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t . c9HMsmra7r "" r 1- '-" f "c tTie1?"' i immm p j r'ivfTwnfc-K, m -yv' L iacfv v-4fef 1 t? ?.. a I.).. N St-t 1" I It sf ris in X i ? BIOGRAPHICAL. SRA PHTC A T ? XlWlJfa 1 KulMd'a Pn.l(r. Trrthir with sketches ot Froaoiaent Mea of the New Government. The leader of the tones and the man whomthe qieen has called upon to form a new ministry is the marquis of Salis bury. He was born in Hatfield, England, in 1830. He was educated at Eton and at Christ church, Oxfordwhere he gradu ated, and wa? elected a fellow of All Souls' college (1853.) In 1853 he was elected member of parliament for Stam ford, and he represented that borough in the conservative interest until his suc cessor to the marquisate on the death of his father, April 12, 1868. While in the lower house he was known as Lord Rob ert Cecil, until the decease of his elder brother, on June 14, 1865, when he as sumed the courtesy title of Viscount Cranborne. In 1857 he married Georgi ana Caroline, daughter of Sir Edward Hall Alderson, baron of the exchequer, and niece of the celebrated Mrs. Opie. His lordship took an active part in all public measures which affected the in terests of the established church, and in the leading Church of England institu tions, and ne was a frequent contributor to the Quarterly Rtvitw and to other pe riodicals. In Lord Derby's third admin istration he was, in July, 1866, appointed secretary of ttate for India, which post he resigned on account of a difference in opinion rebpecting the reform bill, March 2, 1867, when two other cabinet minis ters viz., Gen. Peel, war secretary, and Lord Carnarvon, colonial secretary also gave in their resignations. On Novem ber 12, 1869, he was ELECTED CHAKCELLOE of the university of Oxford, in succession to the late earl of Derby. In 1871-72 he and Lord Cairns, as arbitrators, conduct ed a lbng investigation into the compli cated affairs of the London, Chatham and Dover railway company. His lord ship was again appointed secretary of state for India when Mr. Disraeli return ed to office in February, 1874. When, at the close of the war between Turkey and Servia, differences arose between the former power and Russia, the marquis of balisbury was sent as special ambassa dor to the sublime porte, and he and Sir Henry Elliot acted as joint plenipoten tiaries of Great Britian at the conference of Constantinople. His lordship left England Nov. 30, 1876, and en route visi ted Paris, Berlin, Vienna, and Rome. The progress toward agreement made at the preliminary meetings held at the Russian embassy in Constantinople were so satisfactory that the formal confer ence, at which the joint proposals of the powers were pressed upon the porte, was opened on Dec. 23. At the same time the new constitution of the Otto man empire was formerly promulgated by its author, Midhat Pasha. The mar quis of Salisbury really took the place od leader at the conference, which "held al together sfiven plenoary meetings. On Sunday, Jan. 14, 1877, he had AN AUDIENCE OF THE SULTAN. at which Sir Arnold ICemball acted as interpreter, and pressed upon his mnjes ty the two points on which the power intended to insist, informing him that if they were not accepted the ambassadors would immediately leave Constantino ple. These two proposals were, that there should be a mixed Turkish and in ternational commission of supervision, and the first appointment of the govern ors should be ratified by the powers. On Jan. 18, a special meeting of the Otto man grand council was held, and about 140 RlusBulmauB and about sixty leading Christians were present. The proceed ings lasted two hours, and were opened by Midhat Pasha. With one dissentent voice the council were unanimous in in sisting on the rejection of the proposals of the powers. The conference held its last sitting on Jan. 20, and immediately afterward Lord Salisbury left for Eng land. On April 12, 1878, he was appoint ed secretary of the state for foreign af fairs, in the place of the earl of Derby, resigned, and he at once wrote a memor able dispatch, in which he clearly enun ciated the policy of the government with regard to the eastern question. He and the earl of Beaconsfield soon af terward were the representatives of Great Britain at the congress of Berlin, and on their return to London they met with a most enthusiastic reception ut Charing Cross (July 16, 1878.) The Queen invested the marquis of Salisbury with the order of the Garter, July 30. On August 3d, he and the earl of Beacons field received the freedom of the city of London, and were afterward entertained at a grand banquet at the mansion house. He went out of office with his party after the defeat at the general election of April, 1880. At a meeting of conserv ative peers held on May 9, 1881, at the residence of the marquis of Abergav enny, the marquis ot Salisbury was elected to lead the party in the house of lords. Lord Randolph Churchill. A prominent member of the opposi tion which has finally compassed the liberal defeat is Lord Randolph Church ill, who is known in English politics as the leader of the "fourth party." This consists of young gentleman of the house of commons, whose chief distinction seems to be that of beating the govern-i inent, Mr. Gladstone particularly. They are supposed to be members of the con servative party, but are decidedly un trustworthy as such. Although snubbed by the leaders of their own party and chastized occasionally by the wrath of Mr. Gladstone, up to the present time, during the years in which they have fingured at all in public life, they have flourished on their notority. Lord Randolph, as their leader, has been the recipient of many'honors. ' HiB prominence is of recent growth, as he is quite a young man, and has been chiefly made by his attacks on the Gladstone ministry. Their policy with regard to Egypt and Ireland have been his favorite subjects, and the credit must be given him of selecting his points of attact with good judgment Here, perhaps, the praise due him as leader must en in the contemplation of the judicious, as his speeches have been characterized by a real or assumed bit terness and extravagance which hare largly diminished, or in some cases nulli fied, their effect He is often compared with Mr. Disraeli at the time when he attacked Sir Robert Peel. The gTeat difference between them is that Disraeli had a great party behind him; Lord Churchill has not In short, of late his plans have proved futile, even beyond his historic attack on the khedive of Egypt Thinking to I "Plu the KteraJi " 7 etting the wmg portion ui ii agauustuiB rauiuaus, ub made a charge against Mr. Joseph Cham berlain, a radical member of the cabinet, of employing roughs to break np conserv ative mass-meetings, and of suborning perjured testimony to escape responsibil ity for his acts. Be followed this npby E reposing a vote of censure on the right onorable gentleman. Dismal defeat followed the attempt, rendering the grand object of the attack, to defeat the liberals by effecting their disunion, an impossibility. Following this np by urg ing conservative persistency in the poli cy of fighting the government on the franchise question, which was of late ag itated, the united kingdom, by main taining an attitude of uncompromising opposition in the house of lords, he had the mortification of seeing the govern ment and tory leaders hobnobbing in compromise. With the death of Mr. Fawcett, a liberal, he renewed his at tacks on the ministry by supporting the "fair trade" candidate for the vacant seat against the ministerial "free trade" can didate. The result was the triumph of the liberal cause by about two votes to one. The dashing young statesman is weU known in New York, the home, in her maiden j ears, of his lovely young wife, a daughter of Mr. Leonard Jerome. He is popular m society at home as well as in this country, being a genial and ac complished young man, with a bright and fascinating wife to assist his spright ly genius for entertainment Sir Stafford Northcote. Another active tory who might oc cupy a conspicuous place should a new ministry be formed is Sir Stafford North cote. He was born in London, Oct 27, 1S18, was educated at Balliol college, Ox ford, taking a first class in classics and a third in mathematics. He was called to the bar at the inner temple in 1847, was made a C. B. (civil division) in 1851, in recognition of his services as one of the secretaries for the industrial exhibition, and was captain in the 1st Devon yeo manry cavalry, and a deputy lieutenant for the county. He was returned mem ber for Dudley in the conservative inter est March 1855; was an unsuccessful can didate for North Devon in March, 1857; was returned for Stamford in July, 1858, and continued one of the representatives of that borough till May, 1866, when he was elected for North Devon. Sir Staf ford Northcote, who was well known for the interest he had taken in art and education, was private secretary to Mr. Gladstone when the latter was president of the board of trade, and was financial secretary to the treasury from January to June, 1859. He was ar pointed president of the board of tr'ade in Lord Derby's third administration in June, 1866, and was secretary of state for India from March 8, 1867, till December, 1868. He was elected governor of the Hudson Bay company Jan. 12, 1869; pre sided over the congress of the Social Sic ence association held at Bristol the same year, and was appointed a commission to inquire into the law relating to friend ly societies, Nov. 2, 1870. More recently he was a member of the joint high com mission, whose labors resulted in the treaty of Washington in 1871 When Mr. Disraeli formed his cabinet in Feb ruary, 1874, Sir Stafford Northcote be came chancellor of the exchequer. He was elected a fellow of the royal society in April. 1875. He was the author of "The Case of Sir Eardley Wilmot," con sidered in a letter to a friend, being a vindication of Mr. Gladstone, who had been charged with recalling Sir Eardley Wilmot, lieutenant governor of Van Dieman's land, on account of rumors which had reached him touching that gentleman's private character. He was also the author "Twenty Years of Finan cial Policy," a summary of the chief fi nancial measures passed between 1842 and 1861, with a table of budgets. Cowboys In School. Newark Observer. The second intermediate school at Cincinnati has had a sensation. It has been discovered that several of the boys attending there had planned to run of to Texas and become desperadoes, stage coach robbers and heroes after the JeBse James style. The other day Miss Hoyt, a teacher, left her room for a short time, and soon MiES Harwood, another teacher, heard a wild uproar coming from it. There were screams, shrieks and a great clamor. She went in to see what was the matter and was honified to find several of the big boys chasing each other around with enormous revolvers, while the girls were white with fear. As she entered the au dacious amateur cowboys pointed their weapons at her. The principal, Mr. Fillmore, was called, the bo s were disarmed, and the father of the ringleader was summoned. He searched his son, and two long bowie knives were found upon him, while in his desk were a couple more revolvers, and two shot guns were concealed in a convenient place. Little by little it was learned that four of the boys had plan ned to run away in May, and were get ting an arsenal ready for the expedition. One of the lads was to furnish the money for the trip, and he had arranged to sell his bicycle and one of his father's cows. The boys, who have been taken from school and set to hard work, wished they had never dreamed dime novel visions of life on the Texas plains. Greeley's Consciousness While Sleeping. Oliver Johnson in the Christian Register. There was something very curious about this habit of the great journalist Horace Greeley's sleeping in church. It was not sleep that overcame him, but only somnolence sleep of the physical powers, but wakefulness of the mind. The physiologist and the psychologist may settle the matter scientifically be tween them if they can in spite of ap pearance to the contrary. Mr. Greeley was "a hearer as well as a doer of the word." Hiseyes might close, his great head fall upon his breast, or sway from side to side, drawing the body with it, presenting the usual external indications of sleep, but his mental interior iaculties were sometimes so far awake that when the service was over he could give a clear account of the sermon, both as to the subject, plan and matter. I have tested this a dozen times or more, and never found them wanting. It was tome a very curious phenomenon, and I studied it with deep interest whenever an oppor tunity occurred. I will give two illus trations of this singular peculiarity from my own clear personal recollection. I went with him to hear a discourse from the Rev. William Henry Channing. It was Sunday morning, and the topic announced was one in which he felt a special interest Mr. Channing was then, I in Act, ministsriiig to a congregation ol wnicn alt. ureeiey was a prominent member. It was in a hall on the west side of Broadway, near Canal street, where Dr.Dewey nad preached aforetime. On the way thither, Mr. Greeiey begged me to keep him awake. We occupied a settee within six feet of the platform and right nnder the eye of the preacher. I tried to keep him awake by the frequent tunings at his elbow and nlavins a bv no means soft tattoo upon his ribs. But it was of no use. He was "nid-nodding' through the whole discourse, not a little to Mr. Channing's annoyance, who ob served my unsuccessful efforts to kefep his great auditor awake. But now comes the wonderful part of my story. Mr. Greeley and I, when the service was over, went back to the Tri bune office together. He sat down at his desk at once, and made an abstract of Mr. Channing's discourse, filling some what less than a column, which appeared in the Tribune of the next morning. Mr. Channing was utterly amazed when he saw it, and afterward asked me if it was possible Mr. Greeley has made the re port. When I told him that I saw him while he was preparing it, and could cer tify that it went to the compositor in his own handwriting, and that, moreover, I had myself read the proof, he expressed the greatest astonishment. Whse" said he, "I could not myself have may, so accurate an abstract of my own did course, which, though premeditated,,. was extemporaneous. He had not only given the substance of what I said, but he had followed my line of thought, and remembered not a little of my lan guage. Fertilizing Corn. American Agriculturalist. It is quite reasonable to suppose coat plants can be gorged with food, as ani mals may be, and that injury may result from it. This is quite true as regards corn. The corn plant has a long season of active growth. It requires about 100 days for its maturity. If all the food which is required to mature the plant is added to the soil in a soiuable and avail able condition at the planting , a large quantity may be lost beiore the plant tan utilize it. Soluble fertilizers diffuse themselves in a moist soil with great rapidity, and are quickly carried off by the drainage water into the subsoil. Sir J. B. Lawes has noticed the nitric acid of nitrate of oda, which has been applied to the surface soil, eEcapirre in the water flowing from the drains in forty-eight hours after the application. If, then, 600 pounds of this fertilizer should be ap plied to the corn crop before the sowing of the seed, it will begin to be lost beiore a single root has been formed to arrest its escape. This fact is given only as an instance of how fertilizers may be lost bv misapplication. 'At the best, an excess of fertilizing material given to corn in its early stages forces arank growth of stalk, and the plant food is exhausted before it can be converted into grain, which is most valuable part of the crop. During some years past we have been growing corn under a new system of fertilizing, which is to apply the fertilizer at inter vals, as after each time of cultivation, in stead of before and immediately after the( planting. The effect has been to nota-' bly increase the yield of grain, and de crease the growth of stalk. By this method eighty bushels of grain per acre have been produced, and in growing sweet corn for sale, fine, large, and well filled ears are secured. The fertilizer is dusted along the rows before the culti vator is used, or immediately after, and the fir&t shOwer carries it down to the roots. The same method of applying fertilizers has been tned for root crops with lavorable results She Might Be Right. Manchester Times. A priest the other day, who was ex amining a confirmation class in the south of Ireland, asked the question: "What is the sacrament of matnmony?" A little girl at the head of the class answered: '"Tis a state of torment into which souls enter to prepare them, for another and better world." "Good" said the priest, "the answer for purgatory." "Put her down." says the curate, "put her down to the foot of the class." "Lave her alone," said the priest, "foranything you or I know to the contrary she may be right" John M. Garvey, of Independence, visit ed Atchison and put up at the Byrani. On retiring in the evening he did that which he should not do blew out the gas. In the morning he awoke with a bead on him like a hogshead, but was discovered in time to be carried from the room in an insensible condition. He seemed utterly astonished when inform ed of the cause of the attack, having never even heard of such a thing as gas. The transom and the windows of his room were closed; but very fortunately for Mr. Gravey the ceiling was high, and the gas was only partially turned on; otherwise his sleep would have con tinued for several centuries. It Needed An Overskirt. Boston Courier. "Now," said she with a brght smile, "how do you like my baithing suit?" "Well," said he.as she held it up before him "I think it might be improved by a little trimming." "Certainly, my dear; I am willing to oblige you, and perhaps it would make it all the prettier. What do you think I should trim it with red or white braid?" "I think," said he, as he cast his eyes over its scant proportions, "that it would be a good thing to trim it with an over skirt" She hasn't spoke to him since. A Strong Argument. Athens (Oa) Banner Watchman. A merchant living in Athens dunned one of his customers several times, but to no purpose. Not long since the cus tomer came into his store and asked for a drink of water. The merchant con cluded that it was a good chance to col lect his debt, and while the customer was at the water-pail drinking he quiet ly got his double-barreled shot-gun and demanded the amount of the account The customer pulled out his pocket-book and paid the bill. He thinks that if he had left his pocket-book at home he would have been a corpse. Has Been O. K. Ever Since. Messrs. Ely Bros., Gentlemen: My boy (3 years old) was recently taken with a cold which seemed finally to settle in his head. His nose was stopped Up for days and nights so that it was difficult for him to breathe and sleep. I called a physician, who pre scribed but did him no good. Finally I went to the dfag store and got a bottle of your Cream Balm. It seemed to work like magic. The boy's nose was clear in two days, and he has been O.K. ever since. . J. Hazard, New York city, Jan. 27, 1884. Wflmimton (OeL) New. Yesterday a little girl did not want to go to school because it was "too awful hot" When asked if she liked winter better she said: (In summer it is too hot to go to school, and in winter it is too cold. I like the weather just right" We recommend Carter's Iron Pills to every woman who is weak, nervous and discouraged; particularly those who have thin, pale lips, cold hands and feet, and who are without strength or ambition. These are the cases for which Carter's Iron Puis are specially prepared, and this clas3 cannot use them without bene fit. Valuable for men also. In metal boxes, at 50 cents. Sold by druggists or sent by mail. See advertisement else where. Chattanooga,Tenn.,which haB just ta ken its semi-decennial census, boasts a population of 25,101, not a very alarming number, but all the same it is an in crease of more than 100 per cent since 1S80. A MEMBER of the Pioneer Press eta fiF, troubled lor eleven years with obstinate tetter on bis hand8,has completely cured it in less than a month by the Ute of Cole's Carbolisalve. Pioneer Press, SU Paul. Boys 17 years of age who have been working on the railroad in British Col umbia are compelled to pay $4 poll tax before being allowed to leave the coun try. m "Rough on Fain." Cures choler, colic, cramps, diarrhoea, aches, pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. 20c. Rough on Pain Plas ters, 15c. "The chisel can't help her any" is the inscription on a stone to his mother's memory erected by a pious and philo sophic resident of Duxbury, MaBS. Mind the Babies. Colds in the head and Snuffles develop into a catarrh which ruins the health. TJae Ely's Cream Bairn, a pleas ant and safe remedy which will Burely pre vent i n3 cure. It is not a llqaid or a snuff, bat is easily applied with the finger. All druggists have it. 50 cents. By mail 63 cents, send lor circular, jsiy .Bros., Uswe go,N.Y. m When feeding hay it is a bad practice to let the horse stand with a rackful of hay before him all the time. Mothers. If you are failing, broken, worn out and nervous, use Wells' "Health Ranewsr." $1. Druggists. Including imported and native born it is claimed that their are now in this country about 25,000 registered Jerseys. Regulars. One of the strongest proofs of the value of Kidney-Wort as a remedy for all dis eases of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels is the fact that it is used and prescribed by ''regular" physicians. Phillip C. Bal lou, M. D., of Monkton, Vt, hays: "Take it all in all, it is the most successful rem edy I ever used." Bee culture iB a business, and its successful management is a matter re quiring earnest tnougnt ana consider able courage. fgTDo it yourself. With Diamond Dyea any lady can get as good results as the best practical dyer. Every dye war ranted true to namb and sample. 10c. at druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Some claim that a good corn cropwill be better for western Kansas thanfulJ wheat crop. For Bronchial Asthmatic and Pul monary Complaints, "Brown's Bron chial Troches" manifest remarkable cura tive properties. Sold only in boxes. Parker Earle says the worst insect depredator on the strawberry plant this year was the crown-borer; last year it was the tarnished plant-bug. Life Preserver. If you are losine: your grip on life try Wells' "Health Renewer." Goes direct to weak spots. ii For cuts from barbed wire fence, sore shoulders, hicks and open sores on animals, use Stewart's Healing Powder, 15 and 50 cts. a box A new fish, the cherna, belonging to the halibut family, has made its appear ance in .the Gulf of Mexico. 'When Bab j wm sick, we gave her Csstorla, When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When she became Miss, she clang to Caatoria, "When she had Children, she gave them Caatoria, There are seventy-four foreign born females in the city of Wellington I..n7uf.7u Wrte from Opiates, metics and Poisons. A PRQHPT, SAFE, SURE CURE tw Covgfci, Sere TJ.rt, Hmae, laflveaza, Cld,BrMChltlj, Croup, WfeooptftC Ces, a AUkmm, ter, Palaafat Chert, mntother ffrctions of th Threat and J,nar- PrlceSe cents a bottle. Sold hr Drozjdrts and Deal- jts. 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It differs as widely as does dor and night from the thonaand-and-one Mixtures of vile whisky flavored with aromatics. Hops & Halt Bitters is recom mended by Physicians, Ministers and N arses as beinjr the Best Family Medicine ever compounded. Any woman or ckild can take it "From my knowledge of Its ingredients, undex no circumstances can it injure any one using it. It contains no mineral or other deleterious sub ftance. Possessing real merits, toe remedy ii deserving 8uccess.,r O. E. DzPcy, Ph. G , Detroit, Mich. The only Genuine are manufactured by the HOPS MALT BTTTEBS CO.. DetreK, sttca. DDnWrfS m -THE s BEST TONIC, f This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion. Weakness, Impare Blood, Malaria,ChiIIs and Fevers, and Neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys nnd Liver. It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. 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JiAjU m -Mf J It - tHawA bwu sfHEr -j5aw2Sw' YOUNG MEN. Wao bars W'Jkmw&fg&Ami BCSSS.SH1U Ympnmm HMEMBfeK, resoeetst MARRIED MEX, or THOSE WHO IXTEXD TO X&RRT, MMBfcK,Tjerfec.sexaslabmctaMsasaaalta taal taa lava aai peatatafalthfalwifa, Waaksaea shoald as -XrStTSrJ ErtS? JProosa, tsaiatofiiali and Tsbaasls taasHsi a stsatas. - (Wsf sHibsi ism A ThmXmmxMmUemlCmim K iMlmriSiM wm tl iMMttMUuypatasiaaTMckaa "gsUmflaf to th si of amy toe am ytosinl Wfaich bsam m fWirionsi . "Vrrjsa aftmy! ! I ! ttooktarataMsitokoMme oa n bed at times! "lfedocton tried im wJm to rslitrt m bt to bo porposa. aforsJWsjc ssmi Mar svtssss Had no effect! "UUr twe auontha I wm gWeaup to" -Whesimywifc kasTdaahbortoUwhat Hop Bitten Bad doao far hoiiho at enot got aad gaye ma aoma. The first doaa eased qy brain and teamed to go banting tkxoaam my system for the pain. The secend dose eased ate sesteek thai I Mat rm aotus, eoaethlng I had sot does toe twa atoataa. Before I had used are bottles, I wm well sad at work as bard as any Ban esuld,aw eter three weeks; but I worked too hard fix sty strength, aad takiagaheri eold, I was takes with he most acute and peianri rheumatism all through ay sjstea that ever was known. "I called the doctors again, and after etreral wee's they left sse a cripple on cratches for lUa, as i hey said. I awt a friend asd told hist my esse. and he said Hop Bitters had cured him and would cuxeme. I poohed at him, hot ha was so earaest I was induced to use them again. a In less than four week I threw away my crutch e and want to work lightly and kept on using, the bitters for ire weks, until I became as wen as any man living, and hare been so fat six yma since. It basalao cored my wife, wbo baa been sick for years; and baa kept ber aad my children wall and healthy with from two to three bottles per year. There ia no need to be sick at all if these bitten are used. J. J. Bxsr. Ex Super? iaor. That poor invalid wife, sister, mothet; . "Or daaghter! Ill "Can be made the picture of health! "ttith a few bottles of Hop Bitters! Will you let them sufer 1 1 1 1 n Frosseats.th SwlBdlars!!! If whev on call for Hop Bltfcrs (see green dss fcr of Hops am the waits labd) the druggist hands you out any stuff called G D Warner's Gerraaa Hop Bitters, or with other "Hop" name, refuse tt and shun that druggist as you would a vper, aad If he has taken your money for the 'tuff Indict htm for the fraud and sue him for the damages for the swindla and ws will reward you liberally for tha conviction. error. Ignorance, vice or excesses QaleaXvaaa CaaMr Cared without eonnnem-nt bv the -CIVIALE TREATMENTS now firmly enabllsEad In America iel ita Merits REK to earnest laqnlrera,(nottotOTS, orcurie- ty-fleekers), large Illustrated work on iTS,orcnne Dbcaaea mt rlaary Orgaaa. 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" -" -j---- -- . -- -am Maw aad rQetswtta, fsJaasjaad Wsjl sfi.aad isasmneai Sataat Waakawa, awa la i " "Y sdafaaatoaWaaaawaafata. . 77a rsrswMMratawMaaJwAalMer.aawcmaaaiwvaw? t BTsMmalsasa-aat oaraa Rloaftog. raBmalaaaarfraawsaWssswawafhaBrwiaw. ' Jng, Tlisaaaata, Merrews Frowattea. tr, ilsBtJaimsss, asssrawfaa aad bta CMtlar aaariar Saws, oaustas; aafca, Qaaeral DnbiUi rwooa. TejJ naMaJHsr paau TOdbyltiwaK A sufferer from, chronic dlorrhcea writes: "I tried various preparations; but even the simplest gruel caused pain at night Commencing with Ridge's Food. I found full satisfaction to the ap petite and it was never attended with the slightest discomfort in digestion. To test its efficacy, the supper was changed a few times, but always with a return of distress in the night." SSS1T M OMAPIBT." THRESHERS gag. aaasassaaa.) Write for rsuasataaraMatsI sa lwalaJarsM Tartar Oa. wnsSili daia. SMITH'S--.':: Olaa. OaUlona saw) FRSX t ail anaoaaaa. W.X!Mlzl.Ssdawaa.r.0.astfcStfasai anrNTS WIluWTl to mli positiTelT tha AvJl.il 10 WAiUmJ Fasfesf 8engBooln A iiurket, "UataJy's" UuiTarssl Educator," 1,184) Pages, 470 Illustrations; prices low: over 6V,c sold. Exclusive territory and the Most liberal terms ever offered. Address, Kansas City Pea Co., 100 West Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo. R. U. AWARE THAT LarBtecTi Climax Plug asarlsc a rad Na tag ; that LorUlaidw " -- that r-avUfAMfta Wary Cfisalaca, asd ttat LorlUard's Baals, ax taa bast aad cheapest, quality conatderad ? GANGER. A mew treatssent. So Kalfe. No Plaster No Pain. W. C. Payne. Marshal llawa. laws. K. X. C.-T. 103 - CO. 28. x-Lu raplyiais ta aay af tha d-y- .i.oao.9 ts, & aet fsrgY.it ta say taw vuu saw it ia tibia vta-woa-. triftedaway their youthful wfsrav aad Bralaaand all forma of Drbllttr la Maw from eartV ZaS!SKor-WBsas ---?JBl" - "?- -jjgi. 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