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A SAD YEAR.
The following lines wn-e written lr. 1857 by Harriet Beecher Stowe on the death of her son Henry: One year—one year—one litle year. And so much gone! And yet the even flo w of life Moves calmly on. Where hast thor been this year, be loved What hast thou seen? What visions fair, what giorlous life? Where hast thou been? The veil, the veil, so thin, so strong Twixt us and thee! The mystic veil, when shall it fall That we may see? Not dead, not sleeping, not even gout- But present still. And waiting for the coming hour Of God’s sweet w'ilL Lord of the living and the dead. Our Savior dear, We lay in silence at thy feet This sad, sad year. HRS. H. F. ROBERTS Says to All Sick Women: “ Give Mrs. Pinkliam a Chance, I Know She Can Help You as She Did Me.” “ Dear Mbs. Pinkitam : The world praises great reformers; their names and fames are in the ears of everybody, and the public press helps spread the good tidings. Among them all Lydia E. Pinkhain’s name goes to posterity MBS. H. F. ROBERTS, County President of W. C. T. U., Kansas City, Mo. with a softly breathed blessing from the lips of thousands upon thousands of women who have been restored to their families when life hung by a thread, and by thousands of others whose weary, aching limbs you have quickened and whose pains you have taken away. “ I know whereof I speak, for I have received much valuable l>encfit myself through the use of Lydia 11. Pink tiam’s Vegetable Compound, and for years I have known dozens of wo men who have suffered with displace ment, ovarian troubles, ulcerations and inflammation who are strong and well to-day, simply through the use of your Compound.”— Mbs. 11. P. Roberts, 1404 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo. SSOOO forfeit if above testimonial Is not genuine. Don’t hesitate to write to Mrs. Pink ham. She will understand your case perfectly, and will treat you with kindness. Her adviee is free, and the address is Lynn, Mass. LYON * HEALY * ORGANS are the Rreat favorites to day. Unapproached for filwfetnei* <ind Purity of Tone. New atjies of j PIANO CASE ORGANS which give tli* most enthu siastic satisfaction. AH ourorpana hare all tha latest and most modern iin* I provementa, The caws are fe models of neatness end — ■ beauty and are made of flne- The Latest Style, ly finished solid Oak, lilack) Walnut, Mahogany or Ebony finish. PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. ! We make the of paymeot so easy tlmt any body can buy one. Ask v*ur dealer for the Lyon A llealy Organa. If h< not Weep them write direct , to us. lleatitlful <'o!nl>irne FREE. I— ■ Also bargains In good second .~ . rTTp if hand Organs. I > i 8 A sea led guar* i I antes with ererj The freight fc t. SSr'i 3 i hlp <'rvn 41XZ e v h rywhero. JsS&l Bernein bar Ir" V* when you boy ft] an Organ BWs T R from us g* n j *■' * a—^etndtations U “ OarPlanflCM '•tM. Write today. LYON ft HEALY. CLEANSING CATARRH AND HEALING cuke you CATARRH ipsg§l Ely’s Cream Balm K 'M Huy and pleasant t<> : / JKj o**„ Omanis no in-HR| f fj22 juriou. dr-ig. Kwflß S It if q !c : y absorbed. xc-^YgSgJ Gives Relief at once. My It Open, and Ciean.es COLD 'N K EAD Beal, and Protects the Membrane. Restore, the Sense, of Taste and Smell. Large Star, so cents at Druggist, or hv mall; Trial Bi/.e, 10 cent, by mall. ELY BKOI ULite, SO Warren Street, New 'ork. Genuine stamped C. C C Never sold in bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good.” kiooer'S pastilles. sK*?, Asthma. PISO’S CURE FOR 25CTS. tuitts WtURt Ail ELSE Hits. „ Beet Cough Syrup. Tar tea Good. Lie In time. 3oid I>T drugairta CONSUMPTION ENDURED AN AWFUL SHOCK. Baltimore Man Lives Through Doc- i tors’ and Electricians' Wonder. After having been shocked by a < ur rent of 2.300 volts of electricity Charles F. Beck, an engineer of the Mount Washington Electric Light and Power company, still lives. Mr. Beek had an alternating electric cur rent from a wire which is always charged with over 2,000 voits pass through his body. He has severe burns on his arms, legs and body. Th<- third finger of his left hand is als. • badly burned. The affair occurred last Friday about 6 o'clock at the power-house of the company. Falls road, about ones half mile north of Mount Washington. The damp floor of the room, which i was being scrubbed, helped to <om i pleto a circuit, and Mr. Beck says he ; received a full current <-apa< tty of the plant. A few seconds after he received the shock he was snatched from his posi tion against the switchboard he had gone to watch by the oiler and fire man. For five hours he remained an conscious. Dr. William .1. Todd of j Mount Washington attended him. and 1 was greatly surprised when informed how the injuries were received. Dr. M. J. Gatley, 111 South Broad way. is now Mr. Beck’s attending physician, the latter having been taken front his home adjoining the power house to the home of his father-in law, Jeremiah Meehan, 115 South Bead street. Baltimore Sun. TWO SCHOOLS. I put my heart to school In the world where men grow wise, “Go out,” I said, "and learn the rule; Come back when you win the prize.” My heart came back again, “And where is the prize?” I cried, "The rule was false, and the prize was pain, And the teacher’s name wus Pride.” I put my heart to school, In the woods where wild birds sing. In the fields where flowers spring, Where brooks run cool and clear, And the blue of heaven bends near. “Go out,” I said, “you are only a fool, But perhaps they can teach you here," "And why do you stay so long, My heart, and where do you roam?” The answer came with a laugh and a song— "l And this school is home." —The Atlantic. A Certainty. Briggs—There’s no use talking -a man can’t drink and play golf at the same time. Griggs—So you’ve sworn off golf, have you?—Detroit Free Press. Augustus Thomas, the author of Alabama and Arizona will shortly produce a play entitled Colorado. We hear that the last of this geograph ical series is to be an adaption of Di vorcorns, entitled South Dakota. —The Theater. *IOO Reward, •00. The r>aders of tills paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has lieeu able to cure in ail its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall’s < 'atarrli < ore Is the only positive cun- known to me medical fraternltv Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease. requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken internally, tutting dlreetly on the blood and nun ous sunn-is of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease. and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Hollars for any ease that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial'. Address. l-\ .1. CHUNKV & CO., Toledo, O. CY'"SnM by Hruggists. Toe. Hall sf amily fills are the best. The dowager empress of China has instructed Prince Ching to sign the Manchurian treaty. Mother Gray’. Sweet Powder* for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Children’s Home, in New York. Cure Feverishness. Bad Stomach, Teeth ing Disorders, move and regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,- 000 testimonials. At all druggists, 25c. Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen S. Olmstend, LeKoy. N. Y. It is reported that Taorou, viceroy ot the provinces of Kwang Tung and Kwang Si, is dead. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. Bth.— After loreatl gating Garfield Tea. which 1. quite uni versally acknowledged to be the best faiaty remedy, It la not difficult to explain It* aue cess~-IT IS THE MEDICINE FOR GOOD RRSULTB! It Is manufactured here by the Garfield Tea Cos. In their large and well equipped laboratory, and It Is made wholly from simple, sweet, and withal, heal. h giv ing herbs. Garfield Tea I. the original herb cure for constipation and rii-k headache. An English company expects to lay the cable between San Francisco ano Honolulu in 10 months. When You Or 'rr linker's Chocolate or Baker's Cocoa examine fine package you receive and make sure that it bears the well-known trade-mark of the chocolate girl. There are many imitations of these choice goods on the market. A copy of Miss Parloa's choice recipes will he scut free to any housekeeper. Address Walter Baker & Cos., Ltd., Dorchester, Mass. A Swedish version of The Gay Lord Quex has been produced successfully in Stockholm PUTNAM FADELESS DYE pro duces the fastest and brightest color, of any known dye stuff. A quarrel over Prince Henry's debti is declared ,o be responsible for Queen t Wilhelmina's condition. 25 CTS. Fr e e pTobacgoTags NOV.3O™ tacs. t oracs. 1 fiAZQ* smor. Ausoiof*och. tv* nut rtMAcco. TSS? cl# TAGS. hut str 3thvta n/trrd eoats. % match eo*\ PPI cat, mm lr? i M,t * —v j MM D't srr __ —— IS mss. I Mrs. Austin's Buckwheat is the real tiling; Sives you the genuine old buckwheat flavor, e sure you get the genuine. Col. John Jacob Astor has invented a steam turbine. i Have used I‘isu’s Cure for Consumption nearly two years, ami And nothing to cow* pare with it.—Mr*. Morgan. Berkeley, Cal., Sept. 8, liWl Mrs. Lillian Stevens was re-elected president of the national W, C. T. U. Mr. Wlualow* NOOTUIKO rf*t!i> for children Icctbiu - wini • the gum*. reduce* inflaminauon allay* |sun. cnees wind coilc. ttc, a bottle. Kate Greenaway, the famous artist, is dead. Mrs. Austin’s famous Buckwheat makes , the finest bocks heat cakes. K* sdy in a ; moment. Ak for Mr*. Austin's Buckwheat. ■ Acfute substitute*. A block in the business section of Charlotte, N. C., was burned. FROM Horseshoe' “SPEARHEAD” “STAN DM I HAW” NJ.T.“ “F i PER HEIDSIECK” BOOTJACK "DRUMMOND NATURALtEAf OLD PEACHXHONEY" “NOBBY SPUN ROLL" JOLLY TAR E.RICE.6REENVIILE" GRANGERTWIST 2 Gemtn Twist Zes being equal to one of others mentioned, ••O&od Luck,” “Cross Bow,” “Old Honesty,” “Master Workman,” “Sickle,” “Brandywine,” “Planet,” “Neptune,” “Razor,” “Tennessee j Cross Tie,” •• Ole Varginy.” t TAOS MAY BE ASSORTED IN SECURING PRESENTS. Our new illustrated CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS FOR 1902 will include many articles not shown here,. It will contain the most attractive List of Presents ever offered for Tags, and will be sent by mail on receipt of postage—two cents. (Catalogue will be ready for mailing about January Ui lsa Our offer of Presents for Tags will expire Nov. jotli, 1902. CONTINENTAL TOBACCO COMI ANY. Write your name and address plainly on outside of packages containing Tags, and send them and requests far I’reacnts to C. Hy. BROWN, 424-f Folsom Ave., st. Louis, Mo. II 11 It /SIV rr Ww Th* * Qrtrr f • C(*ry It* repctalUn o( W. L I r*7 Jv £)] 1 Doncles *j.(and IU ahoa* lor slyle, comfort and rear lu emailed ail other I V, A- V /// 1 mates soul at Hum prion. This etrellciit reputation has lorn won I.x merit I y' alone. W. l„ bouuia* stion tiav* to *it* better aatisfactivn than oilier yii.onand I yKt. / sr. :n shoes because lu> reputation lor tbs Peat £I.OO and sr.S4> shoes must ha I A lU * , A < 2d'n’(;J Dowplat Jllorn la America* HHtt se//ia# itrtt!/nm/atlorp It 1 \ J annr at om pro/U; and bat that dealers rtrrvwistre, f W. L.DOUGLAS mM •3-.52 SHOES s 3-2, •s.oo’s.m Kd* L (* UNIOM MADE • -n Equal ml at Any Erie*. been piaewt no high that thn wearer raeatre* mrrr* ralae for tils money In the W. L. Ivmrlns *a<ri and s*.v. shoe* than hr ran art -tsewhere.. w I. Incur In i make* and aells more VJo at. a fto* shoes than any other twa ntanafactor*rs in th* world. Feet Color Eyelet* lined. W, I Douglas StOO and *1.30 a hoe* aretnads of the •amshtali-yrada ft**, 't leather* uaed in •3.00 and M OO ahosa and are just na good in every way. . * T Insist upon having W. L. Itnaylaa ahne* with name and price alamped on bottom. Shoes sent anywhere on rsee.pt of pries and *i rents additional for /V, ’ raeftan 7 aka measurement* of foot as shown ; state s> vie desired; Us* and jgl ac" \ 1 GATALoiJ \Zr£* orrmpu * : mndiom of liht solas. cry . * " w. L. DOUCLAB, Brockton, JI ~^ 1902. tool sir WL eso rest. 8 00 TASS. i4 o TAGS* tut tUA TOUCH/CM HAf Cur TOO*CCt. i' - . i .wren urn ,-<r ... Mir. TAAt HCASvtrt ft\softtr ms rot. , \ J — |§j CO CAMS, S aaoohas If I I*' ||, jjjV jYwiw. ei jf'A’' - %-t > -.. SikßA4h' ' • vc rn *•<+*’• ■ j 'j£?T ** TS TAGS. ASTHMA-HAY FEVER m 1 CURED BY / ) FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. Addmsj DR.TAFT, 79 EI3OST.,N Y City. @FOR EIGHT DOLLARS You tan buy the scry beri 00 lb. Pisiform Sc/ic. Other siren i|uully 1. Jones (He Pays the K eight. ■ hINOIUMTON, A. T. I ■ |\ XI Wanted iu rnch town to take I nI ] V < ney fur t’onifor’a System fur I U(|| cu I line rhilil ren'e gari.icntn, price me I lk# I Ml cents put on hi. Kvory mother want* it. (i. I>. Como ait, L'hicuKo, Ui. pn.E HPrPKMKKH lwlll send simple horn* ram. 1 ady Hat cures a* itr fells, It* po. tpald T. L. r ILLIIMS, v lnllald, Kansas WIB PUB UNION 2G- is