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H tR S O N A L
tH A N Y .
V irsi writ sunk at HnncetUlown. He**..
^ ¿ T o i l Sia !*•.. -lull •'
There are «real specnlatiims in diamond
■iiiuea nare* in the Ism*tun marital,
l l j
W E A K , N E R V O U S P E O p i,
,m~ ~T ~~ -*w- . A
.-uni.ii,,,. fel +
tv II VT UK VXIlHt TH * I I L t v In*.
T o r
r4^\ * L u m b a g o -
|»r Uo ^
r ill lit M?:~V»C1 !*►.>« Kt
In B r a n i . kkti T* P ii i - s the true life
m i m i.»,«,,;;;*
«IK K *—
lu o iie # f II ry • • I - i* tie* i* given
•bouilli* ouriruHr. \ et tTio’.«an 1» ■ a»t it to
vx ?ff M rmt l n inifantly f t
Whnlo fsnillf raa
veiy linb illu siisliou of K sberla cele
they are of nurneroua vegetaldes *>V«m-
K LM T RiC H 18PIV*Ü H U I fr.-* with w .u l ? ! 1»
tn iitaliuli* KLM TRI* 1 Kt'HsES p»» U
bratisi (minting known a* “ Doctoring l.aveth intuii». K.-ry cl.si.K* in Urn ramni biued that each multiplies the viltuea of
700 cured tu ‘ötf Send »lamp fwr
Old T Iont.’’
1 r> pieu n^j a typical of humbug is rung IK I t « , nib lor a Un..- *i the rest. They never c in, do an* harm.
.1 i t i l i Al
Pr.n l*S4 irte
^o, 30 Y E A R 8
o l d - t i m e r , W i l l , h i * I k l l o W s T , l o w i n g t h e I t o « . V “ b S p p T c o . i V î ^ * u" ‘“u S ? J i Ä “ I d v e r Their actions i« always lhe same, no mat
Ht* Y IH» MICHT.
¡AKK Nt, (
dust from an . u i c . e 'i g < l f , witfi l,r’ tre.i imiHjs.uiiaof tbe dar ■lauda BóetotUr»
secured. HUimacb Bitter*, nuw in ita third U n tie ot taken. They purge away the wa*te par
ami wei hi* t . ari iully
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I D O D u lariiy. a p p r o v e d a n d re c o in m e nd , id b> ticles of the system.
They recruit th*
NO RETURN Of PAIN.
Ollt* of thOH«' « 1(M kt ill tlild g^lienttlou j
indorsed by the piv»s of laftuy animal vigor and arrest »he progress cd
At Dragfiiti «nd De*l«r*.
C R E A T HEALER
, nnrw i i I.",
decay. They purity lhe b„.u... Tney
o n ou Iv aa
. * a
,i rare relic. .
li ., O
a*. ■ !'••*
Curt** Cul*, t'**«-, i'rtli Hil. uri p
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.
T lie slig gi*iivc name, It o t i'.ring
Tt.ntjVeor malarial uiseuaow, cl.ro.io indi stimulate the liver. They Invigorate• di
“ iiiipl*.. relou*. t*kln Di*e«»,. ¿J
constipation geation. They open the pores.
Old Tim e,” brings to our mind an- K,
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.ilmtnts f.ir » liii h <t »alve i* K„|^ |)‘“1
checks the *ma th of rhiuniat,*in amt neural m a k e the bowels do the work of the ktd-
•ikit g aul
a*.» unci hej.lii i, a -
other version of the title, used for an gia is a peerless iuvig. rant anil useful diuretic. , eys, thus giving thoee organs an ofttime*
Ilf* magic. *.'1 cent* « Lot. at «!|
Nervous people benefit by it.
other purpofe,— “ Old "lime 1) .doling.
, ..,-d. d rest One or two at night for .«
„ ek » ill demonstrate their power and i* ,
F O R
D Y S P E P S I A .
W e learn, through s reliable source,
The Czar's stables coat 91.3UU.000 annually.
A fO M T IV I C O M FOA IK J K IX V flJ B A ID A U
yinerally surticieut to cure ordlmiry
that one of the enterpiisiug proprie
|C«n»cA TromhiM ArUlng T om o C to b .
tary medicine tirimi of the country,
White Elephant of Siam, Lien of Eng dc-spidfieM. _____
T»ur Prug/*« ur (Jmcral Dtaier H-iU gH l>r»
AH the eig»<t hrideanuhid» of the JMncesn of (Vre /or ym, tf »S lUrmdi m
at tt vt-. bt
ha* I hcii for years in s t ig a t in g The land. Dragon of China, Cross of Switzer
laud, I tanner of Persia, Crescent ol Egypt, W ttlo are alive, married and uone divorced.
amu fcy nag an receipt of ii cU. (4 tnuee 91 IW) •
fo n p a k i ..ml BMdieAlw pr*p*rai»on* Double
itimpa SaunjiU amt an rernpi V Xcent atamp.
Eagle of Russia, Soiroi Chili, lhe
used in the beginning of ih iscen iu iy, Circle of .Japan. Harp of Erin.
T H K L IT T L K SKKH .
(Ml CHARLES 1. VOGELER CO . BaNImore. M«.
„ — --- and not«
To get these buy a box of the genuine *A little seed lay in the carter's path:
and even before, with a view of a*cer-
»MM rrwprutoj» Mil M4A »u **«v»
•u; any mo-tv until you get y«.ur n*,inT 1
D r . C . M i L a n k ’ s C e i j c h k a t k b J , i v k k
\ little shoot 1 h > well in the strong wind s wrutn.
. tine U ‘* "i/e « r a v 1“ I ---
, tainiug why people in our great graud- f'll.Ls, price
-r. ; HM
rents, and mail u* tin) out A little shrub grew, by its root- held last;
1 iuch frHine 22x27 for j »«
fnthi r*’ time enjoyed nlMMUll»B P - r side wrapper with your ad.Irena, plainly Then a stout tree braved all the winter s blast.
s’ili Et.. a it
sic.il vigor so t* i oiu .>uiu 111 * ' written, and 4 cent* in stamps. W e will
then mail you the above list with an ele \ little cough started—’twas only light;
i pscscat generation
gant package of oieographic aud chro A iitUe pain came aud began to grow.
.hiylM V .
c , . . . I t h e s e c r e t , .(s e c re ts ,
i.»uod March .nd Si
Then consumption laid all his brave strength
Sold on Trial !
leach rear It
Tliey tind that the prevailing opiuiou matic cards.
F l e m i n g B b o s ., P i t t h b u k o , P a .
down to the water's edge. Here she
clopedia of useful to*2
that then existed, that "N atu re has a
He wise in time. Check the little cough.cur*»
f maticn for all who nr,
gives pleasant garden parties, attended
remedy for every existing disorder,
oliase the luxurie. or
little ailment becomes the strong unconuuer
by literary people.
nece.*itio. of lif*. « f
wa* true, and acting under tins be in earneaL
of 1 manne.
.... * Pierces
.v .- ~
— Mias Charlotte M. Yonge, the nov lief, our grandparents used tlie com-
can olothe you and furnish you »¡J
• M l S T U K A l t T H A T ( H i l l ) STICK A M !” Muilical liiicovery. takt-u in time, is
all the necessary aud unaeoesiJ,
elist, is a devoted member of the , moil l.erbs and plants.
Continual said Mr». Smith to her slater, Mrs. Davis,as the (or tliuae ills.
appliances vo ride, walk, ounce, iW
Church of England.
With the pro trespass upon tlie forest domain, lias sound of a child's sh* ieks came across the frar-
eat, fish, hunt, work, go to chunk
fo r m ailing
ceeds of her novel, “ Th e Heir of made tiiene lieriis less abundant and woman have you fof a neighbor? D ots she
or stay at home, and in various nuT
large illustrate d f a t a l >goe
bas been let lo a Livertiool sbiphroker.
styles and quantities. Just fleursm
Kedoliffe,” she fitted out the missionary lias driven them further front civiliza abuse her children”? "No indeed," replied
with fu ll particulars. Man
u fact u red by
Mis. Davis. “ She is one of the most tender
whnt Is required to do all th»s9’thiaB
■chooner, tlie Southern < ’ro*s, for the tion, until they have been discarded, mothers in existence. Jiutyousoe, she believes
A N H ONEST PO U ND .
COMFORTABLY, and you can msksui
GOULDS & AUSTIN,
use of Hishop Selwyn. and ten thou- as remedial sgenta because of the dif- in th** old-fashioned styles of dixtoring. U hen
estimate o f tho value of the BUyvn?
IU7 A 1 6 » L u k e a t .,
a child needs physio, she tills a spoon with some
GUIDE, which will be sent upoL
Do you know that SI A ll P L t LF It tlio ,
BJind dollars from the profits of “ The I flcuJty of obtaining them.
nauseous dcse, lays the l.ttle victim flat on her
receipt o f 10 cents to pay post«».
Daisy Chain," ars said to have gone to | jj .
proprietor of lap. f olds his nose till he is forced to open his
mouth for breath, when down mass the dread made in 10-oz. Jilti at A on save from two t *
B ir et t:M given o n lv*«-
MONTGOMERY WARD & <£
the building of the missionary collogo j vVarner’a safe cure and founder of the fullness. Then come the yells. "No wonde»*, four ounces on evs* v plug of 'I oliacco Use*l. hi j
sal Mtistkctlon I d lh*
111-114 M ic h ig a n A venue, Chicago '
in New Zealand.
I Warner observatory, Kocliester, N. \ , said Mrs. Smith. "Why doesn’t she urn* Dr. taking only STAR, ami you get the beat
P*erce’s Pleasant Purgatives Pellets? They are
_ I'he late ft. I* Ron usod to do his j has been pressing investigations
effective without being harsh, and are as easy
feel a»f e In recouiurod-
take as sugar plums. 1 always give them to
writing in a little workshop at the top this direction, into tbe annals of old to
my < hildren. 4 And to do 1,” said Mr
In* it to nil sufferer*.
of his home. It is along, narrow, uncar-
4 . J , S T O V E R , M I)..
Tlie damage from tbe phylloxera in Kram e
petod room, under tint slunting roof. some very valuable formulas, from
Q r . S P I N N E T
H vmptomh -Mototurc; .1 *• ^ * itching imd Hinging,
P R IC E , S i. « 0 .
It is well ventilated, and filled with which hi* firm is now preparing tied- so far is estimuteu at 92.UUU.0UU.UÜ0.
at-nit st night; won* by ‘«•rutuhiug. U allowed t*> oou-
B o ld b y D ru a u ia ta
tiiiuc tuiDtirw furm, which ofteu bletxi anil nloeiaUj,
lazy lounge*and chairs, while common mines, to be sold by all druggists.
“ CONSl MPTIO.N CAN UK Cl ItKI».''
heoumta« te n *.re S w a y s f '» OlSTWaST r t . * « to.'
»•. >ii aha..... . . i m n riling desk and
. will, - we learn, be known
, . un-
Dr. J. 9. C ombs . Owensville. Ohio, -lays: "I Itchiuz »u.l blMsUu*. to*l* uloersUoo. *ad to msny
VAN M JN CISCA R
.enry, &c., due to «'Xf-eH-.d* or al>u«Kj, cumt
given Hrolt'M K a iu la loa ol Lwl Liver o w » m u » « th* tumor. '»
a cabinet of II alson river birds are the der the general title of “ W arner » L g
t Bvionlioanhites to four patient*
witli curuir »11 SxLo D i»* »»«« I>B 8 W A \ N K S SON
YOUWG MEN V
J'ropriotor», PhtiaOelphto. S w a y s S s O t*T iy t»T 0*1
only other furniture in the room. Mr.
A m ong these in ch
bo obtained of druggistM. Bent by mail for 50 Lenta.
n should - avail
thmuM lv< 4 i f onr I m 3
Noa. 133 and 134 Third Street,
K.iè * hobby w.i* i dleeting birds and ternes will be » “ •arsapanlla, for f -
A p*»f ui \ •
•. ! . •. :
blood and liver, the stomach, e # .,
P o rllu u d . O regou .
Urinary an<l Venereal Dimupf• all uauatnrAi
stndying their songs.
“ B row n -« B ron ch ial T r o c h e «” arc of
I h t‘-e only Private Di«-
"L o g Cabin cough and con»um >«fc>i
p -Doaryin Portland or < i. MIDDLE-AGED MuN
Kutx-rt Louis Stevenson’ * dedica
IRsn-a-. il ill wvight from Hi to 2* lb».. anJ
remedy,” 1* >g Cabin hair tonic,”
I o N rthweat CVa t-
only in boxes.
now masting any m edicine."
tion of “ The Black A r r o w ” to his' Cabin extract, for internal and «®>.
wbero p;»tientA areeuoceeR,
treated o. r IIKKUY’ iu 1 rchtorrd to hi
wife is Ingenious and unique. In it lie ternal use, and an old valuable discov
e » I s . CHRONIC! ANJ)
H . r i N H . A * « a j e r a n d .4 n u l» t i e n t
N. it. Persons nnaDle to » «H ns
A new system of gymnaHti<*M or physical ( J h . e m
1 •KTVATE DISKAKf Kin at their h.»’ue*. by correspondence. Medirisai
says: “ I liuve watched with interest, ery for catarrh, called “ L o g Cabin
i s t . L a b o ra to ry . 1(H f i r s t «L. P o rtlan d .
triiinintf has been introduced in the British O r. A n a ly s e s m ad e of a ll »ubstancea.
y -. 1 « ny old, single or
itr.it t >t.K HCtlt by II Ull orex
with pain, and at length with amuse rose cream.” A m ong the list is also a Army.
Bntrnea, sucu up
i rce. Bend 4 cent« iu »tamps for 1 he V uum M
Demi or CrUl<ie to V. «Mllock.
ment, your unavailing attempts to pe “ laig Cabin plaster,” aud a “ Log Cabin
The cleansing, antiseptic and healing quali-
T hy U ehmka tor breakfast.
Nervous debi'it?, seminal
ticM of Dr. SaKe's Catarrh Kemedy are un
ruse •’I’he Black A rrow ,’ and I think liver pill.”
It.MOV», fat i g memory, n u )- n i u . \\ fintcf! i , t‘Hcb county
h > phi li tie eruption», eifeett two i »cHt csmt»uign l>ooks in the u.srket H nis««
I should lurk humor indeed if I let the
From tbe number of remedies, it
< f id rcuiy kidney and M'lton. ;tu i I
Irtii l If 1 II; Iinimn K >r V hj> |
occasion slip and did not pat your will be seen that they do not promise
gor»f»r- territory a<nlrcHr* K PKHSOfi, hh . di 77, ilu»i U
r'uRi, gI©ot- stricture, etc. in»;, corner Fourth and Market HtreeU
C H I N E S t H IS T O R Y .
name in the lly-leaf of the only book to eure all diseases with one prepara
C O V N l'L T » I’ MIN P R P * .
of mine that you have never road — tion.
I t is believed by many that IT o w It I n C o m p ile d by a C o iu i ii I nn I od o i
L i t e r a r y M en .
ami never w ill.”
witli these remedies a new era is to
lHt Premiums. 25,000 in u«e,
A writer in a recent Dsue of the
*20 year« Ks)tabli»hed. Nev* , |< 'crrmtii Aalhmarurenever/uiutoipvei«
—T h e (¡rand Duchess Ellznboth, dawn upon suffering hum anity and
patented steel Tuu.nu !>#*•
in lhe worst cum U sumeoSHM
w ife of the (irand Duke Serge Alex- lliHt the close of the nineteenth cen North China lltra ld of Shanghai says
B aitie Hloep; effects care* where a I or her* fiu. r
__ _ ... use An ti »other Pia i , b> which ur i’inii •
ths n/.rpttrnl. Pritv .»Or
androvitch, of Russia, is u late addi
botDnnc-’ir’torl> urn;! SuuiFFI
by climate. No wood to split, break, swell, shrink,
| i ' i T k v , ; > I m lV - b F j ’i_v N t- f; ■" J
undtr tiie title
of permanent commission of accomplished
tion to royal authors. She writes o f compounded
crook, decay, or wear out; we guar.wUco it. FJ-
gant Rosewood Cosoe, 3 striir.'b d ■•ul*!e re i eat in/
court life under the pen name of Ary W arnet’# Log Cabin remedies, as pop literary men, who are always at work
action; finsst ivory keys; the Famous ANTISKI.L
In 17J7 an imperial edict
Ercllnw, and real people masquerade ular as they were at the beginning. upon it.
Call or vs rite for Catalogue, free. T. M. ANTISF.L.1 l iX Ti^ -a inm i i n ^ T i KTi i r i ^ i l
PIANO CO., Manufacturer*. O ¡«1 Feliowe* Hall, Mar
through her pages. She is only twen
ket aud Bevetvtli Streets, San Francis o.
V. P N. u. No. *6.-.-* V v V Nr. si
ten for the Emperor’ s use only, and re
ty-four years o f age, but she has lived
a life-time of sorrow in being com
humanity has become tired of mod marble chambers; it ought to be made
pelled to marry one man while she
ern doctoring and tbe public has accessible to all oilleials, that they may
loved another. H er face is said to ex
great confidence in any remedies put know the mind of the Emperor* and the
press the sail story of her life.
up by tbe firm of which H H W arner
It is said that if Victor lin go had is (lie head. The people have heroine laws of the land. F’rom the Chinese
devoted himself to pictorial art he suspicious of the effects of doctoring standpoint, history is divided into two
That “ poor b ack 1' L held responsible for more thno its share of the suferingW
parts, one an exact narrative of events,
would perhaps have eclipsed every one wjj|, poisonous drugs. Few res’ izetb
mankind. If your .log Lite* a man who kicl s it, do you blame the dog? On thers»
the other a record of what the Emper
pastor present who made blaek and injurious effects follow ing the pre-
or has suiil aud done. This division
principle the kidney* utter their protect j ib again-t n. rvou-ms«, impure lie. !. :v.
white a s|>oolalty. He was never at a | acriptions'of many modern physicians
originates two sets of publications, one
resulting constipation 1 hose force them
to do extra, .rdin.iry work in riddingtbt
lo*s for material » s o f t quill pen, with These effects o f poisonous drugs, al-
system of the poisons w hich arc the y v
result o f cficU H itter retained it tk
sometlme* a hard one to finish up. and j ready prominent, will become mor. in which the officers speak, the other
Then the sufferer says the /
/ la c k aches; the kidney, are c.
ordinary w riting inks washed in with pronounced in com ing generations. in which the Emperor is the spokes
tbe feathery end of the pen, with any Therefore we can cordially wish the man. In the first, the industry of the
“ Not y et; ” but they will
be unless t li. nerves are jlrengjxnk|
paper that he found at hand, were old-fashioned new remedies tlie besi bureau of history is run in the collec
the blood purified, an 1 the constipation IO-V44.
remove 1. These are the
tion of facts, but there is always a dan
L< superior excellence proven in Uiiiliomi of homes for
often what he worked with. His ink of
o f kidney troubles, and Paine’s Celery i f . !» | Compound removes them quick»,
h used by the I
ger that the recorder may be under a United Htrttes (loveruiueut Kndorsed by the head« of 1
drawings were frequently finished up
With its tonic, purifying, and laxative
effect, it also strengthens the « 9
sttong court influence. Historical cun- the (treat Universities m the Strongest, Purest and most
with ■ofiee grounds.
Healthful. Dr Prices (beam LiakiuK Powder does uot !
kidneys, making it almost infallible in
curing all di-.ea .es o f lhe nerves ami ki»
P R I U E B A K I N G P O W D E R OO.
neys. I f your hopes o f cure have not
been realized, try Pa.ne’s Celery Co*
of tbe world are Germany, Kngland ence to nations or persons who have
pound; it gives perfect health to all who complain o f “ their poor backs.” Price /l.*|
und the United States. These three been in conflict with the court. W ith
— Tie: ancients believed that tbe powers
the this exception, the array of facts
S old by DuuncisTs. S lnd for I llustrated P ape *.
earth w a* square, but that was proba Mohammedan Court o f Constuntinopto thus recorded is most valuable. The
bly because they had never been round by two Roman Catholics and a Jew, edicts published in the second series ex
W E L L S , R IC H A R D S O N
& C O „ P r o p r ie t o r s ,
S E A I _ or
mueb. — Lowell Citizen.
I N O R T H C A R O L IN A
Herr von Kudowitz, Sir W illiam W hite press the mind of tlie Emperor. He is
B U R L IN G T O N V E R M O N T .
MliSj© £ ’¿7?
Fiirun r (sn eerln gly)— “ A fter you a n iiU s'u rM Straus, and never have always a man who has the advantage
get through diggin g wlutt are you going the irtorrst* of the Protestants in of good training, aud if his style is
to do?" Auiuloiir Hardener "P u t a Turkey been so well eared for as by tolerable und he happens to be fond of
porous plaster ou my back.— Life.
these three men.
writing his edicts himself, they will ail
—Papa “ Now run away, Bobby.
— An essential o f a good Sunday- be transmitted to future times in fulL
_ .krr* K3J
Papa’ s busy.”
Bobby (holding up his school Is a weekly teuehors’ -meetiug, The scribes, who stand writing when
s o o T A
joined hands eupw ise)— "D ro p a uiekle Unless, indeed, the
teachers are he speaks, translate his spoken words
THE CÒW Hlt/eMD
---- TO MAKE
lu tlie hole, papa, and you'll see me brought together for a common train into official phrases, aud his opinions
g o ." Judge.
ing. und for a comparison of their re and decisions will then pass into offi
— Woman’ s work is never doue. The sults of study, it is not possible to se cial history, partly written by himself
reason of this is that she-hires u serv cure that unity of character in the and partly by the scribes of the cabi
ant girl to do it. This may he a trifle Sunday-school which lift* it uliove a net. Besides these there are various
obscure, lint the germ* of eternal truth mere aggregation of separate classes. series of historical works- the first
are in its honom. I tick.
The practicability of a teaeliers'-meet- having I hs - ii prepared in the eleventh
“ (If all seasons of the year. Dr. Ing in city and in country alike has century to popularize the subject and
ABSO LUTELY PURE.
Diagnosis,” she said to a young phy been illustrated in many un instance.
place the chief facts of the Chinese an
sician who was helping her look ut the
The outward sign* of prosperity nuls within the reach of common read
ALWAYS UNIFORM Af.O FULL WfflGKT.
moon, “ which do you raoat prefer?" “ 1 arc visible in churches of all denomi ers. who have not the opportunity to
Kvery man that smokea a pipo is a walking
A * «u r* t li.t t l i . r . is a pi- turn o f . On» on you r pa.
e and you * " i har.
think I prefer the watermelon season," nations. There is no lack of churches study them in full. The lust of these advoDiHer of th« morite of “ Seal of North ( ’aro-
, Hi« be*i Soda made.
he replied in a low business tone of in any American city, und there are has just liecn published. It deals with
lina Plug Cut’* Smoking Tobacco.
preacher* for all pulpit*. Contribu the reign of Kinnlung, from 17H6 to
The “ St^al” is pronounced by all smokera the
— Mrs. Smith (en gagin g servant) — tions in support of the church are lib 1795. and is in sixty volumes. Every
heat Tobacco ever «old on the Pacific ('oast.
“ Cun you w rite?" Servunt - “ Yes, eral. In fact, the churches seem to l>e important public matter is retarded
ma'am ." Mrs. Smith " Well, here is doing pretty well.
In California, under the day on which it occurred.
a card: writ«' my name on i t
(S erv which is sometimes spoken of as a be- The Emperor has, as usual, the lion’ s
ant write* “ Mrs. A. B Sm yth«.” ) Mis. nightisi sort of a place, a church is shai-»' of the talking, and there is roots
.Smith (liHiking at i t ) — “ You arc en about the third building to go up in a for him to say a good deal in one hun
gaged.” — Titur.
new town. No one would think of
dred and twenty chapters, some of
Summer visitor at furm house to boom in real estate in a place that di
them very long
cld lady “ Your son. I understand, is not support one or more churches.
h pedagogue in Boston."
Old Lady —
“ I gu«*ss not, unless it happened late
—There U scarcely an ache to which
ly. When he writ me !a*t month he
wa* (cachin' school and doin' right children are subject so hard to bear
and so difficult to cure as earache.
smart.’ ’ H a d i u j l M i'ritic.
— " A h . t ’la ra ," »aid a young sur remedy w hich never fail* is a pinch of
geon (after hospital hours) a* he sank black popi*»r gathered up in a bit ol
Io < li< le o l* I* o tn .s N .
upon hi* knees, " would that I could cotton batting wet in sweet oil and In
CuTicuftA R imedi «* Cuaa
It rurva R n s r u A t in M . N S U E A L a ta , Boils. Pitnpl««,
It will give imme
gain possession of your heart!" •• You serted in the ear.
*cr«»fx»la. (b>ut, 4 atarr!. Tum ois. Salt Rheum, and
S kim aho B lw O* D iseas *«
Miwc'trial n u u . It Kuvift«w th. Blood. Ra-t. rrs U*
»•an, Mr. Sawbones," replied Clara
— ---- ^ ■'
FNC«t PiMHLSS *• ^Muruua
Liver and Kidnev« to healthy action, and makt* the
O on ylcikoo K rixh i aud Clear
promptly, hut blushingly: “ and with
Th* InfrM French rrmeriy for debility of #»*• *
n e * c a n n o J lB T lc w t o t u r k k t k . m i n
out giving me ether either." - A’. }". *•: '*»» i» Ib0«rdtn’s Life Kaacince. It is the pro
»hn-h ths WTli i * i U kum . d * a., h«-ld hy J . R. C A T E S S l C O . f Proprietors
duct of yearn of experimental *tudy. ami in in me thoumads
417 «nn-outc S C Hmm K ranrisro.
upon thou*.nils whose 11 v.*have
daily tine in the Kreneh hoapital*. with »treat oeen made l.app) by the cure of mrontting. hu-
In the parlor W iggles “ Ara
imliatinir. itehii.R. - aly and n mply <11. tnvm of
Ri' s«r (tor the Chearrkf
the ekln - « ip and blood, with l*«e of hair.
bella. darling, may I kiss you?" Ara
N IK I* H I T R m U T l l B *
I ' l T I r i ' X i , th e irre«! S k in l lire, an d C n i -
bella— “ Ye*, sweetest; hut kis* m« on Dthe popular verdict of all who me
c t K A P o t r an e x q u ia itc ït k in H ew u tifle r. prw-
p a re d f r o m IL e i t e n m l l j . a n d C v T i r o a Ttie-
the left cheek, please."
II AM Hr KO riUH.
v x - v v
Pnrlkad, Or. ana.
S O IVR N T. th e n e w H l.* * l Ihirttie.r, in t e r n a llv
-h tl-xtiumon. e*l»tM
(doing *o )
And may I a*k. dearest, The crystal red fruit cat liarUc. They are pre- a re a p o e itiv e c u re f o r e . e rj' fo rm o f a k in a n d .* , : ‘ " l '
II-. t r-,’"t - ....
- U! «rity.
t»are«l onl> in kMenire form, which render« them M o o d d ise ase, fro m p im p le s to s c r o fu la
why the left check?" Little Brother far preferable to an) iiquid pre»>atation. either
Sh.irina it}. Cor mein bebotand Prnm vnlilp Dapart-
tS i. e . fVTicti»*. M r .
i ( M i k i n g hi* head thiough the d o or)— when travelin»r or at home; hewide* thi*. no li i o a r . t v . ; f i R a o L i R x * 9 ,. IV r-.w isxi by th o mart,. Student xtn d tti I » any -ime. t a t »
quid «'an he ui<«de a*« pleasant to the taatc or
ï ’ ' -"*s ” r - »» j r :™ ^tp a ea t ft
t t , a I l a r o ix tn m a i r n . r o
¡L w U 'n .îta e a .
R* qpHM Jack W aggle* has bona capalde of retaiuinic their medicinal protiertie*« I’.' dVSend
for "Hew to Cure !<kin Ittsew
kissing her right cheek all the after- mo hiiMxcd am . n the concentndod form ui which I f Plmpiaa, M m kh< ad a,
»i„t „.1, a ,
ahm prexenuxi h> f i I n - K« - ,
noon, and it's tired ."
•I n ri I'Hrg I ift« are highly reeommended
g i t m n d l , KV( M «»abler. KomUah
tU.eunmit*in Kidney ih,. -
I W .. t. oxLm . **»„« bm.4 tnrtr ,m«.w U ,|-«
ment la not yet auuouueed. — lo w » bjr the mednal pt ofe<«Nt«»n a* a mild and rffn t W
»tswxiily ou .xsi h , f i r i
k , t.,
ixe lavutiAc Htid purtpKtiTe. 1 hey *re wohl I J L *
A w iw i .
rcA.T«a, Ihaooly lain UU.ua I'laa»«
•vet> where at U cent* a »«u\. Dha, 1 Fig.
— II Bid.-r Haggard consld(*rti liiiu-
heif luori- of r. lawyor thau a novelist.
- W ilk ie Collin*' letters ure beaded
with a monogram, iu which a quill
pierce* the letter*.
— Th e lute It -v. .(¡lines Freeman
Clarice, of It. .-ton, was for many year*
in the hahit of writings his sermons be
fore breakfast rvuuiay morning.
Maurice Thompson, tlie Indiana
poet and literateur, is a neighbor and
warm friend of (ien eral I » w Wallace.
He is chief of the Department of Geol
ogy and Xatura. IlistorJSof Indiana.
— One o f the quaintest characters in
l ’ortland. Me., •* Benjamin Fuller, a
1‘ ittston farmer, who has read books
lo r two hours m day for forty yar.-.
and has a bigger library in his head
than any man in Maine.
Arthur .Stannard, better
kaewu to i lie .
|iublic as • John
Strange W inter,” lives on the banks of
the Thames and has a large garden
N trlk iiiü
I'ie ta r e
«rv tv a l
M im iilie ilt i- a ,
D ia m o n d V e r a - C u r a
3 r. Spinney &
(AS i THSVIA CURE!
A WALKINC ADVERTISEMENT.
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