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Fohr Facts For
Lydia E. Pinhham's Vcgetabh Compound
Ilas an Ufitqualled Kecoid of Cures
Mrs. 'Pinkliam's Advice h Couiden
tial, Frte, and alwai's Ilelpful
Fiiwt. That ulmost every operatlon
ln ourkaapltalsperformed upon women
becomes micessury through ucgleut of
uch yinptoins ns backuchc, irregulur
afitl paduful incnstruatiou, loucorrhoea,
dlsplaceineuts o( tlie utorus, pain in
the slde, burning scusutiou in the stora
nch, bearlng-down palns, ntirvousness,
dlzilntas and sleeplessness.
Second. The mcdiclne that holds
tho record for the largest number of
absoluto cures of fenialc ills is Lydia
. Pinkhain's Veget'able Comp6und.
It regulate's, s'trcngthens ancT cures
diseases of the fcmale organism as
nothlng olse' can.
Por thirty years it haa been helplng
womeu to be strong, curing backache,
nervousness, kldney troubles, alluter
ine and bvavlan Inflamrnutton, weak
lieis and dtsplacemuuts, regulatiug
menstruatlou perfectly and overcom.
ing its pattfs! It haa u'lso proved itself
invaluable in preparing for childblrtb,
and the chan'ge ot Ufe.
Tiiird. Tlie great volume of unso
licited and grateful testimonials on 111 e
at tho Plnkhnm I.aboratory at Lynn,
JJass., manVof vrhlch are froin tlrno to
tirue published by perinlssion, glve ab
olute evldence ot the value of Lydia
E. Pinkhain's Vegetablo Compound and
Mra. Pinlchain's udvlce.
Fourth. Every ailing woman in the
U&Ud States is asked to accept the
ollowlnn- invltutlpn. It ls free.. rtill
fSisfySjvS.-' '"J.iru "iuu way suvo your
Mro, Plnkham's Standln g In vltat lon
te WOma.---"Vomeu suffering froin any
form of feuiale wcakness aro invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs Pink
ham, at Lynn, Mass. All lctters aro
recelved, opened, read and unswered
by women only. From sy rapbDrns glven,
your troubl'e roay bo located and the
qulcke&t and surest way "of recovery
advised. Out of tho vast volumo of ex
perlence ln ireatlng fentale ills Mrs.
Pinkham projbably haa the vcry kuowl
edye that wlll help your case. Surely,
any woraan, rleh or poor, is very f ooliih
if she does not take ad'vantage of this
genSrous dffer of asalfttanc.
By Leased Cable.
The anarchist hnd Just hurled the
Slmultaneously the democratlc head
of Presldent Loubet and the royal
pate of Alfonzo XIII. ducked to avold
tho flying fragments.
"M. le Presldent," muttered tho
boy klng, "which one ot us do you
thlnk that fellow was after?"
With frue Gnllic politeness, Loubet
dlsclalmed the honor.
"After you, my dear Alfonse!" he
murmured, bowlng deeply. Cleveland
Ingenloui Engllsh "Duffero."
Few people know of the hundrod
and 0110 curious professlons by which
nfen make thieir llvlng. In London,
for instance, "duffing" glves regular
employment to a number of men.
These indfvlduals pnrchase cheap
Jewelry and gilt rings and attempt to
pawn them'for more than their value.
A LOVELY COMPLEXION
NatT Torlt Iadr Proves That Every AVo.
tnan Slay naire It liy Utlns
lfr. Jl. Keichenberg, VIR! Of tlie TVell
knom jeiyeler, of 146 Kulton St., New
iVork, sajrs: "1 had a friend who was just
ly proud 'of her complexion. When asked
what gave her such a brilliant and love
ly complexion, she replied, A liealtliy
woman can be sure ot a fine akin it she
will do as 1 do, nse plenty of Cuticura
Soap ahd water.' She iiisieted that 1 fol
low her ejample, which 1 did with 'gpeedy
convictlon'.' 1 find that Cuticura Soap
keeps the'skiri soft, white and clear, ahd
prerents teeu and roug;hneas."
Mrs. Uperswell Ah', Dorothy, why
lsn't brother WHHe at our party, too?
Doroth'y rle was a good bdy all
day, so ma, said he needn't come.
Asslsted by Cuticura Ointment,
the'great Skln Cure, for prserving,
purifying, and beautifylng the skin,
for cleansing the scajp of crusts,
scales, and dandruff, and the stop
ping of falling hair, for softening,
vhitening,and socthing red, rougli,
and sore hands, for baby rashes,
itchings, and chafings, in the form
of baths for annoying irritations
and Inflammations, or undue per
spiration, in the form of washes for
ulcerative weaknesses, and for
which readily suggesttherhselves,
as well as for all the purposes of
the toilet, bath, and nursery.
Sold Ulioq t oot th votld. PetirDrairkCiim.OM)b
U A Bkl Wll known-ml)itlou wintnlto
IWl A BH lnttrt lnvvnlor In a muranttrtl
lilpfrcrntttofk. 6 ptr hrc. An
nctpttonal opportunlty for the rlKht mn. Addre m
with t Utt two nfrrenrti, Huswll Orar, VinnX
Arnl. OtAt and Onrden Bli, I)rlllniiy. 1'blUdtl-
THE STORM KINC.
I nm Storm The Kingt
I live in fortreaa of lire and clond,
You may hear my battcrica, harp and
i:i tliu BUinmcr nialit
Wliuu I and my Iickcs arm for tho figlit,
And the birclies moan,
And the ccdars Krot,
As tliey liciul bi'ncath thc terrible spilug
Of Storin-Tlie KIiibI
I anl Stoini Tlie Kingl ....
My troopa ate thc winds and the liail and
My fot'H the lakes and the leaves and thc
The obatinnte oak
That guards his front to my cuarge tnd
Thc sliiiii on the sea.
The hlooins on the lea,
And they writhe and break as the war-
Of Storm The Kingl
I am Storm The King!
I saw an Armadn eet sail from Spain,
To redden with blood a maiden s reign,
I baffled the host
With blow in the face on the island coast,
And tore proud deck
To splinters and wreck,
And the Saxon poets the praiies sing
Of Storm The Kingl
I nm Storm The Kingl
I scour the earth and the sea and the air
And drajf the wiithing'trees by the'h'air.
nim cnasti inr gamc
The (loEcrt dust and the prairie tlame,
The mountain snow,
And the nrctic floe,
And never is folded plume or wing
Of Storm-The King!
PITY OF IT.
BY MARY PEABODY ,SA WYER ,
OT it niust be done, Wll
llam," sald hls wife, her
lio.'id sllghtly rnlsed and
her gray eyes sharp with
"I shonld be dreadfully raortlfled not
to do as much for Ellse as Chaiios dccs
for hls childien. Well, not exnctly ns
much in every way, uo, of cotirse, -we
really couldn't expect her to hnve so
much jewelry and as raany aw frocks.
But to have Ellse look oltl-UsliIoncd
and not have sultable thlngn for her
little pnrties why it is poslth ily em
barrasslng to her nud huuilllates me."
M'llllam Solfdny avolded hls wlfe's
gaze, aud methodlcally urranged hls
uecktle. He was n plain niau, viith
a kindly smllo when ho was not dls
turbed by hls ambltious wlfe and
"Well, Willlam, can't you tell me
whether you can let mo hnve Iwo
muulred dollors or uot this weck?"
"I don't see how I can, Ellza. I've
had a liavd winter at thc store and n
good mnny nccounts overdHe. I wlsh
I could mnke ns rauch money as
Ohnrles, but I can't seem to do it, any
way. He ls a good talker am smart.
You knbw, Ellza, that I've worked
hard for tlie last twenty-flve years,
early nnd late."
"Oh, I don't accuse you of being
lazy," remarkcd Mrs. Sollday, tartly;
"whnt I would llke to see ls somethlng
to show for all your work. Oha'rles
doesn't get to hls odlce tlll nlne and
is always through nt nve, aud niakes
nt least a hundred dollnrs a -week in
salary and commlsslons:"
"111 teil you rlght now, Eliza, that
though Charles is my cousin, I would
not be In hls llne of buslness for a
tliousnnd n weeU. It's iw -use-to-roiJ'-
tinue this talk any longer, Ellza. I
hope to be able to supply you nnd Ellse
with all the necessnrles of llfe, nnd n
little more, but as for flttlng out Ellse
so She can rpn nroilnd with the set thnt
her cousins belong to, I cannot even
This closed the conversatlon for' that
mornlng, and Avhlle Mrs. Sollday sat ln
her room finlshlng her daughter's grad
untlng gown, her mlnd dwelt blttcrly
on her cramped llfe with its petty
She had really loved Willlam Soll
day, thirty years ago. He was a clerk
then, in her father's store, nnd a geninl,
honest young fellow. But when tbe
buslness was hls, he did not seem to
know just how to make it pny. He
bought a good llne of siock, and he had
lo sell nt a close margin to compe'fe
with the cheap artlcles displayed by
hlsr rivals. Then he pald hls help n
fair price, nud hls rooinjr, wcll-ventilnt-ed
"store cut stlil deeper 'into Ii(s p'rbfits.
She suspected thnt snmo of ts old
customers had not pald their bllls for
ajong tlme; In fact, when n man wns
out of work or thore wqs slckness,
Willlam never would push Jils clalms,
and sometiraes he iost a'goo'd deal'that
As Ellza Sollday thought, lier cheeks
burned and tbe sraou'derliig flre of dls
content burst into a brfgh'ter blnze.
She had not ml'nded tlie' scrlm'plug so
much when Ertse was little, her clothes
cost such q small amount, nud he had
not begun to h'ave her soclal ambltions
nwakened tlll tiie'hjst year or two.
Tho other gfr'ls in the clnss were to
have clther a handsome plece of Jew
elry or a gold wntch as a souvenir of
graduntion dny, nnd there were pho
tographs, . sprends, class plns, danccs,
nnd the usual nccompanlments of "tho
Chnrles'Sollday's twlii dnngliters hnd
evcrythliig thnt nny one hnd, nnd fnr
more. Their fnthcr was.to present
them wltirwntphes, sgitabjy engrnVed,
and their lnotuer had promised thfin,
elcgnnj gold bracelels, wjlth dlamond
studded clnsps. They were to enter
taln the entlro clnss nt nn informnl
dnnce, followed by n supper, nt which
ench gucst would he presentcd with n
spcclnlly dcslgned fnvor.
Thc glrls' gowns werp to he mnde by
their mother's fashlonable dressnmker,
nnd nothlng would be-lncking to com
plete their styllsh nppcarnnce. The
dotted Swiss muslln which Mrs. Soll
day wns rnpldly flnlshlng looked conrse
nnd chcnp in her eyes, nnd slie threw
it on thc bed with a completely dis
gustcd expresslon on her hnndsome
Thnt day Mrs. Sollday 6pent n few
hours with her slster, who llved out In
the suburbs. Ueturnlng home In the
Into nfternoon, she wns obllged to slt
In a closely-crowded cnr, nnd her oycs
were stnrtled by hpndlines In n speolnl
edltlon of 'nn evenlng paper: "Chnrles
Solldny Arrestcd. About to Escape
with Hls Plunder. Denled Wrong
Dolng. but Flnnlly Broke Down nnd
.Mrs. Sollday felt her henrt stop hent
Ing for n moraent, then plunge llke n
runnwny horse. Chnrles Solldny,
wbose wlfe nnd dntighfors she hnd cn-vlcd-sho
could not belleve her own
eyes. Mrs. Sollday wns too exclted (o
reranln in tho cnr when It npproached
her locnllty, so slgnnllng to the con
dtictor, she lcft the car nnd wnlked
rnpldly townrd her horae.
Hnrrying into tho house she wns met
br Elsle, who hnd henrd tho news.
The glrl was ns exclted ns her mother,
nnd they tnlked over (he nstonlshlng
"Isn't II drendful for ncrthn nnd Ber
nlce," snld Elsle. "They tlidu't come
to school tc-'dny, and the glrls sali that
their mother had hystcrlcs nud faintlng
spells all dny. Thcre's fntber comlng
"Tell hlm I nm upstnirs and I wnnt
to spenk to hlm rlght tuvny," snld Mrs.
Solldny ns she lmstcucd out of tho
Wllllum Solldny lookcd vcry Hoborly
nt hls prctty dnugliter, then tnrncd nnd
WHlUed sloAvly to hls wlfo's room. Slio
mct hlm nt tho door nnd tho tenrs wcro
ruiinlng down her chceks.
"Oh, Willlam, cnn you ever forglve
ine," she began,
"There, Ellzn, don't tako on so," snld
her husbnnd, dropplng henvlly Into n
blg chnlr, nnd taklng the trembllng
woman In hls nrms.
"But to thlnk thnt Chnrles hns done
and where he is, aud where you might
have been if " here she was unnble
to go on.
"Don't cry so, Eliza. It wlll be nll
rlght in time," contlnued Mr. Solldny,
nntting hls wlfo's shouldcr nnd hardly
renllztng whnt he wns snylng.
"Oh, but, Wlllinm, 1 would rnther live
nlaln, nnd not have new thlngs nnd
l'now that my husbnnd wns an honest
mnn. Ahd you wero stronger than I
wns, becnuse I was nfrnld of whnt peo
ple would sny nnd I mlght hnve diiven
you to do somethlng desperato just as
Charles hns done," nnd she began to
sbb with renowed vlolence.
"Now, Ellza, Just llsten n mlnute,"
snld Wlllinm Solldny. "I hnd n chnnco
tp mnke fifty dollnrs to-dny; thnt is, I
recelved H on nn old nocount thnt I
w;nnt lt to buy somo pretty thlngs for
the little gui "
"Oh, Wllllnhi, It's more than enough,"
retuvned the wlfe. "She wlll only need
-n'piirt. or it nnd I wnnt you to hnve
soino for yourself. I cnn't hnve my
gpod mnn looklng shnbby," she cnded
with a smllo around her mouth and
ber husbnnd was too wlso to object.
Aniong tho Iovely young glrls who
were glnduntcd thpre wns none more
bewitchlng thnn Ellse Solldny, ln her
slmple gown and AVlthout nny jlngllng
trlnkets. The Solldny twlns were not
there, and with their wlthdrnwal from
the clnss, the element of extrnvagance
which threntened to be tho domlnnnt
fenturo avbs ellininntetl. In girllsh
fashlou the swing of the pendulum
wns toward extVeme slmpllcity of
dress, to the rellef of those whose
means were Hmlted to a smnll outlny.
"Our Ellse wns tho prettiest glrl in
the clnss," snld Mrs. Solldny to her
husbnnd that nlght.
"How could she help it with sucJi a
mother," he replied wlthout n moment's
hesltatlon. Boston Cultlvator.
Thoie at Home Ald in the FreserTatlon
of tlie Natlon.
Tho splrlt thnt hns anlmnted the Jap
nnese nntlon throughout the wnr with
Il'ussia is illustrntea in a very strlking
mnnner by the reports of various rellef
work commlttees which havo renched
Ehrope. One of these snys: "We hnvo
to mentlon the Secret PJowing So
clety of the young men of Nakngnwa
vlllage, Gunma County, Qunmn Prefec
tijre. Eith'er nt nlght o.r when nobody
khqws, these young men co out and
plow for those who are away nt the
front the fnrms which Ho unplowcd
nud unsowed on account of their cul-
tlvators' absence, and thus help the la
bor of their fnmllies left behind. In
Melji vlllage of the same cbunty In the
sanie prefeciture, nnd nlso ln Ashlkngn
lecture. tuinge was neipea ana ngn
cplturnl work wns sntisfnctorlly nc
compllshed. In Kuze County, Kyoto
Prefecture, the sohool-chlldren helped
ln the tlllnge of tho fnrms of those
who nro nt the front, nfter their school
wn'p over." Another report' says: "In
Shlrohlgnshl villnge, Yosa County, Kl
oto rrefeeture, n new bufddlng wns
put up for rnlslng sllkworms in innm-
ory of thc present wnr, nnd young sllk
worms, nfter the thlrd stage of their
growth, are glvcn out to every house
hold ln the vlllage. In Toyninn Pre
fecture, the commlttee whose buslness
ls to encournge industrles nre plnced
in every town nnd villnge, nnd the
mcthods of plowing and manuring
nre cnrefully tnught so ns to lenvo no
beneflt left unrenpcd. In Mle, Fuku-
shlmn, and Tokuskima Prefectures,
places for instructlrig ln the mnnufac-
ture of tnpohnvebeen nowly established
or Incrensed, ln order to encournge tho
same manufncture." Here Is nnother
extrnct: "The villnge nmster of Mlnnto
vlllage, Snnbu County, Chlbn Prefec-
tute, nccldcntally henrd on hls way to
Toklo thnt there had becn very few of
hls villngcrs who subscrlbed for the
nntlonni lonn bonds nbove pnr, nud
deeply impressed nnd very regretful,
ho threw nwny the rnllwny tlcket ho
had bought nnd hnstened home to hls
iintlve villnge, where he prenched the
importancc of publlc servlce at this
ciltlcnl time, nnd flnnlly succeeded in
persundlng the whole vlllage to snb
scribe for the bonds nbove pnr."
lle Stiltad llli Master.
Tho messenger boy who answered a
cnll from the hotel cafc was dlmlnu
tive nnd of mournful nppenrnnce, nud
ns he ehtered the room there snenked
nt hls heels n wholly npolOgetlc nnd
ranny-rlbbed dog. A guest tho Knn
sas CJty Stnr intimntes thnt he hnd a
weak spot for tho boys nnd dogs
strdTled up nnd eyod tho pnlr.
"Is that your pup?" he nsked..
"Ya-ns," replied the boy, ln a lovel
The mnn Ieanecl over, snnppcd hls
flngers nnd smiled engaglngly.
"Good dogl Nlce doggiel" ho
conxed. "Here, slii Come up, slr!"
But tho dog slunk bnck nnd hls tail
tlghtened down between hls legs ns
with n spiingt Hls wenk eyes wntered
nnd he bllnked nppreheuslvely. Ho
nppenred to hnve full knowledge of
"Your dog doesn't seem to be very
frlendly, boy," commcnted the mnn.
Thc dog's little mastcr eyed the bcnst
with. melnncholy npproval.
"Don't wnn hlm ter be frlendly," he
replied, with eoltl dlgnlty. "Wnnt 'm
A sranrt navcrtlslug ldoa was thal
.which wns recently Introduced ln Pnr
ls. Four gcntletucn drcsscd In the
hqlght of fnshlon wero sneli lelsnrel
strolllrig on ono of tho boulcvards
All wete nttlrcd exnctly nllke, nnd
ench cnrrled n cnne. Suddonly thej
stoppcd opposlte ono f tho cnfes
Fnciug the people who sat onting,
drlnking nnd tnlklng nt thc little tn
bles dotted nhotit, nll clmultnneouHlJ
bowed. Tho movemont set ln nctlou
somo mechnnlcnl apparatus concenlnd
bencnth their conts. Immcdlntclj
their hnts wero lllumlnntcd, nnd there
appeared in vlew nn ndvcrtisemeul
recommcndlng tho publld to try som
one's medlcine. Then, tnklng off thelt
hnts with n swceping gesture, tho gon
tlemen bowed ngnlu, rcvenllng fout
bald hends, an ench of which wat
pnlntcd thc sainc onnouncement, id
DATCHING FISH WITH CORMORANTS
Iiuw These Birds Arc Utilizcd by the l
A''Z Ingcnioii3 Japanese. r
1ERRAPIN AND GOLOFISH FARMS IN. JAPAN.
sZlQig HE orlgln of cormorant llsh
h ing in Jopan ls lost ln n
O O very reinote nntlqulty. At
H R leust n thousnnd yenrs ngo
SfWsr it ls known to havo llour
ished, npd there Is n trndt
tlon of lts exlstenco upward of two
thousnnd yenrs ngo. Much romnnco
nnd hlstory nre connected with the tlsh
ery ln tho enrly dnys, and the nnines
of somo of Jnpnn's greatcst warriors
nnd stntesmen are associnted with it.
While n commerclnl enterprlse, lt does
not, however, glvo employment to
raauy people and Is not conducted ln
many places. It ls conflned to rlvers,
and the most oxtenslve, intcrestlng nnd
fninous flshcry ls thnt in the Nhgnrn
Itlver nnd inost noted of tho cormor
nnt flshlng vlllnges ls ln tho outsklrts
of tho lnrgo city of Glfu.
At tho tlmo of my vlslt, tho chief eor.
mornnt ilshermnn, whoso nncqstors for
mnny generntlons hnd engnged ln this
lishery in tho snmo locnllty, ntttred
hlmself ln tho pecullnr dress of the
T. "," ih,T)urposo of cxhlblt
ing hls blrds nntf ih pjoa ot
hnndllng thom. Lnter ho nnd mi tbo
other flshermcn on tho rlver wont to
n rendezvous nnd gnvo n prnctlcnl am
monstrntlon of corraornnt flshlng.
The cormornnts nro controllcd by
mcnns of n slendor cord, which passcs
nround tho blrd's brenst nnd is tled in
tho lnlddlo of the bnck. Tho cord ls
mnde of woody flbers of tho crypto
raeiin tree, with the exceptlon of a
short section next to tho blrd, which
conslsts of whalcbone. There is a snp
plemental cord tled nround tho neck
nt tho lower ond of the gullet for the
purpose of preventing tho flsh from
pnsslngf so fnr thnt they cannot be
recovered. Tho tylng of this cord is
n dellcato operatlon, for if too tlght
lt may injure tho blrd nnd lf too loose
lt wlll allow the flsh to bo swallowed.
The flshery ls conducted from boats,
which are of a speclal type, belug long,
nnrrow dugouts, propelled prlmarily by
pnddles, but when en route to tho flsh
lng grounds often provlded with n snll.
Each bont has a crew of four men nnd
a complement of slxtecn cormornnts.
Lnte in tho nfternoon the boats stnrt
for a place in the rlver where flshlng
wlll begln, tho cormornnts bolng
stowed nwny ln palrs In bamboo bas
Itets. Tho flshlng grounds cover
many mlles, nnd operntlons nre con
flned to Buccesslve sectlons of the river
nlghtly, in nccordnnce with Inw.
Stretches sovernl thousands yards in
length nre set aslde ns lmperlnl re
sorves, on which no flshlng ls permlt
ted. As soon ns darkness provnlls a blnz
Ing flre of plne wood is klndled in
the iron bnsket ovcrhnnglug the bow
of tho bont, nnd the boats drlft down
strenm together, sometlmes in a mlxcd
group, sometlmes in a llno extendlng
ncross the rlver, ench gulded and pro
pelled by two men. Tho cnptnlu, stnnd
Ing nenr the bow, rannnges twelve cor
mornnts and hls asslstnnt four, the
cords bolng held between the flngers
nnd frennently shlfted ns tho blrds.
dlvlng nnd dnrtlng in nll dlrections,
those of dlfferent boats often mlngUng,
lt is a wonder that they do not soon
becomo lnoxtrlcably tangled, but so
skillfully nre they mnnnged thnt the
lines rnrely becorae fouled. In n short
time tho cormornnts' gullets begln to
bnlge with ayu; when they nre well
filled the blrds nre pulled up to tho gun
wnles ono by ono nud their cntch is
crentlv snueezcd into bnskets. This
contlnues for severnl hours, nnd ench
cormorant mny flll its gullet flfteen
to twenty tlmos.
Spectators usunlly go to tho flshlng
grounds in n Ulnd of bnrge, llluml
nntcd by lnnterns, nnd cnt their din
ner on bonrd whllo waltlng nt a con
venlent point for the flshlng bonts to
nrrlve. Durlng tho evenlng when i
wltnessed tho flshery tho seven bonts
In whoso operntlons I wns pnrticulnrly
interested nvernged 700 or 800 flsh
nplece, nnd the aggregnto cntch wns
worth $150 n very respectnblo sum to
The flshery is prosecuted with en
thuslnsm by both men nnd cormornnts,
nnd tho shonts of the llshermen, tho
honrso. cronklng of tho blrds, the rnsh
of tho mountain strenm, the splnshlng
nnd crenklng of the pnddles, the hlss
lug of tho embcrs ns they fnll into tho
wnter, the wclrd Hghts nnd shndows
comblnc to mnke a performnnce which
n Westerner is not llkely soon to for-
Tho cultlvntlon of wntcr products hns
gone hnnd ln hnnd with tho flshcrles,
nnd ln ccrtnlu llnes hns nttnlned
grenter perfectlon nnd oxtent thnn In
any other country. The rnlslng of ter
rnpln, which with us is nn unsolved
problem nnd hns only recently been
leiiously consldercd, hns for years becn
vcry successfully cnrrled on by tho
Japanese. I vlslted n terrapin fnrm
ncnr Tokio, whcro 50,000 to 00,000
nrtlflclnlly grown terrnpln nro placcd
on tho market nnnunlly. Wlthout nny
outsldo nid or suggcstlons, tho Jnpan
cse hnvo evolved specinl methods for
tho cultlvntlon of mnny klnds of mol
lusks, includlng tho penti oystcr, the
nrk-shell, sovernl clnlms, nnd vnrlous
other Inmelllbranchs, nud, ln'ndditlon,
thc commou oyster.
Thnt tho Jnpancso shonld rcalize the
importnnco of oyster culturo is not
strnnge; but thnt they should hnvo
tnken it up n ccntury beforo our nn
tlon wns born nnd hnvo rccognlzcd
tbe most csscntlnl fnctor ln succcssful
cultlvntlon, nnmcly, lndlvldunl owncr
shlp or control of tho oystcr bottoms,
comcs ns somethlng of n shock to our
nntlonni prldo when wo remember
thnt In tho most Importnnt oyster rc
glon ln tho world, wlthln a short dls
tnncc of tho cnpltal of tho Unlted
Stntes, tho vltnl prlnclples of oystcr
cultnrc nro lgnorcd nnd cfforts to np
ply thcm nro rcsistcd sometlmes by
forco of nrms. The cultlvntlon of
oystors hns renched grcntest perfec
tlon ln the Inland Sen ncnr Hiroshlmn,
nnd somo vcry lngonlons methods hnvo
thero been evolved, which nro de
scrlbod In a pnpcr by Dr. Bnshford
Dcnn recently published by tho Unltcd
Stntes Burcnu of Flsheiies.
Among tho flshes regulnrly cultivnted
nre tho eel, thc mullut, tho cnrp, tbo
goldtlsh, nnd sovernl eidmon nnd trout.
Tho Importnnt snlmon flshery ln north
ern Jnpnn hnvlng suffercd frdm deplc
tlon of the strcnuis, tho goverument
sent n rcptcsentntlve to this country
twcnty yenrs ngo to study our hntchlng
methods. It goes wlthout snylng thnt
ho took homo with hlm n wcll.flllcd
noto book, nud, In nddltlon, the plnns
of one of our snlmon hntqherles, nnd
ehortly nftcrwnrds from those plnns
liullt In Hokknido thc llrst snlmon
lmtchcry In Asln. AVIth ihls ns n model
nud ceutre, snlmon culture in .Tnpiiu
hns stendlly grown, nutll thuro nro now
elghtcen snlmon hntcherles ln Honshu
nnd Hokknido, nnd Jnpnn hns become
the only competltor of tho Unlted
Stntes in the nrtiflclnl propngntlon of
Tho cnrp hns beeii cultivnted from
very nncient tlraes nud now recelves
much nttentlou. In tho Toklo dlstrlct
nlone 225 ncres of pools nre devoted to
cnrp culturo, nnd the nnnual crop is
upwnrd of 400,000 pounds, vnlued nt
$15,000. In ono vlllngo in tho Glfu
prefecture 250 ncros of pnddy flelds,
ln which thero ls growlug rlce, hnvo
recently becn devoted to cnrp culturo
by tho locnl ngrlcultural soclcty, nnd
25,000,000 yopiigllsh nrc now procurcd
there nnnunlly nnd sold for stocklng
puriwses. It is a slgnlflcnnt fnct thnt
tho cnrp not only does not lnjure the
ilco plnnts, but beucflts them by de
vouiing destructlve lusects, wherens
In this country one of the very loud
est nud longest wnll """IBt inirp
Is thnt It uproots nquntic vpgetntion,
"'rjio' goldtlsh recelvcB hi.ub ntunin.
thnn nny other specles, nnd tho phico
lt holds in the nffectlons of tho umsses
Illustrntes ono of the rnclnl chnrnctcr
Istlcs of tho Jnpnnese nnmcly, tho love
for tho benutlful nnd ornnmentnl, nud
tlie tlmo nnd money nll clnsses beslow
on thlngs thnt nppenl to the esthetlc
rn,ther thnn to the merceunry nnd prac
tlcnl, Although the goldtlsh occnrs in
n wild stnte in Jnpnn, it Is probablo
thnt Chinn some 400 years ngo fur-
nlshcd tho stock from Avhlch the won-
derful vniietles of Jnpnnese goldflsh
hnve been bred. It ls reported thnt
In feudnl dnys, even when fnmlne. wns
nbrond ln the lnnd nnd mnny people
Avere stnrvlng, the trnde ln goldtlsh
wns flourlshlng. The demnud nt pres
cnt appenrs to be Avlthout llmlt. nnd
tho ontput shows n substnntlnl In
crenso ench yenr. Mnny thousnnds
of people mnke n lhing by growlng
goldflsh for markct, nnd hundreds of
peddlors cnrry tho flsh through the
streets nnd nlong the country ronds
In woodcn tubs suspended from a
The leadlng goldflsh centre Is Korl
yamn, ncnr the nncient cnpltnl city
of Nnrn. Hero nre 350 Indepcndent
hrcedlng estnbllshmcnts, whose yeniiy
product runs fnr into the mllllons. One
fnrm which I vlslted wns stnrted 140
yenrs ngo; nt flrst it wns conducted
mercly for the plensnre of thc owner,
but it evcntunlly becnme a commerclnj
enterprlse nnd is now very profltnble.
Tho hlstory nnd methods of goldflsh
culture ln Jnpnn constltute n verv en
gnglng theme, not less Intcrestlng to
tho blologlst than to the flsh culturlst.
Some of tho current Americnn idens
of the mnnner ln which tho remnrknble
vniietles hnve been produced nre'pre
posterous, nnd evoked much merrlment
nmong the Jnpnnese when I mentloned
thcm. Nntlonni Gcogrnphlc Mngnzlne
a tjuro i'or the Iimuteratlon Evll
In nn interesting nrtlcle ln Hnrper's
Weekly on the immlgrntlon problem,
Broughton Brandenburg considers n
number of Miggestlons mndo by vnri
ous nuthorltles proposlng solutions of
the questlon. Some of these sugges
tlons he dlsposes of ns follows:
Presldent Roosevelt (If correctly re
ported: "A tnx of 25 per hcnd."
The Immlgrnnt nierely wlll hnvo thnt
much more to borrow.
Dr. S. M. Gregory, Psychopath, Belle.
"Immlgrnnts from more slowly-moV'
ing Europe hnve their mlnds nnd bod
les overtnxcd by Americnn city llfe.
So induce them to ndopt rurnl llfe."
Dr. Adolphe Dnnzlger, lnte consul at
Aberdeen, Scotland. nnd nt Mndrid;
"Stop 8hlps from Inndlng immlgrnnts
nt nny enstcrn ports nbovo Chnrles
ton, South Cnrollnn."
Dlsensed nnd debarred lmmigrnnts
wlll go to Mexlco, nnd wnde the Bio
Grnnde to rench Boston.
Dr. Brnndenburg's own solutlon of
tho problem provldes for boards of
Americnn inspectors, selected by civll
servlce process, nnd stntioned nt for
elgn ports to exnmlno nnd pnss upon
tho qunllflcntlons of intcndlng imml
grnnts. "Kgnriied IVItli Tlianki."
Somo of our renders, we nre snre,
hnvo been crossed in llternture which
ls consldered by some to bo a good
denl worse thnn being crossed ln love.
To these, nnd to others only less, the
romnnco of "neturned AVith Thnnks,"
as set out shortly ln the Bystnnder,
should be Intcrestlng.
Wo rend thnt Mnnrten Mnmiens wns
forced to prlnt hls flrst book hlmself.
Qulte recently Mr. .7. J. Bcll mnde
nbout $20,000 out of n tlny book, "Wee
Mncgrcegor," for which no publlsher
Avould mnke nn offer, though the nu
thor would hnvo sold tho cntlre copy
rlght for flfty dollnrs.
Thlnk of Thnckerny's "Vnnlty Pnlr',
rofused by Colburn's Mngnzlne hs lnck
lug in interest, nltliough wrltten ex
pressly for thnt publlcntlou, nnd re
fused by every publlcntlou to whom it
wns nfterwnrd submltted, Thnckcrny
published lt nt hls own rlsk.
Tho snme ls true of Stcrne's "Trls
trnm Shnndy." Keble's "Chrlstlnn
Yenr" wns offered to n publlsher for
$100, nnd flnnlly published nt its nu
thor's rlsk, bringlng hlm in, lt ls snld,
$200,000 durlng hls lifetlme.-London
Cat Mahes It Ilomellbe.
On n slde Strcet nenr the Rhnnntnir
dlstrlct is a womnn's ten room, which
mny bo found crowded with women
shoppers nt tho lunch hour. It is
dnmuiy rurnisiica nll in one subdued
tlnt; tbo wnltrcsscs nrc soft footed nnd
soft volccd, cnkcs nnd ice crcams nre a
speclnlty, nnd to ndd tho lnst touch
to this femlnlne lntorlor thero is n cnt.
She hns nll tho nlensinc nudnoitv nt
n pct. She wnnders from tnble to tn-
uio inrouguoui xno mncii nonr, de
mnndlnc their cholcest tlilhtfa nt i,n
guesis; nnd the curious spectnclo mny
uo iianjf BKvu ui liisuionaoiy gowned
women lunchlng nt n downtown res
tnurnut with n cnt in their nrms. New
A Lone-Rauce Vmir. .,
Rnmo nluetv nillllmia nt uni.
" " - 1'ivifiu
tlu. Atlnntlc hnvn vnlnml 41.,1..' aii.
- ,,,K4fc iUViil
nnd their dlgestions by n iltct of hot
. . .t .. . i .
urenu uhu uunujf wasueu wown jvitu
lced water. London Telegfriph.
Austrla-Hungnry ilins 18.000 medlenl
meu to tnkecnreof-n nopulntldn of '47.-
BRINOINQ HER AROUND,
Vlia OH, Old Story Told ln Another
Ilavlug recelved her modern educa'
tlon, Gertrudo wns lct looso upon n
Shq pcrinlttcd hcrsclf to tnko n vralk
ln tho woods.
"Nnture," anld Gcrtrude, somowhht
deprccntlngly, "hns been brought up
on wholly unconvcntlounl lluea. Sho
Iiub, nlnsl no system. Thcso tree
truiiks nro ullowed to fnll ludlscrlmln
utely. Such wnstel Aud ns for con
servntlon of cnergy, whero Is it?
Everywhcve I seo nbout me pnthctlc
evldences of gross cnrclessness, not to
menUon wholly bnd nrtlstlc eliccts."
Iteturning to hor pnrents, sho vlowed
them nlso with a certuln suvor of dls
"You npponr," she sald, "to be
bnflled by your surroundlngs. There
ls an lutelllgent calmness thnt comes
froin phllosophlc reslgnntlon, to which
vou nro wholly ullen. Your servnnts
when you hnvo them oppress you
Your fiiendshlps, mnde wholly wlthout
regnrd to utilltnrlanlsm, are too often
unproductlvo ot anythlng but vnln
plonsure, thus weakenlng your mornl
ilbie. A more intelllgent use of tho
prlnclples of soclology would produce
ln you n greater symmetry. lon wor
ry, wlthout kuowlng that worry is
nierely moleculnr, or pcrcelvlng for n
moment thnt thero is n psychology of
the lipnrthBtone which, lf judlclously
npplled, would 11ft you nbovo vnlgnr
- porccn-DyTJircumstflllces beyond hor
ImuiPdlntG control sho wns olillged to
pns,$ n few wceks ntn suuimer resort
"Gregniiousnpss," snld Gertrudp, "Is
-nftciltlmps ninnslnir ln Hs nttoHnr nK
pects. Tlieso poor toois, luueu uy "eerx
tnln pnrnlogisms of the mlnd, imngine
they nro hnvlng n good time. And yet
how nbsurd. their pose. Did they but
know thnt thlngs nre not whnt they
seem thnt the sen ls morely n sensn-
tlon, nnd fleetlng styles in bathlng gnr
niorits only an nppenl to the excltatlon
of the gnngllonlc centres, they would
seek in s'lmple conteraplntlon whnt
plensure there ls In subjectlvlty, nud
shnke off the shnckles of mere mnte
Whlle rccordlng tlieso phenoraonn,
nnd belug for a moment qulte nlone on
the bench, with tho llght of tho nioon
overhend, sho wns npproached by a
young mnn, who upon severnl prevlous
occnslons had ohtruded hlmself upon
"I love you," said the young man.
"Love," replied .Gertrude, "Is purely
relntlve in lts nctlon, nnd" cnn never be
n thlng-ln-ltself. It hns no objectlve
"It Is extremely plensnnt," snld the
young mnn, tnklng her haild.
"Pleasure and pnln," replied Ger
trude, "are slmply sensntlons obeylng
the law of contrnst. If nll thlngs wer
rcduced to an nbsolute zero, there
would be nothlng nt all. Whnt we
term renllty is nothlng but tho lnter-
changlng of nctivltles, produclng heat
which becomes lntent ln objects, thus
ennbllng us to differentiate their iden
"Good," sald the young man. "I per
ceive that you nro wound up, but be
llevlng ns I do thnt nt henrt you nre In
renllty n sweet nnd lovnblo glrl, I'in
golng to let you run on. Por I love
you, with nll your pecullnrltles. You
do the tnlklng nnd Iil do tho love-
mnklng. I hnve come to stny."
A week lnter, when the moon hnd
renched lts full, nud the soft sympn-
" 1 "' " innrn lilllll)tr.Jlli'eiJtflJtQ,.
n supreuie Joy that she had never felt
hefore when earth nnd nlr nnd sky
seemed to surronnd them, with n hoav
cnly sweetness Gertrude sntonee moro
with her hend. on the young mnn's
"Denrest," she murmured, "wlll you
forglve mo for nll my nonsense?"
And he smiled lndulgently ns he snld:
"Ycs, dnrling, I knew you would re
cover nll rlght. But I want you to
promlse me one thlng."
"Anythlng!" cxclnlmed Gertrude,
penltently, ns she snuggled up n little
"Only this," replied the young mnn,
ns a momenfary shadow flltted across
hls face nt thc thought of whnt he had
endured for her sake:
"Promlsb me that you wlll never
havo n relnpse." Tom Mnsson, In Llfe.
The Crucl 'Hanco."
There would nnnenr to be no senson
o the yenr in which calamlty ln somo
form does not He lu walt for cnttle left
to shlft for themselves on tho great
plains. In winter they slowly perlsh
from long-contlnued cold and lnck of
food. In tho spiing storms destroy
the young and the less endurlng of
the older stock. Lnter they perlsh
from sunimer nnd nutumnnl droughts.
Thc indlcntions nre thnt the rangc
stcer is golng out of exlstence in n
slmllnrly perverse wny. With hlm
goes the cowboy, the most plcturesque
llgure of an Immnture Western clvlllza
tlon. He gnye us some flne types. Did
not Roosevelt hlmself develop from n
But even Itoosevelt to-dny condemns
the rnngo system, with lts wnsteful
use of lnnd nnd its necessnry monopo
lles, ns well ns its crucltlos. So lt wlll
not be long ere the spectncle of cnttle
perlshlng ln thousnnds ns the result
of n henrtlcss system wlll hnvo be
come somethlng of the pnst. Tho
"Western stockmnn" wlll knve become
n fnrmer. St. Pnul Ploneer-Fress.
Why Don't You?
Why don't you nnswer your frlcnd's
letter at once?
Why don't you make the promised
vlslt to thnt lnvnlld? Sho is looklng
for you dny nfter dny.
Why don't you send nwny that little
gift you'vo been plannlng to send?
Mere klnd iutentlon never nccoinpllshes
Why don't you try to shnro tho bur-
deu of thnt sorrowful one who works
beslde you7 Is lt becnuse you nre
Why don't you speak out the cn-
couragiug words that you have ln your
thoughts? Unless you express them
they nro of no use to others.
Why don't you tnke more palns to be
elf-sacrlflclng nnd loving In the every-
dny homo llfe? Tlmo is rnpldly pass
Ing. Your denr ones wlll not be with
Why don't you create nround you an
atmosphere of hnpplness nnd helpful
ncss so thnt all who come ln touch
with you mny be mndo better? Is
not this posslble? Class Mnte.
The ITntband'a Letrem.
Should wlves onen their husbnnds'
Inttpi-s? This erentlv deDends on the
liitnlinnil. snvs Chic. If he bi nf tmrh
n stendy golng nature that hls wifo hns
perfect tvust in hlm, she cnn comfort
nhlv nllow hlm to rend hls Ietters. If.
however, he- be of a gay nnd rovlng
dlsposltlon, lt is cienriy nef tluty to
protect hlm from nll eplstolnry temp-
tntion, in spiio oi me mci inni-nc mny
not bo proruseiy grnterui.
nudvnrd Klpllng says that tlie dp.
vclonment of the autouioblle has Iiphp.
A 8ubtle Flatterer.
A Scotch dlvine, who was a bacho
lor, nnd whoso mnnso was In tho keep
Ing of nn old housekeepor cnlled Jn
not, wns constantly nnnoyed by the
fnct that tho good dnmo always fell
fast nsleop ns soon as ho enterod tho
pulplt, whereas she kopt wldo awako
whonever n stranger was tho preach
or. Ono day ho summoned hls courngo
to tho stlcklng polnt and tackled tho
old lady on tho subject. "Janet,"
sald he, "yo ken when I preach you're
almost always fast asleop beforo I've
well glven out my text; but when any
of these young mcn from St. An
drew's prench for ine, I see you never
sleep n wlnk. Now, thnt's whnt I call
no uslng mo as you should do."
'.riTC.?,''M'-" "h-lv- "U hnt,
n'? I'll soon tell yo tho renson of
that. When you prench, we a' ken
the Word of God is safe ln your
hands; but when thne young iilrkles'
tnk' lt ln hnnd mn certio! but it
tnk's us a' to look nfter them."
Glasgow Evenlng Tlmes.
A Costly Desk.
A desk from the Metteruich art col
ection nt Koenlgswnrt (Bohemla) has
been sold for 40,000. Tho desk is of
rosewood and gold, and Is one of the
cholcest mnsterpleccs of Prench nr
tlstlc crnft ot the 18th century. It
wns made a present by Napoleon I.
to Prlnce Metternlch. It was oiigin
nlly glven to the Duc de Cholseul by
Louls Qulnzo. Prinress Paullne Met
ternlch declarcd to an intervlewer
that 80,000 were offered for tho desk
durlng the llfctime of her husband,
the late ambassador ln Pnrls. The
desk ls sald to have been bought by
4 Pnrls museuni. London Chronlcle.
The flrst Western Stnte to possess
a rallroad was Mlchlgan, In 1830.
nnss aftor ilrst day's nae of I)r. Kllne's Great
Nervellestorer,$2trlal bottleand treatlso f rno
Dr. It. II. Kr,iNB,Ltd.,931AreliSt.,PhHa., Pa.
Alcohol is comine into considerable use
for illumination in l'rance.
Uo Allen't 7ooMto.
Itlsthe only euro for Swollen, Smftrtln,
Tlred, Achlag, Hot, SweatlnR Feet.Corns and '
Buulo&a. Askfor AlIou'sFoot-Kaae, apowder
tobe shaken Into the ahoen. uSrea whlle yo.i
walt. At all DrugQlsts nud Shoo Store?, 25o.
Don't nocept anr sub.itltuto. Samplo sent
Vrek. Addrei.i.Allou K. Olmsted.LeTtoy, N.Y.
A librarian declaies there are more than
.teothintf , sof ton tho Kums.reduees inflammn--.miijm
irrt y ftl lr,vuiT7f,TT t ut. -mv, .....
In 1750 diamonda were sold in Europe at
$40 n carat.
Plso's Cureo.iunot be too htghly apolcaao:
teacough cure. J. W. O'UaiEy, S22Thlcl
Avonue, X., Mlnnenpolb, Mlnu., Juu.ti.lM),
The German ilag waa lirst unfm-led in
South American Letter Press.
'Clgaretts and conversatlon, and
ragtlme dancing on ledgers," snld
Cnpt. Robert Quinton of the llghtshlp
Blunt's Reef, which recently complet
ed a unlquo voynge ot 15,000 mlles
from New York to San Franclsco,
"constltute the chief reasons why the
races of South America aro behind
thoso of North America In all Import
nnt partlculars. As to the clgarettes
nnd the conversatlon, I wlll nrrlvo ln
a mlnute. but flrst of all I wlll speak
of the rngtlme dancing. In our busl
ness ofllce in San Franclsco when the
clerks wlsh to take a copy of a letter
or any other buslness document, why,
of course, they take a copy In a proper
and ordinary copying machlne. But
down In these South American coun
trles when they wlsh to do that trlck,
why, the letter or other document ls
put between the carbon sheets in a
bfg book, which ls put on the floor,
and then the clerks do a dance upon
the book to take the copy. Say, lt ls
the funniest slght in the world to see
nll those clerks, every one of them
with a clgarette In hls llps, dancing
upon tho books." San Franclsco
A man telephoned to the Coates
House recently asklng the clerk, Geo.
Mong, lf D. M. Pond was employed
there. Mr. Mong turned to W. E.
Gardner, the cashler and tlmekeeper,
and repeated tho questlon. Gardner
looked ln the book to-see. "No," he
replied, "no Pond here, but we have
Dlck Rlvers In the kltchen and
Chnrley Wnters ln the englne room.
Wlll they do?" Kansas City Times.
WANTED TO SLEEP.'
Curloua That a Tired Preaohsr Shonld
Hava Such Deatro.
A minister spcaks of the curious ef
fect of Grape-Nuts food. on hlm nnd
how it has relloved hlm.
"You wlll doubtlcss understand how
the suffering with lndigestion with
which I used to be troublcd made my
work an nlniost unendurnble burden,
aud why lt wns that after my Sabbnth
dutlcs had been pcrforined, sleep was
a stranger to ray plllow tlll nearly dny
llght. "I hnd to be very cnreful as to what
I ate, and even with all my care I ex-
pciienccd polgnnut physlcnl dlstress
nfter meals, nnd my food never sa'tl's-
"Slx months hnve elnpscd slnce I be-
gnn to uso Grnpe-Nuts food, and the
hencfits I have derlved from lt are very
dellnitc. I uo longer suffer from lndi
gestion, and I began to improve from
the time Grape-Nuts nppenred on our
tnble. I flnd thnt by eatlng n dish of
it after my Sabbath work is done (and
I always do so uow).jny nerves nre
quleted and rest nnd refreshlng sleep
nrc Insured me. I feel that I could not
posslbly do wlthout Grape-Nuts food,
now thnt I know its value. It is Inva
rlably on our tabe we feel that we
need It to complete tho meaWand our
chlldren wlll eat Grape-Nuts when
they cannot be persunded to touch any
thlng clsc." Name glven by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mlch.
There's a renson.
Read the fnmous little book, "The
Boad to Wellvllle," ln each pkg,
Our Cold Wnves.
Wo Amerlcnns nre nlwnys talklng
nbout our niountalns of gold nnd coal
nnd Iron, of our fnt flehlB of corn
nnd whcnt. but few of us over rcal
ize thnt wo hnvo In our cllmnto a
great ndvniifneo over nll other na
tlons. In tho oold wnvo which In
summer nnd winter so often sweeps
ncrnss tho lnnd nnd sends the thor
momotor tuiubllng 30 degrees In al
most as mnny nilnutcs, we hnve n con
stnnt, n never dlmlnlshlng nsset of
prlceless value. Tho wnve ncta ns a
tonlc, but, unllke nny tonlc made by
ma'n, It cnrrlos no renctlon. No other
lnnd hns cold wnves llko ours. To the
cold dry nlr of this perlodtc cold
wnjrp, which brlngs extrnordlnnry
clinuges of teniperature, we owo much
Bnck irrfies nll tho tlmo. Spolls yonr
nppetlte, weniies tho body, worrles the
mlnd. Klilnpys cnuso It nll nnd Doau's
unq cnrc lt.
II . H. McCarver,
of 201 Cherry tit..
Portlund, Ore., Iu
sppctor of froght
for thc Trnns-Cmi-tlnentnl
"I used Donn'sKld
ney Pills for bnck
nche nnd other
symptoins of kld
ney trouble which
hnd nnnoyed niefor
montlis. I thlnk n
cold wns responsl
blo for the whnlo
troub.o. It seemed (o settle ln my kld
neys. Dnnn's Klduey Iills rootcd lt
out. lt Is severnl moiitlis slntc I used
them, nnd np to ilato ;hpro hns been no
recurrenre of the tiouble."
Donn's Kldney Pllls nre for snle by all
denlers price 50 cents per box. Fos-tpr-Mllburu
Co., Buffiilo, N. Y.
Prosecutor (examlnlng talesman)
Hnvo you ever known the prlBoner or
Tnlesmnn Yes hls counsel gave
me some advice once ln a lawsult.
Prosecutor You aro excused you
would evidently sympathlze with tha
"She looks well preserved."
"Oh, yes; but I hnrdly thlnk she
wotim-staiiatt cuottit .
Tho buslness- of selling the man
darln rank in China has been so
much overdone that buyers are be
Ocenn tvlps to Novn Scotln, Cnpe
Breton, Prince Edwnrd Islnud or New
rniiiHllnnd. Sl. ilnyn' crulso 1400 mlles
for $18. Kiom lloston, overy Tuesday
nud Satiirdny 1'-' nnnu. Uest trout aud
salmon llsliing nud shootlng. Benutltul
pconery. This don't hnlf tell it. Send
etntnp for booklot, mnpf", eto. A. W.
Perry, Gen. Mgr., Unlon VVhnrf, Boston.
Lloyds, the famous marltlme agency
had lts beglnning over two hundred
years ago. 728
"I hid tronble with my boweli which made my
blopd lmcun. M faoe wi covered with plmpTii
which no txterDal remedy could rvmoTe. I trled
yonr Caiciet and creai vu my Joy when tha
rlmplet dliappearcd after a month'i steady o.
havo recoipueiided them to all my frlendi aad
lte.a fow hav foand rellef."
O. J. f uich, W7 Park Ave.. Now Tork City, M. T,
Ptanant, Palatable, Potent.Taf te Good. Do Qoet.
Hiter Slcken, Weakea or Orlp. ltc. Mc.Me.NerS
Jold In bnlk. The cenalue tablet itaraped OOCC
Isaranteed to core or yonr money back
Bterllng Remedy Co., Chlcago or N.Y. 6oo
AHHUflLSLE,TEH M1LLI0H BOXES
troublcd with ills ceciillir to
their lex, used at a douchs ii marvclouelync.
Itops dlscbatgea, beala inOammation and locai
oreness, cures leucorrbcea aud nasal catanh,
Paiilne ls In pdwdcr lorm to, be dUsolved in purs
water, and is iar more cleansing, healing, eermlcUal
and economical than liquld antiieptlcsf cr all
TOILET AND WOMGN'8 SPCIAL, U6E3
For ule at dru ggists, C0 cents a box.
Trlal Box and Boolc of Imtructlona Free.
Thc n. paxton company Booton, us.
0 New Enfrland. Xew Jereey aml w York by
dietricta; some dfstrli'ts 25c, eouieiM'c; liindsomely
rolnred; roads nnd point 8 of iuterest sliowniof
riealer or by malhrSfnd for d( BOrtptl vb rataiogue.
lil.it. IT. V. IjKKR iV !!. LfthouraiiberB.
21 Higli St., nenr Kowca Wlnrf, Bonton.
Tadinir Pennsj lranin Corporatlon oft'era a llmlted
amount of rartlal n'ork for ubrrltlon, at par Qb
Kreliaro. Uhldfiuln of not Uss tlion lu rercent per
annum iruarantefd. InventorB risblnir to make an
extremely ronnervatlTe inTFttinent of any amount,
ln a practlralh elaw rorporatlnti ahmtld writ for
partlrularn tmlay. lmtM'll Oray, Klscal Arent, Brldga
andOardenHtM llrideslrarir. Plilladelpbia, Pa.
ARE YOU LUCKY7
Lncky daya lirinif sucresf, healtb and proa
perlty; unlucky daya, dUanter, tlcknes and rala.
i'lnd tbe lucky ones 1 ran tell you. Your irood
dari for one mnuth, 1'. Seml raitlculara of blrth.
Al'OLLON, Lotlt IJox IW, New York Ulty.
ra S 191 I Attorney, Washington, ,D. C.
MaOroatEnsllsh Remody jBH
tmfS WBTftfi flSf fallS.
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