Newspaper Page Text
UNCROWNED ENGLISH QUEENS.
Ko Lobs Than Seven Have Mlstted tli Honor of a Coronation. As a rule, most English queens have been solemnly crowned, whether they reigned in their own right or a3 wives of royal husbands. To this rule, how ever, there are seven exceptions. The .first was Margaret of France, the young, plain, amiable second wife of Edward I. He had spent so much money in conquering Wales and in trying to conquer Scotland that he could not afford the expenses of a coronation for his girl bride, and she had to do without the splendors of the pageant. King Henry VIII took care that Anne Boleyn should be crowned with extreme magnificence. He desired to show the world how much he loved her and how very much he de3ed the bishop of Rome. The four wives who succeeded her were never crowned at all. For one thing, money ran short, and, for an other, there may have lurked, even in his masterful mind, a sense of the "fitness of things," which may have caused him to shrink . from publicly crowning so many ladies in sush very rapid succession. At any rate the beloved Jane Sey mour, the despised Anne of Cleves, the girlish Catherine Howard and the wary Catherine Parr were never con secrated in public as queen-consorts of England. Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I, refused to be crowned. She was young, she was pretty, she was a French princess, and she declined to take part in a state function, which would compel her to partake of the sacrament according to church of England rites. Sophia Dorothea of Zell cannot be reckoned among the seven, because she was never called queen of Eng land at all. While George I was be ing crowned, and annointed, and bored, the lady of Ahlden was pining in her long, monotonous captivity. Caroline of. Brunswick is the last, and most remarkable instance of the uncrowned English queens. Though George IV had been forced from popu lar indignation to give up the bill of pains and penalties against her, noth ing would induce him to let her share his coronation. She was not permitted to be present in Westminster Abbey at all. Repulsed from all the entrances, she returned to her house, to die within three weeks of a violent fever, brought on by months of fearful ex citement. Lady's Pictorial. Industrious Danish Children. The children of Denmark are taught to knit when bt five years old. Even in the public schools this is quite an Institution, although the private schools rsade it an absolute rule, one hour each day being given to that in dustry. The same rule applies in tbe homelife, one hour being- devoted daily either to sewing, knitting, cro cheting, embroidery or lacemakfng. Nor is this considered sufficient; the young woman of the family is sup posed never to be idle, she must always have something on hand to be taken up. If a chance visitor comes in, or a friend arrives for the day, both have their needlework with them. Wo man's Home Companion. Patience and Perseverance. Three million packages of Putnam Fade less Dyes are put up every year. To do this necessitates the handling of one hundred thousand pounds of dye stuff. The packages are filled by dipping the dye stuff up with a large wooden spoon and plac ing in an envelope. Five car loads of dye stuff handled with a wooden spoon! This is accomplished every year by the dozens of young ladies employed by the Putnam Fade less Dye Co., Unionville, Mo. The number of railway employes of all classes in the United States in 1900 was 1,017,653. New Jersey Skin Troubles Can't resist Tetterine. "I have been troubled with Eczema four years. Tetterine has done me so much good that I gladly recommend it. Send another box." W. C. Fuller, bemi- nolo flnttaffp Sea CMff "N. .T. 50c. a box bv mail from J.T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga., it The new Ameer of Afghanistan has de clared against the admission of missionaries tc his country. Tyner"s Dyspepsia Remedy Cures Irregu lar Heart Action. At Druggists, 50 cents. The jailer should not be known by the company he keeps. Cabinet Ministers in Mexico receive $15,000 a year. Tired Out I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house. I was tired out all the time. Then I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and it only took two bottles to make me feel perfectly well." Mrs. N. S. Swin ney, Princeton, Mo. Tired when vou 20 to bed, tired when you get up. tired all the time. Why ? Your blood is im pure, that's the reason. You are living on the 1 border line of nerve ex haustion. Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla and be quickly cured. SJfl-Jjg; Ask your doctor -what ha tv.ir.ir. S'd 8ffl"a- J?e knows all abouUh strand ?kI ?!f,e- his advice and J . C. Aysii Co., Tjowell, Ma3s. So 14 BED SEAL CATALOG OPINION OF DEATH DR. TALMAGE'S WEEKLY SERMON Discusses the Christian View of the n.,-n-DrfWn Demovei vii Death's Sting. Washington D. - The Christ ism view of death as the entrance to a fuller life is presented in this Easter discourse by Dr. Talmage from the text I Lor xv, 54, "Death is swallowed up in victory. About 1870 Easter mornings have wakened the earth. In France for three centuries the almanacs made the year begin at fast er until Charles IX. made the year begin at January 1. In the Tower ot London there ia a royal pay roll of Edward 1., on which there is an entry of eighteen pence for 400 colored and pictured eggs, with which the people sported. In Russia slaves were fed and alms were distributed on 1 councils met m Aiwuwvfti - Pontus, in Gaul, in Rome, in Achaia, to AoniAo )ip -nnrHmilar dav and after a con- t.rnversv more animated than gracious de- cided it, and now through all lnnsten dom in some way the first Sunday after the full moon which happens upon or next after March 21 is filled with Easter reoic- The royal court of the' Sabbaths is made up of fifty-two. Fifty-one are princes in . i Ti -M I the royal household, but Easter is queen. more -jeweled sceDter. and in her smile na one wears ncuer uiaucm, duc onaj - i i i j j i i . -tn i tions are irradiated. How welcoaae she is when, after a harsh winter and late spring, she seems to step out of the snowbank rather than the conservatory, to come out of the north instead of the south, out of the arctic rather than the tropics, dis mounting from the icy equinox, but wel come this queenly day, hoidmg high in her right hand the wrenched on Doit oi iarisi s flenulcher. and holdine high in her left - 1 I 1 kvMivii h.rrh in hot mTr. It hand the key to all the cemeteries in Chris tendom. My text is an ejaculation. It is spun out of halleluiahs. Paul wrote right on in his argument about the resurrection, and ob served all the laws of logic, but when he came to write the words of the text his fingers and his pen and the parchment on which he wrote took fire, and he cried out, "Death is swallowed up in victory!" It is an exciting thing to see an army routed and flying. They run each other down. They scatter everything valuable in the track. Unwheeled artillery; hoof of horse on breast of wounded and dying man. You have read of the French falling back from Sedan, of Napoleon's track of 90,000 corpses in the snowbanks of Russia, of the retreat of our armies from Manassas or of UV VTi vJ&rZl Beth horan with their armies while the hailstorms of heaven and the swords of Joshua's host struck them with their fury. In my text is a worse discomfiture. It seems that a black giant proposed to con quer the earth. He gathered for his host all the aches and pains and malarias and cancers and distempers and epidemics of the ages. He marched them . down, drill ing them in the northwest wind and amid the slush of tempests. He threw up barri cades of grave mound. He pitched tent of charnal house. Some of the troops marched with slow tread commanded by consumptions, some in double quick com manded by pneumonias. Some he took by long besiegement of evil habit and some by one stroke of the battleaxe of casualty. With bony hand he pounded at the back door of hospitals and sickrooms and won all the victories in all the great battlefields of .all the five continents. Forward, march! ordered the conqueror of conquer ors, and all the generals and commanders-in-chief and all presidents and kings and sultans and czars dropped under the feet of his war charger. But one Christmas night his antagonist was born. As most of the plagues and sicknesses and despotisms come out of the east, it was appropriate that the new conqueror should come out of the same quarter. Power is given Him to awaken all the fallen of all the centuries and of all lands and marshal them against the black giant. Fields have already been won, but the last day of the world's existence will see the decisive battle. When Christ shall lead forth His two brigades, the brigade of the risen dead and the brigade of the celestial host, the black giant will fall back, and the brigade from the riven sepulchers will take him from beneath, and the brigade of descending immortals will take him from above, and death shall be swallowed up in victory. The old braggart that threatened the conquest and demolition of the planet has lost his throne, has lost his scepter, has lost his palace, has lost his nrestise. and the one word written over all the gates of mausoleum and catacomb and necropolis, on cenotaph and sarcophagus, on the lone ly khan of the arctic explorer and on the catafalque of great cathedral, written in capitals of azalia and calla lilly, written in musical cadence, written in doxology of great assemblages, written on the sculp tured door of the family vault, is "Vic tory." Coronal word, embannered word, apocalyptic word, chief word of triumphal arch under which conquerors return. Victory! Word shouted at Cullodenand .alaklava and Blertheim, at Megiddo and Solferino, at Marathon, where the Athen ians drove back the Medes; at Poitiers, where Charles Martel broke the ranks of the Saracens; at Salamis, where Themis toeies in the great sea fight confounded the Persians, and at the door of the eastpm cavern of chiseled rock, where Christ came out through a recess and throttled the king of terrors and put him back in the niche from which the celestial Conqueror had just emerged. Aha!- When the jaws of the eastern mausoleum took down the black giant "death was swallowed up in victory." I proclaim the abolition of death. 'Lhe old antagonist is driven back into mythology with all the lore about Stygian ferry and Charon with oar and boat. Mel rose abbey and Kenilworth castle are no more in ruins than is the sepulcher. We shall have no more to dn wifh Hontii 1, we have with the cloakroom at a govern or s or a president's levee. We stop at such cloakroom and leave in charge of a servant our overcoat, our overshoes, our outward apparel, that we may not be hn- mg room. Well, my friends, when we go put of this world we are going to a Kind's cutu m xne Drimant round of the draw Danquec and to a reception of monarchs and at the door of the tomb we leave the cloak of flesh and the wrappings with wie meet the storms of this world, fu v c,e of an earthly reception, under the brush and broom of tri coat or hat may be handed to us better than when TO rpcitmorl if -1 1- f. o " y wnu vut v. j .iiiii.j, wiii uuauy oe returnea to US' improved and brightened and purified and glorified. You and I do not want our bodies re turned as they are now. We want to get rid of all their weaknesses and all their susceptibilities to fatigue and all their s.owness of locomotion. We want them put through a chemistry of soil and heat &Tl ,C0J ,and changing seasons, out of milieu vrou wiu reconstruct them as much ii j Y "x,c. ""w uouy oi nv.rSiesandh.ealhiestchild ?Zev Se T11 ln Central Park is better than the sickest patient in Bellevue hospi- tal. But as to our soul. w will Oetter than thoiT -r.B. 11.. T 1 - j iigui of the universe.the four walk hnrnTrr a v aii Li i rr vrru over not waiting for obsequies, independ- the emptied graves! they will be hhTXJ? ent of obituary into a state in everyway doned sepukhers, -th roueh JA rf,om -d velocitYes be- tossed on ech side of .1,1 .uuiyu.ttuua. tne Olll sr. rt na I HO 11 no von vr oM. W been able to invent, vw tuc ' t0TV.'a view, of course, makes it of but whether we are cre- IXWWAW J mated or sepultured. Tf the latter is dust SSS&A without cavil or protest. The world may become so crowded that cremation may j8 universally adopted by law as well as by eeneral consent. JViany 01 me nnguuw and best spirits have gone through this process. Thousands ana tens oi xnousa""' of God's children have been cremated r . P Bliss and wife, the evangelistic singers, cremated by accident at Ashtabula bridge; John Rodgers, cremated by persecution; Latimer and Ridley, cremated at. Oxford; Pothinus and Blandina, a slave, and Alex ander, a physician, and tbeir comrades cremated at the order of Marcus Aure lius; at least a hundred thousand ot Christ's disciples cremated, and there can be no doubt about the resurrection of their bodies. If the world lasts as much longer as it t,oo f Vina far. there Derhans may be no room for the large acreage set apart ior roatintr nlfl.fPS- but there is plenty oi room yet an"d the race need not pass that bridge rt t- until it comes to it. The most of prefer the old way. But whether out of natural disintegration or cremation we shall get that luminous, buoyant, gladsome, transcendent, magnificent, inexplicable structure called the resurrection body. You will have it; I will have it. Ever and anon there are instances of men mr1 wnTTi en entranced. A trance is death ... . f0u0wed by resurrection after a few days; total suspension oi menw power auu ui untary action. Rev. William 'lennent, a great evangelist of the last generation, of whom Dr. Archibald Alexander, a man far from being sentimental, wrote in most eulogistic terms Rev. William Tennent seemed to die. His spirit apparently left the body. People came in day after day - tt ttt'11." rn i- - and said. "He is dead, he is dead. But tne smi that fled returned, and Will Ten- nent lived to write what he had sean while his soul was gone. 1 It may be found some time that what is called suspended animation or comatose state is brief death, giving the soul an ex cursion into the next world, from which it comes back, a furlough of a few hours trranted from the conflict of life to which it must return. Do not this waking up of men from trance and this waking up of in sects from winter hfelessness, and this waking up of grains buried 3000 years ago make it easier for you to believe that your body and mine after the vacation of the grave shall rouse and rally, though there be -3000 years between our last breath and the soundinz of the archansrelic reveille? Physiolocists tell us that while the most of our bodies are built with such wonder ful economy that we can spare nothing, and the loss of a nnger is a mnderment, and the injury of a toe joint makes us lame still that we have two or three useless physical apparatuses, and no anatomist or physiologist has ever been able to tell what they are good for. They may be the foundation of the resurrection body, worth nothing to us m this state to be mdispen sably valuable in the next state. The Jewish rabbis and the scientists of our day have found out that there are two or three superfluities of body that are some thing gloriously suggestive of another state. I called at my friend's house one sum mer day. I found the yard all piled up with the rubbish oi carpenter s and ma son's work. The door was off. The plumbers had torn up the floor. The roof was being lifted in cupola. All the pic tures were gone, and the paper hangers were doing their work. All the modern improvements were being introduced into that dwelling. There was not a room in the house fit to live in at that time, al though a month before when I visited that house everything was so beautiful could not have suggested an improvement My friend had gone with his family to the Holy. Land, expecting to come back at the end of six months, when the building was to be done. And, oh, what was his joy when at the end of six months he returned and found the old house had been en larged and improved and glorified. That is your body. It looks well now all the rooms filled with health, and we could hardly make a suggestion. But after awhile your soul will go to the Holy Land and wnile you are gone the old house o your taoernacie will be entirely recon structed from cellar to attic, and everv nerve, muscle and bone and tissue and ar- fprv musf ho hnnfo mrcii- o-nA a structure will be burnished and adorned and raised and Cupolaed and enlarged, and all the improvements of heaven intro duced, and you will move into it on resur rection day. "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dis- solved we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heav ens. Oh, what a day when body and soul meet again! They are very fond of each other. Did your body ever have a pain and your soul not pity it, or your body have a joy and your soul not re-echo it, or, changing the question, did your soul ever have any trouble and your body not sympa thize with it, growing wan and weak un der the depressing influence? Or did your soul ever have a gladness but your body celebrated it with kindled eye and cheek ana elastic step r bureiy Uod never intend ed two such good friends to be very lone separated. And so when the world's last Easter morning shall come the soul will fW.rPnH crying, "Where is my body?" And the body will ascend, saying, '"Where is my soul?" And the Lord of the resurrection will bring them together, and it will be a perfect soul in a perfect body, introduced by a perfect Christ into a perfect heaven. Victory! Do you wonder that on Easter day we swathe our churches with garlands? Bo you wonder we celebrate it with the most consecrated voice of song that we can in vite, with the deftest fingers on organ and cornet and with doxologies that beat these arches with the billows of sound as tli. sea smites the basalt at Giant's Causeway? yuiy iue Daa aisapprove ot tne resurrec tion. A cruel heathen warrior heard Mr.. Mof- late, tne missionary, preach about the lesurrection, ana he said to the mission j o ??y ;ner rise m the last Gay.' les. said the Tnissrinnm-iT "Will all. -the dead in i battle rise?" said the cruel t ieitam.'J xYes said .the missionary, ea sld the, warior: "Let me hear no ""iv quuuu me resurrection. There can be no resurrection; there shall be no res urrection I have slain thousands in bat tle. Will, they rise?" Ah, there will be more to rise on that day than those whose ciimes nave never been repented of will want to see! But for all oth lowed Christ to be their Tf fJLMf- nic jwu ineir resurrection it will be a day ot victory. . -The thunders of the last day will be the salvo that greets you into harbor. The lightnings will be only the torches of tri umpnal procession marehing down to es cort you home. The burning worlds flash ing through immensity will be the rockets celebrating your coronation on thrones where you will reign forever and forever auu iwever. vvnere is death? m, v, I tT.n J- J -i, 1 . , r. w witn aeatn: As your reunitprl body, and soul swing off from th?n?anet on that last day you will se?de7n IJStl all up and down the hTlli Sep all thmno-K i,a u,,ep tashea all - UUL J I f. V IT i . o aiicva. 1 1 -11 1 ami i.iifii 1 iip t na n - a . - -at 7,,ii ?2Jm appre test, CURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH. To Prove It Medicine Free ! Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills the poison in the blood which causes rheuma tism (bone pains, swollen joints, sore mus cles, aches and pains) and catarrh (Dad breath, deafness, hawking, spitting, ringing. in the eers), thus making a permanent cure after all else fails. Thousands cured. Many suffered from . 30 to 40 years, yet u. iJ. iJ. cured them. Druggists. $1 per large bot tle. To prove it cures, sample of B. B. B. sent free by writing Blood. Balm Co., 12 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice given. '- B.' B.;B sent at once prepaid. Silk is the strongest of all vegetable or animal threads. It is three times as strong as a flaxen thread of the same size. Barliest Kugsian Millet. Will von be short of hay? If so, plant a plenty of this prodigally prolific millet. 5 to 8 tons of rich hay per acre. Price, 50 lbs., $1.90 ; 100 lbs., $3.00; low freights. John A. . Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. A The Christmas tree was first heard of in England about 1444. Bet For the Bowels. No matter what ails you. headache to t can- . cer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right. Cascabets help natura, cure vou without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. Casoabbts Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in meiai boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stamped.on It. Beware of imitations. Electric cab service in Paris has proved very unprofitable. FITS nermanentlv cured. No fits or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great NerveRestorer. $2 trial bottle and treatisef ree Dr. E. H. Kline, Ltd., 981 Arch St., Phila., Pa. The metropolitan police of London look after 8200 miles of roads and streets. Ptjtham Fadeless Dyes are fast to sun light, washing and rubbing. Sold by all druggists. , Shetland's shortest night is five hours, but her longest is over eighteen hours. Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of throat and lungs. m. O. Endsley, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900. Ratio of mortality in Switzerland has decreased one-fourth in thirty years. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, f Lucas County. A ss. Fbakk J. Cheney, make oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundbed dol labs for each and every case of catabbh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catabbh Cube. Fbank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my , , presence, this 6th day of December, seal. A. D., 1886. A. W. Gleason, l v Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists,75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Berlin has 63 public monuments and is making ready for some more. I The Only Durable Wall Kalsomines are temporary, rot, rub off U STRAIGHT f 12 N V Excel and outsell alljother corsets yJ on the market. This speaks volumes for their merits. Ask your dealer about them. Kgf Royal Worcester mfiJM Corset Co. ASS Mi m .$. Write us and see liow helpful we can be, at no cost to you, in getting beautiful and healthful homes.- Address Alabastine Co., apartment Ja. EEs I CARTRIDGES INALLGALi v from .22 to .50 loaded with either Black or Smokeless Powder aiways give enure satisfaction. They are made and loaded in a v modern manner, by exact machinery operated by skilled experts. THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM i-.in nurai hi rn itisctmj-h),,..1S - , - 1 1 So. 14, yV f Corn removes from the soil large quantities of otash. The fertilizer ap plied, must furnish enough Potash, or the land will lose its pro ducing power. Read carefully our books on crops sent ret. Xil 1MAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. Mrs. Francis Podmore, President W. C. T. U.; Saranac Lake, New York, Owes Her Health to Lydia E. Pinkhams Vege table Compound. Read' Her Letter. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham : For several years after my last child was born I felt a peculiar weakness, such as I never had experienced before, with severe pains in the-ovarics and frequent headaches. " I tried the doctor's medicines and found it " money worse than , wasted. A friend who had been cured through the use of Liydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound advised me to try it. I did so, also your Sanative Wash, and I must say I never experienced such relief before. Within six weeks I was like another woman. I felt young and strong and happy once more. "This is several years ago, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is my only medicine. If I ever feel bad or tired a few doses brings instant relief." Mrs. Francis Podmore. $5000 FORFEIT IF THE ABOVE IiETTER IS NOT GENUINE. When Women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness, leueorrhcea, displacement or, ulceration of tha womb, that bearing-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or flatulence), general aebilit3 indigestion, and nervous pros tration, or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, f aintness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all gone" and "want-to-be -left-alone " feelings, blues and hopelessness, they should remember there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles. Refuse to buy any other medicine, for you need the best. CapudlnecAB, Cures LL LaQrippe, Colds, etc. St I . ... 2 ALoney oacic u u iaus. 10 ec a. ah urug stores WE PAY R. R. FARE and under $5,000 Deposit, Guarantee 200 I'ltKE SCHOLAKSHIP. BOAKU AT COST. Write Qnic'i to GA.-ALA, ttttwsj cot.). :.:. MACON, OA. IT ffe & Q V NEW DISCOVERY; ie 1 Jf rO quick retief and cure9 wors euss. Book of testimonials and lO days' treatment Free. Dr. H. H. GHEIH'S EOIiS. oxB, At'anta, Ga- SMALL POX and other disease germs are nurtured and diseases dissem inated by wall paper t Coating and scale d, Grand Rapids, Mich ' pi Mggm?. BEST ON EARTH ! 0i cHfcsp &&tbtr.tr.9r. 6-:-. fir.fc U Of Mb Hi & Mi Hi iii S iW Hi Hi ami Thousands of children i27?r n mm mm A UZZ&a ri p M MM an Worms. Symptoms are seldom reliable. They depend upon the child's temperament and upon the variety of worms present in the intes tines. Lose no time! Adopt the safe and sure course by- using DR. BOYKIN'S WORM KILLER A SURE, SPEEDY AND SAFE DESTROYER OF THESE MONSTERS. IN USE OVER GO YEARS- ACCEPT NONE BUT DR. BOYKIN'S. 25c4 BEST VERMIFUGE KNOWN- SOLD EVERYWHERE. My family physician told me to try Ripans Tabules, as he had found them of great benefit in sev eral obstinate cases of indigestion and dyspepsia. I felt better within a day, and was soon greatly relieved. I have always been subject to bad sick headache until I began taking the Tabules, and you don't know what a relief it is to be entirely free from these. At druggists. The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion." The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. 9 50 Kinds for S 6c. It is a fact that Salzer's vegetable and Cower seeas are iouna in more gardens and on more farms than an v other in America. There is reason for this. We own and operate over 5(XX) acres for tne production of out choice seeds. In oraer to induce you to try them we make the following unprec edented oner: For HG enis Postpaid SO kind of rareit loaelon radishes, 13 magnificent ecrllest raeloas, 18 sorts glorious tomatoes, 85 peerless lettuce, vcrleliek, 19 splendid beet sorts, C3 gorgeously beautiful flower seeds, In all 1C0 kinds positively furnishing bushels of charming flowers and lots and lots;.of choice vegetables, lojfeiner wim our great caiatogue telling all about Teoeinto and Pea Oat and Bromus and Sneltz. onion seed at 60c. a pound, etc.. all only for 1 6c. in stamps. Write to-day. 0HN A. SALZER SEED CO.. La Crosss, Wis. 250 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS. Apply at once to THE LANIER SOUTHERN BUSINESS t OLLEGE, Macon, Ga. Bo kkeep inr, Banking, Penmanship, shorthand. Type writing, Telegraphy. Mathematics, Grammar and Business Correspondence thoroughly taught. Board $8 to $1j pur month. USISiQFMHY Is the new science of detectine and curing diseasesVom a CHEMICAL and MICROSCOfrJCAL analysis of the urine. Send 4 tents for mailing case and bottle for trine. Book free. Consultation free. fW reasonable. Medicines furnished. A. d dress -I F.'SHAFEn'tM, O., oJii Penn Ave., murir. f. IQcALLEN S BUSINESS COLLEGE, tuccessrui school, no ma 'aria, uaiaicg mm FAILS. Besfc Cough Syrup, Tastes Good. Use F.y in time. Sold by druggists. n iTirami iff lltrfllfiiW i QANTT' PATENT COTTON PLANTERS AXD- Guano Distributers Write for Prices and Catalogue. The Gantt Mf g Co., MACON, - GEORGIA. J. T. GANTT, Proprietor. - .c - - Sr... &ef. e&fe &t:& FACT: are beinsr irnawed to distraction by mm k3 SI