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t ' KnST I!? THE WOULD. &iy&) e.v& 0X cV.cwsss Was yce - cakes lor fovc. l.lackiti,'oSTR POLISH T .-hire, after -Unl ol apjUit.li a cloth. ih--l .. .... , äLSIlM THE WCei Horse Itroa., l'rcps.. Cantor er. lie us oi ,fy(.M ..,,1 it! A subscription has;, 1)nrdi;lsc. :m1 Ibistol to provide f.j(f t,u. tvK.,..:lUi n-tontion in that .uisin-i, .li-iinn collation of n-l!.-IlJs i-npHi-L-üo,, .! In mm-tion u ,..,,.,.,, ,s .,. .,1V vncrinalion. 7r Ml, ri,.(l(.ri( k No k rnt the ' i;rPV,l..r-l-M.. and v.ms r.v (T o Wolt at tlM, .ris(ll ,.xl,il,iJio'l hlbile.l by si , , ,...,,. in .' ' '. lieh pla s it attiaHetl a oti car i o e .. , ' ; anwMüit of attention. KERITEDREWARD. IXS OP LYDIA E. PIN IH .1315 vi: eta i: lk ('032 rouxw. rnrqunllctl In h? IIHoryof MolWap. Honesty, I.r Hrr.cc, raltliiuliis l illy Kpuariloi!. Nrvrr in tlio liistory of m''.'p,:.:'. 1:as tlie ilcmanI for imc particular n-m -'ly for ffinalo uiM-ac.s ju.il! 1 that uttaino.l I y l.y lit l J'. J'ilih'l'liliH Yo-.-talil. ( 'otllJi''H!.l ami m-. r H ill the his- m fry of Iftii.mil for it hiTii so n-at an it is Pxlay. From Maiüo t I' -."'W -i Vv , -. 'S Iffy if California, from thn (lulf to th St. Lawrcnr. oiik; the ptotl tiilin of womnn's suuYrin. relieve. I hy it ; ami thouan.l upon thou parnl of letters are. pouring in from praP'ful women, saying that it hii.i ami li.T.x positively cur those painful Ailments of Women. It will carp the worst forms of female complaint)', all ovarian trouMes, intlam inatiou ami ulceration, falling am! lis jikwementsof the womb, ami consrm-tit vpiual we:ikn'SH, ami ii icculiaiiy adapt "1 to th' change of life. livery time it will cure Ilackaclio. It has mrM more. cacs of lcueorrbra liy removing the cau-, than any reniely the worM has ever known; it is almost infallible in such cases. It lissolvcs ami expels tumor.t from th utcrtw in an early stage of development, ainl checks any temlency t( cancerous humor?. I.yiUa K. rinkhanrs I.Ivor Pill work in unison with the Compouml, ami are a sure cure for constipation ami siek lieailache. Mrs. Finkham's Sanative "Wash is frequently found of great vahw for local application. Corr'spomlen-? Is freely solicited by Ihe Lydia K. rink ham Medicine Co., Lynn. Ma-?., and the M rietest confidence assured. All drug pists sell the I'inkham's renicilies. The Vegetable Compound in three forms, Liquid, l'ilis, and Lozen.jei. The Greatest Medical DLscoverj of the Age. KENNEDY'S filEDIGAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst bcrofula down to a common Pimp!e. He ha tried it in over eleven hundred cases and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Send postal caul for book. A benefit is aiways experienced from the first bottle, and a'perfect cure is war ranted when the riht quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like needles passing through them; the same with the Liver or Bowels. This is caused by the ducts being stopped, and always disappears in a week after taking it. Read the laivl. if the stomach is foul or bilious it will :ause squeamish feelings at first. No change of diet ever necessarv. Eat the lest you can get, and enough, of it. Doe, one tnblespoonful in water at bed time. Sold by all Druggists. a. s. v. No. 1-9 ASK YOUR DEALER FOR W. L Douglas S3. S!-äE cesMdThc If you pay 64 to & for ex amine t!:e W. 1.. 1 oiu;!as Sliof, and 52? ve v.!iut agixl sh'e ou can Luy for Vir u OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS, COMUIKKS, HtnON, himI I.ACi:, mal in nil I(liiUcl tliClM-Kt m I teil lr.it iicr by Lllled work men. "Wo make nncl eil more $3 Shora than Hey Ina in fart n re r In the world. Now; jf mi in ttnics f!r.n and rrice i- t,tur.i;v.t on t!i Utttoni. Ask voi:r duller fr c.nr fj."5, t :.r,i. a s urA Ul.-.r, u,r i-vs. TAi'E NO LU3STIPJTE. If your dealer raiinot -unj !v v'.n. M-nd to Kic tory, en' losti;j rir; a:id TC' nts to i ly türri.ie. t.lte kiii'l.tyle it toe (rip ,- plain), size and uidtli. Our Ciistrin Dept .kill t.ll your ordr. .end for nw Jilus- t rated Catalog!!-! to Itox It. W. L. DOUGLAS, Drockto.n, Mass. V 'C'tL-J fcl Mil Tvrw 1 t A WS TRUMPET CALLS. A Horn Sounds a Warning ?oto to the Unredeemed. T OA FING 13 not J-'fif rest. Knvy 1 3 n. dog that bites before barking. The man who loafs is least sat isfied with his pay. Good fortuno does not always travel ia a car- nae. Fill man with whisky and ho can give the pig points. "Whoever makes God Ms strength will not long bo weak. Christ wept over Jerusalem, but had no pity on himself. On the day we have done no good wo have dono mu h evil. . If all our wishes were gratiiicd, how poor wo would all be. The Christian is in great danger when he trusts in his own strength. The man who takes (Jod for Iiis guide will always travel in the right path. The devil s es to it that a grumbler always has something t grumblo abjut. The man who denies Christ In his politic, will not he trin to him in any thing else. "Whoever sneers at religion makes It that niu-h harder for somebody U be a Christian. lb llgioii pun and undehded never has to curry a banner to let the world know its name. There is no autlmrity in the F.ible for measuring a man's teligion by tho Jengill d Iiis fare. Vv'hen the levil comes to an empty mind, he walks in and lakes possession f the w hole house. We must iM'ver eoiirlude that the devil lias left us for good, when ho loaves us for a season. Fiety is on lit decline In any com niuniiy w here nobody Is being persecut ed for righteousness' sake. To tuideriako to W a Christian with jio expectation of bearing the cross is o fail before making the start. The man who love-, his neighbor as !i5mdf will be slow about going to law t get wr-mg things made right. If the troops are not trained when there is no enemy In sight they will aiot behave well in the day of battle. God's grace is great. Mit It cannot do much for the man who is only trying 1o be religious an hour or two a week. It N an evideiu'o that we are get ting elosor to God. w hen we begin to pray a good deal lor people we don't like. F.elieve tiiat God Is with you In yonr present trouhl lMM-ause lie has prom ised that he will never forsake you In any trouble. No argument Is required to convince a man with eyes that the sun glvea light, and whoever Is born of the Spirit knows that Jesus Is the Christ. The Daughter of .Jenny Und. Mrs. Raymond .Maude, who is mar lied to a nephew of the present head of tho Maude family. Lord Dovercourt, Is the daughter of Jenny Llnd iMme. CohlschmMt). ller father, Otto Gold sehmldt, who is still living, Is the well known orchestral conductor and com poser. Mrs. Raymond Maude is very musical, anl her ehlUlreu also promise to develop lovely voices. Mrs. Ray mond Maude is weil known as a com povser, and her dtdightful and sympa thetic setting of tho- exquisite llttlo !3rles. "Rhymes About a Little Wom an," show promise of attaining an im mense and well-deserved popularity. Mrs. Maude Is thoroughly F.rilish In character and manner, having been brought up in IhiglanI, :tul only shows traces of her Scandinavian origin in her fair hair and complexion. -The Woman at Home. She Wasn't "Voss, Hertie." The directory canvassers have some ohl experiences. In making their rounds It is customary for them to note the surname first and follow It with the Christian nam One of the can vassers had occasion to call at :i Fine street residence several days ago. A bright, hMful looking young girl came to the loor. lie asked her name. "My name';" she answered, with a lit tle wonder In hr ton-. "My name is Ilertie Cross." Sh watched closely aa he wrote. "Cross. Itertio." Then sho exclaimed. "Don't you dare to put my name down that way. That's my nick liamo hero at the house, but I want my name put in the directory as F.crtio Cross or not at all." Fhiladelphia Rec ord. Teetli Heading. Teeth reading is the latest fad in Fng land. The "science" is only in its in fancy yet, but the following are two or three of the items which its professors assert to be IiienirovertIble: "Teeth that are long and narrow denote van ity; projectors indicate a grasping dis position; treachery is best known by small, white, separated molars; Incon stancy by overlapping teeth; and tho possessor of wide separated ivories Is .sure to tell all he knows. Those who wear false ones possess a. character that the science cannot read." Snys linglish Coal I Superior. It Is .said that the superiority of linglish coal makes the westward trips of Atlantic steamers faster than the castwanl. The fact, however, may be also partly accounted for by the preva lenx of westerly winds. Hear Interrupted the Telegraph. T legraphh communication with Mil ford, X. Y., was cut off for four hours the other day by a tame bear, which, after climbing a telegraph pole, tore down the wire. f7 J 1 rsa (m An Obi .Maid's lipitnpti. Oue of Depew's stories at the Fuffalo Club dinner whhdi does not appear in his reported speech was one told by his frh'iid Mr. iNhp. for a long time, president of the New Haven road. "He is now." said Mr. Depew, "resting in his dd age in hoiiorahl- retirement and retlection upon the sins which are fre quent with a railway president. He tdd ine thcothiTdny that wImmi Ii vis ilel. for the llrst time in sixty years, tin pl.n-e of his birth. h began t in quire about the dd lady and d.l maid. Abigail Henderson, who was Iiis teach er in his early youthhefore he went to the academy and them-e to Yah-and finding i: reconl d her among tie i'in iniscenccs of the town went to He chujvhyard and Iber' lis'-oveied thai she had ere tel a reminiscence of lH'r s If. It was a monument on wh'udi was ii!s-iili-d: 'Abigail Henderson. l!d aged .M5. Fut your trust in tie- Lord and have m ronthh'ncr in man. If Abigail had been tie- recipient of the honor you havo shiwerod on me ; night she would have iwtTS-. d that 'l- dict. She night tad l.a e cxpic-sed Iit doubt as to tit,- Lord, but she -er!aiii!y would haw boon reassured about man." - lluffalo 'ourier. The Sc igniorage. The seignorage really is ihe -harg. made for -linage. Then, as a eriaiii amount of base metal has io be added to uM and silver to make tin' coins hard enough tor u. tin actual charge was :.bdislied and the diiVerein-e ! iweu the amount of prcdtus metal i'eceiwd and that used was -(UM.'p-d ;is 1 1n sdgiioia ge. Suppose a pi:mi brought ös grains of gdd to ihe mint, In would rei-ehe M. whil.' llie mint would add L's.."..". grains of silv'r ami copper ami in sil out of the omhi nation. When the question d siixer cinage -ame up a i!iirl moaning wa. giv'ii the word scigiioTg'; it was lal;- ell to liM'ail Ihe dill'ei en- ietw'li ill' judee paid for silvj'r bullion and tie 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i d silver dollars tiiat could b. coined from it. Thus a man broiigiH HL1-.. grain.; of silver to the iivasury uid lo the mint, and received, say. for it. ils bullion value: ami lite Govern ment credit'! itself Willi .SI. beaiise that was what ii would coin out of that amount of silver. While the Sherman n-t was In force, requiring the pur chase of so much sliver bullion ewry month, the seigtiorage ac-umulal'I v ery lime a bullion purchase was made. The "Melnnclioty Day Have Come, The nmMest nf t In ye:ir," not when 'nitiunn Iüih nrrlv'd. poei I'.ryntit Intimate. Ihm wlien ii follow :-t." I'lltoiis. 'I'ln- "m-i'i' und vi How U-uf" Is In hin complexion If not In the foli:iir tit I ha t ln.'inpl-lotis llnio. Ilos totter's Stonwn h lUtters will noon lis i!liu Ids r-lM'lliou4 l!r, und reirulat Iiis howHs. ltosld'S toiiiiig Ills stonunli n ml healthfully sthniilatlnc his kidneys. Malaria, iliei.ma lisni und ii'rvijiisuefs are also rli' lv ttie Ultltio. i Trappe! by t!n Portrait. If an old writer ! true In his obser vations, tin pheasant must be a very simple bird. For lie delar's thai it puts its lnvtd in Iii ground and thiuhs that all Its bdy is then hidden. This Is Just what our old frhuid the ostrich does In ihe African desert. The same author says that it was also rapture! by another curious plan. A picture of the bird was paintl on elolh and 1h n phi rod In a spot whore It was sure to ! seen. Hy and by a silly pheasant com lug along ratrhrs sight of the portrait ami ges up t have a losr view of Ihr new neighbor. While engaged Insyei t ing the ranvns. ihr fowlrr draws nrar from lM'hind and 1 brows his net over Ihr unwary art-siub'tit. l)eafnsi C'u-mot Ho Cured bv local applleatiniis, as Uuy cannot reach th lbens'd portion of Ihe ear. There Is only one way to cure leafm ss. unit that U hv cnu.tltu tloiial r'lnell's. l'afness Is caused by an In llaine! -ondltlon of I lie mucous Hulne "of ihe r.itachlau Till. When this tube Is inflamed vim have a rumbling mviihI or lniHrfect loar Inir. and wticn It Is entirely closed. I 'iifness l tin roult. and unless the Inflammation ran he taken out anl this tuU ri'stor'! in Its normal condition, hearing will be dostmved he-ever; nine ea's out oi t-n are caused by catarrh, v hii'li Is nothing but an inflamed condition of th mucous snrhnvs. We will (rive One Hundred Dollars for :.ny case of Heatness i caused by catarrh ) that can not be eure! by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free. P. .1. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. lESold by Irui;i;ivt.s, T5c. lluiiiaii Idle Always Seeks Its Lever Human life, which Is dun! and not lixed, is lik other tluids in seeking a l'vd. It has always dne this in tim.'s jia-t, and has not rested until it has found the h'Vcl f rpialiiy in some place or other. It oner found this in classes; ami thse became continent with the gradual rflVct of time on their borders, and lloweil into orders, larger and vaster. At last the larger expanses have begun t burst their bounls ami to meet in the immeasurable level of equality of society. Century. Scalps tormented with dandruff or seald h'ad are made healthy with Glenn's Sub phur Soap. "Hill's Hnirand Whisker Dye." lihu-fc or lirowii. ?U: "Allan Water" was wrilteii by Mat lliew Gr'gry Lewis, belter known in literature as "Monk Lewis." whoso weird tab's wore the fashion when Scott was young. "Itrow u's ltnun hial Troches" are a niupie and convenient remedy ftr Itmn cliial AlTeilioiis ami C'otihs. Carry t In -in in your o k't. Cb.arity is a blessed privilege. It lifts poor human nature up to the lev I of Ihe angels, ami slnIs the Iightof Heav en around our pathway. In a great many cases of Asthma, l'iso's ( 'i:re for 'onsimipt ion will pi ve relief that is almost equal to a cure. "Ö rents. It is :i had day for a Christian, when be begins to think he has all the relig ion he Herds. Sin is a drtrctivr that never gives up or turns buk. FITS. All Flt8storpcIfrli-llr. Kline's Gre il erv l.etMer. No I ltn utter lirht duy'n um. ÄUr .Hoin, i'uifH. 'inutiht mid fcMMtrul txttla free to it catic. Stnd to li . Kliae. Kil Arch St.. l'tn 1. 1'. Mm. AVInslow's Koothino Sthup for (Tilldreo letbina; lotteim the kuidh. rcaiicc indanimatloa, lUtya cures wind colic as cota bottU. Popular Inscctf. The fashion of wearing live beetles is carrie! to ;i gre:it extent in ltra.il. A well-known resubmit h:'s a beetio ' with a collar of gob', "whi'-h no-rts at i i the top ami is there ornamented with a s diamond of great value. Tin insert has ! a rag- surroumh'd by the plants among ! whieh it lives in its naiiw state, and nothing is neglected to makr it as comfortable as psiblr. Fui the mf j poiuilar insect tiseii fm- an ornament is a small phosphorescent brrtb. The.-e are often worn fastened in lit hair. In Olden Tiinen People overlooked lh- importance of P'rt:ianently benofn ial effrcts and were satisfied with transient aetiou; but mw that it is genrrnlly known that Syrup of Figs will pTiiianontly cure habitual constipation, well informell peopl. wü! tint tuy other laxatives, which a t lor a time, but linally injure the systi-m. It -an Im said of Alexander Dumas, ihr younger, tiiat h" I'lue bearer prov ing the ri.-lencr of a iliivot law of h--redity than any ether lean of Iiis lime. Si. Louis Globe-Dctimcrat. K ej np fiijt rasping rough at the p.-ril d' breaking down -nr Lungs ami Throat, r.i t !n r h-l the af'ücicil immediately report lo Dr. D. Jayne's Ii pct ra n I. wliicii cures ail Coughs and Coids. :n amelior ates all Lung Coniiil.iints and Throat Ails. Sell'-ihuiial is the las! thing: some mm i ii t on 1 lo pra !i ' w h-n they start out lo be religious. Thin or gray hair and bald heads, so lispVasitig to tuatiy people a- marks of aire, may he avert-! lor a oiig m!:ig Hall's Hair K ii'v r. time b Three ii ::t ii keep a m i I. if two f I t hem an lcal. I lieh Ih tho founttation of heftlth. The way to have Rich, ItcU, Healthy Jilocul ia to t-ike Sarsaparille Hood'S Pills curr ;.J1 l.iver III. nt Willen to say t4No. Wheir the clerk tries to get rid of some other binding by calling it just as good as the Bias Velveteen Skirt Binding. Simply refuse to take It. No bind ing wears or looks as well as the 44 s II. & M. If your dealer will not supplj you, we will. Send for samples, s-howintf labels anJ mate rials, tothe S. M.&.M. Co.. P. Ü. Bex 699. Iw York City. mm Morphine llahit Cured in IO to '4it Ihj;. till cure!. fi DR. J.STtf-HENS. Lebanon. Ohio, H. N. U. No. 1-06 IN wrltliift to Advertisers, ple.nsado not fafl to mention IhlH )iup:r. Alvirtiierii lUt to know wtiiit zikoiiiumti pay tliem leüt NBe sure Red dloocl "Ol fl" rai s fir W& 0i p?3 M ik Urn iMw and no other, for it is J1TI Ti i a . ... 10 CE li ,i a- 1 ut long r.ianinng ii.e paiii y has been : chronic cases r? m B Crtuitn !n o:;r Vict ctily. l.uü Ki'r. S. t our taaic. l' uu'i J.'rai t Co., Jiew Vor i.:.U I.uiiULi. ;t1 To rcnuircc, lime and 'xTN lir.d fJ W best with PearHnc. It saves iä) e vield readily to yüü Ciiuvyv K taa fe and RHEUATJSFk'Jof m.my years' standing lir.s been rurcl bv it. S 7YV, V)lm mm. I AS 10 i "Every "Monday morning for two years I've Ucd SANTA CLAUS SOAP always makes the clothes pure ned white-without hard rubbine t'N luive my w .',"Tr J Cfi'in 1 U colors V "Usethe Means and Heaven Will Give You the Blessing' Never Neglect A Useful Article Like I- i i I , I Äiii, io bring NTS . v- (rV r m m ztno$ rigs & I'n'.vcrFs.'.'.y tis"! ard rTt;:i ir.i i.(n .1 fur '.it. 1'. cms. r.ri: - ?, .Mf, 'n!a:r!i. ..i- II ret.. n'A l'i. a ...u Ili.'.nli.h.u'.i'.l. in irv-i BJ ':- 1.-1 tri find the time 1 to itcan vom h;Kis '.villi p i i rt u r u.ft v. e a 9. u trrt B .Vi Ii n n 1 WW J- ii hs5 tri VA I I Jreariine. Like th.c umr. reqinr'-u to clean it hst willi soap, aiul ili?Jr hy two. I 'sc? Pearline, and save IvJ.i veur halt" vom lahor - tln-n oii can time to ilo SOlllCthlF.. eNe hesides work. Pearlinc v.ill clean voar caquis v.iinor.t takin-- tlb-m ; p. it will clean everything. IVomi th'. kiuhen lloor to the dainties! hric-a-hrac, tivre's nothiii''- in si Iii that isn't i leaned rubbing. Irmi mi woman i Inother o - ihi:ig done by nine o'clock. This 1A 1l'tf.rl din ttuwt ly.1't-i. in mv summer dresses, so it must free from all acids. I do wish von would scud down to the Grocer una jj;t a cake to try on your next washing-day. You will find a perfect I.nundry Soap. Sold everywhere. Made only by The K. K. Fairbank Company, tnicago. ut aaf Mr. It. L. .!.!i!is. f S.'lin.i. Ahi., Is In the habit if buyiu: llip itts Tabu!'s;it White's lMi;iiiii:t y :it Si'lnct. Wlien jnt'f it'W ! ;ii ill' ti:i:ef :i ret-ent pur.-li: s Lver iMv' I w:! s :i tliv? army. vl!r' I rtuitr.i'tl ir.l'ies tiin and ly snepsln frun e:M.'nv: i:iri t.o l. an! -u b-'!! ." I h.ive suffer'! niii'-h fioai t'ü" a.n.l himlred ai'tiiciiH. A '!i !' tuinr w h leeks. fr .1. N. llar'.erin a I rifJT store at WinJiei!. i.i:i:i-. ;!1 me wliile h.:ii!e 0:1 a vNi!, uver a y ar a--. to e; a bx -f l.tpaus 'I'abulc!-! anl la'r tlnsn. 1 l:l. aii.l in a very short time 1 was bra tiled, and by llie time i!n-v were half ;':it 1 was w ell, am! since : iti I have f'l ben'.-. at mr aiul ft'lish.Ml it I 'Tu'!' t!!;(a at ;i!:v tiine s'.nce the war. ami am doim; lmu. v: !, now t'.ian I . er ee. .! i loaLraiu. I '11 yu !;' a:' ihr greatest med'n ine for a fIi'".' Mm:a-li I rv'r saw. Thi b. is f,t a neihbr of mine 'ii: b. :v.- "n the rountry. W aHva.vs i:'v ; he;a ar home, and 1 never heOai i r'.'omni'nl th 'iu w lien . t''.iow m;ia ia -s about Iii- stoma h hurling him. CSi-iir. l. L. .bn.S." Kt -.ti:s '.'. ur üiung'.', r I ' ;r.r.l It (li pi .!' i'iti 'tili a l.x !s m :iI t I ! la uni, :;.-nil -al (.'oiiipxm . Nu. 1 s,iriu-e Mroi't. f rk s-n;iil lal. l'.t i-vnt. titk AritsiOTon ro. '.(il l-.iir t:.f .turn Wtl.l1 till! 1 l.HI' Illt'S!, t)Vf.llff It llIlS rMllUTl tilt .'I'M of 'uij J-owcr I J 1 i hat H w. 1 h.a iiian? 1-rt.iirt . u .. 1... I... ....... 1. 1 s ... 41 -uiir ii'J' . 1. i .in m il im.' limi: .in ll I if IPr.-tJ III!1 I Il.lll Oi liitiii . in :i tii M ktl..n It .iU iimni Olli f ill of l!iv :irt, I, , tiiat tt will l:ir-i.-n i.util Jn.iry l-t at lt ihn iiii:t ir1.' It a, i. TanUs ami I'nmpnif Ml klix-. S'ii ft.r u'al H m ifactory: I'th. R-.'dnvc'.I in..! Fillciur i:rrtt:, QMJT '''M TiiHs' im i i s l-v ri-r.iif rj i eo I. r OUVL ' l; i Sai!t:!i-i U i I io."' iiii-li i'il:unl'. r-lit'Vi-tt a;i.l ii't-s U!'miihh;,s;.i, .('ira'v:. iii.ii;tu-lt-il. J. lU.l.U :0I7 l ni. it A.mu -. :U s '. Ill- IrA tM.'.K W-lt-HI- til (lCf t,Al V"5 AWiijfi.' A.