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A wealthy lady recently lost a satchel containing jewels worth $l.íO,OOÜ, anil now offers a reward of f-JO.OUO cash to the tinder. The loss of health is far more serious than the loss of jewls, and yet it can be recov ered without paving big rewards. A little nionev invested in Hostetter'a Stomach Hitters will restore strength to the weak, purify the blood, establish regularity of the bowels and help the stomach to prop erly digest the food taken into it. Comparing Kotesj. "My family can't help feeling a lit tle croud of bavinc been carried over by the Mayflower," said the young wo man who was visiting in Chicago. "Is that so?" answered the youvg man interestedly. -'None of our folks ever went into the florist business What L-ronehr n throuch was wheat." .Trifling that Costs. There ia a way of trifling that costs a heap of money. Neglect rheumatism and it may put one on crutches, with loss of time and money. St. Jacobs Oil will cure it surely, right away. The Kiddle Solved. Little Marie I know what 18k. in a 'gagemeut ring means. Algernon What? j,mie Aiarie me Kisses it tanas to pUn get engaged. Jewelers Weekly. lie What is this, dear? She round cake. He Isnt it rather small for its weight? Indianapolis Journal. M';ss Passe Yes. this is my twenty third birthday. Miss Costhpie How history repeats Itself : Town Topics. Molly I wonder why those chickens are called leghorns. Dolly Don't you see the little horns on their ankles? Brooklyn Life. j "There's a lady pianist at the museum I who plays with her toes."' "Umph! ! That's nothing; my baby does that!" I Yonkers Statesman. "You look nice enough to eat," ex i claimed thp youth. "And so I do," re ; plied the maiden, "three times a day." j Ohio State Journal, j Tommy--"Why are single women j called spinsters?" Pa "I expect it's I because they are always spinning a j web to catch a lain, my boy." London The Ruling: Passion. A celebrated musical critio was re cently married in church, and after the ceremony, as the wedding procession marched down the aisle, tbe organist played the wedding march from "Lo hengrin." When near the door, the bridegroom stopped in tbe march and addressed the wondering assembly thus: "I know I am committing a breach of etiquette as well as propriety in do ing this, but I am not to blama It is Lcavinc It to the Jury. A story is told of a judge who' up to bis death sat on the crown side on tbo South Wales circuit. Counsel for the defense once asked leave to address the jury in Welsh, and, the case being a simple one, permission was given with 1 ont demur. He said but very few j words; the judge also did not think I much comment was necessary, but was I somewhat startled by a prompt verdict of acquittal. MES. PINKHA3TS ADVICE. What Mrs. Nell Hurst has to Say About It. my mental organization wmcn fias be- ; vvnat was it, fie arterwara in come ineffably sensitive by reason of quired, "that counsel' said to the jury?" the critical nature of my duties." 1 "Oh, be just said: 'This case, gentle- Then be drew from the pocket of his I men, lies in a nutshell. Yon see your dress coat a well thumbed copy of the j oelves exactly how it stands. The jndge score of "Lohengrin." Opening it at j is an Englishman, the prosecuting coun the march, he went over to the organist ' sel is an Englishman, tbe complainant and Eaid: ' ! is an Englishman. But you are Welsh, "What offended my ear was tbe fact : and I am Welsh, and the prisoner is that in tbe seventeenth bar of the da Welsh. Need I say more? I leave it all capo passage you flatted very badly, ' co you. " . and in the . andante movement you The judge did not allow the experi slurred the appoggiatura. Now," put- j ment to be repeated of addresses to the ting his finger upon the passage, "let : jury in a vernacular which he did Dot us try that again." i understand. London Mail. Once more the organ pealed forth, No household is complete without a bottle ol the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It i a pure and wholsome stimulant receommened by all physicians. Don't neglect this necessity. One Drawback. "I have a splendid ear for musio, " said the complacent young man. "Yes," auswered Miss Cayenne re gretfully, "but you don't sing with your ear. " Washington Star. TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE A powder to be shaken in the shoes. At this 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 callous spots. Re lieves corns and bunions of all pain and is ! I've a certain cure for Chilblains.bweating.damp or frosted feet. We have over thirty thous and testimonials. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Trial package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olm sted, Le Roy, X. Y. Manager If young Gotrox backs that play of yours he is a fool. Miss Foot lites That's all. ripht. Fools rush in where angels fear ' tor tread. Town Topics. Mrs. Dangle They say that half the world doesn't know how the other half lives. Bangle Then It must be they don't read the patent medicine testi monials. Judge. Pupil What, in your opinion, profes sor, is the most difficult mathematical problem? Poor Professor (grimly) Trying to make both ends meet, my dear sir. Tid-Bits. "You know, after all," said the young father, "a baby does brighten up the house." Single Skeptic "I daresay; noticed the gas burning late in It costs $G25 a year to keep up tbe gilded coach of tbe lord mayor of Lon don. It weighs four tons and was built in .1757, long before carriage springs were in general usa The body bangs on four straps. To Cure a Cold ia One Day. Take Laxativa Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. All 25c Figures have been collected in a suburb of Berlin showing that 44 per cent of all the children work two to three boars at home before school hours. When coming to San Francisco go to Brooklyn Hotel, 208-212 Bush Street. Am erican 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 cod fisheries of Newfoundland have been followed for nearly 400 years. They greatly exceed those of any other country in the world. The average ex port of cod is about 1,350,000 cwt. per annum. Columbus Buggy Company ."loving to Timothy Tentb Streets. Hopkins' Armory Building, Market and and this time tbe player, conscious that tbe great critic was listening to him, accomplished his duty with credit to ' himself and to the great satisfaction of . the critic. Pick Me Up. j . i . A Postal Joke. A west eider recently approached a . certain postoffice official. His face was ! serious ; so was his voice. "Say," he said. "I don't think it's ' right for yon to make your letter car- j riera do double duty. " What do yoa mean?" exclaimed tbe official. "Why, we've got a carrier over onr way who is at it day and night." "At what?" 'Why, he carries mails all day, and then has an extra ' male to carry at night" The official looked puzzled. "That's queer, " he said. "I'll inquire into it." Then his face brightened up. "Hold on," he cried. "What does that night mail weigh?" "About nine pounds, " said the citi zen with a hoars9 chuckle. The official grinned. "Guess he'll have to stand it," he said. "It's just a short route, yon know.' Cleveland Plain Dealer. St. Jacobs Oil cures Rheumatism. St. Jacobs Oil cures Neuralgia. St. Jacobs Oil cures Lumbago. St. Jacobs Oil cures Sciatica. St. 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. RoDKh on the Solons. i It was in Maine that an outspoken j parson of the old school prayed: "O Lord, have compassion on onr bewilder ed representatives and senators. They have been sitting and ' sitting and have hatched nothing. O Lord, let them arise from their ne&ts and go home and all the praise shall be thine." VXXAXXJ.XJ,AXJXJ.Xj,XXXXXXJ,4.? -J1 A.. .,1 .... i. . ii'i ii i u ninnwtnrv tins rwf-ll v.tteti up especially for A. G. and J. (. Glenn, Pacific Coast agents for the Colum bus Bugjy Company. Several carloads now en route and to arrive during the month of February. Enaln Fasha'a Consolation. - Amid all my recent troubles and trials I have bad one great consolation. I have discovered a largish cat, hitherto unknown to naturalists. It will arouse considerable interest in Europe. "Life and Work of Emin Pasha." FITS Permanently Cured. Xo fits or aervoas sHJ ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Serve Restorer. Send for FREE 82. oo trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kune, Ltd. 930 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I LrcAS Cocnty. j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HCXDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use oi Hall's Catarrh O re. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 18s6. A. V. GLEASON. seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Send for testimonials, F. J. CHENEY i CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the belt. We will forfeit $1,000 if any of our pub lished testimonials are proven to be not genuine. The Piso Co., Warren, Pa. your room recently." Moonshine. He "What lovely flowers. Do you know, they remind me of youV" She "Why, they are artificial." He "Yes, I know; but it requires close examina tion to detect it." Chicago News. A servant girl in a Birmingham fam ily was taken to task for oversleeping herself. "Well, ma'am," she said, "I sleep very slow, and so it takes me a long while to get me night's rest." Tit Bits. First member musical committee "Ioes the new soprano's voice fill the church?" Second member "Hardly. The ushers tell me there are always vacant seats in the gallery." Detroit Journal. "Well, I'm glad o' one thing. Our Jim seems to have good religious com p'ny." "How is that, mother?' "His last letter says he's couiin' home in a converted yacht." Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I see," said the elderly boarder, "that the paper says that the foe re treated doggedly. I wonder what sort of retreat that was?" "Presumably," said the Cheerful Idiot, "they took to their barks." Indianapolis Journal. Judge "You are accused of stealing six reams of paper, three gallons of ink, and five gross of pens. What have you to say?" Prisoner "Your honor, I am a novelist, and I was merely col lecting material for a new story."-r-Puck. Traveling Man A chop and a cup of coffee, quick! My train leaves in twen ty minutes. Waiter Yes. sah. Seventy-five cents, sab. Traveling Man Do you want pay In advance? Waiter Yes, sah. Yo' may be gone befo' it's cooked, sah. "I have aninvention which will revo lutionize the world," said the boaster. "There ought to Ik? a great demand for something like that in Central and South America,' replied the matter-of-fact man. rittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. - "And these places where you vote," said the gentleman from Europe, "you call them the polls?". "Yes," said the North Carolina citizen, "we call 'em that. But the warmth around here makes 'em seem a good deal more like equators." Washington Star. Burglar Bill (to his new cell-mate) j ou JUU ic a int. Kin, nic jc, u jjui j sumr herp for stenlin! nlnnnv? Well (Guaranteed Cnre for Grip. Catarrh and Con sent nere ler stealing a pianny i en, i slln)ption. A11 i,r,ipgists, .oo. w. h. smith, ye won't do much musical practlcin in Buffalo, N. Y., sole proprietor. dls place, I'll bet. Newcomer Oh, I ! don't know. If I get hold of a file I'll Wompn Whv fiiifTVr 4 -i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 Shooting: Dreams. A writer speaks of the persistent pe culiarity in his dreams of not beirjg able, after game was sighted, to fire the gun, and has often wondered if this happens with other dreamers. My own experience coincides with his, and I think may be too general to be peculiar. An older brother, however, once had a different experience. Tbe gun of our earlier boyhood davs was an old flint lock queen's arm that had the power to I ohnnt rtff a Iniq inn anil an nlmnct pnnftl i - T . 1 ! ' , 1 T1 reverse iorce. it was toe iqoj as w en m as the terror of our young lives, and j was carried over tbe New Hampshire hills with heroic feelings. . One night, in the stillness of the later hours, there was a tremendons jar in our sleeping room, as if a heavy body had been violently thrown down. Pater familias, aronsed by the shock, came rushing in just as my brother, in a semisomnolent condition, was slowly gathering himself up from the floor to regain his place in bed, from which he bad dropped a moment before. Father I exclaimed, "Bill, what is the matter?" I I to wbicb Bill drowsily replied, "I I dreamed I fired the old gun and it kicked j me ont of bed." It was emphatic j enough to him to be peculiar.- True Greatness In Medicine Is proved by the health of the people who have takenit. Morepeoplehave been made well, more cases of disease and sick ness have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla than by airy other medicine in the world. The pecul iar combination, propor tion and process in its preparation make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar to itself and unequalled by any other. Dear Mrs. Pinkbam: When I wrote to you I had not been well for five years; had doctored all the time but got no better. I had womb trouble very bad. My womb pressed backward, causing piles. I was in such, misery I could scarcely walk across the floor. Men struation was irregular and too pro fuse, was also troubled with leucorrhcea. I had given up all hopes of getting well; everybody thought I had consumption. After taking five bottles of Iydia E. Pink ham's Vegeta ble Compound, I felt very much better and was able to do nearly all my own work. I continued the use of your medi cine, and feel.that I owe my recovery to you. I cannot thank you enough f oryour advice and your wonderful medicine. Any one doubting my statement may write to me and I will gladly answer all inquiries. Mrs. Nell Hurst, Deep water, Mo. Letters like the foregoing, con stantly being received, contribute not a little to the satisfaction felt by Mrs. Pinkham that her medicine and counsel are assisting women to bear their heavy burdens. Mrs. Pinkham'saddressisLynn, Mass. All suffering women are invited to write to her for advice, which will be given without charge. It . is an ex perienced woman's advice to women. ' v V'7 SURE CURE FOR PiLES. ITCH IK 3 Pile produce moisture and cause itching. This form, u well u Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Pile arecured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy Stops itobintr and bleeding. Absorbs tnmora. SUc a Jar at druggists or sent by msiL Trratue free. Writ ma about your mm DB. BOSANKO. Pnilads Pa. X 1 In buying seeds rroninv im rxtrsT . - nvnnrp." DecnuBe inn con S Fol cultivation wanted on inferior B m bmkIb ilwavft larvelv exceeds thm Ibe had. The best ia always tbe cheapest. Pay a trifle more for FERRY'S ana Klway get your money! f iorth. rive cents pr paper g everywhere. Al way the Offi. reen Annual ;ree. r f.KKY Ar t'O- ixti-oit. nick. S N BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... M A TTJFACT U RED BY ... CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. tf-XOTE TIIK NAME. Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww WWWWWWWW I A Sudden Turn. Bv a sudden turn we mav give a twist 'and bring on lumbago. By a piomptl use oí M. Jacobs Uii the twist lets go ! and the muscle become straight and strong. His Enviable Lot. Mr. Pitt Since your friend Blinking married Miss Bonds he has been lead ing the life of a dog. Mr. Penn I'm sorry for him. "I'm not. " "Don't yon sympathize with him?" "Not at all. lie has nothing to do but eat, sleep and amuse himself. It's the life of a pet pn? dog be leads " Pittsburg Chronicle-Telearaph. Cutler's CarMate of Wine. THE TRESTLE BOARD." tl PER year; weekly. 5 cents; monthly, 10 cents. Solil by all newsdealers. Ortice, 40 Cal ifornia St.. Ban Francisco, Cal. OR. GUM M S IMPROVED LIVER PILLS ONE FOR ADOSE. Core Sick Headache and Dyspepsia, Remove Pimples and Purify tha Blood, Aid Digestion andPreTent Biliousness. Do not Grip or Sicken. Toconyince youwewill mail sample free, or full box for 25c. TK. BOSANKO CO., Fhllaula., Penna. Sold by Druggists. P. N. IT. L. A. No. 77 Jlcfl-IMll;iajl;i r.UBtS WrttAt ALL USE IA LS. Best uoukb syrup, 'i-asiea uooa. IB time, rwnn nr arng-fnsta. frf.lJMIlSliMI. wdb Use PJ Í3ETÍJ probably try a few bars. Exchange. "I'm ready," shouted tbe speaker, "to meet calmly any emergency that may arise." At this moment the platform collapsed and the speaker exhibited great perturbation. "How about that one?" they asked him later. "That one did not arise." Indianapolis Journal. "Now that jou've got your dog again," said the rough-looking man, pocketing the reward, "you might ask me if I wouldn't like something to drink." "You forget, sir," sternly re plied the owner of the animal, "that I said in my advertisement, "no ques tions asked." Chicago Tribune. Farmer Jones "You want a job, eh? I never seen the likes uv you looking fer a job before." Weary Wrambler "Oh, It's a mere fad with me! I want a job fer de same reason tlat Ladies go slumming I want ter mix right in wid yer family, and git morally shocked, and see jest how de odder half lives, and all dat" Puck. When you can buy for one dollar a positive and quick cure for diseases peculiar to your sex ? MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY Will cure you three doses will give relief. It contains no alcohol, or other t-pirits, no qui nine or poisonous drugs easy and pleasant to take. One dollar per bottle at your druggists. iJELItr FRENCH A . for , . rEMjLS Wl I M I" I Particulars and testl. II VFITIftlv montáis In plain sealed letter Maii.ro Frkb. FRENCH DRUG CO., 38 1 383 Pearl St.. Mew York O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o A 01 everybody you know to no IV save their tin tags for you The Tin Tags taken from Horseshoe, "J. T.," Cross Bow, Good Luck and Drummond Natural Leaf will pay for any one or all "of this list of desirable and useful things and you have your good chewing tobacco besides. Every man, woman and child in America can find something on this list that they would like to have and can have FREE ! Write your name and address plainly and send every tag you can get to us mentioning the number of the present you want. Any assortment of the different kinds of tags mentioned above will be accepted as follows : TAGS 1 Match Box, quaint design, im ported from Japan 25 2 Knife, one blade, good steel 26 3 Scissors -nch, eood steel . 25 4 Child's Set, Knife, Fork and Spoon 25 5 Salt and Pepper, one each, quad ruple plate on white metal 50 6 Razor, hollow ground, fine English steel 50 7 Butter Knife, triple plate, best quaL 60 9 SugarShell,tripleplate,bestqualuy 60 9 Stamp Box, sterling silver ?. 70 10 Knife, "Keen Kutter,"two blades 70 11 Butcher Knife, "Keen Kutter," 8-inch blade 75 12 Shears, " Keen Kutter," 8-inch, nickel 75 13 NutSet,Crackerand6 Picks,silver 80 14 Nail File, sterling silver, amethyst set, 6-inch 100 15 Tooth Brush, sterling stiver, ame thyst set, 6-inch 100 16 Paper Cutter, sterling silver, ame. thyst set, 7-inch 100 17 Base Ball, "Association." best quaL 100 18 Watch, stem wind and set, guaran- teed good time keeper 200 TAGS 19 Alarm Clock, nickel, warranted . . 200 20 Carvers, buckhom handle, good steel 200 21 Six Rogers' Teaspoons, best qual. 225 22 Knives and Forks, six each, buck- . horn handles 250 23 Clock, 8-day, Calendar, Thermom eter, Barometer 500 24 Stove, Wilson Heater, size No. 30 or No. 40 500 25 Tool Set, not playthings, but real tools 660 26 Toilet Set, decorated porcelain, very handsome 800 27 Watch, solid silver, full jeweled . 1000 28 Sewing Machine, first class, with all attachments 1500 29 Revolver, Colt's, best quality 1600 30 Rifle, Winchester, 16-shot, 22-cal.l500 31 Shot Gun, double barrel, hammer- less, stub twist 2000 32 Guitar (Washburn), rosewood, in laid with mother-of-pearl 2000 33 Bicycle, standard make, ladies' or cents' 2500 BOOKS 30 choice selections same as last year's list, 40 tags each. This offer expires November 30,1899. Address all your Tags and the correspondence about them to DRUMMOND BRANCH, St. Louis, Mo. O ( ( ( ( ( o o o o o C) i o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o () o M M UttsvrtvniMJ 111 CINCIHMTI.O CURE YOURSELF! Use Bit Ai for nnnjtt tir.l discharges, liiüammatious, irritations ur ulcmti.ina i strlaturc. of mucous membranes. 'u coouc:oa. Painless, and not astria- lTHEtHSCHflllCLC0. nt m Poisonous. MM s7 Uranista, "or sent in plain wrapper, bv eXDreM. nrenaiil f.. fi no, or 3 bottles, Circular sent on nxiuesL U WW WW WW WW WWW WWW WW VTW WW WW WW Insure your Crop now It's easy and cheap and sensible, In fact you can't afford not to. One of our pumping plants don't cost very much but will pump oceans of water. Send for catalog. Hercules Gas Engine Works 305 MARKET ST, San Francisco, CaL