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Fame nnil I'.irrllrnrr Are llrtcrintn. Iii I'ncliira In Iturrcaafnl Develop, silent One- uf llir liiiiorlniil I'unc tlona of llluli-clnas rtaairl)rra. In tircartitlnjr Interesting plinica of clrntlllv nml riiiiioinlo problems, lii. clnss ncwspnperH fritifiitly gUv In formation of nsj-rrnl wiltie In tlirlriul vertUlnir ciiliiiiiiu nit in those lrinipil to the publication of the prlnclpiil events of (lie ilny; and when the funic of a product l extruded lrmitl tlx mitnral inniiii into furclKii lands, mid n hri-eilc-innml rrrntrd tliroiiKhout Omit Ilrltnln ninl her Colonlm and the prlnclpnl sen tHirU nn. I cities of lluniiic. Asln nml Af rica, It Ihtoiiu b n pleiiMint duty to note lie lact mid to trll of tin polnti of rx cillemv on wlilrli so Kmil n nit idis Is bnni. Wr refer to tin- now world fiininl limnlhe rriiieily. Syrup of 1'Ij.m, the product of lln- ( iilifuriilii Syrup Company. Tin- merit of till well l.niiHii excellent luxntlie were first limile known to the world tliroiifrli tlir Itirtllciil JoiimnU and nritspnpers of tlir I'liltrd Stairs; and Is one of the tils, tlnet m lilrtcmriits of tlie press. It It now well known Hint Kjrup of I'Irs Is mi rtlilrnl pniprletnry remedy, nn. jiroxnl liy the most eminent physicians nerywlicre, been use It In ilmple nnd ef fector, yet pleamnt to the Innte nnd nc-i-eptnlilc lo the system, nnd not only irompt In lti heneflelnl elTeetii, lint nlso wholly free f rum nny unplensnnt nf ler elleetn. It U freipiently referred torn the remedy of tlir henllhy, leenne It U lined liy people who enjoy pood henlth nml who llw well nnd feel well nnd nrt well Informed on nil subjects generally. Including lnnllte. In order lo get lit lieneflclnl elTeetii. II Ik ni eeimnry lo gel the genuine Syrup of Tigi, which It liiannfnctiired liy the California Fig Syrup Co. only. .line I of Ciimelrnee. T)r. Irkhurat m that nun n merely a rnnlU iih a einmrnv If there ti any semblance of iruth in theory, then thers rr Kt of men whu are Just plain gorillas. Iuek Capital. I'rnnlllra of lllirrhnot. tVra.ionallir you will mccrin Ihisdrrsrj vtnrld the father of a family of prls ho "ears new orrrroat, hut jnu mil nver rnnie up with such a father who cm afford to hate hit teeth ft, led Atrhi.cn (ilohe. ""a magnificent woman " Holds Up Pcruna as the Ideal Rem edy For Female Catarrh. Mm. Clara Makemrr Mr. Cluru M.iki iner, housekeeper for thel'loreuccl ritlrnden Anchorage MU slon, of (hirngo, writes the following letter f rum3o:Uicsttiut street, Chli-ngni "J'erunn la the heat tonic 1 lintc eer known for general drMlity, n turc cure for liver coinplnliit, and u never fulling ndjuatrr In case of dj spcpsla. "I linte used it In cuses of female lr regiilnritleii and wenk times common to the sex, nud linte found it most ntls factory." From early girlhood to the end of tho chlld-beiirlng period few wolneiinre en tirely free from some degree of catarrh of the pcltlt' organs. With I'erunn the thousand nnd one nllmrnts dependent upon ciitnrrhof the lielvlc organs, enn lie wholly nterted. "Health and llenutj" sent free to women only, by The l'crunn Mrdlclno Co., Columbus, Ohio. Two famous pictures printed In ten colon, ready for Irimlnjf, will be given free lo any person who will tend a quarter for Three Month' subscription to Dcmorrst'i Family Magulne, the jrrat paper for home life. Thou sands subscribe for LVmomt's as aglft to their daughters. Demo rr:t's Is tlie great -L . v -v American autbotl TlPP tyonl'aihlons. For JL M. forty years It has been read in the best families of America, and has done more to educate women In true love of good literature than any other magazine. The special oiler of these two great pictures and Three Montlis' subscription to Democrat's fcr 25c. Is made for 60 days only. Write at once. Demurest' Fnmlly Magazine, Art Department, 110 Filth Avenue, New York. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 &S3.50 SHOES Worth (4 to SS compand mth other makoi. Imloraedlir oee 1,000,000 weurera. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES TUS till lt I- ""I1"' u4 ft l Ui,4 1 Taka no uli.ttluta etaimad lo.ei'l. Urvrl tit (1 auil UW hurl In lb wurl.l. YiiurdrateraliuuUkMt I ha in llnuu e will aeudrou vl Icalbtr. ilia anl wUik. I'Ulu ur lap W OUlocuo II free. Wi la C0U01AJ JH08 CO., SrocktOJi. Mill. THE CITIZEN. T U. PASCO, Editor and Uankffr. III.RKA, KKWTUCKY NEHEMIAH'S PRAYER. Inlernnllnnnl Kniidiii' ftchool Leaaaa for .Notemlirr R, IMlO Tell, Nehf n loll lll-t I Mepiorr Va, H-Ill. (RpeelallyArranced from Peloubefa Note. (iOI.DKN TKXT.-I'roaper, 1 pray thee, inyatrvani inia day. Ntn, 11 1L III:a!) Chapter I TIMI--Iecemler, II. C. 413. 10 March, III, the twentieth ytar or Artaxerxt, II year after Kara Drat went to Jerusalem. PI-ACK.-Huaa, or Hhuahan " Illr," from the abundance of lilies In the neigh borhood), the chief of the Ihrea capltala of uie i rraian empire, loo milfa aouth of Kc li.itana, the summer capital In themoun lalna, It nt 24 mllra tail of lltbylon, the third capital, and waa altuattd on tho Choaapea (modern Krekhah), a branch of in iigna. i:XtI.ANATOHV. I. Nchcmluh nnd Ills Hook. Nehe inlah ("compaaslon of Jchovnh") wa the ion of Ilachallah, nnd probably una or trie tribe of Juduh. He was "cup bearer" to King ArtaxerxeantSuan.the tapltnl. Tho title "cupbearer" Is mis- lendlnR to its. It really Implied that Nchcmiah wna a councillor, statrsmnii, rourtier nnd favorite. Hut It was not a political offlce. He was a man of grcnl ability, wealth and Influence. The Hook of Nchemlnh Is regarded by many srltlca aa Joined Lo V.tra, so as to form sne book. Indeed these two, with the two books of the Chronicles, are re garded nn one lok nnd probably by the same nuthoror compiler. The main part of thin took was doubtless writ ten by Nehcmlah, beliig in the first per on; but portions are evidently drawn from the state archive, and part Is written In the third person, as If by some other historian. II. Had News from Jerusalem. Vs. 1-3. V. 1. "In the month ChlsleU!" the ninth month, November-December, vurylnj- according Lo the moon. "In the twentieth year" of Arlaxerxes. At what time of the ear the count begins we do not know, but the twentieth year includes autumn anil spring (chap. 2: 1). "8huaho.ii:" (See "I'lace.") V. 2. "Ha nanl, one of my brtthren:" Ills own brother (Neb. 7-2). Adeney. fame:" Krom Jerusalem. V. 3. "The rrninnnt (the escaped Jews) that nre left of the captivity:" I. e., "the Jews in the hind of .ludea nr. distinguished from thoae In Habt Ion and dlnpcrsed in other coun tries. "Are in great aflllctlon and re proach: I'he 'affliction' denotes 'the etll plight' within the walls; the 're proach,' the scornful uttltude of ene mies without (cf. I'sa. 7'JM-a)." Cam bridge Hible. "The wall of Jerusalem also Is broken down:" The walls hud, doubtless been partially rebuilt after their destruction by Ncbuchadnerrar In in, 140 venrn before this time. III. Nehemiah's I'rajer for Help. Va. 4-11. I'lrsl. The prayer grew out of a deep feeling of need and Intense earnest nrsa. V. 4. "Wept, and mourned:" 0er the evils afflicting his country nnd his religion, and otrr the sins which had brought it upon them. "Certain dn) :" About four months elapsed between his hearing the news and his Interview with the king (Neh. 1:1; 2:1.) "And fasted:" A natural expression of deep grief. "And prajeil:" As the mourn ing, so the praying lasted four months. Second. There was n plea in tho very titles applied to (iod. V. 1. "O I.ord:" Jehovah, the self-existing (Iod, the Ood especially rrvealed to the Jews. Hut Jehovah was the Ood of Heaven, the invisible, spiritual (Iod, who dwelt In Heaven, ns distinguished from the vis ible Idol gods which were on the earth. "The great and terrible (loth" Sogrcnt as to Inspire revereutlnl nwe In every worshiper, and unspcaknbl fear In Ills enemies. "That keepeth eovennnt and mercy:" That hath made covenants of mercy and love, nnd never falls in keep ing them, "l'or them thai love Him and observe His commandments." "The sentence w hleh Is borrowed from DcuU 7:0 (compare v. 12) Is also found In 1 Kings 8:23; Neh. 0:32; I)an.9:4,In each rase, as here, being innde use of In a prayer."- Cambridge Hible. Third. Confession of sin. V. C. "Con fess the sins of the children of Israel:" Ha recognize Unit the cause of their troubles lay In their sins. "Iloth I nnd my father's house lute sinned:" He hud sinned with them. V. 7. "Wehnve dealt . . , corruptly:" Some ol these slm nre mentioned In Neh. S:l-i, 10,11; 13:13; Kzrn 0:1; 2Chron.3rt:14. 17. "Commundmeuta, . . . stat utes, . . . judgments: I. c, the di vine law from every point of view. Fourth. Pleading thu promises. V. 8. "If ye traiikgresi:" etc. This Is not a quotation, but a reference to the gen eral sense of various passages, as, for Instance, Lev. 20:27-30; Ileut. 28:4J-52; 61-07. I'ulplt Com. V. 0. "Hut If ye turn unto me:" If you will so net ns to make it possible nml w ise to bless. "Will I gather them from thence:" (I.ev. 20; 40-43; Dent, 30:1-10). I'lftJi. I'lcaiUiig past mcrclca. V. 10. I'hy people, whom Thou bust re deemed by Thy great power:" Such us the dcllvcrunci! from l.gypt, victories by Joshua, by Samson, by DcboroJi, the overthrow of the Assyriuu nrmy of SeuuaclKrlb, and every triumph (iod gnvc them during their wholu history. Sixth. Hie prayer wn specific, hav ing a definite object. There was noth ing vngur In his petition. V. 11. "Pros per, 1 pray thee, Thy servant thlsduyi" He proposed to make an elTort himself, and he wanted Ood'a blessing upon It. Seventh. It whs persevering pi aver. It was three or four months before be received the beginning of the answer for his prayer (chap. 2:1; coiup. with I ha p. Ill), but tho answer came. Itenders llet-omlna; Vlorr .Numeroua. There nre now published In 1'arfi J.5R3 perlodlcnls, nrnrly 100 more than were Issued nt the corresponding date last year. The La n 1 1 of the Mldnlcut Hun. At Wardbury. Norway, the Jongeit toy lasts from My 21 to July $2 with- BuLiilvfusUoa, Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels CuaNses the System OVERCOMES L rrYD hAB.TUALC0HST'.0N iiumu PERMANENTLY ,T5BNEF,c,ATEffEcTS- BUT THE GtMUINt - MHT 0 6 aui?rniaTg,Syrvf(. v-'svuu is-'cv:.' irs res sail a au nam f tu k rtiicmL SHE STOOD HIGH. . Iter Name Had AppenreJ In the So cle I y Culnmn nml She Wna Arroitant. A family living in a North side flat lately Welcomed a new huutemaid. The Rirl hail juat come from Michigan and her appear ance waa pn ocaing. Soon after her ad vent It 'a diacmrrt'd that the w.i inclined to treat the family with a patronizing air. "Miry, j on muat do better, or I ahall hare to titnl Mime one lo lake jour place," the iniatrra reinarkeil the other mormntf. "I ilon't allo anone to apeak to me that way," replied Mary, with a tots of her head. "I'm juat a good si )ou are, and I want you lo know it." .Mary tluunitd out of tie room and re turned In to inmutea Willi the weekly pi (er from her town. Among the ocial it I ma w.n tin- fiilloning: ".Ii Mary llanaen has cone lo Onr.igo to apend ill winter. Mia llanaen in n knowleilgcd belle in the leading cinli -if fcawduat Craek." Mary waited until her employer had had time tu lead tli "personal, and then she said, with uitlieruig acurn: '"As I have alwaj a lieen ncciiatomcd to ri Ing with the very beat in my town, and a I don't believe you ever hae mir name on the society page of the Sunday paiier, I Ciicat I ean'l afTord to stay with yon.' The North aide woman dirland the do mestic incident eloted. Chicago Inter Ocean. A Tlirlflr llnm.rl. A rplrit of thrift was iliown In- a young woman who entered a ear with ami Iry boxes and hundlei. Another young person came in at the next station and Keumzed her. "Oh. iny, who is to be married!" "Nobody: and me laat of all." "Then what are the Mowers for!" ,"A funeral; our teacher died, and vie prla put together to get this wreath." "Poor thing; djd she know she was going to die!" "I don't think so;" then, afters pauae, he dded. cheerfully: "but the does by this time,' all being said in the most uncon scious way. "How much was the wreath!" "Two dollars and sixty cents. I only hsd two twenty-five." "Did you pay the difference!" "Dear, no. 1 made him give it to me for two dollars, so I raved mv own ijuirter I put in, hut I'm going to make the gir.'s think I paid two-siity." Well, that' right; the wear and tear it worth a quarter, surely." Detroit Free Press. Some of the big guns of the prize ring are only air-guDf-;iueago Daily News. THE MARKETS. Cixcinnati. Oct. n. LIVKSTOCK-Cattle.eoninion.t 30) l 4 ! Select liuirh' a awl w 10 CALA'KS- fair to sim1 Itglit.. J ia tt 7 ?.v IIIXIS t'oarr unil liiavy 5 T u. 1 15 Mlaeil ucker .. 4 -M (IIUI l.icbt at.lpra 4 IV ax 4 :J PIIIIHI'-Chnlce IO filsi I.AM IIS Spring IKI 1c f 10 l'I.Ol'lt- Inter Mitt in 3 10 4 3 Ta UltAl.N-Wtirat-Nii. Srial.... U 71 No. 3 rt-l & Til COHN- Nu ; mlseil (t Oata No. i . 'JJ'i Itye-No i U itt HAY t'r me lo elio.cw stIS 1'ltDVlilOSS Mi)MHirlc Win "I l.ur.i u s in llt'TI i:it Choice ikiiry II M ( hok-e eieainery "t AI'I'LKS flioicio Mney. ... ISO tt i 10 1'OTA-lltKi 1'crlir I 30 4 I 4J CIIUAOft I'l.Ol'll - Winter lutein 3D) a 3 70 UIIAIN -Wheal- Jfn. S ml.... 71 (t "! N.k 3 riileaiu aprlng HI at 71 COHN No J 3.'U'. 3J OATS No : l ti W4 rUUK Meaa p 10 St H () LAltii-Sicaiu S :o uiH ni;w voiiic. KUIl'lt-WliitariMteiit 3 0J at 3 WIIBAT No. S ml as ,4'a COKN-No. 3 mixed as 41', JIVi: ft W OATS -Mixrtl l"OIIK Naw UIV V0) al V M LACD-Wesleni U C IIAl.TIMOItrL l'l.Ol'K-ruintlv 3V . 3 70 UKAIN-Wiiout Na S ml.... 7U4.s ;i Soutliorii in us i: Coni-Mlxwt v .i", Oats-No. t while SI I ltio Nil 1 llrhtlTll til. CATTl,K-l'irt.Uiillly 4 7J l Ml iiwus w eaicrn a ej fa a vi lNIUANAl'OI.IS. OHAIN -WIim.-SiXIibI .... O'i Corn No mixtHl ir. ji Oats Nu.3lnlxet ii .l'4 I.Ol'tsVlbbK, FI.OLMI Wliili rr.ile.it 3 15 (I 3 OIIAIN-Whea -.No. ml 71 Colli MUC.I. , 1 4 i oa- m xcJ u r.)i rOIlK M'-a- .. It V Ul LAIIll b'.cuiu la .HiO BOUND TO FAIL. Thai Loss of Football Playcra . Resiled the Collesre'a Doom. This cromiair.g young Detroiter, six feet In the clear ami trim as s lacing spar, went into his father's office the ether day anil gsve him a shock, "vhst Is there for me about the establishment to dot" he began, without prologue. "we'll find s place tor yon, my boy, when the time romn," "But now? Whst Is there now?" "See here, my son, if you're been getting Into trouble, snd need money, aay so. Don't approscb me in this roundabout way. I'm no spring chicken, and I've been over the eourie. Out with it." "I don't owe a Hollar snd there's nothing to conceal from you. I rsn see that there will he no more college forme, and I'm not going to stay around home aa a deadhead." "No more college? Some one mint have milled jou. The huaineu wss never more prninerous, and I have plenty. Of course Jnu'II go back and complete your rnurse. 'II swell Ihe allowance if you think beat." "No, I've concluded to cut it all and go to work. I'm, not so fickle aa to take up with another slrha mater. Heiides, the other fel lows would sll be new. I would have no claaa memories, and I'd simply be a cat In a strange garret," "Certainly you'd not change. Nn one thought of such a thing, do back and finish with the Imys you atarteil in with." "father, you ilon't understand. That In stitution won't laat three months. Knur of the beat football plaj era. have aent word that they muat drop nut. It is all up, and I want a job." Detroit Tree Press. nearnre of Ointments for Cnlnrrh Tlml Cnnlnln .Vlereuer, as mercury' will surely destroy the sense of tmell and completely derange the whole sys tem when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be uacd except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is often ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. ,T. Cheney 4; Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood anil muroua aurlacea ft the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou get the gen uine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TesU mnniala free. Pold bv Druggists, pnre 7.e per bottle. Hall's Tatnily Fills are tlie best. Ilallraiad Hr.te ivr lae. The constantly increasing business of the Baltimore i. Ohio railroad has necessitated very material additions to the telegraph service. During the past year nearly 2,009 miles of copper wire, (CO pounds to the mile, have been strung. New lines have been placed in service between Ilaltimore and l'ittsburg, Ilaltimore and I'arkersburg, New ark. O., to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark, Philadelphia to Cumberland and Cumber land to (Jraflon. During the summer sev eral of Iheae wires were quadrtiplexed be tween Ilaltimore and Cumberland and du plexed et Ijke- all new Ilaltimore A Ohio work, the Iinea are cotntructed in the best possible maimer llriirj Ifml No Carlrrnnoe. "Where do you take command of the fleet!" a lady friend aaked Dewey just be fore he left fur Manila. '' At IIoufr-Konir," bo replied. After n silenct- tho lady said: "Aren't von lggneved, in view of our pos sible trouble with Spain, over being or dered to tlie remote Asiatic station, vthicli can hardly be in the picture in case of war?" "Sailor luck!" replied Dewey. "More over, I haven't entertained grievances for years." And then he added, evidently as an after thought: "llcaide. you know, Spain owns the Philippines." Ladies' Home Journal. Non-Tccrltorlal Kxpanalnn Means paying rent for a ioor farm. Now is the time to secure a good farm nn the line of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul ltailway in Marinette County, Wisconsin, where the crops arc of the best, work plen ty, fine markets, excellent climate, pure soft, water, land sold cheap and on long time. Why rent a farm when you can buy one for leu than you pay for rent! Address V. V.. llollins. Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. EVERY-DAY TALKS WITH WOMEN MRS. PINKHAM says thftt irritability Indicates fi:-e33e. Women wlio nre nervous nnd snappish are to bo pitied. Their homes arc uncomfortable j their dis positions grow constantly worse. Such women need the coun sel and treatment of a woman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex. Mrs. Auua E. Ham., of Mill dale, Conn., was nil run down in health nnd had compWcly lost control of her nerves. She wroto to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Now sho writes : " I wish to thank you for what your Vegetable Compound has dona for me. It has helped mo more than anything else. I suffered for a long time with ner vousness, pains in back and limbs and falling of tho womb; also hud neuralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told my tiusuanu mat som: thing must be done, for j I was nearly frantic with j pain. Having read oft the wonderful cures Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound had ! performed, I determined 8 to trv it. I havo taken L i i i . . t oooo ik uiiu uni uuppy iu suy i am cured. I recommend It to all my friends and never : tire of telling the benefit I have derived from its use. I have you alono to thank for my recovery." Mrs. Ellen Flana gan, 1810 Mountain St., 80O Philadelphia, Pa., writes: 8 Dear Mrs. Pinkham 8 Three years ago I was a sufferer from chronic ; dyspepsia, was irritable 1 and cross, and can say that after taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound was entirely cured. I take great pleasure in writing this to you and would be pleased to be interviewed by any one who is afflicted with that distressing complaint. I am very grateful to you." m Ns vK1 oct'lsssV-- x- i li u READ WHAT A FOB 30 OATS YOU CAN TBY IT FOB 10 CENTS. PROMINENT PHYSICIAN Has to say who has had 35 YEARS of active Practice of Medicine: I hare neer tirfore In my 35 years of practice of medicine glen my testimonial or recommen dation to any patent medicine, but there fa a remedy, the result of which has come under my own I observation, lor there la no Disease which has so baffled the medical skill of all agea aa Rheuma tism and tn 6nd a Reliable remedy for the same. At laat are hae found it In "5 llrop.a," manu factured t'y the 5wanson Kheumatlc Cure Company, Chicago. Ml- The ' 5 DROPS," has proven itaelf aronderli'l fur its curathc power in Rheumatism, not aa a Temporary Reliever only, but to I give a Permanent Cure even in chruuic caes. Sometime ago, I had among oincra atierai Kneumauc caaes uucer my treatment ana pre scrUtd fur theae patients the verj best Remedies which I slJllfully se lected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "s OKOPS''and at itm wonderful Cures, and trearihrri it lo a few natlenta aaho found re. ' isiJSElBsSSaSBaTraSsaaB lief from ila usm within a fea dava. After that I rtrearrthed it lo a arreat number and to my surprise, I will sav that in the ccmrae of Two or flirt Weeks after they had ued "3 DKOI'5" and "3 Drop" Plasters they were Cured. Anions- theso were a few who had, for a numlier of years, been suffering with chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted themselves around on Crutches. They came to my office w ithout Crutches and told me they were perfectly Well. They give all the credit to "s DROPS" ITiiaus-HAKK.j Rheumatic Cure Comoanv for their kindneaa aud for the conscientious way In which they are placing these Wonderful Remedies among suffering humanity, which they told me lo write to the, Compauv aa an acknowledgement. As I ha'te seen the Curative Power of "5 DR0P5" and "5 Drop" Plasters, In a grsat many instances, 1 can Truly recommend thesa and alao that the firm is perfectly hooeat oid reliable to deal with. swansoVs C. A, JACKSON, I'hvsician and Burgeon, Kearney, Neh.. Aug. 21, 18W. isr nDriQCI) Is the moat nowurful areeiflc known t ree from oplatea and perfecllv barm 9 UIJTO leaa. Itelltf Is uauallf felt tbe drat nlsUU II la a positive cure for Hbruaa tlana. atclatlcat, X euralalis, lisapepalu, Hnrkaehr. Aathaaa, liar Fever, Catarrb, Aleep leaaneaa, .VaraauiBrai, Aerrau, itnd Naurulflc lleaaduelaea. Kariacue, Toothache, Heart Weakneas, Croup, alivclllns, t-a Orlpp, Slalarla, t'reeplag- umbneaa, etc., cle. 1" UIDTV rvAVC looser lo enable auffersrs to also "i DHOW at least a trial, we will I SI I B I T Lf I O send a 3e sample bottle, propald br nail, for 11) ceot. A tamoU bollla will convince rou Alao. lamo bottles l0 tfoaea) ft"0-1 bottlea for r.'0- bold bj us, drucslsts, and aseats. Aaeala wanted la aew trrrllory. write "a te-dar. BWAXSIOV nili'.VMATIO C'VRK CO., lOO lo l4 Lake Street. CHICAGO, IIX. Ilia Itrrrtiisre. As they lent solicitoualy over him the man who n.id been kickul lay a liorse opened his eyes. "Have you any last wish! they atked him, "Ves," he intirrnureJ. "Have an automo bile hearse at the funeral." Itevrngr, it sreineU, nras strong even in Hesth. 5a Y. 1're.s. A Near Slstnitnrit for Art. tilv. OKlschool I can't see anything beautiful in that Secession vase of yours. Mrs. Newrieh Why, my dear, there nre over GO of the loveliest dollars we ever had in it. Jewelers' Weekly. The llpal I'rrsa-ripllon for Chills mil Ki'vcr Is iKittlc or CSimrn's TaSTi'Lr.s' tiilu,'t'oNic'. It s siuiily iron unit nniiiiiivit .itustoVst form N'm '"e 11 -. rrii-,.'A 1 ta'V ITSa I IaT! MAMMOTH 'MAILORDERj HOUSE, IP3 150 to 6tT JWEST MADISON ST? CHICAGO 5,000 GUITARS AT $2.65 Just H'ratb. "Fine lot of gms thc nre,'' said the a dtriii.in. "to be culling inediahoticit. I never took a cent of iy from anjone that I didn't render value received." Indianapolis Jour nal. To Cure, a Cold In tine i)ajr Take Lnxativu liinmo Ouinlmi Tablets. All druggists refund money 1 f It f alls to euro. 'Joo. Conipat ions. "What ! the sensation of roing up tu a Imlloon?" asked the reporter. Precisely the opposite to that of coming down in one." replied the professor impres sively. Philadelphia North America. We refund 10c for every package of PUT NAM KADUI.KS.S DYKS that fails to give satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., L'ruouvilic, Mo. Sold liy all druggists. The wonder la not that people arc afraid to tell the truth, but that they arc aot afraid to tell a lie. Atchison ti lobe. Piao's lure it a wonderful Cough medi cine. Mrs. W. I'lektrt, Van Siileti and Make Avt a., llrookl 11, X, v., Oct. 20, '01. j An ounce of help is belter than a pound of preachinK.l'liicaKO Daily Xewg. Tbh Guitar is nude oi the finest imita tion mahogany with cither solidroscwood or walnut finger board, pearl inlaid position dots and German silver rated frctsj It has fancy In lay around sound hole and best quality American patent heads) the top of Guitar is beautifully bound with celluloid! It Is strung with a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to play upon. THIS ELEGANT GUITAR FOR $2.65 No more, no less, than 5,000 of them, probably tho largest contract In iraitars over made an instruirent that post lively sell from &S0 to t7.li). W lien this lot is exhausted wo cannot duplicate) this ofTor. Quantity talks. Onlr bxoper atioA on soch a bur scale, together vita our ucll-koown small prolit poller, could such an offering be possible Another reason for dispensing snch a bnrjraln broadcast Is tbo confidence wo feel that eremrultar sold will win for as n per maneat -patron and a friend whoso recommendation we can count upon, o nill forward the guitar to nny address C. O. IX. subject to examination, nnon receipt of 5tc. o, however, adviso that r.iah in full Ije sent, as that saves return ciiarfes for money and wo stand per fectly ready to refund taoney if tho Bultar Is not all and moro than wo claim lor It. ii e m o m no r our Ftieclal price on ii.uu ol mem omy is $2.65 aalifn which it listed it lowest wholesale- prices E I cvorythine to oat wear and use, is furnish W' A r pAValnt ef nnlit IOC tea narllu r.1 ppstaflo or expressagp and c vi Anct 10 SOOU I lim IIIC IUV 19 aliiurvtiu wil ll aa ourchase amounting to I9? or above. 'nraotY f0NTriLv oaociRv1 cmtt ut ft-in DcBnlls COUCH SYRUP Cures Croup and WhoopIng-Cough UnoxcellodforCormumptivoB. Glvoa quick, sure risults. Kcfuae subatltutrs. Dr. Bnlrt hlttcuii liitiouintu. Ttial, ioorjc, SOLI". I EPS Add. Homostoad jm.UH.ttO rllua liouakl. II jouco. tera.1 Irs I nan I lu acrea belnra Juua ti. 1S7. write 14 aiu it. slSHsa a to., all Kit at., itauianaa, u. c. El pit A. N. K.-B 1784 VSBVS -TUITIXO TO AriVEUTlSKKH pleuse atnls lht yua suit the Advcrtla nest In this paper. ONE OF THE GRANDEST OFFERS EVER MADE. The first tiro persons procuring tho KihIIosh Clinln Slurch Hook from their grocer, will each obtain ono larpo 10o packaRo of "Iti:i CUOSS" Hlnrch, oiiolarvolOW pacUmrt' ot "111 UlNUKIt'S HIOST" St-trcli. two Sbukcspcuro panels printed In twelve, bountiful coloi s, us uutural na life, or ono Twrutlctli Century Ctrl Calendar, tho fluent ot its k.ud over print d, all absolutely (roe All others procuring tho llmllcs Chain Klai cli lliwik will obutu from their grocer two lartro 10c, packages ot starch for fie nml tho beaut ful premiums which are, bein;r K'lvcn auav This offer is ou'y mudo fur u short tlroe to further I rt reduce the fume '.is " lll'I) CHOHS" Klnrclt, ond tbocelcbratod "HL'UIN'UIMt'H HhST" ccfd water Htaah. Ask your Kroccr fr this k'.urcl). rrrafs larrTTnrTi fTiwrrir" To cure, or money rel'unded by your mctchunt, so why not try it V Prico 60o.