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fluster County Republican
.M. AMHItUltltV , Killtornnil I'n
Many a man lias killed himself U'iing
i hlncB tlmt wore supposed to prolong
"tit * .
They do It also In Canada. A llve-
milllou-dollar furnltnro trust ban been
Ko woman ever took the conceit out
9 < * mnn by lef using lilm nt tlrst nnil
When thin ha/.e has finally disap
peared It may leally moan n brighter
for West Point.
China will have to do a lot of washIng -
Ing to pay tlmt Indemnity , even If It IB
limited to $2011.000,000.
Borne women prefur dogs ns puts be-
MUAQ children don't like to hnvo bells
attached to their necks.
That trial of wireless telephoning
WBB not altogether successful. The re
ceiver , HS It were , Is being held for n
Ruisoll Sage thinks that Mr. Cudahy
acted unwisely In submitting to extor
tion. To Russell Snge $ 'J.r > ,000 seems a
deal of money.
There's no r/cal paradox In the state
ment that In nuking for nine or eight
hours of labor , the workman la aox-
toaa to ehortcn his days.
A. Now York man cured hlnuolf of
HM grip by merely fasting This treat-
Bent , however , If continued long
raough. will put a stop to any disease.
Wireless telegraphing having been
triad successfully during n storm at
ceo , the time may coma when there
inejr b a delaylcss messenger boy on
And BO the Immortal Pattl may come
ad sing to us again. It IB now believ
ed that this diva's farewell tour was
Che original Installment plan enter-
In China there are 10,000,000 slaves ,
and girls fetch $10 apiece and upward ,
which Is somewhat less than pigs.
Th ro would seem to be some use for
calailonarlcs hi China , after all.
Ohltm has not yet notlllcul us that
IMS- people had discovered the salt-
elixir of life before the Hood. Is this
iUcovery to bo the exception to the
I' ' ' rule that China always baa known ev
That young man who concluded mi
tsht-year courtship over the telephone
wire exposed himself nt the last to an
allegation of electric sparking. In the
jrearo previous he certainly Imd not
b en quick as lightning.
A. Connecticut woman who died the
other day had a grudge against lier
relatives , BO she left all her money ,
? 7,000 , to two yellow dogs. The immo
ef tbo lawyer they have selected to de-
tad them In the will contest hns not
young mun wi,0 broke his nock
la an athletic contest recovered from
tti effects of the accident , and 1ms
Again gone Into training , should take
saru leat the habit grow upon him , Tt
-kay to believe that It would be worse
to form the habit of breaking ontfu
ock than to smoke cigarettes.
They eay It coat young Alfred Van-
tt-bilt about $ L'00,000 to get married ,
fcat that'll nothing. It cost hts brother
Oorn llu nearly 500,000,000 , and It IH
fwewdly understood that Consuelo put
up A tidy wad for her duko. When It
comas to paying for wives or luiRlmnilH
the Vanderbllt children evidently con-
rider It poor economy to try to save t > x-
peaec * .
Recently published list * of prices
tjoarged by prominent portrait painters
remind us that If modern artists take
tfc * cash , eighteenth ooutury palnlers
ften took their time. Augustus Hare
. . / ttiat Ixml Mcxborough asked Sir
"Tnomas Lawrence again and again to
r nd borne the portrait ho was doing of
l adjr Mexborough and her child. " 1
/.allow I have been a long time. " replied
the artist nt last , "but If Lady Moxhor-
ongh will kindly bring th * bnby and
, ftr rn another nlttlng , I really will
"Well. Sir Thulium , " won the answer ,
-my wife will be happy to give you
mother ilttlng whenever you like , but
tna tmby IB in the Cmmta ! "
Tb Christian name. of the girls res-
4 tr l at a certain New England acad-
-njjy In 1850 wore Abigail. Albina. Clar-
iSnda , Elizabeth. Kstliw Louella , Myr-
ttlUa. Parthonla. Ruth /ind Kophronia.
Vhe names of a t'lnss of girls now at-
-temllng a Western high Hchool are Kan
} . Lulu. Marguerite , Pearl , Silvia ,
Thjr a and Vera. Some of these In the
rnrllcr list sound curiously old-fashion-
* < 1 but the people of lOfiO may find oc-
ration to wonder and exclaim at names
Uuu are more or IMS popular In the
y ar 1001. The one happy certainty Is
bat our descendants will l > o perfectly
utlsfled , as each succeeding genera
tion Is , with the result of their own
at christening children !
There Is a certain man who IN a hen
pecked husband and has finally re
belled. He n ks for a divorce because
felt patience and heroism have en-
La tliv point of breaking down.
lie alleges that his wlfo compelled him
to wash the dishes , sweep the lloora
and mind the baby , but this IB not the
worst. The milk in the cocoamit ap
pears la the further allegation that he
was compelled to do these things "be
fore company , " which procedure , heavers
avers , was for th'o express purpose of
his humiliation. He should be given a
divorce. The wife went too far. Hus
bands do not particularly object to be
ing hen-pecked to sonic extent. What
they do object to IH the publicity of It.
< V woman who has no more discretion
than to parade n husband's subjection
In public deserves the severest penalty
and such wives should take notice and
Now for a single standard crusado.
Not of morals. Time will take care of
that. Not of money ; that has been
settled for four years but of avoirdu
pois. Why Is it tlmt the fat girl has
trouble In securing n husband ? The
other day a lovely 300-pound cherub
decided that life without a husband
was no more than a Klondike In mid
winter. Her father offered $1,000 , and ,
although she Is 24 , "bright and good-
natured , " he was compelled to raise his
bid to 92,000 before they caught a man.
Why should avoirdupois In a woman
be a bar to marriage ? The fat man
can get a wife. The Jolly fellow with
three chins and four-pound wrinkles ,
who shakes like a bowl of jelly when
ho laughs , can walk Into the matrimonial
menial market and exchange Love for
a prlne any day. If a bit of female
loveliness weighing 105 pounds Is
fiweet , why should a big bunch of
sweetness go begging ? Justice would
seem to demand the enforcement of the
single standard of weight.
Newspapers down East are trying to
have fun over the antenuptial agree
ment of two young people from New-
Jersey. A stenographer , making § 10
per week , loves a young lady of Bur- ;
llngton , who receives $14 pur week as n ;
stenographer. Their parents objected
to their marriage , because they pos-j
eessed no surplus for the "rainy days" ;
of housekeeping , and o the young peoJ
pie have entered Into a written
ment , "In consideration of love and nf-j
fection , " to contribute to a fund which
shall reach the sum of $1,500 before
they marry. Under the agreement they !
will have about $1,500 In their fund twoj
'yours hence , and If they do not the
marriage is to be called off. It is ditll-
cult to llml any grounds In this contract - ,
tract to justify laughing at these young
people. The Contract Is based on good
bonse. If good business principles en
tered more largely Into the marriage
contract than they do , the Nation would
bo much better off. There would bo
fewer Idiots , fewer drunkards , fewer
divorces , lobs marital infidelity , and less
misery generally. Too often It is that
when young people discover that they
love each other they plunge Into mar
riage regardless. They Imagine that
they can live on kisses and "them goo-
goo eyes , " when they can't It takes
potatoes and steak after marriage qultu
as much as , If not more than , before.
They dive into "love In a cottage" with
only one month's rent In hand , without
two thoughts about gas bills , coal ,
clothing , car fare and other necessities ,
without which Cupid soon frizzles up
like a dried apple In the corner of a
rail fence. They think that If they
only have each other everything will
be all right , and In they go Into mar-1
rlngie , heels over head , with little save
their marriage fee and 00-horse-power |
confidence In unadorned Improvident
affection. While love hhould enter Into
nil marrlagcrs , and should be pure , un-
svlflsh and , If need be , heroic. It should
be more or less calculating , and grasp
more or less of the future , which has
its unavoidable duties of keeping pota
toes In the bin and coke In the furnace.
The young couple are to be congratu
lated on their sensible plan. They'll
know each other better two years
hence , and If they have $1,500 on hand
they may not have to null up the attic
and basement windows to keep that lit
tle dare-devil and prodigal , Cupid , from
A Ohtiirmj Mutliur > in > Ijaw Htory.
The Experiences of a British Pliur
it in China" wan the title of an
uddrerit by Mr. Krauk Browne , who
was introduced as the ( lOvernment' '
analyst til Hong Kong
AH Illustrating the Chinese regard
for tlllttl piety , the lecturer told an In
teresting mother-in-law story. A man
and his wife maltreated the husband' *
mother AH a punishment the scene of
thti act was openly cursed , the netlvi *
agents were put to death , and the
mother of the wife was bamboood.j
branded and exiled for her daughter'
crime. The house In which the offenders - *
ers llv > d was dug up from the foundn
tlons. Moreover , the scholars of the
district were precluded from attending
public examinations , and even the
magistrates were deprived of their
ollk'i- . These drastic measures were
designed to rentier the empire tlllal. "
Thf professor , according to a London
newspaper , had taken a few of his pu
pils to the /oo. Willie the lions wore
being ft'd ln > remarked , to tlie keeper ,
with vimv to bin pupil * ' Instruction
at llrat hand :
"If one of thp-f gigantic and fero
clous i-arnlvora should contrive In
onmnrlpatu Itself and should hurl Its
prodigious strength Into our midst ,
what steps would you lake ? "
'Bloomln' long uus , sir , " said the man ;
whereat the boys tittered.
Wlm * hu become of the old-fashion
ed woman wlio made her children' *
night gowns out of tlour Hacks ?
N'early every man thinks his uelgh
bon houUl "do" lomctlitiig for hlu >
TOMB ROBBED OF HORRORa
PoriiisylYntilnn HUB Taken 1'rcciititloim
John M. Purscl , of Wllllamsport , Pa. ,
has for years harbored the fear that lie
might bo burled alive and has taken
incntmrnt to guard against such a horrible
rible fate. In order to be spared such
an ordeal he has devised a scheme that
Is IIH Ingenious and practical tin It Is
novel. He has had constructed In
Grandvlew cemetery a vault the dis
tinctive feature of which Is that , while
access may be had to any of Its live
compartmcnti ) only with great dlfllaul-
ty after It has been closed and scaled ,
JOHN M. riniEI'B BTllANOK TOMH.
It Is a very easy matter for It to be
opened from the Inside. Mr. Purscl
planned the device so that should he
revive after burial he will be able to
The live receptacles which are to hold
the Inventor and the other four mem
bers of his family are placed lu a row.
The compartments are solid pieces of
cast Iron , each big enough to hold a
coflln , and running back nine feet into
the hillside. From the back of each
compartment a small pipe connects
with a main pipe , which resembles a
chimney. This Is arranged so as to
keep each receptacle constantly well
ventilated , yet to exclude dirt and wa
The principal figure In George Gls-
slng's new novel , "The Coining Man , "
Is a political one and by an odd coinci
dence the book travels over much the
Binne ground that was occupied by An
thony Hope's "Quisante. "
Edmoud Rostand's play , "L'Alglon , "
was brought out In French recently.
The publication of the play In the orig
inal language has been frequently post
poned , first on account of the Illness of
the author and again because of his
wish to have In literary form the text
ns finally revised by him.
Westwood , the estate of Sir John
Paklngton , who was said to l > e the
original of Addition's "Sir Roger de Co
verley , " has just passed forever out
of the hands of the Paklngton family.
They liad owned It since the time of
Elizabeth. A Yorkshire manul'ac'turer
has bought It for $ : UKM ) ( ) .
Already the first edition of Lord
Rosebery's "Napoleon ; the Last
Phase. " consisting of 10,000 copies , has
been exhausted In England. The
Athenaeum utters many dlspnniging
walls over the book , and says Hint It
Is written In n style not historical , but
I rather adapted to that of after-dinner
It will be some considerable time yet
before the memoir of the late Duke of
Argyll Is given to the world. The
present duke , who has the work in
ha ml , lias a huge maw ; of the late
Duke of Argyll's correspondence In his
possession , and he will utilize the man
uscripts the late duke had written for
a volume of autobiography and remi
Emlle Xola has been busy putting the
finishing touches on a new novel ,
which Is entitled "Travail. " This will
appear In English under tiniltle of
"Labor. " " "
When his "Keeondlie" was
published It appeared In English un
der the title of "FrnitfulnesB"--lt was
understood to be the first of a series of
four connected works , which his ad
mirer * cnll his "four gospels. " The
others will be "Write" and "Justice. "
Mlsmarek's letters to his wlf > are be
ing brought out In Germany by the
Cottas with much explanatory mate
rial , something after the form of Bis-
marckhtn memorabilia. German read
ers of the first Installment of these
memoirs issued In that country have
been charmed with the revelation of
the statesman's married Jlfp. for the
letters show him to have ln t n in his
domestic circle one of the most lovitbli
men in history.
The Neatest Town.
Hroek. In Holland. Is far famed as
the "neatest town In the world. " This
town Is so fastidious that until a few
years ago horses were not allowed In
itw streets , for' reasons of clonnllnoss ,
and the entire town Is as scrupulously
kept ns n man-of-war. It contains L',700
inhabitants , and Its main industry IK
the making of Edam chooses.
The chief of police of New Orleans
has Issuedji police warning , In which
ho says : ' 'The constant use of cocaine
has assumed large and serious proportions
tions , and Is tlally Increasing to such
an extent as to be a menace to public
A widow who has made up her mind
to marry again , has a grea ! deal more
Bouse In laying trap * thun K widower.
AS TO WINDOW GARDENING.
Co in in oil Sense Knlcm Hint Wilt I tin lire
Nino-tenths of the windows used for
window gardening arc too crowded foi
the plants to look well or to do well.
Turn a new leaf right now by throwing
away every poor or Inslgnlllcant
growth. Hotter to buy new stock In the
spring than to turn your precious win
dow space Into a hospital ward for
Keep the 1'ollage Immaculately clean.
Wash the leaves once or twice every
week. A plant's lungs are its leaves.
.Showering the foliage washes the dirt
out of the pores , refreshes the plant and j
Imparts vigor. Besides this , clean
plants do not harbor Insects , the greatI
est foe of the Indoor garden , and the1
hardest to tight.
Loosen the crusted earth at the top
of the pots , says the Washington Stnr.jf
The roots need air , and in soft , pliable ! \
earth they get It by capillary trnusmls-J
slon. A hard ton crust seals the soil |
up as though In a Jug. Neither air nor
water Units free entrance through It.
Plants In hard soil often suffer from
luck of moisture at the roots , though
water has been given every day.
Slide the shades up to the top of the
upper sash ; take down the curtains at
the plant windows , and let God's Invig
orating sun shine In. Sunshine to a
plant Is what gold Is to a Klondike
In extremely cold weather .stay the
watering pot. Plants need little water
during severe weather , and they chiller
or I'reex.e twice as quickly after n fresh
drenching. If watering becomes abso
lutely necessary , have It the tempera
ture of the room , and give only In the
morning. Watering in the evening
during a cold snap Is to invite a visit
from Jack Frost.
Pet your plants. Turn them , train
them Into shape as they grow , pick off
every dead leaf or faded Mower. Hap
hazard care does not pay with house
JUST LIKE RAISING THE DEAD.
An Account of u OreWHoinc Kxpcrimciit
in n Hospital in Denmark.
Dr. Soren Christiansen of Mlssoula ,
Mont , was in Minneapolis on his way
home after a two months''visit In Den
mark , and told the Times of a remark
able attempt to bring back to life a
man who had died in a hospital at
Nnestvcd , Denmark. The experiment
was measurably successful , as resuI -
tatlon was effected several hours after
the man was pronounced dead. Dr.
Maag , who was in charge , was unable
to maintain life , however.
The patient had died from typhoid
fever and Dr. Maag decided to try an
experiment. Respiration had ceased
completely and the body was cold. DI-
ect massage of the heart was resorted
o. The chest was cut open directly
. ) ver the heart , and through the incision
the physician passed his hand and
eized the heart. He commenced a se
ries of compressions , and In short time
he heart commenced to work of its
own accord. The action of the heart
; nidmtlly became stronger , but the
nan had not commenced to breathe.
Duly after the heart had been acting
lialf sin hour did the first gasp for air
The patient was Lhtm assisted in this
for ubont an hour , until ilnally he was
ible to breathe qnito freely. At the
same time tils checks began to a.ssume
i natural color. He lay in this coudl
tlou another half hour , but without re
gaining consciousness or appearing to
feel the effects of the Incision. Then
there was a reaction and respiration
[ eased , although the heart continued tenet
net eight hours longer. A second effort
was made to Induce heart action , but
Blunufuctures in I'olmul.
Warsaw has a population of 075,000.
In ten years this will be doubled. Be
sides being a distributing point for
what Asia wants to send to Europe , it
l a manufacturing city. It makes
sugar , leather , cotton , wool , Iron , gold
and silverware , and shoes for the rest
of the continent It Bends more than
u third of a million dollars' worth of
beet sugar alone In a year to America.
Warsaw's outlying neighl > orlng city ,
Lodz , known as the Polish Manchester ,
Is fa-st gaining on Its English rival. Its
thousands of spindles turn out cotton
for the world. The Industrial and com
mercial Impulse that has characterized
Russia of the present generation is no
where more strikingly evident than In
what was the old kingdom of Poland ,
and particularly In Its ancient capital ,
A peculiar bill for services 1ms re
cently come before the Georgia Legis
lature for allowance. A criminal in im
prisonment had been pardoned by the
Governor of the State. By some con
fusion in the otliclal papers the pardon
did not reach him for several mouths
after It was Issued. Upon this he i > etl-
tloned the Legislature to bo remuner
ated for the work he had done for the
State In the time that he had continued
In confinement through the mistake
that had been made. The legislature
passed the act awarding the man the
money. Whether It did this because of
the value of Ills lalwr to the State or
contributed It as a compensation for
being unnecessarily deprived of liberty
is not btated. It was lil > eral action In
either point of view.
"The average philosopher , " said lien-
peck , musingly , "Is an unreasonable
"What's the matter now ? " asked hl
"Oh , while my wlfo was sitting for
her picture to-day the fool photograpli-
er sung out , 'Look pleasant , please. Bo
natural. ' " Philadelphia Prcwi.
Orccn Grnpe Jelly.
Green-grape Jelly Is unusual and sa-
'ory. With a little care the green fruit
an be procured. Only perfect grapes
hould be used to assure clear jelly.
! 'lck It over carefully and remove the
J items. Place It In a porcelain kettle
I ttul crush It enough to give n little juice.
Cook slowly until the grapes are soft ,
then turn Into a heavy bag and press
sut ttll the Julcoj Strain the Juice M > V-
jral times , If It Is not clear. Measure
the juice and to each pint of It allow a
pound of sugar. Put the strained Juice
Into [ a kettle and let It boll twenty min
utes ; then add the sugar and stir until
the juice Is clear. Grapes do not jelly
\aslly , and a little gelatine lidded will
Creifin one-half cup butter and one
ind one-half cups medium brown sugar ;
idd one cup grated , unsweetened choto-
ate dissolved In half a cup of boiling
water ; next the yolks of two eggs well
) eaten , one-half cup of sour milk after
one teaspoonful of soda has been dis
solved In the same ; two cups of sifted
Hour , and last beaten whites of the two
eggs. Make In three layers. For the
illlng take two cups of granulated
sugar , one-half cup of cream and a
small piece of butter ; boil about ten
minutes , or until It will cream , then re-
tnovo ; beat to proper consistency , and
spread between layers on top of tl > e
Three quarts of barberries , stewed
ind strained ; four quarts of cranber
ries , one cupful of raisins , a large
quince and four small onions , all stew
ed with n quart of water , and strained.
Mix these Ingredients with the bar
berries and add half a cupful of vine
gar , three-fourths of a cupful of salt ,
two cuptuls of sugar , one dessertspoon
ful of ground cloves and one of ground
allspice , two tablespooufuls of pepper ,
two of celery seed and one of ground
mustard , one teaspoonful of cayenne ,
DUO of cinnamon and one of ginger , and
i nutmeg. Let the whole boil one tuiu-
How to WnHli AYoolenw.
No part of the laundry work Is , as a
rule , so unsatisfactory as the washing
of the woolen garments. The structure
of wool tlbre Is so different from that
of linen and cotton that It should re
ceive different treatment In the 'laun
dry. Rubbing ami wringing cause the
wool fibres to knot , thus giving us u
thickened and shrunken fabric ; there
fore woolen goods should be sopped and
squeezed to remove the dirt , and the
water should be pressed out , not wrung
out. Ladles' Home Journal.
The Useful Lemon.
Lemon pulp and peel will remove
stains from the hands and make them
white ; a piece of lemon will remove ink
trom cotton or linen fabrics. If rubbed
on at once.
Lemon will take from porcelain and
china the uprly brown stain from per
manganate of potash.
The juice of a lemon made into a
cream with honey is excellent for a
A little lemon juice cooked with boil
ed rice will keep the grains separate.
Krle'l roriimenl Mnsh.
Mix one pint of comment , one tea-1
spoon of salt and one tablespoon of
Hour with one pint of cold milk. Stir
It gradually into one quart of boiling
water. Stir often , ami cook half an
hour. Then turn It Into a wet bread-
pau , and when cool cut In half-Inch
slices. Cut each slice in two and dip
them in tlour. Fry several slices of
breakfast bacon , drain thrin , fry the
mush In , the fat , and serve the bacon
with the mush.
Itannt I ork.
The chine , or loin , and the spurerlbs
are the best pieces for roasting. Rub
well with pepper or sage , salt and flour ,
and bnko twenty minutes for each
pound. Baste often , and do not have
the oven as hot as for other meat. Roast
[ Kirk Is more wholesome when eaten
cold , and It Is well to cook a large piece ,
but be careful to have It only where the
dr is sharp and frosty , otherwise you
aiay not relish It.
Goo 1 Cookery.
Beware of the frying pau.
Remember that the lobster in n scav
Never forget the virtues of green
Sec that the ubiquitous potato is
roasted rather than boiled.
Consider a properly cooked piece of
meat a more artistic achievement than
nil the "Icings" In the world.
Don't forget that even though foods
be put up attractively they are likely
to be villainous from the digestive
Don't cook vegetables in HO much
water that ull the good goes down the
waste pipe. And don't cook them so
fiercely that flavor , color and form Is
bounced out of them.
Convince yourself that "deviling"
and "croquettlng" are bores save for
utilizing first-class left-overs. Why
make a good , whole-mine chicken mas
querade as a set of paper weights
when she's at her best ?
Depend on no man , on no friend but
him who can depend on himself. lie
only who acts conscientiously towards
himself , will act to towutlfl others.
Tlie Musicians' association absorbed
tlie Dunce Prompters' union , recently
There arc 472 colleges In the TJniM
States , having a total estimated prop
erty value of $150,000,000.
Winter tourist travel is very hcan
to South California over all the roada ,
and the hotels at Los Angelea and
other resorts arc crowded ,
Piso's Cure is the host medlclno vr
over used for all affcctionsof the throat
and lungs. Win. O. Endsley , Vau-
buren , Ind. , Feb. 10 , 1000.
The head of one of Queen Vlctorla'b
prize Hereford steers has been bought
by the British museum as the moat
typical of its class ever produced.
A soldier atSpandau , benton fright
ening a sentry , approached him
stealthily , creeping on all fours. Ho
Jumped up suddenly , and the sentry
shot him dead.
Two Belglnn specialists , who wer&
sent to Glasspow to study the plague
question , decided that , under propOJ
sanitary conditions , the plague is no ?
a serious menace in any European
Nasnl Catavrli qnloltly yieldi to treat-
mout by Ely's Oronra Unltn , which Is agree
ably ftromatio. It Is received through th
nostrils , cloanies and henln the vrholo sur
face over which it diffuses Itnolf. DnigRieU
eell the r 0o. size ; Trml nize by mail , 10
cents. Test it and you are sure to continue
To acoominodnto these who ftro portidl
to the use of atomizers in applying liquids
into the nasal passages for entarrfuil trott-
llet , the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in
liquid form , whioh will bo known as Ely.'o
Liquid Cream Bnlm. Price Including the
praying tube ia 75 cents. Dnifygints or br
mail. The liquid form embodies the raed.
Icinal properties of the solid preparation.
A Tulo of two SeiwtutB.
Congressman Jones , of
tells this story of his father : Direct
ly after tlie war Jones , Sr , was senate
to the state senate. An old slave who
had belonged to him was also elected
to the senate. The two drew adjoin
ing seats. Senator Jones was very
courteous , and in addressing his form
er slave always called him senator.
The old negro stood it for some time
and finally said : "Massa William , I
don't like dis senator business. Kaln'fc .
I come down to yo1 liouse and visift
that cook of yotirn ? I suhtinly woultf
like permission to visit yo' . kitcheo. "
The request was granted , and while
Senator Jones was in his library the
other senator was down in the kltchoe >
visiting the cook.
ON VERGE OF INSANITY.
Mrs. K. A. Dcncon TclU of a CaseTVbort >
a Lnilr Was lu This Serlon * Condfc-
tlon , bat Was Saved.
East Randolph , N. Y. , March 11,1001 ,
( Special. ) Mrs. E. A. Deacon of thlo
town Is Vice-President of the local
Women's Christian Temperance Union.
She is n lady of splendid capabilities ,
and these she has always directed to *
wards the uplifting of humanity. r
What Mrs. Deacon says IB accepted , IR
East Randolph without question. Nt >
one has ever doubted her truthfulness
or honesty of purpose.
Mrs. Deacon says : "My attention
was llrst called to the remarkable cura
tive value of Dodd's Kidney Tirls ,
through the cure of a literary lady wh
was a friend of. mine , and who froa
mental overwork was on the vergfl.pt
Insanity. After the failure of her phy
sician to help her , her husband * wa
advised to have her try Dodd's Kldne/
Pills , which she did with gratifying re
sults. She used five boxes before she-
was completely cured , but nt the ewS
of two months' treatment , she was Dis
own happy , brilliant self once more.
"Feeilug languid and worn out my
self , 1 thought they would perhaps
a help to me , and I am very glad to ay
that two boxes made a new woman of
me. I feel ten years younger , at . 1
the very best of health , and appreciate
that It was entirely through tne uae
Dodd's Kidney Pills. I give them blgV
est endorsement. "
These cases are becoming very con -
inon in Cattaraugus County , and many
ladles have had experiences similar ; t
those of Mrs. Deacon and her friend.
What Dodd's KJdney Pills have done
for these suffering women they will < !
for anyone who gives them a fair trial.
They are 50c a box , six boxes too-
$2.50. Buy them from your local dryp-
glut If you can. If he cannot supply
you , send to the Dodds Medicine C * . ,
Buffalo , N. Y.
There la an end to
acute ( uttering when
St. Jacobs OU
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