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Is so important that
everybody knows its ne
cessity ami value. And
tlierc is nothing so pop
ular and so successful
for the purpose, as
For two ye an I suffered terribly
With stomal h trouble, mid win fot
nil that time under tnatimnt by a
jiliysii ian. lie finally, nflir trying
everything, said htoinarli was about
woni i nt. and that I would have to
ceasucatiiiK sulid f mk! fur a time at
least, I was so weak that I could
not wot It. l'mallv mi iIip rimm.
Iilviidatimi of a friend who had used
with Ihik licial re
sults, I procured a
bottle of August
rlower, mid com
WPin ed iimiijj it. It seemed to do
me kmm1 t once. I gained in
strength ntid flesh rapidly j my np-jK-tite
iM i aine i;ikk1, and 1 suffered
no had cllivts ft. mii what I Hte. I
frt-l now like n new man, mid con
sider that Aui;ust Mower han en
tirely ruled me of 1 vitH'si;i in its
worst form. J amiss V.. Dkhkhick,
Sauerties, New York.
V. II. ftsey, St. Oeorce's. ,S. C,
writes: I Imvf used your August
Flower for HyspepMa iiinl find it mi
excellent letliedy. a
Bui do not nit the dingerotn ilkilln.
nd nurcurhl preparations which dMlroj
your nervous system and ruin the digestive)
power ol the stomach. The vegetable king
dom gives us the best and safest remedial
agents. Dr. Shermir devoted lh greater
part ol his tile to the discovery ol this relia
ble aril sale remrdy, and eil its Inrjredientl
are vegetable. He give II the mine ol
Prickly A3., DISfsrs !
name every one can remember, and lo the
present tl?y nolhin has been discovered that
I so beneficial lor the (V COD, lor the
LIVER, lor 11.9 KimVS "l r lb
STOMACH. This remedy Is now so well
and lavoialily know by all who have used
II thai artiumfnls a: t Ms merits are use
less, anj if others who require a correct
ive lo the syslont would but give it a trial
the he-l!hi ol this country would be vastly
Improved. Remember the name PRICKLY
ASH BITTERS. Ask your druggist tor II.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Skeletons in closets
or bone on w.ir Lawn are alike un
desirable. NVitliT are K-antilul but a
"HAimnV Sri:m. Picket Fence
Is. It will H"ri:CT WITHOUT CON
CEALING yi.ur L.-uvn anj is "dog tight"
We sell mire Lawn Fencing than all
Ptlier manuf K'tarvrs enmbinrj because it
Is the HANI)S ST anj HHST FENCE
m.iJe, anj CHLAI'LI' THAN Wi KID.
Oiir "Steel Picket" tj.ites. Tree and
Flower f JjarJs, anj Flexih! Steel Wire
I)r M Ms ;i-e line n ilej. A 4pa;xe il
lustr.il. J cit.il.i'ie f "H AMMAN SPE
CIA1.TII S"in.iilrJ free. Mention tliis paper.
IIAKTMAN MFC CO.,
WORKS: - REAVER FALLS, PA
niMNI MI S:
508 STATE STKEET, CHICAGO.
1416 West Eleventh St., Kansas City.
,o Oumrr. Street. Nrw York.
, So-ith lrsv!V Strl. Atljm.
W. L. DOUGLAS
- --isstan llsieael-wlti, ait lr::.itl and BtjU
i-t .j-,... vi , M1 u ...nimf-riii- it-lf.
ttjf JM Hatxf-orwral writ. A t'n- ill Mil unrqaai.
.-I 1... t .t .1 ot:rt.iliiv.
3" i"'rMP W( lt 'ait(lanldrrssSho,ka
or 1 etrt;illjr adapt! for
a) Ta.liMi l iii'-n tarntrra. cli
All imji.i.- 111 r.,Titf(- -. It.ifon nnA f.pt.
O A for .Mr1l-, i trie otiU kmmd-rm-4 ibMloM
O "t Ihi. ...t"!li'- f""-
fO-fr ltncfila hor f.r l.ailltHa. 1- ft tit w rlrpartor
daC ana )'i trtii!f - (,i Ih-i-otiii' ip- tiii!mr.
A.MI Ahttr lor ldlt, mn4 91.7b tear MlMMltlU
afc retain Hit ir t:iictK' tor --'yir.rtc.
AH jjood wa rrn iiTm1 iirct -.TriiiTH-d with nam? on hot
tn. If Hilrrrtiitii local asrvni i-nnot nupply 700,
tvml llrrt to f .irt"rr c iiclukiutf atlvrrtiM'd rlcdl or
WKM I.lt. d-'rtier in i-r; rliv r.l town not
v-uilfd i- tak- nrluMrr ttnry. All aurnm !
fttt.l in L--11I in-r. N-nd for lihifrtej cstaloculk
my- tats rinR-mjtrt
L'Art De La Mode.
T OOLOICKD PLATrJL
UI THZ L1TTST rt9 ill m
tVOrrfr-r It of rnnr KmHlM
I or Td U r:-.for Uif-t number U
. J. MOIImK. Pa,hlifc-r,
S rmt lVth l. K.w lavh
rsu tu runtssv mm kimm
The Best U.S.
I 0. W. SIM
U RnsTniKiss. i
ABB SOLD BY
0. W. SIMMONS A CO..
HER TYRANT MASTER.
With cheHt wlmr from klMHi of the front,
Dlue UufhltMr jroa, od ttblolng bftlr, wlotV
8hr rtnni in broithHHii. bright, a lftt lftta,
Fair u s (lrruu, but pttlletN wt i'mte.
Btic- utrusrfflM with br rubbers on tbr nst,
KT by hr liirkft and banr up her bat.
Full off hrr gloved, nod umrmUy thoughtful
Ik--Ida the regUtrr. to warm br faanda.
I look Hp, at hr wift "good monilng; tho
I Bjutniiie "niornlttg," and lay dowa my pro.
And tlxn br laU IwitIum. and, like a Turk,
I kop hrr -how rfDiorwlcNffly at work
8hra my typewrtter jrrt, and I'm hr 1ioim.
I tit ar hrr ti-ll the bonkkeepor I'm "en ran,
And "haul to plraw." ireat Set it I lhtt Un'
If h- roiiiil iiiy know tiow Imrd I'm hit '
Oh. -N. I t-i.( 1 jut dear, t nair and yi-II,
f'tily h-r u-t- iu I'U iixi- me far ton
Al-t iHruitf I d hi: toknut-k In two
Tiietwi! yi'unr f' llow who a:kt Imme with
- Madeline H. Hrldge, In I'urU.
Locating1 tho Traitor In a XlunstHn
iue liltti-rly in1 w iiiti-r'a rvt-iiitiix
flvt men VffP Miiti'il tntrtlllT In
ainull rNtiii in a Immist hitiiiilcil In tin
.lewish lituirtrr (f H litlsV lilld lurL'flv
p' n I at 'il IiiiKsiun t'lty. I iiiMnr
nun of tlie rMiin mis ji a untlii'(l h
till I'XllTIIIll nM'l-t I if tilt linllM llHl'lf,
I lie Military u itnluw n u totally eon
ii-alt'il ,y a hi iivy fmleil eiirtniii, (I-
fH iiiliiitr from the roof. kimI iin Dim wiml
liioliiinl (lisiiuiHv tlinilih tin lifokrii
foitit'H of 1 I jihh lt. Komlier -ft ih K mvhvi'
tiiinl fro. 'I lie lliinaten of this inoiirii
fill ilen were M-utnl iirotiiiil the tuhle.
Mimldiuf their iiNa ami tulkiiif. hh If
furtively, In uIiI-imth. Ah the feehle
rn,v of (he entHlle fell fitfully Uhhi
the eniniuitiy they revenleil the youth
fill fiieei of four htilileiitH. The chief
MioheMiiati. however, nun n tinu h i lh-r
mini, ni-itiiri-iillv iiImmiI llfly, lili
hhol't, ptllllteil iMllhl, fxllllL'tfV hroWK
iiinl lii t n, jietiet ruling even of the (lurk
est him. The otherN Heferentiiilly ml
lire! the hM'iiUer h 'mifriMir,"
nml Mieh. imleeil, he ntiKUt that tiini
lit II tti ll-U How n HehiHil nf llinllt lne In
I III the ii'Miit NeiiKlon. linWever. he
M-li)iHii, Dot of seleitee, hilt of the
ti-rrilili- il(Mtriiie of ttvnsilnjitioti.
t'rof, V ivjisii lilliMNt, n reputed
CoIosmi of eruft til tin 4lietiilimticii
of revolutioiuirv (lHtriiieN4 timl on 1h
jtat-th itlar evening In question he was
eiiriHfeil in utlviH'ating with hery vl
ciuetH'e the Hsnsjuut ion f u eertain
rolouel who had lately leen jrouiot
to the rank of ehlef entnttiisioiier of
the seeret wlie. Ai the night won
mi their n-liifNnil eonversiitiiiii tvn
Mifl'letily niterriipteil hy n low- knock
I ng at the outer oor. In n moment
the conspirator prang noiselessly to
their feet ami libelled with hated
lirenth. The soiintl we n'nteil
Meiiliar whistle w iin heard from w ith
nut. and the listeners exchanged sig
Iiificant glance and quietly resutiictl
their Heats. Presently cautioiiH fiwit
f.tepH were heard in an outer room, the
ilnor was opened, una 11 young man
hastily entered. Hi face was pale
his hi miner agitated, and us lie re
turned his companions' salutations he
regarded them with a fixed und angry
You have kept us watting. vm-
ralc." exclaimed the professor, pulling
calmly at his pipe. "I'gh! we an al
most f rozen. for the air f this wretehed
apartment is ijuite Silurian. Hut now
to husiness. We will warm inirselves
with talk, ami tire our minds with the
prospect of reveuge."
There w as a murmur of approval. It
was notieetl. however, that the young
man who had just appeared upon the
pecne tok his seat in silenee. and. rest
ing his elbows tifion the table, slowlv
hcrutinized the faces of his eomradt
"My dear pnt lessor. he said at
length, "we cannot possibly proeeed at
present with this business, "
"Why not?" was unanimously asked.
i;cause," replied the .latest comer.
0-s he ijiiietly snufTel the eantlle "lie
cause one of us is a traitor.
"A traitor!"cxclaimed the men. start
ing to their feet.
"Yes. comrades, we are lietraved;
mid as no one kuows of this plot of
ours except ourselves, it is plain, I
think, that one of us has turned in
"You are mad to say so." hoarsely
exclaimed the professor: "but in heav
en's name, what has happened? Come,
tell us quickly This is no jesting mat
ter." "Listen, then. On my way hither,
comrades, I entered a cafe de Paris to
pip a cup of tea and smoke a cigarette.
happened to ait Ieside two officers of
the secret police, and as one of them
was somew hat tipsy, 1 could distinctly
hear his conversation. I found it rath
er interesting. He told his companion
that he was under order, to surround
this old, deserted house at midnight
it was near eleven now and to
arrest all persons found within. He
mentioned, moreover, all our names,
and added, with a maudlin laugh, that a
certain person, to whom the administra
tion is eternally indebted, would lie
found in our midst playing the part of
conspirator. Now. comrades. I have
done. What shall we do?
The men Loked at each other in
dismay. A deid silence filled the room,
for the mere Mispicion of treachery
nmnng the men who had solemnly ded
icated their lives to the sacred cause of
lilierty seemed to hold them dumb.
Such villainy in their very midst
among men banded together in sacred
bmtherhiMKl w ae a greater crime than
the merciless acts of a despot and his
"If this is true. aid the professor,
in a voice of snppretssed rage, "then I
will no longer lielieve in human fidelity,
or the future of our cause. But death!
if the story is true. Which of us is the
informer?" added the speaker, staring
fiercely at the pale faces of his com
panions. Ilfih: it is useless to ask-that, my
clear professor." exclaimed Ivan such
was the name of the youth who had
brought the strange intelligence as he
advanced to the door of the room,
locked it, and placed the key in his
pocket. "Every one will assert his
innocence of course. But. comrades,
fruppose we endeavor to find him out?
Let us search each other. The traitor,
whoever he may be, must doubtless
have in his possession some proof of his
guilt. At least, the experiment is
worth trying. AY hat say you?
"Agreed: agreed: exclaimed the
nihilists as with one accord they
sprang convulsively to their feet. One
of the students a tall, lank youth.
with a somewhat foppish appearance
objected, however, to the proposal.
"But why? hotly demanded the pro
fessor, who seemed all eagerness to
begin tht Investigation.
"Because, was the hesitating re
joinder, "honor ought to be enough.
Besides there is something- degrading
in the Idea of searching one another, as
if. indeed, we were a lot of pickpockets.
80 let us break up the meeting. This
excitement is absurd, and renders the
discussion of our plot impossible. As
for the story told by the drunken soldier
in the cafe, I don't believe a word of
These words produced an angry mur
mur among the excited conspirators.
The prote&t seemed to rkUcalous; nd
as the clamor Increased Ivan turned to
the. speaker and warlnly exclaimed:
"Very well; we shall abstain from
searching you, since you wish it; but
remerulH-r this, that if n-e fall to find a
clew to the Informant nmon'f those who
willingly submit to the eo:i (nation we
shall then know upon whom to fix our
suspicions. Now, comrades, search me
first; I am ready.
In a moment the speaker's pockets
were emptied of their content, ami
even the lining nf his clothes was care
fully searched, hut licyond a few old
love-letter, some political pamphlets
and an KnglUh newpaper with a para
graph obliterated with hiinpblaek noth
ing of an incriminating character was
found. A second student readily suit
initted to the test if lest It was - with
similar results. Then a third stepped
forward nml placed himself in the hum's
of his companions. If tit at that moment
a curious incident occurred. An invisi
ble hand suddenly extinguished the light
of the candle, and in a second the roiii
was plunged in utter darkness.
What di'l it mem 1? W ho hud ijuenehed
the light? I'or a moment the nihilists
remained mot ionics, If rooted to the
spot. Ah they listened In alarm tle y
heard a strange, creaking Miiind in the
direction of the curtained window.
Suddenly the voice of I van exclaimed
In the darkness: "Comrades, this Is a
trick! Listen! Some one is endeavor
ing to eseaH by the window! It it tint
traitor at hit. His attempt to escape
In-trays his guilt. Maud back! I know
how- lo deal with him!"
In an instant the n-ortsof three re
volver shot rang throiiv'li Hi roomitiid
wen followed by an Hgoiiiifig yell h
some one fell heavily Uhu the floor.
A profound silence theneiisiieil.
It was 1111 iiu ful situation.
Al length Ivan ohc tit his terrified
"Strike a light now," he said. In 11
trciiildiug voici, "and let us IiniU upon
the face of 11 traitor. Will miotic move?
Are you all afraid to ca.e iiihui the
dead body of 11 miscreant ivho lias be.
t raved Oslo our enemies? t'oiue, pro
fessor, w here lire the matches? You
had them hist. Hut hush! What sound
Is thai? Listen! I y heavens, comrade,
the 1 Mil lee an tioti u already. The
house K Mirroundcd! IJitlck! h'-re is 11
trup'door known tt.v b myself. It
leads lo the main sewer and Is our oiilv
hope of escape. I'otlow me."
limping hand In hand in the dark.
the alTrighted tncti followed the speak
er's directions, and after some momen
tary confusion disappeared into 11
noisome abyss. Nolle too s Nin. In
another instant the door of the room
was haltered to piece., ami i company
if gendarmes entered. Lights were
now llashed in every direction, hut it
was obvious to all that the conspirators
had rscniied. The ollicer in charge
swore long and deep, and ordered the
men to search the house from top to
bottom. Then, advancing toward the
window, he stumbled over a human
What's this?" he exclaimed, exam
mining the dead man's features with a
lantern. 'Ha! so they have caught you
at last, my friend, have they? Well,
you played the spy long and well, but
t always conn to this in t he end."
And tearing down the window cur
ain the otliccr threw it over the ritrid
bod v of the professor. Call Mall Hud-
DEVELOPMENT OF DOLLS.
The IHftVrci"- tlt'twrt-ti The-- of Am Imf
ml if Mitili-rii Vlaiiiitart ure.
The talking doll of oir later holiday
seasons is the lineal descendant of a
rude and simple ancestry. We can
trace its history, with that of civiliza
tion, by the figurines of Tanagra and
the ivory figures of weathy Home. Ily
a comparison of customs among the
South sea, islanders, we mav satisfy
nit-selves that dolls were prized by
hildrcn in prehistoric times.
The daughter of the savage makes h r
iwn doll, and invests it with all tie
graces and charms of form ami dispo
sition. 1 ravelcrs tell us that the make-
ludieve child of the little savage oft -n
consists of nothing more nearly human
than an car of corn in tin husk, a long
gourd or a cueiimlier. or even, in cases
f extreme w ant, a tig leaf made into a
roll. This she s.Hithes and chides, and
sings to. and interests with stories of
her own telling.
The ivory doll of the Unman child
was too costly for the ages that fol
h 1 wed the fa II of t In em pin1. Kor
many centuries dolls mii-t have I mc 11
hietly of home manufacture. The first
shop-made did Is after the middle age
were the jointed wooden dolls of the
Nether'ands. These were known in
Kngland. and in this country, too, in
colonial times, as "Flanders babies."
These "Klemi-h lieauties" an de
scri'ied as having had "round black
heads, with a well-defined blush on
ither cheek.' They were of wood
from crown to toe. Their legs and
arms were jointed. The wig of brow n
hair was fastened to the head by a row
of iron tacks.
Dolls of the latest pattern an now
manufactured in great numbers in Kn
gland and in this country. Vet afcese
ountries still continue to nn-kirt some
f the cheaper kinds from Germany.
The extent to which dolls are manu
factured in Kngland may Ik judged from
the statement, made a few years ago in
the house of commons, that a manu
facturer had an order for five hundred
pounds sterling worth of dolls eyes.
In I''., in the state of New 1 ork and
in New Kngland. there were at least
rty factories engaged in making dolls.
These mills employ hundreds of jht
sons, chiefly women. Kor the produc-
ion of the finest specimens, however.
France holds the first place. Vouth'f
LIME AND LIFE.
A Powerful Affrnt in the Destruction of
The most common cause of death is
fat and lime," said a prominent New
York I'itv physician tin other day.
'Microlies are mere accessories in caus
ing dath. Take myself as a case in
point. Once, when younger. I could
ift my leg on a level with my head. It 1
is an effort for me now to get it half
that distance. Lime deposits are the j
causes of it. It is only a few davs since
that I performed a post-mortem on the
remains of a distinguished journalist.
who died at an ad v a noil age. When I
reached his heart I took my knife, and,
on rubbing it over that organ, it sound
ed as if it were Wing rublcd over a
rough stone. The heart was fairly en
cased in lime. I have now under my
care a distinguished literary man a
nonogenarian. He is going to die.
(The patient has since died 1. Hisdcath
will be caused bv abnormal deposits of
lime. There is no mystery in death. It
is as natural for man to die as to lie
born, c We are born, we develop, we
grow ('grow is right, and we die. Is
there anything strange about that?
Man is like a tree. He lives his time,
then withers, decays and dies. AY hen
we shall have learned everything we
shall be wise enough to prolong the life
of a man, but by reason of the materials
by which the body is composed he must
die. Albany Journal.
Answered in the Negative. I heg
your pardon." suiil a man. as he tapped
Uinwiddie on the shoulder, "but are
yon Owen Brown?" "So, sir." replied
Dinwiddie. with stvonfr emphasis. -l
paid Uruwn's bill day beor$ vester-
HANDY TOOL HOUSE.
Mr. Trrrf Itru-rlhn Hi On In I'm no
III. Oh In Farm.
I nm entiwly Mitlstinl with our t)
liouw. wlirn tukrn in oimiifti'in with
the other tiiiilriinsrft. It just units u
In onler to miike thin plain, a roti'h
imiuml plan of litiiMiiijpi In iriveu,
wlili h l nut "Ira w 11 In rxiwt proportion,
u I am Bivuy from home and hare no
toils. There nre kix puirtt of tloon. in
front of the tool-hull-. . The entire
front in iloor. exeept the p'lst. They
lire linnir lo the iosts liy liinife They
eoiilil not well sliile. I (voulil not hare
them kIiiIp if I eoulil. Tut pohtx iloun
for eml iloors to Kwini; iininst. if you
wish. The llrst four paint of iloon, to
the left, murkeil I, 'J, :i, nml 4. (rive en
trance to the part where we More to!n.
"I" 1 ,-- iloor are made nf n w idth just
riirht for tool to lie put !n. Kor exam
ple, the necotid pair li) uiv K feet w ide,
ami we More in the the manure
hprender, roller nnd ifrniu drill, whii li
are all of nlmiit that Wi.ih. No. A in
ned for Hie earrine. or we eun put. in
two. I iv liackiiiir one in nml running; the
other in thills tlr.t. No. it In u i-inif-way
through to the hed or eovered
yard. We can leave n waifon In there,
or two Mde liy side. 1 1 tat. we iimiiiII.V
leave Hapuii ill tin' eorered yurd II I in
Mlllllller. as Vie do otl.er IimiIh wlllt'h W'0
limy nsliiu They lie- put in the
eoven il yard at nights. M lien we nm
tl.rouh with them for Jie time being
1 :2 ?
they lite ml In Ihelr iliieet In the tool
llMife; but e li e lint go to tills
trouble i ery night. Ill the wilder,
Viiu'otis nr. nut on burn floor of main
I ant, w hi'-h le.ive. si iee In No. It for
hit i 'h mid carriage.
II Is the barn. Notice position of
hornc stilbh ll) with reference to tool
Immisc right handy by for hitchiir' up
or unhitching. The letter l -tiiuds for
d'Mirall through. Notice outside en
t ranee to eo'er'd yard. We can drive
in nfie way, s;iy through the space at it.
in tool hou .e. and unhitch, and then
hifeh itti in the innrniug ttnd go right
i-round out the other d'Kir. with wiigmi
or binder or any tool. Or we can come
) in the oilier vtitv and go out through
tool house. Again we can go through
j stable in main barn. Over aii the
I faees i oo house except fi We llUVC
I a tloor. so as to ii m room nlovc for
Muring odds and ends. Over ImiN the
lb Mir is ab nit 7 feet high: over carriage
sp;tee. a little higher. The dotted lines
siinp:y show Misitiin of jiosts. Then
nre no partitions, of course, in tml
house. The tool om Is J'Jx.Vi feet.
As u-ed in connect ion with other build
ings it just suit- us. We could suggest
tio change, for the better. It is as sung,
with as little wast room, ami i's con
venient as weeoiild make it. With a
thousand dollars' worth of implements
to care f'T. it pays, and so docs the
covered yard, as a teuijiorarv shelter
for tools, say nothing atmut the saving
We v.i-r.' unable to build all at once,
but had the plan laid out and got it
completed as soon as jwissible. The
to.d house was firt built and nicely
linished. at a total cost, including all
lumber, labor, etc.. of 4Xl. Then the
main barn and a part of covered yard
followed in two or three years, at a
cost of alHiut .l.4u. Then last year we
linished up yard to our entire satisfac
tion at a further cost of nearly ?.'u.i.
We might build the tool Iuiiim slightly
different for use ahuie or if differently
situated in reirard to other buildings.
Friend TalNircan ti if lire Ibis out for his j
circumstances. We have the space at
o. ii. p feet wide, whieh is room
enough for driving in three horx's
ubnast and utihit.-hiug them.
The grading in front of tool house,
however, is very carefully done. The
Kpaee is graveled and only -just full
enough to turn the water off iwUh
eaves trough to help), so one man can
readily draw in a wagon or most any
tool. The lb Mir is of earth, of course,
the door jMists resting on stones sunk
in the earth. Then- is tight under
pinning under the other three sides.
The eover.'d yard is in the southeast
corner. It is planked np 7 feet high on
the out ide. and then open feet, thus
giving stock pureairand sunshine with
out exposure to rain or mud. The
buildings protect it from north and
west. There is water there, of course,
as well as comfort for man nnd Insist
(no more mud!) and two or three prof
it s liesides. T. 1 1. Terry, in Uhif
HANDLING BALED HAY.
A Simple Iron Hook Which Kedure the
IjilMir let a Minimum.
It is diflieult to lift an ordinary bale
tut to a wagon more on account of its
miw ieldiuess than its weight. The
wrought iron hook presented in this il
lustration will enable a man to handle
bnli'il hay with much trreatrr ease. The
bale to lit lifted should he stood on end.
then lean the upiier en1 against you
and reaeh over and plaee the hook near
the other end and lirinir it np perpen
dicularly, nnd then the whole bale may
le easily handled. The h.mk should lie
made of tlireeirhths.inth round iron,
with a loop for a pood (rrasp by tho
hand and may lie drawn out smaller at
the other end. Oranpe .Indd Farmer.
Kee.1 Corn and inihent.
The subject of how to protect seed
corn from pophers is a very important
one. Probably no preater leak than
ju t this can lie found upon the farm.
1 lielieve that fully mie-eiphth of the
stand of corn is injured every year.
have known of wry many pieces taken
so badly that entire replantinp was
necessary: sometimes flax was sown
instead but that is an injury to the
prouniL. If smokinp seed corn with
sulphur or anythinp else will prevent
popliers molestinp it, I would like to
k)nir it. Yon see I want to emphasize
the word i:ow. I have seen a dozen
ways of prevention poinp the rounds of
the papers, but I should hate to pin mj
faith to soiuethinp and then lose a
stand of corn. Poison .and watchful
ness will protect: but it is po lipht task,
and at a season of the year when every
moment is precious, and one can ill
spare the time. Smokinp can lie done
at one's leisure before the rush of spring
work bepins.- Orange Judd Farmer.
Endowed with Rare Grace and njmmntrf
fled a fall Kaowledn of That
Coming from the restraints and co0
vcntionalitiea of civilization, s corre
spondent at Sura, Fiji, writes to the
New York Times, one almost envies the
freedom and naturalness of life which
prevail In Fiji The Fijian women are
distinguished for their chsstity and de
votion to their families. Many of them
are exceedingly pretty, and although,
like the women of most races wbi
lire in warm climates and upon a nearly
exclusive vcfftihle diet, they Incline to
corpulency as they approach middle
life, they are in youth very graceful and
symmetrical, and by their lively and
cheerful manners make a most agree
able impression upon the visitor. The
young girls arc full of fun, and the best
looking among them are as finished co
n turtles as are produced In I'arls. Lon
don or New tork.
It needs no education to make
woman understand that she U attract
ive abovo her fellows, so here In Fiji
have seen many young ludlcs who
showed as many airs In a garb contest
ing simply of a 1-lt with a thick fringe
of dyed eoeounut-uTicr falling half way
to her knees as a w hite belle would
parndo In one of Worth's latent bull
dresses. One of these, lit tended by an
uneient duenna, ciime aloard the steam
er the other day at Ieonka. It wafl
Sunday, and to keep shreastof the male
population, who were peculiar and stiff
In the white shirts which tho mission
arte have Induced them to assume on
the first day of the week, she had put
over her tiettleout of native cloth
loose, sleeveless c hem I so of thin blue
cotton. Her hulr, black to a crow's
wing and lit enormous lustrous musses.
wasculied iiIon the top of her shapely
bend und adorned with a llowcr of the
hibiscus. Her shapely brown feet and
leg were bare, as also were her mug-
tiltlcently molded arms; her hitndswere
small und taper und well cared for; she
wus scrupulously clean, and her hhotd
dcrs glistened like golden brotixe tinder
u deliente iipplieutli.n of cocoa nut oil.
Her face wus charmingly phpiatit, her
eyes dark und gloomy, und her teeth,
perfectly regular und dazzling white.
would have been raved uIhuiI by poets
If they had uprured In the mouth of
aucasiatt tK'iiuty. Hie carries a para
sol, for these brown-shinned Fiji mnlds
ure ns solicitous for their complexions
us if they were a cotufNittnd of roses und
cream, und her gait would have Iteen
the despair of any woman who included
corsets and French hccbtHinong her out-
IerylMnly on the ship rushed to the
side to look nt her nnd certuin of the
young men uinoug the passengers, cor
ilially addressing her as "Mary am
'Susan, invited her to come aboard.
She seemed as unconscious of the admi
ration her charms had excited as if she
were a Malm of the coldest marble.
but nevertheless was seen to take H all
In from the corner of her eye and U
continue the cause of it by animated
conversation with her duenna, by turn
ing about so that she might be seen
from alt sides, und by certain skittish
actions toward the friz.lc-hcadcd iwaus
who addressed her us she passed them
on the dock. Finally she leisurely
ascended the gang plank and sauntered
aft among the passengers, seated her
self with great dignity and Is ire with
much complacency the attentionswhich
the young men of our party tendere
She accepted an invitation to shake
hands all 'round. When she arose to
go, after a suitable period, the young
men surrounded her and intimated
desire that she should honor the ship
with her company buck to Melbourne
She at oiMe took alarm and Ijegan to cry
like a little child, nnd her duenna indig
nantly bore her away and off the vessel
Out of range of practical compliments.
however, she regained her composure.
gave us another brief exposition of her
grace and lieauty, ami as she left the
diK!c completed the slaughter she had
caused among her tormentors by flash
ing back at them a I'urthian smile. The
experience was instructive we had
learned that a woman's knowledge that
she is attractive is a gift of nature, not
an acipiisitlon from experience in so
Ton r 1st.
Whether on pleasure lwnt er bustnets,
should lake on every trip a hot tie f IS.irup
of Furs, as It nets inost pleasantly and ef
fectually on the kidueys, liver and bowels,
preventing fevers, headaehes and oilier
form of sickness For sale in Stic and f 1.00
jotUe by uil leading druggists.
Tna locomotive fireman, no matter how
high he ri'-.e, always has lender recollfo-
tiona. Pittsburgh IVnt.
On, MlchlT Troth.
Far more immutable than ff;e law of the
Medea and Persian is this. Health is the
blessinir. priceless, abnvcall others. H ilh
ont it who sliiill succeed! Small ailments.
temjiorary iml -portion, constriction of the
bowels, a chill, inactivity nf tho kiilncya
niay. aye. do cnlminato disastrously. Hos
tetter's Stomach bitters checkmate these 10
A coxrmrxcE Fame is a sort of an tmpoa
lny ceremony St. Joseph News.
New York. M.ireli 31
r.TTI.K Native st.-er. I 4 IS
l irl IiiN MhIiIHii ....
IHIHT-Si.. 2 Kill
iiltN So. 2 ,
1 1. 'I S Wcsl. ro lix.sl
IMltK N ileus....
1IKKVKS Choice Mccrs
IIIHis Coiiiiim.ii to ScliS't....
SIIKKP-l- iiir In Choice
t'Ull K Patent
XXX Ift Choice
tvllKAT So 2 llcl Winter..
cults So. 2 Mixcl
TIIIIAI CO I.IIB.
HAY Clear Timotliv
Ill TTHt-l hf.ue Hairy
llltK Slmidanl .Mess.
IIAK IN Clear llih
I. Mill Prune steam
IliM.s i;ool to Choice
Illll It Winter Patent".. .
SpriHK Patl'llts.. .
WIIKAT So. 2 Slirini
3 HI U
li iw a 13 ui
b M k
4 2H .
3 or. 4
w 5 in
w U no
ft i ll
kt X Oil
W S HI
m 1 nm
OA ls-So.2 White
11 Htk standaril Mess
CATTLE Shipping- steers... 3 ) 00
IK,S.l;ra,,.s 3 20 4 S
U IIKAT So. 2 KeiJ W
OATS So.2 .VI a 51
I'UKS So. 2 Mt 611
FIH R-llich(,ra.le 4 Hi S W
COHS So. I 7s
OATS So. 2 a si
HAY Choice IT 50 a IS 00
I I llih Sew Mrs a 12 75
II ( ON Clear Itil a ft
WHKAT-So. 2 Reil a T
COHS So. 2 White a Kl
OATS No. 2liiisl 52 a 53
POKK Mess II 50 a 11 00
p.Al OS Clear Kib a
COTION Middling a '
S- 1IM WW. Vaw.' M -7Ar-h
TTcnr 4mob dlrraatlon wait en appMta
ad health as both." This natural and hat
py eondilisn Of tlie tntnd and body la brouaht
about br tba timely us of Prlolilr Ash Bit
tera. While not a berersire In artr , H
possesses tna wondenul faculty 01 renewing
to the debilitated system all the element
required to rebuild and ixske atronir. If
voa are troubled with a headache, diseased
liver, kidneys or bowels, five It a trial, It
arm not xau you.
Tub man who la a long time making- op
nis minu may arrive at a correct juapmeoi;
put it is generally too lata to Da ol any
nnn'TtiH mermrrand Iodide of potash
for blood diseases. If yotirblood Is bad Dr.
John Uiill'a Ksrsapsrill.i trill aulckly restore
It to a healthful eomlitloii. It I tho best
reirebiblo blood purifier In the world, and it
never leaves any evil aner enervs. i. i
pleasant to take und eihllaratlnsr, yet a die
oomlnnanreof lis use wiUnot euuee acrar-
lug fur more.
If would bo a most nnreasoneblo woman
who should demand of her policeman
that bo should five tip hi club. Boston
poems.' Klertrle fVisp la rtwiw for yon
to use, if you f!ov Klm-bons, than any oth
er soups would be II fflwe to jou, for by its
use ro.'hcs art $nrtl. Clothes cost more
than snap Ask your grocer IrT Duouius'
Tako no other.
fs:iocr!iT "Whr do the rentlemen al
wnvs iro out bniween t ho acts at tho otiernl"
Wlacacre-'-Mv broihcr says to gotan opera
glass." uuniuo t uresis.
Wnr don't you try Carter's flttlaLlrer
Plll.l They are a positive euro for sick
licailai'he, iiud all the ills produred bydia-
oruereu liver, vniy one pin a uose.
pi.TiKc-tioa wllb d.ffereocs cupId and
eti-, effectual relief Is found In the use nl
"fbiorii'. Iln'ncniiil TrwoM," 1'rliO to Ota.
tkM only In hot-1.
Aw intelhvttml presentlrliig on
place of your mind.
WisTim awav, grnwlnr thinner every
ilnv. Poorchild, won't Mums Kt you abuS
ol vt. Hull s worm uosiruyerai
Tiir absence of soft water la no earns
for drinking hard.
Titiwa who wl.h In practice economy
should tm v Carter's Mule I, Ivor Pills Forty
puis in e viai, iiuir ono ini none.
A n open secret the one you tell your
tr.T. ca.lc.1 to use and rhentiest. pl.o's
Ileiiiedy lor lutarrh. Ily druggists. ilAc,
Tnrtir, la a great deal of back talk In tnt
Patent medicines differ
One has reasonableness, an
other has not. One has repu
tationanother has not. One
has confidence, born of sue
cess another has only
Don't take it for granted
that all natcnt medicines are
alike. They arc not.
Let the years of uninter
rupted success and the tens
of thousands of cured and
happy men and women, place
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Dr. Pierce's
on the side of the comparison
And there isnt a state or
territory, no nor hardly
country in the world, whether
its people realize it or not,
but have men and women
in them that're happier be
cause of their discovery and
Think of this in- health.
Think of it in sickness. And
then think whether you car
afford to make the trial if
the makers can afford to take
the risk to give your money
back as they do if they do
not beneht or cure you.
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Of Lime and Soda.
Tnees are eswEHftM snuf owWilwu,
smd then it still auu-Js KUasMl mUk
irkich masfsw-rerfi cream. Try tut
few wHl M.tf fsuSNMteenavre tmnmot
as dUgulm their rsd Ifi-rrotf as te mates
If palatobim to menMtivm timnrha. A-etr's
F.mtilHeaof t-VRR NOR WKG I AH COD
LIVER , eemblivd ttHth Hypspfcee
pkllrt is mlmmti as ynlataM as milk,
for Mis swam as WI as tor faH
of Ike srimalariaa oaoiliies of Out Un
photphUem, fhytrianM ntimmttf pre
sertfc il iis cases -
8CROFVT.A, BBOXCHITia tm
CBBON1C tXWOB twBETKlUt COLO,
AtX DrwooisM lil,Ml tmt, m frt
the armsiisr.as (kers are poer imiialiaaa.
I ta Saallea ! TtMkra. Saich la
IliVa aaat a T . mm mm vlavd
aeaa mw aarruw, rlrttu mmm pkavert. baati
aaid dlaeaafk. Ws mmr dlrl th Im. kaat
lab tbe arrow mu4 rwla rtchM bait atckaeaa
will ertk aa, aawaerar later. Tot, baa
all, tbat tMaytaa b waBiaabd aalaa
and acbeo cai e rclle-di taiora la a balaj
rarrr7waaad,aad acinars baa alaeed U
wltbla i reacb m all. Tatr la aa dtacar
err tkuxt kaw B-vf a aa treat a a4alaa am Dr.
Tatt'a lalrar tnila. la.aialarlal rvejleae.
wlier Peter ai4 Atrac. Rlilaaa Diaeaoeaaad
allaaeata laeldeat ta a deraaaea liver pra
wrj aaaavaa anrn eaiiBiaaie BaaB,
aa a bamdrad ibaaaaad Urtag wttaoaaaa !
Tutt's Liver Pills '
SURE AITIDOTE TO "AUIIIA.
Price, 25c Office, 89 41 Park Place, N. T.
MB a EaeisW.wrttwabTSlB'
I ont tmrea; retail prlea two dollar. Areata wotd. I
epwd iftreeatoferaalfct. Tb onlj aa then tic Ut ot
iifDeraiBoemin, . nar en ermifrozi ompi
Pub. iber. S aUVT roCBTUSTH aTaUtaT.lSW 101
arriiTTani nnt m j jnnTa
nf tJOLT U1TB. sVmna tke I
worm. eieei struts. M.tuettine
fMilitlss. su tMkau. B. O A2R Z '
aoM. ) Brriwty. a,r. taai. wsw. j
From Father to Son.
Scrofula it blood poison which descends from parent to child
It U taint
which must be
the lyitem be
fore a cure can
be made. Swift's
Specific, S. S.
S., drives out the
the pores of
the skin and
00 0! BLOOD AND Xl Dlf EASES FBEK.
THS WIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca.
C. M. HENDERSON & CO.'S
In thi BEST In (hi World.
Thar also make many other
eradss of unsaua.sd
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES;
miiu nsai to nt ana wear, wi
ont any eastern "shoddy "la
them. It will aava
money to damans
hIwep when! w&s born.o.nd everyday
a" '' at.Ai.ia i.ilii"eti) I aassv
ofscourinso&.p used for&Jl
wAhl Ahl" Cried tho houso
tifo, "The Eeorot I know, no
DIET can resist
n-A.OITC"3Il, - - WIS.,
M AXL rACTTRF.R or
HORSH POWERS, SWlMOlrlO 8TACHBR8,
TREAD POWERS and SAW FRAMES, SAW MILLS and ENGINES.
Thry Irs Fsr Ikrsd sf 411 Otktrs la Good
ev-SAHsTan rsis. iisi immm
Ona tw ottnej kottii of Pun Vistlini, 10 els.
Ons two euftot lottls Vaseline Pomade, IS "
One Jar of Vatellne Cold Cream 15
One call of Vaseline Camphor Ice 10
If woo hdwAorcMlon to n Te.aHln In mnwfom b rmrfal to ifrpf only rtiri)n' ood fit
Kin pau-kar. A rfit mn drupirlat atrt trytntT t" pftwnd huTfr to tatkv AUK I. IN
m. Ntvr iJ to nurh pniin'B.n. tho; eirtt.-lf l an linltAtlon without whi. eind will not
u.t yon ripn . DOiitai oi BLI r. twiVAae ntr.liiaT. s aej sua ranawo
CHESEBROUCH M'F'C CO.,
My wife and child havinpr a severe attack of Whooninjf
Couprh, we tboapht 'that we would try Piso'n Care for Con
ftamption, and found It a perfect nc--.. The flrat bottle
broke np the Couch, and fonr bottle completely cured
them H. Strinqbk, 1147 Superior bt, Chicago, Illinois.
hmeye n p i ma
Work-, on Hhr ttB(l1nar tlrnTwrnrstQinDii. Will
iw of Twe Am lillna;. A man. a boy and a bore ran nprat It. No haTy rbain or
rod! to bandl1 Th rrop on a fvr -r th firt yar will nav for th Unrhinf. ! aoirtal carol to
Ulaara OatalafM. fiia ptU; urmiaUlMUaaalkli. JAM s MlLBI H .tola MTfi. tcatcb rava.fowa.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 187a
W BAKER k CO.'S
from which th rtrrm of oil
haa befO rttno,
1b mbBotntftff jmrm mmm
it is otuhle.
ara naod to It pre paratioa. It
baa mor than thrti timet thm
strength of Cocoa anlil wltk
Btareb, Arrowroot or Enfjar,
and la Ihrrefor far avora cco
Domlcal, coating Iraa than m
rmtaenp. It lo)dllckoa,txmr
lablnir, irniftbrDiOB. -usii-T
DiatftTtD, and admirably adapted for Lovailda
a well aa fur paraona la heal lit.
Sold by Qnetn mywaara.
W. BAKER ft CO., Dorchester, tfaat,
PLEASE DEAD -IT MAT INTEREST TOB I
Cures Dleeaeea Without Medicine.
mi 1,000 TiiTiaaiiui ileum rat jt nu
lar. J. I. 11. Crwh. tens. M Hmm
'JWIWSS'-IV'. roiTin.r ITSIS r IS.
OWEN'S ELECTRIC BEIT
taralaaj alaaU lari
Tiiaai ) f.aaa Imtmti
ana r law aeaatrt
aveTOr a) WiMmMn Cwt
aa. Cri aal tlKTOI
i bj layradeWM la jaaih. Mml mr aial Ilia.
Vr.Own a ELJCTBIO IKSOtli. Priea 91 Trrthan.
ran ism r Terms. c.r,.iM...... annir wMniia
TBI ovn IXI0TRIC BB1T krPLUIfCI CO..
ptwuttimmwj 20 I. S..u. 8T. LOUI8. MO.
BOILINQ WATER OR MILK.
1A3E1XEO U2 LB. TINS ONLY.
LESSONS IH --
Over . n ta Blsfefrr. Maslks.
TRM llTKKOWa BKOe. 00., C1XTELAKD. 0K10.
rar as scn. omi.
: i Fruit and Vegetable Evaporators.
1' tsl bnliua.
ii. m Tf'. m.b A-ramm i. ;hTwr.n7
2a HaeaV? . t!J2?ut
-rr ---i ! ias ""
AFFLICTED FROM CHILDHOOD.
Mrs. If. Bllelwy, of Xackay, WTaj-s: "Jostle com
pel a to aay that & 8. 8. bal worked lmlo abort of
a nlrarl hi ay case, la enrlna; ma of narraYated Scrofu
la, which afflicted ma from childhood. It attai-lird mj
throat and aoaa, and threatanod mr lunirs. My throat
waa so aora that I ws anmpelled to aubslst on liquid
food. Wbea I begao S. . B. I ara in a wretched condi
tion but commeooed to Improves once, and am bow
the blood of the noisori.
' I ! I s
i j f T.
Fine Calf Shoe. J
rth- mans i
ill k. itit?f i-i' M
sTSOlDuIIO IS QsSOllU CQJ6
"Oh I Oh!" Cried the MET,
"At length I most go, I cannot
Work isd DarsUllly.
For One Dollar
. ss sj Mail, we will esllrsr.
fm sf sll rk.rsvs, is saf mm
Is Ik I .11. M.ll. sll Iks M-
lls( sitltlis rsnlkUf sacked la
1 a atst kesi
One take of Vaseline Soap, intcented 10 eta.
One cake of Vaseline Soap, scented 25 "
One two ounce bottle of White Vaseline 25 "
: 24 State Street, New York.
rti i nn p machine
Doll .norrlfna.rrnrnb In tSmlnntM. HtkNirlm
EWIS' 98 LYE
powdered and naruus
The itrrmgfut and perrtc Lre
mailo. Will make the tnt per
fumed Hard Soap in 'JOmlnulpe
-.!.( I4 In It le the beet
for climnsini; waste piiea, dis
infoctine sinks, rloaeta, wash
log boulea, paints, trees, elo.
TESSA.. SALT MTO CO.,
Gen. Agta., Pbila.. Pa. ,
" i t-atmNS
6are ef lontstiaii.
AUTOGRAPH JUyr LABEL
Mark la on
PATRICK O'FARRELL, ! if S
s-'jiu tius twiimf wi.
aifiri v emr
r aaflrrer. m4 le fnr auspl.
I Jt Kid. u BonlSp1te u. wnrtil sf
4a. BisuU .Hubsia.;a'tslls .-!U.lasis
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY?
A treat opportasJtr to mak. RILVER IXJI.LARA
Writ, to Ilaai s Katoa. ISO ! Ass fl. .
UIlH.S--,ibJ.T,i,,. N,. K. . Siu
wlwlal tsi Tsaas. llltai (TM ta, it. uaii.
TON SCALES OF
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WHE3I wnrnxTt unarnas rum
suss Skas rajsoOs ail iliaianil as SMi