. I beg you earnestly to fulfill my last request in regard to tho articles conlidud in you. Think kindly of an unfortunate one, whoso lifo was a long series of disappointments and pri vations. Farewell, my happiness, faro well. Katuinka dk P. On rccoipt of theso lines wo sought for information whothor tho uufortunato lady had nctually committed tho rash deed of suieido and child murder, and wo received from Hannibal, Mo., tho answer that on Friday last tho corpse of a woman whoso dross and appoaranco answered our description had been brought ashore. Of tho body of tho child nothing has yot been discovered. Tho various articles conllded to us wero sent on tho samo day to Ilussia by Mor ris' European Express, accompanied by a lottor and cortllicato of death. .a Educated in splendor and rlolios, this daughter of ono of tho most aristocratic families of Europo ended hor life in tho waters of the Mississippi. WHEN TO SLEEP. Healthy and Unhealthy Slumber A Word to the Wise. But that faculty of sleoplng nnd wak ing nt short noticu may bo utilized for tho purposo of taklntr llttlo nans when ever opportunity offers In tho last half of tho uoon hour of tho noontide roccss, or durlnr the buncombe interludes of n protracted session. Tho inhabitants of an intertropical couutnos mako thotinw ot ronoso a noiamo lostiva . and dui-lnf tho dog days of our torpid summers it would cioany uo tno uosi pinn to imitate their dxnmplo. "Children must not sloop in dayUmo," said n by-law of our t'me-dlslionored koran of domostlo su8 porslitions, and, not stitisfiod with keep ing our little ones at sohool during tho drowsy afternoons of tho summer sols tice, wo inoroaso their m Isory by stulllng thorn at tho vory uoon of tho hottest hours with a mass of groay (I. o., lioat- pjwauoing and soporluo) food. Au hour ter tho ond of tho long sultry day comes tho cool nlaht wlud, heavon's own blessing for all who hunger and imrst auer ircsii air; out no, "ingntair is injurious:" booauso Mrs. Gmndv ob- jocts to promenades aftor dark, so that tho olilldren aro driven to tholr suffocat ing, unvemitntod bod rooms, not to sleep but to swelter till toward midnight, whon drowsiness subsides into ft sort of lcthurgy, whloh ylolds only to broad day- iignt, uiroo or lour nours ntior sunriso. "So much Uio bottcr." savstho fashion ablo motlier, wlio has passed tho night at an Ico cream ridolto, "tho morning nlr Isn't healthy, cither; most dangerous to leave tho house boforo tho dow is oflf llio grass." Only tho curso of pessim ism, our woeful distrust of our natural InwiWs, can uxplain sti.-h nbsurditles Tho parched palate's petition for n cool Ing liquid Is plainer tlinn tho brain's crnvlng for rest nnd slumber when high tompornturo adds Its somniferous loiidonoy to the drowsy lniltionco of n full meal. On warm summer days all nature Indulges nnoontldo imp. I havo walked through tropical forests tiiat wero as silent through tho .nvs of vertical sun as n Norwegian pino grovo In tho doad of a polnr night; nor would it bo easy to name n slnglo animal that does not nppcar sleepy nf lor meals. At noon leaf trees throw their densest shndojoven butterflies seek tho pcnotrnlla of tno foliage, nnd lizards cling lazily to tho dark side of tho lower branches, Every school teacher knows that tho children feel tho drowsy spell of the afternoon sun; why should they alonobo hurt by yielding to Its prompting? Either postpone tho piineipal meal to tho ond of tho day or Increase tho noon tide recess to nt least three hours, so as 10 icavo time for a digestivo siesta. Music Uono Mad. IlurltnRton Hawkerc. It was just after tho circus closed Its afternoon performance when tho troublo uroKo out among thu band Instrument- Everybody had gone to sutmcr. so no. uotiy Knows lust now t lonuarro benan. but tho niccolo was heard asklni? the urum wnnt no was raining nuotlt. 1.. i , .... . . "bomououy lilt mo on tho head," said the drum, "anil I believe ono of their sticks had n handle in It." "I'm blowcd if thoy didn't," said tho cornet. "Oil, oh," said tho harp; "it was you; I saw you toot, mysolf." "You're a lyro," growled tho tubn." "You bass, insulting thing." said thu violin; "you ought to bo hooted out of llio orciiestra." "You viol wretch." said tho kettle drum, "you talk Unit way when vou get in moro scrapes than any onu in thu laiuily." "You'll get n good beating for that to-night," said tho guitar. "Dry up, you gay lute," said tho ens tanet; "yourru too high-strung for this party. "If wu hnd hold of vou." said tho cymbals, "wu'd rattiu your bones." "Not you." said tho ilute, "you are mere cymbals of emptiness. Every timo you como together it an noiso mo." 1 Hoot nwa mon," said tho bag.nipo: "yo'll havo your brains blown out if vu como In tills quarrul " "Oli, don't talk through, your noso," cried uJio clarionet." "And don't vou suuawk so." nut in tho bass. "And vou emit vour growling." said tho triangle: "outnko uii moro room and make less music than any three members of tho fumlly. ' "Seo hero, old dlnglu danglo." snid tho trombone, "you'll got hung by tho thumbs tho first thlug you know." "Oh, you pull out of this row nnd crnwl into yourself nnd hide," snid tho uccordeon. "I've got tho dead open-and-shut on nil of you." And tiicu tho tambourino said ho had n good mind to sail in and give tho boys a llttlo whirl myself, but thov got tho quarrul made up somehow, aud to hear tlieni in tho bnlcony serenade and the opening overture that evening, children, thoy woro In such porfeot harmony you would nover havo thought there was ev er a particle of discord among them. How tho Ladies Fish. There aro generally about six of tlieni n a bunch, witli light dresses on. and thoy havo three poles with as many hooks and lines among them. As soon as thoy got to tho rivor thov look for a got d placo to look down thu bank, nnd tno most venturesome ono sticks her boot-heel in tiiu oank makes two careful steps down then suddenly finds herself nt tho bottom with both hands in the wnter, ami a feeling that everybody in tins wide worm is looking nt Her, and sho never tolls anybody Tiow sho got thoro. Tho other girls, profiting by her oxampio, mm around ami go down tiio bank on their hands and toes, backward. Then they scamper over tho rafts until thoy lind a shallow placo whero thoy can see uio iisii, ami suoui "Oh, I seo ono!" "Where?" "Thoro P" "Oh, my! so ho is." "Who's got tho baits?" "You lazy thing: you'ro sitting on mv nolo!" All tneso exclamations aro gotten oft in n tone mat awakens ever' cciio witu in a mllo around, and sends over fish that hears Into "galloping hystor- na Tlinn thn nlrb li e..r.nrl.i.mnn oxortions, manage to get a worm on tho hook nnu tiirow it in witli n splasii liko tho launching of a washtub, and await tho result. Alter awhile a feoblo-mlnded sunfish contrives to get fastenod on tho hook of a timid woman, and sho gives vent to her tonguo. uii, somotiiing'sgot my hook!" Full up, you littlu idiot!" shouted flvo oxcltod voices, as poles and hooks aro dropped and thov run to tho roscuo. Tho girl with tho blto gives a spasraodio jerk which sends tho uufortunato sunny" luto tho air tho full length of Sio lino, nnd ho comes down on tho nearest eurly-hoad with n ilamp Hop that sets hortoclawlnir as though thoro woro bumblo-bcos in her hair. "Oh, murder! tako itawav! Uurh. tako it away, tho na?ty tiling!" Then thoy hold up their skirts and ather about that flsli ns it skips over o logs, ono nil tho timo lioldinK tho o in uoui nanus wiiu nor loot, on Uio o, nsthoiiirlisho had nnevil-dlsnosed it at tho othor ond. Then thov talk vor: "How will itovorgot off?" "Aint it prottyr" "Wonder if it ain't doy?" H'Poor llttlo tiling! lot's put it back." KFJck it up," says tho girl who backs rawldly out of tho olrclo. HGood gracious, I'm afraid of it!" TL lio it's oponing its mouth nt mo." Wist then tho "sunny" wiggles off tho hook nnd dlsappoars botwoon two logs In tho wator, nnd tho girls try for an other bite. Hut tho sun comos down and fries tho backs of thoir nooks, and gots throo hoadaohes in tho party, and thoy all got oross nnd scold at tho fish liko so many magpies. If an unwary chub dares to show hlmsolf in tho water thoy poko at him with polos, much to his disgust. Finally thoy got mnd all over aud throw tho polos nway, hunt up tho lunoh baskets, climb up into tho woods, whoro thoy sit around on tho grass, and oat enough of dried boof and rusk and hard boiled-eggs to givo a wood-horso tho nlglit-raaro, nfter whloh thoy comparo notes nbout thoir beaux until sundown, wiien thoy go home and plant envy in tho hearts of nil thoir doar frlomls by tolling thorn what "just a splendid Umo thoy had." DOMESTIC RECIPES, Plum Marmalade. Chooso plums tnnt aro limy ripe, scald them till tho skins peel oil, nnd tako out tho stones, Allow a pound and n half of sugar to ti pound of fruit! lot them Ho In tho sti'nr a low hours, then boil to a smooth moss. Kick Muffins. Ingredients: Cold boiled rice, ono cup; Hour, ono pint; eggs, two; milk, ono quart; butter, ono tnblcsnoonful; salt, one tnblespoonful, Jiuai mo auovo togetnor very tuorougl ly, nnd bnko quickly. Delicious Muffins. Ingredients: Egg, ono; milk, ono pint; flour, ono pint; salt half a teaspoonful Bent tho egg light; add part of tho milk and nil ino Hour; tnen nil mo remnining milk. Bnko twenty minutes in buttered tins. und servo hot. Sweet Tomato Pickle. Seven pounds of tomatoes peeled nnd sliced; pour off tho wntor; put in n kettlu with three pounds of sugar, one quart of vin egar, ii two-ounco stick of cinnamon, ono-linlf nn ounco of whole cloves, nnd boil till thick. SiMNOi: Cake von Two. Beat tin whites of four eggs to n .stiff froth: ndd ono tea-cup of sugar, then tho yolks, lastly ono teacup of Hour. Tho whole rocclpt docs not mnko n largo cake, and It might bo easily Ivldcd. To bo per fect it must nlways boiiuttogetlicrin tho order given in tho receipt. CoitN Cake fou Two. Sift n cupful of comment Into n bowl or tray, make n nolo in it, put In snir, soda and shorten ing as for biscuit, break in two vsas. stir with ft strong spoon until tho eggs aro woll broken nnd mixed, then with now butter-milk or sour milk make into a batter. Baku In n brisk oven Have 1 1 io enku three-fourths of an inch thick when it goes in tho oven. FitiotssKK of Onions. Peel two or tlireo dozen of tho very small, round white onions: sprinkle them with salt: let lliem remain for half an hour; then roll them upon a oloth to dry tlieni s'Iglitly, and dredge with lli U"; throw uiem into a stow-pan in which you have melted two ounces of fresh butter; then tins them over a gentlu llro for live minutes; drain the fat from them, add a pint of rich milk, minced lemon-peel, wfiito pepper, suit and butter. Simmer lor ten minutes, nnd servo in (ho sauce. Mixi:i Ciiow-Ciiow. Tako radish pods, green peppers, long and round, green grapes, nasturtiums ponchos, cherries, string beans, cnullllower, but ton onion pour over them a hot brine that will bear an eg;-, nnd let them slnnil four days, stirrii g them overy daj. Then mako a ploklo very warm with spices, and after it lias been boiled, mill thu ingredients well dried from the brine, pour it over them boiling hot; mustard seed may bo added, and then It mint bo covered closo from thu air. This will keep, If well prepa ed, two years. Food for Thought. If tho nzos of human bolnirs wero to bo reckoned only by hours nnd days well spent, most of us would bo In oiir infancy. Mon nro cruided los bv conselenco tlinn by (.-loryj nnd yet tho shortest way to clorv is to bo iruided bv con science. Tho happiest lot for man. ns far as birth is concerned, Is that it should give him but little occasion to think much about it. Tho irroater tho difficulty, the moro glory In surmounting it; skillful pilots gain their reputation from storms und tempests. Uso nnd nssort vour own reason, ro llout, exnmino and nnalyzo everything, ii oruer io lorm ft sound and mature udgtnont. It Is no jrrent thlntobohumblo when you nro brought low; but to bo humble wiien your aro praised Is a great and raro attainment. Tho oxcessivo ploasuro wo find in talking of ourselves ought to mako us npprehensivo that it gives but little to our auditors. No man lias over yet reached to per fection: but no man has over been ren dered any tho worso by striving nfter Uownro of him Uiat is slow to ansror; angor, when it is long in coming, is stronger when it comes, and longer KCPl From "Unix- Elsewhere In this issue will bo found n testimonial of tho promptness of tho Hawkoyo Insurance eompnnv, of Dos Moines, in llio payment of its losses, This company has nearly 00 pollolos in fonw in Kossuth county, which of it self, shows its great popularity. Tho Calhoun county Journal says of it, that ii stands nt tiio Head ot lowa insurance companies, as tho auditor's roport of 1881 shows that it lias 8177,000 moro assets than nny other insuranco com pnny in the stnto, and that it has G4, 000 moro not surplus than nil tho othor stock Hro insuranco companies of tho state combined, and that consequently its policy is hotter ns a gunranteo than a policy Issued by nny ono of tho other companies and endorsed by nil of them. II. Iloxio and C. F. Cnlkins aro tho lo cal agents. A Card to l'ulillu. STAloona, Iowa, Aug. 10, 1881. I havo this day received of Uio Hawkoyo Insur anco company of Dcs Moines, through thoir agents, II. Hoxio nnd C. F. CalK ins, of Algona, tho sum of $155.20, in payment of loss sustained by tho burn ing of my dwelling nnd contents on tho 28th ult., boing just 12 iHys from tho date of loss. I onn cheorlully recom mend tho "Hawkoyo" to tho farmors of this county ns n company that deals fairly and promptly, without quibbling or dodging to avoid thu payment of its lossos, C. S. Coffin. AIYcotionnto mother (to hor sonl why do you cry, Johnny? What has hurt you? Johnny (crying moro lusti ly tlinn boforo) lUicauso I foil down and hurt myself yesterday. Mothor Yostorday! Then why do youoryto dayP Johnny(bawllng nt Uie top of his volco) Oh, cnuflo you woron't home yostenmy. I'o IIor- Nitru or Hucliu. After tho euilcrcr from a trouble of the kid. neyg has been drenched with bucliu, nitre and all sorts of diuretics, ho or she will And a cer tain euro In Kldncy-Wort. It Is tonic and pur Ifvlnir In Its action, andnlwavs cffectiuU. Jour nal of Kduwtlon. Mildmav has novor boon In tho hnblt ot puuishlmr his ohlldron, leavltiL' that dlsngrooiiblo iluty to his wifo, but tho othor ilny ono of his numerous progeny boenmo vnry unruly nnil ho wns obliged to sny, "Florn, If you don't koop qulot I shall lmvo to witli) vou." "Poohl" retorted llttlo H-yonrs-old, with a con. toniptuous toss oi nor dainty ho.iu. "Vou nin't tho mothor." , How to i;et Nlclc. Ktnoso vourself il;iv and nlirht. ent too mucli without, iixerclset work too bard without rest: doctor ul thu timo; tako nil tho vllo nostrums nurvriMvui nnu inun you win want, iokuow Hoiv Io Ktst Well. Which la answered hi tnrco words Tako III p Ultters I Sco other column. Exiimi. Tho IlcHt 1,1 It; rcMcrvcrs Warner's aafo Kidney anil LlrerCure. A promising youth recently surprised his father by nsking, "Father, do you liko mother?" "Why, of cotirso." "And sho likes you?" "Of course sho does." Did sho ever sny so?" "Many u nine, ray son. ".uui si becnuso sho loved vou?" she did." Tho boy carefully scrutinized ins pnrwnt, nnd niter a long pause asked: "Woll, was sho as near-sightcii then ns she is now?" Mnemonic unio incuts irrll llirro Ii lint one ri-mnly tht will roMlMlltjror donl.t. If It Liter or Lon.llpiillon. lir.prptlA, I I.I It t v. mewer ! rourliore. if, ilrugKllu. iuu nn; ticKt wru iicro II J Mitchell, llarllrlt A t'mln, f)c Mofne nPIIH lll-mtTi Iinpwi.r f. vonplmnn A small hriv U'fl.1 lltiftltirr iirirn It, n sterllo Held by tho road-slile, up near ni'iiiei, iniiinna, wr.cn n pasor-hy stopped, ami said, "'rears to mo your coin Is rather small." "(Vrtiiliilv." said tho boy, "It is dwarf corn.'' "But ii looks yaiicr." "Certainly. Wo planted tho yaller kind." "But it looks is n you wouldn't gel moro than half a crop." "Of course not." sa dthuhov. "Vi o planted heron shares." I-MI mtil .MtiiiltnM. A V lm nf Itdii Dli.tn ll.l.l,utnb....n.i.n....fu. from flic". nuiMultiH.il. rainntxl mice. tin. inure . linn. DritEreUls. Mllrhwll tln.il... j. .Ai 11... A llttlo girl who saw n balloon for tho Hrst timo on tho Fourth of Julv. win much astonished to find thnt it remained in tho nlr, nnd plied iior nttrso witli nil kinds of tittcstions. None of tho nn- swors, howover, seemed to satisfy liar, and tho statement thnt It Hoatcd becnuso It was filled with gas sho treated with tho utmost infantile disdnln. "No. Anna," sho snid with a sednto Sunday school oxprosjlon on hor young brows, ii is koiii up inero uv tho nowcrnt on of God.' Fnr llyaiiriialil, Ihillsrallnn. Ilenrenalnn nf Irlta Alliltlenernl llehllltt-. In their vartima f.irm.i no n n nrevi tit It i. ai.ntn.t t-Vi ni. ami a.hh nn.i...i.. er Inii ritiltiinl Feti ra. the "Krrrii.Pliii.i.U.irit. fit i.uxir r I'liiiaitt'ii," mnitetiy cnil . Int. nl A on., .Nety lurk, ami ,oM by allilniKKlata. la llio Uliemlckneaa. It iiaa niieqiial. ' iM'at Innnel anil fur nattrnta recmortnis fr..m If ..- n. A boy of 12 years. ii!i..iL'nthisunchi1s. Ilinrlii ciinli i rtil ilItitiMi flmi t.tct observed "Johnny, you nppcar to cat well" "Yes," replied tho urchin. "I've aaioau diivm t 4 V1IIIIIU1 illail 1113 ILI1I1L ncticlni' ontlnre nil mv lift.." " J uiircxiicnt'iircwitiiAllcn'Bl.uncUnlfiimror Colil.a nnd CiiBhslms lcn of tlioi.iojtmtlsr.ic- lorycnaraiior," writes uic KUltornr a lenlna pttx'r. He la only one In thousands who h n rlctl tlili "Ilnlfiim," nnd been convliu nl of Its 'Irtuunnil merlta. (!o nml ilo llkeuUp. If n Cmich or Ciilil nlllltta vnu. PERRY DAVIS' Pam-Killor A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Sprains AND Bruises, Burns AND Scalds, Toothache Headache. DRUGGISTS, FOil SALE BY ALL STOMACH Though Shaken in Every Joint And Ulier with fever nml ague, or bilious remittent, tin- system mny yet be freed from malignant virus wllh Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. Protect Ibu ty tern aKHtnst It with this benefleent antl-spsrn.odlc, whleti In furlliormnni n sunri'inu ri-mi'ilv fnr llnr .uiiijijiuiii, t uu.ui'iiiiuii. uj piK'fi.in. ueiiiiiiy, rneuina (Uni. kldm-y troulilci nnd oilier allmentH. F or mile ny nil oiuyiriiits aud Deniers tfineraiiy. AMD TM KiDaStS. WHY ARC WE SICK? Bicaun t" allots ttiu artat craani lot Ucotni clojgti or fwpJii, and iolsonou I Kmorian Uitrtforo Jbrud into Ihi wood tttat tMuldtotxpimttnaiurau'j, WILL SURELY CURE IKIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, I IFII.ES CONSTIPATION, VltlNAIIYI DUEA8C8,.'CMAU WEAKNESSES, AND NEU.'OCB UISOItDEItS, lb canilxa fr4 action of thm craani audi I tutoring thilr jKictr to tltrow off dUiati. Why suffer unions patna and arliet! IHh, toruienteil Tilth Piles, Constipation! Tliy frightened ot cr disordered Kldneysl I Why endure nervous or sick iicvincnesi FssIUONKY.WOUTaml r&UtlnhtalOi. Ilia rut up In lrr Vtatlablo Form, In On I I cans ono uckage ox which nuOvoe six quarts oil Stpaicino, Also in uquia w vnn T-cry voaccn.i tt'nted, tor Omwo tbat cauuoC readily prepare It. I tjrlt arts with equal tElclency in either form. I Q5T it Ok YOUII uuuuuinr, liuui, VI. WEI.I.S, IIICIIAIIOSON A Corrop's I (Will seud tin dry poit paid.) BlUUkCTOX, ' ifflSTETTlitv H I CCLECRA1ED 9m IQ IH EITIIKIt i.tqum Olt DUV t'OIIll M M Tbut AclNnttlionniuelline on rj 3 y UorruttKNi 1 im laatrlD, oenaonia Ut m. AvaatlAnnj lunjaratiriMrauanandalnUiuehllla. AttMailros I (wan th om of rour IiiomTi aJlaMMmoatlminadlaMmd wonderful Kaalta. lliaoldrnorgi returned and I fonnd j--... w i .u.m. iiB.w owu wirw boe.Uiat I aver the anmn time darlntt mr lllnei work, I know not what. Iilralt thaeredlt. na TUor oi bodr. haa oomi aUn clearneaa of f Thm Iron Tonlr Im t prrpnralian o JVo.l ItuHdr of Iron. IVrii. I Huh Mlnrk. nnrt Ifin. phatmt, amtrtrlntnt I Ht i reartabtm ArontaHf. Itmrrrrmm ererv )Ui-tfi trhrrrw a Tonic nrrmmnvu. MAHDMITIIID IT If OR. HAHTER MEDICINE CO., ID. U IIOIIH MAIS STBHT. IT. tPttfc THE LADIES AOHNTH LIKK ererniililtahcd, -or tIik WatnixnTrnvtn the nreaent time, lneluilei mnrli vati lilatorjr nerer before pobllihed. AiMreo, llllAI)lilirACOW)l, Fourth Bt., I'Mlt.,''! Towhlrh Uad.led a ltfih 'notrallnf Mrl OarlliM Life lusnrnncc. AlthdiiL'h not n day passes that doos not contribute Its quota of Indlspulnblo iroois or tiio great good conferred upon housands of ticonlu by wiso Investments In Lifo Insurnnce, vet wo find mnny who stnnd in doubt about ftvaillng thom selves of thlsblcsslng, cauicd sometimes ny disparaging remarks oi poopio who, Itrnornnt of its iirlncliilos. tr' to ntmear wise nv condeming tnnt wiiicii thoy nov er understood, thus accomplishing a much greater amount of mischief In a moment than thoy could remedy in voar. m sucu cases inoro is no douut but tho "sour cranes" fablo comes in somowhere. Wo can rocall romnrks mndo live, yoars ago about tho Conton- mai mutual i.uo Association ot isnr linffton, Iowa. "It won't oxlst a vonr," then "two," 6c, somo of tho propliots havo ceased to exist. Tho Centennial still exists, with all tho appoaranco of liror cnouc h to Inst a Ccnturv. Thoro is no safer nor cheaper Company in tho Country. If vou decide to Join the wise men," mniTc" '. .'. wrni,oMi General Agent, Lock Diutv v , tini lington, la., for Insurance or Agency. Dhawn HinTKit. i'ut half a pint of wt-'r tnlo a skillet, nil) a quarter or ii I.)0,lni1 ",f ,,u,.tor in n I"1':0 sl'"n.fl11 f , ... ..a . . lour: w :cn tno water nous, stir it in nnd lilt II. Im 1 n fiw iiilnntps! Mrniinii II. Willi . imrslov ohoniiptl Ann I"1"' -"oppcd nno. ki:sti:i nto.ii an:,vrir. Wllltiim J. Couirlillii. of gomcrvlllo. Jliuf.. -: "In the full of 187(1 I ttn tnkwi with Ktillnc of the lunps, followed by revere intljtlt. Id'. Hpln'tlte mill lli-Mi, was roiillmil tomy Iwtl. lu'tlie Fiitnini-r ot lsTTwns nilmlttiil to the lios pttnl. Tin- iloctir. rntil I liml a hole hi mv lunj: n Mi aslmlf a ilullar. I cave up liopp." but n fri ltiil toll! inunfDIt. VM. HAM8 HAI.8AM Olt TIIK I.UXUS. I ot alMittlcwhen I com-im-iii-di to fii-1 iK-tter, nml to-ilay I fuel bettor tlinn for throe yours pnt. I write this hopliur thnt ovorv one nltllctol wlthillpoafoil limes will take DH. VM. HAI.I.'S HAI.SAM, nml 1k ron-vltK-oil thnt C0X8UM1TI0N CAN UK CUKK1). I can iKinltlvcly eay It has ilone mc more pxxl than nil tliuotntr mcil nt I have taken ttnee my glcknrss. Uk- Dr. llalllilay'8 IIIikhI rurillcr nml you will feel like n new bvlnj: ami enjoy life heltrr tlinn yon ever illil before. For pale by ull Weeteni tlruUts. Inquire nnd you will llml 'Ilf.nk's Set.i'iii'ii Soai- Is heltl In the hlchcpt cfteoin by the people anil the innlli-nl prnfoKtlon, nunrcmiily for skin illreacs ami bloinlshos. Buhl bv all llrupKlsK llrix's Haiii and WnisKuii 1)ti:, Black or Brown, CUc. A MILLION iKlttll'S of C'AHIKILlNn, a ilorklor- lioil extract of iictrolcum, will proiluoc new hnlr on a million bald heads, lik l; Is romcthlni: that no other preparation ever dlf covered will do. '' Dmeelsts say thnt I.yiua E. Pinkiiaji'b Vkoktaiii.r Comi ounii Is the bott remedy for female weakness that thev ever beard of, lor It Klvcs unlversnl satisfaction. Fend to Jlrs. I.ydlaK. rinkham, 233 Western Avenue, Lji Xfuss., for pamphlets. All respectable dealers sell Krnrcr axle Rrease iiecnnsc u is mc. genuine ami gives periecisaus. faction. m Corri'ct your hablta of crooked walking by usini; i.voirs rnw-ni iicci suiiencrs. "To Do as Folks of Fashion Do." vou must se Olcnn's Sulphur Soap, which Is Immensely popular among ino cine oi sociotv, lor u is me most salutnrv nf bcnutlflcrs. Sold bv all Drue- irlsts. Hill's Hnlr nnd Whisker Dye, Black or jirown, we. I'se Hi (Mint's Itnssla Palve Chits. Burns. NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY! The first MUlon of the 88th collegUto yer will be gin on tbe FIRST TUESDAY OF SKrTCMllER. Mnimlflcrnt new bulldlnjrst th henlthy nnd brautl ful locution i lnc refined facilities fur Imnnrtlnc r thorough I'dnrattont offer Inducement! that cannot be furpaMcd In the Uultcd Statei. Catalogue... giving mil jiurucuuirruwiu uv bciu irvv on aiipucmion iu Verv Rov. W. Corbv, C.S. C. Pros. Nntrs IlRiiiei'. ( Imllnna. ily ol The llcst AdrnntnRos nt the Least l!i-iii-nae. Ti'n ncconiptlfbed Initructora. Tlnro Colloee CourkCft also, Nonnal. Commercial, nnd Mimic. 'Jhoivvuh itrilt tn I'lffiftroUon ttu(lt unit in ftorw tion. floartt wl th Faculty nl con. Srs-clal discount to Ministers' children. Kail term tifjrlns HKl'TKMIIUlt lrlTll. Pond for "I)ti MiAnti Cumnut' and full pArtlcnlara to I'rt-s. iiaviu ir, uall, lies .-noinrs, inwn. IlnTi-youadaughtertocdiicatiit If so, don't fall t( end for m-w prospectus of Callanan Collide, IHii Moines, Iowa. Address, C. P. POMEROY, Prost. STILL BETTER ! BOUND TO CLOSE OUT EVKUY TAIID OF SUMMER GOODS ! WILL CONTINUE TIIK JFt-OT-n ti ant Sale. CIIOICK IlAIltlAlNS LEFT IN Black and Colored Silkss, Dress Goods, Table Linens, Towelinas, Cloths. lliintlnir IteinnRiits Miirknl Htliri.mvur, JhiBt mftke a rlr an sweep of ALLTHE REMNANTS IN THE HOUSE. Tins npiiortillilty Hlinulit nut lin nilsnt-il liy iiuyiint. A fi'W SO ynnl lntt-rn left nf Ntiiumrr SllUh, flllttsf, worth li, 70, Hti, nml Wl.Oii nfpyuril. Wo luivn nil tin' new shnilra (Just In) Aini-rli-nn.lersfy Silks. Our pilct', Wl.lti-otlii-r.. i1. no. LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE WllOLXSaLK ADnKTAlL, aml!iS I'liiirlliSt.. Oft MolmK, Orders by mallor i pre promptly niM. BamrK- Maite; Scales The Genuine Fairbanks' Scalos are now tho ACKNOWLEDGED STANDARD throughout the World, havlnp earned that position bv thoir Uniform Roliabilitv, Ac curacy and Superi ority of.'Con struction. Imitators are claiming to furnish Fairbanks' Scales, nr ii flirt Mmftile Hu lamn ftl Viilrhnnki'.' IlDwomof uurh Imltatluiu. for Ilka ewimlnc Fftlr tiaoks Pcnlujinmde only I'Ks and T. VtHrbankii A uo, or bt, joHiuuurff, vi., witu tiaio exjwitncw workiMH, twioi m(tc7itnrit and puientHt improvi hit nn, which no one cio can ue miy ouiy ur u, or our aumnnzoa bpbu. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., Home Eicati innifot-Meil Atirlyveotra. ii.teiifei f.M fint,rfi.l rll lir'Oeaafofl. Virl i rur'erNm, reiiemii I MtrlHHlH, -l(lfrff. I. Xerrnun 1'rtH.trn- eie. if r.-1 Mini. leeneerom IVriTa.Ae J og f rom uaneral dewni to tueb u client Hint mr Inlmr wiu of a mop Iti did not sir ma math relief, but on the tontrarr. tklrutehllla. AtthuTlmeTIbeiiAathanaiiofrour Ino funic eteoedlnelf hor waa felloapd tr fmm whlrh I that fnr natural InM. 1 ra- roiiieaoi inm ionic rioov uainaHir have itooa twice the la- I tth tlia Iraiv.iill .m thousht nerer lieforo eoJored. J.I". WTaow.Tatornhrlatlan JTinreh. Trot.O. lithe TonlobMnot don tb. WAWTHIl for Tin Unina or Tin Wnrr. Ilnrai "1 inn., mi enetiniE dwr oi rYABM A htitorr of eurr Ailmlnlilratlon trvm I'aaanir ai.iibi1 fat. mm iiQusi. hop bitters: (A Medicine, not n Drink.) CO.XTAIMt nors, rircnu, .iiamirake, UANDUMON, Akdik Tciikst and PiiTMtniciLQeAU TUiur au OTUMtllirrtus. TIIEY CURK Alt nUci.nof tbeStamiich, llnrtli, I'KxxL Liter, KldnrTMiiid UrlnurroiRsns, Nrr- iguucM. DireiiicPBDCianu ctpcci&ur Kcinile ConiiUlnu. 8IOOO IN GOLD. Will to PM for a rase the x will not euro or Miir. ui iur miyiiiiuK iminirc vr injurious found in llii'tn. Alcrnr itrupRlit for Hop nitlcrinl tnr tbcui tcforc you slop. Take no other. D I. C. Ii an abioluto and Irrr.l.MMr rnri- for iiiBui)iiui...( uiu in upiuiu, iouihco aba iiarcoucR. Srxn ron Cii.ctlak. IliT MlUi, IU. Co., IImImUi. ,,ATorKnl4,Oi,l. AM .hA. At.l I .Ifiiro!!. For Two Generations Tho good nnd staunch old sUmd-by, MEXICAN MUS TANG LINIMENT, has dono liMU'o to ussungo iiaiu, relievo fitiiroritt?, nnd save tho lives of men mid beasts than all other Ihiimcnls nut together. Why? Becauso tho Mustang peno tratcs through skin nnd llesb. to the vory bono, driving out nil pain and soreness and morbid secretions, mid restor ing tho atllictcd nart to sound and supplo health. CH RYSOIr'- Oww i , M-ni A Sure t'ur! OWN TKY IT ! ' UKJifNoCuroNoPayl If yourdrucKl.t won't order It, tend (l.inund,cet; bottU'S, ehurgi a prepaid. NOK.MAX MEDICINE CO., Props., Den Jlolnes, Iowii FonSALSiiYi C. II, Ward A Co., Mlttt.fll. hhrft U-tt A Cram, Dm .Mntmii Ktillt r & Fuller, iUoftpo Ittcliardnon tt Co., bt. Lou U'hclemlu DruggtKti WELL AUGERS,- ROCK DRILLS And the 1ik..t .Maciii.skiiv in Hh Woui.iifo.' S" 0 BORINO and DRILLING WELLS by V. 71 Hons or Gleam Pcwer I JS Hook Fuss. Address ' LO0MI3 & NVMAN. TIFFIN. OHIO I I PENSIONS For KOI.niliKH. widows, fatl.cn. inotl.e i. ot rlilHr,n. TtioaitodirArDtltl.il. rcnii.t.i-lea f f flnjtcr,to.tf tr rujiture,arirov vviuh ty 1I Tn(iUnndj of ptlif itncri and rj entliUJ to ItItLAi: hi. I IIOl'sNT V. .ItlJI. r. i I'ATtHTS proeartil fr Imiouri. HolJim laQil wirr&Dtl tmirur.ii.litn.hl.nH ...l.l M..M.... llmid Inlrsanpf f..r jour rifliu m i u.f, K.iHK ni.lsnin for'-.Tfie C tii.D.h.,ldlir,,,ii.l I'm.".. unu imunir lawi i,anHi r. iiiitrnrlirr. W( eviruLrl. tlimi.nn.lii i.f -Lh.iiir. m,.l ri.rnt. I'aTturu'fa.Loik Uoift,tVut.iiiaiiu i il wimnd, ilt.ia.i.. nr Injury, ta t-iitltti'd lorinslcn. l'i:.MIl.Mi l01CK.NKI.-Mi.nr arc draw Inn Iruthiinrntttli'il to. Tbnusandsnf lli-lrr cnlltlnil' to Tension snil llinintv.- ItlM S'.l TS.II I'ANI'.M ru-oinui'd. vh.v.m0.m:i :.hfh iinlmicil. i:Vi:iSV NIII.I)rl:it illi.-lUM In llr.nnt ilntr h oiuiiot Lost IHrliariii ol lalni-d. Claims ul i-Vfrj I'lcrlntloniirriuri iil.i.d. I,.f. .ii i.. ...1. Ail. drini, wltliilumr. Hi ii, lir.ihl.l, ivin , .1 num.-? , Itnvfiim. n'li.tiii'Ktmi. V t'. One Dollar Th Hent ilory V it'rtn ttie WetU 4R iiJumtv cf vr umil utul cltoklytltcU I w ditiamitt4)r,rrlnt imnt ntd 1 tan in; i.ctdiri ta thu UniUd HtU, jtoHaj iid, Im (fuo XJullur u Vfiir, Vtvrj tew vuUoribvr g eU prcaluu. St nil fur moi to copy, Addmu ('IIICAUO isi:UUKIt, CUlci.g. Ill, n UrKe, uin t)j liiue-t Mli.y. and miUcil 5,000 Arch M Wanted fur UTe of GARFIELD It enntntns tiio full bl.loir of bis vc rj rvi ntful life im iur uu.iBnuy Biuiiiri io Biaaamnair I Hons of Kopli- am nslllPK for tills liook. isaselnatl lilin. am. tlltl limilr. Th.. Im.i.1 iLanon of your life Io mikp moniy, Hi ware nf '-unmix nny - imitation, i ins inn only numc-wio ami fully illustrninl nfi- of OstRtld. Ku.ilfor ilr sultits anil l.l tt rms to Aninis. AddrosH Kaihivai. l'rnt.iiiiKii Co., Chlraiw, 111. Dovenport Business College. r.stnl.llilieil IRfll. .OLsix-rlini nl Tuitticrt. inm-clsis lVnnirn. aro Scuder.li past yunr. (lood board at M.r wi-t-k. Ail. drrss, i.t'.lllnldpr A Vat. rntlor, iMviT.iiOTt, Iowa, fur Circular. M. Carroll Seminary, and MUSICAL CONSERVATORY, Carroll Co.. Tlt. "Oriil" Hfnf FrW 1f A rnr rjT?0 Culoni lit, Al.lr,HuUar4 juawiiuw AawrioatiiiiCo ,nn.but,a.ri -1 fTnTCJ lUvolseia. C.u;o,. r aidnas T-a MJ JLM Or. I..I w..i. Qui, Worsi. Mlt.t'irtt. fa. W.H.V, UcsMolue. vol is no an jiinise my jou snip r9 Jiut rriormi iii m vor, muc Bt. ami rutu Ave,, viuoago. in i j iimtr.