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A SEMICCLON IN COURT.
A i.egaIl Trea tice on Pnnf.luatuion or a ')haIItged 1Methuod Needeld. I t a tp p , .a ) ', it h a t . ; , t h e ln l tt t e r h1 : - ,'" ' e e corret.y. relpo:-rted. hth florce ,f aL 1. bt'f'o)re' t he." up-ll"e wll rt for ct tI'.nr titn) depetnd. 11 1,(1n I : .n4;i. ',1, . T lhat Ir alh, l . I A'l i F l t,.|" tl t ll.( l' IL' i iiI'h l .ir latlli r .f It if- i 1 I th 'itlII L; (I" i ln h ( SII L.. A iic.I( 11on ini to . \rlti r ' litve tis io n s. b ))st .1 )e to I "t , r o 1 ,i ,1f1· , 1 to shome ithclell aiis s 1 t irf.t s 'I1 truilr. of that nlaturl in til.' ot rrilt 1:tillY lwt whilch la., 1th :in-plate indl,-tr., t, Great IBritain. It LLf:s i s minticolin whi\ch ica'c d tI ll tou.:tlllcs to IL" LL' r r tnde to IIl iilmporters of In lll ' htil it tri - rJingsl ttlt thIg ttl- i intent off th .e µ:.1t passmedl the law was perfectly clear. In thfese inlstances, ald ilprotalIl in the law of Indian.,. ov,,r wvho ..se enslico 101i the sue~nl f coit llL t its sa i to Ie 'Iita i tigr h the I ull 111e . f(L'1 to :rLI'Is ' fronm an inability to tip. th0" fun.vt,.ln of the t '"II "olt, 11. In tShf rtules for pI In ta., i,', 1 in Ithei lfi til lIt rL sm.L) 1 litg-ho.ok t;hei IImmlia ilndicates "a vlise llll.r ltniil fto ont fll t'" and toun1 ''e " t ,he c holon "threr mul the perihd ''four." \with a fall of the Loiee. If thome \\ho Ihaf," livenl writing r-.ies folt pfu c Inat i g 1') o lpostionI L 1:1-) ILg) Ie.d 1 I' t').l L%' foild not h1at' h.l all this 1('<,414}1'. 1))) t hl . teachers hate jt'ifnll ta; g toll I giffLI Lit II leL f r lifears tl-' Ino onelll III Il l '"d1111 1to fIl1 low f1llt,11,111 ltenL p1( fcttII 'ells e itrId ion., 1) b'! |lea-ure'. ratlh0r than !, iS fahe iliare'v with ru ilf i.. M v ry 'rit'i 'rs have a l()erf li' the Ilatn of h lifnclf1tl)1) e litle :.t - l f) 4 il) L'. h111 in i il1, r ffier to g:atlh1e their )l-alhinl Iron) the. .1 :r' 1% con'it ru t'ce ...nt nc' s, 1' 111'4"1at "r tha1n1 ffi clf)Ii IIi Ill l f n r ,11 O t1(rll l .Ig lf t IftiI us i t \" 14.<1 intri '.u V of the I;uena: , delS p1 1101 l i t) l livlle ." r.: . "l!:i" ibr if- the .ial-'. it Sf 1 Lil t -f I Itch trour le 'lf ,' fe rIm . llth iftf 1ri ini ltf if'LI of Orlt I"t S Itf l flli 11r1 . Lti ilitIhere I.h1()h1,1 ) a l-,al trealis) on thIat -ut, je. 't, deh i,,in.,- the turnt of the ofi'T'rt-)t [lmarks '< they ar' .se- tttrc'l thro4ugh If thi " :.arn ot lite 4l,:ne, w I% 'h o)u hl no/ l hosl " %1 o 11) 1.1 conIs'ruI li lth \aw consider lhem1l \\ilh a (i)'1 to ,-vtrtain ing \%hat 1111% the deh iLln o" th" l,,_";hI five hbo)li,' \hich 'm44) 1)4l t11,1 '.;' \\'h1 not hau te ,lodges take the I:,,,L. 11 .tilt' n panl'111ation m)l arklfl.' v (ex t perioti-."tnd p u n cI l' a +, • 1t 1 ) 111 i '4 in l '4 ( t1 ' 1l" I i h ; t \\ ill cnablel" t11)0 to be conrlhlll ( s.') as to carry out the inte'nt of the hgi--latrs N%4)14 10,ma,,e th111 ,( .'---: fao t ", tli'h 4't),,h4 Ile urer: u, c(d. sy inq )uiry if it L%'). not deec'larcctd :n thie t ith,.s of the n..t- h1,1 slves. 1)" h v unke anl iaulefinlit.. s.elni colon., wtiv ,.h an 4 !grossillng o) ,nroll in;g ('lorl, mlilht .ubstilI I e forl' 1 111111( or some ( .11w' " pllnctuation) m)l ark, l o im portal't as to ;unn 1 or ( '(mu e the WANT TO BE PETTED. All Alnitali Enjoy the ('aresaea of the Itawan Species. "D)oe. peting nlake any dlifference ill tilt inth,.lilrence of animals:."'" an a - rial expert \ia, a .ked. "Yes, and often the c'tefet is tlia;lr ed. (ats a li e.'rlt - I" regairded t the least. su'sceptlible to iflinfluence- -ire shlwest. in develoipinl - but. great chaliniges have beein liael( in thetm In t p"itting. In nmany parts tof the country they run wihl- -that i. a c(at aballtndoned lby a famnily I.auise I lIe pTo i'le are tiredl of it, or ec)t'le to) rove it will bring bad lukc, takes to the \toodls and its descendants live by hunting. These cats often become expert hunters and fishers. Soni are caught aind tamed, but 1 hey are never bright. "A eat that li'es in a family of sedate people who never play with it. is never so intellige:nt as one that plays with children. I have known eats that seiemned to understand all that was said to them. I had a eat once that would tutrn sonmersa:ults when beggi:ng for supper. T'ruhner. the great lpubilisher, had one that t'ame to lmeet him e 'ery afternoon when he retuirnted fromTi Ihusi neiss- it setemed to knlow iwhen he was diue. Dlogs show Ith" result of atten Sion even ev i lore thlial 'iIats. Several ytears ago an exp tlrinient. was made at. Itelle Stue hospital which was int.cresting. A litter of nes ly-iorn puppies w:as di vided, part shut up in solitude anid part allowed to retmain in the house. At the end of one year all the dogs were killed. The hbrain cells of t he house dotgs were twice to; large a.s tthse of the do.,s tlhat had been co'nitined. Animals like to live wit It peolple and are willing to be petted. Young seals crowd around their slayers and seem to welcome them. Moose are very susceptible and %ill even allow. women to ride on their backs. Bears do not respond-they arh very stnpid, and, beyond a few tricks, know nothing."--N. Y. Press. Riches in Pennsylvanla Rivers. The coal deposits in the Schuylkill river now reach as far south as Read ing, where the bid of the stream is cosered with coal several inches thick. in a semi-solidilied form. It has tbeen found that ihe deposit in the river Ied from P'ottsille to heading, nearly 4, mile's, makes splendid fuel. The coal Is scooped out rand dried, when it is rtady for use. 'TheI river coal indlllstry now extendi to ieanting antil is gradu al ly working fartlher down streamll. JReading is almost 4tt l miles below tlihe last coal mine. antd the particeles of black diamond have ben carried that far by the current. There is plenty of coal in the Susquehanna ri\er at liar risbyrg, which is many miles below thie mnines. The Lehigh. at its mouth at Easton, is black at tines with the an thracite, and the tied of the strealn is 'overed. It is estimated by conserta iue operators t hat the 'oal in tnhe three rliers is worth many hiundred thou sand dolla:rs. or far more tlhanl the slnds of the 'h'den-lined streams of the Si errasL.-IPhiladelphi n :ceord. Decialon In Favor of the De Lung Hook and Eye. .Italfe .A\clieson, in the United States ('ircuit Court at P'ittsburgh. haI'; just riuul-hred, in the ease of ichlhard-ou &c i) Long Ilrothe rs % . ('ain pbill & Smilt h. :lan iimpltort;nit decisionl of grat interest, sustaining l'tters patent owlned by Ilichalrd.-on x Dei Lolng Itrothers, which oere granted to Frank E. I)e Long for a humpeld hiook and eye and enjoining tl hdeffndlmnts fromn selling the' olden ':r'inig" hooks and eyes. The hook dealt in byv the defendants ere manullfactured l"v thle Colden Spriing Hook and Eye Comnpany, of Spiringfield, la-;s. IIn tlicse hooks the (,s't ions of the straight and curved p:o-tions of the I)e Lon;g loop were re o rreed. The (ourt held that this did riot void infringement, and directed a decree to Ibe entered for the plaintiffs. The ease, which was a test one of treat importanee. was contested at great length, and has been pending for l:most two years. Messrs. Richardson & De Long Ilroth 'frs were represented by Messrs. Straw bridge. & Taylor. Blradbury tedell, and John G. .Tohnson, of Philadelphia. and Frederick P. Fish, of Iloston, and the defendants by Messrs. Allan Webster and William L. P'ierce.-N. . . Times, February 3. ls90. Sacr: the "-orunu1 wormlan. Is the youlng woman tl ing ,uitenly and unexpectedly kiss-l! A.\, yes. ,\!!'l does the oiung womanll raise a line ald ery r ''Te }oung womanli raises a slight hue, but no cry.- De troit Tribune. Thirty earst ago w hni the Salzers twere coinictinig in a .,all but lprolit able xway, a iiarirket. garden and green !he.- I,:-. ine- in La ( rosse, W\is.. they little dcreal , d that \itlhin a third of a ecntury they wioul be the leadlers in the seel-gro\\in g and seed-selling 'ndust y of America. T'he secret of this liphlnoIiintal succesŽ; was quality liberality, push. Nothing in the worl' adverti .-, itself quicl'er and better and more lasting than quality and to the slupe'rior merit of Salter's iortlherr gro\vn 'eeds; to their unusual life and \.igor and to their absolute surety o` growth. in conjun.ction with their .,'eat producing qualities, and this coupled s' itlh thie great. Iiberality of the firm in the \x ;a of rare and many extlras to each i,rlder and push )ack of all. has pl:i.ed the firm in the vani and vn titles then; to the proud tlistinctiox. of Am trica's greatest seed growers! l'he praodilction of rare vegetable sorts and new farm seeds has long been -t great specialty with this company. owning nand operating many thlousalnds of acres of land. Their great eici.t hiundr":s acre 'rial farm in South i)a. I,ota was visited by thousands inter •:.ted in higher farminig, and all rail 'ile rave half-fare rate within the -;ate to any wxishing to see the farm. 'tihe Salzers pay great atIentlion to thI new grasses, clovers and fodder ilants, and their c::talogue contain' the largest list of rare farm seeds found in America. A strong, point of the Johan A. Salz,'r Seed ('o. is tha:t they keep large stocks of everythin in the seed line on hand, so that a customer ordering of then, is always sure of getting what he or ders. A slight idea of the magnitude of this firm's business can be gathered that they issue pirobably the largest num her of catalogues of any American firm; that they use over $60,000 postage a year, employ in the packing and dis Sributing of their seeds upwarots of six hunedred hands and require for their distriiluting warehouse over ten acres of floor room. A five cent postage stamp sent to the John A. Salter Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., will bring you their great catalogue. DrEP.-"It is almost impossible to get seats for the grand opera, and it is a poor company, too. I don't understand it." Duell-"Well, the singers have such weak voices that they do not diaturb the conver sation."-Harlem Life. "The Wooden Hen." The illustration shown herewith is small In size, but really large when we consider that the "Wooden Hen" is no larger than a live hen, yet has double the capacity. It weighs only 15 pounds, has a capacity of 2I eggs, and while not a toy, is just as amus ing. besides being instructive as well. We suggest that every readerof this write Mr. Geo. H. Stahl, Quincy, Ills., and ask for a copy of his handsome little booklet "K," describing the "Wooden Hon :" alsohis large catalogue of the Model Excelsior Incubator. 1.1 sent iree. Mention this paper. Hais head was turned, yet fame had laid No laurels at his feet, He simply saw a pretty girl While paessin on the street. -N. Y. Herald. Sifted from the Blood By the kidneys, impurities pass off harm lessly. The inactivity of the organs named not only cause these impurities to remain and poison the system, but also leads to the degeneration and destruction of the organs themselves. Prevent Bright's disease, dia betes, dropsy, gravel and other ailments which affect the kidneys and bladder with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which likewise overcomes malarial, dyspeptic, bilious, nervous and rheumatic complaints. EvEiY humlianl being is intended to have a charact:r of his own; to be what no other is, and to do what no othercan.-Clianning. FITs stollaipd free by Dr. K!ine's Great .NerveHRestorer. Notits aftcrfirstdav's use. Marvelous cores. Treatise and $' tr ial bot tle free. Dr. Kline, 931i Arch St., Phila., Pa. Ms. MtcnaxEoxrT-- I hive -you for all that ! am wvorthl. drling." Miss'Budd--ThIit's just what i love you for. '-Boston Courier. Wi have not been without Piso's Cure for Consumption for 2O vears.-LIzzlE FEtL St.L, Camp 1St., HIarrisbtrg, Pa., May 4, '94. Sae-"Do you think we are going to have awarr"l' He-"YYes,Ido." "Whatdo ,u think we ;re going to make war on." "On paper. "-Yonkers Statesman. TnloA)T DI.rEA7 secommencewith a Cough, Cold or sNre Throat. "Brown's Broncehial TruchGM" eive immediate and sure relief. OIL GEYSERS IN VENEZUELA. Craters That Spout Bolling Water and Petroleum w ithout Crafing. "Pe'opl have .b1n4 t.alkin: a good deall about \Venezue.la latil1,'" said \l j. .1. S. Steele', of the ~s,tern PIen ' -v l\:iaia oil country, "but I 1;a\''ti heIt.ad of alyone\ - ntlt'ltionlil tit'he curio:us pet'roleum dt po.-its of t.hat country. I \\ts in \V'cu, zuela a ftwx yar"s ago :all isitltd t le district \Sh er," t'trolll n is foundl anl w as mnore" thin astoni hled to learn that 40 ct'.lars )'before' wo began~ to use pe troleum as aln illumlinant in this ,coun trv--\\ her" x . hailed it. as a discovery -- the natives of t hat tart, of Vetnezuela had beein us..;ng it, for that purpose. There are malny curious oil wells anti re(servoirs of potroleuuli in the Unit'ed States and other countIrie-s, but none so amazing as those of Vienezuela. "This field lies in a high range of rand hills betnween the Tara and! Sar dlinarte rivers, not fia- from the point r. here these two streams beconme one. The tumlmnit of the range is punctur('ed Ibv numerous cylindrical craters, from i:thich hlilingl geysers spout consta ntly. The water is so heavily charged with 11ptrlenumn that six barrels of the oil have bee'n t:i-irated from it inl all hour at a singie untain. lThl- noise D&d(ln by thes, I . , e o!tm n: sers is similar to that Inadt' by thrte c5laltinl stailn (:f loconlotit..s. Dl.. co'lllulllns of -team' rise from thi in to a great hl iglht. The wate'r and oil running front Ithese boil ing spouts :are soon ab:sorlbed by the porou.s hills, from tlhe d'eplths of whihii ti' phenomen1al folutains riS . Site ilar -,,ys'ers are freqt' lt it all Ithie countr"ý lyin/. lbetween 10 ('CtatumLo Lind th" ('ordillras. T"lhere are all tim mntclle de'lpoiits of Ulphalltur ill that r,-gion. "li.i t h diision otf Vt-enl uela kni tn ::s ('cohl ia l ' itll r I 11:I .silf .t llL -i l alhunda:nt. It is in th',t di'tri't that the naLiv's ]itle . hurrtir:,d p)eIrolcllm for itre thal t ihtree-qflx arters of a t lr :I '" It is us.d « ithouti rcthiin-, or Va< vlhn 1 \01l there. I 'crh:lps solnt' .lit' lrprl- ing Yan.ce hai- g.t t.hcr, n ith a r' filir'y siiInc then. if ionne h!;is, there, the pt-trolhnlen oil of ('olomlnlia. (On lth,' llainl of 4 ('u1i/.1: 1,lth :apl haltul' ll a ' . i11 i.trohauin deposit, hale a, wide fithl,. \othiin"' hail 1: li, donle, tihe year I . in the' \. iy of del\t lo0 i ' ill any of Ill thes oil or : ipihaltunl districth. The I - tr11o1a i t h:li' lt in color intl rlati .s Sh ,,at , - new , h -ard of at; ot)lir l~ (t alit v w tttr ' th 're are il n iiat l lral -toi ti - Tsfells of nt1 tltitr. 'The natites hat' only one t1-e fur ast-il'it i. Year' aIl sotml Veu" ,zu lan who used a boat sInmrcd fly-thttomn \ ith ashlialumn tto Lmake it wat rti!cht. ]larlnecls are " great nli ,anccto lto natmien alontg thin. coast. A.ft:.r awhile it was noticed tlhatt no harhn(";es .:ttachh lthuniselves to t1.e boat. that haul boeen smeared with as plhaltiun. Sincetheneverynatire pain, his hoat, from heel to giunale -,with a:sphaltirn and defies the harnncles." \.1 i THE FRETFUL PORCUPINE. Not a (ood 'Mouthful for a Sncnking Calf to Tackle. The poreupine is often a nuisance to the settler in northern Michigan. Iis faith in his armor has made himn so f,'arliss that he of'ten roes prow l ini aroutdl houses :t nii-ht and eter, in t he daI tilme. looing for son.tlhinir t cat. A.\yt.hing made of w\-on l that I:n. an artificial flavor attracts him. T'he salt-saturated states of an I old poret I ar-ni and Ihe peculiar taste andl odor of a was.htub are what he likes lest, but he is not. very particular. If nothing else offers he n ill attack the louse itself and gnaw away the wood from around the heIad. of rusty nails. 'The sound of his teeth rasping a 'ay on a hemnlock hoard is enough to drive sleep out of the township. Many a hionmesteadcr knows how it feels to get up in the middle of the night and kill a porcupine and to have the ilosllitnoet to settle on his legs in thousainds n hi!e he is doing it. Sometinmes thie poren pine clinmbs up on the roof, and it is astonishing what a noise he makes there. le tramps from one end of the house to the other, and brings his feet down as emphatically as if he weighed 50 pounds. The quills on his sides and tail rattle on the shingles. and oeasioually he stops to nibble. As you lie awake and listen to hiim you w\onder whether he is likely to gnaw :t hole in the roof large enourgh to drop throurlh, and how it would seenm to have hIi tumble down into your bed. if the settler has a dog he will prob ably be obliged to pull quills out of its nose two or three times before he learns to let porcupines alone. But dogs are not the only animals that suffer. A young calf always has a firm belief that everything in the wvorld is good to cihew, and he sees no reason why a porcupine should be an exccption to the rule. A year or two ago a calf par ticularly strong in his belief made his appearance on a farm in the upper peninsula. He would apply suction to anything he could get at, though his owner's coat tails seemed to suit him best. If they were inacces sible-which was not always the case -he would get hold of one of thle spokes of a wagon -'heel and u 'P awnia on it as tir'ely ai if h e.e thei suctllOl hose of a. seat ire cue, n. After alxint 15 iiiu:t:' he would give it iup with adisg e.-tld -xpression which seemed to sad': hat wagon imust le out of order'' and tackle a hale of hay. One motning he turned up at the stable wit.h t irt ;-four quills sticking in his nose mind loIer lip. lie had evi dently met a porcupine and had at tempted to pe rpr the usual opera tion with even lei than usual succ'ess. lie looked :s if h had grown a beard and mustache in single night. It took two men to h d him down while another pulled out e quills.-Chi cago Rlecord. --It is the old les. -a worthy par pose, patient energy or its accomplish ment. a resolutenes undaunted by diffi rult:es, and then s ccess.-W. 2M. Pun shon. PATENT OFFICE NOTES. Patenilt on explosit s have been is rued to the number of 3u0. The biildl,rs of tall houses hayv 1,6"c9 elevators to choo'.e fromIl. l'apier llnilhe goods ha'le lbeen pat er.tal to tie htnulmer of 3.::l1, Of air and gas naIL'ines ,,.',? dilTterent ,artti,.s hat5t'e b.t- patentletd. (llanuIo~, guns, pistol.; and projec tile. are protrctted by 20S ratents.. )ne tlhllandlIl and ninety peattnt.S hale Iwntr i-nied for I'ain g. There are 4.240 modtels of pItented punmps in our \W\ashingtlon othtit'. The Amlleric::n roof may be co,\ired by many one of 663 patent ro,,tings. Knives, forks and spoojtlli are pro tected Iby patents to the number of 2,10:1. There are 3,,St3 m0,dels of difTcrrent I:ivds of steam boilers in our patexnt oftice. There are patents for scrubbing IbruSWlhs and brooms to the nullllllter of ,15S4. T;ihre are over 50,A)00 patents which in one wa}y or another benefit the ial''amr. COME fWE T FOR YVOLR HEED. That's whait we say, iheraose it's the best. Sulzer's 1\ isconsin grow ii seeds are bred to earlinless a111l pro.]uce the earliest eVecgtalles in the tworld. l.ight alongsiide of other !e lmienn' earli(et, his are r:0 dt a's ahead! .Jut. tly his earliest pen.s, radlishels, lettuce., eIIl.hage, ete! le is the largest grower of falrm and legtt:aible seelds, potatoes, gra.ss..s, clo\ cr. t1 e! IF YOU' Wit.L (IT TilIS OUT AND SEND It to the John A. Salzer Seed C(o., La Crosse. Wi'.. \\ it. tile postage. you will 1,e1 saiip pI::<.iageoI' Early IBird taldish (re:ily in I datls) and their great eata logue. ('ata:louue alone 5c postage. (K.) lcs that is ungrateful has no w:ilt but onei all olther crimes mIay pass fL' virtues in him.- Yung. Deafneso Cannot Ble Cured by local appliiations. as they i'anntot reach thlo diseased portion of the car. lhere is only one way to cure detlnelts, and that! is be coustitutioallol remedies. Iicfluess is caused by ali intinlmed condition of the .ui cous lining, of the Eustachian Tlube. When this tube -,ts in llamied you have a rumnbiiig s.ould or uIperct l hearini, Iand when it is tin ti"elv ci se,, deafness is lthe result, and iunless4 thO itllanitlation can be taklon out andl this tube rest(eiot to its lnomal con dition, hearing will be d((stro3 ed forever; nine ;ases out of ten are caused by entar;th, which is othiing but all inliamed condition of the hInuous surfaces. \Ve will give OJloe Ihundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrhl that canll be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. Mentl for circulars, free. F. J. C'HENEY & C(O., Toledo. O. Sold b li)rugg.-its. ;:5r. Hall's Familylills are t1he best. THEY who htave light ill th,.mselves will not revolve as satellites.-- Aon. ... KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, Who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. !I You are sure of Pearline-it record is positive - imitations of Pearline injure hands and clothes. LOOK OU . as good as pearhnle - he s foohlingyou - it tothing elsie so good as Pearlhe P d ers aedde poor stuff- hPe har is role sold at irst-lass stores. oMade by James Pyle, New York. STEEL CABLED WEB FIELD PICKET AND HOG FENCE. FENCE. Also CABLED POULTRY, GARDEN AN RABBI' FENCE. KAI..B. ever artincle to he We manufactre a complete line of Smooth Wire Fencin d jgrsrneevrar as repre,;entcd. Ask your dealer to show you thi Fence. ATAO4 jiE FREE. D--- K L FEI-,TNCEID. , PLUG As good as cin be made regardles of price for 10 cents Other Brands Only I Ounces for 10 cents " Don't take our word for it. but buy a piece and see for yourself The Cat Came Back Because there was no place like the home where they used Clairette S* Soap This Great Soap makes home, home indeed. Keeps everything clean. Keeps the housewife and everybody happy. Try it. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St.Louts. DUNICAN'S LINIMENT the OLD reliable, "- 'IESTFD REMLDX L e-malm Headache, Toothache, RheOum atis and PAINS geneerally. G. W. C'UNT.ER CLXNONVII.I:. ALA.. says: "I haVf fo:nd D tUNCAN's LI.INENT " .tobe the best remedy for pains generally I ever saw." ,, FORCOLIC IN HORSES and MULES It is a "DEAD SHOT." L WEBB ~AU.FACTlIN. G CO.. Proprletoe, a NASIHVILLE. TFNf. CO. does alf thbe worald's TIUBE A]ER!L(7P-J. It ba rduced thte oat cr windmill bl At was. It bas mar1 braonch wid powsto 1d snuppie Its goods and repars i door. 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