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wonder it is mat some women are no heedless about the things that con cern them most. They endure nil 6ort4 of pain and miery with care lessness which i would never be possible if thev f re allied taa consequences. Comparatively few women understand that when they neglect thavir health because they are too busy or overworked or their minds are taken up with other concerns, that they are balancing on the edge of a fatal precipice. Any weakness or dis ease of woman's special organism is no trifling matter. A woman who through indifference ' neglects" these' troubles is laying the (bun - dation for life-long wretchedness. A modest woman naturally recoils from the mortifying ordeal of examinations and local treatment which doctors insist upon. But there is no necessity for any such re- -pugnant alternative. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription cores these delicate complaints positively and completely. It is a medicine devised for this particular purpose by one of the most eminent of living specialists in 'woman's diseases. Dr. Pierce has been for nearly 30 years chief-consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N.- Y. During this time he has received ' fully ninety thousand letters from women who have been cured by the " Favorite Pre cription." Some of these letters are printed by permission in one chapter of Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page book, "The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser." It contains advice and suggestions for 6clf treatment which every woman ought to Vad. More than half a million copies have ' been sold at f 1.50 each. An absolutely free edition in paper covers will be sent for a limited time to anyone sending 21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only. Ad dress World's Dispensary Medical Associa- ' tion, Buffalo, N. Y. For a handsome cloth bound copy send 31 stamps. The Christian should not become discour aged Ik cause the devil Is still working at his trade. Millions uf Cook Hooks (Uvea Away. Tli ore is one large hoiic in this Country that has taken business on its turn and means to ride in on the rising tide. Alive to thcsijjnsof ietter tinnes and to the best inteiests of the pecple. they are now circulating ainon fami lies a valuable publication known as TlIK ClIAKI.KS A. VtKil l.r K CoMTANV's 'COOKKKV UtMK AMI lkniK OF fOMK)l!T AM) Hkai.tii, which contains very choice information on the subject of cooking. Keceipts for the preparation of pood, substantial and dainty dishes, prepared especially for it by a tending authority, will be found in its pages. Much care has been taken in its prep aration and distribution, with the hope that it will be just the thing needed for housekeepers, and just the thing needed also for the care of the health . and household. As a Cookery I look it will be invaluable to keep on hand for reference. It also contains lull information in regard to the great remedies of this house, which provide against provide .against Ixxlily ailments especially the the Master Cure for Pains and Aches, St. Jacobs Oil. To give some idea of the labor and expense of this output, more than 200 tons of paper have been used in its pub- . lication, and at the rate of 00,000a day, it has taken several months for the , issue. The book can be had of druggists everywhere, or by enclosing a Ce. stamp to The Charles A. Vogeler Com pany, 15altimore, Md. How many fathers and mothers make re ))j;ion such a cruel thing that children hate it. SIOO Reward. SI (M). The readers of this pacr will be .pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in allits stapes, and t. H is catarrh. Malls Catarrh Cure Is the omv positive cure now known to the int-Oical fraternity. Catarrh Veins a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken mlernallv. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem, thereby desimviNp the foundation cf the disease, and gmng the patient strength bv buildinp up the constitution and assisting nature 111 Ooanc its work. The proprietors ha ve much failn in Its cura tive powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars lor anv case that it falls to cure send for li.-l ol testimonial. Address. V .1 CI I K.N KY &C( , Toledo, Sold bv drup:iiv .':. Hall s Family J'tlls are the best. Men who have seen a pood deal o1 Hi don't always end bv choosing wive- well. Consumption is the natural result of .a neglected cold. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine S3TUP cures coughs, bronchitis, asthma and lung troubles of ail sorts down to the very borderland of con sumption. There are people w ho never care tor music except when they play the first hddlc. "llurdock lllood Hitters entirely cured nie of a terrible breaking out all over my body. It is a wonderful medi cine."'' Miss Julia Klbridge, lox 3. West Corn.well. Conn The trouble with a pre.it many young men Istheyareinamad hurry to pet rich I. a lie's Fvmily Sledlcine Moves the bowels each day In order to be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures tick headache. Price 2.c and ('e. In sleep w hen fancy Is let loose to p!av. our dreams ott repeat w ishes of the day Itching Piles, night's horrid plague, is instantly relieved and permanently cured by Doan's Ointment. Your dealer ought to keep it. The person who does not know how to end a story should never try to tell one. Mm. Window'! Sootlilng ayr-ip f r InMren teething, aof lena I hoc u in rednr loflam jr.i'ion, allay pain, turn witul colic. Zi reota t tiot'.lo Do not lauph artificially at mere trifles jeople will not love you If you do. PITS atopped free and permanently c ured. Noflta ftiet fir-t day a u of lr. Kline's Ureal Nere Ureeaflrer. ee 12 trial bottle aiil treatiae. . AM j-endtoDa Kn.a. 3l Arch M.. I'hiladelphla, fa Woman's met fascinating charm ! her naturalness Cot'i Coach Balaam It Ike eMt and bet li mil break rp Cold qnlckat ttenao-toir.-:tie. It Uaiwtj a reliable. Try it. Men never like gloomy or cynical women AVrtr billious or costive, eat a Caicaret. candv cathartic, cure euaranteed, 10c. 5Sc- A Bin of a moment may blight a whole life. Cascartt stimulate liver, kidneys and fceweli Nwr Kkf n. VTrAken or gripe, joe- tm n j 1 m Sl f'm . shK mm vi 7 W'MIW - 1 9 ROMANCE OF A VALENTINE, g It was the fourteenth day of February and the lovely Estelle was sitting In "ber luxurious boudoir when a package was handed her which she opened and exclaimed with innocent delight: "It Is a valentine!" How exquisite this wreath of hand painted roses delicately tinted, as all tea-roses should he'. And this little pocket! What can it contain? A ring. Amazing. And written on it thi3 mot to: "Think of me." There are no Cup ids, with hows and arrows, and lines, rhyming with love and dove, charms and alarms, rain and pain, etc. but a neat blank verse expressing regard and admiration, and conveying no hint of the donor or other information than that he was one unknown to her, who for the loves of art and travel, which had always ruled his life, would soon be far away on the other side of the blue waves. Estelle took the ring from Its hiding place and slipped It on her finger, curi ous to know If It fitted, then her maiden modesty suggested that she ought not to accept and wear a gift from an un known giver and she withdrew it quickly from her finger and determin ed to return It. Rut now the question arose: to whom? where? After reasoning with her conscience she again put in on her finger. It fitted nicely and produced a mysterious pre sentiment of coming bliss, and a sensa tion about her heart which she had never known before painted her cheek with the lovely color of the tea roses on her valentine, and she said emphatic ally, "He shall be my Ideal; I can con struct him as I like I shall make him as handsome as Apollo and as gifted; and who can chide me If I become a hero worshiper?" And he only asks that I think of him. Her soliloquy and state of curiosity were Interrupted by a friend and com rade of the art school, Mrs. Ilird. a widow lady of wealth and an enthus 1st about art, like herself, whose er rand was to propose a Journey together to the cradle of art. Estelle was only too glad to accompany ber and accept ed without hesitation. A feeling she could not account for prevented her from showing her valentine or speak ing until Ions afterward of the little talisman that now seemed almost like a betrothal ring. The congenial friends made their trip a series of delights and would have regretted reaching their destination o soon if they had not been Just in time for cue of those annual fetes which the American club of artUts delight to celebrate. As they were speeding along on their pleasure Jaunt seated on the deck of a comfortable beat watching their com panions and enjoying a delicious breeze and the varied scenery mountain, crag, castle, monastery and dark forest Estelle observed a picturesque look ing young man, artistically dressed, as suited the occasion, gazing with a sur- V JV JL. 1 'HER. ARTIST FRIEND. prised and earnest look at herself. His rich brown hair and glowing eyes of the same color reminded her of her ideal, the beautiful hero whom her im agination had created, and she felt the finger encircled by the mysterious ring give a little throb In unison with her heart beat. At this moment to her sur prise her friend Mrs. Dird gave him a mile and nod of recognition and before she had time to recover from her confusion of mind, Mrs. Dird requested permission to Introduce ber artist si 1 --ir-3-, f',r ' : l ( rri ft mm 1 J friend, Henry St. Leger, and she very soon found herself absorbed In conver sation with the most attractive man she had ever met. Dut it was long after this, on another St. Valentine day, when the artist friends homeward bound, sat gazing down Into the dark blue waves that she. laughingly gave an account of her first valentine and the little circlet of gold, which she observed, but did not know why, attracted his attention and excited his curiosity, that he ventured to tell of his long years' study and self denial, whilst at the same time he had followed and worshiped a star which he thought too far above him to be ob tained, but which he now, by the aid of St. Valentine, hoped would ever more be his guiding spirit. E. A St. Valentine IHnnrr. The New York Herald offered a prize of $23 for the best design in table deco rations for a St. Valentine dinner of six. A large number of drawings were submitted, and the prize was awarded to the design herewith presented. The table is seven feet by four and a half. The cloth is white satin damask and the center-piece a diamond shaped. THE DINNER TADLE. plate glass mirror, eighteen inches long by fourteen wide. Hearts fit about this outlined as solidly as possible In red carnations. Within the hearts stand five branched silver candelabra, with red candle-shades. Three small heart shaped cut glass dishes filled with heart-shaped chocolates, peppermints and wlntergreens, and one with salted almonds, are placed near the candel abra. At the corners of the table are flat looped bows of satin ribbon.five inches wide, with long ends reaching to the bottom of the table cloth. On each bow is placed a slender cut glass vase, eight een inches high, with twelve American Beauty roses arranged carelessly. The ribbon should match the roses. From the chandelier four ribbon streamers, four Inches wide, of the same shade, are suspended and fastened on to a rose in.each vase. In the center a carrier dove is hung, with a small white en velope attached to Its neck by a silver cord. At each cover are four forks, four spoons, two knives and five glasses, for water, champagne, claret, sherry and cordial. On the napkin is placed a white linen picture frame, heart-shaped and embroidered with solid red hearts, outlined in gold. In them may be in serted either the dinner cards or a suit able valentine verse, but who knows if there might not one day be slipped Into some of these pretty favors the present ment of that very face which maidens long to dream' of on St. Valentine's Eve? . To secure the vases to the table, a simple device may be employed. Sew a piece of kid the size of the standard of the vase, in the center of each bow, then sew each in turn firmly to the tablecloth, and underneath, to the same place, sew a piece of tape in the middle, leaving the ends to tie to the legs of the table or tack underneath." Mix plaster of paris with water to the consistency of cream, moisten the kid with water and spread a thin layer of the plaster over it. If the vase is placed thereon and held firmly till the plaster sets, no unpleasant disaster like overturning it need be dreaded. Overexertion on the football field caused the death of Joseph Kapp of Brooklyn. N. Y. &2 f DAILY DOING i OF CON CHESS. Sknatk :j7th day Tito eonforenco report on the immigration bill and a roiiserjuent dUcussUm, the lonjj-drawn-. out Nicaragua canal bill d'buti, and a resolution by Mr. (.'handler oeeupied the day. The latter declares that "the efforts of the govern men t should be steadily directed to secure and main tain the use of silver as well us pohl as standard money with the free coinage of both tinder a system of bimetallism to be established through international 'agreement, with such safeguards of legislation us will insure the parity of value of the metals tit u fixed ratio." lIotsK The diplomatic, and consular appropriation bill was passed and the District of Columbia appropriation bill taken up ami discussed. Sknatk 38th day After a brief par liamentary struggle the friends of the Nicaragua canal bill were unable to hold a quorum and sit out the obstruc tion to that measure. Mr. Vilas had continued his speech in opposition, this being his third successive day. No other business was attempted. HorsK The contested election case of Cor nett vs. Swanson, from the Fifth Vir ginia district, oeeupied the day and was decided in favor of Swanson. Sk.vatk. 3'.Hh day. Mr. Morrill endeavored to pass the bill prohibiting the use of intoxicants in the capitol building. This aroused the opposition of Mr. Hill, -of New York, who de nounced the busy-bodies who in spired the bill. He prolonged the de bate until its time had expired and the Nicaragua canal bill was taken up, Mr. Vilas continuing his opposition. The immigration bill was recommitted to conference. Hoi'sk. The Dis trict of Columbia appropriation bill absorbed the time of the session. Sknatk loth day Richard R. Kenny was admitted to the Delaware seat va cated many months ago by Mr. Ilig gins, and which has since then been the subject of continuous controversy. This effects no essential change in party strength, but Kenny's title will lie attacked later on by the Republic ans, on the ground thut his creden tials, while prima , facie correct, came from a legislature fraudulently elected. The Nicaragua canal bill was discussed by Mr. Caffery, of Louisiana, in oppo sition, and the pension calendar was cleared by the passage of .10 bills. Hoi"tK. The day was devoted to pri vate pension bills. Sknatk 4 1st day No business was transacted, but three measures were discussed without taking action the l'dcitic railways reorganization, the Nicaragua canal, and the Cameron res olutions for the recognition of Cuba. IIoiSK The District of Columbia ap propriation bill was the principal measure under discussion. SENATE 42d day The senate wa in executive Mssion most of the day con sidering the Anglo-American arbitra tion treaty. The bill rearranging the judicial districts of Texas was passed over the President's veto by the ma jority of 57 to 1. IIot sK The whole day was devoted to District, of Colum bia business and eight bills of inoro vr les importance were passed. NEWSY CONDENSATIONS. The wife of John Corf, threw her children into ilie Yellowstone river, near Dig Timber, Mont., and then jumped in after them. All were d rowned. The Northwestern National bank, of (iteat Falls. Mont., one of the oldest institutions in the state, has sus pended, owing to a defalcation on tin part of Cashier Denton D. Hatcher of SI 80.000. Senator Merriam, of Vanlluren, doe not think the Filigree bills for a ' cent passenger fare on railroads, and for local taxation of railroad property, will pass, but has great hopes for his bill to jaise Hie specific tax on railroad prop erty throughout the state. A Cautou special says Judge (loff. of Maryland, who was slated for a posi tion in McKinley's cabinet, has de clined the honor, owing to his wife's health. The question of who thall be the southern representative in the cab inet is now opened again with a dozen prominent candidates. The United States government is rapidly accumulating a collection of useless war vessels, the latest acquisi tion being the new monitor Puritan which proved unseaworthy in her dock trial. The battleship Indiana has sud denly returned to Hampton .roads and it is reported IhatShe cannot be han dled in a blow. The Detroit pension oflice lias been discontinued by order of President Cleveland, together with nine others in various parts of the country. Sec-j retary 01 me interior i rancis recom-. mended this move on the ground that it would reduce the cost of disbursing pensions $1.0,000 per year. Payments formerly made from Detroit will be! made from Indianapolis. I (real Ilrilain and France are at odds over the Egyptian campaign, the lat ter having refused to allow the funds under control of the mixed European protectorate to le used to defray the expenses of the present expedition against the dervishes up the Nile, tireat Hritain has advanced the money, but has the support of Germany, Aus tria and Italy, and France may be forced to back down. Russia says she has no interests involved. A woman In Utsego. Mich., while sorting rags, found among them a dirty-looking envelope. She opened It and discovered therein $65 In green backs. A milkman in South Rend, lnd., had diphtheria in his family and several of his patrons took the malady. It is asserted that the disease was spread by milk tickets. A mustard pot which does not re quire the use of a spoon has been in- I r . . I 'ruir vrrmany. me mustara is supplied through a little spout by pres sure on a fprlng. Kidney Trouble and lis Effects- The Word of hm DM Jonl Umaii of Alnttpou, Illinois. I'rcrn the Comaurvlu), Multcon, HI. Mr. William J. Winninpham U a well known and venerable ganli n r of Mattoon, Illinois. Seventy-five years apo Mr. Win nlnpham wus born Ashboro, North Caro lina, where he icsided until 1 S, when hi removed to his prtscnt residenee. When only thirty-one years of aire theoid gardener says he bepun to be afflicted with nervousness and ivuinps, which in later years developed inio urinary, or perhaps kidney troub e of so violent a character that it was no uncommon thinif for him to void a pallon in a niaht, exudation through the IKjres being absolutely unknown. To a rc iwrter, who visited the old gentleman, on hearing of his restoration to health after so many j ears of suffering, he made the foi ling statement: "1 suffered for all those long years with intense pain In the back, nervousness and from the passing of large quantities of water This was undoubtedly a form of diabetes. ami so described by my physicians of whom I had many. Strychnine and nitre and many other remedies were tried, as well as change of climate, but nothing did me any good. I was so horribly nervous that I could not lift a drinking vessel to my mouth if there was not a handle attached to it. A great part of tho time 1 was confined to bed. The com mencement of the disease was in 184tt,when I had a bad attack of " Southern fever" in North Carolina. "About three vears ago I read an adver tisement of Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills and thought 1 would try them, as they might do me good. I soon legan to get relief, and by tho time 1 had taken eight boxes 1 was vir tually cured. Now my nervousness has left me, the flow of water is normal, and the pores of my skin perform their duty as well as when I was a boy, and I perspire as freely as any one. "I have recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People to a number of people, and have heard lrom many of them that they have been greatly benefitted. I shall always continue to speak in their praise whenever I have an opportunity, for I rec ognize that their affect ujon mo was little short of miraculous. (Signed) "W, J. Winninoiiam." Witness: William TBoa. Dr. Williams' Pink Pilis contain, in a con densed form, all tho elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They aro also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as suppressions, irregularities and all forms of weakness. They build up the blood, and restore tho glow of health to pale and sallowchceks. In men they effect a radical cure in allcases arising from mental worry, over-work or excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never in looso bulk) at .V) cents a boxor six boxes for S'J..r0, and may be bad of all drupgists.or direct by mail from IV. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. The top round of the ladder is an Imagin ary odo; nobody has ever reached it yet. IIhkIiIm the IMeasurt of a Drive. A tine carriage doubles the pleasure of driving. Intending buyers of carriages or harness can save dollars bv sending for the largp, free catalogue ot the Klkhart Carriage and Harness Mfg. Co., Klkhart, lnd. The public servant may te the man of the pewple, but toe Isn't their valet. IMO-TO-BAC FOR FIFTY CENTS. OTer 400.000 cured. Why not let No-To-Itac regulate or remove vour desire for tobacco. Haves money, makes health and manhood. Cure guaranteed, 5Jc- and f l.uo, all druggists. Wiley "Tell me something good for a Joke." Uriley ruinl.'' We will forfeit fl.OOOif anvof our published testimonials are proven to be not genuine. The PlsaCo., Warren Pa. A I wavs put off till the last momcnt-The striking of the hour. Justiry a loc.box of Cascarets.cand v cathar tic, the tiuesl Liver and bowel regulator made. Tbelvruppgan works have 1.500 furnaces. Whoever chooses to uac St. Jacobs Oil for Ti lHurts'BruisesJrB i Will feel a CURE so SURE, In tli C01 ntry. Miss HelenAre those cowlets, Har ry? Harry I don't know whether they are cowlets or bullets. Lp to Date. ANDY CURE C0H5TI RATION IRQ AT T1TTT V PniDIIITPFn to nn anyraaeor rnnttlpatlnn. fawareta r the Ideal Iia ADJULU1LLI UUAnAniLLl tire. ne?er trip or tripe, hot fane eaay fiat-rat -Malta, ban pie and hnolW free. id. RTFItMXfl KF.M" PT .. Chlraro. Mnntrral. ran., or New tor a. an. TEIII'OKAUV, ALABASTINE & 4f Tut DocTom "One layer of paper In bad enough, you have tbrehere. Bah? may recover T but cannot thrive." UE HAVE HO AGENTS bat hay acid ronaumer for w Doieaaie dhtm, tnena the dealer nia. nuipanywDere, for examination be fore aaln. Kverr. thln warranted. itn aiyiea oi mmmm M.l.lMAf Be-, lop Hue-(lea aa low aa ttt. fhaeume aa low Air a. Mill tor 11 00. for large, free CfetaJOfU. aaaea, aaeae a4 teaawa, ate. a f 4 aa alia a ( ELKHART c.tniacc axd iiiuwh mru. c w. n. rmxtr, ee-y. elkhabt. tn-ft. i hi a, will apiear eat oar. 1.17 vi. mmmi wtratm rieitm. nma Mnn.ir. 304 itt H. I'n itN ri:ie aciu:. ' It's uianeijuii aov we progress! Yoa can make mo.ay at 10 cents a bushel when you t'tt i!'i bushels corn, 230 bushels cats, 173 bushels barley, l.COO bushels potatoes per acre! Salzer' creations In 'arm seeds produce. 10.00 woKTii nut 10 i:Tsr Jiikt S-..i lliU .Noti Mini IO Out to tho John A. Saltr i-kid Co., 1 Crosse, Wis... and get 1- farm eetdl samples, worth $10, to Git a start, w.n. If a man has no t'ricm! . It prjicrally mean that he deserve none. Coughing I. to CoiiMinipt Ion. Kemp's llaNain will stop the cougli at once, (io to your druggist today and get a sample bottle free. Large bottles, ,'. cents and .0 cents. Ho at once; delays are dangerous. The prompting motive of all 1 lu erful giv ing must be love. "I burned . my linger very badly. The pain was intense. Dr. Thomas' Kclcctric Oil brought relief in three minutes. It was almost magical. I never saw anything like it." Amelia Swords, Saundersville, (). A dude and a locomotive tiuite a difference there, 'tis said; For one. von know, has a head-light And the other a llht head. Naked Pills are fit only, for naked sav ages. Clothes are the marks of civilization in pills as well as people. A good coat does not make a good pill, any more than good clothes make a good man. But as sure as you'd look on a clothcsless man as a mad one, you may look on a coatles9 pill as a bad one. After fifty years of test no pills stand higher than AYER'S Cathartic Pills 5UGAR COATED. OPIUr.T'RUllKEHNESS Wl IWIVlCrtd la )Ota01ava. NtftrUU rd. OR. J.Im STEPHEN 8IUftAJIua,QJLMw PATENTS, TRADE MARKS Kiamlnation and Arivlrr a t l't nUblMtf ef la vrntlon. Send for Inventor' Oniric, or How toUta I'alent." O KAKKKI.L Si SON. Wellington. P. C 0006-000- WKE YOUR MEAT WITH JIncutAi. E.KRAUSER4BR" WILTON, PL. HOW TO GET A $100 BIGYGLE FREE. mystery to solve. tedious word contest, orders to take. Only some writing' in your own home. For particulars send stamped addressed envelope. Household VuK & IVf? 50 Bleecker Street, New York. W. N. U. DETROIT--NO. 7--1897 Why sometimes it amuses. . FARM Balier'a 8t. art Warraal4 ( Prcdu. John Jireld. r, Mlfhlc ott. Win . aotonlnhedl th t world with a yield of 13 bu. of Salcer'aX Sllvrr KlnirBai W tracre. lon t you bellwval lif JtitwiitIitm. In out. rtotraln. lti U91.1 W jlO DOI.lL.AICt-' WOKTII 1 OR lOe.1 iz pk',r. oi new and rare farm seed, liulullnff kdutv narirT, jeomnte. uianc eourrr. SajwiJ iVftth, wc.n neat." and other noT-ltie, poe-i ttlTely worth ItO.to tret a -ai t. all PO.-tna.at including onrfrreateu catalog, ror loo Lartre't grower" of farm aeeda and pota-1 VT Toea in tne world. 33 rkfr. earliest j etretanl etd-.1. CaUlo telU. all about It.Uladly mailed to . intending bayer. Send tnia notice. W. N. i CATHARTIC ALL. DRUGGISTS 7 ALABAST1NE IT WON'T RUB OFF. Wall Pnnrr I 1'n-ianltary. K A I VintVP. iw ItOTM, JttllH Ot'F AA HC'ALKH. purr, permanent and arttetia aJI-coaUnir. ready for tba trtiAb. by mixing- in cold watar. for Hale by Paint Dealers Everywhere. CD TP Tlnt rar1 'bowing 13 deairaM tints, alo AUbeutrn rnLb rVniT"nlr TCrwk -wnt fr to any onemetjtonintrtb paper. A LA II A NT I XT. '.. ; rand Jlaplda. Jflirh. direct to tba 34 year, at Bavlnf ' pro- r If.. nena it. ana a.r... ut . rrrr hm - 1 IL I 1 J i .i i ir- .