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DR. TALMAGffS SERMON.
SUNDAY'S DISCOURSE BY THE NOTED
Subject: "Where We Camo From"—The
Uncompromising Wnr Between Science
Falsely So-Called an<l Revelation—Evo
lution 1* Infidel anil Henthen.
TEXT: "O Timothy, keep thnt which JS
committed to thy trust, avoiding opposi
tions of science falsely so-called."—l
Timothy vi., 20.
There is no contest between genuine
science and revelation. The same God who
by the hand of tlio prophet wrote on parch
ment, by the hand of tho storm wrote on
the rock. The best telescopes and micro
scopes and electrio batteries and philoso
phical apparatus belong to Christian uni
versities. Who gave us magnetic tele
graphy? Professor Morse, a Christian.
Who swung the lightnings under the sea,
cabling tho continents together? Cyrus
W. Field the Christian. Who discovered
the anesthetlcal properties of chloroform,
doing more for the relief of human pain
than any man thnt ever lived, driving back
nine-tenths of the horrors of surgery?
James Y. Simpson, of Edinburgh, as emi
nent for piety as for science, oil week days
in the university lecturing pn profoundest
scientific subjects, and on Sabbaths pleach
ing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the masses
of Edinburgh. I saw the universities of
that city draped in mourning for his death,
and I heard his eulogy pronounced by the
destitute populations of the Cowgate.
Science and revelation are the bass and
soprano of the game tune. The whole
world will yet acknowledge tho complete
harmony. But between what|my text,' de
scribes as science falsely so-called, and reve
lation, there is an uncompromising war,
and one or the other must go under.
At the present time the air is filled with
social nnd platform and pulpit talk about
evolution and it is high time that the peo
ple who have not time to make investiga
tions for themselves understand that evo
lution in the first place, is up and down,
out-and-out lnfidollty; in tho second place
it is contrary to the facts of science, and
in the third place, that it is brutalizing in
its tendencies. Ido not argue that this is
n genuine book, I do not say that the Bible
is worthy of any kind of credence—those
are subjects for other Sabbaths—but I want
you to understand that Thomas Paine and
liume and Voltaire no more thoroughly
dlsbelloved the Holy Scriptures than do all
the leading scientists who believe in evo
I put upon the witness stand, living and
dead, the leading evolutionists—Ernst
Haeckel, John Stuurt Mill, Huxley.Tyndall,
Darwin, Spencer. On the witness stand,
ye men of science, living and dead, answer
these questions: Do you believe the Holy
Scriptures? No. And so thoy say all. Do
you believe the Bible story of Adam and
Eve iu the Garden of Eden? No. And so
they say all. Do you believe in the mira
cles of the Old and New Testamont? No.
Aud so they say all. Do you believe that
Jesus Christ died to save the nations? No.
Aud sothey say all. Do you bellevelnthe
regenerating power of the Holy Ghost?
No. And so they say all. Do you believe
that human supplication dirested heaven
ward ever makes any difference? No.
And so they say all.
Herbert Spencer, in tho only address he
made in this country. In his very first sen
tence ascribes his physical ailments to fato,
nnd the authorized report of that address
begins the word fato with a big "F." Pro
fessor Haeckol, in the.very llrst page of his
two great volumes sneers at tho Biblo as a
so-called revelation. Tyndall in Ills famous
prayer test, defied the whole of Christen
dom to show that human supplication
made any difference in the result of things.
John Stuart Mill wrote elaborately against
Christianity, and to show thnt his rejeotion
of it wus complete, ordered this epitaph for
his tombstone: "Most unhappy." Huxley
said that at the first reading of Darwiu's
book he was convinced of the fact that
teleology had received its death blow at
the band of Mr. Darwin. All the leading
scientists who believe in evolution, without
one exception the world over, are infidels.
I say nothing against Infidelity, mind you.
I only wish to define th 9 belief and tho
meaniug of the injection.
Now, I put opposite to each other, to
show that evolution is infidelity, the Blblo
account of how the human race started.
Bible account: "God said, lot us make man
in our image. God created mnn in His
own image; male and female created He
them." He breathed into him tho breath
of life, the whole story setting forth the
idea that it was not a perfect kangaroo, or
H perfect ourang outang, but u perfect
man. Thnt is the Bible account. The
evolutionist account: Away back in tho
nges thero wore four or five primal germs,
or seminal spores from which all the living
creatures huvo been evolved. Go away
back, and there you will find a vegetable
stuff that might be called a mushroom.
This mushroom by Innate force develops a
tadpole, tho tadpole by innate force
.develops a polywog, the polywog delevops
a fish, the fish by natural force develops
into a reptile, the reptile develops into n
quadruped, the quadruped develops Into a
baboon, the baboon develops Into a man.
Darwin says that the human bund is only
n fish's fin developed. He says that the
human lungs are only a swim bladder
showing that wo onoe floated or were
Amphibious. He says that the human ear
could onee have been moved fcy force of
will just as a horse lifts its ear at a fright
ful object. He says the human race were
originally web-footed. From primal germ
to tadpole, from tadpole to fish, from fish
to roptllo, from reptile to wolf, from wolf
to chimpanzee, and from ohlmpanzee to
man. Now, if anybody says that the Bible
account of the starting of the human race
and the evolutionist account of the starting
of the human race are the same accounts,
lio makes an appalling misrepresenta
Prefer, if you will, Darwin's "Origin of
the Species" to the Book of Gonesis, but
know you are an infidel. As for myself, as
Herbert Spencer was not present at the
creation and the Lord Almighty was pres
ent, I prefer to take the Divine account as
to what really occurred on that occasion.
To show tliit this evolution is only an
attempt to eject Godand to postpone Him,
nnd to put Him clear out of reach, I ask a
question or two. The baboon made the
man and tho wolf made the baboon, and
tlio reptile made tho quadruped, and the
fish made the reptile, and the tadpole
made the fish, and the primal germ made
tho tadpole. Who made the primal germ?
Most cf the evolutionists say: "We don't
know." Others say it made itself. Others
say it was spontaneousgeneratlon. There
is not one of them who will fairly and
openly and frankly and emphatically say,
"God made It."
The nearest to a direct answer is that
mado by Herbert Spenoer in whioh ho says
it was made by the great "unknowable
mystery." But here comes Iluxloy v".ith a
cup of protoplasm to explain the tiling.
Tliig protoplasm, he says, is primal life
giving quality with which the rtice away
back in tho ages was started. With his
protoplasm he proposes to explain every
thing. Dear Ml*. Huxley, who made the
To show you that evolution is infidel, I
place the Bible account of how the brute
creation was started opposite to the evolu
tionist's account, of the way the brute cre
ation was started. Bible Account: You
know the Bible tells us how thnt tho birds
were made at one time and the cattle mado
Ht another time, and the fish made at an
other time, and that each brought forth
nfter its kind. Evolutionist's aocount:
From four or Ave primal germß or seminal
spores all tho living creatures evolved.
Hundreds of thousands of species of in
jects, of reptiles, of beasts, of fish, from
four germs—a statement flatly contradict
ing not only the Bible, but the very ABC
of science. A species never develops into
anything but Its own species. In all ages
an J In nil the world there has never been
an exception to it. The shark never comes
out of a whale, nor the pigeon of a vulture,
nor the butterfly of a wasp. Specie# never
cross over. If there be an attempt at it, It
is hytfrid, and the hybrid is always sterile,
and has no descendants.
These men of science tell us that a hun
dred thousand speoles came from four,
when the law all through the universe is
that, starting in one species It keeps on in
that speoles, and there would be only four
now If there had been tour at starting.
Agasslz says he found in a reef of Flor
ida the remains of Insects thirty thousand
years old—not three, but thirty thousand
yeari old—and that they were just like
the Insects now. There has been no
change. All the facts of oroithol
ogy and zoology and ichthyology and
concbology, but an echo of Genesis first
and twenty-first: "Every winged fowl
after his kind." Every creature after its
kind. When common observation and sci
ence corroborate the Bible I will not stul
tify myself by surrendering to the elabor
ated guesses of evolutionists.
To show that evolution is infldel I place
also the Bible account of how worlds were
made opposite the evolutionist's account
of how worlds were made. Bible account:
God made two great lights—the one to
rule the day, the other to rule the night;
He made the sturs also. Evolutionist ac
count: . Away buck in the ages there was ft
Are mist or star dust, and this Are mist
zooled off Into granite, and then this gran
ite by earthquake and by storm and by
light was shaped into mountains and val
leys and seas, and so what was originally
fire mist became what we call the earth.
Who made the fire mist? Who set the
(ire mist to world-making? Who coolod of!
the Are-mist into granite? You have
pushed God some sixty or seventy million
miles from the earth, but He is too near
yet for the health of evolution. For a
great while the evolutionists boasted that
they had found the very stuff out of which
this world and all worlds wore made. They
lifted the telescope ami they saw it, the
very material out of which worlds made
themselves. Nebula of simple gas. They
laughed in triumph because they had
found the factory where the worlds were
manufactured, and there was no God any
where around t'he faotory! But In an un
lucky hour for lnAdel evolutionists the
spectrosoopea of Fraunhofer and Klrchoff
were invented, by which they saw into
that neubla and found it was not a simple
gas, but was a compound, and hence had
to be supplied from some other source,
and that implied a God, and away went
their theory shattered into everlasting
So these lnAdel evolutionists go wander
ing up and down guessing through the uni
verse. Anything to push away back Jeho
vah from His empire and make the one
Book which Is His great communication to
the soul of the humanraoe appear obsolete
and delusion. But lam glad to know that
while some of these scientists have gone
into evolution, there are many that do not
believe It. Among them, the man who by
most is considered the greatest soientlst we
ever had this side of the water —Agassiz. A
name that makes every intelligent man on
eurth over uncover.
Agasslx says:"The manner In which the
evolution theory in zoology is treated would
lead those who are not spealal zoologists to
suppose that observations have been made
by which it can be inferred that there is In
nature suoh a thing as ohange among or
ganized beings actually taking place.
There Is no such thing on record. It Is
shifting the ground of observation from
one field of observation to another to make
this statement, and when the assertions go
too far as to exclude from thejdomaln of
science those who will not be dragged Into
this mire of mere assertion then it is time
With equal vehemence against the doc
trine of evolution Hugh Sillier, Farraday,
Brewster, Dana, Dawson and hundreds of
scientists in this country and other coun
tries have made protest. 1 know that the
few men who have adopted the thoory
make more noise than the thousands who
have rejected It.
Thfre is one tenet of evolution which it
is demanded we adopt, that which Darwin
calls "Nataral Selection," and that which
Wallace calls the "Survival of the Fittest."
By this they mean that the human race
and the brute creation are all the time Im
proving because the weak die and the
strong live. Those who do not die survive
because they are the Attest. They say the
breed of sheep and cattle and dogs and
men Is all the time Improving,naturally im
proving. No need of God, orany Bible, or
any religion, but Just natural progress.
\ou see the race started with "spontane
ous generation," and then It goes right on
until Darwin can take us up with his "nat
ural selection " and Wallace with his "sur
vival of the Attest," and so wo go right on
up forever. Beautiful! But do the Attest
survive? Garfleld dead in September—
Guiteau surviving until thefollowlng June.
"Survival of the fittest?" Ah! no. The
martyrs, religious and political, dying for
their principles, their bloody persecutors
living onto old age. "Survival of the At
test?" Mo. Bitten with the frosts of the
second death be the tongue that dares
utter ltl It Is not the "survival of the At
How has It been In the families of the
world? How was It with the child physi
cally the strongest. Intellectually the
brightest, in disposition the kindest? Did
that child die because It was not as At to
live as those of your family that survived?
Not "the survival of the Attest." In all
communities some of the noblest, grandest
men dying In youth, or In mid-life, while
some of the meanest and most oontemptlble
live onto old age. Not "the survival of the
What is remarkable about this thing Is,
it is ail the time developing Its dishonesty.
In our dfty It is ascribing this evolution to
Herbert Spencer and Charles Darwin. It
Is a dishonesty. Evolution was known and
advocated hundreds of years before these
gentlemen begfin to be evolved. The
Phoenicians thousands of years ago de
clared that the human raoe wobbled out of
It is an old heathen corpse set up In a
morgue. Charlos Darwin and Herbert
Spenoer have tried to galvanize it. They
drag this old putrefaction of three thou
sand years around the earth, boasting that
it 1* their originality, aud so wonderful is
the infatuation that at the Delmonioo din
ner given in honor of Herbert Spencer,
some fifteen years ago, there were those
who asorlbed to him thU great originality
of evolution. There the banqueters sat
around the table in honor of Herbert Spen
cer, chewing beef and turkey and roast pig
which according to their doctrine of evolu
tion made them eating their own rotations!
Slicing up their own cousins! Driving a
carving fork into their beloved kindred!
Dashing Worcestershire sauce, bedaubing
mustard over their unoles and aunts. And
while Herbert Spencer read a patronizing
lecture to Amerloans, the banqueters sat
around the table with their hands up, say
ing: "Dear mo. It is the voice of a god and
not of a man."
lam not a pessimist but an optimist. I
do not believe everything is going to de
struction; I believe everything is going on
to redemption. But It will not be through
the Infldel doctrine of evolution, but
through our glorious Christianity which
has effected all the good that hiis over been
wrought and which Is yet to reconstruct all
Away with your rotten, deceptive, infldel
and blasphemous evolution, and give us
the Bible, salvation through Jesus Christ
Success of Omaha Exposition.
The Omaha Exposition makes a splendid
financial showing for the flrst sixty days.
The receipts for June were slightly in ex
cels of the running expenses, while In July
there was a #50,000 surplus to apply on the
Kansas Celebrated FeseC
Governor Leedy, of Kansas, ordered the
firing of thirteen guns In honol of the
i declaration of peace. •'
A TEMPEKANCE COLUMN.
THE DRINK EVIL MADE MANIFEST
IN MANY WAYS.
The Two Olaaiei-Some Remarkable State
ment* Made llefore tlie British Society
For the Study of Inebriety—
Directly Traceable to Alcohol.
There sat two glasses filled to the brim,
On a rich man's table, rim to rim,
One was ruddy and red as blood.
And one was clear as the crystal flood.
Said the glass of wine to the paler brother:
"Let us tell the tales of the past to each
I can tell of banquet and reel and mirth,
And the proudest and grandest souls on
Poll under my touch as though struck by
Where I WHS king, for X ruled in might;
From the heads of kings I have torn the
From the heights of fame I have hurled
I have blasted away an honored name;
I have taken virtue and given sLame;
I have tempted the youth with a sip, a
That made his future a barren waste.
"Greuter far than a king am I,
Or than any army beneath the sky,
I have made the arms of the driver fall,
And sent the train from the Iron rail,
I have made good ships go down at sea,
And the shrieks of the lost were sweet to
For they said, 'Behold how groat you be.
Fame, strength, wealth, genius before you
For your might and powor are over all,'
Hoi ho! pale brother," laughed the wine.
"Can you boast of deeds as great as mine?"
Said the water glass: "I cun not boast
Of a king dethroned, or u murdered host,
But I can tell of a heart once sad,
By my crystal drops made light and glad:
Of thirsts I've quenched, of brows I've
Of hands I liuve cooled, and souls I have
I have leaped through the valley, dashed
down the mountain,
Flowed in the river and played in the
Slept in tto sunshine and dropped from the
And everywhere gladdened the landscape
I have eased the hot forehead of fever and
I have made the parched meadows grow
fertile with grain;
I can tell of the powerful wheel at the
That grinds out floor and turns at my will
"I tell of manhood debased by you,
That I have lifted and crowned anew.
I gladden the heart of man and maid;
I cheer, I help, I strengthen and aid;
I set the chained wine-captive free,
And all are better for knowing me."
These are the tales they told each other,
The glass of wine and the paler brother,
As they sat together lllled to the brim,
On the rich man's table, rim to rim.
Insanity and Drink.
Some remarkable statements were made
recently before the members of the Soci
ety for the Study of Inebriety »t the Brit
ish Medical Society's office in London. In
an address upon acquired insanity In its
relution to intemperance in alcohol, Lleu
tenant-Colouel Surgeon I'rlngle said the
question of Insanity following excessive
use of alcohol formed one of the most im
portant to the nation at the present day,
and It was the duty of the medleal profes
sion to train the public mind so as to pre
vent people from lapsing Into permanent
insr.nlty through drink. The terrible in
crease of Insanity appeared to have fallen
over London like an epidemic. Tho in
crease could not bo due to any appreciable
extent to cases becoming publicly treated
which a few years ago were privately
tr .ated. The cause would have to be
looked forelsewhere. Where insanity was
directly traceable to alcohol, It was not
caused by the moderate, but by the intem
perate use of tho stimulant; it was also due
to the civil powers of the country in allow
ing ainua or woman to continue in the in
temperate indulgence in alcohol to such au
extent as to become a burden to the State.
The modern mode of life was one of such
excitement, and anxiety, that alcohol was
largely indulged into urown care and in
duce oblivion. Intemperauce in alcohol
gradually assumed the mastery, and in
these periods ot excitement cerebral symp
toms and delusions appeared and often
'altered the character of the case in such a
manner as to bring It within tho grasp of
the law. The liberty of tho subject In the
mntter of habttunl Inebriates, which en
abled him to exist on the borders of crim
inality, wns a matter which the public
should be brought to view In its proper
light. Such cases would have to bo dealt
with as cases of public nuisance, for wbilo
the State credited such people with a free
will, they failed to possess It, and were
practically like the beasts that perish.
Something would have to be done to check
the tide of iusaulty which was surround
ing London. A factor in the cause ot this
acquired insanity was the adulteration of
the various preparations of alcohol. The
only way to stop the spread of insaniiv
was by means of compulsory treatment,
and public sentiment would have to un
dergo a considerable change bofore long
to deal with the matter.
Dr. Depew'a Leiaon on Sobriety.
Chauncey M. Depew says: "Twenty-five
years ago I knew every man, woman aud
child in Peekskill, N. Y. And it has been a
study with me to mark boys who started in
jevery grade of life with myself to see what
[became of them. I was up last fall and be
:gan to count them over, and it was an in
structive exhibit. Some of them became
clerks, merchants, manufacturers, lawyers
and doctors. It is remurkablo that every
one of these that drank is dead; not one
living of my age. Barring a few who were
taken by slokness, every one who proved a
wreck and wrecked his fumlly did it from
rum and no other cause. Of those who
were church-going people,who were steady,
who were frugal and thrifty, every single
one of them without an exception owns the
house In which he lives and has something
laid by, the interest of which, with his
house, would carry him through many a
day. When a man becomes debased by
gambling, rum or drink, all his flner feel
ings are crowded out, and the poor women
at home sudor—suiter for those whom thoy
love better than life."—Our Dumb Animals.
The Flogging Cure.
A Scotch doctor proposed (logging as a
euro for habitual drunkards before the
British Medico-Psychological Society at
Edinburgh. For the "alcohollo crave" he
suggested as a remedy blistering and the
aplk-atlon of plasters, and for"the plea of
heredity" that the man should be flogged
within an inch of his life every time he took
Temperance News and Notes.
Join a total abstinence society if possible.
The people of Norway are greatly alarmed
at the spread of liquor drinking among
Temperance is the rule, it appears, all
along the line in connection with the Sou
Avoid the saloons, shun the oompanlon
ship of those with a tendency to intemper-'
ancc, and court the friendship of sober and
Peace or war, prosperity or depression,
the drinking of liquor sttil goes on. But
there is a gradual increase in the numbei
! ot those who recognize the folly and the
wropg ot all this waste ot money.
Vitlei ■ Mimic.
They tell a rather good story about
H. R. H. the Prince of Wales. A
couple of weeks ago he was taking a
walk in St. James Park before break
fast, when he found himself followed
by a well-dressed but crazy-looking
old womau. Having seen this woman
before, and probably guessing what
her object was, the prince resolved to
take no notice of her, but continued
his walk until obliged to turn home
wards. The woman immediately stood
before him and curtsied. The prince
raised his hat and tried to pass on.
"I have a grievance, your royal high
ness," began the stranger, produciug
from her handbag a roll of closely
"Ach, madam, these is not ze first
time I have been taken for ze Prince
of Wales!" was the reply in a gruff
voice with a strong German accent.
After flashing a glance of deepest
scorn upon him, the eld lady put away
her precious documents, remarking:
"I have the honor to have known all
the members of the royal family, and,
if my eyesight were not becoming bad
nowadays I should not have made such
an astonishing error as to take you for
the prince." The Prince of Wales
again took off his hat, sinilec, and pro
ceeded on his way.
Dangers to Life in India.
India is the only country that makes
deaths by \he attacks of serpents and
wild beasts a feature of its annual
statistics. That it has good reason
for doing so is shown by the impres
sive figures of last year's mortality—
eleven hundred and thirty-three hun r
dred deaths from snake bites and two
hundred and ninety-one people killed
by tigers and other wild animals. Al
though India is one of the most
densely populated countries on the
globe,'the increase pf human inhabit
ants does not have the effect of de
creasing the number of wild beasts, as
it does elsewhere, because the religion
of the natives - or a great proportion
of them—forbids them to take the
life, even of dangerous beasts and ser
pents; hence they let these destroyers
thrive and multiply in the midst of
their communities. One of the best
works of the British in India is their
reduction of the number of wild beasts,
ind especially tigers, as a result of
their passion for hunting big game.
Heroes of War.
From the Chicago Timet-Herald.
The feeling of admiration tor heroes of
viir seems to be Innate In the human heart,
mil Is brought to the surface as the oppor
unlty and object for such hero worship
Among those who proved their heroism
luring our Civil War was A. Schiffeneder,
)f 161 Sedg- «
irick street, A.
Chicago. Ue 112
s an Austrian
3y birth,came ' -t
:o America ut
ioon became j t?
was living ✓
Ullwaukee •&/ J\ 112 *'
*hon the call (.y/ /•> •
for volun- \\/J
ieers came, \\//
iarly in 1862, £fOr
* n d ll 6 i, ■ ,
promptly en- He received a icound.
listed in Company A, of the Twenty-sixth
Wisconsin Volunteers. In the Army of the
Potornuoour hero saw much lighting, cam
paigning in the Shenandoah Valley.
In the llrst da} 's lighting at the battle of
Gettysburg, Schiffeneder received a
(round in the right side, which afterward
:aused him much trouble. With a portion
>f his regiment he WHS captur d and im
prisoned at Bell Island and Ac 'ersonville,
ind afterward exchanged. He returned to
his regiment, which was transferred to the
irmy of Geuerul Sherman, and marched
with him through Oeorgiuto the sea.
In this campaign Mr. Schiffeneder's old
wound begun to trouble him and he was
sent to the hospital and then home. He
Sad also contracted catarrh of the stomach
and found no relief for years.
"I happened to read an account of Dr.
Williams'l'ink Pills for Pule People about
i year ago," he said, "and thought that
:hey might be good for my trouble. I con
cluded to try them. I bought one box and
began to take tliein according to directions.
They gave me great relief. After linlshlng
that box I bought another, and when I had
taken the pills I felt tiiat I was cured. I
recovered my appetite and ate heartily. I
san testify to the good the pills did me."
Mr. Schiffeneder is a prominent Grand
Army man in Chicago, whither he moved
some years ago with his family.
A leading physician says that pepper is
deadly poison to the system.
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The population of Russia is increasing at
the rate of 1,000,000 a year.
Every bod j- knows that Dobbins' Electric
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it has sold al the highest price. Its price Is
now 5 cents, same as common brown soap.
Hars full size and quality.Order of grocer. Ad c
There are about 110,000 Chinese on our
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The empire of Japan comprises to-day
about 1000 rocky islands.
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund money If it fails to cure. 25c.
The Italian state lotteries netted a clear
profit of *5,500,000 last year.
We think Piso's Cure for Consumption is
theonly medicine for Coughs.— J ENNIK PINCK
ARC, Springfield, Ills., Oct. 1, IH'.U.
In 1886 slavery was absolutely abolished
Mrs. Wlnsiow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflnmma
tion. allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c. H bottle.
The Icelanders are descendants of the
To Cure Constipation Forever*
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10a or 239
It O. C. O. fall to cure, drtunrists refund money
Opium Is obtained from the unripe fruit
of the white poppy.
Earthquakes have killed 13,000,-
® The bath can be made an exhilarating §
H pleasure by the use of Ivory Soap. It cleanses 1
Is the pores of all impurities, leaving the skin a
1 soft, smooth, ruddy and healthy. Ivory Soap is i
1 made of pure, vegetable oils. The lather forms «
5 readily and abundantly. ffi
I IT FLOATS. 1
$ in. %j ft* fy—Wt 1 Ombto C<.. CTaclßna*L $
Purely vegetable, mild and reliable. Can*® P® 1 **
feet Digestion, complete absorption and healthful
regularity. For the cure of all disorder* of the
Htoinach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous
LOSS OF APPETITE,
PERFECT DIGESTION' will be accom- lisbed by
taking Radway's Pills. By their ANTI-BILIOIJ&
properties they stimulate the liver in tne secretion
of tne bile and rs discharge through the biliary
ducts. These pills In doses from two to four will
quickly regulate the action of the liver and free the
patient from these disorders. One or two of Rad
way's Pills, taken daily by those subject to bilious
pains and torpidity of the liver, will keep the sys
tem regular and secure healthy digestion.
Price 25c. per Box. Sold by all I>rug|(lKtM.
RADWAT A CO.
rocured on cash, or easy IIIMIRIUICIII».\ ONVLES k
M'KNS, Patent Attorneys, 07 Broadway, N. Y.
I MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS
I FOR DECORATING WALLS AKD CEILINGS MURALO
H paint dealer and do jfiDTir own decorating. This material inn II Alt U FINISH to le applied
■ with a brush and becomes as hard as Cement. Milled in twenty-four tints and works equally us
B WeII rW"SENI> FOR SAMPLE C'OI OK CARDS and if you cannot purchase this material
■ from your local dealers let us know and we will put you in the way of obtaining it.
3 TIIE MURALO CO., NEW BRIGHTON, S. 1., NEW YORK.
BICYCLISTS NEED A
SHOOTS WAT" R,
AGAINST MSSSHk^\%. r Wil
DOCS OR MEN, V* 8 ? W? *"
WITHOUT KILLING NOT
OR MAIMING. LOTS OF \\\ *
FUN TO BE HAD WITH IT. V\Yl
It is a weapon whtfch protects bicyclists against vicious dogs and foot-pads; A \
travelers against robbers and toughs; homes against thieves and tramps, and r 4 A
is adapted to many other situations. <* \
It doe* not kill or injure; it is perfectly safe to handle; makes no noise VL m \
or smoke; breaks no law and creates no lasting regrets, as does the bullet pistol. m \
It siuiply and amply protects, by compelling the foe to give undivided atten- ** m\ JHB
tion to himself for awhile instead of to the Intended victim. \
It is the only real weapon which protects and also makes fun, laughter and *gp \
lots of it; it shoots, not once, but many* times without reloading; and will «& m
rrotect by ite appearance in time of danger, although loaded only with liquid. • VA
t doee not get out of order; is durable, handsome, and Aickel plated, e
Kent boxed and post-paid by mail with full directions how to use for uUC
in Sc. Postage Stamps. -office Money Order, or Ezpsess Money Order* *—
NEW YORK UIWOK SUPPLY CO., 18ft Leonard St., Xew York,
"IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUC
A whistling buoy can be beard fif
WaM (MMHrffik BTo?f>fcU FREE
H I IT IBS Permanently Cored
HIM InMnltjr Praventtd by
111 m DR. KLINE'S GREAT
Kg ■ KB w NERVE RESTORER
PeeUlre ear* fir all Ntrmua FiU, JjKZepejr,
■| Bpaimt mnd Si. VUtte' Dance. ho Kit* or Nerroaaaeaa
■ 5l Ur . flr, l lf l ?*'■■••• Treatipe and $• trial bottls
ire# tom patient*, they p*Jint eipreea charges on if
when received. Send to I'r. Kline. Ltd. ReUerae
We furnish you with best room* ant! board in tli*
city* drop post a' for information; no charge.
COMFORT BUREAU, 1114 F St.. N.W.,Wash., D. C #
LIQUOR HABIT CURED
patients own home.
Remedy used for years in a big sanitarium. Formula
$5 by mail. Agents and others ran make money.
C. A.PARSONS, 154 Commercial St., Boston, Mass.
The Best BOOK Tli ic Wißbound and sumpt
uously price s2', free to anybody sending
two annual subscriptions at $1 each to the Overland
Monthly, SAN FRANCISCO. Sample Overland, be.
WANTED— Case of bad health that ll'l-P*A'N'S
will not benefit. Send ft cts. to itipans Chemical
Co., N *w York, for 10 samples and 1000 testimonials
FieiUCIAM JOHNW ' IY| o RR iS
aCliaiUll Washington, D.cJ
"Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
Late Principal Examiner U.S. Pension Bureau.
3yiainlai<t war, 10 adjudicating claims, atty since.
HPOPCY KEW DISCOVERY; rfvts
■ quiok relief and cnrea front
causa. Send »or book of teetimoniale and 10 di*y»*
treatment Free. Dr. H-H.GREEK'S BOMB. Atlanta, da:
|W CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Etf
[■ Best cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Lse M
LrJ in time. Sold dt druggists. Fl