O S TR IC H E S N O T S TU P ID BI RDS. S i l v e r S e r v ic e . QUEEN OF AGTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA “Hey!" shouted the rich man, peer-1 S t o r y t h .it T h e y H id e T h e ir H e a d . lng cautiously over the stairway, "I W h e n F r ig h t e n e d B u te S la n d e r . There are muuy giants In Africa 0 want you.” feet high. Some of them weigh 300 “Well.” chuckled the burglar, reach- pounds and are strong enough to kill For bronchial troumes try Piso’s Cure Consumption. It is a good cough a panther at one blow. Perhaps you for think such big fellows must be clumsy, medicine. At druggists, price 25 cents. but they are not They can run faster It is literally true that a new broom than any horse, spring 12 to 14 feet at sweeps clean. If a new broom is exam a leap. This all sounds like a fairy ined, the ends of the straws will be story, says a writer In the Cincinnati found to be straight and the brush Commercial-Tribune, but not so when square. After it has been used a while the ends split and become sharp, and the you bear that these African giants are j shape of the brush becomes irregular. To —ostriches. renew the youth of the broom dip in hot Perhaps you have been told some 1 soapsuds and trim the softeued atruws foolish stories about these birds—that to the proper shape. when pursued they stick their heads In To B reak in New Sh oes. the sand and because they cannot see j Always shake in A llen’s Foot-Ease, a powder. Imagine that no one can see them. t cures hot, sw eating, aching, sw ollen feet, This is base slander. Instead of be I i I Cures corns, ingrow ing n ails an d bunions. At druggists and shoe stores, '2tx‘. D on’t accept ing stupid, ostriches are very cunning. all substitu te. Sample m ailed FREE. Address Their long legs will take them away any Allen S. O lm sted, Roy, N. S'. from men—unless they have their fam ilies to protect. Then all Is different. U n it e d S t a t e s ' G r e a t W e a l t h . The papa ostrich sends mamma ostrich The world transacts its business, ac and the baby ostriches off at full cording to the aniiual report of the di speed, while he runs the other way. rector of the United States mint, on a What do you think he does next? He stock of gold money amounting to $5.- rolls on the ground, pretending to be <>00.000,000. Of that total, the United hurt. The hunter rushes toward the States possesses $1,300,000,000. That fallen bird, thinking he can easily means that in this republic, with about catch him, mentally counting how one-twentieth of the population of the much money he can make out of the world, we have almost one-quarter of splendid tail feathers which adorn the all the gold money there is. bird's tail. After the papa ostrich thinks his family has got a good start, up he Q reoon $ iood JP urif /£ r TE S TE D AND TR UE G U A R A N TEED jumps and skims over the ground; leav N O W ! la the time to U S E I T . ing the disappointed hunter to think that the ostrich is not as silly as he has Info rsiiatio n W a n te d . been led to belief. “Say, pa,” queried the Councilmaifs A singular thing about ostriches is small son, "is it true that George Wash the way they bring up their little ones. ington never told a lie?” MISS JULIA MARLOWE "I have no reason to doubt it, my To begin with, there are a good many son.” answered the local statesman. Heartily Approves of Pernna for the Nerves. eggs In the nest (dug out of the hot "Then,” the little fellow, sand), but the eggs are of different “how did he continued manage to get such a pull mothers. Ostriches do not lay eggs In a recent letter to The Peruna weak nerves. every day. Being far apart they would in politics?” Medicine Co., Miss Julia Marlowe, of This can be easily obviated by usirg h io , C ity of T oledo , i not hatch together. When the nest Is S tate of L O ucah New York City, writes the following: Peruna. Pernna strikes at the root of C ounty , \ SH* prepared all the female ostriches In the ! F rank J. C h eney m akes o a th th a t he is the difficulty by correcting the diges senior p a rtn e r of th e firm of F. J. C h eney & neighborhood are Invited to contribute Co., tion. do ing business in the C ity of Toledo, C oun glad to write my endorsement ♦ i)igeetion furnishes nutrition for the an egg apiece, the hostess returning ty an d S tate aforesaid, an d th a t said firm w ill j j : of "I the am great remedy, Peruna, as a nerve : pay th e sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for the favors In due time. and every ease of C atarrh th a t can n o t be * tonic. I do so most heartily.”—Julia ♦ nerve centers. Properly digested food Ostriyh eggs are delicious. One each furnishes these reservoirs of life with cu red by th e use of H all ’ s C atarrh C u r e . J . ClllCXEY. weighs three pounds, or is equal to a Sworn to before m e FRANK vitality which leads to strong, steady an d subscribed in m y dozen of a hen's. They are very con presence, th is 6th day of Decern her, A. D., 1886. Nervousness is very common among nerves and thus nuriehes life. A. W. GLEASON, venient, too, for the hunters in the Peruna is in great favor among wo This condition is due to men, N otary Public. women. desert. They not only furnish a de j seal j especially those who have voca- nerve centers. The nerve cen t;ons that lightful meal, but a dish to cook It In. H all's C a ta rrh C ure is taken in te rn a lly , and anemic are trying to the nerves. ters are the reservoirs of nervous vitality The sbell Is hard and thick and the actH d irectly on the blood and m ucous surfaces These centers become bloodless for want for testim onials, free. egg Is set on the fire, a hole is broken of th e system . J. Send Buy a bottle of Peruna today. If you * CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. of proper nutrition. in the top, It is stirred with a stick and 8old by D F. ruggists, not receive all the benefits from Re- ! 75c. This is especially true in the spring do r u n s that you expected, write to Dr. S. ♦ when It la done the saucepan serves as H a ll’s Fam ily f ills are th e best. season. Every spring a host of invalids B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. a dish as well. An Oversight. are produced as the direct Tesult of He wouldn’t hire an architect his hard- E D ITO R , SO LD IER . S T A T E S M A N . earned coin to waste; he knew he could Those Loving Girls. T h e L a te G e n e r a l J o s e p h Ron w e ll H a w a house erect quite suited to his taste. Charlie cool and collect- ! He did—and now the neighbors find a ed Edyth—Was le y , an A b le S e n a t o r . when he proposed to you? to stop and grin; for, strange to Mayme—No; The d'Vtth of Joseph Roawell Haw cause was awfully rattled. | say, it slipped his mind to put a chim Edyth—Well, he I always thought he had ley, of Connecticut removed one of ney in. a screw loose somewhere. the able men of the United States Sen ate. He was born at Stewartsvllle, Richmond County, ^ N. C., October 21, m l Y( 1826, Mild gradu- ated at Hamilton College in 1847. In 1830 he was ad And tells it eloquently in the bright eye, the supple, T mitted to the bar elastic movement, the smooth, soft skin, glowing w ith 7 'fjf at Hartford, Conn., health, sound and well, an active brain, good P" and that place had appetite a and body digestion, refreshing sleep, energy to per- A since b e e n his form the duties to enjoy the pleasures of f j J. 8. UAWLET. To Convince You home. He prac life. The blood and is capacity the most vital part of the body; * ticed law six and one-half years, and every organ, muscle, tissue, nerve, sinew and bone is dependent on it for in 1857 became editor of ^he Hartford nourishm ent and strength, and as it circulates through the system, pure and Tress, which ten years later was con strong, it furnishes to these different parts all the healthful qualities nature THE CHATHAM solidated with the Courant and he be intended. W hen, from any cause, the blood becomes impure or diseased, it Is the BEST INCUBATOR on came editor. In 1801 he enlisted in tells a different story, quite as forceful in its way. Itching, burning skin the market, I will send you one, the United States army as a captain, diseases, muddy, sallow complexions, disfiguring sores, boils, carbuncles, freight prepaid, and wait for my and at the dose of the war he was etc., show the presence, in the blood, of some foreign m atter or poison. pay until October 1, 1605. m a brigadier general and brevet major Rheumatism, Catarrh, Contagious Blood Poison and Scrofula, are effects of It was given the highest award general. In 1866 he was elected Gov a deeply poisoned blood circulation. These may either be inherited or ac at the Oregon State Fair, held at ernor of Connecticut, and in 1872 was quired, but the seat of trouble is the same—the Salem last fall. Write for our sent to Congress. From the House of blood. S. S. S ., a purely vegetable blood remedy, Descriptive Catalogue of Incuba Representatives he went to the Senate cleanses and purifies the circulation and makes it and Brooders and our time In 1881. being continuously re-elected strong and clean. Under its purifying and tonic ef- ] tors proposition. until this winter, when ill-health re fects all poisons and im purities are expelled from moved him from the list of available the blood, the general health is built up, all disfiguring eruptions and blera- ishes disappear, the skin becomes soft and smooth and robust health blesses candidates. GEO. W. FOOTT, He was at the head of the Centen life. Rheumatism. Catarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all dis nial Exposition in 1876. was a trustee eases of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any medical Dept. 12 Portland. Oregon of Hamilton College, and had received advice, free of charge. TH£ s w l f T SPECIFIC C O ., ATLANTA, GA. various marks of distinction. rr GOOD BLOOD TELLS ITS OWN STORY :T,rr.„r “No one. It wasn t necessary. The assembly was on to her."—Illinois State Jou rnal PUTNAM F A D O ar E L E S S DYES 10c oockace co lo r, ulk , w ool and cotton equally well and to r o w mart to o d . brlsM er and footer co lo r. Ikon any o th rr dr*. J ^ S J ^ ^ o E S o e Dlfuo "co"uST ” u " P°** P*“< “ ,0t * «>•<*•««• W rlu »•» »ree booklet kow la dr..