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Thai Tired Feeling
It U remarkaMj how many poojd.j thcra are ho Ura That Tirol reeling .r.J inrni t() think it U of do imj.or taneo or thtt nothing n.l ba donoor H. They would not ho curlew if thej realised how roa'df nrioat tha malady is, l!,it they think or atj "It iH go off after n while." Wo do not uicnn thj legitimato wcrine!w which all exjerioDoo afkT ft hard day1 work, Inl that aJl-pono, "worn-ont feeling which ia especially ofcrpoworing in tho morning, when tho boJy should ba refreshed and ready for work. It U oftoa only tho EH1 ood s oarsapan Makes Pure Blood. ll.i.ln't Time. Customer (female and unfwir) I or dered ten runls of dn-HH material hero yesterday to bo nut; bun it been cut yet? Hhopwallur Xo, indeed; thoashibt ant Raid you Ladu't been in ytt to change your mind. i j j ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IMPERIAL topic The best -k FOOD NURSING MOTHERS.lNFANTS0 CHILDREN JOHN CARLE & SONS, New York. I McELREES WINE OF CARDUU ! For FBEial3 Diseases. KB SWALLOW S IT WHOLE., Bettor then mlnoral waters? Well, I should smile. Three dozen In a box, and Ton can carry sis In your vest poc'iet. Taks one every night. After dinner, or at bed time." It beats Congress water all hollow, ' Or Klssengen. Toa always have it handy,', The effect is hotter, and ' When you travel it laves freight. I am an old traveler And I get things down fine. A Ripans Tabule la worth more Than any spring la existence ' exoept a door sprlni-" Ihnte a draught I Morpl iiine Habit Cured IN 20 DAYS. NO SUFFERING, Nor any Money Required in Advance. Notoneccnt till CUKED and SATISFIED. Come to see me or write me at oni'e for terms. J.. JEalTCS, IV. 3D., ATLANTA, JA 10T Alexander St. TO AVOID THIS XTJ333 TETTER. TJE Tli only painless and harmlftns cents for tha worst. typ of Kczm, Tetter, Ringworm, Utfly roueU patch m on the face, crusted aoalp. Ground itch, chafea, chaps, pim ples . PoiHon from ivy or not son oal. 0 n. sc AT c in short all ITCUKB. Send f0c, in stamps or chhu. to J, T, Htiuptnne, hnvinnah, (a, , for ono box, if your drtiKKiat don't keep it. H i L - - ' Ail " jf vaicu ll LCi "J V withVtUbla XiM&r 11 cured many tliou una cescs pro- ftminrrd hopflles?. From first dcrtesvmptnms rapidly fiisappi?ar. 1 in tn nays atlfast tno-thirrtn of all symptoms arernnov-!. tOOiCof lentimorvaU nf mirn'iloui cure irflt FHE tEH BAYS T?JATM!(T FURKISKIBfSlE bymsil 4k I -Sr, ! rk Ftk r til y urn forernnneT of dttoui prostration, with all tho lorrihU iniT.-tin that term imjihiw. ThatTirad Foiling and u rroum'M aro a'lra indications of am impure and imiHiterishe 1 condition ol tha blood. Tho craying of tho jhtoia for help oaa only mat by pnrifinj tho Mood. 'loot's Rarsaparill i tlui ono great blood purifbir. It cxpcla all imj)tiriti, gif"1 viUlity atul strn;rth, regulate tho diction and maloa tho weak ttrori. " In thesprin, I f-ilt viry much run down no utrontfth or api"llt. I bKn to taka Hood's flanmparilU an I my appntlte improt M ani I JM not havo ThM Ttred Filing. II. It. SyCiaM, E.nt LeverHt, Mia hurtu. Ha The Human Family. The human family living on earth today couaiats of about l,4.0,000,OUi) aotilri not fewer, arid jirobably more. TheHO aro distributed liberally all over tho rarth'a surface, there beinjr no considerable cpot on tho globo where man has not made his home. In Asia, tho Bo-called "cradle of the human race," there nro now about 800,000,000 coide deiiHi ly crowded together, an average of about 120 to every Bqnnro mile. In Luropo thero aro o20, 000,000, averaging 100 to tho Bijuare mile, a population not ho crowded ns Asia, but every where delist. In Africa thero are, ap- roiirnatelv, 210,000,000, and in tho Americas North, South and Central 110,000,000, these latter, of course, thinly scattered over tho broad arena. On tho island, largo and unall, thero aro probably 10,000,000 more. The proportion of tho extreme blacks and tho whites, is ns five to three ; tho re maining 700,000,000 are intermediate, brown, yellow and tawny in color. Of tho entire race, 500,000,000 ore well clothed, that is, they wear garments of Bomokind; 2,'0,000,000 habitually go naked, and 70,000,000 only cover the middle portions of tho body ; 500, 000,000 live in houses, 700,000,000 in huts nnd caves, tho remaining 230, 000,000 virtually having no place to lay their heads. Wicked, Deceitful Hoy. A subscriber to morning amd evening papers residing on tne norm Hide nas just made an interesting discovery of how papers are stolen from doorsteps. Pushed to desperation by losing pa pers pist the mornings ho seemed to want them the most, ho got up early tho first of the week and watched. He had not been at his pout long when a boy selling papers came along, accompanied by a spaniel dog. The boy was calling "Papers" but desisted when he reached the gate. Pulling it open quietly, ho called to the dog: "Here, Boss, go in and ge it!" . The dog dashed into tho yard and onto the porch, grabbed tho paper and was out to the boy in a twinkle. The discovery may explain how a boy can stand at a front gate in an in nocent attitude and yet be engaged in a very reprehensible practice. Colum bus Dispatch. A Poinonoim IKit. This fitly describes mia ina, a vaporous poison which bretdn chills and ever, bilious remittent, dumb ague, ague cake, and in the tropics deadly typhoid forms of fever. Hos tettor's stomach Hitters prevents and cures these complaint?. Biliousness, constipation, dyspi psia, nervous and kidney trouble, rheu mai ism, neuralgia and impaired vitality are also remedied by the great restorative. Alwavs try to look on the bright side of all trials and perplexities. Dr.Kilmer's Swamp-Root enraf all Kidney and Madder troubles. Pamphlet and Consultation free. Laboratory Binehamton, N. Y. Never excuse yourself from doing a good deed because it looks little. May Week Celebration; Savannah, tin., May 1 2-1(1, 1805. It has been decided to hold a May week cel ebration in Savannah during the third week in May, for which a very interesting pro gramme has been arranged, Including grand carnival, large military parade and display, Tybeeday with sham and naval battle, etc. It is alo expected that several large war ves sels will be present. The old reliable Central railroad of Georgia will sell round-trip tickets May 12l,h to 16th, limited returning May 18th, lrom all points in Georgia, and from Montgomery, Ala., and in termediate points, to Savaunah, at the rate of one fare tor tne rounu trip. For military companies in uniform, twenty or more traveling in a body on one ticket from stations within 300 miles of Havannah and from Montgomery, Ala., and intermediate point", rate of 1 cent per mile in each direc tion is authorlz d. At these very low rates every one will have an opportunity of making the trip to Savannah. .For further information, rates, schedules, etc., apply to any ticket agent of the Central railroad system or S. B. Webb, traveling pas senger agent, 16 Wall street, Atlanta, Ua. Health In Your Tent Pocket I A box of Ripnns Tabulos can be stowed away in your vei-t pocket. It costs you only 50 cents, and may save you as many dollars' worth of time and doctor bills. Piso's Cnre for Consumption has no equal as aCoui-'h medicine. V. M. Atuiott, 383Soneca St., Buffalo, N. Y.. May 9, ls4. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., Props, of Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward torany case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for testimonials, free, bold by Druggists, 75c. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma tion, allays pin, cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle I llrtlna With Wa rigor. At cr.a of the nlmrban atttionN, along tho lino of tho Heading railroad, an tutorpriniug aoap !ua!iufeturi r Iihh meted a fartnry and wnrrhmi'.'1. Taring the railroad is tho larx'o b.i!U window f.f the main fcidihroom. In thi w indow one ilny a few c,k a."'i there appeared to the ri b ra on tl e tarly morning train a very pretty girl, who appeared to hive pan-nd in tho midst of her lubor of WtthiliK the window to ilirt with tho travelers. Nearly every malo rider who saw her proceeded to ilirt with her, and the male riders ou all tho trains tint passed during tho day did tho name. In fuel, nho has been ilirtod with ever since, although most of tho regular ridera havo long since learned that the beautiful young girl in tho window in but a waxen figure. I'hila liljhia Timet. Fura of the Future. What are women going to do a hundred years or so henco for their winter fura? Fur-bearing auimala are rapidly beingexterminated, and unless koou protected there is rcaaoa to be lieve future wearera of ermine, sable and marten must pay fabulom prices for the privilege of being kept tde gautly comfortable, whilo bumble or dinary mortuls will have to resort to imitations or to the shins of perenuial cats. The employment of so much fur as a personal adornment has led to a fearful slaughter of animals in Brit ish North America, which was sup posed to teem with material for cold defying garments sufi'icient for all time. Put such is not the case; the north is not so productive as the trop ics, and wo had better hang on to our IltiHsian sable overcoats and frilly crmiuo enpes. Thero never may be any moro. yew York Advertiser. A Human Ostrich. "Havo you taken tho box of pills I gave you?" "Yes, doctor, but I haven't felt any effects. Perhaps tho lid of the box hasn't gone off yet." Exchange. Hotli tho method and results when Syrup of Figs 13 taken; it 13 pleasant nnd refreghinj to tho tafte, and acta fenlly yet promptly oa tho Kidnej3, iivcr and Boweb, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro ducer pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for Bale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. - - CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. H I. A !.il Scholnrnliln in nnj dop u t merit is to be riviiu i K K H tntiroly Tre this Hiimmnr to on boy nnd Rirl in every county of tin' mute. Appy promptly to ioriln HiinI .iicki ollcge, Macon, Ga, A..N.U Nineteen, '95 fj n n The Washing of the Feet Beware JVdJlers and "this ii as you an imitation, be honest -imd it batk. :'KJ .) i it 0'-- yA Uses of Wood. I'ino is tho wood most used on ac count of its abundance. Tho limber of tho oak, which combines in iisclf tho essential elements of strength and durability, hardness und elasticity iu ti degree which no other tree cm boast, has been used ns a material fur ship building since tho time of King All fred. It is also employed in nrchi- t tecture, cabinet making, carving, mil work, coopering, and n thousand and I one other wavs, while tho luirk is of great value ns furnishing tan nnd yicld- ing a bitter extract in continual de mand for medicinal purposes. .The timber of tho pine is also used in' house nnd ship carpentry. Common turpentine is extracted from it, and much tar, pitch, rosin nnd lamp black. Splinters of tho resinous root serve the Highlanders iredeml of candles. Fishermen make ropes of tho inner bark, which the Kam-ehat-dales and Laplanders steep in water, and use for making a c arse kind oe bread. Tho oil obtained from Hit shoots of tho dwarf pino is a kind of uuiversnl medicine among the peas ants of Hungary, vvhilethe sott-grain-ed silver fir is in much requisition for tho sounding boards of musical itmtru mentp, and tho Germans employ it almost exclusively iu their vast toy fac tories. In tho manufacture of lucifi r matches, and, ubovo all, paper pulp, thousands and tens of thousands of ares of pino forest aro cut dowu ev ery year, raid the timber, constituting tho chief material of Englifh and American builders, is more used than other kinds of woods put together. it ifefllllilUt .jr. r rmF.4OT CO. COST LES5 THAN CHEAP PAINT WHITE LEAD. AM MAR Ilammsr I'ulnt is not Patent, not Chemical, only old fashioned Paint materials, ground thick, in Linseed Oil and Dryers so that you can mix in voutt OWN Linseed Oil and know that it i pure. There is no secret. ualbm or' pure Haw Oil and a gallon of Ham mar Paint maks two callous of thic hkst Paint in the world; besides, they cost you much less tnan iteaay Mixed 1'aint or v urni ij' a t. gets to be a weighty matter, in these days when colored stockings will shed their colors. Pearlinc does this work beautifully. It's not only thoroughly effective, but it's healthy. Doctors recommend Pearlinc as a soak for rheumatism. - 1 Try it in the bath. It will give you a new idea of cleanli ness. Bathing with Pearline is a perfect luxury. some unscrupulous grocer Will tell yon, good as or ' the same as Pearline. ITS FALSEPearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends 133 JAMBS rVLB, Nw York. w D r iy 15, How Many Toes Has a Cat? This was one of the questions asked of a certain class during examination week; and simple ns tho question ap pears to be, none could answer it. In the emergency, the principal was ap plied to for n solution ; and Le also, with a good-natured smile, gave it up; when one of the teachers, determined not to bo beaten by so simple a ques tion, hit on the id -a of sending out a delegation of boys to scour tho neigh borhood for a cut. A feliuo was soon secured and a returning be nrd was at once appointed nnd the tot s eouuted, wlnn, to the relief of all, it was learn ed that a cat possesses eighteen toes, ten ou tho front feet and eight ou the hind feet. Dr. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION FOR , n 'I VT'.T v?, m .Hi On first introducing this world -f;: in ed mcdi cir.e to the ci'llicted, and for ninny ye.-.rs there after, it vvns sold under a Positive Guarantee? of giving entire satisfaction in every case lor which it is recommended, i-'o uniformly suc cessful did it prove in curing the diseases, de rangements and weaknesses of women that ciiiims for the return of money paid for it were exceedingly rare. Since its mamtiaclurers can now p'.itnt to thousands of noted cures ell'ccted by it in every purt of the land, they believe its' p.ist record a .sufficient gunrautee of its Rreat value as a curative ag;eiit, therefore, thev now rest its claims' to the confidence of the afflicted HiiWvupoa that record. I!y all medicine dealers. OR W. L. Douglas S3 shoe; 13 THE BEST. FIT FOB A KING. 13. CORDOVA NT, FRENCH itNANCUtO CALT. ,U.$3.5-0 Fine Calf IKANGm I 41 cn ,ww , 'd T.'ii'i'UUl1t.350LE3. 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