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ASBESTOS AND JTS USES. " "' vl&-a .. ' Q
A Onecr 3ZlncraI That Serves Xot a 3?ow
"Here is s towel that is nevemvoshed and
yet is always kept clean," said.a chemist to
a reporter, handing to him act the same
time what appeared to the eycand touch
to be nothing more nor less tlixm. an ordin
ary .pices of coane cotton toweling.
"What sort of laundry do yon. send it
tof' was the natural query.
"This kind," replied tho man of science,
Colng over to tho corner of his laboratory
and stuffing the towel into a small stove
that was burning "brightly there for chem
T understand," said the visitor. Xou
never use such a towel morothan once'
"You aro very much mistaken there," re
sponded tiro chemist. "I use such towels
almost forever and they almost neverwear
With that he lifted off tho bd of tho
stovo again and took out the towel with,
the tonga, dipping it in cold water, and
then, handing it once more to the news
"Whs-," ex claimed tho latter, "it is not
even injured! What is it made of?"
"It"is made of rock." answered the chem
ist; ""but a very peculiar kind of rock so
peculiar, indeed, that the ancients supposed
the stuff of which this towel is woven to
v nf n vnswfcable nature. They used to
wrap bodies that wero to be burned in i
cloths made ox tho same uax nas suu
ctance in order to keep the ashes from be
inff lost among the charred wood of the
"Bat what is it called?"
"You have often heard of it under the
name of 'asbestos,' though very few people
apparently have any notion as to what it
really is. Enormous deposits of it exist in
Canada and elsewhere. It is a form of a
very hard rock called hornblende, and is
found in strata of a fibrous consistency
readily divisible into silky strands resem
bling fla. This likeness has given it the
name of 'earth flax.' You can seo for your
self from this towel how much it looks like
a vegetable fabric when woven. An asbes
tos towel may be used for pretty nearly tho
samo purposes as an ordinary towel, and,
when it is dirty, all you have to do is to
throw it into tho fire and rake it out after
a little while perfectly clean."
"Is asbestos used for any other purposes
dn these days?"
"Oh, yes. It is employed for roofing ma
terial, boiler felting, paper stock and in
tho mixing of nreproot paints lor stage
scenery. Also clothes for firemen and
gloves to handle red hot iron with aro made
of it. Sometimes the mineral is found in
thin sheets of interlaced fibers, known as
'mountain leather.' Elsewhere it is not in
frequently procured in thick sheets, and in
that condition is called 'mountain cork.' "
The vegetablo and plant life on the Ca
nary Islands has not so luxurious a growth
as that which is found on the Madeiras.
Noverthele&s there is a great variety of in
teresting plants which well repay the at
tention of botanists, and some part& of the
islands are like beautiful gardens.
Of all the botanical wonders which can
be seen there the one which is perhaps
most worthy of special mention is the
dragon tree (dracama draco). Alexander
von Humboldt was the first one to direct
attention to this gigantic tree.
The example of this kind of tree which
was measured by hi:n was in the garden
region of Orotava, on the northern coast of
tho island of TenerilTe, and had a trunk
circumference of seventy-nine feet. Hum
boldt reckoned its age to be ten tnousand
fears, but the latest critical researches
prove-that ho placed the age much too high.
Tho next largest tree of tins species which
Is laiown todt.y is the dragon tree of Icod
lie los Binos, on the western coast of Tcn
fcrifrc. This tree was carefully measured in 1857,
and again in 1S81. The first time the cir
cumference of the trunk, at the height of
a little less than threo meters from the
ground, was found to be nine and one-half
meters; twenty-seven years later it was
eleven meters, seventy centimeters, more
than tldrty-oight feet. The tree, therefore,
1im been proved to increase in sizo much
more rapidly than Humboldt supposed.
The top of this tree is of thick clusters of
sword shaped leaves on rather soft, pliable
branches, and spreads out in a very piefc
urcsquo manner. Youth's Companion.
A Point for Persons Going Abroad.
Tho other day I went down to sec a friend
oil for Europe. I found him walking the
dock of the steamer with a small black mo
rocco bound book in his hand, on each
covpr of which was stamped prominently
a large gold cross. As my friend's religious
belief is ntther of a negative than positive
character I was somewhat surprised to see
him with tuch a look in hi? hand, and
doubtless expressed my surprise in my
look. "Ilrt' ha!" lie exolaimwi, as ho caught
my eye, ' it's a great scheme, my boy." He
opened his book and I saw that it was a
copy ofBaedeker't. "Central Italy." "You
see," he continued, "tho red covered Bae
deker is an advertisement to tho guides
and hotel people and shopkeepers all over
Europe that its holder is a tourist, and
consequently tho fellow who carries It
around with hiui is annoyed at every stop.
I had this cover which I can apply to any
volume of Baedeker made for me he last
timoT wjjj abroad, and it wived mo :vlc$Tof
liiffloyance. "With it I havo walked into
soores of churches as a legitimate wor
shiper where, otherwise, I should have
been beset by guides, beggars and door
openers at every step." New York Star.
Cp In tho "World.
Duffer Hgw's Diamond getting on,
31uffer Splendidly J Splendidly! He
Lrs "made- a si eat hit.
Duffer What! he doinc:?
B" ufer Plaj iug ball. Chlcagi
"THE PRODUCTION of an abundant
1 growth of hair, of a silk-liko texture
and of tho original color, often results
from tho use, by those who have become
bald or gray, of Ayer's Hair Vigor:
"I was rapidly becoming gray and
luld : but aftr u-msr two or threo
bi'fles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair
prew thick and glossy and the origi
nal color was restored-' M. Aldnch,
naan Centre, X. U.
" A trial of Ayer's ITair Vigor has con
vinced me of "its merits. Its use has
nit only caused the hair of my wifo and
daughter to be abundant and glossy, but
it has given my nuher stunted "mus
tache a respectable length and appear
ance." R. Brittou, Oakland, Ohio.
"I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor for
the past four or lio years and rind it a
most satisfactory dresmg for the hair.
Ir L-all that I could desire, beinc: harm
less, causing the hair to retain its
n mral color, and requiring but a mall
quantity to render the hair eay to ar
rrng" Mrs. M A. Bailey, 9 "Charles
st, Haverhill, .Mass.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
EoW by Druggists and Pcrfuxaere,
rif-5 LSnnnif 5?
lowest Prices in the City. Largest Stocfc in the State
CHAS. T. CHAMPION,
WHOLESALE HEADQUARTEKS FOR
-lii- BOOKS. ST", STATIONERY,
Office and Typewriter Supplies.
118 East Douglas Avenue,
GETTO-McCLUNG BOOT AKD SHOE CO.
Jlanuracturers and Wholesale Dealers In
All goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully filled.
135 and 137-xT Market Street, ----- Wichita, Kansas.
GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS,
Steam Engines, Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Rubber and
Hemp Packing. Steam Fittings, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds of Ma-
chincrv a Specialty. Orders promptly tilled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds of castings made.
A. FLAGG-, Proprietor.
The Stewart Iron Works,
Architectural, "Wrought and Cast
Iron "Work for Buildings.
Factory: South "Washington Avenue
iASAS SPRING BED CO.
Feathers and Manufacturers of "Woven
"Wire Mattresses, Cots and Cribs.
Canvas and Upholstered Cotb,
Spring Beds, Mattresses,
Pillows and Bedding.
S. E. Cor., 2nd St. and Mead Ave
ianos and Organs
Sheet music and books. All kinds of muslca
Koods. Brass liand and orchestra music. Ia31aui
street, Wichita, Kansas.
Trimble Bros. & Tlirelkeld,
Special attention to mail orders.
110 E Douglas, - Wichita, Kan
AEEY FURNITURE CO.
Wholesale and Uetall Dealers m
255 and 257 Xorth Main Street.
D. AY. STALLIXGS & SOXS,
STALKS PAUiOLE TOILET SOAP
JlbeaiiMnVs the complexion and keeps tho
oklu sort, smooth clear and healthy. Tor
bulo by druglsti and grocers.
526 Chicago Ace. - Telephone 9!)
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Figs, Dates, Cigars, Foreign and Domestic Nuts, Cider,
Paper Bags, Paper Boxes. Candy Jars, Trays, Etc.
21n and 217 South Main St.. Wichita, Kansas,
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles 12. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
BAKER, BLASDEL & CO.,
COB. MAKKET AND FIRST STS., WICHITA. KAN.
Manufacturer.s wholesale, transfer and forwarding agents, and dealers
in carriages, wagons, farm implements, wind mills, scales, engines and
threshing machinery. We have- on hand a full line of the following manufac
turers goods that we can ship at quick notice:
Studebakor Bros. Mfir. Co.. South Bend. Ind.; Enterprise Carriage Co..
Cincinnati, Ohio; Hoover A: Cfamble. Miamisburg. Ohio; Hsterly llarvessting
Co.. Whitewater. " is.; Fairbauk, Moore Ac Co., Chicago, 111.: Walton Plow Co.,
Bloomingtoii. 111.; Pekin Plow Co.. Pekin, 111.; Avery Planter Co.. Peoria, 111.;
.Ino. Dodds J fay Rack Co.. Dayton, Ohio.; Frick Engine Co.. Waynesboro,
Penn.; Massilton Thrasher Co.. Massilton. Ohio: Krugslornd Ac Douglas Mfg.
Co., St. Louis, Mo.; Huber Engine Co., Marion, Ohio.
The late Abraham Bonnaficld, cleric of
the county court of Tucker county, W.Ya.,
was born without legs over tlf ty years ago.
Yet he was nn excellent cavalry soldier in
tho Confederate army all through tho late
John Orth, the ex-Arohdukc John of
Austria, has established himself in busi
ness afc Buenos Ayres. He intends soon to
go to Valparaiso as agent for an English
house in managing shipments of saltpatro
aad other articles.
Jco Friend, known to tIie police of sev
eral cities as tho boy traveler, is now work
ing for a living in San Frsncjsco. The
boy's parents live in Chicago, but thoy
can't keep him home. He is only 12 years
old and has wandered over thousands of
Stephen B. Elkans' mountain home In
West Yirginia is built on a peak from
which a view of thirty miles may be hod.
The house is moro liko a baronial castle
than a residence. The surrounding mount
ains are full of trout streams and game
, ZeZiSft.'!Z. 1
Mr. Kidlots Gjt a terriblo sIotv
Stable Kocpcr "Well, yaas.
ilr. Kidlots Reslar old procrastina
tor? Stable Keeper Yaas.
Mr. Kiclots Havo him round to mj
hitchin' ixxst at 10 o'clock to-nighr. One
of mv daughters is oin' to jlope, ta
Sra ant tn raake a show of letchia, hgc,
Summer Sporting Goods.
' 0. 'Efeenmayrr Sr. Milling and Elevator Co., of
Halstead, Kan., carry a full lino of hard and soft
wheat Hour at their agency in this city, fceudfor
prices and catnples.
OTIO "WEISS, Agfnt. 25.1 X Main. Wichita.
Saddlery Hardware. Manufacturer of Uppers.
Leather and findings, hides, furs, ool and robes.
1-7 Douglas Aenue, cor. Water St., Wichita, Kau.
SWAB & G-LOSSER,
And Jobbers of "Woolens and Tail
145 JV" 31a in Street, - Wichita.
WICHITA BOTTLING AYOBKS,
OTTO ZIJIMERMAXX, Prop.
Bottlers of Ginjrer Ale. Champagne
Cider, Sada "Water, Standard ZS'erve
Food, also General "Western
Agents for ffiu, J.Leinp's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and WacoSts., - Wichita.
B. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS AND SILYERYTEAP..
100 li! Douglas Ave., - Wichita.
M. A. McKENZIE.& CO.
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons and all Styles of Vehicles, and jobbers in
Carriage Builders Supplies. Buggies, single or in car load lots.
Cor. First and Wichita Streets. - - Wichita, Kansas.
"How's life with you, Miss Snipr
somebody asked the seamstress, and
Miss Snip replied:
"Oh, sew, sew." Soinerville Journal.
At the Atnlctic Club Window.
Alfy It's hard work looking out at
the girls this hot weather.
Regy Ta-as; but one must ta!-,e some
Tlie Edible Banana.
The edfble banana, it is said, is knotvn
to seed only in one small spot on earth, the
Andaman Islands. However this may be,
it-is universally grown from suckers. Its
cultivation in the "West Indies has vastly
increased during the p&st fifteen years,
owing to the demands of the United States
for its cheap, wholesome and luscious
fruit. About 400 or 500 trees are planted
to the acre, and the plantations are called
"banana walks." The tree fruits the first
year, explains Garden and Forest, and the
expense of cultivation is so small that a
bunch of bananas delivered at the sea
coast need havo cost its owner no more
than four or five cants, while it may be
sold in the winter months for from twelve
to eighteen cents, and in the spring months
for four times as much. There are risks
attending banana cultivation, however,
for the thievish necoes often seriously de
crease the value of a crop, and it may be
entirely swept aipay in a single hour by a
The Wort Performed by a Watch.
Horticultural Review tells how a skill
ful watchnisker one day thus reasoned
with a customer. "You complain," he
said, "tii &t your watch gsins & minute a
month. Well, then, you will congratulate
yourself after you have beard me. You
are aware that in your watch the balance,
which is the regulator, mixes five oscilla
tions every second, which is 432,000 a day,
so that your watch, exposed to all the vicis
situdes which heat and cold occasion it,
the varying weight of the air and the shak
ing to which it is subjected, has not varied
more than one minute lu a month, ox two
seconds a day. It has only acquired with
each vibration ef th?s balance a variation
of the 21c,0C0th part of one second. Judge,
then, what musi be the tJXtreme'pejri'sctioa
oi the mechanists of t-Wg-ir.w-
Cis'ar Headquarters. Cor. Main and Pirst Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Seed us a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
F INLAY ROSS-
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
The Largest Establishment in the State.
1ST os. 119 and 121 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
J. W. HAWN & CO.,
Wholesale Grain and Commission Merchants.
Elevators, on A. T. & S. P., Prisco and Missouri Pacific Tracks.
COENEE & FABNTBT,
EOTAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers, Teas,
CofTees, Spices, Extracts, Baking
Powders, Bluing:. Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Ave.
3Ianufacturer. Wholesale and Retail
SADDLES & SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 JE Douglas Are, Wichita, IZan
BUER FUEXETUEE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Douglas Ave.
FOEEST CITY COAL CO.,
Wholes-ile and Retail Dealers in
Weir City and Bich Hill Coal ,
119 y Water St., - Wichita, Kan
E J. FOSTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Qneensware, China. Glassware, Fancy
Goods, Plaited Ware and Decor-
arted Ware of all Kinds.
Lamps and oil a specialty.
219 Douglas Auc. - Wichita, Kan
THE JOHNSTON & LAPJMER DRY GOODS CO.,
Dry : Goods, : Notions :
Complete Stock in
119, 121 & 123 N Topelva Ave.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GrEOCERY CO.,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixture".
Sole agents for the state for Grand l.epubiic"' cigars, also sole proprietors of
the "Royalty" and "La lnuocencia" brands. d5
WICHITA TRMK FACTOEY,
II. 1WSSFIELD, Proprietor,
Manufacturer Of, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Shawl and Trunk
Straps, Pocket Books, Willow Ware, Etc.
125 W. Dona-lets Ave.
THE WICHITA OVERALL AKD
MAXUrACTL'REItS AND JOBBERS OP '
Overalls, Jeans, Cassimcre and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Vesta; i
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts; Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
raciory aim Salesroom lo'j a. 'lopeka,
"When You nave a Gocd Thins Talre It."
A writer in western muring journal
says that a standard subject of discussion
in mining camps is the opportunities that
have been misssd by Ufose among its deni
zens who made great strikes, bnt failed to
realize therefrom, and he states that "when
you have a gocd thing take h" is devel
opins: into a proverb anon? miners. He
gives several iustances in fflustration of
hi point, and among them m th of a New
Mexico miner wbo held $300500 mining
stock based upon properties in a district
that is now practically unknown. Tho ox
citcnoent at the time referred to, however,
was at red heat. The nxrner was offsred
840,000 for his wealth of paper, but ha
passed. He sold out ten y,ers afterward
for $500 and then maie a first does trade.
In those days, moreover., mining exchanges
were more reputable than they are now.
He Eat Ice.
The son of a rich Gemrui-Americau
banker constantly carries aboai with him
a little tin box which mr.ny beceve con
tains candy, but wbich really contains
cracked ice. The young man eats ice all
the year round and always attracts more
cries? attention when he whips out the
box in the cars or at the theatre or wher
ever ho happens to ho. Ha has some
stomachic troubhx This liking of ice ha3
come to be a passion, which, being a
banker, he is able to gratify. New Tork
Greene Ho can Kck you, can't he?
Bryton He! Why. he couldn't wake
me up in fifteen- minutea'with a Eehoe
"The prisoners--workflike a cham."
"How that? Rr.hsd of a rka?v
r-ew xcrs World.
The quickest, strongest and. purest
Dry Hop Yeast on the market. "Will
keep a year in any climate.
Price. 5 cents per package of 7 cakes
For sale by all wholesale and retail
Manuiactured by Corner fc Farnum
factory ooruer Kellogg and Mosley
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
1 50 3" Market St., Wichita, Kan
Photograhers1 : Supplies!
102 JE Douglas A veu uc.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALEY
Manufacturers and Dealers in
All kinds of cans for shipping; purposes, rulta,
baking powder, etc
213 South. Main, Wichita, Kan.
Tlie Hyde X Humble Sta. Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Books : and : Stationery,
Wall Paper, Wrapping Papers.
114 JV Main St., - Wichita, Kan
WICHITA STEAM "LAUSDEY.
Malccs a specialty of doing work for
outbide towns and cities. Agents
wanted everywhere. Write for terms.
Best Work in the State.
and : Furnishing : Goods.
all the Departments.
----- Wichita, Kansas.
SHIRT MANUFACTURING CO.
Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
Only a ttes did I ber of her,
Oae littla kiss of le;
Soraetiilni' to help me bear the pais
Of partisMT ne'er to-mest agals.
White down o'er tiw wayin nekls of grail
Sa't shone tho siurs abOTe.
FiaUxtreaWed the beautiful lids
"Quick" for I must away
"I caacetV tb answer cana with a moan;
"TionjU I lata you, darllc?, the truth cruet 1m
Hy tiaj kiies are all full nfjv.ii, ,
And a lt loss clout ust, I pray,
1 ic it happens my moutViaa't built that way f.
Ovid Britt lu Judfo.
A Bad Quotation.-
"1 do love yen, Mabel You know it la
in the spring a young.iaarr's fancy lightly
turns to thotgjiets of iove.' "
"So I thought. No, sir; no lightly spring
turns for mei I'waut the-houeafc affection
that shows itaelin the ontnmu, when tho
theatres and bails commence, Good-by,
ilr. Brown." Harper1 Boxur.
Some thins Tnutual.
yLiss Frorisqufi I always thought 3r.
Slowbcy very bashful and retacias, bus
last night he actually kissed me.
Miss Cauatique Dear me! How sur
prised you must have feltlEpoch.
vmixz ratSsno can De ccoiea as a.rrs!
tute for tnrarps, to wbicaK.iaejaajJe pre
Beets ovt their natriti&TTJ qualities to
the sngsrsfey eontatn, which- asjuurji to
about 9p33 cent.
TyrotosSxia. the gpedai poison of ice
cream, aaci cheese, is dcseloed shrsugh a
chsnucabactoacu mSk. BetelMadL
Blacktribboas are bsgiasriDg to bs-much
thFaBcucoarm doauae, aMxli7.trUh
u; vwi j'bo.i;-
Offihe SQ8 new roses .produced during
ISSp. 78 are credited to France, and but 5
to-tho United States.
A marine on duty at the navy yard is
unable "to speak above a whisper, in conse
quence of having habitually eaten guapow
cer for years.
The deepest running stream that is
known is the Niagara river, just under the
suspension bridge, whore it is 700 feet deep
by actual measurement.
The, lfttie bronze Yictoria cress is prob
ablpho sroudest of all modern war decor
atitos. Its ownccs, counting living and
'.lead, number only 430 persons.
It is estimated that; S3, 112,000 is invested
in the Dvjlaware river sturgeon fishery in
dustry. The catch of 1S90 is Talced at
$400,000, and 2,072 men arc employed.
Pineapple growing has become a large
industry in Florida. The Melbourne News
says: "From 150 to 400 crates of pineapples
come up on every trip of the St. Lucie."
The percentage of light lost in passing
through window glass is, thrcmsh clear
glass, 12 per cent.; slightly ground, S4;
half Ground, S3; all ground, 4.0, and. opal
Negroes of all ages axo attending sihool
at Meansville, Ga. One negro womta. 73
years ld, goes and carries her children,
and a" negro man, S5 years old. attend
school and is in his A, B, Cs.
One of the peculiar indnttrics of Kern
county, Cal., is the collection cad shipment
of horned toads. They arc sold to the Chi
nese,"who use them for medicinal purposes.
They axe considered especially valuable ha
the treatment of rheumatism.
The fact that the waves of the North sea
differ in shape when caused by northeast
winds under high pressure from those
caused by a southwest wind with low
barometer is considered as a proof that the
air in an anti-cyclone is a descending cur
rent and the air in a cyclone an sacending
By saturating bullets with vaseline they
may be easily seen in their course from the
rifle to the target. Their trajectory course
is marked by a beautiful ring o i smoke
caused by tho vaseline being igmitrd on
leaving the mnzzle of the gun, the smoke
being suspended for some time in tho air if
not too windy.
The largest room in tho world, under one
roof and unbroken by pillars, is at St.
Petersburg; it is 020 feet long by 150 in
breadth; by daylight it is used formilitary
displays, and a battalion can compJetely
maneuver in it; 20,090 wax tapers are re
quired to light it; tho roof of this building
is a single arch of iron.
Bees, it is said, object to thrive if dishon
estly como by; on tho contrary, they forth
with pino away and die.
Tho swarming of bees on a piece of dead
wood is regarded as a sure sign of death in
Komo districts of England.
In some parts of England tho entrance
of a bnmble bee into a cottage is looked
upon as a certain sign of death.
To fcell bee? for money is considered a
most unlucky proceeding, bnt thi-ymay be
bartered away and all will yo rignt
Quarrelsome people, if inclined to livo in
the country and keep bees, are warned to
mend their ways or their hives will soon
In France, when the mistress dies, tho
custom is to tap thrice on the hive, repeat
ing these words in French: "Little bees,
your mistress is dead."
It is a common saying in Hampshire,
England, that bees do not succeed at all in
storing up honey whenever there are wars
abroad. London Standard.
In some parts of England tho bees nro
not only informed of a death in the family,
but their apiaries aro decked with crape
and the bees aro invited to the funeral.
Informing bees of a death in a family is
a custom still practised in mpjoy parts of
England. If the necessary formalities were
not fully conformed with tho cees would
certainly take offense and leave their luvcs,
never to return.
In Lithuania, Poland, when tho maater
or the mistress of the house dies, not only
tho bees, but the hvo stock generally are
supposed to be acquainted with Bhe fact by
the rattling of a bunch of keys, and if this
were omitted it is thought thu stock would
The devil grins when he hears of a man
of forty trying to reform.
Tho real dangerous things arc usually
regarded as perfectly safe.
A true friend is always doubtful of his
attractiveness to his friends.
Irony has saved many men from egotism,
and many women from vanity.
Justice carries a two edged sword, but
mercy purposely goes unarmed.
In most cases where people arc wronged
there is contributory negligence.
If you would be popular with all men,
reprove the wise and flatter the foolish
If you had baan deceived an often as the
world you would be juht a incredulous.
Yon hear very little about idealism from
the man who haa tried to ba hi own. idoaL
Bright eyes and dull ; near sighted ; far sighted ; any
body (except those who won't, and they are worse than
blind) can see at a glance the advantages gained by
using PE ARLI XE. We do not expect everyone will sec
it, but millions do, and the number increases every day.
Delicate women and strong, wonder at the amount of
work they can do with the aid of PEAR LI NE the time
saved ; the satisfactory results, and when they have vsad
it for years they realize that everything that is washed or
cleaned with PEARLIXE lasts longer. This is very
simple PEARLINE does away with most of the rob
bing the greatest wear and tear that clothes arc sub
jected to is the repeated rubbings necessary to keep them
clean with ordinary soap. Your own interests shoukl
lead you to use it, if you do your own work and value
your fine linens and flannels ; the latter reason shoold
surely convince any bright woman that it is to her interest
to see that her servants use it. PEARLINE makes a
saving- all around.
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A diet of fruit and vegetables is the most
Artichoke are the better for being slight
ly stale when used
Parsnips properly cooked should be as
soft and mealy aa a potato.
Excellent sandwiches cm be made of pate
do foi gras and brown bread.
Tha acid of the cuenmbor comes from a
peculiar insredient called fungiu.
Martlcej. Cal., October 2. ISSi
I could hardly wal V or lie down froia lame
back, suffered several -weeks. St, Jacobs Oil
permanently cured me, other remedies hv
Ins fci-ed to Jo so. FRED. HITTilA Jf.
Clovertlale. Ind., Feb, S, 1SS7.
Froi & bad cuW pains settled in niy back
and I kuaered preatly confined tobrdisd
could hardly move or turn. I tried St. Jacobs
Oil, WliJjh cured me I do not fear recurrence:
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