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'I lit" you may eail3 be i i on fail to remedy tbe Indiirestion and non-assin llatioti of the food, which a - tb a tendants : .-: oriaiaatora f nervousness, that evti ;-t ailment abtcti fi'i narcotic ir ineral : rfai Ive or n err toe can ev-i do more :.'.,..! temporar.ly relieve, of . 1 1 r f- then remedies hav- ii rffeel upon the organ of dipt stlon anil sssimilat ton, e icept to disorder and enfeeble them, tbn arravat in tbe original difficulty Amomrthe moat alarm inir and dangeroa symptom "t cbr nie, nerv i. ism "s i - insomnia wbtebiatbe professional term foi Inability t. sleep, Wbere tt:i- ex i tberc i si way m a tendency t mental over i 'now. pare! and eventual Insanity. Begin at tie- fonntaln head of ll thin difficulty with Hostettefa ritotnacfa Bittern awl avert evil eonsetinencee. So aooner doe tin tomacb reauiic :' i tone arid the svstem in viiror (bronirti the aid of 'in- benign tooic, than sleep return and tbe nerve gr tranquil. I'bitiM and level ri. umatiaro bilious i a and ronntipatlon yleid '. Bit tern. Timlx-f I.OOO Vi ar- old. I ,rJat: th.- !' I timl'r in tins world t ha has h - n ; il t th- imw3 tti man i- f' tind tn th anei t.I ten pie of Ivj;, ;t. I H in tirtlB I'tiotl with fit on work. i 1 1 I i ten vti i I . r 4." i ;,v;t!'- old. Tin: ! ;i:;Iht- tvre ue 1 in the f r n f I i d twinned I bold the rd mow oris I put her, ami worn the only i r n w "i ti el i i the building. ." ; : r i t .-. I ! -U - if tri't wr' laid in plar a i ixeavati n al ou1 an itieh ! - a- f::.-il tn oac'i block, i r . ? i which one i th - wo (! ri tif. shaped like an hotip-j!a-w. was litted. They aiv math if ta'iiarisk oi shittim rVood. iii- same a- tiial from which the ark v. ai m-t ru1 i. "Ilon't I l i:i lit Spit our i.it'-.' A nay" In i he startling. 1 !il title of a lit tle hi. nk juttl rec ". d, teliiny all about Sotohixf, tin troittt'ffttt, hu rin l , i i ti 1i i in i i 1 1 1 . ffHtt fit ntrftl run for tin to- hurt tt Ittihti in i i t 1 1 fitrnt, 1'obueeo users who wanl 1 ijait and can't, by stent i' ninj; TAk TiiJ.t;s can pel the book mailed free. Addres.s TilK Stkk LtNG KEMKOY Co., Bps I H8i , Indiana Mineral Sjrinjrs. I nd. "Don't stand mi eeremony: e ime in,' said a lady to an "Id farmer, as she opened the door. "Why. mj yo'idnos' 0xeuse me, ma'am, I thought I n;h standin' n the dotr-mat!f' Ton weah and Inflamed eyes nse Pr. Ia:iue TaoanpMn'a Eye-water. It Is a rare fully prepared pbvsielan's prescription. KNOWLEDGE Brines comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others- and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's last products to the'needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing sod truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers and permanently caring constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and net with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, I,iver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $ 1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name. Syrup of Fig9, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. ..-.--cvv-.ve HOT WEATHER Opens tbe pores, t lie system lax ed and n a t are easily responds. Drive all foul corruption out of t ha body now by a coarse of Kickapco Indian Sagwa., Xaturr's Remedy of Roots, urid Herbs. The ln-.t Liver, ach and 'iod Renovater. All gists, ft.OO ti Bottles for Ba rks ' Stom- Prill- i Coat In the WORLD ! SLICKER The ItSH BKAXD RUCKf.t Is w.r:m!.l watt-: RUof. aait will kwu vou J-v !:i Uio hiiramt itora. Xbel urn ivmmki. si. I' KLU h a perfect riditiK coat, and cinreratiieenttTaaaddie. aewareoi imuationa van huv a coat if the " 1 :' Brand la wm ,a ITlotra- IM CataWne free. J. TOWER. BiwtoB, ta. 1,000,000 ACRES OF LAND forsatby tV.eaisTPart A Dunn Railhoao Company iu Mianaaota. Send iaz Slaps isd QiMi lara. They w.'.l bo seat in you Addreas HOPEWELL CLARKE, ijii.d (oitcik occr. Si. raul.Miun. nClCSS AND HEAD HOISES CUREV BBeW m Mccasfat wLra ftUrvmdW full, n j rBCC a r Umv x. ?;? HNv, n . v ttta ur book afpMballBi y eStiom tiijs r.M't'.'. "urn t oKT'k aaf A UTCn M I ' I R H W pa "n If AH I Cli kUi r.tV e. bllIMM WM.IINt.KI. MAI)IM. Wis ConannpiKea and peopl who have areaa mriesor Ath- tn,'. should u9 Piso'sCurefi - tnaamptton. It h;v rurrd thoiiaaDda. It haa not injur- ed one. it i "t Dan to io li tstbc baat conftb sy-rp. Sold eTarrwhere. S.le. is re- x i 0 0 WAS A RIDE TO DEATH FIFTEEN PERSONS KILLED ON THE EOSTON & ALBANY R. R. I h-t-r. lass. . t fie "i :w .f ;t I rihtf? i iil-iit - Tliiriy Persons Injured, imu Fatatl -V-t-rn l-.ir,-.. !:. IIhhimI f. rashes ThlfMli a 111 idn-. M.mv r- M.iiiI, d. Tie Chieapo limited express train for i ston broke thro iph u I ail iron bridge on the B ston and Albam Kail road one ani ne-half mil a- ol i hester. Mass.. and f .!! Wagner ..t:--were eruehed, killing at k-asi iifte?n persons, fatal it),;iir-')iLr several others, while at least a -ejie a-.- tally hurt. The wreck is the worst ever known on the road. The I ridjre was being strengthened for h big i- eorin tive-. and iii'' workmen wno wen; putting on the plati.'s wen- a d'nno- when the erafh eame. Th1 he n.otive isseo over the strticture. bit' was n a !'. the water-tank lein thr ;i long distal '. The 1 tffet. two sleepers at d a (lining ear were snui-hi-d to kind in when tnoy stn.ek the stream twenty fei t lelow. but tw .'ay oa?es ard a mii ker in the rear d 1 t.ol leave ti e traek. The: c are n few house-i in the vicini ty ami a m in driving by ''a ethe alai m through tin- tillage street, in a few minute- hni'dieds were n the seene. The shrieKs oi the irapisontd were terrible, and reores "; feopUr l(sd:ei on efiinpli'tel unnerved. The ; lyge j j i soon recovered from th-- -hock and wer.i hard a' v. rk. The hospital was a group of apple t , in an ad joining orehartl. whete seores were taken. )x t ams arrived with i'ads of straw, cushions, ledding. and fwwl. The wounded v:v h 't; ivmoved to houses ai-ii all that remained on the apple-slrwn grounds were thirteen Ixidies ovet e:l wit i red blankets from an adjoining stable. The dead were mam of them horribly mutilited heads crushed U. iirnhs turn, ami ten were only recognizable by the cloth ina worn. The train was s -ven minutes late at I hester and the railroad hands say it was going al the rate of twenty miles an hour when it struck the lir.t of the two spans across the YVes-tfield River. The locomotive seemed ts leap acr s the bridge as the tru-ses e d!ajsedand fell over t ti.e south. The theory is that the blow of the locomotive as it -truck the bridge from the curve sent it oil its foundations into the river. The railroad o!hYiats tay that they tind no mark- on the bridce. such a would be made bv a derailed train. ONE THOUSAND DEAD. The List if Stiinn i'tlm in I lie Son t li Is l III llron 1(1 K- Threo huntlre i and ninety dead Indies have i en ft und n tho islands about Beaufort and I'ort Itoval. and th t ital numb.'r of dead will roach 1,000. t ve eoo.ooo worth f prop erty has hi t n vvftM-ked near the same points, lioth are the direct result of the storm whie'a swe; 1 along the At lantic e ast. K very one el the fifteen or twenty island- lying around Port Royal and Rcaufrl is stepped in sor row, i n ev do r knoli there is a Imneh of era- and up n every hillside there are fresh-made graves, some already filled, while others are await ing the hodie that v. ill lc deposited in thetn just as sin as some one can ! found to do the t "hristian a -t of shovel ing t he dirl up n the e iffin. 'The he. ches. the mulergrowth. trees and shrubbery, the marshes, and the inlets are turning up new dead bodies every time an investigation is made. f the main disasters and devastations which hav vi.-ited that section of the country none have been half as hor rible. As the waters recede and the popl move 1 p r int t he wreckage gathered h tJio storm, the ghastly pictures are uncovered. So frequent are the 1 iscoveries that the finding of a single hody attntets no at ton: ion at all. 11 takes the discover .fa clump oL at It asl half a dozen or more t induce the people t show any feeling whatever. The horrors of the devastation can (scarcely !e imagined, and nvthing can be extravaganl v said of the wrecK and ruins. That part of South ( arolina is ; known as the black dis1 Let and is al-1 nu st entirely inhabited by negroes. I Of those dr wnel no1 more than twenty-live were whites arid nly five wore women. SHERMaN ON SILVER. Tiie Ohio Senator Speaks on tin- ICepeal Measure. After the routine morning business it; the Senate, Thursday, the bill foi I the repeal of the Sherman act was t .ii en up and Air. Sher- ' N ,,,, of I ll.i., nn ...I.I to address the Stnate. v O Ho ,!, thai if ti,.- e... ijji ;':ii ( i i iu jiaioiui-iui; ; . I.... . I .... li naiises oi i 1 1 1 aci oi lulv. 1S'.H, were the )v inly reason for the ex- l tra "-diraiy stssion, it Lpi i would seem to him m-jST- siirtiei nt. It was.: " ' h iwever. justified bv joh shkkmax tue exbt ny financial ! stringency. On one thing. ho! said. Congress ai d the people agreed, and thai was that brth y. M and silver should ie continued in use as money. Monometallism pure and simple had never gained a foothold in the United States. If Senators wanted cheap money and an a Ivanee in p:-:c. free coinage of silver, he said, was the wav to do it: but they should not call it bimetallism. Mr. Sherman then proceeded to discuss the history of the act that bears his name. He w as not its favor E the free coinage of silver, and regarded it as but another name for the monometallism of silver, and was only in favor of the purcha . of silver for purposes of coinintj. r li'Sr:plii" t'lli Ks. The Denver Post has suspended publication. The First National Bank .; Canyon City. Col., has failed. THE pay of all the employes of the Rig Four Road will be cut. STRIKING coal miners at Leaven-1 worth declare strike at end. Thirty-two new cases of cholera were rep rted at Nantes in one daw The steamer Kibe brought 1450,008 ; in gold from London to ,..-w York 1 . k Our Tommy. Th-- South has always ' r n -ted 'or hospitality, arid nowhere has this qual ity been more religiously maintained than in Virginia. Cnfo t mutely the war made sad havis' with the Virgin ian's resour but his idd-timj open- bearte lia-.-s has never alt r e.. Some years ag a friend of mine traveling in the lower portion of that State stopped for a few a airs with old acquaintances and remained for tea. An occasion of thi- kind calls invaria bly for tit.- favorite dish of the S uth fried chicken. Ala-! there was bul on- chicken n th.- place, and that or;,- was a p t. it had been left an orphan by its mother at a verj early age. and, like l'i in Charles I iekens" i reat Kxeetat ions. " had b "ii brought up b hand. The children called it Tommy, and were very fond of it. while Tommy, in turn. wa attached to the children. The matter was a very serious one, and the family consultation was hold. Virginia ho-pitality could not ho light ly disregarded, and it was decided that poor Tommy must become the sacrifice. My friend, of course. I u w nothing of the tragedy that u a . being enacted for his comfort, and when tea was served regarded the plate of nicely browned chicken with contemplative joy- Soon, however, he became awa'o that something was amiss. An air of silent sorrow pervaded the little fam ily group usually - gay. and the chil dren took nothing on their plates. Th chicken was Mtssed, but with the ex ception of m friend no one partook. Selecting a juicy -looking drum-stick he fixi d it with his fork, and cutting off a choice bit conveyed it to his mouth. At i his t hoi e was a sudden and heart breaking howl from one of the little boys. "Oh. mamma, mamma, he's eat ing up our Tommy. Thereupon the other children min gled their voices in a loud wailing, and the elder members burst into uncon trollable laughter, in which, as the truth dawned upon him, my friend joined. Then there came more explanations, more laughter and tear-, and adjust ments all around. Poor Tommy could n; be rest re I to life, but he was buried under a big apple-tree with appn ipriatec rcmonies. Harper's Voting People. A (,Ui it 1'ieitleiil. A diminutive electric fan in the of fice of the deartment of public works at Pittsburg was loeated on a window sill, whore its noise di.-turbed the clerks, and they placed it on a metal heater. A reporter says that the in stant the current was turned on the electricity performed a clou dance, and waltzed the fan all over the heater, and at a spe ! that would make a Homewood liver stand aghast. All the time the blue fluid Bashed out in two foot lengths, and the burring and whir ring of the swift revolving wheel nearly caused a stampede in the offic . But relief cam at last, when the ma chine with a mighty effort, as if to get awa from the heater, danced off the sido of it. and fell with a bump to the floor, bringing the circus t a close. Elect rieit v. This May I tiler-! Vou. Students, Teachers (male : female), t 1 -ruyiiien and others in need of change, of employment, should no fail lo rite to It I". Johnson St I . Richmond, Va tin-r great success: shows th it they have got tbe true ideas about making money. They can show vou how to employ odd hours profit ably. During the complicate! process of manufacturing stamp- they are count ed eleven times in order to guard against pilfering. While in the War I as t jk. ;i ill with spinal iia. uf- ami rhi-cmatir-m. I w. iit home and was rou tined to my lied, unable help my- (If for 82 months. Aft-r years if mi cry a companion machinist ai! vised me t. take li. .1 Saraaparilla. I eot a bottle an.i could quickly note a change for the better. At ter takina x u Itottles 1 was .!!. anil have since been rmnbied with 31 r. Wheeler. A W in L.1.1 a. 1900 fHvision Strei t, Kalttu ort-, ,M! my "lil I'oini laujt. -I Hood's5 Cures Hood's Pills enre liver ills. 25c i r bo. JT K u a s vgm n IBP mm B H ll i The OM Y GCAKA"TErTI, HARMI.KSi. KfONOMU l. I KK for the Tobacco HuWt in the world; not for '.lie RKAsON it tnalces Tobacco TASfC BAD, but because II AITS DIRECTLY OS THE SEttTE l"ETEBS. DEtSTSOTTXG THE SEaTE-CSATIMS DESIKE, preparing the way for DISfONTIM AM E WITMCT IMOTEMKME. NOTOBAC ntlmillaUS . builds up and improves the entire nervous system. Many report a fa .a of TO POO'BS in as many days. ;.-t book at your dr-.s-j i-tore or write to It to-day. DRUGGISTS CENERALLY SELL JiO-TO-BAC. ! Tt re a tobacco user take tin.- to rad the foUowing TKETHFTL TKSTIMOMAI-S, a few of many tboosands from So-To-Bao users, printed to show how Xo-To-Bac works. THEY ABE THE TRt'TII. PI' RE AM SlMPIJt, We know this, ami buck them by a reward of $.'..000.00 to anyone a ho can prove the testi monials ';.:-". and that r.-e have knowingly printed testimonials th it do not, so far as we know, represent the honest opinion of the writers. V01 don't hare lo buy No-To-BM on testimonial endorsement Xl-TO-BAC is positively guaranteed to cure or money refunded. We give good agents escl sive territory and iil-ral terms. Many agents make ia day. (TBEI THBKK. TEARS AGO -fiY.n I.EsS THAN A BOX OF NO-TO-BAt . Mt. i'aimki., Ilu. Oct. 10 KC Gentlemen: I purchaet -ine t-..x of your So-To-Bactbree years ago. Tooksboatthreettarters of tbebox, which cotnatetlT testroyed ray appetits fortoascco. i bad used tobac co since 9 years of asr'. I ha.i tried to ."iit of my own socord and fonnd It impossible, bnt now 1 an; completely cared and do not have toe leat r raring for totcco. I hope others will ass vour treatment. BOLI 1 G Bl4 M I. I sED EVERY l BSTITI Tt AND A5TIDOTE, BI T wTfMOCT t ESS 50-TO-BAC aikts a COMPLETE 1 1 RE, AM HE (iilNS rWE5TT-FITE POl Ds. KrnAWA.KT . Nor. 22. K.C Genttsmen: I n-i tobseeo for fifteen r.---i an !. w;:!i a., the will p er i possessed, I could not quit 1 e.-1 erery sabstitnte an-1 antidote I could find. bt without snooess had despaired of erer cettln rid of the danainzi--baes.-. hsbrt sntl eelnti your advertisement w.i persuaded by friends to tr nce more 1 int for ..in boa, a-v! r-.'irnr: the of it at once ar.t experienced benefit. I or lered two more boxes. 1 am uapny to nv. o-:n--:'. 1 f the awfnl habit. It kss been nearly a yearsincel was cased, and 1 hav.- 1 desire w u.-.'ter for the wee.! I hare ealned ta.l;:T In flesh My we laht when I becan tbe treatment wa IV. pound, an-1 f now w.-'h fed pounds. I feel much Ve.!.-r In ererr w:,r. and eet up In the mornlnir wlthouta pa 1 ta-te -.ii my rnoiua. .viy ,;ut: na.so one wa;ii:;-.t: to no -ii'-nse; - e or t:-e tooacc uabtt No-To-Bac, for it is a snecessfnl and w mderful remed Toorstruty and eratef u!1t. OUR GUARANTEE, PUBLISHERS : We. the pub , Ushers of this I paper, know the 13. R. Co. to be i reliable andwjl I dc as they agree, i This we GUARANTEE. IS PLAIN ANilt TO THE POINT. BAC. 30 days" treatment, costing C r-. oi day. -:.ed according to strnp'.' directions, i tobacco habit in WORTH Don't Blame the Cook I 1 It u baking powder is not uniform in strength. so that the same quantity will always do the same a work, no one can know how to ue it. and uni- formlygood, light food cannot be produced w ith it. JJi All baking powders except Royal, because improperly compounded and made from inferior S material, lose their strength quickly when the can is opened lor use. At subsequent bakings there M. . . vW will be noticed a falhno- on in strength. The ibid is heavy, and the flour, eggs and butter wasted. It is always the case that the consume r suffers in pocket, it not in health, by accepting any sub stitute for-the Royal Baking Powder. The Royal is the embodiment of all the excellence that it is possible to attain in an absolutely pure powder. It is always strictly reliable. It is not only more economical because of its greater strength, but will retain its lull leavening power, which no other powder will, until used, and make more wholesome food. (iris Who Work. In these davs manv of our : iris v. irK for their living and leel no shame in doing mi. either. It is more honor- able to be self-sustaining than a drone. Labor is dignified, employment is healthful, and though one. perhaps. would rather not be compelled to tight the world in hand-to-hand combat, yet if you have t do it, do so with all your might. j volve about the axis which out- planet Half-hearted measures never bring : had in it- infancy; that is. one perpen sueeess. The secret key that opens the j dicular to the plane of the elliptic, door of fortune is one made of the com- j Somehow, in the eroat convulsion in liiied metals, am hit ion and effort. Vou can forge it for yourself, and, once in your possession, round after round of the ladder will lie left behind until you ; about twenty-three degrees, and thi at last reach the top: but you can't do j part of our sphere, therefore, revolves u nv watoning cne ciock, ami as soon as the hands point to ." or '. shutting up your desk or hurrying the covers on the goods and leaving, even though many matters are calling for immedi ate attent ion. As soon as you begin to count the minutes before you can get away, just so soon you will di-cover that others are winning the golden opinions you are too listless to strive for. Make ytiur omployers interests you- own. VVttrk heart and soul for the bene til of the enterprise of which he is the head, and you will ii"t have t worry atiout your reward. The world i full of drones, but active, pushing, energetic Itcoplc are scarce and will sttttn 1m dis- c tverea. t avu not at tasKs tnai per- haj's s m out ol your regular line of duty. Accept them all, large and sn ;.i in the spirit of helpful earnest- ness thai will h ave is mark in tin work you accomplish and will gain it reward in the rec ignition that it wil certainlv re.ive. Itut He W as Only a Savage, You See Over by the Anthropological Build ,u .- aneuv euue.ueu v ,au Who st:ks m :i vtv nuu-t w:iv nnrttit i : . .. i. i i . .1 1.. 1: the "unci vilizeil whitts." The other day while he w as making his toilet the curtain to his tent was lifted, and two women, wearing ladges- and from I ios - ton stood t he re and watched him ijo on with his dressing. I'e finally turned around and said to the one holding the curtain: 'Madam, how would yon like to have me walk into your private dressing room and uatch you make yourt iilet? si e looked astonished at his pur Knglish. blushed, ami walked away. ( hieago Inter t . : an. Who worn be fre from rarilily ii! ,ut Imy ;i hov of Btn4 h:tnis Iill .''m i i. VV01 th a cuinfttt. the tune to pray for good en when you are vigorous! stirrin soil with uoimI plows. Miisfi taiiD:i.iNKvrjSLi: T i IS THE TRUTHFUL, STARTLING TITLE OF A LITTLE BOOK THAT TELLS ALL ABOUT is much Improved. T i ar-.y t, use W. E. PEAT tree boxes c f NO-TO- lirecti ns. is guaranteed to cure the ? any fo my f rm, VtfOKtNG. t 'HEWING. SSI FF and I CIGARETTE HABIT, or tn ney refunded by us to dissatisfied pur- chaser We don't claim to cure ETEBTONE. hut the percentag of c-.rc is so '.arge that we car. better afford to have the good will of i the occasional failure than his money. We hav. faith ir. SO-TO 7 BAC. and if vou try :: you will find that NO-TO-BAC is to vou ITS WEIGHT IN COLD, Variation of t he Compass. A writer in an English magazine J offers a somewhat peculiar theory in accounting for the deflections of the J magnetic needle. According to this. I the outer shell of the earth and the gre:it mass within rotate somewhat in- j dependently of each other. The in-1 ' terior portion, still in a liquid condi- I lion, he conceives as continuing to re- which the moon was thrown off front the earth the ems' of our globe was. he thinks, projected over to one sid about what is termed the ireograph iealpole." The inner mass, like tin- other planets and the sun, is to be re-! garded a- electro-dynamic, while the shell is electro-magnetic. Further more, two causes are supposed to ren der those porth ns (f the earth's ex terior underlying the oceans more highly magnetic than others: the per- : manent low temperature at the betto ' of the ocean, and the "ie:it -r .mi)ii m tint of iron her.- itKluded. the crust being j thicker under the sea- than elsewhere. ; t'uriiig Squirrel Skin-. To cure squirrel skins, o other small skins with fur on. so that the furwill not fali out: After having cut ofi the useless parts, s. a the skin, remove the fatty matt -r. and -.ink in warm ! water for an hour. Mix to a thin itaste a half-nun m-h of in rav -nlti ..t. v and sulphatt! of soda. Apply til is to tin skin, and let the latter stand f r twenty- j four hours. Wash clean: then apply a ! mixture of 6t.e ounce mi! soda, one-half ounce Ixua.v. two ounces hard white soap melted together w ithout b ing a - lowed to ti hi. i 'nt awav airam tor twentv-four hours in a warm place. At- 1 . . , . ter mis uissoive tour ounces atum, i eight ourc.s salt, and two oud es sal-I eiatus iii sutlici. nt hot rainwater to sat- ; 11 i-iti. t . lL 'n tj., ii-iiii',.ii4 ...wl I. i I ,, , r mg t drying two or t hree times, until j tin- skin is sutticiently soft. Lastly, I sum Kith the inside with fine randfiatier j an 1 pumice store. A yeiNi; man telling his uncle of a line piee of luek he had hit upon, the old gentleman response i. "Well, Tom. 1 be sure and not go tKt fast or too far. lust keep your head, an you'll be sure t : have a soft thing." 1 E. B. WALTHAI.il .v CO., Druggists, Hurst. Cave, Ky.. ny "Ilall'n Catarrh Cute cures everyone that talis it. ' , i,i by ir i.-t-, ',:.. Bt.a 'K, pink and golden yellow pearls are m re valuable w 'lilte. ACCO OKE YOUR LIFE AWAY ! (I RED IIIBSEI.E, niS FATHER, HIS RROTHKR-I VLAW. AND HIS NEIGHBORS. SaSSAt', low a. (foe. TL, liC. K'tit;emen : 1 am giad to say that a!ncs I - itun ened th mm of No-To-Bac. whtrh w. t,i .Mb of Ju y. I9W. I bare never usp-I t.-i ncco lu any form and 1. -r i r tn lf -om pletaly cured. I can a. o -ry that my faibr, n-w arou; I'.'i o-ars -f ae. after uinjt tobacco for l-rty flre rear, was eared irr ttirr wr nf thn n timas I also Induced :nr brotlMrdtHasi ant Detghbon totr No-T-Bsc and they were cured. P.O. tftic5. CHEWED TOBAdO FOR FI1TT TEARS AFTER SPENDING f 1.000 FOR TOBACCO NO-TO-BAC CTRED HII. eransenoXO. Oam, Ko. 22. 1'02. fientiesien: OntbeKtb day r.f Miiy. 18SB. I commeneed the ue of H T-Bac. and rant toBaeco out. of my n:otitb and bare to t tat-d the weed stric, nn l hare r.o desire for It. would adr:se a . wto- want to stop uslnstobtrco toglTe N-T-Bae a trial. ! use-l it for fifty years ar.u spent fl .000 f r tobacco. No-To-Bsc baa made a complete care. GEO w WASKET. PAasnCrrr, n n.. .-. s. t or - 1 - all desire for tooneco. r-. r tour year 1 Uar. used c'.arettes almost constantly. b well as tobacco In all of itaforms; but t-ds 1 bars ro desire for to i seco w..strer. IWj 1 at even rent-mber what It tstes like. Ifee: deeply grateful to you and yur remedy for nt present condition, and be asure-l that 1 wl!i speak a good word for yoa atr ong mr afflicted frier. ds. B B. BATES. It ? sold by Dr:; READ THIS the price 1 box, Where to Buy and How to Order NO-TO-BAG, WIU. vr-! GOOD THE STERLINC REMEDY CO., 5 ar 4; PuidoiphSt. Bei ij-. INDIANA MNERAL S.PETNGS. IN D. uom 'AUgUSt Flower" " am ready to testify under oath that if it had not been for August Flower I should have died befora this. Eight years ago I was taken Sick , .:nl suffered as no one but a dyspeptic can. I employed three of our Iks: doctors and received no benefit. They told me that I had heart, kidney, and liver trouble. Everything I ate distressed me so that I had to throw it up. August Flower cured me. There is no med icine equal to it." Lorenzo F. SI.EEPKR, Appleton, Maine. HARVEST EXCURSIONS Will b run from CHICAGO. PEORIA and ST. LOUIS via the BURLINGTON ROUTE AUGUST 22, SEPTEMBER 12, OCTOBER 10. On tries dates ROUND-TRIP TICKETS will be SOLO at To all points in NEBRASKA, KAN SAS, COLORADO, WYOMING, UTAH, NEW MEXICO, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS, MONTANA. Tickets Rood twenty days, with stop over on some trip. Passengers In th East should purchase through tickets via the BURLINCTON ROUTE of their nearest ticket agent. For descriptive land pamphlet and further information, write to P. S. EUSTIS. Cen'l Passenger Agent, Chicago, III. I una u i i vi Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies OH Other nioiiiicals are iiscil In tl ptCfMtaUeM nt W. BAKER & ('OAS BreakfastCocoa trhich is ahtnlutrly pui-n ami soluble. It ban more thanth rre f i ms f ; the, strength f Cuooa inixe.t iwiin nurca. AriwrKt or Suirar, and l. far tnorn . nomical, costlmj less than one erni u emp. It Is (llit'tuus, nourishing, ami kkilt DIUBSTEO. . Sold by(rorpr rf rj nhera. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. II EWIS' 98. LYE LlVimli n-il itnl I'riiuiiKMl. I . I I Nil !. The stnmm H ainl pttmrt I.tre n I'ulfke other Lye, it lining n r . m wl, rami (vtcked in trnn with renitm 1 lid, the ootttrats nre always rn.l lot uf. Will nmko lue '( prfttiisil Hur.l Soap :ri M minutes ithnmt Itoilimt It i Urn bmtt f... c4MUMiti; it t' i )., Unitifect in;,- finkx. dnMits 'n--ii-itii; bottles. Hinth trees, etr i i:n. shsjr ri t .. ii n At . Phiaw, !'n COLLARS &CU FFS. llMWU 1IWV AH LO mKIl.M'.iL,0. Th- tHst and nvt pconnmloal Ontlars ant Cuffs worn. I'rv Hu m. Vou will lliem Look a ll. Kit well. Wnr well. S-M rur'i.t (nt fnr:i boa of Tn Iliir..r Five iialntof cttffs. A h.iiiiil -ullar nii't i r f cuffs writ bv mall for Six Cents. Atlrev tl- lug nice autl Mtvlc wanted "Al the dtalrra for them." ' Keverolble f oliar 'a.. 27 Kili.v sr. atn&. airw . JOHN T.lTIORRI8, 'Successfully Prosecutes Clalrrts. LAiPrlnvtiisl Easmtner U.S. Pension DuTtaa. 1 3ta In last war, 15 adjudicating claims, atly aluoa mtrrtoN this nm KIDOER'8 POTILU8..r;,S?i: av.asv w ui aawsoj $75.00 to $250.oo ai I- iii.i'l! in .nth i aork I ins to Is r. JOHNSON k iX).. lUchtuond. Vs . an o:t tiii: wnms; to aivkim isi ns. ' I'lcrtsr miy u saw tl-.e advi-i tl nu-st in I Inn ihi-t. SPIT N0-T0-BAC aw a wk m m s3 HbUvp-b 1L Sf aT --- TWApe tM . m R EVE R S I B LE "i IUARETTE FIEND FOI R TEARS Janets, l.sc iv-nrs:r: ihsre re Just Bnlahed tbs ill am ruied f r -m na - ana 1 am nrr,T lunohi .5 Rene raRy and seat by m.i on receipt of ?i . ?, boxes. CSO. K mit in any convenient form. Our President, Mr. A L Thomas, : member of tbe great a lvertislag f.rtn r-1 Lord &, Thomas. Chicago. Vic-Pregl-dent, Mr W. T. Bar bee. i. the pritiriral t-wnertif tt:e Rarbee .V:r and Iron Works of Lafayetv . irid . and 'hieago. m. The Secretary, Mr. I T. Barry, of the Chicago Newspaper I'nlon. Chicaeo The Treasurer Is Mr H. L trrum-r. one of the own- j era of .the famotts Indiana Mineral Ssriacs, Indiana, the only plaoe ir. tbe world ah r- n.agnetic mineta4 mud vaths are given for the 1 ore of rheumatism Write to aim for a bock about the mud v a.':.-. We mention this to assure yoa that unv remittance of money will properlr accounted for. that our Gl AHANTrE fOCm PATRON AGE AI'PREriATfD. BE SURE when vou write to I