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An obnervant metropolitan bjrie
suy< that he can tell one’s physical
condition by the state of his hair!
The Bible tells us that with his hair
gone Samson lost his strength. The
Rmiaus considered baldness a seriou
affliction and Julius Ca-.ar was never
quite satisfied witli himself because his
poll was bare.
The face, however, is the open book
and one can readily trace in its various
expressions, lints, changes and com
plexion the state of the system.
The eye that is unusually bright and
yet has a pallid brightness, the face
upon whose chieks nature paints a
rose of singular beauty and flush,
more maiked in contrast with the ala
baster appearance of the forehead and
nose and lower part of the face, is one
of those whom the skill* d physician
will tell you will some day dread the
funereal month cf March, because it
is then that consumption reaps its
tell us is caused by this that and the
other thing, by microbes in the air, by
micro-organisms in the blood, by deti
cient nutrition, by a thousand and one
things, but whatever the cause, decay
begins with a cough and the remedy
that will effectually stop the cause of
that cough cures the disease of the
That is all there is of it.
The cough is an evidence of a wast
ing. To stop it effectually, a remedy i
must be used.that will search out the
cause, remove that and-then heal the
lung and do away with the cough.
This is the power, special to itself,
possessed alone by Warner’s Log Cabin
Cough and Consumption remedy.
This is no new tangled notion of nar
cotics and poisons, but as old-fash
ioned preparation of balsams, roots
and herbs, such as was used by our
ancestors many years ago, the formula
of which has been secured exclusively
ly the present manufacturers at great
trouble and expense. It is not a me:e
It is a system-searcher
and upbuildcr and a consumption ex-
pellant. Where others fail, it wins,
because it gets at the constitutional
cause and removes it from the system.
J. W. Henshaw, of Greensboro, Pa.,
on Jan. 15, 1888, reported that “he had
derived more real benefit for the length
of time, from Warner’s Log Cabin
Cough and Consumption remedy than
he had for years from the best state
If you have a cough, night sweats,
“positive assurance in your own mind
that you, oh—you, have no cousump
tion,” and yet lose flesh, appetite,
courage, as your lungs waste away,
you may know that soon the funereal
month of March will claim you, unless
promptly and faithfully you use the
article named. If other remedies have
failed try this one thoroughly.
others are offered, imist the more on
trying this unequaled preparation.
Some persons are prone to consump
tion and they should never allow tl.e
disease to become seated.
WIGS AND WIG-MAKERS.
Some Facts About tlie Art of Manipulat*
lug Human llair.
A barber says that one of the few
kinds of woman’s work which is not
overcrowded, and at which competent
girls can always earn good wages, is
that which includes the working, cut
ting and general management of the
human hair. The hair trade is dull
now. After the holidays people will
have more time to attend to their hair.
The average pay of female hairdressers
is $8 a week. Sometimes it reaches as
high as $18 per week, and sometimes
goes down to $5. A girl who under
stands the business thoroughly can
command $18 a week anywhere. One
hairdresser in this city used to employ
140 girls, and paid out $700 weekly in
The p fit lies in false hair. Women
that have their hair cut short and are
tired of it, buy wigs or “switches” to
wear in the street Those- whose hair
is poor, or who suffer from baldness,
wear false hair at all times. Girls who
confine their attention to hair-working
alone, earn from $8 to $10 a week. It
is an art that needs skill and no small
amount of patience and perseverance
to succeed witli. The hair with which
the wigs are made is collected by com
mercial travelers in Germany and
France. England ana Belgium are
poor markets for hair, not becauso of
the scarcity, for both English and Bel
gian women have tine hair, but because
they will not sell it. When collected
it is put- through a cleaning process,
severe enough to fetch the dirt out of
an elephant’s hide, and then dyed
several times over. The best hair
dressers never buy hair from the head
or from private hands.
Perfectly white hair is rare and com
mands almost any price. Natural
curling is also of considerable value.
A good wig of white hair costs $40.
The material of which these wigs are
made is clipped from the goat and
seldom from the human head. A
plenteously soft silky kind of snow-
white hair comes from the Angora rab
bit A perfectly white and abundant
wig of human hair would be worth at
least $1,000. Hair cut from the head
after death is never used by any good
hairdresser. It can not be used to any
advantage, as it will neither curl nor
twist Hair can be proved by pulling
It to its utmost capacity.
tosened it will contract to its former
ngth.—X K Mail end Express.
A LCCKV TRIAL.
The good Fortune which followed fair
San Francisco, February 29,1888.
D kab Bn: It affords me great pleasure to send
you this voluntary statement of my experience In
testing the merits of Joy 's Saraapari Ila. For the
past five years I have been troubled with an ex.
ceedingly sluggish liver, and within the past two
years it has brought* with in its trail a thoroughly
disordered stomach. Including io^a of appetite
and distress after eating, pains in the back and
kidneys, and boi s around my neck and face. I
have tried several remedies which are advertise«!
as specially f< r the liver, and could never get mor*-
than temporary relief of about a week or two. 1
waa recommended to try a bottle of J ot 'a Vegetable
Sarsaparilla as a test, and while taking the Aral
bottle I became conviarced of its merits for I could
feel it was w -rklng a change in me. I have taken
five bottles, and d «ring ths’ time my troubles have
left me. F. eiyth.ng is workin« fnil and regular,
in fact It has Hennaed, purified and hr* M me up
generally. I feel like a new man. T'-uare at per
fn-t liberty to use thia as yuu see fit, or you can
refer whom you please t.
With Beamish, corner Third and Market streets,
bau V mueiaee.
Resident Gardner Induces a Broth or tn
Change His Opinion.
“If Jdge P.2a itu W aterfalI ar’ in de
h ill dis eavnin’ I should like to hev
iiiin step dis way,” laid Brother Gard-
<i t as he adjusted his glasses and
lo< ked over the assemblage.
Tl.e “Judge” was present H* has
lately taken the first prize in au Ama-
>eur Art Association (limited) for the
best specimen of an axe-handle made
by hand, and he went forward under
the idea that he was to be compli
mented before the club.
“Brudder Waterfall,” sahl the Presi
dent, as the member stood before him
with Ids weight on his left leg, “I
war’ in de back ea- d of a grocery sto*
las’ nite, beatin* K irnel Cahoots fo*
straight games of checkers, when you
cum in. D) fust thing vo i inquir’d
fur was white sugar, an I sot dar’ an*
heard you purchase mocha coffee, cur
rant jell an’ ninety-eent tea. Ar’ I
k’ rect, Brudder Watcrfall ?’ *
“How’s de house rent?”
“A leetle behind, sail.”
“An’de chill*on’s shoos an’clothes?”
“Party bad off.”
“An* you*9 in debt to de wood-yard
an’ de grocer?”
“Slightly, gah; but times is power
ful liar I dis winter.”
‘ Sirtin; an’ who’s to blame fur it?”
“D • rich, sah.**
“Exactly. If it wasn’t fur a few
rich men in dis ken try who want to
show off deir cutters wo shouldn’t hev
any winter. If do rich didn’t own
houses to rent an’ refuse to rent’em
fur nnflin’, we poo’ folks could gil
ahead. De rich are to blame dat you
h< vn’t got a big woodpile, a cellar full
of pork and taters. an’ dat your fam
ily am not dressed in broadcloth
Isn’t dat do way you figger, Brudder
“An* you doan* nrgy dat white su
gar an’ ninety-cent lea ar’ any to-
rich fur de blood of a man airnin sis
or seben dollars a weekP”
"No, sah. I ain’t rich, but I’ze Ju
ns good as rich folks.”
••I see. Brudder Waterfall, please
step into de ante-room. If, arter <1-
lapse of a few minutes, you conclud
lat brown sugar an’ apple sass an'
Rio c< ff ?e ar’ mo’ in keepin’ wid :
poo’ man’s wages, pleaso gin thru«
raps on de doah.*’
The audience waited. It wasn’t
minute and a half before the rap
were heard, and Brother Waterfn
stepped out a great deal the worse f<-
wear. He closely resembled a ma
who had been held by the ear am
kicked by a No. 10 brogan. He wn
breathing hard ami much excited, bn
he managed to say:
“My opinyuns hev undergone i
complete change, sah.”
“Worry well,” quietly replied th
president. “Some folks kin be woi
ober by argyment, an’ odders need :
sudden shock. You kin sot down
Judge.”— Detroit Free Press.
Ernestine’s Wooing, or Love Under th
It was evening, and the lights froi
»he silver candelabra came softl
through the rich Venetian glass whic
hedged them in, and touched with it
lender warmth a youth and maiden
standing silent amid the rich appor
lionments of the great drawing-roon
of the girl’s palatial home.
“Henry, will you be mine?”
It was the girl who spoke, and si
lence, shattered into a thousand frag
ments, fell crumbling to the floor.
The young man blushed scarlet, am
quickly hid his face in his hands.
With loving, gentle strength sb
ook them one by one away and gaze«
fondly into his trembling, sweet brow
“Ah, love,” she whispered, “loo’
at me. Look deep into my soul an
see the heart that b<^ts its sweeten
cadences to the measures of youi
She took his sensitive white hand
in her own, and modestly as the dais
looks upward to the morning sun he
turned his eyes to hers.
There was a strange thrill in his
hear , a burning in his cheeks, an in-
l escribable power 'ifting him upward,
upward, into a soft, sweet air, which
tilled his very being; as the fragrance
<>f fir and balsam comes with life and
Ikope to the weak ihd wasted con
“With all my heart, Ernestine.”
Sweet as the music of rippling waters
or muffled silver bells; sweet and low
as the organ harmonies whimpering to
each other among the carvings and
ihe softened frescoes of some grand
»Id cathedral choir, were the young
man’s word9. and they brought to
Ernestine such peace and rest as until
this day her heart had never known.
•O:i, H’*nry.” she said, and he! I
ut her hands to him.
Again the bright young blood surged
to his cheeks, and wiih a glad liitle
cry he threw liims If inio her arms,
and like a tired bird, he nestled his
head ii|>on her shoulder and shut his
eyes to all the world to dream of
There let us leave them.
We can afford to leave them be
cause neither of them appear to be left
— particularly the glrL
MOTHER OF HEROES.
a Nobl« Woman Who Governed ae Well •»
Loved Her Children.
When the news of Captain Perry*?
victory on Lake Erie reached his moth
er’s home in Newport, an old farmei
on the island said: “It was Mrs. Pern
who licked the British.” Living in th«
lame village with the Perrys, he had
observed the excellent discipline main
tained by their mother during the ab
sence of their father on the sea. Then
were five boys of them, all govern©'I
with firmness and good sense, tempered
with tender affection, by one of the best
of mothers, and all five became officer*
of the United States navy.
Sarah Alexander was the maiden
name of their wise mother. She was an
Irish girl, twelve years of age, living
at Newry in County Down, when she
first saw young Christopher Perry, an
American prisoner of war quartered
at Newry. He was a boy of fifteen
when the American revolution began,
and enlisted at once in the little Col
onial navy. Captured soon by a British
cruiser, he endured for three months
the horrors of a prison-ship in New York
harbor, anchored near the spot where
the great Brooklyn bridge now casts
its broad shadow across the East river.
He escaped with “little besides his
bones,” but was soon afloat again, and
remained in the naval service as long
as the struggling nation had an armed
vessel on the high seas.
It was in 1780 that he was captured
again while cruising in the Irish Sea,and
was carried into Newry, where, being
released on parole, he met the pretty
Irish girl who was destined to be his
wife and the mother of our gallant
Perrys. Two years later, drawn by
the light of her eyes, he shipped as
mate on board a Philadelphia vessel
bound for Ireland, where he had the
exquisite joy of receiving her on board
his ship as a passenger, bound on a vis
it to one of her uncles living in Phila
This was a piece of luck so extraor
dinary that a novelist would hardly
dare to introduce its parallel into a ro
The young sailor improved
the golden chance, and before the ves
sel reached the American shore thp
lovers were engaged. They were mar
ried at Philadelphia in 1784, when Per
ry was twenty-three and his bride was
sixteen. From her have descended many
naval officers, besides the f inious Cap
tain Oliver H. Perry, whose victory on
Lake Erie is one of the most gallant
and picturesque exploits of naval war
She was a lady of beautiful form and
face, as well as of vigorous health and
great stamina. Her lovely brown eyes,
her rich dark hair, her perfect teeth,
her firm and graceful carriage of body,
are not yet forgotten by the few living
persons who had opportunities of see
ing her. She trained her boys to the
practice of virtue, real virtue, courage
and fidelity, a just regard for the
rights of others, respect for age and
services. She was a warm patriot, and
felt most keenly the insults to the flag
of her adopted country which led to
the war of 1812. Her special merit as
a mother was that she governed as well
as loved her boys. Most mothers are
fond and affectionate enough, and she,
too, was one of the loving mothers;
but she did not permit her fondness to
relax her discipline. She exacted a
prompt and complete obedience to
tained in her home the same discipline,
just and firm, kind and considerate,
which her noble sons were famous for
in the vessels they commanded.—
LEANING * TOWERS.
Why They May Be Considered the Results
The four furnaces that are in course of con
struction at Emsley City, near Birmingham.
Ala., are to produce 7*) tons of pigiron a day.
Two thousand men will be employed. This
great establishment will cost nearly *1,000,000
FISH DESCRIBED BY
Is not a more tenacious monster than malaria,
whether it takes the form of chills and fever,
bilious remiltant. ague cake or dumb ague.
L ke the octopus of the story it clasp* ths vic
tim in ite tentacute, and ruds him «loser and
closer in a horrible embrace. Attacked with
Hoatelter’s Stomach Bitter», however, it grad
ually relaxes ite tremendous grip, finally aban
dons it. «nd the quondam sufferer, liberated at
last rejoices in the sense of new born freedom,
engendered by the restoration of complete
health Dvapcpsia. too, and constipation, those
old and remorseless enemies of the human fam
ily give ground, and are Hnally driven from
thè field by this Napoleon of remedies, the
greatest, the purest in the family pharmaco
IMBia. Kheuniatism succumbs to it. so do kid
ney troubles. The nerves, when overstrained,
regain quietude and vigor by its aid. and the
ability to rest tranquilly and eat with seat are
increased by it. Resort to it in time and avoid
A curled walnut tree felled in the Coal River
Valley, West Virginia, was cut up into veneer
ing and sold for *1,600.
FLYING DOVE OF PEACE.
A richly frosted quivering flying Dove.
A Dream of Life screen calendar. An im
ported ideal head. An imported f oeted
now scene and a full set of magnificent
floral cards. Fourteen artistic pieces.
Sent to anyone who will buy from a drug
gist a l»x of the genuine D b C. M’L ane ’ s
C elebrated L iver P ills (price
and mail us the outside wrapper f om the
box with 4 cents in stamps. Write your
address plainly. F leming B ros .. P itts
burgh , P a ._______
In New York city the building trades have
forty-five unions, with a membership of 65,000.
M uch has been written and said about how
to make home happy. Tht- moralist and the
preacher have hacknqyed--|J<H theme until it
would seem nothing more remained to be said.
But the philosophers have gone far out of their
way to account for the prevalence of ill assorted
couples and unhappy homes, and have over
looked the chief cause. Most of the unhappi
ness of married life can be traced directly to
those functional derangements to which women
are subject. In nine cases out of ten the irri
table dissatisfied and unhappy wife is a suff
erer from some “female complaint.’’ A trial ot
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Proscription will product-
more domestic happiness than a million ser
mons or philosophical treatises. It cures all
those peculiar weaknesses and ailments inci
dent to women. It Is the only medicine sold by
druggists, under a positive guarantee from the
manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in
every case, or money will bo refunded. Sec
guarantee printed on wrapper enclosing bottle.
A 9t. Louis fur dealer recently received from
Texas 1,024 wi dcat skins in one consignment.
WASTING DISORDERS OF
Scott’® Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
with Hypophosphites is unequalled. The ra
pidity witn which children gain flesh and
strength upon it is very wonderful. Read the
following: “I have used Scott’s Emulsion in
cases of lUckets end Marasmus of long stand
ing. and have been more than pleased with the
results, as in every case the improvement was
marked."—J. M. M ain . M. D., New York.
—G ><xlnes.< is beauty in Its best es
—A homoly truth is better than a
splen lid error.
—A ninu’s lite ii half over bofure lie
learns how to live.
—Shake han’s wid a beggah. an’
he’ll t’ink yo’er one.— Judije.
—Some men dat am de ahkitects oh
dnir own fawohunes creek mighty
crux.- bulldln’s.— Judgt.
—Good intentions will not help a
man on his way if he takes the wrong
road.— Sonierville Journal.
—A rolling stone gathers no moss,
but it knocks out all opposition at tho
loot of tlie hi IL — WtMhiaqton CrJie.
—A show spoken of as “a rare en
tertainment" proved to be a perform
ance not well done.—.V. O. Pioayune.
—Tho difference between the life of
an old bachelor a id tho life of an old
maid is that one is fall of fun and the
—Some people are as backward in
paying their respects as though re
spects wore another name for debts.—
—Some D fforonce: First Specu
lator— "Did he fall In with your
scheme?" Second Speculator—"No,
he tumbled to it!" — Tid-Bits.
—BJones. who is still a bachelor,
•ays that he has learned from experi
ence that a girl can smile and smile
and be unwillin' stilL — Somervill»
—It is one of the blessings of a free
and enlightenod country like the
United States that the law-abiding cit
izen never knows that he is governed
—until ho gets married.
—Landlord—"Come, Sopp, that is
tho tenth match I've soon you strike.
What have you lost?" Sepp—"I'm
looking for a match that Fve dropp ‘d
on the floor." — Oerrnan Joke.
— "S > you are really going to marry
old Moneybags?” said a friend to a
Now York belle. "Yes. indood; but
It’s merely a dollars and sonso ar
rangement; ho furnishes tlie dollars
and 1 the smse, you know."
—Tlie Freshness of Youth. —
When we're getting along tn years.
And more ot the world we see.
It almost makes us weep to think
How fresh we used to be.
Wakelee’s Squirrel and Gopher Exterminator.
Try it, and prove the best is the oheapest.
Wakelee & Co., San Francisco.
Nothing 1» known to science ut all coin;arab!e (
o the cuticura R emedies in their marvellous
roperties ut clean ing, [Uiifying and beautifying
ho skin, and In curing torturing, disfiguring, itch-
ig, scaly and pim; ly disease i sf the skin, scalp and
>lood, with loss of hair from infancy to age.
C uticura , Pae great Skin Cure, and C uticuea
oap , an exquisite Skin B.autifier, pre;>are<l fre.m
<t, externally, ai^J CuricuaA R esolvent , tho now
Blood Purifier, internally, are a positive cure for
jvery form of skin and blood disease, from pimples
I have had a most wonderful cure of salt rheum.
For five years I have suffered with this disease. I
had .t on my face, arms and hands. I waa unable
to do anything whatever with my hands for over
two years. I tried hundreds ot remedies, and not
one had the least effect. Tlie doctor said my caw
waa incurable. I saw your advertisement, and
concluded to try tho C cticura R emedies ; and
incredible as it may aeem, that after using one
box of C uticuea , and two cakes of Cuncuiu
S oap , and two bottlos of Cuncuiu R esolvent , 1
find I am entirely cured. Those who think tlds
letter exagsrated may come and see me and find
out for themselves.
ORACE P. UARKHAM.
North St. Charles Street, Belie River, Ont.
I have been afflicted since last March with a akin
disease the doctors called eczema. My face was
covered with scaba and sores, and the itching and
burning were almost unbearable.
C uticura R emedies so highly recommended, con
cluded to give thorn a trial, using the Cuncuaa
and CvncuxA S oap externally, and R esolvmnt
internally, for four months. I call myaelt cured,
in gratitude for which I make this publio statement,
CLARA A. FREDERICK, Broad Brook, Coan.
I have suffered from Salt Rheum for over eight
years, at times so bad that I could not attend to
my business for weeks at a time. Three boxes of
OUTfCUBA and four bottles R ésolvent have en
tirely cured me of this dreadful disease.
1875 Second Avenue, New York City.
The box o? C uticuba that you «ent me some
months ago did me so much good that I will sand
for another box, believing that it will cure me of a
skin disease with which I have been troubled for
FANNIE I. JOHNSON, Amsterdam, Va.
C uticura R emedies are absolutely pure and the
only infallible blood purifiers and akin beautiflers.
Sold everywhsre. Price: C uticuea , 50 c .; S oap ,
25c.; R esolvent , gl. Prepared by tho Porrxa
Dauo and C hemical Co., Boston, Mas«.
Send for “ IIow to Cu>«Skin Diseases," fid
pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
HTI SITED with the loveliest delicacy is the skin
I 111 bathod with C utiuu & a M kdicatkd S oap .
D||taPLE9, blackheods, chapjæd and oily akin
prevented by Cuncuna M bdioatkd S oap .
The United States and Canada export to Eng
land $750,000 worth of apples a year.
A NERl'i TONIC.
♦'KA'WL.I. or IT4
Its thousands of cures are the best advertise
ment of Dr. .Sage’s Catarrh Remedy.
Egg stains on silver can be taken off with
table salt and a wet rag.
It drives out the poisonous humors of
tho blood purifying and enriching it,
and so overcoming those diseases
resulting from Impure or impover
RELIABLE AND ALWAYH THE NAME.
B randreth ’ s P ills are the oldest,
safest aud best blood purifier and purga-
known. They are purely vegetable, there
fore h xrniless. They »re al wav» the same
and al ways produce the same effect. Other
purgatives require increased doses and
finally cease acting altogether. A course
of one or two of B randreth ’ s P ills taken
each night is a positive cure f r constipa
tion, headrehe and a 1 bilious disorders.
If you can’t take them plain get them
Acting mildly but surely on the bowels
it cone hubituul constipation, and
pramotetaregular hiil.lt. Itstrengtli-
ens tho stomach, and aids digestion.
For The NERVOUS
1 lie riULU.
Sweet potatoes require nearly twice the time
that Irish potatoes do either to bake or boil.
Man want« but littio here below,
But wants that little strong.
This is especially true of a t.uige. The av
erage man or woman does not precisely hanker
for it. as a rule, but when taken, wishes it to
be prompt, sure and eflbetive. Dr. Pierces
Pleasant Purgative Pellets leave nothing to be
desired in point of efficacy, and yet their action
is totally free from any unpleasant symptoms,
or disagreeable after-effects. Purely vegetable,
Leather chair seats may be revived by rub
bing them with well-beaten white of egg.
“Brown’« Bronchial Troche«” will
Asthma, Catarrh and
Throat Disea es.
J. H. Fl MH, Asayer and Analytical
Chemist, Laboratory, lOtt First st., Portland.
Or. Analyses made of all substances. Rates
for ai»aying gold and silver ores >1.50. Pacx
ages sent by mail or express promptly attended
to, and returns made.
Celery and Coca, the prominent ta
rred lent*, are the best and safest
Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and
quiets the nervous system, curing
Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep
In its composition the best and most
active dlureticsof the Materia Medica
are i< uni >in<’d scientifically with other
effective remedies for diseases of the
kidneys. It can be relied on to give
quick relief and speedy cure.
Hundred «of testimonial« have been received
from pemons who have uned this remedy with
remarkable benefit. HendTor circulars, giviu<
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Prop*»
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Sprains. Bruises, Contusions, Ahrnlslons,
burns, Scalds, etc. Prevents Inflamina-
matlon, and effects marvelous cures._____
Those who suffer from Asthma, Plenrisy,
Sore Eyes or Sore Throat, will find It an
lix-ninparable remedy, as a single trial
will prove convincing._________
ne who suffer« from Bolls, Hun Ions, or
Painful Corns, cannot afford to be without
a bottle of this most soothing remedy,
which give» Instant relief, ______________
Piles, Indigestion, Nervous Dyspepsia Tooth
ache, Earache, Inflammatory Kheumatlsni.
and ¡ill Red slid Inflamed Swellings, are
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ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.—
CONSUMPTION SUBELY CUBED.
I’atientri t r<-nt< <l boreorttt th' <r llOEMS. Many
ample of that kind of building, the To the Editor : —
OF TflE MOST
treated nt home, th rough correspoudenoo, as
Please inform your readers that I have a pos
plan and purpose of its builder would
successfully as If hero f i pe won. Come and
itive remedy for the above named disease. By
■ec us, or stun! ten cents in stnm|»s for our
be much more of a mystery than it is its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have
•• Invalid«' Guide-Book," which gives all partic
now. The date of the completion of been permanently cured. I shall be glad to
ulars. Address: W orld ' s D ispensary M bdk -
send twci bottles of my remedy free to any of ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY
cal A ssociation , 063 Mu hi St., Julfulo, N.Y.
;his tower is given as A. D. 1350. Il your readers who have consumption if they will
TESTIFYING TO THE
Yera ng. mlddlaaaefi I
stands close by the cathedral of Pisa, send me their Express «nd P. O. address.
1<L stereos manGd o
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which was finished in the early pait T. A. 8LOCUM. M. C.. 1«1 Pearl 8t. New York
AND THE MEKITE OF
of the twelth century. Its situation,
See Antiiell Piano advertisement.
and the use it has always served, prove
that this was built for a bell-tower, or
T ry G krmka for breakfast.
A«k Tour I*r«««iat for It.
to the cathedral. It
Depot, 1056 Howard St., Han Francisco.
For “ worn-out,” ” run-down,” debilitated
was then, and is now, the common
•ohool toachera. milliners, seamstress«, house
Price. SO ctw._____ Largo Hottie«. 01
keepers, and overworked women ffrnerally.
practice in Italy to build the bell-tower
Dr. Pierce’« Favorite Prescription Is tho Ixst
apart from the church. This tower is
of nil restorativi't'»nl«f<. It Is not it ” <’iiro-iill,”
but admirably fulfills a alngleneM of purpose,
built entirely of white marble, and is
being a mow potent Specific for all those
eight stories high. It leans thirteen
Chronic Weakmwsee and Diseases peculiar to
women. Th© treatment of many thousand«
feet eight inches from the perpendicu
The Most Buoceeafu/ Ma
of such ruse«, nt tho Invalids’ Hotel and Hurg-
Tha BUYEBB’ GUIDE 1«
lar, in a height of one hundred and
ical Institute has afforded a huge exiærlenco
issued March and Sept.,
3 Gold Me<l*U, 1 Silver Medal, ant
in adapting remédie« for their cure, and
eighty-three feet. The question has
each year. It is an ency
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•ften been raised whether this was the
flnlrlieanll kind« of Eggs.
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mation for all who pur
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result of accident or design, but there
1« tho result of this vast experience. For
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chase the luxuries or the
can be little doubt that it was accident
cular Free, deaorlbin« Incubators,
necessities cf life. We
THE TRADE SAYS SO.
and ulceration« It 1« a Specific. It
Brooders, Houses, How to raise Chickens, eta.
oan olothe you and furnish is
with générai, as well as uterine, tonic
al, and caused by the settling of the
Th» Suffering Class Says So To The Trad».
Addr^, FHALUMA INCUBATOR CO . Petaiuwa, Cal.
all the necessary and unnecessary
and nervine, and Imparts vigor and strength
to the whole system. It cur. s w« itkn. mh Off
appliances to ride, walk, danoe, sleep,
ITS VlltTl'KS ARK PHKNOMMNA1.
stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak back,
This se< ms reasonable from the fact
ITS CL K^S AKK MW KUIl«.
1> A.TETNTE I >.
nervous prostration, exhaustion, debility and
or stay at home, and in various sixes,
that the upper story does not lean so
Chronic Caaes 40 Years’Standing Cured
In either æx. Favorite Prescrip
The only practical Corn Harvester in the world, pat
styles and quantities. Just figure out
tion Is sold by druggists under our positive
much as those below, as if an attempt
•■□ted by Win if K tricofe, of Martinsbunrh, W Va
wrapper around bottle.
fMd ly Dru-i(jöYi and Dealer k Evrrywhfre.
were made to remedy the defect in the
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair
fact ire<i for (<40| and sells for (150) It will do ten men's
mm a MV- A«
O« *1* BOTT IF-«
The (!liarl«4 A. Vogeler Co., Balio., Md«
work. Cuts corn planted in rows Bend for drawings,
estimate of the value of the BUYERS'
'>-ogress of building. Another circum
description and testimonials
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
Bend 10 cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce’« large
stance which leads to the same conclu
To CA PIT A I.IHTa AWb B a LRAMBN For a good Invest
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
Treatise on Diseases of Women (100 pug« %
ment in patents or p »tented articles, add«eMi C HAN
sion is the fact that the largest bell,
,overed). Ad<iresa, W orld h D imi ’ en -
BO KN No 4 Eddjr Ht . Kan Francisco. Cal
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. « papcr-<
ary M edical A ssociation , (M3 Main btreet,
which w eighs six tons, is hung farthest
111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, UL
buffalo, N. Y.
The Oregon National Bank,
away from the overhanging side. Again,
rt T im siren anfrsr-
ibis is not the only tow« r of the kind
sai satlsfacUon In th«
»«« to MetrinxiMtan Harings 4tank )
I TO S DATS.
cura of Gonorrhœa and
n Italy, built at about the same time.
Gleet. I prescribe It and
a OenewU Hankrnf Busineaa
•;?wLF\o a» avx* LIVER
There are two of them at Bologna, one
bject to check
feel safe in recoin mend
ú GO Han Franctaco and New York
nr« «air fry ms
>f which was begun in A. D. 1110. It
UNH 'w faviwable terms.
à. J. MTOMF.B, l.f)^
is over nine feet out of perpendicular,
Vie Pai Siimi
md is one hundred and sixty-one feet
ARTI.Bli.IOtn «nd CATHAHT10.
PRICE tl.OO. a
high. In this case the foundations set-
klFINWAY KRA.WM'H, PKAMK A
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11 a 1.1.’H
□ ILIUHAL MACH. Gabler. Hoenish
led so fast that the tower was nevet
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completed. The other tow er at Bolog PULMONARY
«took of Hheet Music and Books Bands si
n . W
Kastern PrioM MATTHIAS GRAY CXA.
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tlon. Ind Igeallon,
Hce, in uar In no other Plano, by which our Plan««
eet high, and leans over six And n hall C0U0H1. COLD’. IVCIPIIHT CORgUMPTIOl«
and Bilious Attacks«
stand In tune 20 y ears, good for 100 ; not affected
promptly cur»-d by Hr.
And .!1 Thr.^t n>4 Lun, Tnmblm.
cet from the perpendicular. — Youth t
by climate. No wood to split, break, swell, shrink,
Meld V, all l»rw«Blii«- r»r »« «'rate,
crack, da<-ay, or wear out ; we guarantee It. He-
1 om panion.
Purgative Pellets. 25
j. a. cates a co.,
npnt« « vl'il, bv Br» waists.
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Thu* do we see what tlmre is in L »ap
fear to the hungering and thirsting
oul of the voting woman who know
trough to embrace hor opportunities.
417 Manaease MtM MAS FRAMI'IIH’O
And ei. braces them.— Washington
e Peole at Rome. Italy, a Roman hotme
erected du ing the fourth century ia
living excavated. The walla of the
central apartment are adorned with pio-
— Dr. C. A. White thinks he h:i? turea in a fair state of preservation;
solved the mystery of what bee m* i two among them represent Christian va»
attrrrt i ota
of all «he antie.s that deer shed even subjects—namely, Moses taking off his from
in Htad and pain
veer. A though the antlers when lb« »hoe. in the presence of the Most High,
deer is killed before they are removed jnd a woman in prayer, clothed with
will withe ami all weathers for year* ■unic, veil, necklace of pearls, with her
Cream Balm I va-
it is very rarely that a pair that hav arms outstretched. Tnis is the first relvred. Every
been -hod are found. Dr. White as I Roman dwelling found adorned with trarr of my rr,/d
serfs that he has discovered a • nail Christian pictures, which have hitherto tra» removed. H
C. Clark, Id IHvi
leen found in the catacombs only. It viern
insect that attack the antlers a
If. Y dp
• to Father Germano, a monk, that praiotVt afire
a ithin a short time after they are she
lies r yt them by borrowing tbsougi th. world is indebted for these excava
tions so interesting te the historian
anl through the » a .
aid aatinnerisa.— t'enrAcsfcv Ctuntr.
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