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A CURIOUS BOAT.
1 FIELDS OF ADVENTURE. b" ! pJi pcueiratinp xae uiick mac. i.ne Dear frwrels on Land, Water, Ice, on! . THRILI tKft lunnrwK iMn nioiwr.! c;.- ..i. , .. - take rt r..:it rToni the folio .a; A euiiou boat, which rcs e-r-n.idy I Beill rmuon t-a reei, Kuocj-ang mm urlj on land, water. Sen. and snow . ho i been rt-im-d by Mr. Rasrnuv A r.rp r jo. 'ilif machine was origiKiily in vontl for Arr-tie exploration, as w Kub KtltutM for Uatsaud ?Ygs, but tit; :io N- built iiK a liftt and a ya-.M ar.d iK'ian MrariK-r. This boat. It bs , '1"3, jafd. f!i;.r.ot sink or enpsize ural'1- aav eon. prion, at.d it n;i 1- jro;.eb d by the hauls or f-"t. As a life?,..;.: 5: v.i,u' ! U- ver pro'd i-;. : it eotdd ' i:tir 1, .'. from dry-land, ami also i-:n nj) (.!, aay U-rif.h without injury. .t- - Word. habit of otag le-nz words when visiting people may little story: An old -woman whose husband no rrrr Troll Ffnt for toe ooetor, arrse ai;d srrv tie old tvife: DEEDS ON LAND AND SEA. senseless. Hart in the meanwhile had j thrown another cartridge into the gun j sirurk i , i,,, m.i.'. ll.lThrlliii.. , ! -I Win ra- mlicln wMeh f rmn iia n ie-rririe unicaiitrf "";. xut; ou .- it uani uiui' . Aviths UrirrU ?nf to Ho.vt. and a i;-ar I ened. and made the best of their oppor- entl.n, a dead man can 1 tumty to get away as fast as they could ; - move " ,f,'in2 intocainptiievgoteifrntorten 'i : - 1 . 'tI,:. ,I(,Jtk..r wa, IK Char!e Jl! i fellow workmen and went baTk . r;; 7 S!f,h-. a tnend... of Ihe Third-Medical J' the bear, which, after several ;;:t.. liviviun n IVlb-vu, Iloutal. ' A ; -ur, of hard work, they succeeded m ; ; ;; ; 1 roM,. v,,.,, . ,l,t,,r. , ..Jc.,rt,,r,,bl'nni:ni21nto camp. The bear was an 1 - ' s " " Walter Baker & Co. s Breakfast COCOA Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. Costs Less than OX E CI-XT a cup. :t the package Vars our Tra;'.,- " .1. ' T npor, the v-rarhi to di.tis the hi.-i- oi" maiP- anawiqiiea pounm.xva-d.-iits an.Miapi-ain -fthe day in th- ' hve fePt mches from tip to tip, and ltr iuMitntr f.,r it U m vil'a. in it- . -tnTMinq on its nm-i ieet wa.- -e!f, with ii rtvora-- of Iil0r than a (,v,'r si" f,'f't hih; tli"M-;:o irtV.-!its in the vnrM ' wnt and iid to th :n th- h;---- y'ur.- air','T lr. S:;i l' I hit I tl:- i-v-'t Jrilit of v. :i r:: Mi.'.l 'lp-on special .; )b ,,e ,,r Anatomy in Have yoti a recumbent o.sition t lend me to take h:olicine in?" he- iiu:'"1. wL-t wa j-jually jls i A HA.V!Y JlOAT. " I -.a r-'htp It ' iiii t. i-i.n " , it h ti Mnali'-.-t. t : be t.ik'-Ji oJT nii'1 easily r.-tix.d. A S-.vi: s faru cr in Ohi. I'enrt'i'-. d;'--;:nM'd at LIk failure to hu-;-,;i n Tint, i-omury. Milr) ro a frl ! i! thiit if h1 h;l .Tlfio h- wouM rctiirn to ti c '; a !.! i ( r,r fo!l'i I : lice n to vi-i f r-. j jj -:it 1 v in 4 ! 1 Ctd 0.-,-;i ill:- 01 - , m: !.:- .;. O.: ! li" nl t; ail t t i:il'. ' bi t -i- )i -j it in o ! -1 i i In th 'I1 of ;i nake. 7dra. Hertha Havman. :i vount lad'j I : from Cirieintiati, who wa4" visiting rel- ! "i had or.f-.- but to t ativs in I'ortsnioiith. .Ohio, ha I a I have lutt iV tluiliin adventure with a inouwtei ! - - hi wmaTi. replil: b!a"v snake yo.;iiirer sitr-r,' 1 iit'Ve'.e vi 1 e ii Arfomvaviied ltv a 'lit- v.';t-i eniovinu a the west side of One on tin Doctor. A yv"h the j a 'rorI story 1! e ' i i ';!i;t- l .o k. The f t i j 1. h ot i:-r's wifo s-ail t 1 : .' ! i : r i f - J i t he. 'mi nev 'f . n ! i; . .'i Pi ; i. i ! h .'. : . ' 1 : ?( w'i...!- t'.:;i-by : r- -i!e! . Th. 'l'.l p. i rt i 'is ir ;i'i tie '.. b ! his i-Iit erel ; .1 di---:i!!f ?-oo.ii jiit after 12 o'i''i.-k. A dim li'h w,;s burning in t'i" to )in, a id T pei-re 1 throU'u the Jl'.o ijl I ii (tii'.'d that t he body of a man i l a eorncr. near a side r;om, where' I Morked, '.vie uaeowred. Tiiis struck i..e ii - od l. ti;- tit' bodies '.v-!e always i- .vered. A I ahaie-eil I saw that th-- man's ie-a i was partly law- 1 ;:nd that h:- 1 l.r:if ;i;ni as -t' i.-l.- t at ir-'hr a n:! Hi'.--;! I i . i - i .t . f ill a - t ' HI I o' -i-n, a i . i h r ' j '1 j - I"s : -a I. ! I. A:: : ' 1 1' ; i-.:; :: -li'l .vho want'-- j i'i" a ha a M-'-r'-iii .-; :: ;. w i; ' i', ho I. a 1 i v.-; r h ! rm 1 1 . -iiK rt oi; ; i i !.; ; 'i v-1 ' I t .'SI -1 i f j .,; :. ! 1 he iiurchasi tU.-he I. true!, i i. II to t an-1 .' a 1.1" Ii tOV 1 al'liroarae i teit"d to tiie side t i.e lo-t lno.'i'.t-lit t haf o a - s ; t i m: p - - a ,-. h ; -h.-i 1 -t-i m 1 . t i i a it- i ij.it a' in. the h.-a 1 wiiich th- corpse 1 r perliaps a l '. i i 'A' ill ' I ".V i ! . o I' (l.l t 'p oi ,n i;e ar; r a ni -:; ei ; m ! " I v ork'-i! (,:T ib.- v Ma1'' that tlir liorrbl 'llrutf:, 7 lie vim ;:; citt .1 to w rh Id:- le- . h'": 1 I0-", rr'.'-l o:i. lb' ! '.''nrt snpjo- A.Tr r-.rt A. i. i worl-. l':.rl i'ii',iiL'b r't f la", l.;!n't 30:1 -'. i.iii-i :ia'':: .'. u rna 1. 1 1 i lira vcr y. Mr--. I'.! hikiy - .John, tb-ar. o;i"r ron ,1 , . -i,.! ! -.. Ma';. V Von Know how a i raid la.i. oi ?': M ; M'.':ih, 1 ' y.i inly. No servant ai. .. a S. -M-- 1 .. k. lift!'- whib- ;iT o-i-r Mary, a'a-m: Mr,. Hlit.kiy lias fished :u- f- iel! yen t.iuit sh wants to ou after 1 haw joae to tie- .;he-. i'-rokh 11 Life. I"nv W-i.v to I'ccnr. What I want i- to achiee fame nt n siu::le ImiiiihI." . Then uro to Cuba and lose" yours-- f." '"h vehind l'lain Dealer. 1 !.t 1 i i,itlni: Irritatin-j ' 1 '. - :-f-4 'I .'--..f Ki-z.Misa met Otte-r skin '" 1 ' "' '!-'''!! ail"M(;-(ii '). u h ' ' '' . : t--f -i e..x ..f T'-ttei I i.' '" ' ' ,' ' ! ' ,-, ts iit s-.-.aij-- ' ' xa -s-i v, .1 :,.-4li. (ei. had piar,-d a bha-k un !-i- Ills ri-jdit arm had upon u board, which Ii :ifni ( :inm.t tlr Cured y training m t'o- j- t-s-ion hit i y jrre;tar-'d m- b-r ;i thin 1 i k -I soon iviveri-d from iny a-doii- t a mine. I the lod . I iound t : 1 . 1 1 the snpb-uts, to t'aei 1 it a t . t .it. ue-ii w.i-k. !i:t 1 piar,-.l a oloek un i !: 1, .an - ii'-a be.-li ' t e'e !ei , v,ae- support -d by an Uriht pie-- iA seant iin'.;- ri-stino upon a plank joi; the lloo! . j "In approa -liiiui; the table f had un wittingly stepped upon the - plank. That s),ook oat the support for the arm. The disturbance ,,f itse jui'ile rium eau-ed it to rise, then. Iodine; its balance, to turn over com pb tei v. In iaiiin.r ine rmnt iirm. which was. i course, s.i'1. suiiii',' over and cau-Mit me unaw ares. Scioto. Near Tnion MilN they di-coveit-d the snake, evidently charming , a robin, anti they decided to re?c:;e 1 th bird and kill the snake. Seizin;; a sti -k, Mrs. Hayman ran to the scene ; and struck the serpent. In her hurry she failed to secure a strong stick, ', and the one she had being partially ! rotten, broke in two. The snake relented the intrusion, and attacked the 3'oung ladies. After i several attempts it succeeded h: throw : nz its -oils around Mrs. Haymaa's ' limbs and drew her to the e-routid. With rare pia-s -nee of mind she seized it l.t- tlw. 1-...-L- .1T11I t- vert i 11 ir u I her strength, she stretched the snake out . 1 i .1 1 : .1 .. .,,1.1 ! on Hie Lrrouno, so unu iit'i seiri couui crush its head with a heavy stone. As soon as the serpent's coils re hte Mrs. Hayman fainted, but re vived in a few moments. Her limbs, which v. i-r,- encircled by the reptile's known physician te-lis h:n:s.ef ne had just -I L;i v a :;. and not feeling: well bac 1 . ci lib i .It home we eiidered black ami hiu die wan able to ride her wheel a distance of eiirht miles. Ti:- .1 .. , . .f . 1. K! and was six feet four inches bci naKewas 01 me nine racei species. I ilil- I'or Life Wit f 1 a Suie.d lih. 1 liichard Wilson, of Kli.abethport . ' N. J.,' fouirht for ten minutes on a re cent" Saturday evening with a monster. I sword.'ish that attacked him while he was swimming in the Raritaii Uiver. ' Wilson had been for some minutes in the water and was crossing- the stream ' leisurely when something' shot past j hi- bo ly. The next instant the blade ; of a swordiish pierced his right ankle. d'he weaj ton of the angered hsh passed , rhrougti the llesh and protruded irom the other s'nle. With a cry of agony ! the young man clutched at the writh- ing creature, but every movement 111 - t lbs tr'rip at the hotel azid starte.1 cut fv;r a stroll alxaut nine o'chn-k. wearing his travel Hug caj, and with his coat well burtonel up. In the shadow stood a raed nian. "Lock here, mister,"- said he, "I haven't had anything to eat to -night. Can't you help a fellow?" "Strange." replied the doctor, clap ping him on the shoulder. 'I havem't had a moi-sel either, and do not know where I will get my supper." The tone of hrs voice had such a Iathetic rin that the ragged man wan touched. "ClKer up, old fellow," he said; ".srtck to me and I will attend to it Uiat you j get a good .square meal." The physician was now touched, and Invited hi new-made friend into the best restaurant in town where the two sat down together and ate a lin kuuter. 1 r GET THE CEX11XE ARTICLE! 2 STV Walter Baker & Co. Limited. ustablithed l'SO.'i . r .. TSrU.t. M 1 miini jinn f t villi 'a- r'-r yvkmv.iT uu : i"rn til-- ts! v-tT-,t 1 s. 1 v x l'lOdKKKKl'INi;. . , lt a.irft:it-t1. Thiri:. 1 -- f-maily Mi'.l-tjt ? t t -' v; i-iu:;t'.tc-rotne ; .. -. -- f 1 w-thir; t I.:;.'- r?-.-'ttr ', . -throw iiwiv t,:!.r rv ;-li.i; j.,-;. ;t C , 1!KT. Wtf a'.whv - .., .ittfli-l.-tn-'O w li- o- '', - lhtrl?-t. StS.'V .m ,,. "... ,,(., ; ., . ln-ie i- e,-i.if ti .1 ,.r sa nevr etita:n tH.itei-j f-.r t'--;r !'" r tirst m?irm.-it:..n of ;. - St'Utk:rH5h-r. '1tk or 1 .-.;-h t VTr Kilt 1 n! I v- C v.r.a it -- . ... to busmen houses without charce. Refer t !UaV.Vrs Mert ha'-c-l k- -i m,almot every county in the Unitel Sinu s. Thousand-, of t.--!itn.,ta-c. ,b. ciits enter au time. No vacation. KM-et)"-! uxnirrate. Wnu- tor e-.r If ou are ekin rmplotmrnt and wtlliiui 10 ciui), rnd tea itto.rriu : fay Ir-tsono (bv mail) in 1.HI.IFIKI SlIOUTII.M. Address emention this pair, C-. V, tiAlNKS, PrevMrr.t. Peuca". such choo rarely r 5 REWARD the K;u-- lor Life Willi a liuiii;iii A .lasp r . l'la. i dispatch to Cineinnati Ihiuuirer savs: Hud HiLi-vev ! iidded to the terrible pain 'and a farmer living ab..ut"teii miles out in i ''fsed the llow of blood, which rap- 1 . as ui" cannot r a. a the ! 1 - .-nr. 'He-re is nhh me' 1 ' ; -s-., and that is i i oiis(.;p. I if te s- is r;m-..ii l,y ,i i,- "1 "I in.- iiiiii-.iiis 1 i a i r: (. i In- W this :. ,1 " ' -.a a- ai m-- o -n nd i .r ni a.-v- at-n if i ,. .tin v .. , a : ., ml iinh-ss t lie int'.ain o a iut .itid the; lull-- rv ! ' aile.ion. li- arin- w ill 1,.- Soif c.lf"s ,,;!t ,,f f,.i , .... . -ai.irrh. : hi. !i i , in.thiliL: le,t a i 111- nl-,!.i,.i ( f (u. ,,,!,.,,., s'lr'.'i.-.-s. li.Oi. (it.. 11.... i i i. ii .la-x i! hv catarr!) i that aa Ihol's t atsirrli l urr. n l o e. !i" . I a i , i a . ''CO -. .!!.'. in ! ... ; , a, if. ..... ,,, ml lnr i r. II. -on. Ii.-' ll .i it,. I c. ! I I. III. l! - O.i . e ' llll" U'.m. a i - i.r I .- it ii. a I..- , rc-i (. ! I I1KVKV - Co 'M ! I inii:"st.. 7'n- lUh's Kaiia! Tuh-d... o. II V 1 'iiK .ire the best. "- -ni. ',,r ' .iisuiupt i-oi i., th in o.'! ; ni, ti. e. Dr. (.. W f ri n; r. M u la. Nov. :., p'.4. FOs r-rnmnctitly rtirrd. N fit.- or r.erv n-t.e-s ..t,-r hrM ila iw o!' Ir. Khtie's i . rervt Nov.- K -t.irer. JtriHl h.-tth- ni.d t ..it i-i free "ii. ib 11. KuiMi. bul .iiol An-h .t.,Pi.iU.,Pa. If n 't! 1 with ion' iytH im Dr. I. Thomr-M,,:- ''x w.-itT Iruir.cts -ell at 25e. a b ttU THE CHIEF THING III Vi oo.Oi.n.ii.i Ciovxi Health e I'ur, lu.-h, Ni-uriohmj IMoocl. bi i -arri's nourishment an 1 furn- ; rt for the organs, norrw an 1 It mast h. made rich and ptir h od have str nt: nerves, od 'ti. so.jnd -lee;., or it you Would t 'that tired f"ehnK-. those dis i ia.l.s. .".e.."!r.:i, or serofala. ts'a. s if y i dhT' t! t-e rid ugr No n .sii.niv is equal te HoM's Sarsapa rtii.i f r ( urb'viro; th Mood. It is a md s ire- of i.r,.n,,(n, rrent rvnd will d- vou worulerfn! i;.vi. Try it now. Hood's Pills xlli Five C nts wail buy a ten -or. p.n ki e . ! H.-e ( ake s,,,5;i an, an tiff ant ; dated tea spsi. sk , .. C.gaU-r for u. If 1, hadn't rot ;t. dr. v. : card and we w. ; s. e thftt y,.u i;c ,t. Roanoke Chemical Company, ROANOKE. VA. idly0 discolored the water. Several times Wilson was drawn under water, but each time returned, fighting bravely to dislodge his assailant. Wilson's cries and struggles at tracted some men who were on the shore. They went to his assistance, and, with oars and boathooks, waa- i 'aged to drive the hsh ol'i', but not be j fort" it had indicted several other , wounds on Wilson's leg as he strug j gled to release himself. As soon as I he was taken to the boat lie fainted big Turkey Hammock section, started for town Monday in the midst of a driving rain. Soon the wind increased to a terriiie storm, the rain coming down in sheets and the wind almost throwing the buggy over. Coming to a deserted house, he stopped, as if to go in. Suddenly a terrific roar w as heard behind him. Looking" hack he saw a dense bhe-k chu 1 hovering over the ground, reaching to the tops oi the trees. He eouhl see bio, tall pilleS falling in every direction and splinter ing across each other, while the n ais,- i f-om loss of blood, was nopaliing. ... ' . ... . . , iiiii; saveu nun i - roiu Drowning IT was rusning rapidly in Ins direc tion, and. 'seeing his peril he whipped up Ins horse. Ine latter, a thorough bred, took the bit in his teeth and started on a b-a 1 run up the road. Nearer and nearer came the hurricane, iind he could hear the noi--.. ,,f falling trees a few rods Nek of b.iei, the frantic rlhuds of his hois,, baielv keeping him in front of the terriiie whirlwind. Suddenly he felt an upward (wist of his buggy, and to his horror realized that he was ridinrin midair, as it w ere, the rear end of the bugay beitrg lifted up over a foot from the ground. Fran tically he plied the whip, and for a tew s,.,-..u-b the lil-e betWeee'a him l ighting Fires in Winter Weather. To stand upon the peak of a ladder at perhaps the third or fourth story of a building, directing the stream of water af the blazing interior, while' the thermometer, is at .about its lowest point, Is ivt a comfortable task. Per haps another stream is playing- over your head, and you stand in an ley spray. Icicles hang from every point of your tire-hat, and the rubber coat Is frozt-n to your back; and the water that is failing about you .freezes a.s fast as it falls. Every movement upon the lad der is fraught with danger; for it is so e'ucrusii d with ice that it is almost im-j'KfSs'bh- to get a solid foothold, aftid a misstep would hurl you to the ground, forty feet In-low.- St. Nieholas. Deep-rate Wacer. "If you haven't been takin'- a bath I'll eat my hat'." declared Mr. Weary Wat kins. "Guess 1'U have to ownup," absented Mr. Dismal Dawson. "Whut d'ye mean by it?" "Elecrtktti hot; thiat's all." Indianapo lis Journal. The New York rres says that "kip. Ing is love's WorceRterBhare sauce." Very little of it should be used at a time. . . P&iga f "M ! Bill lT 1 9iC-; ill ' H,,IIM B I T -HN I , i ! i r? ' v r mm "Out ot sight" Of folt!!Vs'oNIi-NCK IWITF.P. (ill Itiiiiiiiiion iron A. Nail Vli. II i linoiol . n PON'S PEPSIN- Chill Tonic TASTELESS AND GUARANTEED TO CURE -' r t r- ' . . ' EXTRA ! SMOKING TQB t Mal from the lT!ryt, K!; r- r : - I T it r ' " n iii ni" " ii. i" i ftrrtt IiHk K'trt it; it ni h r ALL FOR io CIMS. A rieasar.t. Cool and Dr'ihtful s.ai LVON A. CO. tCMCWORHl, Do 4 W W -JJJrf CHILLS & FEVER. W. A. Mcbarty V Snn, Iiine Hex, .Texas i-ay: w ant setne nmre of UHiitwnN Pep- -inChill Tonic, as it istlie best we ever bun died. .My son prescribe it in his pnictire an 1 s i s it is" the -only Chdl Tonie which even a hi'd cantnke withncj gajurv to the stoina-h. Vmi inav send me 1 rnss of the I lanionV Pepsin Chill Tonie and b i'ross of Itamoa's Tonic Liver Pills." I'or Sale by" All Dealers. I'liF.i'.uir.i) hv Bt?OWN MF'O. CO., GREtNEVl LIE. TtNN. a 5 Saw 1 IV1 i laght and Heavy, and vnj t CHKAi'K- I ASP I ' ; PUr"ast cmtv dnv ; w -r.. i- ' a a Lombard Iron Vorr and Supply Go,, AU(il SI A, (itUhblA. Vie? ?V itnMd e ii,i 2Vii;ew?j i?O.T"' y i - . Ill I It". Ill ie a I l 'a ho;' se aih w as a t.-rritic one lid V. It'll terror, sped o:: TI .......J....1 .1 i . I .7 iiiu won in e ur niosi -pc. 1 1 . t a e hae '"V ''ar.-"iiii..' from side to side, rnnnin..'' : only on the tw front . w he.-ls. ,..id it was ;i'. that he on Id do to keep from beitie dashed ell r the sjije. Sud.-leii-Iv he I'ci til bllg.,'v settb" dc v. 11 into' t!u- ro t l a -4 tin. and he knew he was -:''' i i ke Se i s,- t-an yA ;l nii'e be- tore l..e could be -pulled ;iip.' Look in -r bicka Harvey saw that the roaiwav he had just pas-ed over was so thickly -trewu wph fadeu trees that he eoubl have walked a mile on the trunks w ith oui touching th-' gro.un 1. d'he whirlwiml ha-1 cea-ed as sud denly as it came. For a di-tanee of four miles and a e.uarter in width tb. 'm-!ete. the terrible a u.-at ! v . ut oat ii thick o'.'es' a.;, th-. e i " I e;-. ,-. n ! . i .--e,.!; f the !it:.n.-t b-tra.- destru di n w a- iu la t r a s a a i rh. itiaa HE CHARLOTTE K It Medical X Su rglcol institute, e PRIVATE HOSPITAL. iiviu.ni n- , o 3IO Tr 3-iSffi52S ii25S2525252S2S2MS25ES25SSE2 A 183 mis ei itict lei siaeo ""' ! lid .i:t .r i;r-.re lulu! " UR a BLOCK Pi Pa. liai W e!it Mou: I I'0 .Hl'l il I'.i i an : lie:,- v .pb'Ved fit tie- 'i :.. aV Mari.b- ( str'oli. s,v- t- w s, kecld-. -'.tig they :;. cd I'iley i . i a. 1. 1 a i. i. ::e :v. t e lb, Lester ' oorhees, seven years old, an 1 living in New Brunswick, X. .)., '.i',e saved from drowning by his dog. With other boys, Lester was standing aiong'side the bank of the llaritau Kiv.-r, and was throwing blocks oi wood into the stream. Lach was try ing to outdo the other. Lester threw with su Ii force that he lost his bal ance and fell into the riverb which was running swiftly. His companions were unable to swim, and could not help him. d'he dog plunged into the river, and. seizing the clothing of the child in his teeth, swam to the shore, holding the boy's head above water. Two men arrived as the dog reached the hank and helped the boy and dog to the shore. -New York Tribune. ritiloiy; u Kattlenake. Bernard Sharkey, ow ner of the Cop per Onee'i Mine, near Salmon, Idaho, has had an' encounter with a rattle snake, which.- for sensational features, has. seldom been equaled in a contest with a reptile. dr. Sharkey was pass, ing abmg a n. ci-iiain trail. 'The foot ing was uncertain and he was holding to the Juplics, grass, etc.. on the up per side of the. trail with one hand, intent upon wio-re he was stepping, he did not notice he had aroused a snake, and had no w arning of impeml I ing danger until the rattler darted its t angs into his hand. The shock caused Mr. Sharkey to lose his footing and sliji from the trail, and he rolled down the ide of the mountain for eonsid- distau.-e. a.ke did not release Ids hold, pte-l to eo-i itself around Mr, s arm during the descant, his t..,.t. Mr. -Sharl-o-y at o saakc the reptile bt:t laap bee. He th. drew a and dj. d it. 1 i- siiaKe i:- clutch on his hand, but UCKSNCHAM'S DYE For the Whiskers, Mustache, and Eyebrows. If In one preparat'On. Easy to. ... "si apply a: ma mo omen's t ' a or favorite, Dec a; Colors brov. n Gent! satisf actory. Ua:.I. v (' .. T'' ;- ;-r. .Nashua. H. Fi i -i'sdiUlBilrtU, i manm ARKANSAS LADIES DON'T LIK. Malvern, Ark., b.'ivs: Ilavo used lr. M. A.himmona Livrr Medicine K years. and find It a great deal tetter than "adha'a KoguUitor" en-1 "Black liruuht." It has been of prcfit t encfit to my IlaMjrh-te-r and Niwedurlntf their laonthly troubles for Ob Mnirtcrt Stenatrutttlon. There pheubl to uo Loiao without it. i erab d'he s but atte: - a. an; i v i.iining e: .,.., 1 1 ! :- i aim again . i ' ' . : : - . . t W ir.ed it s,- a a.ud su rs teeth H 1-hag SUFFERIHC EN SILEKCE. ornrn are the real heroes of tlra rorld. Thousands oa thousands of thcra endure th dragging torture oi the ills peculiar to womaaliind in the silence of home. They suffer on and on weeks, mouths, years. The story of weakness and torture is written in the drawn features, its the sallow skin, in the list less eyes, iu the hues of care and worry on the face. j Inborn modest v seals their lips. They j prefer pcin to humiliation. Custom has J r. .:- i: -: :n t.:e expos ti. : and '- - : tr- ..t::c Take ten aep of an 1 in r. ir c-f lli'-tn " ii u::s.:c; -arv. Thee ure of exannna- J rat." I trade wakrreV j I . -il treatment" j -a :;. re -a sou wiiv I s. N r. N :HM H'l-iiiaad; h.-, V?" Hat nit; , . ep. l!ut-, ,.l. I'jc i s-.,. w ,1 ltaae- ia-.t-.- t i'i; a s:r V' !.(! W $ - ; latter en-: ti- . b till a k i . - be.o ! t J his h n Sntt, I' a- 1 e V hng :it-M l w th'. f ab -ut hi- ho v. won otter :i Ivan- j. fu'.iv h.a!:n,.str I the ce-iis . .f the j j g i nti U e .-e c v t nc-:e-.t. icns;tivc women should mit to :t. 5lt-i:LItKi:'S The Turn Of Vf. - The cessation ot tl-e inens n??auyVi Ctir.s between the a:e of forty and fifty. Great irregularity tafce.splac in the periodic discharges for some time beior th final cessation, the female nsually experiencing Fadden Hashes of heat, fullnefts in the head, headache and other evidences of constitu tional disturbance. The nervous system Byrnpathcticallyrespords.andther is (Treat irritability and melancholy, the patient ii di-couraged and has abcaaeof tullneaaor fcuflocation. At no time in her life does a woman need more Constant care and watchful tender ness, norfcas more need for a remedy to invigorate and etrcnjrthcn Lr. The bowels f hould be kept rrfrular with Ir. M. A. Sim moniLiffr Meiieine,and if Dr.SlmDoni Bquaw Vine Wine is usdduriiiB the wholo cf thi.-irntieal persol, it will invigorate and enrich her blood, foothe and streh'utben her nerves and thus relievo the snfiertnir and enable her to paa e afly thronh the dan cers, prolong her bfr and afford hCT SHePgUj 6d Joy ia Lcr declining yeanj. Pino Bluff, Ark writes: Dr. 31. A. Simmon a Liver Medlcino has been afiod send to myself and family for 20 years. It cores Chills mnd J'evtra, Billons Fev ers, Sick Fleadarhe. I think there is no corapart- &on between It and "!i!acl: IDranrhr and "ZeiUa's Liver I.egrulator." - Fullneit of Blood in Held. . Where ttere is rreat detcm:ir.atioa of tlool to the head, ths bloo4-Tel of the tra;n heroine pratlT tvinyeeted. a&dlhenj ei;-ts Unshed irrddineaa, esprlaby on UOpinr. and ttrot-.f-sn? j-a;n in the h-ad. increased ty xr.of'Jicent. It taay l; catisef by hv.sg tdo freely ". too Lute nsinit In ta 7rrorttny,coLabice'l w'tli au iunrUTr lif?. 'Menstrual deraa'enierU in female will 'ften f"":oa it. Ir. SSmmon Squiw Vina "Wine ia especially tile for iLis, a&l il crei. l,i W , ' Ms 1. i I per i-all- i , ; - siiia.-. "I nn' t r. .-3 j xvia. i 1 r. -d i- -' ti it. Ii i" I" .'Civ ni.' .nr. -n- i a. "-. lii- . oa s..),.'if l- s- ( r mi' i i i a n a: . . .. .j.a. rlrj- a 1 i- ; ar'n r 1; no: .1. V I.O I i-flH II. - - - jipr OSBORNE'8 uato. . a-t. b-ite,- V ... . ' L I 1 - . CHICK NES EAR W 1 At.' 1 1 ; !-, (.. - l.jr .. I. .-1 ir t' a . e YOU WANT THEM TO PAY TM'i ' OWN WAY 'Tn if y i i i,,'-n-'. . ( ' '.rr (ii ! '; . -..I..-T1 iw .. . i - "H : ti .- ... . , .- . t i .' a ; . j ' i a ... . ' t.t " 1 ' a i la - I.;... a -. - r .". r., ;i - ' - i..i-.)!,-- -:n 1 T .i . ' .'.' ', '.'i "- ;' '' L ' ! tr.a ; -'i- 1- f " poibt in. t ;. fiu ri.t. e : " ' V.n i''.ul'rjr i'r " '' tuw lr tMU lr It. 'I Si. -f . '- It tU bOW tO il',fr : ! -- a-l ;.,rfuen,-, -. t,rsAilig puf ,'' - 1 " - , StKUt'l r,o in. &' a..,ie ' ' a poatpaM i' iw:ar n -- ; - -Book Publlshiru- House 111 Lt1Ak tm li I N Y- OK QBfltiSlffll.' v.i.ii;i: a io i. t N. H . 1 f.i' s ( . I h.l JOBBERS OF TOYS. W"ll 2f PAR?"? ROBERT E. LEE. i OLD TARIFF P1CLS it ex-rts a wonder- nd ?c.dH- f wonun- .1 s , ut : a . '-r- , :i i. eld. ,.d - be s. .:. a. - At ta-- tie i! e'l six' Ma; -! i.a. : ee ie. i .5 . . I. at. -i .-d a-.-. ,v i a. 1 1 1 '- -T - MX i- ' a s s:i!- ar-i.-d to 1 j h:ad. I V." . ? ; j-T.it".- : C TV ,:;s ' a . .. a in: late- t 1 1 . hiir itizr. n j.m. fcw- A gft! s. ;" tv k rw r-a-i -ft-ru- ki. xxmtj ? '-- .-r I,1 :.i frieUw ' 'olnd t'ii. j v- t i. :'':lble ;r, 'A'- .'.'.ri,. s, irr' -1 dtrin-remer!: f - -r. in the nrivaav o: home --a v :v !r m the eyes of erery body it fi-'-Lt-'curfs. wrxi: or rdh is soia tt !.' r Lotl-. Deatrrs la raetllrir. ftU IL. l ite I :tlt s nsuallj cre llie rst I CG B.hh IT HOME. 4 .; i Dr J k UAjULL A CO. GANGER 1)0 TOO SPECUUTE?,y,'i"'t .'V ,r .. ' a si- r t. r.'t.0.-;' '-; 'U . . 1 .;"" 'T " " j r ft 1 i WATCHMAKER AmD .t'i knife. u 'Uck i. :r.tr" huvbe: I. the I-eOK. i "T p-ih -Lb a-: ....s.; w. llllaDSUMK -i ! A F I -S 's. .ne w. :.. J" J:r e- -'i. t -" "t i ; .r- r, tt -ins a . STRiYrfi'S COLLEGE .r ; ---' w..o: y.-..t.rv. j GENTS WAW:D. X.. 37- ., . . . . Ii iAJcrsvA- (ia pi.i "r--f.-; a.ai"Ni it 1 -- .".oa Er&. N. ''. . J s 1, o