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THE TIPPER T>m M01NES. ALO< >NAi IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 1993. Hood's Cures , angles, and causing lie could not wall Son, of John L. McMurray Of Kavenswood, W. Va. A FATHER'S GRATITUDE Impels Him to Tell How His Son Was Saved. "I write this simply because I feel It ft duty to humanity, so that others affected as my son was may know how to be cured. AVheu lie was 7 years old a while swelling came ou his v\K\\t leg below the knee, draw ing his leg up lit right him Intense suffering, and 1 considered him A Confirmed Cripple The swelling was lanced and discharged freely. At length we' decided to lake him to (Jiiiclniiiill for a surgical operation. He was so \veiikntul poor wo gave him Hood's Sarsnparlllu to build up Ills strength. To our great surprise, Hood's Sarsaparilla not only gave strength but caused the sore, after discharging several pieces of bout, to entirely hen! up. Ills leg straightened out, and he now runs everywhere, as lively as any boy." J. !• MoMuniUY, Notary Public, Kavciiswood, \V. Va. Hood's Pills are the best after dinner Pills, assist digestion, cure headache. Try a box. Tested by time. For Bronchial affections Coujjui 1 , etc.. BHOWN'S BRONCHIAL TKOCUBS have proved their efficacy by a test of many year* Price 25c. T TAMING BLtJE-XOSED MANDKILLS AND TIGER CUBS AS PETS. THE SEC11ETS OF THE BEAS'L' TAMEH EXPLAINED. Birds find .Animals Oim be easily Domesticated if Taken When Young aud Kindly Treated. Young Tiger and Their .Strange Conduct While in Captivity. 1'rofessor Hagtenbeck, th« German Barnuni, holds Unit nearly every known, species of birds and animals can be domesticated, provided they are caught young, treated with kindness and kept under local conditions somewhat resembling tlioso of their surroundings in a state ot freedom. The neglect oi' the latter precaution results. The climbing instinct of its highland ancestor sooner or later assert themselves in a. pet chamois, to the scrioas detriment of its owner's roof and a young beaver, deprived of tho of tnrne tapirs. The pigs, as they might i be called from their resemblance to young -wild hogs, are as lively as weasels, and nearly as sly, chasing each other round and round and into <;he pile of hay and peeping out again at the most unexpected places. A short •whistle suffices to assemble them at the door of their cage; thor,- will explore their patron's hand for c-omesWbles, leap clear off the ground, eveufooted, to express their gratitude for a tidbit, and try to remove a troublesome competitor by tugging at, his pigtail. The parents of those speckled little imps are grizzly lumps of gross pork, as lazy as hibernating boars and more stupid tlum any other quadruped, with the ex-, ception of that half reptile, the hippopotamus. I There is a story of a virago who took a bird to a. highland resort, and on the' day after her arrival called her husband's attention to the tameness of t'Jie look at that! Thefy come right up to my feet and don't seem to be the least bit afraid." "They don't know you yet," remarked the husband; and it is indeed probable that only bitter experience has brought our feathered fellow t creatures to Hoe mini as "Satan's representative on earth." as the traveler (jorstaecker expressed it. Let any one | sweep the snow from his balcony,'scat-, tor the cleared space with crumbs, and , put the balcony key where the young coveted supply of driftwood .will build. sto ,. g arc noi <M1 , t to mid itj , llltl st)O how soon his place Avill become a ren-] desirous of winged guests—not of town sparrows only, but, of linnets, titmice/ and other birds that tiro rarely seen' out of the woods. The mountain grouse dams of books, boots and giw \vcd-offi iible legs. With a pond for headquart- rs, and a lot of loose building material, eavers can bet made as tame as pet oons; and Navarrele, in his chronicle f the AVest .Indian Islands, mentions At fat than a sea-| Ilca1x ,<i s tory of a farmer who had petted a Hock of such guests till he found them In his cabin one evening roosting o t for the musement of his visitor, the call of its master, the strange, reature—more unwieldy .on—would wriggle out of its pond, uid drag itself up a rude flight of steps o receive its lunch of chopped up lisli,' on njs ^ivs and exploring the plateau ogether with the carcasses of the chief-! ot tlle aimicr-table. i aiiis youngsters and friends, then turn Tbe ungUgh n!l turalist, Wntorton, round with a look of inquiry, and if illletl llls pnrk witll woo<1 buxls Wy tlle not detained be," special request, wriggle S i mp i 0 p i an O f never interfering with jack to its pond and vent its exultation llis guests—keeping a free lunch on hand in a series of aquatic gymnastics. nild letting them take their own time The gray wolf of the North American , UKl wny ^out eating it—and the same irairics is considered untamable, audj mng i c i llu i probably bewitched the pets have often wondered if its paroxysms! oi . Miss ;Me y rlnger, the daughter of a are not due to the restric- roving propensity. By a It OnroB ColdB.Coughs.Sore Throat,Gronp,Inlla*a> la,Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthmu 4 certain cure for Consumption in first stage*, ant ' > «urn riilinf in mirnnced stages. Use at once. Ynn will nao the excellent effect after taking tht fir»l-. dosn. 6i>ld by dealers everywhere Larg* 60 cents and SI.00, p KNOWLEDGE . Brings comfort an\i improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, hy more promptly adapting the world's test products to the'needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given, satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs and being well informed, you will not accept any'jubstitiHc if olk-ix-d, of our southern Allcglicnlcs is as say HuyUuii cliiuftim who had immuged ns {l llu . kej . ( yct uiorc tolcnince of its tame a manatee, mid repeatedly fed j nc i,ienlnl visits is enoiifrh to mako it frequent the farinynrd for gleanings of chicken feed, and there is a well aiithen- If You Want The Best A LTHOUGH you may have had good luck /» with but few failures in making cake and biscuit in the olcUfashioned way with soda and sour milk, or soda and creani of tartar, you will have better luck and (following directions) no failures with the Royal Baking Powder. The truth of this must be evident when you remember that in the leading hotels and restaurants, and in the homes of our city cousins, where the latest and best methods are invariably employed, and where the most beautiful and dainty food is always set out for the guests, the Royal Baking Powder is exclusively used for all quickly risen food. Royal Baking Powder never disappoints; never makes sour, soggy or husky food; never spoils good materials; never leaves lumps of alkali in the biscuit or cake; while all these things do happen with the best of cooks who cling to the old-fashioned methods, or who use other Baking Powders. If you want the best food, Royal Baking Powder is indispensable. "AN "INEXPEmiCNCEirYOTJTH. | New York Weekly: Married: Man.! "Are yon engaged to Miss BlankieV" Young Friend. "Yes, I watched her a whole day on a railroad, train, and became so interested in her that 1 followed her up. got an introduction and now we are to be married." "Was she traveling alone?" "No, she was witlh her mother, and her kindness to her mother is what captured me." "But, gee AVillikins, old man, she'll go on being kind to her mother." " I am liappy to state to you and to suffering humanity, that my wife has used your wonderful remedy, August Flower, for sick headache and palpitation of the heart, with satisfactory results. Forseveralyeaft she has been a great sufferer, has been under the treatment of eminent physicians in this city and Boston, and found little relief. She was induced to try August Flower, which gave immedaitc relief. We cannot say to much for it." I«. C. Frost, Springfield, Mass. 0 CARPETS. it'r D. W.'JMowatt, citizens' candidate i'o mayor of Ashland, was endorsed by rousing mass meeting. Tf you are rnnsilp.'iicil. blHmis or troubled' with sick lieadaclio, ISoecham's Pills afford imuu'diaio relief. Of druggists. 25 cents. ill humor ion of its ittle indulgence in that respect, a Mex- oan fanner of my acquaintance has do- nesticated a couple of jaguars that omped about his ranch like pet kittens, md liad ceased to be objects of dread 0 the cattle of the neighborhood. In heir rough -and tumble play with the vatch-dog they generously forbore the use of their sharp claws, though in efending themselves against the wanton ittack of a strange cur they had given 1 memorable proof of their latent liglit- ng ability. In rainy winters they would! frequent the warm kitchen, without 1 ever violating the laws of cleanliness, and tho only season of the year when they became rather troublesome was 11 the spring, when they wore apt to indulge in moonlight promenades on the house roof and set up a responsive howl on hearing the screams of their wild relatives in the neighboring swamp. African colonists have more than onee tamed specimens of that near relative of the wolf, the hyena-hound, and Dr. Krehm gives an interesting account, of a pet of that sort that would take hunting trips of twenty or thirty miles, aud| sometimes supply the larder of its own- wr by dragging home a. young antelope, and accept a. bowl of milk in exchange! for its prize. The live young gorillas which, up toj (.late, Imvo been brought to various parts of Europe, have proved as docile as baby chimpanzees, aud a much more dangerous variety of our Darwinian! cousins is the semi-carnivorous baboon,' (.•specially the Ghaenm baboon and tho[ drill. The drill, a close relative of tho bluo-no-sod mandrill, lias canine teeth j an inch and a half long, and can use nlieni with an energy that makes the stoutest dog turn tail. "Our -poverty but not our will., consents" may be his excuse for devouring eggs and young birds in the treeless hill country of Central Africa, but liis diet, though he eats prickly pears in their season, has '.-vi- dently reacted on his disposition, and a combination of ferocity and great cunning makes tho adults of the species German c iloiiist of New Freyburg, Brazil. Her father was a self-tmight naturalist, and his collections have been described by several South American travelers, but in t!hc> opinion of the natives his curiosity shop was eclipsed by the menagerie of his daughter, who had not; only .tamed two nose bears, but a rock boa, a formidable looking monster with the disposition of a lap dog, for, at a signal from his benefactress, he would try to curl himself up in her apron, with a. supernumeray coil or two around her knees. There is one way of telling the speed of a railwaly train which old travelers claim is almost infallible. Every time the car passes over a joint in the trsick there is a distinct, click; count the number of these clicks in twenty seconds, and it is said you have the number of miles the train is going per hour, as the length of the rail is uniform. The Philadelphia Times says of our Uncle Jerry that he feels that tho opportunity of his life was wasted through his recent removal from office. He was just about to complete a plan by means of which hens would lay gaily oma- meutod eggs for Easter. We can tell you that complete—and the best displayed stock of Carpets in the city. But even then you may have a clouded conception of what such a stock is really like. ' Seeing alone will do. You must see it in order to correctly estimate its value. Not only its value in so many dollars and cents, but its value, to you personally, its value to you as a housekeeper. The coming will call for but little effort, while the pleasure and arofit derived from the visit nay repay you many times. Send for samples if you cannot come. GIMBEL BROTHERS, Milwaukee. Made to Look tike New. Dresses, Gent's Clothing, Feathers, Olovus etc., Dyed or Cleaned, Plush Garments Steamed, at Otto Pietch's Dye Works, 2itt W. Water St., Milwaukee. Send Tor circular. Every Mussulman from the Sultan down to the lowest dervish, is compelled to have a trade. Two Stepping Stones to consumption are ailments we often deem trivial— a cold and a cough. Consumption thus acquired is rightly termed " Consumption from neglect." not only stops a cold but it is remarkably successful where the cough has become deep seated. Scott's Eimdsion is the richest of fat-foods yet the easiest fat-food to take. It arrests waste and builds up healthy flesh. Prepared by Gcott & Bowne, N. Y. Atl drugeiats. Mr. Win. H; Moore, 307 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Mil., a Commission Merchant, recommend* Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilblains, lie writes: "My. wife suul son linve imi-il Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilbluins with marked efficacy." A. J. lijonison, an old resident Vlroqun. died suddenly. At'tiv ctitlu his dinner lie heenine 1'nint and pirer.1 n sliorr time afterwards. ILY'S CREAM B Wli.I, t:| Kli "> 4O,OOO,OOO M" ~\V,~~W, DUDI-HY & CO. Solicitors of Patents, Pacific Bld'g, 622 F, Bt , N. W.. >n tlilipipar. Washington, D, C. UBHCU Cures Consuiuptl on, ConBhs, Oronp.Bort throat. Sold by »11 DruKRists on a Guat»nte9, forV l«ne Side, fiack or Chest Shlloh-B Porgu* Plaster will give.peat tatisf action.—a$ cent*. BEST POLISH IN THE WORLD. nr tfld\ it\ liatit Paints • < hands, injuie the iron, and "U^ising Sun Stove Polish is Bril- jflrless, Purable, and the con(or no tin or glass package ever AN if 909 CO Ld t£ D O ULCERS SCROFULA RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON Aud every Itindred disease arising fronumpure bloou cured by that never-failing and best or all medicines, about tlho most dangerous of all me-j named by the Bell Telephone nagorie pets. The youngsters are apt ^Ictlfl^im^ ' to Appreciate kindness, but tho irrita- J^ intelligent advise, free at : charge, bility of their temper shows itself be- ' "" " fore they are more than half grown. On a cold day a young drill will submit to being swaddled and coddled like a baby, but let the nurse put him down for a' minute and the four-handed infant will use its fingers to rip its shawl into shreds and set up a screech like a rusty buzz-saw striking a pine knot. Nothing but. abject flatteries will restore its wood humor, and the 'attempt to choke it into silence will not mend matters, for the obstinate little Imito wil rather die than live without using liis next chance of breath for 'yet more horrible screams. In default of more congenial company Muster Cyiioceplialjis will join a two-j handed youngster in a game of romps,] but at the lirst real or imagined effront| he will bristle up and face the offender with glittering eyes. A peace-offering in tho shape of a peanut may sullice to straighten out his rulilcd feelings, but the frequency oC such puroxysnih" would make them an intolerable nuisance if it was not for the cunning tricks of his lucid intervals. Those periods of playfulness, however, become 'soon exceptional, and a veteran drill will pout in the darkest corner of his cnge unless the reUon- strancc of his landlord'should provoke UUU to fly at the door and wear out Patent in 1801. TRADE MARK, Book on Hloc J and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC) GO,, t>y return mall, foil d». sorlptlve uirculara of .W "OODT'B WPjWra 'AILOB ByWKMB OF BBEBS OtTTIUIO. Revised to dote. These, onlx, »r* tn? gcmSneSAttoi 8T8TEMB invented and copyrighted by »*OP. P.W. MpODT. Be- wareo! ImitaUang. Any lady of otdj. r nMllleuc* can easily and Wcie. I)',.-,. :i.<e is imn;itura) and is but tliu proof iliat we are abusing Nature. U is claimed that Garfleld Tea, a simple herb remedy, helps Nature to overcome this abuse. jffO QUARTER will do you as much good as the on« that buys Doctor Pierce'i Pleasant Pell«U.Thli Is what yon get with them: An absolute and permanent CUM for Constipation, Indigestion, Bilioui Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all derangements of the liver, stomach, and bowels. Not just temporary relief, and then a worse ot condition afterward—but help that lasts. Pleasant help, too. These sugarcoated little pellets are the smallest, the easiest to take, and the easiest in the way they act. No griping, no violence, no disturbance to the system, diet, 01 occupation. They come in sealed vials, which keep? them always fresh and reliable; a convenient and perfect vest-pocket remedy. {They're the cheapest pills you can buy. ex- The British warship Undaunted, which, grounded at Alexandria, Egypt, ias been released and proceeded to Malta. Fits-All Fits Stopped tree by m-.KUue's Great Nerve Restorer. No Fits alter llrst dav's uee Marvelous Ourna. Treatise an-l $26n trial bot tin to Fit Uases. Phils., Fa. Send to Dr. K.ine, 931 Arch St. • ^fc jffk Ovftraomai -_ ICQ tad'eatl.vj OUTM Sick HeoiUohe.Keitorw Complexion.SUVCM Doctxu i BUli. Bamplatree. Qiari»U)TliCfo.,S19W. WthSt.,N.i Cures Constipation Thousand! our«a. Dina PC m i»mp»i. j.i_.jji g O. W. F. SNYBBR, M. »., Mail Dept. J, MoVloUor'w rvt\»*t»r, Olilca,a;o. Jill THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND M,V COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My doctor nays It note Rontly on the itomaph, llrej and kidneys, find is a pleasant luxnt.lvo. Tins Or I Us made from hnrus, awl la prepared (or use as eauq as tea. It la called I'S MEDICINE iuKiiw «» " »' Mc » nd *' I",' P M . k "i"; K I°ii.*ii?nJi It imil voui a.lilrni for it Irec inmiile. Ijllin'" ."""'v, • tall 5 •otn III. b rnufr* IMO .1. -Mil Jn ORATOR . ., y. In «rd« fc. be be.llhy, tfili p wonmv *pr> F.«RA^ N. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies — on— Other Chemicals' lire used in the preparation of W. BAKER & CO.'S rokfastCocoa which is absolutely pure and soluble. \ 11 has morethan three times I tho strentjt.li of Cocoa mixed jwith Stnrch, Arrowroot or ...^ 'Sugar, and J9 far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and BASIL* DIGESTED. . Sold by Grocers CYoryrrhert. • W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Man; City of Toledo, Lucas Co., S. S. State of Ohio. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City o'f Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1889. * A. W. GLEASON, NOTARY PUBLIC. W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE Do ycu wear them? When next In need try a pair! they will|Wyou more comfort and.service for the monejj Una my other make, Best In the world, 00 $2,50 $2.09 • $5.00 $4.00 ,$3.50 42.50 HALL'S CATARRH CURE IS TAKEN INTERNALLY, and acts directly upon the Blood and mucous surfaces. W, L, Douglas Shoes are made In all Latest Styles, .' „ If you want a fine DRESS SHOE don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3,50, $4 «r $5 Shoe, They will fit equal to custom made and look and wear as well- If you wish to •conomlze In your footwear, you can do so by purchasing SVi !•• Douglas Shoes, My name and price is stamped «n the bottom, look for It when you buy. Take no sub- | itltute, I send ihoes by mall upon receipt of price, postage free, when Shoe Dealers cannot supply you. iW, I» DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mt>»». ITHE LATEST SENSATION s World's Fair Souvenir Flaying Cards, consiutiuK oi I Deck of 63 C»rds. viz.: King, Queen, Jack, and Spot Cuds. On the face of eac/t Gun! it lUkoyraphed, in Mv«n colors, one of me 48 different National, foretan, tiui State Jlutlitlnys of the world's Fair, making ma UioBt beautiful aud uultiue Deck of 1'luyiiiK Oui'di •verrut on the market—the best-uelliuK novelty yet Droduced. Ageutu wanted. Sample Deck, 60 ceuta, fiwoiftlty Publ'UK Co., m S. Hulbted Bt.. Chicago. 111. teetli lu u desperate attempt to lie tho Iron bars. still iiioro remarkable contrast in Ulsposit6n of yo\iug aud adult spoc- L ' iy\U,es Uie observpv of a, family .-v «MD I.OW PRICE I AND E. B. WALTHALL & CO., Druggists, Horse Cave, Ky., say; "Hall's Catarrh Cure cures every one that takes it." CONDUCTOR E. D. LOOMIS, Detroit, Mich., lays: "The effect of Hull's Catarrh Cure is wonderful." Write him about it. KJiV. H. P. CARSON, Scotland, Dak., suys: " Two bottles of Hull's Catarrh Cure completely cured my little girl." J. 0. SIMPSON, Marquess, W. Va., says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me of a very bad case of catarrh." Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines, PRICE 75 OENT5 A BOTTLE. THE ONLY GENUINE HALL'S CATARRH CURE IS MANUFACTURED BY F. J, CHENEY & CO,, B JOHN W.BIOIIKIS, . O. l u last war. 15uiUuaic»tuii!c PISO'S CUR E : FOR ConturipUve* »Pd people ttuohare ve»k looK»«r A»th-1 m* ihould UM Pt«o'9 Care for I CQOHnnption. |t bM cure* I thoa»«»nd». it has not Injured one: It l> not bad W t«JH»> U U the bet' cough «yrup. 8914 everywhere. **«»

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