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Drothera In tha Lrelalatare.
A modern instance has come to lig'ht
w here two brothers sat in the same leg
islature in Wisconsin. In the winter of
1S91, Assemblyman Louis Ilossman. of
l'rice county, represented the extensive
district including Ashland, Price, Onei
da, Forest and Florence counties. His
brother. Assemblyman l'hilip Kossman,
represented Clark county. Both were
republicans. Apparently there hae
lieen a number of instances in which
brothers have sat side by side in the
same legislature. It seems to be true,
nevertheless, that Taul and Xarcisse
M. Juneau, in th.- legislature of 1S58,
furnished the only instance in Wiscon
sin's 50 years of history of brothers na
tive in Milwaukee being- elected to the
same legislature. Milwaukee Sentinel.
Xlaater and Servant.
It requires time for a northern man
to correctly appreciate the value of
the negro as a laborer. With an es
rcting master, who counts every min
ute of his time, the negro is not an ac
ceptable laborer, but to one who some
times indulges him in his propensities
he becomes intensely loyal, and will go
through storms and tempests, by day
and by night, to serve him. Xo human
liting is more grateful for favors re
ceived than a negro, though sometimes
he may appear to be wanting in grati
tude, yet the experience of this w riter
that no net of beneficence rendered
to him is ever forgotten. Col. .). 13.
Killebrew, in Southern States 1'ar.a
Mr. Hilltop and Frank?.
rop. said little Franky Hilltops to
his father, "will you give me a cent?"
"Why, certainly." said Mr. Hilltops;
and he reached in his pocket promptly
and handed Franky over a cent.
"You know you owe me two, IV,"
said Franky. still standing by.
"Why, how's that?" said Mr. Hilltops.
"Twice before w hen I asked you, you
didn't have any," said Franky.
This demand was rather bewilderinc
Mr. Hilltops was d'nily conscious that
unconsciously, of course, on Frankv's
part he was being made the victim of
a sort cf domestic flim-flam; but to
avoid further complications he paid the
money. X. Y. Sun.
A TliUK!itful l.ltlle Girl.
All Hostou children are thoughtful
I! was a dear, thoughtful little Hoston
girl who. when toid by her mother of
the death of a grandmother she greatly
loved, sat silent awhile, and then, look
ing up. said: "Mamma, w hat time did
"At four o'clock in the afternoon,"
was the answer.
Again the little girl lapsed into
mournful silence, until, as though a ray
of sunshine had broken through the
gloomy cloud, she devoutly exclaimed:
"Then I'm so thankful she had dinner
first!" Buffalo Commercial.
"I see there is a womuu motorman
"Well, whv not?"
"Certainly. If a woman doesn't know
how to make things hum, w ho does?"
It was generally conceded by all who
rlaimed to know the sex that the point
was well taken. Chicago Tost.
Taking; a Firm Stand.
"I'at, you complain of being out of
t.ork. and yet I heard that coal dealer
offer you a job to drive one of his carts,
not ten minutes ago."
"Yis. sor; but I'm dommed if I'll
freeze meself to death to keep alive, be
gob!" Cincinnati Commercial Trib
une. Preparing for Him.
Office Boy That insurance man who
has been here so often wauts to see you
Plankirgtcn Tell him to come again,
and that before I see him I am going to
get mv life insured in another company.
A Dnbluan rienaare.
Justice Grim (sternly) You have
been here before, haven't you?
Soiled Spooner (o!sripii;i;isl-) Yes,
yer honor: i have had de pleasure of
bein jerked up before yer honor t'ree
tirjes. X. Y. Journal.
FREE TO MILLIONS OF
Tae- New Cure for Kidney, Oladdex
and ( ric Arid Troubles.
Almost everybody who reads the
newspapers is sure to know of Swamp
Koot, the great Kidney remedy.
It is the great medical triumph of the
nineteenth century; discovered after
years of scientific research by the em
inent kidney and bladder specialist, Dr.
Kilmer, and has truly wonderful pow
ers in curing kidney, liver, bladder and
uric acid diseases.
Kidney trouble isresponsibleformore
sickness and sudden deaths than any
other disease, and is so deceptive that
thousands have it without knowing it.
Thousands owe their health and even
life to Swamp-Koot, and thousandsmore
who to-day think themselves beyond
help, can be made well by the use of
this great remedy.
Swamp-Koot has been tested in so
many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, amoirg the helpless too poor to
purchase relief, and has proved so suc
cessful in every case, that a special ar
rangement has been made by w hich all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it. may have a sample bottle
sent absolutely free by mail. Also
book telling more about Swamp-Koot
and containing some of the thousands
upon thousands of testimonial letters
received from men and women who owe
their good health, in fact, their very
lives, to the wonderful curative proper
ties of Swamp-Koot. Be sure and men
tion this paper when sending your ad
dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
If yon are already convinced tuat
Swamp-Koot is what you need, ycu can
purchase the regular fifty-cent ardone
dollar size bottles at drug-stores.
CHEAP POULTRY HOUSE.
A Serviceable DenlKn Showing; Com
fortable Quarters, Itoost House
and Si-rntchlnjc Shed.
Xo one canigive a design of a poultry
house that will be acceptable to all for
the reason that ideas differ regarding
poultry houses, as they do of dwelling
houses. The kind of poultry house to
be constructed depends upon the cost
or rather how much one is willing
to invest in it. A person, can have any
luxury preferred if he is w illing to pay
Hut how much room can one get at
the lowest cost? A K)iiltry house
should have, first of all, the most room
possible on the floor, it should be ven
tilated' without draughts of air. and it
should be warm in winter and cool in
summer. The size depends upon the
liiiiiilxT of fowls in the flock. Hear in
mind that while a house may afford' a
roosting place for a large lot of fowls,
yet the main point is to afford plenty
of room for exercising in winter, ar.d
I'lSACTICAI. IVI'LTRY iiOl'SE.
another point is that fowls will remain
outside exposed to the storms before
they will seek refuge in a dark house.
They loe the light and tiny are par
tial to the open air if tin y can. have a
With these facts impressed upon th
reader, we give a design (not t he "best.'
as there cani be no best), which shows
a roos.ting-b.ouse and scratching shed.
It should be. for a flock of j fowls,
about 10 by 20 feet, the roosting piaet
being S by 10 feet, ar.d the shed 8 bj
1- feet. If made deeper it will be an
sidvantage. The rx;s1s, may be placed
along the rear or at the east side, the
house supposed to be facing the south
It should be S feet high at the front,
and 6 or 7 feet at the rear, tarred pa pel
roof. The nests should be under a
platform with the roost over the plat
form. The advantages of this house areas
follows: Whiie not elaborate, it costs
but little (according to locality ); th
front of the shed can be inclosed with
wire netting in summer, ami used as
a cool roosting place: it is warm in
winter, the shed serving as a wind
break for the roosting portion when
the wind is in the west; the hens can
work and scratch under the shed in
winter, being really in the open air.
and a muslin curtain (which admits
the light) may be suspended in. front
durirtr stormy days. The floor of the
house may be of dirt, boards, or cement,
but the floor of the shed may be of
Iirt. covered with cut straw, leaves, or
It may be claimed that we allow but
a small Hock for such a house, but the
way to get eggs is. to give plenity of
room. It is better to have a few hens
that lay thsin to have a crowded flock
that produces nothing. The design is
of a house that is simple, cheap, can be
built, by almost anyone, and in some
places can be built for $20. but we give
only the design, as it may be made
larger, extended, or more elaborate, Oi
preferred. American Gardening.
WEEDING OUT FLOCKS
In Mo Other Way Can the Standard of
I'nriu Poultry He Kleatcd
Weeding out the flock improves it
every year, as a higher standard will
result. Hy an observation of the in
dividuals much can be learned, says
Mirror and Farmer. The good hen.-
become pets, and pride in ihcir indi
vidual excellence on the part of the
owner results. The young stock will
be hatched only from the best producer-.,
instead of from eggs taken indis
criminately from the egg basket. No
farmer who will carefully cull out the
drones need depend on breeders to pro
duce breeds for him. l'ure breeds
should be used, however, and especial
ly pure-bred males. Kven with the
choicest stock the matter of selection
should not be overlooked. There are
drones and idlers in aristocratic flocks
as well as in the flocks of low degree.
There is room for improvement in
every direction. The object should be
to impress upon poultrymen and farm
ers the importance of a close scrutiny
of the stock, and to teach the fact that
a profitable flock can be made up of
what may look like unpromising ma
terial. Sueeemful Ekk Storaare.
An interesting experiment in egg
Storage was recently tried in Scotland.
At Keith last June 50.000 Scottish-Irish
and Danish eggs were sealed up in a
storage apparatus, says the Scientific
American, and were opened and ex
amined four months afterward, and
only a small proportion of the eggs
were found unfit for use. In this
method the eggs are kept cool and the
air is allowed to have free access around
each egg, which is kept in an upright
position. The eggs are turned period
ically, so that the yolk of the egg ia
constantly embedded in albumen. Thi?
is accomplished by placing the eggs in
frames, which, by the action of a lever,
can be inclined in different directions
as needed. In this way 23,000 eggs can
be turned over in a minute without
any cbaace of breakage.
Li if yr. !r
LEFT HIS TRUXK.
Tna Smpecnnioiaa Hoarder lad c
.uel Wnjr of Settling
They tell a good story out hereabout
a ehup w ho two days ago awoke to find
a note on his dresser iroin his landlady,
saying that if the "board and room
money" wfre not for:heoiningata very
early date day before yesterday to be
exact there would enter the young
man's apartment a deputy sheriff with
a nice, new writ of attachment to hold
The youth read the note, then sat by
the window and thought. Shortly be
fciniled a sweet seraphic smile that at
the end resolved itself into a fiendish
grin of delight.
He thereupon began to put on three
suits of clothes, one over the other.
Between the layers of vests he secreted
collars and cuffs and hosiery, and in a
small hand satchel he stowed awav bib
shirts. He went downstairs and on
the front porch he met his landlady.
She shot him one of those old-fash
ioned la.idladv glances as cold as a win
ter moon nnd bowed stiffly.
"If anyone should tall on me." said
the youth, "w ill you please say I shall
be back in an hour. I am just going
down to the bathhouse."
Seeing that her tenant carried a
satchel the landlady believed. It was
u pretty hot day to v.mr three suits of
clothes, but the oung riian did it. II
went to a friend's loom and to the
other young man outlined his scheme.
He disrobed twice r.nd otherwise un
loaded himself of his belongings, and
then returned to his heme. That night
he managed to get his other goods and
chattels out of his room and into his
friend's, where the latter had provided
u big dry goods box for 1 heir reception.
When he had moved away all he cared
to take, the ingenious youth nailed up
the box and shipped it to his home out
west, by fast freight.
Later that !. lit lie pulled his trunk
out into the middle of his room and
after hammering around it a bit. as ii
to test its strength, he closed the lid
and lucked it.
I'nti! morr.ing he slept as pc.icc ful'v
nrd as swei tly as a baby. About nine
o'clock, when he ha.l finished break-fa.-t.
the thieatened deputy put iu an
"Hut I can't pay the bill." said the
"Then I !l have to hold your trunk."
said the i.llieer. He grabbed the strap
handle at one end of the affair am!
pulled. "Say. you must have put
everything you owned in there." he
"I did." replied the youth.
"Well. I'll hold it." said the man with
the badge, whereupon he sat down on
the uncomplaining trunk.
"Say." said the youth, "you stay here
while I go out and try to raise the
money. You wait and I'll bring it in
He walkt-d direct to the railway sta
tion ami bought a ticket for his home
in Illinois. In less than an hour he
was speeding along toward Chicago.
The deputy sheriff, sitting on his
trunk, dreamed of other days.
An hour slipped by.
"He's long enough." he muttered.
Hy and by the landlady came into
the room and told the deputy sheriff
her troubles. She told him all about
the delinquent youth.
Another hour passed according to
the alarm clock on the dresser.
It was three o'clock in the afternoon.
The landlady had brought him a piece
of pie and a cup of coffee at noon.
"Say." he said to himself, finally,
"this thing's gone far enough!"
He tried the trunk lid. It was locked.
He called for a hammer. The lid was
The deputy and the hmdlady peered
The trunk contained nothing.
It was nailed to 0:e floor
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"La Creole "
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarth Cure.
'F.J. Cheney 4 Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
West 4. Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
A aiaing, Kinnan Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tlie system. Price 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonial!
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Making: Sore of Her Ground.
He Do you like classical music?
She Do you want my honest opinion or
are you thinking of inviting me to the opera?
Chicago Evening Xews.
Many School Children Are Sickly
Mcther Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, used by Mother Gray, a nurse in
Children's Home, New York, Break up
Colds in 24 hours, cure Fevenshness, Head
ache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Disor
ders, move and regulate the bowels and De
stroy Worms. Sold by all druggists or by
mail, 25e. Sample mailed FREE. Addresa
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, Ji. Y.
Often the 'Way.
Whenever some people are able to ra:?e
the wind they can't resist blowing them
From llaby In (he High Chair
fo grandma in the rocker (Jraia-O is good for
the whole family. It is the long-desired sub
stitute for coffee. Never upsets the nerves
or injures the digestion. Made from pure
grains it is a food in itself. Has the taste
and appearance of the best coffee at the
price. It is a genuine and scientific article
and is come to stay. It makes for health
and strength. Ask your grocer for Grain-O.
In Xo Dancer.
Mi-Goniple The andidate's voice has
Heeler Well, he can still sign cheeks,
can't he? Philadelphia North American.
( r.'ni'enl Hotel. Knreka Sprine. Ar
kansas. Opens February 23. In the Ozark Moun
tains. Delightful eilmate. Beautiful scenery.
I'neoualeil medicinal water. Cheap ex
'tirsion rates. Tlirutih sleepers via Frisco
I. ine. Address .1. (). I'lank. Manager. Room
II, Arcade. Century Uuilding, or FHmo
Ticket Oliice, No. 101 X. i'.roadway, St.
Source of Great Annoyance.
First Conk (reading) Wan' cil, to go to
Connecticut, a first-class cook, (iood waees.
Second Cook Xiver. on yet loife. Sure,
isn't that where tliey make a'.arum clocks?
Oh That Delicious Cone?:
Costs hut lc per lb. to grew. S.ilzer has the
seed. German Coffee Berry, pkg. 15c; Java
ColFoe pkc. 15c. Salzer's New American
Chicory 15c. Cut this out and send 15c foi
any of above packages or send 30c and grt
all 3 pkgs. and zreat Calalogre free to JOHN
A. SALZEK SEED CO., La Crosse, Wis.rK.l
Hard on the Collector.
The Merchant Did he kick at the bill?
The Collector Yes. but I don't see what
made him think I had it in mv hip pocket.
N. Y. World.
CouKblnic I.eoda to Conaumptlon.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the Cough at
once, lio to your druggist to-uav and get a
sample bottle free. I-aree bottles 25 and 50
cents. Go at once; delays are dangerous.
Waiter (yelling down the kitchen-tube)
"Hey, Aluhonse. make that chou a steak."
"Saere! Yot you t'ink? I'm a chef; not a
You Can Get Allen's Foot-Kane FREE.
Write tit-dny to Allen S. Olmsted, Le Rov,
N. Y., for a FREE sample of Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder to shake into vour shoes. Jl
cures chilblains, sweating, damp, swollen,
aching feet. Jt makes light shoes exsv.
Cures Corn!, Bunions and Ingrowing Nails.
Alldruggislsandshoestoressell it. ii cents.
Doctor "I would advise you to take a
walk every morning before breakfast." Sap
py. "But. doc tor, I ah never get ut until
after bweakfast, y'know." The Rival.
Lane'a Family Medicine.
Moves the bowels each dav. In order to
be healthy this is necessary. Arts gently on
the liver and kidneys. Cures sick head
ache. Price 25 and 50c.
It's difficult for men to check their ex
penses unless thev have a bank balance.
Chicago Daily News.
The neat Prescription for Chills.
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Cim.L. Toxic It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. Nocure no pay. I'riee.fjOu.
This is the time of year for those who own
bicycles to store up wind for their pneu
matic tires. Olean (X. Y.) Times.
The Grip of Pneumonia may be warded oS
with Hale s Honey of Horehound and 'J ar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
You can't tell about a boy's salary by the
engagement ring he buys for his girl. Wash
ington (.la.) Democrat.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.. All
druggists refund money it' it fails to cure. 25c.
Few men can keep their good resolutions
and a diary at the same time. Chicago Daily
After physicians had given me up, I waa
saved by Piso's Cure. Kaiph Eneg. Wil
liamsport. Pa., Nov. 22,
The best is the cheapest, but the cheap
est isn't always the best. Chicago Daily
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OP CURE, COVERING TENS OF THOUSANDS CURED,
MILLIONS OF BOTTLES SOLD. ST. JACOBS OIL CONTINUES AND ALWAYS
WILL BE THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN. ALWAYS USE ST. JACOBS OIL.
Hair Restorer is a Perfect Dressing ana Restorer.
THE constantly recurring monthly suffering gives women
How hopeless the future appears, month after month
the same siege with menstrual pain!
Comparatively few women understand that excessive pain
Mrs. Lizzie Coleman, of Wayland, N. Y., writes:
' Dear Mrs. Pinkham For years I suffered with painful
menstruation and falling of womb. The bearing-down pains
in my back and hips were dreadful. I could not stand for
more than five minutes at a time when menstruation began.
But thanks to Lydia E. Pinkham s Vege
table Compound, my sufferings are now
a thing of the past. I shall gladly
recommend your medicines to all my
Miss C. D. Morris. 3 Lonisburg
Square, Boston, Mass., writes:
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham I have
been using Lydia E. Pinkham 's
Vegetable Compound and it has
helped me wonderfully. I was
troubled with headache, backache
and that weak and tired feeling. I
cannot say enough in praise of your
medicine for it has done me so much
good. I shall recommend it to all
my friends who suffer.'
Despondency is a dis
ease. Nervousness and
snappishness come with
it. Will power won't
overcome it. The femi
nine organs are con
nected by nerves with
the brain and all parts
of the body. These organs must be healthy or the mind is
All low-spirited or suffering women may write to Mrs. Pink
ham at Lynn, Mass., and receive her advice free of charge.
Don't wait until your life is wrecked by neglect and suffering.
Get advice in time.
HEALTH IN THE HOUSEHOLD.
Injurious Labors in Home Life and
Hon They May Be Avoided.
Among all the health-destroying occupa
tions in which the housewife may engage
none is more productive of harm than is
the back-breaking, muscle-twisting, rierve
dectroying operation of washing and scrub
bing clothes upon the ordinary wash-board.
11 e woman who stands over the tub inhal
ing the hot, unwholesome vapors cannot
hope to maintain good health, to say noth
ing of the effect of being confined to a
stooping, unnatural position, which, in time,
will wreck the strongest constitution. Do
not wreck health and happiness over the
washtub in this day of washing machines.
Get the best mechanism in this line and re
lease yourself from the galling slavery of
the wash-hoard that instrument of domes
tic torture which is answerable for nine
tenths of the diseases with which our wom
ankind is cursed. Take, for example, the
ltocker Washer, which is the representative
product in this line, and compare its work
and its results with the labors of the old
stle "blue Monday" wash day. Xot only
does this washer do the work in a fraction
of the time consumed by the old-fashioned
methods, but it does it much more thor
oughly, the clothes being whiter, sweeter
and cleaner than could possibly be the case
were the garments cleaned by hand.
For the convenience of our readers who
realize that the highest class article in any
department of domestic equipment is not
only the most satisfactory, but in the end
is really the cheapest, we would state the
wisher in question may be had from the
Rocker Washer Company, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
The woman who insists upon continuing in
the health-destroying methods and the man
who permits such a cruel and unnecessary
sacrifice has much to answer for. When
work can be done more quickly and far bet
ter without the slightest risk to health it
is a crime to persist in what causes such
general and widespread harm. The woman
who discards the washboard for the Rocker
WaFiher will, at the end of the year, be
brighter, better, healthier and happier for
thc change, and could never be persuaded to
return again to the days of her degrading
and unnecessary slavery. J. H. Meyers, M.
D., in American Journal of Health.
The Nautical Woman.
He (an old hand) They had dropped their
Phe (a beginner) Served them right. It
has been hanging over the side all day long.
"I just saw a touching scene." "What
was it?" "Two fat men in a four by six ele
vator. They touched on all sides." -Chicago
TMC CKMTAUn 1 WMNT, TT M
E 2 , ..i&iS jjLJW-VV m, Crff
jror uianis ana uuiaren s
indicates m-health. or some
serious derangement of the
A million women have been
helped by Mrs. Pinkham. Read
what two of them say.
' X. 1
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