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SCjegleded Impurities in your blood tutH
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least bit impure, do not delay, but take
Hood' s Sa.rs3.p3.rHla. at once. , Jh so doing
there is safety f in delay there is danger.
Be sure to get only Hood" s, because
Ferry' Big Oani.
, Commodore Perry had not yet
electrified a grateful nation with hia
immortal message, "We have met the
enemy and they are ours." While
the battle was in progress the sound
of the guns was heard at Cleveland,
about sixty miles away in . a direct
line over the water.' The few settlers
there were expecting the battle and
listened with intense interest. Finally
the sounds ceased. They waited for
a renewal. None came; the lull was
painful. Then they knew the battle
was orer; butthe result, ah! that was
the point. One old fellow who- had
been lying flat with his ear to the
ground soon settled that point. Spring
ing up he clapped -his hands and
shouted: "Thank God! they are
whipped! they are whipped!"
"How do you know?" the others in
quired. "Heard the big guns last!"
Perry's guns were , the heaviest.'
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from neglect of early symptoms. Erery
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warning they gire should not be disre
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Lynn, Mass. Don't put off writing until
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Write at the first indication of trouble.
Oar Delightful Language.
"Where did the dog bite the plain
tiff?" , "Just outside the planing mill."-
"I asked you, sir, where the dog
bit b-i-t the plaintiff?"
"Oh! In the small of the back."
"Well, why didn't you sa so in the
"I did say so."
"You claim you said 'small of the
back in the first place?"
"No, I said lumbar region. "Cleve
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On Care For Insomnia.
Sleeplessness from overwork, aud
especially from literary work, says
the Hospital, requires rest and change
of air and scene. Of the measures
which conduce to sleep, matters oi
diet and nursing, and what may b
called "management," one cannot b
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may be done to avoid the use oi
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The pleasant method and beneficial
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them in the form most refreshing to the
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13 the one perfect strengthening laxa
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dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
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every objectionable quality and sub
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Jiver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
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taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
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m TALMAGFS SERMON.
SUNDAY'S DISCOURSE Bf THE NOTED
Snhjects The Flag of Trace Interests of
Capital and Labor Are Identical, aud
When They Cease to Antagonize Eacn
Other Strife Will Cease.
Copyright, Louis Elopsca, 1839..
Washington, D. C.In this discourse Dr.
rUmajra suggests how the everlasting war
between capital and labor may be brought
to a happy end. The text Is I Corinthians
sll., 21, "The eye cannot say unto the
hand, I have no need ot thee."
Fifty thousand workmen In Chicago
ceasing work la one day; Brooklyn stunned
by the attempt to halt its railroad oars;
Cleveland in the throes ot a labor agita
tion, and restlessness among tollers all
over the laud have caused an epidemic ot
strikes, And, somewhat to better things, I
apply the Pauline thought of my text.
.You have seen an elaborate piece ofj ma
chinery, with a thousand wheels and a
thousand bands and a thousand pulleys all
controlled by one great waterwheel, the
machinery so adjusted that when yon jar
one part of It you jar all parts of It. Well,
human society is a great piece of mechan
ism controlled by one great and ever re
volving force the wheel of God's provi
dence. You harm one part of the machin
ery ot society, and you harm all parts. All
professions interdependent. All trades In
terdependent. AH, classes of people Inter
dependent. Capital and labor Interde
pendent. No such thing as independence.
Dives cannot kick Lazarus without hurt
ing his own foot.- They who threw 8had
raoh into the furnace got their own bodies
scorched. Or, to come back to the figure
of the text, what a strange thing it would
be If tne:eye should say: 1 oversee the en
tire physical mechanism. I despise the
other members of the body; If there Is any
thing I am disgusted with, It is with those
miserable, low lived hands. Or, what It
the hand should say: I am the boss work
man of the whole physical economy; I have
no respect for the other members of the
body. It there is anything I despise, it is
the eye seated under the dome of the fore
heal doing nothing but look.
I come in, and I wave the flag ot truce
between these two contestants, and I say,
"The. eye cannot say to the hand, I have
no need of thee.' "
That brings me to the first suggestion,
and that Is, that labor and capital are to
be brought to a better understanding by a
complete canvass of the whole subject.
They will be" brought to peace when they
find that they are Identical In their inter
ests. When one goes do-vn, they both go
down. When one rises, they both rise.
There will be an equilibrium after awhile.
There never has been an exseptlon to the
rule. That whicL is good for one class of
society eventually will be good for all
classes of society, and that which Is bad
lor one class of society will eventually and
in time be bad for all. Every speech that
labor makes against capital postpones the
day of permanent . adjustment. Every
speech that capital makes against labor
postpones the day of permanent adjust
ment. When capital maligns labor, it is
the eye cursing the hand.. When labor
maligns capital, it is hand cursing the eye.
As far as I nave observed, the vast major
ity of capitalists are successful laborers.
If the capitalists would draw their
gleve, you would see the broken finger
nail, the scar of an old blister, the
stiffened finger joint. The great pub
lishers of the country for the mos; part
were bookbinders, or typesetters, on small
pay. The great carriage manufacturers
for the most part sand-papered wagon
bodies in wheelwright shops. While, on
the other hand, in all our larga manufac
turing establishments you will find men on
wages who once employed a hundred or
five hundred hands. The distance between
capital and labor is not a great gulf over
which 13 swung a Niagara suspension
bridge; it is only a step, and the capitalists
are crossing over to become laborers, and
the laborers are crossing over to become
capitalists. Would God they might shake
hands while they cross. On the other
hand, laborers are the highest style of capi
talists. Where are their Investments? In
banks? No! In the railroads? No! Their
nerve, their muscle, their bone, their me
chanical skill, their physical health are
magnificent capital! He who has two eyes,
two ears, two feet, two hands, ten fingers,
has machinery that puts into nothingness
carpet and screw and cotton factory, and
all the other implements on the planet.
The capitalists were laborers, the laborers
were capitalists. The sooner we under
stand that the better.
Again, there is to oome relief to the la
boring classes of this country through co
operative associations. I am not at this
moment speaking of trades unions, but of
that plan by which laborers put their sur
plus together and become their own cap
italists. Instead of being dependent upon
the beok of this capitalist "or that capital
ist, they manage their own affairs. In
England and Wales there are 813 co-operative
associations. They have 340,000 mem
bers; they have a capital of $18,000,000, or
what corresponds to our dollars and they
do a business annually of $63,000,000.
Thomas Brassey, one of the foremost men
in the British Parliament, on the subject
says: "Co-operation is the one and the only
relief for the laboring populations. This
is the path," he savs, "by which they are
to come up from the hand to the mouth
style of living, to reap the rewards and the
honors of our advanced civilization." Lord
Derby and John Stuart Mill, who gave half
their lives to the study of the labor ques
tion, believed in co-operative Institutions.
"But," says some one, "haven't these in
stitutions sometimes been a failure?" Yes.
Every great movement has been a failure
at some time. Application of the steam
power a failure, electro telegraphy a fail
ure, railroading a failure, but now the
chief successes of the world.
"But," says some one, "why talk of sur
plus being put by laborers into co-operative
associations when the vast multitude
of tollers of this country tire struggling for
their daily bread and have no surplus?" I
reply, put Into my hand the money spent
by the laboring classes of America for rum
and tobacco, and I will establish co-operative
associations in all parts of this land,
some of them mightier than any financial
institutions of the country. We spend, in
this country over $100,000,000 every year
for tobacco. We soend over 1,500,000,000
directly or Indirectly for rum. The labor
ing classes spend theirshare of this money.
Now, suppose the laboring man who, has
been expending his money in those direc
tions should just add up how much he has
expended during these past few years, and
then suppose that that money was put Into
a co-operative association, and then sup
pose he should have all his friends in toil,
who had made the same kind cf expendi
ture, tlo the same thing, and that should
be added up and put into a co-operative
association. And then take all that money
expended for overdress and overstyle and
overliving on the part of tolling people in
order that they may appear as well as per
sons who have more Income gather that
a'l up and vou eould have co-operative as
sociations ail over this land.
I am not saying anything now about
trades unions. You want to know what I
think of trades unions. I think they are
most beneficial in some directions, and
they have a specific object, and in this day,
when there are va3t monopolies a thou
sand monopolies concentrating the wealth
of the people into the possession of a few
men unless the laboring men of this coun
try and all countries band together tbev
will go under. There is a lawful use of a
trade union. If it means sympathy in time
of sickness, if it means finding work for
people when they are out of work, If it
mfans the Improvement of the financial,
the moral or the religious condition of the
laboring classes, that is all right. Do not
artiste bnnd mzPthcr in an art union? Do
band together In press clubs? Do not
ministers of religion band together in con
terenees and associations? There Is not in
all the land a city where clergymen do not
come together, many of tbem once a week,
to talk over affairs. For these reasons you
should not blame labor guilds. When they
are doing their legitimate work, they are
most admirable, but when they come
around with drum and fife and flag from
their ecafloldlDgs, from their factories,
then they are nihilistic, then they are com
munlstlo, then they are barbaric, then they
are a curse. It a man wants to stop work
let him stop work, but he cannot stop ins
But now suppose that all the laboring
classes banded together for beneficent pur
poses In co-operative association, under
whatever name they put their means to
gether. Suppose they take the money that
they waste in rum and tobacco and use It
tor the elevation of their families, for the
education ot their children, for their moral,
intellectual and religious (improvement,
what a different state ot things we would
have In this country and they would have
in Great Britain!
Do you not realize the fact that men
work Detter without stimulant? You say,
"Will you deny the laboring men this help
which they get from strong drink, borne
down as they are with many anxieties and
exhausting work?" I would deny them
nothing that is good for them. I would
deny them strong drink, if I had the power.
because it is damaging to them. My father
said: "I bectftae a temperance man in
early life because I founcr that in the
harvest field, while I was naturally weaker
than the other men, I could hold out longer
than any of them. They took stimulant
and I took none,"
Everybody knows they cannot endure
great fatigue men who indulge in stimu
lants. All our young men understand
that. When they are preparing for the re
gatta, or the ball club, or the athletic
wrestling, they abstain from strong drink.
Now, suppose all this money that is
wasted were gathered together and put in
to co-operative Institutions. Oh, we
would have a very different state of things
from what we have now.
I remark again, the laboring classes of
this country are to find great relief when
they learn, all ot them learn, forecast and
providence. Vast numbers of them put
down their income and they put down
their expenses, and if the income meets
the expenses that is all that is necessary.
I know laboring men who are in a perfect
fidget until they have spent their last dol
lar. They fly around everywhere until
they get it spent. A case came under ray
observation where aJyoung manwas
receiving $700 a year and earned it
by very hard work. The marriage day
came. The bride had received S500 as an
inheritance from her grandfather. She
put the $500 la wedding e-juipment. Then
the twain hired two rooms on the third
story; Then this man, who had most ar
duous employment, just as much as he
could possibly endure, got evening em
ployment so he eould earn a few dollars
more and by this extra evening employ
ment almost extinguished his eyesight.
Why did he take this extra evening em
ployment? Was it to lay by something for
a rainy day? No! Was it to get a life in
surance so that if he should die his w.fo
would not be a pauper? No! It was for
the one purpose of getting hi3 wife a f 133
sealskin sacque. I am just giving you a
fact I know. The sister of this woman, al
though she Is a very poor girl, was not to
be eclipsed, and so she went to work day
and night and toiled and toiled and toiled
almost into the grave until she got a 150
sealskin sacque! Well, the news went
abroad all through the street. Most of the
people on that street were laboring, hard
working people, and they were not to be
outshone In this way, and they all went to
work In the same direction and practically
said, though not literally: "Though the j
heavens laii, we must nave a sealskin
A clergyman In Iowa told me that his
church and the entire neighborhood had
been ruined by the fact that the people
mortgaged their farms in order to go down
to the Philadelphia Centennial In 1376.
First, one family would go, then another
family, and finally It was not respectable
not to go to the Centennial at Philadel
phia; and they mortgaged their farms. The
church and the neighborhood ruined in
that way. Now, between such fools and
Fauperlsm there is only a very short step,
n time of peace prepare for war. In time
of prosperity prepare for adversity. Yet
how many there are who drive on tho
verge of the precipice, and at the least
touch of accident or sickness over they go.
Ah, my friends, It Is not right, it is not
honest! He that provldeth not for his own,
and especially those of his own household,
Is worse than an infidel. A man has no
right to live In luxury and have all com
forts and all brightness around him, tak
ing his family with , htm at that rate
everything bright and beautiful and lux
urious until he stumbles against a tomb
stone and falls in, and they all go to the
poorhouse. That is not common honesty.
I am no advocate of skinflint saving. I
abhor it. But I plead lor Christian provi
dence. Some ot the older persons remember
very well Abranam Van Nest, of New York,
one of its Christian merchants. He was
often called mean because be calculated
so closely. Why did he calculate closely?
That he might have the more to give.
There was not a Bible society or a tract
society or a reformatory institution in the
city of New York but he had his hand in sap
porting it. He denied himself many luxu
ries that he might give to others the neces
sities. He has been many years reaping
his reward in heaven, but I shall never
forget the day when I, a green country
lad, came to his house and spent the even
ing, and at the close of the evening, as I
was departing, he accompanied mo to the
door, accompanied mo to the steps, came
down off the steps and said: "Here, De
Witt, Is $40 for books. Don't say any
thing about It." It is mean or it is mag
nificent to save, according as you save for
a good or bad object.
I know there, are many people who have
much to say against savings banks and
life insurances. I have to tell you that the
vast majority of the homesteads in this
country have been the result of such Insti
tutions, and I have to tell you also that
the vast majority of homesteads of the fu
ture for the laboring classes will be the re
sult of such institutions. It will be a great
day for the working classes of England
and the United States when the working
man can buy a barrel of flour instead of
flour by the small sack; when he can buy
a barrel of sugar instead of sugar by the
pound; when he can pay cash for coats
and hats and shoes rather than pay an ad
ditional araonnt for tho reason that he has
to get it h charged.
I know a gentleman very well who has
over 1000 hands in his employ. I said to
him some years ago when there was great
trouble in the labor market, "How are you
getting on with your men?" "Oh," hesald,
"I have no trouble!" "Why," I said, "have
not you had any strikes?" "Oh, no!" he
said. "I never had any troublo." ','What
plan do you pursue?" He said: "I will tell
you. All my men know every year just
how matters stand. Every little while I
call them together and say: 'Now, boys,
last year I made bo much. This year I
made less. So you see I cannot pay you as
much as I did last year. Now, I want to
know what you think I ought to have as
a percentage out of this establishment
and what wages I ought to give you. You
know I put all my energy In this business,
put all my fortune In it and risked every
thing. What do you really think I ought
to have and you ought to have?' By the
time we come out of Jhat consultation we
are unanimous. There has never been an
exception. When we prosper we will pros
per together. When we suffer, we all suffer
together, and my men would die for me."
Now, let all employers bo frank wltliheir
emploj-es. Tak them into your confi
dence. Let them know just how matters
stand. There is an Immense amount of
Virtue of SaM. Water Baths.
For a hand bath (a bath given te
the body by use of the hands only, oj
by sponge or cloth) place a handful
ot salt in a basin as ordinarily tilled
for washing. Allow the salt to dis
solve, or hasten the action by stirrina
it with'the hand. The water should
be as cold as you have vitality to
witustana. use no soap. .Bathe the
entire body. Do not neglect the face
and neck in the free use of salt
water. This bath has an exhilarating
influence, tones the entire system,
and gives to the skin a healthful con
dition that amply repays for the time
pd trouble involved. If used in the
winter it will be an excellent prevea
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no roughness of the skin and no clog
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son who systematically and regularly
cases a Data ot tins sort. urainary
table salt or rock salt will do. but
will not do so well. The sea-salt con-
tains medicinal properties not found
in the others. Whether one exercise
or not. the body should receive a daily
hand bath of cold or cool water, espec
ially in the summer, either upon rising"
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Saw an Iceberg; Seventy-five Miles Long.
The presence of icebergs in the
Straits of Belle Isle has given rise to
a rumor that steamships would -.leave
tnis snorter route to travel tnrougn
the south jhannel only. The presence
of these icebergs at this time of the
year is indeed extraordinary.
When first navigation opens in
May, and up to the early part of July,
or the end of June at least, all ships
come through the channel south of
the island. But in July the Strait of
Belle Isle is usually free from the ice.
This year, however, has been an ex
ception, and on its inward journey the
Parisian encountered several icebergs,
one of which was over seventy-fivj
miles in length. This ice was not in
the Strait proper; but well on its way
to the ocean, or some 160 miles east
of Belle Isle.
Captain Brown has had many ex
periences with icebergs. He has seen
all kinds, but none to equal the one
which met the Parisian on its way
through the northern channel to
Montreal. This one, the captain
claimed, was seventy-five miles long,
and rose se veral hundred feet above
the water. Montreal Herald.
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Holding a Seat ia Arkansas.
Here ia a new way of holding your
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a traveling man of this city got on the
train and was walking through look
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which to all appearances was unoccu
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surprise when he saw a six-shooter
calmly resting on the cushion. H
passed on and found a seat in another
part of the car. He says that people
came in and started for that seat, but
as soon as they saw what it contained
marched on. Try it some time. Ar
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