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He Needed First -Class Sample.
It was not a nobby linoof camples the
Id C'lnclnaatl drummer tarried; Just
modoet assortment, suited to the hum
bler class of buyers and the men who
do not put on atyle. And when the
apruoe, dandified Louisville drummet
saed the side co iMor where the plain,
unpretentious good were displayed, he
turned contemptuously aside, looked at
them with a sneer, not recognising In
the white-haired stranger the salesman
traveling with the aforesaid goods, and
If I couldn't carry a flrat-c1ns line
of samples I would carry none at all."
(Jtilclt as a Hash the whlte-hnlreil
stranger turned, and "You are right,
sir," said he, "you ore right"
The drummer from Louisville turned
llttln sti erolllouely around In the
pride of his new spring suit and metro
"Think to'" said he, patronizingly,
"Yes," replied the stranger, as he
booked the merchant's order, "you are
right, fir. It would take llrxt-claaa
The Loulavlle drummer smiled.
"To make that face of yours pass cur
rent." The drummor didn't wait to show his
SUFFERED EVERY MINUTE
Vine I came out of ttio
war, with catarrh In mjr
bind, chronic dinrrhtra
and rhumtlNni,H rmye
Mr. J. Q. Andemon, of
HcoKdale, l'a. "I had
paint all over mp, mjr
iniit wild dim, nnd there
MHitHtt to m jtnftttnff
mttmitm hf nrn ntv fvM.
I he fiMKt I at mM'tiH'ii l r. J , li. A ndcrnon.
Ilk? lend In my tomarti. The rbrmnntlam wai
In my rhcht hip ami fttitniltlf m. I.hh.m harMtt
itarllla nnd llmH.'a Vin did me more gmxl
than anythlnK ele. AH mv tl,nrrr.nbe
nympt'imw hnv Knur.' HOOD'S CURES
Hood' Plllacur Constipation by retturlngtht
ptrlataltlc action of the alimentary canal.
P X V itt 'V3
My niece, Emetine Hawley, was),
taken with Kpittinp; blood, nnd she
became very much alarmed, fearing
that dreaded disease, Consumption.
She tried nearly nil kinds of medi
cine but nothing did her any good.
Finally she took German Syrup and
she told me it did her more good
than anything she ever tried. It
stopped the blood, gave her strength
and ease, and a good appetite. I
had it from her own lips. Mrs.
Mary A. Stacey, Trumbull, Conn.
Honor to German Syrup. tt
BTHE KIND fl
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A MARVEL IN COHOESI
Kidney and Liver Diseases
if FOR 15 YEARS,
m CUtt-ED 3 BOTTLES! U
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hiMilth l.y thf f yotir Hompairillt I fr? Itn
mv iliilv CO let olhtra know Uia mn-mt twit At 1 99
ehivi- rv iviil.
1'of IS ) onn I hnv twvn troubled with
- ,tferf nnlita in Ihf Minmurh. ! Kill.
nfV and iLlvcr 1Mb, m badly Uievt tori
f if m sh at miir nun ssmjr in uru,
1 hava uwd threw butlra of
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Mind 1 tfhel like i new mnn. 1 rfwm-i
Uiuftul U tv ar.y ffln-t(4 with ditt-aa of tha Kid-U
H Cohort, N. Y. CllAlU.ES SIMMONS. M
M Th truth of the Kto tirrfifl'j fn W M
E JAMi:.4 0. TALKING fet
H Never purcnsie ol a " SUBSTITUTED f
(s person who tries to Mil ou somtthlng
(lit whtn you call tor Dtni's.) Our bol-P
If tie an being filled with a COUNTERFEIT ja
MARTICLE by "Substltutsrs." Buy ol theii
M HONEST DEALER who Mill you whs you jg
El ssk lor, tnu n ou roceivo nu ssnvni ni
M will return your money.
jj Dins Sirtapsrllls Co., BelUt, Mains,
THERE IS HOPE
For every one who nu tunou irounie,nomer
a what shape or how lung suuulini;, provided
one of tne viii onnB iwtt iwm u '"'
ji miwIv & 1'iirA Imfioesiule. H. B. B.
ties to the rout of the uiaesM, and removes the
u. i.v vTiMUinip the iKilxin fmm the ImmIv, and
t the same time l a Undo to the whole system.
lowever bau yuur case may ue, uicn i uuyv
I Cured meof a most malignant typa
of ehrohlo Mooi trouoie, mr which
1 had used various other remedies
rlthout elTect. Ky weight increase;!, and my
Mllh improved in every way. 1 coustder B. B.
be best tonic 1 ever used.
..R a. WmnnT. Mldwav. C,a."
Treatise on Wood, skin and eontacloiis blood
Olson mailed free. bWIFT BTLCfl lO CO.,
Mildew and Black Ro
OHAPEB. FRUITS, XtO. ,
book sent oo application to
17. II. JOOMTBK, 8 teenies Hlls, N. Y,
KAXJO AKU D HUM. -Every pis
ttiv aliova fthould M-Dd lor uy
-Every player of either
I Cor uv iminnhli-t of
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ja.. HlUHVIEW, Bl'LI.IVAW LIU WTV. ff. 1 .
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pv ltiTQU(n. iena riT inron"fi wuiur.uriiDw w iri
paMBt. PATHil K O'KAHHKLU WahmisutuS. P.O.
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X chlckeiw, nty Mkav akd bosk mkal will bei
vouvary snu-h. l'aul(uue trlU all about It. Bern
lur It. C. A. VAKrx.fc.T r, wuscsnaa, jsasb.
It' Vt'l,l"-OrdltirlM 110, Safeties M In. tld,
Hlack tit, CuhPiuS' Piswiatlo Su). List aud
10. Iree, KMUH'f CTtl.fi CO., kt. Luuk, Ha.
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I mARIFSt SIMMONS,
m Choi,, N. V.
LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS
BOTH FROM BOMB AND ABROAD.
What la Oolnsj On ths World Ovsr.
Important Events Briefly Chronicled.
Plnenrlal neil rnmmrrrlAl.
RinoT, !'. The Itldgwnr bnnk.a pri
vate Inntlttitlon, clmcd Its doors, fluJInx It
Impossible to renllte on rcurltlss. The
estimateil asscU are t. VII, 0)1, liubilitiei,
The City National Dank, OrrenTllle,
Mirh.. tuepeiiilcil after a run. Deposits.
(210,000; Sftett, 012,000.
The llnnk of Commerce, Pan Krnncltco,
impended yetprday, ami the Flint National
bank anil Commercial bank of Hante Ana,
Cel., did not open.
Theomnunt of clenrliiR hoii'e certlflratn
Imiied at New York Thursday was 2.3.r0,.
000. This brlnps the total tip to 14,000,000
since It whs decided to issue the certificates.
II. T. Ilea A Hon, train dealers, Nashville,
Tenn., made an assignment Liabilities
(100,000, with about equal assets.
Henry Sheldon A Co., tea and coffee
dealers, of New York, have failed. Their
resources are between I.W.WJ and (300,
000. IlniMiKntiAM, At.A. An unfounded rumor
that the First National Hank lins refused to
pay n check for (10,000 precipitated a run
Thursday morning. The bank paid out
about (4 ',0 l up to noon, when confidence
was restored and the run ceased.
There will be no pension dcllclency for
the current fiscal year, which ends June 80.
The ofllclal figures show that the appropria
tions for pensions were: For the fiscal year
mum, (MH,737,3.W; deficiency for year
1MB and prior years, (U, 14 1, Ml; total
(IU0,8M2,2:I. Expended for pensions; For
11 months ended Msy 81, (117.010,300; for
June up to Thursday (10,880,000, estimate
for the balance of June (1 003,000; total
(lr0,.'l2ii:iHil. this will leave a surplus of
about (l,500,0u0, which will bt turned Into
Secretary Carlisle directed Treasurer Mor
gan to anticipate the payment of the Inter
est on the 4 per cent, bonds, .and on the
1'acillc railroad bonds. Cheeks In payment
of the Interest will be placed In the mall
Saturday afternoon and all the sub-Treasuries
in the United States will be Instructed
to rash them on presentation. The total
interest on both classes of bonds aggregates
(7,34,0OO, of which (l.ll.Xl.lMO Is for the
1'acillc railroad bonds. This action of Sec
retary Carlisle is taken to relieve the tight
ness In the money centers.
I neltnl. I .whor ! Isilnstrtitl.
The management of the Dexter mine,
ight miles from Ishpemltig, Mich., has
received orders to close down. Similar
orders are expected daily at the local ofllces
of several mines. Over half the mines la
the district aie Idle.
The striking lumber shovers at Tona-
wanda, N. Y-, are willing to quit the union
and return to work.
The Negaiuee, the largest Irom mine In
the Lake Superior districts (Mich); the
Novrie, Kast Novrie and the Tabst at Iron-
wood have closed down, discharging COO
men. I'rescnt Indications are that two
thirds of the mines in the district will be
'die by July 1.
Crime unit I'ennttl,
Frederick O. lxwlller, a well-known tailor
of Norwalk, O., shot his sweetheart, Lena
Under, seriously and then fatally shot
himself. The girl was saved by a corset,
the hall glancing from a steel stav. She
hod only gone to lupper.vitli another fel
Frunk Harney, a white man living near
Carnesville, Ua,, beat his 2-year-old girl to
death. Then he mashed its head, broke its
ribs and stuck bis knife Into its body re
peatedly. Harney is in jail and Judge
Lynch may pass sentence.
An intensely hot ware struck Washington
Tuesday, sending the mercury up to 101 in
the shade. Several persons were overcome
by the fierce heat,
Intense heat provailed throughout the
United Kingdom on Tuesday. Two deaths
from sunstroke were reported. Lightning
killed a gunner at Westmoreland Fort, near
Queenstown, and a laborer at Middleton,
Cholera la decreasing rapidly throughout
Cholera reports received from Mecca
show that from Juno 10 to June 30 there
were 830 deaths from the disease in the
Two deaths Irom cholera occurred at Lai-
als Thursday and the disease is still spread
At Gibson, N. B., nearly lha whole town
was burned. Loss about 12,000.000. with
small Insurance. The fire is belived to
bave originated from a little boy playing
with a toy pistol and matches in his father's
barn. One hundred and thirty famines
were rendered homeless and were sheltered
In hotels and private houses.
Mrs. Cleveland and Baby Ruth left Wash
ington for their summer home.Oray Gables,
Buzzards Bay, Mass.
Messrs. Alnswortb, Masse, Dant and Co
vert, held responsible for tha Ford Theater
disaster in Washington, sac u gave 110,000
The Northwestern Miller of Minneapolis,
in its w.eklv review says: Tha mills ran
mora heavily lost week and produced 178,
615 barrels of flour, an average of nearly
80,000 barrels dally. For tbe corresponding
week a year ago however, tha output waa
210.480 barrels, and la )B01 only 125.530
BIYOMD OUB BORDERS.
Four students were drowned at Jollette,
Quebec, by the upsetting of their boat while
on a pleasure ride.
Tba drought Is causing great suffering Id
tha German Empire, and tba State fundi
are being used to aid Ihe peasants.
DEATH 1W A TUNNEL.
People Crushed and Ground to Death
Between Derailed Csrs and Btons
Wslls.Oomtng From Sheepe
The Long Islsnd passenger train that left
Manhattan Ileach, N, Y .Tuewlay afternton,
was partially derailed at the entrance to the
tunnel at I'arkvllle, on a dead switch. It
had mails one stop only at the Rlieepshead
race track and was crowded with people
who left Immediately after tbe Suburban.
Four of tbe six cars went off the track and
men who rode upon the steps of the open
excursion cars, were ground against the
stone walls and nnder the wheels. Nine
men were killed sndjabout 100 Injured, Tha
dead are: I'atrlck Dal, special policeman
of New York, Instantly killed; II. H. I'rlngle,
young man, resldenoi unknown; J, E.
Quimby, ITlicn, New York died In wagon
while being removed; Robert Cuddy, F. J.
McKlonlgle, Fritz I. Johnson, John H ml I ay.
Henry Hplnk, an unknown man.
Vhe Injured are: Frank J. Finn. New York,
Nicholas Foster. New Yurki H. J. McKeiina,
New York; I'. Johnson. New York; Andrew
llartholomew. ltliars, N. Y.; John Finger
aid, New York. J. II. Chi Ids. Klirabeth, N.
Y ; John t'aupbell, New York; llirman A.
Maynard, New York: J. H. Sullivan. Harri
son N. J.i William Hland, Jersey City; Fred
Prhallherg, New York; Harry Tyner, llrook
lyn; Mr. Appox, New York. These ere the
most seriously hurt The others suffered
mil. or Injuries.
Pwitch Operntor P S. MeOarry was srrest
ed pending an investigation Into the cause
of the accident
THE OftOWINa CROPS.
Lsck of Bain Betarda Things In Penn
sylvania and Burta Paatures.
Following is the crop rep irt iisued al
Washington: The reports indicate that t lie
west portion of the cotton region extending
from Alabama to Texas has been fuvored
with tine weather, and crops In this region
bare been improved, although In Kasteru
Texas cotton has been Injured by wet
weather. Pugar and rice plantations In
some portions of Kastern Louisiana are be
ing flooded owing to recent breaks In levees.
Generally the weather has been more favor
able throughout the south where crop con
ditions have Improved. The harvesting of
wheat Is progressing as far north as Central
Illinois, Indiana, Kansas and Ohio, and the
recent warm weather has produv.d normal
sessons thotighoiit the central valleys, but
the sesson Is retarded by from 10 to 'JO days
lu the Northwest and on the i'acitlc const.
In rennsylvanla.pastnres ore falllng:crnpi
growing slow ly; hay, except clover, below
i he average: corn good, wheat In better
condition than other crops.
In West Virginia, wheat cutting has be
gun; oats, rye end corn looking weil, hay
crop short; stock in good con Ji'.ion; i otatoes
in Ohio, corn Is being cultivated, clover
harvest progressed rspiilly tinder favorable
conditions, some barley cut. potatoes being
dug. wheat tilling end maturing, mid some
will be harvested the coming week, oats
and rye doing well.
AN EARTHQUAKE WAVE.
It Sweeps Through the Carolines ant
O sort la. Charleston Touohed
Bavakkah, Oa. A distinct rarthqnake
shock was felt here Tuesday. The vibrations
ia.i.i - v. .... . r.... . i. .i n, ... ..-
men! was from south to north. There wss
no rumble, but hesvy vibrations. Tsll
buildings shook perceptibly and windows
rattled. There was coi.sideruble excitement
but no damage is reported.
Aioi'sTA, Ua. A slight earthquake shock
of about two seconds' duration was felt hen
Ciiaki.fsto.1, S. C A very distinct shock
of earthquake was felt here Tuesday night
The vibrations seemed to be from east to
west and lasted severul seconds. No damage
Wiimixiiton, N. C There was snenrih
quake shock here Tuesday night, lusting but
a few seconds. Hundreds of people wero
aroused from s'eep and many rushed in
terror into the streets.
A NEW PENSION BULE.
Printed Btat imenta of Faota in Applica
tions Not to Be Used Hereafter.
An order was issued at Wash I ngton by Com
missioner Lochren, of tha Tension Bureau,
and approved by Secretary Smith, wlta a
view to preventing frail 1 in making appli
cation for pensions. It bss been the custom
of certain pension attorney to file applies
tlons for their clients, using printed forms,
all of the. matter contained In the applica
tion being in print, except the name, regi
ment, etc. By this means it is believed
applicants bave been induced by unprinci
pled attorneys to swear to a false statement
The order provides that "All statements
affecting Ihe particular cusa.and not merely
formal, must be written, or prepared to be
typewritten, in the presence of tbe witness
and from his oral declarations then made to
the person who then reduces tha testimony
to writing, or then prepares the same to be
tyiiewrltlcn. Ana such statement must
embody a statement by the witness that.
sucn testimony was su written, or prepared
for typewriting (as the case inav be) lu his
presence, and only Irom his orul statements
iheu made. " etc.
FIVE FERSONB KILLED.
Explosion In a Coal
At a lute hour Thursday evening, while
eight men were at work at Nanticoke, Pa.,
in No. 0 gangway of No. 0 slope of the
Susquehanna Coal company, about three
quarters of a mile from the bottom of the
shaft, a terrific explosion of gas took place
which hurled the victims off their feet and
scattered them In all directions, killing four
men and a boy Instantly, and seriously but
not fatally injuring three more.
The dead are Abram Walker, miner;
Frank Beanick, VJ years of age, door boy
John Smith, miner; W ra. Shorts, laborer; a
Polander whose name could not be learned,
Tba injured are: John Owent, horribly
burned about tbe head and arms; two I'o-
landers, names unknown, both badly
burned on bands and race.
Train Kills Four.
A train from Jersey City on the Newark
branch of tbe Krle railroad struck a cir
riaite near Avo dale, N. J., Saturday after
noon containing Mrs. Williams of Newark
and her 12-veor-old daughter, and Airs,
Druett of Newark and her two children,
ov aged-sbout 3 yeara and a girl about 6
- . ..... w ll-II
ra. The tnree cnucirsn anu wis. w
tiams ware instantly killed.
A mast In Chicago walked through an
open window while asleep, an t lulling te
tba pavement below wss killed,
FIRE, LIGHTNING AND A PANIC
BRING DEATH TO MANY PEOPLE,
Over ISO People Killed lu a Churnh
Panic, Eight Perish by Lightning
and Fourara Burnsd to
Pt rrTisssrso, rtrsstA, While the sn
rlent church of Romano at Porlaoglebsk, on
the Volga, was crowded with pilgrims from
all parts of Yarostav, who had come to take
part in the annual church procession, a
panic was caused by a false alarm of Ore
which had been raised by thieves In order
to facilitate 'tlielr . 0eratlons. When the
firemen arrived In nnswer to the tolling of
an alarm by the sexton they found the door
locked. Ilreaklng It In they witnessed a
fearful sight. In the mnd rush for the
exit hundreds had been knocked down and
Ira-rpled upon, while others had been suffo
cated by the pressure of the g-est throng of
terror striken people. The bodies of 120
women and 10 men were taken from the
church. Nor was this the total number of
victims, ss several other persons had been
killed and 20 fatally Injured by leaping
from windows 80 feet from the ground.
FOV It IlUltNlTl) TO DF.AT1I.
ruriAiiiTAHTS or Tits nt'SNru, ai.org, ix pt?-
I.'. Til. C'MKMATHI AT KIOHT.
Iumtii The lltinnell lllock. a Inrge
frame building, was totsllv destroyed by
fire, with n Ions of at least tour lives and
about (IO.isiO worth of property.
Four bodies were recovertd from the
smoking ruins. Tliev are Mrs. Marv Foard,
aged 33; Itol.ert Fonrd.nge,! 0; Mrs. F.lizaheth
Meagher, aged 8.", and Cella Mtiigher, aged
It is thought there are one or two others
In the ruins. Mrs. Foard was a c mk In the
restaurant on the ground floor. Mrs. Meagh
er was a seamstress and leaves four young
Walter Weylie, lineman, who was en
gaged lu spanning the e erlrlo light wires,
was thrown down by the falling tvulls and
killed. He was pulling with his bare hands
on an elect lie light wire when It crossed a
trolley and tie. Hi by e ectr'eity followed in
stantly. EitiHT KlLI.F.It AT A CIUCTS.
IHSHTMKII MAKES A SORRT rNPINd TO 4
TAMTY Of MFHIIY-MAK KRS.
Rivrrt Fai is, Wis. The large circus tent
of Singling Urns, was struck by lightning
while crowded with people. Instantly kill
ing eight and Injuring many. The killed
are: O. A. Demi. Kugene Reynolds, A.Cnr-
renter, O. P. Wlggl nd 14 year old son,
Curtis A Idredge, sged 12 years, J. A. (Ilon
dennlng. town clerk of Oak Orove; and un
The performance was not quite over when
the terrible storm caused the throng to
crowd out of the tent. While the people were
passing out, the tent was struck twice by
lightning. Fire was started but was extin
guished. The greatest consternation follow
ed. The rain continued falling in great
sheets end the bodies of the dead were soak
ed through before they could be removed.
As soon as possible, Ringliiig llrothers and
their employes did everything in their
power to allevlste the condition of the
wounded. The dead were taken down town
and laid out on the floor of the engine
house, where they were, with the exception
of the unknown boy, Identified in a few
minutes niter their arrival. Tbe scenes, as
relatives Ideal tied their dead, were dis-
The clothing on some of the deed was
torn to shreds, while others presented no
external evidence of the fatality. The
number of wounded Is estimated from 10 to
80 More of them were taken home aud are
WORLD'S FAIR ATTENDANCE.
Just fiCI.NIG Tickets 8oll Inlly For
$t,1fi;i,37l In Korty-ono Iruys.
The average number of paid admissions to
the World's Fair In thn first forty-ono days
it has been open Is 50,810. The average, dully
gate rooelpts have tieon (28.408. In these
fortv-ons days 3,250,000 people have visited
It Is estimated that the paid admittances
must nvenigo IX), 000 dully from July to
November hforo the stockholders of the
great Exposition receive n dividend on the
3l.0fi0,00n which the Fair has onst. It ts in
teresting to eomparo tho presont nttendnnee
with that at the lust World's Fair In Phila
delphia, which, though a morn side show bo
side this one, wits as notable In 1870 as tho
present one Is lu IH'Xi. Tho following tnlilo
shows the daily averuge paid atteadaoao at
May 10,045 August 84,940
June ..2n.7S0 Hoptemlier Hl.'Jfil
July 20,358 October 89,789
If Chicago's visitors Increase as Phltadol-
P hln's did, the attendance at the Columbian
air In October will reach the magnificent
total of 1110,000 dally visitors. The Chicago
Fair Is six times as Dig ami six times ns
costly as thn World's Fair of 1876, and
many experienced prophets predicts nn
nttendnnee six times as grant before the Ex
position closes. Tho first twenty-two days'
attendance at each exp-witlou Is hare given
side by side i
8. .. 15.B37
0. .. 17.854
9. .. 17.171
,. 33, MM
41.1 1 l'tf
10. .. 111.514
It will be remembered that the complaint
that the Fair was unllDiahed deterred many
early visitors in Chicago many more than
were Kept awny irom inn ruiimioipnia fair
In May. Besides tbe actual receipts for ad
mittances at tha gates the Fair treasury la
swelled by tha sale of many souvenir tickets,
which ore curried away by visitors ns kewp
sokes. Over 108.442 such tickets, or (54,221
worth, have already disappeared, presumably
Into Home alliums ana souvenir nooks, it is
not possible to get nn exact statement of the
running expenses, but tbe Chairman of the
FiuuiKie Committee says they are not now
greater than (20.000 per day, and that they
are sometimes ns low as 615,000. If the
operating expenses art kept down to (15,000
for the romuluder of the time the Fair Is
open, and If the average attendance eneh daj
tor tile next 130 days Is morb than double the
averugo attendance to duta, there seems to bt
no obstaclo in the way of the Cxposltlot
proving a uiuutoiu,! suootss.
Thank You. Sir; You're Welcome.
Vii'ler date of June 12 the duke ol Vera
gna wrote to Secretary Gresharo thanking
him. the l'ie idem and Ihe people of the
I'mtid Pistes for Ihe reception lendcrei. Ibe
duke's family aud himself. The duke
sicke freely his admiration for this
cou'itry. Under date of Ihe next day Sec
retary Uresham appioprlalely rtsponded.
Big Internal Hsvenue Inoresa-.
The c dltclions of Internal revenue for
Ibe II months of the current fiVcal yesr
amounted to H,'i,('iHO0, an increase over
the corresponding period of tbe lust fical
year of 7,i,403.
Elevator sickness In a ftrnsnMnn
ennlagoiiB to sea sickness. You know
if you've crossed Lnko Michigan In a
northrrly Rale that yon lienr with for
titutlo the motion of your etui of tho
boat when it's nn thn rise, lint listen
for thn angels' harps when it sinks.
The elevator sickness ia luiilt oh the
same principle. It is morn frequent in
New lurk anil Chicago than anywhere
else in tho world. The victims, mostly
womctk, often suffer frightful qualms
when the oar starts on ita downward
plunge. Home of the less impression
able victims content themselves with
tupgiiiff at the ropn boy's bob-iailed
coat and begging him to "go alow,
please." Then with a muttered prayer
or something the boy, who has heard
Hint Jiloa before, shakes otit a reef or
two more nnd nmkes the trip in double)
quirk, and tho victim shuts her eyes
aud shudders. Frequently she. faints
Sway completely. Experience does not
seem to diminish tho complaint,
A man should not Itnaglno because
a plrl of 10 laughs at his Jokes, that
he la a great wit; a Kill of IS laughs
because alio la 10.
'HE U. 5. Government Chemists
nation of scores of different brands,
that the Royal Baking Powder is ab
solutely pure, of highest leavening
capacity, and superior to all others.
Brevity is tho Soul of Wit." Good Wife,
D. II. IIILOBR, Esq.
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILED!
La Grippe Baffled!
The After Effects Cured
Mr. llllgcr writes i "I had a bad attack of
tbe Orlppo; after a time caught cold and had
a second attack) It settled in my kldneye
and liver, nnd Oh I such pain and misery
In my back and leg".
The Physicians' medicine and other things
that I used made no Impression, and I contin
ually grew worse until I was a physical wreck,
and given up to die.
Father bought mo a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
WA.V H-HOOT, nnd Uf i rc I hail used all of
the second bottle I felt better, and to-day I
am Just as well as ever. A year has passed and
not a trace of thetlrlppo is left, SWAMP"
SiWa ViTsi HOOT saved my life."
VM U I. H. lltixiKR, Hulmeville, To.
MaK J',n- 10th, into.
At DruggUla, 50r. A $1.00
tyjtfer sulfation 1'ree. Dr. Kilmer t o.
EJSJB JLr BlNOHAMTOM, N. V.
Dr. Kilmer's PARILLA LIVER PILLS Ars ths Belt,
i'l Pllla, 25 cents. All Draggle!.
.An agreeable) tAxattve and Knn Tosria
Bold by Druggista or sent by malL tSOntOo,
and SUXIpar package. Pamplos tree.
JTf TTft The Favorite TOOTI Knit
WORN NIGHT AND DAY.
Hnldii Ih wnrwt rut
.turtt wlih ua
lur ftu ctrrminrfit.
New Pat. Iiiiuinvpnifnt
iiiuat, vat, un rum r
cairu. u. v. uouim n rsr.
t o., sMHiawa, n.v.city,
SOUTHERN FARMS E
roH BALK at low
Inter! writ for denerlpilv prlr .lit.
CALDWELL ft Jl'DAH, UCMfHW. T.
UIBBIIAr BIBFB WmtE. tOO uMlla aad
rHAnnlABK rMrtsll ceou wantcrrp4inUt'ni
UlKNCLi' HUMTULIi lULtUU,
AN IDIAL FAMILY MKOICINC
For IsWlBtWllaala PllllllBrWi
Ilea4sca CmUUh, Bad
an4 all diewrdan at IM tUMaauA.
UVran4 Bowtla, .
art foatiy Trinroaiptlj. PerftH
dkgMka (olio their um. id
T druabU tr ut bj wtMlL B
FANVcI KMIOAL CO,
jea eon c it will not cube.
I 1 VATMVTsDv
Te definite I' e stystem
Effect unllr yet gently, when tontlve or billons,
or when tbe blond Is Impure or slugglsh.tn per
manently cure habitual ennstlintlon, to awsk
en the kidneys snd liver to a health v activity,
w.thout Irr.tnting nr weakening them, to dis
pel headache, colds or fevers, us Hyrup of
Japan has the freest press on earth.
We Care It ant a re.
Nn matter of bow long standing. Write
for free treatise, tertlrrmn'nl. etc., to H. J.
llol)enwortli A Co., Owcio, HogA Co., N. Y.
Price (1; by lend, (1.I&,
Ireland li using American salt,
fl, K. Cnbnrn, Mgr., Clarle flcntt, writes i " 1
rind Hall's Catarrh Cum a valuable remedy."
llruggUtsael! It, 75c.
Italian soldiers are allowed cigars as a
part of their dally rations.
Mornlngs-Heecham's Tills with a tlr'nk of
water. Betckaui'a nu ether. 25 cents box.
The telegraph employs 2 2O0.O0J miles oi
Hatch's I'nlversnl Cough Hyrup, most
prompt, plc-sannt anil effe; tint!. 25 cents.
The Indian rhinoceros has the thickest
skin of any quadruped.
If afflicted with soreeyes nse Dr. lsnanTnomp'
son's bra-water. DruKglstsssll ati'io per bottle-
This country hss 1.050 savings bsnks.
after an exami
re SjnH A. i ttf.mn ti - - - . .
illustrated catalogue ol bicycles, guns,
snd sporting xk)s of (very description.
Jarm p. two Arena On. Baton, esass.
T)a fVrtt Ri Ttaw! vA 1
witi I'artf. F.n.imrid ani Painra which stain the I
'' i-. sisjisis- lis- noii sbum "urn rrni.
lur ni.iru ruin ni.r riilisn IH lT IlimnC, fJOnf
iirnltt and th coonuirier pay fur no lln
or !o parkufre with vry purrhase. I
K ei: '.jKui
sWCAb -rOuire AS,
MEND YOUR OWN HARNESS
No tool niairfd. Only a harnmar neUvl u dtivi
nt I ciir.t'-A thi m casjily and fiuick.y, leaving tha clmoh
aiKoiatsTly Mouutlb KcqiUrlnf no ho to b hihU in
th tcaihor nor iurr ur lit Uivata. Tby are itJiiai.
IohkIb and dnrnbl. Miliiona now in um. Xll
laiik'thsi, unilnnu r smi'it-tpd, put up In boxea.
Aak roar ttaitlr ror lbia, or aend aOo la
ataiupa tor a ou& ui lui, aaurtu ui. alaa id bf
JUDS0N L. THOMSON MFQ. CO.,
ACRES OF LAND
for sals by UisSaut Pint
A DCLDTB R4ILSOAD
QoaruiT ia Mlunesota. Stud tot Msps sad Circa,
lars. Thsy srUl be sent to yoa
Address HOPEWELL CLARKE,
Laud Commiasloow, Bt. Psul, iliiia
MnliirV mi'lr by selllns an
DIm mUllb I entirely new lisU'liled
arlickv. Nu CuniHlitiun. Kxeluslvn Tarrllnry,
Uulclc HalvM. Nu Capital lleiiulreit. Painter
VruturriHl. Heft'ren.'u., KTrhHnneil. AilUrrsa,
tiis: rai.sa i.r.TTra o..
U aatd 17 Hsauuxl MA., CIbuisunlI. Oklo.
GOITRE CU I KiTSSS-.
CMwaiilfM aad iMtiyl
bu hav vak tnaia or aaiiv
ma. ibould aa Piao'aCar for
Conaunptlua. It baa nrtsl
t a ri. It ha not injur
u on. It ia not bad to im
It la tha haat oouAtb ay rap.
Bold rbr. &.
P M U i '03
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