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K:B THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1801.
Bt FORTUNES IN SHOES. Kaf Si. EwlolioQ ot tte Entile as a Foat- H'HRK Gear Ornament. aBB Tho Ma0nlficent Baubles Worn by HlHK'IP Elizabethan Dandies. BhBk Mm'-IbBMP' mF Dalnij Feet Bedecked with Jlu- K-HKE monds, Emeralds iiml Kublc. aSsW&BBKaaKWt','' t1j" evolution of the buckle as nn 'IBBbKK' ortiumout lur footgear hus born as In- ''' ffiSBaaM K'.t terMlimr a study to manufacturers ( rlSBtV ' oc "" Kru(,t,ate'' clian-" '" BsVilLKKasKsft last and shanks nnd miiicrn. KLHKb Th uligrlii ( tlie buckle As a alloc '" : BvaWXfp ornapjent. ' cIuloil lu u ijrctit ileal o & ftHsBEiK uurertaliity. Ut It Is known that as WBflftnK1' ornanicutal devices tor a'anes they ante- H..-'4bH3KVX' date alt other contrivance BK f HESMftf ' 'tly whnt material tho urt BIIBVmVB " buckle were manufactured history KBBSVK' dot not enlighten us. 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They BBflpS BBBB were a fad with youthful Croesuses. BBK-'' ? BBBBv who had frames constructed of gold C t BBBB nd stndded with such precious gem as BBK BBBBM rubles, diamonds and emeralds. HD flBRB$ worn iTLiciuor nianurnim. ssaaaaff I'' ,9BBBy? Tbote was apparently no especial BBBft3B&SBBK7 practical object served In the make-up BBBt' TlrSBBBr ' the buckles of tho early dnys. They BK-l,BBri were ornaments pure and simple and BBBv'BtwSBBB na1 none of the tongue-like fnstcu- BBBt1! K'BBHK"' '"I" ' ta present day. aaaaaaaw &!! ' ''no framework ol iiie old-time sold BBBK,isBtFit3& SfffSjTCfaaW'BKegr ; K , Spring HI' - Medicine BBBfcSBB?Bt BK''Hti BP t It is a very wise course to BBW -4 1 BP" take Hood's Sarsaparilla in BKfjtJK;' lc Pr'ncT or at this season BfKafM'v a tnorougl1 cleansing of the BSB s4rtiw blood is necessary in order to HB 'iPflgi' expel the impurities which SI' ilBBll avc accumulatecl during the BH '''HbK' Winter, or which may be fll )KK' hereditary, and cause you HB ffipBgM? much suffering. SVc con Hi :: 1 &,' B -' Hood's BIbK' Sarsaparilla BvBk 'Bv' B V-BJHB fidently recommend Hood's BBgj"'BBBtB Sarsaparilla as the very best . BbWBmI Spring Medicine. By its use BBBHSSBFJ tie blood is purified, enriched BBvI kBvP an vtazed tnat tired feel-, p'HvK m '.s entirely overcome and : BBBp'yJBBMp the whole body given P'N strength and vigor. The ap- BBH ;flBBiB petite is restored and sharp l''HR!' ened, the digestive organs BBKffiBBfV' x"e toned, and the kidneys YbYbI iSMb an ver invigorated Mill Spring BHiH Medicine BBBhBBwkI' " consider Hood's Sarsa- BiBYBK MaYfltl parilla the best Spring Medi. BYK'niK c"c an can tru'y say t'iat HHfcKnSI 5t ' Malces tlie Weak Strong.' BSBbk lae 'l a masons of the R'wBk" vcar wncn needed, and would HHhflEj'' Pfvc five dollars for a bottle B.HB'U lt could not get it for BJBKi les.'' Albert A. Jagnow, BBB!. Dpuglaston, L. 1., N. Y. BBBYBflBSBaBBaBaBaBaBK' WjSmf Hood's mgmmjMmm Sarsaparilla BBBjBBBBBBBBj. BBBBflBBBBBBF'' luUbyaUdnmMU. tlislxfortS. Frspsr BBBBKflBjBBBl i ' wu tr o-1. hood t oo., lo.ii. uui. HHBaYflB (OO Doses One Dollar. DjBjBBBf BBBBJE, w- r 'w ' y" -( nnd sllrer shoe buckles was J'llblT diM-orntod nnd rhasod with scroll and floral devices ot ft most artistic char ai'ter. WhiMi tusiilou III nfter years de creed that buckl were pae. so tlnelT jeuelled wore they that they served mtuilrably for plus. tnt ruixcH cnaoito iccili. A popular ileslcn for buckles In the seventeenth century waa In the form of n serpent poised head In air ready for the attack. It was only when the common rlnsn. the Imitators of the true swell they had them as they do now ndnpteil buckles, that the scions t weiiltby houses discarded thrui. k oncb rorrnR loxdon oknavext. About ino year niro fashion rnnit the eliannes once ngalu on buckles, nud they came Into von" once mure lint the rrdhlvuH was nut tirriniinent, iiml It Is br for the exception rather than tho rule thlt a hhoe buckle Is now to be observwl ln n dally rarnile of our most prominent thorouKlifnre. A COStLT rsRISUN fONCIT Still. It mnv bo that a third revival of tho buckle-weurlntf feter will break out ere another decade ho passed and perhaps tho swells of 10(10 may be ecn more Korsreous In their dlspla.i of this curious shoe adornment than our ancestors. Tmcivr in with pimovns. An Idea of what the buckle of day asoue wrre like. Is given In the accom panying sketches. The first cut show a solid silver buckle, handed with Jets, with a square of sold beads. It wnit worn in low shoe a a centre for ribbon bows. ixtiio witti rntnoca stokis. Next Is a sliver buckle encircled with two row ot loops of gold, studded Spring Medicine The remarkable blood purifying, building-up prop erties of Hood's Sarsaparilla entitle it to your confidence as the great health-giver. We point to its record of wonderful cures, request you to hear the words of praise it is continually receiving and ask if you feel the need Hood's Sarsaparilla of a good medicine to try Hood's Sarsaparilla now. Its popularity is this year greater than ever, and far beyond any other article of the kind in the market. It is an unequalled blood puri fier, an unapproached tonic and appetizer, and beyond all comparison as a general Spring Medicine. Why not try it this Spring ? Spring IVIedaoine " I have used Hood's Sarsa I parilla in my family for sev eral years as a Spring Medi cine and general purifier, and have always found it reliable. Where a tonic and strength cner is needed, I can safely recommend it." W. M. Pot. tek, Bath, Mc. Hood's Sarsaparilla I BoldbrUldruirtsU. n-.slx fr 5. Frepsnd Ioalyby a I. UOpD k CO., Uwsll. Usss. IOO Doses One Dollar. i y with cluster and single emeralds. Thev were much used by Indies nt highest rank. An elllptlcnl-shnpril burkle Is shown In tb third cut They inlirlit be culled the chrotno burktes of that time, Itms niucb n they wrre designed by it I'arl Inn deuler In musical Instruments who used to give a pnlr nnny to nto body who had dealt with lilin for six months and had purchased in that time nOO francs' worth of xood. It was a splendid thing, tbniich. elegantly en craved and enamelled In the centre. A iim. ur-wx. K iiinre-sliniiil Im -kle n n popu lar Oman-., nt will 1 ii'iloli men .mil tujinen. It hud a metal fraui with Jet nti'l fnncv colored cir heads wired to It, Ths elaborate design shown lu the fifth rut was n I'nilsm-i romelt It hail n solid gold tram", 1 1' lily i linseil and oriinmenteil llh I envy pe.irls o populnr did this become thnt Inter the pearls were replaced h diamonds ami rubles, and by these chni.Ki' the wearer made known his (liMlm'timi us n person of urcat wraith nnd rank. "OtA iW nnliiimi v'.t PIAMDVD1 AT TI1K CORNEPS. It Is snld that a pair of boots with these buckles often cost from 15,000 to HB.OOO frnncs The circular style seen next was n dainty thine. Intended lor us- on the flneet of satin slippers, with diamonds et thickly on the timid rarrTT FRcn rrvicu. The remaining cuts all portray 1'reneli devices, nnd they were all of the highest order of workmnushlp, inlaid with pearl and precious etnnes Hut it rati searcely be believed that snsli cxtrav agancaa in such baubles will b dupli cated In this age of common scuc nnd wisdom. Moved ln On Saturday, lvnw ry 1 HBimintendenl and who It roar 'nclgti borf " PoUolsr I den't know vet, lr. W haven't hsrt ter iiorrer snyttilnj slnn too folks taored la aexi door. Obeplnsr tho Rules. rm l'-c,l Aunt Putbr (In city hotel) why, yon hiln't goln' to lock me ln, SI, are you J Uncle bi Unnno how I'm goin' to help It. I've sot in 20 out for an hnar. an' tin's the ioe: I'Uauunail leave their xeja wltn the clerk on koIbk out." Spring Medicine "AtiKuita. ilaine. April 14, 1801. "I am glad to say that I have several times used Hood's Sarsaparilla for dys pepsia, indigestion and gen eral lassitude with excellent results. It works like a charm." R.B.Capen, Principal Dirigo Business College, Augusta, Me. Hod Sarsaparilla ''The old saying, 'An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,' I find to be true in the case of Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 used to be troubled with fever and ague, malaria, pimples on the face, and other affections resulting from blood impurities. 1 , was induced by a friend to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and now take a bottle every Spring Spring IVEedscBne i and Fall; as a result I have vigorous health throughout 1 the vcar. It keeps me well, and I think it folly for other , people to suffer from blood impurities when help may be so readily derived from Hood's Sarsaparilla." W. Stewart, 605 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn. N.V. Hood8 Sarsaparilla Bold br ill drurtiitf. lssixforS. Prepared only br C, 1. 1100D k CO., Lowell, Mass. I IOO Doses One Dollar HIS REQUEST WAS GRANTED. Tho Great Favor Asked Dy o Frlsnd at a Bwall Dinner. I Imve a friend who Is one of themost talented young men In the West, s.nn a writer In the Chicago Tost. The other day he nuns 'nto my olllee nnd made a rnld-blooded bluff about tak ing ine out to lunch, nt the name time tlahlng a 5100 bill before inv nstnn Icdieit ce. I look him up right then and there, of emirs;. We went to the Ulehelleu ind or drrcd lu the neighborhood of 110 worth of food nuil drink, nud pitched Into It n i If we hmiii't hid anything before fur twentv i nil's. It wk n sn'e bet thnt ll,lr ma knblj exhlblllo i of g'lierniltj me.iiit thnt I (ii to be railed u, ill to g re up t-omethlng, nnd. Mire enough, I was. j "II; the wny," he remarked, ns he w.-n I ghtl.itr hl clgur, "by tlie ay, old man, I iwmt to Ret )ml to do mime thing for me." "All right," I replied proirptl A friend wlm blows oii off to n if If, dill iit it cntltlel to a soft nner. ' V. hat - It?" I bate to nsk j on," he went mi puffing slowlv at tliu cigar. "I'm devil lib illlfldent ii'iout nsklne favors of ml frl-nd , b it iou ran do till', uirl I ilnn t think that It Mill give on very much Iroilbl". You Know I never struck ou for any Undue!, as lonu as we lime knoun eneli oilier." "That's mi." I answered. "(Jo nhend. I'll do anything I run lor mil " "Well, j on mc," lie went on. "It's III;e thli I am no," he broke off sud dealt. "I enn't b-'ir To ask It of voti " There wore real tears in III! eyes. "lion't let otirvlf lie disturbed, old fellmi," I ( rl"d verv much affei ted. "Ileineiiiber. I'm your friend " "Xo. I enn't do It," h" ald when be had i MOM-retl hN composure. "I can't lirltrx iiiimII hi ul. jou right to otir fnee. " llv this tlni" I as very curious t" know wliai Hi" trn ibl was. and so I Xirovnd a hoIi tunrk. He bad i minted n that. "o," he poi'tiii'ieil. "I can't tell ou to ' iiti- fiei 1'mi-Vi.k I in'glit lie able to wilt" it ibi'vu "id i'i out of the ioim whil io i real It. WTjoiprom-l-e mt i 1 hiV at It until I liaM' got got el ar iiiit-ld''" Of eo ii'e I prniiilned. What e-e rould 1 do'.' So be - rote four or f've n-ords hi tb l in '' of h" wine rnrd, fol.b'il It ! ii i an I Ii-ind-'d li to in. Then In- shook , up lurid "'fi!l. Mil I iiould never 1 o h ' gr-i efn1 h w t to m foe in- ( n n" an I wen on ,dlsinvril In t ars. j ii I, - h - I but in ' ilii.ir behind him, n-il not t'.l! 1hn. 1 unfolded the card An I thl wis wii it In hid wrltteu " I'lae pa j fcr tit- lunch." Never Asked to " Look Pleasant." IVow Ji!q. I Splcslt The Chinese do not rermt! their urom'ti to he pftotngrnphe !. (ilrvlt Nd; they huve qnlte an arilitlo seme. I hsve seen iodic Cnlnese women. Gory dormontB. Trrm Jv 7..I Miss nieecker I lore to see s little boy In kilt skirts. Mlis Emerson (of boston) Yes; atoasloated nether Ermenta are vtr becoming to dimin utive youths. Not an Eleemosynary Institution. ' . 1 I'artrlilae They jj Homer putt up at the Central llon.f. lthoilcs Of riurse he does I You didn't auppuie he got &.a room for notninz, did jom A Good Rider. IVowll4 Hiil-r and Oriitr "Do yon know why sirr.e hllla are more e."ily dnrea through tho Lecltlaiure than others ' "No." 'Iiecante they hare ' riders' attaencato them." FOUND AFTER THIRTY HEARS. A Former Rebel Eovokes a Vow Against a Favorite Son. Banhlieil From Home Tor Knvorlns the Northrrn Side. "Jack, the mntcli peililler, has hliucl it r!ch," wts. Ibe vtotil pnncd through alu:oit every lictno in lower Allegheny Ibc olbcr ilay, siy tte Piltelmrc Turn, 'J lie tntorprct.ition 0 the expression was Hint Jack llnioaoj h.-.J been found nud reclaimed by lilt fr.thiT, who tliiiiv-onc yenrs ngo drove tits son from bis home nnd lirnrtlf il him ivtroitor to tho t ausc of ' heelioiiiil liberty. j '1'ln- two bu 1 been separated as c-ont-1 p'elrlv as if li ibiitli since their qiinrrol. I audn t uu'il vtalti',ay were thev broupht to,-utlii r. J i-UUii tifiy venra olil. He is IiuiJIv oripuleJ uitli rhetiiunt'.sin. 11W father isflc jenti last the threr-booiu yenrs and ten allotted to man. and tho trouh 0 lie bah b ime is plainly m irUeil on his (ivory feature. I Their homo in au't'-nnr times was in (ieorgln. twenty-fit ralleu from Atlanta. I Mr Kniiisey thru owned u liirce p nnta- tion. lie Btill lues on the old place, anil i now considered wea'thy. lie.'orn the var his ron Imil been scut ortli to tret an rilucut'on and was a Mnilciit nt Hnrard. Ho was n Soutbetner in oterytliini; but I love for th'j htars anil Stripes, and when the v,ar ipioslioaH vveio discussed no one was more anxious, for peaeo than yminc ' Jnc!; l!n-rsev. 1 III lather, on the other hand, unis filled inith Komhem prejudice and considered h.Ksou 1111. rue to himself and the State. I Kiirly in IbJl lid called his son home. ''Iher aru'nonts were llerv-. nud when I I'ort Sampler wai lircd on Mr. llamsey 1 told his o:i to onlist in tho Southern cnuso or lcae his home, 'lho latter al ien, atno was preferred, and Jack left. I'ntil yesterday he hail noer heard from his father. ' The latter had maiutninea his vow of 1 banishing his son from home until aflcr 'the war. and then relenti.il. Ho mmle every posbiblo effort to biinc back the J nunc man, but could llu 1 no trace of him. This search has been pushed now anl thon for the last tnenty-six years. Last Hummer Mr. ltatnsey determined to . find his son before be died, and cams North. Ho visited the New England States and spent a mouth in New York City. Etery public institution where, men are con fined was thoroughly searched, and all possible means for undine the let man 1 were employed. A few days ago Mr. Kamsey rame to Pittsburg. He started at ouce to the Western Penitentiary, for I be. heemed to have a belief that bis son had (jonc astrar. When the old man stepped from a Woods Knn car on Preble avenue, "Jack, the inatih neddler." came down the pavement. Mr. Ramsey carelessly asked tho uncouth peddler the wav to the peni tentinry. As he did ho he noticed a small badge which had been the mark of a col. lego society devoted to the Northern cause. On it was inscribed ' ' Tho Union Forever " Mr. llnmsey remembered it as one of j tho obnoxious thmes tbi.t mused ao,uar I rcl hxiwcen himself and bis son. A ques tion led to the mnt-h peddler's identity. A word of explanation and father nnd sun were locked lu ciuh other s embrace. 'I hey were been that night in the ped dler's hotel near tbo river bank. I ho luct dav they left for ficorRiii. Tho lyounser tran teemed most affected by tho meetiuc. 1" 1 have been in Allechrnv ten sears." he said. " hu- n leaving homo I hase had soma tcriible experlei ce. 1 lint went to Canada, for I wonld not take tip arm; avainat my former home, and I old tiot want to bear my frlcndt reviled by the Northorn men. ....... , , "Alter the war I drifted to Pennsylvania, and hate drlitu.1 through all the itaei of a Pennsylvania tramp. I never had the heart to srork or the energy to be a man. I will go home now, and am thankful for the chanco. " A CAT'S GREAT LEAP. Jumped from a Height of 100 Feet nnd Lived. In tho latter part of 16c0. at a time tv ben tho Washington Monument had reached a 'height of HO feet an adventutous and patr otic cat ascended the interior of the 'shaft by means of the ropes and ttlbinc. 1 aava tin- M. I.ottis llcpabllc. When the workmen nrrived at tho upper landing tbo next morning a'ld began to I prepare for lho day's work. pusy took I fright nnd, stringing to the outer edge. took 11 ' header" of 100 feet to the hard earth bolo-. In the tie -cent, which was watehed closolv bv two score of men tho cat 1 spread herself or.t like a 11) lug squirrel nud ulighted on all fou-s. Alter turning over on the ground n fen times in a dared manner, sho prepared to leava tho I grounds. I She hnd gotten almost beyond the 1 slmdow of tho niouumetit when a dog bolouging to ono of the workmen pounced upon her and killed her, she. of course, not being in her bo3t running trim after performing such an extraor dinary leat. One o' the men procured the bodv of tlie dead feline, smoothed out her silky coit and turned tho remains over 10 a representation of the Smithsonian ln-ti-tulion. who liioiilittd thj skin and placed it under n glab case. I '1 be label on tho case tells Ibis wonder . ul slory in a few words: "Tins I'n'.tia on Sept. at. 1830. jumped from the top of 1 Washington's mouumont end lived." The nnrbrr n Rcnitr. An old vclurnn told this as happening I at Savannah during the war, says the At. lautn Constitution. A young Confederate officer, who was prettv much of a bully, stopped at a barber-shop. Draw mz his sword, be ordered the barber to shave bim, at the same time w.irmng him that if he cut his face or drew a drop of blood he would kill him when he got up. I The operation was performed without 1 accident. Before he went out. how. 1 ever, the bully asked the artist if he was not very much frightened while he was doing the work. The I arber smiled. "Not in the slightest." he replied ' ' for if I had accidentally drawn a drop of blood I would have cut your threat from ear to ear before you could have moved." A Natural Desire. I "rem rSjft.J "First I went to.MarnoM'a for robbers; than to Ferry's, to get that sacqn I wjs telling you about," begin Mrs. ilurgtni. "I wish yua woalau't ulKshop'Uttl Mug gins, wearily. On the Fox Seat. From r RhitT nd Drifr. J "Coachmen aeem to me to be more prosper ous man tnrlr employers." Mlosrao?" "Tnej'ie higher op In the world." W.-.ere He Wanted Himself. Tr9tn Jvdqt. " WMt on carta do yon want?" sated Mrs. Larkin of her husband, who, like moat of ths piaaensers, was aatrerlai- from ea-lcxness, bat was making more ado than any ten of them. "Myself," redled Larkin la answer to ter question. "For or a rear wt bar lean uaias that ad- I mlrabls prapsralioa, HOOD'S SAtfilPAUII.lJt. amopi lh lomataa of M. Jotin'a Horns with eon atantlr iDrrraala; tanefilaad aatiafarlloa wa want , Dvthlng bettvr tn cue of coi rsl dattllty sad loaa Hoocfs Sarsaparilla Bolibr all drac flats, 1 , all for et. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD k CO., Lowell. Mas. I IOO Doses Ono Dollar ll.lliW.JilLttA-M t,. 4-ayyW ' of pptl(we flndlt tnTtlaALlt lo when n tin par tto( tli blood Uiadit-Ated by -irapiioa. Ac, 9 hllceatinuto kvepit amoatroar rcu lr capplUi " MBTEKS Or &T. JOSEPH. 8t. Johni Horn. Broofljo. NtwVorL Hoods Sarsaparilla EollbyaUdnursiats,e)t. fix for (5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD k CO.. Lows 11. Mass. ! IOO Dosos Ono Dollar 1 " AtoaV oUht montba so mr llttls boy htd a sarv 1 tore ear A fjlsnd told in to try HOOD'S BAR8A , PARILLA. sod I f svs n; bej out bottl with th 1 b,t issnlt lis is bow In rood hsalta." A. O. LKWIS. SID rdth aTsna. Ka Vori Cltr. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dmnrisU. tli all for es. Prtpartd only br 0. 1. UOOD k CO., Lowell. Vat. 1 IOO Dosos One Dollar r A HARD-EARNED VICTORY. Ifr.n tlft.1 I S II. III. 1 IV. V. VI. "-W VIL - The Chief Reauisite. frm rucS.1 Kitty Toa-re an Ideal chaperone, Mr Lightly. Jack Tea; yon are simply " out ot light" ORE OF THE MEANEST HER. i Dluffod Hlmnelf Into a Dinner ana I Froza nia Friend Out. I "Talk about your mean trick 'and I your cruel practical jokes I'vo just had one played on me that's the meanest and I the erucleat that a man ever thought of," 1 aid a Chicagoan to a Pott reporter. ' ' ' What wm It ?" I inouiredl ' "I'll tell you. It was like this. I goes into the Wellington this noon to lunch. Just aa I'm sitting down In oomea Jack Austin. You know Jack? 'Well, he aita down at my table and say he'll tell me a funny story. "I size it up that he's getting into ma for the lunch, but I say nothing, for I know there's no help for it, see? I only have about 3.E0 in my clothes, see? I let bim order first, and be goes and orders woodcock and things like that up to 93.23. " Ibia kind of freezes me. and so I tell bim I'm feeling sick all of a audden, and all I want Is a cup of coffee and some crackers. Tnat costs a quarter and makes the bill up to the limit of my pile, see? " ell. we eat onr lunch, and Jack tellr two or three funny stories, and pretty soon the waiter comes around and makes out two checks with a total of $3.50. "'Here! ' says Jack to me. 'giveme your check. I'll pay for the lunch.' "Now. I call that one of the most das tardly of practical jokes. If I had an, pected that he w as go ng to do anything like that I would have eaten 96 worth. Aa it was I nearly starved. Ine worst of it was he saw through It all and it tickled him immensely." - , ACTORS THEY HAD SEEN. Two Tonsorlal Munohauaons Discus Stage Kings and Queens. Business was dull, and there was a lull in an uptown barber shop, one of the I best-patronized establishments in town, rays tho Washington Critic. Two ton sorial Alunchausens were discussing ths j ttsgo. Thev had both seen everybody and everything. Neither was over thirty Jive yearn old, though they talked of things they had seen thirty-uvo or forty years ago. One of them said : ' Did you see the elder Booth?" " See the elder Hooth?" was the reply. " I should say I did. He used to play Camilla." "Ihe same the same." was the reply. "And did you cter see Ned Forrest?" "Many a time. I saw him in 'Fra' Jl Diavolo' twice and again in 'Hip Tan Winkle. " The conversation ran on in that line for abont fifteen minutes, each trying to out-lie the other, when one of them ex claimed ' But were yon in this town when Mist Mademoiselle, the great Fiench actress, made the tour of the country ':" This was a stunner. It took the barber to whom the tincstion was propounded about two minutes to answer, bnt he finally gasped ont: "I reckon I didn't see Miss Mademoi selle. I allow that you have seen mora great stage people than I have." Dig Drives. I from th Mdr anit Vrittr. 1 'Ooem Is such an enthnataatle rider here mlnia me of a salesman I know." " How so?" "lie's nearly always on ths road." An Encouraging Outlook. ' I01 On Cporh. "Well, prisoner, "id the prison chaplain to tho convict, whese time was nearly op, "I nope your pnnlaamem ha don yon good. " . "Yea, sir; ithss," returned the prisoanr.il 1 It's pnt me tn bally trim to go baet to towrJK and knock thnnaer oat 01 the witnesses whiV convicted me." TH From East New York? Scrofula in Severe Forms Entirely Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla The Createst Blood Purifier Ever Discovered Read the Statements Below Tbo tenacity tvith which Scrofula Humor clings to its unfortunate victims mao'B this form of blood disease most difficult to cure. Tbanianda Meek Relief In vain, until they try Hood's Sar saparilla, which accomplishes such wonderful cures that it has won tho title of "The greatest blood purifier ever discovered." Soon ofter beginning with this medicino, tho raw and inflamed places grow less and less troublesome, the flesh assumes a healthy appearance and in a reasonable timo the dis charge ceases and the sores disap pear. A rerullaritr Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that while it purifies and vitalizes tho blood it builds up the whole sys tem, returning tho strength dimin ished by disease. We Call Attention to the following statement of the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla in a Ivery severe case of scrofula humor : Eisr New Yonx. Feb. 5. 1801. "W tre so thankful to Hood's Harsapa. rllla for what it ha done for our little girl that we deilre to malt tula statement for the benefit of other anxious parents and Suffering Children. Our girt ni a beautiful baby, fair and blnmp and healthy. But when she was two years old sore broke ont bt&lnd her ears and sprtad ranldlr over ber bead and fore head down to her eyes and into her neck. We conanlted on of th best physicians ln Brooklyn, bnt nothing did hr any good. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all drua-flaU. (1 1 ail for It. Prepared calr by 0. 1. HOOD k CO., I411II. Mass. IOO Doaev On Dollar " - irn The doctors laid It waa earned by a scrofula humor in the blood. Her head became one complete aore. offensive to the smell and dreadful to look at. Her general health waned and ahe .would li in a large chair alt day without any life or energy. The aores caused great itching and barning. o that at times we had to restrain ber band to pre rantrcratchlng. For three years sho snffered fearfully with This Terrible Humor, and we concluded wa must try some other medioine. We were mgea to give her Hood' Sarsaparilla and began to try it. W soon noticed that she had more life and ap petite. The modicine seemed to drive ont more of th humor for a short time, but it toon began to anbtlde. the itching and horn ing ceased, and in a few months her head ' beoame entirely clear of the sore. 6 lie is now Perfectly Well, baa no evidence of the hnmor. and her skin 1 clear and healthy. She seems Ilk an en tirely different child in health and general aDpearanoe from wbat she was before taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. We earnestly recom mend tbi excellent medicine to all who snffer from scrofula or impure blood." I. W. FnEDCBicx. .111 Olenmors are.. East New York, Brooklyn, N. Y. ConOrniRtery 8tatewent. "I know the family of I. W. Frederisk above referred to, believe them to b reli able, and the atatemeut tbey give to state the facts in the case. Iney have bought IlooJ'aBarsapariltaofme." Wx. F. Uaaas. Druggist, Atlantic avenue. East New York, N. Y. It I Not Nreesaarv To comment on the abovo. Bui wo wish to ask parents who bars children suffering with foul humors if theso statements do not prove beyond a doubt that Hood's Sar saparilla is a reliable remedy for all such affecticjos ! And, further, is it not your duty, knowing tha Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured others, to try it yourselves t Hood's Sarsaparilla Sell sysll arosilats. li au tot So. rr' calbO. I HOOD 00., UwU. Utt IOO Doses One Dollar ,. I t 1