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Orer 400,000 bicycles are in use In
France. Each machine is taxed $2.25
The Worst of It.
If the best of life, as it is said to be, is but
anticipation, the worst of it is surely worry
and vexation. They are the plows and harrows
that furrow the brow and cut deeply
into the nerves. It is constant plowing of
this kind that tears up the nerve tissues.
The greater nerves, like the bigger roots,
may res tut for a time, but the ploughshare
gets down to them. Worry brings all sorts
of other ailments of a torn-up system and at
I! last me sciatic nerve is reached, a disturb
ance to which In the form of sciatica is attended
by excruciating pains. St. Jacobs
<H1 has cared thn worst cases of men crippled
by it. Use it and make sure of a prompt
and permanent cure.
It is stated that butter contains forty times
as many microbes as oleomargarine.
When Dobbins* Electric Soap *M Urs* nj*de
In 1855 it cost 20 *ent? a tar. It la precittlv tlie
Hoe ingredients and crudity now and doesn't
j eoft half. Buy it of yonr ictocw and preserve
IWsr clothes. If be hasn't it, be will get it.
India has now become, next to China, the
largest tea growing country.
Dr. Kilmer's 8wamf-Root cures
all Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pamphlet and Consultation freec
Laboratory Blnghamton. N. Y.
Leadworkln? is the most disastrous of all
trades to health.
Throat Troubles. To allay the irritation
that iliduces coughing, use "Brown's Bronchia}
Trochte." A simple and safe remedy.
In Boston venison is retailing at twentyfive
to forty cents a pound.
A Pennsylvania Farmer.
AL M. Luther, East Troy, Pa., grew last
season over 200 bushels of Salter's Silver
Mine Oats from one measured acre! How is
that for old Pennsylvania? Over 30,000 farmers
are going to try and beat this in 1895 and
\ win $200 in gold! Then think of 116 bus.
barley from one acre and 1200 big full bushels
- of potatoes and 230 bushels of Golden Triumph
What is teosinte, and sand vetch and
epurry and 50 other rare things? Weil,
Salzer's catalogue will tell you. Largest |
growers of clovers, grasses and farm seeds in
America. Freights cheap to Pennsylvtnia
and the east.
IIT TOO WILL CUT THIS OCT AXD SXXD It
with 103 postage to the John A. Salzer Se9d
Co., La Crosse, Wis., you will receive their
mammoth catalogue and ten packages gnitn
and grasses, including above oats, free. (A)
Walter Baker & Co., Limited, Dorchester,
alasa, the well-known manufacturers
of Breakfast Cocoa and other Cocoa and
Chocolate preparations, have an extraordinary
collection of medals and diplomas awarded
at the great international and other ex*
hibitions in Europe and America. The house
has had uninterrupted prosperity for nearly a
century and a quarter, and is now not only the
oldest but the largest establishment of the
kind on this continent The high degree of
perfection which the Company has attained
in its manufactured products is the result of
long experience combined with an intelligent
use of the new forces which are constantly
being introduced to increase the power ana
improve the quality of production, and
cheapen the cost to the consumer.
The full strength and the exquisite natural
flavor of the raw material are preserved unim~
paired in all of Walter Baker & Company's
Icrspttrauuuoi ?i iuai> IUCU uiuuuvM u<?^ vtutj
be satd to form the standard for purity and
In view of the many imitations of the name,
labels and wrappers on their goods consumers
should ask for and be sure that they get the
genuine articles made at Dorchester, Mass.
State or Ohio, City or Toledo, ?
Lucas County. ("
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is th<
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &
Crt, doing business in the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said firrr
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Cat a rue
' Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
hworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1386.
. ?'?, A. W. Gleason,
4 seal >
? ? y? ' Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure istalcen internally and act;
directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces ol
the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Q.
|y Sold by Druggists, 75c.
FITS stopped free by Dr. Kline's Greai
Nerve Restorer. No fits after first day's use
Marvelous cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle
free. Dr. Kline. 931 Arch St.. Phila., Pa.
After six years' suffering I was cured by Pibo's
Cure.?Mary Thomson, 29# Ohio Ave.,
Allegheny, Pa., March 19,1894.
Blood means sound health. With pure, rich,
Incuuiiy uiuuu, uie diumauu <iuu muesli vt
t organs will be vigorous, and there will be no
dyspepsia. Rheumatism and neuralgia will b?
unknown. Scrofula and salt rheum will disappear.
Your nerves will be strong, your sleep
sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla
makes pure blood. That is why it cures sc
many diseases. That is why thousands take it
to cure disease, retain good health. Remember
Is the One Tru: Bloo:l rurifler. All druggist'. $1.
||A.JU Q!|U cure Liver Ills: easy tc
HOOP S HIS take, easy to operate. 25c.
N Y X U-7
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
W. L. Douglas
#3. SHOE be^o(!TdThe
Ill you pay io mv ivi juwj,
amine the W. L. Douglas Shoe, and 9 ?c
see what a good shoe you can buy for
OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS,
^ and LACE, made in all
kinds of the b*?t selected
?Sf leather by skilled work\
manufacturer in the world. Vj8\B
None genuine unless name and /8MN7
price is stamped on the bottom. iffiTt / J
Aslt your dealer for our 9B, /if? fa
4, S3.50, 82.50, S'4.25 Shoes; //& ' /f
2.50, S3 and S1.75 for boys. iSXZ/ 1
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Ifyourdealer / #
cannot supply you, send to fac- rrrr-^iM
tory, enclosing price and 36 cents
to pay carriage. State kind, style f
of toe (cap or plain), size and I Jtffi
width. Our Custom Dept. will fill
your order. Send for new lllus- "
trated Catalogue to Box R.
W. L. DOUCLAS, Brockton, Mass.
The "LINENE" are tbe Best and Most Economies
Collars and Cnffs worn: they are made of fine
cloth, both Bides finished alike, and beingr reversible.
one collar is equal to two ot any other tind.
They fit well, wear well awl look well. A box of
Ten Collars or Five Pairs of Cuffs for Twen|?fnve
A Sample Collar and Pair of Cnffs by son for Six
Cents. Name style and size. Address /
REVERSIBLE COLLAR COMPLY,
77 Franklin St., New York. "7 Kilby s;., Boston.
'SuccessfulIv Prosecutes Claims.
I Late Principal Bxfcmlrier U.S. Pem.ion Bureau.
irraiu iast war. 15adjuiUiatingcliuoia. utly ?iuc?.
EMPIRE OF DRESS, 5
NEW AND BECOMING GARMENTS a<
FOR WOMEN. f<
A Stylish Basque of Cheviot?Hand- f'
some Cape and Hood of Boucle i*
Cloth for Misses ? The ?
BROWN mixed cheviot made 11
the stylish tailor finished h
basque, depicted in tb? first w
farrro 1")!ii?trn.t.inn Tf. in t'1
l? _ ? -- ?
orated in latest mode with stitched fi
straps and small guilt buttons. The 8
glove-fitting adjustment is accom- sc
plished by single bust darts, under- n<
arm and side back gores, and a curv- w
ing center back seam. The closing is
in the center front, the seamless vest
extending to close on left, under the
graduated straps that extend to lower 8'
edge of front. The back is provided
with straps to match, both meeting at
the shoulder seam. The shallow cir
cular basque i6 joined to the lower ki
edge starting from the darts on front, ol
the free edges being stitched to match cl
the Btraps. The full gigot sleeves are to
gathered at the top and arranged over la
comfortable linings, a hollow box-plait w
being laid underneath, that extends to hi
wide cuff depth, with the edges caught io
down by rows of small buttons. A bi
close fitting collar finishes the neck, r<
that can close in front or on the left m
shoulder, as preferred. The tailor- st
made gown is the favorite for shop- ai
ping or 6treet wear, and this style is tt
especially chic and becoming. Serge, cl
cheviot, tweed, camel's hair, crepon or fii
cloth in the stylish mixtures, checks, stripes
or plain varietiefl will develop
nana6omeiy dv tne moae.
Tke quantity of 44-inoh wide material
required to make this basque for
a lady having a 32-inch bust measure
is 3f yards ; for a 3(i-inch size, 3 J
yards; for a 40-inch size, 3} yards.
misses' cape "with hood.
The stylish cape of boucle cloth
shown in the second large illustration,
and designed by May Manton, is
handsomely lined with plaid silk.
The cape is shaped in circular outline,
and can be worn witU or without a
seam in center back, as best suits the
material. The shoulders are smooth,
smoothly fitted without darts, and it
falls to fashionable length in stylish
ripples all around. The collar can be
raised, with the fronts rolled as 6hown,
closed higher, or rolled over on cape
as preferred. The pointed hood is
lined throughout, displaying the
pretty plaid silk on its rounded front
edges. The cape is hooked closely at
the neck, two pointed straps closing _
the front edges with bone buttons.
The edges of cape, straps and collar
are finished with machine stitching in t-1
tailor style; but this can be omitted tl
if a plain completion is preferred. ai
Capes by the mode are made of medi- tl
um and heavy cloaking in plain and tl
mixed colors, with smooth or rough- n
faced surface. For early spring capes B]
in this style are made of the dress ma- ai
terial and warmly interlined. The e,
hood can be finished reparately and jj
hooked on at the neck when worn, or j|
omitted when not desired. b
The quantity of 54-inch wide mate- 6j
rial required to make this cape for a C)
miss twelve years old is 1$ yards; for sj
a fourteen-year-old size, 15 yards; for r,
i a sixteen-year-old size, 1; yards. c]
SHIRT WAISTS. w
The large shops are already display- p
ing on their courters new cotton e
[ waists for the spring and summer of
1896. One great retail store isknown ri
\ MISSES' CAPE
to have bought sis thousand five hun- la
dred vraists of a single favorite cut, G
with probably twice as many more of f<
other 6tyles. Madras, silk gingham, ii
zephyr, grass linen, batiste, and percale
are the fabrics of these popular
garments, and they are in solid! b
rounds of quaint colore, or dotted, or
lee in checks and stripes. The chintz
owered waists that women of fashion
dopted last year, the designs like
julards, are also occasionally seen,
hose with buff ground strewn with
Dses were lovely Inst summer with
ght*colored skirts of covert cloth,
ut are not effective with black skirts,
urn-down collars of linen or of the
ibric of the shirt will rival the stand*
lg collar, and the cuffs are cnt to
latch. Ecru linen bastistes, English
" ' -1 familial, mono K?
oiiana, uiiu. bioo? mien
ill be more useful for shirt waists
jjh'i" m i vcnecPTooting,
are capable of being
smi-dress if well made, do not show
>il, and are generally becoming. The
sw grass linenB have stripes of color
oven in, or else there is an all-over
ssign of flowers embroidered in white,
earn tinted, or in colors, or else lace
3Bigns appliqued from their exquisite
XADIES' LONG COAT.
This stylish top garment commonly
D BY MAY MANTON.
iown as the "Newmarket," is made
: daric, rougn-Jacea cuevioi, suu
osed with large pearl or bone but>ns.
It is shaped according to the
test tailor mode, the fronts being
idened to fall loosely below the
ipe, conforming in shape to the fashinable
skirts. The loose, doublereasted
lionts are deeply faced, and
iversed at the top in coat lapels that
eet the ends of the deep, rolling
;orm collar m notches. The lapels
id collar oan be raised and closed to
le throat for better protection in inement
weather. The back and sides
t closely, with underarm and side
ad; gores and a well-curved center
;am that ends in deep coat lapsbolow
ie waist line. Hounded coat plaits
lat are marked by single buttons give
elded fullness at the side back gores,
... viwnla flffoAf at rtia aidpt: in
CIJU3U wuvvv mv ?uw
le skirt portion distinguishing the
ew modes. Tbe full gigot sleeves are
laped with a single seam, the fullness
I the top being plaited into the arm's
pe, a double seatn of machine stitchig
simulating cuSs. Pockets are
iserted on each lront aud concealed
y laps that are neatly lined and
titched in tailor style. The edges
in be plainly finished or machine
pitched as preferred. All kinds of
Dugh or smooth-faced cloth, tsveed,
lieviot, serge or iliagonal iu checke,
;ripes, mixed, plain or fancy weave
ill maka stylisb, comfortable and
rotective coats for storm or ordinary
The quantity of 54-iuch-wide mate;al
required to make this coat for a
idy Laving a 32-inch bust measure is
yards ; for a 3G-inch size, 6J yards ;
3r a 4U-inch size, Gl yards: lor a 42lch
cize, G; yarde.
The Ashantees are described a6
rave and handsome race.
A nyinjr Frosr.
Some'ycars ago an Englishman trav?
eling in the East Indian archipelago
in search of rare tpecies discovered
one of the most singular of all the an*
imals whioh are enabled to simulate
flying. He was moving slowlv along
in a deep forest when he noticed what
was apparently a bird darting down
from a tree, though its movements
were extremely nnbirdlike. It seemed
to dive down with a plunge, then rose
and caught another tree, some fifty
feet away. The strangest part of this
flight was that no wings could be seen.
The naturalist stopped and began a
cnr^ful examination and in a short
time was repaid by catching the little
flyer in the act. Alarmed by the net
it daiced from the tree and missing its
object fell upon the ground' and was
brought to the traveler in triumph by
tie natives. It was a frog?a new
tree, frog?a most attractive little
creature that had. been endowed Dy
nature with enormous webbed feet
which it expanded like wings as it
darted through the air and which supported
it sufficiently to pass from
tree to tree in grao.efal leaps.
While such a method of progression
is called flying it is simply because it
resembles the aot of flight, being, in
reality, merely soaring, illustrating
the principle of the parachute. The
webs between the toes of the frog
preBS against the wind and form a
strong resistance, as do the membranes
that are stretched between the rays of
the fin of the garnard. The delicate
skin that covers the false ribs of th?
flying lizard also buoys it up, preventing
a too rapid fall, while the
folds of loose skin of the colugo when
stretched to their fullest extent perform
a similar office for that interesting
animal. In all these instances the
plan is one devised by nature to aid
in escape and self-preservation.?Atlanta
C i. III. r..? ?.? Da
*3 til I ills ??jc u uc AAauiiuuu*
A short time ago an order was isBued
on one of the lines of the Pennsylvania
Company for all section men
to come to the office on a certain day
and have their eyes examined. Just
before the man who had charge of the
tests left the office a messenger boy
same harrying in with a small package
neatly tied up and addressed to the
eye inspector. The latter opened it
and was surprised to find a glass eye
wrapped up in tissue paper and also
an old fashioned silver watch. The
contents of the package proved a puzzle
to the inspector until he unfolded
a note, which, on being deciphered,
was fDund to read as follows:
"Oye inspector?Dear Sir: The day
before yesterday at nune I got wurd to
cume down and have me ise looked
after for culur blindness as ye call it.
I had forty-five ties and ten rales to
put down beyond the sand cut, and as
jerry Sullivan and Dominick Cooley
were laid ud since the wake that wuz
holded over Denny Doherty, my hancb
war too short to spare me. 'Twas
lnckv that the rite eye that was first
in my head wag put out with a blow oi
a pik and me glass eye that i6 a perfect
figger of the eye that wa6 riot put out
is sent to you together with my watch
for the hexamination. I oould spare
the giass eye better than the oye in
the head and if she is culur blind I'll
get oue that ain't. Yures truely, An?
thony Driscoll."?Pittsburg Dispatch.
Fur is a thread-like fiber which
grows out of the pores of the skies of
animals. It grows in length from the
root, and not from the top, as with
vegetable productions. The lower
portion merely lengthens out, and the
iop projects forward, consequently, il
once cut, it will always remain blunt.
It is tubular and filled with oil, which
gives to the fiber its color. In addition
to the oil it contains mineral
matter, among which are sulphur and
iron. A olose examination of the
fiber will, to a certain extent, show the
section of the country the animal inhabits.
The short and crisp, with an
oval or angular cross section, indicates
a tropical growth ; the long and soft,
with circular cross section, a Northern
climate. The fibers form different
structure and value, that which ie
taken from the back of a land animal
being the finest, while the reverse it
true of the animal which confines itself
mostly to the water, the underside
being much finer than the back.
Chinamen in Philadelphia, Penn,,
are slow to adopt civilization. Since
the days of One Lung, who, it is believed,
was the first laundryman to
land here, nobody has ever thought oi
keeping tab on their names until now.
The city directory for 1895 designates
Chinese laundries by giving the addresses
at which they may be found.
Their names are omitted entirely.
This seems to have wounded the
pride of the younger generation of
Chinese laundrymen, particularly
those who wear hand-me-down suite
and attend Sunday-school, and as a result
the city has an entirely new crop
of laundries for 1896. Sam Lee is now
Samuel G. Lee; Yip Sing is now
James Sing; Hong Quon it now Henrj
Queen; Jim Lee is James A. Lee, and
so on. In this way no less than thirty
Chinamen have worked their addressee
into the new directory. Hit the pipe 5
?New York Press.
A Remarkable Wound.
An oTfranrrHnnrv tftlft is told bv
Major Pryse Gordon of a wound received
in the Waterloo campaign by
one Donald, of the Ninety-second Regiment.
He had been shot in the thign
by a musket ball. The ball was extracted,
but still the wound did not
heal. A large abscess formed. Poultices
were applied, and on an incision
being made, lo and behold! a fivefranc
piece and a one-franc piece were
extracted, together with a bit o
cloth, the larger coin having been bit
nearly in the centre and forced intu
the 6hupe of a cup.?Notes and
Evaporated potatoes, prepared in
the same manner as evaporated ap
pies, are to be put on the market from
Minnesota next fall. Last season's
potato crop was so large that mac v
millions of bushels weve wasted, and
experiments were made in evaporating
potatoes. The experiments were successful,
and two big factories for preparing
potatoes in this manner are
building.?New York Sun.
There is one red diamond.
Asia has nineteen paper mills.
CongreBs contains 238 lawyers.
Africa boasts a 634-carat diamond.
The speaking trumpet is said tc
have been used by Alexander the Great,
335 B. 0.
A Quitman (Mo.) man has just re'
ceived $100 for a horse killed during
the Civil War.
The growing roota of trees have
shifted the foundations of a church al
San Como more than seven inches.
Eight hundred fishermen were carried
off on an ice floe in the Sea ol
- -Azor the other day, but were all rescued.
A rattlesnake seventy-nine inchei
long and having twenty-one rattles,
was killed near Jefferson, Ga., re
The steamship Aller was the firai
transatlantic liner to be equippec
with triple expansion engines. Thi;
iroaaol wan hnilt in 1885.
A red rabbit was caught near East
man, Ga., a few days ago. It is aliv<
and on exhibition in that place, am
the farmers living thereabouts sav i
is the first kind they ever saw.
Wolsey's seal ring is preserved i
the Tower of London. It is set witl
a peculiar stone, the nature of whicl
is unknown, but whicl^was believe
by his enemies to possess magics
James T. Ware, a merchant of Ka:
sas City, Mo., dreamed of a wonderfn
buried treasure near Versailles, Kj
He spent a good deal of time an
money digging for it, and now say
that he doesn't believe in dreams anj
An orchestra has been installed i
the Baptist Church at Galesburf
Mich. The pastor of the church lead
and plays the clarinet.. The music i
good, and the new feature of the sen
ices is attracting big crowds to th
A man in Barton, Vt., married hi
stepmother a few weeks ago. Th
match was interesting, but not sut
cessful. Domestic difficulties brougk
them into the police court a very fe
weeks after their marriage, and th
troubles are not smoothed out yet.
A fashionable photographer in Lor
don whose place of business is on Rt
gent street, hung out the Union Jac
and the Stars and Stripes side by sid
during the recent "wnr scare." Th
centers of their edges nearest to eac
other were bound together by a broa
' blue ribbon.
' Jules Simon says the most excitin
1 * * ?1 U
1 moment 01 nis me was wuou uc m
trying to obtain a concession from
1 foreign diplomat whom Presidec
1 Grevy was beating at billiards. It wa
only in response to Simon's mute be
i agonized appeals that Grevy consenl
i ed to lose the game.
There is no other work in the worl
j of which bo many copies are printe
annually as of the Chinese almanac
' This almanac is printed at Pekii
and is a monopoly of the Emperor. ]
1 not only predicts the weather, bi
1 notes the days that are reckoned luck
and unlucky for commencing any ut
dertaking, for applying remedies i
diseases, for marrying and for burj
Mecca is a large city, and a princ
pal one of the East. The temp
of Mecca, to which so many pilgrn
nnnnallv travel, forms a 6oacioi
square about a quarter of a mile i
each direction, with a quadruple ro
of columns. A number of steps lea
| down to Mohammed's house, an
within it is the black stone said t
have been brought by the angel G;
briel for its foundation.
Amputation ol Frozen Fingers.
All of Diok Snyder's fingers an
both thumbs were operated upon ri
cently at the hospital of the Sacre
Heart by Drs. MacLean and Newmai
Two fingers on the left hand was take
off at the near knuckle joint, and a
the others on both hands were ampi
tated, some near the tip3 and others s
J the first and second joints. It will t
necessary to amputate all the toes c
j the right foot <md to remove parts t
the bones of both feet.
Snyder is the Wrapper who was to:
ribly frozen ca New Year's Day an
night while endeavoring to savo hi
companion, Bronkins, in the mour
tains northwest of Athol, Idahc
Bronkins perished and Snyder save
1 his own life by encircling a small tre
with his left arm, walking around th
| trunk all night and swallowing t.oba*
co to avoid falling asleep. When h
was brought to Snokanc br his younc
er brother, Walter Snyder, it was aj
parent, that lis woulil lose some of th
fingers of the lelt hand, which ha
been most exposed while clinging t
the tree, bat hope was entertnine
that the right hand and both fee
might be saved intact. ? Spokan
1 (Wash.) Review.
Doctors' Office Iitiililinr.
"The Clinic" is the name sclecte*
by Architect Willis G. Hale, of Phila
delphia, Penn., for a most remarkabl
office building. His plan is for i
| structure that will include ever;
leature of a medical college plant anc
a private hospital, along with the offi
/"lr" f i f in A 1 no/? A f troi
uuo lux buu juviniuau; usu ui mwjsi
In this ags of spociiiiies in niedl
cine, and particularly surgery, the
necessity for such a ctruoture seems tc
have arrived. ?Jr. Halo nays ho ha;
already enough assurances in hand tc
make the project ^ success.?Xtw 1'orl
February and March are two of t1>e bes
months to visit Florida. The climate is ftn>
and the poclal features at their height o!
interest. When you have made up your mine
to go, you naturally want to get tnere as sooi
as possible and in the most comfortable man
ner. If you live in New York, Boston o
Buffalo, you can take one of the Magnificen
Trains ot the "Big Four Route" from any oni
of these cities to Cincinnati, and with onl;
one change of cars continue your journey ti
Jacksonville. Direct connection maide in Cen
tral Union Station, Cincinnati, with througl
trains of all lines to Florida. Address E. 0
McCormick. Passenger Traffic Manager, o
D. B. Martin, General Passenger and Ticke
Agent Big Four Route, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Good Dog 1b AVorth Looking After.
If you own a dog and think anything of hire
you should be able to treat him intelligent!
when ill and understand him sufficiently t
detect symptoms of illness. The dog docto
book written by H. Clay Glover, D. V. S.. spe
cialist in canine diseases to the principal ken
nel clubs, will furnish this information. Jti
h cloth bound, handsomely illustrated booV
and will be sent postpaid by the Book Publish
ine House, 134 Leonard bt., N. Y. City, o
receipt of 40 ctf. postage stamps.
A WOMAN'S DESPAIR.
COULD SEE NOTHING AHEAD BUT A
" A LIFE OF PAIN. |
8he Telia a Reporter How She Suffered-" i
How She Was Cared?And How Her I
Life Has Been Brightened by the "
Sanshlne of Health.
, From Vie Drych, TJtica, N. 7.
Mrs. E. McLaughlin, who resides at 83
. Miller Street, Utioa, N. Y., but formerly lived
r at 110 Seymour Avenue, in the same city, is
a lady nearly seventy years old. 8he was
, born at Marcy, Oneida County, N. Y., and
^ has resided in Ctaj^^Oounty all her life
and is well-knovH^^Hjft^^as reported in
Utica that Mrs. won- 4
derfully a *
Dr. Williams' Pink Pilul^^^^^MHH
reporter of Drych was
on the subject and got the tr^^HH^H^HH
Mm M/?r.amrhUn quiH qhA
ed with rheumatism for about
and was at times unable to rise^Hfl^^H|
t chair. Her suffering was intense, ^HHI
I was sometimes driven nearly wild
3 agonizing pain. 01 late she had also ^^^9
troubled with indigestion and her health hl^H
become greatly undermined. 8he was almos^H
B discouraged, being unable to get relief either m
jj from the doctors or through the numerous
1 reme lies which she tried. Mrs. McLaughlin c
t had often read of the cures effected by Dr. <
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, but, af- (
ter her many failures to obtain relief through Q
other remedies she had but little confidence *
h that anything would help her. She continued *
l to grow worse from day to day and had given
J up all hope of ever being restored to health. J
d One day Mrs. McLaughlin spoke of Pink J
il Pills to a friend who was calling upon her. 1
It happened that this friend had had some
experience with Pink Pills and knew their j
i- value. She urgently advised Mrs. McLaugh- \
il lin to give them n trial, which she consented j
f to do. She procured one box and before its .
' contents had been entirely used she noticed
d quite an improvement in her health. She
s waited some time before getting another,
r. After a while she decided to keep on with ]
them, and when she had taken three boxes
was completely cured. She is no longer 1
n troubled with indigestion, and when seen by
.. the representative of Drych was walking ,
around as briskly as anyone of her age could
ls be expected to do.
is Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
j. day of July, 1895.
Q. H. Humphrey, Notary Public,
,e . Oneida County, N. Y.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a con[g
densed form, all the elements necessary to
give new life and richness to the blood and
6 restore shattered nerves. The are an un:
failing specific for such diseases as locomoit
tor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance,
sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous
headache, the after effect of la grippe, pal?
pitation of the heart, pale and sallow complexion,
all forms of weakness either in maid
or female, and all diseases resulting from
l* vitiated humors in the blood. Pink Pills
5- are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post
k paid on receipt of price, (50 cents a box, or
e six boxes for $2.50) by addressing Dr. Will'
lams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, X. Y.
h President Kruger, of the Tiansvaal Repubj
lie, has two cousins who live in Kansas.
High Price for Potatoes.
S The John. A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse,
Wis., pay high prices for new things. They
^ recently paid $800 for a yellow rind water,s
melon, $1000 for 30 bu. new oats, $300 for
100 lbs. of potatoes, etc., etc.! Well, prices
for potatoes will be high next fall. Plant a
^ plenty Mr. Wideawake! You'll make money,
d Salter's Earliest are fit to eat in 28 days after ]
!. planting. His Champion of the World is the
greatest yielder on earth and we challenge
* you to produce its equal. (A.)
If you will send us 10c. in stamps to
j. the Jqhn A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., I
n you will get, free, ten packages grains and
T' grasses, including Teosinte, Spurry, Giant
Incarnate Clover, etc., and our mammoth
-1" catalogue. Catalogue alone 5c. for mailing.
16 Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children '
,s teething, softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
allays pain, cures wind colic. Ii5c. a bottle
w Don't Neglect a Cough. Take some Hale's
, Honey of Horehound and Tar instanter.
a , Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute.
1- paper sent to your address free. Do you want the i
Sew York Mercury?bright, breezy and bristling?
sent to you or your heirs or assigns?forever? You
can obtain the New York Daily and Sunday Mercury j
free. For full particulars address the Supt of Clrcu- I
latlon, New York Mercury, 3 Park Row. New York. .
muke?3 a day; absolutely ?urei we fur1.
N* J niah tte work and teach you tree you
afcv vfort 111 ,h? locality where you ll?e;
U ?ead ugyonr address und we will eiplaln
fjHMIam the butlneM fully; remember we guaj*
antee a clear profit of $3 for erery aaj's
7 ? -T _w??*s absolutely *ure; wrlla ?t ctr.
P. J0BBA5. lingtr. Box LT. PETH01T. llCfllBiil
it ^ ^ '
? You get thrc
> # the time you
? commotion or fuss.
Pearline saves rubbing. Th
e easy work, even in house-clear
and oil-cloth, etc., are worn 011
U Pearline cleans, with the. 1
>t least harm, anything in the wo
e CJ/an/1 Peddlers and some unscrupulous j
OCilU or " the same as Pearline." I'
? and if your grocer sends
IJcLCxZ honest?srta it back.
, nTySjSJn SALZER'S 1
Ar' **e?gnixed ? the belt for ill Mill
. North or South, becime the/
o, 'r\mc^W I Sprout Quickly, Grsw Vigir
J^kttXnHLy Thitle their record the world orer. J
I roflSSEWKL. t0 e",lnt,?- There U leu of moaiy
Sf: ' f?>?S t? *ke a kold ?t?U?e?t here
f 'It' PfcH x I world art proanc?a i ram Uluri t
1 I SW-vi 'vifwK ( if you with to make money?that it. hn
/ T.'w fejffv\ ahtad of your aeifhbon?plant Sail
Y7 flJS ^yjfjnj TWA dtnert' wholeial%llit Li?htain|
Il_ ''S-? 35j \N ?' the world, fit for market ia 60 daji!
(J tmE,"/ 8al>er'( Earlleat Cueomber cannotb
'i.' i* TEW ' Oar mammoth Plaat and Seed Cati
'.?)m WJ the ohaictltTigatabUi, with pricM dirt
I F t poiUge, or Catal?fni and Package ef J
JOHN A. SALZE
" Well Bred, Soon We
| flON'T YO
0 papers ;ind books which you don't
j like to look up if you had some c
' formation in n few lines??not 1
1 pnevc!onrfi:lla costine 525 or $30. at A I
LISHINC HOUSE, I 34 Leon- (J '
furnish you, postpaid, with just such
\, illustrated, with complete handy Index. Do yc
? lived? Who built the Pyramids, and when? T1
r What is the longest river Id the world? That Mi
* and who Marco Polo was? What the Gordian I
s mm ^ of explanations of just such i
[; ij about. Buy it at the 1
" \J half a dollar and IMP
8tter understanding1 of the
t nature of the many phys*
h vanish before proper ef>
te<L There is comfort in
;e that so many forms of
aot due to any actual dis?
ply to a constipated condi*
rstem. which the pleasant
ve, Sympof Pigs, promptThat
is why it is the only
millions of families, and is
esteemed so highly by all
>od health. Its beneficial
te to the fact, that it is the
which promote? internal
without debilitating the
>rgfens on which it acts. It is therefore
ill important, in order to get its b?ne?
icial effects, to noto when yjro
ihase, that you have the genuine article,
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only? and sold by all repitable
druggists. . ^
If in the enjoyment of good Aealth,^-,
md the system is regular, theflmaxa-\
;ives or other remedies are not needed. \ \
[f afflicted with any actual disease, one V , >
nay be commended to the most skillful I
physicians, but if in need of a laxative, *
then one should have the best, and with x
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely \
used and gives most general satisfaction. \
N Y N TJ-7 l?J
The Home Bureau for Delicacies toi
the8ick, and Nurses' Registry, at 15
West Forty-second st.. N. Y., under
date of Oct 20,1894, writes: -'Please
send one dozen boxes Rlpans
Tabules to the Nurses' Club, 104 West
Forty-first street. * Reports of the
Tabules for troubles resulting from
disordered digestion come very
frequently to our attention here.
This Bureau does not dispense
medicines, but has opportunity to
hear frequent discussions concerning
the merits of remedies. It seems to
be conceded that the Tabules are a
reliable auxiliary to the physician.
Some of our patrons use them to a
oWnnf on/1 r\h trafof a na
vuiiuucinvio v<Aiv.ui) um?
assure us that the formula is
Rlpans Tabuh s are sold by druggists, or by null
ti the price (50 cents a box) Is sent to The K_pan?
Chemical Company. No. 1U Spruce *1, New York*
Sample vial. 10 cents.
THE AEBMOTOR OQ. flH> uur
windmill business, because It has reduced tnacaw *
Rind power to 1/8 what it was.* It has many branch
f houses, and supplies Itsjroods and repair**
4. At jour door. It can and does furnish ??
better article for less maneythaifc
BflH? others. It makes Pcnnpln* ?iA
PBSrH Geared, Steel. 6*lTanli$d-aft?r?
Completion windmllli, Elltln*
r and fixed Steel Towers, Steel Bun Saw
Frames, Steel Feed Cutters and JtoM
Grinders. On application it win name ao*
of these articles that It will furnish until
January 1st at 1/3 the usual price. It also makaa
Tanks and Pumps ot all kinds. Send for catalogue
Factor?: 12th, RockwtD ui Plilswre Strata,CMcufr
va/f have no agents.
bnt sell direct to thsoonwm
acywhtro for eiamlnatio*
. . X Xinjlly before wile, ETBrythinf w*<
Vk ranted, too styles of Can
JBB ?eibMKFx rlages, 90 styles of Han
P^w^a5^^S^^Jdles. Write for catalogue.
Carriage * HaraeM Iffg C*
(V. B. Pbatt, Seer Elkhart, lad.
A HI IIM Morphine Habit Cared in 10
IIHIIe M to 20 daji. No pay till cured#
I#! IWWl dr.j.stephenc Lebanon,Ohie.
flDllllfland WHISKY habits cured. Book tent
UrlUITl BEE. Dr. B. M. W001XET, 1TU-TTA, OA
C3 In time. 8old by dragfflttg. 1*1
when you take Pearline
S. to it. So does the
dirt. Every scrubbing
to have wings.
)ugh your cleaning in half
used to, and without any
at means a good deal besides
ling. Paint and wood-work
t by rubbing.
east labor, and without the
rid that water doesn't hurt
grocers will tell you " this is as good as**
f'S FALSE?Pearline is never peddled,
yon something in place of Pearline, be
JAMES PYLE. New York.
and eMail, whither Cut or Wert,
ously, PiOduc* Enormousi)!
3eing Northera-growa, tbey are bred
maae Is early vegetables, tad we art PuJSJWtfr
tkat the ?*rli??t, ehoieeat Ttjttibln in ^gfPly
ieeda. Onr Catalogue telle too why. (e
re vegetables ia the market 10 to 20 dajj
ler'i Seed*. dead 4c. for market gar;
Cabbage ii the earliest Cabbage novelty BgMBj
Pkf.. Ifie.; ?t.. 00c; lb.. |i.00. WW
r?? Oaioa 8eed: (K'c. psrpouad!
beat. Pkg . 10c ; oi.. 20c.; lb., Sfl?. 'W^
ilogue, eoatainiag ? magnificent array of JK
ch?ap, ti mailed to you upon receipt of 4c. 7
Early Bird Radish apoa receipt of Be. ^
:R SEED CO., La Cro?se, Wi?.
>d." Girls Who Use
k A rTrill come across
ill v/ncni expressions
' and references in the newsfully
understand, and which you would '
omnnct book whloh would ??iv? tha 1b
obliged to handle a twenty-pound
in stamps sent to BOOK PUB
ard Street. N. Y. City, will
a book, containing 520 pages, well
u know who Crocus was. and where ha
int sound travels 1125 feet per second?
ireo Polo invented the compass in 1260,
Jnot was? The book contains thousands
matters as you wonder mm
very low price of
R 0 YE YO VP SELF. %J \#