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Symptoms of Paralysis.
Dornus, Nsn.. May 8, 1805.
Dr Williams' Medlciuo Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y.
Gevtlsmbn: This Is to certify that I am
n reaidout of Douglas, Otoo County, Neb.,
and am eighty years of ago. I have been
nn almost constant sufferer nenrly all my
Of Into yenr I havo hnd severe pain in
my back mid Hints, with numbness nnd
prickling sensations in tho extremities
which some physicians pronounced symp
toms of paralysis.
Lost fall, having heard through friends
of tho vlrtuo of Dr. Williams' Tink Pills
for Pale People, I purchased a half doreu
boxes direct from you nnd began taking
thorn according to directions.
At this time tho action of my heart was
giving me great anxiety. Its pulsations
were woak nnd uncertain, with palpitation
nnd very alarming symptoms upon the
least excitotnent or ovor-exortion. Dizzi
ness and headache were, of frequent occur
rence. In a very short time after beginning treat
ment with the pills I began to feel their
effect. Tho numbness becauio infrequont
nnd lesssovoro.wheu locomotion was easier.
Troublo from pnlpitation docronsed nnd I
experienced n bettor condition of gener
al health so that I felttwonty years young
er I felt so much bettor when tho six
boxes wore gon that I discontinued treat
"With tho advent of spring and warm
weather, I began to feel a return of the
old symptoms, to somo oxtent, so purchased
n nother bIx boxes of your pills from Messrs.
C. F. Clark & Co., of Syracuse, Nob., which,
no doubt, will hnvo tho same good effect
the first lot did. Respectfully,
Mus. It. M. Weiib.
Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People
nro now given to the public as an unfailing
blood builder and nervo restorer, curing nil
forms of weakness arising from a watery
condition of tho blood or shattered nerves.
Tho pills nre sold by nil dcalors, or will bo
sont post paid on receipt of price 50 cents a
box, or six boxes for (2.60, by addressing
Dr. Williams' Sled. Co , Schenectady, N. Y.
Corn ami American Frontier Llfn.
Corn has always been closely associ
ated with tho frontier life of this
country, perhaps from the fact that no
other cereal is available for use in so
.many ways. From tho time that the
kernels bojjin to swell, full of their
rich milky juice, it is edible, appetizing
and nutritive; when fully ripened it
may be preserved for years, transfer
ring' if necessary the prosperity of one
abundant season to tho relief of suffer
ers from crop failure or other destruc
tion of supplies in some subsequent
year. To tho New England boy or girl
of former generations, whose memory
goes back to childhood, l.ow many no
table associations are connected with
tho cornilclds and their products! How
tho backs ached and the hands wore
blistered during' tho process of cultiva
tion! How frequently and carefully
the husks were slightly opened to de
termine when the most advanced cars
should be ready for boiling perchance
tho only vegetable vnriation of the
monotonous dinner which gavo little
temptation to the palate, however
much of enduring strength it might
givo to tho frame. Of tho same class
were the "roasting cars," often enjoy
ed in the midst of somo lonely vigil:
nnd these by judicious selection, could
be mado available till tho harvest
Knte Hrl.l In Denver.
T)r.xvrcn, Sept, 10. My journey from
Chicago was over the Chicago. Hurling
ton & Qnincy railroad, ono of tho best
managed systems in tho country, I
should say, judging by the civility of
tho employes, the comfort 1 experi
enced, the excellence of its roadbed,
and tho punctuality of arrival, i ac
tually reached Denver ahead of time.
Tho Jlurlington 1'outo is also tho best
to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha and
Loeko Ib said to hnvo spent over bI
years in tho preparation of his essay
on tho "Human Understanding."
Charles Lamb would write one of his
essays In an evening, after a day spent;
at his desk in tho East India ofllce.
Byron spent tho leloure hours of near
ly four ycaro'ln the preparation of tho
first two cantos of "Childe Harold."
Groto is reported to have spent fif
teen years in tho work of preparing
and writing his "History of Greece."
Spensr, from first to last, consumed
four years of tole pWy steady labor In
tho preparation of the "Fairy Queen."
Dryden worked Irregularly, but con
sidered that his dally task ought to
comprise from 100 to 400 lines of verse.
Douglas Jcrrold is said to have de
voted but a few hours to tho prepa
ration of each ono of his Caudlo lec
tures. Mulhall, tho great statistician, de
voted nearly thirty years to the prep
aration of his "Dictionary of Statis
tics." Sir Frederick Pollock, who mado an
address to the law school at Harvard
during tho commencement, is accused
of appearing on tho lecture platform
wearing a high white hat, a blue shirt,
lavender cravat, black frock coat and
"AMONG THE OZARKS."
Tho Isanti or Ills Heel Apples, Is nt.
nttractivo and inJercting book, handsomely
illustr tod with v.ews of South Missouri
scenery, including tho famous O den fruit
form of a,000 ncrej in Howell county. It
pertains to fruit raising in that great fruit
belt of America, tho southern slope of tho
Ozards, nnd will provo of groat alue, not
only to fruit-grower, but to eery farmer
and homesoeker looking for a farm and a
J. E. Lockwood,
Kansas City, Mo.
A detective who wishes to make a
capture works secretly, but a merchant
seeking to capture trado cannot work
that way. He must let people know
what he is after.
Tliero are always some things which
you can servo a customer at a lower
price or in better shape than your com
petitors can. Those are the things you
want keep before tho public.
Versatility is tho great desideratum
In an advertisement writer. One style
palls on ub. We get tired of one dish,
of one scone, of any one pleasure.
Variety Ib the spice of life and tho chief
attraction In advertisements.
"HARVEST IS IUPE."
HAD BEEN A
hot day; the sun
had beaten down
on tho dry and
dusty stubblo field
force; tho cattto
since early In tho
forenoon had been
lying hi the shade,
or standing In tho
llltlo nools of
water, all that was left of tho brook
that usually ran through tho pasturo,
and standing there, placidly switched
their tails and contentedly munched
their everlasting cuds, seemingly as
happy as though tho paBturo was kneo
deep with fresh, dew-besprinkled
In tho stublilo field ndjolnlng, there
were no such slgnB of contentment. All
day long, while the sun was the fierc
est, men and teams had hurried from
tho field to tho barn and back again,
going In with wagon piled high with
the sheaves of grain, and coming back
empty, save as to tho boy or man who
drovo the horses. It was tho lnst day
of "wheat hauling," nnd Squire Stevens
was anxious that the crop Bhould bo
housed, to bo thrashed nt his leisure.
It was nearly sundown, and tho In
tonso heat of the day was somowhat
abated. Not until then did I venture
far from the low, rambling house that
seemed to retlro in tho shade of the
great elms that towered above it, nnd
find my down tho little, grass-grown
lane, toward the great barn. The last
load was entering the barn yard, and
tho Squire with his big straw hat
pushed back, and pitch fork in hand
walked with tired, but satisfied, tread
behind tho wagon. He stopped when
he saw me, and chafillngly Bald:
"Well, missy, you come along to help
when the sun goeB down, do you, and
tho last load is in?"
"Oh, no," I replied, "I didn't know
you needed help, or I should have been
hero before." ,
Tho Squiro laughed. '
"Lots of account you'd bo in tho
harvest field, now, wouldn't you? But
I can tell you that my Bisters used to
turn out with n hearty will, and help
when the work was pushed. Yes, sir,
father used to say that Cynthia was the
best son he had."
"But. Squire," I put in, "you wouldn't
allow your daughter- to go Into the
"WHY YOU DEAR OLD POP."
harvest field and help haul grain, now
"Allow? Why, bless your heart, 1
couldn't drag her there with n four
horse team. Not that I'd want to," ho
added after a pause, ."for times have
changed, and there ain't tho necessity
for it now."
I burst into n laugh to think of Dor
othy Stovens in tho harvest field; the
dalntest llttlo maid In all the country
round, with a proud llttlo will of her
own, nnd yet a lovable disposition. Sho
was tho applo of her father's eye, and
many staid old neighbors considered
her a spoiled daughter.
Whilo wo spoko sho came bounding
into the yard on her saddle horse, nnd
with a nod to me, sho turned to the
"Well, pop, how's the wheat? Do we
go to Europe, this winter? Havo you
reaped what you sowed?"
"Folks usually' do," said tho Squire
as ho helped her dismount.
"Well, yes," replied Dorothy, "unless
the crop falls, you know, nnd I believe
that happenso sometimes. Do you
know," she rattled on, talking to neith
er of us In particular, "I've been think
ing of that very thing to-day. It's
promised that what-so-over a man sows
that shall he reap, but it seems to mo
that that holds goods moro especially
with weeds than It does with a good
crop. I know pop hero, fusses arounil
a sight about his seed wheat nnd his
seed corn, and then tho crop falls some
times, while if a little bit of 'cheat
gets In tho wheat onco it lasts for
yoars. And I guess It's pretty much
the same way with sowing other things
good deeds, you know, and all that.
I can go along being a model girl for
months at n tlmo '
"I'd liko U know when you tried that
experiment." put in tho Squiro, hut
Dorothy did not deign to notice.
"and I don't see that nny great
crop is harvested; hut let mo slip up
onco on something, nnd I'm sure to got
into troublo right away."
"Well, you'll havo to admit that
that'o a good thing," said tho father,
"if you didn't get into trouble, there's
no telling where you'd land."
"I wasn't complaining about tho
troublo I get Into; I'm willing enough
to abide by that:" replied the daughter,
"if I bow 'cheat,' I expect to reap It,
but my complaint against nature Is
that we don't n'waya harvest wheat,
even when wo sow good seed."
"Well, at least,'' I put in, "if you
plant wheut, you don't reap dust nnd
a6he If you'll allow -mo to mix my
"You mean wo don't get 'cheat?' said
Dorothy. "I'm not sure of that. Don't
you remember tho tares in the Bible?
To be sure, though, somebody sowed
them; I suppose the sower ought to
have kept awake and watched his crop.
4' Mk I
jWjf 1 '
I guoss that must bo the way of It; ft
bad crop grows If you glvo it hnlt n
chance, while n good crop has tD bo
sown with care, nnd watched nnd
tended, nursed nnd petted, and then you
don't know whothor it will grow or
"Dorothy," said tho Squiro, "you'ro
getting toljo n regular pessimist. Let's
go to super and see If n good squnro
meal would do you good," nnd wo nil
went Into the house.
"I think Dorothy," said tho Squire, ns
wo sat at tho supper table, "that you
expect the harvest of n good crop too
soon. You mustn't cut your wheat be
fore it Is ripe."
"Oh, I don't think so." replied Dor
othy from her place til the head of tho
tnblc. "I see u great many fields whoro
n harvest of any sort Bcems impossible.
I enmo past tho Hazard place, this af
ternoon, and It you'll bcllovo it, thcro
was Abby, hersolf, out in the wheat
field with that hoy that lives there, get
ting In the wheat."
The Squire looked at Ills plntc, mut
tering something about It being ft
"That's Just what I thought, and
said," continued Dorothy. "I told her
it wasn't right for her to bo doing such
drudgery, nnd reminded her that men
were intended to do that kind of work,
but sho only said, 'For men must work,
and women must weep,' and then added,
'Woll, Dorothy. I prefer to do a little
more work nnd n llttlo less weeping,
for my part,' nnd went on tossing tho
sheaves up on tho wagon. Now, what
I want to know is, when is Abby Haz
ard going to renp her reward? Thero
she has been toiling away on that llttlo
old farm over 'since I can remember,
kind, faithful and Intelligent, doing
moro good to this neighborhood thnn
half tho men in it put together, and
yet her llfo becomes harder, every
year. Where's her harvest?"
Thcro was a curloua look on tho
Squlro's face as ho said:
"Sho might havo had a hnrvest yearB
ago, if she If she would only cut the
grain when it ripens."
Dorothy looked nt him as though sho
did not understand, hut ho seemed to
havo nothing moro to Bay, and after a
tlmo she asked:
"Why has bIio always lived thero
"Because she's n very foolish wo
man," tho Squire blurted out. "Be
cnusc she's tho salt of tho earth, that's
why. You- sec," ho continued In n
calmer tone, "the Hazard farm was left
to her and her worthless brother, on
conditions that ono of them live on It;
If they both leave It, It goes to somo
sort of a missionary society. Dick al
ways was a wild chap, and he'd never
been hero since his grandfather's death,
leaving tho caro of the place, nnd moro
than that, on Abby'B shoulders, for ho
was nlwnyB giving notes to pay his
debts, and when ttey fell due, Abby
paid them. Thnt's why Abby worked
like a slave, and that'8 why she never
harvested her reward." The Squiro
stirred his tea in an absontminded way.
Finally Dorothy snld, "But Dick's dead,
"Yes, but hl3 debts hain't paid, and
Abby hasn't learned nny penso."
"Why, father!" exclaimed Dorothy,
surprised nt his warmth, "How hasn't
Tho Squiro mado no reply but con
tracted his brows, and sat In seeming
perplexity. As Dorothy poured an
other cup of ten, sho said moro to mo
than to him:
"Why don't somo good man marry
her? She'd make nn excellent wife."
Tho Squiro started.
"Do you think bo, Dorothy?"
"Yep, I do," she replied. "She's the
most intelligent woman In the town
ship, nnd when ajio's rested, she's really
"Er or what kind of a n mother
do you think, sho'd make, Dorothy?"
Tho Squlro's face wmh very red, and
ho nervously fingered his knife and
Dorothy looked at him In nmazemont
for a moment and then jurst Into a
"Why, you dear old pop!" she cried,
leaving her place ami throwing her
armB around his neck, "Who would
havo thought it! You of nil men!" and
theq sho smothered sum with kisses
and laughed and cried, while tho Squiro
looked foolish, and I felt sadly out of
"Woll. well, daughter," said tho
Squire, "wo won't think of it, If you ob
ject; wc "
"But, pop, I don't object," cried Dor
othy, "I think lt'd be just Just great!
I'm suro sho doservos as i;ood a man as
you nre, and you you descrvo somo
ono to tako caro of you better than
your hoighty-fllghty daughter can."
Tho Squiro waa on his feet In nn
"Will you come with mo to Abby's?"
ho said, his eyes shining. "You see, for
years I'vo wanted Abby to como here,
but as long as Dick lived, she thought
she ought to keep tho placo for him,
and since his death, she's been nfrald
that that It would seem like liko
pushing you out, Dorothy." .
"Tho Idea!" exclaimed Dorothy, "and
you let her think It! You'ro a couple of
dear, old geese, that's what you ore!"
By this time Bhe had her fathor's
best hat out, and her own on her head,
end excusing themselves to me, they
went to tell Abby that hor hnrvest was
nt last rijie.
It appears that every living creaturo
has its deadly enemies, and In this re
spect the common house lly is no excep
tion. Within n vory short time, prob
ably by tho 20th of tho present month,
fly parasites will commence their
work. Their favorlto location Is around
tho wings of the fly. They soon becomo
so full of blood as to be vlslblo to the
naked eye. They keep sucking away
until they exhaust tho source of sup
ply, leaving the wretched fly llttlo moro
thana shell. In this condition It at
taches itself to some convenient spot
J and gives up the ghost.
A CRIMEAN OUN DUEL.
The ltualiins Vcro Clilmtrou i:nuugti
tn Admit Their (luu's Defeat.
Whilo the flag of truco was flying a
BuBBlnn ofllccr of artillery went up to
ask Sir Richard Alroy; If Gen. Dacrcs,
commanding tho English nrtlllcry, was
on tho ground. On Sir Wchnrd an
swering In the ncgntlvo tho ofllcor said:
"Your slxty-clght-poundcr gun that
your peoplo call Jenny Is n beautiful
gun, but wo think wo have ono ns good
In thnt embrasure," pointing, up to tho
mnmelon, "and wo would liko to havo a
fair duel with her." Alroy took up tho
challongo nt onco, nnd everything wna
arranged for 12 o'clock noon next day.
When tho tlmo arrived all tho bnttcrlcs
on both sides ceased firing. A larg
number of ofllcorB, French nnd Eng
lish, wero assembled nt our lookout sta
tion, behind tho twenty-one-gun bat
tery, to look on, says n writer in nn
English papor. Our sailors' gun de
tnchmont mounted on their parapets
and took off their hats, Bnlutlng tho
Russians. Tho Russians returned tho
compliment. Tho English gun wna
tfiven tho first shot as tho Bcnlor gun;
it struck tho uldo of the Husslnn em
brasure. Then they fired n very
good shot, too. Tho third shot from
Jenny went clean through tho IlURsInn
cmbrnsuro nnd up went two gabions.
Tho bluo Jackets Jumped up on their
parapet and cheered, thinking they had
beatM their opponents. Not n bit! A
mt.iuto nftcrward down went tho gab
ions and out camo tho Russian gun
again. Sovoral more shots wore fired
from both sides, all very good ones.
Jenny got a nasty thump, but it did
her no harm. At length, I think tho
sevonth shot from our side, wo oaw tho
Russian gun knocked clean over. Our
fellows cheered vociferously nnd tho
Russians mounted their parapet nnd
took off their lints In acknowledgment
of their defeat. All tho batteries then
opened ngaln. Thus ended tho great
Ho Va n I. Iltlt) I.itinl).
Tho Rov.' Dr. Meredith, n well-known
clergyman, trlea to cultivate friendly
relntlons with tho younger members of
his flock. In a recent talk to his Sunday-school
ho urged tho children to
speak to him whoncver they met. Tho
next day a dirty-faced urchin, smoking
a clgaretto and having a generally dis
reputablo appearance, accosted him in
tho street with:
Tho clergyman stopped nnd cordial
"And who nro you, air?"
"I'm ono of your llttlo lambs," re
plied the boy, affably. "Flno day."
And, tilting hla lint on his head, ho
swaggered off, leaving tho worthy di
vine speechless with amazement.
Mkcil to KUi Tall Men.
LUllo Smith, a good-looking young
woman, who, when arraigned In Brook
lyn, the other day, gnvc her name nB
Jano Doe, .was scntonccd to Jail for
three dnyo by Justice Lalmbeer. She
persisted in hugging and kissing all the
tall men whom bIio met on the streets.
They objected und her nrrest followed.
BEYOND THE SEA.
At Chnrlovllle, Franco, lightning
lately struck tho church stceplo whilo
two choir boys wero ringing tho bells.
Ono of tho boys was killed instantly.
Somo weeks ago a dentist nt Llegr,
Belgium, while extracting n tooth of a
worklngtnan, received a slight scratch
on tho right hand. Later lnfinmmn'toii
set in, nnd ultimately the nrm had tc
Tho Hungarian wine dealer ho has
hlfficrto provided Prlnco Ferdinand of
Bulgaria with select wines announces
that his conscience does not permit
him to havo any moro dealings
whatever with that potentate bo long
as tho latter Is under suspicion of
hnvlng connived at tho murder of cx
Premler Stambouloff, tho friend of
Tho San Francisco Call Is to havo a
aow flheea-fitory building, costing
Tho Kalama, Wash., Bulletin has for
its motto: "Grab All In Sight, nnd Hus
tle for More."
Under tho now Oregon game law
cportsmen are permitted to kill but 20
upland gamo birds n day.
English curates are thinking of
forming themselves Into a professional
union, on tho plan of the trades unions.
After having repaired the damago
dono to tho Parthenon, tho Athenian
Archeologlcal society will begin tho
work of excavating tho lower slopes of
A tanning concern In Seattle has re
ceived In one consignment 115 hales of
deer skins, weighing eighteen tons, and
representing, probably, several thou
sand dead deer.
Tho herring havo turned tholr noses
in tho direction of tho Eastport, Me.,
sardine factories, and business is rush
ing amon? tho packers. The price,
however. Is very low.
Dr. Bohr has gone to tho Faroo is
lands to study tho broathing apparatun
of the diver birds. In tho same Bhlp
went tho Ehlera expedition that is to
Investigate leprosy In Iceland.
Georgo Augustus Sala's library, con
sisting of somo 8,000 volumes, was re
cently sold at auction In London for
851, an average of 51 cents a volume.
Among tho volumes wero somo rare
books and somo exquisitely bound.
A peculiar form of asphalt pavliif
has rocontly been tried in France. Tho
asphalt powder Is heated to 120 de
grees and molded under a pressure of
about five and one-half tons per snuaro
inch into blocks, which are afterwards
set In cement mortar.
Great wit Is sure to madness close al
lied. And thin partitions do tholr bounds di
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Wctmnn't lmjrvment I.eBUe
An interesting nnd worthy experi
ment bus boon tried in Minneapolis,
during tho past two or thrco yenrs, by
tho Woman's Improvement Lenguc, of
Interesting school children in tho rais
ing of llowcrr. Several thousand chil
dren ovcry yenr, in certain school
grades, nro given flower seeds to plant
in their homo gardens und lawns, nnd
nro encouraged by prizes to enter into
competition In flower production. Last
week tho president of tho lengno visit
ed tho fifty city schools and awarded
tho prlzos'votcd upon by n committee
of Inspectors nnd judges. Tho schoolB
wero gaily decorated with blossoms
grown by tho children. The seeds nro
contributed each year by prominent
scod firms, members of congress nnd
public-spirited citizen. Tho flower
mission lias awakened a widespread in
terest among tho children and encour
aged In them a lova for tho beautiful
and habits of Industry which aro likely
How's This I
We offpr One Hundred Dollars reward
for nny ense of Catnrrli that cannot bo
cured by Ilnll'B rutnrrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Wo, tho undersigned, have known F,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In nil
business transactions, nnd financially
nblo to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
WALDINO. KIVNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, ToloJo, Ohio,
llnll'a Cntnrrh Cure Is tnken Internal
ly, noting directly upon the blood nnd
mucous surfaces of tho system. Testi
monials sent free. Price. 75c per bottle.
Bold by nil druggists.
Hall's Family Pills. -Gc.
C.ooil L'no fur Clienn Outs.
National Stockman: There is n groat
deal of complaint about the low prices
lor oats, wlilcli arc now in some puns
of tho country ns cheap ns liny. Good
prices for this cereal would mean -much
this ycur to many, as it Is about tho
only cash crop to rcty on In the absenco
of a wheat crop. Hut it may bo that in
tho long run tho ihcapncss of oats will
provo something of a blessing in dis
guise. Thcro will bo a great tempta
tion tliis year to throw in tho corn at n
lively rate. Corn, while tho best fat
tening grain on earth, is not n well
balanced feed, und tho cheap onts may
bo used to groat advantage in tho way
of a bettor balanced ration. This ap
plies cspctiully to young stock, which,
ns a rule, got more corn and less oata
than is good for it.
Tlmt Joyful I'Vollntr
With tho exhilarating aenHe of renewed
health and ntrength nnd Internal clean
llncsfl which follows the uso of Syrup
of Figs is unknown to the few who
have not progressed beyond tint old tlmo
medicines nnd the cheap Hiibstituten
Bometlmea offered but never accepted by
the well Informed.
l'rintlnir Names on Fruit.
Tho rosy check of nn ztpplo is on the
sunny side; tho colorless upplu grows
in tho leafy shade. Advantngo may bo
taken of this ti havo a pli-nsant sur
prise for children. A piece of stilt pa
per placed around the applo in tho full
sun will shado it, and if tho "Mary" or
"liobblo" is cut in the paper so that
tho sun can color tho npplu through
these stenciled spaces tho iittlo nnocim
gather tho npplo for itself with tho
name printed on tho fruit by nature it
self. Median's Monthly.
Thrre l plriinirc mid nrnflt
anil no small ruiHslm-MiM In uimlK troub'ebouio
uiul I'UliituI UN t usliu rniL.ir'.lilnKiT 'Joule.
Bolf-possesssiou is another name for elf
forgotfuluos; That man is a stranger to himself who
roads no I oaks.
A moto in tho eye will put tho whole
world out of Joint
It I n eiiky tiircmintCiini, with Illndoirorn
tnat vo winder so many will unruru ilium. (iiH
lllnJcrcorus mid fcvo liuw nUvlT U taken lliciu oil
What makes llfo dreary is vuut of motive.
Hosts of people go to work in
the "wrong way to cure a
in ft-f Topnhci rfcSI
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STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE.
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Alan 4III.KI I'Oll.TKV. OAltlttCM AXU KAIItilT fKNL'K.
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irnted. If you rumldcr quality u in ,e jou v.nrjr. Cal.1lu.4Ut1 tfrv.
De Kalb Fence
" Cave BrRiNO, Ga., Mny 21, 1804.
My baby was a living skeleton. The doctors said he was dying of Maras
mus. Indigestion, etc. Tho various foods I tried seemed to keep him alive, but
ditl not strengthen or fatten him. At thirteen months old he weighed exactly
what he did at birth seven pounds. I began using ScOTf'B Emulsion," some
times putting n few drops in his bottle, then again feeding it with n spoon; then
again by the absorption method of rubbiug it into his body. The effect waa mar
velous. Baby began to stouten and fatten, and became u beautiful dimpled boy,
wonder to aU. aeon's Emulsion supplied the ono thing nwdful.
"Mes. Kennon Williams."
is especially useful for sickly, delicate children when their other food
fails to nourish them. It supplies in a concentrated, easily digestible
form, just the nourishment they need to build them up and give thin
health and strength. It is Cod-liver Oil made palatable and casy'io
assimilate, combined with the Uypophosphitcs, both of which are
most remarkable nutrients.
Don't be persuaded lo accept a substitute
Scott & Bowne, New York. AH Druggists. 50c. and 1.
A (Itntv 'Worn tlnvorn.
Tho greatest wonder of thonntipodcti
Is tho celebrated glow-worm cavern,
discovered in J81H In tho heart of tho
Tnsitmnlun wilderness. The envorn,
or caverns (there seems to bo iv series
of such caverns in tho vicinity, each
scparnto and distinct, nre situated near
the town of Southport, Tasmania, in a
limestone blnu", about four miles from
Iday buy. The nppcaranue of tho main
cavern Is that of on underground river,
thecntlro floor of tho subterranean
passugn being covered with water
about a foot and a half in depth. Thcso
wonderful Tnsinanlan oaves nro similar
to till caverns found in limestone form
ation, with tho exception thnt their
roofs and sides literally shlno with tho
light emitted by tho millions of glow
worms which Inhabit them.
Con's Cough Hnlinm
It lbi olden and best. It will brvnlc up n Cold quick
rthajunjtlilnir)o. ltlmlway-, rcllulilo. TrylU
All lovo has FoincUitti;; of Mludnow in it,
but tho lovo of money oipoclnlly.
I! tho Unity is Cutting Toln.
Denim nml uh that oM unci wrlt-trlal reined;-, tlu.
IVixsLovt ' soul lima Btlii'i1 fr Children Tit thine-
Ignorance. Is less removed from tho truth
tlinu i rejudlce.
PIso's j-'uro for Coiistimiitlon has snvnl
mo inniiy a do-tor'rt bill. 8. V. lUiun,
Hopkins I'lnco, Unltimoro, Md.,
All thnt is human must retrograde It it
do not ndvnncn.
Tjervu Jlciturcr. Si)l'luuturiininii.i.iiiy'iif-JliirM-louiciirof.
Hltiucs. fe.Mi.J tol)r,Kiuie,Wl.rcljt.,l'l.lla.,l'a.
How to Dmtroy llnimelinlit IV-, Ik.
The most satisfactory way to deal
with moths, bedbugs or other house
hold pests Is to fumigato with sulphur,
tho ordinary powder will do, but sul
phur candles are better, and can bo
procured from any druggist. Put tho
articles yon wl..h to fumigato in a
small, close room, taking caro to ro
movo all silver or growing plants, as it
will tarnish tho ono and kill tho other;
placo your lighted cnudlo in a kettle,
und have tho room closed for severn)
hours. All animal life will bo des
troyed. "Ka-nson's Kaffio Corn Slve."
Warranted to cure or mon-y refunded. Mk J0.il
druKulst fur It. l'rlco IS ctnU.
God gavo overy bird Its food, Lut ho doe
not throw it into tho uutt
Billiard table, soeond-huud, for alo
cheap. Apply to or nddross, H. C. Akin".
Ml H. Ifcth St., Ouialm, Nob.
This Is the very perfortlon of a man, to
fliiH out his own Imiierfoctions,
The Greatest ricdical Discovery
of the Arc.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofuti
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He lias now in his
possession oer two hundred i ertilicatei
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from
the first bottle, and a perfect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver
or Dowels. This is caused by the ducts
beimr stopped, and always disappears in a
week after takim; it. Read the label.
If the stomach Is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Cat
the best you ca.i get. and enough of It.
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
would euro It In tho
rlpht wav, rltjltt on.
CABLED FIELD AND HOG FENCE.
121 High Street.
DE KALB, ILL.
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