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Andrew Lang?? Versatility,
No one knows how Andrew1 Lang
gets through such & stupendous amount
of work. He never works- in the
morning, generally takes a stroll in the
afternoon and dines late. The reason
is that he can write anywhere on any
thing. A story is told that he once
borrowed a farmer's hat in the train,
.wrote ah article on the crown of it,
and at the same time conducted an
elaborate argument on the subject of
Valuable Almanac Free.
We have received a copy of thc new
almanac for 1001 published by the
Royal Baking Powder Co. It ls an ar
tistic and useful book, and will be of
interest to housekeepers. A notewor
thy feature of the almanac ls a predic
tion of the weather for every day of
the year by Professor DeVoe. who cor
rectly prophesied the great Galveston
cyclone and other important metero
loglcal events. "We are authorized to
say that any woman reader of this
paper can secure a copy without cost
by sending a request to the compauy
at 100 William street. New York.
Elephant Parties a Social Fad.
The Maharajah of Durbhunga hav
ing given Lady Curzon, wife of the
"Viceroy of India, a herd of elephants,
she has devised elephant parties as the
latest social -function. On these occa
sions each animal carries a young
woman and an attendant young man
to rendezvous, where tiffin ls served.
Lady Curzon rides in a howdah of
silver, protected by a white silk um
brella, embroidered with pearls. Her
mahout carries a silver goad and the
ny-fan trappings of the elephant are
ienbroldered with silk and gold, while
'fe-toons of pearls hang 'round his ears,
j Her elephant testifies his affection
by snatching treasures from passers-by
br bazaars and bestowing them on the
rider. This becomes a trifle embar
rassing at times, especially when the
fclft takes the form of a little brown
boy with nothing on except a string
Of beads about his neck. The little
fellow was the son of the elephant's
?keeper and the particular friend of the
janimal, whlc evidently thought his
.two favorites should be together. The
little brown boy returned home a
richer an? happier child.
This picture tells its own ?
older girl, just budding into \s
ly with, those irregularities an
sap the life of so many young
Lydia E. Pinkliam's
a'ways be relied upon to res!
suffer. It is a sov?reign cure
and displacement of the worn!
and all troubles of the uterui
expels tumors from the uterui
ment and checks any tendei
subdues excitability, nervous
entire female system.
?ouid anything pro\
flciency of Mrs? Plnhfi
foiiowfng strong statonn
'/BEAR MBS. PTJTKHAM :-I was
about a year and a half. I have trie
nothing helped ino. I underwent th
oeived no benefit. My ailment was
I suffered ir*
weak I hod t
hard as to a
enduro the p:
My memory g
my sister I wi
and was und<
eluded to ti
bottles I fol
bottles I was
cure almost i
for your tim
in your nobl
broken-down women. I have lull
E. Plnkham Vegetable Co
which will be
Uttimoaial is i
yields to nature's medicine,
lt Badly cares,DySiBMia and an stomach,
liver, kldoev and bowel disorders. An un
rivalled aparleat tod laxative; Invigorates
and toaos tho whole system. A nanni
water of tho hiebest medicinal value, con
centrated to msxe lt easier -
and cheaper to bottle, ulai I sIBi
ship and nae. A 6-oz. g^BEf llHwk
bottle is eqcal to 2 (rallona l^Qpp*
o? nncondoDSSd water. ?Hftk '
marion eT?T7 bottle. ~ "
CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO.. Louisville, Kt.
Australian Harder*' Lonely Lives.
Not even its greatest - admirer could
call the Australian bush beautiful. It
is a somber sage-colored "wild of eu
calyptus forest, 'interspersed with arid
tracks of thorn andspinifex.. There
is no shade, and the silence is Intense.
At far intervals you come across a
squatter's clearing, with its little com
munity of human beings. Deeper still
in these solitudes, alone and almost
lost, live the shepherds and bushmen,
each "an Alexander Selkirk marooned
in a great waste of grass or forest.
Once a m&?.*_ y are visited and
their rations carried to.them, but for
the rest they live in solitary exile, the
only companions their sheep, cattle and
dogs.! Cut off from human Intercourse,
they almost lose the faculty of speech,
and become as witless as their sheep or.
cattle. And when tbey return to civili
zation for the short holiday that is
allowed them it^is too probable that
they hand their "cheque" for the half
year's wages to the proprietor of the
shanty known as the '"Bush Hotel,"
and stay there to drink lt out.-New
castle (Eng.) Chronicle.
A Sad Rascal in the Bltd World.
The blue jay is a sad rascal no
doubt. It has a great appetite for
I grain and fruit and destroys some
birds' 4ggs.. On the other hand, it is
a noted caterpillar hunter and ls one
of the few birds that eat the eggs of
the tent caterpillar and other harmful
insects in winter.
In Woolwich Arsenal Just now chief
attention is being devoted to the man
ufacture of naval .guns, the production
of which ls greatly* exceeding that of
To Aboli-h the Whipping Post.
The law-makers are wrangling over the
abolition of tho whipping post Tho man
who succeeds in passing such a t ill, will
prove as great a benefactor to tho breaker
of man's laws os Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ter* has tr the breaker of nature's taws If
you've L^'ec^d your stomaoh until indi
Kostlon, constipation, biliousness, liver and
kidaey troubles aro upon you, there's but
oae cure, Hosteler's Stomach Bitters.
Don't fail to try it for la grippe.
Letting-Him I>?t*ii Knay.
"Jano, > ou know very well tbat I never cold
you a lie in my life." ; . _
"O u w ? .inn), you, arc sieh a ditzzliniM-x
aRuerator!"-Cievcliin i Plain Dealer.
rtory ot sisterly affection. The
romanhood, has suffered great
d menstrual difficulties which
Vegetable Compound can
;ore health to women who thus
for the worst forms of female
m feeling, weak back, falling
b, inflammation of tho ovaries,
3 or womb. It dissolves and
3 in the early stage of devplop
?cy to cancerous humors. It
prostration, and tones up the
re shore oSe?rSy tho ef
ani's MedloSne than the
9nt of (Srctoo Stansbury?
a suf?erer'jfrom, ?female weakness for
d doctors , and -pa tent medicines, but
0 horrors of -local treatment, but re
pronounced ulceration of tho womb,
om intense pains in the womb and
the backache was dreadful. I had
1 ita worst form. Finally, I grew so
o keep my bcd. The pains were BO
lmost cause spasms. When I could
lins no longer, I was given morphine,
rrew short end I gave up all hope of
Thus I dragged along.- To please
cote to Mrs^ Pinkham for advice. Her
), but meantime I was taken worse
ir the doctor's care for a while,
reading Mrs,.Pinkham's letter, I con
y her medicine. After taking two
t mucn better; but after using six
cured. All of my friends think my
niraculous. I thank you very much
ely- advice and wish you prosperity
e work, for surely it is a blessing to
and complete faith in the ? Lydia
mpound."-GEACE B. STANSBCBV,
2 W A ^T 'n~ t0 ^act l',:lt *orne sceptical
9 ?ffi H B peof Ie have (rom lime to time questioned
? SKMr the/ennincnernci the testirr.o.-iu':e:tcrs
we are constantly publishing, vre have
the National City Hank, of Lynn,Mass., $5.000,
paid tn soy person who will show that the above
lot genuine, or was published before obtaining the
permission.-I,VDIA E. PiNKnaM MEDICINE CO.
Two hundred bushels of po
tatoes remove eighty pounds
of1 'actual"Potashfrom the
jpf| soil. Unless this quantity
is returned to the soil,
t the following crop will
We have books tellinc about
composition, cse and value of
fertilizers for various crops.
They are sent free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St.,
%S' eV'^iThflmpson^ Eye Witer ?
HEROIC WOMEN'S WORK.
Made Bass For Defense of "Locations,
While Cannons Boared.
Lady Macdonald, Mrs. Conger and
the other ladles of the legation offered
their curtains and portieres for use,
and the scissors ruthlessly cut un
most exquisitely embroidered draper
ies into sand bags, while those who
were In charge of the fortifications
continually sent messengers ashing for
"more, more." One of the mission la
dles had just laid In a new supply of
table linen, and some of the native
Christians, finding It and knowing
whose It was, brought it to her. This,
with all like material,, was used, as
were drawn-work linen 6heets and
pillow caces, while bolts of rare dam
ask linen were 'cut up without com
punction. In fact, all sense of cost,
and even sense of beauty, seemed to
be lost In the eager desire to furnish
the means of protection to human
lives. Besides these beautiful things
thus sacrificed there were also used
common ' materials, such as old Mon
gol tents, hangings to Sedan chairs
and stacks of old Chinese clothing.
These were cut out and sometimes
sewed by foreign ladles unused to
other than delicate work. However,
the foreign ladles were greatly assist
ed by the Chinese girls of the mission
schools, and by the women of ??he fam
ilies of native Christians. O' '?e for
mer there were some 150. B 'e the
supplies brought from the Mgn
stores there were great rolls ot on
cloth, also of silk and brocade o,
from Chinese ctores. The Chint t
their funerals wear special gannet u
Many of these were used, the long,
large sleeves being well suited to the
purpose of bag-making. It was a" con
tinual surprise, that new supplies from
new . sources came in each day as
The housekeeping committee and
those who worked in the diet kitchen
were particularly hard worked, being
constantly busy, and exhibited an In
genuity in planning and preparing ap
petizing edibles that was marvelous.
The materials were horseflesh (called
pony meat), coarse wheat flour and a
dark-colored rice. These were the sta
ple materials. There was a small
quantity of canned meats, which was
used as au occasional relish. The
white rice and all delicacies were re
served for the bibles and the sick.
One of the missionaries told me she
went each day to another part of the
legation, in constant danger of flying
bullets, to get a slice of white bread
for her sick baby. The woman having
the flour baked a loaf each day, not
for the use of ber family, but for the
While there were three ladles on
the standing committee of housekeep
ing, all the ladles took their turns in
looking after the cooking, serving, ta
ble setting, etc. As there were sev
enty In this family they were divided
into three meases. And it was neces
sary to have three of each of the
meals. . As the /lining room was also
living and sleeping room, it required
"much work to keep lt in presentable
condition. One of the rardest things
to bear was the utter Impossibility of
having quiet. There were times when
it was unsafe for any one to be out
side the building, and all work had to
be done with a large number in tho
roora. Outside was the roar of artil
lery; Inside, three busy sewing ma
chines, and women and children, and
servants at work, besides all the men
not required outside on the fortifica
tions or at the mill. This constant
noise-and Impossibility to be alone
was more wearing upon the nervous
system than any amount of work.
Take Children Inlo Partnership.
A lady was recently speaking of her
pian to keep all business cares and
anxieties from the knowledge of her
children-keeping everything depress
ing out of their life, she called it-that
they might be free to enjoy them
selves as long as possible, with no
feeling-of troubl? or responsibility.
"But will that really add to their hap
piness in the long run?" asked an old
er mother, dissentingly. "We have al
ways tried to take our children Into
partnership-to have them share our
plans and Interests, and let. them
know what we are trying to do and
what we have to live on. It seems to
me that successes are mor? valued if
they come as something one has hoped
for and helped to work for, and re
trenchments are more easily borne If
they are intelligently agreed upon in
the family council instead of forced
upon the younger members with only
the bald statement that we cannot af
ford this or that. It strengthens th?;
family tie if the children feel that it is
our home, our business and our inter
est; if they know that their opinion Is
considered and that their votes count;
lt ls a means of education iii wisdom,
self-control and unselfishness. Life's
best good for all of us lies in Its disci
pline; not in escaping Its burdens, but
in learning how to bear them.-Leslie's
Short Bolero Coats.
All the new coat costumes for win
ter wear show the abbreviated bolero
coat, but the prettiest have some fash
ion of basque, either pointed, tabbed
or breaking up the plain edge in some
manner. Even the bolero which
reaches to th? waist at the back runs
down into tabs or points In front, and
the sack coat terminating on the hips
shows slightly elongated scallops at
Many boleros are single breasted,
but slope across and fasten with clasps
pr a couple of fancy buttons on the
left side. Broad revers cJ embroidered
cloth, silk appliqued with lace or cov
ered with perforations of cloth or vel
vet, are outlined with narrow borders
.of fur. and these are smarter than re
vers entirely of fur.
There has come a sudden revolution
against overelaborntlou In tho costum
ing of bridesmaids, and their long bag
hats and bouquets have been taken
from them. It ls rlgi't enough to have
pretty malden attendants, nut their
gowns must not dwarf or outshine
that of the bride.
-.The man who Joyos his temper usu
ally has an inexhaustible supoly to fall
That's always the way with
our Hair Vigor. When per
sons use it they are always so
highly pleased with it that they
tell their friends about it.
If your hair is short, too
thin, splits at the ends, is
rough, or is falling out, our
Hair Vigor will perfectly satisfy
If your hair is just a little
gray, or perfectly white, Ayer's
Hair Vigor will bring back to
it all the dark, rich color it had
years and years ago.
One dollar a bottle.
If your druggist cannot supply you, send
us Si.co mid wc will express a bottle to you,
all charges prepaid, lie sure and give ns
your nea rca t express office.
J. C. AYER Co., Lowell, Mass.
Send for our handsome book on The Hair.
PITTSBUKC'S FERRY MAID.
Hov/ a Girl of Sixteen Supports Her Mother,
Sister and Brother.
Young in years, but full of vigor
find buoyan?y of youth, pretty Bertha
Walz, a girl of IC, has a career as a
ferry maid on tho Ohio river that for
the novelty of its features ls rarely
For months the young girl has "been
the sole support ol' her mother, young
er sister and brother. Week in and
week out, unaided and alone, she has
plied her big ferry skiff back and forth
across the Ohio to secure means for
providing for her helpless mother and
Bertha lives with her mother in an
old, but neat-appearing houseboat, on
the banks of the Ohio river, near the
Pressed Steel Car Company's works,
In lower Allegheny. This boat has
been her home for the past six years.
The idea of running a regular ferry
came to her through the suggestions
of mill men who cross the river at this
point to the McKee's Rocks side to and
from their work in the big mills.
Partly through the efforts of gener
ous contributors a skiff was procured
and the girl entered upon a new career.
She found her task rather arduous ar
first, and her fair young hands were
covered with many a blister at the
end of a day's toil. But soon th?
muscles of her arms bade fair to rival
those of the ciack oarsmen of a
'varsity crew. Now she thinks nothing
of rowing six or eight stalwart men
over the river on a single trip. Some
days she makes as many as forty
trips, and has been known to .take in
as much as $3 a day as a result of her
The widespread popularity of ber
ferry, however, aroused the ire of less
favored ferrymen living in shanty
boats near by. First, her best skiff
was stolen, and later a new one'was
turned loose on the river. Finally, she
was not permitted to land her,skiff on
the McKee's Rocks shore1 at the large
landing, but was made to run ber boat
in at some obscure point. Consider
able trouble arose over the ownership
and use of a pair of wooden steps
leading down the river embankment
to the shore. The climax was reached
one night last week. Richard Grlf
feths, a ferryman, tried to lay violent
hands on her. Only the timely appear
ance of a mill man and the presence of
her faithful dog, which usually accom
panies her for protection, saved hei
from serious injury at his hands. As a
result, suit was promptly entered
against Grlffeths on a charge of disor
derly conduct before Alderman Lynch.
At the hearing Grlffeths was fined S1Q
and costs, or 20 days In jail. The steps
claimed by Grlffeths as personal prop
erty were declared to bc government
property, and it was directed that the
fair prosecutor was fully entitled to
their use.-Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele
Cuarding the Tehgrranh.
When the electric telegraph was firsl
Introduced Into Chile a stratagem waa
resorted to in order to guard the post!
and wires against damage on the part
of the natives and to maintain the con
nection between the strongholds on th?
frontier. There were at the time be
tween forty and fifty captive Indians
in the Chilean camp. General Pinto
in command of the operations-called
them together, and, pointing to the
telegraph wires, said:
"Do you see those wires?"
"I want you to remember not to gc
near or touch them, for if you do youl
hands will be unable to get away."
The Indians smiled incredulously.
Then the general made them each IE
succession take hold of the wire al
both ends of an electric battery in full
operation, after which he exclaimed'.
"I command you to let go the wire!"
"I can't; my hands are benumbed!"
cried each Indian.
The battery was then stopped. Nol
long after the general restored them t<i
liberty, giving them strict Instructions
to keep the secret. This had the de-n
sired effect, for, as might be expected;
the experience was related in the
strictest confidence to every man In the
tribe, and the telegraph has ever since
As to Vaccination.
The small wire cages now used to
protect the vaccinated arm from rub
bing against people, clothes and cor
ners of houses would have been highly
appreciated years ago. In the young
days of the century we boys and girls
had no sort of protection. In not a
few cases re-inoculation was constant
ly occurring, because we would persist
In scratching the sore and transfering
an atom of the virus to some other part?
of the body by means of the finger
nail. Then we liked a big scar. It
meant that the vaccination "took"
well-Victor Smith, in New' York
"There is somethiug very myste
rious about this burglary," said the
letective. "None of the family heard
i sound, although the house was
:horoughly equipped with au old
fashioned rocking chair in every room!
I'm not a believer in the supernatural,
Judge-Madam, do you know the
nature of nu oath?
Female Witness-Yes, sir. I con
fider them very ill-natured.-Chicago
Paris's Fine treas.
X. te"3 us tliat the most ?wonderful
thluj, not only in the Exposition bot
in Paris Itself, Just now ls the trees.
Paris ls the most beautifully shaded
capital in the world, he says, and to
have thrown this gigantic structure
across the heart of its bloom, and still
kept that fresh and greening, Is one
of the most astonishing feats accom
plished by its makers. Being a statis
tical person, X. has told us all sorts
of interesting facts about Paris trees,
lt would be a singular lack of respect
for them, lt appears, to imagine that,
like Topsy, they had "just growed."
Each one has to have a special envir
onment created for it, to begin with.
An artificial soil three metres wide by
one metre deep. Under the asphalt
which covers Its roots there must be
a complicated and highly perfected sys
tem of drainage. And still another
triumph of science is to bc found in the
means for protecting its leaves from
the exhalations from the gas-jets in tho
branches. So each tree costs the city
of Paris 170 francs to plant, and the
cost of keeping up the green which or
naments her gardens, squares, streets,
and boulevards ls just 2,000,000 francs
a year.-Harper's Bazar.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With local applications, nstheycannntreaoh
the seat of tba disease. Catarrh ls a blood or
constitutional disease, and In order to euro
lt YOU must tako Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cur?is taken internally,and actsdi
rectly on tho blood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure ls nota quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one1 of tho best physicians in
this country tor year?, and is a reicular pre
scription. it s composed of the best tonics
known.combined with tho best blood purifiers,
actinK directly on the mucous surfaces. Tho
perfect combination of the two Ingredient* is
what produces such wonderful results in cur
ing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENKY <fc Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold bv Drutrgists. prico 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
"When the Man Gets a Chanco.
"What a pretty girl she Is!"
'.Is she otherwise attractive?"
"Yee; t-ho stutters dreadfully."
Teaspoonful doscB of Crab Orchard Water
nicht ?nd morning will cure tho most obsti
nate cases ot constipation.
Careful or His English.
"Now," cautioned tho eminent represen
tative who had Ul ked for publicaiion, "doi.'t
quote mein no bad Eugllsh."
The Kest Prescription for Chill?
and Fever ls a bottlo of GitOVB'8 TASTKI.KS?
mux TONIC It ls simply irou and quinine lu
>, tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price ?lo.
A Prudent Husband.
"John," whispered the trgod woman in the
doad nf night, "there aro burglars uuwn
"Yon go down, dear." replied John tleep
lly. "They won't dare strike a woman."
H,nve you over experienced tho joyful
sensation of a good appetite? You will lt
you chew Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti;
He FoltThnt Ho Wasn't Included.
"See that fellow over thero wit'i the pretty
'.'Well, ho Rot up and left the nudionco thc
other nicht when tho ora?or said h: wanted
to ulk to thu p alu pe?p:e."
You're bilious, got
eyes burn, your skin ls j
mean, as if you wantec
passed off, and what yo'
and those who love you,
I THE TABLET
?Sk UVAK.VXTEEI) TO CU HE I
bod breath, bod blood, wind on
?headache, Indigestion, pimple?, p
plexloiv and dizziness. When y<
irrt ll-ic nick. Comttpatlon kills it
?Ss IC lc a starter for tho chronic nil
T?P afterwards. No mutter wh.it alli
?yoa will uever cet well and bo ^
right. Take oar advice; start TV
cunranteo to oura or money refai
**" Cerman Luggage Stamps.
In order to simplify the transporta
tion of. small boxes or trunks by the
railroad in Prussia, the Administration
has just inaugurated a system of trunk
stamps similar to postage stamps. As
far as Frankfort and Mayencc, trunks
or parcels weighing from 1 to 08
pounds now need only to have a stamp
stuck on them and to be handed In at
There are two divisions, one for dis
tances of under G5 miles, the other for
longer distances, and In each division
?three rates - namely, for packages
weighing less than 15 pounds; between
15 and 20, and between 20 and 65. The
stamps issued arc 5 cents, 10 cents, 20
cents and 40 cents. All such parcels
are sent by express. The time of trans
port is guaranteed to be not longer
than ten hours for G5 miles. For an
additional payment of 10 cents the
package will be delivered to the ad
dresses within an hour of the arrival
of tho train.
"Time To Cet Up."
A Philadelphia policeman has told
how he encourages early rising In his
6>.ns, two boys of about the same size.
"I have two suits for them," he said;
"one new and expensive; the other
very old and ugly and worn. They
own these suits lu common, and the
boy who gets up'first ha the morning
wears the good one as a reward. Both
boys ere fond of dress, and so this
scheme works well. The mlDute I
ahout, 'Boys, get up!' they spring out
of bed and make a rush for the new
suit Sometimes they reach it togeth
er, when there will be a hot fight
over who's to wear lt, and I have to
come up and restore order with a hair
I ? %M%J? I andi 8%? ?rsm
I TIRE/} I 0*"* Qreene'sfMorvurBm
BT??aHnSi ? IJ^UJJIHE had planned to go out^n ker husband, but
' J? mJs? 5 IfitkV ^er strentTth failed her.
I ^W?P BJ E-er nerves were excii all day, and when
S ^MF? M 8 night came she just couldn'^ the courage,
q Jj M ?IHA W \ ti *s the olc* story of weakness anc^rvousness taking !
I SHrJP BS S ??BBL IST S the pleasure out of life and filling it \^ discontent and I
j_ ? ? suffering. It is not honest fatigue suiting from the I
??SffiaaaSfl^ daily task; it is weariness born of weak.ssand ju health. I
The ideal strengthener for wea women is Dr.
Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. It builds them up in every \y hy toning up
the blood and strengthening the nerves. Nothing else in the world can do orvrira's wor?
It seeks out the weak spots and strengthens them. It en
riches the blood and gives it a healthy circulation, thus ^g^gge*
Strength to overcome the general discouragement ^?^^^^^^^?m^
\ is followed by the ambition to be well. A few nights /^^^^^^^
I of sound, refreshing sleep brings a new sensation of ^r^^^^S^^j^ ^ Y*^_
j acquired strength. How ready now is this woman for ^|jj^*T ^iFV| I " "^^^
SSS*a Qi*90nG^S new color in her cheeks ^^VjLj JrC^ ? J|
NERYS?RA oft^vegetableele^01 ?rL/ ^?^'?^?k
FOR THE BLOOD AND ^^^j^^^?^L H j?\ J?
cured woman, ^and; such transforma- ^^^^^^^^^^^? ^^^^^^^^8
MRS. OLIVER WILSON, of No^h^^^^^^ ^r^?^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _
di t . C!^ 1 ci ^ *
a cold, you have a throbbing sensation in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, your ?
fellow with dark rings under your eyes, your lips are parched and you feel ugly and ?
i to kick a lame infant or kill a canary bird. Your, system is full of bile not properly 9.1
LI need is a cleaning up inside. Don't continue being' a bilious nuisance to yourself
but send out at once for a box *f CASCARETS and work off the cold while you sleep. .
LI get CA5?ARET5! Don t lei tnem sell yvu TL fake substitute. S
?M >iaoi.. ' _Axp j.cfc? i .?cai ou ?ya um- sxu . " *
S^SSS?teb*. 45011 cers ~DnctrJlOCV 4- 1783- a wir? @
B?^/^^^^^fev ^ "I hnve used your valuable CAS- ?^ ii
SiS!^ ^?fiSSik CARETS and find them perfect. Couldn't 5r
HsfttA wwESa ?0 without them. I have used them for capi^ . 'ia?
ei^^? ff^wi ?i< como t!mo for .Indigestion and biliousness wn - .gr*
^^WHW B??S??3? and arr. now completely cured. Recommend u_ *gj
.>1" ihem t0 every one. Once tried, you will bax /*?,
^^^^^gj^pi ^ ' neVer bC With0Ut t!iern !n tllc iamlly- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Wff
BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER. ^?^^T
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fS^^^^^ 25c. 50c
^llPmft)^ NEVER SOLD m B ULK.
?oT thoo iiTotifrr^nl^tS^cth-r 1 naroatocd taT nreor money reltondcd. Go buy today, two fiOc Hoi?, (ilTO
K?id"loneye"T ot i^rtSrt?uw?om? t^cm ? ftilr, lionejt trial, a.^er ?linnie di rccMoi?. ?nd If yon ar? not ..tl.?ed
. , ,,,,t-?rU^ftA MTARfeTAte?ttvb! uftrr u?inir one SOc liox. return th? nniiifJ .>0.- toi ?nd tho empty hoi to
^eft uf? ^l^n^U^ot?n^nr^e? S-by Snj? ortho drn ajri B t from whom yon pnrehaaed lt. oud ?otyenr mcney
K'kyEM^rfSR&tKtoJLTSiK^VS^SSSJS back for both boxe?. Trike onr ndrlce-no matter whrtt alla you-?t?rt today.
rfi? tooay, unaer an HUBO mi o ff ," -ol0it|y folio v.- and you will ole?* the day yon tlr?t ?tarted the n?e
lded- *M cTCASCAJKETS. Book froe by mall. Add: BTKBMSUWMDT CO., S?r YorkorCkleat?.
Said tho teacher to tho grainmar class
To which our boys belong:
'The boree and cow in the field;
Now, what in that is wrong?"
"The cow and horse is in the field,"
Spake one in manners versed;
"Because, you know, 'tis more polite,
To mention ladies first."-Life.
Six Days Knough.
Mrs. Nexdore-We consider
playing wicked on Sunday.
Mrs. Suapp-Glad to hear it. That's
what we consider your daughter's on
iveek days.-Philadelphia Press.
To Cur? ii Cold In One l>ar.
l ake LAXATIVE DROUO QUIMSR TABLETS. AU
IniKglsts rofnnd tue money li lt falls to cure.
K. vt, UHOVE'S siRuature is ou each box. '?je.
S^l ? S^- m ammotjj I
ffi^H SST TT kitchen wc cm- ?
111 ELA I ploy a chef 1
Iwho is m ex-, i
pert in making mince pies.
?Hc has charge of making all of |
Libby's Mince Meat. 1
?We don't pracricc economy here, j
He uses thc choicest materials. He |
!is told to make the best mince meat |
ever sold-and he does.
IGct a package at your grocer's- |
enough for two large pie?. You'll |
j never use another kind again. ?
LIBBY, MoNEILL A LIBBY
Write for our booklet. "How to Make ]
? Good Things to Eat." *
MW-Mfr??-4M ll III - III ? J
1 ho Piirnmonnt Inane.
"What is the paramount Issue in this cam
"lt ls whether I am to wear a:iewhatat
?mltii's oxpense or wnether Smith U to wear
i now hat at my expenso."-Chicago Record.
PUTNAM FADELESS DTES do not stain
:ho hand" or spot tho kettle. Sold by all
None But the Brave.
Mr. Billincoo-Ah! my dear. I wish I mleht
JO like a knight of old, and p?r:orm some
Ired of daring for you.
Miss Lovylips-Oh. Gennie! Now that
ron're worked up to it, suppose you speak to
: do not bollovo Piso's Curo for Consumption
ms an equal for coughs and colds -JOHN P.
JOYEK, Trinity SprlngB, Ind., Fob. 15,1900.
(? Salary to Sturt with. Write us at oneo(firing Ci
Y age, occupation and references. lie quiet, we ~J
(? want only one man to a county. Wc want good \
W trust-worihy men, and will poy such men well VJ
/. and keep (hem employed KB\Y I'LA A ti. Write \
? io-Jay. H.l 111/,:;)* <'(>.. 1'. Ich ni omi. Vn. ?)
FREE ELEGIIaG BELT OFFER
Jgy^^^^^jKrg^ftN TR'*! 'n 7olu'own home, ??
Liect. HHI^T uLFci Hie nt\n
?Ith moot all other treatments. Cur? ?hon til oihtr alt?.
tri? bclto, appllum ?BI? ?arti? fill. QUICK CUBE for
more tann &0 alimente. ONLTSUCCCCas for allnerroua
dlicue?. wcaknetces and disorders. For complete
teal ed onfldecttal oitaloirue, rut : hi, td oct tod m.ii t? ct.
SEARS, ROE2UCK & CO., Chicago.
Safest, surest cure for
Dr. Bul! s&$^js?
Refuse substitutes. Get Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
USE CERTAIN SGUREJI
I50 KINDS ?
For 16 Cents!
?t j e?r we ?Urted ont f or MMM*
onrtomerm. We reoelred 870,000, We
now hare on oar book? l.UO.GuO n?rae?.
Wa with S9DJD00 more ID 1PU1, makin*
l,S00,COU full,h?nce thia unprecedented
of?er for 16 cutt postpaid of
SO kinda of rareat lnarloua radlthea.
IC ?nuarnl norn t earl lett melon?,
ld ?ort? clorlout tomatoctk
05 pirrie?, lettuce Torletlet,
19 ?pUndld bert ?orI?,
AS po r rr ou .1 y bean ?1 fu 1 flower ???da
In all 160 ktodt. tore to dtllRh i . ort pleat* and
aaptlTata jonr Iiaaru. tanthcr wltb ear (nat
lllattrated Plant and Baad C?talo*. Ullin? all
thont millen Dollar Oran. Paaoat, TtatlaU.
Br?mat. Spf lu. Ooloo Baad at ?Oe., ate., all
for lit oanta ?tamp?ood thia notice.
Catalan potltlraly worth f 100 ta ?07
planter af ??rdea ?nd farm teed!.
JOHN A. 3 ALZ ER 8IEO CO.
A La Croue, Wis. i
nDADQY NEW DISCOVERY; CIT.,
?Lar Ft "^aV Jr I quick relief nnd euros wor?l
ce*. Book ol testimonial! and 10 days'traatmeat
Free. Dr. H. B. OBSBN'SBONS. BOX B. AtUnt?.o*
WE WIM.GIVE YOC A 84 Cu
PA RM Collection or SEEDS
? FR Eh of money cost, asking only that you sell 60
O Packets of Vegetable aced* for u? at ic each. ,\0
Z .MOV KV In advance. Write usa postal accerUng
A thM offer and we will Mall You thc Go Packet*
ir at once and will also stnd (.'ataloR, > ull Instruc
T tlons. and 12 Due Bill? for dUtrlbutlon ?raong
X Tonr friends In order to Induce them to buy the
Qseed. of you. A DDK KS?, r. J. RI st; Co
? 11II HM?M), VA. A GOOD KCITef Clothe?
O ti IT tn for Sellins 1UO PackeU.
Tanks, Stacks, Stand Pipes and Shect-Iron
Work; Shafting. Pulleys. Gearing, Boxe?,
Hangers, etc. Mill Castines,
ty Cast every day; work 200 hands.
LOMBARD 'RON WOUKS & SUPPLY CO
AL GUST A, GEORGIA.
lU "_CUR?S_WHERE Alt ELSE FAILS. I
IB Beet Congh Syrup. Taatca Good. Use
Cu In time, Sold by druesUts.
CON SUMP.TIQN ?
I Will festore those Gray Hairs
a? r ffesioyey is a Perfect DVessi h g and Resio>ep. PK? ce $ ? .OO, N