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cs. a 4 "v I ft "5 t . I 4 SPRAINS. Why They Aro So Revere and now They Should Ho Treated. It is comraouly Fair! that a Fpraiuwl 4 joint is worso tiian a brr.ken banc, and ' this is cftcu true, for in a feverc spruiu J the injury is renlly greater than iu a 4 Biniple fracture. Tlio nnkle is perhaps Itho most frcqnently sprained of all tho Joints, though the knee, elbo-v and wrist are also very liaLle to La injured, , h falls especially. J A sprain of a joint varies greatly iu f severity. It may cousi.-t of a simple, uSt wrench, without the tearing of any of ,ejj tho ligaments, or it may bo a more ex- tensive injury, stopping just short of a dislocation. 4 In a moderately fcvi ro caso ono or f mora of the ligaments of tho joint will I bo torn slightly, or possibly complotely across, Hie meniijraiio nrueatli tno lig aments, whicli retains tho lubricating fluid of the joint, will bo ruptured, per mitting the escape of more or less of this fluid into the parts about, and giv ing rise sometimes to a considerable swelling. This swelling maybe increas ed also by on effusion of fluid into the joint, especially if iuflannnal.ion si ts iu, and finally there is usually a slight cr even sometimes a quite pronounced es cape of blood into tho tissues, and this, gradually working to the surface, ap pears as a black and bluu stain. In moro severe cases the tendons pass ing over tho joint and attaching thr muscles whi ' movoit to the bones may suffer considerable damage, or one of them nr.y be broken or torn from its at tachment, bringing with it a sliver of bone. Where so much harm lias hi en deno to all tho parts bones, ligaments, tendons nud muscles it is easy to un derstand that much pain will result uud that flic euro will be tedious. In the treatment of a sprain tho first thing to be aimed at is to relieve paiu and previ nt inflammation, then to favor healing of the torn structures, and after that to restore the life of the limb. The first of the se ohjct:;is accom plished by nbsnlr.ti! rast of the injured part, tho limb being raised, anil by lead and opium wash, a spirit lotion, or such other local applieations us tl.o physician may prescribe. Swelling is prevented in a measuro and pain is sometimes re lieved by firm bandaging with a l'au liel bandage. When tho swelling, heat and pain ere gone, the limb should not be used too soon, but should be brought gradu ally back to health by cold douching, dry rubbing in a direction toward tho body and passive motion. Ic is some times necessary iu very severe ca.-es to tri at tho sprain by means of pplii.tJ, ex actly as if it wero a fracture or ditloca tiou. Youth's Companion. MUZZLED DUCK8. Not Uccauso They Might rite, but to f;l lence Their fjuacrkins;. f A baggago mau on tho fc'auta Fe who runs into Kansas City from out iu tho wc-ttru part of Kansas has lost lots of . deep. It is doubtful if lie can ever catch up with it. Ho leaves Hutchinson at Mught anil reaches Kansas City in the , muming. Nearly uxvvjf night he brings (.in his car two or three coops of live t'u ( mobtio ducks. During the night, when I ho has no baggage to deliver at small stations, it has beeu his habit and privi lege to lio down on an improvised couch and doze. With tho advent of (ho ducks the dozing stopped. Tho almost uoii:-r::iit quacking cf tho ducks, who could not understand their strange environment, would not permit of sleep. For many nights as he lay awake, ho planned relief. Ho thorght of strangling tho ducks or chloroforming them. But neither expedient seemed good. One uight a height idea came to him. After he had pat it into execution tho ducks wero silent. Tho next night ho had two coops of unusually tciferous ducks. As eoon as it canio tiuio for sleep he wrenched a 1 slat from ono of tho coops, reache el in aud pulled out a duck. From his lie.cke t. ho took a small rubber band, which he ' slipped over the duck's bill just back of tho nostrils. The duck tried to quack, but tho rubbir baud, vhilu it etn tailed a little, would not permit tlio duck to tj opeu its bill far cnmipdi to use its ?' tonguo. Only n murmur came from it. , Ono by one Iho ducks were mu..h .1, 4 aud tho baggage mau rested comi'oUa- bly. , The commission men wero surprise 1 "V next morning when they received a h i: of ducks witli rubber bands jirouud their bills, and when the bauds v. ei e i . - moved tho shouts of protest from the ducks wero deafening. Kansas City Star. "Ily Hook or Crook." Iu old times the poor of a manor wero permitted to obtain as fuel Urn dea:i wood from tho surrouniling woodland. Tho dead twigs and branches which were beyond their reach they were al lowed to lop off with a hook or a crook. There is n document union;; tlio rec ords of tho town of Uodmiu which given tho right to tho burgesses of the town, under the concession of tho iuior of Bodmin, "to bear aud carry away on their backs and iu no other way the lop, crop, hoop, crook and bag wood; iu the prior's wood of Dunmeer. " Another part of this paper mentions this as "a right with hook and mink to lop, crop and ei.rry away fuel, etc:,, in tho same wood. " Tlio dato of this record is IOS.j. -N'ew York World. What Ho Thought. "I know," said the candidate for the email office to tho veteran, "that you wouldn't sell your vote. " "No, sub, I wouldn't !" "That you can't bo bribed'.''' "Now yo' talkin, sub!" "Kut suppose I should jiiako you a present f 10? What would you thiuk'?" Tlio v,ter looked thoughtful, then ''id, "Well, iMurse Jim, jedgin by y.i' pas' record I'd either think yo'd ilo.-io Ins' yu' mill', or else yo'u iu do tviiisiMi-lVitiii busi iiess!" Atlanta? Constitution. Tho Supremo Court. Justice, lirewcr has noted some curi ous coincidences in regard to tho mem bers cf tho supremo court. The judges Itro seated on the bench on either side of the chief justice in the order of the (kite of their iippoinlnn nts, to senior at the right, the second at the left, raid so tin. L'eloro thu retirt mi nt of Justice Field on the right of tho cliief just icu Weru seated tho threo colors, Justices Gray, Brown nud White. None of tho ussociates who sat ou tho right of tho chief justice iiad children. Kmt.y asso ciate who sat on the left hud a hug" family, aud all but Judge iVckliain had srandchildreu. New York Tribune. SHE MISSED IT. Eceaiiso What the Congressman Bald Did Not Apply to Her. "I know what I uni talking about," remarked a member of congress, "when I say that a congressman has trouble of his own. It's a fine thing to bo a states man and show up in tho national pa rade. o greatness at tho capital, hut there's a good deal more to it than that. And one of tho things that is hardest to bear is what they say about us. Why, a lady can't come up hero and ask to see a member that there aren't a half dozen peoplo to wink and shake tho head and a lot more of the tamo to mako him wish all tho women wire iu hades. Of course there is some ground among us for remarks, just as there is among preachers and doctors and hod carriers and everybody else human, and I know a woman or two who find their chief delight in trying to involve congress men and other officials iu any kind of a flirtation that comes handy. They aro pretty and persuasive, and beforo a man knows wlint he is about he is down iu tho se nate restaurant paying for a luncli ! and listening to some kiud of a tale of woe. ; "But they miss it now and then, and I am glad to uota an instance. A mem- . her from a northern stato had been in- ; vited to call at tho lady's hotel tho next day, and she had asked him to let her know if ho could come. Ho wrote, say- ' ing among other things, 'Tomorrow, ; madam, I hope to see tho loveliest wom an in the whole world.' Naturally sho was pic-used and told all tho peoplo around the hotel about it. The next day j he did not appear, and the next she saw him at tho capitel and asked him what he meant by treating her so. " 'What did I do?' ho asked inno- : cently. ! " ' i' ou said yon wero coming to s:eo mc, ' sho said, blushing at tho renieni- ; brauee of his words. " 'I think cot. ' ! " 'linked you did,' sho insisted. 'You said you would see the loveliest woman . in the world, ' and she blushed again. j " 'Oh, I b-.g your pardon, ' he said, smiling. 'I meant my wife, fcho just ur- ; rived yesterday.' " Wu.-hiiigtou Star. THE STEAMER'S CHIMNEY. So-.no Details of Interest rirsnrdics Its roustruetiotl and Use. The stroller along tho wharfs who should see rising from the smokestack of a big steamer a small and at tho start perfectly deliiy d column of smoke which seemed to come from a small snioko pipe within the big ono might wonder if the great smokestack was tilled with smaller stacks, one for each boiler. As a matter of fact it is not so filled, but there is within it a nnaller smoke pipe called the donkey stack, which is tho chimney fur the boiler of tho donkey en gine, which is used when the vessel is in port in hoisting cargo i:i and out. It is from this pipe that the small column of smoke is seen to issue. The donkey stack is placed emm times against the forward inn- r side of too big stack, sometimes against tho after inni r side. It may be a complete pipe, or it may be formed of iron iu the shape of half a pipe, with flanges live ted to the main pipe. If a single one of tho laigo boilers wero used, as it might be when the ship is in port, it might bo connected with tho donkey stack, hut in their regular itnd common arrangement and Use the uptakes of all 1hcse builds run into the great chimney, whose whole interior is open, except for the braces running: across it to strengthen and support it. The chimneys of all large sUamships, however, and of many other steam' ves sels as well are built double, with an inner and an outer shell, with a spare between varying according to the si.'J of the vess' 1, It may 1 e from live to ten inches. Tho primary purp'se (if this chamber around the smokestack is to afford vent ilatio:i for the engin i room and tlio stokehole. I'l at least c no mod ern passenger ship ventilating pipes from tlio passenger quarters have been carried to these chambers. Incidentally the space be! wei n tho shells helps to keep thu stack sightly, for thus con structed thu chimney h; eci ! i' en the ouNido than it would otie rwi-e 1 e, and so it holds paint the better. New York Suu. A Trade Soer.-t, "Oh, 5tr. t.'caiincrtoti, " sho cvlainicd effusively, "I have be. u waiting to si u you! I wanted to toll you how much I appreciate that pnein you had i:i the latest issue of The Cere brum Magazine. " "Yon mi an the ono that begins: "Tlirrmprh I'o turvrid depths v.-e ol-.nl nil.1. plow Ami rlaiiibev on, we knew not how, To linil iho .'unls t lint promised rest But weary slatting points at lu st." "Yes, "she answered, with dreamy, downcast ( yes. "I like tb.it. And it gets better as you go on. It gets very much better. There" were parts of it thut I could hardly understand at all." "Oh, you flatter mo!" "No, indeed. You ought to do moro things like that. You ought to writo in a more dignified measure aim l a pro found, you know. 1 liko that so numb better than those little things that sound us if they weru dt.no ot'ibeud. Yet I know there must bo u great teiuptat'on to do that kind of work. " "There is," was the uuswer. "I very luti rowdy est aped making this one sound eo. ' ' "Tell me how." "I had to send iho thing away in a hniry. I didn't have time to make it sound ofiband. " Washington Star. Tho simplest puhliu railroad now op erated is thought to be ono between Atami and Odawara, in Japan. It is a narrow gauge road and is run by man power. Tho cars have heats for four persons each, who sit back to back. A train consi.-;:i of two or thre e cars and is drawn uphill by half a dozen cotdies. A niunus'.Tipt Hobrewv kibl in tho Vatican weighs Ib.'O pounds uud is tho largest Bible in the world. Too y.tu li I'or Mini. "I will giiollbU to anyone who can equal in y tricks!'' shouted the professe r of le gt rtlemain, who had the sttige. "I accept your ofi'ir," uni'vercd a man us he pushed t lining h the crowd. "Do you belong to the peiie.-h'." "Maw; I manufac ture pas nie't i rs." "Then I withdraw tho proposition." Detroit 1'ieo i'resrt. Uhc b'i thiai cataci n.b.:. are f0 miles in extiiit. ai.el it is estimate el that lroni (i,UOU,tKiO to lii.oou.OUO dead uro there interred AMMONIA SAVED HIM. PENNSYLVANIA DOCTOR'S EXPE RIENCE WITH WOLVES. fc.ost In a Wlldcrue?, lie Had to Atmmlon Ills Horso end For lorty-elffhl Hours Curried on a Contest With His I-lfo m tho Ptalie. Tlio following is a true wclf story written from data furnished by Dr. I'heiPtmi of Lewisburg, Ii., whoso fa ther figures as thu hero: "About tho y-P.r 1843 wolves wero abundant iu Tomhiikeu valley, between Catawissa ami Ilazleton. When the Catawissa railroad, a part of tho Phil adelphia and Heading, was being built, Dr. Thomas A. II. Thornton, a practic ing physician, ono cold autumn night was called out of bed to visit u patient about 0 miles from bin home, At that tinio thcro were no regul ar roads as we now have. Iu their place tho traveler used narrow paths or trails. Br. Thorn ton in his anxiety to reach tho bedside f the suffert r attempted to mako a short cut. Ho lost his way and for a week wandered through the wilderness and, having no gun, was obliged to subsist on roots and herbs. The doctor was ou horseback and afti r wandering aimlessly about the pathless fe.re.-jts for four or five days got into a large s-.vamp, where tho liorso stepped into a quag mire, from which his owner was unable to extricate him, and tho animal had to be abandoned, imhcddt d its ho was almost to his belly in the soft and boggy bed. Tho doctor removed the saddle bags containing his supply of medicine, etc., threw them over his shoulders aud started olT. "Several horrs after the ilnetor got out oC the swamp where be lia'l aban doned 1 is horse ho w..s lmrrilied to see that ha was being followed by a band of five or six wolves. At first tin y k. pt at a respectful distat'eo vlni .stones wire thrown ut then, but finally, as if they appreciated the in loless c; uiiiiiou of their intended victim, and as dark ness canio on, tlio hungry, Lloodthirsty band became bolder and boldi r. They circled around tho terrified and jaded man and, closing in, started to t.ttack him on all sides. Ono more vicious and impulsive than the otiu rs made a spring at tho doctor's throat, but a well direct ed blow from a club temporarily dis abled the animal and caused his raven ous companions to discontinue at that time their premeditated, autl combined attack. "The doctor, by this thrilling episode and tho frightened conditio:! of the wolves, succeeded in going perhaps u inilo unmolested when, to his great horror, he found tho whole pack, led by tho vicious bruto lie b"lhvcd lie had maimed with his club, hot on his trail. The stunning blow administered to the leader of the how ling band seemed to have only intensified the brute's cour age and thirst for blood. The man, weakened ly 1 i!ig exposure mid loss of food, realized that he would soon 1 e t' in to pieces if ho did not adopt Kuiue new means cf deft use. "Fortunately, as tho animals began closing around him for another on slaught, lie readied a high rock and mounted on its top, where a giant tree served to protect him from falling back ward. Ho reached this eminence iu time to provide himself with some stones and two or tiireo good clubs be fore his pur suers started to attack l:i::i. He stood back to the tree, and us the animals at tempted to come tip hedr.ive them back with his pri;;:itivo wtapu'is. A large stonu hurled with gnat iVicu and sic curacy broko the head of oi:n of the as sailants, in 1 this i;;ive the doctor a breathing spi 11. "Tho man, however, realiz-d that he must soo:i quit bi-i refuge, and, remem bering tbat bo had iu bis saddlebags a large bottle full i f amnioni::, bo deter mined to employ it us a liaal resort to save Lis life. lie quickly removed ono of his f;ree;i lvii-.'.a Lggings, tied it se curely to a stick, ami after suturating the h ftuiitft with ammonia be boldly started down the r :iky promontory to ward tho wolvts. Tin' i en:. ing animals, apparently aw.iro that uu cnul t l.-. moro easily ovcrp-.iwi red mi level ground, separated, tlmik if and penuittvd him to pro.ee 1 te'.i nd hundred yards Kforo they n :it wed the pursuit. They did not. however, allow much time t i elapse be fore t':ry took 1 he trail f ti)..' man who had thus far so. en :ces.-;l't.lly I aiik d their pow,.r-'. "The dicier rtor.d sti'l and waited until re t-2 the Imtisru bid within uu Tin's h-i.;.:: h, . hi n he struck him in the lino with the loth sati:reted with e.m:iio:ii i. Thi-i r mo.-t iti.vd irel uni. '.u! .;: who r:ui o:'i' howlim; v. i more i f tho h.r.i i w ere too mouth:; . ii h lie s.. and they .:!.;; kit. Af.i r i the vol vt s followed the i . 1'ption w.:s a e il l' ! he' wolf, :'i p.iin. Two :1.',: p.-.l across ler.i.ed klie, hi i xrt'i'i; nee o I r till dav- light next nieiniiu'.' the chase, which Hi v.-ue-i t.i y gave up i tb y b ;d e e rti'iea d for which '.ri p.: ..ti'j'it.hly lied iu a most horrible 4S hours and would have res death if if had ne t b, en for the contents if (he ammonia bottla. "Dr. Thornton ru c:e d in finding a I hanty-occupied by the eieu ooiiMruct ing the Cu! .iw'is-a railio.-.d, v.-'.u ra he win car 'fully carol fir, i :.d mi Iho course of four or five days was taken to his home, where lie was ill for fully a month. " i'hiladc lpbia Heeord. VVtn l'0 the. World l iven. Of every l.Ouo inhabitants of Iho globe ,).:) livu in Asia, 212 in liurope, ill in Africa, ft 2 in America, 5 in Oceiitia and tho polar regions and only 2 in Australia. At in contains more than ono-huU' of the total population cf the earth an 1 Ktn'opo maily oiie-fouitii. Louden Til-bit:), An Adva-it'iol Slai:;,'. i-niitli A pli.-i:-hi t Idn.e that salt Wat. r i- a cure for luiia-.y. .lent: Well, I know it i.f a euro fi r freshness, and that is u-aally the first Btagu of lunacy. Chic'tigo 1,'ev, s, i a.' Curtain Wi:s llovvit. A party ( I countrymt ii wtro in town enjoying tho sights. At lust they came by one t t the thti.ters in the strand. "tqipoiie wu gei in," said one. "Uetter ceu how much it is first," I aid another. After inquiring' the price e f ivboiseion they ib cnii el to m nd t no i t tin- p-. : ' in side to see V. hither it was gen d enough or not. Alter remaining for scone time the d. 1, - ate returned. "Hon,' is ii':" asked cue. "lit. good. A lot i f le lh is lieldlin in front of it big pielur'. Come on. " Strand JVIiiNi7.ino. A CHILD'S USE OF MONEY. Various Anstrers Iteeelved From a Large Xuether of Pnbllo School l'uplls. Dr. Oeorgi) E. Dawson of the Eiblo Normal college has classified answers received from 1,807 pupils of tho public schools of this city, given iu response to the question, "If you had fo, all your owu, what would yon do with it?" Of thoi-e who passed iu answers Cfl9 were boys and filiS were girls, their ages ranging from 3 to It). Tlio answers aro rroi.pednn.hr nine general heads: 4-1 per ci nt would deposit the money in a bank-, l'i.H per ct;nt would buy cloth ing, 2.:.' per cent would bay something to eat, I"j,:j per cent would buy toys ami other lmaus of amusement, 2. 1 per cent would buy jewelry and finery, nine-tenths of 1 per cent would buy fire arms, 1.7 per cent would spend for travel, i per cent would spend for oth ers and ti per cent would buy books, etc. ! It is inte-resliiig to note tho largo per ! cent who express a disposition to save. Dr. Dawson attributes this largely to the s.eggcstubility of the children. Tho results iu this respect resemble those obtained in other fields of experiment. While the childreu do not realize tho full significance of saving, the idea lias been engrafted upon their minds anil is bound to have its influence. The fact that this i lea of saving has been thus forcibly impressed on the minds of so many i.i very significant and gives us a hint of the immense influence of public instruction. In noting tho per cent of those who would buy clothing it ebould be remem bered that many of the children wero iu urgent m ed of something bettor to wear. Those who vested for something to cat were mostly under 7 ye as of age. In the class who would pu Uv amuse ments the girls usually expressed a wish for dolls aril doll earn igt-s while the boys merely desired pigeons, rabbit.) or other pet.-t. In re-gard to travel, the figures fheiw that its children grow old er the desire to go out into the world inerea.-es rapidly, reaching its bedght at about the Lei.hmiu..' of rith.lesccuee. The desire shown by the i. -,ysf.,r firearms is a a expression of the bunting instinct that awake ns v. hen the y are 10 or 12. : At that ago 1 oys liko to get bold of boedis of hunting and ailve-nture. .The tendency to buy bonks increase s steadily as the childreu grow older. This class numbers about twie o as many girls as boys. The class which manifests a feeling of altruism also numbers morj girls than boys, showing that the greater genirc.sity of women is strikiiody man ifest even ut uu eaily aye. .-pringUc Id lie publican. An I iiiitorlmit Co:iehin:i::. A large' part el the (barm of the alto gether cliarniiu;; city of Washington is found among the blacks. Tie.' driver.-, for cxaiuplj, of tim various dilapidated veb i'de's, v. h ieh tire by courtesy called oarriaf.es, are thoroughly amusing. On i who drove a large, link animal bt.ilr on the lines of u wooden Ih re and with little more spirit in him sat oil the box of a four bei b r tie.it would have disgrace d tin) stable s. ef a country inn. Tho 11 lurish an 1 t !. ganeo f that (Mach man, however, wer.i us fine us if ho worn the liveries of the president and held the ribbons over the most pram ing steeds. lie kept bin eyes inflexibly fixed upon tho cars of his hcrso a redrew up at a destination with the air of reining in a recttl.Mome charger. When his i ar riago was emptied, lie p.ts-cd on with a flentrbh mi l sweep, h M.lo 1 around ;m 1 at once put bis entire' outiit el. : h a p in tention. The ci r 'i.:ouy if nppruat h''':: the curb, rm se eing bis fare n t-x .. ..r, was equally imposin .'. His g e r:i driv er's ci.iet was rag.:, d cud snabi y, bis hat was siibll.v I. .ttei-i d ami knew no shine, bit whip was as ebvlirate of sprim:.-: as ! t! j scats of bis Lr- ugh h coat i.f his s.t d ,d Hie auim.il from Yi t over t he wh: be am, and ll;.' roi was all t'.i.U rn i-'atmt emu- iatio csl.iLdishtu nt thai it; contrived to throw' an i that w as as t.e riotis us L York Post. e f I Hume I!::!-.' Cuts. "There ure lots of men,'' s y.e n Phil adelphia, 1 arber, "who are viri p:r. ::..; -lar ab'.u t haircuts, but. ween!. la't hi..;- a word to say if they didn't I ave t i i;.e--iitspeclion b. fV.ro the ij wiv. swiee o !n--y go home. 1 know ono wo-.i.an who got s so far as to accompany be I Lusb ii;,! t e the barber niiop. There'.'! tenner of mine, who is ab by his wile w ben ho ge :. and she stands l igiit back a v ul.-r c li li y s title utit ai.s Itair t r.t. e.t 11:0 Viiih I work. Jivery f. -,v iiiiiiii:-:i I Hup. ai.el bIio looUs i.'Vir he ail itml nialiLrf s.iu;-Uh-timm abiitii :i 'Htil.1 rnsiro ult hivo, ' 'tliin't shavu his ne-el:' tiu.l a lr.t (if stu ii com int. uts. Ti:;.i v.aitiiii e. u.-luoiu'.; t n itiv it i.i-Lttv well, I t:t I'll lut you 1 ej will want a (iivoreei in a year, i? lie i liiiMi't Hstkfil fur ii n-l-. c.iely. " L's- , '.eysiiiiilit-n T'anjpror. Tlio e-itii" l'e'i' uf Ahy.-.ei;, i,i is nbrivt (! foe.it in Matiiiu withottt f-htiea ati i i-' ' stuiitly Ltiiit. II is tkiii is very ei, -,:!.. anil lai wears a fcliurt, ciii-ly l" aril :ee..i ' tunst!ti-la. His fuco is heavy in case, but is reth v.i'iial f.'imi juixitivu j i.'.iiine- - by n:i extretiiely Jeasa'.H ( :q.r. i . -.' :.; - a pair t f I'.ti'afc iiiteUient i,v.s. i snr.lo tiiiit f; in a viik-r c- ittitiii of ii. ,' i-ircnuiforeiK v of his In ml tlian isi oi:-.- lunn atiil eii.-phtys a partienlitrly lino . -' of tetitli. Iio jcntinrally wears a l.,r, i black Ouaker li.it over a wliiui : hantlkcrcbit f tieel ariiuiiii his hoa.1. v.. a black silk, ;nl;l cinkroitlcne'l el . : ' over a iirofti.-.ioa of white liuui uinl.-i-- : clothing. TV( riliiMI rt. "I tieti i-t that .'i'1's. Jiiiii-k ; i-be i.l'.vtiys le-lis what all her clothes ('e st. " "Well, 1 eati.-t Mrs. l'vov.'n; i-Im ; uovcr will l;il what she ;.ay far uiiy- ( ; thin;. " Ui'lre.it free i'rcio'. i An Ial(;i'!':iti:-.;; 'Je'eo leiir. " What tliel Veitl (iiseuss tit the elvth today':' ' Kotbilif;. Wo j'ist Uiikeel." lkte viur'n lia.av. ifon'l I'aliiieeo Sjiil anil Siaolee Your j i Life Anny. i I ll'joti want taiiiil l..!w.'o ii.-in.tr i ii !! a:l I ' i'oi'ou r. Ii" niiale well, i-troifr. Iiiiieiiii tie. lull i ! ol hi w Iio' inni vitr.ir. take No-l'n-i'.:n'. tin' ! v. iiiiili-i-e, oila-r I'ai't nuikes weak men -'h'oio.'. M:mv niiti ti n I'.eiii'l - in ton ilny. cr I'm.- i Oi'ii i'liieil. I,ii Xo-'l i -1 '.;! I'l'om jtinr own ili'ii-r'.'i-' t . I ' will eiiaii'iintee' n elll'i'. lini.Mi-l i-,i 1 -iiiaolo 1 1 im ; i i i :ri ' . A'hlre-s -lei'her I-': -ai I1, e o. , I ioe-:;;io oi i'.e'v 'I'ol'il. ;;,.'. in :;: y o:."l -'I tae '-eh i.- ia !. Hiy , I-i-M I aiel liiWillth etlfl'l I'V Dnilli i 'a.li'H to . ii:-' -o , i-ri': ;n i ' toi-'iy for till Hi ki ll . ol ti v -kai. i an i ,,;;! .'.iM.ii v, ii'a -iiMi.h'- ! 'lii'e. '!'!. , I-. . t ( - o ii t are. It- lievo- ( roap -r.ti-j! !-. ( Hie' lai-linn holt le .- 1 1 1 1 la.-t venr. ID ilo-es j ' I'm-i'n-i . Nilil hv Kenilriek t ('. ' "59 YEARS' ruuli.-hed by tho Xl.W-Y'it.'K 'l'mtTX!-.. ;r'eco;iJ Ficlttion. 33 1 3 by 12 i-2 i:v;hes. A ;"o!0'i'.t! revio'.v or iho ndvaiioos and i!iij.f.v.'!t,;.ii's lea-io in the li-ndin bl'anoih - of farm iii-iu-iry i 11 riu ! he la.-t half ci liiiii v. -ioeki! ai'tiolo- by ;h-' !. a li i.-ni-ttlt'al rilei's, 011 lop! - -a tlp.v bavo inai'.e iiioir iif" siiniv. . 1J lil t'a! i.'ii' of ( id !'a-iiidiiod iiiiio meli' s. A vasl aaio'ttnt of 1 fae:i.-al i 1 1 f - j-i 1 : .1 -! : 1 1 1 . . A vain o ' aid, 1.1 f.a-ai. r- w..o iif sic to : i iiiula',0 j ,n n i u-.-t ii j 11 aiel j . ;. .11 . Ktiviiii-'y iiiti rest 1 an.'i i:-:i'ii -live. 0M.V 15 CENTS A '0?Y, hy mail, .'nd vour di'.U-i to Tin: li.vmtki.isi:, iairre, VI. Steamship Tickets, IF YOU iaivo I'ida'ie or fi'io:::!.- iu t'i- -( ii.! ( ' .I'N'l'i: 1' v. ho aro ooiiiit.e: to 1 ti.i.- 11 !;::' ry, pui'eiiaso their : 1 ; 1 ; 1 i 1 'l'iokiis bore, i 1 n ! 1 1 1 i 1 1 IPiilwuv and ! SiiNini hip faros fri'iii starling point in; iio-.- liiia'io!,, and seiai in ihoin. j Koi' oi 1 , 1-! 1 i lioiiois to i:e froni any J poiiii Iu 'iii' World, rates. 1 -I r--i 1 ! n !'.-. or any iiif"nu:ilion. 01000 write or loir- j phono ( in--.'), where nil llie-sc v.iil bo; oiioo! I n I !y i veil. ! S. S BALLARD, 1 i S.ife I !is:!i',iiice ami Sicainkip i'ii kel .Sirenl, I iordiin's Iliook, I'.nom '. I'.AhliK, VI'. 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SoroThroac, l'imples, Copper 4' 'oo". -d .'' pol l, ( leers on any pttrtof Hie huilv. ilaiv-jr Fv orovi I'liliens: out. It is tli is Secondary i'.l-D,!!) I'1ISON we pnarantee toenro. e.'o i-ali -ic !h" ri-'-it oli3ti nate ciises pnel t ioitiiii.ro tlio voclii i'or a casowepniinnlcii'c, o'lon e'ocr-' Ii. 3 pliTiiya ba tiled ttie skill of 1 Ito ieo-.t: e atae-nl piiv.si CianR. 1500, UOO rnpitat bft ia-i oar iiik'oikU. tionnlpnarauty. AMe.ol ut 1-to- of-: sfnt s'-uleii ora Rpplicntion. Adtlrrsa el?v s ;W y (JO I' or vale U I-:. A. I o-owi, & t o. i'liite-l Salt". V: ii il'-eii N'i SV Vol-!, , i.t'irdiiv for Glasgov- via Lori-jono'erry. Itiito- -r Saio ia i';-, -a ,e- O'l'Y '!' It'l.'H'. :'T-1. I'tie. 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Kox M.-Ml COTIC, EcfwtradSrZ'J-zzzrjrzzn .iix.Srnnrr j ;, rf.Uo- s slniu Sei U i ) 11 mint - ( J'l lailt,na!tSiiiz t lt;Setd - drt'ifiitl Siip.'r . j MArnui tarx: j Apfrfcctnomcdy for Consl-pa- ; ,:, 'oTl3 .Convulsions Jv-vcrish-ncss endless OF SlEEP. TacSintile Signature c? 43 CA'icinrT'i V ii l.e-le la-.-.l. J-..H oi"n. 111. If. i Ill'V o- , e.,-iojw t -no.': loo- rjioi in-:-,' le v in t:. - laonth. : r r v i i : X fftTrsriTjft ?!!. !.r!!iw.-.et.'ii..l V wA ..ir.ii I :w v i-Tfeaie-ii. i' i- j t'-;el il-.'io r.ro la t it e eielit.li iiqu.. 1. 1 t !ii,i.oa-,'':ii pii a. f- t'ARC.VKETil I mm pEiS It Xcl-.ll '!"'--m. TlirV y huh g rarrt.-i- vr f-t rf;i:i'tii.'s ai'-cv-v ' m (. ii m ml arc n seen- essotseriHic .m 1. i naliu n nevorLelure put toKolhu:- in any form. v eseB ya . (MSC.I KFTS ' ro n iiii-cp'.iL'. 'I'll!' t, v & WTSH'ST lM' !l,1H tii'-y froj nr.- "MO(i I'l in the si-mi- if iifntntlou in tins ( hi uu nun i'i'cim ui;it ii'sa m iuq tj.-ttaj. i uw-a.-c-i en C.tiV RV.T-5 h ;i t'-iii' ' !!..: ;'.n:,t: 1' in-l K fl fiijn 1 DWt:si!i!iJ stimulm-! 1 'I In it v-nrfi. Th--." PVIV''i -!:" ,f li.iv:. ' 1 ) I liTaC-LwLti i t i-'s :.m.1 iuit t fieri! iiUt: f O Vii-'i"Ml!H 11 I'll i t !i V tLii!lr action uu- y und : . i 1 1 u i" : i I - i-f cxACTcoPrcrwHAF. ll tlttifl ' i'i i i i "'" ' ' ''" THK CFMHUR CZWWV, KIWVOBK CITV. Don't Ivdrr, GASCAHETS hy other medicines you have tried. They are new, tsptike anv'.hhif else that's sold, and infinitely superior. Try .1 f lf.Tor u?,v. foneyb h Wi "r'nv roc SaClf-le and book, i t&;-i'-? : J.,:;;?,'", $ .i.iieaiions ! steL!:IGr:Eovco..c VWis n" ai tswx-v. b r r" iMin-s Tobur. i i a Bl'tsfciUj u..i,? S..:.t 4FirsiPiiz;;,Ci,!it'fs.tr-:.h . 3 Third " " " S K M::; ash aiiel K-ffis e 'Cm ojen - IOta!fflV5!rJl:i:!::T;"i'.r.r H C V- ":' C " .'oi;tpi'it e . -i .' 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