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The Song of the Year.
The lacs are out,
The thrush is about
The first of the year
Love's sweet, and Love's bheret
On thorns that we know
The rose is a-grow
Love's sweet, and Love's bhee
The heart of the yearl
No bird in the air,
No bough but is bare
The gray of the year
Love's sweet, and Love's beret
The word that is last,
The flakes falling fast-
Love's sweet, and Love's bere
The end of the year!
-Lizette W. Reese in Wide Awake.
A military outbreak-Camp fever.
A city full of watchmen-Geneva.
Above all other animals-The giraffe.
Vienna bred-The Emperor of Aus
Mountain climbers have high old
The counter-sign-"No goods ex
A favorite toast in Algiers-The Dey
The great difficulty about common
sense is that it is so tremendously scarce
that it ain't common.
A burglar may not be, properly speak
ing, a man of iron nerve,but he is of ne
cessity a man of steal nerve.
The artist who puts up gilt signs may
not be much of a correspondent, but he
turns out some brilliant letters.
"What is a man-of-wart " said a teach
er to his class. "A cruiser," was the
prompt reply. "What makes it got"
"It's crew, sir." "Who go with itt"
"It's crew, sir."
Very Stout Lady (impatiently, to
driver of bob tail car)-Will you ever
make this car go? Driver (despairingly)
-I am afraid not, madam, as long as
you make the cargo.
Apprentice - Professor, what's the
matter with makin' gold and gettin rich?
Watchmaker-Oh, nothing, but you'll
have to pay the market price for the
material to make it with, you know.
Young Hlusl,and: I don't see what I
am going to do. I have been advertis
ing for a servant for a week, and haven't
received a single application. Exper
lenced 3~Ither-in-law: Try advertising
for a girl.
Miss Beacon (of Boston)-"You
Western girls are dreadful slangy. Do
you know, I heard a Chicago girl say,
the other day that she would 'get there
with both feet.' " Miss Dearborn
"Yes; we are somewhat given to that
sort of thing. Is it true that Boston
girls are-ah-as deficient of beauty as
they are said to be?" Miss Beacon
"We may not he handsome; but in the
matter of culture we arrive at our desti
nation with both of our pedal extremi
Loved Features on Watch Dials.
"It ii getting quite the thing, nowa
days, for the dude clerks to carry their
girls' pictures around with them en
graved on their watch-cases," said a New
York jeweller to a lIWrld reporter.
"The pictures are put on by an en
tirely new iroccess. Formerly they were
photograph:ldl on the watch dials. By
the new process the picture is put on the
inPside ca~e ' r cap of the watch. In
stc:i of Ib.ing photographedl the por
trair is ,'urne,.l in.
"*ly .ii~ lrt,.ss the picture presents
a soft, Jic,:.ng cffect, pnsrerving all the
delicacy of the original. This process
has only ,been known a short time, and I
the y.unw men in the ofces around here
hLe t:sken quitea faacy to it, 5so or
bImhss is growing.
'"It is a common thing to see the
yc.utl:hs lil o:;t their watches, open the t
back i th . c'eC and peer into it for sev
eral minu:es. The uninitiated might
supEN' t!:(l.y wre examiining the works
of the watch; but, instead of that, they L
ae gazing at the features of their
All Pockets Suited. '
'ounfl girl (at fortune - teller's) -- I
Waat? I am ging: ti miarry a poor It'
borer and live in a shlanty? It's outrng.. i
ous! 3l friend Sarah had her fortu,.
told here andl you said she was to mart,
Sp'rinc and live in three castles. Huh':
Here' you.r hluarter. tt
Fortun,.-tler (with dignity)-Yur
fnend aurth got a fifty-cent fortune, :
The Gasses of Death.
Out raesdsem a ntaes a faemilr wat
e that eight deas have
fmrt t matio from a medica
vfw anscs withn the a. took ew
.teonms a recess meetmt a th
tiorane to the smanomy of aso ml b l
uetre did c asm ea m
viewa d ýa b Yt o dis point bd
,aQ_ somewn nmb e belt, tie v a t
he Rmae.a cnt mree tn theat byn-.
lmav pb t ht B orec del . Tim aot o
suaed ty .w wt ht tsh wen whh
t ada f t the fivmse dtal' rom
,s ownenmsn atl-wn- ol o ro b
oIOar essm cab oweM disase
omiu. cmtramer ea the t g ral mm
_ao they_ mediaol phthi, m c
of '.iw nmber, we oelieveato hea wac
ora redtno N , roue oufodru sypa ow
sapyoos, afd Lea dateds dih fr esLo1
aob snark chmmwry an t te tersa law
moe di e sa l omed w eobre i n, temds Wa
boeetple .be sowd th s dwI ll ar pic
Tohe name fr g dth sae Te t orsts
doo. re t hiyes eatio the and ser o e 'i
trnn tey fa
.;Ba . awellkown porle fo th
.ana other fombc tkidney drsomethey
de, ctermct that deaths wehe sed by
TIohe vllrt yo ae meangls maads ofa
ye uroal ute tnow uedp omdim
c othr amoeleoaht x y, ase The dorardiac
15 this the L hbor esIt trIN o yu not
kiw laysouad If they did aim thewrot of
tanle b utaon is whel ptn e ae a cored
gThe a arst c ona l t he atslt dichle
Wed Aa ina l r -nowen uspedt by this
pam toremr that erych belearne
anll obaerfa of bsation , ti s thea I
ou.lde l dsto patentas odb, an d ea
,The Keoet are vhery fanr r hav iga
ieth nealci the nowil eadg a mnd hie
pordu _npopo rhi_ _ oe ard_ _
Is Thsle n ot t n"trotis Do yoethno
i sharks in fety.
At Springineld, Mwes.,re there is a Turk
i pra yatg a on exhibitmion aid to be
n yeoars old and valued at $ ris00.
A I reachman is sanious to arrange for
ms tank where p0t00en people eac red
the womhcat a
The orou n is for wingdow mamei hs
been produced in Pa The a
oo ie to dmit a draft, but t y stht
"Ohe lates nhe Chine- dwsl f, tdevi
ienrs, s so ll that ou an oer him
Snosticias of the name apliedt to a
ue.t who soon after the preaching of
hristianity ent pdeavored to combme its
principles with reek philosophy.
The buirslet pair theof Indglish-r mber shoes
brought into the Uninicted States from
wiuth kerosene oil and swims amongded the
shembled in shape the pointed slippersy.
At Spr ingouiseld, taxidermis., thre is a Turkly
sh prneserved rug on ehiition saidys to he
muscl000 years old ad vawerlued t 600.reat size
d forenchmaned inearly one-fxious to rrange for
Porous glses for window panes has
been produced in Paris. The pores are
too fine to admit a draft, bat they asst
in ntilatioD when food dultertion is so
"Ohe table that " the Chinyse drl warf. ther
smallest lilipuotian on earth, aged fiftyn
thea is limited mal that ou hemica cover himd in
ith an ordinary plug at elpre. It
;norms mortceover the nume and hed to a
sect who, a soin after the preching thf
Choristioanit end free favoredom to combine ts
principles ith re phlosophyduce.And
The first pair of Indla-rubber shoeso
"outh America in 1880, were gilded and
resembled In shape the pointed slipper
of a Chinese mndarianan 100
A rst. Louis taxidrmist ho recentlhe e
preseaned a lare bald its manufactres the
mthere wscles of the breast were of grat size
andver Oil on accountrl onf ie-fa unprth of tahet
This T diieulty has been ovlterticome I. a
,Irnnphon it . Iat toeing as palatable fs
mel. and the st valuable remedy knownltr
eor the tCoatmnbrst f onsumcot I eminent irua
tnmad Broneh iti neral Debility. prastiu -I
foiams oreover a deliciousi ugh and heathfl
rin,l has rears physine iand mor in all lutritios thf
the world t chespe ithl. Thehyoiianrwse of lr
Bittle Co. haients tak it with loramore. Tryhan
artts Ealreati and he on vinored repte b tC
A clergym an, after yearofits mauffertng from
prying teoryk, eedan .eiy.at tl n.t fund a
thereipti whill be rlethes of t:rhe l -,s 'l
eim fennlr'h.Anysu ptmernr frin dris," -e
nveloae to ! ret.... LLae Tae me .. t
til. N.a.,t wirerst auive te Rel., tritl c: rge 'I
st.. NY. I.. will Or~eivo the ri. zi~ irce uf al~yr T
"Oh. my ack!" Is a comma eclamaieb,
puate, overwork ad mlsr d b ae
Bitters. It builds up from the b
Smaki the blood rich and puree , lai
sicias ns and mtnisters use sand
It has cred many, and If you are ase
. er. trylit.
Experin uts are, it is stated,l
made on the Prussian railways
ile-boes aIn which the bearsa saurface
consists of sheets of vegetable perch
ii eed together. The lubrication of
Sthese bearig is said to be very perfect,
tween the different sheets, the whole
a becomes thoroughly saturated with eIL.
SThe Ie s wepsy.
ea y seemingly inurable es oft blooeed po
S on, mtsee , set ul alshssmatism have bem
SeedbyB. B. B. (Bote Blood Balm), made
. by the Blood Balm Co., tlanut, a. Writs
s to them for book liled with convinling proof.
G. W. B. Baider, living seven msls bsn
Athens, Ga., writes: "ar several yes I set
fted with rn n ulcrs, which doetors treat
ed and po cdinrable. A stingle botel
of B. B. B. did se more good than all the doe
to. I kept on sing it ndevery ulcer healed."
SD. . iaal d o T liga, Gs. writes:
"We induced a neghbor to try B. . for
catarrb, which he thought inurable, as it had
resisted all treatment. It deligte him, anad
r continuing its use, he was ered sound and
B. N. Lawson, ast Point, Gs., writes "My
a wife had sorofuli 15 years. liShe kept grow
a woese. She lost her hdr and her a broke
out fearfully. Debility, emaciation and no ap
i petite followed. After phyloln and numer
Soe advertised mediines I tried B. B.
SB., and her recovery was rapid d complete."
I Oliver Seeor, Baltimore, EM., writes: "I
p suered from weak back and rheumatis. B.
a B B. has proven to be the only medicine that
Sgave Dae relief,"
Thirty years ago there were near one
t hundred lightning-red faotories in the
United States. Now there are but four,
yet they turn oat as many rods as came
a from their so numerous predecessors.
A Radieal Care For pllepile Ftits.
STo The Editor':-Please inform your read
ers that I have a positive remedy for the
above named disease which I warrant to cure
the worst cases. So strong is my faith in its
virtues that I will send free a sample bottle
and valuable treatise to any sufferer who will
send me his P 0 and Expreesadidres. Reep',
H. G. ROOT, M. C., 153 Pearl St., New York.
bthildren Cry for It.
If a child will take a medicine with pleasure,
you may know that it is not In any way offen
lvetotheta.te. Children like Hamburg Figs
and It is no longer necessary to disgust them
with castor-oil. 25 cents. Dose one]Ji. Mack
SDrug Co., N. Y.
Tea Mother's Friend, used before conalne.
ment, lessens pain and makes labor com.
paratively easy. Sold by all druggists. a
Best,easiest to use and cheapest. Piso's
Remedy for Catarrh. By Druggists, 50 ce
If afflicted with sore eyes, use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell at
e5c per bottle.
Health and Strength
soon repme weana eatnd langusor. if that reliable t
medtucse, Hoond's ~armperlU~ is fairly ad faith- W
fully trad. It is the hest medad to hsew tha
blood pare sad to espel t germs of meofutd silt
rThem, ea other poies which caes so much a
saiering, and user or later undermine the gural be
health. D its peculiar curative power eod's-sar- Pa
apatrilla stamasthem the seams while it eradicates
disemea It is the peot~e's favorite sprint mdicine.
"I know that Hood's Sarueperllla as restored mp
health and prolonged my days. I was feeling badly
fora long time, my touable beiln a general aerevou
p otratlon, aceompanied with chills and fever.
After taking Ave bottles of Hood's tsareprtlls I
fSlto well a to be able to do my bousework. lsm
s wll now as any one of my age. m years."-L ms
I E.. Tobar, ba Albans, Vt
' I think Hood's arenaparil is just the maedisi
for wemen, or saycee who has bad btlod." ummsas
. aOmtra, tet Browd Top, Pa
Hood's Sarsaparilla .
Sold byr all drug s:a $1; s for ls. Prpaen d onl of
by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaree. Lowell, Mas.
10 0 Doses One Dollar I
The New Baxter Engine, Rope and a
Twine Machinery, and Manu- k
facturer of fBirder Twine, etc.
'Li. eongine is made with
all 'itest imnprovements from
I to 15 H ' and hs a record
unsurpn...sl in the history ,f
st'naln otito lLrs. Eve"v engine, I
is pr..vi-c:l with all, r' nonmir'
anDo aire warranDtl in erye
r.sis''t. Every ,let'riptio,
of Ii pte and Crdag.. Twin.
and tagging Maclinery. And
n!s. manufaturvrr . Jute
Bagging. Hemp and Flax
Binder Twine, etc. isnl for cirulars. Ad
frews JOSEPH C. TODD
Plea. mentionthispeap r. :t; Dey Rt, N York
with adisIase for which d.cora bed
era, ard the fn ras caume off to the
mddle joint. ior 3 years he suffered
drcsdf tly; is now gelting well,.snd I
am satisfied SwiWf, apeci ilcs the
chier cause ot his lmpr.vement -
leb . 1 . oa% FI . IPser. And.
~elers, the resuft l a' tsalsaof acalf comni Jn coo e
tct with a cot linger. Te ¢..1rs were dep and p'.ln.
Swifts Ipclc, siel he Is now well.
Iend forbooks 'n TItsnd Plttoes .. ' a Dorrsscs, h
flea. Sward tadrasc Co., Atsat tiea.
P_ O-HILD BIRTH EASY
IF USES BEFORE CONFINEMINT.
door TO "tUtIsuieM iiILsE Icar EE
SST ALL UINii(GI.,"ri.
• " I pr'nebo a i l.d fully e r
- -l twe r thee- asocr*h on
. sterdam. 1. Y fary'
r r tLy bti We ire od ,: G fo P
Said m. . to lm N . laid m. D. to ml s..
C"rwas o'er a cup ofr afs obhesa: "aae sed ndeed, bu thee , 0ye
"Our Pretty boe YOaeri, She put ide oljseum,
Has sained In looks surprlsnely; And tried that thmom remedy,
he seem as well as well can btl Which did so much for you and me
What s the cause, I woader?" Pierre's avore e Pr m
For "run-down," debilitated and overworked women, Dr. Piere's Favorite
Prescription is the beet of all restorative tonics. It is a potent Specific for alt
those Chronic Weaknesses and Dseases ecular to Women; a powerful teas
and nervine, it inparts lgor and srenpth to the whole system. It romt
cares weakness of tomcnausea, indieti on, bloating, weak back,neo
prostration, debility and sleeplessness. It Is carefully compounded by an expe
enced and skllfl physician, and adapted to woman's delicate o a
Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the sysem.
"Favorite Prescription'" l the only medicine for women, sold by druggist,
ader a positive guwra*tes of astisfaction In every case, or price (1.O) refmded
This guarantee has been printed on the bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carei
out for many years.
CopyrIghted, lIB, y Woard's Dausar maar. Aaesocson, Promple
f 'OiRg= ' X C Z .L
LITTLE LIVER PILLS.'
Prely Vegetable P ueretly Iarmls.
Unequ8ales as sa ver silL emalissI hei.
tats.ke time. A t e i
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s Wer8oWL umemsxe s uS - tesahso eed ,. w.Y.
LOOK AT THIS!
Cheapest and beat Germia.
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Sn:ul In .All clloth. E W rhi s
irds with (hemaln C equiv a
h nta and l,ron, nr'ation. and
OLralonl words wlth .Ii)ilMy
dPheltini'tn , tthat if y).(' hm"ar
S(enloituli wlrd anl d want to
know itin Etnlieh, y, I s :,k in
citE part of te tlt,, while It
j Oil wtant to tranlatie an VEne
73E0ose ONOLESA PI900 .
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SN& 0..asrs0 till i a00ih
aLL s btam . we. li . O
Sn. r hurch and iu~tt r r i tt . n ..hviUe, IlUm -
only whIfh frin hllt )a- trilnlelirty lhLa no
rIa o i et_i P e Oer _se m VIleatan O or i
(rZaa e oto areae CJz . ur..
Nursa cdlve P*uE Imna
1 wiri., dsren dr the I tlllht d OIIT ; d Oi _
rMM a eared. ad, lra wntw rt,': W my faihl /ob rmdo -
-4 (ol iB .. i hvtmli l I. *Ter with
1LLL5T Il res ... O T salade wou tau
A few ecal I4 wsllla a 1 rItla. -O
I *Fnou5 EaºIe Bird.
PACKED ONLY Y
ROCHESTER COFFEE CO.,
ImuMMU sLA, u InW Ma,
AFTER ýO TN FAIL
Drs. LINN & LOBl
New fork 00om I o
er t treatmsent ofI iciatu
Er aoudli ne. It a 1 hoa oneh a
-'n 4yU milda# m ruin l b
md l ameH . r.C.. LA marrU, /a
hIcrES W. E R ALL L . 1
5 to ON a day. Snamnes worth $l so s
ItRrwuler SafJty Iln Ho..ier C.. Holly, kie
Ona rwP.w amp le hor. C. mw oavea
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