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THH RISING SUN
STOVE POLISH in
cal.es for general
blacking of a stove.
TKH SI N PASTE
POLISH lor a ntiict
after -dinurr snine.
yrdied and pol
ished with a cloth.
BXors Bros., 1'rop., Canton, Jlaiu U.S. A.
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Ericcrs comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, v.ho live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, ly more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the'need.? of physical being, v.ill attest
the va'us to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Fi.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jeriVct lax
ative; effectually elevating the system,
dispelling ohl, headaches and levers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has pi ven atUfaetioti to millions und
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bov.vls without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fi;rs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 Iwdtles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
THE Arr.MOTOR CO. docs naif tlia A-r-rlrf's
winlin!U businefo, lnciuse It has retiuired the ot f
Wlnipovier to 1.' wh:;t It was. It Las many brancli
nor.sfS, auil supplies its goous una repairs
fct juur door. It can and does furuiMi a
. better article mr less nionej man
futtiprs. It makes Pumping and
Ä"vV-C uoared, bteel, uaivaniwiamter
iX'1 Completion Windmills. TilUne
1 Frames Zrt Feed Cutters and Iced
(irlnders. On application It will ramp on
Till of thso ante. that It wlU famish until
annarj 1st at 13 the usual prlc It alao makes
Tanks and P'impif all kinds. Send for catalogue.
tadbTj: lilt. Rjciwcll tcJ Fillnore Slrecla, Cbicu
Stella M. (ioilfroy, writing from
IIoiTman, N. C. under dato of June
12, lb'Jö, says: "My sister has used
your medicines. She was :i sufferer
from dyspepsia and indigestion for
Bcveral years, and after liavini:
your Talulcs roc-omtneniled and
given them a trial, she speaks in
the highest terms of them, and says
that they cannot Lo excelled in
keeping the system well regulated.
Her name is (Miss) Katlicrine
Godfrey, l'ostotlice Hoffman, N. CV
Klpans Tabnies ar sold hy rtru(fp-1stn. or bT mall If
price (To Cf utn a Nu is wnt to The l:laus ht uil
ral Company, io. ig Spruce Streit, New York. Sample
Vial, 10 ceuu.
ment 4 TIM KS
In loOhiRh ?raile
papers In lllinoM,
lation 100,000 -r.
we can inert
It 3 TIM KS in 1.4ÖO coun
try pa per for
ÜEM FOIi iSAlAt.OGl'E.
C1iIji 'MrHi:i pr Union,
South Jeffci.on Street. Chlcaz , 111.
k 1 I tt rill. I'vi'niMy
k 4 i.jon receipt of $1.0). RlikoiJi.w. B
ir Adlrei 11103. rOi'lUH. I'HILA., 1A. H
Successfully Prosecutes Claüns.
I lAt Iriuc iiil EiAmlner U.U. tension Ltoroau.
J 3 yrs In last war. lSadJudicatlngciaims, ally &U:co
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L'JRS rtfthfc ALL IL St I A LS.
Scat Cough fcyrup. Taotcs (.iood. Uae
In tinio. hold by drutrri!!.
mm mm L.
. J im
approve of Scott's Emulsion. For whom ?
For men and women who are weak, when they
should be strong; for babies and children who are thin,
when they should be fat ; for all who do not get from
their food the nourishment they should. Poor blood is
starved blood. You eat and are nourished. Consump
tion and scrofula never come when the blood gets its
proper food. And nothing is better for starved blood
than COD-UVKR OIL.
is COD-UVKR oil with the taste taken out. It is for all
who feel weak, have lost appetite or are losing flesh.
A'? one the breiks up ccd-liver oil as it is broken f in Scotts Emulsion.
Jf you need it, get it. No substitute will do.
TWO AIZES. 0c. and $1.00.
CAUSED BY VACriNATIOX:
From Vt Journal, I'etrolt, Midi.
Every one in the vicinity of Mchlmm
avenue and Champlaia street, Detroit,
knows Mrs. McDonald, and many a neiph
tor has reason to feel prateful to her for
the kind and friendly interest bins has
manifested in cases of illness.
she is a kind-hearted friend, a natural
nurse, and an intelligent and reiined lady.
To a reporter she recently talked at
sonio length about Dr. Williams' l'iak
I'ills, giving some very interestinc; in
stances in her own immediate knowledge
of marvelous cures, and the universal l.en
clhence of the remedy to those who had
'I have reason to know," said Mrs. Mc
Donald, "something of' the worth of this
medicine, fur it lias been demonstrated
ia my own immediate family. .My daugh
ter Kittie is attending hijrh s lioo!. and
has never been very sti'ms since she be
gan. I suppose she studies hard, and she
has quite u distance to go every day.
When the small-pox broke out all of the
school children had to be vaccinated. I
took her over to Dr. Jameson and he vr.
cinatod her. I never saw s'ich an am ;n
my life and the ti n-tor said he never otd.
She was broken out on her shoulders a-d
bark and was just as sick as she could bo.
To add t- it all neuralgia set in, and
the poor chiid was in misery. She is nat
urally of a nervot:-; temperament and she
suffered most awfully. Kven after she
recovered the neuralgia did not leave her.
Stormy days or days that were damp or
preceded a Storni, du could not ;ro out at
all. She was paL- and thin, and had no
"I have firpti?n just who told me
about lh" lMi'k Tills, but I ;rot some for
her and they cured h-r risht up. She has
a nie color in h r f::r. eats a::T sie p
wed. p's to si 'ioni every day. and is well
and :-r r. . i i r in every particular. I have
never htard of anything to b did up ti7e
Mood t- comp.tre with rink I'ills. I shall
alw.-.vs k( p tiu in ir th.o house and rceoin
iik'IkI them to mv m 11
Dr. Wilhams Pink Pills for Pale Peo
pie are considered an uufaili:i? sj cillc for
such diseases as lt-oinotor ataxia, partial
l'.ralis.s. St. N'i'ius' dance, sciatica, neu
ralgia, rlienir.atisni. nervous headache,
the after effe'-ts f hi ripi-, jialpita t ion
of the heart, pale and sallow complexions,
that tind feiliug resulting from nervous
pros! ra tion ; dise.ises resulthijr from
viiiateI humors in the blood, such as
scrofula, chronic erysipelas etc. They
are also a specific for troubles peculiar to
females, su h as suppressions, irrulari
ties and all firms d weakness. In n.en
i hey effect a radical cure in all cases aris
ing from mental worry, overwork r ex
cesses of whatever nature. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will
be sent post paid on receipt f pr'n e (."o
cents a box or six boxes for Sü.öo they
are nvcr sold in bulk or by the 1(MJ) by
addressin.-r Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y.
In the sands of Central Asia is found
a little spider, popularly known as
"Cirandfather l J ivy board," which has
lon hair, and when walking seems as
large as one's two fists. This formida
ble creature bites when irritated,
jaws making four lit lie holes In thu
tlesh. The bite is poisonous, though
not deadly. The victim feels at first
no more discomfort than from the sting
of :i gnat: but after a time the pain
spreads over tho whole body, and is
accompanied with fever and great ex
haustion. HO SECRET
IS THIS WOMAN'S CASE,
Mrs. Campbell Wishes Her Letter Pub
lished so that the Troth äöj lio
sririAL to oi a ladt reapcss
Of the thousands of letters received
from women all over tho world bv Mrs.
Pinkham. not one h
given to the public
unless by the wish ol
the writer. Thus ab
solute confidence ia
licits a let
wlio is in ill health or ailing.
In the ease cf Mary E. Camphell, ol
Albion, Nobla Co., Ind., her suffering
was so severe, her relief so suddenly real
ized, and her gratitude so great, that she
wishes the circumstances publishel, in
tho hope that others may Lo benefited
thereby. She says :
"My physician told me I had droppy
und falling of the womb. My stcmach
and bowels were so bloated I could not
get. a full breath. Mv face and hands
were bloated badly. 1 had that dreadful
bearing-down r;"n. backache, palpitation
of the heart, and nervousness.
4Oneofiny physicians told me I had
somfthin? growing in my stomach; and
the medicine that I took gave me relief
only for a short time. I thought I must
die. I began to take Lydia K PinH am's
Vegetable Compound, and it worked like
a charm. After taking tho first bottle
I could walk across the street, now I am
well. I advise all my friends to take it."
Map.v 2. Campbell, Albion, üoble Co,
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. New York.
ONE WIFE A YEAR.
The Saltan Makes Selection with
' The Sultan, who La.s eorae before the
public in such an unenviable manner of
kite, nec-d. not be lonely while hiding in
It is not generally known that this
potentate is obliged to marry many
rromen against his will, yet this Is true.
The law of Turkey forces hvn t take
I new wife every year. This law Is
ibont a hundred and .seventy-live years
tld, dating from the time of tho Sultan
Selim, who, wishing to abolish polyg
amy, had but one wife; but the high
Signita ries of Turkey decided that the
ancient laws should be maintained.
On the prophet's birthday, beginning
It sumset and lasting till sunrise, a
holiday Is kept, on the Sth of Hamazan.
I national and religious feast, and It
k at this time the selection of a. maiden,
"nit of the one hundred and one who
nave entered the lists, is made.
The officials wli have tho marter in
:harge" rarely allow any of the poorer
classes to compete, and. accepting
bribes, presents and promises of diplo
matic aid, gather the young girls to
gether and give them instructions re
garding dres.-j and the oUquette f
Decision. The dress consists of a large
white linen sliect thrown over the
shoulders in Unman fashion, sandals on
their feet, hair hanging loosely, and no
jems or- ornaments.
On the imiH,rtant night tho Sulfa a
mounts a line horse and is accompanied
by all of the palace ministers of slate,
pashas and aides-de-camp in their crila
uniforms, representing all the -slates,
over whic.Ii the Sultan wields his scep
ter. Military bands make loud and wild
mush, and the hundreds and hundreds
3f soldiers that line the stivers carry on
their bayonets Chinese lanterns to il
luminate the tvoccssM.n ,.f their ruler.
At b-iigth the Sultan arrives at the
Suleiiaanich Mosque overlooking the
.i.dy carpet or prayer-rug. Here he
stands while a sermon is preached to
him, and 1h'U he goes to the groat
Bi;i:aiv. Tills is crowded with persons
of distinction, ami in tho center is
placed a pavilion of scarlet velvet, rich
ly embroidered, and decorated with
tho Sultan's monogram, the otUcial em
blem of Turkey. These draperies are
festooned upon silver pdes. and within
tla :a now are seen the high priest and
the heir to the throne. Around this
stand the one hundred and one maid
en, attired in the while tga, each
holding a towel in her hand, and mak
ing a complete ciivh around tho Sultan.
A prayer is made, the heir approaches
his father, ami, kneeling, offers him
two pigeons. The Sultan, kneeling also,
takes a knifo from his belt, invokes the
aid of the prophet in the selection of a
new wife, sacrifices, rises, washes his
hands In the golden basin held by the
priest, and dries them upon the towel
of the young girl ht selects.
Fortunately for her comfort, she has
nothing to do with housekeeping; for
the Sultan's household, consisting of
G.000 persons, requires no little execu
tive ability in running the machinery.
The treasurer of the household attends
to this. Not less than ten tons of tish
are bought u week; 1S.m pouiuls of
bread are eaten daily, baked in enor
mous ovens near the palace; one ton of
Ice Is bought every day for the inev
itable pilaff; Gi pounds of sugar, one
tou of bef, another of veal, to tiy
nothing of coffee, vegetables, fruit,
sweetmeats, nuts and confectionery.
AJ together his annual household ex
penses amount to $4L000,U(J0.
TIio AVelsIi Hervant (Jirl.
She came into the drawing-room
i there were visitors present), and said:
'If you please, William Hughes has
come; he says he has no head and has
sold his tongue." This extraordinary
information startled me for a moment,
until I reniemherd that I iiad order
id a calf's head and an ox tongue of
Hughes, tho local butcher. Another
Welsh maiden in South Wales sent in
a singular message one evening by my
English maid. She brought -Mrs.
Grillith's love, and ehe hoped my
strange people were well after their
journey." Mrs. Oritllths, a near neigh
bor, had called in the morning and
been told that I expected relatives,
whom she had met, from Wandsworth
that afternoon, so .she had sent polite
inquiries, and as visitors are, in the
Welsh language, designated strangers,
the Welsh servant had, for the benefit
of the English one, translated it into
"strange people." The Spectator.
The covering of books with chamois,
silk or line linen has come to an art.
Hy means of it a paper-bound volume
may bo transformed into something
rich and dainty by a pair of clever
hands at home. A volume copy of
"Old Iove Letters" was seen not long
g which hail been decorated by tho
outer slip, which was made of what Is
called ".sad-colored" silk. On It the
title had been embroidered in subdued
tints. A true lover's knot encircled the
words, and from It a few scattered
forget-me-nots were drooping. The ef
fect was exquisite, and yet it was done
by no experienced embroiderer.
-- 1 : ' i ; ir
Ttuoycri by His IJrcccli.es.
A queer accident befell a iisherman
In Pugot sound last week. He had on
a pair of combination rubber boots ami
trous.rs, reaching up to his armpits.
Hy some mischance he fell overboard
head first; the air in his trousers rush
ed upward and buoyed up his feet on
top of the water as though held there
by a lifeboat and the iisherman was
unable to get his head above the .sur
face. He cut such an odd figure, appar
ently walking In the water head down
ward, that his companions were una
ble to help him for a few seconds, and
when they got him out he was more,
than half drowned.
At twenty-live the ordinary young
man thinks half the girls are In love
with him, and he seldom finds out his
mistake before he hi thixty. ...
It Clives Ua Great Pleasure to Pub
lish the Polio winy; .Announcement.
All women suffering from any form of
illness peculiar t their sx are repiestel
to communicate promptly with Mrs. Pink
ham, at Lynn. Mass. All letters are re
ceived, opened, read and answered by
A woman can freely talk of her private
illness to a woman; thus has been estab
lished th: et, mal coiitideneo between
Mrs. rinkham and the women of Aiucr
ia. This confub'iiee has inducol more than
KXi.-HM women to write Mrs. Pinkhim
for ailvice during the last few mouths.
Think what a volume of experiMice she
has t lrav fr mi! No physician living
ever tr :;tel so many cases of f. male ills,
and from this vast experience sun ly it is
nn.re than jmssible she has gaiu-l the
very kn-jwled-re that will help your case.
Slo- is i:id t have yon write or cat!
upon her. Yu wi'.I tind m r a woman
full of sympathy, with a great desire to
assist those who are sick. If her nodi
cine is not what yen med. she wiil frank
ly till you s ai;! there are nine li;i:n -.s
out of ten that she will ull you exactly
what to do for re i f. Slu- asks nothing
in return ex-ept y nr good will, and her
ad. vice has lelii-veti thousands.
S;:r ly. any ailing woman, rich or poor,
is v-ry f-M.üsh if she does not tal e ad
vantage of this generous offer of assist
ant'. N-v r in the history of m-dicine lias the
dcr.;:i::d for ne particular niatiiy for
f.nuile diseases ejualled that attained
by I.ydia P.. Pinkham's Ve.utable Com
pound, and never in the history d Mrs.
Piiikha ni's Wonderful Compound has the
demand for it been so great as it is to-day.
Kilson I see that t'.iey b.ave doubhd
the police force in your suburban ei 13'.
Is it getting so wicked as all that?
Mils. in -No; but it's either enlarge
the force or else do our own housework.
Uilson How so?
Mil.-on Servant girls won't stay
where there aren't half enough to go
round. New York World.
Wo ofTor One Hundred Io!lars TleTraril for
ony cn-e of atarru that cannot bo ciuud by
lläll"i Catarrh Cure.
1'. .1. CIIKNKY vt: CO.. Trops.. Toledo. O.
Wo tho undersigned h:ie known V. .1. Cheney
for tho Ia-t !. vears.r.nd belieu hiai jerfeotly
honorable in all business tränket inns and fnaii-t-'allv
ablo to eurry out any obligation in ado by
W kst iv 1 " nr ax, 'Wholesale Drnpglsts, Toledo. O.
AVai.dino. Kin nan & Mauvix, Wholesale)
Drugcbts. Toledo, o.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood an i nai.-ous sutta -es or
the system. I'rieo 7.V. j'er bottle. bcd byaU
DrucsLts. Te.-ti:nonials lreo.
No Need for Alarm.
Mrs. Slimsou (severely) Willie, this
laIy complains that you have been
lighting with her little boy, and wants
you to promise never to do so again.
Willie (to lady) You needn't be
afraid, ma'am. Your boy will keep out
of my way after this. Harper's Iiazar.
How to 31ake Sloney.
Ma. FniToi!: Tell others of my miocosr. Flf
bvn years fanning and hustling discouraged me.
My cousin iiia.b is3.000 l ist year plating tahle
wäre. b'welrv. etc. 1 ordrd an ontilt from Crav
& Co. Plating W orks, lpt. is. Columbus. . It
was conij.lete. all materials, formulas, trade ie
crets ann instnictions; they teach agents free.
. kk1s c:iv t'h.teil, nice as "new. r riritnteed ten
years. .Made fj-at llrst week. .47 second.
first month ; jjet all work 1 can 1: brother made
selling outlits. Writo linn for sample.
n. r. öhaw.
Insurer How do you estimate the
annual death rate of a city'
Agent Ity mcasiu-iiiff the numler of
miles of trolley railroad system. -New
Singers ami Artists (lenerally nre
uscrs.if "ISn.wn's Hromdiial Trodies" for
Hoarseness and Throat Troubles. They
ufford instant relief.
Life in this world will never be right
ly understood until we come to look at
It from the next.
TtiK-kingh.T m's. Dye for the Whiskers
dot's its work thoroughly, coloring a uni
form brown or black, which, when dry,
will neither rub, wash off, nor soil linen.
A rattlesnake with thirty-two rattles
was killed near Phoenix, Ariz., a few
Hough, wintry, changeable weather pro
duces Catarrhs. Coughs. Disorders of the
Lungs, etc.. which .Tayno's Expectorant
promptly cures if faithfully administered.
' Where envying and strife is. there Is
confusion and every evil work.
Piso's Itemedy for Catarrh is not n
liquid or a snuff. It quickly relieves Cold
in th Head. Ib-adache, etc., and ready
dirt's Catarrh. ..
, The man who minds his own business
will not soon run out of work.
KIT. AU ritsstot.jwrt f roe bv fir. Kline's fl it
Xi vo If etM er. No 1 its u! trr first day's ukp. iar
V'loiis cuus. Treatise und jv.ao trial Pottle tree to
1 it cam a. Send to Or. hhne. 'XI Arcli St.. 1 hilu, I'm.
' Mr. 'WlnHlo-v'H Soothiso sthcp fnr Children
te!tlilnR: soit-iirj the Kuran, reauces iiiilaminativn,
Hayn puiii. euren yd na colic. 25 cent a bottle.
Turclv vegetablo, mild and reliable. Cause per
fect iligestion, complete absorption and health
ful regularity. Tor the euro of all disorders of
the Stomach, Rowel., Kidneys, bladder, Ner
vous Diseases, Piles,
All Disorders of the Liver.
tSDTmT prlntotl directions In each box; 25
cents a box. Sold by all druggists.
i:.ivay & co., ni:w york.
AnillPIMorphlnt. Habit Curnl In 10
Ilr7k7liEIjt"'M'i,l2:'1 No.ajr till rurni.
Utl Iwltl DR. J.STEHHENS, Lebanon, Ohio.
C. N. U.
fllKS WKITIHÜ TO ADVKUTISKItS
Irafle say you saw tbe lulFcrtbtuuicut
Fire! Fire! That Dreadful Cry
Ii fraught with Import douMy dir? to tho
i:nka;py man who ln-hoUl his dwelling or
Lis warehouse feeding tho d-vouring e!e-
incut uninsured. Happily most people who
can. insure-everything but health. Nine-
toTi-iis or as neglect trie preservation u tins
when it is in palpable jcpardy. In ip;e;.r
Ir.'i'irestion. li-r complaint, la triene. inac-
tia of the kidneys und bladder and mal t-
ria are all ounteraeted by Hostelters Stum-
Not Confounded with II cr Wisdom. !
She If every atom of the human i
body is renewed every seventh year I j
cannot be the same woman that you i
: , i
lie I've been suspecting; that for
3 BEWARE IN TISaESZZSSSBe fn acute tivinse cf i!
d TO CT f A f OR Oil DELAY, AS THOSSTW1NGIS MAY r
JP V2 2 i 'illJUJ ViL. TWIST VOU3 LCO OCT OF SHA!E. H
"Thoughtless Folks Have ihe Hardest
Work, but Quick Witied
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THE LARGEST PIKE V sSW Ä
OF COOP TOBACCO
im m fob io msß$
The great success of the chocolate preparations of
the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established
in 1780) has led
VI I - ,- i w 7 :
Baker & Co. aro the oldest and largest manu
facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are
used in their manufactures.
Consumers should ask for, and bo suro that
they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods.
WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited,
tm m m mi tw ttt tw ttw m tm tw tww m mt i irmmrarrrTTiri i i n i i
9 SAHIR CLAD
makes wasli-day as easy as any other dajr. Lessens
the labor, makes the clothes white, and does no dam
age. Thousands of women say so surely they are
not all mistaken. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, - Chicago.
! of vn:;r p'ivi -;l hor.'.th T!ld v.- vc- .yV:
tone vonr stoiaaeh an.l dlg-'sdoe .rg.tr.. inrea!
, 0!;r ap'uf.t . c:ri.-'i ..ur I !.o, .l-!e out 11
Impurit:. and prevent V;-Uues bv taking
j The One true Plan I Purifier. SI: of if J5.
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' Hood's Pills i,.;t,.,!a.n,;.,:,I!.!''u:!' w 5th
!t.iitii a ui
to the placing on the market
and unscrupulous imitations
inhfils. nnd wmDDGrs. Waiter
Tust as vours will be if
3tou contiuue using poor
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