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1G .dozen Silte Windsor Tics ,v tfJSfeS
128 Swatches ofiine Lnco Curtains, j.
. K'ntillftil nunlltiM and patterns for doors, .
nltoit winnows and vestibules lrSporj ' -
Marvelous price l'3c"each
Beautiful lull bleached German Linen Table
Damask with rlcli fast
40jin. all I wool
Fine linen Clmnibray Gingham,
(not ordinary Chambrr.y) eof mil iMvatitiful
Mi tpiilitvi worth SSOi'iiyaril. ' '
Friday only 10c
Ladies imported full regular 'hose, made in
. ' (jornitiiiv. 2
40 in.all wooUChevron
and JDiagorial Dress
Goods, beautiful mixtures, worth b'Oc
Our variety in Dress Goock is fully equal to the viricty
of ycathcr that is 'he perquisite of this month.
SEE OUR PERFECT LINE.
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NOT CHEAP GOODS BUT
3 at. covered bucket t
lot. coffee not riveted all around, a c.
2ot. M :
-3 at. -
1 qt. glass coal oil cans -
10 qt. retinned dishpans -; - ,'
Large wash pans
brilliant waiter only
Covered painted slo pails, -
BRYAN & TANDY.
f A "'""I lnuHWii.
ff vbtltenutii urul tint protenalop to tho
1 ahnracltir n( iv Kt'iiilftnuti ItMo rofuo
taanlfestatlou ot gorx) will auit gxxid
n opinion ton nrtl rnch other In onsual bo
ctely, Tlio cluiriictflr ot a gentleman
may bo oxi'Inlncil tltust A bUoktrnnrdi
la n follow whn.iloca' not enro rvliom h
ITauiUj n clowr, or Ixior is a tlookheal
who dona not know when he o(TcnJ a
Cntlf intin U Olio Who tinderatanda and
howa overy innrU o( ilooronoo to tho
llalmaof kelMovo in other, andvzacU
t in return -from Y Ledger.
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Highest v. All In Leavening Power,
;t I 'I
Onnorkliy litis ' a html rdiid to IravolJ
ImiL w lion jTpi lrnco it, up, pUi ,') ,
n "honest prlcfts" nml "licnwl
KOsV IlUn ticcompllBhlwomlow. A
thln4il&6lMKk now ftWl.fr nl our
nrocon(nnllvlrf8lIn 1 Pll,,lic 0
Mich oITorH ius thiw.
color BrochoJJpnlor nuil
Imrgftin ftl "fic.'n yard
Special Friday price 50c
pair for 25c.
April lwovill fi'ell
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M " " - lie
v- v. "wayo
5, 0and 8o
Wo are permanent
lrra (tonej ft J?orl
I am not nwnre' that I lilrad you to do
anyHwr." Tramp "Well now, IMhki
alatwnatlcall cool. Tlioro yonh'ara
a card in M Trlndow which road ,100k
at all thei tltlnga or wola
uaoh," ao4 when n man lia.lona It, and
arnd about two hundred and
you. rfB to pny. Dlanonoaty k
alwaya a poor policy, lr, kUdy94'dboti
Ur whack up." ,
Cultlvula smalt farm ami haro tub
homoa rauUlplloU in tho South,
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V. & Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iertf
H tHE niQHT TO
WeronDtitnlwij.tpo.W our nlndu, or ttsrs
It would nnt tlo for ui to tell our lnmMt
thought, to mra.
Nor wouITwt dure rb wilt thm doB In orer.
i iMtlrijrlnk.if " i " a
Out aii4 0 Udow let romo MIimwUT
right to think.
, Jnnc, niiioV'
And i t.P iu ft hJtiank icl and laul apoa our
ITicp m Me, luruih our clotUri nd w.toli tho
V l iopl Kln ktid bllnV, '
Via uMi tf whit wo would, but ah I w haro
rlcht lo llilnk.
AVhtliltttSir fa 0 Html car wh.re ra ldli
t P talrntiiUwiwI,
11m tut DtM cem.V lonj ud tramp our com.
with both lilnwt,
Aim ui wr Irl t otff tntth tod re tho other
" 'ploVlnVf "
Wc (dl howll.jnKul woahould bo we hro a
rUllit to thlok.
itycat wo .pool our (uh fa bur
v- iiflrlleocn1n. ' '
ly'Dtll'ttt length h apeak. ttM word, thmt.hat
tcr lorn' roung dream
I'll bt rour Utcr" 'tli enough to drlro man
to drink -Vic
TOhbot Hink our Feeling, but wogowa
When hutband at tho theater together aljrljr
l;al'li time an act U flnlxhwl to go out "to o a
Xo.1 a theT reach tholr aoala again eicbang a
, knowing wink,
Tliclr wltca can't ull Ita meaning, but they
bnr a right to think. '
And)lkwMowhrn'Uer'rlt tb plajawoK
be(rc their tc.
A woman', ial tMl lower, pretty nearly to tho
Thcr might uy thlngv about that hat to make
And yet they don't, they bnly lit and think and
tldnk and thlak.
NUon Waterman, In Chicago HaU.
.woSde!rs of astkonomy
Bomo Fnota About ' tho Mighty
TJnlvorso Around Ua.
Tho Tearful ped with tt'tilvh W Are
tlmhlna; Tliroaxli Upac Tlia ll.av
cot CouttautO Chaiigint' A
To onllnnry Tlaton all the atari appear
to bo at rctt In the hcarcnt; nor
can the .ntrunoiucr hjmlelf reconlie
any aljraa o( motion except by patient
borqo inatancoa. over a
of and even centuriet,
whenaui:vri'dln)f (Utronomeri com plots
the woalt which their prcdooaMora bad
begun. Jluf every slnr In tho
la on Its journey and moving
through npace ullli wonderful voloolty.
Absolute rent 1 unknown throughout
the material Unlvoraa K we look up
to the aky on a calm, bright nighty
when thu atara ahlna la Ml thctr glory,
tare usually impreased with the
thnt a' aolemrt atlllneai reigns
throughout 4hoM: .lullditi: regions of
apace, to reality, those amazing star
depth above us. whioh appear so
1 stciwUakt alirt unchangeable front year
to year, are aatlr with life, energy and
activity, and there Is a remarkable
procoas of change taking place all
Our earth U moving r.pldly lo it
orbit, u't the rate of eighteen miles per
eecond. This 14 known to hi oar velocity
around the sun, and while we
sloop sevon hours the world on which
we dwoll carries us ,'476,000 miles
Some stars are kuottn to be approaching
and otbem receding, from
tho unrtli. Among iIiOhc found to be
approaching na is Arcturua mentioned
and. the "brlghlejt star
north of the is moving
with a velocity of miles every
second. Slriux, the famous "dog star,"
o glorious oil "winter evenings, snd'tha
brightest star In tho heavens, is receding
from us nt tho rate of
111 les por socond; und yet, even with
rthencenori'ioua velocltlav the passage
of u thousand years will make no
ullTiTi'iico la tho appearance
of these two stare, eo Immense ore
tho distances which separate them
fJLTie'greatest velocity that has been
gr:ept(Bixetl ntuonp tlwsturs,"intll quite
rccotlyi'fs found In 'the motion' of a
small star near Jlhe north pole Uuown
as Hie "runaway star,aa it Is some-
jttmea callod, whhh" is bulteveii to be
Tasilllpg through sjiaue. at tho rata of 3J
miles per sceoiid. This stur appears to
bo. moving In a perf&otly ktrnlght path
through tho sky, and It may be
Visiting our stellar system for
the first time; but whenca it came, or
whither it is going, no on can tall.
Its wonderful velocity cannot bo explained,
.us t 1a greater than could be
produced by the Influence of all the
'Jtnown IkhIIoh In the uuiverse; and on
the other hwtfd, tne combined attraction
of all the stars cannot stop this
anderer Jn Its solitary flight through
L1. .1.. li It .l - rf -1 ..,-
spneo, until it lias rusucu on 10 me ax-
tretrto limits iwyomt which the greatest
telescopes have never penetrated.
It 1ms. hcon mathemo,tlcaliy
strabed tliatu body approaching tho
ccutcr of our system, fi)C an intlntta
distance,' cuunot move with groatnr ve
locity than miles a second,
if inlluencotl by the attractlpu of tho
masses in our universe alone; but here
wchavu been considering a star
with eight tiroes that velocity, and
still', notwithstanding the fact that It
tho greatest motion known tmong
tho stars, It would require l5o,oog
yearsor this remarkablo star to complete
uu entire circuit around tho
heavens! Until roomttly it was sup
posed that this star had the greatest
volqcity of any In the heavens, but It In
now known that Mu In Caisiopola haa
a velocity of .105, miles a second, while,
if the observations of Dr. Blklu are to
be accepted, Areturus is traveling nt a
speed of 37 miles a second.
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'4lOse inutiuua uuacrvvu nuiviitt uw
aturs ore owing to the attractive
which thoy exert unoneachothor.
Hut the whole tf .their ''proper no
t'tou," as It la called.1 is ut real, a part
of Jt being apparent only, itud due to
thu, real or piopor uiotiim of the sun,
together with ihqoqtlre planetary
Our great universe ot stars la
constantly undergoing vest change
which will bt perceptible to those who
Inhabit hu'onHli; In fulufs centurJoa,
iClto'obguraUoa of our starrjr hav.
ous will eviulually In greatly changed
iuii ic)r present appearance, Orion,
now to beautiful and attractive during
the winter scusoit, wilt then no longer
hold kuptomacy over tho constellations.
Tho well-known "lllg Dipper" will
sometime In the distant future assume
p.vory illlttu'ent appeariuco irom tuas
iiMv prosJittud to our yluw, and must
finally ccam to uttruot the attention of
tho amateur "stupgiwer," as it does at
present, by the beauty of it familiar
figure in uur northern sky,
Ouo of the most notable examples of
iliuoonUatlt and yet almost
iisuges taking bIk la
mi'iit It to 1J found In the motions of
the s veil bright stars forming the
"lllg Dipper" above mentioned, la the
uonttellatlon known as
Ursa Major. Dr. llulns. the
DugllMt aitroniimur, has found,
by mentis of the spectroscope, that five
of these stars uro moving In the
sumo direction, with nearly tho same
velocity, mi, I receding from tho earth
nttherotoof ubout twenty miles per
second, which soems to Indlcito that
thoy uro trimlitig toguther, forming
an Independent group, and are associated
with unch other lu somo mysterious
way ut present unknown to the
astronomers. The late 1'rof. Proctor,
referred to them as the "drifting
stars," and this community of motion,
whore groups of sturs appear to be
travolltig as systems, ho termed "star-drift,"
of which there are many Interesting
example to'bo found in the various
parts of thu heavens.
The stars In tht neighborhood of tho
constellation Hercules appear to be approaching
uu iuhI thnsi) in thu opposite
part of the heaven appear to be receding
This apparent motion common to all
thu stars Is Im- lev.'il to I c dild to the real
motion of Hi." situ through spocoj and
as the sun moves 'i- of omrso carries
the earth ntM ull tin planets along with
him. lint whether the sun Is actually
moving luavstntlghtlliis or around somo
distant centor It Is Imputable to determine
at the present time. It U
estimate 1, howrvo, that the sun Is
moving sloii his path at the rate of
about l.V),lKW.i)U uillo a year, whloh
corruipomU to about lire-sixths of the
diametor of the drib's nrhlL Motion
along the line ot signt has been detected
by the use of the now and
marvelous lustrument known as the
'Hole spectroscope," owing to the fact
that It causes a displacement of tho
spectral lines. It has been found that
a, displacement of a spectral line toward
the red end of the upcet.Tiui Indicates a
motion away from us. and a displacement
toward tho violet end a motion
" Although all thu stun In tho firmament
which aru mius like our own
ero probably lu motion, rot so far
away are they tliHt their movement!
aru scarcely poreeptlblal uor can we
detect mora than the slightest change
In position, lu Hid cose, of some of
them, in a whole lifetime, owing to
tho Immense distances which separate
them from our earth.
A rocent writer, referring to tho motions
of U10 stum, truly" remarked: "Ai
to the change in those groups, rr
shall never be able to notice them In
our brief lifetime, but the stars are all
In swlltest motion, flying through
space, und though their dlstuncc Is se
great thut from century to century tin
changes caused by their movements an
scarcely to he noticed, yet the iimc
will come when these slowly growing
changes will have entirely altered the
appearance of tho starry heavens."
"The; two "poluWr." In tho "Dig
Dipper " now so convenient to casual
the heavens, will some ttoir
in the distant future cease to Indicate
the position of the "Pole star," as they
do at present, for thore are no "fixed
stars," and oach one of those
suns, flaming in tho immensity ol
space, is swept along in a tnoroment so
rapid that the human mind can hardly
conceive It and almost grows weary
even in Its contemplation; and the
writer ventures to predict thnt before
many years have elspsod there will be
recognised among the stars a variety of
constitution and complexity ot arraOgsv
mtnts,, strikingly contrasted, with thq
general uniformity of structure at
present taught in most of our text
books on astronomy. Arthur IC
lu Inter Ocean.
Tlia C.Ubr.ted M.ngo Trtek,
Dr. Andrew Wilson,, the famous
Scotch scientist, thinks he knows how
the "maugo trick" Is per formed by tho
Hindoo Jugglers. This wonderful Illusion
has for ages been the raarvol and.
despair of travelers und Investigators,
and has never had a plausible explanation.
Dr. Wilson thinks, till now, Tien:
Herrmann, the original magician of
that name the performer now calling
himself Herrmann never having been
to India explained tho mango trlak, In
which a native niaglcluu plants a mango
seed in a pot of earth, covers It from
the spectators' eyos. and on removing
the cloth shows n mango plant whict
grows then and tbero to maturity, by
saying that the magician had another
pot of earth winccaled under his robe
containing a full-grown mango plant
Dr, Wilson concludes that this cannot
be, and seems to bcllevo that the seed
planted Is hollow and contains a small
but deftly folded mango plant which Is
drawn out gradually by the porfprmer
as ha Inserts the seed iuto the earth,
tho shell ot the seed having been
pierced by the Hindoo's long
Chicago Tribune. 1
Und.tlrftbls VosttbllUI fur Womsn.
The advancement o.f women and
their admission td various uvonues ot
.industry has other undesirable possibilities
besides that ot standing np in
tho cars. A London business man,
who made over his business to his wife,
finally became so poor as to sok admission
to the almshouse, whereupon
tho authorities decided that the wlfa
must py a weekly sum for his support.
It was clearly proven that ha
had been unfaithful and cruel to her
thai she had built up tho business from
worse than nothing; that tin judges
had granted her a divorce on just
grounds; but In spite of all this lh)
was obliged to support tho tann aho
had married. It along with their aautl
rights the women are compelled to
support unworthy husbands from tho
results ot their toil they may sigh, for
tho good old days when the law that
compelled a mail to support his Wtfo
divorced the wlfa if tho husband did
not support her. Chicago Tribune.
A.liamail u' tits Wrath.
Hollanders are loyal
genius, yir Wultar Beott7"whU
making a tour of the western highlands,
wrote to the Innkeeper of Arro.
(iihar. Loch Long, Jo have rooms prepared
On the appointed day It ralusd
As Scott drew near the lab, ha
was met on tho hill near thu house by
the landlord, who, wjth bared headland
backing every yard as Scott advanced,
thus addressud him!
"(,(ud guld us, Sir Waller! This U
just nwfu'l bio an a downpour! Was.
aver tin UUoV I really bag your
1'ln sure It's no fault pt Mine. I
canna, think how It should happe to
rain this way, Just as you, 0' a" men of
the warld, should eottie to see us. ' It,
looks BiuaUt pcrona!( I n only say,
for my part, I'm Just whan o'tM
WMttwr VowWsCowpMljgaY rtanJ
"The Queen " Prize Problem.
Mr. A. and Mr. B, have to cut
down rt mlghtr Iroo, Tiio tlmo 'twill
tako for Mr. A. this mighty troo clono
to stay, la sixty minutoa etatuliml
tlmo. Beneath B's blow, ths bulk
sublimo goes Id tho ground lu half
thnt liiuo. Tho question now wo ask,
of theo Is, how long 'twill tako to cut
this troo If both lKgIu 0110 on oach
nido and tlniff thoir labor I6 divldot
Tho Quooti will glvo an elegant Mason
Ac Itltfcli or Stelnway flno toned
Upright 1'iano to tho lirst porson
answorlng tho ubovo problem correct'
ly; on elegant gold watch for tho second
correct answer; a China dlnnor
set for tho third correct answer; an
egant Silk dross pattern for tho
fourth correct answor; ana many
other valuable prizes. Valuablo
special prires will bo given, for tho
lirst, corroot answor from oach Utalo.
Each person answorlng must onclosa
fifteen U. S. two cont stamps for
"Tho Canadian Queen Galop," tho
latest and most popular piocoof lit-
cent copyrighted music issued
ring tho past year, just out, togeth
er with copy of The Queen containing
1 particulars. Tho object of offer
ing luoso prizes is to increase mo circulation
of Tho Queen, wh!h already
is tho largest cf any publication in
Canada. By sending to-day you may
securo a valuablo prize. Address
ThO Canadian Quoon, "X," Toronto,
Tho prostration after tho grip is entirely
ovorcomo by Hood's
It really dooa mako tho weak
OF GENERAL INTERESr.
A young lawyer of Savannah. Ua.,
warn across the river five
times for a wager of Ml Tno river Is
SOS yards whlrf at the point lie
thu tusk 1 1 one hour.
If all tho In tho United
States were coupled tigethcr they
would tnut(o"a 'rain ot solid Iron nnd
steal over 300 miles long. Add the
and we would havo SOO'
miles mora of wood and Iron; this
would give us 11 glgnntlo passenger
train 600 mi'cs In length, counting both
engines and cari.
Daring the year 1691 there wero
surveyed at the port of llangor 15.845,-90.1
feet of dry pine, 7.188,803 feet .of
green pine, 118,203,741 feet ot spruce,
nnd S3 Ml, 814 feet of hemlock, juniper,
ril.r. ct.'. a totul of 104.US5.S50 feet
Tills Is 14.000.000 less than In 1690, and
A,0Oi),0UO less thsn in ISS'J. The greatest
falling off was in spruce un I pi no,
and tlie drcltne wus chiefly due to the
demoralization of tliu Now York market,
Tho first fnrvrii'inor of the typewriter
lu tho United Btatoa was a ma-chin
1 ivented In 1SI3, for those who
ore, uukbl to n-e tno pen and pencil.
1h.t name "type- writer" was first given
to tne nincnbiu Invented by three men
ot Milwaukee, Wis., whloh embodied.
the principles f the preseut mschlno
In a crude maimer. Mneo 1543 there
hare been Issued in lids country 850
psJenU for writing machines. 759 of
whl'h have been granted since 1880L
Among birds that have the power
of Imitation th p irnt Is supposed to
talk the bt; biv, a of feet,
Its vi.lcf Is decliiedlv inferior to that of
the mynah. a species nf starling, of
which th"re ar- examples at the !""-.
don zo'ogIel garJens Curiously
auouph Uie mill- bird speaks In a hltfli,
clear ton?, like Hint of a rhlld, while,
tho foinalo has a gruff voice. ' The
mynshs aru fond of showing off their
vocal powers tovHuirs'lo tho gardens,
Stain and Crouiwall. who were
sentenced the tlalus atste prison for
Ufa f, r tho murder of Coshler Dsrron
ot tho D'xter bank, have not lost a
day's work since they entered the
prison. Lcnrll, fie Lewlston murder;
er, receives a liberal pension, which he
spends for luxuries that sro allowed.
ITo has a special brand of cigars, manu
factured in Ttookland, Chandler, wh?
Uaervtnjr a aaotanoe for forgery, t?
prison organist, and he has composed i,
stack of intMlc, boom of which . lie lo-
tonds to publlsli after his release
Ooo of Uie most persistant beggars
In Portland, lie.. Is a collie dog which
is very fond of doughnuts. The collie,
in company with, his mistress, visited a
bakery one day last tall, and, perceiving
somo doughnuts in a show cose, he sat
down and pleaded, by means of short,
sharp barks, for a treat Tho, clerk
generously fed the smart dog, bat now
he wishes that he hadn't for every day
since the colllo has appeared to beg for'
more doughnuts. If the shop door la
closed ha will wait outside until some
.one opens.lt, aad then, dodge in and jjet
his regular free lnncn.
It was largely the fashion In the
sixteenth, seventeenth and Ightaentl
centuries with ladle of wealth to have
their watches richly lucrusted, with
precious stones, A lady's w&teh mads
toward the end of the reign of Qnoen
Elisabeth hod a gold ase set with two
hundred turquoise stones arranged In
sight eoncentrlo circles with o single
one In the middle. On the upper por4
tlon ot the case was a Tudor rose 0!
crimson and green In translucent enamel,
and on the margin crimson and
blue lpaves and fruit in onsnieL The
bslanco wheel wm protected by a
.-About thirty years ago Moses Btar
ling and others put two small flock of
abesp on Uonhegan, a bleak and rocky
island off the entrance to Penobscot
bay, believing that sheqp could take
care of themselves almost any whore.
Slnco then tho flocks have Increased to
an aggregate of two hundred ana ulty
head, runnlag wild and, receiving no
attention whatever. Onco 0, year men
have goao to the Island, driven the
sheop Into a pen and sheared them and
marked the lambs. The sheep ore now
owned hy halt a dozen, persons, some
of whom have not soen tho stock for
Soma oreat hunting wan done, In
the closing days of the lata hnnVing
season In Maine. A party of Doston
sportsmen, with A. II. Douglass, of
Eustls, as guide, chased a ten-year-old
noose for eighteen days, when one ot
h party shot him. The animal
weighed about 100 pounds and carried
jplendld antler. Two monster ball
ntooso warn brougt into Hoboo station
a fow days after Christmas, having
been killed near Nshmaksnta lake by
Ilenismln Woodward and Horace Dore,
of Atkleson, One ot the htada, wjth
antlers, weighed MH pounds, the other
MX pounds, aad tho larger antlers bad
a spread of feet 1 iaoh,
HE Sale on our
any business we
when you see the beautiful styles and the
the extremely moderate prices.
Our line of 812,50 suits in all the new shades of wood browns,
tobacco browns, and golden browns, some of them silk lined and
all "High Art" are going out rapidly. Many of our best styles
cannot be duplicated, and it would bo well for you to come early.
Our line of low shoes for men and women embraces all tho
newest things out in Nullilicrs, Prince Alberts, Southern Ties,
and Blucher Cut Oxfords, in plain Dongola and colored undressed
50 doz. Gent's finest Maco, two-thread Balbrizgan half Hose,
all sizes, worth 35c.
Only 4 pairs to a cus
15 dozen Gents' Imported English Cashmere half Hose, worth
50 and 75c. Tuesday's price 19c.
75 pairs Women's
Bolton's, Sullivan's and
all sizes 1 to 5 Opera
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sil ( i.fhfri
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Tuesday a price $1.49.
Worth Your While
TO CALL AT
AND INSPECT HIS
Oilrt ai Slips,
103 MAIN STREET.
J. Wallace Warfield,
.T. E. Danforth.
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suporb qualities and
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i. . - vsrtfcfcr.
1 ' jZp
., Uff. 't
- T " $
l' An Vs
,9 .V4T JO;' l
of Spring Cioth
TO SEE ME
The' prettiest and nobbiest line
ing, HATS, FURNISHING
GOODS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
' ever before shown in
at prices that
" BEFORE BUYING COME
Opposite" Yates' Jewelry JJonrds corner.
No. 15 MAIN STREET.
Keepyour eye on
Nobby Spring Suits has been way beyond
have ever done. And - it'snot surprising
Tuesday's price 10c.
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