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Honors World'# Pair. dr- C£r CREAM tAWNG IWDER PERFECT MADE. Cream of Tartar Powder. »ret Rnia, Aiurr. or any other adulteianl rEAF'S THF. STANDARD. -»t Have Soniclioily. \u (in chorus (—We're after and we're going to lynch ller-Bnt lie's left town. L^Well, then give us some Pressing Creditor. Heceiver (at a meeting of -What have you come here Lnal Beggar—To put in my |, rr Meyersiein used to give iieme every week.—Kuleu* Trust After No-To-Bac. ferial.- Reported here today that* 'money hud teen offered for tbe iuio habit curr mailed No To Bae by I who waul TO take it off the market, be genera offices revealed tlie laet filgc was not tor sale to the trust a» No To Hac's success is marvelous. |r\ Drufifist i'i America sells No-To i.-u»rant--e to curt- tobacco habit or rue Point of Touch, iSwatters-And what did the lid-He didn't say anything, iched mo. Swatters- Your pulse? did- No my pocketbook.— I'ost. Inking the Best of It. istoD—Where is the dessert, nston—The pastry cook has ill have to he satisfied wito }r dessert tr-day. •astou—All right. Bring on :h maid.—New York Week p-!l me, when you were in were you cool in the hour of I actually shivered. Tit KNOWLEDGE 1 comfort and improvement and e personal enjoyment when used. The many, who live bet lothersand enjoy life more, with enditure, by more promptly the world's best products to of physical being, will attest N to health of the pure liquid principles embraced in the i^vrupof Figs. leellence is clue to its presenting lorm most acceptable and pleas V taste, the refreshing and truly J&l properties of a perfect lax pVctually cleansing the system, ff colds, headaches and levers pmanoiitly curing constipation. I'ven satisfaction to millions and the approval of the medical K because' it acts on the Kid rV('r and Dowels without weak and it is perfectly free from pjwtionable substance. of Fips is for siile by all drug J°|Can(l $1 bottles, but it is man |ffJ by the California Fig fcyrup •i whose name is printed on every I'-also the name, Syrup of Pig well informed, you will not ny substitute if offered* AND NNESOTA 'fwV1'"'' r.ml and TulQtb Sa Ma Sas: fer 2,000 New THE OLD GE'TLEMAJf GETS Tills BEST OF IT. .v A Pi|ialnr Work Illustrated. oMiH hJ •iAiimm. h, i. -lb /'.it*' "The M» ment after,'" by Robert Bu chanan. Tl»«* Different"*-. American Farms up last year. [gst Place in America j!!La Poor Man. [15.00 per Acre, to ten years' time in which to »D* ®Hy lt tai*^ ^°sr i ipt i v» oii-cu'iar* will be .'!Ua*siouW( & K -iul Jsi. Paul. Minn. 1. No. 247-1895. Eagle— W ,Ure Water PHmtf This is the day I British' Liou—Excuse my back. Fourth of July Bravery. Young Hero frn™ What's the matter w yer. sa a Why don't yer set it off, agkeert V—Life. U.Kt :tn: in. \i,(iAT, Lord Dunrnven'K 'ew Yiiclit Sneoen«- f,l v I'MunelnMl at (iimtitiiu. Lord iMiiiraveu's lit Valkyr,. HI. was successfully kititn In nt (j'la gow recently. It was learned that the yacht luigi. be launched on the night 'tide. Win n it was found that the water would he sufficiently high It was decided that the launching should take place on the top of the flood tide. The representative of the piisv rived at Patrick shortly befoic H,M| night and found Henderson's yard lighted tip brilliantly. A Mjuad of car penters was ready at the vitip !'b( Xalkyrie w is lighted tip from si.m n, Vitlkyrie 111. (A« she will look when the ns.sts ,,i,d sails are in.i stern. The signal was given at VJ:4.*i to lower away, and the yacht moved slowly down toward the water. The lowering was continued a foot at a time until At 1:4-~. the chain wjis let go with a rush, and the cradle in which the yacht rested ran d"\\ i, the end of the slip, where the reached 10 the boat's bilge. Here the yacht was lowered re main while the tide lose. At o'clock it was top-high water and day light was just breaking. The work of breaking the cradle was soon tinished and at U: 1 r» oVlo.-k the Valkyri- v.as all oat. There was rio cheesing or exc.a ioeni in the yard its the yacht took the waler. The place was almost deserted of visitors. Besides Designer Watson, the workmen, three spectators on tl.f railway and about twenty on the ten.* wharf, lie saw :i.« hranc). ,g of the craft of which s much x pected. The night was perfect for the ya-ht into the water. Thi. scarcely a breath of wind moon was sinning. The stars were out. The lighting of tin was so effective hat ail the ings could l»e easily seen. BEFORE DR. DEPEW WAS BALD IIOIT tlie R«illr«in*l I'renidenC Looked Nearly l'«rt Year* Ayo. When Chauncoy M. Depew was graduated from Yale College, says the New York l're he wore flowing tide 'V/Tfi//' DefteH in 1857. whiskers and had an abundant suppiy of hair on his head, which was brushed, with graceful carelessness, from a point at the extreme left side of his forehead down over the right e:ir. IIis fa e at that time presented r. decidedlv ministerial aspect. et his thoughts and ambitions were not then focused upon the pulpit but upon the bar. Mr. Pepew's appearance when he began the study of the law in IS."7 is faithfully depicted in the picture here given. Henry Clay** Ready Wit Gen. S in congress, while deliver ing one of the long, prosy speeches for which lie was noted, said to Henry Clay: "You speak, sir. for the present generation, but I speak for posterity. -Yes." replied the great Kentuckian, and it seems you are resolved to speak until your audience arrives. -"vPfaila delphia I'ress. Skeptical. Bostanian—Yes they are excellent people—Mavflower family, you ki New Yorkei—How many trips the Mayflower make?—Puck. I' 1 J: bi ne The new* yacht sits high in the '.\ ter. show ins: a good piece of bet .. k bottom. She looks to be right i id ing her head up nicely. A tug was in waiting to take the boat to her dock at once for the step ping of her mast, which lies ready (lie yard. A new boom is being made of steel, clad on the outside with wood A boom of Oregon pine had been made, but the idea of using steel oc curred to Mr. Watson two weeks ago the idea was adopted. The plater* are now setting the plates for this boom. There were no ladies present at the launching, and there was no u,ri:ui ing ceremony. i uti Vur Salt ly. Mrs .-—It's raining bard: let me pet umbrella. Hicks ,et me iMck Calif ,:-d d- s Pase l. iII mask. Mrs. Ks -wiiy. that wn. sh» Hh-ks A!1, i w:-. tit is to keep i(« i p( 'pVs utnPrellas out of my eves. She Moved Them. "I»id Miss Reciter move her au dience very greatly?"' "Yes. Inside of half an hour after she began two-thirds of the house had gone to the box ottice to demand their in Chicago Inter Ocean. Don't Get Scared 11 t,ij should hear tlut in wmip place to which Toil ar«- piiup maliiria is prevalent. To the olr pfiison Which pr«luts iliiils utui fever, bilious, heiniltent and tlmnl' aiwe there fo a sU'e atui thorough rnti flole iind prt\en! Sve. viz.. Hostetier'v Stomach Hitters. The pent antl-uiaiar:al h|Heiftg is a rwiieUj' for liilimisness. •Jisti| Jitlmi, iynp tisi:i, rtieiiWtttiC lilid kli'li' v trc.it It. in i uUMies. I IH ll« t.dity. Hard linei. Greene Sclirc-iber says this is the worst month lie has had in years: be can't get anytionf actvpted. White— How &<**$ he account (or it? Greene—Doesn't pretend to. Even a proposal of marriage came back mark ed "rejected." There is pleasure ami prolit -mai' "-at Mac!ion tn aPatu^ in i.t .eM.rrn •.t. i y u"ini? l'«rf liit^ier '1'onic. i i o 1 i K i y a v i n w e n is iiMivoidiihiy delayed, it Is tlif find anything better than an apple. 11 IK woeaHVt oremov eCoriiNWit lilllndercnrii* that- we wet.iH-r M. many will endmv them- t*t*l Iliiiucmrtis s.nr. m-O IH w liicciv it lakes then, efl. Definition. Tommy Figg. what is I.ci rootiet V Tommy don'' I -I guess it is where a fel ke much interest in the game and roots kinde easy like. —Cin cinnati Tribune. 1 miihi not pet nionjl without Piso'^ ri:n CoriKiiii.ptinn. It always eiireK.--Mre. K M' ton, Nittlham, Mat#. CK t. 22, 'M, Life an It IN. r—I have a Utile poem which Editor ibusilyi—That gentleman over there, sir. Caller fgeniallyl—Is the literary (fit i -r Editor politely^ No. he's the bouncer.--New York Weekly. HeReman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine. Tlit IH'INHI unil only jrt-nulne. Putts C'lmpptHi Hand* anil 1 ace Cold .Sort-t-. &c. C. U. Clark Co., Kavtn. C't. Wanted to Sleep. Mr. Fpton—Whom in treat ion are you buying musk for? Mr. Hardhed—For my daughter. I think if she uses that, her young men callers won't stav so late.—New Y'ork Weekly. If the B»by t* Catting* Teeth Be nure nml that, old and weli-tried remedy, USS. WJNHLOW'S SOOTHINGRYRI'F for Cliiiriren TevthitHf. Credit* and on-C r»MlH». Editor- Ha. ha. ha. Here's a mighty good thing in the Weekly Funmaker. Funniest thing I've read in a long while. Clip it out and print it. Exchange Editor Shall I credit it to 1 he Weekly Funmaker? •Editor--N-o. It's too good to credit to anybody.—New York Weekly. "Hanson's Magic com Salve." Wariantcti to cure or money refunded. Atk yout drugijit-t lor it. l'ricc 1& cents. Mifttake in TrnnHlntingr. It is said that a French translator rendered "A Stickit Minister" by the equivalent. "An Assassinated Clergy man. "—London Standard. Dr. PIERCE'S Golden Hedical DISCOVERY Cures Mnety-eight per cent, of all cases of Consumption, in ail its Earlier Stages. Although bv many believed to be incura ble, there is the tvidence of hundreds of living witnesses to the fact that, in all its earlier stages, consumption is a curable disease. Not every case, but a large per centage of cases. and we believe, fully 98 per cent are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, even after the disease 1 ha? progressed so far as to induce repeated bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering cough with copious expectoration (includ ing tubercular matter 1, ALL OUT e? 5CRTS Tired, weak ajtd weary. If this is your con dition, stop atu: think. You are a sullerer from dvr en!-ia and yrent misery awaits you if you ia. Lot cUe f, tiow. Hood's Sar, ?aparilla the I medicine you can Sake. It has peculiar power to tone and streugtheu the stomach, Keinember Hood's Sarsaparilla is the orov true t'lf- .] jninii.T jTomincntly the public eye today. $1 six for #5. Hood's Pills i i 1 great loss of flesh I and extreme emaciation and weakness. I lioud's sui 5aiiariila.',»fc Mt'iuor.i AlliniiiM. Begin the album by looking over your collection of plates and select such as have been made on special oc casions. From these make prints, and be sure and look up the exact date on which the picture was taken. Do not reject a "memory picture" because it is not as clear a plate or the group ing as artistic as one could desire.' For the album itselr buy the album leaves, which are almost as cheap as card mounts, and they can bo added to from time to time as one makes new pi' tures. Arrange your pictures in chronological older that is the earliest date first, etc.. marking under each picture Hi* proper date. A person who has used a camera for two or three years will find he has quite a number of "n eniory pictures." and one who starts a nn mory album should make it a rule to add the pic tures to his collection as so as tiiey are made, one can use blue prints for such albums, for a good blue print seldom fades or discolors, white artisto or albumen prints, unless very tare fully finished, are apt to grow yellow or discolor. In after years our mem ory albums will be considered of as much value as any of our possessions. Harper's Hound Table. for for Frin What rent do you pay this house? Taxpayer—Alas! I own it. —New York Weekh. HALL'S CATARRH CURE is a ar,d is tfckeii internally, bold by Drujftfists Toe. Tlie Polite Editor. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR E E S /NURSING MOTHERS.INFANTS^ CHILDREN JOHN CARLE & SONS, New York. ft JSLffi Voa ill ride W a Bicycle Of course you will ride. All the -orId -will—fashion, pleasure. business men, women, children f. It takes a while sometimes for the world to recog nize its privileges, but when it doe it adapts itself promptly. There fore, you who are in the world will ride a bicycle—a McAMJj ((•lis of 8:1 tl.F-n^ The Poor Man's Shance l(p»tnrtr. o i i COLUMBIA i i i icycle if von desire the best the vorld produces a Hartford, the next best, if anything short of a Columbia will content you. Columbias. $100 Hartfords, $-So $Lxj for boys and girls, i $50. POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. Boston. Kew Vork Chicago, San Framisco, I'rovidcot-e. liuffalo. A -ru» 'Miii[Tfl.pnii«f )eautifui--»t any ugfi-.i.v lrr-e i.i hy mail for wu 'i-rent (tt.ftmp* Th« Hiiibmsiind Hartfords UDMPC 100.000 ACRES llU 111 CO CHOICE Haruwtxk Kariii iif lands situated iiioiijf tb« line of a ni'w railroad now belof eonMru. ted in central WIM-ON SIN and a tl.rorgli trunk line a y SHIP YOUR WOOL" SHEEP PELTS H. M. HOSICK & CO. EST A I L.LMI KL1 1K.8. I ready construet-vd, I jr ^ate ciieaj to sine inii'.'liaM'rs or .-.. iinics. •Special luiliiceme: ts Riven t« colonies. Lon^: ijincaini low in 1 *-•!-ivt send for fn ipart leu lar* N t« )KTH W KSTERN BEE CO.. KAI 1 I.AIIIK, W1 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM C1rai. o '.a-it: tn blir. Tr--II,,. CS A ln*uii»nl gr. will. Never Faiis to Hestore (Jrny .ir to its Youthful Color. Cu: .'S tciilp rt Fftip II h».r ttiiiiig. FITS -A!! I- !?«.«-tor ped free l-v Dr, K line's CIreat er* n itft er lie in S! U.n I|.f, )l.ii\. ,(.Uf i jti!-. Trt u1 .M* aim t'2t Uox 2146, Hoche»ter, N\ Y. ri.i I I -oiI fie, 111 Cftbtrb. beud U)t/J. Ikljiie.Soi a I ill bt.,l'lj| a., 1 a. ART I FIG IAL free atalogue. Get. K. Suiter, I I S O 5 U E O CURcS WHtRE ALL ELSE FAILS. Best C.'ouftb isyrup. Tastes GKd. Use I In time. Sold by drugtoM*. I Nos. 18Ls li» A. 193 Michigan St., CHICAGO. Goods Bought Outright or Sold on Commission. Ouirtt Returns Guaranteed ... .WRITE FOB PRICES, ETC Sacks, Rope, Shipping Tags. 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