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PHT8ICIAH PBiSESTS IOMS BTAET-
L, t be that the Hanger Indicated
The following story which is at-
vlictinp wide attontion from the press
jg go remarkable Mat we cannot ex
. ourselves if we do not lay
fore our readers entire :
(fit Editor of tne jcocnemer 1 .,
iin Ou the first day of June, 1881
nv at my residence in this city Bur
s'" . . f:...i. 1 ...::
inndou ny mj monu uu waning
r death. Heaven only knows the
Tony I tnen endured, for words can
I ver describe it. And yet, if a few
Lr previous any one had told me
At I was to be brought so low, and
r 10 terrible a disease, I should have
uffed at the idea. I had always been
icommonly strong and healthy, and
;ighed over 200 pounds, and hardly
Ipw. in my own experience, what
Iin or sickness were. Very many
ople who will read this statement
ilizeat times they are unusually
led, and cannot account lor u. i ney
il dull pains in various parts of the
jLiv and do not understand why. Or
t,.y are exceedingly hungry one day
d entirely without appetite the next,
lis was just the way 1 felt when the
flontless malady wlncn had fastened
Llf upon me first began. Still I
fought nothing of it; that probably
lad taken a cold which would soon
Lj away, Shortly after this I noticed
icavy, and at times neuralgic, pain
one side of my head, but as it would
me one day and bo gone the next, I
id little attention to it. 1 hen my
mach would get out of order and
fy food often failed to digest, causing
times great luuuuvuinuiicu. i ui,
n as a physician, 1 did not think
it tbese tilings meant anytning
r . i T !
pious, l iancivu i was sunering
Im malaria and doctored myself ac-
rdincly. But I got no better,
it noticed a peculiar color anu odor
iout the fluids I was passing also
it there were large quantities one
iy and very little the next, and that
lersistent froth and scum appeared
on the surface, and a sediment set-
d. And yet I uid not realize my
ueer, for, indeed, seeing these symp-
liis continually, I finally became
customed to them, and my suspi-
m was wholly disarmed by the fact
it J had no pain in the aflectcd
t'ans or in their vicinity, Why I
u d have been so blind 1 cannot
I consulted the best medical skill in
) land. I visited all the famed
neral springs in America and trav
el from Maine to California. Btill
grew worse. No two physicians
roed as to my malady. One said I
is troublod with spinal irritation;
lother, dyspepsia; another, heart
nease ; another, general debility ; an-
tier, congestion of the base of the
i ain ; and so on through a long list
i oomraon diseases, the symptoms of
nany of which I really had. In this
ray several years passed, during which
me I whs steadily crowing worse.
ly condition had really become pitia-
1 lie slight symptoms I at first
perieneed were developed into terri-
;anu constant disorders. My weight
d been reduced from 207 to 130
funds. My life was a burden to my
ffand friends I could retain no
k1 on my stomach and lived wholly
injections. I was a living mass of
tin. My pulHo was uncontrollable.
my agony I frequently full to the
jfor and clutched the carpet, and
ayed for death I Morphino had little
no effect in deadening the pain,
jr six days and nights I had the
ath-premonitory hiccoughs constant
! My water was fillod with tube-casts
id albumen. I was struggling with
right's Disease of the kidneys in its
at stagos !
Whilo suffering thus I received a
11 from my pastor, the llov. Dr.
ote, at that time rector of St. Taul's
piscopal church, of this city. I felt
iat it was our last interview, but
the course of conversation Dr.
"ote detailed to me the many ro-
larkable cures of cases like my own
liich had come under his observa-
in. As a uracticine; nhvsician and
A CT A f
graduate of the schools, I derided
ja idea of any medicine outside the
(,'uinr channels being in the least
'iieficial. So solicitous, however,
'as Dr. Footo, that I finally promised
would waive my prejudice. I began
use on the first day of June, 1881,
1 took it according to directions.
' first it sickened mo; but this I
ponght was a gord sign for ono in my
uiniated condition. 1 continued to
kflit; the sickening sensation de
puted and I was finally alio to retain
Pd upon my stomach. In a few
ly 1 noticed a decided change for
' better, as also did my wifo and
'ends. My hiccoughs coascd and I
perieneed less pain than formerly.
w so rejoiced at this improved con
'tion that, upon what I had believed
M a few days before was my dying
Gd, I vowed, in the presence of my
toiily and friends, should I recover I
'onld both publicly and privatoly
&ke known this remody for the good
1 humanity, wherever and whenever
hud an opportunity, and this letter
1 'n fulfillment of that vow. My im
rovement was constant from that
me, and in less than throe months I
'd gained 26 pounds in flesh, be
"ne entirely free from pain and I be
eve I owe my life and present condi
gn wholly to Warner's Safe Cure, the
Inedy which I used.
Since my recovery I have thoroughly
investigated the subject of kidney
ffieulties and Bright's disease, and
16 truths developed are astounding,
therefore state, deliberately, and as a
J'"ician, that I believe more than one
"f A death which occur in Anurka
autid ly BrighCs diea$t of J7
Kidney. This may sound like a rash
statement, hut I am prepared to verify
it fully. Jlrinht's disease has no dis
tinctive leatiires of its own, (indeed,
oiien develops without any puin what
ever in the kidneys or their vicinity)
uv img mo riiijiMniis oi nearly every
uuiuruummon complaint. Hundred
f tiAnnln ills. .1 . : 1 .. I. .1 . .
. .v....u wm unu)-, wiiiuto ouriais are
authorized by a physician's cprtilicntc
as occurring irom -Heart Disease,'
"Apoplexy," 'Taralysis," "Spinal Com
piuini, iiiieuniatism," "l'neumonia,
ana tiio other common complaints
wnen in reality it is from Hr mht.'
disease of the ki.l nova Pnw flnciiitu
and fewer people, realize the exteut of
tins disease or its dangerous and insid
lous nature. It steals in to tbn
like a thief, manifests its imMiii. if .it.
an, oy me commonest symptoms and
fastens itself in the constitution l.oforfl
tlie victim is aware of it. It is npurl
as hereditary as consumption, quite as
common ana luuv as fatal. Ent r
families, lnheritniK it from their an
cestors, have died, and yet none of the
number knew or realized the myste
rious power winch was removing
mem. instead ot common symptom
it often shows none whatever, but
brings death suddenly, from convul
sions, apoplexy or heart disease
As one who has suffered, and knows
by bitter experience what he says,
implore every one who reads these
words not to neglect tho slightest
symptoms of kidney difficulty. No one
can atlord to hazard such chances.
I make the foroiroing statements
based upon facts which I can substan
tiate to the letter. The welfare of
those who may possibly bo sufferers
such as I was is an ample inducement
for mo to take the step I have, and if
1 can successfully warn others from
the dangerous path in which I once
walked, I am willing to endure all the
professional and iwrsonal conse
quences. J. 15. HENION, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 30.
SCHOOL AND CHURCH.
In Par's sixty-eight churches own
works of art, worth $l.Gl.'i,710.
Tho translation of the Old Testa
ment into Japanese will be completed
eariy next year.
-v in norma is to putiusii her own
school hooks. She thinks that thoo
published by privato enterprise are too
Kev. Sam Jones savs that "the
Lord won t stop to criticise vour cxaru
mar in a prayer. Speak right out from
tlie shoulder and trust him to overlook
A member of a school board visited
a school home under his jurisd'ct on
hen asked to make some remarks.
ho said: Well, children, vou Knells
well and reads well, but you hain't sot
81 II. '
Five years ago tho Norwegian Luth
erans gave $18,000 to their seminary in
Minneapolis; two years later thev
added !?50,000 for endowment, and this
yeary.'O.OOO for new buildings.
A ladv from the Kast recently at
tended divine service at St. John's
Cathedral. Denver, and afterward as a
mark of her appreciation of the service,
and of the sermon she heard, sent t
check for $500 for church work in Col
ora :o. Christian at Work.
The Moravians, who are one of the
smallest religious denominat'ons. main
tain .'J2.1 missionaries in various parts of
the earth, and 1.5b.) nativo assistants,
and now have about 81,000 adherents
n mission fields. Ar. Y. Tribune.
The following are the statistics of
the hpiscopal diocese of Connectxuit
Hapt isms infant 1,600, adult, 276, to
tal. 1.K76. Communicants, present
number. 22.u;i3: Minday school teachers
1.81)5; scholars, 15,958; d sbursements.
lf4,.'H,)70.47. Hartford I'ost.
j no ioi lowing is a veroatim copy
oi a notice posted recently by a school
distr ct committee in V oluntovvn, Conn
'1 Here-bv Notify tho Legal voters of
t hool District of the Annual meet
ing win noiii at tn iiiooi House on
to Chuso and Elect Chool ollicers
and other bsiness that comes at the
meet ng." A'. )'. lost.
In the Theological School at Frank
fort, (icrmany. tho students are work
ing for (iod with great earnestness In
small companies they go to villages,
8ng and pray, and sometimes preach,
Thev often get around them congrega
tions of live hundred, and their efforts
have met with good results. Ar. ', Ex
Of the 42,972 new members who
came into the Presbyterian churches
last year on confession of their faith in
Christ. 20.77M, or nearly one-half, were
from tho Sabbath-schools of the church,
These Sabbath-schools contributed $'.W..
5,'!1 to tho various boards of the church.
and gave to other benevolent objects
lo7, UC ! Interior.
iho Kev. J. M. V. l.uko was once
interviewed by a church committee
wh ch was anxious to employ a $2,000
pastor on less than half that amount.
After patiently l'stening to them de
scribe the gifts of the man they needed.
Brother Luke replied: "Yes, you wan!
a whale, and you haven t water enough
to swim a minnow." there are quite
a number of churches like that, and for
their sake we print this. Hichmond
Ihe two new craters in' Mt Vesu
yius, from which lava has issued abund
antly, were opened on the southern side
at a height of about two hundred me
ters above the upper station of the fu
n cular railway. The lava flowed in the
direction of Pompeii and Torre del Gre
co. The stream descends in a straight
line for about half a kilometer, and
then, turning sidewise. is directed to
ward the cYater of 1872. The new
craters present tho anpearanco of a
great cleft. Tho lava has not spread
bevond the side of the mountain.
Big newsboy:'(iive mo them pen
nies, or I'll pound you again. Little
newsboy: Pound away then. Mo and
Dr. Franklin agrees. "Take care of
tho pennies ami the pounds will take
care of thcmselrpn." Prairie farmer.
MARYLAND, MY MARYLAND.
Maryland legislators, who are always
aiive to the public Interests, have en
dorsed the new discovery, Red Star Cough
Cure, becanse it contains neither morphia
nor opium, and always cures. The price
is only 25 cents.
SOME PEOPLE'S HOUSCT.
A dinar at thn htuiiin unit l.llirarl of
I used to know a man, h) caking of
guns, who hud a "study" in his house.
I "often heard him speak if it, in
natural, easy way, as a minister or pro-
lessor would speak. Ho was not a mill
inter or a professor. He owned a line
of drays and did nearly all the trucking
in the town. He was a school director
lor one term. I felt a little curiosity to
see his study, and one evening 1 dropped
in to see him. His wife said he was in
his study, but she would call him. He
received nie and said: "Come into th
study, ami we can light our cigars."
went. Hie study was a small dark
room under the stair-case. It had on
half window, and must have been dark
about ten hours of the davtime. There
were two or three chairs in it, a long-
uox, covered with chintz, that whs aw
fully suggestive of abandoned shoes
and a scroll saw. That was all. I
asked him if he sawed, and he said no.
He had this study put in. he said, when
he was actively interested in popular
education, i ue iiioiigni that a school
director ever felt the slightest interest
in educational mutters amused mcvcrT
.. i. ii?,-.
una n, inn i inn not say so.
1 1 I . . .1 I - - .
i C1WCU not long ago on a inend in
the city. He is a wealthy man, so I am
proud to call him mv friend. I liv
forgotten what I called on him for; to
borrow money, probably. The servant
said he was in the library and would
see me there. The library was very
U I I fi. . t, . J
iimiusumeiy iiirnisneii. i hairs and
sofa and a sewing machine and one
thing and another. There were no
hooks nor any trumpery of that, sort
around. My fnend said they littered a
room up so and his wife didn't like it.
so he always read his papers in the
dining room. I blushed and felt that
I had exposed mv rawness, for I was
such an unsophisticated child of nat
ure i always some low associated a.
library with books.
k !!.. . a
a ianiiiy oi mv acquaintance has a
room that, is a profound mystery to me.
It opens on" the parlor and is furnished
in blue. They call it the music room.
Of all the people I know, that family
knows the least music and most cor
dially hates what it does know. There
Isn't a musical instrument in the house,
and they once discharged a groom be
cause he played the mouth organ. But
they are prouder of their music room
than of all the rest of their house.
And, then, I know one of the sweet
est, most gracious women in the
world, who always speaks of her
"drawing-room." I have been in it.
It is not quite so light as a casemate.
but then it is wider than some halls.
You have to stand up in it, because if
you sit down there is no room for your
A friend not long ago took me out
to see his new "stables." There
was only one of it, but he
called it "stables." It were very
complete. They was of brick,
and had gram chutes to every stall,
water, apparatus for hoisting hay, two
great stalls for the coach horses and a
oose box for tho pony and a saddle
horse. I asked where his horses were?
He said it didn't pay to keep horses.
it was more convenient and cheaper to
hire them, and he and his wife were so
mortally afraid of horses any how they
seldom drove. Still, he always wanted
a good stable, although he never ex
pected to keep a horse. Burdctte, in
The House of Lords.
The worst upper chamberconceivable
to the mind of man is the House of
Lords, consisting, as it does, of Heredi
tary land-owners, who are recruited by
additions of very rich men, or of men
who have proved failures as statesmen
and have to bo shelved. Notwith
standing the wealth of its members,
they are not independent. Some of
them fight and quarrel for nosts of
w a 4
prolit, and the greater number of them
are poor, prejudiced creatures, who
obey their leader like sheep, and vote
as he directs them. There is, more
over, a permanent Conservative major
ity in this assembly. This majority is
used bv the Conservative lemlers tn
emasculate all liberal legislation, when
they do not care to run directly counter
to it. That such a legislative assembly
should continue to exist under a truly
democratic system of government would
be an absurdity. Nor will it. If one
thing be more certain than another it
is that the hereditary house of landlords
is doomed. It may be that it will be
held advisable to replace it by an elected
Upper House possessing some sort of
temporary veto upon the decisions of
the Lower House, but it is more prob
able that one legislative assembly will
deemed suiiieient. Lalwudiae. m
Fortnightly Itemi w.
EntprprlNlnK New Yorkers I tlllre Nil wdilut
In Its Manufacture.
A sign in a Third avenue grocery
window reads: "Pure Russet Cider, 4c.
'1 hat cider was never moved bv a
breath of country air," said a man in a
blue-checked jacket, who was passing
the window yesterday, "and it was
never any nearer an apple than it is
now, as it stands in the barrel at the
rear of the grocery."
" Made of sulphuric acid and glucose.
then." suggested a companion.
"No, that's too expensive."
"What is it made of?"
" Sawdust. I work in the shop where
t's made. Pure apple cider is worth
thirty cents a gallon. Sawdust cider
costs about one-fourth of that. We
ake the sawdust from a connle of
wood-yards hemlock, hickory, inapie
every kind, just as it comes. We
dump it into a big retort Mid heat it
with a coal fire. Just forty-seven per
cent, of what boils over is crude vine
gar. It has to be purified a bit and
oiled down a little, but it is nrettv
gooil vinegar. When the wood reach-
:i certain point in the healing process
it becomes charcoal, and is cooled off
and sold to filter-makers. We can beat
the grangers on the vinegar business,
nd not half try." A'. Y. Hun.
New Orleans papers entert-iin the
fear that that city is losing its suprem
acy as a cotton market
PHYSICIANS HAV FOUND CTJT
Tbal a roiitainliiatiiiK and run-Inn 'w l i
the bliHxl. develoK-l by In.llitesiUm. U Ilia
cause of rhcuniallsm. Tills miiIm upon tho
cuiitlve iiib-culancuiia coveriiic of tlio miia
clea anil llBumnnU of Itiejolnta, rjiualntc mil
itant and iMftli.tr pain, and aKitn-ifatlsii u a
calcareous, chalky deport whli-h iro,luoie
allttiHwa and ill.toi lion of the Jolntti. No fm t,
wh tell eipor euro has rti-munntratcil u regard
to liualetleri Htoinaeli Hittcra. m ir.,Krr
evlil. m-e to uii,rt than this, namely, that iTiii
formidable and almeloua disease, nor Is it li m
hwi.i.ci, csiaiiiisiiiHl I list It Is lrcfcrt)lo o
the poiMins ollcn uw-d to arrest It, sinc e the
i. i I nnimm'j lliKn'UK'llia
ItisalsoasiKiial remedy lor malarial hurra,
oniiallpallon. dsM-wia. kidney and bluddir
aIIiiikiiIjl n,.nlit .t.... .11 1
...... , ,, vUlt.r uinuruLTB. rH'O
thai you sot the K'-ihiIiip.
Califorila has over 8 000 licensed liquor
"DELAYS ABE PANGER0US."
If otl ar nl nia.i.A.i i... .
- , , ...m .niv.i. ,inu n nm a
InffcouKh, with nlKht-NWMta, spittlnn of
blood and .shortness of breath, you have
no time to lose. Do not hesitate too loim
'llll vou are imst pun- in- .ir i o.
early stanca, consumption can be cured by
the use of l)r lloru'. "i:m.. m...ji...i
---- - m Miami ni
Discovery, as thousands can testify, lly
There are lflliod fa..... I., wi- i
nd the averae size Is 1.0 acres.
Whell VOII tinnH a .. i.-ua l... . -
"Cauipbell" or "Cottroll." Palmer & Hey
Keep iBen in stock.
AN UNDOUBTED BLESBIR0.
Akmit tMrr nnti nA.H.Hi
. 7 " J r, n n IMUI"III1-Iil
DhYB.rian hv Mia unmwf ! Willi-..
d.HCOver(lt or produced after long expi'rl-
uivuiAi ri-Hearcn, a remedy lor ameaHOH
the tlirOAt. rhuut. mid luntm u li r-k u. aa f
Hucb wonderful ffllrary that it noou
tftuueu a wiuo repuuiiioi. in mm country
i n niLHiH nr inn niAriinina im iiw h. m
II A IJAS HAIAM Vim Till? I lTvr:c"
And IHJIV hut IsLlv rnllud nn j at u.w.n,l.!
and positive cure for coughs, colds, sore
You ran HprnrM thA hMif nrtnna
I . - T, I D a-l
mruia iruiu i aimer ot ney.
YnlT Ppt mni-Apnmf lt fnrO.VIaln rvnn1.
Heel Slitloners than In any o'.her article
The best coil eh lnedlclnn U l'lun'a Curt,
lot (onsumptlon. Sold everywhere. 2oc.
Dr. Henley's Celery. Beef and Iron re
moves languor and loss of appetite.
Your Prtntlns Inks buv from Palmer
Bey; they keep the best Inks.
Italv exnorta ahnnt Sn (ion 000 fcrrr in
"WOMAN AND HER DISEASES"
Is the title of an Interesting illustrated
treatise (100 darcn) sent, pimt-pald. for 10
cents in stamps. Addreas World's IMhiumi-
sary weaical Asaociation, HutJalo, N. Y.
An area of 18.000.000 ncro nt pnl tnn was
grown in 1885.
It you want Heads, Slum, Cases. Cabi
nets, order from Palmer & Itcy.
Try Grrmk for breakfast.
I oW rrjy
DISFIOURINO Humors, HumlllaUng Krup
tlons. lU-liinit Tortures. Kcnema. 1'soria.Hln.
Horafula and Infantile Humors cured by tbe
Cuticcba KKsoLVKNT.tho new blood purifier,
cleanses tbe blood and perspiration or Impuri
ties and polaonous element, and removes the
CSTKtiRA, the great Skin Cure, Instantly
allays Itching and rnllummaUon.clearatlieSkiii
and Scalp, heals t'lcors and restores the Hair,
CbTltt ka Soap, an exquisite Skin Ileautitler
Is Indispensable lntn-atiiiK Skin Hisfa-s.Haliy
Hiimors.hkln UlemlBhc8,(.'hapicd and Oily Sktu
Hold everywhere. Price, ('uticua, Wc.:
Soap, IV.; ItKsoi.VKNT, l. lreiiansd by the
t'OTTKKHIlt'0 ANIH HKMK'AI. t o.,H(wlon,Mana.
t-ff'Scad for How to Cure Skin Disease.
JU Sharp, Sudden, Sciatic, N'euralfdo, fthctl
C?niatloaiid Nervous I'alnslnnlantlT relieved
af bJ UtiTicvRA Anti Pain I'lasths. itu.
Norman and Percleron Horses
Fnirbnnka itul Wil-trvi lnt ImDortatlon nf iffitc liatfirrlvrd
iVrn h ran re. It ts C"iniieH if tlm Urert an J bct I'er
clicront, I'rcnch Cw h ml Nnriii.utt, llwy are from Iho
heni-H nl ni't taniry Ia the Mrvky draft aitd Art
hrtfrly of it irk t ir Alluf ftMonttinn mul tscvitit iflil farm. W
h.leitiMnd i5lu ,t tosrk-it fnttn. Three tnrrifd off prerrriiinti
nl the SonmnaaiHl M.irm Arli ulturftl I- .ir, nr for Swr? jiHlakw
ovr-r all dr.ift. 11 wire awarded prcmiumi at Iht Suis l aa
Ht Im H'hl mi rc winiinlr ti-rtirt with An)rovnl lecurlty,
We will ill (lienor tli.ui ilic tnt cf.is of Hurwt un be
ImhiijM fur, ;myto lu-r !-e in Hie V. S.
I'.rnin wislmii,' tn pr li.iMi will lo well to call at our lave
.S.i Irs Si ihlc 111 IVl ilitm 1 ami ex, imlne nur MorW.
fnr Citaloviie. Aildn-ss, II. T. Falrlianltt, or
II. Wihcy. I'tt.iluiiM, stinuinn Co.. CaL
OK MK1X A(KK.
For aeven yean I anflfiiM, with ft cancer am mt tot.
FMht ninntlia ao ft friend rocommanded tbe uae of
Bwift'a Hueciflo, and I determined to make aii effort U
procure it. In this I waa aucowwful. ftod began ila um.
The influence of the medicine at rJrit wu to xnnewhat
fttfirrmvate the aeroi but aooo the inflammation waa
allayed, and I beitati ttmproTe after the flntt few hot
Ufa. My general health haa greatly Improved. I am
tronger and am able te do any kind of work. Tlie
canoer on my face began to decreaae and tlie ulcer to
heal, until there la not a feetlgo ef It left-ouly ft Uttle
oar marki tbe place.
MRU. JOICIft A. Mf'LKJHALJ.
Atlanta, Ga, Atitfuat 11, m.
I have haa ft oanoer on my face for lome yean, ei-
tenUnu from one ehmk houe acroaa the noae to the
other. It haa given me ft vmat deal of pain, at timet
bnrning and itching to auoh an eitent that It waa
alimmt unbearable. I oommenoed ualng Kwifta Kjie
eittc in May, 1886, and have uavd eight bottlea. It haa
given the greater relluf by removing tlie inflftmmaUyn
and reatoring my general health. W. Bahnm.
Knoiville, Iowa, bent. 8, In8&
Treatiae 00 Wood and Hkin Dit?aaea mailed free.
Tub Swift Ppkcipio Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta,
Ga, N. Y. 157 W. 83d Kt,
ii 1 1
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thing you use, rat, drink, wear, or
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m V S20 Waboxli Avraae, CblcMO, lli
DR. HESLtY S REMEDY FOB LADIES.
I.ndlcs sullVrlii(from nervoiiKiirM,slri').
lcsHiiesH or any Murvniia irimlile, can Mini
limnc. Iluie ri'l cf and Iw cun-il by unnir
lr. llcnley'a Ce ery, H cf onil Iron.
The Ship of Slat" in Franc la rtill
know n as the (irevy Hoat,
"Yes; I ihII break (ho tnufwnient,"
sh aaUl, foliilnjz her arms nnil looking
defiant: "It I really too hmch trouble to
converse with him; lie'a as deaf a a iost,
and talks l.ko he linil a inoiilhdil of iiiiihIi.
Hesldi-s, the w ay he haw ksand spits Ih ilia
gtiMiiHg." " Don't break the engagement
for that; tell him to take Hr. Sage's Ca
tarrh ltiMiiedv. It will rure him r
pleisly." "UVII. I'll tell him. I do hale
to break it nfT. tor In all oilier resp.cl8 he's
quite too charming." Ot course, it cured
Within two woeka 2(X children died at
Shenandoah, i'a , nf scarlet lever.
WUn Baby waa alck, w Rave h.r CIRTORtA,
Vben aha waa a Child, ih chad far C ASTORIA,
Wbea sL. twoam. II Im, ah claag to C ASTORIA,
When an had t'hilikaa, sh gave them CASTOIUi
quickly relieved by "llrvwn'i Vrnehial
Troches." S3 eta. a box.
Attention Is called to Fairbanks & Wll
aey'a ad. of Norman and I'ercheron horses.
Frt from Opiates, ICmvtict and loison.
At pHt'iiuiaTa am tKAi.via.
THK ( UAH1.KM A. HM.kl.KR CO., B U.TI 10RR, !.
n Caret Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
UI r dill PnTW'Evr
AT UliriKIIKIS A Nil IIKAlKlli
TU CIIIRIIU A. VOUKLKa CO..BAL'll(lllt,ai).
Tie Arannt Conner of tbe New Messiah
World's Advance Thought
A Liberal Ethical Journal.
X-iJ'Sond for Sainplo Copy.
American Exchange Hotel,
Opposite Wells, Fargo ft Co..a Kipreaa Offloe,
M KUCHA NTS, KA KM Kits and FAMILIK3
from the interior will find It to be the moat
convenient as well a the moot comfortable and
eapectable Hslel in the oity lo stop at Tem
perance principles. Table flrst-eloaa. Board
and room, f 1, )l.U and 11.50 per day. Nloe
single rooms. 60 cesita per night Free Coach
to and from the llolel.
C1IAS. & WH, MONTOOMKRY. Propr'a.
Rtniome, 402 Montgomery St , Ban Franolioo.
4T8end for Circular.
K. J. BOWKN'H large Illu.trslcd. Dwrlptlr. sad
Priori OsUlngu. ot
Vegetable. Flower, Clover, Grass Alfaira Seeds
And containing Valuslil. Infurnistloa fur lb.
UsnlRiKir, Uia trm-t at t. Fanil-j. nulled
fnitn nil applicants. AdilrMB
E. J. BOWEN, Seed Merchant,
815 and 817 tiansome HL, Han Kranciseo, C'ul.
I bare a poal tt ve rutnivly for the Above dtaoaae t br lit
nae thoanauilaofCMafpf Ilia m tiikt kind and of long
UutllnKiivi IwHctffal. 1 tn' I, out rrtmrln nirfil'l
In liaelllewr.iltnt I wl I ani.t'0 Illiri i-KH KKB,
loKfthorwIttiA VAI.IUIU.KTIlKATIHRon thltdiaaaa
(OAUfialTrur. (ihntitpriiiiKiii P O uddr ai.
Dli. T. A ."b LOO U 11, 111 J-iarlHi., Naw Tork.
Park DumlMr rontalof oar I0o
arimlawnwoU oflatHaaaad fnu
WMtlnfX rormpondonli.t Hump1
oopT HV.itlw. AiMnat, I1KAM V
AND HAND, Cbldmv,lll. Hw
Do not nib your clothes
w hin you ran anh without
tion eiiarantttcd or nmner
rcfuniled. 8cnd 16 ceuta, silver, to M. V. TUltr
KKLL& CO.. rtomeret, Minh. Airenu wanted.
Survival of the Fittest.
i PAMILT MEDIcng THAT BAB HEALED
MILLIONS) DCCIMQ 35 TEAKS I
A BALM FOR EVERT TVOrKD OF
UAH AND BEAST I
The Oldest & Best Liniment
VB MADE IN AMERICA.
SALES LARGER THAN EVER.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment hanl
UUl'Il RIIUU " Jl.xio llli.ll lllllij-ii.
yenra s the Iicst of all I.lnlinonlH, foi
Man and Ilcast. Its inlus to-day an
lnr;7r than ever. It cures whon all
others fall, and penetrates skin, tendon
nnil miiMilo, to tho very bone, bold
Als pomlsr nsrar varlca, A .nvrel of purity,
Rtrtnitth and whnlcKmeDis. llniM eonnoniii-sl tlisa
Ui. onlinarY kkiitt. at d rannoi ba unld bi ounirati.
tlon with Wio multitude ot low test, short woW's,
alum or phmiihate powilom fold only hi out
turns. aUtiRa kViwusa la., lot Wall etrast. H. T.
ft -.1 ' . :"'. ;
-L I I
. f '" -r
M I 1
In uae bj
For Ride by the Trade
IfatHiMall kinds of KlilJS
Tlie SIMPLEST, rhsansst,
and MPS! PfPUCT IN' UBMCH
made. 3(lold Mixlal lSilver.
and 16 Kirnt rmnliiiiu. All
nirra. Kvmlfnr Iniirolllustial
l I'lrrulsr FREE
. - in mai rnCK
Addraas Petaluma Inoobator to, I'vuma, CaL
You can have free four book. " Short Sioriei h
California Authort," " Elocution and Uralory," "A
C'rtKcnt and a Croii," and a copy of Golden Kra Majf
arine, by tending 30 centi for a year's sulaMrriptinn ta
Ih. Itanrh, Klrld and Fireside, the cheapen ar-ical.
tiral paper in California. Goldun Esa Cu., 71a .Mont.
jomrry M., .San r ranciaco.
Plso's n.mrdy ftr Cauirrh la the
Bvsl, KaHlsl lo Use, and Cheapest.
Also irood mr Cold In His Head,
IIuHdaclie, Uay Fever, . 60 ceula.
Oriraua. band Inatrumenta. Lsnrnt
Lsnra stock l Hhret
Hands supplied at Kastera irloat
M. MlbiT via Post aipwt. Nan Kranoiio.
AD DIPBPC'fi KI.KCTKO MAONKTTOI1FI.T.
VIls rltnUt A Woudrrfiil Iurentlon. I)i
sm and WtiakneM nf Male or Kt male cured Without
MtHtloine It act like insMie. Knr iartlcnlars aiklreaa
I)k 1'iKBvx Hon, 704 .olo til.. Han Franolwa, Del
tTOCC Who Bilffrr fmm Mr
I iaa i,, i,,
Tf A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE
I V Of Ih oelebrated MAllSTUN 1101,118,
mitall niali, will be MntonrarrlplortnamM.
Maattoa Ktator Co., M Wist Uth auiel. Mew Yttk.
.1 YTlKKII.I'I'A'I KI, Mi.N.
Vou art) alluwwl a Av trial nf thtrttt Hewn nf thm
tiMfofDr. Dyit'tKetiratrt! Vullalr Hull with KImtrlo
HuftpfDHory Apnilftiu'ott.forthoriiMiy rrllof Riidier
manr lit cure of A'ertww VWiu, louuf Vitality, n&
Manhood, nnd all klndnd troimloa, A Mo for man
other dlaWUM, Com plot rent rn tlon to Health.Vlffop
andUajiiiu(diariuilA(Hl. No rlftkUlncurreil. Ilfu
tratod pamiihlK In tented envtlom maUtnl trm, bf
dOiwlaii Voltalo licit CoH Vlarilnitt, )Uch.
1 VSh i I IT 1 from lieil 10 liw. nsw
1 kK,S5'r, l OSli i tide purpoe.
llalNnf (IV For cittuUr. K'l "'I
UU ... f Or Kl-1(....tauss. tt
njilf eKprw.Jr ttir tlio cur at
tli'raiiuvuieiiiiuf lh eiiei tt-r
organs, 1 lie tontinuou ttreat
of LLF.CTKICITY iwimrttintf
through the pirt mutt rcWor
ttn-m to hfalthjr iciton. IH
not confound liit with Klectno
Ik-lu atWertarU to cure U 111
from heatl to ttw. It tl (ot tiw
This Great fMmiEiVnlna' Frmcdv and
Krrve Tonic lire a tVltboul Full. Nenoua
and l'hyilcal Debility, Lost i( Vitality, "Weakness,
Virile t-cllne, IiuiHiUvioy, Oreiteniiiilv. Conditlona.
I'nwlalitli. Kidney and llladderOoinplfiintii,lllaeaisor
the Wood, Kruptlont, and all tlie ovllelti-cta of youthful
follies and ioeaai ; ptrmanentl prerentlnK all Invol
untary weakenfiiy drains upon the syvteu, howerer tlmy
ooour, rMtorlng jtvA Maahood. howerer complicated tl.
eat. may ba, and wh v. all other ramealM hare failed,
A Permanent t ore Absolutely (iaaranteed.
Pno. f? B0 per bottle, or fire bottles for tlO. Sen',
upon receipt of price, nr (!.( D . to anya!ilma,ttrtc.
bsrlTate.W K. '. D. Ml t lKLIt.
HI it krarny trrettBan tranclseotal.
to e Hufllclont to allow Its
itauna ayniptotna anu ay.
t.ouauitatioua, tuutly oouudaotlal, by latter er at
No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco, CaL
(TaxiTi alii Ciisomo, Apbcial ae Psivara Dusjnra
with woxniaruii weeasa.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I
It a certain cur for
.VorroiM Debility, Liutt
horn, and all the erO
effocta of youthful follies
and exceasea, and la
lltnon. Jn Mini li,
who iaa regular ph vai A'a.
frraduat. of the Ui.'.-er.
ity of Pennsylvania, wtf.
aree to lortoit .9 fV
a cose nf this kin.1 the
I'rol Krnt ora tir (ua.
dnrhis special advice and treatment) will not cure
tl.f-0 a bottle, or four time the quantity sent to
any address on receipt of priro, or C. O. I. in pilvate
name If dusirtd, by Jr. Mintlr, 11 Krarnj HI.,
a. y. I'uL bend for lint ot questions and panif-MeV
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Vrtll rawa tVPIlh tn anr one annlrintr br letter, statlna
trmptomt, aex snd aire, btriut secrecy In regard U
all business irwiaaciiona
N. P. N. V. No. 117 a. F. N. U. No, ML