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A Jesuit l'tiest's Opinion of the Itcil Men
"Was it not vory difficult to give
thorn Christian principles? llow did
"It was all vory simplo," said the
priest; "ithnd to bo simplo, for an In
dian of eighteen is not nbovo a whito
child of six years. It was hard work
for them to learn to road their own
tongue; but a fow learned to read and
sing from manuscript books written in
tho characters of our printed alphabet
As they aro exceedingly fond of music,
and liked our melodies far hotter than
their own dull chants, thoy at once took
to copying thoso hymns. Musio led
them on, till, finally, nearly all have
learned to read their hymns and cate
chism now printed for them. Thoy
write a good many letters for mo to
carry from post to post And in tho
woods thoy frequently givo nows and
mnko appointments in tho hunting
grounds by writing on birch bark,
which thoy put into a split stick erect
ed on somo frequented route. This
prlmitivo postal scrvico is quito relia
ble, and brings mo nows often from
oven tho most romoto families; and you
would bo surprised at tho delicacy and
strength of sentiment in somo of thoso
letters. Their earliest litoraturo, so to
spoak, is geography, very accurato
maps of their country drawn on birch
bark to guide tho first tradors and mis
sionaries; somo of them aro still pre
served by tho Hudson Bay Company,
at Montreal. But to return to their
conversion, their progress was com
paratively easy after thoy becamo in
terested in tho hymns."
"What do you try to teach thorn?"
"Simply to read tho hymns and cat
echism. Then our preaching is upon
tho most elemental duties and morality
of Christians. Thoy need nothing be
yond this in thoir simplo existonco; in
fact, they aro with us so littlo, and
havo such slow minds, that it would
bo impracticablo to do more. Thoy
can not count oven boyond ten, ex
cepting by additions to ton, as ten-one,
"Do you find any difficulty in gov
"Nono whatever, if thoy kcop away
from tho whites. Thoy aro vory obe
dient, and thoy worship tho missionary
as veritably tho representative of God.
And wo havo to bo doctor and
magistrate as well as teacher and
preacher to them. Thoy tako very
easily tho leading ideas of Christian
ity, and fonw them pretty well; and
they aro vory regular in thoir relig
ious duties, oven in tho woods."
" But why don't you givo them moro
of tho material advantages of civiliza
tion, and oxtond thoir education more?"
"That is scarcely practicable Thoy
will not chango thoir mode of life.
Tho only way to help tho Indian is to
give him tho simplest codo of moral
and roligious coivluct, make him feol
tho constant criticism of God even in
his isolation, and then lot him con
tinue his natural life in tho woods.
They must bo kopt firmly under con
trol, but only through kind and sym
pathetic relations, and through tho in
fluence of roligious duties. I think
that your Indians and ovory wild raco
could bo governod peaceably by such
moans, instead of by armies and in
dustrial civilization that thoy will not
Tho winter lifo of theso Montagnais
is essentially tho samo as that of their
hoathon forofathors. Thoy all start
for tho woods in August in thoir
canoes, loaded down with provisions,
otc Thoy travel slowly up tho various
rivors of tho coast in companies to tho
far interior; thoro each family leaves
its companions as it reachos its hunting-ground,
and sots up its lodge on
its nncostral domain. Thoy spond a
month or moro preparing snow-shoos,
toboggans, etc., for wintor; then, as
navigation closes, thoy put up thoir
canoo and begin tho winter's hunt
Tho gamo is too small and scarco to
allow moro than a family or two to
livo in a given locality; so tho arctio
wintor passes in dreary isolation.
C. JI. Farnham, in Harper's Magazine.
Tho Bishop's False Teeth.
Many a good story ha3 boon told
about tho consternation and dismay
produced by tho sound of tho Scotch
bagpipes on uninitiated oars. Thoy
aro said to havo put to flight foes for '
whom a bayonot chnrgo would havo
had no terrors. But tho story told by
Bishop Taylor about tho offoct which
his movablo tcoth produced among tho
blades in Africa seems to cast all tho
othor yarns of this kind into tho shado.
Somehow his black brothrcn camo to
know that tho good Bishop had false
tooth, and ono of them gently and
tremulously broko tho subject to him
in conversation ono day. Not wishing
to bo suspected of witchcraft, tho
Bishop told tho children of tho sunny
South that in big America whoro ho
came from, when a man lost a leg, ho
could go and got a now ono made.
When his hair foil off ho could buy a
frosh supply, and so with tooth, when
thoy dropped out or woro pulled thoy
could bo roplacod. "Thon," said tho
Bishop, "I drew out my beautiful,
whito, clean porcelain set, and when
Ihoy saw that you ought to havo seen
Ihoso darklos run and scream and
gesticulate. Ono woman doclarcd sho
bad soon tho wonder of tho world, and
was now content to die in peace." Buf
A fond mother, in oxcusing tho Into
hours kept by a favorite son, declared
that "he hud such nn ovorplus of spir
its that, not being abls tooxhuuvt them
all in ono nltfht, ho was forcibly driven
to encroach upon tho nexl morning to
enublo him properly to gut through
A Ttnck Number.
Tho truth of tho old proverb, ''Better
late than never," appears to havo been
illustrated by a striking modern instance,
according to an English exchange, which
relates that ninety-seven years ago somo
person, now unknown by name, posted
in Paris a number of Tho Gazetto Dnivcr-
selle, directing it to "Monsieur X , in
Morges, Switzerland," but tho nowsjw
pcr did not arrive at its destination until
last month. It seems that The Gazetto,
which had been waiting for delivery over
sinco January, 1701, had got mixed up
with a bundlo of other newspapers, and
was found, with its cover and nddresa
still intact, amidst a heap of rubbiih in
o garret. Tho finder conscientiously sent
it to tho Morges postmaster, by whom it
wa3 aa conscientiously forwarded to tho
present representative of tho X fam
ily, still living at Morges. "So unique a
specimen of postal integrity deserves to
bo exhibited in a postal museum, or
would not bo out of place among tho cu
riosities in tho newspaper museum at
Aachen." Chicago Herald.
a fact to i k ki:mi:mi:i:k.
Do not bo deceived by misrepresenta
tions. Ask jour drucrgUt for Ai.lcocic's
Poitous I't ASTUiis and let no explanation
or solicitation induce you to accept a sub
stitute. A llcock's Pi.asti:rs are a purely
vegetable preparation, the formula of
which Is known on'y to tlu ninuufncturers.
Their valuable curative powers are due to
the employm- nt of th j highest medical
and chemical skill. They act safely,
prompt'y, anil effectually. Over l.ttX'.UK)
persona have been cured by Ai.lcock's
Itook. nre unions mcu r truest cotnolor. In
an hour of mlllctlou, trouble or jorrow, he cim
turn to thorn wltlivouflilruro umt trust.
Yailons Personal I'ectillnrltieo.
Men betray their real characters in a
thousand different ways. Tho professors
of tho art of delineating dispositions do
so in various fashions. Ono artist will
undertako to describe character from tho
examination of a photograph; another
reads indications of tastes and fecling3 in
liandwriting; nay, an American savant
has recently announced that much may
bo learned regarding a man by observing
how ho weal's his boots. Every ono has
somo small peculiarities which to thoic-
curato observer may furnish a clew to
his disposition. Thcro havo been mani-
fold instances of 6trango and incon-
venient resemblances between men lead- J
ing to cases of "mistaken identity," and t
yet probably in every instance there was i
somo trilling and overlooked pcrsonnl
trait which distinguished one from tho '
other. If alike in features they differed
in dispositions. London Standard.
1V1IAT THEY AKU GOOD l'OK.
IlitANDUKTii's Vii.m are the best Ineill
First - They are purely vegetable, in fact
a medicated food.
Second The same dose always produces
the samo effect other purgatives require
Increased ooses nnd finally cease acting.
Third They purify tho blood.
Fourth They invigorate tho digestion
and leanso the stomach and bowel?.
Fifth They Htimuhite the liver and
carry off vitiated b.lc and other depraved
The firHt two or three doses tell the
story. The skin becomes clear, the eye
blight; the mind active; digestion is re
stored; codtiviness cured; the animal
vigor is remitted nnd nil decay arrested.
Chnnco In n wont void of sense; nothing enn
exist without n cause. t
Origin of "Old Hlcltory."
Tho story of how Gen. Andrew Jack
son got tho namo of Old Hickory is again
going tho rounds, and will bo new to
somo young readers. During tho Creek
war ho had a bad cold, and his soldiers
mado for him a shelter of hickory bark.
Tho next morning a tipsy soldier, not
knowing who was under tho hark, kicked
it over. As tho general, speechless with
rage, struggled out of tho ruins, tho sol
dier yelled, "Hello, Old Hickory! Come
out of your bark and tako a drink!"
When tho soldiers saw Jackson shaking
tho bark from his uniform they gave
threo cheers for "Old Hickory," and tho
namo stuck. New York Sun.
HH'jsInp" sturt forth forever; but a curse Is
like ti eloutl It pussc.
WHICH WAS IT? 11ACON Of. SIIAKKS-
The authorship of the drnmntlc productions
attributed to the Inst of the above named is njil
tatint; literary circles to tlie ery ct litre, but of
fects the practical ninscs far lcs than the mo
mentous question, how to refill ii or preserve
health, that essential of bodll and mental nc
ll Ity, business success and the '-pursuit of hap
piness." We cull throw fur more Unlit on this
latter subject than the most profound shakes
pearlau can on the question first propounded.
If the system Is depleted, the nerves shaky; If
lndiKCMion or constipation bothers one at times,
or constantly; If tho t-kin is yellow, and the
tongue furred as ill biliousness; If there nre
premonitory twinses of oneouilns; rhciimntlsm
or neurolKin; if tho kldnes are Inactive uso
llo-itctter's Stomach Hitters, the finest recuper
r.nt of tin age prolific In beneficial nud success
ful remedies. Kemeuiber, if mnlnrin threatens
or atllicts, that it neutralized the poison uud
fortifies the system
Sleep, riches and henllh nre only truly en
Jojcd after they have been interrupted.
The cnd reputation of "Kroten'r Vron
ehial TmchcH" for the relief of TouKhs, Colds and
Thront Discuses, has given them a favorable
Tnv Okrmka for hrcukf&et.
A HKXKICAI. TIK-lir
of all the means of public conveyance In a largo
city, even for a few hours, duriiiK a strike of tho
employes, iiieuus a Kiiieral paralysis of trade
and industry for the tlmebeini;, and Is attended
with an enormous Hereunto loss to the com
munity. How much more serious to the indi
vidual Is the Rcneral tie-up of his system, known
ns constipation, nud due to the strike of the
most tinportniit ormius for more prudent ttent
mcnt nnd better enre. If too Ioiik neglected, a
torpid or hIukbIhIi liver will produce serious
forms of liver and kidney diseases, lnulurlal
trouble and chronic dyspepsia. Dr. 1'ierce's
rieasunt Purgative Pellets tiro a preventive and
cure of these disunion. They ure prompt, sure
and ell'ectlvc, pUnsunt to tuke, and positively
Conscience is harder than our enemies, knows
more, and accuses with moro nicety. k
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tho CUTicuitA Hkmkdikh aro in'fulllble.
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Tho "Soal" ji pronouncod by all smokors tho
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rnhln and --Vi'.i:i;iri'ctlve Ml HIC.ll. KLhlTKIU IIDLTin tho
MOULD. ElfClrla Sui-x;nMrlei frio witli Mulo Hells.
A old bofms coinimnlcrt v.llhmnnv n!la.pn ami worth
Iits imituttous. IXIXTIUO HllM3Ka Mill IHiUJUK.
U.000 curril benilBUmpfurlllUhtrutfil luinii'Mi-t.
J!. .1. IniliiiliM, !".7 .llurU.-t Ht. H.
Holu J'i'op, I'ncillc t'oiiHt llrauch.
O CABINET QQ flfj
Why pay 610 to $12 per dozen for your photo-L-nmliH
when bv sendinL' a tlntvno or nhoto-
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inorouy you uro runimiK no hhk una not jiny
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a flno I.lfivSizo tiriiyon I'urtrtiit In nix
Inch frnuio22x'.'7 for MI5. AcentM AVnnteit.
WILSON'S STUDIO, 389 Slate St.. Chicago.
Till: COMING COMI'.T.
It Is fancied by n Krateful patron thnt the next
comet will nppvur lu the form of a tuiae Uittle.
linviin; "(lolden Medlcnl Discovery" itiscrlbetl
Upon it In bold characters. Whether the conceit
nud hiah compliment will bo verified, remains
to bo trtn, but Dr. 1'leree will continue to send
forth thnt wonderful vegetable compound, nnd
IKitent crndlcntor of disease. It hns no equal in
medicinal and health-giving properties, fur
Imparting vigor nud tone to the liver and kid
neys, In purifying the blood, and through It
cleansing and renewing the whole system. Kor
scrofulous humors, and consumption, or lung
scrofula, lu its early stages, It Is a positive
I never knew a mnn lu all my life who could
bear another's misfortune perfectly, like a
There Is no end to the tnsks which dally con
front the good housewife. To lie n successful
housekeeper, the Hrkt requisite Is good health,
llow can a woman contend against the trials
nnd worries of housekeeping If she 1k sullVrlinr
from those distressing irregularities, ailments
and weaknesses peculiar to tier sex" 1'r. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription Is n specific fr these tl.s
orders. The only remedy, sold by druggists,
under o positive guarantee from the manufnc
Hirers. Satisfaction gunranteed lu every case,
or money refunded. See printed guarantee on
bottle w rapper.
Thnt Is best which God sends. 'Twin his will
It is mine.
j For IVoxiiTtlgia..
(FRESH T E sTl MON1AL9,
SO Minutes. Irrlnrton. 111., Mir It. 1ISS.
About tUrM yeart aco, Mrf. E$brt Ttnirck
wai taken with Niuraigli la ha A and (act. ha4
aff,r4 thru ijv, iht trltd St. JaesM Oil; waa
ralltrad In 30 rnlLatti. Jai T. Ooodntr, Cntilii,
Trompt. Colnmbni, Olilo, Majr 29, ISIS.
Hara laBtMit with Ntaralcla for many Tari;
I nia St. Jacobi Oil; It (rlr rtlltt and nallf
drtraa away all pain. 1 would ni no other tned
tela. soruiA rrEiixa.
Bare. Towanda, III., Jnna B, HIS.
Tha wlra ot SIMON F, ANDERSON had paint
In tha htad from childhood, which yl.ld to BU
JacobaOll. O.W HOWARD a BOWa.PniKUU.
AT DltDOalSTS AND DEAtXSS.
THE CHARLES A. VOQELEft CO., Daltlmore. Md.
AM) ALL STOMACH TR0UBLE3 8UCR AS: .
Xndliutlon, Sour-SUmadi, lUirtburn, Nanxa, Old
AlnMl, ContUpatlon, rnllntti atttr aatlnir, Food
Riling In tha Mouth acd diiirrtbl taita ofur at
Inj . Narreaintta and Low-8ptrtti.
At Drtiggirli anA i)ea ns or rnf hy mall cm re
reiptqfZt eU. (5 boza $1 .00) in stampi. iauplt
ttnt on rftti,1 rj 2-rrnIamp.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltimore. Ul
mnluitf rtlitJ'M tUowon.t casixjiisiirvs ooinfin.
atiln slwp ! c iTecU c u re w hero l 1 othem f alL. A I
j M 1 .(Nl.ot 1 niKVlst or bvmall.traplo I' II ilia
FOR EVERT" PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
M 1 1 T
its snprrlor ciccllcuco prtivt'ii In millions of liomra f ot
motothan nimrter of a century. It Is moil It the
United Stdtes Government I'aiilorwd by the heiuli of
the Un ul Cnlterslties as tliofltroniti-st, l'ur"t amlniort
Iliialtlittil. l)r Pricoa Owim lluklnc Powder dues not
contain Amman! , I.lmo or AJnui. Sold only lu cans.
PIUUE HA KINO POWDKll (JO.
Knw vor.K. imiisAoo. st, i.ouu.
t & Stiffs Cft 1st ITemlums. 25,000 In uso,
9ff!EvfBHK ya KstnUlshed. New
KsItlUJJo.Xn liatinted Htoct Tuning Do-
ilrm. In uso In no ot hor ! alio, ov wmcn uur i-ianon
Btand ill tuno 'JO j ears, good for 100 ; not rJIeetod
byelluiate. No wood to split, break, swell, shrink,
crack, decay, or wear out; wo guarantee it. Klo
gnnt llOM'Viood Cases, 3 strings, tlnublo repenting
action: llnuh? lvorv kevs: tho Famous ANTlSEf.U
Call or writs) for Catalogtie, free. T. M. AKTlSKI.li
PIANO CO., Maiiulacturcrs, Odd rellons" Hall, Mar
ket ami S'lvcutlibltcvts, Snu Francisco.
11UY TIIK IIKST. TAKIJ NO CHANCKS.
THE CREAT HEALER.
Cures Cuts, Soros, Salt Kheuiu, Uolls,
Piniiiles. Felons. Skin DIniben, nnd nil
iiihuctitd for which it wilvo ih suitnlilo. For
hiking out sonnies umd healing it ucti
like niaglc. 1:8 rents a. iiox. at an inifrp;iHtH.
ftatlicr than tho Crpe1
i iiuli Instruction, esi.'.li.
llslied repiitiitioii.Kniwini; ioiml;ulty. Buiincts,
Shorthand. Common School and Penmanship Depart
ments. Htudents ndmitted at any 'line, cntv
loeuo and spcelmeus of iienmniisliln sent fieo.
J. A. WKSCtl. Src'T. A. i". 4I1UST11(I.(1. Print
nmin A rT"r run .
ItcurmKmruHATIHSi, NtfKALOIA, llolla, Tluples,
ficrofula, (lout, t'ttnrrb. l"umurs. Hilt Jtheuui, and
Mercurial pains. It PuriBes tlio IllooJ, liitU.rri tl.i)
Liter nnd Kluiiryo to healthy ucUou, uid uakta the
Oomiflex.on IltUlit and Clrar.
J. R. CATES & CO., Proprietors
417 Huiihuiuu Ht.. Hun J-'raiicltiro.
Dr. Spinney & Co.iSlf
NETraWnilCi 1'eolllty, T.onsrf Vltror. Hemlnnl
ilcncy. lie, dno to oxcccscs or abuse, euri J,
VfillMr rVSPFU sutferlnc from tho efforts
WWWIw IWI C tVJ or youtliiul lollies or Indis
cretion should avail thcmrclYcii ot our treatment,
A I'OKitlvo euro HuiironU'cd In every citso, Kyphllls,
Urinary and Venereal Ihs-,wh all unnatural ui
charb'cs, promptly and safejy cured.
nn.n T' I T 1 A 1 .... 1 1 ' ..
Dibility, Wast iw ot hen .1 btrcctftn, etc., cured
und rentored to liealt'7 v t":'r,
K, II. Pert ns uualile to vlult us may to treated
at their hom by cDrrcsjiondenee. Aledltiuea am
jnitrutti 3ns tent by ma ( or exnr- s. ConeultutloL
i rce, Ucnd 4 cents iu r'uir ps jur ilio ounn ilou'i
I rlcLdoi Itusdu iu VealocL,
After spending Ton "Winters South,
was Cured by ScoU'h Eniulsion.
116 Centro Ht.. New Vork, 1
juaoMih, ma. (
Tho Winter after tho croat flro
In Chicago I contractod Bronchial
affections, and elnco thon havo
boon obliged to spend noarly ovory
Wintor ttouth. LastNovomborwaa
advised to try Scott's emulsion of
Cod Llvor Oil with Hypophoephltos
and tomy surprlsowasrellovodat
onco, and by continuing its uso
throo months was ontiroly curod,
gained flooh and etrongth and
was ablo to stand ovon tho GHz
zard and attond to business ovory
day. C. T. CHURCHILL.
fio'tl bu nil JlriiD'jltl.
Wa-Ud, to Mlltu V- uti
lu.ual Nuiadly t"l Ui
Vrtiug MLs. . i. t
Ibalti'at A Uu ui f i
. I. W P (laT t IV, . 4
J. i Jui b.u l i.u ku
INI) TIM II KK or
iBTUUI'.S. Mllll.ull I
an ordinary urub
in ia luiuuiei.
Mikea ft oltia sweep or two terei al ft Iu.dc A inn, ft boy
n4 ft hon can oprrtte It. Nu tifarj chlo or rodi to hao'lls.
Tticorop oa a fow ftcrci tho tint jear wtt) pty for tb Mftobloe,
It will only eoit jou a pottal cirt to m-q4 far ftQ II1ulrteJ
CaUloeae. (Irloc prict, Irrua ftbd toUtuwulalf. .Atldrtri IU
- JAMKS MILN'K A SON, Krotch (Irore, Ion.
Tho BUYEnS' OTJ1DE la
Issued March and 8opt.,
i each yoar. It la nn onoy.
lolopodla of usoful lnfor-
r motion for all who pur-
chaso tho luxuries or tho
necoosltios of lifo. Wo
enn olotho you and furnish you with
nil tho nocossary and unnecessary
appliances to rldo, walk, danco, sloop,
oat, llsh, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at homo, and in various sizos,
styles and quantities. Just flcuro out
what is roquirod io do all thcsd'thlnc
COMFORTABLY, and you can makonfalr
ostlmato of tho valuo of tho DUYEES
OU1D13, which will bo sont upon
receipt of 10 oenta to pay postago,
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ETUo OLDEST MEDICINE in tho V0ELDT
Is Probably Dr. Iiaac Tliompson'i I J
ELEBnATED EYE ViATEll
Till arll"lo ! a careful prepared plijratclan'a pre
aciiinlon. and liai tn-ii In coiutaut uae for inury a
I'jiituir, aii4 nolwlthatandlnx tli many other prcpara
iu :3 that !. tieu iutrulurd Into tlio inaratt, pie
Mis of tlil. urtlclo la c.mtantly Increiuiloif If the ill
r ctlnr.a aro fullowed It Kdl i.ntr fall. We psrtlcu-l-ilr
jarltx tliH attention of ploalclaua tn IU lueriu.
John L. Thoinpion.Sons &Co.,TitUV, U. V.
'nI FIIJ WAY K.IIAKICJI, I'KAMK
O I L.I1V IV M I iaJII. Oabler. Iloonish
llano.; Duidctt Oiitiia. band Icitrtuiusati. Irrel
ataci of Kbiwt Miuto and Hook, llaada lupclJcd at
Eultra Frio. MATTHIAU UUAV 00., Jr5s I'ctl
Htitvt, Kan Prandco
Vl TO PaTB.B
HxleaaaU.4 .t Wn
mW mom Bulstua. "
luti., rv....l r
L. Oolo. J
nir a eu nren anirsr
Ml aatlafctloa In In
cum of UODorrbir cd
(Jleet. I prescribe It nod
feel f e In recouimiiul.
Inr It to all mflerer.
Hold r DruscliU. i
J. II. KIMH, AnU3 r find Aiittlj'tlrul
li-iiril. JjiUimtcry, 101 lint fct I'ortUnd,
ur AimiBoa nmut, oi on uuimnora,
fftf TnsiHii liny. Kawrtu wurtlitl.rA 1111:1'.
S l"l I . . a u.H uudar ll l.fta tiw t. Wrlto 11 V
V w i . r Hit m lima Hwu.k uu , 1 1 oi l y , 31 1 clu
nreslmcnt small, proflU
cc. Rend tiXi for rnalllnc;
lante liluatratcsl CataJopis
with full psiticulara. Man
GOULDS & AUSTIN,
1417 .b 10l I.nUo St.,
THE VAN MONCISCAR
Nos. 133 nnd 134 Third Stroot,
I tvo only rrltato Dl
pcnsiiryln rorlland or on
l'io Northwest Coaat-
Lcro p.illen U aro hhwm,
fully Iroated o.allNDlV
I R. (UlUONHJ ANI
y ".nit a- old. elnsla or
Jftrroui debility, ncr.ilnnl
1 kit', fahl t memory,
r phtlltlo orupttons, effectf
rf ni rcury k-dncy ami
p Madiicr tronln s, connr.
rlui, gleet ati Icturo, etc.
J P N. V. Nn. ".'iS V 1
r-i n iTi t:a : hiTiWA xzan wmi
t'ltrmr-n. It is impor
tant that tlio Soda or
Balcratua y ou ueo should
be Whl to and Pure, ssnie
aa all aluiilor BulisU.tiCfi
obtalnlDR only tho "Arm
A Hammer" brand Hoda
or Haleratu. buy it in
"pound or half pound"
cartoons, which bearour
name and trade-mark, aa
Inferior Roods arasamo-tlme-a
substituted fi tlio
"Arm ; Hammer" brand
when bought in bulk.
Parties, using Baking
Powder should remem
ber that Ita aolo rlslnfj
property consists of bi
carbonate of soda. On
teaspoonful of tho "Arm
h Hammer" brand of
Bod a or Baleratus mixed
with tour milk equala
Packed in Card
OCR Tit A 1)13 MABK
ON EVKHY l'ACKAOK.
four teaspoon rale of ths
ln 'twenty tlmea IU
coat. boildca being
inuch healthier, becauaa
It does not con tain any
Burhao alum, terra alba
etc., of which mauyDak
lug Powders aro mad a.
Dairymen and Fanners
ahnuld ueo only tha"Arm
& Hammer" brand for
cleanlnu and keeping
Milk Tans Sweot and
Caution. Boo thai
Tory pound package of
"Arm and llimmir
Brand" contain! fall
10 ounces net, and tha
V pound package UI
fi ouncd net, Bod a or
Baleratua aamo aa sped,
fled on each package, .
Always keeps Soft.
Possosses innuy Important Advantages over all
otlier prepared Foods.
BABIES CRY FOB IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT.
Mnkes Plump, LnugliiriB, Honlthy Babloo.
Rogulntos tho Stomach nnd Bowels.
Sold by Drugclsts. B3o.f 50c, 91.00.
WELLS, RICHARDSON R CO., Bt'RllHOTON.VT.
A rortlollo of bcautlftil Imliy portrnlts, printed
on flno nlato p.ipor by patent photo process, M-nt
frco tn Mother of any lluliy Imni M lthin u yoar.
Kvurv Jlotlu'r wants tlio.su nlcturos : Li'iid nt onnn.
(llvo Jlnby's nnmo und ntjo.
WLLLSi IIICHARDS.ON dt CO,, Pops., DurllnCton, Vt.
5t5s Easy to Dye
Wnrranted to color inoro iroods than nnv ntlirr
dyes over rnudo, and to r;lvo moro brllllnnt and
durnlilo colors, AsIc far tlio J)iamoml, and tuka
no other. 36 colors; loccntn each.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.. Burlington, Vt.
For Qildlnc or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USB
Gold, Silver, XJronsc, Copper. Only 10 Cents.
s o a a
THl! COv HUAKD.
DELICIOUS BISCUITS or WHOLESOME BREAD
B wighto Cow-Brand Sco. Smeraius.
ALWAYS UNIFOnM AND FULL WEIGHT.
Be aqra that there la a plcturo of a Cow on your pacltafo nud you will lurra
the best Boda made.
the cow mum
ja- JUj jl. -fl ja. Ji. js 9
Foot of .Hoim'Ihoii Ntr;t,
Goncrnl Agont for tho
ADVANCE ENGINES THRESHERS AND POWERS
a ST AND FASTEST THRESHER
IN THE WORLD.
I esjuxlrilly rcqucHt tlioie t ontciiiplatliip; purcnaalng either tin Knglno or Thresher
next Ht'itson to look up tho record of tho ADVANCE. It Jh tho only machine over
Bold on tho Pacific Coaat t'fcifc hxs given entire Jmtlsf action. .
I also deal in Laundry Machinery, Marine Engines. All kinds of
Brass Goods, Inspirators, Injectors, Oilers, Reapers, Mowers.
Chemical Firo Extinguishers, and Engines, Oils,
Bolting, Hose, "Wrenches, Etc.
THE ONLY DEALER ON
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED
All i" torl: from 49
noumla to 1,'XO.
Betid for KKDUOilD FXIONI.
Itcmcmbrr It U pIcmmw to ialaw
UOimU ur Hunu'vr ijurUM U jvm,
tuuust lull, wilw,