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kat Is the use of telling the rheumatlo he feels as if his joints were being dis* hd? I knows that his sufferings are very a like the tortures of the rack. lut he wants tu know is what will per bntly cure his disease, ht, according to thousands of grateful jnonials, is * vod's Sarsaparilla roniptly neutralizes the arid In thf I on which the disease defends, com By eliminates it, and strengthens the Jrn against its return. Try Hood's. ! j [ Coincident« In Three Deaths. gesident McKinley's death Ked on the anniversary of the Ui of th Duke of Wellington, who I September 14, 1852, and also on I anniversary of the death of Gen ■ Montcalm, who was killed ,Sip fcer 14, 1759, Quebec. 0C ci filly people* want to do W ELL forf'hristmHS «»tiling h • promote* hapj inos- an 1 g. ,»■! . I horoforo, nut* (Girlie d 1 t s Tiitiolo : it e itch. liver, kit.m*. fcy«»om and purifies [iiKt eeausc of rheumatism, g .iitnml mnn v liseuse;-. 11 Heran f urea re n • in**' • r • o e It. Oil' 1, thus •e: the r ■ is t-',""' 1 I ; ,r v,m1i, k >ui held in thehigheit r pule lur yearn. Physicians recoinmei d it hi ■id has live Colonies as Kingdoms. jucen Elizabeth was ecu of as queen of Virginia. Vir- j a and Carolina were kingdoms ! er the Stuarts. Massachusetts [recognized as a sister kingdom prom well's parliament. commonly P ents—Send no Money model or drawing with a description, ilt advise ynu. J. S. puttie FDpp , (Dept. A) Washington, D. C. * «V.l-«I_, e For the Name. ^^BYhy is Kichenmnn adding so BËIy new designs to that house lie IfeSuilding?" ~-33âfr k. that lie will have an excuse ■nulling it Builtmore" — Chicago Snord-Ucrald ftViMh All I Toll them * find liv of 111 nil in g th'* A *•. i. P *t »nst*. y f <;•>r field 'I *r di-ii - er a a liieh ci res in 1*11*1 insure t Hhi i v - I»; n ■ • •! ill 1 .ltli. Some Distinction In That. bn't lot my refusal of your pro il embitter you, Mr. Simpkins, te—Oh, not all. After all, it is Â fet hing to have been rejected by a ji j who owns a .ffiUO dog. —Detroit ■ l'ress. - * * : >; v I I Permanently Cured. No fit* or nervounne«» t I liter first «lay's use of l>r. Kline*, Great Nerv« r Bend for FttEE®*-i»OOtrianjo^lean itr«at . k. il. KlimB, Ltd..931 Arch St.. Philadelphia Pa ;r I I fî: ;r A I World's Greatest Shipping Ports. _lie three greatest shipping ports tbo world are Now York, Liverpool *i* a|jKFIanil>iirg . Over 2ö,tKK) vessels mmve and depart each year at Ham- r i H and over 41.QUO at Liverpool. V ! I I I i filers will find Mrs. W'inslow's Sooth nup the best remedy to use tor theii durine the teething period. I : I ro hundred carloads of steel have ;been sent to supplant the wooden [i le in the Sacramento canyon, Cali I ! I I ly experiment with untried reme tor pain? Use Wizard Oil at once, >e happy. Your druggist has it. ; I : 3 ta Claus is beginning to look over oekin' trade. BAD BL0®3, * Be skin is the seat of an almost end Bariety of diseases. They are known Bknous names, but are all due to the vv B cause, acid and other poisons in . Blood that irritate and interfere with fcoper action of the skin. B^ave a smooth, soft skin, free from ■Options, the blood must be kept jure Hnealthy. Tl:e many preparations of ■c and potash and the large number Bee powders and lotions generally f, Bin this class of diseases cover up B short time, but cannot remove per Bntlv the ugly blotches and the red, Buring pimples. n D I tsl vigilanco S3 tho pries boeaxtifu! oantpSoxion such remedies are reliol on. K. T. Shobc. 1704 Lucas Avenue, Pt. Louis, j lys : " My dauehtfr was alhiciecl fur ytari \i disfiguring eruption on her face, which ri all treatment She was takea to two |ted health firings, but received no bene l«ny medicines were prescribed, L-t w ; tn . 1 11. until we deci ie I t > try S. S S.. and . y e the first bottle was finished the eruption o disappear. A dozen bottles cured her ftely ar.d left her skin perfectly smooth, bow seventeen years old. and m t a s*gn ox barrassing disease has ever returned. g cure for It is . S. is a positive, unfa Drst forms <-f skin troubles, eatest of all blood purifiers, and the me guaranteed purely vegetable. blood makes bad complexions. (| purifies and invigev rates the old ana inake3 new, rich blooa that nourishes the bodv and keeps the ictive and healthy and m prop«' SW4ÄSÄÄ ou have Eczema, Tetter. Acne, Salt n. Psoriasis, or your skin is rough imply, send for our book on Blood ikin Diseases and write our P h >' sl * about your case. No charge what» Dr this service. .. PT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. A4« 1 : IWO TRAINS 1ERE WRECKED an| an* but in' THIRTEEN REPORTED DEAD. 1'aasenner «nil till Trains Conte To Ketlier—All Cur» Were lunche, and Krelaht l'l»—The Heat AVa» Too Severe to Heseue the Jured. Iluroed n Rockford. 111.. Dec. 1C.—A fast pas stinger train on the Illinois Central -jiailroad eastbound from Dubuque for Chicago, was wrecked about 1 o'clock !m-ar Perry ville. 111., the first station Tliit teen sev that sin. southeast of this station. persons are reported killed and ci al injured. Every one of the six passengers burned, including the diners and the sleepers. Both trains were consumed by the fames. The following persons were killed and their remains incinerated in the wreck: was Richard Ormsby, passenger cumin eer. Chicago, James Reardon, Freeport, fireman, passenger train. Robert Thompson, American Ex j ! Eineer. David Carey, Freeport, freight fire P ress messenger. J. W. Fulk, passenger brakeman. David Liechan, Freeport, freight en man. Newsboy on passenger train, name riiknown. Colored man. porter on passenger train, name unknown. Old man living in Genoa, name un known. Possibly four others, names un known. and possibly bodies burned. The fire was caused by the explo sion of an oil tank in the freight train The passenger was an Omaha Chi cago thain and was running at a high speed, being three hours behind time. Scarcely a person escaped without more or less severe bruises and cuts. Only three or four persons in the smoking car escaped. The survivors rr.ade heroic efforts to rescue the in jured who were Imprisoned in the Â ji :Vi ■TV VV v X * : l >; I v I V m t thaä MARI». ;r X I I I e ;r : A B i *i* r i Rheumatic V x Y ! T Sciatic, Sharp and Shooting Pains. Strains. Weakness and ail bodily aches and pains relieved almost instantly. Backache, Headache. Faceache. Chest Pains, and all Nervous Pains and Muscular Weakness cured by I I L I t I Y i :o I Ä [> St. Jacobs Oil T I : I I [i I I : .1, t> After all other remedies fail. Acts like magic ! ■ ! I I I Conquers Pain : rip tp 1-rrlrl-rk £ I it ; I I I ■ : Price, 25c and 50c. 1 -I 3 & SOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINE. y îfeBÎ wreck, but the flames drove them liack at every point. The hissing of escap ing steam from the engine and the roar of the flames drowned the eric s ! of the perishing victims of the wrec k. With the merc ury standing at 20 d. grecs below zero the suffering of thos • vv | t( , t , S( . a p ( , ( ] fmni the wreck was in . f ns! p de tached from ought fire and an engine that c ame f, nnl t } u . osi took the car to Irene, a 1 Many of those who were in the \ &k*epv?rs were scantily clad. The wounded who oscaped were placed o n bunks in a way oar that was the* train before it v small station four miles east. l*nt«*r. J. W. Higgins. I Cbieago. Dec. lfi. general superintendent of transporta tion of tlie Illinois Central railroad places the* blame for the wreck at j ,. rrV ville en . t „ pine^r of tne freight t.a.n. ' tli* conductor and on They arc raid by Mr. Higgins to have disobeyed orders, which were to stop at Irene, several miles east of Perrvville. Mne 1,1 vra t.oat. ».-o«-m.iv. Philadelphia. Dec. place the loss from the floods OOF».<*'*>. 80 far r(> ' (| i n,n, ' ^ h1rMy ^. k , n * ru , p _j w O'Brt«m m Third Ave t y t Minneapoll«. Minn. Jan. •, 1900. --— 0re»t Anxiety, AthJetc—Did I—break—it. debtor? Duclor-l will be l'l»'" -«Nj«. The arm is broken the collarbone crushed, the skull is fractured— Athlet I—break—the— "What?" "Reword'"_Tid-Bits. 1 Kecorü . na uit-s. tim.« t from «Cf.lHHi.fion to Mirt- have been reeeive.1 here of tim lo«-* livc-> in various parts of the -ta'e : No, no, no! The—did— ** What Ages a Woman. It ain't hard work so much that makes a woman old, fur she kin work an| toil an' grub fur them ehe loves an* still come up smilin'an 9 rosy, but it's waitin'an' hopin' an* starv in' that ages'em. | a He e«kf* three great gifts- Health, Wealth and Happiness ! iticn k 1 ' ** him « »Hrfiehl Ten ; *.t brim's Good Health, proT* (*t*-s H i.p reaa and makes the pursuit of \\ cn.tii possible. rcsi^n.ltiun. and A Clirl.t in« t-lilli »nph.r. \cn Washington, Dee. 18. mado Announcement i< Postma-ier that Smith has tendered hi today t !» lllT.ll that it lias been I'avne, national committeeman sin. lias l»s'U olTered the jiusition. and !ias accepted it. accented. Henrv C. if \\ isi -m Sviwp-Fifis J is REPROS * 1 And Acts _ Pleasantly and Gently. T° OVERCOfiß pERMANEMTLY ^ J With manj' millions of families Syrup of Figs lias become the ideal home laxative. The combination is a simple and wholesome one, and the method of manufacture by the California Fig Syrup Company ensures that perfect purity ami uniformity of product, which have commended it to the favorable consideration of the most eminent physicians and lu the intelligent appreciation of all who are well informed in reference to medicinal agents. Syrup of Figs lias truly a laxative effect and acts gently with out in any way disturbing the natural functions and with perfect freedom from any unpleasant after effects. In the process of manufacturing, figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinally laxative principle; of the combination are obtained from plants known to act mosl bexur fi.ially on the system. I * Ù J 3 0 To det its bervefieiakl effect r* b\jy -the ^er\uir\crManufac , t>jrecl by LAÏrforràïv Fiq Symp C* S<arN FrArvoißco.CÄl. « New YorMIX Louisville. Ky. PRICE 30* PCP BOTTLe FOR 3 ALI BV ALU DBUOOI5TS n ir m ' J l éMâ u : 1 Nationality of Our Presidents. President Roosevelt is the second HlieeMry, Vim >ur other chief executives, 14 have sprung from English stock, five from Seoteh-Iri-h, three from Scotch and one, Jefferson, from Welsh. president of Dutch Buren being tlie first. <if As any postman will tell you, some people expect too much. THE BEST POMMEL SLICKER IN THE W 0 ÜLD BEARS TH15TRAPE MASH // m y//,/// 5 k ' <%,&£!}- s \ / v '% y y u m 7 /m?SH bî# . (J THOUGH OFTEN iniTAlfR A5 A SADDLE COAT IT HA5 NO EQjUL^L '/ . ON CATAkOSU^» rRtL smowinc rwkk kiNC er casmcnts A»o»îA?i ' A.W.TOWLA CO. BOSTON. MASS. 44 We Teach Bookkeeping, Stenography, Matbeinatic», Ktigi «b, Lau gtiagee. History, Lie., gy Mai! N. «. U. _ Pacific Ooa»t Oorro mpondonco institute For fall information add real Rorf/anA Crmgon, 'HK.X wrltln* to advertiser» plea«« m**ntion ihia paprr. w No. 51, 1901. I BE , t«a Good. Ca Beat Coosh Syrup. ln tim«. Sold by druextsu. Hf gazanaaiEUBi On the May to Pekin. Tendon. Dec. 17.—A dispatch receive«! from Pekin announces that the itn !**ri.»l court left Kai îSeng Fu. bound for Pekin, List Saturday. --— » - | 1100 reward «ino. The readers of thla p«|»er wfll be cleaned to learn that there 1» a! leaat .*ne draauad <ita eaae that science ha* been atle to cure In all It* sla^tn. and that Ui Catarrh. Hall's Ca tarrh (Sire la the only positive cure ktmwu to the medical fraternity Catarrh b* ins a con ttftutlonal disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken In ternally. actinK directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, an.l giv ing »he p N 'f»nt strength by bull din* up the con •tl uti*n and assisting nature in doing Ha w rfc The propriét és have so much faith In Its cura tlve powers that they offer One Hundred L>ol lara for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. O. AiMrtwui For the land's sake—fertilizers. 801(1 hr driut*i»t«, 'oc. Hall*« Funtlly Pill« are th* heat. BEST FOR THE BOWELS J lNDY cathaktj M.\ AI \ ** ) ft It 10 « «A« ao* ALL DRUGGIS' m !«I;j I candy \ I CATHARTIC j I sweeteiT^Î fSjvattuztoA I THE STOMACH | tait* rood. K«t them Ilk« p.nrty. remove nny bad Ifc In the iiniith, leir I 11 K the breath «vi.i t Ht.d pertum-d. Ii la a plMNIt t•> take torn, and they liked ei>iH ' tally hy children. «weet'-n Hie »tcrrach by rle*n«!rr mouth, throat and food channel T| meat'», they «tip ucIikoihI «ourlt.g In the etomneh. prévint ttai fo^m I 11 K in the Iici»i:> md kill dl*< a«e (terme of any kind that breed and f*«d In the tire ■ y Mem. are purely vegetable and contain no m curlal or other mineral poleon. They c «l«t of the 1 a t e « t d 1 - > o v e r lea In medlcl at.d form a comtilnatlon of r>m,tllea jn cuualed to make the blood pure and rick arid make cltan iklri and btautlful cc pltxlcn. ton« th« atomarh and bowel* and attr the laay liver They do r.ot merely aofltn the »tool« and cam* their dlacharrc. but «trengthen the bowel« and put Horn Int* lively, healthy condition, making their ec tlon natural. ^ •» iat food fr m IB •e» i»n PURELY VEGETABLE (§SKOSVÛb R TONIC !; wMWMhn n*. m u* r*v»r *rlp nor grip«. They »rt quietly, i»*. I MILD BUT 1 Ä Itlvchr «r.d f.vvcr < au»» *ny k :»,<! .if unclim I f TfîV«nb OiT\ forttU*f««lln(. Tiktnrt| therm I SURE 1 the liver *< t ri-(fu!;i rly »r.d n»iiir«lly h l _- . -. r .- .-.- i . r* »hould They kc.-p ih< ««m. rmo ot th« h properly moving *r.d keep the »y.tem cl«»ä. tncre*«« the flow of milk In rundn* moth er». If the mother eat» a tablet. 11 a.* her milk mildly purgative- ar.d ha- a rk but certain < fleet on th* baby It. th!» t»»y they are the only »aft laxative for th* nurilr-K Infant. aka « II <dy k** 11 « BOON FOR MOTHERS »»«»«MM taken patler.tlv. per«!«t»r.tly, will rur* »ny form of cvjnetlpa' lur. m> n atter l,..w olit of hnw often other r* rri'-dl»» have fafied Th»y are absolut el y «ua rar. I >.d to eure at, y c*««, or purchaia Dior.ey will b* chetrltiUy re funded. co«t 10c. Sic. 6<V- a bo* Ramp!»» »»r.t fra* for the «tklr.it We publish no te»tlmoni«la but »»11 ( 'aæaret» on their m<rlt ur.der *b lolute *uarant»e to cure. Huy and » bo* to-day. or writ« u» for fr«» »arr and booklet. CURE CONSTIPATION NEVER SOLD IN BULK r in (|AA nrit; ini\ will be paid to any reader of thla paper who 9lvU IaLTT/AIaLF port to ns any attempt of substitution, or something Just as good" when Cascarsts ars ca Or. and tnraish eridsacs upon which ws can cosrict. Ail corraasoodsacs confidant ra Of "You can't dispute the miracles in the Bible, man. Why Just consider* the raising of Lazarus!" "Humph! I've seen people raised tliat have been dead longer than I.ab unis. Be.irs tlld oigUAtUrO O* Nothing New in That. Why my wife raises Cain every day;''—Denver Times. CASTOR IA For Infants nml Children. Tbs Kind You Have Always Bought S«m of ( run n Prlnrr. Athens, Dee. 1.1 .—('tow n I'lineesa So phia, wife of Crown Prince Constantine, gave birth to a son.