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FAMILY : JOUBNAL
A WmUj XfWafaaer taMi ff7
52 Ctlnrai tf reaitag tfter. aea
' sixties ef Nekraka State Nttw
.teas, Seledei Steries ami
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SI tfMT9 hi JUhmct.
I'UHFS BEPAIBED OH fiEOKT
Olive U, Marly eaaeslte Pest-ea.ee,
B!acnsmltli ail Warn Hater.
All kills tf atoairiig .sae ei
Sbert Nttke. Matties, Wig-
eas, etc. aiiia t trier,
. ui til wtrk fiaar-
Abe sail tke werM-faawas Walter
Weoa Mowen. laaears. Cai
si. Xacniaei, Haxreatcn,
. aa elf-aiadara-tka
tlTHhep ebpeslte the "Tstterssll," en
- - - Olive 8U COLUMBUS. 3S-a
.. Creates many a new business,
. Enlarges many an old business,
' Revives many a dull business,
. Revues many a lost business,
. .Saves many a failing business,
Preserves many a large business,
. Secures success in any business.
Bo says a saaa ef business, and we add that
Jadirioas advertising, for this aactioa ef country.
Aaoaeof the mediants, because it is read by the
best people, those who know what they want aw
pay for what they get. We challenge comparison
with any country paper in the world in this re
epect twenty years publishing by the same
management, and never one dnn to subscribers
published in Tax Joubxal. This, better than
.anything else, shows the class of people who
.TeadTHaJoPBKAi. every week. tf
CHEAP. ONTJY $15.
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lalhassan 1 SI 1iifl tar MOPKBaTS FOR.
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I aa a low once," abe sighed;
"Yes, last before I married yon.
Who listened when I spoke and tried
To answer alrmy questions, too.
M8o eoHrteoas and bo Idad ao good!
. He'd never think a man could be
As thoughtless, and, Indeed, aa rude
As yon too often are to toe.
lw Jewel of nay love once won, '
He used to swear, coold ne'er grow dim;
He would not dream that any one.
Could whistle When I spoke to him!
"If he had faults he kept them hid.
I should hare mairied himt Yes; tme,
And that's exactly what t did.
My perfect lover, sir, was your
etmggUaa; Up UIi'i Ragged '"
With youth, vigor, ambition and an- indomita
ble will to help ns, is no such Rrierous matter,
hut tottering- down again, afflicted by the ail
Mats which beast old age our backs bent with
lumbago, oar elastic muscles and 'oints stiff
and painful. Is a woeful piece of business. For
the tatraslties which the decline of Ufa too often I
brines, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is a benef
lsent Boures of relief, a mitigating solace al
ways to be depended upon. No regulating tonic
erolred by botanic medical discovery Is so well
itMA to thoroughly able, but without un
due stimulative effect, to help the aged, the deli
cate and the convalescent to resuscitate the
vitality of a frame which time and physleal de
ellne have impaired as this. Kidney and blad
der weakness and disorder, costireness. malarial
complaints, dyspepsia and rheumatism are
among the bodily afflictions which this sterling
rscuperant and regulator overcomes.
' A Mosquito spoon.
A New York firm a few days ago re
ceived an order for a souvenir spoon to
gratify the whim of ope of the natives
of New Jersey. The emblem required
was a mosquito. Considerable trouble,
it was said, was experienced in finding
a satisfactory model, the text books on
insectology furnishing, it seems, very
meager illustrations of the famous and
the greatly feared disturber of men's
dreams. After a diligent search abd
much inquiry it was discovered that an
adventurous apprentice of the company
had captured a fine specimen of the in
sect during the summer and had pre
served the conquered freelance impaled
upon a pin. Thereupon there was great
rejoicing in the factory and the Jersey
customer was made happy.
When Bahy was afck, we gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castors,
When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria,
IThsa aha hiil rimirt- tvr "'' '-
Ukfobtcxately frogs aro not the
only croakers the world has to listen to.
It's sometimes said patent
medicines are for the igno
rant The doctors foster this
"The people," we're told,
"are mostly ignorant when it
comes to medical science."
Suppose they are! What
a sick man needs is not knowl
edge, but a cure, and the medi
cine that cures is the medicine
for the sick.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures the "do
believes" and the "don't be
lieves." There's no hesitance
about it, no "if" nor "possi
bly." It says "I can cure you,
only do as I direct"
Perhaps it fails occasionally.
The makers hear of it when it
does, because they never keep
the money when the medicine
fails to do good.
Suppose the doctors went
on that principle. (We beg
the doctors' pardon. It
Choking, sneezing and every
other form of catarrh in the
head, is radically cured by
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Fifty cents. By druggists.
The success of this Great Cough Care it
trithoat a parallel in the history of medicma.
All druggists are authorized to sell it on a pos
itive guarantee, a test that no other cure can sac
cessfally stand. That it may become known,
the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, am
placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home
la the United States and Canada. If you have
a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, foe
it will care you. If your child has the Croup,
or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and rebel
is sure. If you dread that insidious disease
Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for
SHILOH'S CURE, Price io cts., 50 cts. an
fti.00. If your Langs are sore or Back lasts,
as Saitoh's rorous blaster, Mice s, ess.
That Helps to Cure
taste of the
COD LIVER OIL
is dissipated in
a bub aa aaa a aa aaj
i Oi tHre Jai aiiscr uu vsiibi
OF t.t-k-f; AJSTD SODA.
j The patient suffering from
i BstSXCMITIS. cercH, COLS).
t WASTIC aISEAEJ. may take the
( remedy with as much satisfaction as he )
( would take milk. Physicians are prescrlb- I
1 lug U everywhere. It U a p rfeet esaakioa.
TOPICS OF THE TIMES.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF IN
Cesnnents aad CriUdnw Saved Upon
the Happenings m Use Day-Historical
and Jfewa Notes.
Previous to the tuae "of Elizabeth
the only article to assist in eating was
the jackknife, which also served for
sundry other purposes.
A horse in "Waterbury, Conn., m in
ordinately fond of vie aud often, walk-
iug to the kitchen door, refuses to leave
until bis appetite for the dainty is
It is employment, says Daniel Web
ster, that, makes p&tple liaipy; and,
says Jeau Paul, I have fire-proof,
perennial enjoyments called employ
Great is the power of eloquence; but
never U it so great as wbeu it pleads
along with nature, and the culprit is a
child strayed from his duty aud re-
turnedto it ugaiu with tears.
The reason some reople never change
their minds is because they have no
minds to change. To-day offers a new
point of view, aud it may well change
the vista f'om that discerned yesterday.
According to a Boston paper the
Prohibitionists of Maine are about to
make an attempt "to curb the rum
-fiend." How are they poing to do it
when they won't permit a bit to enter
The following curious advertisement
appeared not long sgo in a newspaper
in Paris: "A lady having a pet dog
whose hair is of a rich mahogany color j
desires to engage a footman with whisk
era to match."
-Axew industry for females has lately
come into public notice. They go from
house to house amomg the wealthy
classes.supplied withppirits of ammonia,
and other ingrediets, and solicit employ
ment to remove stains from costly gar
ments. Statistics from the marine hospitals
of the United States show that 50,000
sailors were under treatment last year,
being about one in five of the men who
follow that avocation. When they taik
about the hardy sailor and his iron con
stitution they seem to be way off.
Constantly accumulating interest on
a debt which he found himself unable
to pay proved too much for a Russian
peasant He hated the creditor, and to
hurt him he hung himself to the usu
rer's door, with this inscription on his
body. "This pays my iadebtneM to
A West Virginia bchool teacher
warned the girls that any one who
chewed gum was not onlyt6 be classed
with the cow creation, bnt could not
hope to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.
After he had been licked by several
fathers ami brothers he put his theory
in his pocket and skipped out.
The warden at Sing Sing says that
the bauk burglars are the best behaved
men in his prison. Their idea is to
serve their time as quickly as possible,
and they are very careful to break no
rules and enter into no plots. If one
escapes he always goes it alone and
makes a sure thing of it
.They have no riot act to read in Italy,
and so, when certain towns got up one
morning this winter to find six inches
of snow on the ground the first seen
for twenty years the mayors came ont
dressed in their robes of state and
ordered the soldiers to parade up and
down and look us fierce as possible.
A curious phenomenon was recently
observed on the sea at Folkestone,
England. A ship laden with oil sunk
in collision and the water was covered
with oil. This produced a strange ef
fect on the wild fowl, which are plenti
ful there. Wild ducks, teal and other
birds were easily caught, as they seemed
unable to fly on account of their feathers
being satuated with oil.
Formerly the great arctic or snowy
owl was rarely found in Central or
Northern New York.but during the pres
ent winter the species has been numer
ously represented and numbers have
been killed. This is thought to be due
to the fact that ' rabbits, on which the
birds feed, have been uncommonly
plenty this season and have attracted
A little cyclone in Mississippi picked
up a corn-crib fifty feet long; by ten
wide and moved it across the highway
and up a hill for a distance of seventeen
rods; and the crib stands right there to
day with eighty-eight bushels of corn in
it and not a log out of place. The only
mystery is how it passed retween two
stumps only eight feet apart, but per
haps it will be explained in the small
The proposed underground transit
system in New York is an inevitable
solution of the grave and inceasing
difficulties that attend any surface or
elevated routes. The hardships of the
long flights of stairs in the elevated
system are alone enough to appall ciA
ilization. The noise renders all streets
through which they pass unfit for hab
itation, and these and other evils must
eventually resdlt in their giving way to
somethiug more .feasible. The under
ground system has the disadvantage of
gloom, but it offers the only feasible
solution to the problem of combining
speed, safetv and as little discomfort
as possible to the city's activities.
Large quantities of sulphite pulp,
says a writer on improvements in chem
ical wood pnlp. are now imported from
Germany and Norway, and the industry
has for some time past been carried on
even in Japan, a good quality being
there produced from tlfv Japanese
spruce; the opinion, howevts?, it enter
tained amohg aper makers that the
German aud Norwegian article is not as'
good as the American for the reason
that, in cider to be shipped to this
country in good shape, it is necessary
tn rmt it nr.l;r th enrine roll and beat
it up, thus injuring in a measure that
strength of the fibre. Lime as a bask
for holding the sulphur is in quite gen
eral use by manufacturers of a' low
grade of sulphite for news and cheap
book papers, while magnesia, beug
more expeusie, i depended oa for pro
ducing an article of superior quality,
the claim iei-'g thaty mawaiaftW
improved methods ia this line, a book
paper equal if not superior in all re
spects to the best rag article is thus
realized. Experiments have been made
in the aaost skilful ways with cypress,
yellow birch, and tamarack, with asore
or less success, but spruce ha yielded
by far the most satisfactory results,
though at the South cottouwood is used
aa a good substitute
. One of the advantage of the rotary
pump is its adaptability to beiug driven'
by so many different method", and to
the e has receutly been added the fol
low itig: There is a fixed hollow shaft,
one end of which forms the inlet "port
and the other the out'et, this shaft beiug
formed with an eccoutriccenter, haing
an encitcling port communicating with
the inlet and discharge iorts. Upon
the shaft ii moauted, and adabted to
revolve, a shell, which, enclosing the
eccentric centre, forms at one part or
line an abutment, aud at the remaining
portion a water space, suitable packing
and stuffing boxe-. being used between
the parts. In the shell are swinging
pistons controlled by spring and
operating iigainst the circumference of
the eccentric center; this forming -a
rotary pump, the operation of which,
upon revolving the shell is obvious. To
revolve the shell, the pump, or a rim
connected with it, is made from the
core of an electric motor, this being
doae by properly wrapping the shell
with wire so as to form an electric ar
mature, the wrapping it to be directly
on the shell or upon a rim carried by
the shell. Now.' the electric current
parsing through the brushes and ener
gizing the armature, tho latter is re
volved by the field magnets; the shell
1 1 therefore rotated, and turougu iib
piston, sacks in and forces out the
water. An advantage peculiar to this
form of-armature consists in the fact
that, by reason of the hollow journals
throngh which the water is passing,
there is no liability to the ' drawback of
journals, to 'which high-speed electric
motors are subject.
"When Prof. Morse first made tht
statement that he could send communi
cations ever a wire between distant
parts, no one believed him. Evoa the
Government officials were skeptical, aud
il was a long time before he was able to
get any assistance to perfect his system.
A company known as the Western
Union Telegraph Company was formed,
and in 1858 it had a capital of $358,700.
Within eight years from that time divi
dends were declared amounting to
$17,810,1-10, and stock issued for new
lines, to the amount of $1,937,950. . To
day its capital is nearly $90,000,000,
and it has realized in twenty-five years
net profits amounting to over $100,000,
000. The largest dividends declared
up to 1875 was 414 per cent and the
largest amount of stock dividends at
anyone time was $10,000,000. One
thousand dollars invested in the stock
in 1858 would have earned np to to
present time stock dividends amount
ing to $50,000, and cash dividends of
$100,000, or an average of 300 per cent
a year. These are pretty large figures
but they are factB, and show that those
who, regardless of the scepticisms and
doubts which prevailed in the public
mind, invested in the company that
was to become one of the greatest mon
opolies, as well as one of the greatest
dividend-paying concerns of the nine
teenth century, were wise beyond their
day and generation, and a study of the
history of this great company may be a
valuable lesson to those who are in
clined to doubt and sneer at a new ides
or invention because they are not able
to comprehend its possibilities.
Arabs as tiulde.
It is not a little singular that the
Arabs of the desert are far inferior tc
the natives of America in the faculty oi
findiug their way through woods or ovet
plains. They are apt to-be near-sighted
at the best, and often have the addi
tional misfortune of sore eyes. In her
account of the "Bedonin Tribes of the
Euphrates," Lady Blount speaks of the
incapacity of Arab guides.
We were no sooner ont of the wady,
and on the table-laud again, than we
found ourselves in a thick fog, which
would have obliged us to stop if we had
been without a compass. By the com
pass we determined the direction, and
then kept to it by the wind, which blew
from behind upon our right ears.
It is curious how little faculty t ue Arabs
have of finding their way. Their course
seems to be directed entirely by what, 1
believe, sailors call "rule of -thumb."
Once out of their own district, they are
incapable of pursuing a straight line by
the sun, or the wind, or by any natural
instinct They travel from landmark
to landmark, and almost always in a
zigzag, which costs them many a mile.
Here they had to depend entirely
upon us for the direction of El Haddr, a
place we had-never seen or heard of till
two days before; andour knowledge of
its nosition". thoucrh simple enouch tc
us seemed very marvellous to the
When the fog cleared, as it did in the
course of the morning, they saw, to theii
surprise, El Huddr straight in front oi
them. It was still many miles off, but
our oouse had been correct 1 think
this fog was a fortunate circum
stance, as it raised us iu the eyes of all
our following, who now professed full
faith and confidence iu my husband.
How to Keep Ice.
There are three or fonr things that
will help to keep the precious nugget
of ice from melting away if the house
keeper will only remember them. One
is, that to keep ice warm is the way to
keep it cold. A piece of ice in a pitch
er, with tho pail over tho pitcher and a
rng over the pail, will keep all xugnt.
A piece of ice in a retrigerater, covered
with a snug, white blanket, will eheat
the greedy ice man every day, and snap
fancy fingers at the milk that does not
dare" to get sour, or the beefsteak that
dares not fail. These things are ad
mirab'ein their way and should be in
every hat-band. But tho greatest trick
of all is newspaper. With plenly ol
newspapers above, below aud on every
side, the way a piece of ice will keep is
A Startled Organist.
A enrions incident disturbed a con
gregation at St Michael's church,
Folkstone, England, a short time ago.
The organ in that church is provided
with kettledrums, which are brought
into action by the organist pressing
against an electric knob fixed to the
back of his seat This arrangement
was not explained to a strange organist,
who had no soaner leaned back to heat
the sermon comfortably than a startling
uproar began in the recesses of the in
strument Looking up in astonishment,
the nnsusnecting artist only pressed the
knob the harder, and faster and mora
furions-becanie the action of the drums.
Thin-went on for a considerable time,
till somebody with presence of mind
Jrahad up ud explained the aecret.
de SUN DO MOVE."
Ika Ut. Jena Jasper Orerwaelasa tke
riUlaaeplHira aad Astroaaaarrs.
Tho Rev. John Jasper preached his
sermon "De Sun Do Move" for the 275th
time last Sunday, says the Richmond
(Vs.) State. The sermon has been too
fully exploited to bear repetition. Jas
per has a poor opinion of the philoso
phers, and he proved that they didn't
know what they were talking about
when they called the 'earth round, "for
the bible says tho earth has four cor
ners,, and when it has got four corners
if can't be round."
Tho preacher concluded his sermon
with this fling at tho philosophers:
"They tell you that tho sun is so
many miles from the earth, that it takes
a cannon ball, traveling at the rate of a
mile in four seconds, 351 years to go to
the sun. Then, of course, you must
'low that cannon ball the same time to
return. That makes 702 years. Then
s'posin' a man could sit on a cannon
ball. He boun take somethin1 'long to
eat; he boun' take 'long ho washer and
cooker. Now everybody kno' how impos
sible all dis traveling would be. If parties
started to the sun on a cannon ball,
would the sun be so powerful hot that
they couldn't get nigh it? Course it
would. Well, then, what use of dis talk
'bout measuring distances from the
earth to tho sun?"
This seemed .to be a squelcher, and
Jasper chuckled when he got it off. The
utter absurdity of measuring the. sun's
distance when the difficulties of cannon
ball travel were so great provoked an
amen from the palleries.
As Jasper took his seat he said that
if the bible did not have all the texts
that he had quoted the people might
spit in his face next time they saw him.
A wan who baa practiced medicine for tarty
years ought to know salt from sugar ; read what
ho s&ys :
Toledo. (X, Jan. 10, 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney Cc-Gentlemen-I
have been in the general pracUoe of medicine
for most forty years, and would say that la all
my practice and experience hare. never seen a
preparation that I could prescribe with aa nincfi
confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh
Cuw. manufactured by you. Have prescribed
it a great many tunes and its effect is wonder
ful, and would say in conclusion that I have
yst to find a case of Catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according to dJree-
tions. Yours truly, .. .r ,
II Tj. GOBSUCH, II. D.,
Office, 215 Bummit St
We wfllgive $100 for anycase of Catarrh that
cannot ho cured with Bail's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A Co., Props., Toledo, O.
aa-Sold by Druggists, 75a
A Trick That Didn't Work.
"It's mighty hard work getting any
free advertising out of yon newspaper
people, nowadays," sighed tho advance
agent of a mammoth allied circus as he
passed a stack of coin over tho business
office counter the other morning.
"Space Is space," replied the affable
cashier, as he made out the receipt
"I don't know why it is," continued
the A. A., retrospectively, "but some
how editors don't seem to bite as they
used to. Same ou the eastern coast, too.
I noticed it particularly on a little snap
I worked way down in Galveston last
"How was that?"
"Well, you see. I was on mv way to
that city by steamer a week in advance
of our show, when I struck a great
scheme. 1 bought two dozen empty pop
bottles and as many steaks frpm the
steward. Then I eot a lot of arsenic
from the medical stores and rubbed it
into the steaks. I put some of our bills
iu the bottles, tied a steak around each
and dropped 'em overboard as we entered
the harbor. My calculation was that the
sharks would swallow tho meat, bo pois
oned, float ashore; would-be cut open,
the bills found and the whole thing be
written up by tho reporters in great
"How did it work?"
"Like a charm my part of it, I mean.
Nine sharks altogether stood in with the
show, but every tinio one came ashore I
got a note from every editor iu tho place,
proposing to write the thing up, with a
snap camera cut of tho shark, at the
"l'retty mean, that"
"Mean those fellows could give Shy
lock cards and spades. Tho only paper
that referred to it at all was one wo gave
"sixty-four passes to. The day wo left
town it remarked that our show was
enough to kill a blind nigger let alone
And the colossal aggregator sighed
deeply aud drifted out San Francisco
All who use Dobbins' Electric Soap
pr:iie it us the hesl, cheapest and inwt
economical family soap made; but if you
will try It once it will tell a still stronger
tale of its merits iUelf. Please try it.
"My poor man," Inquired the kind
hearted gentleman who was visiting the
prison, '"do you mind telling me what
brought you here?"
"No, sir," answered the short-haired
man in cell No. CT6, "it was whisky."
"I thought so."
"Yes," said the prisoner with a heavy
sigh, "If I hadn't been drunk you bet yer
lire they never'd a-ketched me."
Mothers, don't lot your children suffer
with ill-health. Try Dr. Bull's Worm De
etroyers dainty candy lozenges. It will
do them no harm, and may be just the rem
edy thuy need. Bv mail. 25 cents. John
D. Park, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Death From Fright.
A Teesville (Mo.) woman was sitting
in a wagon watching her son cut down a
tree. The tree fell toward the wagon
.and the boy called to his mother to get
out of the way. She seemed unable to
move. The tree crashed just behind the
wagon without touching Mrs. Troll
inger, but she fell over dead.
Love they say. is blind; lmt the most
loving husband will seo the difference in
his homo if you use SArOLIO. Try a
cake. It saves labor in housowork.
Student "We want badges for our
graduating class. Wo have adopted as
a design a graduate surveying tho uni
verse." Jeweler "About how large
would you like the figure?" Student
"I think the graduate should cover
about three-fourths of the badge and the
universe the remainder."
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Plso'fl
Beincdy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50c.
Mies. Randall, who is known to many
15ti77ard"s Bay visitors as "Aunt
Kcsiah,' and to whom congress recently
voted a pension of S30 a month, as a
widow of a soldier of the war of 1812, is
said to be approaching the 103th year of
her age, as shown by reliable papers.
Yet she occupies a house by herself and
tends a flower and truck garden attached
IP nfnicted Trfth Sore Eyes, nso Dr. Isaaa
TUompbou's Eye "Water. Drngeists sU it. 3fie.
Tiik man who spends all his spare
time iu churches does not need a badge
to show that fact. The same is true, we
believe, of the man who spends his spare
time in saloons.
Beech am' s Prrxs cure Sick-Headache.
"What was tho idea of dressing the
little page at the Severe wedding like a
western desperado?" "O, he has to hold
up the train, you know."
Frre- At! ntt stnppel free br Dr.KUne's Ureal
Kerta Reiilorer. No tits after Unit dr' ue. Iter
Ttllous cure. Trette aud BZflS trial bottle free to
ja From a Catholic AaaV
J bishop down to the
47m Poorest of tha Pear
Iff all testify, aot only to tae
99 virtues of
ST. JACOBS OIL,
The Gnat Remedy For Fain,
but to lti superiority oTer all o&erreateaasn,
It Cuts lTAaaitly, reman!;
which means strictly, that the -aala-stricfcaa
seek a prompt relief with so retara of tha
aaia, and this, i
they aay. St. Jaaabf 0B was
This is the Season
store the 1
4 enrich she Weed, re
sad baild n the aerses.
ssaseisUy nssenMle la
Tae ssosnsr atedtelaal
area ay. Bead's
erncoaaotsd by lew 1
aar boy was two years old he was at-
lacked aad saasred a leaf Uaw with acromla seres.
The thrtMfi at leesth told as to five bias
Jtoedl asrsaarllto. which we did. Two besaee
cared hiss. Be Is bow M years old aad ass act aad
aar alga ef scrotals since. Wereeeauaead Hood's
HeiesBeriUe." Mas. .C. curraaS Kidder aane.
a MB8iBsa Hood's aaisaaarUla aa the beat
snrias or saU medietas ersrkaowa. Iwaswoabled
Hood's asrssvsrilla ante sae stream as
feel weU." Ain. Oanuu. M West Cross
byCtHOODaCO. Lowell. Mass.
100 Posts Otis DoMsr
IXa LAST AFPKABAMCK.
"Ok. whan are yoa going,
my pretty maid!"
Then ahe shot him de;
aad quietly said :
rm going to head off that silly old rhyme.
So bare it is ror the very last tune.
Iaaaaeraaw) la aaeltaa Metal aad Nat
But few men have ever fallen iato a
pot of molten metal and escaped with a
few trifling burns, but John Adams, of
Tacoraa, did it the other night Hols
an employe of the Ryan smelter, work
ing on the night shift, and It Is only
through great presence of mind that he
was not burned to death. By some mis
step he lost his balance and started to
fall headlong into an Immense pot of
molten metal. As he fell-he caught the
rim of the pot, and, although ho was
Immersed almost to his armpits, he drew
himself out, and with an almost super
human effort threw himself into an ad
joining pot filled with cold water. Some
of his fellow workmen saw him cast him
self into the second pot and, rushing to
his assistance, rescued him. His hands
were badly burned, but otherwise he
had hardly a scar on him. The secret
of his escape was that he had on heavy
woolen underwear and outer clothing,
and before it had been burned through
Adams was in the pot of cold water.
On receipt of 14 cents in stamps or cur
rency, we will send to any address in the
United States or Canada, postage prepaid,
any one of the following named hooks:
"The Last Days of PompeU".. .by Lord Lytton
"John Halifax. Gentleman".. ..by Miss Mulock
"In Darkest England" by Gen. Booth
"Love, the Greatest Thing In the
Address, Cnas. L. Stone, Gen. Pass, and
Tkt. Agt. Chicago and Eastern Illinois Kail
road, Room 501 First National Bank Build
Little Kltty'a Letter U Msmi
There Is a prominent railroad official
in New York whose wife went out of
town for a few days last week. On the
second evening of her absence he was ac
costed in the hall by his 10-year old
daughter, who had an unsealed letter in
her hand. "Will you mail this letter to
mamma as you go out?" she said. "I
left it open so you could see If it was
written well." It was written well, he
found. It fact it was written too well.
It ran thus:
Dear Mamma: When are you coming
home? I miss you so much, and I know
papa does too, for last night he didn't
come home to dinner, and to-night ha la go
ing out to sit up with a sick friend.
Little Kitty's artless missive was de
layed one post while papa wrote a letter
of explanation as advance guard.
BKOWNS BRONCHIAL TROCIIES" are
widely known as an admirable remedy for
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, and Throat
troubles. Sold only in boxes.
God loves everybody, but there are a
good many people he docs not admire.
Nothing Else Will Do It.
We have volumes of evidence to prove that S. S. S.
is the only permanent cure for contagious
I raaTered for fire
worst form of blood
years with the
which time I was at
tended by the best phy
sioians I could find, and
tried numbers of proprie
tary medicines without
any beneficial results. I
continued to grow worse
all this time, until my
whole system was de
stroyed by the vila dis
ease, my tonguo and
to at Bear MajUMs as K is
ansaiMs tor a afelielas Is as
is Km cars ef Bleed aaisea.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ca.
PAINLESS. PI LLaSeFFECTUAL
awarwORTH A GUINEA A BOXw
ForBILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
Suck as Win J and Pain in the Stomach, Fulfnesa and SmaHing arrar mania,
Biziinets. and Dreuninta. ColdChills,Fluahinga at Mont, lass afMnaatita.
Shartnasa ofMnath, Costireness, Scurry, Blotches an tha Skin. Btntutaad
Shan, Frightful Dreamt, and all Merrous and Trembling Sensmthna. Me.
THE FiaeT DOSE WILL CIVK RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
UlCHAWt HUM TAKE AS ttKCTU KESTOKE FEMALES TO COMPUTE HEALTH.
For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaire
Dtastion, Constipation. Disordered Liver, etc.,
VT ACT UKEM MIC, Sfiaaf tMnlf tha mnacnlar ffsafaw. f?!""!
atede. brlnclnc back the Aetit see eoaartf . and arouaina; with 0f SAW Of
HEALTH the sWsaw mkmthtttwmrng or the human frame. Oneotthabeatcnaraateaa
WUeffJASw3tatbat BEECHA VS PHXS NAVE THE UUMEST SALE SF
aav aaaaairraT mumemM m THAT amaia
??. . " w" - - . -w - --
a awns' njr Taea. auvBan. h. iii,..iuj yt
sBaVss7aeawW. B. F. ALLEN Ca.SSSaad 3S? Canal L .SewYeriL
Sthm ITaited SUM, trft (if - dntttitt does not Amp th.aU WIIX AtAlI,
1 nus oa bikukut or cn
pata, itaaea, KiliMatallaKawte,lS;aclaai, 130;Cada,
Wl CaH Saaav tSW. Cu all mtfnmlm hnaalaritia, aaS
attly awaas' a. Sar,Baraiaa,taUaMa. Tkrpwanly
MtaotiatakaiaBriatBnpaacy. Taetarg prayuttM af Itk
Btvkkklafiat an llaala U tm Sinct tmlt t a SiMranaS aal
amgilvBffHttaiBM. CaU.rf iaatMy.amiliaifima
WlrjlMtafarfckcan.Ptlm. aari(,or Ifor $1,
na Pill Co., Wkalaalan aa4 Rt'T rroprktori,
Th r"' ! M T SEDGWICK A OElOXe.Uraajaa,
BMCitf, lawa. Wadaelt aad kaU Aetata.
pasham's Asthma SpecHto
Oiyes InunedmU relief.
It is belleyed to be tha
Best ASTHMA Bemedy
known to humanity.
Bead for Trial Package,
SoM by Druggists.
Inr at ner Box. Address
9001 Bidge Ayenne. PhOaOa.
BORE WELLS !
Oar Well Maeklnas are tke most
They do mailK WSBK ana
They FIJI IBM Wettawaere
Shrre rAlt.! any akte, t
lacaaato al laches diameter.
LwMHS ft IYIUI,
TIFFIN. - OHIO.
I asTssa BSbVBH JwaWwPHfs VBaTaHPBawSaaaJ
laJIfJ paaamlmztaau B.C
I itSuSUiStMBttltimB. atty stoea.
fev Jr9 - - Crl.!- aATlZn.aaIaaaa
i .U1U.I.C - -
That the aeeale aaavsetass aba assets aC
Bsrsaaarula t ebewa by sae tact taat asis
has TbaLarxeet Sale ef ear
aariaet ia as Is ssaaby. ftryee
awOsMsaa jOOwMss SC VwffsvaU waWfasSSM
ttlta is bder ea taa aaU aide ef
1 aalasass basaiewa
Ths Spring JsfsKMctn
When I Hied la rioaa 1 was atek a leas Hats.
treat what the doctor said was
aw. X deetded ta take Hood's
it broaaht aae eat aH O.K. I take it
aad any wane aw spa. ! U aeerlae far Heed's
BanaaarUla, which always deea ana need- H. K,
Coxxus.ef Wlabaasa a OeUlaa. BaMaar attest.
Ths Spring IWsdlctns
t coast aor Seed's BetseaerlBe the beat
BBSdlciaa.aadoaa bslyasr that it Hskeslha Weak
atroaff.' ItshettaUassaoasef aba laarwbea aesd
ad, aad wowJd ate awjdeOaia fere beau of it It
I ooald net set U far Joes." asanas a. Jaeaav,
Ooaslastsa. L.I. H.Y.
laWM WHbbb asMsK SsawBaHMlSCy MsMKds!
SeldavaUeavaVlaw. tl; six tar ft.
by C. I. HOOD a CO. LaweU.Mssa
KK Doses On DoNsr
Botfc the Method aasl mote
Bjnrp of Figs k tekts; H k pkavMl
and nfreafciag to tho wMte, and acta
sntljr yet proaaptlj oa tho Judaeja,
irer and Bowels, cleanses taa sys
tem eflectoallr, dispels colds, laid
aches aad layers aad cures asbttttsl
constipation. Syrup of Figs is taa
only remedy of us kiad
duced, pleasing to ths taste aad ao
ceptable to the dtomacti, prompt ia
its action aad truly beneficial m its,
effects, prepared only frost the moat
healthy and agreeable sabstsBces, its
many excellent qualities commend k
to all and bare aaade it the most
popular remedy kaowa.
Syrup of figs k lot sale ia BOe
and $1 bottles by all kadias; drug
gists. Any rehable drumst who
may mot haye it oa awusfwul aro
enre it promptly for any oaa who
washsstotryit. Do aot accept aay
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYMUP tU
smm mucmo9t OML,
lOvisviuE. Kt.. mm roar, sir
KXTt CREAM BALM
Applied into Nostrils U Quickly
Absorbed. Cleanses tlte Head.
Heals the Sores sad Cane
Restores Tarts sad SmsH. quirk
br BpUstcs Cold in Head sad
XLT HBOa, SS Warren 8C.N.T.
TOU HEED HOT FEAR
that people wUl Know year hair la dye ST
yoa asa that perfect IsalUtlea ef aalara,
Tutt's Hair Dye
Ha aaa eaa detect It. It fcwpai
eeler aad freak Ufa ta tha hair.
II thea eoauaeacei taklaa;
Bpociflo (&B. 8.), aad la a tew
was entirely curad,aad
to this great BMdiatae
do I attribute my
two years ago, aad I
bare had ao retara er
aay electa of tae die
ease since, aad aty
alda Is to-day aa smooth
aa anybody' a. Willlaaa
Bowers, Corlagtoa, Ol
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BwaaBBBBBaBaaaMaaaaaamaa. WHTaot buy frees taa ImMeaC FaccaeT af tmmmmmmmm
. aai. Ha kiad la taa tlVC MeTietea'aar .
Hi WWUflL V wrawsaVaad 9ML Haalera' preSsa. SfrMHSSISSS I
Sw Over 1,000 Artlalaa K. II
BarmtA M tntt ' "mtumeri. tbersby lHzVssPawa I
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fwXnPPTF amitYvSr ssssssssssssVa' aaaaw wVaM ttt CBsralT8.
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THE LUBURC MANUFACTURING CO. PHLAEL-HiA. Pa.
. Dejmt. A, 101 He. 31, SSS. 3S llaaHfc 8th Street.-
la tae am
at wakh a
Xwassv emvaetnrtlnaommEaaam. . tym bha a
I I S aa7S2a&Baai BBBaaBaBB&aaBaaTaaBaV SSBaa SaaaBaaaMSJC9aW r
Aaaaa BwMaWamadaa)sVSSaSB. ' 11 .. aWaBBaaaWaWaTBBBBSaCl
A Throat aasd Beecaee's Go
Specialty, trouble of the Throat
and Luags eaa hard
ly appreciate what a traly weskler
fnl medicine it is. The delicious
sonfatioas of heading, easing, clear
ing, strcagtH-gataerinf and recover
ing are anknown joys. -For Ger
man Syrup wa do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and 'water may smooth a
throat or stopa tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's Gersmam
Svrup is a discovery, a great Throat
aud Xuag Specialty. - Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down' hill, where doctors aad
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and tha
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live saaa yet if you take it,
W. L. DOUGLAS
ewm ouAa? fob T
BH9 OnVa. OCNTUrejl.
Usb drsos Shoe which
h eoMssaadS ltsal
It, A fine oaUahoe na
soaated tor stylo aad darabiliO. .
Kin the atoadardarsss Whoa
M a nOBalar jdcf.
& SarvKllmail man. farm
All mad . la Coacreas. Battoa saS Lace.
99JOm wAaaahHmsav aaa
w seta at uu popaiar price.
nre aad promises to become Terr popular.
far LadlM and !.'
sttll retain tbair excellence for style, etc.
AH gela warranted and stamped with name ea
as. u aenerosea Meat agent cannot bhe
seen street 10 xacwrr. aeiosins saver
Deader la erer ettreadtewa
ta take exclasive aa-eacr. All agea)
GOLD KBDAL, PAEIS, 1878.
The moat popular sweet
Chocolate la the market.
It Is nutritious aad palat
able; a particular favorite
with children, and a most
excellent article for family
Scired as a drink, or
eaten as confectionery, it
is a delicious Chocolate.
The genuine is stanped
apoa the wrapper. S. GeS
Sees byBreesrs STsrywatra.
(last eseaiMl petaarj
IrrtmularitU, etc -
Regular Graduate ta Medicine 3
warn Aaaaitot and pHrats praeUce-.
tabHshed la HIohx
w wwyi am irw MOTH KB-
lears-ianm -resting all frlTate,
aakaesa otiolt fas) Jaaaateaey
aauMtt. and all Vemul. lAuiu
Vrffutarwte-. etc. Carea guaranteed or
soney refaaded Charge fair. Teraaa ,
Mt&Utnmtnt arcrtncAn- frte from ear anabnah-.
St state your cam and send for Opinion aaeT
trass- CoBsaltatton ftrlctlr ennfldentlaJ. parse.
aliT orbTletter-Dr. WOOD baa the jaraeafi.
Medical ui Sarairal lastltata aad
aad Ear laarasary la the West-Jtooa-s for..
patients at fawretee. facilities to meet say me
sney A Onset Home aad bnt can and ikUl far
-osssge JWbt3?!i BOOK and MAXOIcaZ
lOVaUfAI. (OrniMiUOa this oanerJ
mam A 0IK-00EXAK Sirx setit as br asal
aa wia deliver, free o all cbaraes. ta any setBoaAa
abeOaltsdHtaats.aU of tae ioUowiac erncles. oara .
twopence bottle of Pars Vaasliae.. ..... Nets,
ttwo-oaaca bottle or Vaaelia Pomade.. M IS
liar of VaMllo Cold Cream IS
1 cake of Vaasliae Canphor lee . 10 "..
cake of Vaasliae aiaD.uascented 10 .
: wane taseua -
Or, fTpmtmt saaaae. any afaffe mmelt at AU araM
iiwnrt1 OmnoeouAt b peruadmt taaaeptrom
mm mwgtM af ramlhm or preparation mmtfrom
Salsss AsBMSd awk ear name. AacouM you wilt ctrtam
aaliifiBTtnri ttiirfiiint iirrrr rrrnrrnrar .
vew s stata c Bk x.
luUaUUUprTca of e&aa par acre, adapted ta
or geasral farstlag parpo.es ; speclslly sdaptsd atea
atAisnro or sheep.
' Iwaetwca'ars address E. P. SKENE. LaadOssa. '
aUsstoaer. " alicblssa Ave Chicago.
THE HOLY IAXD. Round the
World. Select paruea. Destucse'ing
faelUUea. ocean tlcieU. H.OAZKa
SOS. 9 Broadway. X.X. IbLWl)
BBBmOM THS PArSa '
nin.tratad Haad Book free.
J. n. CRAIXK cuu
AVashlactoa. Ul C
tala Paper tttrr time yoa write;
ITanlfW to ase.
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