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Tse all reliable Hpelaltt, rrownad with forty yaara of naarallalal mii'mi in t realm Starvaaa, I'rtaarr, Keiaal, 11 r a forma of i araala lllaeaara, uaa audi faith in 111. ahilitf to our who others fail that ho will aanrt on nion'li't trnatmmif frnw. H ha no pntaut niedii ino to alrertlaa, nor a rK( SfEi'irtO. Kaon can la carefully atu'liad Vj it . anlf, and will rtwxiYa the moot ciiraf'il attention. 1'artioulnr attention I. ifivHn to tli trnntniontof the followinK l intf 4tanlm- 1iiwh. aaal atarrh. r'clyiui. Mticitu. ami rollicular I ira of the I l.roat, KorHimi Orowiha in tlia l.nrvni, Larrnltla. Ilronchl In, Uronrliiiil ('nn.iimiit ion, fintt Inn of l'.lood, Lnaaof Voli'e, Ktilarrfo l I on -lit, 1 11 ri.int oiimintlmn, Aath ! tna, l)iawi if tha ll 'nrt, (inncra! I HMlity, liiaaaaaa ' I'mmliar to V 0'iiHti, Nurttia and all form, of Nar. oua Oiawa-ma, Diwasna of the K nine jr. and Hloibl'T, 1 Htrirturaa, I 'tti-l i; n ion, I'll, r itire, f ii-tuU, I rrlla . bl and IitloUnt I'irara, Hip I iaow, Hcrof a la. Mood and Skin iMiwtnarf, Surjtlcul piwonoiof all forma, thej : K. Knr. K' nii-1 lutaraal Oit'nna, IncltKllna ; fiirtuit.im, (lluti Kawt, Cro--K)K, jumora, )iar I,iia,. ' AUoJauti'liin, ia, I litrrhH, and all forma of Lir. Stotii ich and Howel Jn-ra-ft. YiMINO MKN lexl into evil liul.ita. not knowing the) ' hrtrm. and now nHroua wrnrk., 11 n tit for atodj, aortal : llHi'ra or tninw. with lo. of tnwrtior. Iiandai-hn, ', wwalt back. (l(ii(HUon, red and aniiKi n ejea, ptmplaa, tirvdtnorniniCt.no K-n'iii Ion. aremion to WM int r.'lraam ami Iowwm. (lftHwit in Ui urine. which la riaaaml too of. ' tan, tomM imwa .mart inn, tuilkf urina, kidney troutilo, ironorrhipa. nlet . etrn-tiirw. or any dixaitaaof triaaeio al ay.ta-u. oitn hnro fiii'laawfo and Kiawdycora. ( harirea reawiiatlo wwiullv to tha jxKir. area caaraatrrd. J IIKSKIN. Or" S VI II 1 1. IS are blooi and akla dta. Mtami, painful awnllina', loo (nlnn, mtirooa patchee tn lh mouth, l"iir lx, in .t on tha la k, apd warty rowtiia. 'I brae ear4 far life wllh.it the a.e f InJartcMia draff.. VAHlivfKl.K. rif.KH. Vtc, Crnrn at Owrie. 1I AVK VOll tiie wwxlaof any f'liat Hiaeaa lurking la . rnnrayatHmT I M It ) I K MOY. or I ,oaa of Hemal Power. ' and do yon contain plat M A Mil Mi b? lo you faal 1 .r.fo in taklna thi."tit'T Vno ran't afford totakaany U. .11 .....I. I,. ...ll.l,r.. .t...... and purifyio4 tlia li'oixl. ; If y 011 cannot l trwntad anrroaafull); at home, he will tall you what he ran trant Toil for at the Hanttarlnm, t whara you an rarta the laat or trwatmant at tna low ' at prlca of any Hanltarttim in tha country, and where ji ha. a HratlaMi tnad ical ataff and the beat of protaa ional nil raw 1 hoa anatile tn mm tn the Sanitarium ahonM write larlrilara, tnrloainn atam. and rwoalTe qoaation Hat. J HXiaanda curad at lioro by corraapondane. Writ na. and if tha raw la oua that ran ta treated at horn, wawlddoao. a.altalloa frew Otir honaat oplnioa alwa). sriran. and rov1. Iionnat. careful treatment f lvwa oever Mtleat. Aiidraaa all mail to IlU CUT HAMTAKirH, Ue4 tit, MleklaM. Ir A. A. H Spi" ny wilt le itt ilutrl H inmr. Hcliliritf. on Wcdnemlay, J unu 11th, from 1U 11. m. to 3 p. nr.. THE RICE TABLE. A Ill.tlaitl and Heutarkabl Ma'i "At 1 o'clock," nay 8 a corresiondeni of the Kausna City Star,, "every botei In Java serves a most distinctive ah remarkable meal called the rice tabl (rijat-tnfel). A lare, tlat, bowl shape dish Is placed In front of you, whlcl you 1111 with beautiful, white, flakj rice, borne about lu dishes holding fullj a quarter of a bushel. Then comes t seemingly never ending stream of na tlves, each bearing a dish containing some different meat, vegetable or con dlmeut, from which you take a smal portion and place It on top of the rice. "After you have had a little of every thing you mince It up with a kulfe and fork and mix It well with the rice and then fall to with a large spoon. A lisl of the side dishes, with an ordinary rice table, would read something llk this: Fried eggs, omelet, fried chicken, broiled chicken, stewed chicken, beef steak, sausage, fish, fritters, a mixture of vegetables stewed with a mustard dressing, raw cucumbers, liver and tei or twelve different spices and relishes besides pickles. Many a stout Dutchman have w seen take a liberal helping from eact dlsb In addition to almost a quart of rice for a background or 'table.' Natu rally every one must go to sleep Imme diately after such a meal, and all busl ness Is suspended for several hours. The dinner In the evening at 8 o'clock is a very simple meal." The W run ir Hoom. "While spending a vacation at Bed ford Springs. Fa., some years ago," ald a Baltimore lawyer the other tiny, "I went late one night to my room. a I supposed, unlocked the door and whj startled by a woman's screams. I re nli.ed at once that I had got Into the wrong room. You may be sure I did not waste any time getting out into the corridor, locking the door again and entering my room, which happen etl to be the next one. "While I was doing this the woman continued screaming, alarming thtj whole hotel. A crowd soon gathered, and when the woman could be per suaded to open the door she declared there was a man In her room. Of course no Intruder was found, and, ae the door was locked when the erowtl gathered, the lady was told that she must have had a nightmare and imag In etl she saw a man in her room I kept quiet, and every one else lu thf hotel was convinced that the lady's hu agination had worked upon her fears.' Baltimore Sun. Popular titer .Motion. How often do we tear the remark. "We shall have rain, the atmosphere Is so heavy." The reverse is true When one sees smoke hanging from a chimney, with a tendency to sink tn the ground. It Indicates that the at mosphere is light In fact, too light to tloat the smoke. When the smoke rises from the chimney. It indicates n heavy atmosphere A column of smoke Is not a had barometer. Cor a barometer simply records the pressure of the at mosphere. When the atmosphere Is light and the smoke settles, the pres sure on the mercury Is light, and the column falls, indicating storm When the utmosphere Is heavy and the smoke rises, the pressure Is greater and the column rises, indicating fair weather. Pleasure seekers and others before starting out should therefore watch the smoke. The Three IV m. "Down In Greensboro." said a citizen of that North Carolina town, "I knew three 'drummers.' They seemed to be boon companions. The tirst one travel ed for a large brewing company in Bal timore, and the second represented a wholesale drughouse in the west. t Thtse two men. while going through the south, fell in with a man who was telling coilins to undertakers In the country towns. When the trio reached I Greensboro to spend Sunday you I know all the 'drummers' come Into i Greensboro to spend Sunday they had already been christened the three D's Diinks. Drugs and Dcatb.-'New York J'ress WHEN BABY IS COMING USE Mother's Friend Woman's greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature has chosen her to become a mother. Ivverv faculty is keenly alert as she foroees the joy, ambition, success and the life-long satisfaction com fug nearer, day by day, in the dear and innocent being so soon to ace light, and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside her on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy. Mother's Friend applied externally throughout pregnancy will relieve the pain of parturition, ami no mother and child can fail to be healthy, hearty, strong, clear complexioncd, pure blooded and cheerful in disjosition, who are mutually influenced by the continued use of this great liniment, MOTH ICR'S I'RIKND. Buy of druggists, 1.00 per Isottle. Our treatise MMotherhooU' mailed free. THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ca. BLINDING A SHARK. I.utf u Pearl Diver tCecaped at Vora cious Han tatcr, A successful diver must possess great couraire and uerves of steel. Such a man connected with a large wrecking company was visiting some years ago the pearl fisheries In the gulf of Cali fornia, where sharks abounded. On one of his trips In quest of the pearl oyster he had a narrow escape from a fearful deutb. lie had been Instructed never to stir from the bottom until he had looked up aud around. Fortunately he heeded the advice. Having filled his bag he glanced quickly about and caught sight of a huge shovel nosed shark watching him. In an emergency men think fast Near the diver was a large rock. He moved quickly to the other side of it, hoping fcj dodge the ferocious monster, but the maneuver did not work. The shark watched every movement, changing his position by a slight motion of his pow erful tall. Time was nreclous. and the diver conceived the idea of blinding the shark by stirring up the mud. Under cover of that he might escape. He worked for dear life and had the water thick with mud In less than half a min ute. Slipping around the rock again, he rose to the surface, having barely strencth enough to reach the side of the boat, and was hauled on board Just as the voracious man eater made a rush for him. firing- the Knda Tog-ether. A certain colonel somewhere In the south (no matter where) was In the habit of telling yarns and greatly ex aggerating. He had a negro servant who corroborated everything his mas ter told. One day the colonel had some gentlemen to dinner, autl they Were enjoying some fine venison very much. The colonel said: "Yes, I weut hunting the other day and saw a fine buck. 1 took a good sight at him and shot him through the head, and the bullet went through his hind leg." The gentlemen looked at each other a little mystified. The negro scratched his head aud at last said, "Yes, Indeed, gemmen; Just as luassa raised the gun to shoot de buck he raise his hind leg and scratch his ear. and the bullet went through the head and right through de hind leg." The gentlemeu looked more satisfied. After the guests had gone the negro said to his master, "Gorry mighty, mas sa, next time you tell one of dem yarns do get the ends closter togedder. I had hard work to make both ends meet" New Orleans Times-Democrat Kiplnlned III Meaning', In a case of assault and battery be fore Judge B. hi the quarter sessions court a well known doctor who was a witness said he had treated the prose cutor for a black eye. "What do you mean by a 'black eye?' " asked the attorney for the de fense. "I mean." said the doctor, "that the prosecutor had received a severe con tusion over the lower portion of the frontal bone, producing extensive ec chymosis around the eye, together with considerable Infiltration of the subja cent areolar tissue." "Serves you right," said the Judge to the prosecuting attorney. "Everybody knows what a black eye Is." Phila delphia Times. He Kept Urand Medicine. In a Scotch village, where a young doctor had lately started practice, a workman had the misfortune to get his finger bruised badly in one of the mills. A doctor was sent for. and on properly dressing the finger the man nearly fainted. He was asked If he would take a little spirits to revive him. "Mon," he exclaimed, with feeling, "that wud Just be the very life o' me!" The doctor gave him a good glass, which he greedily swallowed, and on recovering his breath his first words were, "Well, doctor, I ken unco little aboot yer skill, but mon, ye keep grand medicine." The Thinking Strain. When once one no longer thinks It necessary to reflect whether one ought or ought not to do or avoid a thing, the saving of time ami tissue Is quite entruiotis. for It is not so much do Iiik tilings as thinking about them which consumes the minutes and the nerves, and, once having made an un alterable rule to do a thing If It is pleasant ami refrain from It If It is not. one can get Into a single day a numlter of delightful experiences which would appear to those who do not know the recipe quite Incredible. K B Benson. "Scarlet and Hyssop." A Peculiarity of Japan. In Japan It Is always the rule of po llteness to pay a trifle more than the sum mentioned on your hotel bill. To settle the account net would be con sldered an Insult or at least a mark of great dissatisfaction. People who have traveled In Japan say that the Jap tnese always tip the waiter ou enter Ing a hotel. Hilar Way Oat. "I'm fixed," said the young doctor. "I've got a big enough practice to keep me In eusy circumstances for life." "But suppose you should lose half your patients?" "I'd Just double my bills on the others."-Philadelphia Press. A Sad pnelnee. "Yes." he said sadly, and there was a tear In tils eye "yes. my business has driven me to the wall." And he went on posting bills. Chums. I never ciw n failure yet that wasn't worth more than It cost If the fellow that failed made use of It "The Great White Way." To think well Is the way to act rightly. (Paley. HONEY AS A FOOD. If I of r.reat Vnlae as a Medlclaa "Ujfi5 u,,,y Nutritions. Starch niiu suar when eaten under jo a digestive chmige bt fore they are assimilated. In honey this change has been made to a considerable eitent by the bees. It is easy of assimilation and concentrated nnd furnishes the same element of nutrition as sugar and starch-Imparts warmth and energy. As a medicine honey has great value ind many uses, it is excellent In most lung and throat affections and Is often used with great benefit In place of cod liver oil. Occasionally there Is a person with whom it does not agree, but most people can learn to use it with bene ficial results. Children, who have more natural appetites, generally prefer It to butter. Honey Is laxative and sedative, and In diseases of the bladder aud kid neys It Is an excellent remedy. It has much the same effect as wine or stlmu lants. without the Injurious effects, and Is unequaled In mead and harvest drinks. As an external application it Is Irritating when clear and soothing when diluted, in many places It is much appreciated as a remedy for croup and colds. In preserving fruit the formic acid it contains makes a bet ter preservative than sugar sirup, and it is also used lu cooking and confec tionery. In early times, it Is said. Palestine flowed with milk nnd honey, but we have far more of both today than the people of any act ever had. Honey does not injure the teeth as candles do. -Health. Pattl Made Ills Hepntaflon. Adellna Pattl was not always such a "gold mine" to managers as some may suppose, says Leslie's Weekly. When she visited New York in 1SSU, her man ager. Slgnor Lugo, overreached himself by starting out on a ten dollar admis sion basis, and the venture was a finan cial failure, notwithstanding Pattl's great artistic success. She sang to a fourteen hundred dollar house on the first night aud on the second to $4U0. She got discouraged, as It wus her own venture, and gave It up. The late Henry IJ. Abbey, who was bold In his speculations, then engaged her and her comimny nt $3,000 per con cert. He began at Wallack's old thea ter at Thirteenth street, giving scenes of opera, ami the concerts there aver aged over $7,000 a performance, but he lost In the out of town concerts $20. uoo. A little later, being asked by De Vivo to take Pattl to San Francisco. Abbey replied: "My dear De Vivo. I have got enough of Patti. I lost $'-,0.000. but I made u reputation." Those Who Foight nnd Han Away. During the Spajisli-American war. at the recruiting staion Iti St. Louis, the following, as rehted in the Galveston News, took place between a recruitiug oflicer aud an applicant who was of Irish nationality: '; U. O. -How oliiAre you? I. It- Don i kiiovv. but Ol must be auld enough It. O. Have you ever been In the army? I. it Yis, sor. It O. Have jou ever been In any bat tles? ; l. It-Oi hav. It O.-What ones? I. It Oi've U eti In all ov them. It O. Were you lu the battle of Bull Bun? I. It-Oi wai. It O.-Did ycu run? I. IL You Itt Oi did. and them poor divils that didi't run ure there yet Vetietfcin Hospitality. Whatever tight have i.een said against the Venetians, they were a hospitable peojle this. too. In small as well as In g'tit matters When, lor example, lu l-TH. an embassador from the khan of 'artary visited the city and it was krown that the khan ami his suit carrot but one shirt apiece In their bags. tl senate formally voted ZO ducats that they might be provided with additiona1 shirts, which were ac cordingly mad- "alia tartarescha" and preseutetl. W ran imagine how the Kood councilor- and citizens would en joy ttii LindlJ little jest. Pinned rnlh to I'lvmonth Hock. 1 be Uomlnaice or New Liiglaml sen tlment In maters of ancestry and ear ly history win illustrated at a certain meeting ot .vmei in New ork the Other day win the first F.nglish set tleuieut was ioUen of as tuning been made In Jain stown. a "Why. I aways thought It was In Plymouth rok!" exclaimed a daugh ter of New Ingland. "And so did I." "And I." ectoetj others, at least half of the womft present, all of them sup posed to be veil educated persons, be Ing of that t,iiniou. Not Irne lo ftafore. A favorite Joke In cheap theatricals Is a gay cd man who Is running around afte the young and pretty fir Is. It's tt true to nature. Young and pretty ,'irls soon tire of an oid man. They lo not pay him any atten tion and sa; things that hurt tils feel ings. Old urn are rarely gay. but they are usually jllious.- Atchison Globe. '; llelated. "Is th tbaln goneV gasped Pat as he rushed I to the station. "It Is," rtdieU the agent calmly. "Phwy dint yet tell me that whin 01 was her ytste'day. hwii Oi wud n't a? bruk im tieck ruuuiu ."- Ohio State Journal. J r J Onntng tp. Mother-f here wre two apples In the cupbuud. Tommy, and uow there Is only oik How h that? 'lommy tvho Mt no way of escape) Well, mr it was ad dura In there I tfldu't see Lie other. ItcmentVanco Is the only paradise out of whhi we cannot bo driven. AN ARTIST OF NERVE. Remarkable Darlug nnd Coolness In an Alpine Accident. The architect Vlollet le Due was one day on the Schwarzenberg glacier at a height of about D.000 feet, accompa nied by Baptlste, the guide, who marched in front. The two men were attached to each other by a rope, as Is usual In Alpine mountaineering. The guide had passed over a crevasse, but when M. Vlollet le Due attempted to cross It he failed aud fell into the abyss. The guide tried to pull him out. but Instead he found himself gradually descending. The architect perceived that his com panion. If he persisted In the attempt to save him, would surely share his fate, and he asked If Baptlste had a family. "A wife and children," was the an swer. "Then." said Vlollet le Due quietly, "I shull cut the rope." He did so and fell, but a block of Ice thirty feet lower down stopped his descent. When Baptlste saw this and that for a time the danger was lessen ed, he went In search of help and re turned with four stout peasants. Three hours afterward Vlollet le Due was ex tricated. In spit'. of his perilous position the ruling passion was strong with the art ist, for. although he was almost cov ered with Icicles from the dripping wa ter, he had contrived to make drawings of the novel effects he was able to perceive. A Costly Finger. A Dresden paper relates an amusing anecdote. An old gentleman, a mem ber of the landtag, lately slightly hurt his finger. Not troubling to go to his doctor, he asked a medical colleague what he ought to do and was told to give his finger a "soap bath." On the following day he was much surprised to receive from his friend a note for "medical consultation; the amouut 10 marks." He then spoke to another colleague, a lawyer, complaining. His legal friend said It was strange conduct: but. should It come to a legal question, he would be obliged to pay and had better do so at once. The day after the old gentleman's astonishment was still greater on receiving from this friend a note claiming 10 marks for "legal advice." Quite angry, he appealed to the com mission, u body which settles all per sonal disputes of the members of the landtag. What was his disgust when the commission found that he had be haved badly In refusing Just demands and condemned him to make amends by paying the fine of n basket of chain pagne! The finger, which was mean time perfectly healed, had cost him U,ear. The Statues of Paris. No city In the world has so many statues and monuments as Paris, and every day sees u new project for a new statue or bust. It Is curious to note In this connection that a large proportion of the famous men honored in this way came to their end by violence In some form or other. Many of them died on the scaffold, and a stroll through the Paris streets may give the philosopher food for reflection on the mutability of human Judgment. Danton ami La voisier were guillotined, Jeanne d'Arc and Ktienne Delet were burned at the stake. Henry IV. was murdered, Etieune Marcel was also assassinated. Marshal Ney was shot. Condorcet com mitted suicide to escape the scaffold, and these are only a tithe of those that might be mentioned. A Hntlly Turned Phrase. "It Is queer." says n clergyman of New York city, "what a liking young students have for long words and Latin quotations and what a dread possesses them of appearing conventional. I once knew a promising candidate who was given charce of a funeral In the ah sence of the pastor of the church lie knew it was customary for the minis ter to announce after the sermon that those who wished should step up to view the remains, but he thought this was too hackneyed a phrase, and tie said Instead The congregation will now pass around the bier ' "New York Tribune. An tempore Pnn. An oft quoted old Kngllsh wit Is Dan lei Purcell. who is worthy of Immortal ity as a master of repartee The bcrt of the reported witticisms of this for gotten Jester Is as follows: Purcell was desired one night In company by a gentleman to make u pun extempore 'Uon what subject?" asked Daniel. "The king." answered the other. "The king, sir." said he. "is no sul Ject." The Teeth. One of the commonest causes of bad teeth is that of taking very hot food. If you take a cup of very hoi tea or coffee, the enamel on the teeth ex pands. ami breathing the cold air after ward causes It to contract. I his alter nate expansion and shrinking u nH. enamel works havoc with It. and when It cracks, as it soon does, the Inner part of the tooth crumbles away In no time. ller Dearest friend. "If you were I." she said to tier dear est friend, "would you Ik married In the spring or the rail?" "If I were you," was the unhesitating reply, "and had actually secured a man. I would set the wedding for the earliest date possible."-Chicago Post A tlreat Success. Old Friend--Wus your daughter's marriage u success? Hostess -Oh. u great success. She's (aveling In 10 u rope ou the alimony. rw York Weekly. The highest friendship must always lead us to the highest pleasure With All My Worldly Goods. A minister w hose first parish was in the backwoods of the west some years ago says that he once married a very seedy looking bridegroom to a buxom girl of perhaps twenty years. The cere mony was performed in the log cabin borne of the bride's parents, ami there were many guests present. When the bridegroom repeated the words, "With all my worldly goods I thee endow," a tall, lank fellow with n huge tobacco, cud in his bulging cheek drawled out nasally: "Thar goes Hank's bull terrier, by gum I" Llppincotfs Magazine. The Death t hair. ' Doubt is often cast u; on electrocu tion us a system by the fact that per sons may survive an accidental shock of 'J.OiK) volts. The Ll.etrical World and L'nglneer points out that the condi tions of a chance contact are entirely different from those provided in th chair. It says. "There can be no ques tion that the subject dies by the effects of the electric shock and is dead be yond all hope before the autopsy takes place." Pure Hloo.l. If Infectious tlisease is in the vicini ty, it should be remembered that pure blood contains bodies that will combat disease germs. These bodies are the white corpuscles, and they will en wrap and actually devour the fatal bacilli of fevei h and similar diseases. So It Is well to keep the vital fluid in health. The Intrlcuele ot Trade. Woman -How much for children's pictures? Photographer Ten shillings a dozen, madam. Woman- Why-er -yes; but I've got only nine. Tit-Bits. Oat of Hi Otvn Month. He Wise men hesitate. (July fools are certain. She Are you sure? He I'm quite certain of It! Then she laughed. New York aid. Her- There Is no fluctuation In the price of wild ats Philadi d'li'M LeeM-d A Name Twice Made Famous, Now a Shining Mark for Imitators. The name "Chase," twice made farooui, Is a shining mark for the unscrupulous to pounce upon and appropriate in order to foist upon the public their worthless pre parations. These birds of prey, by using the name Chase, expect the public to Re fooled into believing they are the medi tines of Dr. A. W. Chate, who first be came noted as the author of the world famed Dr. Chase's recipe book and family fh)sician, and whose fame is now doubly ncreased by the wonderful success of his Nerve Pills, with Nerte, Ilrain and Wood troubles. They play upon the name Chase, but dare not use the initials "A. W." They Imitate, but dare not counterfeit the portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, which Identities the Nerve Pi'U now recog nized as infallible for bt. ng up pale, weak, thin-blooded, ntrve exhausted suf ferers, Who are nerve-tired and brain-weary. Who are easily exhausted. Who are wakeful cannot sleep. Who have nervous headache. They remove the cause of blood Impuri ties, securing refreshing sleep and Impart strength. They build up people who find their Strength and vigor waning. They settle irritated nerves, replace lan guor and lass nii with energy and anima tion, Cure Nervous Dyspepsia. The above is t!ir riht kind prepared by the 1, A '. vitdicnt Co., buffalo, N N . ( - luir. pu U All ithars art in lU'it ot. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man THE x-rruHiixron lujanaDT prod aces the above retralta In' 30 days. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fall. Voung men will regain their lot manhood, and old men will recover tbrlr youthful vigor by using ItCVI VO. It quickly and surely restores Norrous nesa. Lost Vitality, Impotence. Nightly Emissions, Lost Tower, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects ot solf -abnso or excels and Indiscretion, which unfits one. for study, business or marriage. It Dot only cures by start ing at tho pest ot disease, but IS a great nerve tonlo and blood ballder, bring ing back the pink plow to pale checks and re storing the Are of yonth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having HE VI VO.no ether. It can t carried in vest pocket. Uy mall 1.00 perpackag.or all for SS-oo, with a poal tlva written aruarantee to core or refund tha money. Circular free. Address ROYAL, MEDICINE COa, 'a;-. Sold by Conned Bros.. Druggists fTT CHICHtSTCR'S CNGUISH Pennyroyalpills 'V. rotrpe4 mm v CJiv?.t. ui mu u r' r ro w.r. Ala-ava rIUM. I.wdlea, tuk rniirrlst for 1114 ll:sl t U F..l.lll in Hrd and 44nlit liifl,,:i.- iMK.-a, !! with f,if nhtmn! I'm he no other. KffiMr dnng-ermiaa anhatl iiltlnnaan'l IimUm! In. H i v nf vnir I iniktM, r aenil e. in trni. f..r lni-f Iciilitr. frail (ttnnlnla an. I "tCellrr f.r l.u.llea." In imrr nr return Malt. I'l.noo I't f ImnniiiK Hold ty ji I'nipRiHta. ( IlKMIKSTSB OHKMIC M, CO tladlvon Nqamre, 111 1 LA., I. U J. HHXUMOl lruuuimt Pere Marquette NOV. 3, IGOl. Trains Leave lleldliig- as follows: For Lowell, Grand Kapids, north and went ;.10:uy a. iu., 3:00 p. ni 7:44p.m. For Detroit, Toledo and Fast . 7:00 a. Ui., 10:04 a. m., 5:00 p. m For Sug-lnttw, Hay City and Port Huron... 8:14 a. m., (1:36 p. m. Fur Howard City 7: 5 a. iu. t:40, p. to For Greenville 7:15 a. m. S:H u. tn., l:4tip. iu..!::ia p. in., 10:05 p. m. H. F. MOKLLKIC, Gen Pass, Agt M. L. OSTKKHOUT Afc't. Don't Be Fooled! Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison MedU cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. I'rlce, as cent. Never ol4 In bulk. Accept no aubstl .a.o.... tute. AsV your drug gUU WHAT DOES IT MEAN? The above was copied from an an cient obelisk near Alexandria, Egypt No one knows its meaning. Every man ought to know the meaning of the symptoms ol nervous debility. It's a serious matter when the strength of manhood fails i when overwork or business worries sap all energy, when memory weakens, and the very brain begins to decay. PALMO TABLETS restore all elements necessary to rebuild the system. They create boundless energy, firm muscles, a clear, bright brain, and perfect strength. 60 cents s bos, 12 for $5.00. Ouarantaod. ' Valiiiilla book, frra. Haltiid Druii (k.,Clev-lHiil, O. II'. . HKSKIUCT, Itruituint Of Sold byNewsdealers-lOc Furnishes Monthly to all lovers of MufIc a vast volumo of New, Choice Copyright Compositions by the most opu1ar authors, 32 Pages or Piano music 5 5ongs, 5 Instruments! io Complete Pieces for Piano With Interesting Musical Lltersture Once a Month for 10 Cents. Yearly Subscription, $1.00. I none year you pet nearly 400 Tairesof Music, comprising 1 20 (Xwiplete Pieces for the llano. If IxHiRht in any musln store at one-half nfl, would eHt 830.00. If you willsend usthe name and al(lresof Fle erforniers on the 1'lauo ororan, we willsend you a sample copy Free. J. W. PEPPER, Publisher, Cntnlou Hand 4 Onh. Muilc a lost. Free. Eighth a Locust Sts.t Philadelphia. Pa- Louisville & Nashville U mXlKJ CENTRAL XVtllllUaU, 50UTMLKN IkU.NK LINK WINTER TOURIST TICKETS NOW ON SAI.r TO Florida AN l Tllr. GULF COAST Wrlterfor folih is, ili-serlpilve 'matter, etc., to (. L. STONF., General Paeuper Agent, r.OlTISVILLK. KY. SF.NU Yt U'K A I )U KSS to II. J. WKMYSS. General Immigration ana I nrfiislrinl Agent LomsVILLK, KY. And he will mall you, free, Mips, Illustrated Pamphlet and Price Lists ol Lands and I arms In Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama Mississippi and Florida. A MAN iK-amies l.uiK'iit, irritable and de. Bpnudent, through loss of nerve vigor. Life M-eitu a mockery. The courage, force, vigor nn.l action which charac terize full-blooded men, are lacking. have kindled the lightof hope In many n man's face. Tin y bring: vigor to the weak and attit.itioti to the (U-s(H)iident. They permanently check the weak ening drains, fed the nerves, enrich the blood nn I make men over gener ally. tl 00 per tox : f boxes f." 00. With a 8-"U0 order we issue a written guaran tee to refund the money if no curette ellccted. Hook ft re. I'kal M f.Dkink Co.. Cleveland. Ohio, Mention I I atu prepared to Clean, I'reea and Ilepalr your elothing neatly tiiid onieklv at n noriKldo prleee: l op locate'' over Holmes Hro. elothlng etore. (Jive me a rail WM, LAMBECK. 0 i 1 1 k J t t s