The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1895 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 17, 1895
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TBLfl MS M01M12& ALGKMnir IOWA '"' ' -" ,' : •' •*-' ,'- f *" •• """»•"• • Ai»Ktt 'if, HofodfcABLt VEttfiAN Ihc tone fcimb is Not tlic Onij fo* a Gbtftrntntnt ttfe- fcither. ,' (From the Journal. LewistOn, Mi*) Samuel R. Jordan has Just given the tfoufnal ah accoiint of, his life, which Ih view of his estremily hard lot tot tfte J>ast few years fs Of great interest. A "1 am 48 years old and have always lived Ih NeW Portland, 1 enlisted In the army in 1862 as a private In Company A* Twenty-eighty Maine Volun* teers. My army experience injured my health io .same;: 'extent, although 1 worked at blacksmltning Some part of the time, when suddenly, several; years agd, 1 was prostrated with What able physicians pronounced Locomotor Ataxia. At first 1 could get around somewhat, yet the disease progressed quite rapidly until I had hardly any feeling in my legs and feet, they felt like Sticks of wood* and I grew so much: tvdrse that 1 could hot move for three years without help, as my neighbors and friends could testify, I employed several physicians in my Vicinity, and elsewhere, aild they all told me that medicines would not help me, that they could do nothing to efteist a cure and that in time I ohould become entirely helpless. I became discouraged. I was a great care to my wife and frlci Is. Shortly after I met an old army comrade, Mr. All. Parlln, a resident of Madison, Me., and he incldently mentioned how he had tried Dr. Will- lams' Pink Pills for a severe case of rheumatism and a spinal and malarial trouble, that he had suffered with consequent of his army life, and had been greatly benefited by their use. By his earnest recommendation I was Induced to try the pills. After taking them for a time I began to feel prickly sensations in my legs and a. return of strength so I could move them a little. After a few! weeks I began to feel a marked, .improvement in my condtton. I soon was enabled to walk around a little With the help of crutches. After taking for some time I can now walk without crutches, my general health is muoh-irn-' proved and I have regained my old- time vigor. I can walk about and enjoy life once more, for which .1 feel very thankful, and; this happy result is due to the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People were' first compounded 'as ; >a prescription and used as such in general practice by an eminent physician. So great was their efficacy that it was! deemed' wise 1 . to place them within the reach of all. They are-now-manufactured,by. the Dr. Wlll- ; lams' Medicine company, Schenectady, N. T., and are sold in boxes (never in loose form by the dozen or hundred, and the public are cautioned against numerous Imitations sold In this shape) at CO cents a box, or six boxes for '$2.50,; and may be had ,of all'druggists or'-dlrect by mail from D'rJ •Williarps'>Med. Co. '•'• DOMESTIC HINTS. Tomatoes are nico with cream and sugar. .:•• ;.• -, • , \ Sugar loses part of its strength by, boiling. " : . ;, ; Sugar should ,be browned in a dry' pan tor sauce. Wrap .fruit jars with paper to keep out the light! Wet and -flour well the inside of pudding bags, ' ,'; Figs arc -good "'boiled live minutes and served hot. Never wash raisins; wipe them with a dry cloth. Keep preserves in a dry place; seal •with flour paste. Benzine ans.vyors; >adniirably for. thinning gold paint: ; '' / j: • 1 '•{' <:• \ Boil coffee in a salt sack, iit is nicer than egg to settle 'it. . Put soda in -., sour fr.uit for pies and they will require less sugar. • ' : A little sulphate of pottissa added to preserves prevents 'fermentation.' 1 ' After paring fruit drop it in cold •water to prevent it changing color.; \\Jhen sauce boiles: from: tfi'e. side ol the pan the flour or com' s'turuh is douo. ..... ....... ' .......... Glaze the bottom crust of fruit pics with white of egg and they will not be soggy. Salt will remove ijje stain caused by oggs f roiu silver.. It must be applied d;ry. To whiten silver: :. Cream of tartar 1 o/,.,, common salt 2 ox., \yater 50 oja.;, total, S3 OZ. ,.•-•' ''•':•''•'• •'-'•: ...*.•:/• ! -'' : '••' Always put a little soda iu milk- that is to" be boiled, as an acid is formed by boiling. . •.-, ! . Seal the juice left from canning fruits in small bottles and keep for making fruit pudding sauces. " Do not boil vinegar ; for pickles, Boil the vegetables in salt and water, drain ana pour the vinegar on. For convenience in; cleaning Jamp ohimnoys, nothing is -nicer than u small aponge attached to the end of a - stick. •' ' • ; ... •.' ;: '.: :•'• '•..:; • ' '' • To remove tarnish from jewelry: Carbonate of soda 1 oz,, bleaching povyder $ og., common, salt i oz., 1- '" '" ''' ''' ' , . . , To clean walnut stairs; Mllk, sour or sweet, well rubbed into black walnut sfcviw with an old soft flannel will wake them look perfectly now. A pretty bangle-board js wade |n the shape of a crescent. It is coy- tired with pale blue satin and has u design of daisies painted on il.' 1 An effective "chair back" is of pale yellow pongee with, a, dqsign °f spider wpbs and conYouti,6,nftUzed wild roses, ' vvobis are worked in white silk rgsos.m pale pmk )vith A bit of porous paper is bettor for polishing oyeglasses and spectacles than any thing else, The sort qf paper vpon which newspapers ar 4 e priptocj is tha best- Moi*tou the glusaos and rub 4ry wiiJi tbe paper. pork pay be broilo.d or fried iu munnor us bacon, and by CDUfldoi-ed raoro wholesome. pork in slices; parboil it in b^iiiug v»\$i", broil or fry and serve will* slice* of ieniQu.., P«»9fc ttOTW! .away ,y»a tops, of U'* «loy«»s, but use tUe«i f QV purposes, pgiuting- thuin fa.o.ejful d'eafgn., '4'Tioy will will it to»y» !i£* JUBILEE IK A MEtfc6- CHURCH. Is SWftllcttcrt tip Jn thte Vlotei-y" tot, 16 i 554—The Sifuggl6 tight iin<i Unrkiies.n—The JJattlc tB Vet to Coino. feOtJT hundred ahd sixty* one Easter mornings have wakened the earth, In France for three centuries the al- mahacs made the year begin at Baster. until Charlfes IX. made the year begin at January 1st. In the TowSr of liondoh thero Is a payroll of Ed' ward I., on which there Is an entry of eighteen pence for four hundred colored and pictured Easter eggs, with which the people Sported. In Russia slaves were fed and alms were distributed on Easter. Ecclesiastical councils met at Pontus, at Gaul, at Rome, at Achala, to decide the particular day, and, after a controversy more animated than gracious, decided It, and now through all Christendom in some way, the flrst Sunday after the full'moon which happens upon or next after March 24 is filled with Easter rejoicing. The royal court of the Sabbaths is made up of fifty-two. Fifty-one are princes in the royal household; but Easter Is queen. She' wears a richer dlad3m, and sways a more jeweled sceptre,, and''In her>right, hand the wrenched-.'off bolt of Christ's sepulchre, and holding high up in her left hand the key to all the cemeteries' In-Christendom. ' ' ' ' My text is an ejaculation. It Is spun out of hallelujahs. Paul wrote right on in his argument about the resurrection, and observed all.the laws of logic; but when he came to write the words of the text'his fingers and his pen and the parchment on which he wrote took fire, and lie cried out, "Death is swallowed up in victory!" It is a dreadful sight to see an army routed and flying. They scatter everything valuable on the track. Unwheeled artillery. Hoof of horse on breast of wounded and dying man. You have read of the French fall- Ing back from Sedan, or Napoleon's track of ninety thousand corpses in the snow-banks of Russia, or of the five kings tumbling'over the rocks of Beth'- oran with their armies, while the hailstorms of heaven and the swords of Joshua's hosts "struck them with' th'eif 1 fury. .But In my text is a v/orse discomfiture. It seems that a black ( glant proposed to" conquer the earth' He ; gathered for :hls host all the ; aches and pains an,d majadies jand distempers and epidemics of tlie ages./ He matched them' down, drilling them In the north-'i east wind, amid the slush of tempests.' He threw up barricades of grave- mound. He pitched tent of charnel- house. Some of tho troops marched with .slow ; tread, .commanded: by con- sumptions; sOme In double-quick, commanded by pneumonias. Some he took long beslegement of evil habit and came by one 'stroke' of the battle-ax of casualty. With bony hand be pounded at the doors of hospitals and sick-rooms and won all the victories in all the great battle-fields of; all .the five continents. Forward, t'rfiarcli! the conqueror of con- QUerpf-s, arid all, the generals and com- manders-lri-ehlef, and all presidents and kings and sultans and,czars drop under the feet of his war charger. But one Christmas night his antagonist was born. As most of the plagues and sicknesses and despotisms came out of the east. It was appropriate that the new conqueror should;cpme out of the same .quarter/ Pow.p\ is given him to awaken all the fallen of all the centuries and ..of, fl.ll lq,nda,, and. marshal them against the black giant. Fields have already been won, but the last day will see the decisive battle, .When Chris.t shall lead! forth his. tyro brigades,, the. brigade of the risen dead and the brigade of the celestial ;.host, the black,'giant, will fall'back, and the brigade from the riven•sepulchres:..will take him'/from beneath, and the brigade of descending;' immortals will 'tak'e; him; from above, and'"death shall be swallowed up In victory.". The old braggart; that threatened the conquest and demolition of the,planet has lost'his .throne, has 'lost his sceptre,'has lost his palace, has Ipst.hisi prestige, and the one word writ'-' 'ten over all the gates of mausoleum ,and, catacomb''and .necropolis, on cenotaph arid sarcophagus, on the lonely cairn of the Arctic explorer and on the catafalque of great cathedral, written capitals of. azalea and calla Illy, written, In musical''cfulenqe, written in dox- ojogy of great assemblages, written on the spulptured: door of the family vault, is "Victory." Coronal, word, emban- nered word, apocalyptic word, chief word of triumphal aroh under which conquerors return, Victory! Word Shouted at Culloden and Balaklava and Blenheim; at Meglddo and Solferlno; at Marathon; where the Athenians drove back the Medes; at Polctiers, where Charley Kartel broke the ranks of,the Saracens; 'at £3alamls, where .TJj'emls. toplus in the great sea-fight confounded tjje ..Persians, i and at tl^e 'door of the' eastern cavern of chiseled rock, where' Christ carne out through a recess and thrpttled the King of Terrors, and put the niche tram which the celestial Conqueror had just emerged. Aha! when the jaws of the eastern mausoleum took down the black giant, "death was swallowed up in victory." I proclaim the abolition of death. The old antagonist is driven back into mythology wltl^ all the lore about Stygian, ferry and' Charon with'oar land foo'at! We Bh'a\} have no more to do with death than we have with the cloak room at a governor's or president's levee. We etop at such cloak' I'ppin and leave In charge of the servant pur overcoat, our overshoes, our outward apparel, that we m,ay ,n,ot be Impeded in the brilliant round of the drawing room. Well, my friends, whpn we go cjut 01: this world 'we are going to 'a 'king's banquet, and to a reception of mon- arehe, and at the doov of th» tojnb we Je,ave the ijloak of flesJi and. tjlft f rap-, ; '(^Ith, Wljlfth " ~""»* **-" ~*X.™,ASn«. returned lo us as they are now. We want to get rid of all their weaknesses, and all their susceptibilities to fatigue, and all their slowness of locomotion. They Will be put through a chemistry of soil and heat and cold and changing seasons out of which God will reconstruct them as much better than they are now as the body of the rosiest and healthiest child that bounds over the lawn Is better than the sickest patient in the hospital. • But as to our soul, we Will cross right over, not waiting for obsequies; Inde* pendent of obituary, into a state in every way better, With wider room and velocities beyond computation; the dullest of us into companionship -With the very best spirits in their very best moods, in the very best room of the universe, the four walls furnished and panelled and pictured and glorified With all the splendors that the Infinite God in all ages has been able to invent. Vic: tory! . .....'. This view, of course, makes It of but little Importance Whether We are ere* mated or Sepultured. If the latter Is dust to dtistj the former Is ashes to ashes. If any prefer Incineration, let them havejt without caricature. The world may become so crowded that cremation may be universally adopted by law as well as by general consent. Many, of the mightiest ahd best of earth have Igone through this process. Thousands and tens of thousands of God's children have been cremated. P. P. Bliss and wife, the evangelist slngerfe, cremated by accident at AshtabUla bridge. John Rogers cremated by persecution; Latimer and Ridley cremated at Oxford; Pothlntts and Blondlnn, a slave, and Alexander, a physician, and their comrades, cremated at the order of Marcus Aurellus. At least a hundred thousand of Christ's disciples cremated, and there can be no doubt about the resurrection of their bodies. If the world lasts as much longer as It has already been built, there perhaps may be no room for the large acreage.-set apart for resting places, but that time has not come. Plenty of room yet, and .the race; need not pass that bridge of fire until It conies to It. The most of us prefer the, old way. But whether out of natural disintegration or, crepiatlon we shall get that luminous, buoyant, gladsome, transcendant, magnificent, inexplicable structure called the resurrection body, you will have It, I will have it. I say. to you today, as Paul, said to Agrippa, "Why should thought a thing .Incredible with you, that God should raise the dead?" .' , '. ., ; That far-up cloud, higher than .the. hawk files, higher than the eagle flies, what is It made'of ? Drops of water from the Hudson, other drops from East river other drops from a stagnant pool but 'on Newark Flats. Up yonder there, embodied in a cloud and the sun kindles It.-'If God can trtake such a lustrous cloud out of water drops,'many of them' soiled and Impure, ; and'fetched "from: mile's away, can he not transport the fragments of a human body from the earth, and out of them ;build: a radiant body? Cannot God, who owns all the material out of which bones, and mus-. cle, and flesh are made, set them up again If they have fallen? If.a manufacturer of telescopes drop a telescope ,on .the floor and it breaks, can he not mend it again so you can see through it?.-And if God drops the human eye Into the dust, the eye which he originally fashioned, can he not; Aye, if the manufacturerer of the telescope;^by a change of. the. glass and a change of focus, can make a better glass. than that which was originally constructed, and actually improve it, do you not .think the fashioner, of the human eye, may improve its sight;and multiply the natural eye by the thou- sandfold additional, forces, of the resurrection,.eye? • ; • I "Why should It be thought with you an incredible'thing that. God should raise the .dead?" .Things alliaround. us suggest it. Out of what grew all these, flpwers? 'Out of the mould and earth. Resurrected. Resurrected. The radiant butterfly* where did It come' from? The loathsome caterpillar, That albatross that smites the tempest with its wing, where did it come from? A sense: less shell. Near, Bergerac, France, in a Celtic tomb, "lipder a block, were found flower seed and planted It, and it came thousand years; The'explorer took the flower seed and planted it, and it came up, it bloomed in bluebell and helitrope. Two thousand years ago buried, yet resurrected. A traveller says lie found in a mummy pit in Egypt garden peas that had .been buried there three thousand yea:rs : agOir ,;H.e ;brOught''them out, and on June'4;' 1844; he planted them, and in thirty days they sprang..; up, Burled three tho^sand^ years, yet resurrected; ••• - ••• '•••• • * '• •' ••''. '' •'•• "Why should it be tbpugljt, : a,jthing incredible" ^yithf.ryou Uh^t"; ;'Qod should raise the dead?'-' Where -did ' all this silk, corne ,from?, the silk .that adorns your persons arid, yip'ur homes? In the Hollow of .0..••B.t'ftff 'a/^j&ek,;.missionary brought fr,5nj';Cliina;t9'^ur;ope, ! the progenitor^ of'thosg wprm,s : that''now sup-' ply the: Pill?.markets of '.. njfiny nations. The 1 pageantry , of hanpefed host and the:'Jijxui'lous .Qrti^eg; Qf;;cp,jnjn.erolal em- porliin> : :t'l^lO{f'PHt froip'the,'Sill^yyornjs! And'Who shall'be .{surprised if qut :of this. Insl.grilfloant earthly life our boiJles unfoW into soTnethlng worthy of the coming eternities; Put silver Into diluted' nitre and it., dissolves. Is the sil- ver'gone fore've>?':,No, -Put }n some pieces of copper and the silver reappears.' H one.force' dissolves, another force reorganises. " 'Why should it lie, thought'a thing incredible with yo.u, that.God should raise ,tho dead? 1 The Jnsepts flew and Xhe wonns crawled last autumn feebler and feebler, and then stopped, They have taken no food, th'ey want none. They He dormant o,nil .Insensibjf, ] tlie> south wind'will blow the 'regurrec- tion trumpet, .and the n\r and 'the earth :WlU be full of them. Do you not think that God can do as much for our bodies as he does tor the wasps, and the spiders and the snails? This morning half-past 4 o'clock t^iere was ft resurrection. Out of the might, ,-thei.d^y.'In a few weeks there will be a resurrection In all our gardens. Why not some day .a resurrection amid all the J3ver and a^n there \are instances of jnen and women ej^tr^in^' 6 ^ A trance is death, followed by resurrection of men tal powev and voluntary action- iiey. Willtem Tennent—a great evangelist pf ten last generation, of whom Dr, bald Aiewnder, a mm lav from sentteent^J, 'Vfrptp In RjQft die, Peo . gpjjtt fieenjej $9 Ju' .flay 489 tcse state is brief death, eWftf th» soul an excursion into the next world, ?rom which it comes back^-ft furlough of a few hours granted frt/n the con* flict of life to which it must rettirh. I called at my friend's house one sum* tner day, I fotind the yard all piled up with rubbish of carpenter's and mason's Work. The door was oft. The plumb- ;rs had torh up the floor. The roof Was being lifted In cupola. All the pictures were gone and the paper-hartgers Were doing their Work. All the modern ihi* provements were being introduced Into that dwelling. There Was not a room In the house fit to live in at that time, ilthough a month before wheh 1 Visited Lhat house everything was so beautiful I could not have suggested an 1m* provement. My friend had gone With ils family to the Holy Land, expecting to cohie back at the end of six months, when the building was to be done. And oh! what was his joy when at the end if six months he returned and the old louse was enlarged and improved attd. glorified. That Is your body. It looks well how. All the rooms filled With iiealth, and We could hardly make a suggestion. But after awhile your Soiil will go to the Holy Land, and while you are gone the old house of your tabernacle will will be entirely reconstructed from cellar to attic! every nerve, muscle and bone and tissue and artery must be hauled over, and the old structure will be burnished and adorned and •nlsed and cupolaed and enlarged, and all the Improvements of heaven Introduced, and you will move Into It on resurrection do.y. "For wo know that, If our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building oC God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." Oh, what a day when body and soul meet again! They are very fond of each other. Did your,body ever have a pnln and your soul not re-echo It? Or, changing the question, did your soul ever have, any trouble and your body not sympathize with It, growing wan and weak under :he depressing Influence? Or, did your soul'ever have a gladness but 'your body celebrated It with kindled eye'and cheek 'and elastic step. Surely, • God never intended two such good friends :o be very long separated. And so when the world's last Easter morning shall come, the soul will.'descend, cry- ng, "Where Is my body?" and the body R'lll ascend, saying, "Where Is my soul?" and the Lord of the resurrection will bring them together and : it"will bo a perfect soul in a perfect : body, Introduced by a perfect Christ into a perfect heaven. Victory!' Only the bad disapprove .of the resurrection. A cruel heathen'warrior heard Mr. Moffat, the missionary, preach about.the resurrection, and he said to the. missionary, "Will, my father rise in the last day?" "Yes," .said the missionary. '.'Will all the dead in battle rise?" said the cruel chieftain. "Yes," said the. missionary.., VThen," said the warrior,. "let me hear no more about the resurrection day. There can be no resurrection, there shall be no resurrection. I have slain thousands In battle; Will they rise?" Ah! there will be more to rise on that day than those want 'to see whose crimes have never been repented- of. But for all others who allowed Christ to 1 be their >pardon, and life, and resurrection, it will be a day .of victory. The thunders of • the last day will be the salvo that greets you into harbor. The lightnings will be only. the torches of triumphal procession marching down to escort you home/ The burning worlds flashing through immensity will be fhf» rockets celebrating your coronation on thrones, where you will reign forever, and foiv ever,' and forever. Where 'Is•> death? What have we to do with death? As your reunited body and soul -swing off from this planet on that last day, you will see deep gashes all up and down the hills, deep gashes all through the valleys, and they will be the emptied graves, they will be the abandoned se- pulchres, with rough ground 'tossed on either side of therh, and slabs will He uneven on the rent hillocks, and there will be fallen, monuments and cenotaphs, and then for the first time;, you will appreciate the. full exhilaration of the text, "He will swallow up death in victory." • • • " [ Hall the Lord of earth and heaven! Praise.te> thee by both be given;,, Thee we greet triumphant now- Hail the resurrection Thou!, . '.'. Kdlson'g T.i»le«t. • • - i. ' , Thomas A. Edison is engaged, in a new invention which, if a success, bldi» fair to make all his other wonders fade into comparative insignificance. The proposition alone is enough to take an ordinary man's breath away, let lone the practical demonstration,, It is to render, cpmmunlcatlon between the opposite, ends of 1,he, earth possible with' out telegraph, telephpnei or any of the many apllances known to the modern science, or even a wire, H e re is the simple proposition, Your friend, In Europe carries a small machine of this new invention, in size and shape' resembling an ordinary watph. You carry a 'similar one in America., When you wish to communicate with your friend in 'Europe you take out the watch, the needle of which is in electric sympathy with his machine. The needle oscillates like that of a compass, and when you find the direction in which it points you turn in that direction and. think hard; That is nil. The claim Is that the mechanism of Invention is so delicate that It-will respond to this current. All'Seelng Kye, Dr. J. C. Quinn, Mason City, la.; "God is light." (I. John, 1., 5). In saying this the Holy Ghost would have us regard God as the unerring and oinnls* ?ient recorder of all our deeds, words, and thoughts, In other words everything we think, say and do dally, hour* ly, momentarily, God Is photographing for use on the day of judgment. "For God shall bring every work with judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good or whether It be evil." Alas! how seldom we thipk of the fact that we are always and everywhere under the Immediate scrutiny of the all-seejng eye. "Thou God seest me." ket this bo our motto the balance of our earth* ly life, and \ve will live bettor" by divine gwc-. & Seyei»-P»y Rev, J. B. K4n>o" B on, Hampton 4. religion wjtli fope .ejipugu • to rotyt' yoy, p,u,t it thtti they Agfco. Mrs, Jones—How does your husband get along with ydur toother? Mrs. Smith—Whenever there is the slightest sign of trouble I get them to talk about the baby. ;; The Gentler Set. He—1 saw several persons take off their hats iu the theater this evening, She—Of the gentler sex? He—Yes. They Were men. „ HOW'B Tills? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for atiy case of Catarrh -that cau. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the lost 16 years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to curry out any obligations mode by their firm. WEST & Tut)Ax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WAT.MINO, EINVAN & MABVJN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledn, O. Hall's Catnrrh Cure Is takeu internally, act.'ng directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price T6c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pills, 35o., Putting armor on a coward makes him look bold, but it puts uo heroism iu his heart,. . ; • • ....... .. . • ;; • . H. and ti. Will clean silks, woolon floods, ribbons, curtivltw mid oiirnols. Uno(|unllod for cloiiuln« liouso, killing moths and runovntlnK grouso Kiiots. Price ISc, 2 cukes for 2Bc. Address II. unit U., Dos Molnes. . Speaking of famous old people, Lot's wife was remarkably well preserved. We have not been without Piso's Cure for Consumption for 20 years.— Linxii; FBU- REL, Camp Sit., Harrisburg;, Pa., May 4, "J4. The suribes and phariseeg are not all dead yet. •, '_ .... ,; ., ... ••: , •• ' • "Hanson's Utag'lo Corn Salve." WarranU'd to euro or money i-efcinJea. Auk your tor It. 1'rico 10 conts. Students, at Boston University will have to give up tobacco or leave the institution. , Coe'i tongli Ualnam Is the oldest, and bost. It will broalt up a Coltl quick. cr than anything else, it Is always reliable. Try It. It 'would' doubtless be better for some people If they heard more bad things about themselves. ' : ; : : As long as a man attends strictly to his own business he does well. : A Yankee Frank Gibbous, who died r6cotttlj> ai N. Y., was the greatest guossei- of tho age. Mid faculty flrst developed in a homely Way, And did not attract a groat deal of tion. It become a recognised charfto terlstic when thejboy would stand at tho end of a row of potatoes and guess With singularly close appronches to aoouracyi how many of the vegetables would boi found la each hill, Ho could guos»] the number of eggs in a basket) tho quantity of milk iu a pail, the number of sticks of wood in a load, how many bushels of com would be husked from a patch, and in a hundred instances ho guessed withiu one or two how many grains of corn there were on an car.. Among tho women who registered aj| voters at ..Wichita, Kansas, was Harriett McMurray, aged 114 years. As long as faith can declare that Qo<i| lives, hope will never look back, • Many a ripe scholar has been ptiUo4 while ho was mellow. - , ,, 'fl The Door of Ufe. The fear of pain , and the dangers of parturition fill many a woman's breast with dis-j may. There is ( no reason why childbirth shoulcl be fraught with clanger and distress, j It is a natural function, and should be. performed in a natural way without tin- due suffering. Nature never intended that women should be tortured in this way. ....... . Taken during gestation Dr. Pierce'S Favorite Prescription robs childbirth ot its dangers to both mother and child, by, preparing the system for _delivery, thereby shortening labor, lessening pain and ab-» breviating the period of conhneinent. For twenty, years folks -all oyer the world have cured rheumatism,' neuralgia, and all other pains and aches by using St. Jacobs Oil. There must be something in it, I for you couldn't fool all the people for so many years. $2,OOOSAVED There is great rejoicing in the Osborn.0 family because of Scfirage's $1,000,000 Rheumatic Cure, A- J. Oslporne of Newton,, la.; ,miys he and 3 of his brothers (including Gen. ,T. L. Osborno) have been cured by uslrie it.'und ihey ull claim it never falls, Guara'nteed: absolutely the best .remedy iu the world fov. gout, rheumatism or neuralgia. PUUE, SURE. Cured also F. H. Drew of Cedar HupidB (rheumutism) 18 years, 81.60 u bottle; write tp-dav. Advice free Swunson li: C. Co., 107 Dearborn St., Ohtango' Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured me qf catarrh when everythmg else failed.' "Many -uc^' quaintdnces have 'itsed it with excellent veaiilfa, -^•Alfred W. Stevens. Caldwell, Ohio. ELY'S CREAM BAtM;.oiwnB anil cleanses the Nitsiil hussagus, Allu.VH Fuln ana Inflammation. Heals the Sores, protect* tbo Membrane from Colds, He- stores the Senses of Taste anil Smell. ThclJaliilia quickly absorbed and glvea i-elleCat once, A particle Is applied Into eucli nostril and is agree, able. J'rl«.. DO cunlsut Druggists or by mall, EI/T BROTHERS, 66 Warren St., Kew York. BIG WEST AWARD" rpl WORLD'S FAIR. - Ma Principal Ei&minor U.S. Pension Bureau! ji-Blu last irur. IBudjudlcatlug claims,'utty alncoi WALTER BAKER & GO. The Largest Manufacturers of 1 PURE, HIGH GRADE < COCOAS AND CHOCOLATESt On tbli Continent, have recetyg^., HIGHEST AWARD8J from tho greet , < Indiiotrial ml Food EXPOSITIONS In Europe and Amerte Tlnlikotha Dutch I'rocois, no Alka.1 IllcB or otlivr Chcmlcali or l>yca ir*' ^^« uned In any of their prenumtloaftl Th«IrdellQkS?» BBBAKl-A? 1 !' COCOA/. VtMotuM? pure Had loluble, suit cw/« leu than ant cent a <-'";>, ., ' eOl-P BY QRQOER8 EVERYWHERE. WALTER BAKER &"COOHCHE8TER, MAS& - -, . . .. . \ • The Aermotor all Steel Feed Cutter», Dyspeptic,Delicate,Infirm and AGED PERSONS THE -SICK ROOH FOR ra^Mo lONy^Wg^j^ Wn ifilt furtlMi (tils fmt ai(tm; «n« oiifv (4 «)|o iw* Mtf (/ton July i, KS}, fee f«,0a twAi ' '«<£ Vf ton ltt-10/lfa'l? JIMt UtqUittllttfHCCS Of Q #n yffttonaUy by hitu te bo 1 awwi«i6/c atttt iqflut lieii' loi-<i(.'(i'nt u-hn «5t({ «j<3 aie IM'J to a i>\ our Uiu Ihtu war, .ifltr fulu i, —••• ft '-V*f'<•(«>? r«<«uf " "-•-• --- - ' ' nmo «c«ew. 'Jli« iveii'cvittsr is dYHu'wi f. iu. U klilpjmi) fi . . . rcl^ht will £.lion.

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