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PRINCESS VIROQUA. M. D.
EodonioK Lydia E. I'inkbam'i Vitrei able (onijtonnd AfU-r lollowiug Its Record For Yearn. "Dkab Mm. PlmUUII : Health U thi jrs:tcat lsjon l-:.t .wed on human ttjf anil therefore oaf thing that can restore h st health In n Idcasitg. ! eooalderLydin B. ritiklmni's Ve-g. ctulile CuiutHiiinil aa a blessing to Mute nnd Nation. It curca her .Both ers and daughters aM makes Ihcm well and strung. rwwawi viit'H.ir Viv: u, Pbj ian .Ml letuier. ' For fifteen Tear I ban- nitcd the rfci of your Vegetable Compound in urn,' special dlaoascs "I "'men. ' I know o nothing superior tor ovr.rian tr''.:l.lc, barr-'i:tii.s. and It h.i MM td hundreds of danrcrous operations where phyMfiaoa elalmed it waa the only chance to gut well, t'lccralioii and Inflammation of the womb hrui Img cured in two or three weeks through It" use. nnd n I And It mm! aa horbel rsoMdjr. I tinhraitat laWt firo it nr. highest endorsement. Fiofrioallj yoarn, Pit. P. Vkiooia, l.ansim'. Mi' ii." isoeo MBN iasar. r Vmitai fa aai ysssSM II vulture ill llmiot MaMttl K i bottle of Ljrdta i:. lMnk ban'a : i omtmmti at ;uul writ t Mm. 1'lnk hiim at i.vim, M 1 I. for special advice ; it hi entirely free. I batata. "Hume i ai m hn. statue vi I nr. ba pj u m.v ttslehaatc, hut sada! mads ibeprot paper. 'What', the objtel t In Uniiai, mbjm J tii.it a I on the dam f tht i . ii n LahM ha i'-n' rcnutketl tha laid donn a K.iriM n '" a-kel the tele- ac i'i K-in. kntwt - i iihaWl an a .ni'ir, that tna te, an Irtwiati. a attll . ii araaaafal t tua tatrirawi " I If thai , Matti f ulil lw a MM AtpAff '. "Imti; Qffftlt. 11 ! I . iM-rr. .rr tl.e i .,tt'- t'n- ft M h t r Mptf- 'I "1 iiei .. "iNra tu , Ui - ri-n If Mfl lrv -ltd H inj! and iifirr Voyl ' .rn Hie lllrl ll. i ii (I ll.i.i. I. l.ete. Mri lit . i ,, . of I) tn ,rlrr, Kaaa . I v . o 1 1 ii t i af iludjf to tlie aktllful 1 1 . i i it Mm d nieoa ana - . ' i. ill v.... iiij.-lm.rr ami tratoaa t ir In Hieii met I !. ( treat Marat, ii.;' ' I'i i" ' Ijr. .iU'.'' lily, and hmf I nun: i t !. t-ria'.ii-a are re Uinr I " I ' -r Pftpil : IW ir- Itnnwn the worM oiit.'i I I tire received the hajbeat iapOVW1 lata Irnra t ie nardieal rararthliMnri il rn'r'" i t;ie inlelhiiviit limi.iarcier and tsterrr." I haai.i' ill naar. Yra.l i' rr i PhOadflpaii c -nt" 'cr l.aj vitilen .i -Mil aatfp, I rtraanelie'il, Yra. and I bear Ibajr art t'-init it hi i ijcaga M a ftafttt J ataftb. unker. t i' -in 'i Deal Inr lUr axfela. No nuMt.' m -.it ai! jrou, ftcatbebf toft Danccc, uu will nevar pet in-ll Mitil )our bowtisarc put rtfbl. -i.iii:i Uelpttaturc, nr.' yon ail 1. 1 ii .. , . of i.,un. produce i t . natttral in . i '..' , coal ou juat 10 'ti . in atari getting ui iicaltli bark, i .1- .net. indy I at iaj ic i b geruine, put uii tu Metal hosta. evei UbM Mft C. CT& .:.inNd nn it. Iteiv.re id ioritfttMM "It-m't inu kiioii itu i up 'in I tn amnke. fl. Inl" Me pbrai fta 'ill. air, DM it'- tu' i'ii! ii. 'i l' in gel relief fresi MMe Me w hi 1 1. a." IndiftliBpolfa See .. 0 IVr rtr.l and ITtli lb Norfolk fta em Iti vill i ti rnoad trip lietoto frnm I ui' innall nn I I oImiImm tn patoti in the irgbale and I'aiutinaa at gnatl)' reduced rvlee, Ki r :ill iiiO'rn.it'.nn .1 10 . aildrc. ill. 11 l!. ;i. I) r A , i". i: It'. 1 ,C'inen i.jti. Tn mill the ( aa. .Ijkr I nra l.j. an RqftiliM uuae, haan't the? K-ke Uoa eoajld I k' 1' IW alwajlg luii'. : up at mi Hftrlfgi Life. Tra.elera lull II lllraard. 01 all the bleaainf. ihat a railm.nl rnm enny om coaler upon .1 Intig aunVriiig pub lie, nunc 1a greater t halt mi. k"le.. 1 nal . The latkjaanra lUitroad hum. 11' Inr wIjku all traveler .all f bat road hleaaeil. No m.'kr! McMt, It, (u.liri n.iy well iaapir ihe gntttude and pairi n.iiie of a grateful and apprcc.itivc uhhr. Im ing. 1 mil In 11. Slmr: Ik. j..u lei;.-.. a Mb (eel il'C mike it. -Tundl.nl' kni.P T."B-t It all depend. VYbftl aie yuu (eel inr for BO1 I .u.r . Daily Stmt. Mo-aa tin rnaaxh and Tt'orka nn the t old. I AXatlre Drmu, 1 (Julalnc TftidflU Itioelto. l-ai k a h g ia too of1 en hlanird on lack af coabdei e Atebiaon UMw, A Doae in Time Save Nine i.( Hale'e ll.in.'y of HnrelinuBd and Tar (nr t'nhla. 1'ike'f Toothaehe Droi CM in one minute. um mm arail a. U il.ry were the .oiart at iib earth a.hing:no (la I Drn.urral. I'iic'. run f f i .:i:nrdion an u.faT'j. b!e medieir.i- !. r ii'iich. and eolda.-I W. fcamue!, On II 'o, ... N'. .1., Feb. 17, 1000. 1ery man hi, let kia deforauty.Atehi on (ilobe. Halt an kaar i all lb time reqilred to dye with 1 1 I N UM ' ADEIJCrW DYES. The lea. luek a man baa the more lie d ejiaea 11 I l.,,li New. THE FIRST When her little or' taught le-nlght. Oh what .hall I say? Wktr. M Jemea tor hia romp wt'.h m. Id the (1-0 ol' ar. While -h. net whit- whirr the nihi nlaea blow When he. wlih lo thai b eai.fi know. Ul-full ihoutt aa lb earelrsi ms ! What aball I aa) what shall I aa T When htr llnle one k to-Blht. Oh. what -hall I fay? Wton ha prat, (or h.r aha waa Ml Out lrure tn-riav. When hi stks (loo's bier i lug h-i ant mt. A Matter of Knowledge y JULIA TRUITT BISHOP I 3 u.'TrMlrt.taa.t- .. tia41a.l M ...lillielled to tell ion. Mr. Martin thai your niece ! any Ihlnit hiil nli(aelory." Mi Martla liniahed rouiitinir her HHntaM. nnil Ihen limbed ip Mllb nn gSpgkMalM lhat wa almowt like ur prlae. "Why. Mr. HftHMt" rhe aald. In lhat gruilr little lour ' her; "I am aure 1 Ihouifhi on ihonirht " I Ibnurhl you Ihouirht." roared Ihe ,'odg. "Whai do foM mean h) all that crn-rl..nierni'..ii. .Mr.. Marl in Did you really think anything on ihe ub ieel? No. madam, m.ii cannol proee lhat you did. What you look lor; Ihi utrhl "en- merely Impieanona, ni.il n ry IftftllllwUle onea ui thai. Your liiipr.-.Kinn b. thai I wa ! laird with Leonora. A week ago lhat niipiil lime lieen Irue. hut now it ii not." .Mr. Marlln arrlied Inr eyebrow. In tMfigg urprie. kNUM ahe an oMltag Mere itlleM und MMM M.ik jii.t Ihen. 'r.iiirleen. tlfle.n. al-lleen," he aaid. preeiitli. "Wlini ha Ionora been .loiuif. Mr. Mnrtin?" "lib. It all mine ftf not liavlne laken h.r when we look Kih.l." aald the jiiilife. -lill tramping dl and care fully nl I Ihe room. "Ve raie.l Kth.-I saraelrea! or rniher. I raised her. for miii are a .aie lolhat fanei work, whlrk Hie g.Ml confound! and now look ni Klbeil I ir e. I to pel you In . ui f..r luilh of iMh but you mu.t let yillir iMtf ffct I mm. and now- lir -oine. llllM thni yoni totally . leliii.ni la, and ihe reau'l Irr Wal a wonmn IMfwMMi Mr- Mnrlin. lotatlyt "Y.- lull nine. I.n.e lei-en what hn. Lmtaoca been dotny, Mi Mnriin?" ' lining. Mftam? Slu- haa be-n do HH Rol king ll i Ihe Ihingn ahe ha nid. Von know uii Well the plans I Mm I" i ii making (or h. r a hntid- teaM girl lib thai n girl that could mrtrrv anybody, mn'nin iiiiiImuIi! nn. I I look pnlne t Ibron ,irrr ( or- dmiiri's .on Into her society, and I rmlly thought slu- wa- phased with kM and so lnt week I h.nle.l thai i Diking would delighl inr MM, And nl.nl lo ion think -he sunt. Mra. Mar lin0 Whal do von anMMne M.s. Ion orn I ml Ike . (front, ry loan) lome"" "I am .lire I don'l know." aid Mrs Mnrlin. h. Iplcaaly. Win. she alMiighleiied loraelf up and Mild: Tncle Ad. I haven't Ihe ilighlest objeclion to your contin uing to eh. ose in) dree for me. or ei.-n MJ hills nnd hoea. log I doh'l like shopping; hut I am going to i boose M) koaMM for my self, if you pl.a-. " Think of M! The llllgenle ful minx -mil thai lo mel Thai comes of InkiM Ull I- aller nlber people hai rui-o.l t lit in ake'l lieen gl dovan, nn.i i l....lv I. hi Ibl n privat.- i.il iu-r since thm -old a. ice to I'rnuk ( or s had no eyes (or any Morns boy a nobody ! pcrelari lo u t. -nth rale collgre--nlnll, "Mnili" yon don'l underKtmid Ltoa orn." anfjgvaled Mrs Mnrlin. a n Inuilkll way oul of Ihe ii nienlly. Tin' IrBilip up nnd down l h- room een-. .l and an apoplectic MMRVnOOM was I iirni d upon Ihe lady with the fnney work and lohn. tin- colored MtlQOl who had come in to pin on nu.rc conl. remnrk.il lo Ihe cook n few minutes ufn-rwards; "Hi. de ole J.dge suttinglv do lake on when he loe his temper' Kf he could je.' ln' off an' hear hiss. If a rarin' tin' a pilchin' when he gel riled, he'd ho' put MMM If In dc lock up fo' dlalu'Wo' di ience!" "Mr.. Mnrlin. how do you auppoae I hne cier been nlde lo olilaln my pros. -nt position nl the mr without being ii judge of human nature aa well as of the law? Do vou not know that ! am guppldl tl Ihe lu-st Judge of men In the Male- that it hs lieen re (harked in Ihe pre that 1 bine Ihe faculty ' reading men at n glance? and do you Insinuate thai I am ant ftble lo judge ll slip of n girl, not JO year old'.' Nonaene! I know all MN M I know that sh- i- n ier rere young woman, beni on her own drslrio tlon. If she morrle a nobody like that aecretary. I'll never ee her again iii-ut! No. iiiodam. I w ill not '. Ah. here' ggj girl Where you have been this morning, little kitten?" I.illle Kitten, bailing her head on hie ahoulder "lown to Ihe liook alorr, I'ncle Ad, lo jrcl that magarine vou wanted." L'ncle Ad, radinnl "Ah. jut aee that! Hhe liarely heard me mention thai mngaiine: and yesterday ll to get my umbrella mended. She never forgets her old I'ncle Ad. doee ahe. peir I'el, twltlng Ihe l upmost billion of hi coat and amiling up at him ra diantly --"You were iiiarreling when I came in, you know yon were. IHdn't vou know that you air ieot a!'c.'.d t .piarrc!? What wna it aboui, air? iell roe this Inatant!" Cnclr Ad. beginning to grow red again- "Oh, nothing at all. I am only amatrd at your ulster. Ethel aituply ama'd nt her!- there, don't get e clted. pet, it' nothing aerlout. I wna merely remarking that if your sister took it into hrr bend to marry no body. Ilk that Morria Gray, tbea I am done with her foreear." l'ei. pretending to (hnkr bin. by mean of the button "Oh. yon drradfnl old ogre! You know you'd forgive her In n week!" Ogre. furlouaty "roitrlre Bar, ntaa? Whin do you know about ll? Only let her try It, that' all. I really think abe'd be allly enough lo do It; ncd now that I Mve warned bar I aball not ttood the l .irl..han. A porter at a cerlain elation on the Caledonian railway bad been granted leave for Ibr purpose of going lo Edin burgh to be married. In addition be was glean tbe cuatomary return mil way pa a a. Oaring kia a bar no a wf tWkat opb lector bad been pot la, wM, mpm Ben edlak'a return, demanded hie lleket Hectdlck. who bad pot both pa aad Marriage eerlMtealt I tM MM fooMt, by MmMsm. tutmt M kt- NIGHT. And pa lh prrr th .uhi him to prmr. What fhall 1 )-. what halt 1 aayt Whrn our IltiW- om call hr nam. Oh. what hail I a Whrn h cnUn her emty room. Anit comra to (ay HI mil hot i hk ayalnat m fMh, w iiri: h aim m rrcrivt rue Kit trie m brae from hrr out there 'neath the roM hart , clay. What Mhall 1 yoh what phall I yt 1 IS K Kltw r lr. ChkuKi, IUi r-! H. r.,!d jual leave her to think it over nnd act for heraelf There, we'll not lalk I of it any more, (let the magailne and , read me lhat article I naa talklag : about." The reader will suppoar lhat a week haa elapsed aince the conversation juat recorded, and that the gout ha, tn ue an expression of John's, "got de ole man floored." !n thi condition hi temper ia not angelic. John and the cook have agreed on that point, and Ihe family have been ciiially cer tain of the fact In question. Leonora has beard ihe rhangra rung on br cxaaperatmg and undutiful nud un grateful conduct, every day. and bun lieen reminded, many limes over, of the awful fair that await her If he persisis In ker present most uionlh ing and unwomanly eonre. Hill having made thi ncrtlnn for the hundredth time, until I-conura may br auppoard to have grown aomr what ac-rutome.l to ll, tbe gout gave him an extra tningc one day. juat aa Mist Leonora came In, mlliiig and rosy, and heard of thi deaprrntc fu ture without a tremor. "Hut why .!.. .do I cire7" roared tb- judge, uiiring his foot and his wrath with equal teudrrncaa. "A vou make vour lied, so you mutt lie. Marry anybody you I ke. ml! Marry the .lev "(lh. DMM Ad!" cried Mia Leonora, rushing nl him jubilantly. "Do you really mean thai you are not going to try to make me mnery frank?" "Make you marry?" shrieked Doata Ad. wild with rage. "Don't lira fool, la-onora!" "Oh. I n.-le Ad. I'm o glad. Iiecaute, you know. 1 like Frank and I think he lit. - me in fuel, we like cm h . th "What do yon miniiT Whn'.lo v'.it ns I live, you mill, you nrc in loie iv i ih I'rimk!" Mi.s MoMMO. vv.lh a prim and fetching air- "Ibl!. I'lirle Ad. you knovy I was not going to Im- made to marry nuy luidy !" 1 n.-le Ad. limping wildly aroui d Ihe room Ha. ha. hn! Thr cunning little enseal! Mr. Martin, conn- lu-ri ! 'I Ii n Is of her fnnling her old uncle that way! Where's Kthel? John, .-all Kihel I want het I want her thi minute. How surprised she'll lie! You llltlr hMM-riie! Thai's one tune I wa taken in, I'll admit lhat. John, von illicit . what are yon grinning at ?' John, solu-r on lh. instant "I wan t a-grlniiina. aeh. Ph ase. seh. heah's n i.oie Ml vvaa ji' Irf at de do' hy a while Man, seh." Judge, searching vainlv fur hi- sp.e tai'h s. anil iinulde to lind Hum lie. i-ause they are on top of In-, bend "I'onfomid thosr glnasi-s! ll.-r. . M. Martin, read this letter!" Mrs Martin, reading "Ih-nr I uele Ail. Morrl and I were marrinl lb morning ui St Paul' We hnvc lieen engaged ever ilue a month Mfogg MoOOfO MM. and we didn't wnnt lo run nivnv. Ml what tkl conid we do? We kino-, lhat you can n.-vi r forgive us. so we won't ask it. nnd. of coiirae, we'll I..- nana, hut we Mol mind Ikat. So. gooil by, dear old I'ncle Ad. nud dear tuiilie uud Ix-ouora. Your Lit tle Libel." The sensitive reader will please ex cuse himself foe a few moments and leave Ihe room HOlll the wor-i of the storm hn blown ou r. Hy th.- menu he will return jul In-tinn t.. IM judge rnging up und down will, u l.tno and a look of agony, and to h.nr him roaring, lion wie; "Kthel! Klbel! That child' Why. I enuld have told every Ihoiight she ever bud. from her i-rndle Up. Slu wn as lraiisareiil as glass, maduiti' And I here -he has lieen engaged for months, mull r my very noe! Where did -Jo meet him? When .lid she see him? II. Too they eve have u ehnnce tu talk nlHiut love? Mi I b-lirve Leo nora knew- kll nbou' it! Ah. look at I rr face! II make a man .loiilit the evidence of hia own arniri when ha ran lu- eiii.iin viiilcil.hoo.lwiiikeil.de r. ived. by lhce girl; In pinaforcal Md lo deceive me ine!" Mr Murtin. Innnaaolto "Hut. Mr. Martin. I IfcoOftri II "as Lconorn that you ilidn'l wnul lo marry Mr. (iray. You never aid a word iMol Libel. If vou didn't wut t I'.ibel lo mm ry him. why didn't you uii " and then, of ciinrse. I would bnv. tried to prevent il. fo- ui.ybiMlv mi.bi have known that be anil RUM wen- in love with MM an other " Judge, sluggering hack and sinking Into a chnlr "Ha! Another! Mra. I Mnrlin, do I mulersi ami anybody? Doc any man mdOOOMM any mini. I nn in the world? Arc you n woman with a mania for fin cy work? or ore you a female KhrrliM-k Holme, with a lirbblc In one um kel and a red eye Insh In the i.lher?" He kicked .it the slool beforr him, and then remeinlierrti hi goul. with a shriek ol nngnNk mid threw it niag arinr nl John, who had fnrgotteu to leave the room. "Are you alnnding there grinning y-.t. you ( bchlrc Mil ?" he cried. "Why hiivcn'l vim gone bftgf ber. air? Oo and bring her I m l. at onee. do you bear? at onre! Who take care ol ggg BM Kthel? Write a note. Leouuro. and tell her lo come. I auppone ynt migbt a well Iell 'em both lo come," he added, jeruriglngly. "(or jul a like ly n not nhc'd refnae to leavr bin. Nobody know The man who think he understand women ia a fool." "Sixteen, aeirnleen. elgh-ten." murmured Ihe female Sherlock lloimea. 'Yee, nab. ITI git 'em home. eh," aald John, whoee ronntenance wa nil one broad grin. "I knowed you wan t n-gtrt' to hoi' out no time." "Another!" groaned the judge. "Another!" And nfler aereral inln ntaa of sllcnc-. the judge, a very deep ly humbled judt-v now, remarked meekly: "Angelina, that bi a very pretty thing yon are making. 1 don't think 1 ever noticed It before The collector opened and gravely scanned ihe "ilnesi" ikeo returned the in with a kW head-hake, and : "Kb, eh, mom, B'a n lerket lor a rerra tang ride. Ml nae on Ihe Caledonia ratlwoy." Londe Spare Momenta. A Mary sellle MhootMa'aM wna leach lag her class tM mysteries of gram mar "Now. Joh-Jnle,"Mldaie,"iD what IMS. do I speak when I say: 'I stc Maulifoir " TM Hole Mtlow an gowMdi fo-M m a wlkki "TMpoak" WIT AND WISDOM. Wbea a girl treats another girl the beneficiary always roabe profuia apologlea. Washington (tn.) Demt crat. A man never really know a tbe valm of a dollar unleea he la followed by a peraiatent colleclol. Chicago Daily .News. Mr. Slutaoo "Tbey tell me Neigh bor Harris' eat la dead." Mrs. Htut.un --"Ob, I'm so sorry! Jt uaed In lake up Kido'a time so pleasantly barking at her!" Boston Transcript. Knrouraglng.- He "My Iraln goes in IS minutes. Can you not give m one ray ol MM before I leavr you for nterr She "Kr--lbat clock Is half an hour fast."- Brooklyn Life. Information Wanted.- Miss Kural "And were jou never In the country during tbe reason for husking b. Mr. Sappy?" Sappj "No. The idea! How do ii.ii husk a bee. anyway?" Philadelphia Pres. Speaking of moral coinage: Aa Atebiaon woman cleaned the entire bouse, baked all tbe cakes, sent out U invllatl ma and bought ihe print, and didn't tall hrr husband there wai lo lie a parly until the door bell rang. Ai. I. ;...i. (ilobe. HMM He Was Larking ' think papa is jutt as mean as he ca.. he," as serted Ihe little one with Indignation. "Why?" asked her mother. In stirprlir. "Ob. hr nrvrr can tell anything sbout the rbangrs lu the weather." was the reply. "Why doesn't he gel thr rhru litatism. '.Ike Lucy MU'er't fathers Chicago Post. STANDS IN TWO COUNTRIES Post OMer 11 u 1 1 .1 1 n Thai I I.aeatr4 tall. The m.wt curiou poat oflice it Aiiii-e .-a is tbe one which stands in Benbt Plain, a loan half in Yermnnt ami hnlf in the province of QOOkftO. Inn.. sa)s Ihe New York llernld. The old post ofllee was l.uill about 75 y.-ars ago exactly on Ihr line be tween the I niled State and Canada o that ll stands In two countries and serve lu Ihe po.tul ervlce of two na tion. The cellar of Ihe building connects the two eountric. and nome year ago, when the Mit oflice was a gener al store, whisky wa- koowii to lie old .ii our country and delivered in an other without ever having gone oul from und. r Ihe roof of the old struc ture. This continual ion post office is now li.-ing run by parent and child, the (atber being postmaster for Canadian Qui-lie., and the daughter poatm! tress for X'ermonl. Standing in front of Ihl strange post ofll.-i is a large p..t which marks the boundary line, and it i- said that oi c tune a man who wanted ... get a roadway lu his premise moved this poet, nnd many thousand of dollars nud no little time were spent to es tablish the exact Itag again. I ntll a .hurl time ago a very pe culiar post oflice was used in Argyll shire, Ktigland. It was sitituteil In th. Ion. ly hills MM Drimuln and Mo rr. three miles from any haliitn tion. a.. I .-..nsi.ted of a .imple slit in a roi-k. eloac.l up by a nu-.-ly -fitting stone. When my letter arrived at llrini oiii (or tin- district o( llurr they were conveyed to the rock by the br.t shepherd or crofter going so far. Ilnving been dropped in ami thr lit rcclosr.l. they were left until a shep herd or crofter from the other side hnpiiei'i'd to MMM along. hn they were taker, up and delivered at their due dcatirnf ion. No letter was ever known to be lost at tin primitive po-t oflice. At llueea. Shetland, nn old tin can ister, made watrr-tight with nrwspn fiers and pilch, was MMV picked up on the shore, ll contained ten letters, with tin- correct cash for postage. With these wus alo a letter for lh. Under. Urgently requesting the post ing of the M QMpOOybng missises, as tht-y Wei-.- important bit-iuess com iniinicatiou-.. After the letters had lieen carefully dried they wen- at once posted to their destinations, which they reaeheil without further ndv co lure. ATTACKED BY A HERON. Inn Ksrssslir MtM line aC Ihr Wsil. .- ' "I've hunted gill J I king from gray squirrels lo grirxlirs." aaid a veteran : Philadelphia iorlman, rrcenily, re ports a local exchange, "and Ihr near "t I ever came lo lieitig aeriously in p.ireil by any sort of gamr waa one lime when a wounded bird nltackrd and tried to kill me. "I wna a b..y then, and went down lo y creek lhat flowed through my father'a farm lo watch for a mink. It ,wa early in the .-.ening and a blue heron mme and sat within templing glllish il. I knew It would spoil my chances at mink in shoot Ihe bird. anQ I didn't intend In do II, but kldllke I ralaed the gun and look a m jus! too I see how I a0M kill it if I would. I lowered the pun ard then raised It igaln. Kvery t me I raised ll 1 would touch the trigger gently After awhile ; I touched it too hard, the gun weal off. I tr.d I started toward the heron, which ( wuH wounded. "I thought it would be a good .'heme lo catch tbe bird, and startrd -lit tn do so when Us bill shot out like la sledge hammer and struck Ml be tween the eyes. When I came to my tenee It was dark, and It waa several minutes longer before I could rrtorm Mff w herr I was or what had happrnrd. I A Utile harder and Ihe bird would have i killed me. I tremble yet when I think 1 nl what would hae been Ihe result U , the hill had struck one of my eyea." MMM Ml I'li.ek. The Colonel "Y'ou only have to I -ireaoh one sermon on Sunday. Code Mtcajah? 1 should think your eon I .-regal ion would Insist on nn rvening I sermon, loo." Uncle Mtcajah Dot's 'coz de I t-onp'gation bra hrern me pieoch. ! -unnrl, an' yo' Min't." Chicago . Nrwa. j fViwalr rrlaanera In Enalaad. Ib-twent -hi ooo and 40,000 women : pna tr.nu.iliy tbruugh Ihr prison of : Kngland and Wales. Taking the ftg ures for last year It appears lhat 72 per cent, hat! hern previooaiy convict ed, 47 per eenL Ave times snd more, and U per cent abool 7.000 women to rime, or more. N. Y. Hun. Paamlb Trtala. Mrs. fiw agger- That horrid lira. Puf Ana, Mat door, baa bougkt a new tags an coat Just tike mine. Her Htisbnml That's Ihe war il j toes Now I suppose FalHua wffj bve t is tor me.-twoaton font. stir MaTtve M Tutta. rtsherman Do you mean to Mil e poo Mt mod-hens? Boater Why not? Id rather eat MM-Ma 1Mb os of row : fcffm i -M ' ' g 1 JoWr.infH? BRACING WIRE PENCE. Kverrtklaa tlrid. an the fcrlrntia aad tlarablr .taeharlwa wf the Vurtnoa i.nd r-..l. Kverslnee wire fem es came into una. fnrmer have been devising and pul ling into use many different plans for hrnrlng or anchoring Ihe end or cor ner posts. Some of Ihe mean adopt ed are aatitfaelory in a way. while othrr-i which nt (Irsl lgh appear to : be alrong and substantial, are. when we give thr nutter a little thought, only clumsy. Inconvenient affairs, wh.ch do mil have the least no I. an 'cal reason for their being applied to ANGLE BRACR8 use. Of ail lb ways for anchnrlnr nn eud (Mist that have lieen observed or described, the una .ovldltig for Hn having J) anchor block firmly ea tahlisbed against undist urlied enrtb. la IM beat-as It gives unlimited power of resistant- aa regards th" part which is tn Ihe ground. To brace or aiirhur Ihe post nl n corner of n flrbl, which has to resist the pulling effect o( two lines of fence at direct angles lo each other, nothing is better than to use two cables or roil anchored al right angles, or in ' conformity to Ihe two line, of fence. As it is not always possible to run a struight fence from corner to cor ner, slight angles will sometimes oc cur which require the posts lo be braced at these Miints ; - well neat the ends or corners. The nieihod In enm- ANOTIIKH mil "K IIHAf'IC m.tn use for this purpose ... nhown tu the Illustration. Pig. I. Kither a brace post is put on the inside of the angle or an anchor rial or cable on Ihe outside. Both I Mm Mattel il hi.i' the d .advantage nf being inconvenient brciiuse in Ihe way. mid (he t.rsl is, to s.iv the least, very unsatisfactory as tegurd rendering the fence more stable Where a slight nii(.-le of this kind . unfurl mint, iv met with, il ih a I., tier plnn to set two large and durable posts at each miglr. about three or four feet apart, lirac. each of these -Hisls on its lower line of resistance by putting n heavy brace fiom lis top In the foot of the next pMt, which ihouid also be a large nnd firmly im M4Md one. llelwion the two pols which are Ihu kfaeed and set nearest to . aeh other, let the feme wires Isr left slack so as lo allow these posts to Im- independent of each other In rr spei'i to line of resistance, ns shown In Kig - While a fencr in which nti angle of this tint ure m-iMir i-miuil be nintle as staldi- a a perfectly straight one, it will lie much more i a 1 1-(n.'lory than If brnc.il in (he manner flr-t shown. - J. U. Allshouai, in Ohio Karuter. CATTLE FENCE OPENING. A MM I an MM tliriiua h 11 Hrallt Oal l nlllr ami ll.irses I MM A gale in n wstiir. frnce is i.f.ena source of MOen hut her. A icrmanetit passageway through MM n fruce it llPKNINO IN A FtNi't! lhaoft in the cut A pgfOon can step through il readily, and it it alwayi MM. bin cattle cannot pass, and, un 1 ke a gate, they I'antiot force it oieu. Such an om niii't in a fencr can be made in a few tumults - Orangr J odd Farmer. MOM an Mael.nl. TaiLrrt. If turkeys arc will fslt. nrd mid art ml tu market In a dirty, shabby, cramM-d iip MM they are apt to lie left until late In the day. and nine times oul of ten if the Market Is well ; supplied thry will not aril at all. jual I MtM their appearance km ek. d them out Again. If turkrysare placed in a rlusr coop so thai they are i-oin-pelled lu sit or stand in a cramped run : dltion. when dressid thr brratt and th'gha will be very black and not fl: for aale al any price. T! c people who bM lurkrys for holidays are people who understand all these ihu. and will not buy thrmat any price, even If , tb'J arc well fattened. Turkeys ahoul.l not be fed for 4 hnurs or al leaal 11! ' hour liefnrr shipping, as wh uTiol fed I they will not drift nearly as much and : will be in better cond.iion for dreta Ing. llural World. a IatMre tail foe Unas. My bugs have a lot to themselves It is seeded lo white clover. I prefer : the red, bin bare failed lo raise il so i far. I prefer an extended ri.ngc for ) brood sows and pig and a limited ; rangr for hogs that are tu be fai- lened. 1 consider pastures nrcesaary i to successful bog raising Trees are I good thing for shade, but I prefer i temporary shade. Hogs should always Mr pleat) of good water. I have ne - er been troubled with dlaeaae among my hogs during grass season. 1 like ' lo bnve a pasture provided with a vai sufficiently ,arge for the hogs lo WSl- ; low In it. The sides should be curbed j ' and the door should be of cement. ' t rock or osk plank to keep the water ' . as clean as possible K. A. Haines, in j I Barmen Bevltw. T.p-Ilreaalna Wheat fields j Wheat may be top-dressed in tM ; fall or early winter, 11 tbe man ore la J line and tree from coarse lit tee ft Is ' an excellent way to use the laanurr, i ao an to preserve it from loss. Aa wheat land la plowed in the full, it 1 Is conaeqiiently loose, nud the rains j Carry Ihr soluble portions down to the roots of tbe plant.. Tbe roots also follow the plant food lhat may . M Mrrled Mlov lie top-noil Uy j top dressing wheat with manure the i oteMe are also, to a cert sin extent, I protected is winter, wosm im tew of IM Manors at this v" - t5jsa-ss MB (aLi FoirfiA yioYilp ( aSr Frh.rcisco,Cak!. Ujiaville,Ky. Maw York, MY Tor savle by ajl druiMa Price fifty cerii par bo. oPORTING SIECIALS. Cleveland ha signed a blackmllh nniii.d LundlMirn a. a pitcher lie throws a horseshoe curse. Bob Fitzsinimons it now an Amer ican cilircn. Hr was grnnted papers of MtOfSilMtlM in llr.a.k'jn thi otto er werk. All Ihe vvrettlrrs otthe world pro. p.ise to form a footbnll team to play In PJII4 Their strength will probably be in "fake" plays, Miss Previous krOOfkl '" '"' ' ln New York hone .nl". It was the lush est price ever paid for a yrnr.it g. She will lie expensive jiroperty if sh. lives up to her name. The StttSdSMI a' the Harvard Yale game wa. MAM, AMOt IMM people -ns game, in Chicago Thanks g'.ving day. They call ImIMH brutai, but thry like It. Jim MallM. the Philadelphia fight er, ia now In Australia, according to the RtlktMU Sporlsman. and has l stit d a chaihiige to any middle weight In Au. trails. S-anlon wou aomr fair flghl in thia rountrv . PHYSICIANS MUCH INTER ESTED. Northporl, Mich.. Dec. 9. The med ical men an ju-t now eagerly dis cussing a gMOt rcthurkaldc cure of a sen-re case of Kidney Disease in this county. Mr. Ityron II. Leslie, of NorthMirt. has for yenrs Mm n vic tim of Kidney derangements with all the consequent pain and urm.yance. He wn gradually growing wor.c and ns the disease ndvaiu-nl he became very despondent, often wondering if he would have to endure this suffer ing all hi lifetime Hut ut last he found a remedy that cured him in Bodd'a Kidney Pills. He was much pl.-as.-d. but did not say much about It I. tin good off-rt he exiierieiiccd would not last. Now, however, after months of continued good health he has . otu luded thnt he is permanently cured, and lu an nouncement of this has caused a pro found sensation among the physi cians and the M-oplc who knew of hia apparently born-lea. condition. IHE MAKKETS. New Vurh. I C VTTLIi-Native Ht .-rt . . .1 4 M tii-niiN Mittdbnit Fl Jil'lt- W'lnlrr Win- ll ... Will. AT- No 2 llisl i 'iiKN Nl. t ivvnt-No : II IKK- Mess New llT. UJL'M ITOTTOM- M. in.- UKLVBS -Sl-ees Cows and Het furs i At.VKH iM-r ti" lhl III ut. Flr to Choice UIKBP Fair In i 'holer Fl." it'll Pateiil (Ilher (trades WHKAT -Mb : Hrd ( i 'PN-No. 1 1 llA'IO-No t KVK-N.. : i THIIAl'I'li I, US" Lrnf Hurley..., HAV Clrnr Timothy 1 llt'TTKM Choh . lulry It A" '' IM I " at Kin I. .;. is Fresh I'i UK Hi m.l ir..Mrln w ; I. A 111' Chill, e Pimm t'HlCAOO. ' t'ATTI.K -Native We. es II. MIH Fair to Cholcr lli:FP Fair tu Cbnlcr 'I'MH'll Wlnlrr Patents . Horlns Patrnta.. WHKAT N.i 1 Bprtna No 1 Rati I I'liKN No 2 Yellow ii cm- No t tt il k Mm KANSAS . n 1. CATTLR-Natlve Mrers ... 4 71 III MIP Fnlr I" .'htilct. . iw wiiK.sTJ.il : "i "" COKW- f. t OATH No t White ... ... . .. a NKW OIH-MAMI ; Ft-iil R-Huth (I i sure .... II ci.KN-No. 1 V i (iato No. t a a I HA Y -Chnlee II I I 1-iiKK-atsnelard Mr. 15 7'. 4 HA. -ON-Priori Wh Wile . IW C. .TTON M!.li!Un i-tti'iavn-i-R. WHKAT- No K.u (viHX -No. i a a oits.Na 9 I. 7 1 ftAl-nN-Miort Kit. tft ooiToa aiwnn M'VO W i. i. I C. O HTI, I III II (I j i i: m I 11 II. ll II u It I : fl ic i I --M r.r, .1 70 B'V fttbatfauiOUUrai The Sale Million of Dottles of Svmt' of Figs and tbe tiniverul MtisfaetJon w hich it has given alteat tbe fiact that it poaatiacs tbe qualitka which rommend it to public favor. With the- diffuaion of knowledge ol what a laxative hould be and a general understanding of tbe fact that it should have a truly laxative and beneficial effect and be wholly free Bom every objectionable quality, o; sutstance, the large and growing de demand for Syrup of Fig shown that it is destined to sapplant the old-time cathartics . which were generally injurious aud usually disagreeable as well. In Syrup of Figs one finds a true laxative, simple and plesMnt to the taste, gentle in 1L1 action and bctHiiciai in eiTect. In the proctM of manufacture figs are used aa thi v arc pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal virtues of Syrup" f "hP m c-"icd from an excellent combination of plauU known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. In order To Gel It Benefit iul Effect Buy the Genuine Manufactuicd by the f V fit 1 .. Thai w Mrer ef m mt my TteMKlft BjQDUvI skJ0 a.,.. Ik I Itmi pa abueo hami L-o ir joai .u tut iba lot ai $ft.. fiMjhw a Ntf 'u ."'.vr-' .-i ,-t-i...- it ' ftgc 4rtti IT-ar.A tJ esv fnti. (t$i w tl-f-. 1 1 .rj d .crt, W. L.DOUGLAS 352 SHOES UNION HAOt n IV w t ite , ? ....hi t nVt-nvei than Nr tuorr y.ui & - JU. j .-- t.iai any Mbo-r V. . I !-iil-1 A" (K .tra-t flUMtlKHi ""' ' -tin .i.ia niiii vu-uu itsrt nn Im-U( ujm.i ha Unit W I. lmc hoc tti. e-m li-rwbefe rn rotp of '"'' ' mi"fri.i mi i i-srst aa gix.wn : wnlfii tv.-iai f worn l-!ain wf ran ! : Soavt. inM.nni C ATAI UKi ritKK. W. L. DOUGLAS, Hoped ffhet aoslJ HssTSelr ( .i.rae. Mui. erii in krown Why on i iiiiulon't rcu get fSM hustiand to cut ad k ulna krr. Mr- Ss.iftisB June. 1 enuldii't lnvr l.tm do it for Ihl world. I nant luni tn let them grow an. I eel tlrm all nut of bits-item. Stray Sioru. Per,, ins eont.-niplj; a.-; a jourr.t) 1'att M Weal should be la'i-ltu thai IM rail - naiu lor their trantp irtati. u do sol i Masd t..uu charged bv t ic Ni-k.l Plate Itoad. Tni. lumi-any altrav. nflert lone.: rate and thr BSTvM is cUnieut. I archil at tention is gven to t lias ivanls el nil lirti and Menad 'las. passengers by u.uiuime.t c .lured attendants. The dining ear icrviee vi the Nicks! Plate Ituad is nls.ve eritirism and enahie. Ihe traveler lo abtaja MM st from tiiirly live (.Vo cents to $1.00 lut no higner Thr Pullmsn MPtM is 'he usual Ugh grade n iiulard. Semi vrrkly tran.. onti nental li uii.l tan ply httween Allanti, and Parilie CMSla Confer with BSarSSl sgent of the Nukel Pi. He Itoad. Iter lerulallaa Medium. "She s a lerv cauti' ut iroMM. Kspeeial ly alsnii C "'ip. Ka oman ever In aid l.ir retail am tt.dal." "Hut I a n told tli.il tt.irie. saMdM to her in n , l sty do get out sSMahnw. "Y. '. I ks i i -.e. the tt .i-1 1 em all to her sasbaad " ( MeUhd Ham Dealer. UiP YOUP SADDLE. DRY! mWmm POMMEL SLICKER P80'E(T5 MTH Y RIKR AND 3APDL6 tetf&,Si.M HARPCST 5T0R CATALOdUU f RCt ansMna sun i i INC or iitmfHTl AND HA A J TOWER C0.teOSTOH.HAM it nil! ci.r.vNKn 1SH a M I'M Qi usira nir. i-i'wiilnLM fin: i, ui triu iVi.fioifM III.AV V v, Al'l'; ,-. IU.1IIM1 TUB Sttor. VMllsKctrdl Mnb leas. Til r-ii . , i TjC TruJUiui ii.- i v iu'stJ vim win, ii.vii. laatl istrnt.i' i -. ' si.. Yol on mi tut, i mmim )N POWDER! faMaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM- WKF2 HEW PARTY CAME -fm Hurae ol Frttsds. Alwi K-ii urn nt... oi . I aril., ouch wll ll ri,,itio' i'B at If. ss l-iissi'Srtuns. Plsrs . eer SS Imnfor.vl IJiim-. iii-iiui i. in- wnsit bikI -unnsa,.0nMpleie map of all IT. H. IVs-a-ston t I eilr with each go-mo. MM M DMUMhM malud on risvupl ol i-rn-i'. -is It. nrsi. Write uo-r .Puh, hy ; a. Nra, imy.U. (-oprrtahi isul. DROPSY tSISI B- W-JUot, SW BiaOOTHT: tress , v K I-e-lta-i a tsz vac mssttsi t'sasti." hr Our lUrtrYwi Um Orf Ybi fcw ifcBj IbjJ ,? Jr 1 I l ac . ! Annually of f tba lapgtaUna of TT, I. It . ill s il.'f .1 Mra ti.'l W 83 22 1 tru l ihiiiii fl. anala4 m Am lrta. . in r 1 m otvf W. I. Iteourlao i Mlit I . I ' I rt-.oi VMQ rtrc. imvIi ol III" ojni Ii Irti -: ile i or' mm r.""- m im -n tlh name aad prtet-tetampdrtl p'- H mm i "W if i isona, -maw -- - r . jf hi b-t t Brockton, MU. : f, .1. iwli.fjej.1. ..I.-.S& ' Usds oti illrsrtlt-F SlsSSS, IS ENTERPRISE Food Chopper ottbf. I ; r-ai 4 im-jo.ta- mmmtc 1 1 f i. i n--r SamflaBMa MMv ivtii'. (r 9ii" at Aaraar. ( rutin H! t- soMMr- HMMMMI IHE CUftKpmit HFC. CO. at Pa, ihllaalfhla. U. ft. A. vtnNiwy'r'1 ' -A f aaaa, t-Hit-M la ami tftoM p urmiu J wai- Sawyor't mm Ml ' f: ar4 amaMlk. WH1 ' r r aaj; , i rei a or aaaaaaa t c k r , OUMkawa frvt. M. 5 vyt it ton. Sot tttta- Cat! Caa-drMgs. Haas. The Contented Fanner 1 thxmau whnwef ttan ,s falitira In cm iia pMm4hI ret ira for kia l.il-nM..fntl ba Isr-t acvrtal a n i r v 1 igt u b v t 1 1 a-w4 . i tap-1 ber b.ib aNwaaia ailiaata nnti aciiBt haaHa Tneaa o vie m Iha aawlae an tha lavMi-. ' w aiaata wi'U, arkldsta ron in 1 mm t Mat rwat rraln tod raMobla IajmBi or Mm t AwinlboiM. Aibcr-.a unit HakUtMwmh pti"Mal aaa taara mM to rtaa nf fire ata ' ilhoja f- r-:::"'"' e. u. -aTsWk-sau. Aeeir mi r FUUR, 1 a-i--.rlnl-.adrT. I l-nmi.r.llim OlteB f.Htrt. rlo l . J , Bill H'li IITI i SB MMlittsJfcMM ( Sle-n-. Ill J S I IIAW K..HII li W till IB SV. tutu inr, . ; n t mi. wan ii .. s. Me Liu-nidi, iBdlBBai-ou in Caaaaiaa ue-rasa-aerit Aatmu lilt a I. rns or Tins r api:h lUCSIIIINU TO BCT ANVTIIIS0 AMB7;tfli IM ITs rul-l'MR Mot i.i txairr t;iMt uaviso WHAT TUET ASK 1 " tt ni l 1 -IM. AU. St'aatlTUTM OK IKITATillNS or oca Kiasr-moOsomassMs-MOM fOHTHKl wtw.i.i.Bnt.B.a.atioiwa.aiaMa. PILES !"sfflris54 mmiSw, Mim Ism MaUIOMIl kOMa." swss-ro-y nsaw ( aaiisiiaii'j,ss.a--sisac.aiaisMytAtlft A. K -B 1 .'-nr to X'.. .jSJB i f S, :U BW-aw" jvBaav! f'Right Hand V RAIN 't. Ml 4rl - ' I