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return from hla vllt te the
Rev. T. lie Witt Talma
wm greeted by a large oonfreffatlba the
rat Meaday that he preached la the
Moklya Academy of Mualo. The
iBjeet of his dlaoourae wee, 'The
the Wall." Dr. Tal-
Btege.. took far hla teat Jaahua
'pi tif' .VAa the youag, men that
hjaMjparea went la and brought eut
1aaah,-aad her. father, aad her mether,
.aad all that she had." lie Midi
, When only few week ago 1 vlalted
fewhoflnald, Can It be, possible that
th4 dilapidated place U the Jericho that
Mark Antony gave m a wedding preeent
te Cleopatra? Where are the groves of
' palm trees?. Where are Herod's pelaoee
that once stood hero? Whore la the
great theater from tajlajroofwhloh
ftalome.toty the peeete teuTMfaaV.WM
dead? Where U the aveamore tree
the llaih of which Keeoheua Mt whe
Jew paAftod this plaoer Where la th
wrack af the walla taat'lvilat the blow
lag ef the ram' bornt Bat the fact
that all 'these had disappeared did aot
blade me from aeetag talneflaattoa
theaauuhef every thlngvoa the fated
day, save one houao eethewalL1 That
aoeae centuries ago cornea back to me m
though It were yesterday. '
There la a very alek and aad house fa
the elty of i Jerlehe. What la the mat
ter?;!; It .poverty? Kat Wane than
that fait leprosy? 'No, Worn than
that. la It death? No. Worse than
that A daughter hM foraekea horrie.
fy what infernal plet aha WMladaeed
to leave I know not, but they look la
vale for her,rolura. lrJewetlmM,they
hear a fooUtep very much ke bar aad
they start up aad My: "Hhe wmteV'but
oaly toaiak back Agala Into dlMhj6tni
meat. A1MI AImI, The father aite by
tha hour, with hla faoa la hla hand,
Mvieg not one word. The mother'a hair
la becoming gray too (Mt aad aha la be
glaalng to stoop ao that them who Mw
hor a little while ago la the atreet know
her not now aa ahe, peaaoe. 'The brothera
ellach their flsta, swearing vengeance
agalast the deapollor of their home,
AUal will tho poor aoal aever come
There Is a leag, sleep aadew over all
the houaohekL rAdded to thU there la
aatavading araiyalii mtlea away, itiat
over tho river, eomlag on to deatroy tha
cuyjaae wnat with theloaa of their I
ekUd and the coming oaof.thatsjafueyMhedly Into ala, aad all the doors an.
Ira army, I think the old people wlal
that they could die. That la the flrat
eeeae In thla drama of the Illble.
fa-ia houM oa tha wall of the
elty la that daughter. That la I
herlolae bow. Twotaplae kayeloomal
nwm fnv iiiTaing army io IOOK
aroaast through Jericho and are how
beet it-may ha Ukea. Yonder la the
leatehlld, la that dwelling oa the wall
of tha city. Tha police hear of It, aad
aooa there la tha ahuflllng of feet all
araaad about tha door, aad the city
gevetahteat demaada the aurrender of
thhM t wo aplea. Flrat, Rahab-for that
WM,.tae aaaa of tha lost ohlld-flrat,
Rehab aeeretM tha two apteaaad geU
their fkraahrs of tha tracht but after
awhile aha Mya to them: "I will make a
bargalBtWith you. I will 'Mve your life
If job will Mya my life, aad the life of
y father and my mother, and my broth
ere aad, my alatera, whea the vlotorloua
army ombm upea theelty." O, ahe had
aot tlorgattaa her heme'- yet, you eee.
Tha waaderer aever fergeta heme. Hor
hMrtbreaka bow m ahe thlnka of how
aha hi maltreated her parenU. and aha
wtahtiahe wera hack With them again,
aad ah wlahM aha could get away from
her elaful eathrallmeat; aad aometlmea
aha loeka up la tha faoa af tha midnight,
buraag Into agoalalag tears. No sooner
havethaM twa bmm arouilaed to un
her Ufa had the life ef her father aad
another aad brothera aad alstera tbaa
Rahaa),takea a acarlet, cord and
Ilea , It around tha body of one
of tha aplea, briaga him to
tha wlBdow and m he clambers out
aervoaa leat ahe have aot strength to
hold him with muscular arms, auch aa
womaa eeldom baa, alto Iota him down,
haad ever hand, In Mfety to tho ground.
Not betag exhausted ahe tlea tho cord
around tho other spy, brings him to tho
window, aad just an mitvesafully lots
him dbwa to the ground. No sooner
iave theM men untied tho acarlet cord
rom their bodies than they look up and
"You had better got all your f rlenda
la tbtahoaae your father; your mother,
your brother aad your altlerl You had
better get them In thla house. And
then, after you have them bore, take
thla red cord whloh you have put around
, our bodies and tin It aeruae the window;
" and whea 'our vlotorloua army comes up
and aees that scarlet thread In tho win.
dow, the will aparo thla house and all
who are la It" ''Shall bo ao?" cried
the aplea. "Aye,'aye, Mid Uaheb from
the window, "It ahall be so," That Is
tha second aceno la thla Illble drama.
There la a knock at the door of tho old
U ;-Bta. ille'looks up, aad mvu: "Come
1 la," aad lot there la Rahab, the lent
i- ehtld;hut ahe hha ao time to Ulk. They
pwn nxcitenieBt arounu ner, aad
vyawnwuiroi "ifet ready uuleklv.
(. aadgwUh,metomyhouae. The army
st. MouraiiHi abo iniRiM)ii msko nuun
AVFlyl The enemy!" lhat la the third
Hm ..... aiwiii tin auais
ii are ail around about the
elty of Jericho. Cnwhl aoea
ft mm gTMit metropolis, neaps on beape.
Va aa . n . v
, atr aunwauni witN tan USt, UBU
Jfcartthle with the Mreama of a dyiag
';tty. :A11 tha houses Rat dewa. All the
-AvBiaaala died Ah, ao, aet Ob a crM of
ilaa wajlthe oaly aleMof the wall left
aBdkag there la a boum
pmmi "tar. 'There la a (am
r, -aUt have baaB aparad. Wh i
;ji ! wtn mwmrwm. via arst taavr
KMtmmiai eee. avaaaa, aar lawer,
imimtortWto&fl " ftMera,
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taaafe,aMIMleaJybeuM laft ataad-
'aw aa. MiBBpaHaV ffaw Mvea taem?
Mi it waa built la the neat Berlleae
Bleoe-oB the wall) aad the well wm
the lint thief that fill. Wm
tbaoaMehereaerMterwM aa? better
than aay ef the ether aoauletloa of the
cltjT o, ae. Why, then, wm ahe
pared and all her houMbold? Caa you
tell aie why? 0, It wm the acarlet llae
la the window.
My frleade, there are foe coming up
oa ua, mere deadly and more tremen
dous, to overthrow ourlmmortal interest.
They will trample aa down and crush ua
out forever, unlete there be aone aklll
ful mode of rescue open. The police of
death already begin to clamor for our
surrender) but, blessed bo (tad, there la
a way out. It la through the window,
aad by a' rope ao Mturated with the
blood ef the eroea that It la aa red M
that with which the aplea were lowered;
and if once our eoula ahall be delivered,
then, the acarlet cord atrotched acroM
the wlrjdow of .our encape, we may defy
all bombardment, earthly and Mataatc.
la the flrat place, carrying; out the
Idea of my text, we mutt stretch thla
acarlet cord aoroaa thev window of our
rescue. There cornea a time whea a man
la aurrounded. What la that (a the front
door of hla soul? It la the threatening
of the future. What la that In the back
door of hla aoul? His the slhs of the
pMt Ho nan nut ret out of either of
w doorways. If ho attempt It he
I bo out to piece. What ahall he do?
Wai down on a alendor thread. And
aV my friends, we go easily and una-
Bwriii imj nut u Dieccs. miaiMimi hfi7 i
laadTlopnn; but if we get out at all It will bo
by being let down over precipice, wrlr
gllng and helpleaa, tho atronggrlpalmvo
keeping ua from being dashed to pieces
on the rocks beneath. It la easy to get
Into ala, young man. It la not so easy
to get out of It'
A young man goea to the marble coun
ter of a hotol. He mUs for a brandy
amMh called ao, I suppose, lieeauae It
amaahM the man that taken It, There la,
ao Intoiloatlon la It Aa tho young man
recelvM It he doea not Mam to be at all
exeltod. It doea not give any gloaslauM
to the eye. He walks home In beautl.
ful apparol, aad all hla prospect ant
brilliant That drink la not going to
deatroy him, but It la the drat step on a
bad road. Year have passed on, and I
aee that young man after he has gone the
whole length of dissipation. It la mid
night and he la In a hotel perhaps the
delirium Is oa him.' He rbwa from the
bed aad cornea to the window and It la
OMlly lifted; ao he lifts It Then he
pushee bach the blinds and puts his foot
oa tha window alll. Then hn given one
eprlag, and tha watchman finds hladls
igured body, unrecognisable, on tho
Rvemant O, If bo had only waited a
tie If he had come down on tho sosr
let ladder that Jeaua holds from the
wall for him, aad for you, and for me;
butno, he made oae Jump and was gone.
And whea I aee tho temptations that
are about ua la all countries, and when
I hnow the proclivities to sin that am In
every man'a heart, 1 aee that It any of
ua escape It wll I be a very narrow escape.
O, it we have, my friends, got oil from
our aln, let ua tie the acarlet thread by
whloh wo have beea saved across the
window. Lot us do It In praise of Him
whose blood dyed It that color. Let It
bo la announcement of tho fact that we
ahall no more Ini fatally assaulted.
Htlll further, we must take this ml
cord of the text and stretch It aero, the
window of our households. When the
Israolltlsh army oamn up against .1crl
uho, they Mid: "What I that In the
window?" Home ono Mid: "That U a
acarlet line." "," Mid some one elite,
"that must bo the house that was to ho
spared. Don't touch It" That linn waal
thick enough to navo Itahab, hor father,
her mother, her brother and hor sister
tho entire family. Have our house
hold a good protection? You have
bolts on tho front door, and on tho hack,
and fastenings on thn window, and per
haps burglar alarms, and perhaps an
especial watchman blowing hi whistle
at midnight before your dwelling; but
all that ean nut protect your household,
la there on our house the alga of a
Saviour's aaorlNee and mercy? la
there a acarlet llae la the window?
Ilavo your children been consecrated to
Chrlat? Have you beea washed In tho
blood of the atonement? In what room
do you have family prayers? Show ma
where you have beea accustomed to
kneel. Tha aky la black with thn com
ing deluge. la your family (aside or
outside of the ark? It U a ad thing for
a man te reject Christ, but to Ho down in
the night of ala, acroM the path to
Heaven, ao that hla family come up aad
trip over hlm-that la teniae
It la a aad thing for a mother to reject
Chrlat but to gather her family around
her aad thea Uke them by the haad aad
leaa them out lata the patha ef wer ldll
aee. away from God aad llMvea, bIm!
alMt There may be geraatum aadcactua
la that family window aad uaaelatery
aavarlagevaf It aad ehlMUa faoM leek,
tog out af It but there la aa amulet
thread stretched aeraaa It Although
that boum may aeem to be aa
the bAt atreet In all tha Jowa
or elty It la really oa tha ee
of a marsh acroM which aweea moa.t
poMoaoaa maUriaa, aad It hM a Mndy
fouadatloB aad It ealeador will come
dowa aad great will be the fall ef it A
home without Ood. A prayorloM
laiaori via undevout mother! Awfull
awfull Will you keep on, my brother,
on the wrong road, and take your loved
one with you? Time la ao ahort that
we caa not waate any of It on apologlea,
er Indirections, or circumlocution. You
owe to your children, O father, O
mother, more than fond, more than
clothing, more than shelter you owo
them the example ef a prayerful, conse
crated, pronounced, out and out Chris
tian life. You caa not afford to keep It
away from them.
Now, aa I atand 'here, you do not see
any hand outstretched toward me, and
yet thero aro hand on my brow and
hand on both my shoulders. They aro
hand of parental benediction. It la
quite a good many yearn ago now ninco
we folded those handa a they began tho
lMt sleep on tho bank of tho Karltan
in tho village cemetery; but thorn hands
am atrotohed out toward mo to-day, and
they are Just as warm and they aro
Just aa gontln as when I sat on her kneo
at five years of age. And I shall nuver
ahnko off those hand. I do not wnnt to.
hoy have helped m ao much a thou-
nd timo already, and I do not expect
nave a trouble or trial between thla
I my grave where thosn hands will
. help me. It was not a vnrv solendld
me a thn world call It: but wo had a
mlly Hllilo there, well worn by tender
trusul; and thorn was a family altar
ere, where wo knelt morning and
ght; and thorn was a holy Sabbath
ere; and strntched In a straight lino or
ng In loop or festoons, thero waa a
arlet lino In tho window.
tho tender, precious, blessed mom
of a Christian homo! Is that the
pmnalon you are making unon vour
lldren? When you are dead-end It
I not bo long boforo you are when
I aro dead, will your child say: "If
ro ever was a good Christian father
ne was one. If thero over was a good
Istlan mother, mine wm one?"
till further: Wo want this acarlet
of tho text drawn across tho win
of our prospect. 1 Hen Itahab and
father and her mother, and her
theM and sister looklngoutover Jer-
i, thn city of palm tree, and acroa
river, and over at tho army Invad
and then up to tho mountain and
aky. Mind you, this house was on
wall, and I suppose the prospect
i thn window must havo boon very
Uealdea that, I do not think
tho acarlet line at all Inter
fered with thn view of thn land
scape. The asuranco It gave of safety
must havo added to the beauty of tho
country. To-day, my friends, we sit In
thn window of earthly prospect and we
look off toward the hllla of Hoavea
and tho landscape of eternal beauty.
God haa opened tho window for ua and
we look out We now only get a dim
outline of the Inhabitant. Wo now
only hern and there eatch a note of tha
Hut blessed be God for thla scarlet
lino in tho window. That tells me that
tho blood of Christ bought that home
for a aoul, and I ahall go there whea my
work la done. And a I put my hand on
that scarlet lino every thing In the
future brightens. My eyesight geU bet
ter, and thn robes of the victors
aro morn lustrous, and our loved
onea who went away eoroe time
ago they do not stand any
mom with their backs to us; but their
faces aro this way and their voices drop
through thla Habbath air, Mylng, with
all teaderncM aad sweetness: "Comet
Come! Come!" And the child that you
think of m burled why, there she la,
and it la May day In Heaven: and they
gather the amaranth, and they pluck
the lilies, and they twist them Into a
garland for her brow, and ahe la ono of
tho May quuona of Heaven. 0 do you
think they could aee our waving to-day?
If from this window of earthly pros
pects wn can almost see them, then from
their towers of light I think they can
fully seo us. And ao I wavo them the
glory, and 1 wavn them tho Joy, and I
say: "Have you got through with all
your troubles?" and their voices answer
"God bath wiped away all tears from
our eyes." 1 say: "Is It aa grand up
there ns you thought It would be?" and
tho voices answer: "Ky bath not seen
nor ear heard, neither hath It entered
Into tho heart of man thn thing which
tied bath prepared tor those who lovo
Him." I say: "Do you have any more
strupitto for bread?" nod they answer:
"Wu hunger no' more." And I My:
"Ilavo you lieen out to tho cemetery of
tho golden city?" and they answer:
"Thero is no death hem." And 1
look out through tho heavens, and
I say: "Where do you got your
lights from nights, and what do
you burn In tho temple?" and they
answer: "Them U no night hem, and
we have no need of candle or of atar."
And I say: "Whixt book do you sing out
ot?" and they answer: "The Hallelujah
Chorus." And I My: "In tho aplendor
and magnltlccnco ot the city, don't you
over got lost?" and they answer: "The
Lamb which Isln the midst of tho throne
leadeth us to living fountains of water."
O, how wear they eom. Their wing
do you not hear them? And all that1
through tho window of our earthly proa
pects, aero which stratchve the acarlet
line. He that my choice color fcever.
la it too glaring tor you? Da you Ilka
the blue because It mmlada you of the
sky, or the green because It make
you think of the foliage, or the
black because It hM la it the ahadew
of thenlght? I uho the acarlet becanM
It shall make me think ot tha price
that waa paid for my aoul. K the
blood! the blood! the blood ot the Lamb
Tor a mhm mmIb. ! tk kl
ef an egg aad a taWespooafal each of
vinegar aad spirit af turpeatlae. Pat
an la a bottle, ahaka it thareaghly,
ttien hatha the sprala eftea, heglanlng
m tfooa m BOMlble after tha aceldeat
-IfcBedlaB Oat Cake: Two egga aad
one teMpoeaful of wit well beetea, aad
three cap of aour cream; thlckea to a
batter with oat meal la which aae aad
one-half teaspoonful of aodahave beea
mixed, drop into a hot buttered bread
pan and hake quickly for gfteea or
twenty minutes; to be eaten hot House
hold. Apple Tart: Line round pattle
win, i-kt, m vBcn una piacn tnn nan or
a tart nenlrd innl fna nnl tha ..
aro sum bake quickly), a tablcspoonful
oi swoot cream, nuiier tiae or a btckory
nut, tablespoonf ul of sugar and a pinch
of nutmeg. Put core side of apple down,
ml siitrar. ntt,.. nn inn Itnbn until k
tpple am aoft Albany Journal.
.lolly from Applo I'arlnga: Take the
parings, cover with water, lot thorn boll
tin mo nuotunnoo in out oi mem; strain
through a fine sieve; place thn Hquld in
a pan, boil until reduced ono-half, then
ndd sugar enough to make a jelly, add
julcnof lemon to one quart of Jolly, or
without lemon If apples aro tart, put up
In Jelly glstse nlco for Jelly cake.
Tim only mndloino a man needs 1
the right kind of food, prepared In thn
proper wny, partaken of at tho right
timcVhd in necessary quantities. It is
because these and other physiological
rules ore notobserved that naturo rebel
(get sick), under which circumstance
man, Instead of stopping hi faults and
correcting them, resort to drugs, which
aro not food, but poison.
Citron 1'uddlng: Mlxono-half plntof
cream or rich milk with a tablospoonful
of flour until they aro perfectly smooth,
then add two ounces of flno sugar, a lit
tle grated nutmeg and three woll-beaton
eggs, tho white and yelka separately;
when thoroughly Incorporated, add two
ounces of citron cut In slips dredged
with flour. Tour the mixture Into
molds and bakn fifteen minutes In a
quick ovnn. Mend to the tablo hot
French Cabbage: Holt thn cabbage
in salted water twonty minutes; then
substitute milk, and allow to boll ten or
fifteen minutes longer; then drain In a
colander; place It on a chopping board,
sprinkle well with flour, and chop quite
tine; put a large spoonful of butter Into
a saucepan, and, as It molts, add thn
rabhairo, stir It and let It heat up thor
oughly for Ave minutes, and nerve with
a slice of lemon on top. HoUon, Hurald.
Htaroh Polish: Pour on quart of
boiling water over a pound of gum
arabic, stir and soak until tho gum Is
dissolved, then strain through a lino
cloth and bottle for use. Add ono tablo
apoonful of this to each pint of starch.
Hcothat your Iroaa are perfectly atnooth
and free from rust, and tho polishing
Iron In good condition and uaed rapidly
over tho Unon. Juat before using the
pollahlng-lron moisten the collare and
cuffs with a very weak solution of thi
gum-arabto water. After a little prac
tice you will bo able to got a perfect
A GOOD OOQ STORY.
A IUmIsiIm) mt Old tmys Whs
It happened In thn oldcrlnollno daya.
My aunt, who was then living In a
country town, had gonn out shopping
ono morning and was standing In thn
High street, talking to a lady frlond, m
Mrs. Gum worthy, the doctor's wife. .She,
my aunt had on a nnw crinoline that
morning, In which, to us her owaexpms
alon, aho rathor fancied beraelf. It wm
a tremendously big one, aa stiff as a
wire fence. It set beautifully. They
wore standing In front ot Jonklna, the
draper's; and my aunt thinks that It (the
crinoline) must have got caught up la
something, and an opening thus left
between It and the ground. However
thla may be, certain It la that an
absurdly large and powerful bulldog,
who wm fooling round about there at
tho time, maaaged, somehow or other to
squirm la uadermy aunt's criaollae'aad
effectually Imprison himself beneath It
Finding himself suddenly la a dark and
gloomy chamber the dog, naturally
enough, got frightened and made frantlo
rushes to get out Hut whichever way
bo charged there wm the crlnollno la
front of him. A he flew he, ot course,
carried it boforo him, and with the crino
line, ot course, went my aunt Hut no
body hnew tho explanation. My
aunt herself did not know what
had hapiH'nrd. Noliody had seen
tho dog creep Inside tho crinoline.
All the people did see wa u staid and
eminently respectable middle-aged lady,
suddenly, and without any apparent ma
son, throw her umbrella dowa In the
road, fly up thn High street at tho rate
ot tea miles an hour, rush across It at
the Imminent risk of hor life, dart down
It again oa the other side, rush sideways,
like aa excited crab, into a grocer'a
shop, run three timet rouad tho shop,
upoettlag the whole stock in trade, come
out ef the ahop backward and knock
down a postman, dash into th roadway
aad p1n round twice, hover for a mo
meat undecided, on the curb, and then
away up the hill again, as If aho had
only Juat alerted, all the while scream
lag out at the top of her voice for some
body to atop her. Of coarse, everybody
thought that ahe wm mad. The people
flaw before her like chaff before the
wind, la leaa than tea second the High
street wm a desert The townsfolk
acampered Into their ahoy aad houM
and barricaded the doer, llrave mea
daahod out aad caught up lltUe chlldrea
aad bora them to aJaM of Mfety amid
eheaaa. Carta aad carriage were aaaa
doned, while the driver cltstlwd ua
Boat. What woald havo bepfwavd
the show goa oa much loager
er my aunt would have heea shot
are engine brought lata rvqalei
alaat her. It la ImnoaalMe. havtaa?
to tha tarrlled atata af the crowd.
Itortaaately for bar, h became
With aae daaaalrlaff aartek
reigned aara again hi that
rural tewa. Ttohny
j trlf OOUtRN'T PLAY.
I Mia BwkMM ttHen a am Treat)
i rw u, t
If oRteaa WeaH yea pleaae play m
thing fcr ua, dear MIm Hwladht?
Ml Hwlndle Oh, I caa aot really
I'm ao horridly out of practice.
I Hostess Oh, MIm Hwlndle! Whea
you alwaya play ao beautifully at aay
1 MlmHwlndlo-I? I play beautlfally
when I really don't pretead to be aay
thing mora than aa amateur? I only
wish I could play.
Flrat Guest Do play, MIm Swindle.
Hccond Guest Oh, do.
Third Guest Please do, Mlsn Swindle.
I've heard so much about your exquisite
playing aad always wanted to hear you.
MIm Hwlndle Oh, thank yout Hut I
really am quite oat of pravtic and I
imply play a little for my own amuse
ment Guest (ha chorus)--O-o-o-o, MIm
Mis Hnindle Really, I don't prrlrnd
to play well.
Fourth Guest Do, please, play mio
thing for u. Let too escort you to ILo
Miss Hwlndle (reluctantly) Well, if
lhjflM, I must, I upioH; but I shall
tTHfpjflfridly, and I really don'tknowof
a thing to play, anyhow.
Hostess (to her husband nn hour later)
We really mutt do or aay something to
get that stupid Mix Swindle away from
the piano. .She' pluyvd six long pieces
now. and Is beginning on the seventh,
end Heaven only knows whon she'll stop.
r.vory body either yawning orglggllng.
I don't know whatever made me so
stupid as to ask her to play, anyhow!
Detroit Free Press.
Holts and Carboawl,
It seems strange tt nny ouo will suffer
with bolls, carbuncles, etc, when Hr. Mull
Hiirsaimrlll will certainly rovcut all such
eruptive Umdcuclc. It is a suro and sa.'e
an tM.,t for blood poison arising from what
ever source, and IU use when uocded should
not be unnecessarily dvhocd. Thousauds
who found extensively advertised hlood
medicines to havo no efheacy whatever, lire
rejoicing In tho fact that Hull's Harsupsrllla
Is an exception, nud that gixid health luvarl
tbly follows its use. Hyphllltlo und scrofu
lous symptoms dlsappeur, tho skin becomes
clear und free from pimple, tho digestion
la Improved, aeoos and pain cease, tho
weight of tho body becomes greater, the
flesh more solid, uloerntlvo and consump
tive tendencies dlssppear, the power of en
durance I increased, weakness. AUxy spoils
nd unnatural f stlgue vsnlsh, In a word tho
utcr of Hull's Kirsupurllla bocnwe a pict
ure of good health unit streiiKttu Try it
Uo no other. Dayton Kmjulrer.
Fon the fow who have sworn o there
ro many who are swearing right on.
ilutcblnson (Knn.) News.
Ulllinns of toil vim it, an) with jJ.
twUthat si4 huftiiiM. s nrilr. Bord,
akna of limn mxl ill..rlr of tln.L
Vl lhro' a halpor Dial cwrtalnlr
Th uxn a f patipln trum erviaalurn aravM.
The remedy Is l)r. l'litris' tloldcn Med-
ICnl Illscovurv. It rnrmi imiili rnllnva
aaUima, chocks brommltls, purines tho ,
"'""ii iirnn mm, rrupiions anil unsigntiy
Pimples inl is without a rival ftir all th ills
that spring from a disordered Uvar. All
Dflx'Thawk, and blow, and aplh. but use
Dr. Bage'a UaUrrh Kemedy. Of drugglsu.
Qvaxn, hm't It that a polltlclM should
absorb liquids to make himself solid with
the boyt WMhlagtoa Capital.
Ir you are auferlng from Malaria, aalc
fi!?M!i,iJffl,,li5ri. nherger'. Antidote
for Malaria. If he don't havo It and toll
VOU ho has anninMiln. ).,. .. -J? i M... .""
27,Vhut send one dollar to Dr. A. T
ri,Ti J. .rri tx!fmltri renn'a, and get
the AntiUoto by nTalL A fow dose will -
UJ.,!u,0 ,irfp!?h,u TheMfdlcIno
la In the form of puts, but I aot a purg.
live. It aot only daatreia Malaria,: haitla
an excellent touia fW""
Wn Bupnose It la King Oambrlnu to
whom we gear oeoaslonal referanc m "hla
royal jaga" Blaghamtoa Leader.
nsgij who aat4iM rus far hour
theyaromottly aold by O. W. Hlmmoa
Co., Oak Hall, Beaton. Mm, at aisxlal
rate. KnqulrtM aro aunt ta.thMi from all
pert of the country.
Taa. profelonl wrestler hM a good
many turning point la hi career. Phila
tlBAVheeaieeeMlnaaMy troubled with
Coughs, and In each case have used
baowx' Hboih-hul Taocua. which have
aever failed, and I must say they are sec
ond to none in the world." Felix A May.
CMhier.Ht Paul, Minn.
.Ja letter hiUeth, but tb trUnrram to
ftyperrnt woraefor people with weak
heart. UurUagtoa Free Vrvs.
War not rw aoar r'o(A, by using the
jtot emnomlMtl seen. IXbbliis Klectrlc.
Malo ever since lssli. Try It onco you
WUI get It Look for the name, Jfctbwt.
Taa human race Is run oa the course ef
true lovo, m a general thing. Texaa tutt
ing. Wat you think your children bare
worms, Mk your druggist for Dr. Bull's
worm lvstruyer ami do not Uko uy
ether. They taatv (ejod and are ahvaj s sura.
a - i in-
Wamr a man U under a .cloud the silver
lining Is generally on the other ski. ihU
Mrsr not be confounded with common cath
artic or purgative pills Carter's Little I.tv.
er rills aro entirely uulllwttiom In every ro
aiHTt Uno trial will prove ttocfr superiority.
A aun amy aot go to prayer-afsMlng, hat
taflumua will bring hiui to hi Moaan
JtWft Pnuxs-CMe Hchool of applied
eVience offer Ave awe prircs on entranco
dcutHUloy, aerelaad. O.
Taa undertaker rhvorit eseraUe ta
hoxiag. Yenowin Mew.
Hox't vThee aad rough wha Hate's
kn'a TnntllArh limn. I.n.ln ...... i
a) . i ...
1 Taa model hashnad are th mea who
aever marry. Foad u Lac iUporter.
Taa bert reagh awdictn t P1m Car
forCoasumeUue, tteld evwywhera. aVs.
----"" -- i-r- -.w ,.. mu
He eterssiafWM BteeTs BsreenHi esse ewes H
was ateoaal eefuee eehaa. WUstsaan telro
luaeisMraa rami Ttv,raaraMl
ao IIMU ( Mvala tai aaaa aaaaaajaT!
anaiaai nam. ar fwaa wat mt
easMaiMi. la ami ft Bats aaaaaaas Us talae
fT- tt" t-T I TsTliilialaai llama.
he ol ,
MstaBiiaajiim, Bhemawtv tvims
rM"r r-"T i liMMiai
-XmBBW.t I gBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK
aflBBBBBV-A mVJaVW LLLw
Beth tha aoethod and remit
and refrcahiBf to tha taato, and acta
Kenny jn prorapuj oa taa AJanejav
Liver and JBowela, deaneea the are.
tern cffcctunHr, dispel old, head
achM rod ferer andaarcsliahitaal
contiintion. Svrup af Figa ia thai
only remedy of iu ktad aver pro
duced, pleasing to tha taate anil ac
ceptable to tlio iitomach, prompt ia
ita action aad truly fceoellcialiaita
effect, prepared only from tho moat
healthy and agreeable aubttancea,
ita many excellent epalitioe coat
mend it to all and Kara made K
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figa is for ante in 60
and $1 bottles by all laadrag drug
gists. Any reliable druggiatwh
may not hare it oa haad will pro
cure it promptly for any oae who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
s ai rnAKCiKO. en.
lomvnu. kt. mw nmt. .r.
The Twonty.flftb Reunion of Wi
VKTXRANB of thn OftAVn AM
OFTHX REPUBLIC. takM place fea
BOiTOM NEXT AU0U3T. TImtbbV
ton will number over a kuadrail
thouMnd aad tha occasion will ha a
memorablo one la every way. The
Poet throughout th United tatet
are moving in the matter of MB.
UMITORMIbTO, and thla notice)
the ofl?er and namhara nf alt fl A .
S, POSTS la to call atteatioa to taa
lact taat our new o. A. X. Oatalogwa
la ready and will be aent to aay aaV
dreae em atralteeaiAw. WTa aauaain ,&
pleaaad to take year order.
O. W. 8ZMMOH8 CKX.
Oak Hall. aWetea,
rsta rM rartaaft Sm laaiasa.
If you have a
COLD or COUGH,
acBM ae teaaiaar
rUMK COB lalTEat
or UMB Aim BODA
I This nranarailoai eniiaalna ilia. nam..
"7 eroruae oi me MftmmpmmtmlkUm
aiJ Biie ti.rftom Cb4 UaW OU. I'm-4
b rliytieuu all ta wirl4 evr. It la aw
jaaaWfaM m milk. Thnw llraMa akw
einnt a laln Co4 Liver Oil. A naffer
EinaUlo. kwllar tliaa aUoUsrsmMa. tor
all tar o(rawMg Wxaiaj, hvaaihlUJC
Scrofula, nd u a flesh Prodnear
there U nothing IIM IMrrg mailtaBL
IttssnM by all Draggisu. Lstaeoaefcrf
v.. ... r.aHiivar iinpaHiva
Utdure rou to seoapt a aubaUlut.
MaMLaaea mt Ike saamT
raeawraAtAMBBlM mh, aaaiSkeMi.
w-"rBfaj ajar saaSBWaaV
ZmMABaaa l-.?''1 's eMa bb VMSaWaftV
. f"'C rt i&KA. '
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