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I a bad taste in my mouth in the morning, although I slept well ecouph I would aiise more tired than when I went to bed. I'm tireii now aad would be sleeping, So put mo in my little bod.' "You ciixi gues5 how it v/as received. It makes therefore, a very good beginning sentence or text. I was compelled to hawk and spit a great deal, especially after breakfast, to clear my throat of a miserable mucous that would collect there. It was as follows: " 'feme, sister, come I liiss uio good oight ; For I Diy ewuiug prayer have siiid. The Anthropological Building Promises to Furnish One of the Finest Exhibits on the Grounds. Before that it was pla\ing around in the neighborhood, to try to at- tract attention 1.y noticeable anil startl- ing resjlts, before getting down to med- ical explanaiion«;, which many might "boll" unless brought up to it gradually, and curiosity or interest awakened. Urquhart, popularly and instructively given, that I shall still be his copyist in the main; errors, not of his intention, creep in, and last week's print gave "pieces" ^instead of "juices which pass through the lining of the stomach, etc." Having consid- ered the skm lately, the perspiration is a natmal sequence, and appropriate today. L'lquhart on this topic said: "I have found in acute general disorders, and in topical affections, whether acute or chronic, that disease and inability to perspire are coincident; consequently force perspiration and ou subjugate the disorder." That, every mother and "every moth- er's son" understands, from homely ex- perience. I am truly grateful to the "ways and means" that directed my course to it last ^November, and to Dr. In aaswer to a question from a mas:uline "fair" visitor, not "fair" one, as to whether the private Turkish balhroom was ready for visittirs, I explained that until ether exhibitois were done building their booths, I should not fully furnish mine, on account cf the dust; the return was; "If you were ready, Mrs.

He made a rambling speech for nearly half an hour and wanted still more time, but the shenfif gave the signal and the trap fell. But it cannot he sweated out as the blood would be- rome incapable of circulation and liie heart ovorpow LTid; water must then be progressively supplied, which being pol- iulwd in turn, it w-.

THEEE CENTS ^/ p/i if V A A A 1^ -*«' ■'^ »**■ -^ *- -k JVj |RQ Sideboards SPECIAL PRICES! You can buy one for Less money this week than you can next week. Graham grew so weak on the scafi Fold from fright that the officers had to hold him up to adjust the rope. Taking the watery portion of the blood to amount to twelve pounds, that quaatitv has to be go,: rid of for tl;e purification ot the body.

Kriz said: "1 have suffered a great deal with my head, the cause of which was an inflammation of the membrane lining the air passages of the head. 'Sandy Mc Ouade, our qaariermas- ter, convulsed the crew one night by a new song he introduced.

In conversa- tion with the writer a short time since Mr. Specialties: Catarrh and dispaees of the Ear, No Btt, lliroat and Luuirs, Nervous Di»ease B, Kkiii nfeeasep, Clironic Disaafee. Billy Green reached out his pannikin and said, 'Here, Sandy, take a drap o' this.' We knew Billy's heart was truly touched he never would have of- fered to part with any of his grog.

And then they told tales of marvelous escapes, and each was again and again (jueslioned as to where be was ai the awful nioincnt.. He leaves a widow, his second wife, and two young children in absolute want. He was a Grand Army man and had been a resi- dent of Washington for three years and with his wife and one child boarded at 25 u; Pennsylvania avenue. Nelson, Burri)ws,of West Virginia, age unknown, resided 823 New Jersey avt - nue, leaves widow and family. He leaves nothing, his profession and his position being all that he had. His family were anxiously in- quiring for him all of the da', but were under the impression that he had taken a day off and gone fishing. Dance by the Assembly Las* Evening Work on the Brass Foundry Completed. Censtantine returned yesterday from his trip to Chicago. Some of these days the entire Hats of West Duluth will be wanted for factories, railroads, ware- koas M and workshops. A grand band concert and picnic will gives every Sunday at Fond du Lac grove. He always sang 'Home Again, Home Again, Home From a For- eign Shore.' To a lake sailor, making five-day trips and not even leaving Can- adian waters, the selection was too ridic- ulous and always caused much mirth among the boys and much chafifing for the singer. By that science he learned that it parched the skin, inflamed the blood, convulsed the heart, smote the brain and drove distracted spleen, liver, stomach, kidneys. I wrote to him my domestic experience of the last four-and-twenty hours.

By 8 o'clock, an hour earlier than usual, the old clerk:s began to arrive at the building and every new-comer was greeted with effusive welcome by his comrades. His daugh- ter was married only last Wednesday and now lies at her home ])rostrated with grief. He had been employed in the oftlce for al)Out three years, but his home was in Howard, Center county. He was a member of a friendly society, which will take charge of his interment. B., of Michigan, age unknown, leaves a widow and chi Ul. m., so covere i with dust and hlood that it was unreco^,- nizable. the it Will be Located at the Head of the Incline Road Near the ^ani- tvium. Perhaps near enough to get smoke and dust, bat no pay for damages. 1 used also to know a purser who was on a boat tluit made a five-day trip on the lakes. I am led to make some very homely remarks, because I find they reach some where the wider remarks of the learned seem to pass by. Corrigan, professor in Dublin, also proprietor of a review, took up the defense of the medical science against the bath.

Broken and twisted gas pipes pro- truded trom every part of the wrecked section of this building. He was born in Germany and served in the Fourth Michigan infantry. Daley's father, who is in the city, took charge of the remains. Daley was a bright young gentleman, about 24 years of age and of excellent personal traits. Fagan, Joseph R., of K;'nsas, aged 37, leaves a widow and two little girls in straitened circumstances. 8 1ST OULUTH m The Bay View Land Company to Begin Erection of a Pavilion at Once. Preicott and daughter, of Marinette, to the ^o Es f\i}(m^ and Miss Knox of Ironwood U. There are at present desir- able lots for residetce purposes down on the flats at West Duluth, but where will they be «'hen another railroad wishes to ent^r Lhjlutb? Copeliii Mical Ins M, PERMANENTLY LOCATED OFFICES, Rooms 3 12, 313, 314 Lyceum Bldg, Opposite the Spalding Hotel. I think it was that song which lei him to commit bigamy and get two years in the peni- tentiary. This is what the physician dimly looks tor by means of diaphoretics, diuretics, sudorifics, pur- gatives and blisters." Which is the most comfortable, the Turkish hot air or the physician's blis- ter?

A hundred or more broken desks and tables were piled in the rear on each floor, and the litter of papers and books bad been gathered up and such as were of any value taken to a place of safe keeping. Bussius, John, of District of Co'miibia, aged 54, leaves widow and family. The best is none too good for some poople and that is why a good manv lots are now being bought ia Bay View Heights. A SMALL FEE ■•REQUIRED PAYS FOR EXAMINATION, TREAT- MENT, MEDICINE-EVERYTHING -FOR ONE MONTH. The sailors ured to sing upon the slightest excuse. I have seen sixty sai Tors of the Allan line, before a bar in a Montreal saloon, singing 'Teddy O'Neil.' The words are as follows: " 'Shall I ever forget, when the good ship was saili Ui? Joe Fletcher, an old mate of mine, used to sing 'Amidst the Raging of the Storm' so effectively that all the girls were wont to fall in love with him. On going into the bath, heat in time forces it out.

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If vou are not satisfied with your laun- dry telephone 447 and have Lutes' laun- dry call. U require for the wash- ing and rinsing of the particles of the hluod an cva[)oration of at least a score of counts. "It is on this ground that I consider the only treatment by the bath rational, complete, and net empirical, to be put- ting the patient into the bath to remain there till cured." Proijress of Household Economics.

There was pain above my eyes and across the bridge of my nose; my throat would get so sore at times that . My nose was always stopped up so that I could not breathe through it. He greatly ex- cited our curiosity by rising to his feet and announcing that he vvould sing an entirely nev/ song. Its Completion Has Been Held Back By the Delay of Many Adjoining Exhibitors.

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