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1 i ! f r '..A,,' i .43 poM woman1! suffering and womu'l treakaesa. Lr. Fierce't Favoritt) Prescription puts a stop to it. It'i a remedy far all the d.iict de rangement and disorder that make her tuSer, and a care for ait the dis eases and disturbances that make her weak. It's a legitimate medi cine, that correct and caret; a tocio that inTigoratea and builds up; a nemne that soothes and strengthens. For bearing -down pains, displacements, all the fun tiooal irregularities peculiar to the sex, it's a safe and certain remedy. Other medicine claim to care? That's true. But ther don't claim to do thi: if the Favorite Pre scription fails to give satisfaction, in any case for which it's recom mended, the money paid for it is refunded. Judge for yourself which it likely to be the better medicine. And think whether something else offered by the dealer is likely to be "jost at good." You pay only for the good you get. On these terms it's the cheapest. "German Syrup" " I have been a great Asthma. sufferer from Asth ma and severe Colds every Winter, and last Fall my friends as well as myself thought because of my feeble condition, and great distress from constant cough ing, and inability to raise any of the accumulated matter fnmi my lungs, that my time was clwe at hand. When nearly worn out for want ot sleep and rest, a friend recommend ed me to try thy valuable medicine, Boschee's German Gentle-, Syrup. I am con r,.L, fident it saved my Refreshing life A,mostthefirt Sleep. dose gave me great relief anda gentle re freshing sleep, such as I had not had for weeks. My couch began immedi ately to loosen and pass away, and I found myself rapidly gaining in health and weight I em pleased to inform thee unsolicited that I am in excellent health and do cer tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's German Syrup. C. B. Stickney, Picton, Ontario." J Cod-liver oil suggests con sumption; which is almost un fortunate. Its best use is be fore you fear consumption when you begin to get thin. Consumption is only one of the dangers of thinness. Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver-oil makes the thin jplump, and the plump are almost.safe. Let us send you a book on careful living free. Bowx. OitaoMS, 1 3. South ,th Artnac, Ilew York. YourdruKK" keep. Scott's Eesuhioa of cod-liver B UdratiiuTcrrhr. do. Si. ( AN AST0NI8HIN0 TOKIO FOR WOMEN. It Strengthens the Weak, Qufeti the Nerves, Relieves Monthly Suffering and Cures FEMALE DISEASED. ASK YOUR DftUQGIST ABOUT IT. 1.00 PER BOTTLE. CHATTANOOGA MED. COChattuoort, Tom, mm Dr. Bull's 0 Spp XOTSi! RICH CUT CLASS AND ARTISTIC POTTERY. 'LOYD6C9 111 MAIaT rr , MiMrHia. TBKaT. 1 txw, m t tmz:n sets i ifKrj. oUi IIMM WIU MCtfTI rtHrT CTIITWX. gi;;:ii::s outfits! fetta Proswia, dial. Shaft hiit, FaRrra, Itlai Catiao attd Boilfra, (Ira f reala, liral Ban, Cmrai lUoafr Wort. Marklaorr tlapsllM. HI" OARDUI m j TCMECAL3 OP ( ceo ) EissHiraTos I ll-.ao.ImBw . H.Y. . CfMSiW IRP WORKS, - M,sslif,Tl!, mrm,A us luUno KumM WOHLD'S S i f - - . i ZJ SSS! KEY TO BIRD'S KYC I I ili'krrtttrire9tfil lor Lltr luct a f'crt.uy Huild na. a-, Acr. 6. Aootl Acrr-m. Atr cuitum tunc If. 15 Acfw. Etk'bH. i Acr it. l::rrt.U'a Hill.) tt. I.V Montorlurm: tat LiUltl Art UutiiUiuc 1. I aurd lumGvinunt bv: U v. Su l.lmo: State BuiWIa 1. lihTi- BuiUtn and Drt-p-aM Aq iana. tL Li!'-ATin. tatk. rTc. a entt t-( J":n Art. n apoit. r racc. Mt'xica aua litrmauy. S3. 1'jrctstt iliudiaj. ST. Englum iS. I ullfd Stateo Naval Eihifcit. r Xrw York. SU Mtaeu-u m Inn j jj ( i . 7 fc mV f t It at ' i ata r 1 1 i f..r .. in m lac 'hii ''" Among a great number of sketcliei ut mitted in competition (or Uiis build ing by women from all over the html the president of the board of lad.v man Eers quickly discovered in the akctch tubmitted by Miss Sophia ti. lla.vdon that harmony of grouping and grace fulness of details which indicate the architectural scholar, and to Vr was awarded the first prize of a thousand dollars, and also the execution of the design. Directly in front of the buildinj? the lagoon takes the form of a bay, about 400 feet in width. From the center of this bay a grand landing and staircase leads to a terrace six feet above the water. Crossing this terrace other staircases give access to tlio ground four feet above, on which, about 100 feet back, the building is situated. The to the open balcony In front The whole second floor of the north pavilion incloses the great assembly room and club room. The first of these is pro vided with an elevated stage for the accommodation of speakers. The south pavilion contains the model kitchen, refreshment rooms, reception rooms, etc The building is encased with "staff," the same material n-d on the rest of the buildings, and as it stands with its mellow, decorated walls bathed in the bright sunshine, the women of the country are justly proud of the result. Forming the northern architectural court of the exposition Is a group of edifices of which the transportation building is one. It is situated at the southern end of the west flank and lies between the horticultural and the The interior of the building is treated much after the manner of a Roman basilica, with broad nave and aisles. The roof it therefore in three divisions; the middle .one rises much higher than the others, and its walls are pierced to form a beautiful arcaded clearstory. The cupola, placed exactly in tho cen ter of the building and rising 165 feet above the ground, is reached by eight elevators. These elevators of them selves naturally form a part of the transportation exhibit, and as they alro carry passengers to galleries at varlont stages of height, a fine view of the in terior of tho building may easily be ob tained. The main galleries of this building, became- 0 Uie abundant tl- V--ik 4iya -U tSa7. fi WWf o-mtlgiini-a fi - 11. ."a i. -i COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. - - v taC VIEW Vf COLIMUU.V EXIUSITIO.-'C.-Fsoii Hakim-hs Weiklt Litib l. t. Ra.lwae Anproarb. 1 Macaiifnr Hall, 17 -i Atrw 4. Awrmb'THalL to A.-ruuture Biji.i'r. 7. Atimmi-trn..n vk K'T.icducTicn ul " L Rub C jftvrat w.i( HV Are. 11 The IVmrn 4 M-Jl 44 Am It! ('wr.j wd P r 17. Vl:.ar.i .-A t (J a -v. iiff ' Vw- " - dAA; mm 1 , VV.cVq vAv f 3 ci'il tea esuu j i I rx ie" ill 0j SiiiJ ,T-T7-7 w'-vi ryg-a mrJEf"! first terrace is designer! in artistic flower beds and lo shrubs. The prin cipal facade has an extreme length of 40J feet, the depth of the building being half this distance. Italian renaissance1 is the style selected. The first story is raised alwut ten feet from the ground line, and a wide stair case leads to a center pavilion. This pavilion, forming the main triple arched entrance, wilh an open colon nado in the second story, is finished with a low pediment enriched with a highly eluborate bas-relief. The cor ner pavilions huve each an open colon nade aided above the main cornice. Here are Incited the hanging gardens. A lobby 40 feet wido leads into the open rotunda, 70x05 feet, reaching through the height of the building, and protected by a richly ornamented - a . !C-;Ts3-,rv Gr THE WOMAN'S BII1.DINO. mines buildings. Facing eastward, it commands a view of the floral island and an extensive branch of the lagoon. The transportation building is ex quisitely refined and gimp'e in archi tectural treattnent, although very rich and elaborate in detail. In style it savors much of the Romanesque, although to the initiated the manner in which it is designed on axial lines, and the solicitude shown for fine propor tions, and subtle relation, of parts to each other, will at once suggest the methods of composition followed at the ecole des beaux arts. Viewed from the lagoon, the cupola of the transportation building forms the effective southwest accent of the quadrangle, while from the cupola itself, reached by eight elevators, the northern court, the most beautiful THE TRANSPORT ATIf. if BUILDING. vator facilities, prove quite accessible to visitors The main building of the transporta tion exhibit measures 96 feet- front by i5C feet deep. Fron j this extends westward, to Island avenue an enormous StoT anu-. covering about nine acres. This is only one Btory in height In it may be seen the more bulky exhibits. Alon the central avenue or nave the visitor may see facing each other scores of locomotive engines, highly polished, and rendering the perspective effect of the nave both exceedingly novel and striking. Add to the effect of the ex hibits the architectural impression given by a long viata of richly oraa- ?rt t, Bn.slin. . Hllaf Iliads ?l;uin;.o'; - rr i.V'-'i!Dt.o rel;rol. It. X rA:i;orl t i i H til f?. " Uorllfttltur- Hji i Aiv- ti All Natltto. K Wom.13 Hui dri; ACJvSOjN PRJC ffoiiD s coLincjiiJ Exposrrki A t s F t ; Ji I......! tn a. .oi v 'V .,' K rTru g. rr." ts-iJQ feS err; iff-j B 3! t r'-TTa mua ajii hi..j CUE Vin skvlicht This rotunia it snrrounicc by a two-story open arcad v as delicat and chaste in design at the ext.-rlor, the whole having a thoroughly Italian courtyard effect, admitting abundance of light to all rooms facing this interior space. On the first floor aro locat.'d, on the left hand, a model hospital; on the right, a model kindergarten; ea.-h occupying B1.H0 feet The whole floor of the so'ith p.ivilion is devoted to the retrospective exhibit; the one on the north to reform work and charity organization. Uach ol these floors is Wx'iOd feet. 'IV curtain opposite the main front contains the library, bureau of information, reoord etc. In the second story are looted ladies' parlors, committee r ; uis and dressing rooms, all leuliLg :nr.l ' VfSi!Waaa- effect of the entire exposition, may be seen ill all its glory. The main entrant-J to the transporta tion building consists of nn immense singie-areh enriched to an extraor dinary degree with carvings, bas re liefs and mural paintings, the entire feature forming a rich and beautiful, yet quiet, color climax, for it is treated in leaf and is called the golden door. The remainder of the architectural composition falls into a just relation of contrast with tho highly wrought en trance, and is duly quiet and modest, though very broad in treatment H consists of a continuous arcade with subordinated colonnade and entabla ture. Numerous minor entrances are from time to time pierced in the walls, and with them are grouped terraces. Beats, drinking fountains and statues mented colonnade, and it may easily be seen that the interior of ths trans portation building is one of Jho most impressive o! the exposition. The transportation exhibits r.atural- ! ly include everything, of whatsoever j name or sort, devoted to the purpose 01 trausportation, and range from a baby carriage to a mofc.il engine, from cish conveyor to a balloon or carrier oigeon. Technically this exhib;t in eludes everything comnrised in Class G of the official, classification. The transportation bnildinir cost about fSOO.OOC. Adbir ft Sullivan, of Chicago, are the architects. Whp ait acrobats murdered? tvhea tbey poite 011 ew a ouier. b HONOFt TO OUR FL'O- Aa ImpreaalT Corf moor, aa It I Trartlecd la Oar Armv. The ceremony of makin "evening itoiV U cuuuuolcj at aca;y posts, as well as in the navy. I htve seen it only at West 1'oint, There it is dome t dresa-parade, which take plae t:S0 p. m. l'erbaps some of my readers bave never seen a dress-parade. The battalion of cadets is drawn up in aline of two ranks, facing the west side of the plain. Each eompanv in succession is brought to aa order arms, and then to a parade rest. Next th band marches from its position at the right of the line to the left, passing in front of the mea and back gain.' On returning to the right of the line the band stops and the buglers play "Retreat" or "Evening Colors." The same call is oseti in hth army and navy. At the end of the call a run it fired and the flag is hauled down. After that the adjutant forms the battalion in open order and turns it over to the offioer ta charge, who puts the men through a short drill in the manual of arras. When this ha been done, the adjutant ordett the Brat sergeants to the front and center. where they make their report of "all present or accounted for." When they return to their places, the adjutant eays: "rarade dismissed, ana an me commissioned officers sheathe their swords. They then form in a -mnk in the center and march forward together. They halt in front of the oflictr in charge, salute and move away. The first sergeants then march the com panies to their quarters at double-time. It is a very pretty ceremony, and is one of the most picturesqae sights that we can see; but it never impressed me to deeply as the simple reverence to the colors shown at sunset abroad the men-of-war. I have t'dd you about the ceremony to show yon how much importance pro fessional soldiers attach to the out ward demonstation of respect for their country's flag, because I think every one of us ought to emulate their ex ample. As II. C. liunner says, in his poem to "The Old Flag:" OS with your hat aa the flag n byl And let tht heart havo tt say; YonVo man pdouk h for a tear in yuur eyt That you will not wijie away. W. J. Henderson, in St Nicholaw DEATH IN THE PIPE. One of tho Doadllrat Polaona Known Gat it era In tha Howl. Death iu a terrible form lurks in every tobacco-pipe, says a well-known Philadelphia physician. One of the deadliest poisons known to science gathers in its bowl and stem, and it i n 1 exaggeration of fact to say that any pipe that has been smoked for some time carries enough nicotine in it to kill almost instantly any child. There are two well-authenticated cases of suicide, one of murder and many of accidental death from nicotine. A habitual smoker unwittingly swal lowed a quantity of oil from hit pipe. He fell down unconscious almost on the spot, and but for prompt and very en ergetic medical aid would have died. Many other illustrations I couldglve you of the deadly nature of the poison found in the tobacco leaf. I knew a case of three children suf fering with skin disease on the head, who had oil of tobacco taken from a pipe rubbed on. They lay ot death's door in convulsions for twenty-four hours, but ultimately recovered. It is recorded that in the war of 191: army surgeons who did not wish to go on duty tied moist tobacco leaves iinde? their arms and become so sick as to be unfit for duty. Nicotine is, with the possible excep tion of hydrocyanic or prussic acid and carbolio acid, the most violent poison known. In its chemically pure state a drop has been known to kill a dog al most lik. a flash of lightning. I'hila delphia I'ress. Inftuente of Language on Character. I ami uite certain that if to-day Franco rnd (.lermnny were suddenly and miraculously to interchange tongues, the two nations would shortly undergo Some un-looked-for altera tions. I have known aeveral people whose superficial characteristics were quite different accordine as they ispoke l'rcncli or English, although they were at fluent ih the one as in the other. 1 know of One woman who is common and ill-bred as an Englishwoman, but who, when she speaks French, w hich she knows well, is apparently well- mannered and rather attractive. Nor, as we reflect, does this seem altogether strange when we consider how much national character has to do with the evolution of language, and how impos sible exact translation is. I have heard a man say that to read or s)eak French made mm feel gay, nd thrt the effect of like uses of (ler.n.tn wag quieting. Dr. neir .Mitchell, in Cen tury. At the Theater. She What do you think aiout nay new hat? He There seems to be something mysterious about it 8h? How? He The men who are behind ut sty they can't see through It. Puck. It haa been computed that betwesn 88, 000, 000 and 37,000,000 babies are lwrn into the world each year, or about TO per minute. A line of cradles contain ing them would extend around the world unbroken, but the silence would be broken in several places. Obstinate Blood Humor I HAD TERRIBLE ECZEMJSS and limbs swallen and tcalr like t dead fish. The Itching was terrible, and flnall LOST HIT I ' T I ITT. . . A . . . 1 ,, . .. . . ... ' mi oiuxii. Atter treatment uj nve pay sictana, ana owtr reroeaie wimotit relief Itook ft. S B. and it crRED mr My skin la aolt and smooti. aad the terrlbla trnnht I. -n trouo. R N. MiTcnsLL. Maem. Oa. I know the above statement to be true trer Afc ine susrgesuun oi a irtcnu s uhwi dwiu a S. S. S. It the aafett and beat remedy for til troubles of the Blood and Skin. It cures br removing the eause, tnd st the tame time builds np the general health. Bend for our Treatise, mailed free. BWIFT BPECFIC CO., Atlanta, Oa We are anxious to know every one who wants a piano, new or second-hand. Are you one of them? Then send your address, with request for catalogue, etc., to Ivers & Pond Piano Co., Boston ' TO BE ! At THE FAJ. Kicabasca want half aa acre fat tit tite of its btuldini- at the exposition. SLaDaSAJCAa will ba aa exhibit of !tt ronn-es and producU at tie expo sition. Tb r'inoitttatt board of ehartKee trill make aa exhibit la tha Illinois build mj. Cinox hat tent, throng a Sir Henry Wood, a request foe apart upon which to build a tea house. CoMKiseiosia SarretrT haa cabled from Cape Town. South Africa, that an exhibit of diamondt aad feathar worth 1000,000 will be tent from Cap Town. Th executive committee of the Illi nois Woman's AUlanca haa aaked for the privilege of making a display at the fair which will taow the tvU results of child labor. Jamaica has applied for T.0O0 aqrare feet of floor tpsct at tat txpoai'Jon CoL C. G. Ward, a member c the Jamaica parliament it the royal com miaaioaer to the exposition from his country. He visited Chicago last week Ma, G08CHEX, the chancellor of the British exchequer, is taid to bt the ablest debater in parliament, but he haa a voice like the hoarse croak of a rain crow. Btais or Ohio, Civt or Totxno, l i i-.t Pii-eTT. t tntva J I'iemi makes oath that he tha saninr i.artner of the firm ot F. J Chnt & Co., doiDg business in the City of Toledo. County aud State aforesaid, and that said firm will av the sum of USE HUNDRED DOLLARS for taoh and every case t Catarrh mat cannot tie cured by the we 01 Uau. t l ATAKtn Lt ia FaiNK J. Chsxit. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, tula 6th day 01 txveaiber, A. U. lyfl. i 77 I A. W. GLEASOX, Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is talieo Internally and arts directly on the blood and uiucoua aur- faofa of the avatem Mend lor testimonials. freo J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Cff Sold by Druggist, 75c Co5vLiTiox. rto not fret If yn can't get inMxsocie'y. The oyster I of la pres ent tt a supier when he would perhaps pre fer to be at home la his bed. Demorest's Hagazlue. Tat Only One Evar Printed Caa Tow rind tha TTordT There it a 8 Inch display advertisement In thit paper, this week, wbicn bat no twe words alike except one word. The same is true of aai-h new one an' earina each week. from The I)r. Barter Medicine Co. This house placet a "Crescent" on everything they make and publish. Look for it, semi them the name of the word and they will return you book, beauuiul litaograpua or samples free, Thk troubles that trouble us the most nre the troubles that sever hapjieu. Ram i Horn. Facta Wort it Knowing. In all disease of the nasal mucous mem brane the remedy used muat be non-irrititt-ing. Tho medical profeMioii litis been slow to learn this. Nothing satisfactory can lie accomplished with douches, snuffs, pow ders, s.vriniree, astringents or anv similar opplication, because they are til irrituting do not thoroughly reach the affected aur fucea and should be abandoned aa worse than failure. A multitude of persons who had for years borne all the worry and pain thiit catarrh can inflict testify to radical and permanent cure wrought by Kly't Cream Balm. Price 50 cents at Druggists. Tns wsv of the traui.Tesor ia hard uutil he reaches the Canadian line. Life. Like a Venomous Serpent Hidden in the gras, malaria but waits our approach, to spring at and fasten Its fungs upon us. There is, however, a certain autl dote to its venom which renders it power less for eviL liostetier s Stomach bitters la this acknowledged and world fumed spe cific, and it is, besiilea this, s thorough curative for rheunwtism, dyspepsia, liver complaint, constipai ion. la gripe aud nerv ousness. In convalescence aud aga it it very servictr.ble. BoHiBonv says that poets are declining. Tills may bo so. but you had better not ask a poet what he will tuke on the strength of It, Boston Bulletin. The Moat Pleasant Way Of preventing the grippe, colds, hendaehet, and fevers is to use the liquid laxative remedy rtjrup ot rigs, wnenever the sys tem needs a gentle, yet effective cleansing. To be benefited one must get the true rem edy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For aalo by all druggists iu auo. ana i Domes. Tag lottery dealer may be appropriately described as a chance acquaintance. Bos ton Traveler. A atemciNt that will ttrengthen every part of the body that will regulate and aid the various f unolions Is essential to the young and middle Bge, who suffer from lo oul and general weaknesses If weak in any part of the body, use Dr. John Hull's Barsaparilla, ll is a great auxiliary to Na fere, and thereby robust maubood and womanhood may be attained. Foxin it a reform game. The players ire constantly going better. Binghamton rtepuuncan. A Couoa, Colo, ob Sors Throat should not be neglected. Bitowx's Bronchial Tiiochfs are a simple remedy, and give prompt tenet, ao eta. a dox. BAssrcL young men ought to practice parking with dumbbells. Binghamton ivepuuiican. Bkicham'i Pills enjoy the largest tale of any proprietary memoine in tnt world. uaae only in Kt. Helens, Jingland. It doesn't often happen that you meet a man who is considered a hero at home. Kam a liorn. Kearlt every little child needs Dr. 'Anil's Worm Destroyers occasionally. These uaiuty canuiea never lall to do good. Bats sn exchange: "With money come poor relations." But poor relations never come wiiii money. Texas Sittings. Pkopls Are Killed by Coughs that Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar would cure. nae t tooiuacne uropt (Jure in one minute Tat devil Is always willing to aid In put- b -r m una vi tuvcija. uaiveston Ths bartender should be a man of rood tpirits. Binghamton Republican. & 8. BABatoa, JUiuon, Cv porcine, wnion completely cured me. Ttala 1 H( M 2 f. fiTA art rwte wmca sua . .-a ru. , ....... o v-je Skt-B sa o rx l-'f- 1 ii. , , -j- a iu aitrj iutv- RELIEVES all Stomach DUtre. REMOVES Kanac. Sens of rullnttt, Co."ui3Tio!. Pais. REVIVES Faiuso ENERGY. RESTORES Normal dreolattOB, aaX Waaxt TO lot Tirs. I. HAITEI MEOICIWi CO.. It t to. it. "DONALD KENNEDY Of Roxbury.Mass., Says: Stiann eaaes euwJ br V Motlaail rr 0001 to no ororr our. Hr ! ParalTnla-BllnitnoM-andtlioUrlB. No" .""J mj atelel DlMTrr our all tbo I toal know, anion It uti-i bold of Uta Uidaaa ftuaoa Utat aiatea all llumor. Tinoixu Citv. Nivada. Sfpt "a. VH. DimaU KruuitUtr Sir: I will ataw air eaw lo rou: About nhto rears aao 1 was paralraod ta aiT lelt !! and tho beat doctors gave at ao rollol for two joars. anil I was auvlwd to Uy roar All. eTorr. wbtfa illi Its dutr. and la a few mouths I was moored wheal lit. About four rears ago I bo. cam blind In vaj left oj br a spotted eewfaoe. Lent ktarrh I was taken Witt La tirtpp. aad waa eonllned lo air bed for throe months. At Uie sod of. liiat tlve, as la the start, then It strnok ma that four IlliewTery was the thin for me; so I f ot a bottle, and before It was half (on I was able to ga lomr work In the mines. Now la regard to my area, as I lost mr left eye. and about III months ago mf niters became effected with black spots over tb stint aa did the left ere perhaps some twenty ot them but sine I bare been anliuj your Dloeaeerf they all left my right eye but one; and. thank tied, the bright light of heaven Is onoe mora making IU appearance In my l.'t eye. I am wonderfully atoe Istod at It, and tbsnk U"d and your If eateal tnenrrr. Vours truly, Hasg WatsaV LADIES . "2173 FOR B0Y3 r ?2.50$22 ZO0 aa r ULIUL 1 75' TOR VV. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOEaCENLENIEH THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOA THE NONET GENTLEMEN and LAI1IKS, save your dol. lars br wtitrlug W. L, Douglas Khoei. They Bieet the wants of all elaim, and are tha most economical foot-wear ever offered for th money. . B.'arc of dealers who offer other makes, aa b tng Just as good, and be sure yon hare W 1 DourJae Shoes, with name and price stamped es bottom, w. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. WTAKB KO KlIBSTITCTe?.-! Insist on local advertised denlers tupylylng yos ESTABLISHED 1845. Tor jtrsT but GOOD SEEDS IF YOU WANT A GOOD GARDEN. Th who buy our Reetln one cownin'al TO UO KO.aU THlvY FliVU THJtM RkiOAlLat, li,i Try Then and You Will Not be Disappointed Our Ulattrated and Deicriptive CtaloRu mailed trM oa applicatioiu Addrest PLANT SEED COMPANY Sit and 814 N. Fourth St., ST. LOUIS, MOt rNAMt THIS rAl'EBcvery lime jou write. ASTHMA CURED .itter how It-iu itaiKltnff DR. DR. HAM MILTON ASTHMA CUKE trivcs limtAiit reTirr ami tu turui wb Meti. Ill iKit a mm ft or a lluuiil. in ?., It uied i e'lnrunti'efl to cure when prx?vrinirijr iMed. I'rleo, il.OO t rlmtrtTtata, or by mall, 6 boxcK, $4, AddrN liiiiCairr t co., Hiu.tKiuN, n. V 1WKMt TMll PAPER wrjti Irsawtlt. fiint by Iiprevi Eferj tiere, 40e. Ttt Towmi, VAMOITM CAND1KH, IM MAIM ITREKT, MEMPHIS, TEWBf. Oar ThrM Ndl asbrHlHM MrklM mtuei ruirt with yara of raff"- lo embroidery with lillt or ephrr. Circular! and Urma to arr'-nU free. Marbtnc, colored pal 1 f-r t hnnk trlltrsn natlarn uaaanlakal I'M. Xov. IT, 1691. 0 T,V ' c'l0kTuii, orice flats, direction!, ete., all mall for $1.10. Pntifrfttlon (rurant4ci or moats i Cuiided. . icuiui a t44, Vkltj. FOLKS REDUCED month bj harmleaa herbal tnTDrntlotL Nnittrrinv nniamnfaniMM - ' 'and no bad sffacta. fit rtct It oonflrUntial. Patents! Pensions 8ndfor lnventor'ifluMeorHow to obtain sfatent, teail f or Diijr.t o( PKNSIOM ant BOI NTT LAWtt PATHICK 0TARHEIL, . WA8HDC0T0H, 0, a ea-JiJisiiusmum ' NEEDLES, SHUTTLES, Foral I Sewlni Mschtnea, HTANnaBDUuODsOnlT. TheTriulo Sappllet. Penri for wholettsle prlc ll.t. Bl.EI.OTK U'f'BlVl. ncrAiKS. 30) Locust at. hlXoulaJio mr iui ibis ruu Mia.irta SOUTH AMERICAN COMPOUND. A poBtttveeore for Khtumntixm La Grippe, etc. Thre mon tha' trcatmrnt by mail. On lllar. Sample and rlrrular Wlmir how to x free newspaper for - atamp. J AOKmtX MFB, ( fl riM.L H KI A, Uhl VXAMI TUa PaPIKvimt tmm alttft Gpi2a2njrir.s rt "If aplenrtia Silk nca.. astd. brliihtcolors, c.! pk-H. l.emsrle's Silk Mills. Little Jerrr. N.J asraiaa run waa wm, am m m A CTHFJI A ASTHMALBH TH M. TAFT IMS. M. U.,ImN(S ttl,ai.F REE OPIUM Morphine Habit Cored In 10 tnvudfira. o py till cnrd DR.J.STEPMENal. LahanAn Ohia. latttllllasua . ' ' wrmrj mm jm trat. Mi. Poultry and Pet Stock Club.i.Sl cheap. Write B. o. MASON, KIBKOV1U.K, ata asraajnnisMr(aannMiiis, ko:.;e: TCDI. Book-kTCDlnc.Pennisaihle.Arna ftle. thertlisnd.stc.. thorouhlv tsneht t ll. Trtil law rne. Imat a airaltoa, lefkle, 1. 1. arUIIU(rUUnelbaawua , PFIKlniK s'lnMdlibl). CfFsforla I 5 . ir'' "ease.tSjtarsesperleaee.lAwsIrs. A. w. itroanri a sosj, nnhi.su., a. 1. 1 nmu.ii, a. sruunanninniaiMM, CaaaBw.MtlM .nil nannl. who bare weak Innca or Astn na, sboald asa Plao's Cor for Coiunmptlon. It haa caret tkowsaaae. It has not Inler M one. It Is not bad to take. It Is tba best oonc a srrap. eoia everrwhere. BS. u u . "13T7 WHES WKITISOTt ADTERTISEKt PLEADS at thai re taw Us AtrarUameat la Ult Vvtl ' rWiU r-V Dm ire j ti V..