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NANNili II. Ill . KhliY! ri- nfl Fl'1
men hilu -
Tho busy b's cf Russia are bombs,
bayonets nml bullets.
A proposition to reform the spoil
ing of I'.Jornst jorne Iljornsou's name
ini-l.t Ef.lko tho public favorably.
Mm. rvili; Armstrong W hitney says
Kow York ii! oa wear corset. It's cu
lm a 3 that a-i.r ii an tay In New? York.
l: caie wo have sit-liin' reform wiil
1l".e i cj;;l? of lioMOa consent to drop
the "r" i:i Hannah? Chicago F.eoord
An !n !la;-i peddler, wh'i never took
a b.vh. (iiid at the a?" of ?ft years.
If ho bad taken a few in-) misht have
poudlinR yet maybe.
A echini of cookery has been es-t:!iil-!;cJ
In Vienna. Sonic particular
f-'fii must have been complaining
about 2.U Virona schnitzel.
Andrew I.ang says bo does not care
for American criticism of bis wrltln.es.
Perhaps American criticism of Ms Rolf
might touch Andrew up a bit.
France Is progressive in many waya,
hut tho fleht !t is bavins over ques
tions of religions belief does seem a
century or bo behind the times.
Marie Corelli says that she loathes
meiica because the people are artcr
the dollar, Now that attention !s
called to it. seems If ve had noticed a
movement in the dollar's direction.
In 1505 there were S3,37t fewer In
surance policies written by the New
Yt.rk companies than in the preceJins
year. That means that both the cor.i
rarsios au.-J t'je public are taking few
er rl k3.
The picture of lliadys Vanderhllt
milking a cow is creating considerable
amusement. The artist has put her
on tho wrons side of the animal.
Never mind, sho bclonss to the creme
tie la creuie of society and can stand
It Is spelled p-l-o-w on the prairies
where It plldes through a foot or two
of the rich, black mould, but in New
England, where It hits a few thou
sand stones per acre. It Is more nat
ural to make hard work of it, thus,
The evidence before the British
army stores commissioners as to irraft
durln? the Ioer war Bhows that there
was only one regiment the contractors
were unable to cheat. That proud dis
tinction belongs to the Seventh Hus
cars. They weighed everything and
checked the quality of everything sup
The servant girl problem has at
tracted the attention of the California
, promotion committee, which has sent
Instructions to Its eastern bureaus at
N?w York to visit Ellis Island and
have the Incoming women from Kuro
pcan countries told of the advantages
of California. They will be given an
Idea of the wages paid out here, the
class of work and other necessary In
formation. The Scientific Amerlcau shows that
England has lost ISO square mileg by
t' p ronton since the conquest. At
1i. ; rate Kngland will last only a'iit
tlt.OUrt years. A parliamentary com
mission has been appoluted to look
Into the matter, don't you know. It
Mill probably take up at the same time
the alarming reports that the best of
the sun will Iant but a million year
tnore, and that tho coal supply wl'I
1'i'ter out In CM years. Covcriimcnta
cvtuimit be t(K careful about the future.
Tolsiul nuld recently to Henry Nev
lnsm. tho Kngllhh writer on HunsIs:
"You are youug and I am old. but as
you r.r.jw older you will find. a I have
found, that day followj day, nnd there
Iocs not seem much ohantsii In yon,
till suddenly you hear people iipvaking
f you mm un old man. It Is Die name
with an hko in hl.itory; day follows
day, itnd there docs not seem to be
luiicli clianaw. till Middenly it Is foiiud
that the ajte It become old. It Is fin
ished; It Is out of date. The present
movement In KtiH.sIa U not a riot. It
Is not even a revolution; It Is the et.rl
of uu age."
The number of matriculated stu
dents at the German utii vend i let dur
ing tho summer term Is given as 41,,
!M2, an Increase of over over lan
year. Of these C.Milt ate In iwilji.
C.734 at Munich. 4,147 at Impale. 5.273
at lioun, Z.'JJO at r--lburg. I.U'8 at
Halle, 1,92j at Oottjgrn. at
Heidelberg and ,"C at Jeua, wblje
tho rest aro distributed among various
tinlversltles. There aie 1 2.4 1 J stu
dents of law, 10,752 are studying phi.
losophy, phllolosy or history. 6,ii4
medicine and .2I2 mathematics or
natural science. The number of1 atu
lent has nearly treb!,-,! during the
laxt 20 years says the Athenaeum. thi
returns for 1S7U showing that In that
year tho entries amounted only to
Ilow thick Is tho earths crust? R.
J. Strutt, son of lrd Hayh-'jcb, after
a long series of experiment estimates
It as 45 miles. This dcdu.-tloii coin
rl.lea ni"io vr less cbuely with thtt
t I i-of. Milne, the seHmol glt. Mr.
rUrutt believes that at the depth of
45 talks tho Internal best of tho earth
resi lies 1.&IXI degrees contlgradu ( 2.7 J2
degree 1'ahrenlielt ) . TI.e moon Is
not "dead," according to the same !
futljt. but continues to imiscj vol
canic energy. Ho believes, too, that
lb Internal teat of the moon Is greU-.
mr tliau (hat if tin er(h.
-h SMALL TMINQ."
1 you believe In progress?. IV) yoB
rMtlevn that all the wonderful achieve
ments of the nineteenth century thf
railroad, the telegraph, tho telephono,
electric light, kerosene, sewing lua
chtne, agricultural machinery, steam
ships, trolley cars, etc. have mslo
life easier and better worth living? I
do. I believe that a man who lives
40 years under modern conditions has
experienced more life and better life
than Methusalem. though ho had lived
20 centuries til his time.
The triumphs of the nineteenth cen
tury ere triumphs of human service
the placing of knowledge and tho
fruits of knowledge within the reach
of the common man. Kvery man's
life Is better, happier, more secure he
cause of them. We live more comfort
able, more sociable lives lu better and
more comfortable houses because of
thera. : Fven the 'hopeless dweller In
the worFt city slums Is more com
fortable In his physical conditions than
the tnMd:c-ciass citizen of the days of
Iu little things as In great, comfort
and convenience have been the legary
of the "Century of Improvement."
Paint, In a certain pense. Is a minor
matter, yet It gives beauty, healthful
nes and durability to our dwellings.
Fifty year ago painting was a serious
proos!tion, a luxury for the owners
of stately mansions who couli afford
the expense of frequent renewals. To
day ready mixed paint Is so cheap, so
good, and so universal that no house
owner has an excuse for not keeping
his prejierty well painted.
A tmall thing. Indeed; yet several
hundred largo factories, employing
thousands of chemists and skilled
workmen, are running every day In
the year to keep our houses fresh,
clean and wholesome.
A small thing, yet a can of good
ready mixed paint, such as one may
buy from any reputable dealer, em-
bod:; tho study of generations of
skilled chemist?, the toil of a thou
sand workmen 'a mill, laboratory and
factory, and tha product of a Ions
series of special machinery Invented
and designed Just to make that can
of paint and to furnish us an Infinite
Tarlety of tints, colors and shades.
It was a wonderful century, that
nineteenth of our era, and not the
least of ita wonderful gifts was that
same commonplace oan of paint.
Anecdote of Robert R. Hitt.
The late Robert R. Hltt had a knowl
edge of stenography which was of
great Talue to him In debate. He has
been known to rise with his hand full
of shorthand notes of a speech Just
delivered to which he was about to
reply and woe to the man who ac
cused Mr. Hitt of misquoting him. He
was the patron saint of the stenog
raphers of the house. Not long ago
KI!tical Influence was about to dis
place from the lino of promotion a
young expeit writer of shorthand from
Michigan whose work Mr. Hltt had
occasion to adoiire. Mr. Hitt went to
Speaker Cannon. "This will never do,
Joe," said the shorthand authority of
the house. "We can't do without this
man. - The house must have him." "All
right, Hitt," replied Speaker Cannon.
"If anybody knows the sort of stenog
raphers this house ouuht to have you
are the man." That settled It and the
Michigan stenographer held his place.
Not What He Wat Used To.
. Ever since John 1). Rockefeller be
esme an honorary member of the
American Press Humorists' associa
tion stories more or less apocryphal
have been afioat regarding him. It Is
beginning to be suspected that some
of them have been Invented by hit
fellow humorists. One of the latest
refers to uu occasion last summer
when he entertained a lot of slum
children at his stock farm near Cleve
land. Mr. Rockefeller gate each ol
them, among other things, some milk
to drink, part of It at leant being the
product of a $2.0yi) prize cw. -How
do you J.kn It?" ho Hiked when they
bad flnh.bed. "Cee, It's flue!" re
riNindcJ ono llt'in fellow, bo added
after a thoughtful paue; "1 wlthl
our mlikman 1-d' a cow!"
Made Bound by Eating Crape Nuts.
-, Proper food noui ikhes every pari of
(ho tort j 1ecaue Nature tcb Is tho
differeut materials front the food We
fat, to build bjue, nerve, biuln, mu
lie, teeth, etc.
All we ue. d Is to eat the rUht kind
ttt food, slowly, tl.-li;g tl Well our
digestive orgaus take It up luto th
blood aud the Mood cairtes it all
through tho body, to very little uook
If borne one won! 1 ask you, "It
Crupu-Nuta good for looms teeth?"
you'd probably say, "No, I Uou't teo
how It could be." Uul a woman in
"Kor the pat two years I have used
GrapeNuts Food wiih most excellent
rtuiulis. It seems to t.iko the place
uf medicine iu many ways, builds up
'the fierce au.t rcktore the health
IP-in lally." ' :
A Hi Ue Crape-Nuts taken I fore re
tiring tioothe my Iieivis and gives
sound fcleip." (HecaUBO It relieve Ir
ritability of the stomach nerves, being
a predicated food )
' Hefoie 1 used CrapeNuts my teeth
were Umhm In the gums. They were so
bad I wss afraid they would some day
all fall out. tihice 1 have used lirape
Nuts I have not been bothered any
luo re with loose teeth.
"All dcttlr for pastry ha disappear
ed and 1 have gained In health, weight
a ltd happlnttaa time I began to lua
Crape Nuts." Name given by Postum
Co., Hattle Creek. Mich. Get the fa
mous littla book. ''The Koad to Well
vliio," in pkts. "Theru'a a reason."
THE FRENCH CAR WINS CUP
The International Automobile Rnca
Developed Some Fast Time.
I.nl Wanner, the Winner, .tlmi
it, HOT. I Mllr. In il-O Mla
10 Ji-3 Krritnila,
Finish Line. Vandei blit Cu;
Course. Louis Wagner, In a
110 horsepower French car, Saturday
won the third lnteruation automo
bile road race for the William K.
Vanderbllt, Jr., cup, computing tlu
distance of 297.1 miles In 23'1 minutes,
10 2 i soconds, or at tho rate of more
then a mlio a minute. Vlncucn.j
Lancia, In a 120 horsepower Italian
car, was second In minute?, 2S 4 3
seconds. Autoitiine Duray. In a 120
horsepower Frcsch oar, was third in
293 minutes. 44 4-5 seoondj. Alli-rt
Clement. In a 100 horsepower Frcncli
car. mas fourth la 301 minutes, r.3 4 3
seconds. Camillo Jenatxy, In a 1 2.1
horsepower German car, was llfh in
304 minutes, SS j .Tom's.
Imola cctually finished tbo course
about three minus's ahead of Wagner
who. however, started six minutes
later than his rival and had that niocu
margin at tha finish. Only fuc u.s
finished tho race but there were 14
of the 47 cars that started running
at tho time the race was d.Tlured
off, which was done as soon ;u Ck-iu-tnent
had won fourth place.
It was with tho greatest difficulty
that the crowds were kept back from
the course during th la.-,t lap. With
out regard to personal safety they
swarmed over the roads, giving way
only wh"n the fait flying racing ma
chines were 100 yards away.
While France carried away th' pre
mier honors of the race, Jc -a Tracy
of the American ti'ara, had the sat
isfaction cf registering the fastest lap
made. On his fiftii round Tracy drove
the 29.7 miles In the remarkable tinii
of 20 minutes, 21 seconds. Tracy suf
fered severely from tire troubk; in
the first few rounds an 1 this cost hii.i
dear. He wa on his ninth lap win a
the racs was called off.
BASE BALL SEASON ENDS.
rbleasn Trnma Took Ihr kam
piotmkln uf Ilolb the National
and American I .
Chicago, IU. The baseball seaport
of both major leagues for 19"0 ended
Sunday with games at Chicago. St.
Ixnils and Cincinnati. For the first
time since the two big leagues have
been organized both championships
hsvo onie to one otty. The Chicago
Nationul league team won flrrt hon
ors In that organization easily. Tak
ing the b ad early iu June and ho! 1
ln; it to the end It established a neMr
major leaguo record for nuuiber it
games won. Of tho 153 games playej
by the team. 111! were victories, the
previous best record la this respect
having been held by tho New York
club in the same league. In thj
American league the Chicago team
upset all calculations by winning the
pennant. The content was not de
cided until last week, the New York
team being within striking distance
of the loaders until October 1!. when
a stx-lnulns defeat at Philadelphia
put them out of the running.
;. . ( Irnroi la llt-aj.
Topeka, Kan Gvc per C. Clenu ns. a
prominent Kam-as attorney, known
as one of the ablest lawyers iu the
west, died of pneumonia ut his home
here early Sunday morning n;ed J
years, lie whs prominent lu statu
politic during the era of po.
ullsni and was Gov. U-welln's b-g..l
adviser during the famous logUlatura
war of IS'.t:!. He wan aftorw,inl:i can
didate for governor on the siM-l.-tltnt
ticket. CU-meus wus a native of
Tbe limn- Trail am u. 2.
IudliiiiaK!ls, I ml. Judge Ander
son In the feci -ral court has set No.
ember 12 as the date for the b arlnir
cf all demurrers In the hint uf the
I'nlted States ntfulnst th-. National
Aitioclatlon or Retail iruggst and
others charging Illegal restraint of
trade and unlawful prevention cf
A I'rrutt) trrlna llluirrruiral.
Ardmore, I. T. s.-r!oin di
vision occurred Saturday In the
Chickasaw presbytery at Roff. Ixd,
ita 1 01 opjMiHod to the union of the two
Preslbyterlan churches, bolted' and or
ganized a s-parate prsbtery. Al
most otie-hulf cf the delegates ara
numbered with the bold -r.
Would larrriir I'a ol Meldlrr.
Wabhtpi?toii, I). V. I'r'.ir 10 his
retirement from act Icq scrv'c fro:n
the office of paymaster gene -1 o' ihe
army. General F. S. Iod,:.. 1 :. 1 n.
Dual r.-iHrt. recommend sir o::-!y sn
lncrea.ie of the pay, not only tf tho
olflrers of the army, but of the t nil it
ftlrnniboal an Ibc Mlaanarl.
Ht. Imis. Mo Tho steamboat
Thou as H. IH-ntin. ( apt. Alexander
Stewart, departed Hunday for Ksnoas
City on Ita first trip In the Missouri
liver pucket company's Uey Iiihuu
rated schidulo between Ht. l.o'lU uud
Morn Trixii ur ( nun.
Newport News. Va.-Wlth two
squadrons, headquarters and band of
the Ft Mis-nth cavalry aln.ard the ar
my trannport Pauuma sailed Kandsf
morning for Havana.
Tho kidneys have a great work to
do In keeping tho blood pure. Whi n
they get out of or
tier It causes back
ache, headache a,
and distressing urin
ary troubles. Keep
tho kidneys well
and Ail thee suf
ferings will bo
saved j on. Mra.
S. A. Moore, pro
prietor of a rivs-
tanrant at Watervllle. Mo., says:
Heforo iislnc fioan's Kidney Pills I
suffered everything from kidney trou
bles for a year and a half. I had pain
in the back nnd head, nnd almost con
tinous In the loins nnd felt weary
all the time. A few doses of IVmn's
Kidney Pills brouirht great rellof. and
I kept on taking them until in a sh irt
time I was cured. I tMnk Uoan's Kid
ney Pills n:e wonderful."
For sale by all .dealers. 30 cer.ts a
bos. Fot.tor-Mi'.burn Co, r.af.'a'o,
HAD IT ALL FIGURED OUT.
Couple Not Only Were Golnij to Live,
But Become Rich.
Lord Sholto Douglas, who was ar
rested recently la Maine through an
error, was congratulated at a Port
land hotel on the courtesy he hni
shown In pardoning the erring Mains
"Why shouldn't I pardon them?"
said lxrd Douglas, laughing. "They
did their duly. Their calculations
were wrong, ttat is all.
"I ad:uit that their calculations were
absurdly wrong. They reminded me
of a young lady I Uaed to kn:jw vlun
I lived la the we.-t.
"This youas laJy, wh'.so family nis
well to do, anno-iaced to her fathvr
one night that she was going to many
a penn!!o3s man.
"'If you marry l!m.' her father
grumbled, 'how on earth will ycu live?'
" 'Oh,' said the girl, confidently, 'we
have figure a'l out and it i
very simple. You know that black
hen I bought last week?
" 'Yes. What or it?'
"'Weil. I have con raited the best
poultry circulars, and they all rg-ee
that a gjod hen will raise 20 chicks
a year. That means that next tea
.m 1 shall, hat1 21 hen. These at
the season's end. each having raised
l.cr 20 young, will give me 420 In nil
The next season there will be S.400.
the r.ext l'JS.OvO. and the next 2"o'l,
0C0. Just think of that! With ch'ck
ens $t 5u renta apiece we will then
he worth $l,C..".0co. t"o you se, jia; x
you needn't worry about us.'"
NO REST SIGHT OR DAY.
A'ith Irritating Skin Hu-ncr Hair
Began to Till Out Wonderful Rs
sult from Cutlcura Rerr.ei.cs.
"About the latter pmrt cf July try
allele b -dy besaa to it. h. I d! I tv '
a'.e much :;c.t!ce of i'. at first, but It
x-gaa to pot w.ir.-o all t!.'.- time, aad
hen I be;;r.i to get uni -.,y an I trS 1
ill hi. !s of b.nths a.n l o.l er rcmel eii
'hat were reccnn::ieaUel f r sk'.a l.ut".
);; Lut I bi-camo wore ail the tine
My hair I o-a:i j fsl! c.t and ray
ca!j Itched ail t!. time. Iij;eu;;y
it r.lght. Junt as moa as I would r. '
n bed and j.et ar.;i. my whelo b:ily
would begin to Itch ar.d my fir.:er
ia!M would keep it Irritated, and U
as not long before I coal- 1 not ro"t
sight or diy. A friend ashed me
to try t!i Cuticura Ri-medle i.. and I
1M. and the firit apj llcati m helped
mo wonderfully. For about four
weeks I would take a hot bah every
night and then apply the Cutlcura
ihutment to tny who!.) huly, nal I
kept getting better, and by tho time
1 used tour boxes of Cu'leura I wan
:;n!!i-e!y cure I. and my hair stopped
f-tllli-.g out. I) C. planketiHliip,
N. Del. St.. Iu llauapolls, lu l.. Oct. 27,
CHandler't JoU ci Conkllng.
lioai iw t'onkllng waii u caplial to-. -r
and i(ili pioud of his tklll tn
eelilin iiflc-r c coisUle: ul.b banter be
Induced Senator t ban. lb r to "put on
the fcioves" with bli.i. He plae Willi
t'laioiier for a few rounds, much to
the discomfit art. of (ho dow i,e,inter.
The bitter bided lis I lute ami some
lime la'er quietly brought a piofes
sloiiul pugilist to dinner where IVnk
lin was a guc-bt. In the om-sn of
the evening "Mr. Sndtb" wits Induced
to engase In a boxing lout with Mr.
Conkllng The professional danced
around the hena'or, landing when ami
where he wished, playing with him as
be would with a punching bag. The
elegant New Yoik senator was dated,
overwhelmed, humiliated. crushed.
When be turrendeted and culled
pTiough, as he did at last, Senator
"handler smiled blandly and presentud
tho pugilist In his true colois.
With a smooth iron and Deflin e
Starch, you can launder your khlrt
w.iUt Jubt as well at home ns '1:1
itciitn laundr ran; It will have th
proper stiffness and finish, there will
b-) lens wear utld tear of the go ds.
un I It will be a jK,lttvo pVasure to
use a h'tarch that does not stick to the
New Uct fjr Gramophona.
Drillliig rallve Malsy levies by word
of command t-mitte from a gramo-
t.c no U the l.i'col Instance of tuodeni
ln'.;eiiuiiy. I.vjo thu Zulu tun now
bear bis own native aonxa aud war
dances froit) records made by a I .on
don company, wbo have sold more
than 20 mix bines lo aw-ailhy w urrlor
chiefs In tiouth Africa. Folk souks of
the pigmies were rieotitly procured,
and a mac blnn hat bweii dispatched to
t.apUud for the purixise, if poastblu, Of
procuring li.lclo folk soma.
Rich Crown Hit Dliappesrcal,
A richly Jeweled crown, which cost
2.0d0. has disappeared from the
church at Mont. Bt. Michael, P.ourn.
One version Is that It has been stolen,
another that It lias been hidden by
the prleuts to rave It from confiscation
by the government.
$100 Reward, $103.
T1 Wtl'M i.f IhU pPf "l ! ia.i- t fl U(ir
thai lllra 1 1 l lr. nr Urlr4 dlM.M !!! x-Imii. a
h Imrii al'ta 14 cura lu au tit line aittl tlic u
c alarrli lla.l C atanS C ea II Clta ctii.y p ..ill
fur. u icr kti..wn l, Ilia tlt,4i l (ra.t-rnUy. C lrrb
I.u4 a ..iliiiu .11 iliK-a.. TH.,n!fn. a e-u--toe
II tnl 1rt.i(:ie-ul. lU.l a C .lar-tt I'ura la lak -a lil
lariiaeir. ai or-tf dlra. oy Bn ilia aa-1 ihu. mih
url-t.a ot Ilia rHm, llirrphf d'-oylii iua
f mn l.tlia ef li tllm-x-a. ami itututf Ilia .l'oii
!rnoi li 4-tiOttlns 111 Oia c-'n.illuO. anj a.l.l
ittg 11 i ura til -Iiiat II. K. 'I li pr-.pru'i. -ra lia e
a.i net. tl fMllll ti Ua i-uritve pnrira (Mat lit f ofTrr
I'nfl Uunilrca p.'l.ara f ,r anr ra-a ttta( U (a.. a lo
rure. h -n.l luT lie of l-i i.n. .:ita.
AI!ri-aK .1 nlkNkl CO., I oledj, O.
K .11 Hi- a. I l-..'.!.. 7 .
Ta-e iiai, i aja.r i-lll. fr coatipadua.
If a man would know himself thor-ongl-lr
he hasn't much time to waste
In trying to find out things about hit
SKETCH OF THE LIFE
And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound
Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of 73" Caused
it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Sforcs.
This remarkable vrr.mnn, whev-e
maiden name was F.nU-s. was twiru in
Lynn, Mass., February t'th. Hl.i. co::i
iiiiT from a pxl old (J.i.iker familv.
For some years she t.iu;;tit s bo-d. nri.i
Ih-c.i;uc i.nown as a womau of an alert
and itiTPhtl-ratttitr inind, an earnest
keelier lifter l.tiowled-i-, mul uIkivo
till, p insi sM-.l of a womh-rf aiiy sympa
thetic; n run re.
In I'Sli.he ni.iT'c.l I-an! Pinkhntn.
a builder and real estate operator, ou t
tin ir early riiarricd life iva.i m irii. .1 by
prof-iH r:t v u:nl hap; Slices. They ha 1
f.'tir eh ildi-i-u, tlue ns uu-1 a
In Ciom" r.l iiM fa.-liioni .1 ihv It
1 co'.nimui for inotlii-i to io:Ue
th-ir on h-'ie.e medicines from rit..
Bill liertis. nut tires ovxti rc-im-ilii
callins- in a phyiooiuri only in seei.illv
urg-ent owj, l'.y t rail. t !n ami ex
perience umr.y of theut iiiie.l a won
ii rf il k now ledj-e of tin- c urat ive prop,
trti.-s of the vurious rl and hcrbH.
Mrs. Pinlchaiu tool a pr. at interest
r.i the st-i.lyof rixitn and herbs, their
character. t .en ami power over tli-.4 ii.--o.
Mie t:iii:it'i:iet that j'ist ns nature ho
Uiuntifully pnividt-s lr tlin liurvct
11 1 I I nnd orvlinnls veg-.-table f.nxU of
nil kinds; mi, if e but Like the pj.iim
to tind thetn, in the rocdi hihI hi rl
of the liebl there uro remedieii r
prev.ly tlesltrnecl to c-vn t!ic vaVlona
1.1 a:ol c -nk ne wea of the llv, ami
It as bc r pleamire to s -ar ,-h t beM(. mil,
and prepare .iniple and :f. . live mi li
cine for her own family and fricml i.
Chie f of t!n'e was a rare t-ombltia.
tion of tin- ch.iie, ,t inedicinal rods
and herbs found U sl ml.ip:. il fr t!,
cure of the flia ami vc c-nk ne-. p.'i u
liar to I be feliinle nnd ImIi.i Ii j lull
bnm'ii fi iends h'i iiel'lil" .- b urned
that her i'oiiiiiiiid rellevc-il ntut eiin-ii
srul It, beimi.e c(uile Jojnilar luuoinf
All this mi fsr wnsil uin freely, with
out money utid without price, us a
litlxir of love.
Put in IsTI the iinniielal erb.U RlrucU
I .VUt) I ts li'll;;tb Utl li-Vc'ril v Wcietii
much for the larp'e rr.il i-st;it- I n tere-t
of the riiikliani fiimllv, us t Mm chi-.o
of liiiltiri. fciit'end iiKMt frmii
fearful ti'prei.loll, tail w lien the Centeli.
lilal year ilwiinl it ft mini thrir prop
erty swept uivsv. Kiiiiio other home
of iueotoi; had to li found.
At this point l-vilut II. PltikhHiii'
Vesfetable oitipcmud wut. iualci kuun u
to tho world.
The three i-ms and tho daughter,
with Uicir mother, com blued force to
. - '. f ii an., - i .mm- J
for-" fatf'"'?; i
L-. if..- - . - ... mm .nf 1Pi j'.' 3
NO MORP. MUSTARD PLASTERS TO P.MSTI:R
Ihh i.-.ltNtlt'lC hl M IDlftN IXTtKSAl. CCUN;R-,r.il"AN.
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPEK PLANT
OWK. K'JNF rAfF .T) At WAYS PFAwY C!PE fCR p'n -rRirs-I'c
-.11 c( ILAc-.'ei r Tl'i l:i Ai All. I . Ml e '.0 i -, s At.D I ue , E
Hi Mill (.. hi. i n r ok if- IN f.is;. ;.r- a Avrs i ,v, wo',?
IIIL Tilt CAIN COM t S-hlii p A T U Bl? I IAN 5 V
A subitituts lor arid superior to n-usurd or any ether r'.-,tcr ai d w'll i tt
bhstsi 'the moat n.-icai, .k.n. Tha pain .lUyi, r .,-,4 cuu(i;, ,,,;, (,,
tt.. s-tie ssr. woiKictul. It will step h. loot.-,., he at once, mud ,.,
Hej4oh ,,;4 &-iatia. iecomt.4 l si I... U.I a..4 safest .sieicl
cciu.it-.r ir.liatii known, a.sa an ettstna) ret:. my lor p.it.. i . tl . , h.,i
t.. l stm.ci. nd all b l,e.m.ilc. Nr.ui. rio .ml Cctity ce.r.p..it, A t',-.
wnl r,ov. what . cum, fori. .J,t w,i k, ,0U1,d lo t , 1
liourcino.4 sni lor clei.ucn C..ce ui.ed no family wtil be witHout It. M., !
people ..y -il I. tn. t.t ol .11 you. prep.,.,,,,,..- A.,:e,l M p,, "JJ
ol va-mine umru tie (.at a rtirU. our Ubal at othci- li !,i,i .... .
SINl) VOtlH AnOKISS ANI MHJ U' 1 1 IMA II OUR v a s K "
UNU PAMPHLtl w HICH WILL INI tVtSr ""ou
CHHSI-RROUGH MFG. CO.
Remarkable Daublt Wedding.
A remitikablu double wedding hat
been celebrated In a Vlenneiici thurc h
A inaiiufurturer namecl Mullor mar
rled a widow, while at the snin tlmt
hts son man led the widow's daughter
Thus the father becomes the father
In-law of Ms own son, and the moth
er also the luolhor-ln law of her
Ily following tho direr! Ions, which
are plululy printed on eac h pcl:a ;o ol
Defiance Starch. Men's Collars and
Cuffs can bo made Just 08 btllT as de
sired, with cither floss or domes' !r
finish. Try It. Hi ox. for ?0c, sold by
nil 0od grocer.
Ghastly Foreign Pun.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Ca't. thf
noted American clubwoman, has beer
received abroad by royalty, end b im
of the foreign lapers have tho tc
mcrity to (Icciars that she Pas t
proverbial right to loo!: at a king
OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM
restore tho family fortune. Ther
argued that the rusiieine which was
so j'.! ior tin lr ":.iiiii fi lei. ls an t
tit i.'htKirs was c 'piaii v goi for thvs
tvoiueri of the wlnoe wurhL
Tho Pinl. hams ha-1 rio money, and
littio orecit. Their lirst laluratory
was tje Litchen. where iswts and
herbs were t-tc h-i1 u the stove,
giaduiil.v tilling a pros of hotties
linn culm the queslion of hel.ii.g
it. for always ln-lore ihcy had given
it away freely. They hired a j b
printer to run off some pamphlets
M-ttiua forth the merits of tlx? medi
cine, now called I.ydia. K. Pinkham's
Ymfetable ton tUi), and these were
disirihuU'd by the Pinkhnm nuiis in
IknUin, New Y'cirk. aud liruoklyu.
The wonderful inmt!ve projiertU-s of
the medicine were, to a groat extent.
se If alvcrtis!ri;r, for wlvx-vcr tivanl it
reeofltllc-tliled it to ntbc-.H, BJid tho clc
luaud gr.!iiily Increased.
In 1-77. y comhimM c-ffortu the fam
ily icul ir.ved c nongh jimuc'v to com
ineiico iii-M.ii.-it r ti.tvertii-iiii,- ami froiu
that time the rrim-tli ami i.biti u ol
the t-ntcrpi-ise vsc-ro nsfiircl. until te
d.iv I.ydia, F Pi'ikbnio uml lu r c-(-e-t
il.lo t eitiouud hr.ve Leeome house.
lu.il i-ils every a bite, mot many
t"Uinf rnj'c n.l herb are useJ tium
ally in Its i tantifneturo.
I.ydia L Piukbmn herself did not
IIti to ewe tb.o en at Mi.--ei. c.f ihi
w it U. She posM-d to lie r reu urd v nr
ni'o, but lu.t till fbe bad pi.iv; let
means f or cunt nut on,- her m-i Ii u
elTiH-!ively as she ton..! h-vc clone it
D'iriiiir licr lol'U ami eveiiff.il rs;e
rb'li.'e h!.e W as l t tT UlC'tb'Sli. ul ill 1..-I
ork and hbe c us aiu a s i &r-e fc 1 to pre-sc-rve
n record of eve ry eavr thut came' t
her utl. ntion. The case of every st.-k
"iinisn who aoplicd ti lier f'-r a.lv.ce
and there were tliemsamls prcsstf.:
careful study, and the eletnl's, iiieliul
lu' sympt ins. treatuiri.t atul r.-sullj
i re recorded fur f ut lire reference, an.'
toelnv this., records, t.fi'thtr wit!
biiii.lre.ls of tlionsauds m.-ule -iiice, art
available to alck wcmicn the worh
over, end represent a vos ci.l'ab i.i
tion of in format um regarding- tl.t
tn-ntnient of vt.imiin's ills, which foi
authenticity nod accuracy ruu banlly
1m- eipial.it in any library in tb
With I.ydia P.. Pi'ikham worked l-i
claiii.'btcr In - law, the present Mm
Pink l am. She w in. . urefvi! I y In 't t uetee
In ail bcr htttd won k unit led,-e. an.
for years she HM.ii.ie.I her In licr val
To her initio. Dlitllrullv fell tilt
direct i. in of t ue tt orU n ben its orti'itia
lor iussd oay. loru.urlv twenty
live tear be lei continued it, nii.
nothing in the work- hi. when tbt
lirst lo din ii. Pliil.htii.i cli opj-d In i
k'ii, mi. I tint pri-M-tit Mrs. P.nkliaiti
now the mot be r of n lar-o fuu.il e. look
It lip 1 1 !l IV. line assist a lit..., kollic all
riipiildo lierM'if. the piiMiit Mr
PiuMiaiii continues this ('tent worU.i.ai
. col. ul.lv fi.mi tbr ntli. c of no oliiel
w riwui have mi many women ts-en nd
vised bow to r.-j-c-ni bculth. Mel;
men. IhU advice i Your for Health'
freely fivc-a if you only write to it'.i
Mi, h Is the l.Utory of I..!la F- Pinlt
ham's Yi'trt tablet l.'oiiiiiiu.i ; uuicli
from fclmple i-isits ntid brrlm ; tli .n,
gre at nie'.oeiuu for women nilmi-nis,
nn.l the tit ting- uionutnent t. thv uobie
Wulllull Whosu I141O0 li lie-urn.
htw YokK ClfY