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d4 LATEST GOOD THIOI 8SAID .BY THE HUMOROUS MEN. I-. Her Foolin'-A Leap Year Story It Was Returned-Mr. Perkins Left--Why She Formed It-He Still Had Hope. Etc., Etc. TaE ONLY NEMABE. "I sgo, Bobby,"whispered Featherly, 4 r& your sister Clara seemed pleased when she learned that I intended to call last night?" "I didn't notice," said Bobby. "Didn't you hear her my anything at all?" "Let-me--see," mused Bobby. "The only thing I heard her say was she told ma she mnsn't forget to set the Block half an hour fast." jJill, Na rie vrTIM Squire Oatcake (of Podunk)-See here, I don't think you hotel folks are trtatin' me half right. Matel Clake-Why, what's the matter nowt Oatsake-Didn't I sign my name good an' big on your register when I eame here! S jerk-Yas. Oatcake-An' didn't I tell ye Iwas a juastee o' the peace in Wayba County? Sclrk-Yes. Oatcake-Then why in thunder haven' some o' your New York papers said somethin' about my comin' ? We allus do that when your folks come to our town.-Jad,. ' rs. Flatte- -' is no doubt about t cook we have ever 'lively not a deoent thing on St' table; but she does the wash moat beautifully. Mr. Flatte (gloomily)-Pity we can't a t the wah. swasassa or r ancri. "What is the percentage of illiteracy in Nebraskal" "I don't know, but it is rapidly on the beorease." "How do you make that out?" "Well, take Smith's family, for in stm·ae. A year ago they were all edu oated persons. Now 50 per cent of them caunot read nor write." "I can't see how that can be." "Why, Mrs. Smith had twins last week. -ebradka Strst Journal. Hs HAD HOPr. "I can never be more than a sinter to yoeu" said a buxom widow, tenderly, to a old bachelor who had proposed. , that 'nmdam , yes noh ," - he len , gm a man mundre r nort," she per aronm heIvily twadwei~ crd our camp. Th1 madam," he Str e bmp was about C ell ty mother-in I rub over a bedl bat the here to drink. rnr s ly erel stallion of. lstm Califoria) a ish, ad was ri'e w wat tewbed 'that lenders were John Hi. a below a mran of n*'Mississippitv want l aomeytic costume it b d o tueilddn the streets at -L n n, l itolw tsduny, which re sated in the alll.1 of both parties. 1 i li trouble was caused by articles pisblisd in Martin'ar ypaper relect. aon Oen. Adams. h, people of Louisiana havc .,, been treated fA:irl t 1remn thl a t Sa m -.gI. time we rwent tobog 8 o.r "my costome into ribbone ig off the slide."--tou TrMan -Mian wauras" mid a a mng h n, milingly, '"mey TikiM why you have t uring tia artound your wnger " 'haM strine" said the lovely girl, somi/ng hrelf antd removing it. "Wh, 1 it my tinger to remmd me thi yea c eoming this evening. I have a - ~memory, Mr. Van Per --hat! are y going alreto yf his o sorry!"--CAie9o Tribune. :* - nr nd Bttewrd Young Man (to ' 7ab proaprietor)--You told me Pi Ibi bwasn't afraid of anythhmg. __._ ~Man--8o he in't. You don't a haese that's timid would try , yoo! that's nothin. I hbaqe.-Pits6srg that in gitisoe is f, qUrIT royU FOOmLn. Girls is oQ.e! I us' to think Emmy da't eare for me, For whenever I would try Any lovin arts, to ae low she'd take 'em-sweet or sour Always sers-like, says she, "Quit your foolia!" Ones again, home fom church, Just to find it it would work. round her waist I slipped my DrI - My! you ought to seen her j. rk. Spunky? well she acted so And she snapped me up as perk "Quit your foolin' Everytime twas just the sane. Till one night I says, says I Chokin' some, I must admit. Tremblin' some I don't 'I "Emmy, seein's I don't Guess I better say An' quit fouu,. Girls is queer! She only laughed Cheeks all dimplin: "John, says she, "Foolin' men that never gets Real in earnest, ain't for me." Wan't that cute? I took the hint, An a chair, an' staid, an we Quit our foohn'. -Jud e. REVENGE Is SWEET. "Mother," said Miss Clara, "do you think Bobby ought to lounge in that handsome chair i" "Certainly not, Bobby," said his mother, reprovingly, "you might break it." "If it's strong enough to hold Clara and Mr. Featherly," argued Bobby, as he slowly slid down, "it ought to be strong enough to hold a little boy." THE EDITOR'S WEARY SON. Editor's Wife.--Well, what do you look so happy about? Editor-Three subscribers paid up to. day. And, my son, why do you look so miserable? "I see , will have to saw wood every evening for a month." A CHANCE. "Do you think, Miss Ethel," he in quired, tremulously, "that I could see your father this evening f" "I hardly think so, Mr. Lastyn," she replied, with a soft and not unbecoming blush. "Papa is in the library with Mr. Getthere and I expect he will need me, too, in a few minutes. But I am sure that any other evening papa would be more than happy to have you call on him. He is always pleased when young people show him attention."-Puck. A SPELL. "Well, how is this, my dear Sir ?" in quired the local practitioner; "you sent me a letter stating that you had been attacked by small-pox and I find you suffering from rheumatism." "Well, you see, doctor, it's like this," said the patient; "there wasn't a soul in the house who could spell rheumatism." -Banger Commercial. TONSORIAL LOGIC. In the barber's chair: Young Gent-Mighty straight hair I've got ? Old Barber-Yes, sir. Young Gent-What will make it curl? Old Barber-Got any money? Young Gent-No. Old Barber-Got a sweetheart? Young Gent-Yes. Old Barber-She got any? Young Gent-No. Old Barber-Want to know what will make your hair 'oirl? Young (h'nt--l~ . 4 / Old Barber-Geot I wrtiedl TlE E'lITEtIAN. "So yog *ant to join my company ?" said t -'nllager of an unsunbstantial AhTSical company to a young man. "Yes, sir." "Ever had any experience ?" '"Yes, sir." ~ "Well, I'll test your capabilities. Just pick up that trunk over there and let me see how you would go about let ting it out of the window."- erchant Traceler. LOST ON HER. Obliging Guest (to friend)-By Jove, my little attentions have completely mashed her! Isn't she charming l She (to her friend)-He's the most obliging and beat-bred waiter 1 ever saw. A CHILD'8 MISTAKE. Urpnt Jane (who paints)--Ha, Tommy! l.jonder wlhat makes your cheeks look Ireber than mine? 14ALttle Tommy-I s'pose it's 'cause I "'aen't worn 'em so long.-Judge. PRACTISINO. jrst Omaha Man-Yon seem to feel __ jolly, John. cond Omaha Man-Fine as silk; took a lot of good healthy exeroise to day; made me feel like a new man. "Exercising this weather f" "Oh, I wasn't out doors. I was in the house. tacking down carmlet, putting up stoves, fitting window shades and so i on." "Eh ? Foryourwife ? "I'm not married yet, but I'm going I to be."--0Qeas I dorki. A CONDENSED MILK COW. CAe cow that gives condensed milk, I suppose you have one on the place, I Farmer Robinson I" inquired his fair city visitor. "Well, no. Ye see, I sold her last year because she would put her foot in 4 the can."--llarcfinr st. PEREISN LErT. "Miss Laura," said the young man smilingly, "may I ask why you have that string tied around your ringer t" "That string?" said the lovely girl, rousing herself and removing it. "Why I put it on my hnger to remind me that ,yon were coming this evening. I have ( a shookingly poor memory, Mr. Van Perkins--What ! are you going al ready I am so sorry."-Chicago Tri Is I BENEATH AN AVALANCI F IfAMS. Hundreds of them Rush Over William Jacques. On Pine Creek, just below Liverpool Milli, Pa., a jam of logs occurred on the bai.k, and the great pile could not be started down the hill to the creek. The I gs were in such a situation that to dud and remove the log that was the key to the jam was a task of more than usual risk. The men worked at the jam from the outer edges nearly all day in vain. At last three men, William Jacques, aged 30, his younger brother, Juan, and a man named Ryan, volunteered to go out on the logs, find the key log, and remove it. As they neared the centre of the great pile William Jacques, who was ahead, cried out to his brother and Ryan to go back, as he saw where the trouble was; that there was great danger in removing it, and that it was needless to risk three lives. The two men refused to leave him, and he got them to go above the log on which he stood, saying they could aid him better a from that point. It was plain afterward 4 that he got them there only to save them from the fate that was almost certain to follow the starting of the one log that k held the hundreds of others in check. One log was lifted up, another one shifted a few inches to one side, and the trap was sprung. The slippery, peeled logs rushed away under the feet of the three men. The two who were above the danger line managed to reach a place of safety by the 'well-known agility of the log driver in leaping from log to lO~iilliam Jaques kept for a moment on his feet, and with dexterous leaps made his way along with the moving, crashing, thundering mass, down towards the creek, to reach which meant safety to him. The men who were watching him gave a shout as he was almost to the edge of the water, with the myriad logs crashing behind him, for it looked as if he had got beyond the danger. At that moment a log was hurled upward, and it came down just behind the lumberman and caught him in its rebound. He fell, and in a second a hundred logs piled up on the spot, and hundreds of others shot and rolled and tumbled on and over them to the creek. The instant the rush of logs was over Jacque's fellow workmen hurried to re move the pile beneath which they ex pected to find their companion crushed out of all human semblance. For two hours they worked, and then were amazed to hear a groan from beneath. At last the found Jacques on the ground with a log across his legs. A big log that lay near the edge of the water had been frozen to the ground so solidly that it caught the ends of two others as they came down in the rush and held them two feet clear of the ground. With those two logs Jacques had evidently gone down, and had fallen between them, with the end of one of them across his legs. The two logs had served to keep the great pile clear of his body, and had saved him from being crushed. Both legs were broken, and the flesh torn off of them to the bone. His jaw was broken and two ribs fractured. He was taken out unconscious. As soon as he was restored his first words were: "Is John all rightt" meaning his brother, Jacques' recovery is doubtful. About kid Gloves. "Out of 650,000 dozen gloves import ed last year from France and Germany, only about 100,000 dozen were genuine kid," said a well-known Broaduay deal er in gloves. "An expert, however, can readily tell the skin of a kid by the veins which run through it on the unfinished side. In prepanng skins for the glove manufacturers a remarkable fact haa been discovered which science has not been able to explain. The first process is to soak them in lime water, to take off the hair. This takes from ten to fifteen days, according to the nature of the skin. Locality is the chief thing to be considered. kins from one district drop their hair sooner than those from another. After the hair has been re moved the kshfsiare placed in a small square vat filled with a preparation of bran water and shaken violently to take outthegrease, This is called" the fer mentation of the skih. A mixture of eggse, salt and flour is next applied. The kid is then ready to receive the color. This is spread on with a brush and the hue fied with ammonia. In the ease of light-colored gloves," con tinued the dealer, "the kid is placed in a large tank filled with the coloring ma terial, and trodden upon by bare-legged men in the same manner that grapesare trodden in the process of making wine. Most of the gloves used in this country are of domestic manufacture. They are made in Gloversville and Johnstown,this State. Fully 25,000 people derive their i living from this industry in this locality. Almost ever family for miles around are engaged in the manufacture of gloves. The skins are cut up and dirs tributed among the people for sewing in tihe same manner that trousers are sent out to people living in tenements min this city. Gloversviile and the surrounding district is one of the most prosperouas communities in the State. There are Ifew poor people to be found, and the distribution of wealth is remarkably even." Thought to be Dead for Years. Itmayseemstrangeto some of our read-. ers that a man,after he is reported dead, should come to life, but it is, neverthe less, true, and he is st this writing sit, ting by the tfire in Ordinary Hill's caoie. Jim Smith was a member of the Banks County Guards, and duriaP their stay at Acquis Creek, in Virginia, the boeys coaelnded to have some fun out of him. He was carried out on a foraging expe dition about one mile from camunp, where two of the company were posted behind trees with loaded muskets. The boy that was with Smith commenced telling him about the Yankeee, and that they had gone farenough andhad better re turn or they would be captured. About this time a shot was fired and the yang man fell, telling Smith to run a the Yankees were upon them. Smith an the mile b~ak to camp in race-horse time, and, after finding out it was a joke played on him, be went crazy, and was semt to the hospital in Richmond. He had been in Bich-od about one month wham Captain Candler wmas notified om uially by the ehise physician that James. -.he Compay A, 2d Oeorgi Be msat, had dee c a sertain day of pmmaia, sa agsagdingly Jim as sd a tha pqy rll as a dead man, and thrr was oat of the service. SJim new that a dead ma emilda't be I muachasoldier ad ha eame back to HBaks h md eold never b aur lred baok- the may. He however, date that I Smeith is a deed man. We is alis ad doing wel, but is not toe to war aguim-Ates be uUarer se phgmqg' Whyi ass CIti gLgiL fi alsetse (Ner York TeIgrms.) Many a strong well-built man leaves home to-day; before night he will have a chill and in a ew hours will be deadl This is the way the dreaded pneumonia 5 takes peo off. Thelistt notable men who are its victims is appalling It sweeps over the land like a scourge and destroys poor and rich alike. Everyone dreads it. Its coming is sudden, its termination usually speedy. What causes its Pneumonia, we are told, is invitel by a certain condition of the system, indicated if one has occassional chills and fevers, a ten dency to cold in the throat and lungs, rheu matic and neuralgic pains, extreme tired feelings, short breath and pleur.tic stitches in the side. nervous unrest, scalding sensa tions, or scant and dis-olored fluids, heart flutterings, sour stomach, distressed look, puffy eye saes, hot and dry skin, loss of strength and virility. These indications may not appear together, they may come, disappear and reappear for years, the person not realiaing that they are I nature's warning of a coming calamity. In other words, if pneumonia does not claim as a victim the persons having such symptoms some lesa sudden but quiteas fatal malady certainly will. A celebrated New York physicial told the Tribuse that pneumoula was a secondary disorder, the exposure and cold being simply the agent which develops the disease, already dormant in the system, because the kidnevys have been but partially doing their duty. In short, pneumonia is but an early indication ofabright'sdiseasedcondition. This impaired action may exist for years without the pa tient suspecting it, because no pain will be felt in the kidneys or their vicinity, and often It can be detected only by chemical and mi croscopical observations Nearly 150 of the 7440 deaths In New York City the first week in April (and in six weeks 781 deaths) were caused by pneumonia. The disease is very obstinate, and if the accompanying kidney disorder is very far advanced, recovery is impossible, for the kid neys give out entirely, and the patient is lit erally suffocated by water. The only safeguard against pneumonia is to maintain a vigorous condition of the system, and thus prevent its attacks, by using whatever will radically and effec tually restore full vitality to the kidneys, for if they are not sound pneumonla can not be prereuted. For this purpose there is nothing equal to Warners safe ours, a remedy known to millions, usel probably by hundreds of thousands and commended as a stanlard specific wherever known and used. It does not pretend to cure an attack of pneumonia. but it does remore the casse of and prevent that disease if taken in tins.. No reasonable man can doubt this if he re gards the personal experience of thousands of honorable men. When a physicician says his patient has either bright's disease or pneumonia be con feaes his inability to cure, and in a massure he considers his responsibility ended. In many instances, indeed, persons are reported as dying of pneumonia, heart disease, apop'exy and convulsions, when the real cause of death, and so known by the physi cians, is this kidney consumption. Thousands of people have it without knowing it and perish of it because their physicians will not tell them the facts! The same fate awaite every one who will not exercise his judgment in such a matter. Little Walter is a very active boy, and takes no account of his steps when play. ing and amusing himself, but a call in the midst ,f fun to do some trifling er rand for any member of the family pro duees an immediate change of pace as face. One morning his mother, having twice sent him down stairs with mes sages to the servants, made a third demand for his services a few moments later, which so annoyed him that he angrily exclaimed: "I wish I had doors on my ears, so I couldn't hear you." Harper's Magazine. The paths of glory lead but to the grave. Gray. "Ah me"' sighed Potts."I'm tired of living, 'a he world is I ollow. ambitio i's vain." "Come now:" said his chum. "I know the symptoms: It's all your liver-that's very plain. *Y, u need not suffer, for help is av; Plerc 's Pe lets gn rig ,t to the place. 'A friend to the bilious,' I well might call them There's nothing be ter; they suit your case." Ptts c-aned his si;hisg and bnught the "Pel lets." No more he mourneth his hapless lot! His face is cheerful, his heart is lightsome, His melancholy is quito forgotl The way to blss lies not on beds of down. Quarles. 6tIiOS EACHES " MEAN I EUlMATISM,NEliU 1AL.I OR KINDqED ILLS. Cse es iv MLAD..uO. $10 FREEI hsiiaoaanmimm Caloei we -e.lams amoUccs am m-l sbsoip we isoohi I, . wkb fit Ci••phlg. tells how is I k Sm Painkm t - LeO t Kasis-au- od o ie L IIi il s s wmisiom ttsl m Ima t mh. m emt, el ·te )mi i --'m oq ofvsh e abe' woe S ems En . i - _-e. ~rubmss n mi* 5 m . hawlsmi tobsib haem: S s tein I melt, Iqphi -dh d· tyjmi Ih ,i Ii lg o wm SIiotepw rnI . sbrmssmlt.,mhiuiw himg marot his sI s we hi hes I ,7 iiieih k; Iwu is Inedagat ibm Ea_ I e __ w. l mI iorse bY* nm piiswlllbe II a -T, sishi.,y .S W, S3iS i mi. iu a - Sis.EiddhiikiS..e.m_ * iL...s__m -. _ iniaW~5 -~ beinisa;edsein R·,Ti~m rm b ~2 hiC disfleewb. bc gea dS r - -- - -us MLPAas sahbmeler the extermina tiMe of abbits bs been aoneesafully usd on the propty of Mme. Pommery, near Rheims,7 HeaPe of hay were dampened with the mixture oon tailan lthe microbes of chicken cholera near the burrows, and nineteen rabbits were found dead next day, and later on the burrows were laid bare and scores of rabbits were found dead. Popular Education. We sympathize with the feeling which often leads citizens to boast that no ch 1d horn in this cou -try need grow up in ignorance, and vet it is a fact that many people who have learned to read and write have never taught themselves to think. A min who suffered Sfrom catarrh, consumption.bronch ti. scrof- I ula, or "liter con plaint," might read, till his e-es dropj.ed out, how these and manu other diseases have been cured by t)r. Pierce's Golden Medical I)iscovery, but if he did not take the lesson to himself and test the vl tues tf this great medicine, his time would be thrown away. Or course Solomon was the wisest man. A fellow with 700 wives has a chance to get instruction. Dr. Rage's Catarrh Remedy cures when etsry ether su-called remedy fails. WaY is a lover like a kernel of corn? Because he turna white when he pops. Nething Mere Dangerous "Than a neglected cough, ' is what I)r. J. F. Hammond. Professor in the Eleetie M3Ilical College. says, "aand as a prventive remedy and a curative ag-int, I cheerfully reconm mend Taylor' C('herkee Rteinedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein.' Chroice Coughs and Colds, And all diseases of the Throat and Lungis, can be cured by the rtir of Sc-o-rr's Ext'L slon as it containts thl h'-aling virtues of Cod Liver Oil and llylw·phtaphtest in their fullest form. Is a beautiful creamy Eniul sion palatable as milk, easily digestdel, and can be taken by the most delicate. Please read: "1I consider Scott's Emulsion the remedy par-excellence in Tulberulllolus and Strumous Affections, to may nothing of or dmiary colds and throat troubles.-It. S. ('o, NELL, M. D., Manchester, O. Conoumptle Hnurely ('nred. To the Editor:-Please Inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for the above named disease. Ily its timely u.e thousanlds of hopeless cases have been perman ently c red I shall be glad to send two tnttles ,f nmy remedy I rags to any of your readers who have ,on, sumptt:n if they wil' send me their Exires and P. O. address Respectfully. T.A. SLOCCM. 31. C.. 181 Pear. St.. N. Y. Pa ines i elery impound For The Nervous The Debilitated * URUS Nervous Prostration,Nervous Head. ache.Neuralgia, Nervonu Weakaess, Stamach and Liver Diseases, and all affections of the Kidneys. AS A NERVE TONIC, It Strengthen mad Quiet the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purifies and Eriches the Blood. AS A LAXATIVE, It acts midly, but suiely, on the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC. It Regulates the Kid neys and Cures their Diseases. Recommended by profemsonal and business men. Price *l.0o. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars. WrLus, RICAoANOK 4 CO, Pr'printesrs BURLINGOTON. VT. m re at howe rd ntC emwre mm. ary s.rki.ing f,(-r us hnn n .nythlng ile I. ihe wrl, F -th.r 1c8 tlw .atfi a.. Tverw. elc.. Addr,.. TerL a t'o., Asl-w.'5 in,.. G OlDD A .s1 worth a e e plb. Ptt o Se Salvot G vr LM. . b-s is mi as ".as by deslrs. Am. N. U. - - t 'hsý ýE ONLY "". · '' - " " - -- - ' - . _ _ - - _ev%-'eInw~atc( (VorrPaTS, . W The only medIcine for woman's peculiar ailmenta, mold by druggists, rnder a poaltve gauarantec, from the manufacturc vc, I that it will give satisfactIon in every cm, or money will be refunded, Is Dc. PiroaCa Favoazm Pnacmrr on, This guarantee has ken printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully carrLed out fae year . . THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAIT '-EPERIENCE 'letreatmncut of tmay thousands of crie of those chronje weakneses and distreming ailments peculIar to t:-males, at the ttalksd Hotel and Strgcmal Institute, Bnal N. T., ha aorded a vast experience In nicely adaptinglr and thoroughly testlng temedlej for the curs of wom's peeuliar maldhre. ti I r. oqPmt, reeul War ier. A@ a err rih tt f rig = : =Many ~a~ .l Pleree's e, __&9 a seelthI the ystem for delivery a to greatly as Preeeri leiu 18the I U I emgthemimg l n, and many times almost entirely do outgrowt, o e result, of oII eawI 'l.e Favorite away with the sufferings of that trying thIs great ýaQ 'kIU L'ie Prescription" Is une- ordeal I pHl lerienos. Thousand quled and i invaluable "Favorite Pro. o t etimonils, relved i n allayinlg and subdu- rIpvorl" Ise I IP/kit· and front pbhyician who I nwflifrvoU ezeitabl· - G IFtJ .esllpon- ur f ted tin the ades ravated and Ity, irritability, usu . eprostrationat td obstinate ems which had ba-eed their skill, hysteria, spa and other disreing nd c rove to be tba moswnderful remedy n o. symptoms commonly attendant W I tE of ,Icacorrhrs otr everdeved-tor the relief and cure ofsuf upon tum3JAol and oranic disease of " w itese" eoressive erig womes. It is not recommendeda tme womb It induces refrehlrng sleep flow at monthly period, painful ce ·"au~"of~~wr )aes(Bpeldo ad lkw aaal ulc ad6~ fornowlf at monthly pcrl¢C Inlnful meii a"wea4d." but sac most perfect Speeio and relevle. meint anxiety and de- struat on, unnatural auppreson. prolsp L ou woesl peoulhur di aes ,ruat or, unnatural supression, prollp peuliar d.a ipod sua or faiing of the womb, weak llatk. IAsa V-werfml Lu. " 35' ' verU e Presecp- " female wcakns,'" anteverion, natlu'er vlJgeral g teaeo it -on -F lgqm lmmtOe medlenes dlon, tlrarin-down ensation, chrnic impart strength to the careful ompounded by an ex n cor ion, Innammd tion. and s i rtn Swhole system, and to the and ekfllful phyecian, and aped to ofD the womb, lnflamuatoand 'ain nrmnl utr orwomb and it woman. delicate orgaulIatlon. It is tendernem in ovaries, accompanlied with hpr.For in prticu- purely veetable in its compicetlto ad internal bet ov,. wr overworked, Prfctly b inseewtin Itffec in any Favornite Preserlp we-out," "run -down," pmdebllltated condition of the system. P' ie, he eer 'rk ill~ drrln Oem- " tloa wbe~n tsken in c'€,n . teni, -a foe WO neueere. a vorhto"h ý . rov T ie rs n sctihn r'ild the uedca of 'r. Dr.PlcePa"-Prsclrimptini thaell a·g utigs aalll Golden 3lr ledicsel er. anod feeblRote Pwomeptn e n the a l a mothers ne ual," w cery. and mcnstll " prllylm stomac wesk Kr do rEe ve K of ir. l'frcs I' gts rhlr y boon. being uequakled as ý ý nes ofr stoman d gatire erllets (Little amappeMel' cordial and resrtivetonic. [ ,,,- other distr ing symp. PIll) cures Liveir, idnelynd lial"e It digllaeo and amhlatou of "toms common to tUet ca Thir collhined use air foo aurse amsea wdeakes of stomach, condition. If its te Is kept up In teh blood taints and abollsehs ce..:" lgmltn. blDoatg and eructatios of gas, latter monthe of gesatlaon, it so pr'epam cr tfulous humors from tbhe syst TREATING TH-E W'RONG D=SEA . Maay they women call on their family physicians, ecfbring, ma they imagine, one from d spepsia. another fr' ., .s.e" ro liver or kidney disease aother rom nervous exhaustion, or protration, another withp on here or t I,' w oke to tnelvs and their e - 8rod ndfe . ,, • ,s eI rmosa ba lie tad ea-r gyoin ad indifferent, or over-busy doctor sepeate and di a;.:.. .r wbL"w S, psn potions, auming them to be sch, when in reality., th are ml oni: ,. p tr, . .. ,.no womb decoder. The phyaican, ignorant of the cauecs of sufferg encourages hi practice until lsrv' hi ir sufferizir pilesut ge no better, but pobably worn by rean of thb delay , wrong tratment mid c-"sma- ,,,'.,~ ' as A prper p@Neils tike D. Piaacr a VaVoaar PUacRrion, dir#Letd t tthe eaws, would hav. entirely r ,ovd tbh· u.· asc thereby dAc. eE., .I those d_is rei syptom, and Institutingo esomrt latead of prolonged n.ser,. Mae. 3P. Monaca, of No.71 Lertsptos54 Restos I o Yamo.s says: "Fv ysawl Mn1t En. M. CAP3TJ. of Oelarnd, Ccat w-s in r s iufere r , r erpo trou , fo Ht_" wrlis; "I hed been troubled as r *m l .I the skilo thre ph - am .... s o7. y, ,-*. , ea exh tcomped the alvU of three pbysij'"llfe with hysterical attlack and par weak I eould with- di oL ad io F I lmssm, or spasms, and Jerlodical recur ac I . begam tk -Dr Pierce' Favorite Pas- I. room I nt'er( 'of levere headache b .t since I hatve lees oyal ru tmat noommeded Ire by 'Co w tt )T adnoRmof esaeed ipoea n e. In so so tlnd list :_--zm-_. r.-. I__oImeae4 to imtove at a In thw I could not w-~!k."'7 I .b,, al e bwromb b v, omnplu ucutheba,' I am p guS, md havbe lad no , troube thlree I could not w o blocks without the meet severe pain, but moate I wlaser as a briey snotrou sinc. aoue i wa crat your 'Favorite Prescription' two months. I w1OsaU o!"etofbw eou:d walk ~ ''~' rarpin tomnh h Ieat--d b-- p gt, e th'ms dnuolnl bw mytobe m over the city without inconvenience. All m1 smatm tha fo er eoe My r ash co a a s..e..rs eoad the ful PalreulaM I . ., -t o be leaving me' under the benigln Influence o +_._- w-l-N -a t,- , d e."ming a ym, - - your. r _ and now '-eel ,s rter tha- for years tefore. f1 rh tM. 1 sly Bass and0t W t3 four tolddred kttm., In rcp ens told me that I cmold not be cured, and therefore you ealy advited ttar "oIued, nd b er- I plhae kv accept mY everlasting thanks Ifor what you have dota accosts t l ikmee awaise'rom a great manuybare for me. and may Godbht you in your good works." t----d do rse of tl tat n th m h $d om- Later. ie wrlta: "It is now four care since 1 took e ur'Fa - = the f e lat nd " l dv ra nd had pplied the $.', motte Pnero l e o l.' and I have bad no return of the featale bye~i tah e SW d Vsibl Advser d oid ied anpid were m b trouble I had the •g~c' ..,thereinS llsih dell - I Eer WIn-Mre. JoHN xrlwAtlr TT. of htnppeu U sAr : N e l l tf 1 vAPl . W i . , w r i t e s : " I w i sh t o I n f o r m y o u t h a t 1 a m a r w e l l ta I SC#0 I rre waserv was fo b I thank your mdlicines. I took fotr bottles Nieres ·Favorite Plresriptmin has darm of the' Faorite Prscription' and one bottle of your 'Ilaacoverl' - .frod rm roveion of the and f bottl of the 'Pellets.' All of the Mad symptoms have msa bs-- O Wt Ti hert Pr amiptJ0ne, lE'IU diapplard. I do all my own work: am able to be on my feet all I- agke alm m e." 1nd It day. My friends tell me I never looked so well." ,aar "~l - MDP F Oswzw of Phs ddls X' "eisse `---rpumbiis . ist bt p uggdof De wie Pro wilh these or fom' of te best dretoT. ' Doo tese series ji,91. 5i for J5. wversae ueatI wrote yea end in e_ Ose s tene cesyd , in stamps for Dr. PNirc_'c laeultlluzstijed as i_,._ a I d iaei (li pge r covers) on Diseases of women. - -'-, tai Mai- .,re , Bn' . lI.. m-Male Stret, Bu '5, ·, .hhsDroa eia meaau ~4~ W~ iC That Tired Feeling Is erperlenced by almost every one at thi `eseon, .N Iv i-.r), ,l n!, .. ae ~ I oprlng ntMlett and many people resort to Hood's •arsaiarilla to like ito I. r ril. , *I impurities wpm drive away the languaor and exhatutolo.. The blosi. aUnti 1 . , t te?,r., keep ip laden withlmplturltieswhichhavebeenattnrnulating n tr.tll:Ih o. w r, nm tm .. 'c nate at Pl for months, moves slugishly throghlltlth venCoa, petlt. tItn ,' It .t V"" ,:.. . n Try Iltls4 th- mind falli to think qtll kly. and the tl. I i Iri I Sar .tri a ' of it cu, slower to respond. Hoods Swrsparu 113 t .Jlt wat i.r Islrt. i. t 1nI; pe. ulbl Is needed. It purifies, vital zes, and ear..elh<. t'!- ben.i. 1 I. Ii, . .i l e ) 1 blood. makes the head clear, creates an ntoe it-,. tir. rft n",-. overcomes that tired feeling, tones the nervo, It ik. I r , I i , ,. tem. andl itnp.rts n.w strength and vtior to ti, rtmllIen l rl l Ic tr whole holy. f. ln. ' I , i're , i:rooklyy Hood's Sarsaparilla Make the Weak Strong Is proven to be so va ty superior to any other sLnr' MI a t It' . r.,. I ~ t slp, hM pnrilla, or bl od purifier, that one has well said. it. h, Ui.h:r .r .I .' .. . , t k, nY ho ,we heal h giving effects uron the blood and entire iti. lttt ,n .." . i.. I r, li human organism are at much more positive than the short t:ni,." , I t - 'r, , I kemlew temedles of a quarterof a century ago asthl." tan nrit. .1vI .i ', : ". r , . I appeu rower of t.,day is In advance of the sl.w and l1:rlntt '. t , r. ! I- _ ar. ous drudgeryofyears ago." ; " .T.- 1, : , , ,. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all drugilsta. $1; six for $3. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecarles. Lowell. Mass. I00 Doses One Dollar DR.KILMER'S OCEA"NWEED. F1 .' STMPTOMS AND CONDITIONS This Remiedy Wil Relieve and (ure. fI VOI heart thumi after smddeneffort,skipe II sUUtIlt or fluttrs., if you have heart ialse, faint spells, fits or spasms, f V feel a.q though water was gathering I IUM around the heart, or have heart dropsy, if You have Vertigo dizzy attacks, ringing in SIUUears, dislsiPel to nerv,ls a ,tpruatrataou, appoplexy, shock or sudden death, SVa.. hare Neuralgia, Numbness in arms or ,I UU limts, darting Iains like Rheumatism, ( '.trn-W eed cures and prevents going to heart ;'rpared at bgpeaua. **I'l TO IEALTU,. Seat reec. Ilaghamt.s. N. V. ar 4asieers. galPB5 $i.OO. ORCAN8. Highest Hnonrs at aI Great World's Ezibitions uince ta37. o00style% 0 to 00. For Cash, Lasy Paymen or ented. Catalogue. 40 pp.. 4to, free. 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HUGHES' TONIC CiRits TRn ro0 ri ILLS AND FEVER IT WILL Cure the Most Obstinate Cases. As an ALTERATIVE, it tle~ante t e prtem and r.lisIet I, 1 t* ilelvurls.t As a TONIC, It gv3s touc aud .trtth. TRY IT! Prnprtlt i have many le ttes testltfyin to She lt. ritaof thih c:tlllaat!," r,r.mlu y in .In arlnI di~l ritc., ,3ry fanmlly houl have it in the h."we a.Wa. i re"dy/ f.r r use Price per bottle, $1. 6 bottles, 5. For :l by ID .ugi :' vnd u',ener l Merehtnts fhRIFLE y8 r Ie. laof l ý aqfS bI Iro Arse and ell Cadi I a st r, lEG Then MAP U I. ur -ter'u1. v PIIclU nea & Graham Gun Co. 6.Sait I CURE FITS! Whao lT s l. a Ide at ea erel ] to sto. N hr. oraedthba Ehav m atntlnls again. I radial curs. I have made rthe diasa of FITS. KPU MIyS or FAILINO SIUKNEI.SS alfilltsdd. 5 armtt my romaed to cnm the wor' cams. Seam slma hava fa.'ed is no reaonI fIr sot now ses.. e -- RinO at .an r loot l tranlit ol a r mff lutallib'l remsdy. (, Empri ad mPi .O. m. . MOOT. .11.(:.. 13 Pearl St. New Veok. Blair's Pills. ElL umbod a O l s.ox J34 roard, 14 fIIIl.