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N lui'ie littinp lio:nr ri iil.l lo juii 1 tho iiu'iiu.ry nf Petv 11. ms t!m:i tli I'rcsi rviit imi (.1 her nl.l liuinc;tru l f..r nil fatuin r'eti rati. is. A vul'inlili1 liiM.o !t f.co, in which tin wlni!i i.;.tin is in-tt-rislfil, I In mu. 'I from iistrin,ii.i,i tit t!u' inn,!. ti.m l.v thi-1 jlau.--I'hiU l.'lj.hi.i Ninth An.ri i.-nsi. Reading n a Montil t,:inui!u. An ciiiiiifM:t I'rt ti' h -r i t i pil ir. n I.Tturn rci-i'ntly in Nnv Yurk tlmt "tD ilitrust liHt wo lik i.s tL llrst rcijii i k it o nf jit'oitH in nrt nnil in life." Ho ili.l put inai: tliat liuoks that ire liva?;r('.';il.lfi aro tit r only liooks Morth romlin. J in t h lil moan that a book whii'li oj'iis up it new lirM of kno leilc, a new outlook upon literature or lift', is not at rirt likolj to Riyo the plra-!i:f? that cotii:h from one wbieh hi. i. ply rellects tho old familiar iilras of whirh we fay c.omplacrtitl v, "How frml anil tnu that is, for I've felt it or oniil it my elf." A book that pat you on the hea.l or hfart all the time is apt to bo littlo more than a reflection of your own narrow prrionep, anil yon will not learn anything from it. A book that makes one feel ignorant in ns mortifying to one's pride r.s a superior person. "Urouli" in Ladies' Alome journal. "Bicycle Catarrh." ! It woubl orrasionally seem as if I physicians devote imicii of their time j to hunting up reasons why mankind euouiit fjlye, uptiiewnecl ljov.g aj;o it was the bicycle bump, then tho bi cycle face, these being followed by the bicycle voice and other equally serious troubles, all of which have been laughed to scorn by devotees of the wheel. Now couicsa medical per Bon of Philadelphia with the alarming information that bicycle catarrh i among the perils that must be faced by those who ride wheels. Says tho Quakorlown Galen: He Was Decorated. Maud I have an uncle who distin guished himself in the French-Frus-eian war, and was decorated by the German emperor. Cholly Ah, I have a relative who was decorated by royalty. Maud In w hat mauuer did he dis tinguish himself? Cholly--Tu no particular manner. He whs simply wrecked on a South Sea Island, aud was tattooed by the king. Do we Need IJIk SIumi'Ips? By no menus. Tortions of herculean build fre quently possess a minimum of Kenlno vigor, and exhll It lens endurance than very smnll people. Itenl vlpor means the ability to dHTHt and sleep well, and to perform a reasonable amount of dally pliyHlral and mental labor without unnatural fatigue. It is bocause a course of Ilostetter's Stomarh Hitters enables tho enfeebled dynpeptlis to resumo tho allotted a'etivltyof every day life, as well as to partici pate without discomfort in its enjoyments, that It Is such a pre-eminently useful medicine. "I can't part with thnt,".snld t'no bald headod man an he put tho comb back In his pocket. Fits permanently cured. Mo tits or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Groat Nerve Hontorer. $J trial bottle and treatise free. Dr. It. U. Kline, Ltd.. DM1 Arch St.. I'hlla., Pa. BO ty Business College, Louisville, Ky. KL'PKKIOU AUVANTAUi:.. - " BllOK-KKKPINd, Shohtiiand and TELEORAPHT. Heautll'ul Catalogue Free. k Vlcert Cured. I mo. treatment 81. A. K0DKKTS,New Berne,N.Cf. The Blue and the Gray. Both men and women are apt to feel a little blue, when the gray hairs begin to show. It's a very natural feeling. In the normal condition of things gray hairs belong to advanced age. They have no business whitcnincj tho head of man or woman, who has not bosun to go down the slope of life. As a matter of fact, the hair turns gray regardless of age, or of life's seasons ; sometimes it is whitened by sickness, but more often from lack of care. When the hair fade.s or turns gray there's no need to resort to hair dye3. The normal color of the hair i3 restored and retained by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ayer' Curebook, "a otory of cures told by the cured." loo pages, free. J. C. Aver Co., Lowell, Mass. ' nr1 IT 1 t 1 1 dry v. y C",'6));i m. (Av Cv Ci oovj Q&& . 7hT KS07L. Hi- I y ..!,. i in-., i i'i.-M.. I ... i I 'I l ... 'H. l- I I - I . .. ! I. - II... I 4 N II vt i Uli i i ii.i ' i ii i i 'i ,i , ' i t H i i: i i I i! If." ' ii Ii V, Kiki.I.' n. l! I f'W I'l T, t ' '! f r Ii I !!.. ...I. !l th.. f, full... I I'll ",; ! fii.'ii"ii '. W ,! 'I. i li ;i V,'. i.i'i. V.," a f ! .-it . M t. ( I-, v,. II kii ty u'.'l t:;iif 1 1 an I i.i t'.H H..'ll '1 il iv t'i li.'V. f.;u.. r i' in r. l , I'm i,i I'i hi i n,nt .it i; ,.., I t irn !ii 'i '. "1 li.iv.i lin 1 h..i (..ii t 'iluc'.'s f v r I ' I ! i n n i.'.irii f ,r in., t . v i iii'l Sir. w.in iiiiiin i ut .'V'' rs in i.' f," I am ii t -ii'.' 'l to f i 'h i.f , t. mi t 1 it. hit J"va r.i U.I III I. lit it. I Inn .1 in . r ni- . I 1 Wlil I' ll J, , "I ivn tlfty tilfii yi 'irs i.'i !. I rn'if r.i t " 1 r'ii'uniiilNm wlii'tt (..ily fi.iirt.- -n u. i.f n,i', tli. n n t'v:r i .1 i fr nn I'V.-r t r . ioii itn t fr .m l.r.'i.i -iuii nii'f li. '!. Jiy Ut i.t-r iis ii (urri.rr lin t ii;; Hint Uii-uiilv nav tn tnitki iim xl rone vt.ih t.. .. .l.'iit y .f f,ii, ,l w ti. lu ll, llnM.'ViT. ll" MIW III"' l.'. Il .; In ."d f..r fii I v? iiH'r.ll'K vwilioiit I .-t,! at In to ii ove r.o'e t itli li.'l;i, he chum;.'. I Ms lulu. I, an ! forcer u.'t'T I ell. ve t tini rliiMrni fcln.iiM n..t I e in.i.l.i t ) d in. u h wrk. ly tr"Wl!i was H'n;. ej .y lulT. r Itiif, nn. I 1 d. not think I n"i an Im-li taller thuti Hint ilny. f.irty-Mve year i ii.i. l)i:r ln;r the fr.rty yi'nrs ennilnt; after my mis fortune, I as iitienl - l bv seven do "on. I rec4e. tem i.rury rdb f Hi times, fr.nn new firms of treat uie:it, bet nln-iiys ... luj ii'.l Into a w.ir: ami mure ,-ranit-l eon. lit . m. Tin' eoi:. iHinii of ail t(ieo Kentlemen was that I was Incurable, a-id nil tli.'V i-iiuM do was to ease mv euniliiiuii. After 1 Crew to manhoo-l I married and have bi eii l.liv -eil with a fiimily. My dear wile h:is had all tho drudgery" of liur-ins iin.l viiiIHii" ui i.n mi', nn.i the burden Iiua ten Ind i hnrd to hear. "Without hope ft Mm I'hvslelans I l.eiri to tnl.e Dr. Williams' l'iuk "pills, whi.'h w.ts highly re. ommen.le.l by my friends. 1 took til "in (tr. l within ni) week heau to f. e li Iter than I lin I alueo I wits first a fill 't"d. I took these pills aeeorlins to iliri-etions, and when the box was nearlv pone I v.ent over to llrooklleld to nn old frl-ml who wi'.s in the ilrui, buslners, nmiol I)r. Aure lius Filch, who KUcwi.s.i was a creat suffer er from rheumatism. The doctor and I or dered several boxes of l'lnk Pills in f art-nei-.ship, hn from thattlmn keetdns them cnsale. Well, I continued to take tli'-m iiccordlns; to diiections for the next three years and f-teadily litiproved, Kalnlnff flesh and slivniftli, until two years at; 1 wa3 able to dlscontiriU'i them, an 1 now u:n us aliln bodied a man of my years as you will "nd. I ousht to tell you that alter I or dered thu llrnt box of pills tho phy.-d.'l'in who was then at'.endhitf me came In" nnd I told lilm what 1 whs dointf. lie said 1 was very foolUh, tiiat they Would surely Injure n.e, and It was bis iluty to toll me so. I told tho doctor thnt I ml!it as well din as todraRout a miserable exiytenoe. ami so, notwithstanding his wnrnlnis, continued to ta!i tlio pills. Thank tiod tho doctor was not able to dissuade me, for to them I now ascribe all the comfort and happiner s I have In this world. 1 have recommended them to hundreds of people since I was cured, and In every case they bine been effective, not only in rheumatism but in numerous other disord' i-ii, epeeia'ly im t ovcrishnient of tho blood, heart trouble and kidney (liseasi;. "I certify the above statement to be true, nnd if necessary will ssvear to tho sumo lo foro a Notary I'uMic." V;i.i.rM WoorMAX. When Mr. Woodman lia t signed and de livered the above paper to the reporter, he said: "If I were you I would tfo and call on Mr. Amos Jaijuays, nt ('olumbus Centre, to whom I recommended Dr. Williams' l'inlc Tills for as;p;ravated kidney disease. Ho la now In perfect health. I have no doubt ho wiil be Klad to ler.tify to tlio eulcacy ot tuo remedy that oured him." hr. Williams' Pink Tills contain all the elements necessary to Rive new life and richness to the blood nnd restore shattered nerves. They are for sale by all drusrists, or may he had by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., for uOc. por box., or six boxes for 12.00. For Whooplnct Couirh. I'lao's t'tiro is a suc cessful remedv. M. 1'. 1MRTBK, 6" Throop Ave., Wrooklyn, N. Y., Kov. U,'ll. Kettirn of Jews to ZI011. An interesting account of tho con vention of representative Jews, held at Fasil, Switzerland, to consider the purchase of I'alestine and the early exodus of the Jews to tho Holy Land, is being published with profuse illus trations in "Jewish Sentiment," a handsome sixteen-page weekly paper, printed in English. $2.00 a year, sample copy 10 cents. Address Jewish Sentiment, Box 703, Atlanta, Ga. Personal Legislation. "Say, Weary, there's a woman tryin' to get congress to pass a law forcin' every man to marry." "I'll bet that's her only chance." (I mi TH.r i.zr crcftA". tDcr. or i, i f.: r AFFAIR' 11 li.U on i. ii : n mil) t'ti t Iiik, Tn tln I-ii l.i's' II. .ii,,! .I.iriiil MY. T. l'.'.r.r v.i!, i mi ('iiiiii,i,,; ii.nl ': . r n.f." At tli. ..ut .1 i.f Is, r J.-,. vll i'l.f I'll: I'l I'i,.' 'i-l fi-i-tly .li t t'i lli-.'r- l l c ililii.i In'i'r. "I'.i . i.'i'i I'm i! ; i f i . .'ur h i.iiii'l nn I f i fruit, itV ( f I'l'.tin;; tl.ii j'u'll ti j ' J U . t. a I Mr t II li 1- I'li-vi'iit I'i i':i iii t:.!.n : tin- ju; M i r ii lu 'i t I Unit t'n y be i.bppe.l "m.L'W i-io itit i a I kittle id' hit Mater, r i 1 1 i l i ' ,' tl.eta Ho t'utt every patt may be ipii, k!y and ll in'.i l.ily he.ite.l. I'oi.l a d.4 up to'Ael, pi. i it in the bidtolil of il ptoUiii.' I an, then near the pre irvin kettle; ht.ni I fi on the t .m1, and if the fruit is s nail n ljust the funnel; I'.ll ipiickly to ovt iil..win;t. lbin a heated silver knife around the inddo of th j ir, to break ariy biiblih s tli.it ir. iy have been c.;d;htith th fruit, and a!j'i tt!n' rubber, then lift tho lid from tin- hot V.aterii'ld J I;l"i it ut once. Hl.Ut'H fl Uit till V. i l ! I a VUiielen spimli, il ll'tl in th fruit so that the weight of otio piece will not destroy the shape of an. other. Fill to ovcrllovi in;; with the li.juid, water or syrup mi l f.i ten lightly. After sealing stand the j.us out of a draught over iu;.'!it. Thu glass will by thit time liivecotitrai'led, and the lids will, in consequence, bo loose. Wipe each jar carefully and give tho top an extra turn. Fut away in a cool, not cold, dark closet. At the end of a week examine each jar carefully, w ithout shaking or disturb, ing more than necessary. If you find the lids slightly indented, the contents free from air bubbles or froth, nnd tho liquid settled, you may rest assured 'they will keep.' If yt,n do imt find it so, open the jars to prevent burst big, llcheat the fruit, being careful to bring it to a boiling pjint, and re call. " Siiuir mid Cmvleii. Horse Ha dish Sauce. --One tabic spoonful of mustard, two of vinegar, three of cream, as much horse radish scraped fine as will make it as thick as onion sauce. Excellent Sauce for Flum Pudding. Planch an ounce of Hweet almond and four bitter ones, pound them to a paste with two ounces of nugar and a spoonful of orange (lower water. Stir in a spoonful of dissolved butter and nn ounce of corn Hour; add a tumbler ful of water and a quarter of a pint of cream. Foil up well, and add at tho last the yolks of two eggs. The grated rind and juice of a lemon boiled with a quarter of a pint of water, end sumo lump sugar, then thickened with a spoonful of corn ilour or arrow root, a morsel of fresh butter and the yolk of an egg, makes an excellent r.aiice for either plum or plain puddings. Kauces for Salmon. Sauce a l'Auroro consists of creamy bechamel, colored with lobster, butter, nnd seasoned rathiir highly with .alt, white pepper, a dash of cayenne, and the strained juieo of a lemon. Lhu-k Putter. Putter allowed to melt and color to a rich golden brown shade to which you add a iqioonful of well washed and dried parnley, shak ing it over the tire until it is crisped, v.heu you pour it with the. butter into the sauco boat, place a full tablespoon fill of lemon juice into tho saucepan, let it just boil up, add it to the butter and serve at once. This is a more deli cate form of the ordinary black butter which is made with vinegar. Gooseberry Sauco for Pake ! Mack erel Stew the gooseberries with a very little water until perfectly soft, rub them through a Htrainer, and add Bufucient sugar to the pulp to take off the acidity, but not to make it sweet. Mushroom Sauco for Boiled Fowls. Use butter or white mushrooms. Scald them, then mince small, and cook in a little butter until tender, but do not let them color. Turn into a half a pint good white sauce, add lemon juice, and serve hot. Eeyrout Sauce One tablespoonful each of chopped onions, Chile vinegar, and common vinegar, one pint of melted butter, four tablespoonfuls of brown gravy, two tablespoonfuls each of mushroom catsup, a good sauce, essence of anchovies, and half a table spoonful of sugar, Put into tho sauce pan the onions, vinegar aud butter, catsup and sauce, stir over the fire un til the mixture boils, then let it sim mer for a few minutes; skim well, place it over the fire, stirring until it is thick enough to adhere to a spoon; then stir in the anchovies and sugar. 3erve hot. Whito Chestnut Sauce for Turkey--Ilalf a pound of large chestnuts, blanched by being thrown into boiling water for live minutes. btew them until very tender in sauce veloute, then rub through a sieve, straining tho sauce at the same time. Ileturn the chestnut sauco to the sauce-pan, sea son to taste with white pepper and salt, stirring in beforehand a large cupful of cream. Stir steadily, boil up once, and serve hot. Sauce for Cutlets Boil together for about fifteen minutes half a pint of rich id'own sauce with the strained juice of one lemon, a good s2ioonful of currant jjlly, a pinch of cayenne, a little glaze, nn ounce of good curry powder, a small spoonful of chutney, and two to matoes. Skim this carefully while ooking, strain before serving. Blanche L. Macdonnall, in New York Observer, I i in t vtrl,l i iiinf I I., 1 I I i i T. , i .1 i I ,' ii r. A i i, i . i "in : I! v I . . r, t, , .i I ' .1 ir l. :.'. I ' .1 ! '.i .l.tlut Ml ' - t m ' 1 . ! . -i. n.-il ie. l.i 'i, li i.; htm .. n'h r l.firn,! il .b'n; I . . In I'e r Mi.'inuf i In I I' M . I. i - I (II..I l in in ); , .... i.f ii,,. i, .. t .hi.. II I.. 111 (If I lilt roll.' ' M'. II jour ... il.-r .l.. not k.-ei I T M . il l I l . f..r i n. ' I.", o! loLv ,'o Ati-I'.'. (ot ii' l n'f i'l i lnreiK'S, Inn. I I i I'ic I !: M I . 'n j.'iii y, A l In n f i, in., A lid oil III ree.-li . C-si'ls by in ill. !!' Tlil ? Wr,rrrOne ll'indred li.lt. r- Iwnrd f .r n u v x f of l ' i'. ; rii tli it i .luii 't b ured by ll ill '' I ut irrii I n e, T .1. t'llltM V A '.. T "' ' , T'lVdn. o. We. II... iiiiili'r.iTi.'l. lin ve 'mm 11 K. J . be. lies in t!in U t I.'i lino., ii'i'l lillisi' Il in I'f (.., tl v i i, nor oh' 'il nil lninn's t 1111 m'li'.ni mi, I fln.iui I'Ulv fthl" to irry out utiy t.lil l "Hi in il" nv t In" r fl nn. WmT TMfAX.Whol.niV li!uk-i;' s, Tolnln, i in o. WlMHMl. KtSNN MHVI!, Wholi iw.Ib I IrilClil't 'I eb'll.l. I ItllH. IIh',1 s at.irrii i n'. i mi- en In eriially, erU in.; uir rtiy upon the I.I id flel llltli 'iitrl feir- nee of til " ft in I'i I , . .' n.- uoiue, nou ir i.!l 1 1 itrf'it i. IHii's Kitiiiilv 1 'I'i M i nioiiii.N f reo, lis toe tin- be t. AN OPEN LETTER From Lllsq Sachner, of Columbus, O., to Ailing Woraon. To all women who are ill: It af fords me n;rcat pleasure to tell you of the beni tit I have derived from tak ing Lydia P. Pinkhani's Vegetable (.'nmpo'.Mid. I can hardly lind words to express my gratitude for the Ihxjii given to .suffering women in that ex cellent remedy. Before taking Compound I was thin, jfu V'7 sa 1 1 o w , a n d .fl Vv. - .'ii'w-i'.X. nervous. 1 vV wastrou- " f bid with ,:. vi- '.. ieueor l hira, and my pien strual pe- sicians and gradually grew worse, About a vcarngol was ndvised by a friend to try Mrs. Pinkhani's Sanative Wash and Vegetable Compound, which I did. After using three bottles of the Vegetable Compound and one pack age of Sanative Wash. I nm now enjoy ing better health than I ever did, and attribute the same to your wonderful remedies. I cannot find words to ex press what a- Godsend they have been to me. Whenever I begin tofeelnerrousand ill, I know I have a never-failing phy sician at hand. It would alTord me pleasure to know that my words had directed some suffering sister to health nnd strength through those most ex cellent remedies. Miss May Saciixek, 3iSJ4' E. Pich St., Columbus, O. m The TITO Plaataliaa m Ccitc: 2d mm ained mt-.'..v- ,.i,i l, i.., ma- snt'sfnetorv that w enter upon our THIRD REASON with R fee Unir of errem eonllilrnce. Unr lii.chines Bre ilmsble and tlioroin-'bly elVcctive. Hie ground kernels sre left in a tine condition for ilistriiiutnik' as a lcmnzei'. 'I'ho bulls are valuablo food for entile. J)e scriiitive pamphlet with testimonials from urominent cotton planters thruut' unit the Southern Stiitrs, tok'etiier wun s ,i:ipie oi product from our machine, will be ..awarded on application. Csttan Stitu Kaclihq Co,, alSISma Mention this pa pur when yon write. fl?T 1 TIT Tl nTTnTTTV'.vanewpro- eess ninile on your kitchen stove iu a few minutes at coat of 25 eta. nnd sells at $1 per gallon. "Have tried tblssyrup and find It excellent." UOV. H01IT. 1.. I AY1.0R, .Nashville, 'l'enu. Send$l and Ret tho recipe; or 9'i and I will also send Dictionary of twenty thousand re. lpes eovorliiR all departmeuts of Inquiry. VKenis wanteii. J. N. l.OTSI'KICII. Morristown. Tenn CHRONIC DISEASKS- ot all forms SUCCESSFULLY TREATED lthoumatism, Neuralgia, ItronchUis, I'alplta lion, iiuus'iisuon, etc. CA1ARHH of tho Nose, Throat and I.unes. UTSKASKS I'H lil.l.AK TO UOJIHS. l'rolapsua, I lceraiions. beucorrhea. etc. Write Tor luiMiphlet, testimonials nnd question blank 1U. b. I . it 11 li lv 1. It, Speeln list , '.TO Norcrosj UulldluK. Atlanta, Gil, 0 FULL COO 1SES2 'i'tie complete liusini'ss Course or tlio coinploto Shorthand Course for $:J", at YEITE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, in '.. i inn ni., j i i,.-.' i , i,. i. Cw))ij);ee Vusini'KS awl Sliurtlmml VoursfS Cum Hnrd. $7.M 'ec Month. Business practice from tho start. Trained Teachers. Course of study unexcelled. No va cation. Address K. It. W1I1TK, l'liiuipiil. W IS NOT APPRECIATED. HUT When you can earn it ensy and rapidly it is a pood tiling. For HOW TO IM IT, address THE II. O. I-lMiKltMAN CO., 404 iouM r.nildliiC, Atlanta, On. ARDS can be Ted wltti- oct tli"ir knowilR by Antl-Ji; the iiinrveloui eur for the drink habit. Wrlto lienova Cheiuicul Co.. 6B Bruailway. K. Y. FuU lofurnaatlon (In plain rnj per uiniiod free. riods were ;iV- f.:.; very irreg- UUM tri,d three phv- MkvV -c v'..- " rV. : f mm$l m imnm, .--' 'I ".' vSe.- U from thu use of our Till! I KALI) r.N.lOINT.O. fv ! i ii I'i i i !u t iiiiiimi i i0 no. 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Hint, ait tna lit.r 1-ie.litlca winch i:i-f n.aaa la miula lf ibn r-m, formula. 1 4 I la nol conciu'm'a ari liint'a frum Ui-Taworti U.timonr an 1 a lvartii-j-tiaui-i, I'mt all tha lirer mr.l'f'i aamna aUntf from iliani i"i'beup Nrre al cdiiaV yui-a I, no I I lha 11 I of A in ."i 11 deura "( heuir) N.cra Ma'liclne?" Irfl Iba aflicU?.! n.i.r br ih.ir f itura puirha-i''a. i'r. ftl. A. Kimmoni .irr lin It'-ltes. a-iuti'ilifd in l-M), la D..t "ch-r.p rnrrli cine.'1 11 1 'nt cura a:l,' "i1 la eti.f if-oro nitti At 4 f..r taoia mitiiixMiU cat ijJ I iiucutiif el Uia ut ar. "Success- Lotton Seed Hulior and Separator. H 1 7 A Nearly doublM tho Vain K- t.. s.,, a1' ei',5 t , .;,y of Seed to lh All up-to-date Glnncrs 039 then b'catise th Orow ers pivo their fatrrinn"- to nrh pius. Hulleril PRACTICAL, P. ELI ABLE and GUARANTEED. For fi:!l information A.l.iri sii SOULE JTEAM JEED WCSKS, Miliar, Mlfr FR I C K C O Pil PA NY ECLIPSE ENGINES ' . li 1 ' - . v ' ' '! 1 -1 1 f . r Roilors, Saw Mills, Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses, (iraln Soparators. Chisel Tooth and Solid Saws, Saw Teeth, laa splrators, Injectors. Knulno Hepalrs and a full line of llrass (ioods. tf SeiiiX jor CutaliKjuc and Juices. Avery Mciillan SOUTH EKN MAX AG KKS. Nod. 61 53 S. Forayth St., ATLANTA, GA. a iiiinmiin fs?m 11 11 Hflin nu.a MU.Ui .MACHINE r CHtKAl K.ST IMPROVEMFNT PENDULUM Hatii, 10 per f.al. uf Inbar. J- Can be operated stand- " ' a.. - a more work than rut'Jillig a craaio. an tf . 1 in.; ACRE villi t.ie mavhtna. ir Inln la j.enr pl.oa ' .'.' - ' ' ' I J J1 H. F. BRAMMEB MFG. CD., Dnvsnport, Iowa. 1111 1 L.IOTIT and HKAVY, und SITTLIES. lCHEflPE3T UND BE8T.t SvTCasf every day; work ISO hands. LOMHARD IRON WORKS AM) SUPPLY COMPANY, AUGUST A, GEOllfllA. &o udmedd L e tteac AiiiHHtn iiii, Arrtnal busins. No txt. & bookri. iShort time. Cheap board. Head tor cHalofftin. 40 MILLIONS A YEAR Men aula wu.uca w&t.trii tuubhiai biatuJ C?Oi:ies to sell guiranteed CoUirado i'oM Min btock. Rca$ij.anle rommissions. For inforiria tirn, Ddircis, BEN A. BLOCK, Member Colorado Minin Stock Exchange, 306-307 SviTf-s Btiil'linp. Drnvrr. rolonHf ffl fi f ! ft C n CUEED AT HO JfE ; wncntamp fn, lllalijELSi'k' Dr.J.B. HARRIS &C0 " " 8 pit, JJ uiiOliig, CUicUiuatl. Ohio, In wrltlus toarlTnr. V tlsers. A Nil 117-33 M lUlltS WHtKt Al tLb.t IA1LS. L.I "est I'ounh byrun. Tut-tei Good. Uac I L.ij in t'rec. f-oi-i hf drnrcripts. 'tl iiW 'N'W-a fT 1 I 1 1 a fi I 1 mm aflfTT' 11 ZfX. iT 3 ii I a. t V -w m liar ,1 Mmt-s1 V l'Klt.