The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1890 · Page 7
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 10, 1890
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IOWA STATE COUNTY POPULATION. AN AWEUL EXPERIENCE. Aa Ol'l War Veteran Came Kent Being ' Hurled Alive. ' Abnet ti. Dunn, an old war veteran, is dead and burled for the second time. fTb.0 latter funeral occurred at Burlington the other afternoon. Death came to him several days before, but by his Request hjs body was held as long aa possible. Ills reasons for this request were natural. Some time ago Mr. Dunn died to all appearances. The physicians declared him dead and the undertaker prepared his body for burial. In tho midst of the services Dunn camo to and was entirely revised by physicians who wore hastily called. Mr. Dunn's experience was terrible. Ho was perfectly conscious of all that took place about him during his death sloop. He could aeo tho forms of hla loved ones and hoar their words, but despite the terrible energy of his thoughts ho could not glvo them a sign. His body was dead as marble. Tho hours spent in the coflin with tho knowledge oE certain burial alive were full of terrible horror. Suddenly, as the last rites wore being performed, his agony proved too much for tho deathly grip holding hia muscles, and he moved his arm. The horrified mourners cried aloud that ho was not dead, and physicians came and resuscitated him. His life since had boon one horrid dread of doath. Ho begged that they should not bury him this time until ho was undoubtedly dead. Close Guessors. The winner of tho 8100 prize offered by the Chicago Tribune for tho nearest guess at the population of the United States was lugged of! by an iowa man-. O. H. Russell, of Perry—who away baok in April placed the population at 63,-. 400,296, or only 244 out of the way. Among the other lowans who were closo guossers were: P. A. Willard, of Burlington, 62,403,899; E. D. Shearer, of Creston, 62,4.75,000; Bennett Moulton, of Montgomery, 62,445,72&; M. Montgomery, of Charles City, 02,495,301, and Grace M. Williams, of Des Moinos, 62,499,999. from th B OonAtu Oilt«» of la* terest to lovritnfc Census Office gives the- popfltA* Won of the several counties in the States. The first row oi figures shdws the present number, and the second the number in 1880: Cedar 18,273 Clinton... 41,184 Davis 15,330 D. Molnes 36,278 Henry.... 18,876 Iowa 18,801 Jackson.. 22,784 Jasper... Jefferson Johnson. Jones.... Keoltuk. HIRST DTtvmiOT. 18,036! 18,488 83,089 20,988 19,881 83,771 Lee... 1 .... 87,702 Louisa.... 11,887 Mahaska, 28,789 Muso'ttno 24,478 P'wesh'k. 18,386 Scott ..... 48,472 VanBur'H 10,843 Wapollo.. 80,416 . Wash'ton 18,453 Allfim'kee 17,858 Bent on... 24,172 B'k Hawk 24,838 Bremor... 14,611 Buchanan 18,90-1 Butler.... 15,451 Chtok's'w 15.019 Clayton.. 80.075 Delaware 17,348 Dubuque. 49,584 Fayette.. 23,110 24,887 85,903 15,070 17,400 21,855 85,429 20,808 21.052 23,800 81,258 SECOND DISTRICT. 13,148 85,209 83,170 18,936 41,266 17,043 25,885 80,374 Total...504,343 489,698 19,791 24,888 83,913 14,081 18,540 14,8513 14.53.1 28,889 17,!>r,t) 48,9110 23.258 Adttlr 14,514 Adams... 12,270 Appano's. 18,030 Audubon. 18,372 Cass 19,034 Clarke.... 11.314 Dallas— Decatur.. Fremont,. Guthrlo T1I1IID DISTRICT. 14,677 10,249 12,639 17,807 10,887 37,237 14,363 21,585 23,933 Total...421,215 405,411 Floyd , Franklin Grundy. Hurdit... Howard. Linn .... Mitchell. 15,879 12,800 13,295 18,878 11,172 45,298 13,272 Tatna.... 21,»45 Wl'n'sh'k 83,402 11,637 11,888 10,630 Mills..... Monroe... 20,470 15.043 IC.KiO 10,721 Polk.. 11,5)3 Pot'w't'c 18,740 15,830 Harrison. 81,2-17 10,6-19 Lucas.. Mudlson,. Marlon... 14.550 15,«00 23,018 25,111 14,1552 13,658 M'tg'm'y. 16,783 7,418 Page 81.808 ~ - 65,86H 47,333 13,541 17,007 1(5,377 16,886 18,254 15,057 Ringgold Shelby.. 17,852 Taylor.. H3H4 " ' Union Warren 14.630 Wayne. 17,234 14,137 13.719 15,895 19.067 48,395 39,850 12,085 12,698 15,638 14,980 19,678 10,127 23,772 13,404 18,103 18,808 Boone.... 13. Vista.. Calhoun., Carroll... 0. Gordo.. 14)854 Cherokee. 15,050 Clay 9,309 Crawford. 18.887 Dickinson 4,328 Emmet... FOURTH DISTRICT. Total...609,808 452,501 20,838' i Greene.. : 15,762 'Hamilton 15,305 5,595 Hancock.. 7,018 ~ Humb'ldt 9,£09 7,537 13,351 11,461 8, am i 4,290 Ida 10,678 Kossutb. , 13,118 8,057 12.737 11,252 8,453 6.341 4,382 6,178 1,968 4.248 Lyon 12,413 1,901 Total...210,442 131,465 1,550 FIFTH DISTRICT. Marshal... 25,829 23,752i 1 Monona., O'Brien.. Osceola.... Psilo Alto. Plymouth. Pocahont.. Sac 14,514 Sioux 18.263 14,519 13,039 B,5B4 9,314 19,374 9.533 0,055 4,155 2,819 4,131 8,560 3,713 8,774 6,428 Story.... 18,107 Webster. 81,539 WinWg' 7,380 Woodb'ry 55,710 Worth... 9.241 Wright.. 12.057 16,908 15,951 4,917 14,906 7,953 5,082 Total..471,883 867,011 UNCLE SAM'S BOYS. on Hoc Wedding Day. Victor Engelhovn and Miss Anna C. Johnson, ofChariton, went to Ottiimwa and procured a marriage license. They spent tho day with friends in that city and started in the afternoon train for home. Just before boarding tho train the prospective bride began talking incoherently upon tho subject of religion. Sho was pronounced violently insane and taken to the asylum at Mount Pleasant. Three Koyn Hurled Alive. Willie and Millard Falty, aged 9 and 6 years, respectively, and Fred Hawley, •aged G years, killed by the caving in of an abandoned sand bank at Atlantic where five or six small boys were digging a tunnel. The alarm was given by boys who escaped and willing hands were soon at work. Tho bodies of the three unfortunate boys were recovered in twenty minutes, but life was extinct. Killed Trying to Kesctia His Slstors. Honry Lanstraat, a Dos Moines blacksmith, attended the firemen's ball, and after the ball he and another young man accompanied two girls to his room. James Porter, a brother of the girls, forced an entrance into tho room, and in the altercation that ensued Lan- straat fatally shot Porter in the abdomen. Lanstraat and Shield, his male companion, were arrested. The Number of Pensioners In Each County in Iowa. The recent report of the Commissioner of Pensions gives a list of tho Iowa soldiers receiving pensions in each county in the State. Polk County has the largest number, and every county in tho State is represented in the list, as the following statement demonstrates: COUNTY. AO.l Aflalr '. 147 Adams 2l« Allamakee 177 Appanoose 423 Audubon 10S Bcnton S82 Tolinson.... !i!07 Tones 293 Seokuk 439 Kossuth. ISO Black Hawk... Boone 250 Bremcr 171 Buchanan.. 88,' Buena Vista 110 Butler 203 Calhoun 127 Carroll .- \& Cass 2,'!7 Cellar 130 Cerro Oordo 19J Cherolteo 113 Chlekasaw.... Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Deoaf.ur 3H7J Delaware 173 Des Moinos 839 7( COUNTY. No. MODEL HOME LIFE. The PlalmiAM and Good t)««d« of Rockefeller nnd toAOtfhtern. Mrs. 'John D. Rockefelier— the' wif« 61 the great Standard Oil King, Whose fortune is estimated at over $100,0(rOj* 000, and who is adding to it so rapidly, that, if ho lives, in a fow years he will be the wealthiest man on this continent — is a modest, quiet, unassuming worn- an,devotod to her household, hei? family and her home, and who never figures in the society newspapers, or in the great social events of New York. It is because she wills it so. She has no taste or inclination lor last life. Like her husband, she is a member of tho Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. The Rockefellers live on West Fifty-fourth street, in Now York City, onposite St. Luke's Hospital; and the inmates of that place, whore so much misery and sorrow is daily seen, know Mrs. Rockefeller hotter than the habitues of Fifth avenue. Two or three times a week she visits the hospital, carries flowers and delicacies there for tho poor and sick, and in other ways tries to bring sunshine into the faces of the poor unfortunates. She gives away a great deal of money and is always trying to do good. Her homo is not pretentious. Sirs. Rockefeller's two daughters employ the services of one maid. These daughters, Alta and Edith, have been brought up in the good, old- fashioned way, and have been taught to wait upon themselves. There are no powdered flunkies at the door; a white- capped maid takes the visitor's card, and Mrs. Rockefeller, if she cares to see tho caller, soon appears in her reception-room. She is her own housekeeper and keeps a set of books in which every cent expended is accounted for. It is said she can turn back ten years and tell the 'exact amount of money spent in any week of tho year. Her eldest daughter is now the wife of Rev. Charles Strong, son of the president of the Utica Theological Seminary. The three daughters were educated at Vassar, and the eldest one, instead of spending her allowance lor luxuriously- furnished rooms and rich gowns, j.aid for two years the college bill of a pretty girl from the country who was working her way through school. It is a model American home; there are prayers in tho morning and ITI the evening, and sometimes father,- mother, and children gather iound the organ in the back parlor and together sing a hymn or two. Mrs. Rockefeller is perh'aps forty-five years of age. — Ladies' Homo Journal. DOMESTIC CONCERNS. »»Tea Li60.. Linn. Louisa 618 622 299 Luoati 284 Lyon 60 Madison 260 Mahaska 407 Marion 475 Marshall 417 Mills 142 Mitchell 139 Monona ISO Monroe 215 MontgoBiRry Muscutine O'Brien Osccola. ,.. Page.... unsiPaio Alto.. 80 28: Dickinson. Dubucjuo.. Emmet — Fayetto . . Plymouth. Pooahontn.s Polk Pottawattatnio.. Poweshlek. 819 si a 144 S\f> 88 110 75 775 SNAKE-BITE CURE. Ringgold 270 . ..... Floyd ............. IOC •n_«»l.u_ lO 1 *: 274'Scott... 3? Shelby SOO Sioux 120 245 108 Franklin 12? Story ............. 2-14 Tiima ............. 201 Fremont. Greene. Gruncly. Guthrie. Hamilton 150 : Taylor 203 192 Union 855 54 Van Buren 4S8 Wapello 500 Shot by a Companion. Charles Uuttolph, aged H years, was shot and killed near Ottumwa by Willie Huffman, aged 12 years. The latter was examining a rifle belonging to another boy when It was discharged, instantly killing Uuttolph. Young Huffman was arrested, but claimed the shooting was purely accidental. Many Horsns Burned. The barn qf Mrs. Chris Riemen- fichneidor, three and a half miles southwest of State Center, was burned to tho ground together with twenty-five head of horses and seventy-five tons of hay. The loss was heavy. There was 81,500 insurance on the horses and $4.00 on the barn. N«\v» .11 Krier. A girl baby was born in Page County weighing one pound and seven ounces. Tho annual meeting of tho Northern Iowa Horticultural Society will be hold at Manchester December 10, 17 and 18. Lieutenant Frank L. McNalr, of Kirk- villo, committed suicide while temporarily insane. W. W. Yerian, who is wan ted at Bradford, Pa., for embezzlement, was arrested at Des Moines, A Dos Moinesclerk received a "notls," signed by "White Chapel Girls," warning him to leave the city within thirty days or stand the consequences. The thirty-sixth annual meeting of tbe State Teachers' Association will bo held atJPes Moines December 30 to Jan- wary 3, The efforts of tbe traveling men to Secure the erection of a $10,000 hotel at t,ake View have proved unavailing and the project will be given up. County has voted §75,000 for a new court-house at Held. Peg Moineg pays Henry & Stanley p,«IVfaj?9»e lecture. . CJMiBd* youth concealed 1 won a to Methodist Episcopal an was dedicated, {t Hancock. 54 Hnrdin S?fl Wvyne Harrison SOU Henry 3<I<1 Howard 164 Humboiat 95 Ida 59 Iowa 194 Jackson 31E Jasper ; 45C Jetterson 333 Warren .......... 272 Washington ....... 8J4 Webster Winnebasro Winneshlek 192 57 218 Woodbury — 315 Worth. 47 Wright 130 Total 83,189 SOMEWHAT ROMANTIC. A Sad Story Uevlved by a Wedding In ntnrNhitlltown. Erwin A. King,'of. Sioux City, was married the other morning to Mrs. Ben Statter, of Marshalltown. The wedding was an element of local interest at least, from the fact that the bride is the divorced wife of Bon Statter, a former prominent insurance man of Marshalltown.. Statter heartlessly abandoned his wife and two children some two years ago, went to Wisconsin, where, under the pretense of pushing hia insurance business, he paid court to a lovely girl in Milwaukee and finally married her, all unknown to the devoted wife be nad left here, and with whom he had kept up a desultory cjor- respondence*. Returning afterward he sought to patch, the matter up, but was arrested for bigamy. Hia friends fur* nished bonds, and Btatter disappeared, since which time be bad never been heard of. His first or real wife is a highly respected lady, the daughter of Dr. W. 8. McBride, a prominent and pioneer druggist of Marshalltown. An tinmen** Applo Crop. Some weeks ago W. K. FoUettJ, of Malvern, Mills County, commenced gathering Ijis apple crop, and finished the other day. He had not figured up the result minutely, but tfaid that bis 8,000 trees had ^>orne him a crop of about 7,000 bushels—5,000 bushels of prime marketable fruit and 9,000 bushels of an inferior grade that were sold for immediate home consumption or inade into older and apple butter. The orop brought him tbe snug sum of H* gOO, The entire 8,000 trees occupy but forty acres of land, tbe returP 1 * (here* being over »iOO aa acre. The Uan of I^argo Quantities of Alcohol EmpH tlcaily < oiutemnod. In a paper in the Revue Sciontifique describing his recent researches and experiments regarding the bits of poisonous snakes, Prof. Kaufmann advises that in the treatment of abitejthe injured limb should be tightly-bound above the bite as quickly as possible, with a handkerchief or any other available constrictor, and that then a l-to-3 solution of chromic acid should be injected deep into the wound, making several similar injections in tho neighborhood of the wound. If these directions are carefully followed, the poison will bo destroyed before being absorbed. If there is already much swelling of tho wound more injections should be made in various parts of the swelling, which should then be manipulated to bring tho acid thoroughly into contact with the poison. The swelling should then be freely lanced and as much as possible of the fluid squeezed out. The skin should be washed with tho chromic acid solution, followed by the application of compresses saturated with the solution. If the swelling returns, these procedures should be repeated. This local treatment should be supplemented by tho internal administraticn of alcoholic stimulants and aqua ammonia. Prof. Kaufmann, however, strongly condemns the use of large quantities of alcohol, which, he thinks, paralyze and depress the nervous system. Cakes: Four caps of.flugaf, one cup of butter, six eggs, half & tea* cup bf sweet milk, one grated nutmeg and flour sufficient to toll out. Cut with & fancy cake cutter, and bake in a quiclc oven. Sprinkle with sugar while hdfc«-Yankco Blade. -"Lemon Jolly: One box of gelatine dissolved in a pint of cold water for ono hour; add three pints of boiling water, the juice and grated rind of four lemons, and one-and-a-half cupfuls of sugar, or enough to sweeten to taste. Strain through a flannel bag, and pour into jelly-moulds or a deep dish.-^- Dembrest's Monthly, -^Abernothy Biscuits: Three pints of flour, two tablespoonfuls of sugar and orie of salt, ono and one-half of .baking powder, four of lard, two of caraway seeds, two eggs, one pint milk. 8ift together flour, sugar, salt and powder. Rub in lard and add remainder. Give a few vigorous kneads and roll out till onetfourth of an inch in thickness. Cut Into biscuits and bake fifteen minutes. Store when cold. — Housekeeper. — Chicken, Spanish Style: Put two spoonfuls of whatever you use for frying in a largo sauce-pan. Tho Spaniards always use lard, but either butter or drippings may be substituted. When hot, add two onions cut fine and throe large tomatoes cut in slices. Fry for a few 1 moments and add two young chickens, cut as for a fricassee, seasoned and rolled in flour. Let these fry, turning them occasionally, for ten minutes; cover with hot water and simmer. When nearly tender add a pint of potatoes cut in cubes. Cook very slowly until all are done.— Springfield Republican. < —Shoes lying about make an otherwise neat room look very untidy. If you have not much closet room it is a good plan to make a shoe box for each' room. A soap box covered with cretonne or chintz is just che thing for this purpose. Put a box-plaited flounce around tho sides of tho box. Make a cushion for the top of cotton batting, hair, or excelsior, and cover with cretonne or chintz to match tho flounce. Line the inside of the box with either muslin, silesia, or paper. This makes a nice seat to use while putting on one's shoes and stockings, as it is so much lower than a chair. — Fried Fish: Clean carefully, wash- Ing out the inside of perch, smelt, or other pan-fish, and wiping perfectly dry. Have ready a little drj, salted flour, and coat each fish well with this. Heat lard very hot in a frying-pan, and lay in the fish carefully, not so many at once that you can not turn them with ease. This you should do so soon aa the under-side is nicely browned, and when both are of a yellow brown take the fish out of 'the grease. If small, transfer them to a hot colander, to rid them of every drop of fat. Send to table in a hot dish. When eggs are plenty you can make a really elegant dish of small pan-flsh by dipping them, after wiping, into beaten eggs, then rolling in pounded cracker or bread crumbs, before frying. In any case serve your fish dry — not crisp — neither soaked in grease nor slowly converted into cindery chips. — Chicago Inter- Ocean. HowM Thl»f W« Offer One Hundred Dollars JtewMrd for anV csiJa of^^atih.that oanjiotjb* TV Oj Vl*"-J UUtAV^A •JlpjiAS/X** MUVW OMV wr »" «.>W Cheney for the ladt fifteen years, and believ* him perfectly honorable in ail business tranftactlons, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West &Truax,V7hole8ale Druggists. Toledd. Yv" aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. ->• • Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials free. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. "ACTIONS speak louder than words," un- 'es8 you happen to be using the telephoae. .. -* „ HEBRAIC!* THE LOTHROP MAGAZINES, tHB BEST IN THEWOBLPFOBTOtrWG PEOPt«. THE PANSY. Both the method and results •when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts centlyyetpromptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, head- ftches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Svrup of Figs is the only remedy of ita kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable oubstances, its many exc llent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy kncnvn. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60o and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist "who may not have it on hand will procure it- promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. OUR LITTLE MEN and WOMEN. Opens Little ttind* to the wondew about tbetn. RJtRVI tfiffll*i3teS8£i>. DAD I LHlliyi SOc. a year. WIDE ftWMCL "Warmly welcomed virherevwworth •win*.'* Sand subscriptions for 1891 before January 1st and receive the Christmas number free. 12.40 a year. NOW IS THE TJMK TO S1JBSCB1BE. D. LOTHROP COMPANY, Boston, |yilln«trnted Catalogue of Books, F.ttEH. •9-H1UIIHI8 PAPIH ,,njta~J** wltU. THIS IS THE ROLL E8TAB. 1861. on which Is wound The Braid that is known the world around. Wrlta at once for our JS.OtXDA.~r and FAX>Zi »KY GOODS CATAJLOOTTE. Bend you* name and address' now. JOHN TTO3KK, 7T7, f79 and T8 IS. Halited Street, Chicago, 111. SAMPLES OF DRY GOODS SENT UPON REQUEST. •(•KAMI THIS PAPER «»«Jtta«J«« link. STYLES FOR BOYS. POSITIVE ELY BBOTHBKS. 66 Waiwn BU New York. Hollow eround ruor,tl.zo; best e ever made, SOe. ILL0 TRATED L1STJFRE mud"110WTO USB JtAZOB." Maherft Grosh, 6 S Street, TOLEDO, OUIO. -SlKH. THIS PAFCUrar Urn. joownt*. POETS AND POETRY. Walt Whitman's Optimistic View of Tilings That Are to Bp. Grand as to-day's accumulative fund of poetry is, there is certainly something unborn, not yet come forth, different from any thing 1 now formulated in any verse, or contributed by the past, in any land—something waited ior, craved, hitherto non-expressed. What it will be, and how, no one knows. It will probably have to prpye itself by itself and its readers. One tbinjf, it must run through entire humanity (this new word and meaning Solidarity has arisen to us moderns) twining all lands like a Di- ine thread, stringing all beads, pebbles or gold, from God and the soul, and, like God's dynamics and sunshine, illu trating all and having reference to all. From any thing like a oosmioal point ol view, the entirety of imaginative iterature's themes and results as we jet them to-day seems painfully narrow. All that has been put in statement, tremendous as it is, what is it compared with the vast fields and values and varieties left unreaped? Ot our own country, and splendid races North or South, and especially of the West em and Paoifto regions, it sometimes seems to me their myriad noblest Homeric and Jiiblio elements are all untouched, left as if ashamed of, and only certain very minor occasional delirium tremens glints studiously sought and put in print, in short tales, "poetry" or books.—Walt WfeiMWaa, in, North ioan, fteriew, story comes from West. jn the summer ot J889 4. §, SwrweU t««n4 in her door- 9 ypung robin which had fallen >^J T hsrt itself in attempts to ay. She tenderly eared for tt, and it iu time be c^e ft. 6t^ UealtJiy bird, It became $ -"' " -^^* v^^jgQ ai^rded, aad tie whistled call oJ Uir^,tb.ej;e saaA taken '• out o n.5Pf w&*fKf& f^^ ^f Suits for Little Fellows In Kilts and Mi tidies In Knickerbockers. Little boys ars all getting to be sailors, and, contrary to what has been the fashion for many years past, it is now considered extra chic to put them early into trousers. Not long since boys wore knickerbockers until they were twelve or thirteen; now they are hardly out of short frocks when they are dressed as middies, with funnel-shaped trousers and jackets. For those who still prefer the kilt suits, the following is one of tho prettiest: The skirt should be in tho biaa and laid in a broad box plait in front, and side plaits turned toward the back the rest of the way round. This is sowed to an underwaist of stout silesia, and over it is worn a closely-buttoned jacket of ladies' cloth, matching one of the chief shades in the plaid, which has side forms, coat sleeves and a rolled collar, as well as outside pockets with stitching on all the edges. For a boy of three years a kilt of cloth, flannel or cheviot, with a. waist aowod to ib-duub'uu'* liwo box plaits, back and front, rolling collar, coat sleeves and an outside belt of the same material. Kilt backs and one-piece fronts are worn with short, round cutaway jackets of the same or a contrasting material. A little home dress of brown cheviot ohock.8 has a loose one-piece front, buttoned on the edge down the loft side, with tbe close waist cut off at the waist line and a plaited skirt added *vhich has the plaits turned toward the center bwkv The collar is rolling, the sleevea are shirt-shaped, and a belt of the goods buttons in front Double-breasted reefers look well on small boys before long winter coats are needed. Many kinds of cunning caps of velvet and cloth are worn, in both plain and fancy goods, in fez, Tarn O'Shanter, iockey, polo, porkpie, derby, Scotch and other shapes. For a baby boy just toddling around, a coat of blue or brown cashmere, having a box-plaited skirt, round waist, and second front sloping from the shoulders to, alwsat meet in a point just below the waist .Hue, and held by buttons; the capes ag4 cuffs might be velvet P ISO'S REMEDY Cheapest. Belief is immediate. FOB OATAKBH.— Best. Easiest to use. . mediate. A cure is certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal. it is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied to the nostrils. Price, 50c. Sold by druggists or sent by nwlL Address. £. T. HAZEl/trwa, Warren. Pa. TOLEDO WEEKLY BUDE. e United States, all tbe following articles carefully a neat box: One two ounce bottle ot Pure Vaseline, 10 oti. One two ounce bottle Vaeellne Pomade, 16 " One Jar of Vaseline Cold Cream ........ .. 15 " One oake of Vaseline Camphor Iqe ....... 10 " One cake of Vaseline Soap, unsoented... 10 " One cake of Vaseline Soap, scented.. ..... 25 " One two oance bottle of White Vaseline 25 '* — Or for stamps any single article at tbe price. If you have occasion to use Vaseline In an; form be careful to accept only 'genuine goods put up by us in original package-. A great many druggists are trying to pers de buyers to take VASELINE put up by them. Never yield to such persuasion, as the article Is an Imitation without value, ana will not give you tbe result you expect. A , bottle of Blue Seal Vaseline is sold by all druggists at ten cents, 04. on. 130.000 subscriber*, or • gpecunen cony. A dress of a dozen or ijrHAMS tuu PAMBma UM mm*. FOOD In&EN'B OHILnBKN'. iThouMndi of young nun u» ]wom«n in On V, B. JU owt lh<rU«.t»d(i^.^*w« = lihfif tupputfivio BM<VM* (hdr d»lij flltt In r 18 TUB UUDUO ALL COUtSTBISS. FOOD U 85 oroUnp. WOO: SS. Jt CO.. Pnlmer, GRATEFUL-COMFORTING THE RUSHFQRTH HAIR CURLEU —Itia reported from Maine that buried among the olam-shella at Candy's harbor the Pejepaooi Historical Society ro- oentiv found some rare and suggestive reminders of prehisnorio tjo?es. Jionos of tbe deer, porpoi,ae, beaver, fox, wood- phuck and 8jOj»e smaller carnivorous animals. 'b'i«U of f^veral kjnda, including a well-preserved specimen of the wing bone of ijie great auk, BOW wholly extinct, were pieced up. Fragcaents of pottery w«re numerous, as yell as eWps of - tony broken ofl iu th^ faanwfaoture .{ stone itnpjfiuejnja, Q| ipyiewcnts, brokou one of tufted cloth has a bo?, skirt, round waist, and coat fv:ith rolled collar, cuffs and belt ot velvet |Boy8 of two or ftvo years wear kilt gults pf many variations. After that £iVf them trousers and jackets or waists, which makes it easier to dress them. if pi; little ones select n.avy blue OP b^own cashmere or serge, 8tripe4 pjfain bjttte flstnnel, ladies' oloth, oS checkered cheviot, tricot and or Ql two years ana over sometinies sborfc cloth trousers under their okicta for warmth, but they Mdreit Ruihforth Htlr Curttr, Uwrenog BORE WELLS II MONEY! OwrWellH*oWne» »r« tn«mo»t Mil NlVlliil I LOOMIS & HYMAH, TIFFIN,* OHIO.* sjrwia taiM tiftit, timrttw,

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