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Khabarofka ia a wretched looking lit
tle plaoe, about a qoarter tha tiaa of
Vladivostok, allhoofcb it ia tha capital
of eastern Siberia ami tha reaidenca of
the governor general It liaa about 49
degrees latitude north, or 6 -degree
dearth of Vladivostok. Iu the public gar
den ia a blou commanding a blrtUeye
view of the river, beach and steamers.
Here ia a mounnieut, in bmore, to Got
eruor General Adjutant Oeueral Nikolai
Nik.ilali vuoh Muravirf. who took part
lu two Ti l.iring expeditions lfS1,
ls.55 and gained tbe title ' Amureki"
for bia services iu tha aoqniaiuuu of
tltia Ainnr roginu to Russia. Tbe chief
streets in Khabarofka ia called, after
bim, Mnnmcf.Anmraki. On tbe atat
oe'a pedestal are engraved the oamea
cf himself, hia wife, about la military
ofQoer and aeven scientific men, who
"khared in tha toil and dangera of bja
expeditions." Kear the atatua ia a baud
stand, where a military band play oa
bandar evenings, and a liMie temple of
the Blessed Virgin, the Bogoroditr.
with painted pictures lnaide tha walla.
Further on ia a pretty little wood, left
for shade. Behind ii the governor'
bonae, a fine brick building, with sen
trie pacing before it, Past the wood a
steep path leada to the bathing place,
w here one baa the choice of wading in
from tbe atony beach or diving from
regular bathing houao at tbe end of
dilapidated wooden pier. Fortnightly
. Hew Mr. Carnal Kaasa CmL
Mrs. Carlisle's preacription for endur
ing tbe beat is first of all not to worry
or fret. Do all your work early in tbe
day and try to find aotue light employ
ment, either physical or mental, to keep
your thought from the thermometer
and bow "awfully hot it is. "
The wife of the eecivtary enjoys her
borne to the utmost, bhe has tbe bonae
rid of many of the heavier hangings
and thicker ruga aa soon aa the weather
becomes oppressive. The large, airy
rooms are clad as far as possible in cool
summer at; ire. and tbe intense beat of
the midday is abut out Washington
Her Bear C Bar 61.
The up to date girl, says the New
York Sen, wean ber heart upon her
starve. It 'a a gold or Silver heart, to be
sure, and it dangles about her neck
from a long, slender chain, but it is of
locket pattern, and within it are a like
ness and the lock of hair presumably
of her sweelueert. The hearts are about
an inch and a half long and appear in
all grades of expensivecrss. Sometimes
they are of richly chaeed gold aet with
precious ft ones, but again tbey are sim
ply of frosted silver. They are known
as "Trilby hearta. "
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A HOMEMADE HAMMOCK.
Aay Oa raa Maha It mm Bar aia
thlaa That Will Ha a ttollaht.
It may be easily cnitructel out of an
ordinary barrel and a s lriytli f
hemp rope anfticicntly H.mt to jroMT the
weight of a grown jorn.
Ouc ahonld be cart ful to lvt a
elonn, nioely ntale barrel fr the pur
pwe. If there ia no empty one to be found
in the storercim ortvllar f rrnir home,
it may be purvhawd at any gnovry More
fi 35 ceutsor Uvm. Kemove the top and
bottom of the burrvl, and tlr-t uih.'
fnun the rL;e, loth top and bottom.
Iwre hole by nicauia of a gimlet between
the atatea all arouud.
Thua you have a row of holo at each
end of the barrel, tlmmgh which mny
be laced the rope, uiMile and out. and
taateued iinuly at a ch.wrn stave on
either aide. You will be surprised to
find bow nicely the ropes will adjust
themselves in the half circle or groove
afforded by tbe gimlet holes.
ftyiork off the barrel hoop, and your
hammock will fall at your feet, the
staves opening out smoothly, held se
curely by t he ropes.
Ropes attached at the four corners
will swing tha hammu-k from stout
bntra hooks fastened u the tree trunk
on the lawn, or between a piazza post
and the hot&e, upon the latter.
There ia a deal of luxury in this sim
ple, homely device TheFvell of the
stave toward the center will I fond
to exactly fit the back when in a reclin
ing poaitiou, and, moreover, this ham
mock will not double up and iiu-ue one
in uncertainty cf getting in and out, a
tbe net ones are so prone to da
For the lawn tbe hammock need only
receive a coat of English enamel paint
In some bright, cheery color and be tit
ted with a Japanese rush pillow, or cir
cular net, which cuu be purchased for
10 cent, but for the piazza we have
seen one elaborately decorated.
It waa painted a vivid yellow, and
the ropes hud been stretched over in
crimson wool, finished in bunches f
pompons that hung from tba brua hooks
that suspended tbe hammock.
A very thin pad,' or mattress, made
of hair and covered with a Bagdad rug,
which hung ever the side of the ham
mock as an oriental valance, added to
it luxury ; beaides this there waa a nent
of down cushions gay in bandanna covers
piled at one end. Exchange.
Graerfol Walking. "
It appears that Newport society girls
have formulated a rnln for graceful
walking, which pedcxtrians will please
copy if they wib to get on in tbia
world. An intelligent w riter thus de
scribe this step: "One of tbe cardinal:
points," she says, "is that the advanc- !
ing foot should be placed a long way j
ahead of tbe other, so as to make a very '
loof step, almost a stride, and to seep
this stride graceful the fxjt that is left
behind lifts itaelf to tbo toe and takes a
right angle swing. Tlie toe must always
be set down first, or the body will sink
too beavily at each, like the t-p of a
... n-, , . . lL i
lat woman. Tbe pointed t-d shoe t 1
preferred if long enough, as it cuts the
air and tends elasticity to the' foist.
There 1 Tbia is uncommon futt, but
the Newport pedestrian always walks
Just that way. Therefore let every girl
who can foraake ber wheel long enough
to walk at all try it (She will feel she
ia in tbe swim tight off, for Miss Amy
Bend and Miss Julia Grant, besides half
a dosen other fair ones now doing this
swan step act, are declared to be "beau
tiful walkers. "Boston Herald.
Trusaalaga far luiaiaMr BiiIIsm.
Laos, ribbon and bead decorations are
all noted on tha bodice, while empire
capes, epaulets, Vandyke arrangements
and various other designs are shown for
their adornment, writes Isabel A. Mal
lon In Tba Ladies' Home Journal. As
bead trimmings are quite expenaiva, it
ia well to know that there may be got
ten, in tbe large shops, strings of beads
and spangles to ba applied to ribbon or
piece material, so that tha economical
woman may form a fashionable garni
tare without spending much money.
Satin ribbon if mora generally seen
than either velvet or groagrain, and the
reaarsis for its popularity are not only
that it ties easter, but that it contrasts
more effectively with the fabric proper.
Ptripes snd plaids in silk are fancied
for plain bodices, while if plain color
la ased it is given an elaborate air by ita
trimming. Cotton blouses frequently
bavs a double ruffle down the front, fie
tbeir only trimming, aa it Is conceded
to be in beat taste to develop tbem sim-
Misa Mary Bartelme of tbe Chicago
bar has jnat closed a course of IA lec
tures upon medical Jurisprudence la tbe
Woman'! Medical college of the North
A UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT.
Ntm? IVsef MalM Olva Herltltoo east
A unique and Interest ilia" entertsln-
j men wa provide! I mo other muni Mr
the f ritilM and iHtiu of the Wright
Hmii'ii S Fur ths lral Instiuo
mm of the IVnf in New Yoik by the
pi)il f that institution. All who r
. ttiinntod ere wnui who sre totully
diaf kiid would ! mute had they lut
, been l:iiiilif liierliaill.'allv lu rtk. Til I
fl rt part of the prvgrnmuie conaiateil oi
the reciiaili'ii ot .Miica rauuin, kt
Ilelcu Ki ller, a 15 Tigr oid girl, who
has Uvii l th deaf and bliml aiiu-e kite
was li ni'-utht old. !lie ib now learn;
ing to read (lie lips of a peroii akitii
by laying the ringers upon Ihoui. She
(muiuiMIihI the potiu 1o niiniory from
the muliOMa'd rliarnotera umiI by ihe
Mind alpliaU t. Win n in doubt, he re-
. ftwluvt lur nieutory by uioana of the
Although her aiti.-nl.ntion la nuiwa
rily tui per fort, her words were audible
ami intelligible to mwt of iIiom hi the
, rm. The rva.linu was illulratl bya
aervta of aevru tableau iu ruritai) n
tuuie. The pupiU who took pan in the
tableau re Hertha M Freeman, J
Pieru Kadcliffo. Will J. tjotnlnu and
Willard K. Taft. They were followe.1
by Katharine Volw.rd, an Kyear old
child, iu a tinvk duave.
Tb Iwrforuiamx waa eoiH'ludi'd by a
two act fiirv-e, written by cue of the pu
pila, Roliert It. Moulton. There were
eight speaking part, all of which were
enacted by peronwho bad U'ii lunnlit
to apeak. A they Were all totally deaf,
it waa ncccisary for them to take their
ones by watching each other' lip. The
perfi'mam-e would have been a very
creditable one for any amateuta.
Mri Mouhou. who plael the, leading
part, Vpoke with great distinueM. lie
has been prepared for ndlrgi at the
school and will enter Columbia next
falL He execta to hare no difficulty iu
recitation and will be able to under-
stand part of the lecture by watching
the lecturer' lipx. The cthei iu the
, cast wete lierth M. Freenutn. Floreuce
Sbatluik, Katharine Wootlward, Carrie
Macuiel, Willard K. Taft, Fran. i liell
and Mary Nicholas.
Tbe entertainment waathe flrat of the
' sort ever attempted at the achml. and
' Mr. Wright waa much pleaaed with its
succewi. The preparation for it, be Nild.
had beeu of great value a a tnean of
practical iustructiou to the pupils.
New York Son,
. . '
A BRITISH ALLIANCE.
RatoM That William W aldarf A .lor
Marry Lady Charchlll.
They say now that it is Ijidy Ran
dolph Churehtll en whom Willie Wallie
A-tor ia abimt to confer hia name, hia
Hpanisb sucealor aud a share of hia
Il seni a gtajd and reasonable match
enough, but rumor ha always bad it
that Lady Randolph long since gave ber
heart to another-to tbe vonug guards
man whom .'she nnrsed so tenderly
thrcngh the consequence of a severe ac-
Willie Wallie wojild indeed be fortu
nate to capture such a prie, for Lady
Randolph iastill young uear 41 clev
er as they make 'em aud w ith an excel
lently well assured position in English
' But. then, thi i only rumoi. which
may be very wide of tbe mark and may
' flatter Willie Wallie' vanity to an in
ordinate degree ( 'holly Kniekerhcker
iu New York Recorder.
A WATERY SUBJECT,
Balhtoa; Kthle Traabllag Folh la tart ml
While the authorities at Wahinirti
are struggling with the Venezuelan
oueetu u the Illinois state authorities at
loosing are having tronbiea of their
own. Here is s qneetiou which a blush
ing young srhoolnia'am, residing iu an
interior county, has submitted in good
faith to Superintendent Patteugill:
"Which should take a bath the often- '
er the fanner r the student? If you
think that the stndent ought to, please -give
your reason why. "
Tbe rchoolma'am explained that her ;
pupils had beeu uuable to solve the quea-
tion. Tbe question remains unanswered ,
pending the return of Professor Patten- i
gill to tbe city, and iu the meantime
both tbe farmer and the student doubt- j
leas grace tbe ranks of the great army i
of the unwashed. j
Yachtsmen will be interested in the
discovery of an Italian sea captain,
George. RattaVasalio of Genoa, that ad
ditional speed ran be secured by making
a number of small boles iu the sails.
Tbe contention ia tbst the force of
wind cannot folly take effect in a sail.
aioea tbe air ia front of it cannot prop-
, , . , . . . . .
erly circulate in the inflated part; that
it ia stagnant and is in effect a cushion,
which acta like a spring mattress, de
creasing the actual pre sore of the wind
again! tha canvas.
Trials made by the captain ia various
weathers have seemingly proved tbe
utility of this innovation. New York
Bach t Bis Eaglaa froto Blase OaAasv
T. J. Henneany, who years ago was
nominated and elected state railroad
"commissioner, has returned to his old
occupation that of a hnotnotive engi
neer. At tbe time of bis nomination be
was an engineer, with a rue between
St. Louis and Poplar Bluff. He gave ep
bis job to make tbe canvass and was
elected. His six years' term expired last
year, and in January of thla year be
started a little busineaa, but -it wss not
a success. He applied to the Iron Moun
tain for a Job, got it and took out bis
first train to Little Rork tha other
night. Chicago Tribune.
Balatlve atmgth mt Metal aa4 TlaWr.
Dr. Robert H. Thurston, in a recent
article, discueees Various materials in
which comparison of interest are made.
At the outset he gives the following
generally aonefitod figure: Cast iron
weigha 444 pound to the cubic frt and
an inch square bur will sustain a
weight of l(l.u(H)siund;bMnze, weight
635 piunls, tenacity 8fl,000; wrought
Iron, weight 410, tenacity iO.OOO; bard
"struck" steel, weight 4!K. tenacity
78,000; aluminium, weight I6H, terse
Ity 28,000. A bar of pine Jnt as heavy
aaa bar of steel an Inch sqnare will
bold up 12.1.000 pounds, the beet ash
17o,000 and some hem I. irk 200,000
pound Wood is bulky. It occupies 10
ee II times the space of steeL
t. r o
la Hb., Tti
A taesv littl fusa, who had plenty
of wouev aud iiwiiy lavuhly, wa on
of lhee..sin imwrAiivra whd arrived III
other day oa we mori.-wn liner run.
Ha was lakd npii a niiissm-e by
.HUM of the ),-era Oil Ihe VOil,1.
, but when tiuarnnf' me wa leached ami
the taaaruuvr reu.l ttie reiuiii
and ' iilvU'nt event they
4UU. i.iu,.,IiiiI Ihal lltll
I llewaaoue.ot the few-who dar.il g
; on deck dnrillg the fit at dnva of tin voy
age, owing lo the .toim. After the con
: cert iai board he gathered about htm a
' doacu congenial piril. bought ehaiu
' pague for tix'V and spun a yarn. It wa
of a dream.
He bad dried that there a
, panic on the Naw York Hock Exchange
aud Mvk er falling otT tuglitfullv
Aud he vowed there wan ar l:itk U
tweeu the L'mted Mate and EnKmd
Then the other men around the table
aliook their head gravely aud advised
the little man to toi drinking and go
to bed He would feel letter in Ihe
But it wa different yesterday morn
ing when the paper weie tluow it alard
at quarantine. Then the little nom be
came the cynoaute of all eve. lie en
joyed It; alio tbe champ:-1 l'"" w
fineed uvm him. Hi frtemla cUiiihiI
that he wa the nly genuine ilteamer
extant- Owing o certain rllivl of
champagne, the little man waa jnt able
to maiutaiu a dignitied alienee and
could uol be interviewed on dream.'
New York Herald.
' NATURAL SOFT SOAP.
Tmmm la a iuhh mt 111. la Hi( Hera
' A party of gentlemen fnun the et.
who have Uen bnuttuii and tiliuig f t
tbe past mouth lu tbe Itig Horn iiioun
taina aud basin, lu Wyoming, met while
therewith a' pertinent illustration of
the liataral marvels of tbe gn-nt central
weat. This wa nothing ' tb oi the
dlKtivety of a aeru of pit, or vat, of
natural soft oap. tbe evelb nt quality
cf the pnxluct allowing Jllill oM I lame
Nature i well coiutent when m the
mood to hold up fully the end of her
string a a housewife.
These natural soft soup pita, seven in
nntulwr and bavin; an average capacity
of alamt l.tMH) gallons, aie tirattereil
over an area of two or three acre of al
kali laud, aitualr.l just la-low tbe
month of half a d o n li"t ' rmg and
two large spring of j ra -f nul'y pure Iu
bricating oil. Tbe water from tbe hot
spring and the oil iti.iui.ign combining
with ealj other and acting ou tbe al
kali deaait constitute a natural uip
manufactory, the ynahict if bti bia
gathered lu the ailfc.-eiit Ti'i of earth
caVitiea. or pitA
Just below the pir themselves ia a
wide tract of piuiiet marsh ami, in
w hose deptlut the soft ftup surplus is ab
sjrbed. The product j pirftrtly mar
ketable, and iu the coming couuiien'ial
development of the Dig Horn basin
there will donbtless be a natural m ft
soap syndicate. Ria ky Mountain News
FUNERAL TROLLEY CARS.
Tljpm mm l.lusa
fimm im i Hatvrsra.
Funeral car on several of tbe Hn k
lyn trolley line of street railway are to
be placet! iu operation nert spring if the
experimental carna lite Kolgcw J Jins
proves to be a sncces. Tlie Xyleiu has
worked auoiiwfully In m vrral western
ritiea, notably Abilene, Kan. 7 Lincoln,
Neb., aud Chk-ag
The cars making np the train will t
appropriately ratntnd -bhtrk. The first
' pei illy c.istrnctiil for the pur
A bier in the center will auppmrt
the casket. I)pswit it will he seat f r
tbe minister sud the pallbearer.
Tbe next car, with sable blinds t
drawdown, will be rnaervt! for the mi
mediate morjrneranr vrttt" ! attached
to the fuueral car a a trailer. The trol
ley pole- of the first car will he draped
with era lie. Tli mam lsly of the
mourners and sympathizing fnendawill
follow iq ordinary cars at a close a
headway as posibln.
' a POPULIST MOSES.
Ceasta mt PmMni laau-ola atonplng
Col'el ('. A. Lincoln, a cousin of
Abraham Lincoln, is the I'opulist Moses
just now who i electrifying audience
in southeastern Kansaa. t'ntll recently
he was a poor farmer in Cow ley county.
Last week he espoused the Popnlist
faith aud announced 100 meetings in
schoolhouaea in Bourbon county.
He assumes the commonplace charac
teristics of "Old Abe" and drives a
little bay mare which he aays he ha
driven three times across tbe continent,
making a total of 88,000 miles. Chi
"I was on my bicycle," writes a mnn
to an English magazi' e, "and was pass
ing a very large field where a iioiiits-r
of sheep were grazing. A I jossed a
sheep ran toward me in an excited state,
looking up at ma like a pet dog and
bleating in a moat piteous way. I waa
so interested in what' I saw that I
stopped, and instantly tbe sheep gallop
ed to the farther end of the field in the
same excited way, and then raced hack
to me again, bleating and looking up at
me jnst in the same beseeching way as
it did at first. Had it spoken it con Id
not have been plainer In ita request that
I should go with it to tbe other end of
the field. I errcM tee nothing but a few
trees; still I felt nompelled to go with
the sheep, so unmistakably did it let me
know that It wanted lue to go with it
8o I went, the tCMp galloping on be
fore me, till it risK-bed the spot at the
end of tbe field where I felt sure It
wanted me to go. Till I reached the
place th animal ran round and round
the same particular spot in the same ex
cited way, as if It wanted to aay : 1 Make
baste. Come as fiL as yon can. ' When
I arrived, I fixifd there waa a deep
stream of water.' and one of the sheep
bad fallea into It and was struggling to
A IWaalala atsrshaeswr.
A man went Into' a hardware store In
Portland. Me., an'
f a second
hand coffin. Be
stote and t-w'
keait a country
"nted to flud
, RIm mt I mm MmAWmi freralea.
During the wicdirrnl times tho moil
ateriee, serving aa center of instruc
tion, gaveaouieenihodluient to the med
ical profcealon, like that which our col
legsa give. In Italy there later aroMi in
tit ut ton f,a- educating physicians, a
the medical school of hulcino in 1140
Iu Kranca N'fore the end of the thir
tetmth ivutury the surgeon had laannie
imorporatel iuto diatiuct tHillege, fol
lowing lit thi way the lucorsiralc
medical faculty, arid while tliu lute
grating llieuiwdvca they ncliidi'd from
their ebksa (lie bin la r. who, forbidden
lo perform oHrstitUia, were allowed
only li dn; wounds, etc. lu ourow u
country tlien hae laeu siiivck.uo con
solid it ions j
The lurla-r siugion If K lid tl were
Im-oi s rai. .1 r .,lwur. 1Y, mid t is the
tift.tlilll nut in r tbo I'Mlegn of I'by
sici.tii w a loiiudiil ami "nt-eixiil 'W(
rr lo guiiil bo iin-s tn pi.n iim uiilii iiie
a wer wbiih Inel piv ionly Ueii
confined ll the tosbiai " 1'rogle. Ill
'nVTtnileiie f lulegrut ioii w aa shown
when lu I but l a I a lllnii al s.'lla w eie
iTflblddeil tocictflnealtigfrv til I I'llilotl,
and Mil bin seii'ii in i lis, until tlur had
Ixvn i v.iiiiincil I v'tiie coiup.iuy of Isir
lai and surgH;us. and alixt w ben, l y
tbo eighteenth 1'f 0mg.) II. exclnilmg
the Ivada ia, tlie U.'yT.Ur'i.lteBii i f Sur
giNiia w ;n f a im .1 At Ibe one tune
there hate glow u up luc.l . ul I in
varioiia pl.. i- M loch pi. paw students
f.r examination I v lbee iiuS irporatiil
liualical tsalies, furllier integrtit ! lis
la'liig iiupbid II mpitala, too, M'utti'ml
thiougliitut tin klngdoiit, have laasttue
pl.ksi f iliiinal nisi in, Hun. imiiiih unit
eil to college mii aitine not Another
aviea of niti .gratioii b.is la-n n. lilcle I
by io-ilu:il jiiuiualo. wia klv mid ipiar
lerly. wbuh scrte to bring iiitocom
miiiili atlon educational uiatitullolis. Ill
Corsir.iteil Nalies and the iilmls profe
ion Ibrlstt Sia-miT ,'
t'riiui Ihr I eurlet lUraM. Saftuaw. tlrh ,
It ws piflillcly talked all over Clare
county, Mich., for aotue time twfore
the Courier-lieraid seut a reporter to
iKjver to fully investigate the Coultet
matter, lie finally went, aud we pub
lish tialay his full report. The Coul
ters are prominent people, though Mrs
C. iu reapouee to the queatlon whether
he objected to lietng iutervieweii, said,
"Certainly not" Her tory follow
"Als'ul fourteen year ago we de
cid to take up our atssle iu Dover
aud -everything went along aunaiihly
for several years, busineaa progressed
aud tielng of a aaviug tcuiperaui. lit we
accumuhtted quite an amount. ur
family lucreased aa the years rolleal by
and we now have five children living.
tbe oldest IS, young-eat 3. "but aicknesa
made it way into our household, aud
doctor' bill fiiawled upou a, until we
have nothing left but our home, and
theae sweet children. Everything
went lo satisfy the claim of physi
"About three years sgo I had a
miserable feeling at the bark of my
ear, my right hand became paralyied
aud the imralyaia extended to my arm
and throat, and would affect my head
and eyes, sometimes for davs I would
lose my aight, my face was deformed
lifeless ss it were, my mae waa drawn
to uue aide aud I praaented a pitiable
.appearance aud never expecting to re
gain my natural facial -eipreaaiotia. I
employed lhe ' bet phyaiuiau that
could "lj procured, expending thou
sand of dollars for their acrvicea but
could Hot obtain relief. At last they
staled my caac wa lyoud the reach
of medical ak ill. and it would be but a
hurt time until the end would oome.
This ceitainly was not very encourag
ing to me, but I never gave up hope,
lu connection with receiving tbe at
tendance of phyaicians I have tried
every tnedioine known to the apothe
cary, but never received suy relief un
til lh-. Williams I'ink 1'tlla for, Hale
People came to my assistance. Before
I had taken half of the flrat box the
deformity In my face had left me, and
before four boxca had been consumed
the paralysis bad disappeared entirely
snd much to my surprise I felt like a
new woman. 1 have not taken any
medicine since Isst spring, just about s
year ago, and my trouble has not ap
peared since. I owe my health, my
life, to Dr. Williams' I'ink rills.
"A short time since my little boy
John was .afflicted with Rt Vitus'
dance. He could not walk across the
room without assistance, in fact be
wond fall all over himself, but after
taking a few boxes ot Dr. Williams'
I'ink Fills, St Vitus' dance entirely
left him, and no trace of the affliction
is left 'These pills are worth their
weight iu gold. Yon may aay in this
connection that I am willing at any
time to make affidavit to tbe truth ot
these statements,' and furthermore I
will answer any communication con
erning my case, aa I consider it noth
ing more thsn right and Just that I
should assist suffering humanity."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all
the elements necessary to give new life
and richness to tbe blood and restore
shattered nerves. Tbey, ark fox aale
by all druggists, or may be bad by
mall from Dr. Williams' Medicine
Company, Hobeneotady, N. Y., for 60
cents per boa, or sis boxes for 13.60.
W TT at.V
Ve will lead T2TX either a
with ttaf baaJle,
of 7-inck full
Tayaj afT1 ftnA mmm mrmm
aval wm ighMat
Cswasas artra Sam aaaf ststirsss
uucxrnxi suuu tobacco oo., iruxaix, i. a
Buy a Kigof this Celelsrated Smoking Tobacco and read the
coupon which gives a list of oilier remiumeand how lo get them,
ettiT eranea aceterta.
airrau moat tbk atoow
(tv id (Liner. ImparttlM elf haitly
I ii II.. 'Ill III el Hi otiali O.mxl But unll
rauto tl.ato lmt.olli,u rauala.nd auisoa III
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.lMliaellua t.l Hi uiaa ihruttolr rrsvtul
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.til.rr allmriii. ahl.h nti 1 1. kllu ami
l.i ul. r anli H.iiisr'.i.inrli Mm., ahirh
llk. a Im' .ii r...u.r. malarial. tl).ailir, bllluu,
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A. at hat al.lr I mm I
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u.l I a a. hti'iielKiit al Ibal
raoar. riitu u ami si ii.
Ths in.l over Iroirn pond ami lakes,
over aim tlrl.l of laiu and open euiin
iry, i heavily ehargtal aiih lf.t and tin
I'ariu lea ico.rn mailer. II I tli imsai
i.riielrallna Bay for chill to art In. Mud.
dsn warmth, amliieii chill, and rr
Hold liirla and liy skatlus, Urivli.a for
plrasure or l.iisliisaa. and men at ori
ttlrl.l knoa tli ill Heretic.- In tempeialui.
rl ins t. .mi. ira kaia away and wllh
uniiith ou laughing tale In a do oi
surrilii.ial. Iirlver and wutkiiirn thro
a.nl a iaps and all know tba n,n
inim avi.rii, and aiillnwa a lial nil.lri.
. hill llirans Sum Ilia la-. I llilug In ib'
Ii, ii bonard l lo rill. Ball al mice with M
Jamlsi nil. II vnu t... t.nt b ill not ha.t
..irrliuoi, ,ir if you are .tilt and aore. II
alll rute Li a arming Ilia tiirlae to llirna
"III Hi i loll.
tt'llle I tlira .M-were e..mlia lnlilal.l
rxllrl.ti Win. Willi,- Willie Slilrl lis.
Ih-ii a.l,'.. all lh. allajlita.ii.
nuwa tn lav
oer Ona Hiiuarvil llellar aa4 I
itr ease el t aiarrh that rauudt ba eBr4 hy
Hair i atafta i u i
r J l HHNSV Jt lt. rreral . T.ile.t.1, O.
Wa Iha iin.ler.l.ie.l, hi ktiiiBB m t rtient
tef lh lal It Yrar.. au.l .ll,.ve hlat aitia-lly
h..M..rala In all tHi.lneaa iraittoell.Hi a4 Ss
it. tai f t.le w aairv vyl aaj vblistlu atals
by their tiai
W bo.oale lrsslM, rnlvtA, tl
N W .i.rtiaw, h laa.a a M.avt.
kolaaal l'luli, luleu. Ohla
Hil Calrrb i ura I la.ea lulariiall Bella
Sbaelly up,m III bl.aal aul toataiBI unaraa im
tha.i.ieBi. 1'ifc-B. :ar -mt butila aula by all
aruaat.ta. Ttotltnnl.lal treat
Hall raailly I'llii ar Hi bast.
Ml Kill ..t Jul KVI .
an-t iti ' a.l.." le . em. It
Brallhv lit irotet t o.
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Tsr tia lor breakfast.
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of hf ..(asiluta cure, fro Ita in aulfrtan
r,iiav Mini uieir I ii anl KpieeM atl.lrvsaav
!vtr tnv wthtn ,-urtj tti at1.1reaai
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a..ult treatr.l ana i ur
i r1 more .a.ra Ihaieait.
llrlng I'tiiaklan: llli
II h V auceaa la a.l.ini.hina
a k atofaXBae have hear.l ef rw
ut ea y.ai
If "La Belle Chocolatlerc isn't cn
the can. it Isn't Walter Baker & Co.'s
V.'ALTFK BAKER fc CO. t term.
s. If you want a sure relief
iirnos, use an
Ba in Mind Not one
tations Is as good as tha gcautna.
it the name of Woman's FrienJ. ' It is
fol in relieving the backarhea, headaches
wbirh burden and shorten a Woman's
women lostifv for It. It will viva hsadlh and alranwth
and make 'Ufa a pleasnre. Kor aala
BLCMALKK-FKAUK DKUU CO.,
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
m ' '
Coupon mod 40 cent.
mmmm. m hsm bate mt
tVO S1FC Hn
April. Maj era uioat smpbstloelly (be
mouths for taking a Vd blood purifisr.
lahwuw the system is now most la need
of such a Buedli lii. aud bseauae It mure
iliilekly respond lo medicinal uua'.IOss.
In winter Impurities do not paaa out uf the
IxHly trveljr, but ecvutuulate In lbs blovd.
ths be.! nintii'li.s lo purify, eutiib sud
vtlallas Iha blood, slid tbu give slrnlh
and build up Ibssyatein, Is IIimmI's Harssv
lrilla. TbouaamU laks II as Ibslr Hprtn
Medicine, and ..mora are taking 11 Unlay
than vr before. If you are Ured, "out ul
sort," nervima, havs bad lass In ths
morning, arhtug or dtiy hsad, B)UI
loinai h ami fet I all run down, a eouras
of Hood' Hara.arllla will put your wboU
IbhIv In good order and Disks yrta strong
sud vigttrou. It Is ths lilral Hprlug
Mrdiciias aud Ini uarvs tonic, breauas
l.lhrOn.Toi Hloo.1 I'uitSrr ail droit 1st. It
rrspBlvl only by I'. I II. l a l'u.eaell, ktato.
RfVArl'a fsMllst mireli trtelal.l. rate-
I100Q I WlUm fully .t, nmix4 J null.
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Taller aale, Slllahf4 aj4 w4
Hi I ( IliCI CLBII IE QHP.1IT. PCITUIB, WAX
lDC aVIMCinsV C SOOTMiajo
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It D 1 111 m"JMa lM C1IJleiTe!
U I U aJ 0S?i. t lMi JsTtebaaaToa!
for pains in tbe back, aide, chest, i
of the host of coaaterfcite and imi
The eery remarkahlo and rertaln
relief given woman by MtMlKK'H
HKVKALKK KKMKOY haa givon
life. Thousand of
bv all drnawiata.
av ooaaiaeoNtMNo with
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TIH CHEAPER IN THE UNO.
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Maay ml yna have
sun Tit lai
year Iron tenable ii.i mm ttm-t. H'.su&
anil hare been abls to rat an blp. Yoa bars
xii In year snr. arm yoar ba,lr sa4 4..B
yowr Umkm. hrmitntmr, nf nthar saslly reosBlr4
iraiptom. is! raaialr Irmihlaa
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m a ralrhraieil anrelallat oa leaial eiaMW. ra
wbna band. II haa barn tha awaa of rarlas
n win ear yna I II aVrtma. an
wblrh saay h praaenl and In whlnh all
i haw tmal.lto ar Sim, but Is aerisetir barailaa
r "i pwt. hrataaary will aot b
barsiel l.y nur wash and to I of treat aa la r
Her n.try of Its lmnl,l a vnaililnf , am. Wa
will wiall on application rlrenlareoaialnlnf -irnatrs
oearrlpilna nl tha aa and arll, nfihla
Jreat Mlhady. Oa box ol - haallo" arltoit
nr S Bioaiha' lrsBlai.nl with 111 direction a,
W Im har"HMalila" la eanrala al II aer
mall bos, or V err larfa hot, S raallar. lavle
aaanu waaled: ran ataka in 110 m dar. as
rrerr lady waau aanaldo. Mast II by rralatenal
leilrr, f. il. saoTMV order nr einrea nnnes
bos IQn aaa Joaa, Callforala.
punn cunt? row pildo
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