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Iran llnse Till.
There Isn lilff pollceninn ntotieof the
crowlngi n rUth nvenue whose duty
It Is (o prevent people from
carelessness, nnd lo till end he beckons
nnd warns Bml Unites by n "
Ills friendly baud or a couiinmid or his
Mentorhin voice. At the same time lio
.miles In the most rcnusurliiK manner,
wins the ( IiIciiro Tribune.
A few elms iiifo. wlifti the mini wns
spread Ir. lfiiihl nbiindunco.oicr that
Iorllon of Chicago, this pollrcitinn
beckoned to .or'stately matron of mature
years, to'cross between nn incom
inff street enr nml nn outpoliu? dray,
with scvcrnl minor vehicles wedged between.
Hut tlic matron refused with r
ncvcre shako of her dignified head nml
"Come oier, 1 lell joii!" roared tlio
bljr polltcmuii, with Ins regulation
She waited until nothing; inovnblo
was in sight, and without deigning to
notice the man of helmet nud visor
tailed past lits outstretched hand. A
broad smlla wns on his weather-beaten
fate, as, nothing daunted, by the scorn
of the haughty dame, he s'lld:
"You're the first that cer refused
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KKNTIJGKV STATE NEWS.
r.. .1,, pun itHrsrrvetl. lor altlmuaii ll robta l ' ti iw.
it has repeatedly out shot the called up the Uell-Crumb ugh cooie.i ea.
serr 'e, ' "".'. '
n,. and It was mads a nlal order for nc:
,',?'i!".r ':V.'"r. ' r.,,1 ,lonl,l.. trrrll Tuesday Th. Mil to sii..n I Ihe law provldln
HanUa Ul riiVlsV ". . . . Ihamannarinrrlils ! rhfltlirlntflht IlAlinalB
The astonished woman looked nt him
In frozen astonishment, but the beaming
smile on his broad face was too
much for her.
"I believe It," she said, with an answering
smile, os the went her way. I I
Vard lir tlte Chninplons. I
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j.hot Eun. noiv uj -.. ..--
more same and male better scores at the
hat f tronEer
trap with a Winchester.
recommendation could nny shot pin possi
bly have than to oe ucu iy n .. ,. -""
rliampion hie bird shot of America. Ho la
I) Heikcs, champion of the viorld at living
tarKet, lerd Van I))ke, Capt H. A.
llartictt and many other of the test shot
in the cuuntty. A Winchester
-i . .,,.1 Vifi,liter fartorv IndtltiJ
hells fotm a comliiratioii which cannot l.c
mailed. fJend to the inehtsttr
til Anns Co., New Haven, Ct.. for tlicii
illurtrated latalosue free,
"Tins," said he, as he inhaled tlielalmvl
"is Indian summer ' "I d'navai
maintained." he repliel, "that the inilians
Here capable of pood work if gucn the
What M Man Can Un Willi l,O(0.
He cun buv lbO acres of good land for
I'ay 100 dovwi, halsnte in three
la incuts due in 3, 4 and 5 scan at 7 per
tint. He tun also buy 1W) thoicc evics tor
fWiO and ten good cow a for $300. 'Ihe milk ot
nnd butter from the cows will pa) all farm
and family cxjcnke. The increase of hheeii
and will pay off the mortgage before it
is due. In five) cars he will have a farm all
paid for and well stocked. For descriptive
lists and prices address 11. K. Hunter, Immigration
Aseut for South Dakota, 'J& Dearborn
Mrcet, Chicago, HI.
The mathematics of marriage man becomes
aif integer instead of a fraction; he
'halves his sorrrtns, doubles his joi,"aiid
multiplies las usefulness. Ham's Horn.
Ilomeaerkera' Hxcurxlon TIcLeta.
On rebmarv 13th and 16th, .March 1st, 2d,
15th and lCth, April -"it 1.. Cth, lltli and Mtli,
May 3rd, 4th, 17th, and ,18th, 1607.
excursion tickets will lie soldi)) the
Cleveland, Akron 4. Columbus K'v.,
evciv tioint in the West. North and
Northwest, South and Southwest at rates o.'
about one far: for the round trio.
coni empiating a trip win uo w en to
ve Or write t any U. A. &. C". 11 y n(rent for
limits ,I tickeifiJiirt lull In.
A1,n m tnmn rani, furmn nljoe. aruf J
he coiitolct hlmxeltby r"i'f
urn- ifr, uieaojiniimiii .fc ay
,J As yoo .chew tobacco for pleasure, wo
,riinr. i iu, i...., ,iiu uc. uu. ,i.v iujk
luting, and therefore the cheapest.
. "What Is a crank, papa?" "A crank, my
on, is a fellow who goes around with hu
l'lts (topped free and peimanrnily euied.
So fits after first djy'n ue of Dr.'Kliiie's
('rcat Xcrve ltestorer I'reeNtrial liottle&
treatise. I)r. Kline, 033 Arch st., l'lnla., la.
Nothing humiliates a man mor than a
woman to find it necessary to take him dovt u
a peg. Atchison Globe.
Ihe public awards the palm to Hale's
Honey of Horehound nnd Tar for coughs.
1'ile's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Opinions are good things to have in life,
hut an extra pair of nrc often
of mote practical value. Ham's Horn
l'or Whooping Cough, l'iso's Cure is n
remedy, M. 1. Dieter, 07 'Ihroou
Ave., lirooklyn, N. Y., Nov. II, 1601.
It is astonishing how man)- men there ate
Vihocan play the tiddlc. Waahirgtou Democrat.
Sure and stiff from cold; don't wait and
sullcr; use bt. Jacobs Oil and gel cuicd
They who have roost of hcait know icos'
of bono-AV-N. Y. Weekly.
C'aseareta stimulate liver, ki'Incvs and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gitpc, lu.
Kolliing makes a man so mad b for j ou to
keep cool when he is abusii f, jov.
. A man humps himself with lumbago, lie
hustles when lured by tit. Jacobs Oil.
If there is nothing in a man, Ins "op
portunity" never comes. Ham's Horn.
Just try a 10c box of discards candy
lit crand bow el regulator nude.
Kverr time a roan runs across & real p; rct
ty girl lie wishes lie hadn't married.
il'rirjlies.rorue with neuralgia, 'lhey (
vvtiu nt. .j ico un una euru ot it.
A danger foreseen is half avoided -N. Y
A poor free lunch costs more than a good
uinner uains Horn.
"My blood was out of order, und I
taking Hood's Bursaparllla. It has
purlllcl my blood and relieved me of
iheumatlsm, kidney trouble and sick
headaches. I smiior7 nblc to do a good
day's work. Hliettmntlsm has troubled mo
slnco I was a child, hut I am now entirely
well." Miss I'iikoiik UAiinv, Ii.,x H",
Pasadena, Cullfornln Itrn.cuibrT
facttheOneTrueldooil Pum tr
.iim.,ud yel dlmore,!. On. Btud, or Scnrf, Ii,
80, cents. Screw Xaninas or KaieronCtt OO
liplr r(HTl.cuilfllll,,mli iindlam 1, i . ,.
Iklli rt initi. m t
3. r. KAWUY, 31 JJroidwy, JJEw vorie
Wtfks Scale Works,
BUFFALO, H.Y .
HDsDCV" DIKlOTlKlj ahrs
Xl0 I qulrkieiurandrurt'xi.irit
rft. Send forbcov ( t.tlmonsl and lOtluss'
IrtalMrsI free. " ' eatfvs suis, iiiuis. Cs.
(00 SECOND HAND BICYCLES $5 TO $15-
b: 1tllmaXtt. UOClUANM.il. JMlle U
mmS Wlt AIL tL5t UiLs
C Couv n Bjruu, 'VMie i, uud. Vie ff
holn vt dPuiMit
I egltlatlva I'rpcaadlngs.'
Fiur.HriiT Kr. April II
ll noun bill teduelng lh tee ot the
aberl tor sailing propeilr for taxes from 1
to 71 cents a amended so that the fee remain
st t', but i he ibcrin can not collect ths
fee. unless he makes sIHdavlt that itiere was
no personal properly out ot which lo make the,
luei The bill as amended was then passed
Mr Ilronston s resolution requesting ths
tocrelarr ot slat to report what salarr anJ
compensation ho bss received since Jnuarr,
I list was adopted fccnitor presented
a tew Mil providing that all losnsofthe
alxthcliss hill be required lo hold an, election
(or municipal puriusrs the bill
circuit jkdgos to appoint an official stav
ographic reporter lo each count In tho state
was passe I
lllntnn's bill to eradicate the
stock dlsesse knwn ai ulanders "wis taken
up and amended so mat the couiljr should
par for the homes killed in?tead of the state.
'Jhe bill was then put upon Us paJfO and
Irnt for want of a comtliuilonal majority
lho bill providing for the payment or
six percent Interest on slate warrant alter
Julr I was pisteJ Ihe bill provuloi that
mid warrant shall bo known st funding
warrants 'and that warrants now In
can ho rschined for thess funding
warrants unit In piling these funding warrants
Ihe treasurer snail pav them lo order ot
1 rlorlly. according to dats ol ini The bill
to Increase the rats ot taxation Irom tJi
ccnutoJJH rents on tho S100 for three ) ears
was taken up An amendment bf Kr l'help
of I'arclte. providing tint the rats should be
K4 cents on the IIOO stter the explrallenof
ihrte yesrs was adopted, The bill as amended
was passed by a vote ot CD to I!
KiiAHKroiiT. Ky . Arrll IV SNir The
house bill providing (or clerks or stenographers
tor the Judges ct the court ot appeals
was reported by committee with a substitute
which Senator Ooebel said was a
The substitute, which was adopted
provides for an exicndlture ot tt.ux)
Tier year lor seicn clerical assistants
(or said court. Ilia bill was made
a soeclal order for Thursday House bill
. . .
.a al all . h itak
io uamicr vownwt --- ..--
ot cities ot tne fourth clas lo cities cf I be
M,.k. .1..- .-..., 4.SM,.,.. II.... than ...
of ,choo, ,,,,. w m,Jo special order
llofsr The house resolved useir into a
committee of the whole to consider the mob
violence MIL Mr Howard's intendment,
providing that the county In which the
was done shculJ be llablo for punitive
damages Mr l'tielps amendment wat also
adopted, providlnK that It must be shown taat
a person was voluntar ly preent with a mob
before he can be convicted. Further action on
that bill was cut off by the arrival of the hour
for the Joint sesstoa.
I'nAMcroitT. Ky, April 14 Sixati
Thursday the bill for ihe relief of the court
of uppesls by emplovlns; law clerks or stenographers
for each ot the Judges was the special
order Mr I'etrle s substitute to reduce the
payofssld !a clerks to 1700 per yesr each
was defeated. The substitute as proposed
by the committee, appropriating 18 000
annually for two years for the employment
ot such clerks as the court may In
Its discretion decide proper was
sdopted, and the bill pasted as amended by
the substitute yeas. SO nays, li Senator
Uoebel moved to reconsider, and that the motion
lie on the table Seme of the republicans
tried to filibuster to prevent a vole on
the motion, but after a vote or two the lieutenant
rovernor ruled the other motions out
order becauie made for dilatory purposes
The motion wss adopted and the bill will ro
back to tho house for concurrence In the
amendment The bill authorizing certain
charces, by proper authorities ol Ihe boundary
of school districts was pasved
Hocst The bill refusing convlcti the right
to testify as witnesses was killed by belnr refused
Its second readtnf Mr lilies presented
petition from cltlrens or Caiter county protesting
against the passage of the bill providing
that counties may Issue new bonds and
levy and collect taxes to refund old bonds.
TiiASKroiiT Ky April 17 Friday
tho blu providing that the appointment ot
election officers shall be made on the
ot tbs county committees
ot the two political parties which cast the
largest number of votes at the last election
was taken up tor consideration The committee
on sutlrage and elections had previously
reported adversely on the Mil and tt
was killed by be Inc. .refused Its third
reading. The house bill reducing th salary
ot the asslatsnt adjutant general to II rer
year wan defeated. The house bill declaring
the District ot lllchlatfls.lrt Campbell county
vo ue acivj oaine aixea class was aeisaiea.
wavoeiuysTircsenvea a bill lo nx tro re
turn day of exeentSons. 1ft la sort ot ay
t4 1OTtAM Mk w
tl hands of officer, or Is sued no to Julr I,
!) not bonxsirDabls tilt Julr t K'M
ItorCr WrA. lilies presented a new bill
authorizing thovotsra la any school district
to extend the number-of, school months Mr
M lit presented a bill to limit the fees of election
clerks In towns ot tho sixth class Mr.
Lyon's bl 1 authorizing school boards In
cities, to call an election to
vote on the question ot levying an additional
tax not exccedln; ten cents on the II0 for
school purposes wss possed. The bill to permit
the sale of drugs without a pharmacist's
certificate li towns ot less than I OM Inhabitants
was defeated by being tabled.
rHAMiioicr, Ky. April 15 The senate
was In session only about nro minutes Satur-d
y Mr from the committee on
revenue and fixation reported favorably the
houe till authorizing tho stite to borrow
.11 OiKrJfor ths purtoieof paving oSoulst
state treasury warrants, aul It was act
lOMnonthec lenlar for next Tuesday wben
It will come up as a speclQl order
Horse The house alopted a resolution Inviting
W'm J Ilryan to address the legislature
next Monday or uny other dale that
might suit his contenience. A message fr im j
the governor announced that he had approved
tne bill an I the b.ll to i
It the salary of th- Jcllersciii county coroner's
ttenozraDher to 10 rxr month. Mr lilies
bill to enable counties to veto supplemental
aid to common schools was reported favorably
by the oo education.
riUMir.mr Ky . April itt In the senats j
moauay '. ueooo pr. sniea a Din to transfer
the town of Marlon In Chittenden countr.
from towns of the mill class to towns of fio
tlfth class. Tqv senate was without iuorutn
and adjourned till th i hour (or tho Joint session.
The governor sent In an ameni to
his call for tne ettrs session asMn: tint
scmo relief bs given the flood seforers it
I'u ton and Hickman counties 11. e en-
atn bill provllliw ths mvnner ot
submitting coastltutlonvl amendments to a
vote cf the rvople nas passed by lie bou.e.
a was also thu bill npproprUttn 110 0 0 to
repair tho sswerage system of ths Inngion
utlum Mr Stoll. tao Letlncton mruiti r
said that li deaths bad resulted from
sowers sicca January I lu lh asylum,
and ths appropriation was neded at onee
resolution was 'adopted aithorletag tho
gr nl lodge IC of I' to meet In the state
lops are selling- high In
Il.l.lMHR Ceutrvl repair shops at
are runnln fu'l time.
V. .T. Loiniiiiiiuiar: will build a
larpo grain elevator at f,:.ln?ton.
. Xiimib Is iioron talk ol tho C X O.
runnlnj; a branch line lrom Vine
Vanck Mkumi shot and seriously
wounded Thomas llurton In a fight
J.viu.H H. Moss, n fanner of
Henderson county, liuu
mndo nn assignment
Vr. llAitnieo.v, a miner ut Morton's
Onp, shot himself with a caliber
revolver with a suicidal intent, lie
Ir is thoiii'lit two tramps were burn
ed to death In the L. vj X. wreck at
King'ii Mountain. k
ATl:ll trylnir to kill his wife and her
father. William Harrison shot himself
millers will pay no attention
to warnlni;s from raiders die
tlio price of Hour.
Tin: body of Willis Jackson, colored,
wns found on tho roadside near Preston,
nnd murder in suspected.
TlltiCtimbrrlnnd river is higher than
at Buy time during thu winter.
Hovii. for friendless clogs will be cv
tublislicd by n woman at Lexington.
.KAit Sulphur Well, in Metcalf county,
Pour wan plowiug, wlien the
earin un tor linn tunic to a depth of
engulfing both the mun and
the team When found tho horse
were both dead and Mr Poor was himself
more dead than alive k
thought to bo seriously injure I.
Jahks and William Ileson.
iji ic conaiaiue'n
thnt while trying to nrrcst (jus lltL.
and West (oily in 1'niou county, tlreen
I deiccl und lieson Is thought to be
'JiititK Is talk of un ico phut ut
Talmage Draws a Lesson for
People to Ponder Over.
Christ Mistaken for n
Mnnd lleiilile llin S4rruihistus and
slept Tho l.nrd Appraril Hat
Mi Knw Him Not In Ills
1 only dart.
Tho tent tit Dr. Tut mage's. t'.aster
sermon was John xv. 15: "She sutv I .
posed him to bo a gardener."
Here arc Mary Magdalen ntld Christ,
just a tor Ills resurrec Ion. l'or 4,000
years a grim nnd ghastly tyrant hnd
been killing people and drngglng them
Into his void palaos. He had a p.issrun
for human skulls, l'or 10 centuries ha
had been unhindered In his work. In
thnt cold palncc there were shelves of
skulls, and pillars of skulls, and nltartt
of skulls, nud even the chalices nt the
tnblo were mnde of blenched skulls.
To the skeleton of Abel he added the
skeleton of nil the nges, and no ono
had disputed his right until one liood
l'rulay, about 1 Srt7 years ago, ns nenr
as 1 can calculate it, a mighty strauger
came to the door of that nwful p.ilaec,
rolled back tho door, and went in, nnd
seizing the tyrant threw him to the
pavement utnl put upon tho tyrant s
neck the hoel of triumph
T.hen the mighty stranger, exploring
all the ghastly furniture of the place.
and wnlltlng through tho lauyrinins.
and opening tho dark cellars of mystery,
and tarrying under n roof the
ribs of which weto niacin of liiman
bones tarrying for two nights and a
dav, tho nights very daik and tho day
verydtsiviBl. Uo sWoA VAlU lo chlet
I niljois of tlmt aivful pislncu Mini rookee!
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I 7. 1 1 I tl..,..
, innm 11 II 1 1 1 IV Ul'lTUU IU inn. .IU mvu
laying liolil of tlio poniierotit
gnte, hoisted it from Ita hinges, nnd
marched forth crying, "I am the lies-
tirrectlji.!" That event wo celebrate
this Knsler morn. Handrl.au and
miracles Of sound added to
this llor.il decoration whidh has set
tin place abloom.
'there ore three or four things which
tho world nud the church have not noticed
in regard to tho resurrection of
Christ. 1'irst, our Lord in gardener's
nttire. Mnry Mngdnlej, grief-struck,
stands by the rilled snrcophngus of
Christ, and around, hoping she
can (lud thcrtrack of the sacrilegious
resurrectionist Who has despoiled lho
grave, and -.ho finds some one in working
nppirel come forth ns if to water
.he flowers, or uproot the weeds from
..ic garden, or set to reclimhing the
fallen vine some ono in working apparel,
his garments perhaps having
tho sign o( the dust and the dirt of
Mary Magdalen, on her face the,raln
of n fresh shower of weeping, turns to
tills workman, nnd charges him with
tho desecration of tho tomb, when lo!
the stranger responds. Hinging his
whole soul tntone word which trembles
with all the hwectcst rythm of
earth anJ Heaven, saying, 'Mary'"
la that peculiarity of accentuation all
the incognito fell off, nnd she found
that instead of talking with an humble
gardener of Asia Minor, she
was talking with Hun who owns
all the hanging gardens of Heaven.
Constellations the t lusters
thu sunflower the chief of
all, the morniug sky and midnight
nttrora, flaring terraces of lieauty,
blaring like a summer wall wl.h coronation
roses and giants of battle.
Hlcssed and glorious mistake of Mary
Magdalen, "bho supposing hlra to to
the gardner." What tlojs that menn?
It means that we have an everyday
Christ for everyday work nnd
everyday appatel. Not on Sabj.
..- ,, , u M.
l.n,,. ..,.. .nnvn,..,. ..iu. .,.., If, . TT1 ... t . M!(, -T-J HTIV
Christ than we are In -our Mark jrfMfc
vrork dress mnnngfnj our merclfatulIsI.uV sajs Ss! was very early
nnKVM ...m m n1 te.-
smiting our nnvll, plowing our Hold,
tenJIiig tho Hying shuttles, mending
the garments for our household, providing
food for our families, or tolling
with weary pen, or weary pencil, or
weary chisel. A working day Christ
In working clay appirel for us in our
everyday toll I'utit Into tho highest
strain of this Hister antheta "supposing
him to be the gardcuer "
If Christ ha I appeared at daybreak
with a crown upon his head, that
would have seemed to suggest especial
sympathy for tmmarchs; if Cnr.st had
appeared In chain of gold unci with
robu bcdlumtindcd thnt would have
seemed to be especial sympathy tor
the allluent; if Christ had appeared
with soldier's sash and sword dangling
nt his side, that would have seemed to
imply epecinlympathy for warriors;
otn vvcien i mm v. in jjuruiiivi
habit, with perhaps the ili.kes of earth
und of the upturned sod upon ins gar
ments, then I spell it nut that he lias
,,.artv and pathetic underhlandintr
with everyday vvorK, anil everyday
anxiety, and everyday fatigue.
ltoll It down In comfort nil through
these aisles. A working-day Christ In
apparel. Tell It In tho
Jurktst corridor of tho mountain to
tin poor miner, 'lell it to tho f tctory
ma.d in most unventilated establishment
at Lowell on Lancaster. Tell It
to the clearer or roughest new ground
in the western wilderness. Tell It to
the sewing woman, a stitch in tlio side
fur every stitch in thu garment, some of
tl.o cruel employers hnving no right
to think that they will get through
the door of Heaven any more than
they could through the eye or a broUisnj
needle which had just dropped on tiiTsl
Hour from tho pricked lingers of the
consumptive sewing girl. Away with
your talk about hypnotic union, nnd
soteriology of the Council of Trent.
and the rnctnphydics of religion which
would freeze practical Christianity out
of tho world; but pass along this
gardener's coat) toall nations that they
may touch ut thu bam ot It und fuel
tho thrill of the Christly brotherhood.
Not supposing tho man to be Ctosar,
Tt supposing him to be socrates, but
"kupposing him to bo the gardener
Oh, thnt Is what bellied Joseph
Wcdgctvood, toi.ing amid tlio heat
and the dust of the potteries, until ho
:ould make for Queen Charlotte tho.
llrst royal tablo scrviei of LngllajF; ' thu srpjlcher. W hat are we to do'
manufacture. That vvtis whit helped Wait, It 's not tho evening twilight
lames Watt.scofled at and caricatured, ' that gets darker and darker. It is tho
until he could put on wheels tho morning twilight thnt gets brighter
thunderbolt of power which roars by and brighter Into the perfect clay I
lay and by night in every furnacs of preach it to-day. Sunrise over Pere le-
,ho locomotive) engines .-if America.
That is what helped Hugh Miller, 1
tolling amid tho nuurries of Cromarty, !
until every rock bee'iimo to htm
l volume) of thu world's biography, 1
nnd he found the footsteps of
the Creator in thu old red sandstone.
)h, the world wants n Christ for the
llllce, u Christ for the kitchen, a Christ
'or thu banking house, a Christ for tlio
garden while spading unci planting
stul irrigating tho territory. Oh, of
-nurse we want to see Christ nt last in
robo and bcdiamondcd, a
equestrian mounting the
ivlutc horse, but from this Ulster of
lt7 to our last 1'astur on earth wo
nnst need to &) Cnr.st as Mary
saw him at the daybreak, "supposing
Him to be gardener "'
Another thing which the church nnd
'.he world havo not noticed In regard
.o the resurrection of C'irlst is thrt
lie made Ills llrst post-mortem
to one who lud been tho
Mnry Migdalen, One would
lave supposed lie would have made
Ills first posthumous ap;)enrini'e to a
ivomaii who had bo i
for goodness 'Ihuru aivsiiutly
ivoiHOii who lane ben saintly,
salntty lit glrlhooti, snlntly In infancy,
nJwnya Min'lj. Ml our fnmV
lies thoro have been saintly aunts. In
my family circle it1 was saintly Aunt
in yoiin saintly Aitut Martha
or salnlly Aunt llutli. One nlwnys
salhtly. Hut not no Was the one spoken
of In tho text
Whllo you lire not to confound her
will, the repentant courtCsnn who had
tnndc her long locks do the Mork of it
towel lit Christ's vou Urn
Ae. nfI saying th n morning toe
m,,, ., when 1 say that will bo one of
and I will Know
the "ays In which you
cn .thei" by thu sdsM of earth, soar
of a Meilt. scafs of sldltndss, aears of
persecution, scars of hard wor t, scars
ol 'HtUe. scars of old nge? i hen
J k,e Christ's reiurrected btxly hav
hp scars It makes nij think Unit
oh' remodeled and resurrected bo lies
M,u hare scars. Why, be ford we get
i ,,f this world some of us will bj
not to forget thru the was exorcised rjoierdl with c.irs n't over. Ileavcn
nt anvi'll .11H Wlmt n ,i(l..lu ,,l Im II InlV illtO which lloat
di'immoUw she must have becit
What n chorus of all diabolism. Sev ulth
on devils two .or tho eyes, and tvio'drrr
for tho hands, nnd two for the feet, I Qr'
nnd ono for the tongue. Seven devils, M.
Yet all these tiro extirpated, unJ uuw ' con
she Is ns good ns once slio w as li.nl, and tnn
Clirlsl honors her wllll tho llrst pos ' cv,
tliumotis appearance. W tint does that
Why, it means for worst sinner
greater grace; It means those lowest
down shall come, perhaps, highest up
It means that the clock that strikes lli
nt mtdnlghl may strike V2 nt midnoon;
It means that the grace of Ood Is seven
times stronger than sin. Mary
tho ocrcn deviled becinia Mary
Magdalen tho seven angeled. It means
thnt when the lord meets us nt last lie
will not thrown up lo us what we
linvo been Atl Ho said to her wan
"Mnryr Many peoplo hnving met her
under such circemstnuces would havo
said. "Let me' see, how many devils
did you have? one. two, three,
four, five, six, seven What a
terrible piece you were when I first
met you," 'lho most ot tho Christian
vfiincii In nur dtv would hasu
intr to do with Marv Mairdalonl
Ierea offer her miirloii lost some-
. I . .. . . .(....! H'I.a .. n..t..
,oit IHS uil.v
thine I huvo to say against women l
that they linve not enoiyjli mercy for
Mary Muirdnlen. Christ put all pathos
nud all reminiscence, nnd nil antl
ipsHion, ami nil p.irdon, and
all comfort, and nil Heaven into
ono word of four letters, ' Mar'"
Murk you, Christ did not appear to
some llible or Hlble Hannah,
or Hiblo Hsther. or lbble
or llible Vashtl, but to Marc
not to b Mnry niraliikt whom nolhinir
was said, not to .Mary the mother 'if
.lesus, not to Mary the mother )f
J nines, not to Mnry tho mother of Lazarus,
but to a .seven deviled Murv.
There Is a man seven-deviled devil i
of avarice, dovil of pride, devil of halo.
devil of Indolence, devil of falsehood,
devil of strcintr drlnlc, devil of impuri
ty tiod can take thorn nil away, snveo
or seventy I rode over the new cunt
lever bridge that sptns Niagara-a
WOO feet long;. M9 feet of chasm
from blulT to blulT. I pastil ovtr
it without any snxloty. Why? H
cause U-J locomotives anu .i curs
laden with gravel had tested
the bridge, thousands of people
standing on tho Canadian side, thou- I
sands standing on the American aide
to applaud tho achievement. And
however long tho train of our immortal
interests may be, we are to remember
that Rod's bridge of mercy
spanning the chasm of stn has been
fully tested by the awful tonnage of
aft the pardoned sin of nil mo nges j
church militant standing on one bank
church triumphant standing on ths
other bank. Oh, it was to the seven
deviled Mnry that Christ mudo his firs'
There is another thing that the
world and the church have not observed
in regard to this resurrection,
and that is. It was the morning twilight.
If the chronometer had been
l , - , TT"; .......... .Jj lawnwn...,
-k. i..,-a-. --.- -... .,,.-..--- v.
Tn flitj morning; John says it was
while It was yet dark. in oilier
words. It was twilight. That was
the o'clock nt which Mary Muilaten
mistook Qhrist fur the gardener. What
docs that mean? It meuns that there,
are shadows over the grave untitled,
bhadows of mystery that nrc hovering.
Mnry stooped down and trlel to look
to the other end of the crypt. She
gave hysteric outcry. She could no
see to the other cud ot tho crypt.
Neither can you see to the other end of
thegraveofyourdead. Neither can wo
see to the other end of our own grave.
Oh. If there were shadows over the
family plot belonging to Joseph ofj
Arimaiuca, is u strange mat mere
should be some shadows over Our
family lot? Hastcr dawn, not Kaster
bhadoiv of unanswered question!
Why wore they taken nvay from us?
by were they ever given to us If tliey
were to bo taken so soon? Why wore
they taken so suddenly? Why could
they not they have uttered some fare-
well words? hy" A short question,
but n wholo crticifl.ioii of agony in It
Why'.' Miatlow on tho graves oi good
men and women who seemed to djo
before their work was done Shnitow
on all tho graves ot children because
wu ask ourselves why so beautiful
n craft launched at nil if it was to
be wrecked ono mile outside of the
harbor? Hut wh.it did Mary Magdcleu
have to do In order to gjt uioro light
on that grave? She had only to wait.
After a while tho Hastcr sun rolled
up, und the whole, place was Hooded
with light. What have you nnd I to
do in cyder to get more light on our
own graves and light upon the graves
of our dear loved ones? Only to wait.
Charles V. o' Spain, with his
and torches, went down into the
vault of tho necropolis where his an
cestors were burlol, and went deeper,
further on until ho camo to n cross
n round wliili were arranged the cask
ets of his ancoators. Ho also found a
cuttUdl ecintuliilncr tint ludy ,f
of his own fnmlly. He had that
casket opened, and there by embalm-
ers art lie lotinu tiini tne nouy
wits as perfect ns IS var befow I '
when it was entombed. lint iindei
the exploration his body and mind perished.
Oh, my friends, do not let us
morbidly struggle with tho shadows
Chaise, sunrise over Oruyfriars church-
vurd, sunribc over wrecnwool, over
Woo Ha iv n, over Laurel Hill, over Mt
Auburn, over Congressional llnrylng
ground, sunrise over ovury country
graveyard, sunrise over the catieomhs,
sunrise over the sarcophagi where the
ships lie buried. ft o'clock
among tho tombs now, but soon to be
thu noonday of explanation and beat!
that tilde. Mary Magdalen l.tooUfcChrUlr
Another thing the world and the
church havo not observed: that Is,
fi . isi itluslti ak m I n lu Itrats i r
i hi lit iiiitiictiu Liiuwii(iur anir i
vou know it was not a gardener? Ills
garments said ho was n gar.leiii'r'.'.'l he
Hakes of tho upturned earth scattered '
unon His garments nlil He wnsamr. i
eiener. How do you know He was not
a gardener? Ahl Ileforc Haster had
gone by He gave tn tomo of His disciples
Ills three credentials He showed
thorn His hands und His side.
Three paragraphs written in rigid or
depressed lutters. A scar In tho right
piini, it sear in tho left palm, a scar
Htn'.il tlie ribs scars, sears 'ihut is
thu way they know llliu. That Is the
way J on and I will know llltn.
nun ., .iv.,i n
sum" r yscnts
,.r huntliiir nnd with
suls ns fuirns when they werd
ii furled. Heaven win tu iimro
navy yard where of
ti from Trafnlgar and liepanto, In
vur with masts twisted by il
struck on all
R(j ii i pounders, with
dec of the shell Old Conns,
stln old Constellations. Hunting
In .1 -eve 'urged fiom service ti rest for-In
-don' the resurrection Christ ere-i,i
' I by scars. You nnd 1 will l
ere I' ti.iled nnd will recognize eaeli N
othrr In sous la you intuu uiei"
., nll iv. ... 11 lliltlll
nort .' lisHiigrrinmin J -
"iheni in" a bulge of cuduv.ince? I
toll . i the glorious thought this
going to bo the
mor ii m. Ilioy are
mrns f Heavenly recognition
3 here - ono more thing thnt the
., ,i an I the church havo not noticed
in lts i stirrectlonof Christ, nnJ thnt
Is tn.it i rlst from l'rlday to , bnbbath i
vva .ic ss In a hotel! wnere
ttnri nr lenco clemandecl lliul uuriat
..l.nlnc the sumo day as death, nnd
wbtre thern was no Ice to retirvl
JVeCivfter throo ilaysi Un comes
IrsW"ll'li so rcibust and so
J Mnry Mngclnleti tahca llliu for i
gardiner. Not aupposlug Him to be
nn Ininlid from a hospital, not supposing
II in to be a corpse from ths tomb,
hut siinposlng Him to K tho gardener.
Healthful by tho breath of the upturned
sod, und bj n perpetual Itfo tit
tho stn shine
After Christ a Interment every
tissue broke down, nnd nerve, and
arterj nnd brain weren
wreck and yet Ho comes up swarthy,
milieu ml and well When I see n'ter
such mortuary silence surh radiant appearance,
that settles It that whatever
iibiilii become of tho bodies of our
i hrlstian dend. HieV are going tocome
up, the nerves resirung, me opcio
nerve rellluinlned, the ear drum
l.rate. the whole lody lilted up. with-i
. ut Its weaknesses and worldly uses
for which there Is no resurrection
i onie. is it not almost time for us to
go out to meet our reauluinted clcad? '
inn you not hear the lifting of the
Oh, the glorious thought, the
us consolation of this subject when 1
nnd Christ coming t.p without nnv of
tlio lacerations, for sou must remember
He was lacerated nnd wounded
lear'ullv in the crucifixion eoming
up without one V liat does that mako
mo IhlnltV ilini tne grave iu 1,-e-i.
nothing of us except our wounds and
imperfections. Christ went into tho
grave exhausted and bloollen All
the currents of His life bud poured out
from Ills wounds. Ho had lived a lifo
of trouble, sorrow and privation, and
then He died a lingering death. His
entire body hung on four spikes. No
invalid of SO years standing ever wont,
into the grave So white and ghastly
and broken down ns Christ, and yet
here He eoines up so rubicund and
.bust she supposed Him to be the gar
Ah all the aldeaches, and the
and tho bickaches, and tho leg
aehes, and the honrtuches. wo will
a a. tit. rri.
.eave where Lnrui, ioii, ucv um
. will nn vvitnoivtliis heaviness.
Vlioeye will eornej up
oppressed . respiration.., OH, wliat
wu vrill run when we becomoj
immortal nthletct.! Oh, what circuits
w? will take when nil earthly Imperfections
subtracted nnd all celestial
velocities added wo shall set up our
residence in that city .vhlch, though
vaster Oian all the cities of this world,
si ail n'cr have one obsccjuyl
Jt AH and Chinese pheasants can not
be legally shot in North Dakota until
10.)'! and Iwiaver nnd otter can not bo
trapped until 11101
1 in aggregate nmount of damages
against thu Louisville .t Nashville
Tall road arising out of the C.ihaba
river disaster Is 030,000. 'J his, combined
with tho stilts brought against
the railway for subsequent
acdlents at the bridge, makes tho
grand total Jrtsj 000
Mil III skis spend several hsur.s a
daj gardening in a little green cultivated
p'aee in the middle of a nut
wool, winch in spring is full of daffodils
and cherry b'ossoins Here the)
profmsor admits no other toil but his
own and is as proud of his garden as
of great books w lilch bear hit
nam un the title page.
Inr modern-shark is deteriorating.
In ages gone by thcro vvcru ferocious
sharixs sui'li as would make a mouthful
ii' jou vviilioitt blinking, "J fcut
In length I leuty of their teetli have
been found which are live Indies long,
whereas tlie biggest of tho teeth belonging
to sharks that exist ut tho
prewnt day nrc one and n half inches
A cuttioi s scheme has been started
In l'arls society for the relief of tho
poor a box in a wualthy quarter
of tho town with a plncar lbegg!ng
tvotren t ' throw wornout corsets
therein. It was lutendc 1 tint the
manufacture into virions articles of
tho uhalcbone would give employment
to poor women, und the result has
provrd that tho idea was clever.'
vvnni no Dublin luiauonta. In
theqvvlil of Wllllnin T Adams (Oliver
Optic) It was ver.v brief, and wns
urlttn ill the iiiitlicir's ciwn blind. 1111
,'rlidat0 of ." "As is slrnplo
"Hoa ot my '''' cslcem nn'
lo - my , iui rnuiiii
Husiell and Ueorgo W. .White.
I give 81.000 each." All tho
remainder of his estate, Including"
his copyrights nnd other literary
property, he bequeaths to his daughter.
,Mrs. Alice Adams Kussell, the wife
of Sol .Smith Kussell.
Mlis. McKl.M.V.Y is to have n boudoir
which will bo tho daintiest room that
ha ever lieen seen In tho white house.
As Mr. Clevolund left it tho room was
re-d In tone, with wall
paper In n large, striking pattern, the
wliolo effect bding dark and
Mrs. Mclvlnley moved out ol
tne? room n clay or two before she went
nn board tho Dolphin, nnd the decor-
nt irs liuvo Dcon ni wont ever
ic .ice iiiin.K "i ..' -
rarpct to Jitirmonle.
A pIlosrnoiir.KCKNT lUKO may uo seen
..- i. ii s... u. .. e.
nl "VOW I'roviuence, isussaii,
J- s its t t 1
ll" lUliamas. II is an nruncmi lai.e,
l ivinj,' originally been constructed as
Uc to bU,re rcc" turtIc"
and llsh. It M auoill i.uijj icci lung,
mid from SOO feet to 300 feet wide, li
the daytlmo it looks, the samo ns nny
other small Juke, butxat night, which
tsthofproper timrrfor visiting It, tho
least disturbance of tho water cuuses
it to emit phosphorescent light. When
agitated, thu whole lake) looks like a
sea of fire. Mowing boats are for hire
to visitor, and as scnu n the cars
touch Um stater they seem to pau
npmtite, and loss ol a'eep. iioing iiiumv journcil Is n heap gooder tlinn tne nor.
tsindiliuil, in woiknjiiHlurllv petf.irnie.1 .,.., caM0 t,c hot Jnurnnl stops
n pctiutit.ory ittannrr, and for awhile I '. , .... ..,.. J, , .,,.,
liiie mo tram miui ....... j"..... ........
.""?. .' "i ...i .?.; r ...utiiid il.r ii. Tim fnshlnn lourna don't stop
alKiut in mental nnu mi ,m yM pot n joiirmu now mown nuncv
,ilrt,!Tn 'ii. S,,MC rlrwind5 Oli'i ""' '-lore and w rites things In It about folks
o'ldMo "ny 'AV t'lrtalT fifty of he don't want to forget. Then we had
.1. . ....I il,.,,. iimin.1 unrthliss. 'Hint, oil n unman 'I ronl.nl for lis lintlicd SllllV
:ye sjirrvlnecl, Servona Nyateni .shut.
lered Hit it ilrlsln Affected, the l'-
lent Then ilreome rt vv reel..
Prom the lender, Cleveland, Ohio.
"A dressmaker, ion knowi Is by the very
nsltire of her wink compelled to ovcitnx is
l,.r..,lf (mi,C- nr 'Hits Is
true of the eves nnd nerves, niuslicrefure
the brain unci almost ever) other orgJ" of
the body. cry oiten a ciiessiii,iRtr i....-v
work by lamp or gaslight, and thus an uii.iiio
annul is 1111),01.-1, vim,, v,..,.
lesitlt of this oiet tension with tne was a ri
loiutatit nnd severe headache, latitude, loss
iiisr inn in iiiiiv iiiicv ' .--....-- ---
ing touches to a new gnimctit, my hftid I..
woukl ache so v loleiitly that I miklscarccjy
even then 1 was unable In sleep, and toesecj
,1... nf n flimtll VlllO Mid
she used them m her f imily and would use
nothing else. I lioiiRlitnboxof Dr. Willi ;ms
l'nik Tills for l'ale recipient Jno Asphns
drug slore on rrosprtt csitner of
lne. sllie time I nurrhncd the plIU I
vv.es stmeruiR keenly from headaclic and
.......ril nml, rmt fwline Hut I nuiikly
legan to recover my former spirits and vigor
The pills worked like a tlurm. and lint
only drove away the (siin in my head and
.....j --'.-. ' -. .' . - i , ..
eves, nnu liuu tired wen hiiu.wi
that it needs no but, restored
oiv apprtile. Hie medicine did even more
than that. It made me strung and 1
lo Inciense In weight after bujingtiiescisiiid
tronger nml lleshter. Ilefort. tho ecind
box ot pills was esuaiisciHi i nan in n.
tak'nu lliem I vius iiicieasing so
rapidly in sie and weight
"It is scarcely for me to s) lliat
the pills cured me of in) hcailaehc ami nil
the acconiMii) ins ailments. Ihcv did tlMt
and built up my svsicin vctmderfull) 1
now a Ikix of the pill in my houe all
the tune, and whenever i nin iuhiihbi sun
i niWIic or am feeling indisposed in anv ,
.the r . I simply take n pill and duve
tllM I.e. minor rinis ny j
.H.w.,mf.i.l.Ml tlie puis co oinrrn who inn. i
iI.m innm iwwiiiMti.ui that I dci. and thev
hale pmfitcsl by the .tigKeatiou. ami ale as
sun ere in their of the iNcdKine as 1
Dr Witlwims' PuiV. Pills ronUni. in aroB
tensed foriuill tlie element nctfiry to
jive new life and rcelineiw to the bkl simI
xtnre shaltend nerves. 'lh xir asso rt
peretic lor iw ilic to,, 1..11, SUE. I
. mwrvioiis, lrir?iilnlles and rll furms
ii weakiieM. In men they effect a ishIkI
cite in all cne arising frsms mentsl viorry,
iverwoik or exeewea of wlsstevcT nature.
Pink Pills are fld in Imuss (never in kse
ills i at SO cents a Un er six les for rJJH),
.nd nw be had of all druggists, or direst
n mail from Dr Williams Medicine Com
tsvtiy, N. Y.
"TAKING" PEOPLE UNAWARES.
The Lffle Vr. Srcrciii) firs rr lelhid
The late Mr. Sarony. the well-known
photographer, of New .)r,ple the
camera Mnnelhi'ng of tlie freedom ot
the pcucilor the brush, and In hishsnels
it did almost anytlnnjr he pleased. Mis
an exchanjfr. In un waj , It Is said,
he was realit a caricaturist. Ills poses
were sometnmg todl that ie psotiin
seemed like n travesty on nature, l'or
thus reason he excelled In
Hut his sitters hud to jleld
him implicit ototl and when It
fniled he refused to "take them" any
more. Thi nude even popular
submissive. One of liVs favorite devices
was to tnkr them by Mirprlse. "Are
you ready to do my picture?' wild Mr.
itlaliie. when he bail liecu chatting in
the studio for iwroe time. and. as be
tlnught.a,wxiUUjfBr the Instrument.
t.Uln done." fcald Srony tlrV snapshot
yifcureen tlreil Jlrt,ni' the sitter hail
reuijlitfil lho climax of a wpllal story.
1i)jsr"li0 saklj'was Ihe hlgbrsil reach of
fMe art "the true Wsc lnel a pcc.
but a natural position." Hcwasliiilnn
umatcur in photography until be lost
tl.e fortune wjilch he hod uwde in busi
ness, ne ciulckiy recovered ll lv ,,,-.
originallv and tilav consequent succemi.
He wa twrn In Quelcee; he had a stuello,
. ., , , . , .
for a time. In Hlrmlnghsm. but .New ,
York vvaw his happ huniing grouud
TELL THE TIME UY THAINS. j
rnmlllra AIuiib; Hit tllliinls lenlral
linve . .Nertt ftir i hick.
.Not ull rctvidents of Chicago depend
on clocks to he-op thrianclves Informed
of the Uuw oj daj. It Is perhaps not
gnnerully knciMii that eicoplo who live
along the lino of railroads can tell tho
exact hour of u day or nlpht by the
trains which uim their hon.si.. AIoiir
the line of tins Illinois Central railroad,
for instance, there arc many homci
where clocks, are an unknown luxury.
In the vicinity of street,
for instance, there is a hcmchold which I
Is wide awul.e at en o'clock in the .
morning, says the Chicago Chronicle.
"We'ulwayjs (r "I- ul -" a
of tho to a com
(union in a street car the other ilny.
"Two eleven, what time Is thnt?" l
askrd tin friend.
"Why. I thought jon knew." replleel
the other. "SU is the seven o'eJock train
which passes the house. As soon ss we,
Jirur tlio lien on me we nil pi e up.
Then we watch for the other trains. We
enn see them tiasvi the house and us wo
nil are r.er,ualntcel with the schedule
we can tell the time of ilay. At
vw tell the hour by the bells on
tho rjsSJsTiew. We nrn fuiniliar with the
koiuicK. No, we'linu no clock tn
tho house. Never had one as far as 1
tun rcmemlwr 'nnd we llml train time
more reliable than n lot of clocks w hick
cannot Ihj kept in repair."
You liave no doubt remarked how effective
u worthleui nuu is in politics.
Cikcimmati. Arrll W
I.lVi: STOCK tatlle.commoul 2 to O 1
elect butchers s cm 4 M
rAI.V to cood . rt son
UOcis coniinon. 3 2i )
Mlird packers 3 81
I.IKhlahipiers J W IC 4 0i
Mlhl.l'? tioico , 4 . 4 T
I.A.MIIsirilig . .. . C10) lei H il
I'IjUU Winter amlljr .... 8 3) s tos
UHA1N heat No red ... O vi
.u S red ta "'
i oru No 2 . . . . ii t
: ct g
3 a Jill
HAY t'rlms toeiiolce . . . 11 ii (til Ti ,
1'UOVIhlON.H Mess pork.....
I.ard rrlmi sienin a 4 in M
JIUITr It-Choice dalrr 19 10
l'rlnio to chnko tin. mnry . it Is Is
hbl 1 TJ tn :oo
POTAIOhS l"er 0bl ti VI
M.OUU Winter piKiit II) O 4 6
UIIA1N Wheat .So I northa ta
.Sa 2 red (t r'
rOIIN Nu - intsed U 3'
CJATs Mixed tS 31
iiic.s 000 3i
l.Allll western U 4 4 J
ri.OUH -Winter pitonts .. .. IW Ct 4 M
U1IAI.N' Wheat No red .... 01 U VI
No 3 Chicago spring ii . '0
s a '
3 (A I'Vt
S 45 O 8 tO
.. (IS i tu
3 sm(l 4 :
UIiain I siT! Hi'f
Ul Corn Mixed S,U ZHs
Oils Mixed ill'i'cS 2U
IUICK Mess -..... Ills H
l"A'lTI.i: Klrsl qualltr 4 ti ta i us
IIOUs Wcslcrn ,.. .. 4 40 Uiil
torn No. mixed. , a si
Uala Nu ''mixed
iKilont. ... tne 4 oo
UIU1N Wheat No. g rod... a r
rorn Mixed,,,,,, ,
Oats Mixed, ,,,m.m, ,,,,, tt VII
IOIIK Mos.. ..., si u vi
, asl )' .":
$mm, 5I X . sr
r &: HAk
' wn,TES !TM:
The Inventive Min! Ilivy I'nrlli
in vrvvanper Work,
A bright little boy whonttcmlsotieot
the city public schools waslold by lilt
teacher fi few do ngo to rite nn essay
"Journnllstti," ss the Atlanta
Constitution, nnd the next day he
handed In tho following! "Journallnm
the sclruce ot nil sorts of Journals.
There Is a heap of kinds of Journals.
,tpurnnls Is n gcxid thing Vrpt when
,i,Cy , not Journals nnd then they la
nWfUi, .V nut, sue takes n iiisuion
jmlrn, . uial N n'ny.s full of pictures
horrid old innlds with tile ugliest
chesses on I ever raw. The fashion
t.l I,m lirnLn tlltlllrVW lifllt nUll
, , , nceolllt
'Tl.era Is sheep Jouinal. and hog
Journals nnd In ls Journals, too, ami
Journal. She was the funniest Journal
ever saw., fihe was n baldliendcd
"They oln't no more Journals that 1
"P. S.-I forgot to say that a man
vlint put grcme nn the car wheels is I
called n Joiirnnllst.
Qnmtloiis nud Answers,
Tho follow Ing nnsw ers are guaranteed
liy a Philadelphia jut per to Pecii
. at the rnuluation exercise of ono
"Nnme a frult'vvhleh ha It wed on
the outWc." "A rl cake "
"NameaK ntilinols of 1 1 Arctic rone."
"Three Kilr lc!trtmd three seals."
"W lint are the lt teeth tluit come to
a tiiatk" tif'th "
"What ks vcnsl?" "Yccmt U a
taUlv living nlxitit In tlie ur, luuiiing
, ,f n U) nnythlng"
....,,,, .,u, IrtC.,0 ic nxP .ruse."
The rveva tsrev In llxi norllirrn tmri ot
tin face, hihI the mouth In the
"Hxplisln. 'fllmdi' nud tiso It in n sentence."
"Pllrteh, to tdtrlnk l'laoneil
tllnchea when It Is wasJied."
lll lt..,mril 1,1 1 CM).
Ike rtsders of tin V will le pleased
to Uarn tswt thele is at Msl him dusidiU
iImsw tlut s la lei ab.e in I
It its UM, slid tlh.1 M latailh Halls
( ataith lure t the tM.ni mre
ktHivsii to the mclital ftsclercctn t aUrth
ticiiig a iisislitHlKiiwI rveiiiur a
tlrnlliHHt llalla I 1 .ill.
(uir taken wlieg d ivrdv 1
.m the IwksI and hiwsi. sun - ) !'
iHcHi, tfVerrh) draticwiisK ihe I. uiult . -n
il the ilMirt, as.1 giving tier wil lit
Urritfth by IhiiMihk hii thoewnstitulionaiid
asMstiiiss Motttre In doftsg ita hi.iL II .
'iHriet tMvs mweli faith in its .nr .
toe timers llwt they fitter tine (lun.lrcd
UdUi for any thnt it Uild' ctur
Send for list of le4ilii.wiiV.
P .1 Ckeney V CV, Tohsle, O.
r. Id Cy l)rtrist.75cj , ,
Hall's VfHsoly I'tVit tke best
SiMsr .'Vhfrfag.ter - "WHe was
NcmIs"" a ve.her
WWn he mk! it was gosxg to Ui,
belies ed him."
In South ami Nth IKskota. teUting
llmr una lieraoHal K:vrli" 1H tlio
sUlrs. have li uIvIsImhJ 1 m MinilM
loon b tketliKnf MdsvankestcVM l"ul
taiiva. and as thXsr
iHt.iolwtg. the pamjfhkH t mh'
liate.1, tans esipy dl U wst to arc altTM.
. ,ra w.a at tn .ml tUrln. .Mil
- ,. ..-.... ,-,. I ic L,-
In litw II. HsssiSH". Vfrnrrsji
ir1 il6 OM v.oiMs IstHMitsg, vamsigei
He alsMi. sHtslssI wsmethltig ne
r U tW Jis Iwsl hi s
JCasilss iMssir jh.i an open ear
.ml rmagtit neciuH m .1.
.tn A,prist lor llnee.
Tl.e mats who m trssrtUMe lev li!iiliVill
itru to U- mule appeal of allallfelrnd
,. his tfiM.i. or Ins lilt's. IH the Miais: of
divers dyopetilce .pwlnis and cineas) Miua
'his 1h tke reaM.i...rf k;iml lUa see'eu,
his UU. Holftter a Hcitsaeh ImHii. my
ttmJt or v,m tl . uny
wl,a I vou trwuu. Hasten l i" i m"i ate
tinnlilett ssilh ssind " I um
j.h, f dole that vtwr el in ui tin Liics of
No woman m praiHssg (er Wn'drcn ever
Mid sn tlimg triatAroa interest.! g or orig
nul. .Mehiouii lieabo.
fur Klflr On Is.
Over JOO.OOOcurH Wliy rAtktN'oTo Hae
ru,e ; ttwoveeurdesiic tc'r li.bcts.
money, Ktases nealin nnu tiinnnc. ,
Cuteguaronteeil, &0e am) $1 ft), allcliuggiata.
A milkuwiti is the vustodun of as riuinv
secrets as a doetcr, or pieachcr
The imiii that tertarea seiatien. llic cure
that csntss it St. Jacobs Oil
A, 111 1 I I. . -l
tailing n imsn nam h oiirn
...r..m "mj .w j.n ...i ." .....v
ellllcr I rem )tu in cihiiih nam a Horn
When bilious or costive rsvt a Casraret.
candy oallHiitw, cure I(V, 'J5c
Self love is mil p gteat o sin as self for-
RetltHS. .N. 1. Weekly.
nz and short yessm with rhrmnatism
no time with hi. .laevbs Oil and acme.
""""?;. ., . , ., ,
Too much sugar w 11 might
pl a Mtcllenl .Im-Ii.-S'. Y Ueeklv
,t4IKl Mreiglit and strong-Si
Oil cuies lame I mi k cures prumptl).
No woman ever larks self confidence
when she la arguing nhout religion
There are two kinds of
rl rest. Tho trouble la they
.. - - w J . mM sh - 's i - " w - t n : i Sk .isr.asssssBusi tsufssr r
W ' '
clrrss like tho host who's to tell lliem apart ?
Is known by Its ft tilt." That's nn old test
Bsr M . I miii i ....
Anil tho taller lho lleo tho deeper tho toot. That's another
test. Wh.tt's tho root, tho record of theso sarsapnilllas;1 'lho
one with tho deepest root Is Ayn's, Tho ono with the ilchest
fruit j that, too, M Ajcr'ri. Ayer's fkittvipiiill i has rt lecoiel of
half n crulnryof cures; n record of many medals and inv.inli
culminating In tho ineilal of t'io Clilcnco Woild's Pair, which,
nilinlttltig Ajer's S.iisaparlll.i ns tho best shut Its cloois nfr.iliist
the lent. TIi.it was honor th.iu the mrd.il, to ho tho only
b.usnp.illIU admitted as nu exhibit nt the World's I'.ilr If you
want to pet tho best s.iisnp.iillla cf tour cliuc.'r'Ut, limu'o mi
Infallible rule: Ask for the best nnd vim 'II cjcl Ajer'a. Ask
for Aver's nnd you'll get lho best.
and often seont to
Is able to bear, This
Is doubly true w hoa
tticktiess comes to her
and leaves In Its wake
that condition of lassitude
broken down condition,
most fruitful causes ot
these conditions nro
A scire" nnd eftretusl remedy
for theso and nil dlscnaes resulting
fiom disordered Kidneys and
that has cumd thousands
nnd will euro you.
Uri:v sltcsl lsHttesoruew style
V- fi7 ii'xii!Uu?uItl.tjaWlTsls'saXsiJsV
i uwnunu ti
Any child can sco at a c'ance lho
saving to tho purchatwr of tlio
V.t;i.cy Dicycic. The (amcui
model of hut year b crcat!y Improved,
yat tho rtlco U but $C0.
Vc lava no new machinery to buy.
A SI0O Wdvcrley far UttLHcui peer's
tl.vl.iu!e trywlir lis Unsts
is v ' j' ssil ilvis'proct. Tes
ik it MOU U s?er;Coe.
Indiana llltycls C., Indianapolis, lad.
s7 "V $3 $3 $3
$3 $3 $3
taisSjSasI. rr s.1 M s .!
M f$3 $3 $3
53 $3 11 S3 I
T $3 $3 $3
S3 S3 S3 S3 S3
$3 $3 $3
S3 S3 S3 S3 S3
$3 $3 $3
S3 S3 S3 S3 S3
.p3 $3 $3
iw. I.. DOUGLAS
is3 SHOE X1SISJT ifTini UMIJ'l IN n
ror IS rara tins shot, bf msiltfdonf.
all comrici, l is.
IiHlarse,! br ovee I "OO OOO rst ss th
hesl In style, n nd ilHr C of S sser
onsie.1 at tSII.OO.
II is mail lu all Ilia I ATEaT nil AT Hal and
lilies ami of aver y variety of 1thr
On dealer in a ciwn ivn csclustv ssls ant
i itvtitiaeil in ! st pier cm refelpl of
i I C Will for calaletcu 14 W. U
DOUULAH. lliockto.i. itaaa.
OH, YES; WE USE IT. YUCATAfiT
AN K -It 1HBQ
will's vvnirisu to aiis i.ic iisi:its
lriie sf t thnt tun t the
In Ihls impel'.
strsapniilla Tie best nnd the
look nhke. And when the test
Well, "lho treo
nud n safu one.
k a 4s - e.c. Trfsrl4, sS.Sa.4VOsC
JANDY CATHARTIC I J
25 SO DRUGG!5TSJ "
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nDJUbUirJUl UUftIiniJ ttl
t,P. attrr rri. or rrire.rmt ratfxraiTssaloriiltesulls. Uaii, I
i Is sn.t booklet Tree. it. Ml llhtsn IIEMI.UI CO., rtilfgo,Monlrsl, Can.,orAen Tort. m.! -A?
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