ffuwres twRn 3ppspm
ere's Something for You
a lea' t "as et ms.eA cras , p
M sL Jsaenne Csantghlaause
South Newcastle, Me.
" When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, I
Could eat nothing but very light food, without
having terrible distress in my atomnch. I had
tried other medicines, which did nme no good.
Before I had taken one bottle of Ilood's I saw
that it was doing me good. I continued to
grow better while taking five bottlsca and now
i can et anything. I have had no distress for
months, and I tlink there is no medlicine for
dyspepsia liko Hodl's Saraparilla. My apr
tite is exctllent. and tl my hllth is ecry muchs
lhetter than for ycnre." tHutee JENNIL CUE
lNGOnA., South Nowcastle, Me.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor
ng the perltaltlic action of the allmentary canl
SICK HEADACHE, WEAK STOMACH,
IO80RBERS OF THE LIVER.
I hve used Drodie'- Pilus for man yevrnts ii
sy family nnd hnae fou,d them injvalunhle in
llt eses, and as a l.iver i'ill do tt think they
have an equal. Gpo. It. WILY.
SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS.
SK CH . seE, a STo MA.
I. L LYONS & CO., Proprietors,
Shave use odie'Cs . r m ea
"What is August Flower for ?"
As easily answered as asked. It is
for Dyspepsia. It is a special renm
edy for the Stomach and Liver.
Nothing more than this. IVe believe
August Flower cures Dyspepsia.
We know it will. 'e have reasons
for knowing it. To-day it has an
honored place in every town and
country store, possesses one of the
largest manufacturing plants in the
country, and sells everywhere. The
reason is simple. It does one thing,
and does it right. It cures dyspepsiao
MASON & HAMLIN
ORGANS are without question thbe fEST. They
have taken 1tlCII F:,iiT itiNO*0it AT ALL GIRErAT
WORLD'S EXItlitItIONS, and for forty years
best muslcians have dclsarel them superior to all
eon't he humbugged into baying inferior organs
which are ORGANS r eflooding
the coo n- y ty They
sre p:t in- - to showyr
faeshy c.- see. Whim
the interior, or m'^acnil portion-thechire thlng in
any musical insttrument- is unecientitirsily and
poorly male. In qualiity of tone and durahility they
don't eorparýwi.th 3t.rn .d ITamtln ()ltt5ANS
yet the latter ma hbt ;[email protected] higher in price. Thai
'the beet is the cl.apert" is true of organs and
pianos If anywhere.
The Mason h iltan!;n ri.tso, constructed on our
decAlaead 1PIANOS d p:cnto
perts to be ,, -Lreat
cci Inprocnrot t in p1tt~- oi the cnctury." 'end
for Ulusiratd c'.ti.ALAItF'.S, cent frre to iuy ad
dress. Where no denier i, rpresettlig our instrn
mhen's, we sell to the pulqii d;rcct fron tite factory.
MASON & IAMLIUN ORGAN Alfl PIIANO CO,,
Tremont St., Boston I Fifth Ave., New York I Wlabash
Ave., Chica.oi Walnut St., Kansas City.
Positively cure Bilious Attack, Con
stipation, Sick-lleadache, etc.
25 cents per bottle, ati Drug Stores.
TWrite for sample dose, free.
d. F. 8MI/TH & CO.,"-'Ne' York.
uamr uormption. Coug.., Cloup, Sore
BLet, Sold by ali Drugists am• Guarnste.
RAD FI ELD'S
meiRt&a o for alt dein
as. Itaken n tfnimet
regulatl s &nd rrcmot
bemltlhy action a,i tue
&mts of the geserahv
the ge of puberty, ai
'Tho hgegt renmaenuitadonu from j.romi.
thoe who have td it.
U lnt Alpap to ets.
Wils (to husband. whose loud snor
lag keeps her awake)-Charlie, Charlie,
do stop anoripg! Turn over on your
side. (Nudges him.)
Husband, only half awake, grunt-,
turns on his side and continues to
Wife has a happy idea. Remembers
a line from an article called: "How to
Prevent Snoring." Gives her husband
a second nudge, which elicits another
grunt,. "'Oh, Charlie, if you'd keep
your mouth shut you'd be all right!"
Charlie (still semi-conscious) -So
would you.-lIoston Globe.
lie Hlad His Measure.
Mr. P. U. Winston and Bon. H. A.
Gilliam were for years leaders at the
Ilertie county (N. C.) bar, and had each
a full appreciation, from experience,
of the skill of the other. At one term
Mr. Winston was suddenly called away,
and placed his business in the hands of
his nephew, Duncan Winston, a recent
acquisition to the bar.
"Now," said he, "Duncan, if Gilliam
makes you any offer of a compromise,
decline it. If you make him one, and
you find he is about to accept, with
draw it immediately."-Green Bag.
Short But Elrective Oratory.
Police Magistrate-Prisoner, the case
against you is clear enough. You seem
to be a chronic loafer and deadbeat.
Have you anything to say in your own
Surly Vagrant--Reckon not, jedge.
You don't '"pect me to do no fine talk
In', do ye?
Police Magistrate-No. I'll attend
to that. Fifteen dollars and costs.
Committed until paid. Next!-Chicago
The nlich larn's rhlltsophy.
Blande (sitting in his comfortable
apartment)-llow I pity the poor such
a night as this.
Bluff-Then why don't you put on
your coat and go out and see if you
cannot render assistance to some of
Blande-AhI Then I slsoulln't be so
comfortable as I am now and might
forget the poor and begin to pity my
self. That would be selfish, you know.
The iruits of Experience.
"Say, old man, let's go out to the
track; I've got a suro tip on the win
"What's the matter?"
"Ilad a sure thing myself yesterday.
Say, lend me a quarter for a hair-cut."
A PI'rdent Sisan.
"Why do you not marry Miss Hlaw
kins., Charlie, if you love her so? Can't
you afford it?"
"Certainly I can afford to get mar
ried; but I'm far-seeing, you know, and
I'm blest if I know what I should do in
ease we were to have trouble and she
were to get alimony."-llarper's Bazar.
A POI'PlN' JAY.
Could Not See.
l,tsband-You've been worrying me
for five years bernause you weren't as
well dressel as Mrs. Nexdoor.
"\\'ell, he's failed - can't pay his
"D)id he owe you anything?"
"Ilumph! I can't see what that has
to do with my clothes."-N. V. Weekly.
A 'a:t:dld .Admission.
RPetired Milkman-You will excuse
me, but I can't bear to shake hands.
New Acquaintance - Indeed! Why
Retired Milkman (weeping)-It al
ways reminds me of the movement of
the old pump I was associated with in
my younger days.-Texas Siftings.
A ietter Lreason.
Hobbs- Do you believe Gallup burned
his home to get the insurance nmoney?
Dobbs-No: I visited him at the jail,
and he confessed to me that hie did it
to get rid of the box of cigars hiis wife
bought him for his birthday.-Life.
First I'oet-Say. Sam, how is it yer
allus has a new hat?
Second Poet-Easy enough: w-hener
er I see a better hat than mine in a
restaurant I nllus git through first.
A itflirult t'ndertaklng.
Johnson--\ondler why they don't
have a pork syndicate? T''hey have al
most every kind
Itronson (country--bred. contemptu
ously)--)id you ever try to corner a
pig?- Des Molines Argonaut.
Alece Trisity-Do you believe in elec
Foggarty--No, sir; I do not! The old
fashioned way of hanging that suited
my forefathers is good enough for me.
Mr. Deadgone-lHow did you know I
was coming to-night, Tommy?
Tommy-I heard Sis tell Bridget not
to ilI no the narlor lamo--Lifo.
lSquellalg at Chicago.
"Now," said the editor, "I want you
to write up Chicago's magnifience as
a pork center."
"I see." replied the reporter; "a pain
Be peered behind a theater oat
Ant frowned at the broad expanse of ted.
'I'hen smiled on the girl who next him sat.
With one twice as big on her wobbly hend
Pipps-Whst's the easiest deaib to
Doot'-Gtvel It up; niyer tri4 M -y
-_ 'mhT'4.wd Top0c
Whe aver. it ese mase.
'lrst Monkey (as dude with a ma
ooycle In one eye approaehes eage)
Duffy, what do you call it?
Second Monkey-Blest if I know,
Cully. flow did it get in?
"Didn't see it come in. Say, that isn't
one of those things what descended
from us monkeys, is it?"
"Naw; de old orang-outang in dat
other cage is some relation o' him." -
The True State of AlItrs.
"Good morning, Tommy. Is your
"No. He's gone to the dentist's."
"To the dentist's?"
"Yes-to have ma's teeth seen to,"
"Yes; but ma is in herself, if you'd
like to see her."-Drake's Magazine.
She Saw the Point.
Beggar (to dude with young lady)
Please, mister, gimme a cent?
Dude (angrily) - Aw. go away, I
haven't any cents.
Young lady smiles and dude doesn't
know why. -Texas Siftings.
Philadelphia's New Name.
"Charley Dingbats calls Philadelphia
the City of Sisterly Love."
"Because so many girls there have
promised to be sisters to him."-Des
"Poor Jimson; he's housekeeping.
and he tells me he has an awful time
with his cook."
"Why doesn't he discharge her?"
"Can't; you see he married her."
"Tom," she whispered, nestlingira
his shoulder. "have you found yeur
"Well, if I haven't," was his guarded
answer, "I've found a mighty good sub
He Wantedt to Know.
"The only thing left now," said the
counsel to his client. "Is the judge's
"How much is it likely to be?' asked
the client, anxiously.-Truth.
A SLAVE TO FASHION
Mr. Casey-Phat are yea doin'. Mrs.
Casey, wid me umbrell'?
Mrs. Casey-Sure, Mike, I'm gettin'
the frame ready for me crinoline dress
I want to be in shtyle wid the Fist at
A Consoling Thought.
Queen ilU is deposed, as everyone knows.
But her position is yet sublime;
For the poets may swear and tear their hair,
But they can't put her name in rhyme.
True to Life.
Autnor-Well. what do you think of
my new drama?
Friendly Critic-Splendid! The vil
lain in particular is admirably por
trayed. The very words he utters are
Miss Thin-Don't you think my new
dress is just exquisite? They all say so.
Fannie-O, lovely! I think that dress
maker of yours could make a clothes
pole look quite graceful.-Brooklyn
She said farewell to that young mass;
It seemed to do no good.
Her father camo and said it once
And then lie understood.
She-You used to say before we were
married that you would give up your
life for me.
lle-Vell, didn't I? I haven't had
any life since we were married.-N. Y
They All Do It.
Mrs. Minks-Mrs. Leadem is aging
Mrs. liinks-Yes, poor thing. She is
worrying herself gray trying to look
young.-N. Y. Weekly.
Thorn Under the Rose.
Edith-Mr. Chatterly was the life of
the company last night.
Jack--Maybe; but he was the death
of the other fellows who wanted to
TUST TEn NOT,.
"So he wals only tooling me after sill'
A Good Exarns.
Teacher--Why were you absent from
Frank-'Cause it rained.
Teacher--What: are you afraid of the
Frank--No'm: but my mother is.
H~arper's Young People.
He Wanted to Be Porgotten.
Dudely Canesucker - Your noble
uncle will probably remember you
when making his r ill.
"Confound it! That's what I'm afraid
of. If he remembers me it's all up
with me." replied Teddy Vanderchurnp.
A Pleasant Remtander.
Msbel-That was such a funny story
you told me yesterday about a donkey,
Sharp--Do you think so?
Mabe!l-Yesc indeed. After this.
whenerer I see a donkey. it will re*
min.1 nlI of ens a -t'-P 1f'4ine. Argo'
U. S. Government
Baking Powder Tests.
The report of the analyses of Baking Powders, made
by the U.. S. Government (Chemical Division, Ag'
Dep't), shows the Royal superior to all other powders,
and gives its leavening strength and the strength of each
of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows:
Z.L YUwNEO GAS.
ROYAL, Absolutely Pure, . 18.06 .. 160.6
19.8. . . 161.1
The OTWEB POWDERS 11.18. . 188.
TESTED are reported to con- 109. . 193.2
tain both lime and salphurle ~9 . . 111.
acid, and to be of the following 7.0 . .
strengths respectively, . .. . . 87.4
4.98. . 65.5
Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, and of
greater leavening power than any other powder.
Tar greatest university is Oxford.
It has twenty-one colleges and five
ONTY S s.mall fraction of one per I
eent. of the voters of the United States
are college..edueated men, yet they
hold fifty-eight per cent. of the highest
CoxLUasA cOLLEGE claims to have 1
more university students than any I
other college in America-fifty more
than Harvard and one hundred and
fifty more than Yale.
Tan University of Pennsylvania will
contribute to the folk-lore department
of the world's fair a collection of the a
games of the world. The origin of
playing cards will be traced from the
primitive knuckle-bones up to the Chi- a
nose cards of the present.
HIRA WV. SIBEry, of Rochester, N.
Y.. in accordance with the wishes of a
his father, has given 850,000 to Cornell 4
for a new building, to be used by the
Sibley college of mechanical engineer
ing. The building is to be completed I
before the university opens in Septem
PASTOR AND PEOPLE.
Tin world over the Baptist member
ship has increased from 3,300,542 in 1886 I
to 4,013,089 in 1892.
A ROMAN Catholic missionary at Pe- j
dong. on the India border of Thibet, is
translating the Gospel of John into
Thibetan. This he proposes to have
printed and sent into Thibet by the I
traders who pass that way.
NINrE casks of missionary arrowroot 4
have been sent to Edinburgh, this year, f
from Aneityum, and three from For
tuna. The latter is a contribution from
the native Christians to help prepare
native teachers and to build the first
church in Fortuna. I
Tnu. twenty-eight Congregational
churches in the Manhattan associa- I
tion have a total membership of I_.500. a
Their contributions for benevolent
purposes in 1899 aggregated S145,942.^A,
while home expenditures for church I
purposes amounted to $~50,304.8..
Tirn orange crop in Southern Cal- I
fornia this year is said to have been
the largest on record, amounting to
about 7.000 carloads.
DIRS. JttL WVARD HlOWE made an al
bum of photographs of women minis
ters for the Columbian world's fair. c
Trias will change everything tbt a coun
terfeit dollar.--Enira Gazette.
ALL vna YEAs Rot-~n-Oranges.-Truth.
Srtsouttss is harder to cure than thecon- r
I E are not always ignorant because we
do not learn, but because we forget too
ORDER may be Heaven's first lav. but it I
isn't the short-term order.-Lowell Courier.
TIE iellt-ored man is nowhere so certain
of his standing as in a crowded street car.
ToM-"Did "you hurt yourself riding your
bicyclel" Harry-"No. I broke that arm
falling off '--Exchange.
Tnu man who wvaits for appreciation gen
erally gets it in the shape of an epitaph.
Ivr spring cleaning the woman generally
turns the house upside down, while the man
merely raises the roof.-Philadclphia Times.
"HE's an ideal ladies' man." "But he
never says a word." "Precisely."-Detroit
"Arran all," murmured the artist, "per- t
haps the ideal figure has a dollar mark in I
front of it."-- aslhington Star.
Tna world is fuil of people who are rich i
merely because they could not sellout when
they -anted to.-Gailveston News.
EvEnr man "has his influence,' but some
times has a hard time to find it when he is
in a hurry.-Cleveland Plaindealer.
JAGsos says he isn't sure whether the bat
is a bird or an animal. but lie always asso.
ciates with the lark.--Elmira Gazette.
TnAT bandmaster had a proper idea of
the fitness of things who ordered that his
musicians should wear tunics. - Boston
A vox of diamonds at the present day is
worth exactly £7.000.000. No more and no
less. Don't be imposed upon and pay £7,
5a 8J TAe PeArISL
FOR IT MAS STOOD THE TEST,
Or ALL nE SOAPS "Owu CIRLSanvE TlED
rats"FAIRBANI'Is it ea.s
O rCLOTHES Sm . SW1EE5T,OUR WI SIS
f TAE IOUSE as CLEAN AND BRICMT
ýWONDR FTAR88NW's CLARETTE soAP
FALS OUSE11fDS WINf bDESGNT.
C. ij SAMas b.C -.....ST. LOUIS.
'te Wecld's Ia.
There ean be no doubt that the "World's
Inn," under the management of r.Chs. E.
Lelnd, (of the notedLeland family of hotel.
keepers) is one of the reliable exposition
hotels in Chtico. The appointments are
perfect, the location unequaled, and, in
view of the fact that the buildinag is
absolutely fireproof, the rates -- per
day for each person, two persons in a
room-are remarkably liberal. S.oroe of
hotels erected in the World's Pair terri
tor are veritable flretraps. The "World's
In," on the other hand, sffords security to
ife and property. The location, directly op
nosite the Fair grounds, and in close prox
Imity to steam and street ears, adds to its
attractiveness. Although it contains 800
commodious rooms, it is only three stories
high, an, advantage that will be appreciated
at once. Rooms may now be secured by
mail or telegraph to Chas. l. Leland, Man
ager, The World's lnn, 0dOth St. and Madison
"Wnas you ever treated by a physician t"
asked the benevolent lady after she had
listened to Bufferin' Simpkins' tale of sick
ness and poverty. "Only once, ma'am,"
said the old fraud; "that was when old Doe
Simmons askedus to take authin'."-Boston
AuNT MALzxoDA-"Johnnie, what is that
man on the street sayingo" Johnnie-"Can't
you understand one word!" Aunt Malinda
-"No." Johnie - "Well then it's ba.
Am Appeal for Assistance.
The man who is charitable to himself will
listen to the mute appeal for assistance
made by his stomach, or his liver, in the
shape of divers dyspeptic qualms and un
easy sensations in the regions of the gland
that secretes his bile. Iostetter's Stomach
Bitters, my dear sir, or madam-as the case
may be-is what you require. Hasten to
use if you are troubled with heartburn,
wind in the stomach, or i-ote that your skin
or the whites of your eyes are taking a sal
"You are not entirely French, are .you,
Count Pollyvool" '-Oui, madame. Iam
French through and through. Why do you
ask " '"I am certain you have a Roman
Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take
on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs. as
it acts most uleasantly and effectively on
the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing
fevers, headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 50 cents and $1 bottles by
all leading druggists.
To HARROW one's feelings is not the most
profltablo way of culivating an acquaint
HALE'S Honey of Horehound and Tar re
lieves whooping couch.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Tan secret of success in the coal business
lies more in winning weighs than in good
BascnAru's PLu.s quickly cure sick head.
ache. weak stomach, impaired digestion.
constipation, disordered liver, etc.
Iv doesn't always require a big-mouthed
man to make a broad assertion.-Cleveland
Tau conscientious baker gets up a good
many rolls of honor.-Troy Press.
THE WAY SHE LOOKS
troubles the woman who
is delicate, run-down or
overworked. She's ihol
low - cheeked, dull-eyed,
thin, and pale, and it
Now, the way to look
well is to be well And
the way to be well, it
you're any such woman,
is to faithfully use Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Pro
scription. That is the
onry medicine that's
S guaranoemteed to build up
womans strength and to
In every "female complaint," -r-uatý.
or weakness, and in every exhaustesd con
tion of the female system-if it ever fails
to benefit or cure, you have your money
There is only one medicine for Ca
tarrh worthy the name. Dozens are
advertised, but only the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy say this :
"If we can't curs you, we'll pay you
$500 in cash I"
TAII an o .
rNecd a. c*arto
HNeed ome Nails
Home Tacks X
a All Oraie .er waag ieiwr e, or,
T Dealers a n-'
TSeTll P0 '"si"
OThe next irne you BUY a,
piece of Chewing youbaco.
P Horse Shoe Plug.
h b g Bh IT WILL PLEASE YoA
City of Toledo;
Lucas Co., S. S.
State of Ohio.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior
partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence,
this 6th day of December, A. D. 1889.
"LUCAS CO.. s A. W. GLEASON, NOTARY PUBLIC.
and acts directly
upon the Blood and
E. B. WALTHALL & CO., Druggists, Horme P. EV. H. P. CARSON. Scotland. Dak., l ayaS
Cave, Ky.. say: " h.all's Catarrh Cure cures " Two bottts of ails Catarrh Cure complete
every one that takes it." ly cured my little girl."
CONDUCTOR E. D. LOOMIS. Detroit. Mich., J. C. SIMPSON. Marquess. W. V.. s*ays:
says: " The effect of H:all'a Catarrh Cure is IHall'si Catarrh Cure cured me of a very bad
wonderful." Write him about it. case of Catarrh."
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medlicines.
PRICE 75 CENTS A BOTTLE.
THE ONLY GENUINE HALL'S CATARRH CURE IS
CURE F J. CHENEY & CO.,
Testimonials sent free on application. * BEWARE OF IDIITATIONS.
Are You Going to the World's Fair?
If so, why not arrange to be comfortable while you are there
b'y securing now your room at
The World's Inn
Please know, remember and appreciate that it is
Built of Steel Beams and Fir.proof being located at Madison Ave. and
Tile. Only three stories high. 6oth St. (the Midway Plaisance),
directly opposite to the 6oth Street
Has 800 Rooms entrance to the World's Fair, is
within 300 feet of the 6oth Street
Station of the I. C. R. R., and one
Each room completely furnished. block from the street cars.
Light, airy. Comfortable rest as
assured. European Plan, Restau- Chas. E. Leland
rant attached; that its rates are s ag r, h
Is its Manager, which should be
Reaonable sufficient guarantee that it will be
well managed. W rite him at6oth
$2.oo per day each, and that it is St. and Madison Av. for particulars
EXPOSITION MAP AND PAMPHLET ON APPLICATION
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.,
SAPEOLIO SHt OULDt ,m sa EM tvJRv KIT~I: 11 FtIN.
TONIC FOR WOMEN.
It Strengthens the Weak, Quiets the Nerves,
Relieves Monthly Setfring and Cures
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT.
01.00 PER BOTTLE.
Chattanooga Med. Co., Chattanooga. Tenn.
L'Art De LaMode.
7 COILOED PLI"T.L
W.. l HLSBL rtPus. "3 aUm
This Trade Ra f is on the best
In the WVorld I
A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS.
PON'T FORGET _.M_.*__
rsma. of TMin. Ohio. mate frst-elase M ryl
an T'oo rfs.rosra....D ORILLIII WEIi
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who lare wesr Intnsor Aetl
ma. shou14 ure PAOsM Cuare for
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