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Cotton ricking Bee?, "
Farmers in tbe vicinity of Cortland,
Ala., liave been en joying entertainments
somewhat similar to tbe old
busking bees. Neighborhood friendi
spend the eveniug indoors pickinp
cotton, and afterwards e njoy n substantial
supper. In ibis way hundred?
of pounds of cotton are picked that
otherwise would have been wasted.
In Belgium penalties are imposei
en persons tvLo bnve the right tc
vote, but do not avail themselves
Are Cured by
"I was troubled with
blotches on my face,
11 n..?:??? n,!(1 began taking
It Purifies Hood's Sarsaparilla
il. ninnj After taking onebottlc
ine DlOOQ. | wns entirely cured.'
Miss Ethel Mixer,
"My brother bad a
humor in bis blood
which broke out in
Cures frightful sores. He
began taking Hood's
All Eruptions. Sarsaparilla and it per
;u nutuuy vuivu
H. L. Ellis, Mouct
Lnurel, N. J.
"My little boy bad a
larpe scrofula sore on
bis beck. I purchased
Eradicates a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla
and it cured.
Scrofula. I take Hood's as my
sprinp tonic." Mrs.
Misnie Spear, Parlshville,
Soldier*' Fare in South Africa.
Color-Sergeant Thompson, now
with the Second Batallion, Royal
Canadian Regiment, in South Africa,
"We billed an ostrich the other day
and had him for dintaer. He went
down fine; also a swarm of locusts, of'
which we eat some. They are all
right, too. Yoa see, we don't live
badly. There is not a tree to be seen?
?all sand and rocks?any amount of
snakes, centipedes, scorpions, lizards
and big black ants. These ants get,
inside the boys' clothes and make
them dance and swear. To-morrow
will be Christmas, and we are to have
a big ostrioh roated for dinner, with
lots of goats' milk to drink."?Toronto
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fit and unfits for work like Iq
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Nothing relaxes them and makes K
Iff a speedy perfect cure like Sk
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Tlie Vicissitudes of Seuator Gear's Bat.
Senator Gear wears a soft felt hat.
He does not leave it in the cloakroom,
but, carrying it in the Senate, throws
it down npon the floor. As Mr. Gear's
desk in on the centre aisle, his black
felt hat in the most conspicuous objdct
in the Senate chamber'.
The experiences of Gear's hat during
the Senate sessions would make a
book, if they could be related at length.
Stewart, who sits behind Gear, comes
along,- t.nd, unknowingly, kicks the
bat a dozen feet, it emerges from the
collision in a sadly demoralized shape,
but Ge vr reaches out, gathers in hit
head-covering and resumes his reading.
Presently the hat is encountered
by the toe of another statesman and
goes sailing away over the floor. Ther
Gear reaches out for it again.
Some of these days Gear will put a
brick in his hat and then wiien a Senator
comes along andkicks it there will
be trouble.?Boston Daily Advertiser,
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are Invited to write to
Mrsw Pinkham for free
advice about their heaithm
Mrs. Pinkham is a woman.
if you have painful
periods, baokaohes or'
any of the more serious
ills of women, write to
Mrsw Pinkham; she has
hei'ped multitudes? Your
letter will be sacredly
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i-yuta si nnnnum o
Vegetable Compound is
known wherever the English
language Is spoken.
Nothing else can possibly
bo so sure to help suffering
women. No other
medicine has helped so
Remember this when
something else Is suggested.
Mrs. Plnkham's address
Is Lynn, Mass.
Her helping hand Is
always outstretched to
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I |? Designs For Costu
come Popular ii
New York City (Special).?These
novelties have been observed at recent
The abaudanment of gloves by bride
The attachment of a court train?
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WEDDING DRESS OlN> WHITE SATIN.
very long and full?to the wedding
The frequent^ substitution of some
clinging fabric, like crepe de chin or
veiling}for thei classic white satin.
Tte additipn-oi many tiny 'frills to
the wedding veil* unless this be of
costly lace or an heirloom;^
The garbing of the maid of honor
precisely like the other bridesmaids,
even to the color of her bouquet.
The preference for "'white'' weddings.
At one of the largest weddings that
Now Yo|rk has seen this season both
bride'ax^d bridegroom were of unusual
height, the one being more than Bix
feet tall, the other within an inch or
two of that stature. There were six
bridesmaids, all conspicuously petite,
afad^ whether by design or accident,
the effeot was not unlike that of a
marriage of Brobdignagians attended
by LijijritjB. J
The dross of the stately bride was
of exquisite "wane satin, creamy nnu |
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soft, and with something of the naore
of a pearl. In eat it fas severe. The
robe was arranged in a flat plait at the
back and descended in a fall train,
The bodioe was pointed both in front
and at the back; it was slightly draped
across the; bast and roseg|t the throat
in a high collar. At one'^giras^arranged
a cascade of real Ira^' which
fell, with increasing volnjn:e;;'to the
hem of thC'TritWe;"i^ierrnpted^ereand
there by sprays df 'orange' ttowoms..
The, immense ipair of
.beautiful paint d'Alencon, fixed over
devices in aeiuuuu iut nn-i ii i
In the two dresses shown in t&frr
lustration we see very fetching i^K
iuctions of this cobwebby fabripf
ine the sleeves, revers, vest sSRwrcj
der for the overskirt ami Eton&e-of i
creamy Renaissance. The
itself is of satin cloth in a pastel gray,
the folds on the bodice being of cream
The companion fignre is distinctly;
a dress-up affair. It is of old-rose
crepe de chine, a very dclicate shade,
and has a pleated skirt; the bodice,
too, follows out this design until lost
under the lace bolero. This bolero,
gauntlet sleeves and the odd band
which hoids the skirt fullness in shape
are all of ecru point de Venise lace.
Very gracefully laid folds of old-rose
velvet make a most effective ground
for the edge of the top of the laoe bolero,
and ulso serve to show off the
yoke and stock of finely shirred cream
ruousseline. The bucklc catching the
folds is of rose gold set with garnets.
A New Texture.
An effective material resembles ai
Shetland shawl of the finest makw
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mes That Have Be- ?j
a the Metropolis. it
[ woven by the yard, and most gossamer
looking. Over satin it is employed
for tea gowns, draping most beautifully,
and often interlaced with ribbon.
This looks well in white and
also in hortensia, the new red. Skirts
made in it fall in graceful folds at the
back and nearly always display a sash
or one long end. It is. also used for
boleros- over velvet . vests, rose
velvet being the popular color,
and mostly worn with a velvet
hat of a slightly darker shade, closely
stitched all over, raised on one Hide
with a large red pansy.
A change is coming over the femi
nine taste in the matter 01 unaernnea.
It is now no longer one mass of lace
and frills. In fact, frills, even'on the
hem of the garments, are distinctly
out of vogue, and now the whole attention
is given np to cat. A simple
real Valenciennes trimming round
the neck, with a tiny baby ribbon
and. the initial embroidered on the left
shoulder, is the latest smart thing to
wear. But the cut?that is the diffi?
culty; for all the beauty of. these delicate
undergarments depends entirely
on the fit. Combinations are dying
out, except for bicycling' and active
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Cotton For Underclothing.
Cotton is coming into favor for uu *
derclothing. In faot, many young
women now choose percale or nainsook
in preference to linei>or lawn.
Linen gives an impression of freshness
which one cannot get with cotton.
The substance is about the same
and both will equally well bear orna-'
menting. The one fact in regard to
linen is a tendency to revert to white'
Hanrinoine Tfttlor Gown.
Something quitajjifcew in a tailor
gown is made of nqflktyrn cloth. The
skirt is box-pleateTTj^H ground from
the front breadth, wHtch is plain, ana
trimmed with curved'bands-of cloth
covered with stitching. The blouse
worn with this is of pink and brown
plaid silk, and the soat is oi the Eton
variety with a belt of brown satin
covered with stitching.
Stylifih Belt Buckles.
Eelt buckles covered with suade in
its natural color, and ornamented
with steel, jet or turquoise are one of
rs,wN?M S! <5 u b
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. ,, Bridal Boaqnet*.
''' J^totbTid of filmy tulle envelops the
Iafcftfc bridal bouquets.
yl? Coat ft. For Tailor SaitB.
These two new little coats show
which way the wind is blowing in a
number of. respects. There are novel
litUft re.v?rs for thoBe who are "tired
to d&tt" of the plain coat sort. One,
tob?fha$ aftclip in the front (and to
most of ub it is "the" becoming cut),
& ? other suggests the cutaway.
It, aa you see,,U made to fasten with
the foliar and revers being
faced *ith velvet. The material is a
Either rather heavy serge or a
>.U?xed/tweed is the proper material
for the' one with jaunty dip. The
JACNTY LITTLE COA
Dr. Kionka, of the Pharmacological
Institute of Bresluu, reports that ho
has succeeded in produciug gout in
fowls by feeding them exclusively on
The number of roses seems to be
3normou8. Professor M. Gandover
enumerated 79S tpecies of Europe,
the Orient, and the Mediterranean
basin, two years later adding ninetyfive
as new discoveries in France
A hippopotamus hunter imparted tc
the lace M. d'Abbadie the secret of his
immunity from the diseases of the
swamps ho frequented. His plan was
to destroy the poisons and infectious
of insect bites by exposing the naked
body to the fumes of sulphur, which
was burned under a suitable envelope.
Salomon Reinach has recently contributed
to l'Anthropologie an intersstmg
article on the tin trade of prehistoric
Europe, in which he states
that 1000 years B. C. there was an almost
exclusively overland trade be*
tween the British Islands and Thrace
and Macedonia. That there were
such commercial relations between
Britain and Europe and Asia is shown
by the diffusion of tin and bronzeweapons
an? various utensils'which
have 'been studied by archaeologists.
Allusions to Celtic names and factk
are also reoorded of the time of 80(T
B. 0., and it is believed the tin in
questio^was brought to Greece dither
by Greeks Or Barbarians. The latter
sought a marine rotate in oraer iq
keep the trade in' their own.hands, r.
Sadden changes and dangerous
wind storms occur generally whenever
the barometer J falls suddenly from
a medium'height through from onehalf
to three-fourths or an inch during
a feiy hours of time. If the bar.
ameter occupies two or thr^o days in
falling one-liilf or three-fourths of an
inch below the'medium (local) height,
"it then generally changes more moderately,
and raises slowly, with a strong,
dry, cool Wind, often raising to half
an inoh above medium height daring
the next two or three days. ^ But ii I
the barometer falls from half to threefcfarths;
of an> inch from a medium
height during a few hours of time,
.then.a strong storm, hurricane or tor- j
iatfdo japj'be expected to be in. progr^ss
somewhere ndfcfar off. /' <
' According to investigations by N.
C. Bothschild, who is engaged in the
scientific, study-of fleas and their
habits, there ii), evidence showing that
there was originally direqt land connection
between Australia and Sonth
America, inasmuch as a certain flea
has been found in Argentina which
has hitherto been represented by a
certain species in Australia. The
Argentine flea, which has a helmetlike
shield covering tho head, is found
on the rat, and has been provisionally
assigned to a genus represented
hitherto by a single Australian specimen.
Whether the two specimens in
question belong to the same genus or
not may be open to questiop, but at
any rate they are closely allied, and
it is difficult to sed how they could
have occurred in their respective localities
unless there had been some
raeaus of direct communication.
While such a circumstance of itself
does not prove that there was land j
a; - a a ? ?1?i:?
connection oeuveeu .lusumia auu
South America, yet it serves to coilfirm
other evidence indicating that
such was the case.
Kitchener as a Boy.
! As a boy Lord Kitchener, pays
Golden-P^nny, was inclined to be lazy.
His father,Colonel Kitchener,who died
within the last ten years, was a strict
disciplinarian of a most autocratic
temperament. While his son Herbert
was at a public school working for a
certain examination it was reported to
the colonel that he was idling. This
angered him, and he told the future
conqueror of the Mahjli that unless he
succeeded in passing his examination
he would take him away and send him
to-walk two and two in'auame'8 acnooi,
adding the farther threat' that if he I
failed then he would apprentice him to
a batter. In spite of these threats the
embryo General failed. His father
kept his word, and for some time Herbert
Kitchener might have been seen
in the "crocodile" of a certain worthy
schoolmistress. Bat when he again
went in for his examination he passed.
If he had not there is little doubt that
for a short time at any rate he might
have been employed in the hat trade.
For Colonel Kitchener was a severe
man of his word, and a martinet of the
old school, of which paternal characteristics
Lord Kitchener 'of Khartbmr
has a large share.
i' The trials of a Chinese portraitpainter
must be many and varied if he
often has critics of the sort whose remarks
wero recorded by a recent sojourner
in the land of "chop-sticks,
bombs and gonfs." The artist had
finished the uortrait of a prominent
man, and summoned his friends to
give their verdist as to its success.
"The cap is very like," said the first
"The dress ia very like," said the
( "But is not tho cap or dress that
make the likeness,", said the artist.
"How is the face?"
Tho three friends stared solemnly
at the portrait in silence for a moment.
Then up spoke the one whc
had not given his opinion before,
j "The beard is very like," he said,
gravely, aud with that the artist was
obliged to be content.
An Exploded Tlinory.
"There's nothing in literary 'inspiration',"
said the would-be author.
"I rented a garret ten flights up,
bought a gallon of oil and a 'midnight
lamp;' and even weut so far as
to have a bailiff come and arrest me
for deb^ and I haven't been able to
.write a line yet!"?Atlanta Constitution.
BacI For Enropeann VUltlnc Here.
"The crowded condition of the
European steamers this summer," said
J. L. Charles, of Edinburgh, at the
Arlington, "will be not only an uncomfortable
nuisance, but quite a
severe handicap to international business.
You see, we come over hereon
business and there is no way of getting
home. I want to go home in
time. Tn New Ynrk in all the steam
ship agencies I am on the waiting
lists. I presume I will get a place in
one of the ships, but it is largely a
j matter of luck."?Washington Post.
Something For Xotliing.
What will the inventive brain of man <lo
next? J. C. Hubinger, "The Starch
King," is now introducing by his aew and
original method, the Endless Chain Starch
book, which enables you to ge: from your
grocer one large 10c. package of "Red
Cress" starch, one large 10c. package of
"Hublnger's Best" starch, with the premiums,
two Shakespeare panels, printed in
twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth
Century Girl calendar, embossed in gold,
all for 5c. Ask your grocer. y
When a Man it a Saccem.
If a man has brought up five' daughters
and paid their dentists' bills
'promptly, he has made a success in
life, and in entitled to be known as a
leading citizen.?Atchison Globe.
Try Grain-O! Try Grain-O!
)' Ask your grocer to-day to show you a
package of Ghaih-O, the new food drink
that takes the place of coffee. Children
may drink it without injury as well as the
adult. All who try it like It. Gbaik-0
has that rich seal brown of Mocha or
^Java, but is made from pure grains; the
most delicate stomach receives it without
distress. the price of coffee. 15c. and
25o. per package. 8old by aJl grocers.
St.' Petersburg and Moscow, Bussia, are
now directly conneoted by telephone.
What Shall TVe nave For Deiiert?
This question arisbs in the family idaily. Let
3s answer it to-day. Try Jell-Q. a delicious
and healthful dessert. Prepared in 2 min. No
boiling! no baking! Simply add a little hot
water <k set to cool. Flavors: Lemon,Orange,
Raspberry and Strawbe^y. At grocers. 10c.
In the twelfth century gloves with separate
fingers were first seen.
To Care ? Cold In One Day. /
Take Laxative Bromo Quininh Tablets. All
I druggists refund the money it itr falls to cur*.
B. W. Qbovs's signature is on each box. 25c.
More than 12,000 persons are regularly
smployed in London theatres.
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup tor children
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma- I
'Jon, allays p&in. cures wind colic. 2fic.a bottle.
I The Rrent Chicago fire oocurred on OcI
iober 8, 1871. f
Cjire8 Croup and Whooping-Cough
Unexcelled for Conrfumptives. Gives
quick, sure results. Refuse substitutes.
Dr. Bull's Pill:cure Biliousness. Trial, 30 for ac
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Beat Frenchman at Bit Own Feat.
Basle, Switzerland, was visited last
year bj an advertarous Frenchman,
who3e ruling passion is the ascent or
mountains shunned by most other
tourists who value at least their
soundness of limb. He tried strenuously
to scale the Gopaltenborn, faith
e sake of rarving his name upon the
peak; but all his efforts were in vain.
This year he returned to the attack,
and eventually, by taking many precautions,
arrived at the summit. On
his neit appearance at the table
I d'ht te he recounted his exploit to the
company, and informed them that he '
planted on the spot a blue silk dag
containing his name embroidered in
large characters. (
* An Englishman, who had listened
silently, rose from the table and
and marched out of' the hotel. Two
days afterwards a parcel was delivered
to the adventurous Gaul. He opened
it, and found ifcside his blue silk flag,
which his English neighbor at the
table d'hote had won from the peak
by his own p|noK ana aaring.? >v eea.]y
There is mole Catarrh in.thls section ot the
country than all other diseases pnt together,
and until the last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore require:
constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure.manufactured
by F. J; Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutionaUcure on the
market It is taken internally in doses froic
10 drops to a teaspoonfuL It acts' directly oc
the blood and mucous surfaces of the systebi
They offer one hundred dollars for any cast
it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address F.J. Chbney& Co.,Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall'sFamify Pills are the best
Peru produces practically all the ran
cocaine that the world consumes.
A Boston Institution.
Araoog the unique institutions of 'hi
city is the Peabody Medical Instltn , i
Bulflnch street, established nine yecg oefore
the death of the great pbilant ro .1st
tbe late Mr. Ueorge rtiauouy, liuw wiium
It takes its name. During tbe pnBt thirty
years it Las achieved a wide and las.ing distinction,
and today it is tbe bust of its
kind in this country. The medical publications
of this Institute have millions oi
readers, and are as standard as gold
Their last pamphlet, ninety-four pages,entitled
"Know Thyself," free by mail on receipt
of six cents for postage. Send for il
London has over 70,000 professional beg
Jell-O. the Jlcw Detnert,
Pleases all the family. Four flavors:Lemon,
Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry
At your grocers. 10 cts.
Berlin, Germany, is to construct an un
derground railway costing $25,000,000.
The Best Prescription for Chills
and FeTer la a bottle of Grovb'8 TastBLFM
Chill Tonic. It Is Simply iron and quinine in
a laaieleu form. No cure?so pay. frlce 60c.
' Mexico is one of the best customers ol
the United States in the sewing machlilfcft
simple and safe way
injured articles is to make
Ivory Soap, and allow it to
solution, while very effectiv
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Ivory Soap differs froi
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Prluce Raiyrt In Disgrace.
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A uiBBBier aecuiiu uuiy iu iiaocujr,
and still more unforeseen, soon followed.
Fairfax and Cromwell laid
Biege to Bristol, and after a fierce and
daring storm (September 14) Rupert,
who had promised the King that he
coald hold ont for fonr good months,
suddenly capitulated, and rode away j
to Oxford nnder the humiliating protection
of a Parliamentary convoy.
The fall of this famous stronghold of
the west was the severest of all the
King's mortifications, as the failnre of
Rupert's wonted courage was the
strangest of military surprises. That
Rupert was too clear-sighted iiot to be
thoroughly discouraged by the desperate
aspect of the King's affairs is certain,
and the military difficulties of
sustaining a long sie.p;e were thought,
even by those who had no reasons to
be tender of his fame, to justify the
surrender. The King would listen to
no excuses, but wrote Rupert an
angry letter, declaring so mean an
action to be the greatest trial of his
constancy that had jet happened, depriving
him of his commissions, and
bidding him'begone beyond the seas.
Rupert nevertheless insisted on fol
lowing the King to Newark, and after
some debate was declared to be free
of all disloyalty or treason, bnt not of
indiscretion.?John Morley, in Century..
A London bankrupt has been ordered
to pay a debt to a green grocer
at the tate of one dollar per week,
[t will take hiia thirty-seven years to
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Minn.. bjf?rowio*320bu?h.Saixer'aooc? |H
per tore. Ifjoa doubt, write then. We with to gala ' *
900,000 new cuitomeri, lipnce will tend on trial O
10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR lOe. H
Mb 10 pkga of rare farm seeds. .Salt Bash, the 3-eared JH
Corn?Spelu. producing h0bu*h. foo-l aud 4 tout haj
flH per acrc?aboie cattaud barler. brorau* Inermia
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wj\ Rape. Spring Wheat, Lc., Including o\jr nam- iS/ *
WTL moth Plant. Fruitaud8eed Catalog, telllogil) AjF V
VA about Salzer'a Great Million Hollar
yCf\. Potato, all mailed for 10c. postage; JUyW
poftithelr worth $10 to getantart. JL^W
FotaUa* $1.-0 a bbl. ?od op.^A^jr
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M V^R no 8u'),,'tu,e claimed to be >^^7
A 7^ ^our dealei^^W|tar^^L^ v
not, we wilf send a pair^flftvk.. i^aH^'/
on receipt of price and 25c. "^s?W
WtI ertra for carriage. "3tate kind of ieatbq? S
?^Stgflsize, and width, plain of cap toe. Cat. ?jiv
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