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be cured i)V rClllOV- tt obd's S~r- rhemnutism by neutralizing thl~ lg~.ople tell o[ perfect curo~ by parilla rruo Bh~l l't rifler. $1; ~lx Ior $5. act harmoulouMy with noodM ~ar- baDarllllk 25e. Resin. is the hardened Juice of set- of shnlbu o1" small trees, and yellow, but when dry, red- It is used '.n medicine as tO'dr~ss wounds th.at are slow inS, and as a t~th powder to b re gUms wat:h wtlen they a or SOre. Kentucky tIome" Is the twentl- tg In Poster's book of plantation ~, thongh when and under what Stances it was composed cannot -~tly state~l One writer on musi- 'i.S says ihat it was suggested lesion that Foster heard a slave 'o his fornmr home in the Blue [L-TALE-IF s. ..... TE ACE in by Many American ~onlen. [~PE~IA]. TO OUS LADY RKADESa,~ "tell-tale fact; " is worn by many a Women, and is a symptom of a signal of distress. While women do all in their power to hide their condition, the practised eye soon detects the trouble. When pains and aches are felt in every part of the body, when faint- ~ness, dizziness, and that bearing-down feeling prevail, when loss of sleep and appetite are re- 'ducing flesh daily, when the society of friends is irksome, and the hopeless "blues" predomi- nate, then the face is pinched, haggard, and careworn, and prompt relief is nec- essary, or a beauti- ful life will be sacri- ficed. An American wo- man, Lydia E. Pinkham, ~t student of women and their diseases, twenty years ago succeeded : an absolute cure for all dis- WOmen. Lydia E. Pi~kham's Compound stands to-day as it Wampler, of Barabo, Wis., were permitted to pub- YeRr, writes hopes Sirs. continue as the m newspa- account of SCREEN-DOOR HINGE. T~I= One I[as ~any Points of Advan- tage Over Old Styles. T~e illustration, taken from the Scien- tific American. l'eln'esents a siruple and hlexl)ensive fol'nl of hiuge 1)3" lne~allO of wllie~l a do~)r nnly be held In l)o~itioD find readily removed any nunlber of 1:lines by slniply unst.rewing "t nut. ivitl~out tin, necessity of renloving wood screws or other fastenltig devices in- set.ted In the woo~l of the door catdng. The hinge is at,arched to tile si,llo of the ~cI'eell or other (l(xw, and is coln- posed of two ports, connected by a Highest of all in Ueavening Power.---Latest U. S. Gov't Report Q pivot phi on which Is coiled a sI)ring. The outer leaf of the hinge has at its rear edge a central projection with transverse /~q'oove on lib Uln[er .side, t I but a long way behind it. Ariel Bar- d'Ita.s of tile needy, hun~,n'y, tattered l~ [ ] ney, tlle angel ~.'hlhl of the theatrical mob. till ~ J profession, had tim pleasing task of .... III1 I wren,ling wlth unpaid actors, betel andThe toae . Mother IIIIIIIIIlU //~ x.M/ | rallw,ay hills. Even his neckties were Has found that her Httle ones are Ira- till]HI[ill //j ~ [ ] subdued and the stripes Iu Ills trousers proved more by the pleasant laxative, IllllIllllll :" S/.. I k | w r; chastened l)y the ,:me the first Syrup ot Figs, Wheal need of the laxa- II1@111 (e~ (/) 14. ~-:-~ //:1 week of "The Glohc Trotter's" career five effect of a gentle remedy than by Illll/lltlll h,,k ~/~~\ '~w [ / In this city had co iue to an end. To anYble tother'themandc, hthat It lSenjoymOreltaceepta-and It III/1[1111[I ltll/t~-J/:~,~ ~ \ | gill his ettl) the company individually lldren IIl/llllllll / and e~lleetlvely informed hhn one benelitsthem, l'he true remedy, Syrup IIIHNII tlllilllll / / wai'm afternoon 'ltla,t unless they were of Figs, Is manufactured by the Canfor- I|IINIII Illlllllll ~ |~ [ / paid soulet)r'ng on acconut they would nia Fig Syrup Co. only. I/I/NIII llllll ~J '1 not go on the stage tliat night. So Mr. To the average eye ,lot more than /ll[llltllll ~ I ~V / B-u-net went to ,lie telegraph otlice and 5,000 thousand stars are visible; some /ll[/lll/}fi lilll~d3 1 ~ I sent tills message: persons having extraordinarily strong /I/[/IIIIIH lilt[ "~ I / I""~ 1 E.E. Rice, New York: Conqmny re- eyes can see about S,O00 stars. Through /l/[lllllt~ (lllk ~ ! ~ fuses to go nn to-night unless you give the IAck telescope and other powerful ~s~ t i ~t-ov, vtsihle. There 'u'e believed to be stars ["Back fla.uett.~" " te am ve" ' ' in existence beyond the reach of any ~~l hours' ,tithe: telescope yet constructed. ~.~..~.~_2)u~ - Ariel B-trney, Chicago: Give them my ~ t kindest regards. E.E. RICE. Croup is quicldv relieved, and whooping Cough greatly h'elped, and its duraion tIINGE FOR A SCREEN l)OOn. I shortened by I)r. D. Jayne's Expectorant, ...... .~..----~1 Confinement and Hard Work as slu>~ n In tim ~mall figure ttdapt~d ' ( ' ' I Indoors, particularly In the sitting posture, the old family stand-by for Coughs and to receive and tit over a l'L~]l~lced portion [ are far more prejudicial to health than ex- Colds, and all Lung or Throat affections, '. 1~. 1. + l ,t, ) ,-..q ~-,~, th~ oa~i.l,, [ eesslve inuseular exertion In the open air. o,,,ula.e e~pa ea t( it=,, .- ~' ~ ~'" ~"~" ~*'~'~ ~IHard sedentary workers are far ton weary A pathetic case Is reported from Des or frame