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Produces good health, because it easily ex?
pels the gonns or disease and does not permit
them to bo nourished and developed? lu tho
body. As a blood purifier and health givoi
Has No Equal.
1a. Cure Seldom Equallod in
?II Other Troatmont Fallod
Hood's Snronpnrilla Cured.
"Jly wlfo sprnlnod hor ank In ton years ago.
It apparently got well to ull outward appear?
ance, It being a littlo larger than tho othet
ankle, but lu a fow months throe sores broko
out on hor knee, hor ankle,, und foot. Thoy
Largo Running Ulcers
and tho doctor could not do auythlng to
help. I thon took my wlfo to the hospital
and tho surgeous sera pod all the flesh rouud
tho soros, and said they would get well. They
almost hcnlcd up, t ut soon two littlo spooks
came, ono on eno.h Sldo of tho first sore. The
doctors said tlioy would not amount to any?
thing, but in a fow clays they turned out to
be moro ulcers, and in a short timo they had
eaten into tho original sore and madon largo
wound. Tho surgeon next decided than an
Operation 171 ust De Performed.
My wlfo would not consent to this. I was
?about discouraged and dooldod to buvo hor
H $.<%e^s$ew* parilla
try a bottle of Hood's <? * ?e/\rv
Rarsaparilla Uesldes g IATQS
giving her this modi- ?j^^/
cluu -jvetiandaged tier %*5S>' r%^^
foot in steeped leaves and roots and con?
tinued this troatmont (or llvo months. At
tho end of thnl llmo she had taken eleven
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, the sores wei
all healed and shuts perfectly well. Mywlfo
Is fifty-two years old and Is In tho best of
health." Joar.ru 0. l iu.i.i.,, Long Deach,
Postmnstor Hoi man
ot Long Doaeh, Gal., says ho knows Mr.
Frooby to be a man of his word, and ho bo
llevco hls statement to be strictly truo.
Hood's Pit Is are purely vegetable, und
carefully prepared from the best Ingredients.
At tho lion Mnreho (cheap market), Tsris,
lust your, CU2 persons wore arrested for
ITnw'fl This I
Wo offer One Hundred Dnllnrs Howard for
?iivr.i nnf Catarrh thai cainiut, bo cured by
Hull's Cularrli (.'tu e.
F. J.OnRlfBY & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the underpinned, linvo known F. J. Che?
ney for I ho last 15 year., nnd bellcvo him licr
fcclll hoiiornbta in nil business transactions
nnd llnanelnllr ahhi to carry out any obliga?
tion mndo by their Iii in.
"\Vtsr ,t Tiioax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
"Waluimi. Kinsan Ai. Maiiviw, Whnlesalo
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hal's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, act
ln-;Hiredly upon the blood ami mucuus-sur
fncosof Ibo gyMein. Testimonials sent frco.
Price, 70c. par bottle. tJuld by alt Druggists,
" XTeak Xttupi "?Dr. Hunter's fnmous book,
explaining how consumption arises, in what
way it enn be prevented mid the new Ircat
inoiit by which it Is now cuicd, is itdvcrti&cd
in another column.
Mrs. 'Winslnw's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens tho gums, reduces iufhima
Lion, alloys pain, caret wind colto.-'So.auott)
That Is almost as necessary us lifo Insur?
ance. It menus reasonable euro and occasion?
ally a little medicine?.not much. A Hipans
Tubule is enough In most cases.
At tho ago of 73 Darwin declared that a
cigaretto rested him moro after hard lnbor
than all else
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root cures
all Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pamphlet and consultation free.
Laboratory Hlnghamptoii, N.Y.
It Is estimated that tho firand Fails on the
Hamilton river In Labrador have a drop of
Karl's Clover Hont, the great biood purl tier
gives freshness and clearness to the complex?
ion and cures constipation. SSSuts. do els. $1
F.nglnud has 200 men each worth ovor
Los Angeles will havo a citrus fair.
AN ALARMING STATEMENT
HOW BAD HABITS ARB FORMED.
_v The New York Tribune snys : " The habit of
x talcing 'headache powders' Is increasing to au
alarming extent aiiioi|g a great number pr wo
incu throughout the country. These powders as
their name indicates, ore clnimcd by the manu?
facturers to be a positive and speedy cure for any
form of headache. Ia many cases their chief
iuarcdient is morphine, opium, cocaine- or some
otrTer emlally injurious dnur having n tendency
in deadeni ?nlri. The habit of taking them is
easUv fornied but almost impossible loshake
off AVomcii usually begin taking them to rc
Siv?. ? rat-lint headache and soon resoit (o the
nowderTo a ueviatc any little pain or ?che they
powcicr '". , , ] lo n,,d finally like the nior
^h%??rtolomflend,/Ptt into the habit or taking
CS I rl , in.ag.ni.ig that they arc In paiS
? if they Happen to miss their regular dose."
In nine cases out of ten, the trouble is
in the stomach and liver. Take a simple
laxative and liver tonic and remove the
offending matter, which deranges the
stomach and causes the headache. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are composed
entirely of the purest, concentrated,
vegetable extracts. One Pellet is a
dose; sugar-coated, easily' swallowed;
once used, always in favor. They posi?
tively cure sick headache and remove
the disposition to it.
Mr. E. VAnOASOK, of Oiler Late, Lapeer Co.,
Mich., writes: "I not
infrequently have an at?
tack of the headache.
It usually comes on in
i the forenoon. At my
dinner I cat my regular
meal, and take one or
two of Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets Imme?
diately after, and lu the
course Of an hour my
headache is cured ami
no had effects. I feei
belter every way for
having taken thou?
not worse, as is usual
aller taking other kinds
of pi(!?. * rleasant Pel?
let?1 Arc wdrth more
than their weight in
gold, if for nothing else
V,. Vauoas0n. Esq. than to cure headache."
TOPICS OP IN MOREST RELATIVE
TO i''Altai AXO GARDEN.
INDIGESTION IK CALVES.
"Whoa a young call is gorgod with
milk, indigestion follows and tho
stomach is clogged with amass ofcom
paot ourd. Tho oonscquenco is, says
tho Mark Lano Express, thnt tho ani?
mal beoomcs dull, dribbles nt tho
mouth and grinds its teeth.
Tho trontment should bo to givo a
tenspoonful of carbonate of soda or
saleratu8 in half a pint of water,whioh
will diesolvo tho ourd and aid its pas?
sage through tho intestines. In six
hours after givo ono tenspoonful of
raw linscod or castor oil. Offer no
food until tho bowols aro cloaned out,
and thou givo ono quart of warm fresh
milk at a meal overy threo hours.
When n calf is drinking milk it should
bo fod slowly aud with intervals of
rost, aud cold milk should novor bo
givon, as this chills tho Btomnoh and
TRAINING A COM.
Tho training of n colt should bogin
ns soon ns it is wenned; indcod, bo
foro this time .something may bo dono
in u preparatory way to mako tho
training moro easy. Tho first thing
to do is to get well acquainted with
tho colt, and thus remove all fonr of
tho owner. When tho young animal
has tho confidence of tho owner tho
rest in easy, if this confidence is not
lost by nuy rough or unkind treat
ment. Tho utmost gontlocoss nnd
kindness nro roquisito to maintain tho
influence over tho young nuimnl first
acquired. Tho rest follows by gradual
i teps, teaching tho colt its business
littlo by littlo. In this way tho ani?
mal may bo put to light work soon
nftcr it is n year old. It is a good
thing to havo a colt go with tho maro
whilo it is sucking, as this accustoms
it to much of its future work, and
uses it to the road.?New York Times.
a HEAT BRITAIN'S CHAMriON IH'.I LT'.U.
Hero is tho heifer that won tho
ohnmpion plato at tho London cattlo
show. The English ideal in tho way
of a ronst beef producer is to breed
cattlo that shall bo as nearly ns poEsi
TlfE CHAMPION HEIFER.
blo composed entirely of meat, with
a minimum quantity of bone. Tho
champion heifer is described as being
of tho Aberdeen-Angus breed. Her
name is Ben ton Bride, nnd sho was
brod by Mr. Clement Stepkeuson, of
Sandyford Villa, Newcnstlo-on-Tyno.
The.heifer has won, besides tho cham?
pion plato at tho Londou oattlo show,
tho special challenge cup offered by
Queen Viotoria, tho President's prize
nt tho Birmingham fat stock show,
and tho Thorley and Elkington cups,
ns woll ns many other minor prizes.
HOW TO SELECT J20QS THAT WILL HATCH.
In tho largo cud of tho egg there is
what iB call tho air cavity, or air
chamber. It is a small spaco inside
tho shell and outsido of tho inner
lining or membrano of the shell. Iu
n fresh lnid egg it is about ns big
nronnd ns a dime and nn eighth or
quarter of nn inch dcop. But in old
eggs thnt have been on hand a good
whilo it is larger, and in eggs that
havo been frosted it is also much
larger. By holding tho egg up be?
tween tho thumb nnd foroflngor, with
tho largo end turned in toward the
hand, and holding it between tho eye
and a bright light, tho air cavity can
bo cosily seen through the shell.
When tho cavity is small, nnd the egg
inside tho shell keeps firmly in place
ns it is turned over, tho ogg is fresh.
But if the nir cavity is enlnrgod, nnd
thcro is a looso watery substanoo that
seems to run about within tho shell
when tho egg is turned, it is nn old
egg, or else it has been frosted, nnd
in cither easo it will not hatch.
If tho air cavity is absent ontiroly,
nnd tho insido of tho egg turns nbout
loosely, then tho insido lining of tho
sholl, together with tho yolk, is
broken, nud is either a spoiled egg or
very soon will be.
After an egg has boon subjeolcd to a
few days of incubation?about fivo
days?the formation of a chicken may
bo scon under a similar test. At first
only small rod veins, until * dark cen?
tral point will bo seen, but after tho
eighth or tenth day tho voins enlarge
and increoso nnd tho dark spot also
appears-much larger, so as to givo
about one-fourth of tho egg inside a
dark apponranco with red outlines,
Tho movomont of tho chicken which
is in process of formation may then,
Tho dark spot at first Eoon is tho
head and oyes of tho chick, and from
that thcro grows, or gradually de?
velops, tho balance of it. After two
weeks of incubation tho ohiokon has
attained a sizo thnt gives tho insido of
tho egg ft dark appearance, though
whioh 'nothing can bo scon. Eggs
thnt appear clear and fresh looking
mny bo rnted nsnnfortiloand romoved
after tho seventh day.
In running nn incubator a test of
this kind is quite nocossary, as it is
often tho case that thirty or forty per
cent, of the eggs should bo taken out
becauso of unfortility.?Farm, Fiold
A LEMON BUFF BOOSTER AND Iir.NM.
In a large cage near tho ccutro of
Madison Sqnnro Gardon what is
probably tho highest prloed rooster in
America- strutted about during tho
recent Poultry Show as if nwaro of
tho fact that bipeds' of his stylo como
high. America is his name, and with
him wero six hens of tho same breed
and fine coloring. Thoso birds aro
tho property of Adaras, Pnrduo ft
Young, and they wero raised by
Mr. Newton Adams at his farm near
Utica, N. Y. America ia a lemon bnff
colorcd cochin, nnd to obtain this
particular purity of shading briuga a
leoliug to tho fanoicr very ranoh liko
tho satisfaction a poitor fools w
perfect pea?Ti'brow-*va90 is pronu
America -was airod by Wonde
bird that took first priio at the
Poultry Bhovr as a oook, and
prizo tho year previous as a cockerel,
and whoso get aro said to bo better
birds in every way than thoir sire.
Tho particular breed is known in
England hs tho Mrs. Harris strain.
The characteristic mark is tho oxtromo
length of feather nil over tho body,
ns well ns tho heavy foot fenthors. Mr.
Qoorgo Purdue, ono of tho ownors of
America nnd sisters, said that' Mr.
Adams experimented a long timo be?
fore ho .was ablo to produce their
particular shado uf color, and still re?
tain tho proper form. Tkn birds
wero merely on exhibition, nnd thoy
nro not for sale, although 31000 has
been offered for tho lot.?Now York
Tho question of economical fooding
in pork production is ono that inter?
ests all farmer:-, nud muoh informa?
tion on thnt line is boing imported
from tho different experiment stations.
A 'recent bulletin of the Utah Station
gives results from the uso of bran fed
in four different combinations?bran
nnd wheat, bran nud poas, brau and
corn, and bran and barley. Tho grain
was ground and mixed witli clean
water, and fod in euch quantities ns
would bo cnton up clean, nud iu ench
of tho pens was kept a box eontaii.ing
Fnlt nud nahes on tho ratio of a pint of
salt to a pock of ushes. The period
occupied by tho feeding was a little'
over flvo mouths, nnd iu that timo tho
gain of tho sets in tho order of tho
food named was: 333, 62S, 303 and
209 pounds, weighing nt tho start 106,
111, 112 nnd 114 pounds rospeotively,
nud nt tho close 439, 03'.), 415 nnd 381
pounds respectively; tho avorago gain
per pig per day was .00, 1.09, ,03 and
.CO puunds. ? '
It will bo noticed thnt tho pigs fod
with tho pen mixturo mndo n muoh
grenter gniu in tho whole than oithcx
of tho other lots, being 200 pounds
heavier than those fed on wheat, 224
than thoso fed on corn, and 253 than
thoso fed on barloy. Tho amount of
feed vuriod, however, ou tho different
lots as follows: 1844.44, 1919.42,
1378.08 nnd 1213.70; tho amount re?
quired for 1 pound of grain of loss
weight was 4.02, 3.03, 4.55 aud 4.02
pounds respectively nt. a cost of 2.51,
3.18, 2.81 and 3.00 cents respectively,
boing reckoned upon tho basis of wheat,
45 cents per bushel, or 75 cents por
owt, ground; pens, 81.25 per owt. ;
corn, 75 cents per cwt., ground, nnd
barley, 80 cents per owt., ground. It is
noticed thnt notwithstanding tho
grcator gniu from feeding tho pens,
tho cost of tho pork was nlso greater.
It w*is determined that the feeding
value of tho grains as compared would
bo for 100 pounds of wheat, 83 pounds
of peas, 118 pounds of corn, nud 121
pounds of barloy.
It appcarod that poas mndo a rapid
growth, and wero superior to either
of tho other grains; the others follow
in thoir order, wheat, corn, nud bar
On tho basis of this experiment,
taking whoat as a standard of vnluo
measure, pens would bo worth 13 per
cent, more, and oorn 15 por cent., and
barley 17 per cent, loss, respectively,
than whoat for fooding to pigs.?Now
farm and garden notes.
A grindstono pays for itself ovcry
Do not keep tho brood sows too fnl
or givo them heating food.
Tho cockerols should bo sold whon
they attain a woight of about thrco
Th"o question of ventilation-in win- |
tcr is not bo serious as tho question of
stopping it. ?
You nro not doing all you can to se?
cure oggs unless you food your lions
cut green bone.
In I'm gland largo quantities of boilod
rico aro fed to ducks during tho last
threo or four weeks hoforo marketing.
When you consider that a dozen of
oggs nro now worth ? about ns much
ns tho hon that lays thorn it will
pay to coax thorn up to tho laying
If you hovon't given yonr fowls
plenty of litter to scratch among, do
it nt once. It will koop them moving
this oold wonthor, and thoy won't mind
tho oold so muoh.
Whon the cow is dry and is expect?
ed to como in freeh do not feed her
too heavily. It ia of no ndvantrgo to
have her in a very fat condition, us
milk fever may result.
A new gipantio onion from Spain is
called tho Gibraltar. It somewhat
resemble:; the Prizetnkor, nud tho
claim is made that it exceeds nil other
big onions in size, woight and appear?
If you put donblo sash in your hon
house last fall, instead of single glass,
yon aro mighty glad of it by this time.
In that way you can get nil tho sun
Bhiuo that is going, aud still tho cold
can't penetrate n3 it will through sin?
On a very largo farm thcro is moro
or loss land that its ownor would bo
better off without. Sometimes it is
Raid thnt farmers should concontrnto
tteir offortsou a fewncros, and let tho
root lio in pasture and produce what
it will with littlo or no oxponsn. Only
market gardeners and small fruit
growers havo any adequato idon of
tho amount of monoy that cm bo
made from a small nlaoe.
MATJOUAIi FOR CUSHIONS.
Suitable materials for tho covers o!
pillows aro logiou. Pieces of last
summer's thin silk can be usod, aucl
for a hearth cushion thoro is nothing
bettor than tho front of ono of those
tea gown patterns which were used a
few years ago, and whioh woro em?
broidered in Persian designs and
colorings. At any Japanoso store can
bo fonnd a variety of printed cotton
orcpes, of odd silks, or of elaborately
embroidered Oriontal scarfs, ranging
from twenty-live oonts a yard to any
amount you may bo willing to pay. A
now material is ohiOon, a ridgod cot?
ton goods, wovou of threads of differ?
ent shades of tho same oolor. It is
thirty-Bix inohos wido and but seventy
fivo cents a yard, two aud ono-hntf
yards making tho oovor and rutile for
a largo pillow. At suvoral shops thoy
are already mado up in groous, dull
pinks and blues or yellows.?Now
AN AirriSTIO DIVAN.
In ovory homo thoro should bo ono
room in whoso furnishing comfort has
boon tho ohiof aim, where tho members
of tho family may do as thoy ploaso
without rotoroaoo to tidies throw on
beribbonod furniture. In Btioh a room
thoro will bo a wido and springy
couch, with not moro than three pil?
lows. These will differ in.size aud
softness, in order to *bo adoplablo to
tho shape of ovory ono's bond and
shoulders, tho smallest ono nu yield?
ing to prossuro that tho person using
it will bo nlmost unconscious of its
presence, whilo tho othor larger ones
will sorvo as a Bupport; porhnps tho
covers will bo of Ohiua silk, fine
chintz, bluo jeans, or, possibly, thoy
will bo simply slips of browu linen.
For tho drawiug-XQoni you cannot
have too many cushions. Ono society
woman boasted recently of owning
sixty, and sho immediately became
I tho object of envy of ovory woman of
hor acquaintance. Frequently hun?
dreds of dollars oro reprcsoutod in tho
pillows whioh ono sees in every cor
nor of on ologant home, in tho wiokor
ohair, on tho broad window coats, on
tho floor near tho hearth, and piled
upon divans in oriontal profusion.
Seven is said to bo tho conventional
nnmbor of cushions for an arlistio di?
van.?Now Orleans Picayuuo
BEAUTY IN MATTING.
Tho matting that couios wrapped
about toa chests, which can be had for
tho asking at any largo grocer's, oau
ho mado into decorativo objects. It
must flr6t be woightod under pressure,
aftor being washed in salt aud wator,
to mako it smooth ; thou it oau bo out
with a sharp kuife aud a rulor to keep
tho odgo straight.
In this way may bo proparod a hall
frieze or dado, window decorations for
billiard rooms or as a wall panel back?
ground for photographs. In all oases
oard or pasteboard is usod for tho
foundatiou. Ovor the edges of this
tho matting must bo turned back an
inoh or moro aftor wotting, press
again, this ti sie 'with a hot iron.
A long strip, or rather two joined in
tho contor, may havo as a finish in tho
middle and at either cud a Ousous
fan, which has about tho same color.
On tho Bolid matting may bo offoctive
ly painted a motto in straggling lot
tern, suitable to tho place, or largo
flowers, liko tho peony, sunflower or
poppy. Tho work must bo.donowith
a largo frcohand movoment iu order
to givo tho requlsito brendth ot troat
Pioturo frames of wood may in liko
manner bo finished with the matting.
A long, narrow panol covet od with
this material will afford a background
for a dozon cabinet phot >grapliB,oaro
le: sly arranged at different auglos. A
singlo largo photograph in a broad
matting frame, plain or bronzod, is
suitable for a chamber or sitt'ng room.
It may bo painted with grasses and
daisies. Portfolios and soarf cases aro
similarly made, aud may bo variod
and docoratod according to taste.?
Lemon Pudding?Beat tho yolks of
three oggs .with nine tablospoonfuls of
white sugar, tho juioo of two lemons
and a sma'l tumblerful of swcot milk.
Lino a dish with paste and pour in
tho mixture. After it is baked, beat
to a froth tho whilos of thrco eggt
with thrco tablcspoonfuls of white
sugar, spread it ovor tho top of pud?
ding, return to tho oven aud brown
Tripo?Boil it till tender. Wlion
cold out it in pieces-four or live inohos
square, flour it well, grcoso tho grid?
iron and broil ovor a cloar fire. Lay
it on a hot dish and son3on with salt,
pogpor and buttor. ! To fry it -Lay
two or thrco slices cJ salt pork into a
spider, and when thoso nro crisp ro
move them. Dip tho pieces ot tripe
into beaten egg and roll in iiuj broad
crumbs and fry brown.
Sweet-Potato S.ilad? "Boil throo
largo Bwoot-potatocs. Out into half
inch squares. Cut into very small
pieces two stalks of oelory. Season
with salt and poppor and pour over a
French dressing mado us follows:
Three tablospoonfuls ofjsalad oil, two
of vinogar, ono tablcspoouful of oniou
juice, ono saltspoon caOh of salt and
peppor. Lot salad stand iu refrigera?
tor two hours. Garnish With piokles,
pitted oilvcs and parsley.',
Delicious Quince Hoticy?Quinco
honey is dolicious when properly pre?
pared. Ploco on tho liro i'i a poioo
lain kettlo flvo pounds of'granulated
sugar and a quart of water. Lot it
become a thick syrup. "When it rope i
it is dono, and it must not bo cooked
too long, or it will sugar. Into this
syrup put four quinces chopped very
line. Lot it simmer for halt nu hour
on the back of tho stove, thou put tho
honoy into jolly glasses until it iM
wanted for use.
Sour-Milk Muffins?To a piut of
sour milk put one unbeaten egg, a
littlo salt, a tcaspoontnl of soda mil
one of buttor molted with tho eoda in
a spoonful of hot wator. Make rattier
ft thick batter and boat it well. Have
tho griddlo to a moderate heat, grease
it and also tho rings, lay them on and
fill thorn only half full of tho batter.
Inoroaso tho heat n little. In about
eight minutes turn thorn and lot them
lio thrco or four minutes longer. To
turn thorn without spilling requires
Only Ono Tone la Hin Voice. ? ^
. i'ossjP.Iy SS ludicrous n thing ns ever
happened wn? ts? oxuerlcnjco of my
friend, Professor Iloswell Park, ot Buf?
falo, N. Y. A man's lite had been saved
by too beautiful surgical skill of a suc?
cessful laryngotoniy. When health had
been retorod, my f rloud proposed to tho
patient the Insertion of an artificial
Iarnyx, so that vocal tones, or true
voice, could bo added to tho whisper
that necessarily resulted from the ab?
sence of tho vocal chords. This appar?
ently highly desirable thing was done,
but tho tone, of course, woo uniform;
there was no change of pitch possible
to tho mechanical Iarnyx, and expres?
sion, modulation, timbre?everything
that makes volco pleasant and moro
than useful was absent. Tho man could
speak, convey Ideas perfectly, but when
ho tried to glvo emphasis, nuances,
shadings, diverse meanings, and espec?
ially when be tried to express emotion,
auger, or resentment, there was only
t,ho monotonous drone nud squeak ot
tho intolerable machine. Nothing could
control tho convulsive laughter ot tho
surgeon and assistants. The poor man's
Indignation sought outlet In speech, but
tho very words of wrath were turned
to outrageous absurdity by tho Internal
device. In a spasm of ebullient rago
bo tore the mechanism out of his throat,
cursed the man who hud anved his life,
and Is probably ruunluir and bonrBely
whispering Invectives at him still. Ilo
never came back.?Dr. Ucorgo M.
Gould's "Meaning nud Method of Life."
WAS UOIJlTt) INSANE!
I FINANCIAL WORRY AN1? PHYSICAL
BXRUTION NOT TUB OKKATKBY
DBJTR.OYBR 01' HUMAN LIFK.
for Humanity'* Snlin, Arter Thlrty-Bls
Vein or Norvo-Orueplng slavery, Ho
Tolls How Ho Wna Sot b'roe.
Caldwoll, N. J., March 2fi. 1805.? (Hpoolol.)
?Sliico oim ot our prominent cltlstons Sllf
foro.l no terribly from tobaeoo tremens, ha)
ma le knrnvn his frightful experience In bo
lialf of haiimnity, tin) Iiidlrw (tore are making I
tobnooo-iuilna husbands' lives inlsorablo with j
Heir ontrenlioa to at ouoo epilt tobaooo)
Tho written BtUtomont of H. J. OouM Is
nttmcUns widespread utlnutlon. When
Interviewed to-ntuht hotcild : " I eommonocd
using tobacco at thirteen) I am now forty
nine; no, for llilrty-iilx years I ohowed,
smoked, Snuffed an I rubbed nnulT. In tho
inurning I ohowod hufore I nut my pants on.
and (or a long lime I uanu two ounces ol
j ohewlns nud eight ounces of nmoklng a day.
Bomelhues I had a ohew In both ohcokii and
a pipe In my mouth nl onco Ten years ago
1 quit drinking whiskey. I tried to ntop to?
bacco time and again, but oould not. My
nerves eravod nicotine and I fed thorn till
my skin turned a tobacco-brown, cold, slinky
pnrspiration oozed frOra my skin, and
ti jelde.l down my back at Iho lunst oxnr
tlon or nxoilumeut. My nervo vigor and
my Ufo was being slowly sapped. I inado up
my mind that I tiad tri unit tobneao or die.
On O.ilohor 1 I plopped, and for three days
I BiilTored tho toitures of the damned. On
tho third day I rot so bad that my partner
accused mo of being drunk. 1 said, 'No, I
hnvo unll tobaooo.' 'For n.iil's unke, innn,'
ho s itu, offering mo his tobacco box, 'tnkn n
ohowj you will go wild;' and I was wild,
Tobueoo was foruod Into mo and I wsa taknn
homo dar.od. I saw double and my memory
was beyond control, hut I Htlll know how to
allow and smoke, whluh I did all day, until
toward eight, whon my system got tohneoo
Hoakoi again. The next morning I looknil
and folt as though I had been through n long
spell of sickness. I gnvo up lu despair, as I
thought that I could not euro myself. Now,
for itnfTorlng'hiimnnlty, I'll tell what saved
my life. Providence evidently nnsworod my
good wlfo'n prayers aud brought to her at?
tention In our piipornn artlelo which roadi
'Don't Tobaooo Hpit and Smoke Your Lifo
'What n sermon nnil warning In these
words! Just what 1 was doing. It told
about a guaranteed mire for the tobacco
habit, called No-To-Itac. I Runt to Druggist
Hnsler for n box. Without a grain of faith
I spit out my tobacco oud, nnd pal Into my
mouth a little Inblot upon which was
stamped No-To-Iluo. I know It sounds Ilka
a Mo whon 1 toll you that I took eight tahloU
the llrst day, i even the next, five tho third
day, nnd all tho uorvo-orooplng feeling, rent
loasnoss and mental depression won gono. It
was too good to bo true. It Boomed like a
droam. That wan a month ago. I usod ono
box. It cost mo one dollar, and It Is worth
n thou; und. I gained tou pounds In weight
and lost nil desire for tolmeoo tho first day.
I sleep nnd oat well, und I bnvo boon bene?
fited In moro ways than I onn toll. No, tho
euro was no exception In my ctmn. I know
of ton pooplo right horn In Onldwcll who
have bought no No-To-lIao from Hosier, and
they have bean cured. Now that I ronlizo
what No-To-llno hau dona for mo nnd otliimi,
I know why It In that the makers of thin
wonderful roraody, tho Sterling ltoinody
Company, of New York and Chicago,
say: 'We don't ' claim to auro
every case. That's Fraud's talk, a lio, bat
wo do guarantee throe boxes to cure the to?
bacco hal.lt, lllld in civso of failure WO are
porfontly willing to rofund money.' I would
not glvo a publlo Indorsement if I worn not
certain of Its reliability. I know It Is backed
by mon worth a million. No-To-Bao has
been a Ood-oond to mo, nnd I firmly bollovo
it will cure any case of tobacco using II faith?
fully tried, and thorn nro thousands of to?
bacco slaves who ought lo know how nnsy it
I? to get froo. There B happlnci'.i In No-l'o
Hao for tho promaturoly old men, who think
11 did thnt they uro old and worn out, whon
tobacco l.'i tho thing thnt destroys their vital?
ity and manhood.
Tho public should bo warned, however,
against tho purchase of any of the many Imi?
tations On the mnrkot, oh tho success of No
To-llao has brought forth a host of couiitor
fcllernand Imitator?. Tho genuine No-To
Dac is sohl under n guarantee to euro, by all
druggists, nod every tablet has the word No
To-Bno plainly slampoil thereon, nnd veil
run no physical or llnnnulal rink lu purchas?
ing the genuine article. .
Both tlio method and reaulta when 1
Syrup of Fijp ia taken; it ia pleasant
end n fresiling to tho tafto, nnd acts
frcnlly yet promptly on tlio Kidneys,
Liver nnd Bowcla, clcansca tho sys?
tem effectually, dispclo colds, head?
ache:) and. fbvera and cures habitual
constipation, ?yriip of Figs la tho
only remedy of its kind over pro?
duced, pleasing to tho tnsto nnd ac?
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
its notion and truly beneficial m its
eficcta, prepared only from the most
healthy nnd ngrecablo substances, its
ninny excellent cpialitics commend it
to all nDd havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
?yrup of rigs is for enlo in 50
cent bottles by nil leading drug?
gists. Any rcliablo druggist who
miry not ltavo it on baud will pro
f.urc it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FRANCISCO, CAL,
LOUISVILU, K*. NEW YORK, N.\t.
IN all receipts for cooking
requiring a leavening agent
the ROYAL BAKING
POWDER, because it is an
absolutely pure cream of tartar
powder and of 33 per cent,
greater leavening strength than
other powders, will give the
best results. It will make the
food lighter, sweeter, of finer
flavor and more wholesome.
ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO., 100 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
lioguu tlOO Yours Ago.
In sixteen uioutlis the Kreut drnlnngo
canal of tlio Oily of Mexico will lio
.oponcd. The canal is over thirty miles
)ong, and tlio tunnel through the moun?
tain six miles. The totnl cost will lmvo
been $20,000,000, mid they lmvo been
fooling with tho thing off nod on for
lie?"How woll Miss Rhlcrhorry car?
ries her ngol" Hho?"But then she 1ms
become so accustomed to It, you know.'1
10 tkc ncov.
fit Fort a kino.
!4.*3fiP Fi n c Calf & Kang aroix
_?o5n<2 *l *n
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes nro equally satisfactory
They kIvc tlio best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes In stylo anil lit.
Thifr wearing iiunlitleo uro urinuriiacsctl.
Tho prices aro miMurni,?oluinpcil on sola,
prom $1 to $,? snvcil over otlici- makes.
If your deafer cannot supply vou we can.
A Kensington youth, who had been
told that a certain young lady's father
had plenty of dough, proposed to her
before ho discovered that the old man
was a baker.?Philadelphia Ilccord.
An laoontnlcto llnu-c.
Wo run wild over tho furnishings of a
house; Its furniture, earpelu, liungingu, pie
tu res and muslO, ami always forget Of ne?
glect the mast liupoitaut requisite. Home
thing there eliouhl bo always onlliosholtto
provide agaluiit iiiuldnn eastiaUUCil or lit
tiiniiM of pah). B110I1 oomo like a thtnr in the
night) a sprain, strain, sudden baokaoho,
toollmtdin or lmuratgla attneit. There It)
nothing easier to got than a bottlu of Ht.
JaoOhsOII, und nothing SUror to otiro ipilekly
any form of pain, Tho house Is inoomplole
wltlwul IL Cempleto it with a good supply.
ILiphnnl, AiitIi. Ulli?
fat Collar* ainl Oufln wniu: tliuy mo nnidii nf tin*
rlntli, Imtli ttlilisi SnlNtit-il nllki*. And I -nr/ revoiul
L>1... onn collar In c-.j tint to I wn nr ani.tlmr Id int.
Thtu /It mit, viar irrli an I /??.( in-H. A Im
Ton Collum or Five Mrs of Oulla for Twenty !
llUVKIttllUMi GOLLAU OOMl'ANV,
n Vrtnklh) Bt.. Now Vork. 17 Kllby St.. Duitoo.
RIPANS o TABULES.
Tho Rlnnitnnl rum prcflcrtlird liy plij alolnna
rvrrywlirro for tho comiueu c\cry-ilnr tits
it tlio houiihotil,_ *
Prion SO c-nti por bor. Ii.- niall without
ex ra okart*.
IIII'ANS 1 IIKlttCAL <.0>ll'A.N\t
IV Spruesel.. Sow Vori.
111)1,1)]- If III'TIIUI
W orn nlhlitoinl liny, lias
sn Adja?i?bli> ?'<> > oi-ii ii
eau I.*, msylo lorsi r 01
1 or mir t cm'.,
scaled liyo.v. llou??MfB.Oo.7tlllroartw(iy,N.Y.OIIy
Is Wow Cured!
l'annpliK't fully ilntrrllilnu tlio Treatment scot True
Oil ll|l|lll|.utloU lu
ROBERT HUNTER, M. D..
117 West -13th Hi,, New Vork.
r^Ounccsofylly Prosooutos Clnlmn.
I Lnt<> l'rllir:l|.n.l F.xftmlnm II I!. i'enntoii lion nil.
Ijy rain last wur, 13ui|jiidli-attuse1utiiii,, ulty ?lue?.
\H ff& E |? ? cin?)jj^?
DLU ?,al$ ??*
Elwyii. >I. V., Hot 105, Clark! On-e-r, Lack, Co., Pa.
To liltrn-tuee our ko?1* muHo
m mi i- li.cnl mid g.-ni-ral lop-nta
1 will iie-rt one nunc.' Kort Ink and
twnoiinec? Illoek Ink fit I'.f, 1 roi 11 it. ui.on ri-relpl
of u... ,...!,,?- KINti .H I'M. CO., OH, Chicago.
.1.1 , f ll>? pnK.i, nf sOvtnlilni iii.t lu India
>all<ai|uallll.,. Mr,I ,,..k ,,. ?||l |l? ,01
lli.illlir. .f |,.u l.i.ir.,1.1.II,. I,inIn,,, Sil.., .if UUuuia.
>f ?hau, Ii? .nl.| 41*1 and Ilia ?Iii.. 101 a.tmalai, Thl
V full mm, ,.. ?Iii.in ? | il, oll II,. I,,,t |,uni|? ..,.,1,
II..ii,I, ?lnl mill .ml Irilaalinii lo?,r Ihan ??? .>,, Uf?n
J,,.,?..I ,,|. .,?1 II,, ,,?,k Mi ,.,?, il,.t ,|,a|| talk I? ,.,
tf ata.l |.ltan|,c.l lanli,, ..ill, eu,.i>, .1 Ilia iilltK.ld <.f l.llri
?f "? '.,..l ?.Hon. rill, I. ch..|i., Iii.ii nuad. Tluy dl
Mat ifalahi l<iV, nt. naai N elva latla la witar,
lha Arrmolur eoiiii.aii, li.ala Ilia bubllc |.n,ioii,la
Wl.ll.al.talrnil.luioaia i-...?, |nm ta ...in, r, ,
fan,, in..!,,,,.., .1 ,.?..?.1,1. ,,??., it is > K?eV Ulai
Tint udiNoOm nmnii im ton Tin >??u itoi
IlfKK Iosit 1,1,1.11 11, IIAIHK its t'llll'li IIS lUI'lllll
iiKi-ii nt sour or i is (i nrontus ihvk tirrn oiiikiom
ivnmni'Ai, riiiiu to tiakr. 1 r i imi'i.vrK saeuiMs,
sisrr in iiiit mi tiikt cm mi out a maiiiiai
lie e.ii i mi nt i,nulluni it am4?>iri.?ii. riifi,
, i,n .i
li,iv Ilia i.i.alia ailA
in... al l.i, i.,.i, Ilia
ililn. ...ml l avaat, lliil
nut earlaln Dial Ilia
....ii,l,l.,I In |aa<| aha'pa,
awn ra|.utatl?n, Ilia A.f
Ilia |.iloa af cailain laiialri
iiiluluta. S..I ant, l,aa III,
i im:?> i i mi,-.i n llneilKlt
rimeousTiii is iikiiku
?iitiuis i n ii i Ateaasi.
IIKfAIRH minis KAHY
la ataallr Inn..., Ihla
? ni.llar of Ilia liaalral
ar. iiiir.liailiif inaclnnarjr.
aivlaa nun will Innk to ll
llllldw tll ft t.'il
. CLEARIN A iSSSTS
ill lift, ..
eoaluald. CLKAItl.'lA M'K'U to., Ualisultio. lu.
tantlia, ?III tu a|i|iitci<ud. Aarmolor Co.. l'lal**>a.
A I'tiatltjaa I.railnr.
l*ainiib|?l Mnilerl Frot
DAVIS A RAIMKIN
DI.DQ. & mfo. CO,
tlalO JtnilllA. llllfU.
240-364 W. Lnko?f
Just keep in mind that the grocer or
' the peddler has " an axe to crind "
the greatest economy in every
money, time, clothes and health,
an imitation, he honest
?when he tells you that he lias some?
thing' "as good , as" or " the
same as" Pearline. There
can be but one reason?more
'profit to him by your v.se of
But how is it with you ?
What reason can you have
for wanting to take the
risk ? Certainly not econ?
omy?Pearlins leads to
direction?saves the most
If your grocer sends you
end it back, em jamf.;; iwr.e. n. y.
3 only mediciuo for coughs."
jSpringfteld, III., Oct.
u i if i
Cures Whore All Else Fails. BESTCOU?H SVfJ'Jf?.
s.timk. soi.r? ny. !>it rt.f.ivo. -j., ?;t.--. ?
"Where Dirt Gathers, Wacto i^ulco."
Creat Saving Results From the Uoo ori