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Populism in Norway.
The paternal government of Norway has a fund of money amounting tq about *500,000, which is loaned to farmers through the municipal offlceis to assist them in buying land. Such a proposition was advanced by the populists of Kansas some years ago and did not meet with any fhvor, but generally with ridicule. 'ln Norway, however, it is actually in practice and small sums are loaned to industrious people at 3 per cent, interest for a term of twenty-five years to .enable them to acquire farms and improve not only themselves but the state. Dr. Joseph Zeenip of I.ucerne was elected president of the Swiss federa tion for 1902. princess^viroquaTm7d.~ Endorses Lydia E. Pinkham’s Veereiable Compound After Following Its ltecord For Tears. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—Health is the greatest boon bestowed on human* ity and therefore anything that can restore lost health is a blessing. I consider Lydia E. Pinkham’s Veg etable Compound as a blessing to State and Nation. It cures her moth ers and daughters and makes them well and strong. PRINCESS VIROQc’a. Practicing Physician and Lecturer. “ For fifteen years I have noted tha effect of your Vegetable Compound in curing special diseases of women. “T know of nothing superior for ovarian trouble, barrenness, and it has prevented hundreds of dangerous operations where physicians claimed it was the only chance to get well. Ulceration aai inflammation of the womb has been cured in two or three weeks through its use, and as I find it purely an herbal remedy, I unhesitat ingly give it my highest endorsement. —Fraternally yours, Dr. P. ViroquA, Lansing, Mich.”— $5000 forfeit if above tea tlmoniat is not genuine. If you are ill do not hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E. Pink liam’s Vegetable Compound at once, and write to Mrs. Pink ham at Lynn, Mass, for special advice; it is entirely free. WVIM - IT L r mm i EXTRAORMNARY BARGAINS IN PIANOS \\TE have hundreds of Upright Pianos returned from rent ing (by persons moving) which must be disposed of at once as we cannot make room for them in our salesrooms. These pianos include Steinways, Knabes, Fischers, Sterlings and other well known makes. Many of them cannot he distinguished from new, yet all are offered at an enormous discount from prices when new. Uprights as low as SIOO. Very easy terms of payment to reliable persons. It would probably cost about $5 for freight to have one of these pianos shipped to you. Write at once for complete list and full particulars. You can make a great saving by securing one of these instruments. Every piano warranted exactly as re presented. Lyon & Healy, 99 Adams St, Chicago. The worhts largest music house. k4ABTHMAj PWHASTSASTHMASPECIFIC | %***.* Gives relief In ITT* mlnnte*. gondl £Jr . foraFKEßtrial packa*©. Sold hyj J 7 :■,/A"Y Drosrarjsta. on© Bo* sent postpaid J S . |V? "*• Address TBO*. KIDDER’S PASTILLES.SS'Kft ttft Bust Developer. FaNofißus. Greatest of French Preparations Sent on re ceiptof C, FaU direction-airen La Mox- TttwE Toii/mw Cra, Dept. A., 202 W. 19th St., New York City. N. Y. ALCOHOL Habit Cure-A two month Dipso mania Treatment which i* recommended to be the beet. Price *iUO Try it if aii ot here haTo failed. Send for booklet free. The F.W Intemperance C0.,714 Decatur St., Brook! y,N.Y UNABLE TO STAND FOR MONTHS BECAUSE OF SPRAINED ANKLES. Liir-l bv ft. Jacobs Oil. (From jlie Cardiff Times.) Among the iiuni.aitils of voluntary in dorsements of the great value of Sr Jacobs Oil for sprnius, stiffness and sore ness, is that of Mrs. <l. Thomas. 4 Alex -8 •*? voad, Gelli, Vshrod, near i’outy prtdd. south Wales, who says: "It is with great pleasure that I add • willing testimony to the invaluable eicci lenee of your celebrated St. Jacob# Oil, as experienced in my own case. I sprain ed both my ankles in walking down some steps so severely that I was unable to stand for several months. The pain 1 suffered was most severe, and nothing tnat 1 used helped me until 1 applied St. Jacobs Oil. when they immediately be came better daily, and iu a short time 1 was aide to go about, and soon after 1 was quite cured. I am now determined to advise all persons suffering from pains to use this wonderful remedy, which did so much for me.” Mrs. riiomas does not enlighten us as to what treatment she pursued during the mouths she was unable to stand, ami dur ing which time she was suffering so much, but we venture to suggest that had she called in any well-known medical man lie would have at once prescribed St. Jacobs Oil. for it has eouquered pain up wards of fifty years, and doctors know there is nothing so good. The proprietors of St. Jacobs Oil have been awarded ♦welve gold medals by different interna tion tl exhibitions as the premier pa>n killng remedy of the world. Tile com mittees who made tile awards were iu e;.eii instance composed largely of the Si ost -£J ninollt medical men obtainable Mrs. lhomas evidently did not know the high opinion in which St. Jacobs Oil is held by almost overv progressive medical imub At Frankfort. Ky„ Ex-Re present a - Berry Howard, indicated as ac cessory to the murder of William Goebel, and who has been iu iiis mountain home under protection cf his body-guard and the local officers, was lodged in jail. Howard protests that he is Innocent. Saskatchewan, Western Canada, Is Called the “Garden of Kden” by a former Resident of Reed City, Mich. In a letter to the Reed City. Mich., Clarion, Mr. Jas. G. Armstrong of Melt ford, Saskatchewan, says, writing on 27th of May, 1901: “This is a line country for a poor man, as he can go out oil the hay slews and cut all the hay he needs. He turns his cattle out on the prairie, and when he Is not using his horses, lie turns them out also. There is such an abun dance of food they never wander away. “A lady, who has lived here eight years, told me that this was the orig inal ‘Garden of Eden.’ 1 certainly would believe it, if we could only find the apple trees. But as it is, we have many varieties of fruit—strawberries, cranberries, saskatoons, huckleberries, red and black cun-auto, dewberries, plums, red and black cherries, and red raspberries. All of these fruits grow wild. Then the flowers that dot the prairies, making them look like a real garden. We have eaten of the wild red currants, and they are eopml If not su perior to those grown in Michigan. We have sweet corn 7% inches high. As the western farmers are all done seed ing, brat* *’ n g cattle and slieep shearing are nov -ogressing. Wool Is only five cer.L lound. and many ranchers have on Land last year's clip. I In close you a potato blossom, slice of new potato, which measured 6*4 Inches when cut. This is no fairy tale, if we are so much farther north than Reed City. It Is all facts. Come up and see. This lias been truly called the ‘garden of the West.’ With fruits and flowers, lakes and streams, fish and fowl, beau tiful rivers, tracts of timber an 1 moun tains. what more does a man want?” Information concerning all parts of Western Canada will be cheerfully giv en by communicating with the agent of the Government of Canada, whose ad vertisement appears elsewhere. A confidence man at the Houston carnival killed two policeman who sought to arrest him, and was in turn slain. CONVINCE YOURSELF that Ely’s Cream Buim deserves all that has hei 11 said of it as a means of quick relief and final cure in obstinate eases of nasal ca tarrh and hay fever. A trial size costs but tcu cents. Full size. 50 cents. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren street, New York. Messrs. Ely Bros. —Please send me one bottle of Cream Italm, family size, i j think it is the lwst medicine for catarrh in the world. Mt. Olive, Ark. .1. M. SC HOLTZ. Messrs. Ely Bros.—l have been afflict ed with catarrh for twenty years. It I made me so weak I thought I had eon sumption. I got one bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and in three days the discharge stopped. It is the best medicine 1 have used for catarrh. FRANK E. KINDI.ESIMKE. Proberta. Cal. The University of Chicago Weekly has 59 members on its staff. Mrs. Winslow - <v> itun sriu'P for children teething soften Mu- u i- , reduce* inflammation bJJuys (Kiiu, curak wm colic. 25c. a bottle. Reports from Canton are that the condition of Mrs. McKinley is re- j gartkd with great anxiety. One of the unfavorable symptoms is her men- , tal condition. She mourns constantly for her husband. No early breakfast is complete without ! Mrs. Austin* fatuous Ktu-kttlu-at cakes. Buy It from your grocer to-day. I A bronze tablet now marks the j spot where the body of the late Prcsi i dent McKinley lay In state In the j lower corridor of the Buffalo city hall. I Mrs. Austin’s famous cereals have the largest sale of any similar goods. Try them and you will understand why. Agitation has been started In north ern Idaho in favor of opening the Coeur d’Alene Indian reservation. This resrevation contains 500,000 acres. 1 do not believe Plo’ Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs anil colds.— Jonv F. Borzx, Trinity Springs, bid., Feb. 15, 1900. Free NOV, 30™ 4. ■s s fir or -ML; I ilk I iitillj*-* — .dm. fiVSSCfiPOUCH fv* *LVS TOBACCO. s'*' ' t 60 TASS. nut ?. c rrJ> Hj; - -SR CJJSS) rcunrAiN fi£A too tabs. - % MATCH (Hoy \~ ^ * il|S myjP Wscuu. V % ancs. President J. J. Hill of the Great Northern resigned from directorate of the Northern Pacific. ELY'S LIQUID CREAM HALM is prepared for sufferers from nasal catarrh I who are used to an atonii/.-T in spraying ' the diseased membranes. All the healing ! and soothing properties of (’ream Halm ; are retained in the new preparation. It ! does not dry up the secretions. Price, in- I eluding spraying tube, 75 eta. At driig : gists' or Ely Bros., 50 Warren street, ; New York, mail it. i j Mohs pillaged shops and attacked j roldiers at Cadis, Spain. Buy and Try' a Box Tonight While you think of it, go buy and try a box of Cascarets Candy Ca thartic, ideal laxative, tonight. You’ll never regret it. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. Three were killed on each side in a fight between German and Indian troops at Tientsin, China. FROM STA R HORSE SHOE" “SPEARHEAD STANDARD - u n T ** PIPER HEIDSIECK BOOTJACK "DRUMMOND" NATURAL LEAF “OLD PEACHxHONEY” NOBBY SPUN ROLL’ Jolly tar” E.RICE.6REEHVILLE “6RANGERTWIST 2 Grahgch Twist Tags being ei,ue/ to one of others mentioned. ■■ .. ■ “Good Luck," “Cross Bow," “Old Honesty,” “Master Workman," “Sickle," “Brandywine," “Planet," “Neptune," “Razor," “Tennessee Cross Tie,” •• Ole Varginy.” a TAOS MAY BE ASSORTED IN SECURINO PRESENTS. Our new'illustrated CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS FOR 1902 will include many articles not shown here. It will contain the most attractive List ol 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 Ist, 1902.) Our offer of Presents for Tags will expire Nov. 30th, 1902. CONTINENTAL TOBACCO COMPANY. Write your name and address plainly on outside of packages Containing Tags, and send them and requests (or Presents to C. Hy. BROWN, 42+1 Folsom Ave., St. Louis, Mo. WHHr.m K. Bowers, a former assem blyman and democratic politician, died at Phillipshurg, N. J., aged 76 years. How's This! I We otter One Hun trd Dollars Howard for any <as of Catarrh tiist cannot ts, cured by I Hall's Catarrh Cure. K. J.CII, d;V & CO,, Projs. Toledo, O. We the mute; Igii'- I have kjri'ui i-', .1. Cheney for the last I , year,, and believe him iwrfeetly honoiable in all fsi- ine.v trail actions and linan dally abl, to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West SiTistax. Whole .ale Druggist-, Tnte-10.0. Wai.iuh,;. kissvx Si Mauvix, Wholesale Druggist.. Tele .. O. HaU's < aland ( lire I- taken Internally, aetlng directly ii | e>i, ti.e blood and uiii<-oiu surfaces of the system. J'ri <- J.v. per Is,tile. bold by all Drog-'i- ts Testimonial- free Hall’s Family Pills are the best. The nomination of John C. Ames for United Btates marshal for the north ern district of Illinois was sent to the senate. S Each package of PUTNAM FADE- I LESS DYE colors either Slik. Wool or 1 Cotton perfectly at one boiling. At Dannemora prison, New York, are 257 cases of incipient tuberculosis. JUSTTHINKOFIT *-v*ry farmer hit own landlord, no Incum mt \ iViiofC R brain iM.IiU hank Hu<vunt K."' /j iucreasiiur y*ar byy*ar, w I <J v!u‘ incrc i Injr, 1* .■ /|t" r did climate, *-x<: iiput j; t jjq 'bools and < hurches, dWMBi lew taxation, hiich price* for <‘ahlm itml yruln. ow railway rates, sn<J every I*>**b e ufMiifort This i tin? condition of the farmer in Western Canada, Province of M.nitobi and districts <>f ,\ ftsskat'dicwan and Alliertu. 'I h'.n-unds of Aineri*fn are now x* tiled y& re Reduced rates on u l nilwnYu for hoine- awl settler* New dintrkti arc Iwimt Opened up thl-year. Th* new |j-pinr<* At If* of Wr j*ru* amida sent free to aII applicant*. Apply to K IVd'ey, Suut. of I ft) mi ration, Ottawa. * an., or liolldi Mil* : wokw, Wit., Afcent for a<r erumerit of • I. I Mi 1 watkN# %% • h’ninn A\\i P . ASTHMA-HAY FEVER n A CURED BY teftWE lb FREE TRIAL BOTTLE, Aowttss DR.TAFT. 79 El3o’-" ST.. NY. CITY. -a ■ ■' * ■' —■ —■■ —■ ■—— ".Tr.~iTlmpioi’iEjß Water 1902. Sit. )*|L O’ l . ulu.fl MM. jj , mm. *rrf fe' . ~P Ourre.mnn „.... J,.r A.lfir ' TAfit MCASUfiI k\so£ter t>COTAS- C K* l W*TC*. * \ J |S| dfifei PH 00 cA * r L /lei 1 '■Jfi S'XttCH. ti O Ml j, anotcaas I 111 I LI (A HtXAMOMIT j/\ j I r' M MAnatt*. , 1 f,,r _* , .a 1 y rASif&r - *'■' TsTaos O rs taos J] Capsicum Vaseline Put Up In Collapt.ible Tubes. A BubvUtuto for and Hupcrlor to Miutard or any other plant' r, and will not Ulster the moitt <|<;iicat •kin. The pain allaying ami eurullve qunlltiea of this artlcla are wonderful. It will stop tin- (••ntti a< h at once, and relieve headache and •Uatica. We rerromno'tul It as the i safest external counter-irritant kn wii, also as an extr rnal reme dy for paint In the client an i st iiuwh nud all rheumatic, neuralgic ami polity ivunpluinU. A trial will prove what we claim for it, and it Will be found to Ik* tiiviiluuhte lu the Ih*uv held. Many people say “It is the M-*t of a I your prepa rations,*' price i§ cents, at all druj*i/i*t, or other dealers, or by seudinK this amount to n* hi laistaif l-.iups we will send you a tulr*' by malt Ko article should be accepted by the public 'n less the sikiue carries our label, as otherwhe it is not Knulue. CHEESEHROI!(iIi MANUFACTURINO CO., 17 Stele Strut, *rw Ycrk City. 25 CTS PiSO’S CURE FOR AU [Lit FAILS. < uugl, Hyrup. Tmm Good. Ow tn tlfn,. Hold by dnimcteu. CONSUMPTION I WIB PUB UNION 25—61 25 CTS