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I'^iliitp-j without merit or worth of his own,
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'f tne great l.»Ig -lour hundred" he is sure to be
known,
,r Wby in It so? Read right on and you'll know.
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A city has grown on his farm while be slept,
J-iy the thrift of his parents, who carefully kept
^fhe title thereto—though the buildings de
cayed,
Holding tenants of paupers aud hindering
a e
\Vhat matt ore to him, he he portly or Blim,
V :Of whatever form, he'n soon fa the swim
3t's enough for to-day, as the World rolls away,
That nuch can be leaders, for wealth holds the
sway.
s. In the "four hundred" swim, did you say?
Vr. -m the pork packer's stnll yccterctay,
theminef!. from the woods, from the Mlti
,v From combines, from distillers of malt
y- iv I Never mind where he's from in the State,
Jt's for von to bow down and respect what is
groat 1
i n e u n n e o i e w i i s a s a n i s v i
,.* there's only four hundred can get in the swim.
4%*» Neither wisdom, nor genius, nor learning, nor
"s wit.
Can control this "four hundred," not a whit—
none of it I
To be dressed, to
"be gaudy, to
be able to go,
Is the surest requirement that such people
know,
,^ud what of "four hundred," so exclusive a set,
'^Compp.red with the thousands that less notice
get?
Is it wise? ia it noble? is it worth a loan's
V-', "To be narrow and cramped, for the name, lor
f" 'when wo study the faces on history's page,
rJ
he writers, the statesmen of each mighty age,
,-i'L (Do wo class them as lovers of hundreds or less,
"I t)r of natures that millions are likely to bless?
Our artists and poets, inventors and brotherg
Way be lacking in money and the finery of
others.
I'u'-i.'.JBut with hearts and great souls a world will
delight,
Who live through, the ages like stars through
tbo night.
MONTGOMERY FEEL.
BY OP1E P. READ.
I shall never forget the first time I
ever
PUW
Montgomery Peel. He was
justice of tbe peace presiding at
the preliminary trial of Andrew Bruke
more, charged with the murder of Da
vid C. Cahoon. I was a mere boy at
the time, but I remember that Mont
gomery i?eel made ft profound impres
sion on me, and I also recollect that
•when my father, in answer to a ques
tion, said that a justice of the peace was
not a high officer, I wondered why Peel
had taken the peace wondered why he
had not declared himself" Governor of
the State. He was a very tall man,
with black, inquiring eyes and a great
growth of dark brown whiskers. He
presided as my ideal of dignity his
voice was penetrating and his questions
were to the point. At first every one
"appeared to think that Andrew Bruke
inore was surely the murderer of David
C. Cahoon, but as the examination
proceeded, as the justice threw the soft
light of apparent innocence upon the
dark complexion of seeming guilt, it
was plainly seen that the prisoner would
not be held to await the action of the
Grand Jury.
"Gentlemen," said Montgomery Peel,
urisiug and addressing the assembly,
"I have attempted to look with the eye
of calmness and wisdom into this ca^e.
I have blunted my ears to the whisper
ings of prejudice, and within myself I
have quieted every impulse that sought
to jump toward a hasty conclusion! At
lirst the evidence was bold against the
man, but what at first, seemed to be a
wall of evideuce now proves to be a fog
of deception. Andrew Brukemore," he
he continued, turning majestically to
the prisoner, "there are time*, -ir, when
we are called upon to face the trials of
dark severity. You have faced yours,
and now step aside without a stain upon
your garments. Gentlemen, it is my
desire that you all shake hands with
Mr. Brukemore."
The scene was affecting. In that
quiet Virginia community murder was
of rare occurrence. Indeed many old
men who were present had never before
seen a prisoner held uuder so grave a
change. Every one pressed forward
and shook hands with Brukemore, and
I remember hearing ~,a red-headed,
freckle-faced boy say:
"I reckon tbe folks air oryin', pap,
'cause they air sorry they ain't goin' to
hatig him."
This trial seemed-to make a different
man of Montgomery Peel, for he at
tended church more regularly, and
when his term of office expired he did
not announce himself as a candidate for
re-election.
One day, several years later, father
and I were riding through the woods
when we came npon Montgomery Peel
cutting down a tree.
Why, what are you doing here?" my
father asked. "You are surely not
chopping firewood this hot weather."
"No," said the giant—and he was in
deed a giant—"I am going to build a
house."
"What, build a house away out here
"Yes, for the house I am going to
build would be out of place anywhere
except in the quiet woods I am going
to build a church."
"It will take a strong preacher, Peel,
to draw a congregation away up here."
"If the size of the congregation de
pends upon the strength of the preacher
it is likely to be small, lor iv Mft to be
the preacher."
"You are joking."
"Did you ever know me to joke?" he
asked, standing with one hand resting
on the tree and gazing earnestly at my
lather.
"I don't know that I ever did, Peel,
but I can hardly believe that a man of
your bright prospects could content him
self with preaching in this lonely place.
Why there is not a house within three
miles."
"Peter sometimes preached many
miles distant from any house, yet thou
sands of people went to hear him."
"Yes, that is true but Peter pro-
,c-aimed a new and interesting gospel,
siwhile vou can only hope to -follow in a
&•"* well worn path."
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He gazed-inteatly at my father and
thus answered:
"We have seen a path that was worn
and then we have seen it de3'erted have
seen the grass and weeds grow where
the gmund was once made smooth and
bare by many feet."
"True enough, Peel. And now let
me say that if you are in earnest I hope
that you may be instrumental in draw
ing thousands from the wickedness of
the world."
"I dare not hope to draw thousands,"
paid he. "I dar. not picture to my
pajud a multitude flocking to hear me
but I will dare to hope to draw one sonl
away from an awaiting destruction, and
if I dp even that much I shall feel that
my churoh has been built to some pur*
pose."
As we rode along my father waa^ilent
for some time, and then, as though
speaking to himself, said:
*The poor fellow has lost his mind."
fhe report that Montgomery Peel
was building a church far away in the
woods naturally awakened great interest
the community. Many of the men
declared that he must have lost his
roiml, but the women, with thst bopefnt
fcynipatby which ever c\] ectn a good re
sult from au ostensibly pious action,
averred that he was appointed to bring
about a great reformation. Wives per
fcnaded their husbands to assist in build
ing the church, and thus aided, Peel
was soon ready to deliver his sermon.
It was on a Sunday, warm, bright and
beautiful, that hundreds of people
flocked to see him. I remember hear
ing one man, a cynical fellow, umark:
"Oh, he has gone off this way for ef
fect. He knows that if he had gone
into a regular church nobody w mid
pay any attention to him. He alwrv*
was a sort of theatrical fellow, anyway."
"Why do you cail him a theatrical
fellow?' the man's wile spoke up. "1
am sure that I never heard of his going
to a theater."
"Mary Ann, you don't know what
you are talking about."
"I know enough not to talk about a
man that is trying to do good in the
world."
"Good in the world!" her husband
contemptuously repeated. "There's
altogether too much talk these days
about men doing good in the world* If
a man wants to do good, why don't he
plant something and raise stuff for the
people to eat?"
"It is quite as important to take care
of poor people's souls."
"I don't know about that. The Lord
will fix the soul business.*'
The church was crowded. Mont
gomery Peel stepped forward on a
sort of platform, still majestic, but
with a sprinkling of gray in his beard.
A hymn was sung, a prayer was offered,
and then the preacher thus began:
"My friends, I will not explain why I
have erected this church other than
that I have taken it upon myself to
preach the word of God. 1 do not
come before you claiming to have been
directly called to deliver the world unto
you—that is, I heard no voice telling
me to preach, but I did feel that 1
could do much good, and that it was
my duty to spend the rest of my life in
that service. I shall attempt no revo
lution, and those of you that have come
expecting to hear a new doctrine, or
even a new explanation of the old doc
trine will be disappointed. I believe
that immortal fruit grows upon the
tree of sincere repentance. I believe
that each of us owes to God a life of
simple purity and honesty, Our al
lotted time on earth is but a few days,
and what should we gain though we
were placed in high position among
men, for high positions soon crumble
into the dust of forgetfulnesa and men
soon pass away. It is not enough
simply to declare that we love the Lord,
for love is often selfish it is not enough
simply to praise the Lord, for praise is
sometimes the offshoot of fear. While
professing to love the Lord, and while
showing that we praise him, we must
look with tenderness upon the
faults of others, we must speak no evil
word of a neighbor, neither shall we
bear tales, for the man who comes and
tells us that some one has spoken in
our dispraise may profess that he took
our part and hushed the mouth of slan
der, yet he destroys our happiness for
an entire day. Every Sunday hereafter
that is, so long as I am able—I shall
preach in this house, urging repentance
and k.iudness of heart. Many people
have wondered at the great change that
has come over me. This was a natural
result of so unexpected an action. Bea**
with me—come and commune with me,
and I do not think that any one will
ever regret that this humble house was
placed here among the trees."
Many yf-nrs passed. grew tip and
wandered in foreign countries. My
father passed away, and still, a letter
from an old friend told me, Montgomery
Peel continued to preach. I returned
home,and on the following Sunday went
to the log church, now almost covered
with moss. The congregation was sing
inga hymn when my friend and I en
tered.
"Where is the preacherT* I asked
when we had sat down.
"Hasn't come up yet. He lives in a
cellar immediately under the floor, and
has grown so old and infirm that we
sometimes have to wait for him."
The hymn was finished and still he did
not come. Another hymn was sung
and then a man arose and said that he
would go down and see if anything had
happened to the preacher. The man
scon returned. "Brethren," said he,
the old man is dead. Those of you
who desire to do so may come down and
see him."
Nearly every one shrank baok, but I
went down into the cellar. The old
man, shriveled and white with age, lay
upon a bed of straw. The place was
dark, and when we held a candle near
his face we found a paper pinned to the
bosom of bis shirt. Written on the out
side of the paper were these words,
"Read this to the congregation."
We went up stairs and the man that
had found the dead preacher thus ad
dressed the awestricken congregation
"Brethren and sisters, we have a com
munication from the old gentleman
whoso voice you shall never hear again."
He then read as follows:
"The hand of death is upon me, and I
feel that it is my duty to say a few
words to you, my dear people. You
have been *0 good, so patient and so
kind that I love you with all my soul.
I have loved you ever since I needed
youi love and sympathy. Many years
ago I was walking along a lonely road.
Night hawks may have cried, but I did
not hear them I could not have heard
the voice of an angel had it shouted to
me. I met a man I knew he was com
ing that way 'Hold,' said I. He
stopped and asked what I wanted.
'I want you,' said I. 'What do you
want with me 'I want you to give
me something.' 'What do you want
me to give?' 'Your life.' 'Why?' 'Be
cause you ruined my home years ago.'
I sprang on him there in the moonlight.
I cut out his heart and wiped his lace
with it. That man was David C. Ca
hoon."—
Arkansciw Traveler.
The Knffle »ul the Ply.
The scholars attending the
school, in Pottsgrove Township, Penn
sylvania, saw a very large bird alight
on a tree about 3(J0 yards from the
schoolhouse, on the Guy property, car
rying in its talons a small sucking-pig.
The children scampered off in the direc
tion of the tree, when the bird went
sailing away, leaving behind it the two
hind legs of thp young porker. From
the description of the bird given by the
phiidren, it was no doubt an eagle,
"It is hard to ask for bread and be
given a stone," said the ruleful tramp at
the door of the newly-married farmer
whose educated wife had just responded
to his appeal with three of her own
homemade bisonits,-r-Somerville
rial.
YOOB
WHAT CURES?
KilltcHnl tlftYre:.ce «f Opinion AM a
trim*
put «nt Sulycct.
WJr.it fs the farce Unit unst-i and
which i* th« most convcclont apparatus for
applying M? How far the regular phys
k'fim useful to ti* because we believf- in
lihn. and how far arc his pill«i and powdeM
and tonics oniy the material representa
tives of his pH'*onnl influence on our
health?
The rcsnvlar doctors core ihe honrtfco
pnihh: dwefors cure: .Hie iinhnemannitt**
Ciire aud so do the faith cures and tbe
mind tiros, and »hc so-called Christian
ei« tt. is s mid the fotjr-dollar-a'nd-a-lmlf
advertising itinerants, and the patent medi*
cine n c:i. They all hit. and they ail mUs,
and the great difference -on-5 great differ
ence—in the result i.s that when the regular
duetois lose a p:ttient no one grumbles, and
when tho irregular doctors lo?e one tho
community stands on end md howls.—
littchttter L'litan and AdrrrtUer.
Nature cutei, it nature can be aided,
hindered, or defeated in the curative process.
And the Commercial'* contention is that It is
the part of rational being" to seek and trust
the advice of men of good rharac tor who
have studied the human system and learned,
as far as modern science lights tho way,
how far they can aid Nature and how they
Can best avoid obstructing her.— Buffalo
Commercial.
It is not our purpose to consider tho evila
that result from employing the unscrupu
lous. tho igncrant charlatans and quacks
to prescribe for the muladfes that afflict
the human family. We simply declare that
the physician who knows something is bet
ter than the physician who knows nothing,
or very little indeed, a'jout the structure and
the conditions of the human sysVent V?
course, "he does not know it all."— Uochtiter
Morninj Herald.
I have used Warner's Safe Cure, nhd but
for its timely use wonkl havo teen. 1 verilv
believe, in my grave, from what thedoctois
termed Bright's Di-ease. -D. F. Shviner,
senior editor Scioto VazelU. ChiUisUhti Ohio.
til a letter dated June 30. 189ft.
The Value of Sleep. f. "V
.Sleep 13, tinder right conditions, a
wonderful tonic to the human system.
Few women realize its value, and yel it
is said that. Patti and Lucca and all the
great singers and actresses and famous
beauties, who, like Mine.' Kecamier,
were wondrously beautiful at an as?o
when ordinary women retire from the
festive scenes of life, have owed their
well-preserved beauty to sleep. A
beautiful woman who at f0 Tias the
briliancy of youth in her eyes and skin
and the animation of girlhood in her
form, declares (says the Jcnncss-MUlc.r
Mayazinc) that she has made it a rule all
her life to retire, whenever possible, at
9 o'clock. And American women need
the rest and refreshment which sleep
alone can give to overwrought nerves
and overworked systems. If sleep is
not easily induced, light physical exer
cise should be taUen nightly before retir
ing until the hlQpd is directed iuto proper
channels, and then, upon seeking the
couch, the eyelids will e!o« as naturally
as those of a healthy child.
STATEOF OHIO.
CITV
ov TOLEDO,)
LUCAS COCNTY,
FRANK
J. CUKSEV
makes oath that he

senior partner of the firm of F. .!. CHENEVthe
Importer of Perclieron and Shire Stallion*.
Odebolt, Sac County, Jowa.
LARGEST
IMCOKTATION
THE corn crop for
058
that
of draft stallions
to America this season. Quality tho very
best. First-class horse, either breed. St,000.
Two and tbreo ycur's time, 8 per cut., tu
abling horse to pay for himself.
1890
TEC
HAM'S PILLS
Weak Stomach.
Jour-
life will never rise any higher
than your belief. If you believe wronj^
jon will behaye wro»ff
iu tlfe twelve
following states is thus estimated:
Illinois, fi24,t'2s.71?: Indiana, 105,038,lfe
Ohio,
U2,A^.»,IA3:
Kentucky,
Missouri,
rol#
faahinneil
",0,020.410
184,588.01?:
Kansas.
98.247,-
Wisconsin, 41,487,920 Michigan,
41,835,311
Iowa,.208,454.SS0 Nebraska
74,484,009
Minnesota,'
kota,
Do
voim
22,332,012
19,592,004—-a
The itieg I'
It is a feiipraih
&
("o., doing bualness it! the City of Toledo, County
find State aforesaid, aud that said firm wilt"pay
the sum of
CATAKP.H
cured by the use uf HALL'S
that cannot be
(..'A I AIIUU
OrnK.
I'LL A N'K J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me aud subscribed in my
presence, this 6tb day of December.
A. 1.
18S0.
A. W. OLKASO*.
Noiay Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
nets directly uu the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonial*, frfe.
F. .1. CHENEY &, CO., Toledo, O.
jttTScld by druggists, TJC.
tarying Degrees of Ahsur llty.
The laws of many of the states to pre
vent the American citizen from enjovibg
a glass of beer or whisky are of varying
degrees of absurdity. Tn Missouri ho
may drink only when standing, and,in
Massachusetts only when sitting. In
Kansas he-must swear that he is afllcted
with th« cholera or some other Uiifase
before he can obiain a drink, in Iowa
also he must commit perjury in order to
get a glass of beer. Hut in Maine, where
the laws sternly prohibit the sa!e s::d
consumption of liquors, the supplies are
both cheap and abundant.—PhiladelsMn
licmrrt.
i.'IRAM C. WHEELER.
Da
total of
1,229,888,374
clothes last as they used lo°
not, you miwf be using a
Vinciler
Jf
snap nr uadihuj-
them. Try the Rood
iM-
Dobbins' Electric Soap,
p:ire, to-day as in
1SR3.
THK Indians at Big Pine, Inyo county,
California, hired a school teacher for
four months and sent their children to
school. The children were model pupils,
and nearly every one can now read and
write-
When Baby was sick, we gave her Casterta,
When she was a Child, she
cried for Castor!*,
When she became Mise, she clung to Castocia,
When the
had Children, the gave them Cartarfa,
AN artesian wol! was driven eiirlity
ftvi! fei*t tlirotigli solid rock at Pullman,
Wash., when water was struck. Tho
(list linrge is said to be 1,000 gallons a
iniiutle.
act like magic on 9
THK oraiigi crop iit Spain and south
ern Europe generally this year is a fail
ure.
THE GREAT.
1~ ,V.VI» I5 K AVKNTJLY
RHE1JE2ATISM,
L'.-mbr.go, JHeauache.Toothacii*,
N E U A I A
Sore Throat, Swellings, Frost-blt««»
S I A A
v
Epraius, Bruises, Burna, Scalds.
THE CHABLES A. V0CELER CO.. Battlmor*. IM.
TuH's Pills
atlmuluto»I..-1.i-jild
)l»er, strengt^i©® tho
digestive a, the bowt-'l^an4
ar© nuequiilt.it twsu
Anti-Bilious Medicine*
Elegantlyfinjpir coated. lo*o Hutall. I^rlce.
gg cent Otitoo, & 41 I'urU Vlace, N. Y,
LTOBEETBASH, BOOKS, ETC,
TUtsiied at. wholesale prices. Oqr Oorniauy Is
jot a member of ttie Noritivvoateru Lumber Pool,
euco c»n fell to eonsuiuew. aad urgently reqH*--i
uy one needing anything in our line to send to us
or delivered price!) at your tieare.-t K. R. ttatioi.
VddreM PinevUi* Lumber Co.. Minaeapolis. S i n.
165
Bright Young Men or
Ladies In each Countr.
A MONTH
and ar I tor
P. ZFEGLEa & CO., Sf. touts, Wo,
MHHH
fact that tho
fourth or ring Mi of the human hand
in not on a par ividi the other lingers, It
being the weakest, the least flexible and
the most rebellious in aellon. Scientific
men explain tins feebleness by the theory
that the, lateral tendons joining the ring
linger'to the others composing the hand
In a measure paralyze its movements.
To tho majority of people It
matters Utile that one of the
fingers should be Inferior to the
rest in strength?' as a scientific oddity,
however, it fs worthy of note: to tho
pianist or the player of stringed instru
ments it is a source of considerable in
convenience. As art can, in the present,
day, remedy most defects which incom
mode us, a medical man has thought
that something could be done to free the
ring linger. He informs those interested
in the matter that if they wish to have a
strong, flexible fourth linger they have
but to submit to a surgical operation,
which consists In dividing the tendons of
the hand. Tho operation, which is very
simple, scarcely deserving of the name,
has recently been performed on several
York, Boston and Krooklyit planists.
CATARRH.
TKotI-ocal.bat Constitutional.
I)r. iJio Lewis, tbe eminent Host on physi
cian. -iu a recent magazine article says:
ttA
radical error underlies nearly all medical
treatment of catarrh. It is not a dis
ease of the man's nose it is a disease of the
man showing itself in the nose—a local ex
hibition of a constitut ional trouble." There
fore. he argues, that the use of snuff and
other local applications is wrong, and while
they seem to give temporary relief, they
leally do more harm than gocd. Other lead
ing authorities agree with Dr. Lewis.
Hence, the oniy proper method of cure for
catarrh is by taking a constitutional rem
edy like Hood's Sarsapariila. which, reach
ing every part of the body through the
blood, does eliminate all impurities and
makes the whole man healthier. It removes
the cause of the trouble and restores tho
diseased membrane to proper condition.
That this is the practical result is proven
by thousands of people who have been cured
at catarrh by taking Hood's Sarsapariila.
IN Alsace not far from Worth, there
is now a monument to a young English
men who was the lirst victim of the
Franco-German war. Young Lieut.
Winslow, who was attached to the Ger
man army, was shot while reconnolter
ing with his staff by one of the lirst bul
lets fired on the French side.
WATER is somewhat purified* of
rather cleansed, in freezing, but hard,
clear ice contains visible suspended
impurities, and more that are invisible.
Snow ice is very apt to be unclean,
and the only safe way is to keep food and
water away from direct contact with
ice, unless'it be artificially made from
distilled water, a recent process that
promises to become very popular.—
Dr. Foote's Health Monthly,
maneuvers of
troops on the
plains of Saxony next summer is beina
discussed by the military meu of the. two
gr^at central European powers.
A
ONK HUNIKEi 1'IOLLALTS
each and every case of
PLA.V
»or
for colossal
German and Austrian
SIOOREWAltD.
Could safnly ho olTored for any easo of
L'\er, Kidney or Urinray troublo which
Ca'iiornia Kidney Tja will not permanently
uv. All druffcists sell this well known
remedy at a uniform price of 51 cents per
pa?k"ge. l! vou are a sufferer from any of
theso ailments ^ivo it a trial. A single
wkagu may givo you good health, a most
j.riotous boon. If your druggist is out
apply to California Kidney Tea Co.. Fair
l:o!d. Iowa.
lN«EXiot's engineers suggest that the
arteafan well may be developed by means
of electrical appliances into a powerful
aud cheap source of almost unlimited
power.
No Opium in Plso's Core for Consumption.
Cures where other remedies fall. 25c.
"Auc.vcHof Louisiana rice shows a
yield of 4.500 grains from a single seed.
That
Tickling
fa ywr throat arises from catarrh, ami s- Baterrb
is a ronstitutional disease, the ordinary cough
medicines all fail to hit the spot. What yon need
is constitutional remedy like Hood's fcar»aparill3,
which, by building up tli» eencral health, and
fxp«'!ins the scrofulous taiut whicli is the cause
of atarr!) and consumption, bas restored to pertei-t
health many persons on whom these diseases steal
to have a firm hold. Many unsolicited testimonial*
prove Leyocd question that Hood'a Sarsapariila
does positively rure catarrh.
Hood's
Sarsapariila
Fold by all drui?Kists.
C'. 1. IIOUJJ i CO,
p?rfc:Hy
ft six for $5.
Lowell, MiSi.
Prepared oalr
(OO Doses One Dollar
If tfou have a
COLD or COUCH,
Brutf or lfitdln io
CONSUMPTION,
SCOTT'S
5
Ol LITER OIL
AND XSYPOFMOSPHITES
OF I'ME AND SODA
xn aitrmj cuiiE POR IT.
This preparation contains the stimula
ting proieni68 ot the Hypophvxphilet
aud flue Aorweffiftn Cod Liee-r Oil. Used
by physicians nil tiie world over. It is as
palatable as milk. Three times as efllca
clous &s plain cod Liver Oil. A perfect
Emulsion, better than allothers made. For
all forms of Wasting Diseases, Bronchitis,
CONSUMPTION,
Scrofula,and
as a
Flesh Producer
there is nothing like SCOTT'S EMULSION.
It 1« sold hy all Druggists. I.et no one by
profuse explanation or impudent entreaty
Induce you to accept a substitute. I
EW PENSION' LAW.
THOUSANDS NOW KNTITI.KD WHO
HAVE NOT IIKEN ENTITI.IEI. Address
(or rorn.8 tor application an.1 lull inforriaUoB
WM. W. DUDLEY,
COMMISSION KH OF I'KNSICINI,
Attorney at Liv, WnsVjctoa,
D, OL
{Mantlon tfciiu FsperJ
UIKI
/si* Ask your Druygist to order it for yon.
UEN iOS i iili. nam* wairiNd
VootUU Martyr#.
Th.We tfft
martyrs
and
taartyr*
Sdifl* fff#
the loftiest, some are sillf in tbe moat
lmprovideiflf »enw, Th) ttortl improvident ex
actly applies to Hit) latter class, since they
neglect, to provide a^aiust threatened danger.
We con-,illiterate, but wo cannot respect them.
Auiong the silliest are martyrs io rheumatism,
who might havo prevented daily and nightly
recurring torture by tha early use ol Mostet
ter's Stomach Bit era, a blood elepurent moro
efficient in removing tbe \ir,is or this »m
p.'aia'o from the circulation ilu:i any thus far
brouthfc-to the notice of tha general community
e.nd the medical profession. It promotei
^•reaU'r activity of the kidneys, the chinn.t-1
ihi-o.jih which biood impurities, productive o'
rheumatism, gout and dropsr are priii.ipahy
esijeiled, and ii imparts a 'grieof vig ,r to I
dfgev.ioti and assimilation wbioh has a mojt I
lawi a.bl® bearing ou ihu general Loalt'x It al o i
rem*iies biiiduaneaa, kidney troubles aud'
Not Quite Accurate.
Mrs. Blossom (to her husband,
who come homo with a black oyc)
—That's what you get for riding a by
cycle.
Air. Blossom (mournfullj)— No, my
dear, It is what I get for not being able
to ride one#—E'ioch.
A PI.EASIfiG SENSE
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows the use of Syrup of
Figs, as it hcts lu horinooy with nature to
effectually dense the system when costive
or bilious. For sale in 50c and St bottles by
all leading druggists.
A
COLD
wave, as defined by Prof. T.
Russell, is a fall of temperature in
twenty-four hours of 20 degrees over an
area of
5,000
square miles, the tempera­
ture in some part of this area descend
ing to 30 degrees. Between 1880 and
1S«»0
no less than
691
Try a cake In your noxt housa-claaalns.
Ah Ohio man received $97 from an acci
dent insurance company on account of
being kicked by a boy.
THEKE never was a remedy that gave so
good satisfaction always as Dr. Bull's
Worm Destroyers. Physicians recom
mend them.
THERE are, a London correspondent
says, 15t» packs of foxhounds in England,
as'agiiii.-t i v: st season.
taste.
iffnifinm 'ti
1. Name
7.
Sr.yufir s
BED- WETTINC.f
Prn-«#t per package by
'or aaleliy alTHriggibt?' or at office. For circu
lars
toKtimoaiaiii aidrt t", with stamp., Dr. O. W.
F,
bNYDEli, 2«htate «t„ Chicago,
iftUDf
s
Qmts Eiery U'eeb finely IliuUraitd Jicad in 460,000 Fatmi^u.
Five Double Holiday Numbers.
Thtnktgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Easter, Fourth*of-Ju!y.
FREE TO 1891.
mur New Sakaci-ibei- who WILL Cl'T Ol'T and mad till adver*
thraest, with name aod Post«0®e# address and |l 73, we will
•The Youth's Companion FREE to January 1, 1891, and for a fuil year
from that date. This offer includes the FIVE DOUBLE HOLIDAY
NUMBERS, and all the ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY SUPPLEMENTS.
4s AD*™**, THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOSTON, Mas*.
"'K
.iLskV..
cold wave3 were
recorded in the United States.
"THE
humble receive advanta?#. 'Mt
MF*-
sufflciunt BUflfor lo.»s." If you will listen to
advice.lt w,H pay you to use
SAPOLIO.
RELIEVES
BKOTHF.RS
PAINLESS.
BEHCHAM'S PILLS on
~eo#rmwr
MUSICAL
flier© seems to be little going oa
in musical circles of late, but there
is much talk, among musical people,
of the marvelous cure of Miss
the high contralto singer, who has
long suffered from a severe throat
or bronchial affection, superinduced
by Catarrh in the Head, and who
has been perfectly cured by the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy,
coupled with the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. For
all bronchial, throat and lung afiec-
tions, and lingering coughs, it is an
unequaled remedy. When compli
cated with Chronic Nasal Catarrh,
its use should be coupled with the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh. Remedy.
Of all druggist®.
NSTANTLY.
PILLS
SW* WORTH A GUINEA
For B!Lf QUS & HERVOUS OiSOiHEIS
Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals,
Dizziness, and Drowsiness. Co/tf Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite,
Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurry, Blotches on the Skin. Disturbed
Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, Ac.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
UECHAMS PILLS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE fEM ALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH.
For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,
they ACT LIKE MAQtC, Strengthening tbe muscular System, restoring Inns-lost Com
plex!™, brinsint* iiMck the keen edge of appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF
HEALTH the whole phtiska! energy of the human frame. One of the best guarantees
to th» Nervous and Debilitated in tbnt BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
I»r-,, ir-d ottlv THUS BEI CIS
A M, At. Helena. I.ancu*hlre. Enclnnd,
Sot ft by Ihtt-jgi*!* generally. B. F. ALLEN CO., 365 and 367 Canal St.. New York,
Sols Azent3for ti)» United States. if drufrfristdoes not keep them) WILL MAIL
Children take it without objection. By drupgiats
JQNES
BIRSHArrOH
H. Y.
-o'
Box Tare Beati
r1-5 tap
EFFECTUAL
RECEIPT of PRICH,25cU. A BOX. (MENTION THIS Pavkp
Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicians
Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the •li.uru
s
T*
s I ai n. Yh ah a, ch ^rmii.s
^ddedto Hiingc. clea^nediby
k solid cake
of
Er*CUT THIS OUT, ANSWERING THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
of Stove..
*..
2. Number of Stov#*.
3. Name of Maker. ...
4. Latest Date of Patent*„ ...
5. ood or C03I.. .«... «.««•• ». »•..» •.«
6. Is Coal put in on top by removing lidsT
Is the lining Brick or Iron?.
8. Has the bottom Grate one or more parts? V
9. Give your hardware dealer the names of parts wanted.
EE SURE to order from your hardware dealer only. He will order
what you want from us. Don't destroy your old stove, but repair it,
A little money will make it as gocd as new.
scouring soap*
t«iny
our.nexhhouse-cleaning'^j*
Even the little pig in the picture is a mote
agreeable companion than a man with a dirty
collar or a woman who presides over a tawdry
house. But nobody wants the reputation of being
a pig under any circumstances,
EIULSIOK! REPAIRYOUR OLDSTOVES
AND-
SAVE YOURMOWEY.
The Northwestern Stov© Repair Qo. of Chicago,
Manufacturers and Furnishers of the Hardware Trade
Repairs for all Stoves and Ranges Manufactured
Ask your Hardware Dealer to order for you.
1. v*
IriE
BOOTH'S
(5MPANION
nee***
EPPSS COCOA
II
BREAKFAST,
"By a thorough inowfcklgtt of ffe*
which govern tbe qpsratturn st dimrtfoa
tl u„ a.s'J by a ear»fui applto
attoa of tha
ties of iveii-sjiectedoocot, Mr. Spi* has provided
our breasif&sfc table# with a. •'iaUafttaijf
erase which inay a® many kMtvjr dootofts bilia.
Itlauy tiw Judicious tw» ot took ttllatM *,
that aconKltutlon may bs dually built at mm!
strong snough to resist «r«ry taaaaaer tonhassa
Hundreds of subtis maladies ar* ftoattBf aKNnd as
ready to attack wharwsr thara to a wmk poSafc
We may escape many a fatal abaft bjr lrw|i(»| um
gplves well fortllled with pv« Mood and a property &
nourlsijt'.'l frame.
Mod strapiy
^nlr in tjaif
JAMES E
.re oft«n sold for the k'-ti-hw a »r* i
unreliab'p, tbut
One cake of Vaseline S -ap. unscentad tf
i Onecakeof V«seUueSoap.eiaui8itaiy acentea
One two-oance bottle ot White Vaseline
$ut
Or, for pnttage ntampt. any tingle rnrtMt 9t Us prim
named On no account bt ptmuadtd to accept fnrm
pour druggist any Vaseline or fir'partition therefrom
unless labeled with our name, because you wilt certain*
\j receive an imitation which hai little or no rain*.
CSittaeuiCi., 24 SUU X. X.
Dr. WOOD
OF
SCALES
iMS
Tbe Disability Bill
1B
frl«a U»i Fret.
per nail,
ID
"V
irtto pure
Otvt S*r
Strvtoi GcumtU,'
ply with boiling water or milk. &
pouod tins, oy Grocers, labelled thoc
t*PS & CO., Hom»op*ttto Ch$AMat^
I.oRDOff,
-tr YOC WISH £2,
REVOLVERA
rnrouas«
ont of the o»le
bntol SMITH k WESSON
aroia. The finest smaii arms
rver manufactured and the
firnt ch'-iee of all export*.
Manufactured in calibres ra,3fcarrt 100. B'n
pleor double action FU'. *y Ha-. *vipi and
'i'arKet models. OoiiBtrncted f»i
ity wronrht eH, u..:
rnar.Blrp and Block, lirj ar» i
rtrr»I'I it lid arrur*
bean mat ..
rULV
TOTMNI 'J RWFTH
WKSSON Hprolvers ar- a iron thohnr
rels wi hfirm's name, stiiirwR
and
and aro jjunrn tttecrf pfrf5ei ia pwi flctsu Ii
*istu vin l-.avlnjr the genoine srtule a m* if you*
«'.ea'cr
caanot
snptdy
jr-u
an.
tv-!o'.v will receive r^ompt an! a'*'oticr
liftHsr ptive catalogue and prica* rn «h«d npoo ap
plication.
a law. Boldiera »abl«4 altuw
the warar# entitlad. Dependent widows «cd parmtk
now d«pnndent whose tonsdied irom «fbotaofanky
•errlee are included. If you wtxh your claim
V+J
Sold
K -f
v of beet
'v -cted for
4 tor fl*t h.
It Hfl Rrrur*'-, i" bed««*i
wi 1
tlleable cast-Iron wta-is
4,-^"
rftt
SMITH & WKSiSON,
rVMentlon th'
paper.<p></p>-VASELINE
M»rlatt.
FOR A OXE-DOI k «1 i I
we will deliver, trae of all charue#. to any person I
tbe United states, allot tbe follosrinc article*, car*
tuliy packed:
ounce bott'e of Pare Vaseline Mete.
-ounce battle ot Vaseline Pomade.... 19
One jar of Vasel* e Cold Cream IS
i One cake of Vaseline Oawphor Ice IA
0ne
two
1 Une tw0
413 Fifth Street,
»SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
Kegnlar Gradup.c in Medicine—M
year# haryital a i pm aU praeUet—
lO in Chicago urn is »"r iork—Ke
tabilshed In Mou* City Nine
Ve!«r«— is stilI treating all Frtrmte.
NVrvotis. Chronic and Kpeelu
iiiscascii, Sperm»torrh»a,
beirtioai vVeaknees might lo*$et) Impotsacy
I Ctotr of sri-tinl power), and ail eiusle JDlseesee,
Trregu'tiritus. etc. Cures guaranteed or
money refunded Charge* fair. Term*
cash. Age and experience are important. No In
urlous ramllcines used -No time from work or
itisiness—Patients at a distance treated by mail
M'di'cuifj s.'r.t every-,vhere free from gaze ana brook
age—Stiite your case and send for Opinion and
TERMS—('ONAULTAMON NTRTRTJ* /VINFTIFPR'TINI WNWN.
BUT 'T BY
letter- Or. WOfiD has the IarK««*
i Medical and Surgical Institute and tf*
I and F.sr fnflrmarv in the Weet —Hoowia fur
t-nii Kts at fair rates.'fscOlttes to meet any enter1
f.wiles--during
er.cT A Quiet Home and best care and *MU /or
Pregnancy and nnlinrmfnt— Sot 4c.
istrated BOOH, and MKDICAS.
i£3F~Meution mis oa»er./
poEf.a«e for Illustrated BOOK
WlKSAI
F*T FOLKS REDUCED
"iv-iKiiC jearfe ago I had am uttucSi
of Spina) Meningitis. After raw?
ery I took oa 6©sh rapidly,
^aiid yide continued ko pain eb«-
an and limbs blosted, heart troubled me and cau!4
bOHk'celv breathe After taking lr. Snyder's
two months I lost 28 lb«, my pains were gone and I
breathed easily and naturally, t)r. Snyder's treatmftat
i* pleesant to take antl ha«* done m« great good.' Mra,
Mary Rr.mag^, Koss, Washington.
PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL.
No starving, no inconvenience, harroiem and AO bii
effects. Btrictly confidential. For circulars and twCk
moair-ls address with 6c. in stamps,
DR. O.
W
F. SNYDER, 243 STATE 8T„ OHIOAOO.
MENTION THIS FAFER wkk WBITO* TO
If^You Want to Know
human «y*tamf
"t o n s a v e digfaw nuta«4
'Hoiv arou^^rjgfii,? of ignoranae and indmerttla*,
flow 'ijj*\£ii.
'-try o all forms of itteatt,
JHotc to~e*u-'Qrtmpfoid EIJ*3, Rupture. I'/iiwoiu, »t».,
How to matepMipfip'/ tn Marriage and hatu %mxt
and ai Doctor's Droit Jokaa, profuMljr tllaav
itaEed7~Seinl ten cents
for new Ltugh Cure &»k«
MEDICAL SENSE AND NONSENSE/#
U. HILL I'tB
CO..
i» Kast 28tit it.. New Tor*.
to mm
N OS FTRCASS
•otiftoev«t»to
Ml
«t!l7
A
jftsg MMs
'ir* ,.r!a 1 TfillF ftl
ca'. for trial la. font
•inn home before yo*
buy. Loral AffWSta
Sell Inferior ics-•!.iifn!s or
!.l« what
weMk.<p></p>PENSIONS!
C&:aiogue fre«
VI. A- SK1TII PI AN« CO..
i:»»» si** »t.» M.v.
MW»
a«S?J§srMi' JAMES TAKimr
L«teCommlsilonerrfPeB«l
I
The"LiU!fiBeaat!f" AS5J0 Scale for SI
CajMuity i*i. i» 4 St«i joki I
$525
i, C)
k&m i
SCALE
A S-Tas Wagec
A
1-T.& .ad Stock lUek
IU
«, »&0 e«i Mill ........M.M
SiO.OO H.'»1 Can..... U.M
A ft ^.00 Hwem.... T.M
A *«0 lb. iitorm Sc«l».. S.M
rnirAto se^tuLE («., cumm. nu
I preae-ibs and fully «B
dorse Bif U as th* only
specific tor the certain c«u«
of this disease.
U. H.IKORAH A.K.M. D
Amaterdam, St. Y.
V"e have sold Bif Jot
,ny year*, and It hat
ren tlia beat «f aat!»
ctirn.
y f'S by tM
•s*i "smkii Oi.
CSaoi
O. B. DVCHE 4 (X).,
Chicago, 111
Sl.oo. Sold by Druggiem
Msi-k
ZA3TBS, ti .-(• Dr. '-e Due's •Periodical'MHs.ifrosii
?.rU, rnu, £4l.bt
i.bed in Europe, 1^39 ISM ruiii,
1878 tTniied Sul«s, 1887. Cnre*
.11 sappreuioat,
•Kintbly deran^eioenU. S»fe, harmless, Ti»» 'pwirtm#
xuuitaot b. Uken during prfga^cy. Tbe l»rg» fwojiort
-a i 4^
to which l.diet tr. liable is the direct result of ti^rd.nd
mA'
IrreguUr n.*ns,tru»tion. Continued rooothiy *uppres«ioaft rwut kn
blood p,):ionin2 *ud quick eooKoaiption. a er 3 tvr
[MtttMof BlklctS. ByMaS. E.B.TREA'
WANTED
SOLDIERS
STEREOPTICONS
CHi5l!C0-
HORffimjIlMSiAOiDEMY
tilt.111..4
OOLOHBI. H. P. iJAVtjDfttvs, fhtpwtuteadcBt.
Orac-i^ .i- n suta Militia,
v
pl.ila u.led envelop., on **c.ipl of price* Th. A
CIS Pitl Co., Wholetaien .lid Royaitjr f'rfprieUlea,
The genuine pill uld by SEDGWICK A DEL O S O
Sloaz Cilf, Xow^ W boleuU ud
Ketul A^evU.
ACCMTtt
«snd for
K. B,
SJ €t
1 w-Mo*K»«,
Iw^lljFjPi Wasblugrton.
Successfully Prosecutes Ciabrrts.:
ite^rt-jcipal EnamirwI' Is Peosloa
lUamar, I.: ad,judJcatiUjiclaims, *tt?
l?5f^t©S2S0.—
terred w! o cm rurcltii
Btue h» businoaa
ItaNy to-, t. alio.
iiUti 11 F.J!o..u«oufcCo 100wk2*tti .itu'U
4
s.bfTtjZuw
"-^*i
1592,800
idresses of soldier* wfeac
-teadfd a less nusaler
acres, than 160 st aajp
bef Jul!
HOMESTEADS MUSTS"ti04.*'51
uLbuN, Denvt-r, Colorado. MTMentuoa UiU]
MciNTOSN
BiHery IU Optical Cft.
MAGIC LANTERNS.
I jppEDiNE.iSffivrurr^'Tjfi
relief for cold ur p«r.ph*ta{ feet. Oa sala
•aarywhst 8. or lent free tn receipt of McM,
Baaipt« }ac»a*e freu »t or iu*U*4 Sara
4l«r liiuitratad raupbi.i Cr«a.
*HB 1'gOl.N* CO WOKLD U LD'O, K.T.
tl
.. .j.
A MONTR rm
work mtoi n» 1'ersoMi
a lnr».» aud vt- their*
Hpare n.ay b%l
A tew c. iu wwi «y|:
awa£Vi
Instrttotiooa
II
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si t-.rui
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