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A grapate idea of the immense size
of Siberia may be gleaned from the
following comparison: All of the
states, kingdoms, principalities, em
pires, etc., of Europe (except Russia)
and all of the United States, including
Alaska, could be placed side by side
in Siberia and yet but little morethan
cover that immense country.
NEW CHATTANOOGA LABORATORY.
One of the L.argeat in the World-Wioe of
Cardui Ias an Immense :ale.
CiATTAOC'GA., Txxx. November 9th.-The
imme: s new ia'rat;ory of the Chattanoo.:a
31elicine CoatnltliV w ias commenced to-dae.
Nearly an acre of floor spa"e is now us'i in
making McElre'e's Wine of Cardui and 'Te ' -
ford's Black l)rau':giat, but this new a:nn x
t'oublets the capacity oft be plant. This bu:i
i:e-s has bvecone one of the larte't in ihe
country, a r now send, its leading prr- r,
Wine of Cardt u, to every part of the wrbIi.
A brancha ()PI- las bn: established at :.
Louis for the nor:hwes:era trarle.
SlO) iReward. Ti100.
The readers of this paper will be pleasd to
learn that there is at lea.t one dreaded dieease
that science has been able to cure in all i t
ela;.s, and that is catarrh. Hall's Ca:ata h
Caro is the only po=i'ive cure now known to
the medical frattrnity. (atarrh being a con
,titution d dise.' requires a constitutiom.,
treatment. iali's (1:rri Cure is taken in
ternally, actin u;"e't:y upon the blood anl
mucous surace, : tie system, tb--reby de
stroying th- ,"u:iati-n of the disatse. ant
-iving the patienitstrenth by building .ap the
constitutio:. a' isti:nature in domn% its
work. The prOapri.: trs Lve so much fait h il:
its curative : rs t:aat they ofter One Hun
i reI Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
-u.d for list of tCsitioniaUs. Address '
F . J. Cs ':r Co., Toledo, 0.
C" Sold by Dreggirt, .t5.
In O!den Times
Peple overi.oked the importance of perma
neatly beneticiral efieet. and were stisied
with tran ient act ion, Teut now that it is genter
ally known that Syriy of Figs will permanent
ly cure habituai orastirtieon, well-informed
perple will not buy rthrr Taxatives, which act
for a time, leut fina:y inure the systerr.
, We:t a~Sense of Relief it is to Know
th.t yout have nn corns. Ilindereornsremores
them, and is conforting. 15c. at druggists.
your E'rorts are in Vain
tryin_ to r:a:t r ren1tlh by IaC i-C ef
.. r atns of codlvr ni.
I' n. ,:- T1 .-t iCk the o' O l-tni e aie"r. the
: . :ir: -tel. the attlai.ti)n, .th'.
! t .:iim mtt i" t o 'ote ta ittlt mtt a. I hte
-.:n c e-ith.. a aid of a pt:rftatul ell like
Tyn.'s l)yspep-ia i-emelry. With .its ha-ia
w!!;.: t i t an per crte- t all:'t -t ton rlIes
an,i het:.tith 1 i, s eur .
Fte hale b1 ail ru:.ts. Prie 5t ccitt e-,'
M,. WineCowi t -yrip for chi'dren
elit :C. sof:en' e er:m.al-ir inflanna
alays pa all',Zn.rec w. a bottle,
Parker' (in~e: Tonie is Popular
for :ool s .er' elerpiess, nerrno:
wom:en find ntoi: u :, ltin an;'eyj,ving.
_or Wie' ''.: -: PiM'.- (ure is a
r eCsful t 1:'c . . . DiarT:, tr
Throep Ave.,he ..roI N. Y.. Nov. 14. 'I.
>.-1T aTlt 5r eL- -e' e b ' U N. :Nu 's (tiF:\'
-.r vF l T n .:::t Na. it<a iite irs-t dny's use.
3rveiat' s eures. 'a.1 tise w: ,a' .Ii t rial bot
tie free. Dr:. Ki:w," , .\reih S., Phila., Pa.
if n'-t:l Wit t <" a Xes u, li1r. Is-arac Thomp
son's1 :ere-r. list el at 2->e per bottle
andr ittl .ateanet lae whoping oh
eat.r Shelie:ulshy impg'red, aln frod a isi
eall anooil ht. Her flesh sn salid.e
cheeks rosy. appetite good and her sleet)
refreshing."' Mirs. Ca. A. Coac'. 34 Fulton Si.,
Peai>ody, Mas. Glet only Ito .n>'s.
"f aa"a "e tti-s, mild, e.'CC
39 U Lii'e. .ll draaa..s rc
a--. ea the fare. cruaed s.a.
1if Gis.:nd itch, chase', chn:-, ;aim
ise.-Poison fren ivy or poa,c oa
. wn:,G. * rand ox, : ou
druna dn't eepit
Chiiarlte, N. C.
nea 'an-i Typewa'nrt nil..h
N.F w-.w E':
THE FIELD OF ADVENTURE
THRILLING INCIDENTS AND DAR.
ING DEEDS ON LAND AND SEA.
Most Unique Battle of the War
Fight With a Marine Monster-A
Thwarted Crime, Etc.
N the winter of 1862-3 a part of
the Confederate army was in win
ter quarters near the town of
Dalton, in the northern part of
Georgia. The famous Orphan Brigade
of Kentucky, noted for its bravery
and daring in battle, 'was encamped
near a brigade of Tennessee troops.
The Kent:ickians were conmanded by
General Joseph H. Lewis, now on the
bench of the Court of Appeals, and
the gallant Pat Cle-ourne, who after
ward fell fighting bravely at Frank
The two brigades mingled constant
ly, and the tedium of e.iup life was
relieved by many gay pranks and
harmless larks among the :.oldier
One day the troops were treated to
a genuine snow storm-a sight very
rare in that part of the country, but
which recalled their far away homes
very vividly to the soldiers from the
Middle States. A narty of Tennessee
soldiers had been paying a visit to
some of their Kentucky comrades, an,
as they took their departure their late
hosts in a spirit of sport threw seine
snowballs after them; they responded
promptly, and a lively contest ensued,
each party pelting the other with the
The Tennesseeans retreated it first,
but, being re-enforce, returned to the
attack. Seine Georgians, who now
learned to make snowballs for the
first time, also joine:l their side. The.
assailed the Kentuckians so fircely
that the latter, outnumbered and
blinde.l by the feath2rv balls, were
ariven from their position and their
barracks and colors were seized by the
At~ this juncture General Lewis
stepped out of his tent, and was also
greeted with a volley of snowballs and
a derisive cheer. Seeing ho vmatters
stood he sprang upon his horse, or
dered out his oflicers and men and al
vanced with his entire brigade to re
gain their lost honors.
The Tennesseeans and Georgians
called on their comrades for aid, and
both sides responded with the same
eagerness and promptness which
would have been dispayed at the satd
den attick of a Federal army. Tn a
few moments SO)O men and o icers
were drawn ap i lbattle array, their
crais full of snowballs, and amid
shouts of laughter and loud cheers the
the fight waged furiously.
The officers rode among the men
encouraging them and bravely expos
ing themselves to the siower of white
balls, which soon made the soldiers
look like sno:Y men. If an officer was
knocked on his hors, a private in
mediately tookC his place and rallica
Th~e bat tle 'vaxed fiercer M4-rcel:
each side medes: detfinined charges
an1 wer' ejulsed again and again.
But wwy, inch by inch, the valiant
Ken tuckians drove their opponents
back and recaptured t'.eir quarters
and colors. They then formed in a
compact body, with freshly gathered
am-munition and charged upon the
spot where General Clebourne was
se:ated on his horse, gayly cheering
his men and1 giving instructions to his
aides. Time after time the Keu
tuckians d-ashed themselves against
the wall of Tennesseeans, but were
driven back before the rain of balls
and forced to retreat. The two bodies
of men swayed back and forth all the
afternoon without either side gaining
a victory. Night finally came and the
darkness ended the bloodless, but one
of the most unusuil -and fiercest,
attles ever fought. - Louisville
Fight With a 3Iarine 3Monster.
The Italian settlement at the foot
of Franklin street, Oakland. Cal., was
agitated the other morning by the
capture of a monster of the deep. An
Italian fisherman gave battle to the
queer fish, andi he says he will iong~
remember the encounter. The cap
tre was made near Goat Islaud in
the morning. It took several hours
to land the fish, and during ;he con
test two boats were nearly wrecke:1.
The Itdlians call the monster a "ra'
fish," because it has somewhat the ap*
pearance of a rat. The iush weigiin
'W> pounds and measures eleven feel
from the tip of the nose to the end of
the tail. 'The tail itself, which was
ued by the fish as a means of defense,
meisured six feet in length. The
fishermen claim that this is the fir.st
"rat fish" ever captured in the Bay of
Sa Franc isco.
The story of the battle was told by
Jamaes Iag~oria. He employs the li-sh
ermnen to go out every morning and
fih for h in. "There is one old man
in my employ," said Lagorio, "who
seems to have particularly bad luck in
catching treaks. Several days ago he
caught a man-eater while fishing near
Goat Island and had an exciting en
counter. This morning the same old
fisherman had his lines out near Goat
Island when he captured. the rat fish.
He was alone at tne time, and was
somewhat excited when the monster
came to the surface of the water and
made st:aight; for his little boat, lash
in'g his tail in all directions. The
isherman taal. to devote his eniorts to
gettug a'wy from his catch. He
shouted for assistance, and three comn
panions, whno were fiching in the vicin
ty, came to his recue. After a long
stugle they succeeded in tiro'iin;
the monster andi lowed hun shore. A
tsh that weighs 245 pounds an.d i!
eien eleven feet loe.~, ,vith a tail al
most like a rod of iron canl du somc
fighting when it gets mad. Th-at is
what myv fishermen tond out wee
they trie to land the monster. The
an who made the capture has given
un the sea for a few davs. He is a lit
te sunerstitious about his captures
an d'oes not want to do any more
-ee in the shh ss for a great
mnnr -:ears, t- we have never ha'l
anviing ike his efore. It 18 no'
am shark. The t il is very peculiar and~
has great strenmchi when the mnonster
is alive..- That is its weaplon of defense.
The men who caught the fish tell me
havoc with its tail. They were thor
oughly alarmed during the battle with
the creature. After we have had it on
exhibition a few days we shall send
the head to the Oakland High SchooL
We gave this school the head of the
A Thwarted Crime.
An Indian paper tells a curious tale.
A rich lady, with her two children,
both infants, was going, it is said, in
her own "ekka" from Ramnagar to a
place in the centre of the Bar tract.
The driver was a trustworthy servant
of the family, and it was for this rea
son that the lady had not divested
herself of the ornaments sha usually
wore. Bnt the sight of the jewels was
too much for him, and at an excep
tionally lonely spot in that lonely
country he suddenly asked his mis
tress to hand him her valuables. On
her suspecting his real designs and
hesitating, the miscreant showed him
self in his real colors, and made her
and her little ones, who could hardly
toddle about, get down. The horriole
thought that was working in his brain,
that of hiding his crime by means. of
murder, had given his face a sardonic
look, which made the poor woman
Then the fierd bound her, hand and
foot, and informed her that be would
first kill her children and then do her
to death. By her earnest autreaties
she prevailed over him to begin with
her first. He had an axe in his hi-ntd,
with which he aimed a blow at her,
but the head being loose, it flew away
and fell a few paces ouT, the hiandle
only remaining in his grasp. H3eo
steeped into the grass to look for it
and disappeared behind a mound. She
waited her certain doom with all her
nerves on the strain. She gradaily
fell into a swoou, and when she came
round the first thing she saw was her
husband bending o,nr her and her ba
bies crying and tuggin at her
After she had left;, a nameless nneas
iRees seized her inshand. lie could
not reason away his vague fear, try*
as he would, and at last he mo:nted
his horse and followed the "ekka." He
had procee:ed but a few ni,les when
the dreadful sight of his wife and chil
dren lying bounl iii with cor.Is oi
the groun1 met his eys. Au 1 tne
"torv that his wife tol him c:onir led
his blood with h :'rror. They both
then, drawn by an irre;pressible c:iri
osity, went toward the direction that
the iniscreant went to pick up bis ax,
and think of their surnrise wi- they
3'aw his .or i.eaei yn 'e
putrid and bloate1, to 1 i basing
aver it in clo:ds. aributi'ou hal
come in the shape of - arundia," oc
the deadliy variety ino:vn as "kh i
rare even in those snlko in estel
parts, whose bite instantaneo:s-y par
alizes the victim and ciccomposcs the
body in an hour.
Just an TnIh romi Death.
We were eitti.a on the veranda or
diZ ~ungaiow one evening in far-oil
3rmnah, Ri. A., and I, enjoyinz our
after dinner cheroot. The' waters of
he bay liwoed laziiy at the sand aL
or feet, for our hoa-se wa.s "builded
an~ the sands" of the shore. All the
world. seemed at year', only the
"olunk! plank !" of the moaotonoas
ngt bird in the jun zle, an I the oc
caional note of the jackal sign-aliing
in the distance to his coldrales, was
heard. The moon had come up from
behind a rocky isla'il just over in the
bay, andi spread a fiood of gol iea yeb
owv light orer the silver to2I)e,l bren
er, rolling in over a nei-.shbodang
coral ree. It was so cahn and bean tiful
that. it seemed that all that was wicked
anud ban had gone out of the world.
nd yet death lurked just at my
friend's elbow, as he pu!icl necon
siousy at his cheroot.
We had been discus:nn a leisure
ly manner sonmethiug that hal 'apn
oened in Amnerica. To prove somLe
Gont my fricud arose, anu, streten.
ng himself lazily, san tered into his
bedroin to get a paper beairing on the
matter we bad bet-n diseassing. Usu
ally light were placed in all the bed
rooms, but this ever.ne, for some nu
accountable3 reaso:---robJab'y the
mooligt--theu servaut hid not per
formed his duties. I extidL hear my
frend fumbling ab.onut ou his ren
table and then suid.'niy lhe gave a
quick mery of horror an i rushe.l out to
"I nave bee-astru&k by a snake," he
gasped, and his face w.o deadly :ale.
"Where is it? Qaick ! show me !
I exclaimed, as I wiiped out a kuife.
He held out his r ight arm. There
was no markr on the hand, which I ex
mined critically, bust ou the calf of
the shirt were two tiny .srratch-like
punctures, and two. litth gio'mnles of
poison sinking into the starche.l linen
and leaving a sickly, greenish -yeho.v
"You've had a close eali. old mnau,"~
i exclaimed, with a great sigh of re
lief, "and I think you need a peg to
brace up your nerves, but first let us
settle the snake."
We found him coiled up oa a small
mirror, which lay on the table, an:lan
ugly looking devil he was, too, ready
to strike again.
He was a very poisous as snake,
known as the D2IboaC Rasselli, bat
after my friend had na;ishel with him
it would have been dialWult for any
naturalist to have place-i him in his
proper genus.--Detroit Free Press.
Struck by iAghtniiig in a Dory,
Captain Frank Wallan, of Small
Point, had a thrilling ex perience last
week during a thunder uhower. He
was out in a dory after duts~ when
the storm came up, and suddenly
there cause a fash of lightning that
seemed to surroundl his bout witii its
flame, and then sou?ethiu like a ball
of fre dauced along the crest of the
wave in his directiou. There was a
dreadful roll of thunder th-at seemed
to break over his head, and t:e-n he
knew no more for some timne. Wh'en
he revived he was at nes:t unab!e to
move, but at last half tiopped over, his
bands going into the water. Hie then
isovered that his oars were gone and
his rifle la-v in the bottnm of the boat
comletely sbattered. Hfe also found
that he was bleeding freely but, re
covering somewhat, he paddled ashore
with a piece of board. reaching there
after several hours of hard work. Then
it took the doctor a long while to stop
the bleeding, but Captain Wallace has
nw recovered so as to be. aroand as
., na-Lc-wit (Me .lanunal.
A NEW CURATIVE POWER,'
HYPNOTISM A POTENT REMEDY
The Fact Demonstrated Before the
New York Academy of Medicine
-A Doctor's Experiment.
T HE New York Academy of
Medicine, Section of Neuro
logy, is deeply interested in
the experiments being con
ducted by J. Arthur Booth to demon
strate the value of hypnotism in the
cure of disease. Dr. Booth's work,
say the New York Recorder, has
been done in his private practico
among patients of his own or those
which have been sent to him by other
physicians. Dr. Booth. at a meeting
of the Academy of Medicine on Satur
day evening, gave a practical demon
stration of his methods of applying
the hypnotic treatment. He was ac
companied by a very pretty young
woman, a meminer of a well-known
family, who had consented to act as a
Sul)jcct for experiment before the mein
hers of the Academy. She had been
Dr. Booth's patient, and had been
cured of ; very aunoying maldy by
hypnotism. The t,-hnical name of
the disea e is myidriasis, which is a
morbid dilation of the pupil. It was
confined largely to her right eye at
first, but when the right eye was im
proved the disease extended to the
left eye, and the treatment was given
regularly until both eves were re
stored taa normal condition.
The young woman seemed to be
greatly amused at the interest taken
in her. Dr. Bootb. after explaining
the nature of her case, stepped in
front of the woman and held a bright
key several feet from her eyes. He
directed her to fix her fgaze on the
key, and slowly moved toward her. A
calm, lleaceful expression cam1e upon
her face in less than a rinute', and the
key was broueht so close to her eyes
that tbey beeame crossed. Dr. Booth
passed his left hand gcntl. across her
forehead several times, talking to her
quietly, and her head slowly drooped
until it nearly touched her loft shoul
der. Her bre :thiag b:ecame heavy, al
if she were in a deep slumber. She
was examined by the physicians near
he:, and they were all satisfied that
she was sleepinz and under the con
trol of Dr. Borth.
The operator said the woman was
then in the first stage o? the hypnotic
sleep, and in the condition where she
could be influencad by the suggeStions
which are used in the place of drugs
to cure disease. He raised her arn',
and at his suggestion it be:-ame rigid.
She could not move it. Dr. Namm::ck,
who was inclined to be a bit skeptical
and iossesses more than aferage
strength, found that it requi:.ed the
exercise oZ all his power to :>wer the
arm to the womau's side. - When he
released it it fi,w ul as-if it were on a
sprinf i en r. Booth fold the
grm that her arm was limp and
lifeless and she could not raise it. Her
arm fell to her side. and it seemed to
be withont feeling.
Dr. Booth then e::piamned that the
practical cure of disease was made in
the same way as the suggestions in re
lation to the ccnditiou of her arm.
The patients were told v:hile in. a
hypnotic spell that they did not have
the disease from which they were suf
fering, and upon being rest.ore:1 to a
normal condition the disease (if the
patient is sensitive to iine lhy notic
.Dr. Booth has had laLrge e:<perience
with patients suferi~ng from various
disorders due to bysteria. Hysteria,
according to Dr. Booth, is a cen dition
of the general nervous syse:n which
renders it capable of siuluating most
local diseases, comelicating them in
their progress and modiing them in
their usual phLenomneni:.
Dr. Booth has treated uive cases o
hysteria, four women and one man,
which induced the patients to) s'.imu
late blindness in one or both eyes.
They were all put under the maneace
of hypnotism by Dr. Booth from si:<
to twelve times, and fotof them were
completely cured simp~ly by hypnotic
.sggestion. They were told that
nothing was the matter with taeir
eyes, and when their mtinc wereca*a
be of appreciating their co)nditionl
they were cured. While unldergoinig
the hypnotic treatment for inc eyes,
oue of the patients got rid of a tape
worm. Hypnotism failed to cure one
of the patients for the reason that she
had been so long under the mental
impression that she was blind that the
disease was actually estab lished .
"A great many of us," said D)r.
Booth, "aro prone to loou upon
hynotism as eithei belonging to the
dcinain of qunackery, or believing ihat
it requires acme special power, hesi
tae to take advantage of this methodJ
of treatment. The time has now
passed for any such argu ment. and any
physician who wil take the troubic
to study the subject will obtain satis
factory results in certain cases. Wie
possess in suggestive therapeutics an
importanL aid in the treatmnact or cer
tain morbid conditions, but just how
valuable this may be cannot be osti
mated until it is more generally used
and the results reported. Instead of
waiting and trying other methods
first, I would recommeud the trial by
hypnotism. The use of hypnotism by
the intelligcnt physician, in the cure
o certain morbid conditions, does not
prouce any bad effects, notwithshand
in reports to the contrary."
Mark Twain's Tell.
31ark Twain, who recently .started
o. a tour round the world, told an in
terviewer at Wi;:nipeg how he often
felt a desire to "ent loose" from civil
Irtion and to get away byv himself
where he co ald run nu yell to his
hear's content. ih t.his conn~cticZ
there is a story about the b'norist
and Canon Ki~ngsley. Wa li.g along
the streets one day. Mukm feit the ira
pulse to yell conmingr on himn g i' rre
sistible force, anid said to l~ugs:ey,
"I want to yell, I mnst v::ll." The
canon said "All right, yel away ; I
don't mind." "And with that," sail
Mark, "I stepped back a fewv steps,
and throwing~ ir y arims above my heid,
let out a war whoop that could be
heard for mailes, and~in less time thin
o could count Caneo:1 Kiugleyc aa
yself were surron ale i by a uniti
:adec of anxious eLcz ms w:io e
to know what was the mner. I told
them nxothing was the mo'ttr. 1 .
wanted to yell, an i hr 1 yeli-:i ' -
A drowsy drone;
A garden sweet;
And, all alone.
In kirtle neat.
So deft and prim,
To guide the reel,
With sunshine in her do re-like eyes,
The maid Priscilla daily piles
A. noisy street.
Or lane or park.
Where cyclists meet,
By day or dark;
In bloomers clal.
From head to heel.
And resolution in her eye-.
The modern maiden deftly piie.3
-Monroc H. Rosenfeld.
HU3OR OF THE DAY.
The peculiarity of good music is
that it seldom sounds so. -Puch.
Steam is an insolent servant, for it
often blows up its master.-The
He (in the drapery liee)--"Er
haven't we met before?" Sbe-"Ye.,
on the last remnant day. "--'t. James's
She who can successfully manage a
hired girl is better than she who a-l
dresseth the multitude. -West Uinior
Mamm9-"Johnnr, why don't you
at your oatmeal?" Johnny (who
has been visiting)-"Ob. it tastes so
"Take away woman," shoued the
orator, "and what would folio;?"
"We would." said a man at the back
of the audience, promptly.-Tit-Bits.
When people fall in iovi to-!ay.
And all is rivalry and mirth.
It's two hearts with a:ini thriht:
Ob how much is the other wor:h?
Watts-"Did you ever know of omy
oue dying for love?" Potts-"OnC
I knew a fellow who starva l to deata
after being refused by an heiress."
Mamma-"Wiliie, where are: those
apples gone that were in the store
room?" Willie --"They are with the
gingerbread that was in the cupboard."
"How vain you are, E'17 l'oia;
at yourself it the glas=." "Vai,
Aunt Emma? Me va:n? Why, I don't
thiuk myself half as good looiing as
I really am."--Panch.
Daughter--"Mamma, if I must
write to Mr. bray about his eatortion
ate bill, should I say 'Dear Mr.
Bra'?" Mamma-"Certainly, un. er
"Hello, Jasmun, where are you liv
ing now?" "With my wife, of
course." "An- where is your wife
iving?" "'Oh-er-wl:y--with her
From each the sole:nn stern-nt e rnS
On highway and onl by i.Ay:
There's but o~no way to r;an thi.s egh1.
And that, of enr.. ik "-ai w?y
An Important Point: The Deacon's
Wife -"I hope you have becn careful
bout the new minister's gaa.ifica
tions ?" The DeacJn -"Y es, we made
him define exactly wh.it he meant by
'a few words.' "-raoivl Life.
''I want to get out at Fletchaer
street," sas a sm:111 bay t-> at ct~et
car conductor the otherui . t
do voa say?" asked tin conia:tur,
not ~understanding whit i sa9.1
"Please," responde.1 the youngster,
flashing slighty.--owell Citizen.
Said an ancient spiuster iell".
A- the with her :ort stood
While tlh' rain ini torre'nts fell:
"h re nia.ls me of the floy '
"Oh." said he. in neeenu: bravw.
"\,-hat a memory y.onavet
I--)eroit Fr:' he"
Elsie-"Yes, dear, myvhusbanlIig'
doctor, and a lovely fellow; but he,is
awfally absent-miude:1." A-la -".'n.
dea !" Esi-"Only fancy ! D.ir
ing the marriage ceremvny, when he
gave me the. iing, he felt my pulse
and asked me to pat out my ton Yae.'
Ada-"Well, he won't do the latter
There are in WXales about 910l,280
Welsh speakers nal, about 236,000J
outside the prjincipalit.,
When it Doas She il ut a Wreek---Phty
&.ica'r. lave L,n; t een, Powerless
---The Experience of a J;alti
m ,ore Woman.
Mr. J. P. Grove, a marrieli laly with
!andchilrma. lives 417 rinkney rlace,
ijaitimore she would easily pass for a'
WOanl of half her age. and owes her present
staite 'f good health and probably her life to
the use of Dr. Williamns Pink rills. A IIeald
reporter called at the house a few days ago
and was informed that Mrs. Grove had gone
Iout for a walk and would soon be back. The
sdribe was iashored into the parlor to n'wait
her arrival. The room gave every evidence
of refinement and the care and attention of
a good housewif". Choice books lay ardund
giving proof of the intelligence of the family.
and the walls were docorated~with mn ny rare
articles of virtu an-I brie-a-brac from South
America, Japan, and other conut rics'. When
Mrs. Grove was atw.unced the reporter was
a.stonished to lind her suc~h a young looking
nI healthy woman. She is welleduacated,and
is a lnnt talker and interesting to listn to.
he, however, declined at flrst to speak ot
the rsuits she ha I expecienced from taking
h Pink Pills as. she said. she did not like
o h ae h.,r name app'uar in print in any way.
fIowevr." she addled. after some litt le besi
tain tepills did me so much good that
I might bdoing wr.ng by not letting some
ote nrrko wha 'ly id for m.
The sh sad. -Dr Wilians'Pink Pillsar
c ertainly all th a proprietors represent t;hem
to be. I never ha-i such relief fromn any
other medicin". A .hort timte ago I ha-i an
attack of peritonitis which loft m'e in such a
prostrte I and nervous condition that I da
-paired of recovery. I could neither- sleep.
it or rea-i 'ith an degree of peace or sat
is '-ctin. and life was absolutely a burden.
Haviu "eard that ethers hadl been cured oi
t ~ame ~trouibles by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
ured severa; hies ani began to take
them. Axs if by maric I at once b>sgan tc
iorove- They eured! me. and now I have
nosvoomsof nervousness or of the diseas(
which s'o prostrated me. Now that's enough.'
-Id Mrc. Grove, in reply to ancther ques
tin Sh --aRed to the door as lightly as a
au: i!a 1. with a pleas:L.nt goo I mnorn
in to 'he reporter, disappeare.t within the
nortals of her happy home with a little
e'ran-:it l clinging to her skirts.
r. Wi lii-uns' Pink Pills contain, in a eon
dese form. all the elemnents necess:Lry to
- I'iv- new life andI richness te the blood andl
es re sh:ered nerves. Pink Pills are sold
b ' al -ia-lers, or will be sent post pa;d or
r i4oto price (50 cents a box, or six b'oxe:
I-r 20-they are never sold in bulk or b)
100-, by addressing Dr. Williamns' Mtedicini
ma, 8 aheBOadt, N. Y.
Highest of au in Leavening Pow
The Emperor's Surprise.
The German Emperor is a master of
little surprises quite other than those
which occasionally fetch his troops out
of bed in the middle of the night when
they least expect it:. While at Low
ther Castle he took the opportunity
afforded by the absence of Lord Lons
dale to unpack a very fine inarble
bust of himself and put it in position,
screened by the leaves o: a large palm.
The sudden unveiling and presenta
tion were quite dramatic in charac
ter, ..nd it need hardly be said that
Lord Lonsdalo was highly delighte:
with the carefully planned comprli
riis!i and S?n;S.n Zus:,:.
An Engiisu:aan entering a 'Irawing
room expects the lady of the ioase to
rise and greet him. In Spaiu a lady
would seem to forfeit her sei:-respect
should she exhibit so much forwza"d
The Greatest Iledical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Tas disc'vered in one of onr common
pasture weed.; a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common pimle.
He has triedI it in over elevcr.n hundred
cases, and never faiedcexcep.t in two ea_es
(both thunder humor). I' has now in
his possession over two hundred certifi
cates of its vaiu ". all within twenty miles
of Boston. Send postai card for book.
A benefit is aiwaysexperiencedl from tbe
first bottle, and a perfect a:ire is warranted
when the right rs:antity is taken.
When the lungs are a!iTeted it Oauses
shooting pain.s. like ee:dlles passing
through them: the same with the .iver
or Po'eis. This is causc.i by the ducts
being slopi.ed. and aliays di.s:p:ars in a
wee: :fter taking it. It"al ili: label.
I1 the stem:wh i< foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. .at
the host you can .t. and enough of it.
Dose, one tab1!csp.;: in water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
Scc,GOO f 25hrtaLzic1
Notext br.k . :d. Actual business from day n.
enstering. Bu: in--. u:ter-. coh-gat curr-nCY an I
ond, used. Send for ha.nd,:r.e:y ut!u.trated cats
oge. uoard ch.eap. R. Rt. fard p:-.: r.o Ausa.
$3 A.YEA R.
'T H' E CICGO cHRO)NICL.th :rat do
IcUatvi wpaper of U:. wet. wij be soy
dy awe2el: one yett l or 5:. No '-'
r~' .er,tite5OSCra:. .ndyi'X
h~tTb. ots all ~inenis for pre
ri. r pclatic:;. plat ira a d -.
ing. no :ors, s:aen i teiIt
I =~.~~..pr'.*~ ic es. itirnnits. we re
Gr - a Co., lrting Werks, Dep't 1S, Columbus, 0.
The great success of
the house of Waite
in 1780) has %d
- of their name, I
. Baker & Co. are
facturers of pure
SChocolates on thit
usdin their man'
they get,tie genui
I WALTER BAKEiC
are made to produce larg
*use of Fertilizers rich in
Write for our " Farmen ; Guid<
is brim full of useful information fot
rwif make and save you mnoney.A
for resisting disease-thin peo
The food for all such men,.
Em.soN. The hypopThospl
will tone up the system, give
*the appetite and help digesti
be a fattening and reddening,
comfort and good-nature.
Sctt & Rawnii. New Vor]
er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Division of the Sexes.
One of the most remarkable churchea
is to ae found at Freatenthal, in the
Black Forest. It is built on such a
plan that the men are unable to see
the women, an:l vice verse, for it is
composed o. two wings, which meet
at an angle where the pulpit stands.
The right wing is allotted to men and
the left one to the wo:nen of the con
To Cool tile Imla-s.
Roman ladies of rank had their
slaves carry for tbe:. a number of
ambsr and crystal balls ahoitt the size
of P billiard ball. At fotes, or while
seated at the gla:liatorai games, they
held the crystal bai! in their hands
for the cooiness imparted by them.
r-- NVw Dit:STIC
COFFEE " rY.
BETTER THAN A S3LD M!NE.
I:aise y..tr o' , or e at rew ta:a i c_nls p)ald.
Lethir h t;:rit':' s t .-e S'- The1poornmanis:1icti.
1d dch tm-Sct;ht. . titures \orlh or sough in
rour niouths. PI:t any ti:.e u: o the thi ' .une.
2) farir, ;uppi,t-d and 'very o. praises it.
Ha roducd over sixty bus,. . some
prefer it to store c:.fCe. I-ro-itur.- t*:i w,Yo!'s a year
: the seu b. i.zge Packct r.stlta.: '. cent, or
enOth it piant : wis. c""ns r o .np -" -
2) puts ,a0' n.t i d5ci. eca:f . o e Ie
vareies ofi seeds ant te-tlimen nil oi ... tons al
ove te zinretfaaw s0
C. E. COLE, factne Mo.
i . cordtrful' .e I during thec ir.;
Water WnreeS s r.d Havi Presses.
$ (ye-T3.m. ANDl FEVER TONTC
. ,y cetia a bot'c i!" it e:ires y l
.'.t a sin ae r:-unl-t it b>.t-S.
hlhPs andi Fever.
nid. BI,ihoc- -vir.
4;h. ile: n--rh- ei.: Ec'rer.
Money baci ..e lita i. Ask rncr deaers:hObu
t. A. B. G1in:aUna, Savannah, G:., ropr.e:t-r
-- -- -PARI-ER'S
-,w . lu-:uri:int growth.
- e,ver Fails to B::tore Gray
the chocolate preparations of
r Baker & Co. (estabiished
to the piacing on the market
and unscrupulous imitations
tels, and wrappers. Walter
the oldest and largest mnanu-I
and high-grade Cocoas and
; continent. No chemic.ais are
uld ask for, and be sure that
ne Walter Baker & Co.'s goods.
& CO., Limited,
rand better crops by the
"a 142-page iVthistrated bok. It
farmcrs. It will be sent fre.e, and
ALE woRKS, es Naman street, New To.
d for all sucht
How many pale folk.
there are ! People who
have the will, but no power
to bring out their vitality;
people who swing like
a pendulum between
strength and weakness
so that one day's work
causes six days' sickness!
People who have no life
pIe nerveiess. delicate !
omen, or children is ScO-rr's
ltes combined with the oil
the blood new life, improve
n. The sign of new life will
hich brings with it strength,
on mant t and n't a ci'.z/ sutk:?!t.
. Al Druggists. soc. and Si.