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k ,, eleuliant ers more creases to hi trousers than any other slums'. They seem to be sort of a kilt pleat with a bias slope. ,,. : not very fashionable, but i upto date . tnkinn care of himself. Some sudden, I violent Pi" crease, twist or contract the muscles or temlon?, and this is ihe nature ,t a bad sprain. If neglected, ibe creases increase and eo does the pain, until ome dillictilt to straighten them out hut by t he prompt u?e of St Jacobs Oil, the' friction or rubbing iu its application and the curative qualities of the oil will ..,v,ih out the worst twiit or create and et the iuucle in natural shape, where it remain, restored, strengthened, turea. urlniitness in usine it insures prompt cure and when the sprain is cured, it is ,-urtd for good. When your lier if inactive, when you are .lull and drowsy y day and restless at night. tuts La-U s Kiuuey auvi ui:t umw". TEA GARDEN DBIPS. Try it, and you will fttid it better aud sweeter ij rnp 'tiau you ever tastea oeiore, lash's Kidney and Mver Bitters cleanses and renovates Me vital miia (or dioouj aim ntiiut lully etiiuulut- every bodily function. G. Scotto. an Italian peanut vender rf Santa Monica, has just discovered hia heirshio to a fortune of 8,000,000, which has for some time awaitedjlrirfl in his native land. i ..h L i.lnpv and Liver Bitters act as a mild cathartic, removing all undigested aud refuse matter from the stomach M.J Rowels, and cures GUUmtmin'M. It tty the Mother of IstmUm. "If a man keeps his eye open, he many a fanny thing while nding on street cars," said a regular patron of the Peters avenue line. "If you will take a ride on this line some dark night, frequently ahead of the car you'll see a light waved across the track, and if you watch closely you will see the motonnan begin applying the brakes, and thecar will stop, and a smiling col ored gentleman will board the car and laughingly say that he got this car to top for him. I found, upon asking a conductor one day, that the negroes in this part of the town have caught on to the fact that as that part of the city is black at night the motormen of the swift moving cars cannot detect their presence on the track in sufficient time to stop their cars for them, so they, fig uratively, 'hang out a light for the car to stop,' and it seems to work both to the satisfaction of the colored population and the motormen on the cars. " Neces sity is the mother of invention, and it seems our colored brother has hit upon a scheme to offset the lack of lights on those streets back of town traversed by electno cars. New Orleans Fioayuna Dade Harjiis; hghhido By VIOLA E0SEB0B0. ,i v-iir msi-rr mt umisnBsaa Persons you meet every day, WILL DIE OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE or some trouble of the kidneys, urinary or female organs. WHAT CAN BE DONE? In such a serious condition you must secure the best remedy you can find in the market AT ONCE. There is only one absolutely sure cure for these troubles, and that is "It has stood the test of time." X Bays and Diamonds. One excellent use to which the new X rays can be put should interest women. It seems that by their aid one can read ily determine whether diamonds are real or false, for the rays pass quite through real diamonds, leaving them transparent, and not at all through false ones. A real panne when photographed would show only the mounting, but in a falne one all the stones would turn out black. Strangely enough, the X rays will not penetrate glass. Eyeglasses, if photographed, come out black. This proved useful in the case of a Vienna glassworker who got a bit of glass into his finger. By the aid of the rays it wu discovered, extracted and the workman cured. St. James Gazette. Been a Boy Himself. Practical Father I want to buy a watch for my boy the cheapest you have. Honest Dealer I'm afraid I can't warrant the cheap ones to keep very good time. Practical .Father Oh, that doesn't matter. Just make it so he can open the back of the case. Strand Magazine. 10O REWARD S)10O. BLANCHARD BRO. & LANE, Successors to COLUMBUS BUCCY CO- 213 & 215 Market St., San Francisco, C ax. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, and giving the patient strength bv building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The nronnetors have so much laitn in its cura tive powers, that they otter One Hundred iionars tor any case mat u iaiis to cure, Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,. Bold by Druggists. Toe. Hail's Family Pills are the beat. ON TIMK, And very early too. That's what any one should be in treating one's self tor inaction of thn kidnevs and bladder. The diuretic which eYTwrienp.M indicates us sumilvlnir the reaulsite stimulation to the organs without exciting them, is Hostetter's Stomach flitters. Don't delay; kidney inaction and diseases are not far apart. For fever and ague, dyspepsia, consti pation, rheumatism and nervous debility, also, use me miters. We Intend selling, at pi about JIJO assorted vcnl rices never before quoted, ii-los which have been re- moved'from crates as samples, at our San Fran n0,.,,.,i,Ti This clearance sale will per haps last about -todays, and if yoo need a buggy. Phaeton, Sumy, Roculuagon. SjHng or farm wouon,call aud see us or write and we will ss- are extensive leather manufacturers and do not expect to continue this business The i. iT.,. en will he reorganised in the very near future, but intend doing a Jobbing Trade, selling to dealers only. rth well Mr. Mnnnvhiin. naime lust what ever you wish." "But, doctor, don't you think that s just a little too dear f Malaria sind rlp positively cured; also allother Medical and Surgical cases guaranteed a cure or no charge. Reasonable terms; call or write; confidential. DR. CRAIG CO., Medi cal Institute, 1846 Market St, San Francisco.Cai. I believe my prompt use of Piso's Cure prevented quick consumption. Mrs. Lucy Wallace, Marquette, Kans., Dec. 12, '95. 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Satisfaction Guaranteed when the Remedy is properly appuci. k- .-v. w. , MENILINE MEDICINE CO., 11S1 Market St., San Francisco, Cal, Ipil HATCH CHICKENS bV Hot Air. FREE (iltalogue and Price List nt ih (MPonvFn stock- Tnu IHCURATORS. Brood ers, Poultry Supplies, Thoroughbred rouitry, Vitreous and Belgian Hares, W. H. Young, 709 K Main St, Stockton, Cal. Sweetest and richest flavored table syrup ever made. Try it. Mr. Grocer: there are thousands of people who want good tea (many don't drink tea now, because it hasbeen either costly or bad ) and here is Sa'iillius Best good tea at a fair price. Don't you want to sell lots of such tea, and money- back it if vour customers don't like it A Schilling & Company San Kranci'Co FINEST IN THE WORLD, FINCK'S "C. .C.!1$AZ0R "iT.'ii,... ft-tt and 6-8. .50 each. v I7.nhunv.rl If nftfc HfttUfactorV. I. till ire u.w,"., - , Send lor General Catalogue or Catalogue of Sporting Goods or Barber Supplies WILL & FINCK CO., 830 Market St., Sa Francisco, Cal. FOR PEOPLE THAT AM SICK ot "Just Don't Feel Wall," KTsUlVER PILLS are tha On Thins to -Only On for a Doeo. ' Bold dt druggists at Bo. a M SanplM F ree. Addraai taa Or. Bsasnks Mad. Cs PUla. Fa. Mrs. wisklow ' Swoi uino to hup should always be a ul tr children Uethlna. H soothes the chiia.jwlv t. ...... i h.. .ii....ii,tn khi-m winri rollc.and 1, I the hut n-iuwl, rur diarrlioja. Twenty Sve cents a bottle. HisthelKMitorftll. kaaaaaaaaaaaai 3 FRAZER AXELAESE KIT IX THE WOBXD UllUflWlsi Its wearlnsj qualities are unsurpassed, actually outlasting twoboxi-s of any other brand Free from Animal Oils. MKT THK QKNCINK. fr'OK HALK BY OAXirOHNIA ntERCHARTI and Dealers generally,. 1 Beat Couab Syrup. Tastus Quod, tas ; A Intlmft So'jd b t drawlsta. J Bottled. Dp ! Whether in the form of pill powdet or liquid, the doctor's prescription fot blood diseases is always the same mercury or potash. These drugs bottle np the poison and dry it up in the system, but they als- dry np the marrow iu the bones at the same tame. The auBDleness and elasticity of the jqints give way to a silliness, the rack ing pains; of rheumatism. The form gradually bends, the tames ache, while iWrenitmlp anil helnlessness prema turely take possession of the body, and it is but a short ster to a pair oi crutches. Then comes falline ol the hair and decaynf the bosnes, a con dition truly horrible. Contagious Blood Poison the curse of mankind is the most horrible of all diseases, and lias al- rvays baffled the doctors. Their pot ash and mercury bottle uo the poison, !j but it always breaks forth again attack ing some delicate t organ, lrequemiy t the mouth and I throat, filling them I -with eating sores. S.S.S.. is the only known cure tor m disease. It is guar anteed purely yege- tabw, and one thou: land dollars reward is .j tn. -wt Til i fie LUUiiaiTs a UUC1CU IV wawv. " - , never fails to cure Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, JJcrewa. Rheumatism, r ... rr other disease of tn kii ' if wnu liaye blood disease, take a remedy wWcb trill not injure you. if V J Ann't do yiolence Deware ui iutiji . . . . , . i to your system. Don't get bottled up I Our b o o k s, sent free to any drbest. Bwlft Specific Co.. AUaais, us. f?0TASHf I'fciAf.Hli.si! It was no thanks to Harry's wisdom that be had not made a decided blunder in his selection of a confidant, for Mrs. Peytoe, like many a better woman, was ail bat snre to find a man In lore an odious and tiresome or a noble and grat- u?mg spectacle, according as be was not or was in love with herself, bat now she was moved to an unusual patience with Harry, because she was sure that the colonel's eligibility for marriage and In all probability his inclination to ward that state would be much increas ed by Charley's entrance npon it, 1 want to measure your ftnirer. Miss Kate, " said Harry, standing in front of tier. Mercy on us, what for?" said Mrs. Peytee, leaning back and looking np at mm with brilliant black eyes. Because I heard Miss Charley say that yon eUid she wore the same sized gloves. ' He was looking down npon her with a pleased fatuous sense of being rather neat in his way of introducing his sub ject and of shining n little in this early scene of the lovely bappy drama he had in his mind. Charley in turn was looking down np on them both from the garret window, She now saw him sit down on Mrs. Pey- tee's right hand, decidedly close to her, take a string from bis pocket and begin what proved to be the troublesome and lcugthy task of measuring the forefinger of her left band. Of course it was Mrs. Peytee who took care that the little task should be amusingly difficult, and of course Harry was so innocent in the masculine way that he was all unwarn ed by bis conscience of the coquettish character of these delays. From her window Charley could even see the shy, happy embarrassment on his face and the quizzical, half languishing glance f the wid dw. Naturally from all this she drew con clusions, and inevitably, like most hu man conclusions, they were erroneous. How natural and assured her mistake was, however, bow little it resembled the conduct so often displayed in the first act of a play by a heroine who sac rifices all ordinary intelligence to the interests of the playwright, probably ouly those can fully understand who have some knowledge of the curious and complicated code that governs flirtation and lovemaking in large sections of southern society. An exposition of this code would be interesting, it seems to me, but my present mission will be bet ter met by simply saying that Charley, according to the ideas in which she was bred, had good grounds for feeling that she had looked upon a more significant scene than any that hud passed between her and Harry, or that, if he were only flirting with the naughty Mrs. Peytee, it was ouly the moro probablo that he was only flirting witli her a form of amusement, this, by the way, in which np to some rather indefinite point he wits encouraged by society that is to say, by the women generally. Such things are mainly regulated by women in any society in the world, and it is perhaps not aside from my story to say that Hairy Williams was exactly the sort of young male creaturo who never has any clear idea of what are the sub tleties of any such code, no matter where he lives. The measurement for that fatal ring was hardly finished when Charley turn ed and flung herself face down upon the hard floor. She had no conscious ness of a right to blame any one. She was conscious only of pain and the de termination to hide it. Now, poor Charley was blessed or oursed, as you choose, with an unusual command of feuiiuino powers of dis simulation, and her natural pride, which was great, was re-enforced by a social training favorable to its strongest devel opment. Now, it put her upon a course of self control and play acting that for the tinio seemed like tooost her cruelly, although, nccordiug to her lights, she was behaving with just that virtue aud discretion which, if southern women are to be believed, should most endure happiness. She treated Cousin Kate with deferential cordiality anu met Harry, when escape would have been uoticeablo.with pleasant, elusive, mocli ing gayety. He felt and could not un derstand a sartdouing change in the tem perature, argue against the fact with himself as he would. Life in such a place as this is as if the whole world had taken hashoesh and the ordinary measurements of time were lost The long hours in such a household are more than weeks amid life's ordinary routine. By evening the day after she had de voted herself to this purpose Charley had contrived to spread a subtle impres sion of slight but growing weariness with Mr. Williams' society and of an awakening disposition to be interested in that of another young man. ine 01 fices of the mining company gave an unusual proportion of young men to the small circle of summer visitors at Over- tonix That was its one great recommen- utiou. In the meantime Charley was begging her father to let her go for a visit across the mountain to the Alpine House, a much larger and more fashionable cara vansary. He paid small attention to ner and put her off with saying ne a see about it after the wedding; that he must take her to that. Harry cursed himself for a fool ana carried himself bravely, with a sinking heart, but quite without that self seek ing, domineering spirit or pursuit mat women love in lovers. He had heard, it is true, of coquetries, retreats and fenc ing on tho part of women in love atlairs, and on these traditions he tried to hang a slender hope. What in the world would ever become of sincere lovers, handicapped ty tne helpless simplicities aud duplicities ot youth, in a society where they are left to work out tneir own saivuiiun, n " were not for the faint guidance offered by tho literature of love stories! But already tno ring naa oceu aom for. Three days passed, ana tne weaning was at hand. Nearly all his guests irom the hotel were to make the journey to Art Karkins' in "a big wagon," sitting upon straw piled in its bed. Harry had given np the hope of the buggy ride with Charley. He was afraid to propose it lest ho should be refused, but under the encouragement of her smiles tho same idea had entered the brain of tho other yonng man. Ho en gaged thu buggy nud eugaged Charley to rido in it So lightly did Jirs. Peyteo carry her duties that she climbed into the big wagon, ignorant of thia little game ot puss in the corner and sappoMng tiarry was carrying out the campaign he bad sketched her. Her mind was uncommon ly preoccupied with plans fot the subju gation of the colonel, who bad been showing of late a coquetry unbecoming a gentleman and a soliner, particularly one so rheumatic. Harry saw Charley depart in a bitter- of soul too deep to be prof and by the pen of such a light minded character myself. Then, his feet carrying him if with a volition of their own, he started to walk through the woods to Harkins'. the place where he could look npon her once more. There was no rea son to suppose that in any case be would not see ber frequently for years to come, but be did not think about that He felt as if that night bounded life. As Harry came out of the primitive forest upon the wood pile that occupied Art Harkins' front yard be could see through the door of the log house, by the light of the little festal fire burning in the big fireplace, the newly arrived guests as they greeted Mrs. Harkins and the white gowned, red armed bride. Mrs. Harkins, in her purple calico, met the occasion with the true mountain eer's unspoiled, easy cordiality, blessed ly unconscious of any real social dis tinctions between white folks. Dade showed an assurance of a different na ture. There was a something in her hearty welcome that might be attribut ed to a tolerable understanding of the business of the coal company, but simi larly fortifying know ledge failed to con fer the same ease upon her father. He shifted uneasily about the room, wear ing, sure enough, his broad hat upon his head, but touching it politely when any of the ladies spoke to hiin, and be hind him, when he could get there, kept tho shamefaced groom elect, sunk iu that peculiarly painful misery which apes delight aud marks the man in bis posik'on the world over. Harry watched Chnrley as she gently insisted upon speaking to him and bent her tact to lightening his sufferings for an instant. Then as she disappeared from his view he came on, as if pulled by a string, and after speaking to his hostess stationed himself where, from across the room, he could best see her. Besides the hotel party only the white haired old circuit riding preacher and a few of the Harkins' kiuspeoplo were present, but these, with the family, were enough to establish their own rigid rule of etiquette upon the company. Every one was forced to feel that the least gayety or relaxation would be a grave indecorum, and tho occasion was mark ed by much" the same manners as pre vail at funerals. When the company were nil seated, tho yonng couple left tho room, nnd three minutes passed, tluring which silence prevailed or was broken only by whispers. Before they knew it Harry and Charley caught them- HUNTIHQ THE KANGAROO, IldtU( Sport for tho Bpowtaaaaa of tho Aaatroltaat Island Coatiosmt. There are two ways of bunting kan- garooa In Australia, ono followed by notlv hunter and the other by white men. The Datives aurrrund a herd of tho animals, narrow the circle and then. when the kangaroos daeh at them Is wild efforts to escape, kill them wit short spears and dobs, commonly called waddle. It Is lively work for the native. Tho kangaroo ue It hind leg viciously and with great judgment, and dogs, horses and men have been torn open by the nails of its hind foot. The white men prefer to follow the kangaroo with dogs. Every herd of tengaroos has a leader, known as the old man or boomer, which warns Its followers of the approach of danger by stamping the ground with its hind feet. making a booming sound that starts ail the kangaroos in hearing on a run. A scared herd will run over twenty or thirty miles at times, or until It reaches safety. A male weighs from 100 to 175 pounds and Is seven or eight feet long. The English make up parties of hunter and follow the kangaroo with dogs somewhat like fox hounds, but of great er Else and strength. Women and men join In the sport, riding to the hounds on good horses. "Riding to the place where a herd of the beasts bad been seen the day before by buehmen," a Sportsman's Magazine writer says, "we came to the bush, a growth of ubiquitous tree and tree ferns, fit to brush one off his horse. Quiet was the word of caution passed when we came near the sparsely grown ground beyond the bush where the kan garoos had been seen. The dogs were I called In and then we rode from the bush Into view of the herd's sentinel, and then away went the kangaroos, fol lowed by the dogs. The kangaroo could not run, but, folding their fore legs across their breasts, they sat down. Then, with tail and hind legs, away they went by hops, no hop being less than twenty feet long and others being more than thirty feet They cleared shrubs twelve feet high. "Curiously enough, the kangaroo travels faster up hill than down, the dogs catching up on the down slopes. The beast sometimes breaks Its neck while running down hill by going head over heels. The does began to throw their young out of their pouches, and we knew they were hard pressed. They turned suddenly for the water. We found the dogs at a water hole with two boomers at bay. We dismounted and, drawing our knives, waited an op portunity to run In and hamstring them. A dog rushed in and was caught by the hind leg of a boomer and pressed under water, where it was quickly drowned. Then a dog got one of the beasts by the buck and threw it, where upon my cousin quickly hamstrung It, while I rapped It on the nose with my whip, killing It. We had kangaroo tall soup and steaks for dinner for several days." New York Sun. N WS Bf REM! Paine's Celery Compound Pevents Nervous Breakdown. 2S Harry saw Charley. selves in the act of exchanging a glanca such a glance as for awhile had made such a world of intimate companionship for them. When the bridal pair entered and the preacher took his position before them, two young ine:;, sous of tho bouse, uu- geeu before, came sloughiug in by a back door, slaving near it, and with sullen shamrfaeediiess ignoring the presence of the guests. After the ceremony the cloud still did not litt The guests from the hotel, tho bride aud groom and the pre-xher were immediately ushered into another room and seated at a long Bup per table. Mrs. Harkins tried to gut Art to take his place at its head, but Art pulled his hat further down on his head and went out of doors without a word. (To Be Continued.) A Philadelphia Stmt Car Idyl. The old Callowhill street horse cars, relics of the autetrolley days, were never remarkable for great speed. A lady and gentleman boarded one of these cars the other night about 10:30 o'clock and after joggiug along for several blocks the car came to a standstill. Then the front door opened aud the driver's head appeared. "Say, Bill," it called back to the conductor, "won't you tun over to the drug store aud buy uie a f tampl I've got to write to my girl touight." Notuiug loath, Bill did as requested aud, after a short chat with the clerk, saun tered leisurely back to his car. At Six teenth street the lady and gentleman alighted, expecting to take a north bound car, but noue was in sight Turn ing to the conductor, the gentleman re marked jestingly: "You kept us waiting while yon got your stamp. Why not wait here until our car comes?" Bill motioned to the driver, who was watch ins him, aud said: "Jim, this gent wants me to wait here until their car comes. Can't we do it!" "Why, cert, replied Jim.. The Sixteenth street cars were blocked, and it was ten minutes before one came along. "Good night," called Bill as his two passengers alight ed. "See yonse again I" Philadelphia Hecord. The Fore of Habit, Brooklyn contains more people who look to see that which does not exist, and which they know does not exist, thau anv citv iu tho world. And it is simply because of habit Nearly all the railroads iu that city, in the older part of the city, or Brooklyn as it was before Williamsburg was annexed and assimi lated, converge at the city hall, and uutil two or three years ago the town clock was in tho cupola of that buildiug. During the many years that it announc ed the time by bell and indicated it on its four dials to the Brooklyuites every persou who passed "the hall" looked to see what time it was. The habit became an instinct to most Brooklyuites, aud today, although tbey know that fire de stroyed tbo cupola, clock aud all, there is hardly a persou who steps from a car at the City Hall square cr passes the building who does not look inquiringly toward the spot where the clock was but is not New York Times. Justifiable Elation. The Washington Star chronicles the fact that a somewhat elderly gentle man entered his own bouse one d;iy last autumn with such a look of self-satis faction upon his countenance that his wife was at once struck by It; and like faithful spouse, she proceeded to put him on his guard. "Richard," she said, "I hope you have not forgotten that pride goeth before a fall." My dear," was the reply. "! am perfectly familiar with that admoni tion. And I have reason to fear tuat m mv case it applies In a literal as well as in a figurative sense, nut i can i help it." "You are not usually this way." "I know It. When I was graduated at the head of my class In college I was as meek and modest as the lust man on the list. When I was elected to office and ran away ahead of my ticket, I could have defied anybody to accuse me of showing the least elation. When I won my first big lawsuit, I endeavored to bear success with the same philosophy which I should have felt was proper In defeat. When I got my picture In the paper as a leading cltlsen in my community, I could have defied any of my old-time friends to rttept the sllehtest difference In my behavior. Rut this case Is different. I hope yon'U bear with me, but I've just rid den my bicycle three times round the block without falling off, and I Just can't help putting on airs." Spring has come. It is time for all persons to think terious- ly of their health. But that doesn't mean taking the fiist spring remedy that happens to be otl'eie,). Persons who make it their business to get the most effective remedy to be had are sure to carry hme Paine's celery com pound. No other remedy is capable of cleansing the blood, nourishing the nerves and regulating the bowats and digestive organs like Paine's celery compound. If you are troubled at all by rheumatism, neuralgia, headaches or sleeplessness, even if these attacks come only now and then, now is the time to purify the system of them. Don't procrastinate and dally till 'riKhtened Into doing something wben vcu find the task of getting well has assumed desperate proportions. Paine's celerv compound will cure kidney trouble, heart palpitation and disordered liver accurately, intelligently and perma nently when other remedies only raise hones that are never fulfilled. Pa ne's celery compound, which owes its origin ro uie mosi, uismukuisiicu uuvsicau i i . : . . i. : ,. .. i. 'i ) nilu UJVCBl Lulul lllio U' ' mill v c,ci piuviuicu. Frof. Edward K. fhelps, M.U., LUU.,or Dartmouth college, lias been publicly in dorsed among medical experts as the only spring remedy in any sense entuiea to mat, name. It cmn b aald without fear of contradic tion that no other remedy can Irutlilully refer to men asd women so responsible, so trustworthy, so convincing. their straightforward, became of enthusiastic and easily-verified testimonials in 'praise of fame s celery compound. It is foolish to take poor health "philoso phically" these spring days. There is no reason why anyone should sit hands in lap, and submit to headachas, poor appetite, continual tired feeling or constipation. If every disheartened invalid will go right at gelling wen uy uaiu raiue m wkij com pound, that person will be astonished and delighted with the quickness with whtrb this wonderful remedy is aoie to can a halt to wasting diseases, diseases ol debility and a "rundown" condition. Paine's celery compound does wonden in making people well. Here is waai a woman, an ammuouaana hard-working member of the legal pmfes--sion in New York city, says of thia great remedy : 220 4th Ave., New York. While a student in tho New York lni versity law school and under great pressure from work and study, I was advised to take Paine's cely compound. I did so, and Us beneficial results to one whose nerves are under the trial of severe mental effort, I am only too ready to assert. After taking three bottles I found that it prodnoed quietness of nerves and induced sleep, very beneficial to my health. For those troubled with Insomnia 1 can heartily re commend it as a harmless inducer of sleep on account or its quieting eneci on ine nerves. Yours very truly, (Signed.) Florence H. Dangerfield., Attorney and Counselor at Law. Paine's celery compound, which makes tne weak uvn.a, h..i-i mamoniala from thousands or people who had almost despaired of ever again being in perfect health. WOMAN it the name of Woman's Friend. It is tul in relieving the backaches, headaches which burden and shorten a woman's women testify for it. It will give health and strength and make life a pleasure. For sale by all druggists. BLTJMAUEU-F RANK DRUG CO., Pobtland, Agents. The very remarkable and certain relief given woman by MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY has given uniformly snccess and weakness life. Thousands of I HEAP For Mining, Pumping, Hoisting, Irrigating, from 1 to 200 Horse Power. 4- Well-litRbted. Ocean Highways. The best Ughted bit of ocean high way is that known as "The Downs, where lights are much needed to warn ships away from the Goodwin Sands, which etretoh from Dover to lianisgate, at a distance of about five miles from the mainland. There are four light ships for the protection and lighting of that short bit of ocean nignway. x ue Suez Canal has now been so brllUantly lllumdnated at night by electric lights that the time required for passing through it has consequently been re duced from forty-eight hours la the year 1883 to twenty-seven hours by the year 1889, ana since men ro iweniy- four hours, 'mere are ngoinouses in the proportion of one to fourteen miles In England, one to thirty-four In Ire land, and one to thirty-nine lu Scot land. 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