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There are some books which requira pnr
ticulur ai tention from the reader, but there
is a young man in a New England city who,
to judge from ids own statements, finds
nothing to check the speed with which he
reads, even in the most difficult books.
"Everything is easy reading to me," he
remarked cheerfully to a friend. "Now,
people call 'Euclid's Elements' almrd hook.
I've heard 'em say so. But I dcn't. I read
it through from beginning to end, sir, yes
terday in a piece of the- afternoon between
dinner and supper."
"Read all Euclid in one afternoon!" ex
claimed his friend. "How was that possi
ble?" "Upon my honor, I did it," returned the
young man, with a broad smile of self saw
isfaction, "and I never read smoother read
ing in my life."
"Did you master all the demonstrations
and solve all the problems as you went?"
inquired theother.with natural incredulity.
"Demonstrations and problems?" queried
the young man. "Oil, I suppose you mean
the a's and b's and c s and l's and 2's and
the pictures of scratches and scrawls. No,
I skipped all those. I read just Euclid him
self, and I read all of him in one piece of
the afternoon too!" Youth's Companion.
Same Copy Might A Meet Him Thus.
"Drunk again," she sarcastically m
marked as he stumbl -d Into the room.
"What's gone wrung now?"
"Xussin, in' dear," stammered the ed
itor, "I jus' dizzy head swim f'ui readin
'n c'rectin s'much copy."
"Well," she muttered, as he carefully
placed hid lyc.ots on the bed and threw
himself under It, "I've often heard that
reading makesa full man, but I never saw
It veriiied before." Atlanta Constitution.
Thwarting a Hoodoo.
All actors are secretly unhappy if they
meet a cross eyed man or woman on the
way to the theater, and the only method of
throwing off the "hoodoo" is to cross the
two forefingers and make the motion of
"spitting" over them. This is a very dread
ful thing to see accomplished by a fair sou
brette, or "ingenue," but she will usually
be guilty of pursing up her pretty mouth
and simulating the offensive act in case
the necessity arise. Chicago Post.
AN CN8KKN KNKMT
Ja more to be dreaded than an open nnd visible
one. That subtile and lurking foe, which under
Che generic name ol miliaria mnnilests Itself,
when it clutches in In its tenacious grai-n, In the
vutious forms ol chills and fever, billona remit
tent, dumb ague or ague cnke,can only be effect
ually guarded against by fortifying the system
against its insidious attacks wi h Hostetter's
btomach Bitters, a thorough antidote to the
poison of miasma in the system and a safeguard
against it thoroughly to bo relied upon. In the
event of a malarious attack avoid poisonl g
your system with quinine, and use Instead this
wholesome rem ify, u objectionable in taste
jnd far more efficacious than any drug. Use
the Bitters for d apepaln, biliousness, constipa
tion, kidney complaint- and rheumatism.
Though neither beautiful nor young,
,i. n c huu call
v-- yvshli the giound she walks hpou,
'- A Jecauseshe owns it all.
For coughs, colds and throat disorders
" Brown' t L:onchal Trochtt" have proved
their elliracy by a test of man; years. Sold
only in boxca.
Any man who ever owned a balky horse will
tell you that he found the animal exceedingly
hard to get along with.
The man or woman who is prof) ably employed
Is generally happy. If you arenothappv.it may
be because you nave not found your proper work.
We earnestly urne all such persons to write to
B. F. Johnson & Co. of Richmond, Vii., and
they c in show you a work in which you can be
happily and pruiltably employed.
She- Mr. Daldeau has a very clear head, has
he lut? He Very clear on top.
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Size, 33x48 inside bearers; table distribu
tion; bed springs; will print nine-column
folio or six-column quarto; a splendid all
round press for country office; for sale
cheap; guaranteed in order. Address
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Dm Knamellne stove Polish; no dust, no smell.
Tar GiBMia for breakfast.
Only Cheap Higli-Class
rrlce$iii; superior to 1100 machines. Agents
wanted in every town, tlood chaaie for live
men. Wri'e for particulars and catalogue i f
Typewriter Supplies. PACIFIC TYPEWRITER
KXCHAXCE, Port and, Or.
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Belting, Packing and Hose, Boots and
Shoes, Rubber and Oil Clothing,
Druggists' Rubber Goods,
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Write for catalogue frie.
f yon are
going to have
a purly, be
sure to make
the cake with
THE t rvmsoN.
SUNSET SEED & PLANT CO. AI1 Three
(Sherwooa Hill Nuraery Co.) . , "
4 J7-o Sansome St., San Francisco ,or
From the administrative report of the
Andaman Islands for tho past official
year, which lias recently been issued in
Calcutta, it appears that the aborigines
of the archipelago are disappearing so
rapidly that Mr. Portinnn states the
present generation may be considered as
the last of the great Andaman tribe. All
the people of Rutland Island and Port
Cuinpliell are now dead and very few
remain in the South Andainans. Apart
from the mortality from infectious
diseases, it is said that the few children
who are now born do not survive.
Mr. Peatman is endeavoring to keep
the tribe alive as long as possible, and
lie is collecting all the children at his
house, where they are well fed and
cared for; but this can only postpone for
a short time the extiliction of the race.
For many centuries the people lived
completely isolated from the rest of the
world, but, like the Pacific Islanders,
they seem vniuDle to withstand contact
with external civilization. Galigimni's
Kept General Grant's Horses.
Sixty long years, with their sunshine
and shadow, have passed since Mr.
John T. Price, the well known livery
man, first saw the light of day, and all
day Monday he was kept busy receiviug
congratulations on his golden jubilee.
Mr. Price was born in Alexandria on
April 11, IW.
Having been in business at his present
stand for twenty-seven years he is full
of reminiscences of great Americans
who patronized his fliers. Among these
was General Grant, who came in one
day and said: "Price, I want to take a
spin over the road today. Let me have
one of your fastest trotters." When the
general returned he was profuse in his
praise of the horse lie had driven, and
"Price, that fellow was chain light
General Grant's Arabian steeds, pre
sented to him by the sultan of Turkey,
were placed in Mr. Price's care when
they first came here. Washington Post.
It was in the conservatory. At last he
had the chance of a tete-a-tete with the fair
one who had enslaved him. She seemed
rather cold, but of course that niiijlit be
due to the cooler atmosphere after the
warmth of the ballroom. This is how he
attempted to break the ice, "I suppose you
are extremely fond of dancing, Miss Trip
toe?" "Well, not passionately. I sometimes
prefer 'sitting out,' especially with an in
Then the bund struck up again.
"Let me see I have you down for this
waltz, I think. Shall we miss it?"
"Oh, dear, nol Not on any account!"
And somehow he didn't seem to half en
joy that dance. Tit-lJits.
The Proper Thing.
Mother How are you nnd Mr. Caller get
ting along? Has be proposed yet?
Daughter No. He is just like this corn
we are preparing for the Christmas tree.
Mother How so?
Daughter Don't pop easily.
Mother Then I'd shake him. Rochester
Democrat and Chronicle.
Slutting a VUltor.
"When that man came to Chicago, sir, he
couldn't write his name. And now he's
"I suppose he has learned to write by this
"Write? That man, sir, wields the finest
cattle pen in Chicago." Chicago Tribune.
A Cold Hide.
She Did you put the hot water bottle in
the sleigh under the Boston girl's feet?
He Ob, yes, and when we got back the
water was frozen solid. Life.
Ad Electrie Launch.
A fine electric launch has just been
built for the Earl of Dysart. which meas
ures 55 feet in length and 8 feet 6 inches
in beam. With her full equipment on
board she will draw 2 feet 6 inches of
water, and her speed will be 8J to 0
miles an hour for seven hours. She is
built of mahogany and teak, with omni
bus seating on the roof of her capacious
saloon. New York Telegram.
Melbourne is just emerging from the
overwhelming effects of a land boom.
All trades are stagnant and the unem
ployed are clamoring for work.
Choice Flower Seeds
for 50 cents
Desirable Vegetable Seeds
for 75 cents
15 Flowering; Bulbs
Begonias, Tuberoses, etc.
TliroDsh Santa ClaraWheat
Bj FBAUCIS BRET HABTS,
The rapidity of motion which kept
them both with heads bent forward, and
seemed to force back any utterance that
rose to their lips, spared Rose the obli
gation of conversation, and her compan
ion was equally reticent. But it was
evident to her that he half suspected she
was running away from the Randolphs,
and that she wished to avoid the em
barrassment of being overtaken even in
persuasive pursuit. It was not possible
that he knew the cause of her flight, and
yet she could not account for his evident
desire to befriend her, nor above all for
his apparently humorous enjoyment of
Had ha taken it gravely she might
have been tempted to partly confide in
him and ask his advice. Was she doing
right, after all? Ought she not to have
stayed long enough to speak her mind
to Mrs. Randolph and demand to be
sent home? No! She had not only
shrunk from repeating the infamous
slander she had overheard, but she had
a terrible fear tliat if she had done 80
Mrs. Randolph was capable of denying
it. or even charging her with being still
under the influence of the earthquake
shock and of walking in her sleep. No!
She could not trust her she could trust
no one there. Had not even the major
listened to those infamous lies? Had
she not seen that he was helpless in the
hands of this cabal in his own house
holda cabal that she herself had
thoughtlessly joined against him?
They had reached the first slight
ascent. Her companion drew out his
watch, looked at it with satisfaction and
changed the position of his hands on the
reins. Without being able to detect the
difference she felt they were slackening
speed. She turned inquiringly toward
him. He nodded his head with a half
smile and a gesture to her to look ahead.
The spires of San Jose were already
faintly uplifting from the distant fringe
So soon! In half an hour she would be
there, and then! She remembered sud
denly she had not yet determined what
to do. Should she go on at once to San
Francisco, or telegraph to her father and
await him at San Jose. In either case a
new fear of the precipitancy of her ac
tion and the inadequacy of her reasons
had sprung up in her mind. Would her
father understand her? Would he un
derrate the cause and be mortified at the
insult she had given the family of his
old friend, or, more dreadful still, would
he exaggerate her wrongs and seek a
personal quarrel with the major. He
was a man of quick temper and had the
western ideas of redress. Perhaps even
now she was precipitating a duel be
tween them! Her cheeks grew wan
again, her breath came quickly; tears
gathered in her eyes. Oh, she was a
dreadful girl, she knew it! She was an
utterly miserable one, and she knew
The reins were tightened, the pace
lessened and at last fell to a walk. Con
scious of her telltale eyes and troubled
face she dared not turn to her compan
ion to ask him why, but glanced across
"When you first came I didn't get to
know your name, Miss Mallory, but I
reckon I know your father."
Her father! What made him say that?
She wanted to speak but she felt she
could not. In another moment, if he went
on, she must do something she would
"I reckon you'll be wanting to go to
the hotel first anyway?"
There! she knew it! He would keep
on! And now she had burst into tears.
The mare was still walking slowly;
the man was lazily bending over the
shafts as if nothing had occurred. Then
suddenly, illogically, and without a mo
ment's warning, the pride that had sus
tained her crumbled, and became as the
dust in the road. She burst out and told
him this stranger! this man she had
disliked! all and everything. How she
had felt, how she had been deceived, and
what she had overheard.
"I thought as much," said her com
panion quietly, "and that's why I sent
for your father."
"Yon sent for my father? When
where?" said Rose in astonishment.
"Yesterday. He was to come today,
and if we don't find him at the hotel it
will be because he has already started to
come here by the upper and longer road.
But you leave it to me, and don't yon
say anything to him of this now. If he's
at the hotel I'll say I drove you down to
show off the mare. Sabe? If he isn't
I'll leave you there and come back here
to find him. I've got something fc tell
him that will set you all right." He
smiled grimly, lifted the reins, the mare
started forward again, and the vehicle
and its occupants disappeared in a van
ishing dost cloud.
"He couldn't change your blood."
It was nearly noon when Mr. Dawson
finished rubbing down his sweating mare
in the little stable shed among the wheat.
He had left Rose at the hotel, for they
found that Mr. Mallory had previously
started by a circuitous route for the
wheat ranch. He had resumed not only
his working clothes but his working ex
pression. He was now superintending
the unloading of a wain of stores and
implements when the light carryall of
the Randolphs rolled into the field. It
contained only Mrs. Randolph and the
driver. A slight look of intelligence
passed between the latter and the near
est one of Dawson's companions, suc
ceeded, however, by adnll look of stupid
vacancy on the face of all the others, in
cluding Dawson. Mrs. Randolph noticed
it and was forewarned. She reflected
that no human beings ever looked natur
ally as stupid as that and were able to
work. She smiled sarcastically and then
Degon with dry distinctness and narrow
"Miss Mallory, a young lady visitina
us, went out for an early walk this
morning and has not returned. It is
possible she may have lost her way
among your wheat. Have you seen
anything of her?"
Dawson raised his eyes from his work
and glanced slowly around at his com
panions as if taking the heavy scene of
the assembly. One or two shook their
heads mechanically, and returned to
their suspended labor. He said coolly:
"Nobody here seems to."
She felt that they were lying. She
was only a woman against five men; she
was only a petty domestic tyrant. She
might have been a larger one, but she
had all the courage of that possibility.
"Maj. Randolph and my son are
away," fshe went on, drawing herself
erect. "But I know that the major will
pay liberally if these men will search
the field, besides making it all right
with your employers for the loss of
Dawson uttered a single word in a low
vcice to the man nearest him, who ap
parently communicated it to the others,
for the four men stopped unloading and
moved away one after the other, even
the driver joining in the exodus. Mrs.
Randolph smiled sarcastically; it was
plain that these people with all their
boasted independence were quite amen
able to pecuniary considerations. Never
theless, as Dawson remained looking
quietly at her, she saidi
"Then I suppose they've concluded to
go and see?"
"No, I've sent them away so that they
"What I've got to say to you."
She looked at him suddenly. Then
she said with a disdainful glance around
her: "I Bee I am helpless here, and,
thanks to your trickery, alone. Have a
care, sir. I warn yon that you will have
to answer to Maj. Randolph for any in
solence," 'I reckon you won't toll Maj. Ran
dolph what I have to say to you," he re
Her lips . ere nearly a grayish hue,
but she said scornfully: "And why not?
Do you know who you are talking tor
The man came lazily forward to the
carryall, carelessly brushed aside the
slack reins, and resting his elbows on
the horse's back laid his chin on his
hands as he looked up iu the wotnan'B
"Yes, I know who I'm talking to," he
said coolly. "But as the major don't, 1
reckon you won't tell him."
"Stand away from that horse," she
said, her whole face taking the grayish
color of her lips, but her black eyes
growing smaller and brighter. "Hand
me those reins and let me pass. What
canaille are you to stop me!"
"I thought so," returned the mar.
without alteritig his position. "You
don't know me. You never saw me be
fore. Well, I'm Jim Dawson, the nephew
Df L'Hommadieu. your old mastor!"
She gripped the iron rail of the seat as
if to leap from it, but chocked herself
suddenly and leaned back with a set
gmilo on her mouth that seemed stamped
mere, it was remarkable that with that
smile she flung away her old affectation
of superciliousness for an oldor and
ruder audacity, and that not only the
expression but the type of her face ap
peared to have changed.
"I don't say," continued the man
quietly, "that he didn't marry you before
he died. But you know as well as I do
that the laws of his state didn't recog
nize the marriage of a master with his
octoroon slave. And you know as well
as I do that even if he had freed you he
couldn't change your blood. Why, if
I'd been willing to stay at Avoyelles to
ue a nigger driver like him the planta
tion of "Da Fotitages," whose name
you have taken, would have been left U
me. If you had staid there you might
have been my property instead of your
owning a square man like Randolph.
You didn't think of that when yon camo
here, did you?" he added composedly.
Klevated Railroad Slghta.
I saw whilo riding in a Third avenue
elevated car from tho City hall station
to Twenty-third street, among other
interesting things, a mother spanking
her boy; any number of people making
np beds; room after room of cheup
lodging houses in which men were
Bmoking, reading, talking, chewing to
bacco; a woman scraping the scales
from a fish; a young man kissing a
young woman, and presumably a young
woman kissing a young man; a squir
rel turning his wheel with tremendous
rapidity ; a spitz dog, a bulldog, a skye
terrier and a parrot with a green and
yellow tail ; any number of men sitting
in their shirt sleeves and smoking at
the windows ; boys blowing "spit balls"
upon the passers below ; young women
waving huntikerchiefs to the engineers
and brakemen ; any number of unmade
beds; a little boy taking a bath; girls
and men working sewing machines ; a
little chap blowing ti'iap bubbles nnd
tho editor of a well known evening pa
per taking u drink. Joe Howard in
New York Recorder.
If the woman who visits Romo wishes
to follow tradition and "do as the Ro
mans do," she will be careful nevor to
take an escort's ana in a Catholic
church. Indeed, the guides instruct
thoso who stroll innocently arm in arm
about St. Peter's looking at the pictures,
"rtseoeti and altars of that wonderful
cathedral that they are committing an
Italiuns lire very particnlar about the
etiquette of kissing the hand. A man
kisses the right hund of hiB mother, aunt
or elderly friend and the left hand of
his sweetheart. It is not permitted him
to kiss the palm of the hand except in
great and affectionate intimacy. It is
regarded as a token that he is very
much in love. Upon arriving at a
formal dinner a gentleman takes the
band of his hostess and bends low over
it as if about to kiss it, but docs not
do so. After dinner etiquette demands
that he tako her bund again and kiss it.
French dandies are now going about
with a novel scarfpin under their chins.
The ornament consists of a gayly pin
maged singing bird connected by means
of a tiny rubber pipe with a bulb in the
wearer's pocket. Press the bulb, and the
bird squeaks and waggles his head and
The assayer who examined the aero
lite that fell on the farm of Lawrence
Freeman near Bath, S. D., on the after
noon of Aug. 39, 181)2, reports that the
principal minerals it contains are gold,
silver, nickel and cobalt.
THE ENGINEER'S STORY.
A TRUE AND INTERESTING NAR
RATIVE FROM CASPAR,
C'allforiila-Tlie Remarkable Kxperlrnrc
of a ItHllroail .Mun - How He Wan
From the san Frani-lspo Chronicle.
Away up on the California coast, 140
miles north of ISan Francisco, in the
beautiltil little seaside town of Caspar,
lives a man upon whom a mndnrn mir
acle has been wrought. The man is
Charles L. Hubbard, well known all over
ttie coast tor lug faithfulness and integ
rity. His word in a dozen towns along
California's coast is as good as a bond,
according to what leading citizens say.
Mr. Hubbard has worked for the Mendo
cino Lumber Company for the lost thir
teen years. He is working for the com
pany now as a locomotive engineer, and
a more conscientious and industrious
man in a more trying and exhaustive
occupation could hardly be found.
Mr. Hubbard was found, after diligent
questioning, in the cabof his locomotive.
His bands and face were covered with
engine grease and perspiration, betoken
ing his hard labor, but his clear, blue
eyes were those of a happy, honest man.
The Chronicle man climbed into the cab
and said: "Mr. Hubbard, I've come
all the way from San Francisco to hear
the story of your suffering and how you
" Well, I'm glad to see you," said Mr.
Hubbard. " I've half been expecting to
see some newspaper man from there
about it, for my case has attracted wide
spread attention. I've had rheumatism
that's what my trouble has been for
years. I get it in this hot cab when the
cold wind and fog from the ocean blow
" But, to begin at the beginning, I must
tell you that 1 have been working here
for this company for thirteen years. 1
have had rheumatism all the time, and
I think I first contracted it attb dlii.-lr-
ahominy swamp in the war of the rebell
ion. I 8ull'ered terribly with it, espe
cially of late years. Vi'hv. some niafitH
I went home all doubled over and liarrlWr
able to walk. I don't know how I kept
at ttuik, hilt Suppose it Wlo bcCSUSC I
naa to. l But lured a great deal in my
bed. Some nights I have waked up and
found my arm outside of the covers A i.
such times I could not put it back in
oeu, out nau 10 lilt it with the other
hand and net it under the clotl
slowly. Of course, I was trying every-
mug. spent, money lor all sorts of
patent medicines, paid doctors here and
in San Francisco for treatment, and
bought a lot of electric bolts. I naiil
over $70 for electric bolts, got the moBt
powerful I could find, but they did no
good. Well, Bir, my wife's Bister in St.
John, New Brunswick, sent us a lot of
papers from time to time, and nearly all
of them had remarkable stories of cures
by a medicine called Dr. Williams' Pink
l'ills for Pale l'eonle. Finally inv wife
got at me to try some of the pills. I got
some, and there was such an improve
ment in me after taking two or three
boxes that now I wouldn't think of try
ing to get along without them in the
house. My wife, too, has had much
nervous trouble, and Bhe began to take
the pills with wonderful ell'eet. They
proved the bust thing in the world for
mo, and my wife thinks there is nothing
like them for nervous trouble. Our faith
in them is so great that we recommend
them to every one. People laughed at
me at first and I laughed myself, but they
turned out to be the thing, and I wouldn't
take lots of money for the good they
have done me. As for the neighbors, I
have purchased $15 worth of the pilU
iur mem, anu uiey are uomg tliem good
for all sorts of ailments. I can give the
pills tho strongest recommendation, as I
tried evorvthinir hnforn without nnu om.l
ell'eet, and these have done wonders for
Mrs. Hubbard, the wife of the eniri-.
neer, was found in her pretty little home,
which is fairly embowered in flowers.
She was most cordial, and corroborated
all her husband had said.
the neighbors and fullow-workmen of
Mr. Hubbard were most warm in their
praises of the engineer, and also con
tinued the story of the improvement in
Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple contain all the elements necessary to
give new life and richness to the blood
and restore shattered nerves. They are
an unfailing specific for such diseases as
locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St.
Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheu
matism, nervous headache, the after ef
fects of la grippe, palpitation of the heart,
pale and sallow complexions, and all
forms of weakness either in male or fe
male. Pink Pills are sold bv all dealers.
or will be sent post-paid on receipt of
price (50 cents a box or six boxes for
2.60) by addressing Dr. Williams' Med
icine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
vgjS! "About ton years ago I con
7gBM tracted a severe case of blood
poison. Leading physicians prescribed
medicine after medicine, which I took
without any relief. I also tried mercu
rial and potash remedies, with unsuo
Oessful results, but which brought on an
attack of morcuri' 1 rheumatism that
made my life ono of agony.. After ent
ering four years I gave up all remedies
and commenced using 8. S. S. After
taking several bottles, I was entirely
3urnn ana auie 10 resume worK.
StKH is the greatest modiclne for
'JJ blood poisoning to-day on
TraatlM On TUnnd tml filrln fUuuM tn.tl.l
tree. Bwur Bi-jtcmo Co.. Atlanta, Ua.
BURNS, BRUISES. SCALDS,
CUTS AND WOUNDS.
"j r oiii
we are Pacific Coaat
oatrichea and all klnda
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
CREAT'SAVING RESULT8 FROM THE USE OF
Smoke the Admiral Cigar
ettea and be happy.
SAFE, QfclCK AND EFFECTIVE.
The valuable curative properties of All
cocs's Porous Plasters are due to the em
ployment of the highest ' medical and
cuemical skill. Thev are rmrelv verotuhla
and in ingredients and method have never
been equaled; safe, quick and effective in
.wen niinun , tuey ao not burn or blister,
but soothe and revive while -curing, and
can ba worn without causing inconveni
ence. Ad other so-called porous plasters are
wuuabiuiio, maue to oeu on me reputation
Brandbith's Pills, the safest purgativ
" De trouble wld too many ob von nlsrgern,"
y I'ncle Mom-, " U ilm you want to lib lu-
hits u uie iiurisuans.
STATE or OHIO, CITV or 'jyi.EDO,)
Frank J. chknky makes oali that he la the
I'uiur partner 01 tne arm 01 r. J. chknky &
t o., doing- business lu the city of Toledo, coun
ty and Bute tforeiiaiil, and that Biiid lirm will
pay the aum of ONE JIUNDKKD DULI.AK3 fur
trwii mm every case 01 oatnrni Hint cannot be
eurea oy me useot Hall s catakhh Chris.
FRANK J. CHUNKY.
Sworn to before me and aubncrlbed In my
prmmee IhiaOth dayol December. A. 1. IHM.
8KAL.J A. W. ULEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la talcnn tMfjt-n,.Mv .,'nt
acta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
v iu syau-m. oeua mr U'tmmouittis, free.
K. J. CHEN E Y A CO,
Sold by druggists; 78 cents.
One TBerk Water Motor, new. that will
develop from 10 to 15-horae power; can be
uau at a saoruice Dy aouressmg
Palmer A Rev,
Brings comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
'ess expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
'he value to health of the pure liquid
uxative principles embraced iu the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence la due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the tasto, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleauxing the system,
ilistH'lling colds, headaches nnd fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, becauso it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionablo substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figx,
nnd being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oflcred.
means strength to with
stand chronic ailments,
coughs, colds and disease.
Sound flesh Is essential to
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
enriches the blood, builds
up flesh and fortifies the
system against sickness and
chronic ailments. Physicians,
the world over, endorse lt
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
Prousrad bjr Switt Uowne, N. V. All Dnutiriala.
Free by Mail
on receiptor O.it Dolus
A Whole Garden.
lt til T ail vou ntir 11 In air trt fiui num wt.w.h
will tell you Miiii.Hi.it it. hiinnnt Henri ftnd I'iniit
ni. (M lUPUiruul Mali 1Uim I . j.i
Hlr.et, Had V mntiiKO. Hele ted Heed it siwcialty.
f'TOHINO VI LBS Known by molitvK
Ik prptrti(ui, oauite IntoiiM iUibuif
when warm. This form and BLIND.
MUtaiiUHi or PliOTiiUDlttu) flaUStf
OR. BO SAN KO'S PILE REMEDY,
wbluh Mi dtrvotlr on part fToU4.
absorb tumor. ilrltahJn .frotfn(
permanent our. Frloe 600, Iru(lit
MRS. WINSLOWS sos0vT(u,,N,1
BTffa ffluii narM tvvtuiha
Fa eU fcr mi I Dratrflau. 1'iln tmii
'VWAMT THE BEST.
Hund for our Catalogue of
Boat uiukea. Low ptlcea. Kruy pay
mmU. AiMroaa W. CJ. Hiacb,
N. P. N. U. No. 530-R. F. N. D. No. 613
Perfect Cure of
IP YOUR BU8INKH8 DOKo MOT PAY,
Chlckeni ar. eaalljr end iiicceailully
ralaed bjualnf the Petaluma In
pubatera tnd Brooders. Our it
n-Hiumi 11 yon want atronir, TUoroua ohlrka
Headquarter, for Bone and Clorerl'iittora. Mark
era, Hooka, Caponlalng Toola, KoHiitalm, Flood'! Roup cure, Morrli
Poultry Cure, Creoeoaone the treat ohl!ken-lloe killer mud BTerr other
article requlrea br poultry ralaera. Hts the marliluea In operation at
our exhibit with the Norwalk Oatrlcb Karm. MlilwlnUirK.fr. h.u.ht,,.
of eipta. Catalogue free; If you want It. write
PETALUMA. INCUBATOR CO..
iuo vtu lot 7oe Main atroet, Petaluma, I
The Admiral Cigarette are
Indigestion, Impure Blood
Cured by Hood's.
Mr. D. IV. Bridget
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mau.:
" Kour teirn:-During the wintir and aprlni I
havo use l a down bottliaof Hood's Sareanarllla
In my family, aud I rim quite sure wo have
beeu greatly benelltttd by It. For yenrj I havo
been troubled with ludigettlon, accompauicd
by sympathetic) ho rt trouble, and Hood's Bar
;aparilla has done mo Very mut h ood. We
Imie alfo given It to the children for impure
bloo I and ringworms with very good results."
I). W. Bkidoes, Fleaunt Hill, Oregon,
tit a lf iou a U,e ,0 tllk0 Hoot1'" Sarsapa-
. ..... . w mr. uv nmm-cu iu w.e any oincr.
Mrnri'a D I llenn m ullt .. 111. Ullf
. vwm arni.i.utiiaui.Mi;i ll'Bi flllltlUBUEHI.
Jiiunuu e, lmligustlon, Blck Headache. 25c.
PLANT FKItUYia NFPna
. thlH year, and nuikn up for Hwt ttma i
Ferry) wcti Annum mr m will J
give you many vaiuame nmta i
tiDoui wnni to raw? anu now to A
raise it. itcontatnBtnforma-i
k Hon tone had from nootutr
. gourv?. Free to all..
. D.M.Ferry Jc Co..
The rrillowlnt tat -bow, (be auiflt which MUm1 mch abHUi
ChUf Riit-hinin nf tha tUn
a wiiura ( ia ncria a Pair.
of Atfi'lcij.tuT winded it put up
to out anil grind feed fur tit
tiwk on klubltion anil urtm.!
In this model outftt no
IioriionUI thrt wu uted.
We belted direct to tU.or '
niachinei from Ui pulley,
which I always a park of
Hi Aermotnr Grinder, thu
reitly eooiuimUiiif in link
ccit, In Kmr, and in
(Mr. U cut feed as rep Idly
ulltxr Windmill Co. to iut
( uuuin. , HCJ WOIUH Iloi,
nd tried to prevent iu They
kd a rmulir oiirmituiiuii
fur fight i iif ui, held meet-
Hi, aiiti ippuiiiieti (onimit-
ml re At deal nf their
, cutter and ground ID to
own ume ana llietor
HO bushels an lioua
lli world lAlrUtU-
ciuli tryinv lu pre.
A great many out
ten ua i rum erect
mil one. and our
- nta wera
oulflt wu aetuel
iy turn down and
wreokvd one even
inn uflur doih. be
f i ire it wee ouniiilet
d. hy imrtiet who
Aermolor on a 40-ft.
Steel tower, put up
on a lift-tit fram num.
Mr. Ruclmnan tent
Chief of HU1T, J. A. Green,
and lu a OA mil wi.ui m
could hi nil y feel Hie hern
slmk. The feet of the Steel
Tower rested uncin two .i
win a ooinrnitiee or tli
kloker to see ui, and in
Hit iirfHeinte, the I'ree. of
h Aet motor Co. offered
to pay f leiiht, orexitreti.
timber laid on the roof.
Through thee feel and
timbers long bolts bailed
age on (Jeered outfits
lliat any other wind
mill exhibitors would
.uuii, .ns rooi anu wer
secured down in th 4 s 4
Braces which pass from
erectora to eiect
vnrn itxnot in tower to
wlier they were seeure
them tn order to hnv
omeihitii with which
toeoinpHr the Aerino.
tor III line tint work.
y nuiiea 10 tn lUrt 10
mui, at rt. long, which
extended from th peak
This thoy would not do
for th reuon diet the
kUel geared mill other
or tn roof to th floor,
, vi ma lower was irens.
man aermoiura on ei.
hibition wore expert
mental ami Itwaiwell
known that Hie 12 ft.
, milled through th mask
i totnen.or. Thlsshow
now a nign steel tower
, ctin b put on a light
Aormotor would do
more wrk than any
rrama structure. In this .
case Ui wheel was far
etioojtli above the build
u'li. wotMien wneei.
As It was. the outfit
I tugs toti unaffected by
here represented whi 1
km, vuci.ea ana cur
rents caued hy them.
tn only Dower mill
put up for public
um, and It never sot
1 Is siipporlrd by Htcel
out of order In the
nwuc aiiti nraccs.
II A is bun a Harm
though nperaled hy
TW-er w,ra u-htt-k
to apply Aorm pow
If haulnti tool
warn wioney joit ram
arm M9fil In ruijfm
pee ei war til Arr-
m cm .if me iuttf
una mint can
motor wtrh awp.
. SNie ptrpriuat
pQHr ana Ut
mown a i
I I ! !
MODEL POWER OUTFIT AT WORLD'S FAIR.
Th third avlrertlsemgnt In thlttwrlag will show a Steel Clr
cnlar Haw and Frame, fur farm end sawyers' use. It Is a
Perrest Pole 8 w, wick PertVet ftatVty (Uuarda, and runs with
very munh l.s power than ohlinnrv bun saws ami has a belter
saw. Tfebatu Haw aad Prasi will be gtvea for 1 audit
unle f lids adfertlfiel, (whkh Is No. I I th aeries,) if
sent immediately after th appearance in this paper of the Haw
adv., (No. 8,1 but only one law will bs turnnhed to any one per
on. Forth extra four copies cell on neighboring subscriber
to this epcr, or Induce others to sultst-ribe, heeaus we will noft
aee -tit these advert iseiiieiils unless taken from papers mailed to
regular suWriWra who nmes ami adrtresees must be given,
together with the dale of the paper from which they ar clipped.
Our Irrigation Tump may be substituted for thaaaw. fciiher
f,o. b. Chiraio,
Where we ran, w shall mail liberal (Terete accept enp(e
of those advertitomruta in pait payment fur Windmills. If you
hav any thoiinht of thing a windmill this year writ tit at
nre, slating what yu will need, whether Pumping or U eared,
and If polhle wa will make yini a liberal offor.
The Aerni'iti.r Co. prirpowf to dMnhule p&Qft, Calif, IV
PH1ZKM for th beat ti iys written by the wife, son or daughter
of farmer or ner of a windmill, anaweritig the question.
HWIIV HIIlM l.D 1 1 SR API AKItflOTOn I" for onditioiia ui
nmpetition and amounts and numbers of prices tend for par
tlcufarslo th Aermotor Cn., Chicago, or tn lis branches, at Kan
Franc iteo, Knnsa City, Lincoln, Nrb., Hiotig City, Iowa, Mm
neapolis, B.iff tin, or M Park Haee, Nw York City. Aermotnrftj
Pumping and lleared earns price, All Hteel, all Oalvanized-After-Completion,
delivered free on ears at Chisago and shipped to
any on, anywhar. at the following prts:
8-ft. S2B. 1 1 2 -ft. S80. 1 6-tt. 1 25.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A tnorament of the bowel each day ta neoaaaary for
health. The pill supply what iheayatem laou to
make it regular. They oura Headache, brighten th
ye and clear the Complexion better ttiatl oo
nielloe. They act mllrtty. either gripe nor token a
other pllla do. To oonWnce yon of their merit wa
will mall aanplea free, or a full box for Uonenta. Bor
verwbere. itoaaako Mad. Co PniladalpiUa. V
w. l. nouoLAs til flnoH
t equal custom work, coating from
' M in $0, beat value ur money
i in tho world. Nittno anil prico
stamped on the bottom, Kvery
air warrant a, i uke no gunsti
iu'c 00 locul pupcra for full
-i uc-ei.riii'iiui our rompicio
i nta ior ludica ana gen
. Icmcn or acntl for Jl-
derby mail. Tosttfra free. Von enn get the beat
rwgkMiiaw ucaicrawno pitan our anoca
i rt: n h,Qr,at Curo
for Catarrh, Denfnwia,CoMa, Rom Th mat,
lloamiiuwa, llrmlachn, Fi-ll'l, hli'kculiiu
llrvnlh t Kitiirit. tha Viilou, Hoti.a of
BiiikIL vto. j'rli v fitii. all ilniuK'r-tafir
Binll. t, K. KVOH V f t'oTTlTuiav,
I L IMS WHr-lO A I ViKl- t All
Boat CoiiKh ttyrup. Taiu HkhmL' Uae
intuiia ruid rj dnikfirlatn.
mm If- r ja
. n mvuud a ii i a