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Even the men who die may feel that
they have much to live for.
Tile Pan.American Ezxpoettem
Will be tbo greatest this country bes ever
seen. Tho entire machine will be ran by
power furnished from Na Falls. A
though the power required is enormous we
behoieve this cataract Is eul to the task, the
same as Iostetter's Stomach tters is equal
to the task of supplying the body with motive
power when it in run down. There is no
medicine in the world so good for dyspepsis,
indigestion, constipation, flatuleacy and ner
vonsnees. Try it.
Before marriage a man yearns for wom
an and afterward he earns for her.
Dr. Graham, of Kentucky who lived to be
one hundred years old, attributed his long life
and freedom from illness to the nse of Crab
Orchard Water. It was his only medicine.
Hemlock, the extract which killed So
crates, is a native of Italy and Greece.
See advt. of SrraIITLS.'s BosunmEs CozIrase
Of all German cities Nuremburg has in
creased most within the last five years
about sixty per cent.
Are Yon Uesg Allen's Foot-Uese I
It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting,
Tired, Aching, Hot, Sweating Feete Gorn
and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-lasu, a
powder to be shaken into the shoes, Cures
while you walk. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 2.c. Hmple sent FYIEE. Address,
Allen 8. Olmsted, Lefloy, N. Y.
The thirty-one beet sugar factories in
the United States now yield more than a
third of our domestic sugar product.
,eet For The Dowels.
No matter what ails you, headache to a
cancer, you will never get well until your
bowels are put right. CAsoasavs help nature,
cure you without a gripe or pain, produce
easy natural movements, cost you just 10
cents to start getting your health back. CA
Casra CAndy Cathartic, the genuine, pot up
in metal boxes, every tablet has O.C.C.
stamped on it. Beware of imitations.
Money and blood should both be kept
FITB permanently cnred. No fte orearvous
sier after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Lestorer. $4 trial bottleand tratise tree
Dr. I, if. Krxaz, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phils. Pa
Germany has colonies and possessions
whose area is equal to nearly fe times
her own sire.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
leething soften the gums, reduces insamma
tion,allays pain, cures wind colio. 25o a bottle
stunning expenses are often hard to
catch up with.
I do not believe Piso's Core for Consump.
tion has an equal for coughs and colds.--Jow
F. lora, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb.15, 1900. t
Conductor E. D. Loomis, Detroit, Mich. a
ey, : "'l'he effect of Hall's Oaterrh Cure is
wunderýfl." Write him about it. Bold by
The judge may deliver a very long ea
tatee ia very few words,
A smart brackmaker can make 4000
bricks a day. A sixteen horse power ma
chine makes 30,000 in the same time.
Esah package of PuarAx an l aas ut
olors either Silk, Wool or Cotton perfectly
at one boiling. Bold by all druggists.
Peppermint is native to Europe and its d
as a medicine dates back to the Mid- cI
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A ROYAL Pi'IC1IAN.
Dake C*le Thede se t ·Ivsria a
Few names are graven on the rolls
of royalty whose bearers have elected
a lifework other than that to which
their lineage has made them helmr.
The most conspicuous instance of this
in modern history is Dr. Karl Theo
dor, as he chooses to be dalled, other
wise Duke Charles Theodore of Bava
ria, head of the side line of the kiag
lom's royal house, who has abdicated
in favor of his younger brother, in
order that he may the more complete
ly give himself up to scientflie pur
suits. By rigid devotion to the study
of medicine, and, in particular, the
science of ophthalmology, he has at
tained such rank In his profession that
his clinics are known to scientids
men all over the world. These clin
ics are conducted Irrespective of finan
cial considerations, and any worthy
man can have the benefit of the ducal
doctor's skill and knowledge without
It was the Franco-Prussian war that
first turned the duke's mind to the
profession of a physician. He took
an active part in many of the battles,
and became particularly interested in
the hospital service, and at the close
of the war he announced his nlaten
tion of studying medicine. Naturally
this resolve aroused much opposition
in his family. The strongest pressure
was brought to bear upon him, bLt he
was steadfast. Willingly foregobM
political rights, he entered the cl~
of a distinguished Russian professor
at Mentone, whither he had gone for
his health. Thereafter he assisted at
various clinics in Vienna, in all of
which he was noted for his indefatig
able industry and patience, and whole
souled devotion to his work. Eventu
ally he became an independent opera
or in eye surgery, in which branch
he soon gained a high reputation.
Having given his time, the duke I
now set about giving his money to t
his profession. On Lake Tegernsee,
it the foot of the Bavarian Alps, he c
built and endowed a large hospital. In
his building is maintained one of the
luke's famous ophthalmic clinics, to c
which the afllcted gather from far c
md near. At Munich, Merane, in Anus- t
ria, and near Mentone, he established b
)ther clinics, spending part of the year b
it each. But it is the hospital on the i,
3avarian lake that he loves the best, ij
mad there most of his time Is spent. h
At least four times the crown of c
ingland has been In pawn. Henry Ill. 'I
nad Henry V., Edward II. and Richard I
I. all resorted to this means of rals- fi
ag money. The merchants of Fland.
rs once had possession of the crown,
he city of London held it as security
or $10,000 and it was pledged at an
ther time for $100,000. Edward III.
Isposed of it to the bishop of Win
hester for $67,500 and Charles II.
ould have used the crown as a per
)nal asset if he had been able to turn di
lato money, a
BREAD ONCO.OPERATIVE Pi
" How Workingmeon Get Better Los
In Belgium workingmen are enj
the benefit of co-operative bal
These establishments have brought
:his the price of bread to such an exth
to drive many of the smaller be
out of business. The co-operative b
is an institution that not only
. cheap bread, but good bread. It
d protest against the inordinate prof
in the bakers as well as against the
t. unsanitary condition of their fact
Jr The new system of co-operative b
dy making is an unqualified success.
he At such cities as Brussels, C
1t- Antwerp and Liege the co-operative
at eries regulate the bread market.
fe set the standard for both the const
n- and the producers. Their product
a- subjected to rigorous analysis dnd
by cism. In these bakeries the eight.
aI work day is regulated on a syste
ut three shifts. The working staffs
ticipate in the profits of the underta
at They have encouraged the organiz
1e of the workmen employed in the
ek eries into unions, which discuss,
e, amine and propose measures likely
I a benefit or improvement to the bi
* making business.
* The rules of the co-operative bak
7 are simple. They sell only for
'i They do not sell at the lowest p
possible, but they guarantee to de
bread of the very best quality and
taining the highest possible percer
of nourishment. They adhere to
r :-deration of co-operative societies
t its ar-ulations. They allow to the
t ployes, ,,.anagers and staff a shar
the profits. They distribute the pr
according to the amount of purch;
. They interest the co-operators, esi
. ally the women, in the managemen
b the business, and induce them to tl
about and discuss the solution of s(
:e problems. They exercise a serious 4
o trol over the business through the
e, termediary of a trusted administra
e counsel. The bookkeeping and busih
n arrangements are all clear and si,
e The recent exposures of the unhea
o conditions under which bread-makinl
,r conducted in New York have sugge
i- to many journeymen bakers the po
iS bility of establishing similar co-opera
r bakeries here. The manufacture of br
s in dirty, unlighted and germ-filled cel:
is not only unwholesome to the bak
but it results in poisoning bread any
t consequent flamage to the consun
The complaint against these conditi
which was made public recently ca
from the workmen themselves.-A
fow a Conspiracy Between Two W
Brought to Naught.
"No system of checks can prevent
dishonest employe from stealing," sa
a veteran business man 'and bank Dir,
tor of this city, "and the best deterrs
I know of is an occasional overhauli
of accounts by an outside actuary.
all hands feel that this is liable to hi
pen at any moment, they are vs:ry apt
lkeep straight. The strong poitnt abc
such .eaminations should be their u
expectedness. I don't believe in the •
tation of bookkeepers or other trust
employes as a check on one anothe
Good men in the same establisment ;
ways have an aversion to tale-bearir
and, in nine cases out of ten, they w
fail to report little things that wou
at once excite their suspicion in a ledg
kept by a stranger. They don't want
run the % isk of making a mistake and s
curing the everlasting enmity of a ft
low-employe. The man who makes tl
inspection should be brought, if possibl
from another city.
"That reminds me, by the way, of
remarkable story of collusion which w;
related to me lately by a National ban
examiner of my acquaintance., One da
he was going through the usual inspec
tion of affairs at a solid old bank in
Northeastern city, when the cashier su
denly toppled over in an apoplectic fi
and died almost instantly. His cash an
accounts were found to be absolutel
correst. Some months later the Inspec
tor dropped in to make an examinatio
of another bank only a few doors awa3
and the cashier promptly slipped out
side entrance and disappeared. It de
veloped that he was short a larg
amount, and, when subsequently caugh
a curious story leaked out. It seemez
that both cashiers were defaulters, ani
had been in the habit of helping eacl
other out with cash to 'make good' whet
the examiner appeared. At the time the
first man dropped dead he had abou
$3ooo of the other bank's money, whicl
he had intended to return next day. The
tragedy left his friend in a terrible hole
as he had to shoulder both shortages
and when the examiner next arrived
there was nothing to do but run. Hit
statement was confirmed by ample ex
traneous evidence, but I don't believe it
was ever given to the public in all its
letails."-New Orleakns Times-Demrocrat
The Chinese Cuislane.
Though Chinese cuisine has been ered
ted with some utterly fabulous dishes
uch as white mice served alive, which
tdd piquancy by their squeak as they
live down the gallet-curiosities in the
dible line do form a considerable list.
3ird's-nest soup, for instance, a clear
oup made from the refined glutten with
vhich a certain species 'of swallow fasten
heir nests beneath the rocks; stewed
sea slugs"-another nasty-sounding
ish but transcending in flavor the Al
!ermanic green turtle fat. There may
e. too, on first introduction, some preju
ice against fried grasshoppers. But
surage in this instance is rewarded by
deliciously crisp brown mouthful, of a
elicate nutty flavor. It is a fallacy to
ippose that pork forms a constant arti
e of diet in China. As a matter of fact,
is too expensive, and is only eaten on
igh days and holidays, or at restau
Ints. Neither do milk, beef, or game
iter much into Chinese cookery. Dog
rsh is eaten in the south--but rarely,
Id by ony the poorest of the poor.-
As People Come and Co.
When a woman tells yo]r she can't
derstand why you care for her when
ere are so many more beautiful than
e who would be flattered by your
A woman may forgive the one who has
ed about her to the neighbors, but
Sthe mean thing who failed to return
)e reason why there are so many
hdors now is that men are sever
ed may aor to hold sheinma of yar.
ile the girls wid.
L man with a fr-away look is oftea
Mhd to . be,~yamls aos--Cis mg
_ _ _ UIrtc;raarr~ b
~i~re 1~a~Cerl errrii
teries A newly married couple in Illinois
baery started on their honeymoon blindfolded.
gives But that's nothing new.
t is a
its of Advice against speculation is sensible
dirty, but unavailing. People who won do not
need it and those who lost have no more
Ghent, Here we have it again. A French sci
e bak- entist has discovered that insects are
They thoroughly digestible and a most nour
criti- For years past the Japanese Govern,
t-hour ment has sent annually thousands of stu
rn of dents and merchants to America, En
gland and Germany, to study the busi
par- ness methods of those countries.
Dr. Tanner, who became famous for
fasting forty days some years ago, says
toe hibernatics is the solution of the prob
to he lem of poverty during the winter. He
thinks people could train themselves to
keries almost continuous sleep, supported by
cashs an occasional crust of bread and cup of
Dr. Joseph Price, in a paper which he
con- read before the Philadelphia County
ntage Medical Society the other day, said: "I
the attribute the enormous increase of ap
pendicitis among women to golf, cricket,
em- the bicycle and other outdoor sports,
re in which at times subject them to prolonged
refits physical exertion and inclement wea
it of Tageblatt, in the course of an article
think advocating the formation of a European
customs league against the United
con- States, says: "America is the common
in- enemy of all, an enemy so formidable
ative that each European country must suc
iess cumb unless leagued with the rest of
nplc. Europe. Even united Europe will have
slthy a hard fight."
!ste- A pine tree bough swept before the
stive face of a Spanish baby is considered an
e emblem of good luck in that country.
lars Either pine trees must be scarce in Spain
or the people have been derelict in shak
Id a ing them before the babies, for there
ner does not seem to have been much good
ions luck in that country during the past
ame century or two.
An export tax on coal is not new in
England. It is said to have been col
lected for the first time during the reign
of King Edward' III. in the fourteenth
century; then again during' the reign of
Na Elizabeth, Charles I. killed the export 1
trade by raising the tax to an excessive
it a point. It was revived by William Pitt I
said during the Napoleonic wars, and abol- l
rec- ished in 183o.
ling Electric street railroading is only b
If about ten years old, and yet it has been s
Lap- found by careful investigation that of a
to the lines first laid every one has changed a
out nearly all the appliances then used w
un- Practically everything has gone to the o
ro- scrap heap, and new appliances have t
ted been adopted. In few fields has the ex- t<
ter. perimental stage so quickly given place 'w
al- to improvements. h
vill The world is waiting impatiently for gI
ud the maker of the perfect pencil and the 4
ger perfect pen. He is not in sight now.
to The incomparable genius who is to dim- m
- inish the 'toil of the present crude pro
thel- cesses of transferring thought to paper
e may not yet be born. When he emerges
le, into the full glare of publicity and re
nown he will be greeted with a welcome p1
a that few inventors ever received.
ay Dr. Edward Everett Hale tells how a
c- curious error crept into the translation
of the Lord's Prayer into the Delaware
d- Indian tongue. The English translator
it, had as an assistant an Indian who knew
SEnglish. "Whit is 'hallow' in Dela
ly ware?" asked the translator. The In
. dian thought he said "halloo," and gave
nhim the equivalent. Therefore the lnj
Delaware version of the Lord's Prayer gli
reads to this day: "Our Father, Who on
eart in Heaven, hollooed be tly name 1" s
It The census reports on the great towns
od of England other than London- resemble Cul
id the reports on the metropolis in that of
h they show the same apparent retardation of
of growth which is due solely to restrict. mi
Sed boundarifs. For example, Liverpool bol
t increased only from 629,548 to 685,276 1li1
h between 189i and Ioo, and Birmingham gas
e from 478,113 to 522,1I82. The gain in bt
e, each case was about nine per cent, which Ses
is decidedly low from the American
d standpoint. But in neither case is it spa
s fairly indicative of the vitality of the toe
it - tab
s In almost every walk of life there have eac
Sbeen great women. But has there ever th
been a woman who has reached the very
highest pinnacle in any field? In the cot
Cosmopolitan Ella Wheeler Wilox an- 8
swers this question in the negatrve and twe
Sdeclares that even in the essentially hal
Sfeminine vocation of cooking, dressmak- low
r ing and millinery men excel women. teat
S"Women," says Mrs. Wilcox, "have not it
Sthe concentration which gives a clear sept
perspective. They lack system and pa- mill
Stience and are distracted by details or tet
turned aside by vanity." trt
Austria and Mexico have shaken twe
hands and made up, diplomatically E
speaking, after a quarrel dating from the Bre
death of Prince Maxmiliatr, younger the
brother of Francis Joseph I. The prince fuls
listened to Napoleon III., of France, jle
and accepted the crown of Mexico, in min
June, 1864, supported by French troops, sepi
but had a stormy career as emperor wltl
of an unwilling empire. The twin trag- the
edies of time insainity of Carlotta, and the the
execution of Maximilian, left a feeling ture
of deep resentment against Mexico in hot
the courts of both Austria and Belgium. Mu
It was often awkward, at neutral capi- table
tals, when diplomats representing these halt
nations met, or, rather, refused to meet teas]
Now, all is forgotten, and ministers will of a
be exchanged between the capitals, but
A plan is being turned over for a ro
floating exhibition of American products It
of every sort, to be sent in due course
to all the principal ports of the world, tbly
The merchants of Hamburg, Germany,
have had such anmt exhibit afloat for ser
mel years and it has resulted in selling I
--iliaes dollars' worth of goods in new
arkets. The idea is to have steamers
-nded with specimens of our bread -
strs textiles agricultunral implemaents, VI
-hcks tools and aachinery and iron mame
, steal w aro eer so. household phs
o eaewukiuuswha notious," e., undu
- am t sarCnrss whet a at balE
bemaits uai aia atee
1Lril~/ -e lof~3l~aC1I iL
-'li 5r .~ ' US~~a~;i ~ ·_, u~hfCpPtji r
ci- A Modish Faney.
ire To stain oak woodwork green is a
ir- new wrinkle in housefrnishing. Of
course, only for living rooms, halls or
libraries. The furnishings then match
' the woodwork, while a copper-colored
u- burlap is most favored as the wall cov
n- ering to give the necessary point of
elvet Carpet Rugs.
or Velvet carpets are now cut into rugs
ys and used without borders, a plan
p- which makes possible utilizing partly
le worn carpets of large rooms for small
to rooms. 'Few new carpets are now
by fitted to the corners of the room, a
of bare space being left if only of a few
inches. The greater ease with which
Tmoths and carpet-bugs can be looked
ie after is a paramount reason for this
The newest summer curtains are em
bellished with what is called the Colo
nial tuck. A simple tuck, of course,
but given the higher sounding title in
deference to the prevailing Colonial
fad. These tucks, however, make a
e very slmple yet dainty border. Those
with tiny applique bands running in
d between each tuck are particularly
pretty. Diversity of effect is given by
different widths and different aroup
ings of the clusters.
e The new wicker furniture is more
charming than ever, both in shape and
wearing, and the green, which is the
e most favored color, is so much softer
and prettier shade than in former
years. Nothing more attractive can
possibly be imagined than a screen on
view lately specially designed for an
out-of-town dining room or library.
1 It was a three-fold standing one of
ly shade of green. Set into each panel
was a delicate tapestry square in the
lighter-toned, daintier figure effects.
Care of Maiden Hair Ferns.
Maiden hair ferns, which are al
Ways popular, are perhaps thet
most unsuited of all the green house 1
ferns for a room. They need a great 1
amount of atmospheric moisture and
in the heated, dry air of the average
interior, the delicate fronds shrivel I
away. Japan supplies us with many t
beautiful ferns. The hanging balls t
have a centre of moss which must al- t
ways be kept damp. All of these Jap-.
anese fern devices can be grown in a v
room if they are well soaked in tepid t
water daily and then hung up to drain I
over a tray before they are put in their v
usual position. Ferns should be exposed a
to as little dry heat as possible. Gas a
which has such a bad effect upon all v
house plants is fatal to ferns, first be- p
cause of the noxious gases Which it t
generates apd second because of its
drying properties. Success with any
sort of plant depends largely upon gv-.
tag it as far as possible its material
environment. Few ferns should stand
In stagnant water, and therefore the
saucer should be emptied in most cases
within an hour after watering. Moss d
placed at the top of the soil in the pot ci
will have a tendency toward keeping n
the earth about the roots moist.
Apple Cream-Stew six apples, leav
ing quarters whole. Skim them into a
glass dish and whip with egg-beater
one cup of cream and one cup of
sugar; pour over apples. When cold,
Bananas an Gratin-Add one-half
cupful of maple syrup to one capful ag
of boielling water, also a tablespoonful
of cetn starch blended with a little
milk. Add the juice of a lemon, and
boil thick. Butter a baking dish and
slice five bananas in ift; pour over the a
sauce, cover the top with battered
bread crumbs and bake until brown.
Mustard Dressing-- Add two table- ch
spoons of oil to three of mashed pota- sp
toes. Stir until smooth, adding one fi
tablespoon of French mustard, two -
tablespoons of vinegar, half a teaspoon
each of salt and sugar and two or
three drops of tobasco. Make this soft
and smooth with cream and pour over
cold cooked fish neatly flaked.
Saratoga Corn Cake--Stir together
two cups of pastry flour, one and one
halt cups grandlated corn meal (yel
low). one-halt cup of sugar, one-half
teaspoonful of alt and one tseaspoon
ul of soda. Beat two eggs without
leparatlng, add two cups of thick sour
nilk and three tablespoonfuls of but
r (melted), and stir into the dry mix
ure. Beat thoroughly and bake in a
arge shallow pan from twenty to
Eggs with Mushrooms on Toast-
3reak one cupful of mushrooms into
he saucepan with three tablespoon
uls of butter, a few drops of onion
nice, salt and paprika. Cook for ten
ninutes. Beat three eggs slightly, not
leparating them, and season them
lth salt and pepper. Add them to
he mushrooms and scrape them from
he bottom as they cook until the mix
ure is thick and creamy. Serve ox
ot buttered toast.
Marshmallow Pudding--Dissolve two
ablespoonfuls of cornstarch in one
alf cup of cold milk; add one-forth
esspoonaful of salt, three-fourths cup
f sugar and one-half teaspooneal of
attej, into one quart of boiling milk;
nar this, stirring rapidly. Remove
rom the fire and divide into two equal
arts. Into one part stir the sldE ed
rhites of two eggs; into the other fir
iblespoonfuls of melted cheslate.
lavor with one-fourth tnspeeaal of
aniila. Pat into mold hS aitrae
oofutals and iserve oeo wrih eas.
KPOXAIINT TO Mo0 MaN.
F"ainl, L T.-ULt.4 5tah OCe.
emter .tpmis stm i a ie
I_ w e tsi e seem emor se tk qo
e th sA- -kes ear biytht it
Ci a uem qlta t.ste
binw' bS ~tuI Dj
ALL FOREIGNERs8 ELIMINATID.
RighMs of Imported Peepi Nfet Rteeg
ogaped In Alabama Constitutlest.
The Alabama coastttItionl eeav
Ma FPriday adjourned In a tangle ovae
the politieal rights of foreignaer wh
have only declared their Intention t
beeome eidtlens. It settled the ques
at Saturday morning by throwing
the whole thing out and the new cor
stitution will say nothing about thn.
Speakin about eerslleaes d
power, the Janitors of New Yerk
have formed an assclati0.
After a eeg lmesresesasss, stun Crim.
aees a i& nmedom.
After the elvil war many negroes
found themselves so helpless in their
suddenly enfored freedom that they
begged to be restored to slavery. From
long habit thy had grown attached
to slave life. So we ind prison life
endeared to long-term convicts.
Comte de Lorge, coalned for thirty
years In the Bastile, declared when
released that freedom had no joys for
him, and, Imploring In vain to be al
lowed to return to his dungeon, pined
to death in six weeks. When Chi
vang the Chaste ascended the throne
or China he ordered the prisons to be
thrown open. A venrable prisoner of
85 years pleaded that he might be al
lowed to remain in his cell. For sixty
three years he had lived in its gloom
and felt that he could not bear the
glare of the sun and the bnustle of the
A woman in Leyden, on the expira
tion of a long term of imprisonment,
begged for parmission to return to her
cell, adding if the request were re
fused as a favor she would commit
some crime which would give her a
title to her old quarter. A prisoner
condemned to death had his sentence
commuted to seven years' close con
finement on a bed of nails. At the end
of five years he declared that if ever
he were released he would adopt from
choice what habit had rendered so
agreeable to him. A well-known
criminal once said that he had grown
to like the quiet and the suboned light
of his cell, the spots and patches on
the walls, the hardness of his bed and
the regularity of his life, with its free
dom from all care and worry. He did
not wish to be released. It is an ev
eryday practice of negroes to commit
offenses that will return them to the
chain gang, where they will be in fa
miliar company and get plenty to eat
Led a Varled Career.
Ex-Congressman George Willard,
who died 'at his home in Battle Creek,
Mich., the other 'day, was born In Bol
ton, Vt., and at the age of 12 went with
his parents to Michigan, where in turn
he became student, teacher, minister,
professor, member of congress and
editor. He was rector of St. Luke's
Episcopal church at Kalamasoo for
two years, but resitned from the min
istry because of the conservatism of
the society. For ten years he was re
gent of Michigan university, and it
was largely his Inluence that opened
the doors of the institution to women.
He was elected in 1872 to congress,
where he served four years, his most
notable achievement bag a vigorous
speech against the "'lfle bill" that
was not relished by many of his Re
publican colleagues. Mr. Willard es
tablished the Battle Creek Journal in
A -lt-lMliteas.r's Petmoea Death.
John P. Duncan of, New York, who
made 6,0000O In the whelesale gro
ery business and in real estate deals
In Broadway and Fifth avenue in that
sity, died from blood poisonlng. Sun.
lay. While eating oysters a bit of
shell was swallowed which lacerated a
membrane of the stomach leading to
oisoning of the blood. Mr. Duncan
was 72 years old, born in New York, of
cotoh parents. He was a Presby.
erlan of the Calvanistle school and "
me of his eusntoms was to cloas the
hades of the house and serve cold
neals on unday so'that the servant
nisht spend the day eligiously.
Omlime blood poson, old 1au ulcers,
tcesm ed dadly ecer, runing fe, e
o m- o Raim), which hllsn tlih polaca
eels eveyrs re; epesly resommeaad for
d, _atYasee Drsgis , 01. DmeseIbe
oables eat tatl eP st atrb yr wt
g Dr. 0llma s12 MiS e t., IGa.
The ?epniar Casaaelea.
A carnation mania has taken hold of
ower buyers. At a coaservative eeti
_ate It reqired 600,000 carnations to
-pply the demand in New York cliy
uring ZUster week. Thee flowers
Dld froem 536 to 50 cents a dozen for the
tferior hinds to $ and $6 a dozen for
hoice varieties. At least $75,000 was
ent by New Yorkers to utisy their
kLng for these owers.
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL
"A 1f6U OLD TIME II VIEW."
The Les rlm nmw to eaecealee,
To emese his powers peams s,
To oII ye ald to per the beet ttegieo
Vto th e di te Ahe he rds wiail mneato.
For 'tie mportat that you should remmber
NiMtae ire hndredd ame, fret of September.
As a that da the lCo's Nlt of prises,
Wil be roeewed-hot laL with aew arrisest
The LieU hfm hi s so m i w mrosei
-cO " His gewet Premim L UI whih w he manie,
e l- EjTo r aei w wf to eddldr, raet sad Daoue,
A7a' At emae uemie dam aher doese
TAp wlt a als tJemti most whe vedr,.
SWho e.b pe uta , asuraiy humse.
Pom his beloes the Iden madreekes saes
Thno aspaeemarbe t ye ask the qcedees-.
The u , .thems ,perwme
And I pawr mae, hi at e e
Saft baeewlt tenamse veer acd is p sneLdy
'win a. U.w ae. fr * n . eynhe aýi
Ju-t t sry , pghi ge of lCI ,a, .. you wi ..ende.t.ad
tb iseson of it. pop.ulwt
_ _ ^ r
Da. D. Pnsem , the OblEe
bhflatbrop, who bat e mfrostwots
SWW to eouoatbeal bullMShmatrg
to not a mlibal ma. Be !No" wM
that: "I am nt * a bmwuiest m. 2
tm the toost .eoa~I, duss.es
a63 703 0Ter put W ' 6m Uy lhm
ans tefIt by my bL h'sl tha. I
saer went to a hornwe et osea tow
ali pm., or a beesbal pm' to my
Ule What I am doing >. dainces
oe prtcdplee. Aaw praodinag
amonmy for senwaty tewrn. I usoed
wve~ what I aould d. uth my
"Two years ag my hair was
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Ayer's Hair Viger, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, Il.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
$iS Weie. All dis.
If your druggist cannot saply tea,
send us one do g' sad we wl express
ou a bottle. Be aure and re the same
of your nearest expraess . Addre,
J. C. ,T Co., Lowell, Mass.
If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver is out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys
pepsia, make your liver right.
Easy to take, easy to operate.
28c. Al druggists.
I ant your moustache or berd a teantfal
brown or rich black? Then use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE * Im.,
so.r. o, . _ . F .c P. " o la L ,d i Ic. .. N.
For Young Ladles. Charterd. lllsatrse.
tore, Courses. Ideal slts Notew
dodern Appotnatment, omanUl _le%5
anppyr Homelie, Le. o 8ud e , Ofan ate
in Wllealey sad Barnasd oiloe. Mede.
rate Coat. Write for Catalog n th See.
,ion which opeae Rept 5.
1. t. !3.T5, reliatg,
W ANTED-TW MEI
~ To SELL OUI LINE teLe TRASE.
an take the plae of krpCr d me -
$2,000 ~~L7 r M"
P. O, BOX sd8 EA C&ci, M
"NEW RIVAL" FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLSI
eutaboot all other black powder shells, because they are £ds
better sad loaded by enact machinery with the standard brads of
powder, shot and waddh 1 y them ad yes vi bebe convinced.
ALL " REPUTABLI DBALBSI IEBBP , THBE
GULLE'r GIN COMPANY,
THE I[ EPElNEIT COMPANY. 10T II THE TRUSTOR OMiBIE
Manufacturers of Ginning Machinery,
WRITE FOR -CATALOOUE.
mow. 1 U I n14 morIt .ft of th
wMal In MY de4 aud , Undo ga
w naot Uud to car7 moU nyLn. 1oy
tet room I twoac my attunetd to
a d~l tsot aolkdnr 1 dUd mot
I' ýRanl to )rovldaý a pane fo t e
-Ob o sad Oft In the oCt)U aft
O1 ia the eua= I have beso IWn
ow mowe SWU,.
The Euawplaaº Unsamnnet baa fan
bIddn the practiet of hmypnotlm. am
apt by medlesI men mnd under yeds,
,rw bprdaeQ ss be ·sue..
Ma "w bathe
Uan ORCISAM WATER ft.. Lemwpsra Rt.
Tlauc IUnioverslty of Loulsis.
- in1314. eag now har d$41 Gro
1l smtara peaisl lsernetsa. bath Ipysapla
em~r.ý and emsadlwa tat),. uater Oaultj .
p-.) emhabeds aed agp &teatsasnailli. epeeWl
iwaetle Y stres dab. .t 6S. bedside of the tsik.
The etgs~e. bogies sgober tins. Igit. Q~r sate
lm e oDrswer Iml.New Ortaea..
15 to $3OTS Ta6O16
PER WEEK c SELLM
CRAMS POPULAR ATLAS
OW V. U. AND) WORLD.
New imaps-New census; New Utaisede-
Noss popUlar and valuable work ever oisred
Qu#kiheat seller isamed in 10 yeaze.Ixciaivi
sttttety. JAW price. LiberaJ ternse
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den for eatalogue. wrote for pledse.
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