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HOT UP IN THE CLASSICS.
& Congressman Who Waa la tk Dark aa to Title and Colophon. A certain . member of the bouse of rep reaeotativen, nameless here forever more, met a newspaper correspondent in the lobby the other (lay and mybtcriouaiy invited him to his committee room. The correxpondent cast a chew of tobacco out of hi inoutli iu anticipation, and followed the state man to the sccluhion of the place designated. "Say." said the member, looking about carefully to see that only the two cf them were present, "1 want to aL you a question in confidence." 'Oh," responded the correspondent in a tone of disappointment, "is that what you wanted?" '"Yen; and if you can give me the informa tion I am after you will do me a great favor." "All right," "aid the correspondent, re covering his woiitM tpiritK, though the other kind were lacking, "what is it? (jo ahead with your rat killing." "Well," began the member in a maimer reminding one of the preface to a look, "I had one of the boy look over a f-pecch J am going to make, jut to see what he thought of it mid make a Miggrstion or two to im prove it, if iicccss-ary, and he's got some thing into it that I'm not up to." "What is it?" ukcd the correspondent, 8 thi member hesitated. "Well, I'm fairly well up on the Ibb'e, and when 1 come across the sentence 'any here from Dan to 15ceriieba.' 1 know wiat it means well enough, and a!o know about Dan and the other one. I had that in the perch, hut he said it wan a chestnut by thin time, and it would round more tony and abreast of the timr and literary cul ture to change it from 'Title to Colophon,' arid I told him 'all right,' but didn't let on. Now, you are a friend of mine, ami I want to ask you about this. . I said, I'm up on the Ihb.'e, but I don't know the classical busnecH a little bit, and while I can kind of catch on to Title, I'd likf to know who in thurnhr Colophon was. Du you know?" The correspondent explained, and the member av to it that his rat-otit chaw of tobacco was not wasted. N. Y. Sun. "I won't say that I'm proof against temp tation," said the peaceful citizen; "but I'm blest if I wouldn't rather be right than be governor of Kentucky '."Tuck. MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY Weak Women Mario Happy ty I.jrila K. riiililiniii'a VfgetrtMo Compound Letters from Who Now Hove Children. Dkaii Mits. Pinku am :--It was my nnlcnt desiro to have a child. I bad been married thrco years and was childless, so wroto to you to find out the reason. After fol 2 lowing1 your hind ud ;Vir vice nnd taking Lydia V H. rinkhum'.s Vitro- 'r. n 1r rV-ktniwinnd . I li- camo the mother of a beautiful baby boy, the joy of our home. lie is a fat, healthy baby. thanks to your medi cine." M us. MlNDA Finki.k, Iloseoe, N. Y. Prom Grateful Mm. Lano Dr. a u Mrs. Tin Kir am : I wrote you a let ter heme, timo tgo, stating my caso to you. 'I had pains through my bowels, headache, nnd backache, felt tired and ftlccpy all tho lime, wns troubled with the whites. I followed your advice, took your Vegetable Com pound, nnd it did mo lots of good. I now have a baby girl. I certainly be lieve I would have miscarried had it rot been for I.ydia K. I'inkham's Vege table Compound. 1 hud n very easy time ; was sick only a short time. I think your medicine is a godsend to women in tho condition in which I wns. I recommend it to all as the lest I Mi- .'... medicine for women.' Lank, Coy tee, Tenn. Mas. Maijv QRAIN tae3 THE FOOD DRINK. Coffee injures growing children, even when it is weakened. Grain-O gives them brighter eyes, firmer flesh, quicker intelligence and happier dispositions. They can drink all they want of Grain-0 the more the better and it tastes like coffee. Alt trocers; 15c. anJ 55:. tmm maim It CurM Cooi Cold, Creep, ftora Threat Infin. rata. Whoopinf Cotieh, Bronrhitia and Aithma. A eertaln etire far Cmiiimntioa in frit tKa. end a "re relief ia advanced etaf ee. U. at eaee. Ten will tea the eUnt rflVct after taalef flr.t to. Edit If aa!ere every-wlere. Price, S3 a4 60 tcnta per boUle. COUGH SYRUP Cures Croup and.Whocpinrj-Ccugb Unexcelled for CWmnptivrs. CJivcs quick, amc ifMilK l.fi iiuUtitiiti. Or.Jimirt li!U (uit J!itutneu, Tt lu.a j tv IMPROVED COW STALL. It Keepa the Aolruala Clean, Smxtm Fred nnd Can He Hull t hjr Any Intelligent Mm, I had found some difficulty in making a cow stall that would give, satisfaction In keeping the cow clean and save the feed. I had four kinds and I did not like any of them. I caw a description of thelloardcow stall. I concluded that 1 would change all my cow stalls and make them after that plan. At first I made two for trial, but I found they did not give satisfaction. The rack, If made large enough, is too high for puttingin feed. The cow would step forward about two feel from her position at the rack to eat out of the feed box, which, la case of one milking at the time, SECTION OP COW STALL.. would not work well, nnd it would be difficult to place a scantling so thnt part of the droppings would not be in the bedding. 9 I have now made all my stalls by a different model, not altogether unlike the Hoard stall, but which I consider quite an improvement on it, described as follows: First divide the entire space for stalls into spaces of two stalls each, l'ut up studding for par titions C feet long. Tartly board up each partition. Across these unfin ished partitions place a 2.S piece (F) cot nearer the iloor than 21 inches, with edge on stall side 2 feet from feed way. (W). Finish the partitions to a height of about 4 feet C inches. Across the top place a 2x1 piece (II), so that the slats (F) nailed to it and the 2x8 piece will be perpendicular. The front tide of tbe rack (O) is boarded tip at an angle; making it lower than the other side, so that the bottom can be reached in cleaning out. Next make a box with partition for two cows; each side should be flared at the side where feed is put about six inches, the other side two or three inches. Place the box in position un der the rack, which is made for two cows; raise four Inches from the floor by putting short pieces of two by four (K) underneath. The rack is much bet ter for feeding whole cornfodder if the epace for two cows is made in one rack. The two stall pieces may now be di vided by short partitions not running through the feed rack. The scantling to prevent the cow from stepping back to lie down, is placed six feet from the rack, or same as in the Hoard stall just in rear of the cow's hind feet ns she stands at the rack. In the diagram. A is the rack; 15 is the feed box, and C Is the scantling to prevent the cow from stepping back to lie down. I), ditch; W, fcedway. Win. F. Overman, in Ohio Farmer. DEATH IN THE MILK. Infanta by tho Score Arc Murdered livery Year ThrnuRh tho I ao of l'roBcrvatlvoa." Recent reports on the use of pre iervatives in foods tell of a case of nn infant whose chief food was milk, says the New York Farmer. The infant was sick, and the physicians, after investi gating everything cbe connected with it, turned to its food. At once they dis covered that the milk fed to the unfor tunatechlld was preserved" milk, that is to say, milk in which nn unscrupu lous dealer had put boracie ncid to "keep it sweet." The adulterant made the milk unfermentnble, of course, nnd it also made it absolutely indigestible. The milk could not sour. Neither could it be digested by the unfortunate infant. This is a typical ease of the danger ous effects of "preservatives" in food. That infant was being murdered by de preen. The man who placed the "pre servative" in the mijk was committing murder, and committing it for tho basest of all base motives, the motive of gain. How should the public re gard a dealer who would thus endanger the lives of his patrons' children? Could any punishment be too severe for a crime of that kind? It is to be feared that a thorough investigation in the towns nnd cities would show that very many deaths of infants are directly due to the use of adulterated or "pre served" milk, doctored cream, nnd other monstrosities. It May Find Ita Solution in n Manner fnrprlalnar aad. Certainly la. looked For, Three 1'rotty harden IManta. There are three plants which give a tropical nppcarunce to any garden and yet are so eiully grown that they require almost no care at all. They may be med in clumps on the lawn os center pJants in beds, or in a row back of lower growing plants. The first is the datura, which will bo loaded with immenso white, Irumpot-Bhuped flow ers of delightful fragrance. The sec ond is Ihe double (dwarf) sunflower with Its bright yellow blossoms that rcsembU u chrvsnnt hen-mm as much us thv' d) an old-fashioned stinflr wcr The third is the rlclnus, or castor bean which is grown more for its wonderful ly huge nnd beautiful leaves. A bed having the riclniis for a . filter, with daturas ft round it, is a beautiful sight Farmers Voice. . The LTurral-purpose cow i much like n Jackof alltiades, (oo often fuiluic. a The good roads problem, a subject of Interest to almost every manwoman and child in the whole country, seems to be about to find a solution in a man ner that Is certainly surprising and un locked for. And, as Is usually the case w ith such discoveries, it w as accidental. It has been found that If a road be grad ed up and put in good shape to shed water and then have a liberal opphca- tion of oil made to it, that it will soon iack solid and remain so, not becoming ithcr muddy in wet w eather or dusty in dry. As the kind of oil that is used, crude petroleum, costs only four dol lars per barrel, it is estimated that n mile of road 23 feet in width can be treated for less than $300. Compared with macadamizing or any other well- known method heretofore in vogue, this cost is a mere bagatelle, and if the oil makes nnd keeps the road ns good as is claimed, and lasts as long as it is said to do, this will certainly prove the most inexpensive way to improve roads. Hut this is not nil. Tveryone knows that a good, dry, dustless road of earth is far the best In every respect to drive on. It is pleasant for the driver, better for the vehicle and infinitely better for the team. As the oil treatment has not been extensively tried, it is not defi nitely known whether it will do well on all kinds of dirt roads, but it costs so little to test the matter that the road supervisors in every county ought to make an experiment on different Kinds of earths to find out the facts. If all is true that is claimed, this is the greatest discovery ever made in rond maklng, nnd makes good roads possi ble everywhere. The application of the oil is merely n vigorous sprinkling, nnd it is therefore easy to make a trial. Cleveland Cycling Gazette. WASHING THE UDDERS. GOOD ROADS PROBLEM. It la the Flrat Slop Toward Securing an Ahaolotely t'nooutaiitlnatod Milk Suppl). To secure the milk without contami nation is a problem which is practical ly solved by washing the cows' udder. before milking them. If clean, pure, sweet dairy products ure desired one of the first nnd most essential consid erations in the process is to get the milk without contamination. Of cotirse many will question the sanity of a farmer-dairyman who Js seen with buckets of water and neces sary cloths cleaning the udders of liii cows, mis is to ie expecteti. nutlet it be reported, if anyone finds pleasure in circulating the rumor, that the ud der-washing farmer is slightly "oil" and has "cranky idens." dust keep an eye on him nnd it will be learned that his butter and cream are bringing fancy prices and go into the kitchens of the well-to-do town and city people. Moreover, if investigation is made it will be discovered that the excellence of his dairy products is due largely to cleanliness. If cleanliness is practical while milk ing, the udders of the cows washed be forehand, it Is very probable that it will be observed in the subsequent handling of the milk. It is right al ways to begin at the beginning, nnd to wash the udders is the first step to ward securing uncont nminated milk. This is done with milk-warm water, nnd the udders are dried with absorp tion towels or cloths. The milk drawn first should be rejected us it contains bacteria which have developed in the milk nt the orifice of the teut since the last milking. This is "extra work," but it pays. Farmers' Voice. SUPPORTS FOR PLANTS. Althotmh Very F.aally Made, Nothing lletter llaa Vet Ileen Dlarovered for Toiuatoee. These should be made in winter, that they may be ready when needed. Knock out the bottom from grocery SUPPORTS FOR PLANTS. boxes, and saw them through again and ugnin, as suggested in the dotted lines. All that remains ia to nail in the corners the pointed stakes that hold up the rails. Nothing better can be de vised for tomatoes than supports mada in this way. The same kind of supports are also exceedingly useful for putting about rose bushes or small shrubs that one may be starting upon the lawn. Such small growths need this protee tion until they nrc big enough to look out for themselves. N. . Tribune, lllnta on Dehorning Call oa. The best method that I have tried is simply to pare off the horn with a sharp knife after It has come through the skin, but It can be done nry time before the horn hus becomo attached to the skull or m other words, while the horn is loose. I have used the com inon lye such as U used in inakir j soap, b.nt if too much Is put on I think it in jures the skull to some extent and causes the skin to grow tight over tho place. We dehorned three that were. about five months old and their headi are as smooth ns natural inoolleys. I think the knife Is loss painful and heals better, I think the best age la about one month old. d. J, McKInney, lu Na tloual Stockniau. SMALLPOX DISTRIBUTORS. How the Genua Arc Xurtared nnd the Ultoaae la iread. It would seem that people will never learn to be careful. The recent alarm ing spread of that dire epidemic, smallpox,-' throughout' different tee- tions of the country has been traeed by physicians and sanitarians in muny instances directly to the moldy and rotting layers of paper, and paste which cover the" walls of many houses, The practice of laying layer after layer of paper on a wall, using com mon flour paste, is especially calcu lated to create homes for disease germs. People could not do more to effect such a result if they tried. Tho rotting vegetable matter afTords caves from which are ready to dart forth the infection at every opportunity. There is no excuse for this practice, as walls and ceilings can be coated with a pure, cleanly and sanitary ma terial like Alabastine, for instance, at no greater expense. Alabastine is u rock-base cement, which incorporates itself with the wall or ceiling. It is easily applied, comes ready to mix with cold water, requires no washing or scraping before renewing or re- tinting, is beautiful, long-lasting and safe. For walls that have been Infected, nothing is equal to Alabastine ns a disinfectant to render them pure and clean and the rooms once more hab itable. -rr t , WW n't ci Vf ri tit The above illustration shows one of the mammoth buildings occupied by the groat Mail Order House of the John M. myth Company of Chicago. 1-or one-third ot a century Una company has been in business. Itrginning in a email way they supplied their neighbors in the near by towns, each year widening their held. They are now selling merchandise di rect to the consumer at wholesale prices throughout the United States. .Some years aao thev boflttn lupnlving their customers with an illustrated cata logue. As the business expanded they were obliged to increase the size of this catalogue, until to-day it exceeds l.fMK) illus trated pages, quoting the lowest wholesale prices on everything to Fat, Wear and L'fe. jiy a superior process of color photography they illustrate many ot their goods in natural colors, briritririir out the rich color value ot curtains, carpets, draperies, and the latest designs in wall papers, etc., thus enabling the customer hundreds of miles distant to elect goods at his own fireside, knowing by the description, illustration and price the class ot goods lie may expect. this teature of their business 19 becoming more and more popuiar each year, for it not only eaves long and tiresome r a i I road i ourneys but is a great time saver. It leaves out theprofitof the jobbing houe, the retailer, the expea live com m e r c i a I traveler me genera: agent, the a u b-agent, and thus e 1 iminates from one to f 0 u 1 profits, sav 1 n g this amount for the con .inner. In short, it is a g r e a wholes all? a t o r brought to the home The nnm moth cata logue referred to is a 20th century dictionary of economy. The illuxtration above shows the recent building added to this great enterprise. The micccm of this Company seems in credible, considering the fact that they have advertised so little, llieir spirit of tair nes and industry is the secret of this won derful success. The Quantity of goods they require in some lines enables them to handle train loads ot merchandise secured al l lie lowest nossible cost and freight rate. When sroods in the rough are coming from the mill and factories in the K.it, the lake steamers arc pressed into service at 11 freight expense which is but little in advance of the iron ore rates. Their references are: Any bank or ex press company, or any man, woman or child in Chicago. lie Dealt In Ilia Hrraiii. "May you take this !cson home with you to night, dear friends," concluded the preac her at the end ot a very long and wean tome sermon. "And may ns spiritual trut hs sink into your hearts and lives to the er.d that your touls ma v experience salv.v tion. We will now bow our beads in ptayer, JJfieon hite, will you lead: There wa no repone. "Deacon White, ' this time in a bmj.r Voire. "Deacon White, will vou lead Mill nn rotxjnse. It was evident that the good deacon was slumbering. 'Ihe preadirr made .1 third appenl nnd raised ins voire to a pile a thai sii( reeded iii waking the diuw y man. "Deacon White, will vou nlease lead?" The deacon rubbed his eyes and opened lliem wonuerirgly. "Is it my lead? So just dealt." Dc iroit itcc rress. Are the Mont DUasreeable Mnntha of lite Vear lu the .North. In the South, they are the p!easantet and most agreeable, 'ihe trees and shrubs put forth (.heir bud and llowers; early veg etables and fruiU are ready for eating, and 111 fact all nature seem to have awakened from it winter sleep. The Louisville A Nash ville Juilroad Company reaches the liaruen Spots of .the Southand will on the first and third luesdavs of .March and April sell round trip tickets to all principal points in Tennessee, Alabama, (Seorgui and estl lor- da. ut about half rates. W rite for particu lars of excursions to 1 Sid Jones, 1). 1 A., in charge of Immigration, Dirmingham, Ala., or J. K. Kidgely, N. W. 1'. A., Uiicaco, 111. To California quickly nnd Comfort ably Via Chicago, Union Pacific and North Western Line. "Ihe Overland Limited" leaves Chicago daily 0:.TO 1. !., arrive San l'Yanci-co the afternoon of third day, and lid Angeles next morising. No change of cars. AH meals 111 timing cars, jiuuei, smoking and library cars, with bather. "Ihe best of everything. "The racilic Lxpress eaves Chicago daily iO:.U) 1 Al., with lirt class and through totirint sleepers to Califor nia. 1 ersuiiallv conduc ted cxcurMons every M'l. I... Ill . . -.1! .'! - . U. f j uurMiav. .111 ngeuis sen ni seis via vni- en go & .North-western Uy. lur lull in formation and illustrated pamphlet apply to W. It. KnUktrn, 22 Fifth ave, Chicago, III. No matter what job it i. there is alwayi meoodv who want it ahington (la.) Democrat. Co null low I. end to Conauruptlon. Kemp's Dalsam will stop the Cough at once. Uo to your druggut to day and get a samplo bottle free. lirge bottles 23 and 50 cents. Co at once; delays are dangerous. No rdaee is so worthless that it has not gome loafers. -Washington (Ia.) Democrat. . flOO Itewnrd flOO. The readers of this naner will bo idcased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh, llall'c Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to th medical fraternity, l atarih being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Halls 1 ntarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the Mood and mucous sinners of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, nnd giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in tiding its work. J. it proprietors have so mm h faith in it (tir.i tive powers that they offer tine lliuulrrd Dollar lor any cae that it tails to turc fc'end for lit-1 of testimonials. Address l J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, () Sold by Druggula, 7.5c. lla'l's Tit mily Tills aie tie Lot. ." ' - ' :f ' - - .''''" Y. "Have ytur wages gone up!'' C.--"l guess so j the IVis inn tie an atignmcfct to liav." onksra VI .itrtmin. BIAIlCIf AND ATIUIi 1IJTE SECfJfii TVo Genuine arter's Little Liver Pills. Must Dear Slgnaturo of Sea Poc-Slaillo Wroppr Below. lMMMBBaMhiat4 I A KNOCK. OUT There Js more disability aud helplessness from LUMBAGO than any f-thtr muscular ail ment, tut I St. Jacobs Oil f has found it the rutdest and proinptc&t to cure of any form LAME BACK From M$ Trry can all and as cay . I9 take an ro?ar. FOR ilEASJLClir. FOR DILUMCS3. FOR CIUCUSHESS F0!t TORPID LIVER m CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOY SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION I OAtJ.t'lMM 'UTAV SIOMATU.. CURE SICK HEADACHE. CARTERS KITTLE IVER PILLS. Factory to USER. ONE Profit. Our High Arm MKLUA tr ln MiM'kInc ha. all the l)-to-Diit lnirorw n"til. DM-mwarir Attach tnttntn and Aot'cmortt., with choice of mk or wal nut ciilii nt. l.fnrnUhtt with ihe lurt Inu'rowa AITTOMA'I 10 81 I,K SlIKKADINO tillUT. I LK. llyouamovHuirnt ths shuttla ia thrmtilml rni'ly for arUt. '1 h Ml l.F'A ha llittalrat TAKK. t r. Autfntt0 ItOTlUIN UIMlL.it, an.t a IXJMFLKTF. wt of bfit .e.rj nllnchirmnta, rarofull? IHit kiHl in ft han l-oti. I L lT linn! man. niwril.t Xhn mm-tiiun, weather wruppril and crated, I aloii H'Mb.. lttaahiirmt nt nrvt-rliia. rnta. I h Irrlirl.l will raa alxwil 1(XI within tfll mil. or ciiU'uuth in cnhintwnrk i orunni.-ntal. ths a-vrn drawers nnl of or being II AM) OMtVKD nnd hitthlr rlnUhed. havinv ths linary MUlil.l-t'l.A 1 l-.U lllnit irrawer l una, ei. KhcU marhino rarafulljr teatel twfor leavina our (artnr. A M Kl.lt t anla to na meHii. a new friend and customer for our r"'erul llneof KVF.ltVIMlMi ton KAT, W r.Alt and HSK; ihereTor ws ran nflor1 to aeii it on a rlnti marfin inc fullr tll'AKAM t.K it for TH i:T YKAIf. WswIIUhlptbi.machiD '.. !.. with en am I unt I on rrivilii.. to anr point lu lbs u. K on receipt of .oO with orlr. l'rics of 1-drawsr Diarhf ne, all rnn lMe, in ( I l.ttb. Ill It Pl'ltl t I AI.Mt.l r. ot i.i'wu iiinr.irnteci rage, will h .Mtit irriold on receipt of IS rent., which aja part of (iprmii cliaraH. and will b refunded on raceiutof t'rxt ordnr. '1 hi. cntalotrim quotx wholeenls lricMOit KVKI;YH(INt yu KAT, I A It aud USK. LetahlUUod JOHN M. SMVTII CO., HC7. 160.160 W. Madlaen "t, Ordar by this No. 1 1 It. ClIK AliO, liX. 52 1 mm I r. Iwmi. Everybody Likes a Good Bargain The best bargain In railroad travel at present is a personally conducted excursion to Cali fornia by the Santa Fe Route. Excellent accommodation and reliable personal escort without extra charge. Three times a week from Chicago and Kansas City. Ask for full details. T. A. GRADY. Manager California TourUt Berloa, Ihe Atchison, Topefca & Santa fe Railway, 101 AJams Mrcct, Chicago. FOR 14 GEHTS! Ws wl.h to aln tliln tear 200,ftX) l new c latomt'ra, aud nsncson.r O 1 i'kir. ;nr liar.lrn lleet. K'o i irkf Karl'.t l.im-r.ld t'ticniuberlfto S Ktrnwlierrjr Melon, ISo II Par Hatllxb, 0o I r I r Hips t'af.btea, loo Karlr luinor tlnion. loc Ltrilliant Klowrr Be.ila, l&a (k Worth fl.OO, rr 14 ceata. Ua) p AboT.10 PkK.rwnrth fl.00, wawill O tuail yoa Ine, tit tth.r with our it rr-at tlatalKp.tellitiff all ahout i SALlEft S MILLION DOLLAR POTATO ii tllixn receipt ill t hit IKItICA A !- p Vi 5 A know when yon once try Nnlvrr'a JJ )knrrila J"o will never do without. triai mi l'ri"o Salzor's lutitf rar- II eat earliest l'onitit.latit on cartb.lnl (k JOHS A. B41.ZKK SKI U t O., 14 I KOIthB, WIS. ii Trice. jn..". r Ha H A rape, worm rlftlilrcn feet Ions at least runio on the acrno alter my taklna two ("ASt.'Alf I'.TS. Thla 1 am sure lias cnut.cit my biul bcnlih for ihr rut tbrro yours. I am till taking Cuseurct. tuc only cutbartlc worthy of notice by ei:ii!lllo ic oiilr." Geo. V. I1UWI.E3, Halrd, Mlas. VVpY CANOV Pleasant. Palatahlo. I'utetif. Tatfe Ocwl. Po UouO. fxwrer Hli ken. Weaken, ut (rl(x. 0c. ZjC, too ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... lerllat fmJ rsaaiar. Ckl..., M.alreal, B.w f atk. 9IJ II fl TA niP Pld and guaranteed h all drug nU'lU'OAu itiattto tVlCKTuUttCCO Uablt. DOUGLAS co r. o rrri ounce union 4 a i r i w Worth $4 to$6compared with other makes. Iiulorae! Iiy ovrr 1 ,000,000 wuiirrra. Ti0 nrnuln have W. I ttjmpfd on bottom, lake otijrl.ii' rutne anj rrlre cocjarit .u no tuLititute i Uiinccl to La a good. lojr tirjicr : v thoulil krrp them II w 7 .iii n ...i.C Tw .tSs A n tviint fil ntii an. I itc. lr t jrrl.iiip. M.tta kiiifj of lealhrr, iiir, and willt, iO.ln or cap toe. Cf free. W. L COUGLAS &H0 CO., Brockton, Na". X. I TTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTT' POTATOES I1 $1.20 I3bl. l aece.tared POTATO lleawer. I America. 4 X I'rlre. t.co4iwp. l.iriiii.fli.rrM, A Y ( l.tfr ) l .rnlirril.. rul I hi. tlea and T n n nturi i . ' - - - - i mi . sti-fra rtroro., li rno. wia. 4. A cri rwr:iiTi!in I -JL.UI "liLHI IIIU i-i n innnr c w .4 m ui.vi.wa W 51 7i Full Inatructlonfi BO ' v; vi company each Iron. IGuarantood or Monoy Refunded. I rl.tf Stitniling of uitr tmnjMnu. tiffrrtu Amrrlran i:srting-e llnna, ttu lAuta. Mo. riui K ov SAPliioM.aa.ao. Tn.oii'a (l.-iostt, tS.OO. Doiirtrea free ft any artof lha I nll.-.l SUttr. I.niury 'U llouiowlve. DreaarnnKora. l.Finn- Idreaaea an t Tnllora. KeUIn EVEN, ilIKAT, nnolor. no anioke, no scorched, ioroll-. linpun. Two ('rule per for Fuel. Orilern hf mall prom ttly filled. Cah ront ai-comiianr enrh rilp.1 'ArKtreai. OminNHWY Security Euliaina, bt. ucuia, mo. Excursion Rates to Western Canada and partlrulnra a to how to Recur M arret of tho test Wheat Krowlna land 011 tho cotM lnnl.rar ti aeoiirril 011 ai'l'Heat Ion lotlm HuierlnU'i(leiit of Initulirralloii. Oltrnwa. J fun ml u, or the uiuler 5iu.il. 8.ftlilly con- iliici'il ncurainna win learn St. I'nut. Minn., on the flrat and thltd Tuoday Inrwli month, and ra finlly low ratra on all line of railway met'ctna ouowd for eicurtilotia Icnvlmr Ht. I'aut on Mnrrti lt. and April 4th. for ManHohn. Aaalnlhola. hita kau hewau and Albortit. K. I'KI'I.VI V, Kiit't. of Itn miratloii, Ottawa, Canadn, or U V. J. HKOl (!! TON. !.!,! Moiiadn.M k Hlk , Chleairi., HI 1 T, . ( I Itlllr;, Mteren Point. Win . M. V. JMrlNNl'.H. No. 1 Morrill Hlk.. lNtrnii, l. I,. t'A vkn. Oiluttihiia, Ohio, and J AMrstlliir.vK. Nnirinaw. Mich t N. I'AIJ- ftnil KMlw, l tih MtriM't. i-Molne. Iowa; K. T lolMl h. Thw Half. 1 tut ia najnjl in, Ind. PPfrff Tho hpkt Itotl (o KtHiflnii for la. per eq. 1 1 i chvm And nail In- ciuut-d. huhatltute for plaator. Samples free. rrnnf3M:iT wsrovERTi givra IJ Z3 I qnl.k relief and rorewort raea. Kree Hook of testimonial, nml l daja' treaimenl lr. ll it. tn:i-.r.. n -.'.-.-, i, . RHEUMATISM S Otivocl tor flOo uh iiariln'. IChenmwtla Tnbleta. Not old h derlor. tciu iT man i-t J''"' Mtg Co. llblnelandtT, i war., HAMKOMK fountalo n C. rt. tnonff or it am pa. Dur.kl., 1-4 aerrrfllr. r .ll.fli.a ta.ra. Im. r rrfua.ll. I'.rr e.wl.lty fa., a;r.te, . f. nKAfiKRS OV TIMS PAPKIl HKHlltl.NfJ TO 1IUY ANVTIllSfJ AUVKHTISKI IN ITS I'Ol.t'MND HltOt l.O INSIST I PtlN IIAVINO WHAT TIIKV AfU I OU, Ki:MlNO am. ei'iwriTLTKa ou imitations. A. N. K.-A "rr,i". MiHiwl. all 1 1 Si- HIS. Til In limn Hi.l.lhtrtfi-jM'. . ta Tba World'a Hrltrtuni and All T'.ar-lto.iod plaaaure llrioit. Tin bi d only ! II l Hoe. Kl'iatit tiotl Hubllwa B.'ererTi rilpMM nimatet I(eailn llc Sprier. Pullman Pwffrt ai 'ii liT C'r., wllhotit hane. from at. I.OT.!.. Jiedueeil ll.n n-l Trip1 l:t-a all Te round, Iroui all rrnn-on o1nta 1 is lha V. S. :id C.na.la. rroe drtertr" tnd til iitrated r..re,jlet. wrlla reropany a b.en'a. or If . t'. rovvr-NP, reaial raaeaafat aud 3lckt Aitnt, tff. 1.0119. AlO.