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* V ? Nobility Gentllltr. A member of one of the great London political clubs once lost bis umbrella, and put up a notice in the hall requesting "the nobleman" who hail taken it to return it when he had done with it. The committee in due course desired to be informed why he ascribed its possession to a peer. The member blandly referred them to. the rule, which said that the club was composed of "noblemen and gentlemen," and added that no gentleman would have taken his umbrella. How Many Stars Can You See? To the average eye not more than 5000 stars are visible; some persons having extraordinary strong eyes can see about S000 stars. Through the Lick telescope and other powerful instruments, about 50.000,000 stars are visible. There are believed to be star8 in existence beyond the reach of any telescope yet constructed. Paper From Asbestos. It has been found possible to make A nn/1 nonor At1 VXI.U, ouw.ft I asbestos, which can be used in the manufacture of paper lanterns and of other things that are required to be both light and fireproof. The paper can also be made waterproof. It is ( manufactured -with the machinery used for ordinary paper. ; Dyeing is as simple as washing when you nse Pctnam Fadeless Dyeb. Sold by" all ' druggists. It's easier for a man to make friends of his creditors than to make creditors of his i friends. Five and one-half pounds is the average weight of the wool from a sheep's fleece. If You Have Rheumatism 6end no money, but write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.. Box 148, for six bottles of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure, exp. paid. If cured pay $5.50. If not, it is free. * 1 It is no crime to be poor; neither is it a virtue. Frey?? Vermifuge For 60 Yean Hag been the family medicine for worms. It cures. 25 cte. At Druggists and country stores, j A clear conscience cannot be gained by j filtration. j FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous- ' nese after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great J Nerve Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free t Dr. R. H. Kline, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. ( English people drink yearly, on an average, eight ounces of cocoa a head. > A. M. Priest, Druggist, Shelbyville, Ind., * says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure gives the best of 1 satisfaction. Can get plenty of testimonials, \ as it cures every one who takes it." Druggists ( sell it, 75c. 'j The common hen lays about 500 or COO ^ eggs in ten years. ^ Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children ] teething, soften the gums, reduces inflammation, allayB pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. ^ The umbrella manufacturer is one man ^ who believes in the weather profits. Pieo'B Cure cannot be too highly spoken of ] &e a cougn cure.?j. w. umjbiex, 3Ti xnira Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900. When a fellow is thrown on his own resources he is usually broke. If you want "good digestion to wait upon pour'appetite" you should always chew a bar of Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti. A fellow has to be sick once in a while to really enjoy good health. WHYMRS. PINKHAM Is Able to Help Sick "Women "When Doctors Fail. How gladly would men fly to woman's aid did they but understand a woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities, and peculiar organic custuroances. Those things are known only to women, and the aid a man would give is not at his command. To treat a case properly it is necessary to know all about it, and full information, many times, cannot be given by a woman to her family phyMks. G. H. Cjuxpelu tician. She cannot bring herself to tell everything, and the physician is at a constant disadvantage. This is why, for the past twenty-five years, thousands of women have been confiding1 their troubles to Mrs. Pinkhara, | and whose advice has brought happiness and health to countless women in the United States. Mrs. Chappell, of Grant Park, I1L, whose portrait we publish, advises all suffering women to seek Mrs. Pinkham's advice and use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as they cured her of inllammation of the ovaries and womb ; she, therefore, speaks from knowledge, and her experience ough/ to give others confidence. Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is absolutely free. Tiiellon.Geo.StarrWrites No. 3 Van Nebs Plack, New York. ^ Da. RaDWIY?With me yotir nejiei CUB worcea wonders. For the last three years I have had frequent and severe attacks of sciatica, sometimes extending from th* lumbar regions to my ankle, and at times to both lower limoa. During the time I have teen afflicted 1 have tried almost *11 the remedie- recommended by wise men nd fools, hoping to find relief, but all proved to be failures. I have tried various kinds of baths, manipulations. outward application of liniments too numerous to mention, and prescriptions of the most eminent physicians, all of which tailed to give me relief. lAst September, at the urgent request of a friend (who had been afflicted as ravself) I was induced to try your remedy. I was then suffering fearfully with one of my old turns. To my surprise and delight the first application gave me ease, after bathing and rubb ng the parts affected, leaving the limbs in a warm glow, cr-ated by the Relief. In a abort time th? rain t as9ed entirelv away. Although I have slight periodical attacks approaching a rhanpie of weather, I kuow now how to cur tnvself, a'id feel quite master of the situation. feAO WAY'S READY RELIEF is my friend. I never travel without a bottle in my valise. Yours truly, GEO. STARR, Emigrant Commissioner, rk flsfls nwn* Sold by ail Brunhf. EinWiT 4t CO* 55 Elm SqrcM, NewT?*k ^yviK I THE SEA OTTER. Cursed with a skin that charms tie eye? All ' ' ot with satin sheen, Hore worth than pearl or lazuli, The pride of King and Queen.' !A coat that not the eoual heft - Of ninted gold can buy? He lives to be of life bereft, To seek a sanctuary. 'A hunted thing, he dreads t'ue snore, And shuns the haunts of men. From Attu to the Chernaboor He dwells without their ken; He harbors where no harbors ares Upon the ocean's breast, On seaward rafts of weed afar He snatches troubled rest. But when the winter tempests lasb ? The sullen northern sea, * The leaping rips and races thrash And nerd him to the lee Of ranks of surf-swept islets trailed Athwart the swirling tides, Where, by the huddling mist-wreaths veiled, The harried otter hides. Then to his quest the hunter hastes7 T Upon the dying gale. * To speed across the watery wastes Of livid ridge and vale; J Part man, part water-imp, and par? 3 The otter's nest-of-kin, None other has the hard-won art, To take the velvet skin. In his bidarka, willow-ribbed, And n-vnniif>H with walrus hide. Lathed watertight and snugly cribbed^ He launches on the tide , Toward the snarling reeflets rimmed About with milk-white surge, Where, voiced by reeling waves, is hymned His quarry's echoing dirge. With net or club in stealthy strife, With spear in open war, The crafty Aleut seeks his life By ocean, coast, and bar. The clanging billows call to him, Their long-drawn anthem peals Whence over Saanak's fretted rim The burgomaster wheels. Canned with a coat of plossy hair A Czar may not despise, A shimmering silk without compare, The lust of princely eyes, Of mandarin and potentate The dearest heart's desire, He only lives to flee his fate, . A shelter to require. ?J. S. Higgs. *OG00O0O0QGG0Q0O003000GCQO | A Railroad Ride ? I With Savages. ? 5 oj XJOOOQOOOOQOOOOOOCOOOOOOOO This is a story of how two hundred Australian aborigines, the lowest type )f human beings in the world, got their first introduction to civilization through the agency of a railroad train. The incident has never been printed before; its appearance now is due to the following item that appeared in the Northern Territory Times of February 8: Curly Pete, eon of Chief Curly of the Womera tribe, was strutting round town yesterday attired In white duck pants and a blue cloth cap. He is as proud as a peacock. Mr. Hendry gave liim a job yesterday oiling up engine 3, and all the Womeras believe he is now in line for the chief justiceship. " Not very many years ago a party of engineers went up to Port Darwin, at the extreme northerly point of Australia, by steamer from Adelaide, .housands of miles away, to lay plans for a four hundred mile line of railroad Into the interior to tap the cop per and tin mines. The enterprise was i hazardous one, for at that time two tribes of blacks, the Womeras and Alligators, were waging fierce war on :he settlers of Port Darwin. Gradually, and after hardships that leed not be detailed here, the engineers got the first fifty-mile section of :heir work done, and steamships brought up thousands of tons of ma:erial and hundreds of laborers for the completion of the road for that distance. It is hard to give an accurate Idea of the way the sight of these preparations affected people of the character of the aborigines. The 'navvies" went about their work irmed, and, with all the necessary ballast for the roadbed close at hand, it tvas only a little over a year before their labors began to assume definite shape. Some blacks were laid away by their tribesmen with bullet holes in their UUUlt'a il3 UiCUlCUlUt'd UJL liic auumic [>f civilization, and a few of the workmen perished miserably' from poisonous spear wounds before a sort of tacit truce was patched up. Flodding steadily in the tropical sun, the contractors pushed ahead through the ferns and svattle trees, laying rails as they went, 50 that construction trains could deliver material as the work progressed. The Womeras had disappeared almost as soon as operations started, but the Alligators hung round in the bush, making occasional night attacks Dn the men till the day when the first jvork train went puffing south. At the sight of it they tracked away into the interior, and all trace of them was lost till the first section, running down to Alice River, was completed. The tirst passenger coaches were put on, and all Port Darwin made trips along the line and rejoiced at the improvement over bullock team travel. coon tne natives Degan to come DaeK from their busli haunts, timidly at first and in parties of two or three, and gazed witii awe, not unmixed with veneration, f.t the trains speeding along at a thirty-mile gait. It was thought well, mainly in order to prevent destruction of the rails and roadbed, to educate them to the meaning of the innovation, and after a while a few diplomats were cent out to confer with the head tribesmen. It took months of argument to convince them, but finally the whole Womera tribe consented to track to Port Darwin and place themselves in the Lands of a "committee on arrangements." So in fear and trembling they arrived at the settlement, and one bright afternoon two hundred men, women and children were selected to make tne trip to the river. A doz:ju flat car9 were put behind an ?ngine, and into these the blacks were coaxed and shoved, with instructions to hold on and keep still whatever happened. A thousand other natives saw them off, and all along the line were spread little groups of Alligator men who Krrpnmpfl n wMmmp n<? thp train swept by. It was probably the strangest collection of passengers ever carried on a railroad train. As soon as the run started the whistle of the locomotive tooted a joyful accompaniment to the rattle of tba wheels. The blacks began their peculiar shrill cries, partly In fear and partly in admiration, and waved their arms about their beads '? X.r - as the speed Increased. The children munched dandelion seeds and clunj to their mothers, and two old womer crooned a solemn chant and held theli heads in their hands, afraid to look up At the head of the first car was an ole chief standing erect with his arms folded and ready to meet the deatl he believed the white people hat tricked him into. Gradually getting used to the nove' motion and with an increased sense ol security, the majority becajne reas Burcd, and by the time Alice Rivei was reached nearly all were supreme *? 1 ly uuppy over me auvtuiuic. jlucj swarmed out of the cars, sounded th< wheels, pointed to the position of th< sun in the heavens and marveled ai the distance they had come in such a little time, and wound up with a gen eral plunge into the cool waters of th< river. There was no need to coax them intc the cars for the return trip. With th( exception of the two old women, whe deserted the expedition despite all ap peals and decided to walk back, all clambered merrily aboard and wen run back along to Port Darwin singing their corroborees and love hymns. | A little while afterward a flat cai ' was attached to all trains, and the na 'tives soon came to know that It was for their sole use. There was very sel dom a day when it was not full.?Johr R. Rathom, in the Chicago Record Herald. A TRUE FISH STORY. Peculiar Adventures of a Wedding IUnj That Was Lo?t Overboard. ''About tlie queerest fish story ] know of," said a highly truthful inai ?indeed, he was a clergyman?"hap pened to me at a little lake In Wiscon sin, where I used to summer with mj family. One day my wife was out ir our boat with a party of friends. Sh< was letting her hand trail in the water without thinking about its shrinking effect, and when she finally took he: hand in her wedding ring was gone The lake was deep at that point, anc although we made consderable effor to recover the ring, it was not to b< found. Naturally it worried her i good deal,* and the next year she woulc not go back to the same place. No] did we go the following year, but th< third year we/went there again, anc one day I was in the woods, about ? mile from the lake, with my boy, try ing to get a shot at some denizen o] the forest or other. As we went peer j ing around among the trees to get f squirrel we had seen I noticed some thing shining on a twig in a tree aboul twenty-five feet from the ground. 1 | sent my boy up after it, and when he came back I was more than astonished to find that the shining thing was mj wife's wedding ring. "How it ever got there was a mystery at first, but I was not a believei in fairies and that sort of thing, so 1 began to investigate for material causes. The top of the tree had deadened, and with a suspicion in my mind I sent my boy up to see what signs might be above the green boughs. He called down to me presently that there were remains of a fish-hawk's nest Id the forks of the tree, and, putting this and that together, I came to the conclusion that the hawk had caught the fish that had gobbled up my wife's ring in the lake, and had taken it to the nest for the young hawks. They didn't care for jewelry and had left that part of the fish in the nest, from which, as the nest was blown to pieces by the wind, and beaten by the storms, the ring had dropped out and by chance had caught on the twig where I found it. In any event, if that was not the way it got there, how did itl For it surely was there, and my wife is wearing it to-day." ? Washington Star. Heard Them, Anyhow. A' musician and bis wife were or their way borne from a concert, and were overheard discussing tbe merits of tbe entertainment. "It set my teeth on edge," the husband said, "to bear tbe orchestra playing 'Yankee Doodle' and 'Dixie' at tbe same time. Tbe idea is all right, ol course, and even commendable from a sentimental point of view, but the two pieces, when played together, are fuL of discords." "But didn't you notice," said his wife, who is something of a musician herself, "that where certain notes 01 passages would have been discordanl they were omitted from one air to another, and left to the drums?" "Of course I noticed it," he testily replied, "but I could hear the discords in my mind just the same! Aeh!"? Vnnth's nnmnauion. Two Up and One to Play. A conductor oil one of the suburban car lines which passes a certain goll club has learned from his passengers the significance of many golf terms, The "two-up-aud-one-to-play" expreS' sion has especially taken his fancy Not so long ago a friend was riding or the rear platform of his car, whec three passengers, not known to be goll players, boarded the car. One of th( passengers handed the conductor ? quarter and received his ten cents change. The conductor pulled the in dicator but twice. On his return tc the platform his friend remarked That was easy." "Say," replied the official, "do yoi know anything about golf?" "A little," said his friend. "Well, that's two up and one tc play."?Baltimore Sun. Beady For a Promotion, A man with an armful of second hand schoolbooks boarded a Four teenth street car the other evening. "Why. hello there, Jim," said his scat-mate, turning around and looking him over. "Haven't seen you for ? on-o Mnvripfl ,in<1 <5Pttled dOWI UV/ft O i*?*-. ? ami fetching up a family, eh?" "Nope, I'm not married," replied th( man wKh the armful of schoolbooks "What put that into your head?" "Why," replied his 9eat mate, "thai bunch of arithmetics and spellinj books and geographies and " "Oh, those," replied the man wit! the armful of schoolbooks, wearily "They're no sign I'm married and I'v? got a family. Just bought 'em a wbll< ago so's I can dope up for my exam ination for promotion from the $720 t< the $900 class, that's all."?Washing ton Post. " . ' ;\> :y. ? ^household ; jilNTSJ - . Old-Time Chests.* 5 Old-time chests are much In evlt dence In the modern house these days. 1 Happy she who possesses "a really, t.ruly one" as an heirloom. Mahogany 3 black with age is much to be desired, as is the antique richly carved black > oak Dutch one. The more metal ! bound and hasped the better. > How to Wash Stocking!. ' I All kinds of stockings require to be ? carefully washed. No soda must t>e > used, and the water must be moderately warm both for washing and rins ing. Lisle thread stockings should be j washed in tepid water, using a little . soap for the feet only. Rinse in water i to which a few drops of liquid am. monia have been added. Dry them quickly, preferably in a good current of air, and press with, a warm Iron. Silk stockings should be washed In tepid water with mild soap. Rinse I them In several waters. Shake them well and roll them In a cloth to dry [ after pulling them into shape. When ) pegging stockings to the clothesline . for drying out of doors the feet should . always be uppermost. , I Uses of Olive Oil. , No household where there are children should be without olive oil, for it Is an invaluable medicine in certain ^ cases. For a weakly or rickety child or one who is recovering from typhoid fever salad oil will sometimes work wonders. The plan Is to rub in tlie oil over the whole of the child's body, especially about the upper part, taking a few drops at a time into the palm of the hand. The nourishment thus absorbed through the skin will be of immense service in building up the child's strength. When a child is suffering from a severe cold it is a good plan to omit the daily bath and to nib the back and chest with olive oil. To insure no further cold being caught the child should be wrapped in a blanket and carefully screened from drafts while the rubbing is being done. A threatening of croup often will end in a threatening only if the oil and camphor be applied to the child's chest. The method is to saturate a piece of flannel, sprinkle it with a little powdered camphor and apply it to the , chest and throat as warm as it can be borne. Cover with a piece of dry ^ flannel and change as soon as it gets ' cold. [ I Hint* For Mrs. Jutt-Marrled. ! The dining room should be in per( feet order before breakfast is served. * * The plates should be properly heated [ and placed before the carver. * * * ( A meal should never be announced until everything is in readiness. , The coffee shoulu*be served very hot , and with hot milk. * * * The glasses should be freshly filled ! with clear, cold water. I * * * 1 The butter should be kept in the re frigerator until the last minute in i summer, but kept where it will be soft enough to spread in winter. * ? * The table should always be so kept i as to be ready for a guest with but a I moment's notice. ) * ? ? A cotton flannel "silence cloth" not ' only makes the tablecloth look infln itely handsomer, but preserves the ; varnished surface from stains from hot dishes. t ** * 1 A polished table if used must be I spotless; it is therefore not desirable for every day use, as there is too much 1 work Involved in keeping it in order. 1 * * A sufficient number of knives, forks ' and spoons should be placed on the table so that nothing need be called for after the family are seated. i Spanish Chocolate?Mix two cupfuls of hot clear coffee with two cupfuls of sweet chocolate beverage, pouring al, ternately back and forth until frothy, i Chocolate left from a previous meal i may be nicely utilized this way. E Serve with cr^-am. Mushrooms on Toast?Remove the stems from twelve large, firm mushrooms, peel, put the tops side by side in a baking dish, lay a piece of butter on each, sprinkle with salt and pepper and dust over with flour. Place in a very hot oven till brown. Take up i and place on buttered, toasted slices of bread, thicken the gravy in the pan, pour over the toast and serve hot. > Prune Jelly?Wash and cook in one pint of water one-half pound of prunes. When soft add one-quarter of a pound of sugar, the juice of one ~ Itt + lsv svl 4-VL.TV n 4-^ rl .(m/1 leujuu iiuu u liinc ui luc ?iiiii;u nuu. Put one-third of a box of gelatin to soak for one hour in two tablespoon' fuls of water. Then strain in tbe ' Juice from tbe prunes and add half 1 of tbe pulp of tbe prunes. Set in 1 chopped ice to harden. Baked Mush?Stir sufficient corn J meal Into actually boiling water * to make a rather thin gruel, about half a cupful to a pint Add a third teaspoonful of salt. Boil carefully two or * three hours, then turn into a mold. Stand aside over night. When ready 1 to use turn out and cut into slices; * place in a shallow baking pan, the ' bottom of which has been dusted with i flour. Dust the mush lightly with * salt and pepper; brush the top with } egg and put into a quick oven untii * k is a golden brown. " . "'V A Paradise of CI aba. The city of Zurich must be the very paradise of clubs. In proportion to ( the number of its inhabitants it posjesses more clubs than any other city ."n the world. At the end of 1893 it ; already had 534 clubs; but in 1901 iey have increased to 771. Nearly : jvery one of them holds its yearly, quarterly, monthly or weekly "vereinsfest," so that if a citizen could only get himself elected a member of each jf them he might keep two festivals avery uay 01 me year.? >Yes>iujijjt>i.ei Gazette. Cats to Check Rabbits. Australian papers state that the experiment of the West Australian Government in turning domestic cats loose In the southeastern districts of the colony to check the invasion of rabbits from South Australia has been a pronounced success. The felines destroyed Immense numbers of the pests, and in some cases almost cleared the squatters' runs of the rabbits. In anticipation of the demand which Is expected for cats for this work breeding establishments are being started. It is believed, however, that It will be found much cheaper to Import the anl mals. First Public PI an lit. Of all the myriads who play the piano, how many know that "Tom Bowling" Dibden was the first man who played the instrument In public? It was in 17G7, and the feat was performed at the first night of the "Beggar'? Opera." Even then the piano was not regarded as a solo instrument, that privilege was still reserved for the harpsichord.?London Invent'on. A LUXUR In our Roasting Establishments we Wmh^K do not allow the use of IjbkL Efg Mixtures, Chemicals, or similar substances. jm\ LION COPPEE <^>1L is an absolutely Watch 01 Pure Coffee. Just try a pack. and you will ui 1 popularity. LION COF lions of homes la every package of LION COFFI fact, no -woman, man, boy or girl wi comfort and convenience, and which the wrappers of our one pound seale 1T7T1YT7 WHY oil but act as a tonic on muscles and restore he You will find in an en and permanently put in Alinr *>owel trouble*, i I IIIlL lomneM, bad breath, llllnr on the stomach, blot UvllU month, headache, lnd palm after eatlne, Itver trouble, u and dizziness. when your bo wele larly 70a are getting etck. Coneti] people than all other dUeaeee t tarter for the chronic ailment* 1 uffferlng that come alterwarde. alls yon, start taking CASCARET will never i?t well and be well yon pat your bowel* right. Take Willi CAsCARETS to-day. under i ante* to car* or money refunded. A Test of Sanity. A gentleman was once being taken over an idiot asylum. He asked an attendant how they knew when an Idiot was considered to be sufficiently restored to sanity to be discharged. "Oh," said the attendant, "it is easily managed. We take them into a yard QATTnrn 1 frnnchfl WP turn on the trips and then give the idiots buckets to bail out the water and empty the troughs. Many of them keeps bailing away while the taps keeps running, but them that isn't Idiots stops the tap."?Tit-Bits. Alb Tour Dealer for Allen's Foot-EsH, A powder to shake into your shoes; rests the feet. Cares Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Sore, Hot, C&llous, Aching, Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's Foot-Ea<?e makes new or tight shoes easy. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25 cts. Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeBoy, N. Y. The difference between a comedy and a tragedy is merely in the way it is acted. "TheSsnce that made WestPolntfamoas." MclLHENNY'S TABASCO. nCrlDCY hew dibCOvbbx; fit?? gj fC \J O V quick relisf and can#! wont cami* Book of tMtiaonials and 10 day?' treatment Free. Dr. H. K. QIUI'IIOH. Box ? Atlanta. a* <rr?\W.L.DOi l^XV S3, i 13.50 R Zlrci *e?l worth of W. M EYELETS VK'fJlL. sa.so shoe* la of the foot, and the contraction of the Bhoe. It ii knowledge that hare made W.!.. OongUs shoe* the b Take nokubatltat?. Inillt onhaTtng: W. L. L and price itamped on bottom. \ onr dealer ihonla ke end for catalog glrlng fuU lsttractlona how^rder I Y WITHIN THE REACH rjp -2 ' ho ** Oi ir next advertisements And >ge Of LION COFFEE wt iderstand the reason of its Gi< FEE is now use^ *n milEE you will find a fully illustrated and d 11 fail to find in the list some article whic i they may have by simply cutting out a < d packages (which is the only form in wh rER ] a m \\lv Causes biliou V-?^ t^ds c j-v / |m\ is here and yot ^ 11 II poison out of ?| \J naturally and g< ^ ~(f are just what or gripe, i ^ you sleep fine mure viuicu the cure. Be your bowels?j leave them weal keep up regula fore. The onl for the boweL CASCARETS, 1 out the foecal the whole 30 feet of bowi althy, natural action?bu) .tirely natural way your be good order for the Spring; :URED E 'EKnbioJSrwind pilJIDAMT ited bowel*, fool 111 III nil ll I Izestlon, pimple*, UUrlllflll I now complexion similar medicine in don't move regu? ireat merit, and our D*tlon kill* more will ?ell OA SCARE' off?th?r. It la a money remiaeo. w? "i ..... Jr fklr, honest trial, ui ind long r?ar? of not Mtiiaed, fttrni No matter wbit box and the rmpty be '8 to-day, for yon whom yoa pnrcnaaed all the time until boxei.. Takeonrad* onr advice: atari day. Health will qui . ? .h?n?1.1*mar. Too d restarted theu. in absolute guar- Iddreui bILKLIMJ Ki Too Lat?. Arter nearing evidence in an assault ease between man and wife, in which the wife had had a deal of provoca- * s?4?4-**n+/* 4nrn1nr? +V?a Liuiif tiic ma^iouaiC) w VAA? husbnnd, remarked: "My good man, I really cannot do anything in this case." "But she has cut a piece off my ear, sir." "Well," said the magistrate, "I will bind her over to keep the peace." "You can't," shouted the husDand; "she's thrown it away."?London TitBits. AGENTST Brohard Sash Look and Brohard Door Holdar Active workers everywhere can earn big monerj , always a steady demand for our goods. Ham pi* eashlocit, with prlcea.terms.etc.,free for2cstaitj> iJ for postage. THE BROHAK U CO., " Department 18, Philadelphia, Fs. N Y?22 IS In tlma Sold by druggists. HI ^ iiiin r-1- "(j* JGLAS /Ofc, | CUflCQ UNION mz Wk OnULO MADE. KBvfrgr. m L. Donglaiflil and CTl' f^y1 84 to &. My M gfKl 7*g<= ^ cannot be equalled Efovf -v kjl It is not alooe the best Kj< J ither that maXes a first FawcwiMfc^. vyM us shoe It Is tbe brains, JguflQS st have planned the best -A ?le. lasts a perfect model y rrS?-1 i mechanical skill and avmftffrv'- >V est In tbe world for men. [i BL. loaRlas shoes with name WS5'.V,? / J8A ?p them, 11 he does not, I7. Broefcton, Ma?. | OP ALL! ] THE NEW KING COLE." | King Cole was a merry old soul, d a merry old soul was he; :alled for his pipe?but instead of a glasscalled for LION COF-FEE. /U|j Old Kinjr Cole was a shrewd old soul , d he couldn't be fooled on brands, DN" got his vote, for it has no coat? i its merits alone it stands. x King Cole had a wise old poll, d a wise old poll had he, ' ite and he drank foods of highest rankhe favored LION COF-FEE. he knew 'twas best, by * varied test? at millions of homes it pleased. N COFFEE grand was the only brand at his appetite appeased. Id King Cole could have control day of the public mind, , ^ JS Coffee brand but the "LION" grand i the market we could find. the LION heads whose value spreads tisfaction through the land, Id be bringing grist from the Premium List cen with the LION brand! lescriptive list. No housekeeper, in h will contribute to their happiness, :ertaiu number of Lion Heads from ich this excellent coffee is sold). WOOLSON SPICE CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. bile] i : M 5 Iic<tu-d.ciic, uata-avuv >f body aches. Spring t want to get this bile your system, easily, zntly. CASCARETS you want; they never J but will work gently i. Some people think t the griping the better careful?take care of salts and pill poisons k, and even less able to r movements than bey safe, gentle cleaner 5 are sweet, fragrant They don't force matter with violence, ?\ wall, strenelhen the r them and try them, iwels will be promptly and Summer work, NEVER SOLD IN BULK. IPPH TOCUBEi Five ntrt tn I J 11 <hc flnt box of CASCABfa fa 11 JET? wh sold. Kow It la 1 I LI over ?lx million biiM mmwmwm Tear, mater than u* the world. This I* abiolat* proof of I but testimonial. We have faith and r8 absolutely guaranteed to ear* or bay today, two SOe boxea, (Ive them a ' per simple directions, and If you are In? one 5<k box. return the nnnsed SOe ix to as by mallt or the dramlst from It, and get your money back (tar both 'Ice?no matter what alls yon?start to* Ickly follow and yoa will bless the day eo'CASCAKETI. Book free by nalt :M?DY CO., KEW TOEh or CH1CAU0.