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lar Lstccm and
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Fifty years of
fifty years of
The only Sar
saparillainthc world that
ed its fiftieth
and is doing it
today with no
signs of decay.
Its mission is
to cure and
to help. No
wonder it has fifty happy years back of it.
Get a bottle today of
which mtde Siruptrillt fimous
All DiiuaaiiTi Sill Ann's Samafakuu. 1.00 a Bottli.
LEGEND Or DON JUAN.
Where Iljron Got (tie Them far HU
Moel Pamoma foam,
The tlmplcit form of the story, ae
cortllnc to M. Antolns Lntour, who
hunted this "belle legendo" to It
source In 1866, mens to tie that Don
Juan Tcnorlo killed the Comendndor
Ulloa. whoe dniiRhter ho had itolen
nwny. The Comendndor wns hurled In
tiro rhnpel of tho Franciscan Convent.
Into which, It was rumored, Don Han
forced hi way for the purposo of In
sulting tho tomb of It In victim, where
upon tho tfttgy, deocendlnK from Its
niche, selicd upon the offender and
bore hlw body and soul to tho Infernal
regions; tho most probaule explanation
being, however, that tho monks, In or
der to cheek tho ntroclouii career of
Don Junn, cctlced him within their
wnlle whenco ho never enmo forth.
The Idea o' tho "tnlklng statue" wm
first utilized !; Ixpo do Vcgn. who
lived neflr to tflo tlmo of Don Juan:
next. Alrso do Molina Rives the com
plete legend In Ills play entitled "If!
Murlador do tiovllla; or, HI Convldado
do I'edra" (Tho Mocker of Seville; or.
tho Marble Quest). A century later
Antonio Zaraora uses It again In n play
translated "All Debts Musi be Paid;"
Mollere present It In "1a Fcslln do
Pierre," laying tho sceno In Blolly.how
over, and Improving tho character of
Don Juan so llttlo that his audiences
woro shocked and his play prohibited
and forgotten. His Don Juan was more
a cliUen of the world than a Bnanlard,
and tho legend had becomo familiarly
known all over Europo nnd flourished
ns a favorite themo for puppet shows
nnd pnntomlmes, It had appeared In
Kngland In Shadwell'a play, called
"The Libertine," and at n later day
Ilyron took possession of tho name,
"I'll thereforo take our ancient friend
Wo all huvo seen him In tho panto
mime Sent to tho devil somowhat cro his
Hut his hero Is by no menns a res
urrection of him of tho Spanish leg
end; he Is only n peg on which to
hang another and no better story.
Finally Mozart and his llbrctlst, the.
Abbe Da Pontc, took It up, eliminated
some of Its moot repugnant features,
and gavo us the opera of "Don Gio
vanni." Poet Ijoto.
Beguliles to Dowels,
Hues Teething Euj.
TEETHINA Meres tin
Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
. Cojte Oalr OS Cent. ,
Ak if rur Ifruialai tat It
I'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
IFUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
. TbictftiitopiortUB.tf of lour llf.lt nov before ma. ScboUrthlpt In tmilntu or hortbanj eul
from Wtol.uf.ir iittl) dj. Kiperl aceoubualt In f.iullf of ltt nttlM eie.rlanto. Il tut
Uwrllemfe'oredelrtlnlom pl.t-h.r Ail gUBKS OITT ItlfHINKH it)..l.lt(lK. T.t.
t;iald1ni'i Alblillo MtiniT ihould U m4 br
ewr br wbu eou to becuuie u etbltle.
Nivi. ll.llDf. tl.le.INo. M Offltlil fool lltll
ita.. flow lo U an Alb lluld. (run Ouldi.
lo. M. Iluw Ui 1-Uf IK)I
Xo.n. How lol'Ur lieu
)... All Around Atb
Ko, 41. How to ruBtb
Je.ei. liow toTrtlo.
Ko, M, Official llukal
So ej, AtbltUal'rliiitr.
No. II. Official A-A. U.
Ko. I. AlhlrlUII.ro rdi.
Ko. 9. Offlrltl 1IM. lull
K. 109. How to bo I III
PRICE, 10 OBHTS PER COPY,
B4ni for talaUgut of alt iptrti,
A. 0. Spalding 6 llror. , XT . CbU'.f o, lirnror.
"Nothing but wheats what you might
csll a, sea of wheat," U what was aalil
by a lecturer upeaklng of Western Can
ada. Per purtwulam na If routoa, rail
way faro, ui-.. apply to Hunertntemleiit
et IramlgTallvit, Iiariinrnt interior (It
tawa, Catuda, or to l apl K Uarrttt, lloue
A Natural Blaolt by
ITU H c.ou of all t
Good resolutions, like fainting wow
en, aro hard to carry out.
Is rapidly aujMrMxIlne the old ityl itareh
in. It lavea falior, save uionay ami uiakoa
collars KudviilTa look Ilka uaw, All ifrocri
ell It large pookngo 10c.
House cleaning seaon sends many
people to tho manicures.
Are Too" Uilac Allta'a Foot-Kaaar
It Is the only euro for Swollen,
Smarting, Uurnlng, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Uunlons. Ask for Allen'a
i Koot-Ease, a powder to be shaken Into
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores. Z6c. bamnle sent Fit KB. Ad
dress, Alien s. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
The gilded youth Is merely n fash
ion plotcd ntfulr.
f.rrblMrta iMlbliil, MU lb. lumi. rrdaf.l to
It Is uscleM to bo good unle yov
are good for something.
A D.tUmllun ii f War.
Th publio will watch with ke.a Intaraat
the light now on In lUod .arn.it. One of
the largott and moat Influential Arms In tho
eait liarlBg arrayed lUrlf agalmt all uii
tcru4ilout patent litedlelaa adrartlilnr,
agreea to back up with Ita entire capital th
followlnggvaraateei tVo hereby rasrante
to alterlate all itomarh and bowel troubles
by tk ui of J)r Kay's llenerater It or
ImtrurtleBi ar followed. b)o4d by drug
glita at 'Mxi and II 00, or eut prrpalU on re
ceipt of price by Dr. 11. J. Ray Jfwllenl Co.,
Haratoga, Hprli.gi, N V. Write their pby
ttclaui fur f rModWre aUmt your era.
When money talks few Interpreters
THE WINDOW OYSTBR.
Ue.r Bh.lt Ttiat Rerrea a RaUtllnU
far Olat. lu Manila.
In Manila, whero there Is an Inter
esting field open to tho naturalist, tho
native havo a queer substitute for
glass, It la a blvnlvo nhcll of about
nine Inches of surface, so transparent
that print can readily bo scon through
it, and admitting a mellow light In a
room whero It Is used as window
glaes. Tho shell Is an nttractlvo ob
ject, perfectly straight, nnd In appear
ance rcficmblca Isinglass. Ono could
almost Imaglno that It was somo
skilful Invention of the native, coulrt
not the growth rings be readily ob
served. The outer sldo of the shell Is
perceptibly rough, while tho Interior Is
perfectly glnxed over, nnd In tho light
has tho pearly luster found In many
of tho thln-shcllcd nystor-llko mol
luskB of tho tropics. Tho nhell Is tho
plnouna placentln of science, and Is
well known In China, the common
namo being the Chinese window oys
ter. It Is employed there nlso for win
dows, and used In lanterns. The Chi
nese grind up the shell nnd make
from it tho silver paint so common In
their water collows. Tho bivalve Is
very common Ui the Philippines, nnd
forms a very good and cheap substi
tute for glass; ono that is extremely
ingenious and suggestlvo of the value
fr 11.P. IWIACo,
nnillll IlKl'lt Now l'tml homoruro.
Dr. Kay's Renovaler, BfiSffSl&SA
tla.eoDitlpallon lire rand kidney rtUcavti, tll
iloutne, lirudti ho. etc At uruggtiu Xo t II.
THE MOONSHINER EXPLAINED.
A Georgia revenue man had a novel
experience recently with a moonshiner
In a suspected district.
Early ono morning ho discovered an
old man standing near a grave In tho
Hut the troubla about this grave
was that tho revenue mnn had ob
served smoke Issuing from tho place
whero tho headboard should have
He surprised the old man, who Im
mediately feigned great sorrow, ex
plaining his pretence there by tho
statement that his brother was burled
At the mention of Ills brother he
feigned groat grief and sild he "never
would get over It It wut sleh a hard
dispensation of Providence."
"Hut Isn't it peoullar," said the rev
i enue man, "that I see a stovepipe at
the head of his grave, and smoke is
itrnnger." replied the weeping
moflHihlier, "he died in his elns, an'
hit's my opinion they're a-reastln' of
him down below." Atlanta Constitu
"Pmfib CANDY CATHARTIC,,
Tf tiy Tommy la Clood.
Aunt Sophia "And is Tommy a good
little boy at sehool?" Tommy "Yoa,
auntie." Aunt Sophia "And why Is
1 Tommy a good little boyt" Tommy
" 'Cause It's better fun to see the other
boys get a licking than to get one
yourself." Doston Transerlpt
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
for cou.ba, told.,
and tbtuat dlteaae
The owner of probably the greatest
prlrnto collection of autographs In tho
wnrH, Alexander Pplonyl, has died In
Vienna. Ills collection waa so largo
that It filled tho entlro upper story of
fels house. Polonyl possessed tho auto
graphs of over 30,000 persons, not only
of moderns, but of mediaeval and re
naissance persons as well. Ho was
not particular as to age, religion, pro
fession. All ho stood out for was that
tho autograph was to be that of a per
son of certain historical Importance.
He possessed original writings which
have not yet been printed of Michael
Angelo and Mario Antoinette, letters
by Calvin and Luther. Schiller and
Goethe, pages of music by Wagner and
neethoven, original documonta from
tho eleventh century, private letteru of
Cnnovas, old Hebrew scrolls, and ser
mons by famous Hussites. It was Pol
onyl's greatest pleasuro to show his
treasures to scholar and to bewilder
them with the wenlth and variety of
tho materials which he nlaccd before
them In the calculated dlsordor wo
have attempted to describe He began
Jlfo as an apprentice to a Leipzig
bookseller. Ills greatest success wan;
with a mognlflcnnt collection of Du-
rcs'n drawings, which ho happened on
quite accidentally and sold to the Roy
al gallery In Berlin for n prodigious
sum of money. Polonyl had no scien
tific or historical knowledge, but ho
had a genius for collecting, nnd It was
as n collector he was known through
out tho world.
J). Ural, l'roient.
A girl who for nlno yean has work
ed in a certain Norrlstown mill wns
married recently, nnd from tho card
ing, spinning and weaving ovcrsoers,
because she had worked so faithfully
she received n present as delicate nnd
rnre and beautiful as over graced the
nuptials of n princess. Tho men gave
ner three handkerchiefs, each of them
so light that with a breath, they could
be blown to tho celling, for they were
woven of thistledown. This stuff Is
common on the Norrlstown meadows,
nnd on the plant.
t . ..
HOME duties to many Tf omen teem more Important than
No mntter how ill they feel, they drop; themselves
through tho dally tasks nnd pile tip trouble. ,
This is herolo but a penalty has to bo
A woman In New Matamorns, Ohio,
Mr,. ISADELt. BRArtr.LD, telln In the
following letter how sho fought with
dlscaso of tho feminine organs until
finally forced to take to her bed. Sho
Drar Mrs. Pinkham I feel It my duty to wrllo to you to
tell you that I have taken Lydln K. Plnkhnm's VeRetnUle Com
pound and think thero is no medicine in the world like it. I
suffered for nlno years, and sometimes for twelvo weeks at a
tlmo I could not stand on my feet, I had femnto troubles of
allkincsi backache, nnd hendacho nil tho tlmo.
Seven different doctors trentod me. Somo said
I would havo to go to tho hospital and.
have nn operation performed. Dut oh I
bow thankful I am that I did not, that
I tried your Vegetable Com
pound instead. I cannot say
too much in Its praise, nor
thank you enough lor what it
has done for mo, I want you
to publish this In nil tho papers
for the good ol other
The wives and
mothers of America
nre given to over
work, Let them be
wise in timo nnd nt
the first indication
of female trouhlo
write to Mrs. Pink,
ham at Lynn, Mass.,
advice is promptly given without charge. (
The present Mrs. Pinkham's experience in treating femalo
Ills Is unparalleled: for years she worked side by sldo with
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and for sometimo past has had solo
charge of tho correspondence department of her great busi
ness, advising and helping by letter as many as a hundred
thousand ailing women during a single year. "
mmaw i muwi r 'is
The volume of
travel through tho
chows att enormous
Your n&me and tddresi on n post. Card will
brinr) you ab&olute proof that Oi. WllllamV Pink Pill
for Pale People will cure you if you are afflicted
'with any disuse of the blood or nervev. Mention
the disorder with wHth you are tvuff erlno and we
'will iend evidence that will convince and aati'o
you that Dr ViillUmi' Pink Pills for Pale People win
these pills contain, In a condensed form, all the
'.elements necessary to dive new life and richness to the
iblood and restore shattered, nerves. They&re an un
failing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia,
sc. Vitus aants, sciatica, ncuraiyia, rneumaiism,
partial paralysis and 6.11 forma of weakness either
.in men or women.
To a lAwrenea Journal reporter Mr. O. II. Bnyder. a well known
elllien ol lAwreocit, Kan., related n wnnrlerftil alory. lie raid I
"I am now tevenly yrare or ate. Arwul lliree jrax aio 1 experl
nceI a eeldneaa or nuirtbntis In the feet, than creeping up t. ylrei,
until II reaeheil my body. 1 crew thin, appetite poor onildld nol relUti
iny food. 1 Income unable to move about ('oniulled errrrnl rtla
tlntulihed pbralelant. one telllna ma 1 had locomotor atoila. another,
creeping prlyala. I look their mrdlaliiea but rontlnurd to rrow
worie. A friend advlied me to try Ur. Wllllame' i'luk hllla for 1'ale
reopla. Jlefore I bad nnlilied my nret boi I found that thrr were
bene ntlnc me. I ueed twelve boee and wai rrfrily cored. Allhouih
over ilx months tlnce I ueed mr Uat pill ihere liaa been no rrlurn of
the dlaeaee. . My appetite Ii good and f eueral heallli better than fur
Leak for the full rums on the pukige. At drurgUts or direct from the
Dr. William Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 50c per bet. 6 bom $20.
The first reason
for this is the sUOIlg
of the BURLINGTON
ROUTE from Kansas
City to Denver, ChU
cago, St. Louis,
St. Paul, Montana,
Ii. IV. TTAKELEY,
IT. Wit, II.
VkM III 1J tn Ut.iilti,.l
I Irritation, vr ulc.ratlana
uf u. u c n u . IB.inl.i.t.i
4tHltlll CulSieuOa. I-H "t twlwnuui.
Mold liy UraBglale,
er nl In plain wrifMr,
I ll. ... W (HH1
ft nl In rlaln ir
llrrelar aynl ou r-4a.1l
IIITrilTP n. r. a. n. i.ackt,
rn ml' 1 w Kiatnlnallunandoplnloa
MaltBUllili)r 4 H.o4 UMiraia. m..ti.
WinlsH "u fa ,n M F" luu bamlllac
..aHIVWOUr I II
uiiralla and Kraiuai. Trlla
(ur urnn.1' II Aud.non a Co .in Kimki.liallai.TtB
WANTKD Cut ct ita arallh that II i pk-K m
III IU.I I..0.II. iaa4 1 .rati lo lllftai L'htmieU
Co.. Saw Vore.fer 10 itnulat aad Uxo itiilmonlU.
Best Prescription for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
It is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
Grovo'n is tlic only Chill
cure that is sold through
out the entire malarial
sections of the United
States. Every dealer is
authorized to guarantee
Grove's. No cure No
Pay, Price 50c.
First Tasteless Tonic
ercr manufactured. All
other so-called "Taste
less" Tonics are imita
tions. Ask any druggist
about this who is not
PUSHING an imitaUsa.
Tim TSADl IBBIANS CUtOVE'S.
PARIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louk, Mo. Gentlemen sWc wish to congratulate you on the Increased
sales we are having on your Grovm'a Tasteless OHM Tortkj, On examining our record of
Inventory under date of Jan. 1st. we find that we sold during the Chill season of 1898, 2260 dosea
Qreve's Tonkla Please rush down order enclosed herewith, and oblige,
Yours truly, MEYER BROS. DRUG CO.
ii E? aU ci fi aU c Qet y ur pen,oR
Write CAtT. O'PARRCIX, Perulen Art.
Va4erae4lir nwr.tuuli aad baakeia ailbe wlr erealrlualfeM l.'uir.itlir ar Win trade asd
la meMHiiu Kiiunii rru ir Mmin r i aiMeo iimii r ni .im inivnaaia
r.Dui.i.un la lb. auutb Miuiiiv.1 lcu if Mmlh or I bImai Kauleiu
411K'.w Vatb Av.n.ia. WA4II1N(1TUN. D.C 04. v le dr le abutl anl lu lu i ,.i l.it.i n."ia. Atfdr... II II III1
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W. N. U. DALLAS. NO. 21 1800
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Henttca Tbls Taper. 1
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