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'Fmgl-ýIl a~lf that a of r: -
& better understandling of the
alent nature of the minany phys
whlch vanish be fore pro per ef
e efforts --plei sa n1t efforts
Irectcd. - IThere is comfort in
ledge, that so many fornm, of
are not doe to ainy actmal 1 1 is
sinply to a constipatcel condi
system, which tke pleasant
stive, Hyrup of F igs. prompt
, That iN why it is the only
with millionsof families, and is
esteemed so highly 1by Il
good health. Its enlefi ial
edue to the fact, that it is t he
y which promotes internal
without debilitating tlle
O which it acts. It is therefore
t, In order to get its loIur
ets, to note when yoiu pur.
you have the genuine arti
Is manufactured by theCa ('Ili
Syrap Co. only and zold by
enjeyment of good health,
system is regular, laxatives or
lee are then not needed. If
- with any actual disease, one
eommended to tho most skillful
but if in need of a lanrative,
have the best, and with the
d everywhere, Syrup of
a highest and Is most largely
givelost general satisfaction.
tet fledical Discovery
of the Age.
MAEDY, Of ROXBURY, MASS.,
ed in one of our common
ds a remedy that cures every
umor, from the worst Scrofula
a common Pimple.
tried it in over eleven hundred
never failed except in two cases
r humor). He has now in his
over two hundred certificates
aW within twenty miles of
postal card for book.
is always experienced from
and a perfect cute is war
the right quantity is taken.
tIe lungs are affected it causes
pains, like needles passing
them; the same with the Liver
This is caused by the ducts
ed, and always disappears in a
ltaking it. Read the label.
stomach is foul or bilious it will
ish feelings at first.
ge of diet ever necessary. Eat
you ca2 get, and enough of it.
tablespoonful in water at bed.
PoM 6.. JII orrw'ists.
~klU~oileg o Teass. A tlhsougb Short.
5.AddbromS, A. 5&3EON. iris
ssiAdvise as to Psiestabiltty of In.
St "tavenor' Ouids or How to Oets
Wsa0IiiWtsh D. C.
see1~· seestin Gol e lor tie
Sa mo·-ln.. M. P. ro
We lVTh5.oute Thonsado
Do. MUu, Qultme, Nigh.
U iDmI , Iee
U.. 5kb Paw.
GAVE HER CONSENT
To Have Her Ccrr nponlfdeace With
Dr. Hartman Published,
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olbl. 4Il %%a I)fie. f!!ra. 1 ll. lt. NO
lI . .a mal nu i t l i I.i," I o l ili wh i it t.li
yta i I (I I I (Ii. I , ave I tutuf I ,% I IIlqevr
f ls nt , t 4f t P11 ): tl I i Iit 4t ors
trh~1· fly co id n tial:lr n~tu l l 1
Hain l r1 . f T s . A, il,,-,. *o,. 189:1.
Hlavhin read your kiiid onor to siffM,
micl in a regard to mt, y ail) :)ii ;I ,ioi
yvars or ago. I havo twen t hlled
for aboit, sfvinI yvar4 Ni t h a I It i IIgi
inll y Ioft Viid l v y low flown. I "llf
f- a rj-pat deal tt in
almo itt tihrown into col inlsio4lnS. iThe
flow is not sufflicitit, amd very )IpI- at
first. Have been treated by a tgreat
1many dotorl', ibut on't gret e il.
'Tlley say it is illflariniationi of theI
Bandera. 'Tex. , Sept. 2". 1 90.. I
have followed directions as best I vilhi d
aitd ]feel imlch betteor, though my side
hurtit i some durhlilg my lriodl , buit
notd 141 mu',1h as before. .1 llo fltow w1 u.
not saitlicient. My ltigis art .it n
me some, t-ronble. I expetorate a
hliunderii, Tex., Jan. 1, i1891. iave
behn intenrding to writ.e for o.som time
to tell youl tlhe g(ood ftlets derived
from Pto-ru-nal. I Clhave It (1o9lic oil
ing to directilis for two IontIls as
-arl-y as I co 11( an mustsay, thunkil
to Y4o, for rI e almost as well its I
cver did. I recorumeld PIe-r1-na1 to all
my fri-lns, for it will St'comlnldiuih nil
that is claiiimed for it.
landerl, Tex., Jin. 2.7), 1891. --it iN
with ieuh pleasurlo that I gcrive my full
consent for you te use my lett er fo
publication. Will 1do 1all 1 el for youri
worthy illedi vine.
MRs. SALLIE, lRVENPOrT.
Send syiptionis, duration of illless.
and treatment already received to 1)r.
H artman, and direetions or treat i111t
will be sent promptly. Tbose who
wish Dr. Ifartman's little book, writ
ten expressly for women, can get one
free by addressing The Pe-rni-na Drug
Manifacturing Company, Columbils,
Millions of Bibles.
Thle American Bible Soelet y isslel
1,70,28:I copies of the scriptures du
ing the year ending March $1. The3
society has issul (during the eighty
years that It has been in existenceI
To Obseerve *Hlrd Day."
An appeal for the observance of a
-bird day" In the schools of the coun
try has been issued by the department
of agriuelltulro at Washlihgton. The
object is to devote the day, to be set
apart once a year. or to be combined
with "arbor day," to instruction in the
value of 1our native birds, amd them
means of protecting thue from wartor.
ei(-4 rile't ioll.
I' oste idcte on. vce
Can a hammock ho cualled a spooii
flow to (irow 40c WVheat.
Salzer's Fall Seed Catalogue tells
you. It's worth thousands to the wide
awake farmer. Send 4b-ent stamp for
catalogue and free samples of gralns
and grasses for fall sowing. JTohn A.
Saizer Seed Co., Lahrosse, Wis.
Times aiRe good or' ill, as your bust
ness is attended to.
If the Daby I. Cutting Teeth,
h e ure' and ulne' that nl an eII-trie remedy. MM
WileLow's Sutulseg Stmeur r Children Tectalagh
No one should play anether maan's
Sgame, but we all do it.
ANY ONE who haN been beneited by the
use of Dr Williamni' Pink Pillswll receive him.
mormlation of much valuend inter'st by wilt.
lnt to Pink Pills, P. 0. Box 1592, Philadelphia.
- A kiss composed largely of teeth and
nose, indicate a novice.
S$stopped free and permanently cured. 14d
afMetenr Arst' day's use ot be. Klinet'siieat Nerve
betrr Free $3truil bottle amnd re~atise.
$*84to D. Eias,$1 reh IL. Phlalidelphla, ft.
A good husband sheculd be as patient
as a suueccsesful retail gr-ocer.
Rails Catarrb Cure
Is a constitutlor al cure. Price, The.
- We contend that Riothing looks
worse than spots on a m~an' ..nt
RA4 E I j EL l "ANT
IINIMEDIATI ACTION IF, SA!U TO
40fliverrs q.t tshw , 4iden r.arriamn % r' N u0%
410r,11 pondol 1 ofr
((Jii.~4Ju~i44i~t ) 4'
t ) lII - I )lidoI I ' T i :
~32:~~i~i: I wrl I v, I I hat 1)'ic)~, (
h igilg lie (iult,
plhan 4 i in he saledi
lie says, "to the oil
portunllity W%-1 i v 11
our protectoraie ov ir Somialiland givev
us for conustituitiiig a prltion (Jrof iat
(otantry I. saietuariY for the reoiaiiiing
1h11(1s of those alllilua -at, omlpportuini':
so favorable in ;ii I 1Mpvcts I litI it
il0etllS onY vlleve sIIary to stalte tie case
to insure tilt,11(O 101tioll of tills 11114-111,1if'.
Of late A-pars Somaliland has been tIra
VErs5J'd by miorous parties of sporids
men anti Oile herds of elephants which
a few years ago inhabited I he mountain
Snligei' behin liil lrbhra lhave 'been driven1
oiiut. 'Thlis took place iII the Ibelt of
Ioulititry. the hlunting in w\\hich iii now
r'serveid for the uitse of ofHicers of tle
Adeln ganirison. 'T'hese Ilerdls, or Ithe
renilants of ihom, haive taken refuge
morie than a hundred miles farther to
Ihe west, inI tlhe country of the (1ada
luirsi to the south of Zeiia. This largo
Hract has been recently aidded to the
Aden reserve, which therefore now
againii contains elephanits. My siiggrn
tion is that the shooting of vlejphantt;
shoild he prohiited within thlie whole
of the reserve. Greiat advantages are
granted to the ofliers of the Aden gar
rison, which I should be the last to
grulge t hem, and it is a small conces
shon to ask them to niake in return
that, within certain specifled limits,
they should abstain altogether from
killing elephants. I do not for a mo
ment believe that these gentlemeu, who
are good sportsmen. would oppose this
Ineasure. Even if the privilege were
nominally retained for them It would
not be of long duration. The experi
enice of the past would be repeated. It
is not that the animals are extermi
nated; the essential fact to be remem
bered is that a single shot fired at one
member of the herd is enough to make
a whole band abandon that part of the
country. This belt of country in par
ticularly favorable for the constitution
of such a sanctuary. It is compara
tively near home and therefore likely
to be under constant observation. I
saw tracks of elephants on the fifteenth
day from leaving London. The close
supervision by the assistant residents,
who are able and experienced adminis
trators, stationed on the coast, would
be comparatively easy, owing to the
fact that numerous parties of sports
men traverse the region it question
every year and wouldi, of course, re
port. They are also kept Informed by
native caravans who visit the coast for
purposes of trade and who, owing to
the wise and just treatment which they
have received, are iour fa:t friendil. Th1I
8omalis are unarmnedi except with
spears and therefore have not the
power, even if they had the will, in
go behind the restriction. They de
cline to eat the flesh of elephants,
therefore an elephant killed is a ton
of meat wasted, which be a thing ab
horrent to us all. The region in ques
tion, which is mountainous, with fairly
abundant forests and river beds bor
dered with dense jungle, is peculiarly
attractive to elephants. Let me deal
with possible objections. I have hear~d
it urged that the ofRcers at Aden would
make so little use of the right that
there is no purpose in restricting them.
I do not think they would make this
claim for themselves. On the contrary,
I have reason to expect the hearticat
co-operation from the authorities at
Aden. It is obvious that a sanctuary
in which the favored few are allowed
to go on killing elephants is no sanc
tuary at all. It has been said that re
striction for this area would be useless,
al the Abyssinlans, who have guns.
raid it in search of Ivory; but to tA'is
I reply-first, that such raids should
be prevented, and, secondly, if the ele
phants were thus harassed they would
find a refuge in the eastern part of the
reserve, which they frequented less
than ten years ago and which is out of
reach of the Abyssinian frontier. A
memorandum embodying these con
uiderations has been forwarded to the
India office. It has, I believe, been
favorably entertained by the secretary
of state and forwarded to the govern
ment of Bombay, under whose political
' supervision Somalilaid lie. My pur
pose in writing to you is to invite an
expression of opinion from naturalists,
sportsmen, and not least, from those
interested in the future of Africa. The
question of once more utilizing the
African elephant, as was certainly done
in Ptolemale times, may be one for sub
sequent consideration. The preserva
tion of th; race from extinction is ur
gent. Two or three years hence it may
be too late so far as Somaliland is con
Cost of a Masleal Edamatlon.
The charges of eminent singing
teachers in Paris vary greatly. ?iar
chesi demalds $70 a month and will
take no pupils 'who will not begin with:
her from the very rudiments of the art.
Mme. Lagrange has $3 a lemon from
professionals and )4 a lIaon from am
ateurs.. tpe. Sene flhmihurd. ehargu
$4 at i. Boibl gahs. *' a
month. 1 SIk ilhlth 4 5 Wto Ar
II r v ..4r % III it I I 4 jI 1 -4' . 1,
l .4r4' L4w\In I it I!he thint4 l
h I I -.x
I i'14 it4 (iltiii ilte it 1 Ltl'I'
Ioift' iii 1 0ii o o' i wl ill ,
1 ;: ) il~ I 'i4L iv 14 Itiuri' wit n Ii 1)'4
Ic~t ii variti lot lile sllglilesti c·le to a
11 % iflbt out' bi i citti' tli sl . I; 1 ill i f 4 .11 14'
oI tinte tlo rle'vc ((iI(r!;ritli t ,~I (li (11144
lin co n t Jal i tl 4:1114li fiy 141,1n1. 1, hi l. i
hh-;lilte New Yirk ,ilounall.
SfoI-f.s, -Ovllotrioll' mld poog
l Iv (Iobbl 1 lilt- dolniz no ofa era
I I'l- i- tl4.4t o 1lft) slthtt of 14 0- i orh
for soli lilg fo ai . d Thes iphtt ofl i l of Illt
snioverl hoing ill quest-ion, R6e1ol-Iivi S111
li i luti was la ' id 1(10 Iillt0. 11 th o the r -
ioltem n It 1 tiitl etnl~n. A I14th( Ieu'n hot oi'
ivotilr 1i t ta I lood .14) I oli1 lt ilt
Ii cii) i ~ilsotlt 'Vitifr' Ii 4 iv i t1)'i 4 o lie
tile:t withow watno or r aits Ifamer
iian I l-a opac I to d dlor oped piod
golo q 0-ffetienkeltss alId conitinuily. It
cord. S1Illi4at racsketketd t Ie I mInes
act ill Vain for loud. SlIgebst clow Lo a
tou'la, itt 4 insp ng. I have 'toy~liml hom
mly cover ing th Iullestinhll. T hglg411 o
Martin Albert. a ingdfoaster, who livets
o they floor above Harry and owns set,
hnibling, for no dscriptiok? of th' no' s
whiChV 114-0i So lIIO'ik g 0t Iiug po
per ill I il hoiuse.
"Oh, Jnudgv." sall! Mr. Albwrt. "that,
11111 4. a wonder. At holler factory
jwou4lde. 1bw aWOlsl e aI stair a.1 a cornit
In vompai)1.sonl with Huarry* snmores. l11
begins ther is loi escapte f droppedm til into(.
ibed, and the raht I uhe all night. be
It is not 1ba lod, judge, b ownsti htd
boanght al raspingtl . Now hav lcve holnt
"from a hand rhemusician's standpoiead of nighti c
ecuitlon of trills, ('hrouiaties. and i'a
to hear It orri block away, and toere isnd
notmy a Retrnd or fllr stop hanging out ofle
the wvindow-s waiting for ine, hwcanso,
thscore."i not sleep."
"What is thp noise liko?"
"WThe defendanll. t s not was given anyhing oppor
atunity to defenh such wonderful breathinge
powl;r, 1w would be it stat- a., a cornelt
to acknowleTherge escthat he disfrom the notie.
peace and quiet of Mr. Martin's flat. It
Unthe did, It was ught in tentionale andt, whI be-t
lievwas more, some adid not Intend to downstairsy tp
bonights to prevent tle. Now RecorI er Sull-at
lie has a circular saw somiowhere in hiS
"Frovan advised Barry to movein ot readjust ex
crution of trills, chrontatics. and (n-i
hidenzas breat horribly vividing appatu, and theren dis
chnot a retard or full stop i ihim wole
Tribt to er score."mor
The deIllfenois Cedantl train was given an oppor
hundrity to defend himself. He declined
to acknowledge that he disturbed the
peace and quiet of Mr. Martln's flat. If
for the city, and at a little staentional, and, what
old farmer came abdid not intend to stay upit
nightse, weazened man, wit. Recorder Sulensitive
motkvan advised Barry to move or readjust
his breathings ill-fitting clothes were evdis
chargdently his most uncomfortable be.t. H
slid softly inbute to a seat oury.e by a
Thgrave straIllinois Central train was half nper.
hundTwo, threde times the from Chicago, headed
for the city, and at a little stationg land
sold farmer camThe strangerd. was asrk lith
tlie, weazenrubled :mane;, with sensitivel
moutk half concealed by an Iron-gray
beard. His Ill-fitting clothes were evi
denwistfully at his uncomfortable best. Henion.
slidThe latter spoke at occuplast withed by a
strange huskiness ading a newspaper.
Two, three times the old man turned
his am going toward the brwcity forlying land
ond time In my life,"' lie s'tld, half
"cape. Thty ears come July s went withe
thfor a wtroubledding suit, and amd goingtd
back there to-day for a cnoffn and a
shroud for te l Ittele woman that inth
"IYou don't know what it is, mister,
to live and work 'lonwside of a woman
for thirty years, day in andt day out,
to find her always patient and willing
and working--and then leave her lying
dead and cold with her wornout hands
crossed on her breast. It wrm just a
little after the turn of the night, and
nobody but me was watching, when
Mar'glie kinder woke oip,
f'David,' says she, d itn restful-so
restful, and I am so tired.' And so she
went to sleep again and waked up In
eternity. You know, stranger, these
words of hers have set me to thinking.
Poor, tired sonu. I never knew how much
she needed rest. We never thought of
It while we were working and skimp
arg and saving, trying to lay ip some
Ithing for the children. She never had
any pleasure, she never took any aIli
days or visited the other women. She
raised the children and slopped the
wpgs, and milked the cows, and churned
and cooked for harvest hands, I mever
knew or thought how she did it all
with those poor crossed handa of hers.
"Some folks say It: won't do any
good, mister, but r am going to see that
she is put away In something rich, We
wasn't skimping and saving for thirty
years for this, but I'm going to have
the best money can buy. She's earned
it, God knows."-St. Louis Republic.
The cret or harv7eta Popularity.
Now the bicycle has offered to the
'great majority of eitzens a means of
athletic exercibu and open-air enjoy
anent, for which they need not be espe
cially equipped by nature, Man and
woman, weak and strong, dwarf and
300-pounder-all sbrts and conditions
tof men-tcan and do learn to wheel,
and with comparatively small pbrsever
ance become as proficient for all prac
''tical purposes as the most haadsomely
epdowed athlete of them all. 'This is
the tre secret o the bicycle's ttrm
hold on the public, and here is nts
l aoqpedte b aetur
wosbmand-"Duwe a'tjoak ydt ng w ard
30-one-l sorts and ' codti
-I it ;I- loIII) ~ I' i I Il l I,,,! f'',~ .( ;I
4, Ila I III f tol cmt lol #'f I, I1 I I fll~
it I ,I ' V I I O
I illlP I X
lii- x ir c * xii il Il d Ii I V I 'III i o a - I x
of l laid 11 re-i.x iit ail'l 11100 EVA
i 1 (. k ixi ( i\v iitw; the Sout li ( 'oive --,- i iI
I'l I I It ý I - t'oLLi (fill Iti(iic: 1)41\\ ". ;11 ill
aIiIn it liitxiiili oer ivvill ii-tin fr'mll Lw.
iitiu. offuin vax-r-it in it. fould' the citi.qq 1 1
iiujU. la tiitt itixilItil by i'e111c-4. (.11is i t lilt e
!-hulal caeuafrtiie. flositel ti Slttillitil ti li ,
IS hlc11 Ii t proJtect ion an itiri uinvdv-. No lft-,ib
oicone ry li ilitetcc omjeluitit, lioew :ct iii~is Ic Feicir\ I
Ingu. lige'ei.. nhivhi isk flipi tu flile.i Iiaiiwii tviniek.1
fieu iivsicesiui, vowiutip~utcioii Iileliiv iruilex Litmix
IC l.mvicub iiui wi jsht \Is ixwi t
'Mt bloodedl~i ats jactjli sav wi atre.
The Governor of North Carolina said "
to the Governor of South Carolina
"BATTLE AX" is the most tobacco.
of the best quality, for the least money.
Large quantities reduce the cost of
manufacture. the r4sult going to the con
sumer in the shape of a larger piece, for
less money, than was ever before possible.
I"The Quality of Experience"
I Pay.$100--you have a Columbia-the
result of 19 years' experience.
Pay less--you have experiment, at your
Sexpense-the result of competing;
MIore Columbias each successive year.
CatIau of TntM fne at Coumbn a agwca
-a"for wo 2 ciim p
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II:i -~o. ,
to vw )lt(lccI l ht \tlg
Sw, i you call cu I t
1) plcasurc oi ;;ti w aiyn
yo (-,: cII ltgii to PItr
A volir lia ir Ncick as snoti
as yoUl lwv,1n to U se
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME.
Full4 Cmruse I ..le, Ielers, Ariopu, lIaw, Clill. Me
thmalvall & I Elutrldral Iuglnlcsipbg. TI'huwueIi Prepareltei
alld V-na,rcl..I I..n. 11mwa E.4m,' In all mtldente wba.
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4 1111tlvile tIlltifllr If Camldsates tar the
.Iala* a( stulat 1%ill lo re.rvlvull alt peclal rawte.
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