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Whole Truth ! There's nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. There's nothing so good for a cough as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. The 25 cent size is just right for an ordinary, everyday cold. The 50 cent size is better for the cough of bronchitis, croup, grip, and hoarseness. The dollar size is the best for chronic coughs, as in consumption, chronic bron chitis, asthma, etc. latneasc Gold Deposits. Henry A. Salzer. manager of the fa mous John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse. Wis., as also president of the Idaho Gold Coin Mining & Milling Co.. of the Seven DeTil District. Idaho. Is In great luck. They have recently struck an immense deposit of gold ore on their properties. As a result the stock of this company doubled in price in twenty-four hours. Quite a number of the Salzer Seed Co. patrons are inter ested in this mine with Mr. Salzer. The lii-llo (?ii ls at Central have a mottt that "a ring on the finger is worth two or the 'phone." A -.1 . . . In every county wat for onr Uas Lamp ; Mke its own gn. Better light than eleo j trit itr or eistwh city gas. C beaper than kercMvne Retails 5. Big money maker btauiiard Lamp Co.. "Dept. A," Chicago. By actuaW-ouiit wi writers have alreadj ' said that "after escaping Spanish bullets. , Dewey has at last succumbed to Cupii'i darts." Catarrh Cannot Be Cur.d with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as theT cannot reach the Beat of I be disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional diseane, and in order tc cure it you must ta ke internal remi-dies. Hall's Cftturrh Cure is taken internally, and act ; directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. I Hall s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. 1 It was prescrllied by one of the best physicians ! In this country for years, and is a regular pre ; scriptlon. It is composed of the best tonics 1 known, combined with the best blood puriUers. f acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Th 1 perfect combination of the two ingredients is I what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. I F. J. CHENtY &CO.. Props.. Toledo, a Sold bv druggists, price 7Tc. Hail's Family Pills are the best II la Were Singularly Floral. Every great and wise man has a sin gularity. Solomon's waa a plurality of wives. I Da Tour Voet A en. nod Burnt I Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns. Bunions, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 23c. Sample sent FREE. Address Allen SOlmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. When Dewey announced that an engage ment would prevent his visiting Chicago, the committee did not understand; but it di) s now. TO CCRB A COLD IN OMR DAT, Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All drugpists refund the money if it falls to cure. '0. K. VV, Grove's signature on each box. Farmers who come to the city for a blow out should draw the line at the gas jet. Cured After Repeated Failures With Others I will Inform addicted to Morphine, Laudanum. Op'um, rm-.tue, of never-fa'llng. tinrmleng, home cure. Mrs. M. 11. Baldwin. Box liii, Chicago, In. The best way for a woman to keep hei age is not to give it away. RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DISEASE .A. 25 a BAMPT."n RnTTTti Trr-a in. DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use "5 DROPS" for etc. Read the follow ing; letters: Swanson Rhei'matic CcHE Co.: When I wrote you for a sample bottle of "S DROPS" my wife was suffering terribly from Rheumatism and was very discouraged, as I had tried every thing the doctors prescribed, even sending her to Richfield Springs, etc. My doctor is very much surprised at the progress mv wife is makiiis. and she is so well thst she refused to keep her seamstress and is now doing her own sewing. The doctors insist on her taking "s Drops " and assure her that it is now only a matter of a few days and she will be entirely cured, and as we are very well known here, the '5 DROPS' is receiving considerable atten tion and praise. F. E. PRICE, Jersey City. N. J. Oct. 13, 18W. Swanson Rrbumatic Cure Co.: I suffered terribly with Kidney Trouble fur years, and after using less than two bottles of "5 DROPS" I am now entirely well and I give "5 DROPS" the praise for my cure. I could not find anything that would give me the slightest relief until I tried tnis remedy, and I recommend it to everybody as a permanent cure for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CARBAUGH, Black Gap, I'a. Aug.22,'99. Is the most powerful !ecifle known. Free from opiates and perfectly harnilewu It give almost tntanta,nemis relief, and la a Doxitive cure for Rheumatism. Sciatica. NenraHrlA, Dyepepela, Backache, Asthma, Huy Fever, Catarrh, I.a (Jrlppc, Croup, Mlecplceaneea, Bf ervouaneaa, Biervoua and Neuralft-le Headache. Karache, Tooth ache, Heart Wcakncit, Itropay, Malaria, Creeping Bfurabaeea, etc., etc. n A yC to enable sufferers to (five "B DROPS" at least a trial, we wl'l tend a Clc sample bottle, OW Lfaf I O prepaid by mail, for 10 cts. A sample bottle will convince you. Al, lurpe bottles (3Qt loses) ! 00, 6 bottles for IV Bold by as and atfents. AttKSTS WASTED la New Territory. WHITS I B TO-DA. StVAArTX RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 160 t 104 Lake St., CHICAGO, ILL. FRIGHT AT A FACE. Ha was ai master ani I b.s bonis- oman: not, however, by any form of indenture, but by love. Moreover, be loved me, albeit he a as blind and I hi housekeeper's daughter. That Is. he Iovi'd my voire the rare voice that ia like tleluious music even to my ears the rare voice that heaven gave me In compensation for my ghastly face. That face! That face! How I have cursed It! How I have cursed the hour that I was born! He was my master In more way than one. He waa a violinist of mar velous power. Playing was the delight of his life, and whin I was only a child he conceived the Idea cf teaching me, and forthwith proceeded to carry the thing Into effect. A passionate lover of music, I proved an apt pupil, and, after years of loving. patient application, developed a power es marvelous as his own. What strains we wooed from those two violins at least 100 years old! It seemed as If the meWlles of heaven had found their way to earth under the Inspiration of our touch, and, oh, how the love burned to our hearts. Ah! what mem ories these are! But 1 may not linger. One glorious day he called me to htm. and, pillowing my ghastly face against his breast, murmured tenderly: "My darling, niy love! when Is It to be." "My master." I half whispered In tremulous Inquiry, a tweet joy at my heart, for I well knew hl3 meaning. "My darling," he went smiling on, with his tender kisses and tender ca resses. "My darling, must you have an outfit beforehand? Cannot Mrs. Estelle Vaughn purchase It is well as Miss Estelle Rihl?" My master, I tremulously mur mured again. "My darling, I want my wife," he continued with a certain vehemence. "I want her tomorrow. Will she give herself to me." So when the morrow rose I became Mrs. Estelle Vaughn. Delicious mem ory! A month passed a month of perfect bliss to both. At the end of that month there was an arrival at the old hall. It was the proud, neglected sis ter, whom I had never seen and Rals ton little expected ever to meet again. She had accidentally learned of his marriage and came to Inspect the bride. "Good heavens!" she exclaimed when he called me to him tnd tenderly pre sented me "Good heavens! Ralston eJP?N mmm (trade hark) "5 DROPS" LIKE FINDING MONEY. . The use of the Endless Chain Starch Book in the purchase of "Red Cross" and "Hubinper's Best" starch, makes it just like finding money. Why, for only Sc you are enabled to g-et one large 10c package of " Red Cross" starch, one large 10c package of " Hitbinger's Best" starch, with the premiums, two Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Cet tury Girl Calendar, embossed in gold. Ask your grocer for this starch and Obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. YOUNG MEN! If you hare money to wart try all the "Ctirwi" yon may know or hnr or: if yon wish to run the ehanea ot 9Jttuii(r a stricture buy the InJrMtiona whiHi are wid to cure In I to s dayn(l) But if tou want a remMy wl.ich is absolutely safe and v tilt h ne'er futlx to cure unnatural dlxcharges, do matter how serious or of how long stand ing' the case may bn, yet PABST'S OKAY SPECIFIC No case known It has ever failed to Cure. Nothing like it, Kemilts axtntiish the doctor, druirjrissl and ail who have occasion to Uft it. fan he tttlten without frtronvoniem) cr detention from husinoat. Price, $3.00. ror sale by all relmlie dnitfvinttt, or seitt prepaid, by E press, plainly wrapped, oil rnoeipt of price by PABST CHEMICAL CO. Circular mailed on request. Chicago, 111, Rinehart's Indians (HltfWiXffBt (MlYtNNt- V "Tea, yea, I know !" fa greened, eov tinc his face with his hands and dropping shudderingly Into his seat. But I i np;cpied (or this! Would to heaven I had kept my blindness and my happiness. " It waa useless. His heart had gone to the beautiful Lulu, and gradually the music began to mudden my soul gradually, gradually, till a certain morning, when I sprang like a tigress at his throat That brought the end. They took me to a madhouse; then followed wedding in which Lulu figured as a bride; then my broken-hearted moth er's death. The countess had won the game. The mesalliance waa at an end. Is It wonderful that the violin still baa power to temporarily madden me? New York News. THE CLIFF DWELLERS Chiefs Wolf Robe, Louison, Hol low Horn Hear and 1 1 at tie Tom wonderfully reproduced in colors t fjreat expense by Chicago Great Western Ry. in an art calendar for 1900. A most artistic production. Four sheets 8x13',' inches, tied with silk cord, each sheet containing an Indian portrait 6x8 inches. Very fetching framed Make striking and handsome holiday gifts. To cover royalty fees anil mailing expense sent only to persons tending 25 cents in silver or stamps to . H. LORD, tl. P. T. A., C'hleaaa Great eit Ry, lis Adams St.. ChleaRO, Ilk SOME of the worst diseases scarcely give a sign until they strike their victim down. The terrible Bright's Disease may be growing for years and only show now and then by a backache or change of urine, by sallow face and failing appetite. Dr. J.H.Mc Lean's IwerdSuneyBulm is a tried remedy that grapples with this disease in every symptom. Cures this and all other disord rs of the Liver, Kidneys or bladder. Sold by druggists, ti.oo a bottle. THK OR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE 0O. T. LOUIS, MO. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 & 3.50 SHOES j" Worth $4 to 6 compared wurt omer mattes. IndirrMed bv over ' 1,000,000 wearers The aenuine have W. I. uouglas name and price stamped on bottom, laki no uoatmitc claimed to t is good. our dealer should keep them if nnt. we will send a pair on receipt of price. State kind of leather, size, and width, plain or cap toe. Catalogue A free. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mast, 1 Sv 1 ji w i ! TIM 31 used by millions, sure proof ot its quality. SHEEPMEN. re our Ume nd filphnr mixture fnr cur and nrpveatlon o( gfati. Formula t 'KKH on application, Wrftfl ub for price on sulphur KNOLLIN 4 BOOTH, fcllEEl CUM. CO.. Kauaat City, V. $. A. irfflM PENSION I ItU KI oui, vsl.liigion. I), c, the; II will receive nuloli rcplle.. B. 6th N .II. Voli BtaS 10th Com. Proseculint Claims since IS 7 8 SliSis WHhtk ail (ise Tails. W N. U.-Salt Lake-No. 46, 1899. ihei Answering ndvertl&ements Kludlg Mtntloo Tlii6 Paoer. POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM OF NEW WORLD. Cltla I BOTrr4 U Maw Maxim Thara W.ra Ulaau Then k Left Haapa af Hoaa Wharala Taalr On aad Those Tarkrr aad Does Mla(la. POWDER PUFF IN CUBA. Qhaatla MHk Adora tha ravaa of All tha Toawa. Not many months ago bread was so scarce In Cuba that thousands died of starvation, but the times have never been so sadly out of Joint that any scarcity of face powder was apparent even among the lowliest, says the Philadelphia North American. The Cuban woman, young or old, considers It a more Indispensable adjunct to her toilet than mere soap and water a primal necessity to her attractiveness which It is her religious duty to foster and preserve. Thus all classes and conditions are wedded to the powder puff, from the grande dame ot fashion to the neglected little orphan In the asylum; from the crumpled vlsaged octogenarian to the rosy-cheeked child of half a dozen summers. Go into any Cuban school and you will find teach ers and pupils alike unsparingly gar nished, a powder box and the rag or bit of chamois with which to apply It In every desk and tucked alongside the chalk on the blackboards. In shops where female clerks are employed and in the big tobacco factories where 200 or 300 girls are at work rolling cigarettes the same is true. Visit La Carona, the largest tobacco factory In Havana. Ten o'clock is the breakfast hour of the employes and when the hands of the clock point to a quarter of 10 every girl stops work and reaches for her powder box. In the opinion ot them all that Intervening fifteen min utes was needed In which to assume the ghastly mask of powder, in order to make themselves presentable before going on the streets. (Special Letter.) New Mexico has Its Pompeii and its Herculaneum; It has Its extinct Vesu vius and its extinct Aetna; it has ruins as old and as Interesting a those ol central Asia and of Egypt Not fai from Santa Fe, the ancient capital ol Nw Mexico, in the Santa Clara canon, there are buried the ruins of a city older, perhaps, than Rome, l-ut leas known than Nineveh or Babylon. Only a few weeks ago the Re. O. S. Mad den and a party ot scientists made some attempt at systematic excavation and they only dug out two rooms ot t commercial building 300 by 400 feet three stories high, and containing al least 2,00k rooms. The finds and dls Ara Taa fata Allaa'a root-Rata r It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting. Burning. Sweating Feet. Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's root-Ease, a powder to be shaken Into the shoes. Al all ITiggists and Shoe -tores. 25c. Samp'i- sent FREE. Ad !:ess AUen S Olmit"1 I.eRoy, N. V. St-nator Hoar of Massachusetts says: "I am comfortably well off, but I never f.-lt 1 could aftcrd to pay live ceuts for a street car ride when I ioul.1 buy six tickets for a liiarter." And he always buys six tickets and thus rides for 4 H'. cents. Amateur Taaatrteala, Mw York Journal: Mabel (thf heroine) Oh, dear! The curtain will rise In five minutes. Are you sure yoa win know your lines? Jack (the hero) All except the part where I klsa yoa. I -think we'd better rehearse that once m.ve. ..tl a 3 SHE WROTE ANOTHER LETTER, you don't mean to tell me that this hideous-looking creature is your wife, and a mesalliance at that!" "You forget yourself, Marlon!" he haughtily replied, "and " But I, though my heart was on fire interposed In my mellifluous tones: "The countess Is right, dear hus band; I am no beauty, as I have often assured you." "My darling!" he exclaimed, with passionate vehemence, as he took me ia his arms, knowing well how my poor heart was aching, "you have as sured me ot more than that; you have declared yourself incontestably ugly and repulsive looking. But what care I, my darling? It is the i;em that I love, not the perishable beauty of the casket. ' The countess rose and shrugged he shoulders, remarking as she did so: "It's well you are blind, Ralston." With that she retired, but the same morning she wrote and posted a letter to Paris, and In the course of a week there was another arrival. The countess received this guest clone, and then, without ceremony brought him to the music room, where Ralston and I were luxuriating In heaven of melodious sounds. That was the first intimation we had of his ar rival or his errand. "Ralston," said the countess, after the necessary introductions, "Ralston this gentleman Is the most eminent oculist of his day, and I have sent for hm, hoping that twenty years of blind ness may end In your seeing once more, and I think I may safely say that I have never known a man who needed his sight so much." And a malignant glance at me gave venomous point to the remark. And that day she wrote another let ter, and soon there was in reply an other arrival this time a fair, sylph like creature, beautiful as a d'eam. I looked at her and shuddered. . Heavens! how I suffered! But why do I linger over all this? Enough that the day came when he saw for the first time in twenty long years. That day! Just before the bandage was to be removed a peremptory summons called me from the room. Whispering to the oculist to wult till my return I hurried away. Fut such was not the countess' de sign. I returned Just in time to hear my husband's cry of delight as his eyes rested upon the beautiful Lulu, who had been placed conspicuously in front of him. and to see him snatch her to a passionate embrace to his heart. I sprang forward, walling mournfully: "O, Ralston, Ralston, she Is not your wife!" At the sound of my musical tones he pushed her roughly from him and turned with glowing countenance toward me. He turned, but that was all. Words were not needed. Dismay, horror, repulsion and disgust were de picted only too legibly on his hand some features. Reeling to him. I sobbed, as I sank at his feet and clung to his knees: "I told you the truth, Ralston! I told you the truth!" The Toothsoma Octopus. The use ot the octopus as food is, according to one of our correspond ents, not a new idea. In the fish mar ket in Jersey this year the blue- gowned women with white starched caps who preside over wet slate slabs. usually covered with little heaps of winkles, limpets, aumers, and razor fish, have already added the octopus to their usual stock. "You may have your choice of him," writes the corre spondent, "either dried and smoked to the semblance of scraps of waste leather, or fresh and shimmering, a tangle of repulsive, formless members. They say that he la good 'Ah! yes! the cat-o-nine-tall he Is very good. m'seu' but they say the same of the limpet and the spider crab. You ask for lobster, the supreme delicacy of Jersey. 'Ah! no! there is no lobster, m seu; the cat-o-nlne-tail he have eaten him all.' This is how they ex plain the absence of lobsters in all the picturesque island nooks where a lob ster lunch at the hotel pavilion Is an important item of the day's enjoy ment. Certainly, the octopus is there in large quantities this year, and any visitor who I3 gastronomically venture some might easily get the opportunity of a new and cheap sensation." Lon don Truth. In Moments of Peril, Darwin has shown that the fear ot man is an acquired, and not a native instinct, and from this we may infer that with other acquired instincts it would more readily be lost or fall into abeyance than those instincts that are Inborn. With strange surroundings animals tend to lose these acquired In stincts, as is well shown by the cow ardice of the house dog in a strange house, the unruliness of the horse in strange harness, and the like. The land bird In mid-ocean, being bereft of Its accustomed landmarks, loses with them its acquired instincts until the sight of land restores Its confidence in itself and gives It back aJ. its faculties, A tameness from a similar cause has often been noticed in wild animals during convulsions of nature, floods and fire, and It is well known that panic, such, for example, as is pro duced by a fire at sea, falling into the water or a pestilence will bring Into abeyance all a man's acquired Instincts and reduce him to the primitive in stlncts of a brute beast. TYPICAL CLIFF DWELLER. corerles that they made are merely an Indication of the great discoveries thai might be made if the cliff dwellings were excavated on the scale and with the thoroughness with which Pom pel has been explored. The rooms showed that the clifl dwellers deserted the house in a hurry They left many articles of interest be hind which they would have taken along if their departure had been less precipitous. Pottery decorated with unique geometrical designs and glazed In a skillful manner, household uten alls, smoking pipes fashioned in the shape of prickly pears or cactus, and other articles were found in those two rooms. The abundance of turkey and dog bones showed that those animals were kept in the houses, and attached to each roof in the communal building are small turkey corrals four by five feet and connected with low archwayt with the living rooms, Just high enough for a turkey to slip through. In the burial places the remains ol the ancient race are found invariably covered with turkey and dog bon?s, The bodies are buried In a stooping po sition, with the heads between the knees and the feet of all pointing to ward a common center. The most important find was that of nine skeletons, which are proof that the ancient cliff dwellers were not In dlans, but were allied to the Caucasian race. The forehead of the skull Is' well formed, while the posterior part of the head Is almost flat. In the course of evolution, it is supposed, the Incisors of the cliff dwellers were transformed Into grinders, for the clift dwellers were evidently vegetarians. In their houses are found corn, and they evi dently grew and smoked tobacco. Some skulls that were found in cliff dwellings on the Gila had long red hair. In that part of New Mexico we;-e also found monuments with inscrip tions much .ike those on Chinese mon uments, while in other ruins were dis covered remains ot monuments ot the Egyptian type. The reason for the sudden evacuation of Santa Clara cliff dwellings is found in the immense stream of lava which poured forth from a crater only a few miles from Santa Fe and covered many square miles with lava and ashes. It I Delieve my prompt use ot rlno's Cart rerouted quirk cousumption. Mrs. Lacy WaUacs, Marquette, Kau , Dec. li, MS. Kbbs says his landlady has both stroni and weak points - butUT and coffee. A WOMAN HELPS WOMEFJ A Handicapped Genius. From the Cleveland Plain Dealer: A certain Clevelander has in some way secured quite a reputation for literary work. He Is supposed to do lots of it, and is looked upon with a feeling akin to awe by people who are not lit erary themselves. Not long ago a sis ter of the genius was asked concerning her brother's work. "It's funny I fail to see any of it," said the questioner. "Doesn't he ever write anything over J his own name?" "I think you have j been misinformed concerning my brother s talent,' said the sister, cold ly and with great precision. "He never writes anything for publication." And she said It with an air that implied that writing for publication was a lit tle too common for any use. Poets. New York tribune: Here it Georgia boy's composition on "Po etry": "A poem is a thing which has rhymes at the last end. A poem also has feet, but some poems don't stand steady on 'em. Poets mostly has long hair, because times Is hard, and It's cheaper to let It grow. Poets used to live in garrets, on a crust of bread- when the baker would credit m. Now they live on the ground floor, where they can escape easy when the bailiff is after 'em. My tather says poetry make the world better, but my mother says It ain't the kind he wrttes. Poets have a monument when they die. as people want to weight 'em down so's th- can't come back." FLYING BEFORE FLOWING LAVA, mast have been a volcanic eruption like that which destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum that caused the clift dwellers to flee from their homes. It waa probably at that time that the Indians coming from the north began crowding the cliff dwellers to the south, for one of the skulls found has a hole on one side as If made by an arrow, while on the other side It Is fractured as If with a club. The cliff dweller to whom it belonged had probably fallen in the defense of the city against the Indian Invaders. The cliff dwellers were giants in their day, for one of the fe murs found measured twenty inches, and must have belonged to a man be tween seven and eight feet high. THERE are women everywhere who suffer almost con stantly because they cannot bring themselves to tell all about thefr ills to a physician. Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their suffering by letter to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for the con fidence reposed in her has never been violated. Over a million women have been helped by her advice and medicine. Mrs. Pinkham in attending to her vast correspondence is assisted by women only. If yoa are ill, don't delay. Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a practical help as it waa to Miss Ella E, Brennkr, East Rochester, Ohio, who says: "I shrunk from the ordeal of examination by our physician, yet I knew I must have treatment My troubles were backache, nervous tired feeling, painful menstruation and leucorrhoea. I am so grateful to you now that I am willing to have my name published to help other gills to take their troubles to you. LydiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Compound used as you wrote me has made me entirely well and very happy. I shall bless you as long as I live." Mrs. Pinkham receives thou sands of such letters from grate ful women. Miss Nellie Russell, of 138 Grace St., Pittsburg, Pa., in a letter to Mrs. Pink ham says: ' From child-. hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles increased hav ing intense pain running from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful. One day, seeing your advertisement in one of our papers, I wrote to you. "When your reply came I began taking your Compound and followed your advice and am now in perfect health, and would ad vise any lady rich or poor to take Lyclia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I can praise above all other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women." rT m it D fllj ma only rniENo. Copyright, 1HWH, by Hubert Bonner' Hoiu. THE LEDGER MONTHLY CALENDAR FREE This beautiful Calendar t 10sxl3a larhes, tha picture (Mis Only Kricail) belu( repraducea In Ik same colors as las..- Original Painting by J. 0. Brown of lha National Academy af Itealan, waa Is mm else ta the brans of the Ameriraa arople Tha lllaatra tloo ivrs bat a taint Idea af tha beaaly af this Calrndnr, showing- anly Ilia plemre ta tha ranter. This Calendar, worthy of a place Id any boudoir, rna be obtniurd from as only. When sold without thel.l UCKK MONTHLY tha price I 30 cents. All readers of this pnprr who send 50 cents for a Trar's atibxcrlptlon la the I.KIM; Kit MONTHLY fur 100 will receive the Calendar FEEK. The Ledger Monthly Th HkBhI wiU lve ths beautifully illustrated November and TjDll Tj I Jl ilEfii Docomber, 1809, number FREE and a full year's sub- f 11 R R 1 apw lyiaWU VU V CU1 UtA y A (7 V A 1U arUUlUUU IrU IU 1111111 LEDOEB MONTHLY CALENDAR. Contents of the Nov. and Dec. Numbers: "IAIT MACLAREN : HIS HOME-LITE IK LIVERPOOL" ii a refreshing article, with 14 illustrations of the home lurroundiij? ot ths author of " BESIDE THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH." MRS. GESINE LEMOKE, of the Brooklyn Cooking School, treats of "NEW IDEAS FOR DAINTT BREAKFASTS." "THE MAID OF B0CA8SE," a novel ot the age of chiYalry, by HISS MAY HALSEY MILLER. GEORGE R KNAPP, ArtUtio and Inexpensive Home Decoration with flowers and plants, illustrated. The " MEMORIES 07 THE RED EAR," a reproduction in colors of J. Q. BROWN'S painting, forms the November cover. 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