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g boon restored to health lydia £• Plnkham'% Vogo g compound « Thole let taro on tllo and prove this emont to bo a fact , not a •e boastm When a modi t has been successful In leg so many women, you not well say without try ! do not believe /< help me. tt TOP VV 1 1 U-, > W % pf m % \yA INKHAM'S getable Compound positive cure for all those painful ilments of Women. dll entirely cure the worst forms of le Complaints, all Ovarian troubles, imation and Ulceration, Falling and icements of the Womb, and consequent I Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted Change of Ljfe. _ Your medicine cured me of ter* rible female illness. I Mus. M. F. Mulleb, 1a Concord Sq , Boston, Mas*. Backache. as cured more cases of Backache and irrhœa than any other remedy the lias ever known. Itisalmost infallible ch cases. It dissolves and expels rs from the Uterus in an early stage ■elopment, and checks any tendency cero us humors. _ Your Vegetable Compound ro EW moved a Fibroid Tumor from my womb after doctors failed to give MUS. B. A. I.OMIIA11U. Westdale, Mass. relief. arlng-down Feeling b troubles, causing pain, weight, and iche, instantly relieved and perma |r cured by its use. Under all eircum îs it acts in harmony with the laws govern the female system, and is as less as water._ ■Mw Backache left me after taking ■D the second bottle. Your mediciue W cured me when doctors failed. Mas. kakaii Holstein, 8 Davis Block, Gorham St., Lowell, Mass. Irregularity, ■essed or Pain lui Menstruations, Weak f the Stomach, Indigestion. Bloating, ing. Nervous Prostration, Headache, al Debility. _ r lt is a grand medicine. thankful for the good it has done me. Mrs. J. VV. J., 76 Carolina Ave., Jamaica Plain (Boston), Mass. I am ■ izziness, Faintness, don't care " and me Lassitude, t to be left alone " feeling, excitabil Titability, nervousness, sleeplessness, sney, melancholy, or the "blues," and cite. These are sure indications of le Weakness, some derangement of the , I was troubled with Dizziness, Headaches, Faintness, Swelling Limbi. Your medicine cured me. Mbs. Sabah E. Bakeb, Bucksport, Me. whole stor.v, however. Is told In an rated book which goes with each bot ■e most complete treatise on female laint * ever published. For eight vears I suffered with W womb trouble, and was entirely ■ cured by Mrs. Pinkham's medicine. Mbs. L. L. Towne, ___ Littleton, X. H. Cidney Complaints ackache of either sex the Vegetable : >und always cure s. I E. Pinkham's | § ier Pills cure Constipation, Headache, 25c. The Vegetable Com ound is sold by »11 legists or sent by il, in form of Fills or 1-ozenges, on re. ceipt of Si .00. Correspondence /reel) answered. bu can address in strictest confidence, li K. P 1 NKHAM MED. CO.. Lynn, Hass. rn mat Strong Men. Ns Touriste —You have R and rugged tpyes of manhood h this Western country? |ge Driver—Yaas, miss, we hev put here thet don't think it's t* hold up a railroad train.— [Bta e Journal. Hard to Identify, rat is Jimmy's hair," said the Rail Player, laying out his trophy per the game, "and this is Bil K>se, and this is Tom's ear, and lyebrow belongs to young Rush [t for the life of me I can't iden pis finger.''—Baltimore Ameri some They Knew. ihaway—Did you tell the Brind I that I was going to call there tening? verton — Yes. How did you Ihaway—The wedding present I [hem was in the front parlor — and Country. Well Informed. seems to be a well informed feitainly. His wife tells him ihing that's going on."—Phila ia Bulletin. le who hire a flat must take the *ith the suite. A Necessary Citizen. It seems to me that great deal of i bartender. ' ..i'T? 1 - 1 ''! aQ swered Broncl ho s kind of kick. you take a I ;t impertinence from that You see 1 he is noToTdv'i" 1 tender, but he runs the „u. J • >ar * taker shop in toùm and r V T ' got to put up with him "!J\VW, y ington Star. 1 ' ' us *" Noblesse Oblige. "What • <ru , are J ' ou etarin 8 id, Nellie 9 " r ea8< ;- n ' a ' lim > witl* your hair ike that and your diamonds you do ook so like Lady Plantagenet Ging ham that 1 was own maid to! y°ii a, i y relation, ma'am?" "No—at least Are n , no near relation. 1 ut you can have that pink silk shirt waist of mine, Nellie." When the Proportio.. u Right. "P>nt true love, you know. " urged the young man, "can live and cheese and kisses.' "That may be true when the pro portion is right," returned the prac tical old gentleman, "hut, unfortu nately, in your case, it i.4 about nine tenths kisses,"—Chicago Post. oil bread I I Kens. In 1820 pens began to be made by j Gillott, who manufactured them of steel linely tempered. The pen was band made throughout and, though very inferior to the machine made ar ticles of today, was still vanee upon the iron barreled that had been previously made. a great ad pens DEAFXE8S CAN XOT UE CURED by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by con stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Imper fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness *s the result, and unless the inflam mation can be »aken out and this tube stored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases oat of 10 are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any I case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. re F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Puis are the best. lie Understood. She—I'm going over to South Bos ton to cull on Mrs. Hopthorp. He—Hasn't she seen that dress yet? Sore throats are both dangerous and painful; Wizard Oil is the remedy, and is both prompt and certain. The Order of the Thistle. The Order of the Thistle consists of the sovereign, British princes and only 1<> knights. It is the smallest of the three great orders of knight hood in point of numbers, but the oldest. tlTO Permanently Cured. No fite er nerronanea ■ 119 alter tint day'« useof Dr. Kliae'n Great Nervt Restorer, SendforFRBKBsl.OOtrlallwctleandtreat toe. Da.R.H.Kijx»,Ud.,Wl Arch St.. Philadelphia. Pa Conclutivc. Street Car Conductor—So you think you ought to ride for half fare? Little Edith—Yes, sir; I'm a twin. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth •up Syrup the best remedy to use lor theii children during the teething period. There is no use trying to argue with a who is pedantic.—Philadelphia woman Bulletin. Piso's Cure Is the best medicine we ever used for all affectations of the throat and lungs —Wm. O. Endsley, Vanburne, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900._ The plans they have in the mint »re nearly all money making schemes. 8 rrw? Why Bcc&xjsc. Syrup^of Fî£s tke-bœt fatrrvüy laxathr* Its component parts are all wholesome. It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. It is wholly free from objectionable substances. It contains the laxative principles of plants. It contains the carminative principles of plants. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are agreeable and refreshing to the taste. All are pure. All are delicately blended. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to the orginality and simplicity of the combination. To get its beneficial effects —buy the genuine. Manufactured by n S '"v ï'î Si w . It is pure. It is gentle. It is pleasant. It is efficacious. It is not expensive. It is good for children. It is excellent for ladies. It is convenient for business men. It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. It is n yd by millions of families the world over. It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. If you use it you have the best laxative the world produces. ; $ .1 '•? '4 ;V. ! if '.:j 5 « Ö1' h A Hi ! ; t Cr. !fj w Ê ii *■ r« ^UTORKiA pû^VRlJP (f i i i [i j| San Fmncteco. CaL Now York* N. Y. % LoulavIlU. Ky. FOB BALM BT ALL LMADINO DMÜOQUTB. ■ i j % ■et a üiüiä i ^ssmSSmm •i : :V. A Chance for Poor Lovers. I 1 A curious custom exists in the 'riissian royal family of selecting every July a half dozen young couples tou I* 001 to marry and having them in the garrison church at * 1 otsdam on the anniversary of the ' ? ,h of T amise of Prussia. Afterthe bride ceives a gift of a sum equivalent to alsiut $125 and a handsome family Bible. re A Were formality. I want to Haddon Erve your daughter, sir. Mr. Goldrox—H'm! What prospects? Haddon Erve —Fine. She's willing, so it doesn't much matter what any one else says.—Philadelphia Press. r n.rry are your In Either Case. "A missing Michigan ,, girl is thought to be the victim of U.ve or somnambulism. ' "'Well, in either case she'll wake up."—Cleveland Plain l>caler. Th* Hero. "M ho is the hero of this piece?" asked the man who was I of the theater. I And the manager thoughtfully plied: "The man who is putting up "—Washington Star. coming out re j the n,0,,c >* prisoners in British India. Nu fewer than . r )87,884 prisoners in the prisons of British India in 1809-1900, an increase of 92,00 i over the number of 1891. Of this huge total only 24,555 were females, which is smaller proporiton than in western countries. were of Shah Photographed in Bed. The shah of Persia is an amateur photographer who lias attained great proficiency in the use of the camera. He has a mania for licing taken in every conceivable pose mid dress, and has even been photographed in l >ed. I Not Always Bold That Glitters. Géorgie, ashamed <>f you, rubbing oil' the kiss that Margery gave you, Oeorgii—I ain't rubhin' it off; I'm rubbin' it in. Mother — Why, I'm It's his horrid old medicine timt I The Real Bitterness. Mammn—But, darling, why should ! you object to taking the good doctor's ' advice. He—It was hard work to keep from kissing you last night. She—Well, you must be careful not to overtax yourself, Jack.—Smart Set. Bobby—It isn't his advice, mamma. bate to take. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of f* ep. Amiable Advice. Patents-Send no Money But a model or drawing with a description, and we will advise you. J. S. Itnilic COCC A Co., (Dept. A) Washington. 1). C. 1 "You're a puddin'," said the cannibal to the missionary, "ami. of eourse, the priof of the puddin' is in he eatin ." a Try Before You liny. Ten cents buys a box of Casrarets, but if you want a free sample and a booklet.) address Sterling Remedy Company, C'hici cago or New York, today: The gambler is an undesirable chance acquaint.'inoe. PROMINENT PHYSICIANS USE AND ENDORSE PE-RU-NA. \ V C.B. CHAMBERLIN. M.D. OF WASHINGTON,D C. C. B. Chamberlin, M. I).. writes from 1 -1th and P. Sts., Washington, H.C. : "Many cases have come under my observation where Peruna has oenefitted and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it for catarrh and a general tonic."—C. B. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. I Medical Examiner U. H. Treasury. I>r. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Ex aminer of U. K. Treasury Depart ment, graduate of ('oltlinhia college, and w ho sei veil tr> re>- year, at West Point, has the fol lowing to ssy of Peruna ; I ! ' •'Allow me to express my grati tude to you for the benefit derived from your wonder fill remedy. <>ne oh-ri month ban brought forth a vast change and l now consider myself a well man after months of suffering. Fellow suffer era, Penina will cure you.'' _ DR- LLEWELLYN JORDAN. Geo. C. Havener, M, D„ of Anacos wrltea: , The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum bus. O.—Gentlemen : In my practice I have had occasion to frequently pre scribe your valuable medicine, and (have found Its use beneficial, especl- \ r pr. !.. Jordan. ally In cases of catarrh. GEORGE C. HAVENER. M. D. Dr. L. 8. Smith, of Wllllston, Fla.. WTltes: 'T have found Peruna a most valu able remedy for chronic catarrh of the head, throat, lungs and bronchial tubes, In fact, no matter where lo cated. "Few people realize that most slck "Liglit of my life!" he faltered. "Nit!" she answered. "No tuiu out the gas tonight. Pop's been kickin'."— Indianaimüs riuu. I ' Had lo Keep Both Lighted. He looked down in her wonderful i*.; liesses start from colds which devel op into different affections und flnal ly become chronic, settling often on the lungs and frequently causing se rious trouble in the pelvic organa, while In women It develops Into dla eases peculiar to the sex. ■'From my experience with Peruna I have found it very efficacious to cure these diseases, and I recommend L. S. SMITH, M. I). Dr. Mary Smith, Winfield. ind.. writes. it." expect to hear over 31 years my efforts have been spent among sick women especially and among all the remedies I have nom , ,, X) .,,| p enina , be . Ueve that It Is the best ami safest medicine to give a woman sufferln« f rom ovarian trouble, inflammation, an ,| profuse menstruation. "1 would not be doing my duly a physician did I not advise Its use. i Know by experience that Penina cures B |,. k women and 1 therefor« gladly indorse it " \ "A weak nnd sick woman must not well v hililren. For a« DR. MARY SMITH. If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart man. giving a full statement of your case, and be will lie pleased to giv« you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman. President ot The Hartman Harilturium, Columbus Ohio. Present of Philippine Products. President Roosevelt wus recently presented » handsome cane and seve rHl I''«*" of cloth manufactured in the Philippine islands hy A. Abren, » Filipino merchant traveling in I this country to get a knowledge of ' American mercantile methods.