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Tho How Sido.
Tho nuoibor olnes waa reoitirig, and
little Erma, woe eout to tho1 blaokboard
to writo tho nunibor ton in figures.
8ho wrote it baokwards, wkou o littlo
boy, who wns wntohing attentively, ex
olaiino(|, "It's npfc right, professor.
Tho ono wants to bo on tho haw siilo
of tho naught."
Fill SO WltllOMMCH.
Th aro aro knaves now and ilion mot with
who roplo*ont certain local l-l I tern ami pohon
oua stimuli as identical with or possessing
proportion ukin to thoso or Hosteller's 81 om
aoh Pitiers. These t-onmps only succeed In
foisting tholr trashy compounds upon p-oplo
unacquainted with tho jennine art icle, which
1?as much their opponlto as day ls tn ni ?ht.
Ask and tako no substituto tor tho grand
remedy for mullirla, dyspepsia, const I pp.t ion,
rheumatism and kidney trouble.
Thought ls troublesome to lilia who llvos
without his own approhatluu.
Dr. Kilmer's 8 w AMP- HOOT ouroi
all Kidney and bladder trouble:!.
Pamphlet and Consultation fno.
Laboratory Illiurhaiuton, M. Y;
lu Olden Tl Mt CH
Pc?pl? overlooked tho Import unco of norina,
neatly honelleial effects and wura entlslled
with transient, action, hut new that it Is goner
nlly known that Syrup of If Ig4willpermanent^
ly euro habitual constipation, well-informed
people will not buy other laxatives, which act
'.'ora time, but finally injure tho system.
Ito?poiisiblli ty walks hand in hand with ca
pacity and power.
"owai'd of Ointments tor Cnturrli That
ns mercury will surely destroy (ho BO I) so of
emull and completely il orango tho whole sys
tem when oiltorl wu lt t hrniiKU tho mucous sur
faces. .Such art leles should never be used ex
cept on prescriptions from reputable physi
cians, as the duning!) they will do ts len io il lo
the youd yon can possibly d?rive from them.
Hall's Catarrh (-'uro manUfaoturod hy h\ .1.
Cheney ? Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, noting directly
upon i li? blood and mucous surfaces ol' tho
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo
euro to ?el tho u'onulnc. lt is taken inter
nally, and ls made in Toledo, Oldo, by b\ J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials tree.
E^t?old by druggists, prlcu 75c. por bottle
lieu UIIIHIIIK Kxt rivor ill nu ry.
Two acres mulherrlOH fatten 85 hogs. Thoa
hogs were turned tn th? orchard in May and
kept there till September oattiiK nothing but
mulberries and were perfectly fat whoa taken
out. Thoy woro fed a littlo corn to harden
tho mont and then killed. Two acres of
mulberry trees 0 io 8 ft. h hrh cost $30.00-what
arc 85 fat hogs worth? Kor beut kinda of mul
berries write for new catnlouuo which la sent
free. Address YV. 1). Beatie, Atlanta. Cia.
I'IBO'S Cure cured mo of a Throat, and Lung
trouble of th reo years' si anding.-?. CADY,
Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12,1804.
Impaired Health IN Not Easily Ito?nlucd,
yot l'arkor's Uingor Tonie has attained lt in
many cases. For every weakness and distress.
If afliicted willi sorooyesnso Dr. Isaac Thomp
son's Eye-wat er. Drugglstis soil at Mc. per bottle..
'And constip?t lon
troublod mo for
ovor a yoar. I grow
worso and could
hardly porform my
I hov! sovoro pains
in ray stomaoh, es
pecially at night. I
treated with our
avail, I rosortod to
rilla, and having taken six bottlos I am freo
from all distross in my stomaoh and am no
longor troublod with dyspepsia." Maa. MAU
OJLBKT FKNtUtnj Indian i'alla, N. Y.
Bs the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In tho publlo oyo. $1? C for $5.
Hood's Pills Pl^^jg
The Greatest fledlcal Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Hal-discovered In ono of our common
pasturo woods a remedy thnt ouros ovory
kind of Humor, from tho worst Scrofula
down to a common pimplo.
Ho lina trlod it In over clovon lumdrod
eaaos, and novor failed o.xoopt la two casos
(both thunder humor). Ho has now in
lila possession over two hundred certlli
oatos of Ita value, all within twenty milos
of Boston. Bond postal card (or book.
A henolit IB always oxporionced from tho
drat boltlo, and a porfoct euro la warrantod
\j?hon tho right quantity ia tnkon.
Whoa tho lungs aro aO'ootod lt causoa
shooting pains, Uko noodloa passing
through thom ; tho ?nmo with tho Livor
or Bowols. T?I?H la cauaod by tho duets
being stopped, and always disappears In a
wook nftor taking lt. Hoad tho labol.
If tho stomnah ia foul or bilious lt will
causo squeamish feelings nt llrsL
No chango of diet ovor nocassary. Eat
tho boat you can got, and enough of lt.
Dose, ono tablespoonful ia water at bed
time. Bold by all Druggists.
* World's Pair I maims I AWARD. 2
Always WINS HOSTS of i
FRIENDS wherever its;
Superior Merits become;
known. It is the Safest;
FOOD for Convalescents li
Sold by DRUaaiSTS ?VURYWIIllRBt
? John Carle & flons. New York.
Mwte In ?.1-?0, HI-? Calibro.
Only 80ll(i Top nm? 8ldo-e)eOtlng R?l*?t?ninmla
All cthfr Calibre? rc*dy. Tho Marlin Fire Arm? Co.
C?uiowo _ Now llavon. Oonm.....
KNGTJISH PI?OPLB KNOW XVAIY
WTTLR ABOUT TlljU SOUTH.
William Tolls of Somo ol Tliolr Bud
Of nil enlightened natlona (ho English aro
tho most ignorant of afl'ai i H and t li i n CH outside
.of England. 'J ho dominant Idea ol' Iho common
l)rt?|>l? in that nothing ?H worth knowing til tit ia
Ilot English, mid lillico thoy do not dint ni h
tlioir minds about our p:oplo or our country.
Ono of our boya win ovot ibero lust aumnior
mid was amazed nt tli>< ignorance of nomo of
tlioir educated people Hi? landlady lind heard
of our civil wnr, but thought it WIIH hotweon
North America mid Month America. Tint was
thu only north mid iiouth sho know of. Her
BOO, a lad of fourteen, ask ni my .son if ho hud
any hoyH at homo,
"Yen," Hnid ho, "I hnvo four."
"Aro tho.v black?" ho innooontlv inquired.
His moilioi- apologized by Haying ho lind
boil rd HO much about tho nogrooi ovor hero
that ho thought mont nil tho pooplo woro
. A vory refined nod cultured English Indy
dined nt our homo Homo yearn UKO and nuked to
HOC our cook, who Ind prepared HUOII dolight ul
dishoh. So Aunt Ann wns invited lo her prov
ence. Shonsko I her many quoit iona that woro
proper enough and after sho lind rotlrod ibo
lady inquired how l"lig Aunt Ann hud been
from Africa. My wile WIIH surprised mid snid:
"She iiovor was in Africa. Shu waa boin boro
and MI woro her pnionln and grandparents,V
Tho Indy then oxpreBSdtl her surprise. "Why,
I thought," said she, "that they gradually
changed color from tho inflnonco of olitnatomid
in two or throo generations became nlmoHt
Wo nil smiled, of courso, hut sho milled lo
her own defense and said. "Well. I Haw some
down nt tho hotel who uro turning white." Il
ibid lier that lhere were n lew creoles BO.Utorfld i
m ound ovor the country ami thon I managed to I
ohuuuo Iho KU bj cot.
Thia rotninda mn of nolgbbor Free ni ali, who
fnascd ni bin-mouth Hob for'going to meeting;j
HO much on work days, and Hob said: "Well,
hos-?, wo niggers ia I ry in' to save our souls."
Freeman smiled and Haid; "Why, yon old !
fool, don't you know Hint a niggor hnsont got j
any soul? A man up in TenncHsco has written !
a book about that and it'a dono proved that a
nigger bnacnt got any moro BOU I limn a mon- !
hoy. So what aro you going to meeting for?"
Bob showed bia poarly leoth and hiughod and
then ennui back nt him and said: "Look boro,
boss, lins a mollnter got any noni?"
Thia porpl xod Ibo na bor for a mom eut mid
ho Hnid: "Woll, I BlippilBO that a mulatto han
got about half a aoul.
Hob laughed tumultuously and said- "Woll.
liOHs, dal's nil right, but I don't seo how a noni
cnn bo split in two."
Tho other day I traveled in Ibo car with un
Ohio farmer who wna very talkitlve and friend
ly. Ho waa emphatically a honiy-hnnded non
of mil, for his banda were" seamy and cracked
and ida stumpy lingera lookoil liko iron daws.
Ha wna on a bust, but not from drink. Ho had
bought a cigar from Ibo nowsboy and from tho
way li? managed it I know ho waa not used to
"Going lo tho expo?" said I.
"Wall, yea," Haid ho. "I'vo got aonio tinborn
along. Wo Bortor wanted to HOO tho south now
? bat tilinga aro gilling along ponoeablo mid
thoro wnaont nny dangar. Mighty oliver poo
plo down boro, Beam Uko, Wo bavent aeon any
"What woro yon afraid of?" said I.
"Oh, nothing niuoh, but you BOO it wna a pow
01 ful long atretoh from homo and thoro uro co
ninny niggors down hero, mid our folks whom
I livo don't liko uiggors. I stopped over A day
In Chattanooga and Haw lota of niggers anil
thoy aocinod to bo penconblo onough and wim
bavin' moro fun than tho whitu folle, so wo
concluded to como on further down. Wo want
to got acquainted with von peoplo and mnybo
wo will liko ono another hotter. Some of Un
WC RwVdV theft ot six months winter and would
Uko to chungo climate. Wo hnvo bean talk
ing about it Bovoral yonra, hut some said
tho war waaent ovor "down hero and somo
said tho climate wna too hot mid aomo
aaid tho niggora would poriah na out and
our pronobor enid wo would havo to turn
democrats tho first thing or loavo tho
country. I'vo got a good farm of 118 ncroa and
I can soil it nny day for 110,009. It puya a
good intoront on thai. I auld $100 worth of
back wheat Inst week mid 301) bushels of apple t.
I raisocattle and bogs and potatoes mid hops
mid wheat and corn and fowla au I everything,
but my wifo is riinnin' down Ililli sho works io ?
hurd and tho doctor says ano would live longor
in a warmor cliniato and so I'm going to look
around for a farm nforo I go bnok."
Ho talkod fair and honou and waa a sample
copy of thousands of those people who hnvo
been for half a contury aa ignoront about (ho
south aa if wo lived on another continent.
Now (hat man cnn buy our beat farming hind
for ?JiSO an noro; land that will produce every
thing that ho grows in Ohio and cotton mid
Bwoot potatoes hosnies and ho would havo ten
months to work in instead of six and no doubt
bia wlfo would livo soveral years longer.
hut it is all right and bus no doubt heon a
blessing in diaguiao that tho tido ot immigra
tion wont weat instead of HOUUI. Aa Mr.
Loomis said, our pooplo havo preserved their
I am no A. P. A., and noveroxpoot to bo, hut
I do liko to ming o with our samo sort of peoplo;
what you onll a homogeneous peoplo, a pooplo
who value good principles and truth and fair?
no?fl in trado mid rospcot for law and revcioiioo
But I liko that Ohio man Itravolod willi, and
bia sort would find welcome down hero in Dixio.
Ho would havo como long ago but ho wna
afraid. Ho dideht Ituow anything about us rx
oept that wo would light. "Thoy all know
that," ho Hnid.
But jual consider thosn English. Even tlioir
editors nro ridiculously ignorant of our coun
try. Only a low days ago a Loudon daily pub
liahod a briof hotloo of our exposition and lo
cated it at Atlantic City. It told of tho Lib
orly boll that was talton from tho domo of tho
cn pi? ol at Washington to opon tho exposition
with and that Professor Bookor Washington,
who was a linonl descendant of Ooorgo Wash
ington, tho dist Amorlonn president, mndo tho
opening address, mid that ono of ibo noveltios
was a grovo of cottonwood trous full of cotton,
and that tho exp milton roull/,ul tho drouin of
Thomas F. Orndv, tho father of tho solid south.
II iw is that for* blunders? It looks liko a
joko, but it waa not. I know an Englishman
who told mo he had been taught that cotton
grow on lnrgo troca mid waa gathorod hy using
Tho routh baa always neon better nequolnt
o I with tho north than tho north lina been with
na. Our merchants used to go north about
twlco a year to buy their gooda, and our riob
peoplo visited their cities and watering places I
ov. ry nummo-, but Ibero wa? nothing for them
toc?me down boro for. Albion Tonrgeo oaino
down on a fool's errand after tho war and wont
bnok and wroto that our peoplo wore nil bom
politicians. Governor Altgold Bnld tho other
day in bia beautiful address that wo woro all
born orators. Mr. Loomis Bays wo aro nal ive
born AmcrioAn patriots, and sovoral sponkera
said that hospitality WAB mi inborn pouthorn
trait- It ia roally refreshing to road tboir
praisos and oom pl I mo n tn.
Tho othor day n caravan of wagons and poo
plo carno through our town moving lo lower
Goorgla. Ono of tho hoad mon was Biok and
Dr. Calhoun visited bim and prosoibod, mid tho
Iiroaoription waa filled at tho drug storo near
>y, Tho man nuked tho dootor for bia ohargo
and ho ankh "No ohargo for that, my friend,
you aro too far from homo to ohargo." Tho
druggist told him tho antun and tho man nahlt
"Woll, gontloiuon, 1 don't understand you poo
plo down boro. I am ablo to pay my way and
don't want to bog lt, Thoro aro sovoral hun?
drod coming from my neotlon, and moro will
koop coming whoo wo writo back how we aro
troatod." Tho truth ia, I bellovo tho baokbono
of our alienation is broken, and bcroaftor tho
north and tho south will fully harmonizo. Wo
don't ask thom to turu domoorata, for thoy
will soon do that af lor they hnvo lived with us
awhile. ' We aro right smartly in tho minority
now. so far as national .politics ii oem
eiTiieil, but that don't tron?lo anybody but 1
tho postmasters nivl tho rovohuo mon, and we
kiop oi> hand CHOU Hi o i vor republicans to fill
thono euloon win u iIvs t mo como?.
Bo lot tho pro?? sslon procood, for whethm
Ibo tnt-lff ia huh or low; W.IOUKTUM gola only
or poid andsllvor,\Yo om nt und it if thoy cnn. 1
loni Mr. Cr sp'* np ooh nivl I nm proud of bim
Ho is ono foreign-born man whom our people
delight to honor. Almo.* I rom his infancy he
lins Ucon an adopted son nf Gourdin. With no
million!hu kindred, no family pn-stiuo, ho lian,
unaided, climbed lils way to hotter un I fuinc,
mid ibero is no alain upon Ina name THO
Minali dog? may bark ut nilli, bul lie knows no
fonr an I will not turn to i Ito light or fho left
Irom bis own poi vioiiom of right and duty.
Liu. A ia*, in '.Hanta Constitution.
- PROMINENT PEOPLE.1
Quoon Ylotorlu's dally income is $8000.
(llndstouo will ?pond tho winter nt Monto
Qohoml Schofield ha? conoludcd to rotura
to Chicago to live.
Snnntor Hill, ot Now York, will locturo on
"Liberty!' in ton cities.
I.loutoiiunt Torry announces that bo bag
learned tho Eskimo language.
Riobard Watson Gildor is probably tho
best known ot New York's poets, j
J. M. Ooo Forsnytho, tho futuro king ot
tlio Cannibal islands, ls worth $2,000,00??.
ll IH ?aid that tlio Pr I nco of Wales rocoivo*
200 hogging lot tor?, on tut average, ovory
llonry Writiorson, oilitor of tho LouisvHIo
Courier-Journal, Is KO in? to Europe u> writo
a lifo of Abraham Lincoln. '
Count Tolstoi recently rofu.sed two bit?
otters for a story ho had written, and gayo it
toa magazine for notbiiiK.
Bil' AiKonion Borthwick, editor of (ho
London Morning Post, is lim first Journalist
who lins boon raised to tho British peerage.
flovornor Brown, of Kentucky, proposes
lo movo to Louisville and engage in Gio
practice or law tit tho expiration of lils tenn
Count Bodonyl, Gio now Primo Minister of
Austria, is descended from an Italian cook,
who was in Gui servleo of one of tho last
King? ot Poland. Ho bu? not a hair on his
Tho pool of tlio Fifty-fourth Congress .?.<
Howland Blonnorhussot Milhany, from Gio j
Thirly-sooond Now York District. l?o is a
nativo of Du(Talo,uud has bad a stiff struggle
8. M. Inman, of Atilinta, Chairman of tho
Finance Committee ot tho Southern Slates
abd Cotton Exposition, hus donated i?50,000
lo pay tho Routing debt, and (bo oilier uioin
bors paid tho other S5P OOO.
Kx-Einpross Euganlo, in her latest will,
has constituted hersolf tho godniothorof all
, malo old ld ron born in Franco on Gio birth
day of lier son. Tlio number amounis to
U881, all of whom ?ho ha? remeinborod in hor
Marion Btitlor, of North Carolina, young
est of tho mombors of tho now" Senate, ts
thirty-two years old. His father was au os
tensivo slaveholder, and ho was rotirod on a
plantation, but tho war doprived him of bi?
James D, Garflold, who wits olootod Stato
Senator from lils fathor's old district in
Ohio, was no m i nut ed on July 2, tho four?
toonth anniversary of his father's assassina
tion. Hts is Glirty-threo year? old, and close
ly resembles tho into President.
Frank S. Black, HoprOSOntutlvo in Con
gress from tho Nineteenth New York DIs
triot, began lifo as a farmhand and now
looks Uko ti college professor. Hoi? a Mulno
; niau by birth, and taught school after bo
gave up farm work. liutor ho was ti nows
papor reportar, ai.d thou ho studied law, a
profession in willoh Ho lins boen succossful.
Ooiioral Duoliesne, oommnuder of Gib
Frouob army I hat routed Gio Ho vas ia Muda
gasear,won Gio Gross of Gio Legion of Honor
at Solferino, and is now llfly-oight yours old.
Ho distinguished himself lu Gio war ot 1870
aud lu Gio TanauUv eivwiYirdgft. At present
bo ls on tlio high tide of popular esteem and
if ho desires may perhaps succeed Boulanger
imho rolo of tlio ''man on bordobaok."
J. Frank H un ley, from Gio Ninth Tndinna
District, is tho log-cabin mau of the Fifty
fourth Congress. Ho was boru thirty-two
years ugo, amid Gio forests of Champaign
County. This wu? a Sparsely sullied section,
anil bis purent? wore very -poor. They had
no neighbors nearor Gian four milos. When
Six years old Ins father purchased a "History
of tho Civil War," and from this tho boy
learned lo road.
/ THE LABOR WORLD.
Butto, Montana, is to liavo a tannory.
Tb? pnlntors iiavo adoptod a union Itibo?.
Now York City ice and coal cart mon aro
Rood and rattan workors aro organizing a
Tho oil mills ot Washington. Ga., aro now
running night and tlay.
Tboro aro OfiO.GOO women omployod in busi
ness llOUSOS in London.
Tlio (l?o and rasp makers' stpiko in Now
York' City ha? boon sett Iud.
IfAtt?mptfl aro hoing mudo^by tho ?crew
makers to form a National union.
Tho Unltod Btntes Leathor Company shut
down its tanneries for sixty days.
Tlio iron oro minors of Southern Michigan
aro rapidly nflillattng with tho A. F. of L.
Tho Mnchinn Wood Workors and Gio Furni
ture Worker?' lutornut ional Unions aro about
to bo consolidntod.
I [Trodes unionists' wi vos lu Chicago havo
organized tho Dorcas Federal Labor Union
for educational purposes.
Waitresses in cortain restaurants In San
Francisco, Cal., St. Louis, Mo., and New
York City aro in bloomers,
Tho number of work mon bonolUod by tho
wag? advances since tho beginning of the
your is ostimatod at over ?300,000.
A rolling-mill in Gato Oily, Ala., is illllng
au order for ilvo hundred tons of rails for a
road In ono of Gio South Aniorlcan States.
Tho rubber works at Bristol, lt. I., which
bad closed down for an indefinito period,
slnrted up again and 1100 om ploy os returned
Tboro is no longer any doubt of tho re
moval ot tho headquarters of tho Brother
hood of Hallway Trainmen from Galosburg
to I'oorla. III.
Wisconsin's Stnto industrial oohool is to bo
equipped to tench Gio inmates a trado, or to
ninko them prolloiont In suoh work as en
gineering, millwrighting, e(o.
It has boon docldod by tho Granito Cuttors'
National Union hy ri referendum vote to ut
illlato with the Federation. Tho hoodquur
tors of tho union aro at Baltimore.
B> tho uso of mochnnlonl dovloes now om
ployod it is said Gmt a workman oan ranko
tho "bodies" for 400 hals a day, By tho band
procos? ho could only propnro four or flvo.
KTho nousosmiths' Union, Now York City,
bogan a goneral strike for inoroasod wages
nnd shortor working hours. Tholr domands
woro rofusod by tho prlnoipal firms in tho
trado, who oonstituto tho Iron Longuo.
Bottor timos aro roportoti from tho ongl
nooriug contres In Lanotisbiro, England.
Tho manufaoturors aro roooivlng llbornl or
ders, and workors in Gio different trados, In
cluding maohino toolmakors, stntionnry on
glno bollors and bollormokors, nro now on
gagod full Gmo.
It lins boon tho oustom for a numbor of
yoara for tho Union Pad Ho Railroad to sell
tts employee coal ot reduced ratos. This will
bo discontinued on January 12. This affoots
ovory man on tho system, and tho privllogo
has boon onjoyod by ovorybody who could
lay olaim to hoing an ommoyo.
A flonoB woman nt ono of tho Ohi
ongo bot?le oan speak sovon languogoo.
Hut with it nil oho is only u sorub wo
Hiato for Ho?80>vlveB. ?
P lisons not having soalos and
woiditu nt hand may-readily mensuro
thoVtioIo wanted to form any recipe
witlput tho trouble of weighing, ul
lowmco to be mado for au extraordi
dryness or nioisturo of the arti
weighed or mcusured. Wheat
..v.*,* 1 pound is 1 quart: Indian meal,
1 poa nd 22 ouueos aro 1 quart; butter
whe| soft, 1 pound is 1 quart; loaf
when broken, 1 pound ?B 1
; white sugar, powdorod, 1 pound
oo nro 1 quart; bent brown sugar,
nd 2 ouuoesaro 1 quart; ton oggH
pound; 10 largo tablespoonfuls
pint; 8 largo tablespoonfuls aro
; .! Iorgo tablespoonfuls are $
0 gills aro J pint; 2 runts aro 1
;?4 quarts aro 1 gallon; a common
sized tuuiblor hold:, \ pint; a common
Bizod^Viuo glass holds ?? gill ; a teaoup
hoi dil iv gill; a largo wino glass holds a
gill ; a largo tablespoonful is i ouuoe.
Grists and pieces of broad should
bo Kept in a granito buokot, oloscly
oovoipd, in a dry, cool plaoo.
Kop frosh lard in ii granito vessel.
Kc p yeast in wood or granito iron
Ko p prosorves and jollios in glass.
Koop salt in dry pl acor..
Ko?p vinegar in wood, glass or gran
Loni for pastry should bo usod
hard ;l it should bo out through flour ;
Forgot Sho Was a Chicago Girl.
Boston Phyoiqiau (called to thc Von
domo)-Well, Miss Jackson-Parke, it
may bo that you arc going to bo ill,
but I think it is only a cold, and that
wo oau driyo ?it out by prompt meas,
uros. (To tho chambermaid)-Bring
a pail of hot water right away, for
Miss Jnokson-Parko to soak her feot.
Miss Jackson-Parko-And, doolor,
will you tolegraph to my father in
Chicago and toll him how I am?
Boston Physician-Certainly, cer
tainly. In Chicago. Hm I Certainly.
(To chambermaid)-Bring two pails
of botwator, please.-Somerville Jour
nal. _ ._
A St. Louis plumber has fallon hoir
to tho ostato and tillo of tho Earl of
Antrim. Tho estates aro worth $80,
000,000, but if ho has boon a plumber
any lougth of timo ho doesn't nood
Highest of all in Leavening Pow<
A Cheering Message
The star hoarder bad quarrellod
with tho landlady's daughter, whoso
steady company ho had boon. Throe
year-old was in tho parlor whon tho
quarrel oocurred. She was supposed
not to bo old onough to understand
The next day at luncheon time
Throo-year-ohl looked aoross tho room
nt tho star boarder and piped out,
during a lull in tho gonoral conversa
"Don't you caro, Chnrliol Sho
lovos you just tho samo."-Buffalo Ex
An Angloman lac.
"This is about thotime of tho year,"
said Mrs. Watts to her uoighbor, "that
tho Ashing fovor stnkos my husband.
If ho can got out on the banks of somo
creole and catoh two or th roo littlo
mudents in tho ocurso of an afternoon,
bois perfeotly happy." "So ho is
fond of Ashing, then?" "Fond of Ash
ing? Why, that mau is a perfect un
The great success of
;x? the house of Walter
l?fluiaJ" 1780) has ,ed
?3fM|j^ of their nama, la
M Baker & Co. are 1
fl H K1& facturera of pure
Kl W\m Chocolates on this
Mil ri ?1 used 'n tne'r manu
?? Hill Consumers shot
^"?Ws1* they get, the genuir
Scott's Emulsion make
thing to aplcasure. You ]
ach knows nothing about
there. You feel it first in 1
it shows in the color of thc
angles, the smoothing of tl
* It is cod-liver oil digeste<
into the blood and losing it
themselves in the ocean.
What a satisfactory thin:
taste of cod-liver oil, evad
take health by surprise.
There is no secret of whn
taste is lost, but nothing is
Perhaps your druggist has a
Isn't tbt standard ail others try
00 cents and $1.00
MW A?lKAllT?O ANO ASTONISttXNQ
?U1U0 Ol' AN JSXTRKMH OASIS
Off ST. VITUS* O?N0IS.
How a VomiK Tinily Hcgnlnod tho Uso Ol'
Ilor Anne, Limbs and Hpoooh
lu Tliroo Wooka,
From tho Standard-Union, Jlrooklyn, JV, Y.
Too muoh hnrd'study at eohool broughton
St. Vitus' danoo. Suoh waa ibo uommon ox?
porlonco ot Miss Glondoru Hlvors, daughter
ot Mrs. Amoila ulvors, ot 00 lly
orson stroot, lirooklyu. Tho rllsonso grow
worso oYory mouth, uuttt tho young lady's
ontlro right aldo boenmo pnralyzodi but, now
that a marvelous and pormanont ouro has
boon wrought, lt will bo Interesting to road
hor own vondon of tho offlonoy of Dr, Will
lams' Pink Pills. \,
"For moro than n yonv," said Miss Mvors,
"doctors at tomb ul mo without effecting tho
slightest ohango In my condition. If any
thing, I grow worso undor tholr trcatmont,
until February ot this yoar, whon my oondi
tlon bocamo orltlcnl.
"I had lost tho oomploto uso of my 'nrma
and limbs and spooob, I could only swallow
lhpilds, and thoso only as thoy fed mo with a
spoon, when thoy could got my mouth opon.
I Wontod to sloop all tho tbno. Tho stupor I
laid in was something Uko a trnnoo, and no
doubt I would havo died if thoy had not
waited mo up at intervals.
"Tho first wcok in Marok my mothor, who
Js a slok nurse, was advised by a nolghbor to
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in my onso. Sho
got somo of tho pills-a box from Nollson's
drug storo, at tho cornor of Mvrtlo nvonuo
and Hall stroot. Boforo I had takon nno
balf tho contonto of tho box n romarknblo
ohango was nollcod In'my condition.
"Gradually I rogalnod tho uso of ray
arms and linns and spouch, and by tho timo
tho pills wero gono I was lip and about tho
houto almost woll. Dut my mothor thought
it wiso to get another box of tho pills, and
this sho did, and boro you soo mo stand bo
foro you with moro strength and moro am
bition than I ovor had.
"Somo of our near nolghbore attribute my
rogntuod body and health to somo miracu
lous or supernatural ngonoy; but my mothor
and most lnttmato friends know that tho
euro was offootod by Dr. Williams' Pink
"Tbroo wcoks from tho day I swallowed
tho first doso of tho pills I was as woll as you
soo mo to-day."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Pooplo
aro a spool flo for troubles poouliar to fo
urnies, such as suppressions, irrogt'iaritios
and all forms of weakness. Thoy build up
tho blood and rcstoro tho glow of wealth to
palo and sallow ohooks. In mon thoy offeot
a radical ourc in all cases arising from men
tal worry, ovorwork or oxcosses of whntovor
Thoy aro manufactured by tho Dr. Will
iams' Modlolno Company, Hobo n oe tad y, N.
Y., and aro sold by alt druggists at CO oonts
a box or ?Ix boxes for $2.50.
sr.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A Useful Garment.
Clothier-Woro you plohBod wrtu tho
overcoat whioh I sold you?
Customer-Ch, y os; all my boys
have worn it.
Clothior-Woll, think of that!
Customer-Every time, after a rain,
tho next smaller ono had to tako it.
Strength to Hpnre.
Tho majority of people do not po3?ess an
adequate of power for tho performance of
their ordinary labor. They aro always In a
"rnn-'townV condition, and so fal) easily into
consumption, arin pneumonia, fevers ti nd
kidney disease. To obtain strength look to
tho stomaoh. Strength comes from woll-dl
gestotl food alone. Tonlos and nervines don't
flvo real ncrmanont strength. But TynvrM
)y>pepsla Remedy does. Its right uso posi
tively insures perfect digestion. For salo
KlTS?toppod freo by Da. Kr.tNR'fl GUKAT
NKUVK RF.STOIIKU. >?o fits af tor lim dav's uso.
Marvelous euros. Treatise and $2.00 trial bot
tle freo. Dr. Kline. 031 Arch St., Pillia.. Pa.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softons tho gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain,euros wind colic. 25o. a bottle
It la Moro Thun Wonderful
how patiently pooplo suffer with corns. Got
comfort hy removing them with HiiidorcoriiB.
A. N. U_77777..Forty-oiyht.'iW.
tho chocolate preparations of.
- Baker & Co. (established
to the placing on the market
and unscrupulous imitations
bels, and wrappers. Walter
the oldost and largest manu*
and high-grade Oocoas and
continent. No chemicals are
lld ask for, and bo sure that
ie Walter Baker 86 Co.'s gooers.
& CO., Limited,
s cod-liver oil taking next
hardly taste it. The stom
it-it does not trouble you
the strength that it brings :
: cheek, the rounding of tho
:l for you, slipping as easily
self there as rain-drops lose
[2; .this is-to hide the odious
ic the tax on the stomach,
it it is made of-the fish-fat
lost but the taste.
substitute fot Scott's Emulsion,
lo equal I be best for you to buy ?
. New York
A Li?t nf Reliable Buainoss Uoxm?'
whero visitors to the Great ShQjp'
will bo properly treated and oar?!
purohaso goods at lowest prices.
65 Whitehall St., Atlanta, aa.
Kvorytltlug lu tho Jowolry and Sliver.
IMno at Factory Prluos.
A ti-ANTA. GA.
TO AVOID THIS XTSIM
Tho ONLY palliions an.1 harmlos?
CUHK for tim weirs?, lynn o( Kowran, !
Tuttar, itiugwortu, ugly rough patob> ,
OB on tho fnco, ?i mt wi noalp.t.
Ground ?toll, olmfos, ullina, pim* !
WT pto?. l'rt?Hon from ivy or pninpu?Wit? !
I f1 In Hhort ALI. iruiIKH. Knud 609, la i
IjMuan.ps or osait to J. T. Shuptrinov
. IJ S:i\ .-m ti ul i. Ut,, toruna bos, lt you? j
druggist don't koop ii.
You will lind lt ?vt OiiAS. O. TYNKII'S, Atlanta. .
For Style, Wear and' Cointon, /7M
Blooiwortli Sloe Coi
14 Wto.itoto.all St.
growers of fruits, berries,
and all kinds of vegetables,
know that the largest yie lds and
best quality are produced by
the liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least IO% of
Without the liberal use of Pot*
ash on sandy soils, it is impos
sible to grow fruits, berries and
vegetables of a quality that will
command the best prices.
Our pamphlet! are ?ot adverHxlng circular* boon?
lng special fcttllizers, but are practioal works, contal*,
lng latest researches on the subject of fertilization, mid
are really helpful to farmers. They are sent free for
GERMAN KALI .WORKS,
03 Nassau St., New York.
If in visiting^
you do not find in the Manufactures
Building that largo portion of the
"PRE-EMINENT IN ARTI8TI0 TONE QUALITY*
Or anyway, If you think of buying a
piano, write to either
THE\IOHN CHURCH CO.
CHICAGO. NBW YORK. CINCINNATI.
on 1 s
TUB EVERETT PIANO CO.
And you will get valuable information*
TUB AKUMOTOn CO. doco halt |W>?!SKI3
windmill buslnew, becarwo lt lui* roUuccd tho coat ot
?lud powor to 1.0 what lt waa. lt lu* many branca
tiouow, and supplied Us goods and ropsAro
' nt your door. It can and dooa furnish a
. bottor ortlclo for lesa money than
lethero. It makes Pumping WM
Uonrod, Steel, Qalvanued-ftfWrv
4Completion Windmills, IllUnff.
y and Fixed Stool Tower*,Bund 1WM8S/J,
Framos, 8tcol l'aed Outlor? mid Feta
, Orlndors. On application lt wH? namo on?
... of Uicso nrtlcloathat ll will furnish nntU
january let at 1/3 the usual prlco. It also rn?Ws
Tanks and Pumpa of all kinds. Mond for caUUorttxw
Pacloryt 12lb, Rockwell and FDImoro Slruls, Chlcajpz.
% iX. <?^PP?$8 An Unheard of OJTor ?
W?B \\J iJSm ThlstM.OO Kuli Leather Top. Otnoloo
? X K/l ICU COLUMBUS Buoor with shafts, sont IKT>
WIISXI for examination on re?
eclpt ol |5. llronster Bprloge
Lira.-.lrcJ. Nom-Lultor rotslltd
}.t (100. Absoluta guarantee.
Ffor ono year. If oxaolly M
' represented, psy nearest l.iuk
th? balanoo, |60. l'rlcs $4S JJ
oj.su WITH our.T. lir?(i. registered letter or money order.
g&jgg^ American Bro Co. c?o.r''
Qoliool of S?.lioi*tlxn,ixcl
, . AUUUHTA, OA.
No text books usad. Actual butluos* from/day ot
entorlng. Uunlnoss papor*. oollego ottrrmoy anti
good* used. Mond for handsome'/ itlimtratod o?t*>
ioguo. Uoard oltoapsr than'in any .Sauthorn oliy.
* QA DAY SURE.
%tPlVanrl wu vwil show you
i us, your
[and wo \MII (h'.iv you bow to
^B."" r-i.i rn..?r juu now IO
.m. ko JJ a dayi absolutely surej we fur.
nish the work and toachyou free ?on
work In the looallty whore you Drei
send usynur address and w? will exp?ala
tho business fully; romomher we guar*
ant4o a clear prorli ol aj fornrery aayv
? ...?,. wworki alwolutflly suivi writ, al CK?.,
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OlcMiies and beaullllci the bair,
l'ronioles a luxuriant growth.
Never Fallo to Uostoro Ow?
Jlalr to ita Youthful Oo'
Vscalp diseases h hair fal
in ump, no q by i