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Elderly coquette (sentimentally)
fee, my dear Mr. Assessor, love is
ternal. Assessor (frightened)-So I
-- riend-You are so dreadfully cros
eyed, I don't see how you can shoot
straight. Cross-eyed sportsman-I fire
iath barrels at once.-Boston Traveler.
"In London," sai4 the returned tour
at,, boastfully, "I appeared' at court."
"How much was the fine?' queried
Mds cynical friend.-Philadelphia North
aI atest from the intelligence office:
"Oh, Bridget! I told you to notice when
the apples boiled over." "Sure I did,
iaam. It was a quarter past eleven."
, "Why has Splasher named his picture
}British Deer?" "He was afraid some
one would any that American deer.
S on't hav6 legs like those of his deer."
Inquslltive tourist (in Oklahoma)
.1.IPardon me. sir, but are you a married
i-n? Baldy Secrodd (the stage driver)
,-a-ope; I had my hair scoured o$ In a
ý:- j. orm.-Puck.
' e; time I'm going out to Beverly's
•'mR going to take a camp stool with
-'f." "What for?' "Last time I went
: at down on a little thing that turned
. Set to be a tea4.table."-Puck.
h: i ' at did you think of the great
, oe: do[e show, Miss Gotham?" "I think
Jtbt the presence of the horses detract
"ad 'very materially from the chief at
ttloos of the entertainment."
. "It seems strange that he could plun
S a great corporation like that for
ei m without being found out." "Well.
!lou see, the corporation was pretty
.' n Doe-I wonder what caused
'.bean to eollapse? I am told he is
t.B-ering from nervous prostration.
Roloha Boe-Yes. He sat down in a
o er. of poker with a man who itutter
"sut," remarked the young man who
w:i.S risomely blase, "Is one of the
I'rIT few games that do not fatigue
. Iup" "What is the reason for that?'
s- "never learned to play it."-Wasb
Ig tga Star.
- sto:.- a an-Is this friend that you
irih to bring to dinner much of a ra
- on.teur? Chicago man-Blamed if I
*now; but say, you'll die laughMn' If
irie can get him to tellin' stories.-Cleve
: , ;."I am afraid that actors sometimes
j;. lve us about the salaries they get,"
. ~i: rked the mild-mannered citizen.
replied the keep observer; "they
.';'my think they do, but they don't."
' a-shIgton Star,
'Won't you play something, Mul
-t M'$1" asked Kilduff, motioning toward
::. ". piano. "I hardly like to while CoL
o"" is here." "Is he severe in 'his
rl-;-;tits ' "Yes; and he carries a isa
.r- "-Harlem Life.
i .j-Brother Bontext-Well, Brother Stir
' 1 willl they raise your salary an
. hryearj Brother Stiremup-Wel, I
: ouion't know aboutw another year; they
S.vean't fished ralsia it for this year
. et.-Rlcbmond Times,
"Ifa. your Shakapeare society started
t/.::'. yet, Miss Jones?"' Yes. We met at
ru.: Wiggles' yeesterday. Miss Matilds
:.- zSou read a most delightful paper
r o n the the 'Influnence of Rosalind on
i Reform.' "-Basar.
lis4 ANTHRIIOPIC CONSPIRACY.
.*ey usemne .r, March 1,
I *ral of it's recent issues the
BAge-Herald has contained
klo larticles charging that a deep
¶ ci$ oaspiracy" has been concocted
prominent school men of
a(n ing .Dr. Eldidge, presi
State Normal College,) "to
Mryl t abouzt 8m00 sores of pnblio
Ji~r o' It bel oAgeop to t he United
Wr ont but instead of being a
8II0t.IU It s.sout'e of loss, owing
~*r of uespaasers aLd
s introduced in
that the bill
toloatse b entire
to the s:Jnue
aorin to the
d31 whose very
A Virtue and A Vice.
Vanity and a proper regard for the feelings
of others shoulh both urge you to get rid of
that disgusting skin disease. Whether it be
a simple abrasion, a chap or a burn, or wheth
er it is a chronic case of Eczema, Tetter or
Ringworm, Tetterine will positively, infalli
bly cure it. Cure it so it will stay cured, too.
500 a box at drug stores, or by mail for 50
cents in cash or stamps from J. T. Shuptrine,
$400 for New Names!
Tae Salzer Seed Co. want suitable names
for their 17 inch long corn and White Oat
prodigy. You can win this $400 easily.
Cstalcgue tells all about it. Seed potatoes
only t1.50 a b 'rrel.
BEND THIS NOTICE AND 10 CENTs IN STAMPS
to John A. Selzer Seid Co.,La Crosse, Wis.
ald get their great seed vetaioeue awH it
new farm seed sampl s, includirg above
corn and oats, pcsiLively worth $10.00, to
get a start. Semn to-day, to-day, sirl A. c.9
Greatest, Because in cases of Dyspepsla it
has i touch like magic, which just hits
the spot, brings relief to the sufferer,
and gives tone and strength to the
stomach as no other mediline dO.
Dyspepsia and Liver Trouble
"For many years I suffered almost con
stantly with dyspepsia complicated with
liver complaint. I tried first one tbhg
and then another and sometimes resorted
to regular medical treatment, but derived
no substantial benellt. I read about Hood's
Sarsaparilla and rills and concluded to
give them a trial, and they effected a per
manent cure." F. Caoinus, 111 W. Boule
vard, New York, N.Y. Bemember
- OOuS parllla
Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1Slsi for i5.
Sold by all druggists. Get only Hood's.
Hood's Pills are the best afterdinne
0I.. t n
aseWmsc t position earth. n a
TO TRAVEL for old established house. Per*
mse..W. SIEGLER a C(1 Locust Bt) Phila.
Am. N. U. No. 12, L I
In reply Among other
private in- 6H remarks the
quiries from Ald v NRwo BCo
its tremen- Takes Precedence Over All Other Wheels.
tag e the itsissueofFeb,
"gE. TE 25th, 1898:
"WE STERN -' to .... W auer--sa ,- re. , raio . ".#d " ..r .-arAuusa * Am ne, Ou' reaur.
REVIEW OF fd/ l "O eur rei.re ..
EC dmsentatives have
-thCER ien- WESTERN REVIEW OF COMMERCE therefore given
-the scien-coe and Citi
tific publica s- un* *, Bradlbry Publishing Co., close and cr
tion having -.J..2 VARPURN STRBBT. cal attention tc
0the largest :eie.F.eee.m t the claims of
the lar.est * * uav,' 949s8o, £e. FA l (t eml
8 4 * c l. , ''"e" .. . all the leadingg i
circulation makes of ey
in the west ,makes of ,y.
--caused to rohon, t 1 ' e ines as fontheir cta
be made: .aentnl~ "-- ,. 1 .
edIrg 0, C tir'e eg, Aeton, February "zaC;189' Your .eteem6et avor of iut lith init. to Ed etotifi logues, and ait
most thor- Te Western w, in of Cmee*eC hoted. e thank you for your kind words of appreciation. We o
Chicago, ll. •resented b
ough com- Dear sirs-Your letter of February 7 received. in reply will\ mean just what we say, that for careful Mnd scientific oonstrtCt presented by
eay that we want 'to thank you for same and would also say that this ,tiop and real prgotiol value the Lowell Diaeond is un4Ubtedly agents and in.;
parison be. is the first time we ever knew of a paper of your class haeing theteLelDiondi nbdl getad i
courage to come right out and stat a fact, and we want to say the best wheel made. In our investigation we examined3 leadin terested wheel.
tween all right here that we don't think you have made any mistake, for ases, and wo wore satisfied after sost tderough tests that we
the gloode will bacl you up in the statement. e are willing to makes, and we were satisfied after mot thorough teats that we
the better ou busimess reputation of over 57 years that the Lovell were justified in sgivin the Palm to the. Diamond. men. As a re
Diamond is the best bicycle built, not only in this. country but Consideringwe were not influeneed ia any wa by fiannolal coat suit of thoro
class of cy- In any other. stit of thor
a f t as oon as you issue the papers with tnis article in, which siderations, not even in the form of advertising patronage, fy
oles avail-. ;o sent a Unsoli.aited and unknown to us, and in your letter that the decieson was anprejudiced. and pr
wer tnd eough to say that it would be printed and that you asked pa' rest assured ohah the decision me unprejudiced. ug
Sable in open o art a n ift or anthing of the kind,--we should be Vishin. you succes in the coming season, w are tical teats add
Again thanking you for your kind letter and always wishing you Yoursvery truly, examinations,
market. 'the very best of lccess, we remain Yours respectfully, the unanin-o
As a re. Dictated by b s. L. the uanin o
sult of the - verdict of
e crit. " - in favor of thb
the criti' ovEL -
cal exami' 'LoELL A
M~x~a OND,' maull
nation of 37
dni~n~fferent~ D Lovell Arm~ o 'fr factured by the
fferent John i Lovell Arms Co., M'fr's, h
wihoet, r ell Arms Co.,
jwithout ic" BOSTON, ASS., U. S. A. Boton, assa
prejudice, . chusetta, .and
*hispubion - uhwas based up
an unhe on general and
.atngly an- O $TORES: • . BRANCH STORES: ongeeral
j14 , B T N T R symmetrical
0 i'ttnes .in .See Agentswanted In every - -
-.of the 147 ,, ..,,.W n on.Str t.cty an town. Worcester, Mass. excellence il
SV:LL It Broad o Street. f none in yours, write Providence, R. I. Pawtucket, R. I. be~ypl of a
.L.L $ -B a Street. B M bicycle, sou
0ND Massaclusetts Avenue. to us today. Bangor, Me. Portland, Me. pled with COX.
reds and s1el
IIIae" us Waondt of tleWorld" of our nearest ant or sent by as on application. N da..,
I2i i t
$1,OO FOR YOUR PHOTOORAPH.
IQUAW VINE WINE CERTIFICATES.
Write us 1st How long you have used or
sold Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Wine, 2nd
State Diseases it cured. 3d Give names of
those it cured. 4th State the difference
between its strength and action and the
strength and action of llcElree's Wine of
Cardui. On receipt of letter enclosing re
cently taken Photo raph we will send you a
61.00 Bottle Squaw Vine Wine (FREE).
LIVER MEDICINE CERTIFICATES.
Write us 1st How long you have known,
used or sold Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi
cine. 2nd State Dlse^.ses it cured. 3d Give
names of those cured. 4th State the differ.
enoe between its strength and action and
the strength and action of J. H. Zeilin
& Co.'s "Liver Regulator" and the Chatta
noo a Medicine Co.'* "BlackDraught," both
of w ich contain Woody Bulbs of Roots and
Stems of tHerbs, and have sold at about 0
cents per package, and should not retail at
over 10 cents if consumers are not imposed
upon, while Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi
cine, made from the purest and most care
fullyselected Drugs relardlessof cost, with
the Bulbs of the ocots and Stems of the
Herbs by our secret prooesn extracted and
thrown away, cannot be sold at less than 25
cents. The reason of the difference Is this:
On June 30th, 1893 the Supreme Court
enjoined J. H. Zeilin A Co. from manufact
uring and ,elling medicine under the name.
of "Dr. Simmons Liver Medicine."
Zeilin's answer to our bill said, the medi
cine was designed as "cheap negro medi
cine for the negroes of the Mississippi Val
ley." And Zeillin's manager testified in the
case, and Zellin's advertisements said "that
all the Liver Medicine they make is made by
the same formula." What more conclusive
evidence could there be that all their Liver
Medicine Is "cheap negro medicine?"
Again, the United States Court, in the
Zeilin care at Knoxville, Tenn.,enjolned the
old proprietors of the article now called
"Black Draught" from perpetrating fraud
by using the words constituting our trade
name and "Black Draught" was not known
till after 1670; yet they falsely advertise that
it wuaestablished in 1840, and fichour trade
by allowing their customers to untruthfully
represent it as the same as our genuine arti
cle, they giving color of truth to the de
ception by publishing the pioture of a Dr.
Simmons on their wrapper, thereby asso
ciating their article with our Dr. M. A. Sim
mons' Livr Medicine, which he establishled
in 1840, and every package of which has
borne his picture since 8o0.
On receipt of letter enclosing a recently
tken Photograph we will mail you a $1.09
Package Liver Medicine (FREE).
C. F, SIMMONS MED. CO.,
ST. Loves, Ma
E OF MISLEADING
vertise. Incorporated un
der the lawsof Alabama;
not a thousand miles
away. If you want any
thLn in the Iway of Cycle
we n please you.
/ , . '96 and second
hand wheels. In the
you Ver a wheel that others sell for sT,.00. You save
Sagents' and sub-agents' (onuniiiOlS. Mail orders
receive prompt attention. :al on our write
The Loosley Cycle Company,
Second Ave., (opp. P. 0.) BrauINOHaM, AtLA
SEND FOR A BICYCLE
Btkh Grade 'S8 otels, $14 f $40.
SGRIEAT CLEARING 8ALI of '1T ass 'i
moeels, best makes, .5 ato 18. Bet on
mUroval withost a e t. Free use
of wheel to our ageni. Write for our new
plan "How to WAsm eBl eh" and rsake
Gesy. SPZO AL THiS WIEK--hbi-gh
'ado'9? models rlgltlyr shoepworn], l0.
S e. "Waaderlrag Awtel," a soventr
tbeokofart,TBE or stampwnil theylast.
K. F. lEADR CYCLE COMPANY. Chicase.
o ITOj PITERS,
ALLJ EUINE SEE
OF THE CELEBRATED
JACKSON AFRICAN .:.
•.:.; LIMBLESS COTTON
IS OWNED BY
PLANTERS ARE WARNED NOT to purchase
of others offering seed claiming It to be
of this wonderfully prolific variety, as
no seed not in our possession, or sold without
our trade mark, as registered In U. S. Patent
Office, can be authenticated as pure and genuine.
Suod for our 8reat Offerte C'ttiinPlaters.
JACKSON AFRICAN .
.:. LIMBLESS COTTON CO.,.
9. P 1-2 Peachtree St., Atlanta, .U
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, and not
less than 3% of actual
will increase the crop and im
prove the land.
Our books tell all about the subject. They
are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
03 Nassau St., New York.
Climbing UpO Down Stairs
ARRYING heavy burdens, washing, iron
S ing, scrubbing and other laborious duties
are productive of an enormous amount of
. , suffering among women who are already weak
and prostrated by the ravages of female dis
eases. The performance of these heavy labors
is obligatory to many women, but the suffer
.r i ing is not. This feature of the household bur
; dens may soon be removed if women will only
take the trouble to learn how. A few bottles of
will regulate all menstrual irregularities, and
restore the entire female organism to its
Sproper condition. Take St. Joseph's Liver
Regulator in small doses if there is any ten
dency to constipation or indigestion.
BED-FAST FOR A YEAR. k
Oerstle'.'Female Panacea has made a most wonderful cure on the
wife of one of our tenants. She had been bed-fast for twelve months, but your
medicine has cured her and she is loud in her praises of same.
HIXON BROS.. Claiborne, Ala.
Get this medicine from your druggist. If he does not keep it,
send us $1.00 and we will send you a bottle, all charges paid.
L. (IERSTLE & CO., Props., Chattanooga, Tena.
....Selections from our....
Will flake Your Appear
We have a magnificent line of Men's
and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Shoes and
Gents' Furnishings for you to select
from, and at prices that will surprise
YOU HAVE ALL TO GAIN BY VISIT.
ING OUR STORE FOR SPRING WEAR.
, BLACH & SONS,
s192-1914 First Ave.
311 N. College St., Nashville, Tenn.
AGENTS' m REE C o,
, Blgfon,, orlWorkeY r
8NollS lohu s23.60 IvCYC
Fullyluaranteed. Shipped anywhere
on approval, dlrct from our fotor.
ALPINE CYCLE CO.. CINOINNATI, O.
GnU MIand Liquor Habit cured in
10 to 20 days. No pay till
cured. Dr. J. L.btephens,
Dept. A. Lebanon, Ohio.
DR. O. T. LDOZIER,
8outherq Medicl. Dispensary
Chronic, Nervous Blood. Skin,
Genito-Urhary .irivate Die.
eases, and all dlseasee pecnitar
to women, Ipotency, mpedbl
menta to marriage, and all di
easesand disordersof adelicate
nature of either set succesfutal
ly treated at DispedAary or by
mnail, Book- f prmenonly, au
question blanks tu men and
women sent free. Cure guar.m-t
Dr. Dosmlr can be relied npbe t in
thb'most sulcessful manner.
S (Alabama Christian jvc
His (Dr. Dozier's) professabnlt ef ds l.unilt
peachable and his character as ,a Il and
citizen is above reproach. " .
Address D t. o. T. I'd t .
Cor. 3d Ave. and 19th St. Biimmi Ala.
FOR 14 CENTS
We wish to rainleA,00 new ces
tomer,, andKnoe ooler
1 " Ikmarok Ont er, t
Werik $1.00, for 14 sents
Above 10 pkgs. worth $1 00, we will 0
mail yo free, ltoiet@ tt wit o
great Plant and seed CatI oe
peon receipt of tis notc, sad 140,
313tO0e. we ivite your trade sta
ow whe you onoie 1 Blser's
eds u will ever tt al th
eaoBbt. to ofor one e Aoa
5011 A. "ug 31 CO0., iA Cr p, C Wl,
ROD)S for tracing or locating lold or Silver
Ore, lost or buriedtreaitur s. . It.
FLowler, Box:83, oubtjngtton. Conn.
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