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.A. DOUBLE CROP OF APPLES.
On a Long Iaml farm is an apple tree which bore two crops of fruit the past year, and the fanners are taking unusual mteiest in this peculiarly of nature. Just as much interest has been shown in Hos tetter's stomach Bitters, which has the peculiarity of curing dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation ana blood dis orders that otiier remedies fail to benefit. In chronic cases it rarely fails, and it cures whenever a cure is possible. "So you've lost your iiew servant al ready?" remarked a lady sympathetic ally to a neighbor "YeB." "What time did she go?" "I really can't tell," was the reply. "She took my watch with her." Rose leal From Head to Foot. For all aches, from head to foot, St. Jacobs Oil has curative qualities to reach the pains and aches of the human family, and to relieve and cure them promptly. They Destroy TJ1 Work. In China the faith- in heredity is so strong that when a "habitual crimi nal" is captnred they not only cat him id to small pieces, but put all his sons and grandsons to death. Tbe Celestials evidently believe that faiib wuuont works i d .. i. i.e No household Is complete without a bottle ol the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It is a pure and wholsome stimulant receommened by all physicians. Don't neglect this necessity. Hardly. Miss D. Angelina, why don't you marry Lieutenant Y.? Miss A. First, becanse he has no brains and he can't ride, dance or play tennis. What could we do with him? "But he swims beautif nlly. " "Oh, yes; but one can't keep one's hueband in an aquarium, you know.' TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE A powder to be shaken in the shoes. At thiB season of the year your feet feel swollen, nervous and uncomfortable. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests and comforts: makes walking easy. Cures swollen, and sweating feet , blisters and cal lous spots.' Re lieves corns and bunions of all pain and is a certain cure for Chilblains,Sweating.damp or frosted feet. AVe have over thirty thous and testimonials. Try hto-dau. Sold bv all druggists and shoe stores for 2óc. Trial package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olm sted, Le Roy, X. Y. It need to happen in Java that, owing to want of transportation facilities, the inhabitants of one part of the island might be starving while those of an other had as much rice as they could eat. Railways have remedied that state of affairs. To Care a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund money if it fails to cure, 2bc. Tbe last safe retreat of the beaver in the United fetates is the canyon of the Rio Grande, between Eagle pass and 1 Paso, a distance of about 300 miles. We pay f 100 if we cannot prove that we can save you MOJs EY on everything you buy. Vi e are saving the people of the Pacific Coast thousands of dollars every month. For full particulars, address, Gil bert Clements' Sons, 218 California St. San Francisce, Cal., Wholesale and Retailers of family Supplies. Thert) are more spoiled men and wo men than spoiled children only we do not hear so much about them. Boston Transcript When coming to San Francisco go to I Uwlnlrlffn T I ..... 1 tVU Ol.) T 1 ! . . . ' encan or European plan. Room and board $1.00 to $1.50 per day; rooms 50 cents to $1.00 per day ; single meals 25 cents. Free coach. Chas. Montgomery. The Berbers of Morocco are an inter esting blond race dispersed along the Atlas range. In the central Atlas they still call themselves "Berber" (plural Berebber), but the meaning of the word is uncertain. Perhaps it '8 the source of our word "barbarian." CTTC Permanently CurtJ. No fits or oerroua neu after first day's nee ot Dr J Kline's ercat Nerve Restorer, Bend for FREE 3.00 trial bottle ana treatise. PR. R. H. Kum, Ltd. 30 Arch St., Philadelphia. Pa. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CCRED By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is bv constitu tional remedies. IeHfness is caused by an in- , flamed condition of the mucous lininRSof the Eustachian Tube. When this tube frets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of ' the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness ii-ause bv catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Bold by Druggist. 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. I never used so quick a cure as Piso's Cure for Consumption. J. B. Palmer, Box 1171, Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 25. 1895. Pains and Aches Of Rheumatism flake Countless Thousands Suffer. But this disease is cured bv Hood's Sar- saparilla. which neutralizes the acid in the blood. If you have any symptoms of rheumatism take Hood's Sarsaparilla ut once and do not waste time and money on unknown preparations. The merit of Hood's Saasapariila is unquestioned and its record of curesuneqnalled. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla In America's Greatest Medicine lor rheumatism Hood's Pilla cure all liver ills. 25 cents "Auntie, has kitty got pins in her toes?" "I suppose so." "Don't you wish they were safety pins?" Truth. The easiest way to take the conceit Dut of an amateur is to induce him to become a professional. Brooklyn Life. She You never see my husband laugh it his own jokes. He No: but you can't blame him for that. Yonkers States man. He Oh, Miss Ethel, how can I ever tell you my love? She (wearily) You oiight try the long-distance telephone. Truth. Two of a Kind. "They say dreams go by contraries, do they not?" "Yes dreams and weather predictions." Puck. "Pa, what is a scheme?" "I can't de fine it, my son; but it is something which will fall through quicker than anything else on earth." ruck. His Injury. Attorney What ground have you for asking for a pension? Ap plicantWhy, when the engagement be San I lost my head. Harper's Bazar. Mrs. von Bloomer "My dear, those people will be here in an hour to din ner, and the cook has been at your whisky." "In that case I guess I'll Join her." Life. A Forecast. Laura Yes; Ida is en ?aged. Lillian She has met her match, has she? Laura Oh, no! I think the gentleman will find himself decidedly outclassed. Puck. "De trouble wif some men dat knows a heap," said Uncle Eben, "is dat dey nab sech a positive way o' tellin' it dat dey makes folks too mad to listen." Washington Star. She And do you really love me? He With all my heart! She And would you die for me? Her-Well no! You see. mine is a sort of undying love! Unsere Gesellschaft. Jealousy. "Is she very much in love?" "Much in love! Say! She heard some one say that all the world loves a lover, and she's been jealous ever since." Chicago Post. "Willison's wife is such a womanly man," said the gossipy boarder. "Poor Willison!", said the Savage Bachelor, and relapsed into his usual grim si lence. Cincinnati Enquirer. She Then you think the underground road would be a good thing fór the city? He Certainly. If It wasn't a good thing the city wouldn't have half so much trouble getting it. Truth. A Genuine Paradox. Freddie Mam ma, don't you wish it would rain dia monds? Mrs. Rich No. dear. If it should, people with money couldn't af ford to wear them. Jeweler's Weekly. Enamored Swain (after being acecpt ed) Darling, you look sweet enough to eat. Practical Maid Well, you can just bet that I do eat. I hope you didn't think that I lived on atmosphere alone. Chicago News. Hicks Bowers has been telling me some of his war experiences. Wicks I suppose you believed all his yarns? Hicks Oh, yes; they were so uninter esting I'm sure they must be true. Bostou Transcript. Young man (dining at his club) Don't you think, James, that these lonely din ners at the club drive a number of men to matrimony? Waiter Maybe, sir; but not so many as. matrimony drives to the club! Punch. The Invalid I thought Robinson would drop in. I wonder he hasn't call ed to see me. nis friend Well, I'll tell rou what I think. Mrs. Robinson prob ably won't let him sit up with any more sick friends. Puck. "Mary, I saw the baker kiss you to day. I think I shall go down and take the bread in future." " 'Twouldn't be no use, ma'am; he wouldn't kiss you, 'cos he promised he'd never kiss any body else but me." Ally Sloper. Mrs. Hicks I told you Mrs. Dix was envious of our new dining room furni ture, and you don't believe it. Hicks Has she been here and told you so? Mrs. Hicks No; but she sent over a box of boy's tools to-day to Dick. Odds and Ends. Neighbor Did that artist who board ed with you paint your doors and win nows? Farmer lie did not. At first he refused to do such common work, and after I had seen one of his pictures, refused to let him do it. Flicgende Blatter. Lady of the House (to bore, who gen erally calls when she is about to go shopping) Won't you let me ring for a little refreshment for you? Bore I think I'll take a little something just be fore. I go. Lady of the House Oh, then, do have it now! Punch. "Your brother soldier didn't seem any too glad to see you." "Oh, yes, he was glad enough, but It wouldn't be good discipline to show it too much. Didn't you notice the stripe up and down the leg of his pants? It's half an Inch wider than mine." Chicago Tribune. Visitor Johnny, how are you getting along with your geography In school? Small Boy Teacher says I'm doln great. Visitor Tell me, what is the capital of New York State? Small Boy I don't know, sir, but Havana la tht capital of Cuba. Roxburv Gatt. Time Enoagh to Seller. One day Eilly, that's my brother, he and Sammy Doppy was playin by a mudhole, and Billy he said: "Now, Sammy, le's play we was a I barnyard. You be the pig and lie down and woller, and I'll be a bull and beller like everything. " So they got down on their hands and ! knees, and Sammy he got in the mud ! and wollered, while Billy bellered like distant thunder Bimeby Sammy he I cum out muddy yon never see such a t muddy little feller and he said, "Now ! you be the pig, and let me beller. ' But i Billy said, "I ain't a very good pig i fore dinner, and it'll be time 'nuff for ' yon to beller when yer mother sees yer 1 ! close." -Scrap Book. I The Shortest Way. ' ! The shortest way out of an attack of : neuralgia is to use St. Jacobs Oil, which . affords not only a sure relief, but a prompt cure, it soothes, subdues and 1 ends the suffering. i Disgusted. I Old Lady (to driver of growler) I Now, driver, I want you to go very j j carefully. ; i "Certainly, mum." j ! "And not go racing with other cabs. " "No, mum." I I "And not go round the corners ! I quickly." j "No, mum." After the job the old lady, handing : him the exact fare, a sbilling, said: Í "You have driven me very carefully ! and well, and here is a shilling for ! you. Have yon driven a cab all your I life?" j "No, rrnm. I need to drive a hearse, ' and blest if I don't go back to it It's a j better game than this. I hope I'll drive ; yer again, mum." London Fun. STORIES OP RELIEF. Heroes of the J Wat with Spain (A thousand cf them , Me suf- rTing rTom lindeTinci dtv cases induced by l.fe in poisonous southern c&mpt A "v '"nil ur tn&noes of. y climate, ct of imperfect f nutrition caused by im proper and badly cooked food. Sleeping on the ground i" has doubtless developed JK rheumatism in hundreds i ho predisposed to V the disease. In such ca.se L e Boys of 98 may UKe cncToT thT "peTi g Heroes of the k Civil W&t. Hundreds of the Boys nh F '63 have testified to the i efficaxy of Dr. VYilliimV ÉC Pink Pills foT P&le People J m dTiving out maiivria,, O Theum&t iirv Anri nf ho. diseases, contracted durínn . , . and privation in th. A," tu !T " 'P ' i - - "liuinil These, pills are the best and privation in the AT my tonic in the world. ' Asa Robinson, of Mt. Stirling, m., is a veteran of the Civil war, having served in the fcjrd Pennsylvania Volunteers. He went to the war a vigor ous fanners boy and came back broken in health, a victim of sciatic rheu matism. Most of the time he was unfitted for manual labor of any kind and his suffenngs were at all times intense. He savs : "Nothing seemed" etLrn?tínt nUl3I,il threeiTRrs :"en mv attention was ? ,t05omí of ihe wonderfl cures effected bv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. 1 had not taken more than half a box when I noticed an improvement m my condition, and I keep on improving steadily To them lowe my restoration to health. They are a grand remedy." MU Stirling At fcll druggist, or Stnt. postpaid. on receipt of ovic 50t nr jtkj&zt -2ij-f &tr& Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkham. Mrs. Johs Williams, Enelishtown. N. J., writes: I " Dear Mes. Ptxkham: I cannot be gin to tell you how I suffered before 1 taking your remedies. I was so weak I that I couldhardly walk across the floor j without falling'. I had womb trouble and 6uch a bearing-down feeling ; also suffered with my back and limbs, pain in womb, inflammation of the bladder, piles and indigestion. Before I had taken one bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal better, and after taking two and one half bottles and half a box of your Liver Pills I was cured. If more would take your medicine they would not have to suffer so much." "Mrs. Joseph Petersojt, 513 East St, Warren, Pa., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pijtkham: I have suf fered with womb trouble over fifteen years. I had inflammation, enlarge ment and displacement of the womb. I had the backache constantly, also headache, and was bo dizzy. I had heart trouble, it seemed as though my heart was in my throat at times chok ing me. ' I could not walk around and I could not lie down, for then my heart would beat so fast I would feel as though I was smothering. I had to 6it up in bed nights in order to breathe. I was so weak I conld not do any thing. "I have now tak'en several bot tles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and used three pack ages of Sanative Wash, and can say I am perfectly cured. I do not think I could have lived long if Mrs. Pink ham's medicine had not helped me." Spmn lan-American woroi. Many English words are taken direct ly from tbe Spanish. When yon speak of a Piccadilly oollar, you are not using slang. The "piccadallo" is a oollar which at one time was worn by all men of position in Spain. A few years since many American cities boasted of companies of volunteer soldiers called grenadiers. The first grenadiers were in Grenada. Our marines, of whom we are specially prond just now, got their name by clip ping the last syllable off "marineros, which is tbe equivalent Spanish word. Rye bread without caraway seeds would not be rye bread at all. Caraway is a purely Spanish word, derived from "aleara hueya. " Tbe hammock on your veranda got its name from the Spanish "hamaca, ' although that is not purely a Spanish word. Colombns got it from the In dians 400 years ago. There are many other examples. "Banana," "apricot," "Canada," "duel" and "palaver" are all directly from the Spanish. Chicago Dispatch. St. St. St. St. St. Jacobs Oil curés Rheumatism. Jacobs Oil cures Neuralgia. Jacobs Oil cures Lumbago. Jacobs Oil cures Sciatica. Jacobs Oil cures Sprains. St. Jacobs Oil cures Bruises. St. Jacobs Oil cures Soreness. St. Jacobs Oil cures Stiffness. St. Jacobs Oil cures Backache. St. Jacobs Oil cures Muscular Aches. OWDER im p Something new. Not made of strong alkalies, but acorn bination of vegetable oils and Borax, pulverized as fine as flour. Made in California by white labor, and su perior to any Eastern washing powder. Send to us for a sample. For sale by all Grocers. New England Soap Co, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. OFFICE-307 SACRAMENTO STREET. BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... Iff AJÍ UFACTTnUX BY ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tr.VOTE TUEK1HE. YOUR LIVER Is It Wrong? Get it Right. Keep it Right. Uoore'i Revealed Remedy will do It. Three doeet -will make 70a leel better. Get It from your druggist or any wholesale drug bonce, or (rom Stewirt & Bolmei Drug- Co., Seattle ! Geographical Information. j "Well, what is an island?" asked the ' man upon being informed that his son ' had now taken up tbe study of geog ! rapby at school. j "Land entirely surrounded by wa ; ter, " replied the boy. 1 "That is not correct. ' said the man ' ."An island is land surrounded by wa- , ter on all sides except tbe upper side. ! ; Lana entirely surrounded by water is ! suburban real estate. " Detroit Jour- j ' naL Cupper In threw. Scientific investigations show that j the green color for which Parmesan and ; other Italian cheeses are remarkable is due to the fact that the acid milk is al lowed to stand in copper vessels, 25 samples of green Parmesan cheese show ing for each two pounds of cheese from 8 to 3.3 grains of copper. a correction. "We stated," eays the Plunkville Bugle, "that the gent now playing Othello at the opera honse let his hands hang around like a couple of miniature hams. He called on us yesterday in re gard thereto. With assistance of the pressman aDd tbe shoemaker who occu pies tbe room adjoining The Bugle office we ejected him, but not until he had landed on us with a hand that showed the use of the word 'miniature' to have been a serious mistake. " In dianaDolis Journal. Schilling's Best J; pan Ceylon Ergl.sh Ereakfast Oo'cn ideal Blend Tea htm v. - vp vjt-K r. 9 riat.sr MlKTIFlfRA SEEOUHtfpH NEW MULTIFLORA ROSES. With seed of these new Kokcs, plants may he had in bloom in W days frr-in time of sowing. I'iant at any time. They emw quh-kly ami flowers appettr in laryo quantity. Perfectly hitnly In the carden, where they lilooni all summer. In pots they Moom lwth summer and winter. Prom a packet of seed one will get Hoses of various colors white, pink, crimnon. etc. no two alike, and very sweet. Send us 10 cpdCs and the names of 5 or more people whom you know buy needs or plants. Ami we will mail you a packet of this Koe s.'ed with mir treat Colored l1nfe fntnloitae of Serrits HiiIum, Flnnts ami It are Mew Fruit p. JOHN LEWIS CHILDS, Floral Park, H. Y. P. N. TT.L. A. LUHtS HKtKh All HSh lHS. Ben CouKb Bjrup. Tutes Good. Cae in tira. (oia ty dnuHtfKtn. M 5 0 I TPirSMfc- liUth,l.,l.,t.,k,U,l,l,.ÜlUfa This Paper is Printed With NATHAN'S NEWS INK in rrayinfr rronom v in piipst " cultivation wanted on inferiorN M seeds always larvelv exceeds th Í original cost of the best seeda to be bad. The best is always the cheapest. Pay a trifle more for SEEDS always ret Tour money's worth. Five cents per paper i everywnere. a l way n tne dfni dwi Annual zree. w Uetrolu Mlefc. CURE YOURSELF! Vse Bis for nntrntural discharges, mil a Dictations, I irritations or ulceration of mucous membranes. Paiulens. and not astrin THEcVAlS UHEMT HuO. Ql op Poisonous. E.NCWNILTl.C MtTTW GaartvBttvd msb w cot tm mctrs. 1 .1 m Mia by Urartj-uta, l. 2- I or nt In plain wrapper, irm xprv, pn-patil, lor l nn. 3 l"tlln, J,75. v. a. Circular lent oa requeat. Remember 18978? Dry season, wasn't it ? Maybe next year will be dry, too, then what? Better send TO-DAY for our Catalog we've sold 1,600 pumping plants. Hercules Gas Enqine Works 303 MARKET ST, San Francisco, C&l.