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Cold: Gold! Coldt
The latest El Dorado is reported to be on
Kom City l5each, Alaska. Thousands of
people are hastening there, many of whom
re-turn broken in health. Of what avail is
gold when health is gone? Guard rour
health with the best of all medicines, llos
tetter'B Stomach Bitters. It will regulate
the bowels, stir up the liver, invigorate th
kidneys-, and absolutely cure indigestion,
constipation, malaria, chills and fever. It's
srood medicine to keep on hand.
Ttot Afraid of Kidnaper.
"Geordie," said the motherly old soul,
"aren't you afraid to be so far from home
at as late an hour as this?"
"Afraid of what?"
"Of kidnapers."
"Naw!" exclaimed Geordie. 'Tn a good
little boy. and the Lord will take care of
me. "Sides," he added, contemptuously,
"my papa ain't got any money." Chicago
Hott to Make Home Happy.
A recent purchase of a. two-dollar palm,
rickly and frail, carried in its train a de
mand for a seven-dollar jardiniere and a
three-doilar taburette. The fire must now
be kept up nights for it, and every time the
owner's husband passes the paini he shakes
a fiat at it. Atchison Globe.
The Beat Prescription for Ch tils
nnd Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteLess form. No cure no pay. Price,
He Knew.
The politician's wife was tartled by a
ound below stairs.
"John," she cried, "there's a robber in
the house."
"The house," replied John. "What's the
matter with the senate? That's worse."
Philadelphia Press-.
I am sure Pieo's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three sears ago. Mrs. Thos.
Robbins, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y
Feb 17, 1900.
Force of Habit.
Ilusband (returning from his firet ascent
in a balloon) Just think of it, Alice, I as
cended 25,000 feet in the air.
Young Wife And you brought back noth
ing for me! Fliegende Blaetter.
A Colonel in the British South African
Army says that Adams' Tutti Frutti was a
blessing to his men while marching.
- Enconraged.
.Tane It is always a surprise to me what
a lot of homely women get married.
Bertha Mo doubt it is a reflection that
pives you a great deal of encouragement,
dear. Boston Transcript.
Explosions of Coughing are stopped by
Hale s Honey of Horehcund and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Considering the way a woman will de
ceive herself, a man ha3 very little right tc
complain if the deceives him too. N. Y.
Putnam Faijeless Dyes are fast to sun
light, washing and rubbing. Sold by all
A boaster is next door neighbor to a
liar. Chicago Daily News.
What sufTeringf frequently results
from a mother's ig-norance ; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter I
Tradition says "woman must suf
fer," and young women are so taught.
There is a little truth and a great deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman suffers severely she needs
treatment, and her mother should see
that she gets it.
Many mothers hesitate to take their
daughters to a physician for examina
tion ; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. Pinkham and secure
the most efficient advice without
charge. Mrs. Pinkham's address is
Lynn, Mass.
Mrs. August Pfalzgraf, of South
Byron, "Wis., mother of ths young lady
whose portrait we here publish, wrote
Mrs. Pinkham in January, 181)9, saying
lier daughter had suffered for two
years with irregular menstruation
had headache all the time, and pain in
her side, feet swell, and was generally
miserable. Mrs. Pinkham promptly
replied with advice, and under date of
March, 1S99, the mother writes again
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound cured her daughter of all
pains and irregularity.
Nothing in the world equals Mrs.
Pinkham's great medicine for regu
lating woman's peculiar monthly
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la 1900;
tt will capture every
heart in 1901. wltbjta
SO bu. of frr&ln anil
tons of hay, equal to
I lmouiy, per w-nj.
V'fc'y Salzer, the Introducer.
Ocmbinatien Corn
VJ i'J on ,no irreaterc
Uii things of the century.
1 It Is early and anenor-
moulT, fabnlonsTy bl;r yleld.r, a sort bound
to revolutionize com growing.
Salzer's Vesetabls Sesis.
The beauty about Salrer's vegetable seed Is,
that the never lull. They sprout, prow and
K -educe. They are of such hisrh vitality they
uffh at droughts, rains and the elements,
taking 1st prizes everywhere We warrant this.
For 14 Gents and This Kotica
we send 7 packages of rare, choice, fine, splen
did Testable novelties and S packages of
brilliantly beautiful flower Feeds, all worth tl,
and our big catalog for only 14e and this
K ot Ice, In order to train 25O.CO0 new customer
in 1901, or for lOe, 10 rare farm reed samples.
XULiy worm siu.w to pre a start
and our great catalogue.
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Bleeding and Itcnins
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SXwf IO quick relief and cures worst
Hlt. Book: of testimonials and lO .ays' treatment
Free Or. H. H. GRtES'S SONS. Box D. Atlanta, Ga.
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The End.
So the curtain has fallen forever
O'er our pitiful little romance?
And, while it is bitter for me, dear,
"Tis better for you, perchance.
And thus there is this consolation
Whatever the suffering be
That onr young love's short duration
Is best, dear, for you and for me?
Well, never you mind my future.
For it's only a heart that's at stake
And those hearts were made, my darling,
To love and suffer and break ;
Although I have loved you with passion
That were meet for the lovo of the gods,
I know that It still is the fashion
To shovel oa corpses the clods.
And my heart's ambition's a corpse, dear,
And my heart Is a sepulcher sad.
Where are buried the hopes and the visions
Of the days that our love has bad.
I have loved with a love without measure,
A love deep and earnest and true,
But, since it's your will and your pleasure,
There's only one course to pursue.
And so the poor chaptor is ended.
The story is finished and closed.
And the wild glad dreams have vanished
That the little romance proposed!
And all that is left is remembrance
Of the joys of a de.tr dead day
Bearing the sorrowed resemblance
That December bears to May.
My Violet.
I have it yet,
The violet
You gave me In the loug ago;
As dear to me
As memory
Of things we used to love and know.
Though faded now,
1 still, somehow
Imagine it can speak of you,
And whisper me
In sec racy
If your dear love has faded, too.
My tears still wet
This violet,
Now faded past my hope's recall.
As oft in mool
Of solitude
They well up from my heart and fall.
Fall on the leaves.
Where fancy weaves
Your picture over and again;
Where, wrong or right.
E'er since that night
This little violet has lain.
And as the years
Go by in tears
My lie irt and mind shall not forget,
For baser things
That sirugglings brings.
You, dar you, and my violet!
Tli Twentieth Century.
The twentieth century has dawned;
quietly, unostentatiously, and without
any great flourish of trumpet to herald
its cominpf. The old century died as
peacefully as an infant falls to sleep at
nio-ht, without any convulsions or death
We are now living1 in a new age, and
the newly risca sun smiles down upon
us with every promise of a grand and
glorious future. The hundred years
lie before us with their wealth of golden
opportunities and possibilities hidden
in the treasure vaults of the future
awaiting the touch of the secret spring
which will unlock the doors and reveal
to us their coveted m3Tsteries.
No one can tell what marvelous things
may be accomplished ere another hun
dred years will roll away. We can
only judge of the future by the past,
and from the wonderful strides made
in every line of human progress during
the past decades we know that, the
present century will see undreamed-of
achievements. Wise men and fools all
over the world are casting visionary
eyes into the future and uttering fanci
ful prophecies. The writer, being a
dreamer, naturally, has had dreams of
the golden age, which lies before us,
and here relates a few of his prophecies.
.The sciences will be the main study
of all mankind, and even the most
ignorant will know more than the most
brilliant college professors of today.
The sciences of medicine and surgery
will have been abolished, and pill
boxes, bottles, and surgical instruments
will be found only in museums as relics
of an age of ignorance. Natural law
will be so well understood that in in
jury and sickness tch of us will be
our own physician, and be able to pro
long life indefinitely.
Art will be nature, and our eyes will
be so well trained that we can see only
the beautiful in all around us. In
music, too, we will realize perfection,
and our delicate ears will hear only the
voices of nature harmonized. An in
strument may be iavented which will
catch and hold the grand symphony
caused by the movement of the mi'riad
spheres in space, and thus the dream of
the ancients become a reality. The
fascinating study of astronomy will
become merely ft primary study of
childhood, for we will have established
communication with all the inhabited
planets and become educated in their
Wireless telegraphic messages will be
continually gliding over the waves of
ether in space, and Mars will be our
friendly next door neighbor, from
whom we may borrow and to whom we
will as cheerfully lend.
The price of coal will not worry us,
for we will use the mighty forces of
wind, tide and waterfall to drive our
ponderous machinery and utilize the
sun's rays to give us heat. Liquid air
will take the place of ice in many ways,
and will be manufactured far more
cheaply. 31y artificial means we will
be able to cool the atmosphere about
us, and thus regulate the temperature
at all times of the year to suit our
selves. ' The banquets of the twentieth cen
tury will not be tables groaning be
neath the weight of good things, for
methods will be discovered to extract
the very essence of all articles of food,
and a man can carry enough provisions
in one pocket to last for several days.
Our houses will be palaces of con
veniences and the drudgery of house
keeping will be done away with, for
there will be all kinds of electrical ap
pliances to do the work about the
home. In the morning when we awake
we will need only to touch an electric
button and the sun's heat, which has
bwii stored ir a patent furaace, vriJIW
si m j
Tennessee Cobresfondent.
released and the house will be warmed
in a few moments. Touch another but
ton and we may take an electric bath
on an electric couch. Yet another but
ton and we may have our breakfast
brought up on a small silver waiter. A
few moutbfuls will suffice. Then we
can mount our aerocycle, spread our
wings and take a pleasant morning
flight with the lark. Ail traffic will be
carried on through the air, and mon
ster airships will make daily trips be
tween all the nations.
The hidden realms will all be made
clear and the word occult will become
obsolete. All the mysteries of hypno
tism will be explained, and wonderful
indeed will be the developments along
this line. The strange feats of the
fakirs of India will no longer astonish,
and the marvels of suspended anima
tion will be thoroughly understood and
practiced all over the world. Spiritual
ism in this century will either be estab
lished beyond all doubt or be over
thrown. If established we will be able
to communicate with the inhabitants
of the spirit world and solve all the
problems of future existence; if over
thrown we will remember it as merely
a fascinating superstition of a darkened
age. Mind reading also will be com
monly practiced, so that we may read
the thoughts of each other so easily
that deceit and treachery will be im
possible and mankind will be uni
versally pure, honest and upright.
There will bo one religion and all
mankind will bow to one God. Dogmas
and creeds, doubts and fears will be
forgotten and the worship rendered
will be the thanks of a loving heart in
tune with the Infinite. The temple
will be the open sk3', and the incense
rising from sacrificial altars will be the
perfume of flowers carried on the
breath of the winds. The anthem of
praise will be our heart songs mingled
with the notes of the birds and all the
other voices of nature.
All the nations of earth will be under
one government, with one supreme
head, and he will be the one who ia
most fit to rule. Political corruption
will be unknown, and the laws will be
framed for the entire world in one high
court, where the most brilliant minds
will give justice to all men and peoples.
Let me draw for you just one more
picture of this Golden Age of Promise,
whose sun will rise in the twentieth
century. Mankind still gropes in blind
credulity, bowing the bleeding back to
the lash of Falsehoods, before a pol
luted shrine, where error sits enthroned
in the gloom of Ignorance's black
night. The twinkling stars, faint her
alds of an intellectual dawn, look
quietly down upon the scene. Upon
the distant hilltop I see Humanity's
minority toiling, suffering to free the
beautiful goddess of Truth, who has
been for eons upon the scaffold, bound
by Superstition's brazen chains. Upon
her brow rests the crown of eternal
love, and the smile of patience lights
up her sweet face. Her. eyes are turned
toward the orient, watching for the
first gray streaks of the approaching
dawn, when she shall be free. Free!
Free! How the words thrill the hearts
of those who have so long labored for
the emancipation of the human race
from the thralldom of ignorance. Yes,
Truth will be free. The scaffold will
become a throne, and this fair goddess
of light, forever free through the power
of Love, will be mankind's worshipped
queen. Her manacles will become
shining bracelets of -gold, and her
brazen chains, struck free from pulsing
wrists by Love's magical touch, will
become a beautiful necklace of pearls.
Tiie night is passing. Yet a few
more moments and we shall witness
the dawning of that glad day, whose
golden sun of knowledge will ever gild
the eastern sky and whose long gray
shadows will eternally kiss the western
hills. And it will be a reign of peace.
In the forest the black cannon will rust
away. Its thundering voice will die
away in silence, and its iron mouth be
buried in the dust. The myrtle, cypress
and ivy will weave a shroud of green.
and spread it over the crumbling em
blem of death. Perched upon the
broken wheel a little bird twitters its
song of peace all day long.
Hack, into the darkness of oblivion
we will chase every phantom of error,
and in the cemetery of the past will
sleep their dead memories. Over their
silent graves we will erect no monu
ments, and strew no flowers. We pray
there may be no resurrection for their
fleshless bones and dusty mummies.
We will live in a brighter age the
Golden Age of the Twentieth Century,
and we will be living the dreams of our
vanished past.
Out of the sunshine into shadow
again; vanishing in the dense, cold mist
like the passing of a dream. Thus do
our little white boats of life sail beyond
our vision, and leave us forever, with
only the incense of their love to linger
with us after they have gone beyond
our ken. - uut thev sail toward a
brighter haven. There, somewhere.
some time in the unknown future we
shall meet them, with hands laden with
fragrant garlands gathered from peren
nial flowers in Eden restored. There
eyes do not grow dim with tears. There
lips part only in loving words, kisses
and smiles. There no shadow or sor
row blights the eternal sunshine of
happiness. There no breakers roar
above hidden reefs, and there no ship
wrecks lie strewn upon the sands.
There we are constantly lulled by the
music of the waves on the great ocean
of the beautiful, whose silvery surf rip
ples and murmurs as it breaks upon the
rock-bound shores of love.
A If They Were Somebody;.
Some .voune men seem tobesm-Drised thtt
everybody doesn't stop dancing when they
enter a ballroom. Somerville Journal.
crse than a hTrwvv liari 5 V.n-rA
beart, SbeEw. - '
Bar el lias of Grip.
Magnified 18,000 times.
of this dread disease.
Peruna not only cures the grip but prevents it.
Taken in time thousands of lives will be saved in this present epidemic.
Every family should take the precaution to secure a supplyof Peruna
at once, for the retail and wholesale stock of the remedy may be exhausted
by the enormous demand for it.
It is wisdom to have Peruna in the house even before the grip attacks
the household. ...
It has been ascertained by a reporter that the following people of
national reputation have given public endorsement and testimonials to
Peruna as a remedy for la grippe:
Congressman Howard, of Alabama, fays: "I have taken Peruna for the
grip and recommend it as an excellent remedy to all fellow-sufferers."
Congressman White, of North. Carolina, says: " I find Peruna to be an
excellent remedy for the grip. I have used it in my family and they all
join me in recommending it."
Miss Frances M. Anderson, of Washington. D. C, daughter of Judge
Anderson, of Virginia, says: I was taken very ill with the grip. I took
Peruna and was able to leave my bed in a week."
Mrs. Harriette A. S. Marsh, President of the Woman's Benevolent
Association, of Chicago, writes: " I suffered with grip seven weeks.
Nothing helped me. Tried Peruna and within three weeks I was fully
restored. Shall never be without it again."
At the appearance of the first symptoms of grip people should stay
indoors and take Peruna in small doses (teaspoonful every hour) until the
symptoms disappear. This will prevent a long, disastrous sickness and
perhaps fatal results.
Excellent Geoeraphlcal Exhibit at
Paris Largely Dae to
In Ion Pttelflc.
The Passenger Department of the Union.
Pacific Railway is in receipt of a letter from
Superintendent C. G. Pearse inviting it to
share in the honors bestowed upon the
Omaha public schools at the Paris exposi
tion. As is well known, the Omaha schools
were awarded a gold medal for the excel
lence of the stowing made by their method
of teaching geography. The most important
part of the exhibit consisted of a set of il
lustrated publications' and maps showing
the sources from which geographical ma
terial and information are obtained. Su
perintendent Pearse acknowledges that
great credit is due to the Union Pacific Pas
senger Department; which furnished many
of the publications and maps- for the Paris
exhibit. Omaha "Bee," Dec. 11th, 1900.
"See here!" exclaimed the Ehopper, ex
citedly, "there's a man just dropped dead in
that bargain crush!"
"How inopportune!" cried the floor walk
er. "We have not yet opened our under
taking department." Philadelphia Press.
Jack "Don't you think that woman, as a
rule, prefers a man who is her master?"
Ethel "Not at all. !he prefer one wlio
thinks he is." Smart Set.
Hovr'a Thlar
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
icting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
''"What intoxicating charm's!" "Isn't she
a bird, though?" "Iird and bottle in one,
yav might say!" Detroit Journal.
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH
druggistsrefundmoneyif it fails to cure. 25c.
WThen a man is found brave enough to re
buke gossip it means that he has- already
herd it. Atchison Globe.
The best is the cheapest. Carter's Ink is the
besT-, yet it costs no more than the poorest.
The amateur camera fellow may have a
hard time of it, but he also has a snap.
Indianapolis News.
A bad conscience burns. Ham's Horn.
The young man who thinks that he is
having a game with a girl is. like many an
other gambler, and loses all he has before
he has properly learned the game. Ally
An Exception. He "Some men can't
keep their eyes off the ladies." She "Un
less those men hnppen. to be sitting in a
street car. while the ladies are standing."
Philadelphia Press.
Easy. "Jinks has no faculty for keeping
money!" "Lets it go to whoever asks him
for it. I believe!" "Why, I'm told that
even his wife can get money from him, if
he has it!" Detroit Journal.
"I understand she loved him at first."
"Yes, that was before." "Before what?"
"Before she had found out that Ehe had
mistaken him for his rich cousin." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Bent "I have no use- for a. girl who is a
jilt." Kent "I have for one. She jilted
the other fellow after' L met her, and mar
ried me." Sommerville Journal.
"I see so much in the newspapers about
subsidies. What does a subsidy mean,
John ?" "A subsidy, Mary, is where I give
you $20 for going to see your mother instead
of having her come to see youv' Denver
He (feeling his way) "What do yotf
think of a man who leaves his friends and
goes off to the north pole?" She (artless
ly) "It depends upon the kind of man you
mean, you know. You don't man to say
that you think of going, Mr. Bluffer? Well,
I hope you will have an enjoyable trip."
Boston Transcript.
Carrying Out the Rule. "Some editor
vlin haa mcn rriv'n cr advirm tn nAnnl on how
to live to be old says that one of the mam
rules to follow is to go away from the table
at eacn meai leeiing as u yon covua ri
more." "Well, say! if that's right, every
fellow at our boarding-house ought to live
to be 100!" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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Hundreds of car loads of Peruna
are shipped in all directions to
meet the extraordinary demand of
the grip epidemic.
Everybody laying in a stock of
this valuable remedy in time to
meet the terrible enemy, the Grip.
The extensive facilities of the
manufacturers taxed to their ut
most to meet the urgent demand
for Peruna. -:
Almost everybody has the grip.
Almost everybody must have Pe
runa. 1
Taken at the appearance of the
first symptoms of the grip, not only
is Peruna a prompt cure for the
grip but it prevents those disas
trous after-effects so characteristic
Gave the Suitor to Understand That
She Was Sot In the Patch
ing Baslneu.
Few American youth have career m?e
for them. Those who deplore this fact ar.d
shun the stings of self-effort may find tooic
in the reply of a western girl to an offer of
marriage, says Youth's Companion.
A young man of more book-learndng than
force of character lost the young wife who
bad toiled to support him, returned to hia
native town for consolation, and found it.
Some months later she, too, passed away,
and the sad yputh soon appealed to a well
known clergyman for assistance in finding
a helpmate.
The minister introduced him to a west
ern girl of health and energy, who the next
day received a plaintive note from the wid
ower. He declared that the Lord had made
great inroads upon his marital affections,
and it now seemed to be His will that ehe
should repair the breaches of his life.
The reply w hich the clergyman keeps to
day as one of the choicest specimens" of a
varied collection, reads simply:
"Mend your own breeches. '
"This wireless telegraphy reminds m of
a groundless quarrel.' "What possible con
nection is there between the two?" "It's
practically having word3 over nothing."
Philadelphia Times-.
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f ousnea bad breathy bad blood, wind
on the stomacl), bloated bowels, foul
month. headacFie. in&Iireatlon. Pimples,
palna after eatlns. liver trouble, aafiow complexion
nnd dizziness. When vonr bowels don't move regu
larly you are crettins sick. Constipation kills more
people than all other diseases together. It is a
starter for the chronic ailments and Ion? years of
snfferlns that come afterwavds. No matter what
alls you start taking CASCARETS to-day, for yon
will never Ret well and be well all the time until
yon put your bowels right. Taks onr advice; start
with CASCABETS to-day, under an absolute guar
antee to cure or money refnnded m .
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One o the great advantages of going to Texas via the
Cotton Belt is, that you avoid tie annoyances and discomforts
of changing cars, necessary on other routes.
The Cotton Belt trains are the only ones that run through
from Memphis to Texas vithout change.
Tbcts trains carry Pullman Sleeper at niebt. Parlor Cafe Cera Aorta
the day, and Through Coachea and Free Reclining Chair Cars both day and
nlht. The aerriee comparea t adorably with that of any road ia the eonntry.
Write and tell where you are golnc and when you will leara. and we
will tell you what your ticket will cost and what train to take to make the,
bett time and connections. We will alo send you an interesting little booklet,
"A Trip to Texas."
Rn.LM!HJL lentils. Tcu. T. C. rEHTS. TJJL, leapkii. Tan. J. t JUUK. T J JL, JUikrHk. Tts.
This remedy will keep the Kidneys in a healthy condition, purify the Blood and
giye proper action to the Liver. Stands pre-eminently superior for the cure of diseases
peculiar to women. If yon are troubled with kidney and bladder troubles, such as
Dropsy, Brighfs Disease, Catarrh, Gravel of the Bladder, Albumen in Urine
and unhealthy deposits or too frequent discharge of the urine, pain in the back and
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