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Herlin nml J'niis Kcports Hay That llit! Hocr Foiws Have TnKcii tin; Town. OEM. WHITE HAS A NARROW ESCAPE, TIip Arrlv.il of tlir Nmnl ('iiiitltiirent nt llio Liiil) miiIiIi llalllp Snvoil a Worst' HrllMi Hinntrr. Mciln.n sail I'll lilr.n ILIng rn! Ilnl nf I il;liillh llrffiiiilx Mucks llelng Canilrncleil nn Mirrmiivlliic' Hills llrr l'lririlil let .Mlscl,. i.omio. ,or. i. i nerr nns very little Irrsli Inlcl. lienor .s.ittirilny morn I Hk but il Ik lifllcvril that the )cln!(in Imy route If not nln-aily restored, speedily nil) he, thus giving murker (oniitiiiiilcallou tsith tlic eniK-. 'I'll situation u Mill hopeful. i ur urrouiiis umi conn line to nr rir regarding the fi-lit tn jr un I'ar cpihar's farm only rontlrin it serious nature nml the narron escape lien, White liml. On this )iliit the Muni lug I l remarks: Nothing tel. s Mich n talc of battle n the list of the inutiii When tho missing exceeil the Uilleil, It is almost safe tow rite Mr feat' across the story because 'missing' means aliauiluiiiiicut or Mirrrinlrr." It now appenrt asif It were only the an Ira! of the nnvnl eontlneill from the I'imcrfiil u hii'h prevented a nuric disaster. It si-cms Hint tvlien it umi seen thul retirement nil iiiiiernllirr, two Natal cavalrymen, roliint jrre'd to coriTry a ilUpiten nvrots the llocr lines to MaJ. Ailye. nrilerini lilm to re tire, hut the r.sx considered too grent ami flag signalling "a emp.oy nl Instead. The distance was too great ami the ground too rough for cavalry to go to his assistance. iiccoruinjr in uitpatciics Illeil on Tnculny, ilrfriMire works were being constructed on the hilts around t.ady am I tli, and It Mas expected there that the big naval gun would he uioutitiil the folloniiig day. The Hoer. urn threatening to attack the town in force on Wednesday nml Thursday ami the Homrn, chlldrrn ami other nun-combatants were bring kciiI by train to the ninth. I.adramltli la pro- vlsloiicd for tuu months. A dispatch from Cutrtburg. dated November 1, announces that six police who were stationed at totesliurg bridge were surrounded and captured This is probably the origin of the story that the lloers had occupied Coleshurg. l'arls anil llerlln continue to supply statements of llrltlsh re verses the latesj, being that Mafcklug has fallen. Lo.Mio.n. .Nov. 4. The Standard pub lishes a dispatch from Luxembourg, which Kays: "Until within a very few days Dr. Leydshas been in telegraphic cominU' nlcatioii with Pretoria through an tn direct diplomatic channel by means of which he has been able to Inform tho Transvaal of the supposed British plan to advance through the Orange Free Mate. With a view of anticipating . 1. 1 . .1 ... whs movement, wie inters will en deavor to capture or isolate I.adysmith anil then to press on to Durban, wheru they would be able to prevent a lint Mi debarkation while tho main lloer army would hastily retrace its steps to defend the line of the Orange river. At Plymouth It Is rumored that the channel upiadron will be ordered tu the Cape, where a grent naval fkrce in to be collected with a view of estab lishing a cord Ion from the mouth of the Orange river to Di'lagoa Iny to prevent the lauding of supplies for the enemy, and with n view also, if nrcesssry, of landing puns to nsslst the llrltlsh forces. l.oMios. Nov. .- The Kuuberley correspondent of the London Dally Mail in u dispatch dntcd November 1, forwnnled by the way of Ornigc river, says: The lloers are still in force in this vicinity. On Saturday evening our patrol wns fired on lu the neigh Imrliooit of the Wessellon mine. Thu enemy expended a quantity of ammu nition inelTvctuiilly, however, ow ing to the long range. A Tree Statu burgher, with a pass from the enemy, has brought inn oxen Into the town. The enemy is reported to have thrco siege guns in position at Ollphaiitfuu telu, four inllrs from Wcssclton. Cen. Jan II. M. Koch, who was sec ond in command in the Transvaal force i and who was wounded in tho battle of Klnmlslaagte, died lu tho hospital at Lady smith on Monday night lh Saumait cullatlona. London, Nov. 4. The llerlln corre spondent of the Tunes says he hears on reliable authority that the negotia tions regarding Samoa urs proceeding favorably and may bo concluded any day, Moa In Mralclit rails. lUv Citv, Mich., Nov. 4.-Hiobert llrakes, of West Hay City, Friday night defeated Joe Harry, of Chicago, In a catch-as-catch-cnn wrestling match for a purse of 5500. Urukcs won in straight falls. THE MEXICAN PARTY. Thcr l-.at. York on t pvclrt Train Ihrr Mill Slop at St. I,alan4 llirn I'mc-eeil In Sl.tlcu C'llf. Nr.w Yoiik. Nov. 4. Senor Ignnclo M. Mnrlscal, necrelnry of foreign af fairs of Mexico, together with the sec retary of linancc anil n party of prom inent citizens of tho Mexican republic who have been spending some dnya in the city, after having been entertain ed by thu federal committer, at Chica go during the presidential festivities, left New York on the Pennsylvania railroad at 1 o'clock Saturday after noon on a special train coniposcd of a combined parlor smoking car, from the Pennsylvania limited equipment, the two private ears of President Diaz, the private car of the president of Mexico, Qiiernnvaca and Pacific, rail way and the Pennsylvania limited Pullman observation ear Olympia. The travelers will arrive in St. Louis on Sunday at rtillO p. m., and occupy ing the cars Sunday night, will bo en tertained by the oily government of St. Louis, proceeding thence to Mexico City by tho Missouri Pacific nml con iirctions. A tourist ngelit of tho Pennsylvania railroad will accompany the party to St, Louis. THE BOERS' GUNS. Ilf.ir Hi M ar l.arc (Inters War. I'laead W llh llnni4krr at l.a Craatot, Hat All ttara t ll-llrit. Lommiv, Nov. 4. -The Paris eorre- sjxmilctitof the Daily Mail says: "I learn that theTrausvn.il and Tree State govern men Is, before tho war, placed large orders with the gun makers ul I.e Creusot, but that all the weaHins could not be delivered, owing to the suddenness w ith which hostili ties began. The guns the lloers are ae- tu lily using are ( reusot's T5 millimeter quick tlrers and 1." .'.-millimeter airge mid garrison guns, all mounted on light carriages and adapted in every possible way for use nvtr muddy roads They had two mouths' llring prac tice under competent Creusot agents. If they coil, d have had another month's I r act ice. no Kuropean artillerist could hare withstood them." ALMOST WIPED OUT. lit. ltlti llio llualnast rurllnn uf Thnm astltla. Ala.. lavloKtol1wtSluras I'ulille arahuui llastrajnt. Tlloli snvil.l r. Ala., Nov. 4. - A disas trous tire started at 11 o'clock Thurs day night in the olllee of N. It. Iloylc's large store and by 1 o'clock every busl nrss house in town except II. Morning' star A Co. and J. P. 'I timer X Sou was burned. Very few goods were saved from any of t lie buildings, as the fire under the impetus of a high northwest wind spread with fearful rapidity. Six hundred bales of cotton In the public warehouse were burned. The loss Is approximated at this time at $1 .'.0.000. The cotton burned lu the People's warehouse will be lost by farmers In surrounding country who had stored it there. Insurance not known, but almost nothing. MAN WITH A GUN. II llntu t'p a Mluntnpnlla (iamhllor llouta Clot anil Keatl Mjtifuaiiilr laplurail. Mijokai-oi.is, Minn,, Nov. 4. A Min- ncapo is gambling house was held up Friday evening at the point of a gun by a young man giving the name of eorge Stark, of Wahpctoii, N. 1). He had lost a few dollars when he sudden- drew a revolver and covering tho employes of the house demanded them to ojh'u the cash drawer in the faro layout and took i!SX Keeping the persons in the place covered with his revolver he backed out and dashed lown the street. A passing policeman captured the robber after u run of two docks, but only two bills were found in his possession. THE STATE MILITIA. tint, lannrr wilt .Nut Kcrp 1 tirm Itulnc I'lillea lliltr Around t fiat Minn Mliara lliara II aa llarn Hints. I'llicsco. Nov. 4. -Tim llecoid Satur- lay says: "tiov. Tanner has decided that hereafter the state militia shall not be kept doing police and gunrd dutv around coal mines where there has been riots. According to a decla ration made here to-day he will send the militia to riot centers only when he Is convinced that the situation has got beyond the control of the local au thorities, and he will withdraw tho state soldiers as soon as the rioting has been suppressed and good order rc-cs-tabllshed." f'nuclit In a llraw. Ill itai.o, N. Y Nov. 4.-Jack Daly, of Wilmington, Del., and Kugeue lie zcuah, of Cincinnati, fought ten rounds to a draw at the Olrmpla club Friday IghU Oltu hlaliiR Out Ilia lirrlslun. Dl.ir.oiT. Mich.. Nov. 4 Otto SleloiT, of Detroit, got the decis.ou over lluck Stelzer, of Columbus, at the end of the fastest ten round go seen here in many day, Stclzer took enough punish ment to have put out two ordinary men. Twice Melon had lilm golug ami only the loll saved him. Will far lor Ilia "ounilnl. I.omio.v, Nov, 4. The Outlook an nounces that Lady ltuiidolph Churchill is going to the Cape to uttuud the wouuded. REBUILDING THE WALLS. latrrnntlnrml Mnndnr Xeliool !,? for nf mlirr lit, I Milt Tell, Mebe in I nil 417-IM Meiimrr Vs. IA-IM, (RrirrlallyArranitrlfromPloubt'aNotea. OOI.DKN TKXT.-Watcn and pray.- Mntl 21.41. ItMAD Chapter 4. TIMi:. The summrr nnd rnrly nulumn of li. C. III. Nrhf rnliili left Husn about the first of April, nnd It would require three or four months lu mnke Ihe Journey Ultra 7: 9). Nehrmlah therefore reached Jeru salem about July 1, and the walla acre fin ished In Hi pietnber. I'I.ACi:.-Jf rnsaloi) and vicinity. KXPI.ANATOIIV. Introductory: Ncheiuiiih went up tu Jertisnleiu, stnrtlng nhout the first of April, nnd reaching the city nflrr three or four months' tnttcl, koiiic time in July. (Compare 2:1 with Cru 7:0.) 1. The Midnight Tour of Inspection. -2: IMS. Three ilnjs nfter hlsiirrltnl Nehemliih went out uloue with n ftw servnnls lu the night to investigate the Iruth of the reports Hint hnil reached lilm. He bud not told to any otic his pur pose In eiimlng to Jerusalem. When he hud liddeu iirouiid Ihe city, mid taken In the sitiintluti, he summoned the lend ers of the. lews. told them his plans, ii ml they nil agreed henrtlly to enter upon tin: work. II. The Iluildllig of the Wnll.-Chim. 3. "The null wns parceled out mining 4 working parties" (Itiiwllnson). some of whom were women, the ihiiighters of the ruler of the half part of Jcnim- iem (r. 12), some nobles, others prleslK, l.etiies, mi reliant!., the son of n gold smith nnd of a perfumer. III. Working Amid the llilterest Op position. -( Imp. 4. s. 1-12. A eit was (if little value in tho-e ilnvs Hlllintil walls. Enemies on everv side could rob or destroy the liihnlilliiutF, no tre.'iMire ns mfe. If .leriiMileui was to become Ihe power Ihat it otiee had been and still wihnl to be.lt must be defended. V. 7. "Siinhallat," who appears to lie Ihe gmeriior of the city of Snimirla. Adeney. "lie was u'liiitheof lleroualm, bejoml .lorihiii (Neh. 2:10). mid prob nhl a Moahite ehlef."-Kitto. T0. hlnh:" A chief of the little tiiins..or danlc tribe of the "Amiiionili s," mid proluibly lier or chief aiMser to San bnlbit. "Arabians:" The wamleritig Anibs of the desert. "The Ainh would went prey In the project of n wiirlike expedition." "Ashododltes:" I'roin Ashilod.ti Philistine citv near the Medi- lerraiieau coast. Thus "all the iIoIkiiii and jetsam of liiiuinnlty, the nigged eges of society swept up by thehroom or the war god. were opposed to the rc ,...f, ... .. ... uuiiiiiiig oi me wails, nml "were cr wroth. V. s. "And conspired all of " ' together:" llreathed in unison s in singing, wnispcreil seereth "lo ronie ami to light against Jerusalem. They pl.ninci: to i..,e Nehemlah nnd the city by surprise, i apt ure anil slay th workers, ami thus put a stop to the work. . Id. "Ami Judiili said:" The Jewa from outside the city who hud been In closer contact with th" heathen element, nnd were trained. "The strength of the bearers of burdens U decayed: I'he work was hard, nml the carriers had become worn. The not city of it had passed. The higher tne wnii rose, the harder It was to carry materials to the top. The more stone they used, the mote dillleiill it became to get siiiinhle stone from Ihe rubbish." ITOI. needier. V. 12. "The Jewa which dwelt by them:" Ily Sanb.illat and the other adiersarics. "They said unto us ten times:" Kepealedlv.'iigiilii anil again. 1 hey either g:ne friendly notice to Nehcminh of the proposed at tack, or tried lo persuade their fellows from the surrounding towns lo hasten home in order to escape the threatened danger. 1. Praying, nnd Watching, ami Working. -s. V, 13-1S. V. !i. ".Made our prayer . . . set a watch against them, opposite the places where they were proposing an attack. She lower. less liuisheil places. V. 1.1. "Therefore set I in the lowest places behind the wall, mid on the higher places:" There Is no "and in the original. .Vehcmiah means that In the less elevated places. where the wall was least strong bv na ture, he had his men posted on con spiciious spots within the wnlls, where they could be seen from n distance, and so deterred the enemy from nihmicing. lie. drew them "after their families," that inch man might feel that he wat lighting for his brethren, sons, etc. Pulpit Com. V. II. "And 1 looked:" He saw the enemy coming. "Hose up:" to tnkeciimmand and ghcorilers, "And said:" lie spoke u few words to en- mirage his men, telling them lo re member whom they fought under namely, the Lord; mul what they had In light for namely, their home's, and nil they held dear. Prof, llcecher. V. Id, "Half of my tenants:" His person al retainers, trained men, who hnd guarded him on his journey. "Haber geons:" Old l.'nglisli for coat of mail, from "halo" (neck) and "bergen" (lo protect). "The rulers," rather cap tains, "were behind," with the war riors, ami in the best position to direct the work ami lead the soldiers, V. 17. "They that bear burdens:" The car riers who could sternly their load with one hand and hold their weapon in the other. V. IS. "The builders" required both hnmls in laying the wall, so that they tarried their swords by their side, ready to he grasped at n moment's warning. The work was completed In the brief time of .V. days on the 25th of i:iul (the last of September). The walls must have been three or four mile long. I'UACTICAU Hard and peraJstcnt work Is nei ra sa ry to success. "All ut it, and always at It." litihhlsh Is lo he carried nway tlie rubbish of bad habits, of evil thoughts, of bad Ideas, of evil books read, of past r.rglicls. The sword and trowel must both be used, lighting against sin nml wrong. and building up slowly and surely every good of character, habit. and vir tue. Watching and proving also must go together, The Itlhmna nf rnnnma. ltd enffinpprs hehevi that thev liava dvJ the prohiem of the tuccenful completion of win great enteiTie, it , it Mill prove I crc.it benefit tn h jm.-iriil v. no more, truthful. Iy tlifjkitiff. than lis llontetter'a Mmnarh flitters, the remedy which never fa.:l to cure ablutions of the tiunaeli fur nf what tiseU nroihenty without hra It hJ The Hitters inv.t riahiy stirnittlinsMeaketnmarlisanil torp'd iiven, nnu is one oi me messing oi the ge A .u ile Departure, Hu'li.iinl Thut gown appears to be cut consiueraiiiy lower in.in your last one; Wife -Ves; the dressmaker have depart en soinewuat iiom tne lines oi last reason model-. "i ece. A nude departure." Pliiladcl pnu Jtccoru. i.vcry r cmer oi tins pnper should give f penai nttu in the oners which are appear lug from week to week liv the John M, Sim th Co., the mammoth mail order hnuc nf Chicago, In this imiip will be found their advertisement, of a thoroughly up to date ,,, i.n rvniMn nim nim", tib lilt; UPiiiiiiiu' daily low tirico of (dlil. Cotniiie in this of. fer and other ciders do from a lioue with a isitiinii rei.il ratine of over cine tin inn i nl l.ir-, and of the liutlirst character, they mark an opportunity that the shiewd huvrrwill not he slow to take advantage of TdeJnhn M. Smyth Co., inn to IW West Madison street, will send their mammoth ralalogue, 111 Which iq tinted At w hnles.ile liriref everv. thing lo e.it, wear and ne, on receipt of only Ml cents lo n.irtlv nav lxntnife or ex preage, and even this lOcents is allowed on lirst purchase amounting to one dollar. The Fnel Prnttlem. uppne you )i.nl money to hum in the rvinniusp "No," titiswered l)ie nun who had been I) ing by t lie hour, "we didn't hive anything ""inuiiss in eniiiy, inriinilnntililo gold, W e d have tiatll a ln.r rinr fnra fU' .1ltf1ff iuia oi dollar bills. C hicago Chronicle, lion's Thlaf We olTer One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any cane of Catarrh that cannot he cured by lull s t atarrh I urc. K. J. Cheney i Co., Props.. Toledo. O We. the unilerMitricd. have known V. J Cheney for the last 15 v ears, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and titianeially able to carry out any elongation mane ny their linn. Wmt 4 Iruax, Wholesale Druggiiti, To. ledo, o. w aiding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale 1'nii.visu. loieilo. u. Hall's l atarrh I ure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous suriares oi the svstem. Trice 7.rK lie r hot tie. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials tree. Hall's family Pills are the Lest. Amtinir the llreakera. Ixing l'.imilv troubles, eh? What rock did 5 our doini'.tic thin mlit on: Short It va the ab-ente of "rockt" that caused the split. Chicago Lvening News, Tlie Heat I'rcscrliHIiin fur Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Oitovr.'s TJTi:i.rs I'lilil.ToMc. His siuiplyiroiiundcjiilniueiu ii.isieiess lorni .ocuri! no pay rrlreviOV A Model. Miss Antinuc Is he a nice, nuiet narrot! Dealer Oh, )e, ma'ain, he never swears unless he s sworn to'. Puck. Tn Cure n Cold In Oa )ar l"akc Laxative Ilromo Oulniue Tablets. All drupgisurcfuudmoucyifltfailstocure. 2Jc The Man and the Ilore. The Solemn Ilore Have jou ever rellected that there will lie no more time!" The Ihuy Man "I haven t any now. Indianapoh Journal. Kaeh p.jckage of Pl'TNAM FADKLESS it i r- colors more goods than any other dye and colora them better too. Sold by all uiuggisis. A Polite Man. The Ilystander "What are vou taking off vour hat for!" The Man at the 'Phone "I'm talking to a lady." v.uudKo irioune. I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure for Consumption. Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 21j vv. 22U St., -New ork, Oct. 29, 1S94. The silent man may be a mine of wisdom, hut a talkative fool sometimes explodes the nunc ciucago uauy .ews. Check Colds and Lronihitls with Hale's Honey nf Horehound and Tur. Piko's Toothache l)ropn Cure lo one minute. Talk is cheap prnbaWv lieratiA nf tk overtirodiKtinu. sjli Criiic2g3 Daily News. THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI, NlV. 4. MVB STOCK- -Cattle.i'iiiiimon.t J ' i 3 8i Select tiuieiitr 4 AI.VK- rair in ciMi.1 ii-ni.. 6 iJ H . -J ft 3 ? ttllll ki c 10 lit 3 Vil U a l.V ui 3 & ts e il ZiU nt ci: titvr WW "I la. a Ul a i 'i in. 2 bo ut I 11 lUMs-C'oar-e uul heavy i 40 Mixed paeaers . ... .1 K 1.11,'nt MlllUKTs 3 cvv SIIKHI'-e b lie. 3; I.AMII Slillllk' 4 .VI FI.Ol'K- iMn.crii'li'iii UI!.I.N-Vneui-Nn S 1 red.. .Ni. a c en i .Vis s iiiixc Oat-No -J It e- N'n 'J IIAV- l'rniie lo chtia'e l'ltOVI-IDN Me jMirlc III". THIS- hiilie'Iul'rV.".'! II I nic cream rv.. . Al'I'I.Ks.Cn, lie mi i.iiiey - fO ImAi Or. IV lirl I aJ CIIICAliU KI.Ot.'i:-Vmie iilant ... Jell ft 3 TO l tl nr. 71' a ;.i it, s III it. i Ult.VIN- W Ilea No '.'leil .... 7 i N,i. :t i hli'jLt. s, I iin; . ... lil con-n . s; O.VI--.NU .' POUK-Jies- .... .... S U .AKll-s. li, .... 5 i; N V YOlilv. FUll'll W inter li.tetll .... 3 111 WliKAT- So .' red ki 3 si 'iC 71 W ' ut o: ul W!t it V .'nl iS. M KIUX- N .'ii.imsi KYK OA i- M x d 1(1 IK- N i, mess W 25 I.AII1I Wisleril UAI.HMOIiH. KLOCK-Painiiv 3 '." 56 3 .W cil'414 IWS lil ul 70 iJIIAIN Wheal No. '.'ic-il .... SHiuiieru L'urn Mlxnl tJuts No. i while Its . No. - western as JO K4 asu lit 31 U 5 IX) CATTLr I'lrst iju .lily lHKis- Wrsitrn I 7. I Is INDIANAPOLIS OIUIN-Whest- Na 2 red.... ffi 67 31 '.'Di torn Nil nitxisl b& Oats-No. '.' nilxeil.. . 41 I.OU1SVII.I.K. ri.Ol'll Winter lutein 3 O 3 M U 71 ti :n; 4 ViVj H 9 III U DM UKA1N Wheal No J red ( urn Mlxcsl Oats Mixed. POIIK Mess . ... LA1IU steam . . C3 LIKE FfNIHNO MOXKY. The use of the Endless Chain Starch and "Huliinifcr'8 Best" starch, makes it imly 5c you are enabled to fret one iare 10c package of " Kid Crost." htarch, 1 Due large 10c package of "Hufclnger's llcst" starch, with the premiums, two " nnaucspcare panels, printed in twelve tury Uiti calendar, embossed lu troia. tbtaln the beautiful Christmas presents OMEN do stilTcr! Uvcti so-cnlled liealtliy r :n ntiffcr! Hut they nro not healthy! The ttinrks left by pain are on the young faces of many of mtr datif;htcrs. I'ain that leaves its mark comes fn in n cttrnlilo MUST WOMEN SUFFER? directly to remedy for woman s ills. i Miss Kmii.v V. Ha, of 148 Freeman St., Orcenpoint, Brooklyn, N. V., writes: ' ' Di ak Mrs, I'inkiiam I wish to state that I used your Vegetable Com pound with the greatest success. I was very sick for nearly a year with hysteria, was down-hearted and nervous; also sulTercd with painful menstruation and pain in back and limbs. I often wished for death, thinking nothing would cure me. I had doctors, but their medicines did mo no good. At last, by the advice of a friend, I began to take Lydia E. I'iukham's Vegetable Compound, and I am happy to say it has entire ly cured me. JKNNIK SlIIRMAN. of Fremont, Mich., I!ox 743. writes: "Dear Mk:.. I'inkiiam: I that I must write you and you what your medicine done for me. I had neuralgia of the stomach for two years, so bad that I could not do any work. I had two or three doc tors, but did not seem to get any bet ter. I began taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and improved from the first, had better appetite, and after taking three bottles of Compound and one box of Liver Pills, can say that I am cured. Your Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine." JGW.il: SI4.25 JI425 Hi made. This Senlmr Machine has nil the latest Improvements. It makes a perfect nnd uni form LOCK STITCH, ami ill do the belt work on either tho Iluliti-st muslins or heaviest cloths, sewlnir over seams and routrh places without sLippim; stitches. A full act of beat steel attachments, nicely nickel-plated and enclosed in a handsome nlush-llned metal, Jananued hoz, and a complete assortment of accessories and book of Instruction FURNISHED FKEB with each machine. 60 DAYS TRIAL Wn"',P"l'Jmactl'nC.O.D.iinbjfCttiapproTnl.onrecelptof two ------- ui.iiuii. ii.uuc.uuiiunuuu ii.uaiD iuuiiivu .iMii nuaiBiaiiuu youtjcirs-iiion agent s price, pay me naianceanaireignvcuarisiiientry the machine. If not satisfied at any time wlthln&Odays seed the mnchino back tu us at our cipense and we will rofund the full pnrchnse price 7n which ivvvryininK ed on ret Dosiaee 1 W. L. DOUGLAS $3 & $3.50 SHOES "NJ Worth $4 to $6 compared with oiner makes. Indorsed by over l,00O,0UO wvarers. f ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES Till Mil lt ktt W. L. Phi It' sal 4prf Hmf4 bctloa. Ttke no uWtltute cUimeJ to be tv ptod. l.irsf t nitlttrf of 3 tnJ .1.ru ) tbo 1 worM. Vour ileattrhouldkeep them If not, e 111 enJ jruu an&lron rrcrlPtof price. htte klad uf leatbfr, ttze an J width. litn or cip toe. tattloEUt? II Free. , W. L 00UC LAI. SHOE CO.. Brockton. Miu. Cures a Coiijih ir CoM at once Is the te?t lor Jttonchitis, Lnpi vuirsjut i as viuw w iiiiums il. liurhCDPSi. ntKiiniic LotiL-n. nn for the cure cW Consumption I MothcrHai.cit, lKKtorptrcribcit.l Diuaii uu!cj; quKk, t-urc rcmis. Mi IBI rflj.:M II I J ir -s-.. $? fXj s is syi i , a tTT IP ! Send your name and ad Jress on a postal, and we will send yoj our lr pise illustrated catalogue free. , t WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS M j 176 Winchester Annus. New Haien, Conn.JlJ Barters ink The test Ink made, hut no dearer than the iooret. Book In the purchase of "Red Cross" 1 just like fiudinir monev. Whv. for ueautllul rolors, or one Twentieth Cen Ask your grocer for this starch and free m (it ii) cause. If that ca'isc is not removed its Inllucncc reaches out ami overshadows a whole life. The rc:iw)ii I.ytlitili. I'inkhatn's Vej;etablc Cotnpound has been so uni formly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women, is that it is thorough and goes tho cause. It is n woman's feel tell has WWVWWWerWWW YIH CO. Ivjl The Best Sewing macmneon cann At tho Price, $14.25 lor Our "MEIBA" Sewing Machine. A blah-arm, high-grade machine, equal to nhnt others urn aslin&3.UI tuSS.lU for. Uuaranteed by us for 20 sears from date of I'lirclia'p, nk-aiti-t any Imperfec tion In material or wirxmniiliin. Tio stand Is made of the best Iron nml Is nirclr proportioned. The cabinet stork Is perfect nml is furnishes! in jour choico of antique, osk or nalnut. It has seven drawers all handsomely carrcslaml with nlcLel-platcsl rlntr pulls. The mechan ical construction Is equal to that of ny machine retmnllcs of price. All worLim; parts are of the tiest oll-tem-pereil tool steel, every bearing perfectly utteil nnil niljustecl bo ns tct make tho runninz qualities the lightest, most ptr fectantf nearest noltrlessnf nnv mnrhlnn $14.25 It titled at lowest wholesale prices is nstio ai lowest wnoiesaie prices ng to aat wear and use, is furnish eceiptofonly 10? to partly pay e or expressae and as evidence (rJWEST MADISON ST&ft of good faith the 109 is allowed on first purcnaac amounting co oirr oreoovg. II OUP MONTHLY 6R0CCRY PWICt LIST fBet lfl 25c. thafs If you will send us 25c. we will send all you Demorest's FainilyMjgarine for thrco months and give you two handsome pictures la ten colors, exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings. They arc 8 by Hi inches. This offer of this great family magazine is only good fc; 60 days. 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