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TAKE LIFE AS IT COMES.
-rr Will Onlr Give You Wrinkles and
" Make You Old.
There Is one sin which Is every
where, ami by ovcrybody is underesti
aatcJ and quite too much overlooked
i valuations of character. It is the
,.0 of fretting. It is as common as
sir, as speech; so common that unless
It arises above its usual monotone, we
do note en observe it. Watch an or
dinarv coming together of peoplo and
,l0 see how many minutes it will
be lefore somebody frots that is,
makes moio or less complaining state
ments of something or other, which
most probably every one in the room
or the ear, or on the Ktrcot corner,
Inen before, and which most probably
nobody can help. Why say anything
It is cold, it is hot; it Is wot, it is dry;
(somebody lias broken au appointment,
ill cooked a meal; stupidity or bad
faith vomewlicro has resulted in dis
comfort. There are plenty of things
to fret about. It is simply astonish
in? how much annoyanco and discom
fort may be found in the courso of
every day's living, even at tho simplest,
if only one keeps a sharp eye on that
side of things. Even holy writ says
we arc born to troublo as the sparks
Hut even to tho sparks flying up
ward In the blnckcst smoke, there is a
blue sky above, and the less time they
waste on the road the sooner thoy will
reach It. Fretting is all time wasted
on tho road.
Xot only docs fretting worry us and
thoso around us, but remember that
nothing brings tho wrinkles more
quickly. Detroit Free Press.
Salitrlei In letorla'a Court.
The clerk of tho closet of the ohapel
rcj alt whoso salary as a court official
is rT a y.ar, receives the smallest sal
ary of any of Victoria's court. The
present clerk is the bishop of Roches
ter The next smallest salary paid to
court official is that of the Bucking
ham palace rat-catcher of 15 a year.
The master of tho horse receives 2,
500a year; the lord steward, 3,000; as
docs also the lord chamberlain; the
equerries in ordinary draw f.00 to
CO0; the bedchamber women 300;
tho pages of the back stairs, 250; the
pages of the presence, -!00; physicians
in ordinary, 303; pages' men, 100;
royal housekeepers, 120; dentist to
the household, 70; tho bargeraaster,
u0; tho keeper of tho swans,30. Chi
Como to Texan.
The ' Lone Star ' is waving the flag of the free;
Thn strike for Texas. It men ) ou would be.
Xo idlers are winted, the thrifty and wise,
Toutjl'.b and h It'll station can equally rise.
Where corn, oats and cotton; tho richest of
Which UliK to iho settlers provisions and
Trees of eery description arise on each hand.
From alluvial soil to the rich table land.
Hero sprlr.es are exhaustlcss and streams
la the season from winter to autumn's bright
A wide panorama of pralrlo Is seen:
Of grasses of nil kinds perennially green.
Here millions of cattle sheep, horses and coats
(row fat as If stall-fed or fattened on o its.
No povcrtj l found In tho inltthty domain.
To the man who exerts cither linger or brain.
Herr are homes for the millions, the rich and
While Texas opens wide her hospitable door.
tie has thousands of acres es, millions to
Yet can point without cost to where pre-
emptors can dn ell
Her terms will bo easy with those whom she
While security, all, tn their title can fceL
But land while 'tis cheap, and the finest select,
Tuill joung man, proven fortune when least
Old man for our children, buy, file It away;
A Uodsnd twill prove on somo rainy day.
For a ptmphlet fully describing this wonder
ful country address Gaston Meatier, General
Pa.ts.ngrT and Ticket Agent Texas and 1'aelUo
Railway Dallas, Texas
Uw-rato Homo ScekPrs Excursion Tickets
will be sold to all points In Texas on April 7,
April 21 and May 6. Take advantage of this
Die. lady who said that tho men who
would not gho her a seat lit tho street car
were "simply brutal" Is the same person
who declared that tho last terribio murder
was "perfectly tidlculous." Boston Transcript.
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward
for any taso of CaUrili that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. Cuisver & Co., Props , Toledo, O.
VTe, tho undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe
Jum perfectly honorable In alt business
transactions and financially able to carry
OUt anv nhHtrjitinn. mndi, hv flint?, Arm
Wist'cs Tutrix, Wholesale Druggists, To
TJ'ALDijfo, Kinkas & Muvnx, Wholesale
"ubkiiu, toiccio, unio.
Hall's, Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
actinctHrectlvUDOn tho Mnnrl nnil mucous
surfaces of tho sj stem. Price 75c. per bot-
uu.u uy uu uruggisis. icsuuiumtus
Hall's Family Klls aro the best.
TnEiiB is n t'irt that is almost a blow, and
ltlrMill Iilsi) tim.l ,t,ni is i,.i,Mlflnnnrfi.ll
ranch is thero in tho way of doing things.
i m i
Pon Al.LAYlNf. TtnATtwivcraa lvn TnniTi.
io or tuisTuuoat, uso "liiiicn'ji Itronchtal
' u vox. avoiu imiuuons.
Ir tbcre U anything in a young man the,
pntgen 1 a; a should bring it aut. Youker
- m.i, iuuuu i'ihov vjuro itr iousawp
it??11 unfailing medicine. F. K. Iktz,
He travels tafo, mul not unpleasantly,
&o w Kuanled by poverty and guided by
ye -sir 1'hUiji Sidney.
Wttle Bo Peep
(she fixed her sheep
So fate could not abuse
Stuck Cupid Hair Pin3
g in their tails, N
S And then they couldn't
I lose them.'
1 It'sJnthe TWIST.
2 8K7,A".D"e" OiLoso Duos,
5? Makers of the famous
g UeLosq Hook and Eye.
REVIEW OF 'TRADE.
Iron Prodnct Slow Wool Declined Cora
New York. March t.n. a n,,- a
Ca'a Weekly Review of Trade says:
iuo v.uuau rcsoiuiioss ana the appointment
. .. Buw wwi.Muwiq . umo were
events of sufficient Importance to afloct almost
any genuine market, espoclally for securities.
It, therefore, argued other remarkable
strength of conditions or an entire want of
life and genuineness In the market that the
prices of the 0J most active railroad stocks.
"ul YvrKcu m.n per snare February 1,
has never fallen Rlnrn thnt. i!n(. !.,.. ...
$l sa, nor risen above A8S per share.
xuc lauusiuau an report a slightly lower
range of prices, except for Iron and steel prod
ucts. The dnmnnrl fnc tin nine, n I... a.............
. --. V.H94 w. .wu iiuuuvbs
is st this time brisk, but large structural busl-
"" Jpecieu in me spring and thero Is still
much hopefulness about railroad orders, as
earnings contlnuo to improve
Prices of wool have declined an average of
Zi per cent, within tho month of February,
presumably because of tho failure of the pro
nosed tnrtff hill. Whli.fi lnnlnl1ii.1iitl.Dn. -,
There Is no Improvement whatever In tho de-
iubuu iur women gooas anu a number of estab
lishments have closod, or reduced working
Speculation In breadstufls has not boen par
ticularly active, nor has the change In prices
been Important Western receipts of wheat
War A ff.SI t S.TI l,l,ttla nntlnal O , I IV) M. .,..
same week last year, having been In February
i.wv,ui uusaen, against 4, iiv, 419 last year.
With Cnntlnllnri IflPim rMttnll ftm wan.nlna
substantially unchanged In price. The cotton
market has continued Its downward move
ments, spots hare fallen three-sixteenths
again and the May option 20 points. Tho re
ceipts continue as before, so largo as to render
quite Inadmissible the low estimates of the
crop of 189), and at tho same time the prepara
tions for planting this year go on at such a
scale that lt Is believed by many conservative
observers that the orop, with favoring weather,
may prove one of tho largest on record.
YTnUnrea far f.A !. h.m . an OQY I. t.s
United States, against 234 last year, and 68 la
vaouua, against oa xast year.
WOULD BE FRIENDLY.
Spain's Position Toward Cnbu and tba
United States Outlined.
New Youk, March 7. The World
prints on authentic statement of the
policy of Spain as to Cuba liom Prime
Minister Cnnovns. It states:
Nothing will be omitted oa n Mde to shoT
ourdcslro to preserve cordial relations with
America. I am convinced that we possess suf
ficient means to quell any hostile demonstra
tions. The government of Spain regrets and
has made all the amends possible for the man
ifestation already made of the Indignation
which the speeches at Washington naturally
exejted among tho ever loyal peoplo of Spain.
Tho situation now is one of extreme delicacy.
Indeed, I cannot define how far It Is possible
for the government of Spain to pormlt amicable
and careful mediation of a foreign power, how
ever honorable and disinterested It may bo,
without Incurring tho grae risk of being ac
cused of submitting to outsldo Interference,
pressure and dictation In tho midst of a
civil war. Tho United States Is a great
power, and until It recognizes the
object and encourages tho alms
of tho Insurrectionists In Cuba, lt Is
friendly to Spain After tho recognition of
the belligerents in Cuba by the United States,
It would bo Impossible for the government of
Spain to accept the good offices of President
Cleveland, or to permit any Intervention what
ever. Nevertheless, I hope some mcins will
bo found by the president to avoid alienating
tho friendly relations n lth tho United States
which Spain his shown this week that she
prizes highly. I am fully alive to tho signifi
cance and the possible consequences of the
vote of tho United States congress to tho rebels
as well as to Spain In her rotations with tho
United States, and especially In connection
with the right of search on tho high seas, and
In the matter of privateers and filibustering
WITNESSED BY FRIENDS.
A Chleato llrewer Itobbed of Valuables
Willie Snlntlnc Ills Acquaintance.
Chicago, March 7. One of the most
remarkable holdups that has ever oc
curred in this city took place at seven
o'clock last night on Ashland boule
vard, the most aristocratic street on
tho West side. Tho victim was James
W. Sheridan, a wealthy brewer, and
ho was relieved of a gold watch, about
$500 In cash and a pin valued at
820O. Tho robbery was committed by
three men, one of whom held a re
volver against Sheridan's abdomen
while another pressed a gun against
his Bide. Tho third man did the col
lecting. While tho robbery was going
on several of Sheridan's friends passed
by and said: "Good evening, Mr. Sher
idan." The victim, persuaded by tho
revolvers which were held against his
body, returned tho salutation in a
cheerful tone, and his friends, think
ing he was talking with the three
men, went on their vvay and left Sher
idan to be robbed.
GREEN GOODS SWINDLERS.
Three Men Captured In Chicago Who Ilad
33,000 la Geld with Tbera.
Chicago, March 7. Post OfHco In
spector Stuart yesterday made an im
portant capture of green goods swin
dlers. The sharpers had in their pos
session, besides their bogus bills, a
satchel containing 835,000 in good
money. Tho prisoners aro Charles
Herd, alias Vogle, Sr.,E. R. Gray, alias
"Vogle, Jr., and Frank Smythe. The
.capture was tho result of a cleverly
laid plot For two months past trie
malls in this section of tho country
have been flooded with "groen goods"
circulars. Last week deputy marshals
were sent to Arkansas, where they
placed themselves in communication
with tho operators. An appointment
was made for Chicago, and two depu
ties, disguised as countrymen, came
on. Tho capture followed.
Venezuela Time Is Up.
Caracas, March 7. The B0 days al
lowed Venezuela to answer the demand
for indemnity for the arrest of tho Eng
lish officials, Barnes and ISakor, on the
Uruan river in December, 1894, has ex
pired. The governor will not speak
officially, but the highest authority Is
given for the statement that Venezuela
rofused to pay the indemnity, declar
ing that tho question of the arrest and
the boundary dispute cannot bo separ
ated. I.ady Somerset 8nes Aster.
LosDON, March 7. William Waldorf
Astor has been sued by Lady Henry
Somerset for 825,000. Lady Somersot
alleges that her reputation has been
damaccd by a remark in Mr. Astor's
Pall Mall Gazette that Lady Henry
Somerset would djlve any one mad.
Hay Develop Into At'otber Cripple Creek.
Steamboat Springs, Col., March 7.
A great strike han juot been made a
Hahn's peak by Iialston, Smith and
Mcintosh. In a tunnel on tho south
side of the peak a vein has beon cut SO
feet in width, 23 feet of which runs
9700 to tho Ion.
Condensed Report of the Fast Week's Pro.
Thk senate on March S unanimously passed
a bill for the Inorease of the navy. It author
izes the addition of 1,000 enlisted men to the
navy, the enlisting for not more than two years
of tho naval militia forces and the chartering
of transport ships in case of emergenoy. The
Cuban question had another airing upon reso
lutions offered by Mr. Call, requiring the prpsl
dent to demand of Spain reports on certain
matters. The remainder of the day was de
voted to tho calendar. ...The house had a lively
debate o or tho Cuban resolutions (substitute
for thoso passed by the senato) und they were
finally adopted amid much enthusiasm by a
voto of 283 yeas to 17 nays. Tho remainder of
tho day was taken up In considering tho legis
The senate passed the nggrlcultural appro
priation bill on tho 3d. It carries t3,sa.',000. A
bill also passed changing the limitations of
fourth-class mail matter so as to freo tho
postal service from heavy matter heretofore
sent free by the departments. The house
Cuban resolutions were received and referred.
Other business transacted was of little gen
eral Importance. ...Tho house spent the entire
day in debating the amendment to the legis
lative appropriation bill to abolish tho fee sys
tem in tho cases of United States district at
torneys and marshals Tho salaries fixed by
the amendment rango from tf.'.OOO to $0M. Tho
amendment was indorsed by every member of
tho Judiciary .committee.
The senate on tho 4th took up the Oupont
election case from Delaware but no action was
taken. Tho Cuban resolutions were sent to
conference and the senate soon adjourned....
Tho house spent the entire day fixing the sal
aries of United States district attorneys In tho
amendment to the legislative appropriation
bill to abolish the fco system. In only one
case was tho recommendation of the Jndtclary
committee departed from. The salaries for
the district attorneys In the Kansas, Missouri
and Oklahomu districts were fixed at H.000
Speeches were made In tho senate on the
6th on tba Dupont case from Delaware. The
conference report on the Cuban resolutions
was presented and occasioned a sharp debate,
during which Mr. Chandler declared he was
not only In favor of recognizing Cuba, but of
maintaining her Independence even at the ex
pense of war with Spain. Mr. Hawley favored
more serious consideration and deprecated the
flippancy with which war utterances were made
as hasty action might not only mean war with
bpain out other European nations Mr. Allen
(Neb ) offered resolution directing the presi
dent to ItsUe ft proclamation recognizing the
Independence of Cuba, The whole matter fin
ally went over. Adjourned until Monday....
The house wrangled about four hours over tho
salaries of United States marshals and tho
other features of the amendment to the legis
lative appropriation bill to abolish the fee
system In the cases of the United States attor
neys and marshals, during which Mr. Hartmaa
(Mont.) made a severe attack upon tho presi
dent for remarks the latter mado at tho lato
Presbyterian home missionary meeting In New
The senate was not In session on the 6th....
The bouse passed a bill abolishing the cash
payment of pensions. The object of tho bill Is
to piovcnt the swindling of veterans The bill
requires all pensions to bo paid by checks sent
to the pensioners homes. Tho legislative bill
was finally passed. The houso took up tho
consideration of tho post ofllco appropriation
bill. Tho bill Is the largest of the annual sup
ply bills. It carries 191,011.737, t:.874,IU less
than tho estimates, but $2,377,760 more than tho
current law carried. The bill was considered
MRS. LANE CONVICTED.
A Detroit Woman Found to Have Aided In
Causing; a Young Girl's Death.
Detiioit, Mich., March 7. It took
but ono ballot by tho jury in the trial
of Mrs. Alice II. Lane, to convict that
person of manslaughter. Mrs. Lano
was charged Jointly with Dr. D. J.
Seaman, with responsibility for the
death of Emily J. Hall, tho girl who
was brought hero for treatment from
Birmingham, Ung., by her pastor, Itev.
Jonathan Bell, with whom she had
been unduly intimate. Mrs. Lane was
proprietor of tho hospital in which
Miss Hall died. Dr. Seaman, who at
tended her, was recently sentenced to
ten years in state's prison for man
slaughter in this case.
ENTIRE FAMILY PERISH.
Near Alma, Wis., a Man and Ills Wife and
Five Children Are llurned In Their
Alma, Wis., March 7. A family of
seven persons perished in their burn
ing home near here last night. G. Old
house, a carpenter, lived with his
wife and five children In a small
house. Neighbors saw tho build
ing burning, and when tho Are was
out the bodies of the entire family was
in the ruins. The origin of tho firo is
DAMAGES AGAINST SAGE.
Hew York Supreme Court Affirms the Laid
low Verdict for 840,000.
New York, March 7. The nppellato
division of tho supreme court has af
firmed the judgment of 840,000 ob
tained against Russell Sage by William
It. Laldlow for Injuries sustained by
the latter in the bomb' explosion In
Mr. Sage's office several years ago.
The court also allowed Mr. Laldlow
83,000 for counsel fees and costs.
An Eminent Publisher Dead.
Hempstead, L. I., March 7. Philip
J. A. Harper, tho retired senior mem
ber of the publishing firm of Harper
Bros., of New York city, died at his
residence here yesterday of a complica
tion of heart and kidney troubles. Mr.
llurpcr was 73 years old and was a son
of James Harper, ono of tho founders
of tho firm, and also an ex-mayor of
New York city.
Holmes Mast Die on May 7.
Hahrisduro, Pa., March 8. The
date for the execution of U. H. Holmes,
tho convicted multi-murderer, was
fixed by Gov. Hastings yesterday. He
names Thursday, May 7, as the day.
The governor thought that Holmes
should have at least 00 days tn which
to prepare for death and selected the
A Female Moonshiner Kvades Officer.
Danvillb, Ky., March 7. United
States marshals on a moonshiners' raid
in Jackson county captured three large
stills, one of which was owned and
operated by a woman and her two lit
tle boys, who eluded the officers.
Seventy llodles Recovered.
Berlin, March 6. Seventy bodies of
victims of the Cleophas coal mino dis
aster at Kattowltz, Prussian Silesia,
have been recovered. These included
tho bodies of four volunteers who had
been engaged in the work of rescue,
and who were overcome by the heat In
the mine. It is believed that about 50
miners are still unaccounted for.
The Wisconsin Central railroad has
begun ejectment suits against home
steaders In Wisconsin under alleged
authority from tuo federal court The
sum of $2,000 damages is also demanded
of each defendant.
THE OLD "STATE OF PIKE."
Once Extended to the Paclflo Ocean l-HIte
of the Largest Nursery In the World.
From the St. LouU Republic.
The county of Pike Is older than the State
of Missouri Itself, having been laid out in
1810. Tho town of Louisiana was laid out
in tho same year, so that Louisiana, Mo.,
and tho "State of Pike" come Into history
at tho samo tlmo.
When tho Territorial Government estab
lished Pike County Its southern boundary
was tho northern lino of Bt. Charles Coun
ty. Tho western line was along the divide
between the Mississippi and Missouri rivers,
to tho extreme northern lino of the Terri
tory of Upper Louisiana, and. . . extended
to tho Pacific Ocean on tho west and to the
forty-ninth degroo of north latitude ....
Ono of tho biggost Institutions in Louisi
ana, Mo., is the Stark Bros. Nurseries ....
Eighty yoars.ngo thero rame from Kentucky
to 1'ilio County tho late Judgo Stark, then a
young man fresh from Old Hickory's Now
Orleans campaign. Ho started the nursery
and planted tho first grafted orchard in tho
Stato, having brought tho scions on horse
back from Kentucky.
Tho business has descended from father
to son, and is now conducted by tho third
generation, assisted by tho fourth. This
firm has moro than 1,000 salesmen and wants
as many more; business men, professional
men, mochanlcs, farmers and others, how
ever Inexperienced, are taught tho business
and work tho year round receiving good
pay weekly. The company cmplojsmoro
peoplo in its offices than would be necessary
to run a largo manufacturing concern. The
extensivo packing-houses aro connected
with tho railroad oy special track, whence
hundreds of car loads of trees nre shipped
annually. Tho nursery grounds embrace a
number of farms convenient to the city, and
even extend to Rockport, 111., where there
is a plant of several million trees.
A peculiarity of tho concern is the estab
lishment of largo orchards. These orchards,
in 'M states, aggregato nearly to, 0C0 acres,
3,500,000 trees, on the partnership plan. Tho
firm is also interested in nearly as many
moro trees on tho co-operative arrange
ment .... Tho Nurseries have b ccn beue
ficlal not only to their home, but Missouri
owes no little of her prestige as a fruit
growing region to tho progress and work of
development of this firm.
Tue brakeman's "all aboard 1" ere long
Will bo of little worth,
When from tho air-ship rings the song,
"Come, all get off the earth 1"
Don't Be Too Late for the Steamer,
And don't omit when you aro packing up
your effects preparatory for the voyage, t5
include among them a supply of Hostetter'i
Stomach Bitters, tho great remedy for sea
sickness. Travelers for pleasure or busi
ness seeking foreign climes, or who loco
mo to by steamboat or train, besides ncht
men and mariners, testify to tho remedial
and preventive efficacy of tho Bitters, which
is incomparablo for nausea, headache, dys
pepsia, biliousness, rheumatism, nervous
and kidney trouble.
A Clear Conscience. "Don't somo of
theso old songs haunt joul" "No; I've
never murdered any of them." Chicago
Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. Nofite aftcrfirstday's uso.
Marvelous cures. Treatlso and $2 ti ial bot
tle free. Dr. Kline, 0J1 Arch St., Phila , Pa.
Where painting is weakest, namely, in
the expression of tho highest moral and
spiritual ideas, thero music is sublimely
strong. Mrs. Btowo.
"Which would you rather do, Jarley, kiss
a ghl on her lips or on her cjesl" "Her
eyes, of courso. You have to do it twice to
cover tho ground." Harper's Bazar.
WicxrnNEss may prosper for awhile, but
ot the long run he that sets nllknaies at
work will pay them. L'Estrango.
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Kansas Citt, Ma. March 0.
CATTLE -Best beet es ( 3 35 4 3Ttf
Stockers 3 3J 3 75
Natlvocows 2 0) 3 T5
HOGS-Cholco to heavy 3 40 is 3 Si
WHEAT-No. t red 75 70
No 2 hard 0IK 63
CORN-N'o. 2 mixed. 23 23!
OATS No 2 mixed 1H'& 1W
KYK-Nai 3li 3iJ
FLOUIt-Patont, per sack 1 00 2 10
Fancy ITS I f5
HAY Choice timothy 10 50 QUO)
Fancy prairie 6 50 7 00
DRAN (Sacked) 4j 43
BUTTEU Choice creamery-
CATTLE Native and shipping 4 20 4 60
Texans 2 6) 3 8)
HOGS Heavy 3 80 4 01
SHEEP Fair to choice 3 00 3 75
FLOUR Choice 2 70 3 85
WHEAT-No 2red 7Hi 74H
CORN No. 2 mixed MM 26H
OATS-No. 2 mixed 18tf 19
RYE-No.2 33 S9tf
BUTTER-Creamery- 17 23
LARD-Wcstern steam 5 10 5 15
PORK 37H SIX
CATTLE Common to prime. . 3 35 i 60
HOGS-I'acklnK and shipping. 3 85 4 l!tf
SHEEP-Fair to cholco 2 50 3 B0
FLOUR WIntor wheat 2 55 3 55
WHEAT-No. 2 red C8JO 68K
CORN-No.2 8K 28X
OATS-No. 2 10H 195
RYE NK 39X
DUTTER Creamery 14 18
LARD 5 25 5 27J4
PORK 0 60 B65
CATTLE Native Steers 3 90 4 50
HOGS-Good to Cbolco 4 30 5 03
FLOUR Good to choice 3 40 4 00
WHEAT-No. 2 rod. 74 75
CORN-No.2 37K 38
OATS-No 2 25JK 26
BUTTER Creamery 17 19
PORK-Mcss 10 CO 1150
Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take
on every trip a bottlo of Syrup of Figs, as lt
acts most pleasantly and effectually on the
kidneys, liver, and bowels, preventing fe
vers, headaches, and other forms of sick
ness. For sale In 60 cent and f 1 bottles by
all leading druggists. Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Company only.
Great names debaso instead of raising
those who know how to use them. Roche
foucauld. Beeciiam's riixs for constipation 10c and
25c. Get the book (freo) at your druggist's
and go by it. Annual sales 6,000,000 boxes.
"You told mo you and Harry loved at
first sight." "Yes, but wo quarreled on ac
The Grip of Pneumonia may be warded off
tvlth Halo's Honey of Horebound and Tar.
Piko'sToothacho Drops Curo in ono minute.
I know no such thing as genius; it is
nothlug but labor and diligence. Hogarth.
I utcd Elift Cream Balm
for catarrh and ftaw r-
cclvcd great Untftt. I be-
Mere it a toft and certain
curt. Very pleasant to
take. Wm. Prater, Xo
Chester, IT. T.
BBBBWavrm i-4j m
wr""-sfM Jt m
ELT8 CREAM BALM Opens and elesnien tb
Naial Passages. Allays Pain and IndnmmattoD,
Heals tbeSorei.Proteculhe Membrane frnmcolds
Itestores tbe Senses of Taste and Smell. Tbe Balm
Is quickly absorbed and gives relief at once.
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agree
able. Price H) cents at Dnwrlsta or by mall.
ELY BROTIIKK8, 56 Warren Street, New York.
on ah area. No experience re
aulrMi. nimrtlnn forinroutv
Ingfreo. Addree- T.J.Bkihnib. Columbus, Kan.
Morphine If ablt Cnred In 10
Is XOdiiyi. No par till cured.
UK. J. 81EriIE!8, Lebanon, Ohio.
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When you spend a dime for "Battle Ax.
Plug, you get 5 1 ounces. When you spend
the same amount for any other good tobac
co, you get 3j ounces, or for 5 cents you
get. almost as much "Battle Ax." as you do
of other high grade brands for JO cents.
I Premium No, 1 Chocolate I
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$ Dorchester, Mass., has been cele- X
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$ a nutritious, delicious, and flesh- jg
forming beverage. Sold by gro- :
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! Price dirt cheap! Wholerale Hit for market (rardener Send!
12 In itamna and tret our Mammoth Plant and Seed Cataloctl
land & package of the pumpkin yellow watermelon sensation.!
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The Ins and Outs of It.
If you get best wear out of a coat, best work must
have gone into it. You can't get good bread out of
Moral : You can't get the best out of anything, unless
the best is in it; and the best has to be put in before it
can be taken out. Now, we have a rule to test those
sarsaparillas with a big "best" on the bottle. "Tell us
what's put in you and we'll decide for ourselves about
the best." That's fair. But these modest sarsaparillas
say: " Oh 1 we can't tell. It's a secret. Have faith in
the label." . . . Stop I There's one exception ; one sar
saparilla that has no secret to hide. It's Ayer's. If you
want to know what goes into Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ask
your doctor to write for the formula. Then you can
satisfy yourself that you get the best of the sarsaparilla
argument when you get Ayer's.
Any doubt left ? Get the " CoTebook."
It kills doubts but cures doubters.
Address : J. C. Ajrer Co. , Lowell, Mass.
THE AERMOTOB CO. doe halt tbe world's
windmill business, because It his reduced tbe cost ot
wliid power to 1 ia wtiat It was. It bu miaj brand
nouses, ana supplies lis eooas ana repairs
u your aoor. 11 caa ana aoes iurnisu a
oeuer article ior less moncr man
olhers. It makes Pumping and
Ooared, Steel, Galvanised after.
ComDletlon windmills. Tlltlnir
&nC Fllod-Hteel Tawnn.RtA.1 rtnxzSai.
Frames. Steel Feed Gutters and Feed
Grinders. On application It will nsme ens
Ot these artltlfta that It will riiml.h nntll
January 1st at 13 the usual price. It also makes
lanes ana rumps ot an ainas. Hena for catalogue.
Factory t 12th, Rockwell and Fillmore Streets, Colette.
butselldlrcctto the consumer
at wholesale prices. Ship any.
. jSTcryining warranted.
no styles of Carrlaees.
odf styles ol Harness, 41
styles Riding Saddles.
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