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, BV Aau, OSHlSasi Twmp.
Why should Spain object now? She
steadily been losing ground for sev-
Gvoeral Kitchener has been made a
peer, but so far as the American army
li concerned It Is without a peer.
Texas has 108,000 more bachelors
old maids. This must be the rea
It Is called the Loae Star State.
Judging from tlie experience of Spain,
far Europe to be quickly without fleets
IM big armies, let it attack this coun
Admiral Dewey used $47.WO worth
Of ammunition on the niorr.ins: of May
slay. This should be credited to the
till, Peruglul should rhank his lucky
tart that Lillian Russell disturbed his
domesticity by draw poker Instead of
The Emperor of China fell from pow-
OT because he wore European trousers.
Bat he was guilty of other breaches of
, etiquette also.
That Connecticut girl who got home
ta time to stop her own funeral doubt
ItM has a very joor opinion of people
Who are too precipitate.
The Americans are now said to hold
Mr-fifths of Porto Rico. But holding
possession Is not necessarily Ameri
enabling It That must come later.
pain's original price for the Philfp
ftee Islands may hare been $400,000,
00, hot the ciphers were all blown off
Che price tag by Admiral Dewey's guns.
It was a Boston gamin who, when
apprehended In an alley with a sprin
kltngean full of beer, stated loftily that
"accelerating the speed of the
' Tht French Mediterranean squadron,
at luting of six warships, used 354
aheBs In order to sink a wooden ship at
a range of two miles for target prac
tice. If a Yankee gunner bad been
aloag they wonld have saved about 350
Laura Jean Libby, the authoress,
was married a few days ago to a
Brooklyn lawyer. Sequels to her nor
th! describing the married life of her
heroes and heroines, with whom the
fmbHc parted when they were all hap-
' married, will now be In order.
- padal dispatches from Reno, Nev.,
state that the first young woman Jock
ay la the world has made her appear
ance la several races out there and has
erwred very successful. Why not?
Tht now woman always has been rec-
1 an adept at riding bobbies.
Who says the Chinese know nothing
boot woman's rights? When the
Dowager Empress over there gets tired
am the "male tyrant" she stops talking
aad simply turns him down. Moreover,
ha Chinese women hare revolted
against compressed feet, and that bar
haiwoa custom has been abolished.
What's the matter with Tsl N'u?
Tht Boston Transcript thoughtfully
an eager and Impatient public
"the full name of the Sultan of
Tamati, who received the Order of the
Lisa of Nasran at Queen Wllbelmlna's
esreaatlon, is Tad Jul Malawi Bindjatil-
Slrajui Mulkl Amiraddin
laaladUin Sjah Patra AJanhar Basid
Maktank Sudibdja." What U his sober
The consular system of the United
been the laughing stock of
world. Bat if the signs of the
are read aright the country, par-
Healarly the business portion of it, will
of the next Congress a tbor-
orerbaullng of the whole riclous
aad the establishment In Its
of a modern system with men
. for the positions they sre to oc-
aad men of such ability and char
that this great country will no
after in comparison with the
res of Its industrial rivals
hi ate markets of the world.
Indian, recalling his baby-
strapped to, bis mother's
he "went ahead backward,"
Hy likens bis race to that con-
The United States Govern-
hewerer, Is helping the Indian
as never before. Seventeen
ndastrial and educational.
C3 aa enrollment of over fifteen b an
tral pemtls, are aaaoaneed for the cnr-
3Jt year. "It Is not what Is done for
what we do for others, which
wrote one of these pupils
r, which suggests the hope that
IT 7waf men among the Indian j
f "Wi wlO derate themselves to the up-
. P ' " A IIMlu ttlAffl rt fUiH.
.3, km mere are times wnen tne one
' 1 tsexh a daty as the other. "If you
J f o year name or namber." a
"l tf lately overheard to say to
J Cera. "I will Inform the
; Cat 1 hare bought all my
? je eswater, instead of go
simply because yon
t tsjjelln aad patient"
7 Oare la a dlSereat type
' J tla OwtJle. The Poke of
zrft head complaints
trraas It charge of
; tKUZa la London,
J teaman. The la-
"Put your name to It. What's your
namer 'That will do," said the Duke,
pointing to his signature, "Norfolk."
"That Is not the name of a man; that
Is the name of a county?' mapped the
young woman. The Duke took the tele
gram, and proceeded to write another:
"Permanent Secretary, G. P. O., Lon-
i don Clerk at thin office exceedingly in
solent to the public; reprimand severe
ly; dismiss on second complaint. The
Postmaster General." As he handed it
back, he observed. "This is official, and
will to free." When the young woman
read it she nearly collapsed. An the
Duke Intended only to give her a les
son, he consented, after many promises
of amendment, to destroy the telegram.
"A distinguished alienist" expresses
the opinion that we need a law making
marriage compulsory before the age of
25, or 3u. at the latest. lie gives as his
reason the fact that medical research
has shown that wedlock conduces
greatly to health and sanity. In order
to make the beuehts of this state uni
versal, he would make It compulsory.
This attitude of mind Is by no means
rare among a certain type of scientists,
says the Cleveland Leader. In the cold
logic of science, as these gentry we it,
there Is no room for the complex emo
tions, attractions and repulsions that
go to make up human nature, observes
the Philadelphia Pullet In. Having es
tablished certain conclusions as the re
sult of physiological Investigation, they
take It for granted that they have
sounded the depth of truth, and that
the welfare of the race demands the
hard and fast application of the rules
which they lay down. The Idea of pa
ternal government regulation of mar
rlase Is by no means new. It has liecn
preached with mnch fervor by sundry
"reformers" with an ab'ding faith that
the world can be made bright by legis
lative enactment fortunately, the
hard common sense of mankind has al
most always rejected their nostrums
with contempt The scientist In ques
tion might better devote his valuable
tle-to other matters. Marriage is a
great deal older thin science, and the
process of natural selection by which
It Is attained In most lands will not be
affected by scientific dictum. The cry
that not enough people enter Into the
matrimonial relation In these days
needs no attention1. In this matter,
above all others, freedom of choice
when Individuals have reached years of
accountability Is essential, and will re
main unimpaired. There will never be
any lack of happy homes In this repub
lic. Nature, which Is more powerful
than all doctors, will regulate the prob
lem In her own way.
Lives and property are menaced and
lost year after year by destructive for
est fires, and yet no effective means are
taken to prevent- such calamities. In
fact only In localities where there are
vast wooded tracts Is there any general
Interest in the preservation and protec
tion of forests, and yet it is a subject
worthy of the concern of all. While
the influence of forests upon rainfall is
apt to be exaggerated, they have a de
cided and vital influence upon other
meteorological conditions. They lessen
the violence of many storms which
would otherwise develop Into tornadoes
and cyclones, and the evaporation of
moisture from the foliage has a decid
ed effect In reducing atmospheric tem
perature. In the far West large sections
of arid land contiguous to forests Is
rendered productive by Irrigation from
streams having their source In the ac
cumulated snows on the mountains,
while In more favored sections, where
the rainfall is all-sufficient for agricul
tural purposes, they afford the greatest
protection from floods. The destruc
tion of large foreat tracts is therefore
a matter In which all communities
should have a concern. Probably no
State In the Union has more and better
forestry laws than Colorado, and In no
other State are such laws better en
forced. Severe penalties are enforced
for the violation of the laws relating
to the making and extinguishing of
fires In forests, and wardens appointed
by the State patrol their districts with
regularity and vigilance. It has been
suggested that the Government should
assume general authority over forests
and appoint wardens to enforce lawa
to be enacted by Congress for their
preservation, but the States can do this
work as well as the general govern
ment if tbey will enact suitable lews
and rigidly enforce them. One of the
best snggeatlons for the prevention of
forest conflagrations provides for the
subdivision of large forest tracts by
Are guards, so that a Sre starting In
one section or dirision could be con
fined to that area. With proper legisla
tion by the States having large forest
areas and a sufficient number of forest
wardens to enforce the law, the tre
mendous loss of life and property now
of annual occurrence fronr-foreet .fi res
can be greatly reduced, if not wholly
The Preach an is Bammed Up
The typical Frenchman Is at once the
most clear-beaded of men and the wild
est of foola The best of mathemati
cians, he is the worst of logicians. Be
exalts morality and then airily ignores
it He is capable of the highest gener
osity and the meanest spirit. Be lores
bis wife and family, yet con tracts
1'unioa liberate. He is full of wit and
devoid of humor. He makes the best
or tbe poorest soldier in the world. He
will change bis form of government
for s song, upset the constitution for a
man wbo looks well on horseback, and
raise the red flag of revolution for a
harlot Memphis Commercial' Appeal
Rasetaat Geld Prod acre
Russia ranks fourth among the gold
producing eesntrles of the world, wltfi
an annua! eatput of abowt gd,000,000.
Gratltwa hi aerer original; make a
man a press at of any kind oa aay 00
rasloo, and ha fays the same thing la
HATS OF LATE MODE
STYLES IN MILLINERY FOR THE
Wonca Arf Uotiont'i Against
Great i eoicisiiy in He idarear Better
lie r-k ii'py .in to ' umber of Gown
Variety of I'raiicna 1'ictared.
Gl'I protests from
Koiie-n no did not !
like the bulky t.njucs
offered in the early
f ill have Lad lint
siilit effect. At ti.e
ln-Kinniui.' of the sea- ,
son tlie small but'
seemed t- t'C a thing
of the pat. Tur
l.'Ctn di served the
Hume and n sctuLled
the fat rolls the
Turk dcl-his to set
r.!0ii his head. This .
condition has chang
ed I'tit little, thonith !
t i.,., it. ...... ..,..,. '
something s little
like the close and
jiiutily small hat so
dear to the heart and
satisfactory to the
heads of many women. Plainly this con
cession is begrudged, for thet late arriv
als are not in great variety. Vet there Is
good hope of a satisfying choice. Some
of the prettiest are made of a rough felt'
The brim stands np square, hilling the
crown, and rijtht in front, or a little to one
side, the brim rises to a auuey point that
forma backing for an aigrette) pompon or
a little fur head and s bunch of tails. Such
hats are nuitahle for all tailor use, and are
even pretty with more elaborate costumes. ;
The one sketched here was brow n felt, tbe
pompon was of a bit lighter brown and
the aigrette was white.
The hat In greatest demand, naturally,
Is the one capable of all aronnd usefulness.
That is neither very small nor extremely
large, and as this season's sizes are al
most all moderate, the range of choice Is
nearly unlimited. But women who strive
to make a good showing on a small outlay,
and that means ninetv-uiue per cent of all,
should beware of too great economy in
headgear. It is much better, on the other
hsnd, to let tbe wsrdrotte be slightly
skimpy as to gow ns.
There is no end of styles to choose from.
There sre those with wide upstanding
brim over which bangs a lot of tips of
plumes. The rest of the plumes sre
bunched back of the brim, and in a high
wind all tbe tips stand straight np, sug-1
gesting an ostrich farm in a cyclone. Oth
er great rolls of velvet spread down on a
wide brim and sbadowt tbe eyes, w bile s
big pompon seems to bold the besvier
folds In plsee. Black, violet snd green
sre fssbionsble colors. Violet in severs!
shades is especislly s favorite. The rem
brsndt bst, the Napoleon and tbe flared
leghorn sbspe sre all shown. One low
crowned silk felt n wrapped about with
s great cock's feather bos. and tbe end
of tbe boa csrae down at tbe bsck snd
passed about the throat, while st one side
f tbe hat a delicate lace scarf was wired
high at one end, the other end falling over
the side of tbe bat to meet, the feathers
under tbe chin. Such a bat is romantic
is effect, besides being picturesque.
Now thst bsts are drooping with all tbe
grace of a leghorn, thst tbe hsir aweepa
A SOM AWTIC KODSX.
low about tbe temples sod ears, sod that
tbe throat is ho ill up high or muffled in
tbe fluff of the feather boa. it really seems
aa if all a girl needs to seem pretty is a
pair of lovely eyes. Plume trimming is
specially auitable to the romantic hat
Tbe one of this third picture was a low
crowned hat of tbe cavalier variety. Its
brim was turned up high at tbe right side,
and on the very edge of this the quills of
s psir of enormous plumes, were secured
itider a big bunch of yellow primroses.
1'rom here tbe plumes swept, one each
vsy, aroandetie hat the tips curling way
10 tbe further side. The plumes were
Cray, the bat Itself a sbsde of yellow Jest
darker than the primroses, so the color
ffer t was ss dainty as the Hues of the
bat were graceful
I K wl, zr
The plume trimmed hat la sure to soften
the lines of the fai-e. A youthful fs be
comes almost infantile, and an older far
"loses good fi" years," an the ssying is.
Be careful a boat an all-black hat, it is
likely to harden the coloring of the akin
The campaign form of walking hat la
' &"in through similsr aeries of modifi
cations 10 inowe mat nave in many cases
so effectually dingniiied the sailor bat. At
firnt it was perfectly plain, but in this
form it baa grown o common that it is no
; 1 . n v '
A D1SOU1SED CAMPAJOS BAT.
longer pretty for the exclusive miss. Even
the later trimmed campaign hat is now so
usual that extreme care must be taken in
its selection if it is to make the finish for
a well-planned costume. All sorts of elab
orate bows are being invented for trim
ming the walking hat. Among the newest
is a bow of many ends, which is made of
black latin ribbon that is still edged with
a tiny plaid liberty silk pulling. The re
sult is very gay and new. The last of
these pictures shows a walking hat thus
trimmed. In general, tbe shape of the
wslking bat is a little modified from the
strict lines of the manly bat worn Inst
season. Anything to get a war from the
mode of the million is the wish of the ex
ecutives and tlie res son for this change.
In tlie season's ne' tricks with feathers
liea a source of danger to purchasers. The
eoque feathers that arc curved prettily
are stiffer than they lHk. and as their
curves are often accomplished sfter pluck
ing, a good many are defective. So If
these feathers do not spring back stiffly
when partly straightened out with the
hand, examine them closely to see if a
break is not poorly concealed. The same
is true of wings, too, w hich sre often be
side feathers tbst eonld not possibly have
been taken from the wings' first owner.
With plumes It should be remembered
thst those which towered hsndsomely
over Isst winter's hat may be applied this
yesr, the main point being that tbe feath
ers should lie nearly fiat upon the brim in
stead of rising high above it.
, Copyright. ISM.
The new silk petticoat which can have
any place among tbe new fashions musi
be fitted as carefully as tbe skirt which
covers it, made almost ss loog snd quits
plain about the hips.
Popular for trimmings are of sable.
Blink or marten tails banging like deep
fringe from yokes or square aallor-sbaped
collars of Lyons velvet overlsid with silk
cord snd bead appliques.
Red, in the sew sbsds which has a very
pinky tinge, is very much tbe fssblon. It
is something between a scarlet sod a crim
son, and cloth gowns is this tint, with
plain stitching far trimming, are very
Tbe oew vlcnnas a id French tamel's
hair goods are very handsome, and tbns
far some of tbe smartest taller gowns
bsve been made f these fabrics. While
warm la qoality, these goods are reessrb
Tbe cloths largely used for fashionable
cloaks are Lyons velvets, satin mste
Issses, silk sesl plush in four different
grade, each forty-eight inches wide, and
Velours du Nord in sli different qualities,
thirty-two inches wide.
Rhinestone buttons, Isrge snd small, ap
pear on mrny pretty frocks, cot steel or
namenta, a large plaia crystsl bntton: snd
there is nothing prettier tbss tht plain
crystal button which has no ornamenta
tion. Small crystsl buttons are also used.
Oeaesle of th Hide kad lie.
Home nglle brsln centuries ago de
rised tbe aide saddle for s l ime p Im-ess
who could not ride astride as oilier
women d d In tuoo charmii g days. In
cidentally, llils shows that tbe modern
practice among women of silting on
both sides of the borse Is not modern
t all. r"lrst came tbe additional pom
mel, and then, only sixty or seventy
years ago, tbe third pommel. An En
glishman who had bet tbst he could
ride a steeplechase on a slds ssddle
found himself compelled, for aafety, to
add another pommel. Many English
women of tbla day use two saddlea.
ml alt alternately oa tbe right and left
sides of th. borse. I
SI 1 bi 1 ' I'
ll g certainly true mat aa deeply Im
bedded as the sciatic nerve is. St Ja
cobs Oil wltl get dews te It snd care it
It Is s proof ef bow penetrating and eaV
eaclous are its curative powers.
. Lars ef kmime leeik
Aay one wbe has been obliged t
wear a "plate" will recognize the pe
culiar tenderness which grsdually af
facta the sound teeth coming in con
tact with it. This corrosion may 1
prevented, say dental authorities, ii
the teeth art ocsslouially brushed with
baking soda or baking powder, and
then thoroughly rinsed.
For com j ie;r ,.m .'! p.-'irs. given free
to users of I'iami tid "C" Nap, write
1 tudahy Pack'- v- ''h Unatia,tn.
iew Way to 1'ret.rrve Hdie.
A Neapolitan physician has Intro
duced a new system of preserving
bodies from corruption. He simpSj
gives the body a scries of bait he la
liquid which prevents decoiupoHJtlon
for an indefinite period. l"or anatomi
cal purposes the body may be made to
resume its primary frvshness, but if
the bnth treatment Is sufficiently In
dulged in the subject atitalns the den
sity and consistency of marble, and
gives forth a metallic ring wtwn touch
ed with metal. Though the sole Inten
tion of the inventor was to preserve
subjects for the dissecting-room, rt Is
believed that his process may super
sede refrigeration la cases of long trail
tft of carcasses of beeata
Print In Latin.
According to a apecl.il dispatch to th
Chicago Inter Ocean, the newspaper El
Norceste, ef La Crouna, the most im
portant Journal published In that dis
trict. Is printing Its leading articles it
Latin in order te evade the censo renin.
I believe Plao'a Core is the only inidl
cine that will enrs consumption. A nna
hi. Ross, WUIiamsport, fa. hov. 12, 'bo.
Whole wheat gems are always an ao
oepUbie addition to th autumnal
breakfast To make them, mix togeth
er two cups of whole wheat flour, one
half teaapoonful of salt, ar.d one uble-
ipooofol of sugar. Beat tht yolks of
two eggs uatll lemon-colored snd
thick, and tbe whites until stiff. Add
one cup of milk to tbe beaten yolks,
and then a cup ef water. Stir this late
the dry mixture. Add tbe whipped
whites, stirring carefully, so as not to
break the Bush, and bake in hissing
hot gem pans thlrtv rn'- e.
Hake It a Point
'o Get the Beet Every Time, When
You Buf Medicine.
Health ia too valuable to be trifled with,
'o not exix-riment. (J t Hood's Sarsapa
ilia and jou will bate the best tuedicine
nuiiej can buy the medicine that cures
then ail others fail. You have every rea
wu to expect it will do for yuu what it has
louc for others. Iteiin-niber
Is America's Greatest Medicine. Price tl.
Hood's PHIS Ute !voriu- coLhartio. ta
C, rape v .. t u
Wash six pounds of grapes, drain on
a napkin, remove from stems, pbtce In
a preserve kettle and timsli with s
wooden masher, so It will uot U- ueces
ary to add any water for cookli g. Boll
oft and strain through a fliit sieve,
lieturn to preserve kettle, add one pint
vinegar, three pounds of sugar, ont
tablespoonful each of mace sud etovea.
Boil slowly twenty minutes and seal
The Jerusalem orTo-Dar.
The present population of lenisa'ero
11 not far from -0,'itiu, and more than
half are Jews The, live in a separate
quarter ot their own, as do also the
tarious divisions of Chris: inns, as the
Armenians, the Greek nud Protest-
nta. All these t uarters are densely
ii lit, with narrow and irrerular lassf
lor streets, b t tbe prevailing pros
!rliy does not seem to rea h the
t nodes of the Hebrews
I be indication are ail of eitreme
povertf. A synagogue w,i po tubed
ut lea ring an inscription showing
that it was the gl;t of a Paris Roth
child: b 1 its mean appearance and
nattractire sorro ndtngs bore an
suftesttoa of Tit leal re&nensent la
the ceagregatlon The articles ot
food est oat for sale.ln ibs petty litt c
shops war often squalid aod re
We came ss often upon spoiled salt
ash ameag the stores exposed by tht
vsooers that we aaacJoded It mast
lora a regoiar sieeaeni. or diet la tbt
afters. There was ao vUlbis thro
r tMuatf r by which. the people might
an thatr Urtag; aad ao one need bt
sunrise te loara that In varioua
aarv af Isst world, tbs well to -de and
shavltahM Jews are regularly called
Kb cMWlouha to the 1 ipport 01
paoaar svethrea la Jerusalem.
-&vim i. Dbm la MoClaro-t
Idrth, vha m I years old, was lo
nted ha a ohlldrea't party. Bet
aloado hair k parfootlr ttalgbl hat
wMhaeanlagly arranged, and ah
Unai aT ? ideally well pleated with
or psyaaaai tppsswaaee. Oa her re
tara hoi aaothsr asked, "tMj yov
have a aha Mrne, Kdlthf"
Taeaataaa aunaoot't hasjtatloo
aad ties the Uutioglrl rospoavled
-Yea, 1 ltd a apod tyjf hat fiaoubt
k tufig tetter cj a Tl baJ.'i
woa far glair "
WbHltB, what waa wrong wltl
WoU, It doo't eurl, and all tlx
other grrV hair was kinky. I aha'ii'
go to aaotter party without my haii
an oa fgsjln kinks, n
The no work, when another In
vttetloa eoao for the I ttle girl, he
hair was oirled and fluffed oat 10 11
bmsH appoved style. Then be
Mtoor led bar a to mirror an.
(hid. "Thva, Edith, what do yoi
tbiak of ItT
Edith retarded herself- soberly f
aoooieotind tboa. turning slow.t
iriBH oh) eaid, "Ifi ralB, tmti
Thee Grateful Women Who Hart
Been Helped by lira. Plnkham.
Women who have suffered severely
and been relieved of their ills by Mrs
Ptnkham's advice and medicine ars
constantly urging- publication of thels
Statements for the benefit of other wo
men. Here are two rnich letters:
Mrs. Lizzie lirvjcnxv, ?r.S Alerrimaa
St., Lowell, M-isa., writes:
' It affords me great pleasure to let
all suffering n omen of the ltenefit I ha"
reoelved from taking Eydia E. Pick
heJl's Vegetable Compound. I can ha-
If Ind words to ex press my gratitude V
jrliat hhe I1&1 done forme. My troiil
was ulceration of the womb. I was
d.:r the doctor's care, I pon emia
tion he found fiftcin very larjrt.-ileera,
but lie fuiiod to do me e-o-d. I ter h sew-i-ral
Wiesof Lydia K. l':u:bamJ Vege
table Compound, also UM-d the Kntiv
Wiudi, and am cured. Mrs. Pink em's
medicine 6vel my life, and I wcntld
recommend it to all suffering; women."
Mrs. Amos Tuomblea V, tllenburgh
Ctr., N. Y.. writes:
"1 took cold ot the time my baby
was born, causing1 ma to have milk
lec;9, and was sick in bed for eight
weeks. Doctors did me no good, I
surely thought I would die. 1 was al
so troubled with falling of the womb.
I could not est, had faint spells as
often as ten times a day. One day a
lady came to see me and told rue of tho
benefit she bad derived from taking
Lydia . Finkham's medicine, and ad
vised me to try it I did so, and had
taken only half a bottle before I was
able to alt in a chair. After taking
three bottles I could do my own work.
I am now in perfect health."
An Irish foldier, who had been hauled
over the coals several times, for imagin
ary offences, br a petty officer, stepped
from the ranks one day while the regi
ment was at drill snd aduiing, said,
Sergeant, if I were to call you the
squint eye'd son of a bloated race, whl
would I get? "
' Hiz months, you scoundrel," said
"And if I were only to think It, whel
wonld I gel T"
"0 1, ee could do nothing with you
"Well, said Pat, "beaorra I think it."
To Care a Cold in One Dor
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggiata refund tlx- money if it fails
to cure. 2T The genuine baa L. B. Q.
00 each tablet.
In Winter Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken in'0 tbe shoes.
Doiing winter your feet feel nn comfort
able, nervom and cf'en c tid snd damp,
Ii y m have persj iring, smarting feet 01
tight shews, try ALLEN'S KOOT-EASE.
It warms and reels the feet and makes
Hal King eaLy. Cur .-a swollen and sweat
ing feet. Misters and cal out spots. Rt
iieves coma and buaons of al! pain and
is a certain cure lor Cbiitdtius and
Frost-bites. Tiy it today. Hold by all
drug.iste and shoo (-torei) for 1'oc. Trial
l acae mailed KKEE. Address, Alles
6. Olmatead, I-e It -v, f. V.
Save tbe wrappers around Diamond
'C" Soap. They nre wfith money.
TIE EXUUENCE OF SYIUP Cf FKS
la due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it Is
manofactureti by acientinc processes
known to tbe Cauroaaia F10 Sraup
Oo. only, and we wash to impress upon
all the importer ee of purchasing the
tree and original remedy. Aa the
genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured
hy the CaueoMaiA Tta Smvr Oo.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
oeajet owe In aroidtng the worthless
badtatioas mannfactared by other par
Moa. The high standing of tlie Cau
roaau Fis totttvr Oo. with tbe modt
eal asvfessioa, and the sat i start km
whleh the geantoe flyrep of Figs has
lrea to millkme of Tnnllrts. makes
the name of the Ouanpaay a guaranty
of the esMlUac. of ha remedy. It is
sr U adraaee of all other laaatires,
as It sets oa tho kklneya, liver and
howela withmst Irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not grips nor
naasaate. Ia order to get its beneficial
Mtecu, please remember the name of
CAUFOXKU HG SYRUP CO.
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