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TH3? ARGUS, JSATURDAY";. JUS Ell, 1S98.
V7ords From Mrs. Pinkham, Corroborated by Mrs. Obarlca
Dunmore, That Ought to Brim Suffering
Women to Their Senses.
It yrro were drowning and friendly bands shored a plank to you, and you
rcf'iMMl it, you would be committing suicide! . , J
almost dead with misery, yet refute to grasp the kindly hand held out to them!
r... .1 FTM
iiiuuwniuoi women In Uiis condition have
1-ocn enred by It Keep your bowels open with Mrs. Ilnkhams Liver Fills,
and If yon wont further advice, write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., stat
ing freely all your symptoms she stands ready and willing to give you
the very best advice. She has given the helping hand to thousands
JUc;vui.Ti.ii,iuaujrwiiuraiiTcamyesawrirom a physi
many thousand of women. It can
n-hpucvaoie urug store.
Mil. Ciiari.ks DusisoKK, 103 Fremont St, Winter
Iinj.&omervillc, Mass., says: "I was in pain day and
nizht; m v doctor did not ai-ein In bi.l
not seem to find any relief until I took
ham a Vriretable Cooinound. I had
the womb, a bcarinrr-dovrn nnin. and
badly. Thc pninvrasKO intent that I
nifcht. I took Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable CemrmtiTirl tnr
and am now all right. Ik-fore that I took morphine plls for my pain; that
w a great mistake, for the relief was only momentary and the effect vjle I
ani so thankful to be relieved of ray sufferings, for the pains I had were some
thin terrible. I am, indeed, vtry grateful for the good Mrs. Pinkham "a reme
dies have done ."
COLOR IN FLAGS.
'J l'nilnlntn Largely In tlie Stand
ard of the Chlaf Nations.
ThoiuU tho policy of military au
thorities iu u.siiiKliui8 glnring colors in
nniformii him lieen very marked of IITto
yenrs rod rvmiiinH the motit popukir col
or fur national rtnnd.n-ds. Wf 25 coun
tries l'j liove ll:cs with ml in thfin,
tho Ut iiirludiiig tlie United Stut'-s,
England, rranco, OiTinnuy, AuMcia,
It:ily, Spam, IVuniurk, B4:liniii, ?(wo
tlcn, Hwltzcrhuid, Turkey, Mosico,
Chik I'ortnKul, Venezuola and CuIkl
Tho counfrieH which have blue an tin
clenuMi tif their flaKS are tho United
8t:itn, KiiRsi:i, Fnihco, Eiwliind, Il.J
laiid, Ecuador, Sweden, Chile, Yen
or.u ln. I'artuil and Cuba. Three coun
tries have Mack as one of the elements
of their Rngn, Germany, HoIkIuiu and
China, but (HTiiMiiy is the only one f.f
throe which hits black and wiiife to
gether. Thrro nro flvo countries (exeludiitK
from co'iNifliTatioit Ireland, the familiar
Hug of v. hich in not oflleially recoxnizod
!:ioiik tho nntiotinl standards) which
have gaii-n ns a color; rlrar.il, tho flag
of which is green chiefly; Mctticn,
KVi, Italy and I'er.-ia. Tliertt nru nino
coimtriM in which th flaij is partly of
ycllew. Thei) countries are Austria,
ripnin, Uc1i-,mi, Egypt, Sweden, Clrina,
IVrslu, I'.razM nnd Venexnela, Comitrien
with (IngH partly whrtn are tVo Unifc'd
Wwtea, Frnnev, (iertnaiiy, ttuswia, An
triii ami Itrly, six of tho seven chief
Tkrro is no white in tho natiniml
Man lnrd of Eii:lnnd, Imt tlw r.ritinh
naval 'Ihg litis a white bnclcKrmmd.
Other ifinntries luiving whito in thnir
f!if? arc Swit-crland, Turkey, rorfila,
Jjpan, Mer.ii-o, Holland, benu'iark, For
fnal, Cnlia, rhile und Emudor, the
flag of wjjieh is nenn r white than any
othei nmiitfy, ling majlo npof two
parallel white column, lxtweeii which
is n column of bine, upon which uro
white stars. New York turi.
rnile Kara nf It,
Homo time agn I was at a small vil
lage in Somersetshire fitting up a steam
As is well known, water is n i;iost
CHwntial tiling in a dniry. So, Ix-ing
nmililn to olitaiu a sufllcicut supply from
n w. ll alp airy sunk, it wus snggestwl
t. o n a dipnd well uwir and try the
Iiistmctions Mere given to tho men to
bo careful on opening the well, as it
might lo unsufo to descend on account
of fnl air.
Tin y wrro told to light a candle atid
let it down, and if it continued to burn
they would then know that there was
no danger in dcMvtiding.
thi the following day, on axkiug if it
was safe to go down, ono of tho men
replied: "Yes, that's safe enough. I
took the cattdlo down with me, and it
burnt beautifully. "Loudon Globe.
Would Be Suitor Good mominij.
Miss Brown Quito an opportune meet
ing, indeed. I have been waiting for a
chance to ask when it would bo agree
able for mo to call on you.
Miss Browu Oh, you are at lj(icrty
to make your own selection.
Vould Be Suitor Thanks. By tho
way, I see that yon have been getting a
new hora and carriage.
Miss Brown Yes. Come around soon
and pa'll tako great pleasure in driving
you out Riclum nd Dinpatch.
"A PERFECT FOOD
Has stood the test of mew thaa too yarn' use amen' alt
cUmoi, and lor purity aad beacst worth 1 onequalUd "
Costs lM than ONE CENT Cup.
. TraoMark on Every Package.
imc". . Establishod 1780.
ku aj "iter aay i that dull, coa-
mu pam in. me region of the womb and that
bloating heat and tenderness of the abdomen.
I- I t v ....
wmcn mane, uve weight or your clothes en
. almost intolerable burden to you. It is not
natural to Suffer so in merely emptying t!
bladder. Does not that special form oi snf
..fering tell you that there h inflammation
JJ Shall I tell you what it is
It is inflammation of Ui nmU
If it goes on, polypus, or tumor, or cancer will set ia.
Commence the uw of I,t?lL- V u;i,i,. i-
,7 . niniiuill o VCUCUTIMB
1 . .... "
be found at any
Lydia E. I'ink
th n-biti.ii om
rnnM nnt tn.i
PLAGUE CF LEGISLATORS.
Why Some rf tba State. Once Bad Ti
Baton R wif.'s freely truuslutcd means
red slick. That is the limit of my un
derstanding of the alTair, however. It
is a quuiut old town, consisting chiefly
of "river. When I ncdied Reosrsiphy
K'jveral dp-.id h ivrn, 1 Unnv that Lo;:i4
c.na Ifcid two capitals, ouo nt New CJr
le;ms ami the other :;t Butou Rnr,.
They have ;ot tired of cutertainiiiK
h-i.-latms at Nev Orleans of lato years
nnd have unloaded tho whole job upon
the smaller and mure ucarly defcusdea
Ln tking l to tl.o.-w old d:;yj, I re
call tlmt Louiiaria was ono of tlie very
few hr::tci which required two veuts fir
their legislatrres. i .Vmnccticat was one,
with llartl'c.rd and tlv.w Haven ar. cap
itals, and V.Ui A'.' Inland, tfrxi nllest of
!itates, was uunther, witU Provideiiw
and Newport. Of late veers there has
boon a sort of centralisation of capitals!.
Tho fashion of having one st every en
terprising city in a stare has fallen' into
dinw. Yon might tramjkiill over any
of the rf::tvs i: iwad::ys and not run tho
ri f 1 lunderiug into n legitdafnr.t in
full blurt where it niiaht have been
Ivant oxjxh-H. 1 aked tha Poca telle
iihiii what he thought was tUorerr
for tlie wc.-lta of capitals in earlier
"In hos days." ho said, "t!o rtates
wens yoimg and tender; ul hud net
fully develop il their muscle ar.d their
power of n.-iinjing grat a:;ar.lt.s. It
wus therefor.; to distribute tho evil of
n legislature KKting over.i grctit deal c.f
country so uh not to give any particular
city tlje worst of it. As time went on
ami a town showed especial hardihood
and ability to sland ;;rent nilam;ty the
legislature wus switched upon it asa
IKTpetual and p."rmiini'nt ius'.ituiicn.
New t)rlenns and Newport cud ether
towns which in it her days were capitals
had rlia gooil luck to draw two aces and
to win out. scniWitif tlie legislature in
tho c.ne-in.stanco to Baton Kongo and in
the other tn Providence. It takes a g.xao
town to staiiU a persistvut plague of
legislature. " Chicago Rccerd.
The really cx:r.lircliu:n ? DcrfDrmicns of
nilnil rciulcrs or celehrity uslovnl nil who wit-!
dims ihem. Scientists e:innot explain them, j
Ha u'ct cxclahni: --There are more things in '
heavca nnd earth. Horatio, than are dreamt '
ot in thy phil aopajr." Toe woudi rrul feuis . f
the mind reader ore slroccly corroborative tt
wi.. u... . i. . - . . . i . '
ii.u hi mc m-niiH-eni euee.s
or Hiisteuar s Sioiineh nine s iica.se-ifl
IJNiejMa. niulsrla. rhcumitlsm. MlimisnesK. '
nt-rvimsncxs i ml kiilnev ami Madder compUiut. j
diK not rt-iiuirc nt will ant provoke i vestl-
irntlon. We know that the medicine docs !
elTeet lU.mui-i cures In chxtinate cases, (hut
li dues prrvent ihn discuses to which il U '
iUlllltlCll. 1'm'i! with TM-rit..n... Il w il
tali sh bf ai'.h. .
A White .Mark.
roiev s Kinnev t ore is a
pei fecllv ,
n u.iiiie jiiviaiaiion lor alt Milliev and
bhuliler diseases. The proiirietors of
this -reat medicine - tar intce it or
tlie i?i......r r..f.l.wl ti.. u
tin l.iomy refuiid.-d Io thev not,
i'Tt XV,"U' n,a,k? K,r .V
r. II. 1 honias. j
Beauty Ia lllood nn. !
dean blood mean, a clean skin. X
beautr wiri.mi it
Uo clean jour b.ooil and kiip it clean, by
Btimnff tin 1 Vte. la- l-..r .nJ Am....: u :
w uiKi uiiiiii mi
purities from the body, lleirin ta-dtsv to
lanili pimpl.'s, hoils, blotclies. blackhead. ' More deiul than alive, he reached Ir
ana that sickly bdmus complexion by taking katsk. Thc half wildnativescarcd for him
iitE'-fc:1." and gave him clothing Hc not his old
, . euaramecu, mc, oe.aoc.
ma Wboleaomo ma it is Delicious."
BAKEfc & CO.'S
rl & CO. LTD.,
DORCHESTER, MASS, )
BEGAN AS A PIRATR
Weird Romance of Ivan Skobc!,
the Russicn Samson.
A ROYER IS STRANGE LANDS.
Learned to Perform Feats of Strength In
Japac, Spent Tears In a Rositicn rriaon,
sad Filially Foasd Ilia Lost Wife In
Ftrruigo ai:d ntiv.ajiic things Irrppen in
these prosaic mudcTn times i.f ot:rs. The
events in the life f Ivr.n Hkobcl prove
tliis. Had Ivan never reamed ho n:f:,-ht
havo lived as uneventful a life r.s anyone,
but fate ordered otherwise. Ilcro Is the
Ivan Skobcl was born In Cairo, Egypt
His j;aents were wealthy. His rariicst.
rerailloctions en-of a humcnf ea:rtrni mag
nlflerncc. Ho rcmemlxYS his raruiirs, ,ut
only faintly. Ilodocs not know whether
they wtro Egyjitians, Arabians, Turks or
IIo was 7 year.? old when ono duy a
rtmngc, susjiicior.s looking craft came to
tho landing The boy went with thecrowd
dowft to see it. A man whom ha knew
T!!E l'AKTISC IS I'KIEOX.
offered to take him on board. Ho cngcrty
aeci-ptod tho invitation. He hjul nevur
betV) (jr, ft ship before He ran here mid
tlu're, eluiuliurcd aloft and explored l;eKtw.
When ho came back up on deck, tho
ship was under sail. Cairo hnd been left
in tho liit;mi e.
' 1 v.-os on tho ship sis ye rs mid a half.
It w.-.s a pirnto ship. It cruised tn lio
Black sea all tho time. Tins men were
fierce and rough. They mnrdesed aad
pillaged r.nd burned. 'P:ey did not mis
treat me or tho lirtlo irirL but bloodshed
nt-.d rlhury iTid not suit me. When I was
13, I determined to csi-njie 1 had taken
money every chance I got and bad over
"Ono day tho ship lanital at NioolL
With two niitr, of clolhes on and nay
money plaster! ovur my Ixxly I, west
ashore with members of tho crow aud
when the j were r.ot lookitig made a tweak
After a year or so of roving ho landed' at
a coast town In .Japan. He was then fi
years old. His physics:! fctrengtli was won
derful. He was standing one day looking In at
the door of a gymnasium, becoming in
terested In the work, ho tixik uctmrso of
training ar.d left at t-iie end of b!s months
a wonderful atlilete.
Then ho resumed his wanderings and
went In Unssln In Oltessll hn i,,limrl
company of nihilists and was eventually
nrn'SHiL ins great srrengtn niwlo lilm a
trai'.lilesomo jtrisoner, ami l:o made several
unsueeestiiui out uaring attCmjts toesc:p.
Incrderto l:cej) him ijuiet the prison su
perintendent allowed him to marry a
yoifiitr woman whoso pareats wcro nihil
Itliey were as happy as jieojilo could well
be under such circumstances, and Skcfliel
madn.no more trouWofor liis kwpers.. Hut
by uod by a child was born to thitii and
another anda thinl The first bom, a
bright boy, was S years old and was be
ginning to understand why other children
drew owaf from him in tho street. Once
llo went crying to his mother and told her
tho children hnd pointed at Mm in the
street and wild his papa was a prisoner.
The next time SkoWs wifo went to sco
him she told him aliout It and mentioned
for tho lirst time how she had loen made
to suffer also by unfeeling taunts.
M'hen Slltl hl1 Ifimn. Skltlw.1 Efilt a nnr
... . . y . . s
nine ana tiioogiit iu glooiiiand bitterness,
1xn sho came again, lie told her she
must tko the children and go to Amerina,
where tho lipger of shame conld never be
pointed at them. Reluctantly she oii"yod.
As soon as she hnd gone bkoliel beenme
untiinnnjteabio a.in. Ho grt'vv savAira
and had to be watched constantly. "
1 i....:, .
the political prisoners with whom ho wa
then thrown iu cotitacft was ono mnn
prematurely aged who:! days were clearly
.,... tu.. i i a.- .
" ki u ar.ercc ciiisman, a
sma" ,locf' of n"?al with the l'''-taroof an
'na Blbikal In-rrip-
turn cn the other. He gaxe il to Skobel.
iijfore hc ?.,,;t nnnthlT pl;m of
Tho next ngtit ho crcj;t under his cell
:m h .8nd l '"V01- with hi? fingers dig-
f thc n,ortar wy round one of the
nrjic eioowi in uie wail, tie llg enougn
, , . ...t ... .,.
.w. - cif.:iv i.viu ...... IIISUULIS.
cowled in working the stone loose.
r.aerting ins enormous strength Le isuc
,jolfcw onU tho shacUJw . a lvlca,.d mial.
ly nwhed Germany. The Ucnnaii Sm ial
ists assisted him to gi t pasttipo on a ship
He landed In New York und rented a
Mom in the Jewish quarter. After weeks
' of privation he secured an engagement in
a variety theater and liepui to perform
t fwnts of strcngtli. The Jjici prtntcJ col
umns atxtut him. Ho was ihe lion of tho
In tho nteunt!niakfbers wWcjJijmI gone
from New York in Clih-ftgo nod.frum Cld-
kii n .-. ixnns. ne nraa aoeut the
feaU of .faiLV-L That was ao his correct
name nor the tavio dnder wbich she hod
married him. Sue had never heard the
name beforu, but thc papers aid die strong
man hud escaped from a Siberian prison.
j Mic wrote a letter to a New York paper-
A rejiorter tooK it to Skobcl.
tie numcu to M. Ixiuis, r.nd there was
joyful reunion in the hi
rtrrrt where he and hi w itV
- THE MOHAMMEDANS.
Tte Coeer Manner Ia Wbich They Mis
I'p Bellcina and Harder.
The month of Hamudan, in which thc
first part of tho Koran is said to have
been revealed, is observed as a fast by
all Mobammedaus. The fast extends
over the whole "month of raging heat"
tnd involves extraordinary self denial
and self control. No food or d?ink of
any kind may ba taken from daybreak
niiril the appearance of the stars at
The rigor with which a Mohammedan
observes this fast aud the great frulf Ke
tween its observanao and obedience to
tho moral code are both illustrated by a
stsry told iu the lifo of one of the ho
rors of India, Major John Nicholson.
While Kicholsr.n in 1834 was deputy
commissioner iu Bannn, a native killed
his brother and was arrested. Ho was
brought lioforo Nicholson on a very hot
evening, looking parched and exhausted,
for he bwl walked many miles, aud it
was the month of Ramadan.
"Why," exclaimed Nicholson, "is it
possible that you havo walked in fast
ing on a day like this?"
"Thank God," aiiAvcrod the Ean
nuchi. "I am a good faster,"
" Why diil yoa kill your brother?"
"I saw a fowl killed last night, nnd
tlie sight of thc blood put the devil in
to me. "
"Ho had chopped up his brother,
stood a Iohk chase aud been marched hi
here, but be was keeping the fast,"
wrote thc commissioner to a fricitd, that
ho might know w4iat sort of blood
thirsty and btsreted poople ho, irichol
con. bad to govern.
Ono day n wretched little child v.ns
brought before t'at co:nmissioncr. Ho
bad lioen onlcrcd ly his relatives of tho
Wassiri tribe to poison food.
"Don't yon know it is wcon to kill
people?" asked Xicholspx
"I know it is wrong to kill with a
knife or a sword, " answered tho child.
"Bocanso the blood leaves r.:ar!;s, "
answered tho tnHiitil poisoner.
A Pathau chief, who full by Nioh.il
sou'sside iu a skirmish, left a little son.
uixMi wlmm the English ofliccr lavi-Led
care and attention. One day tho 7-year-old
boy asked his protector to grant kiui
a specLil favor.
"Tell me first what yon want"
"Only your permission, sahib, to go
and kill my cousins, the children of
yonr and ny deadly enemy, my uncle,
Faltri Khun. "
"To kill ynr.r cousin.-,?" exclaimed tho
Eiifdishi.-ian, hornfiul nt tho answer.
"Yes, sahib, tokil!ail the hoys while
tln-y are youutf. It is (jnito e;Mij- now. "
"Yon littlo monster! Would you
laurdcr-j-our own cousins?"
"Yes, sahib, fir if 1 don't thoy will
certainly murder me."
The little boy wished follow Pa
than nsago and thought it very hard
that his guardian should provcut his
tafmg so simple a precairtimi.
DID THE GIRLS PAINT?
Cow the Question Was Dccleml and a
Two well known society swells went
to the Imperial thimtcr ouo a-fteniixjit
when "East Lynne" was the bill. A
few ('.veilings before there had been dis
cussed at their club t!fo subject of wom
en painting their fuces. Several irls
were ineiitioiied wSo were suspected by
their admirers of wearing an artificial
carnation bloom. Others defended Hie
young damsels and said it was natural.
Iiow to find out nnd win a wager
that was laid thou anil thero was the
subject of the young men's visit to the
"East Lynne" is a play which ought
to make all women cry, they reasouel
for it maltos oven men's throats grow
thick. They, sept tk-kots for reserved
scat to the girls under discussion, beg
ging then to invite whomsoever they
pleased of their acquaintances, as they,
tho donors, would not be ablo to escort
The rnse was successful. Iu an upper
px sat the young men ready to wiu or
lose tho wager, and right below, in the
parquet, where they conld see their
faces and every move of their bauds,"
were the young women. There were six
of them, two of whom shed copious
tears and hesitated not to wipe
them away with their handkerchiefs,
while the other four never winced.
Among those who did Hot cry were the
girls suspected of laying on the red
pigment, and it was on just that evi
dence that tho bet hinged. That night
tho wager was paid with a supjs-r at
tho University club. St. Louis HenrV
She Will Teach Bonnet Making.
Mile. Valentino About, duajfhfor of
Edinoud About, thc author, is going to
open a "class iu hat aud bonnet mak
ing. " Everybody in Paris is surprised
at tho necessity for it, as during his
lifetime Almut kt-jit open house in his
norei on tne line de Doiiai, and a Ibte
that he gave to tho Authors' society in
the, chateau he had just bought at Pou
toiso is remembered as almost princely.
By what reverse of fortune Altout's
family were left destitute nobody -ems
to know. Although he himself Ugau
life humbly as the sou of a gnrer, his
daughter was a brilliant young society
woman brought op in luxury, and every
body is adjuring the courage with
which she has undertaken to solve the
difficult problem of the "struggle for
life." Boston Woman's Journal
Der Lacltjr Itmy.
A North Can il iiia paper says:
"A Hegro struck his wife rwo terrible
Uowi on the head with mi ax. The
negro escaped to the woods, and Ins
wife soon revived and said: '1 miglrty
glad U doae it. kuie now he'll stay
cl ar it de neighborhood en I won't have
tor suppo't Lun no mo'. It wnz a lucky
day for mo w'en he hit me will dat
Very fewcf us areasthankfl as tliat
for these little blessings iu disguise.
PULPIT AND PEW. B
Theyonn peo-le of the United
Presbyterian church will conduct ser
vices at the ja:l tomorrow at 2:30
At the voting men's service at the
First Bjiptist church tomorrow even-in-'
the sinpinj will lie lel by a male
quartet consisting of Messrs. Kovd
ston, Williams. KaiT and Taylor.
Every mc ml-cr aud friend of ihe
Unitel Piesbvtcrian church and Sab
lath school is cordially invitetl to the
children's dav service at 10 o'clock
a. m. An interest in
There will W services in the vaii
oils churclies tonioiToiv as follows:
Trtnitr Epncnpal, eoroer o Sixth ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Kev B. V
Sweet, S. T. tl.. rector. K.t. k F U-e
enrute. Kariv roleltrallun at a tn VuDJir
sbo.il at v n. m. Mittins at H-4 a ro :
saeond culctir.iinn at K m ; even op at 70
Trinity Episcopal, eoroer of Fount
avenue and Srvonth strerv. Kev. R T 8'ert
S.T. I)., rector: K . K. F enne. Eves
Mtnif aril FitiKluy seho, I at i 30 r. tu.
St. Jimcph m Kimu Uaunma. eornei
of Seoonfl avenue and Kourteeni b "iroel. Kev.
Thomas Mackla. dean and paktor.licv. Jotin H
Cannon. asKlaianL Mav at a. ra. ai.. in.)
a. m. Vttxpers at I p. to. Sunday actiuul at t
St. Mary's German Catholln. eoroer
ot Fourth avenue and Tenty-aeoud reti.
Rev. Ilernard Uattk. pelor. Mua at S a. n.
and 10:30 p. m. V'eipere at a p. m. Suadai
iwhool at :S0 p. m.
(iertuan Lutheran, corner nt Tvrn
tleth street and Flflh avenue. RT. C. A
Mennicke puctor. bervicen at 10 a m. and
:'A p m. Sunday achoui at t:W p. w
Onee ljifllnh Lutneran. corner ol
Fony-fourtb btreet and Seventh avenue. Kec
Joseph L. Murphy pantor. Derviee at 10:4t
a. in. and 7 pm.
First Kwedihh Evamrelieal. corner el
Fourteenth street and Fourth arenue. Rev.
Curl K. Slatt. minor. Serrloev at ld:3M m. a.
aril 7. p. tu. sun lv nahuol at I p. m
Ztn svdNn Lutheran. 4Mi Seventh
avenue. Service at 10:44 a. id. aad p. m
Sunday scbool at V:30 a. m.
Uermnn Kvanxelleul. Ninth street between
Fltth and Sixth avenues, Kev. Thro r Krue.
per. p:tstor: Kervices at 10 a. ao. and 10 p. id.
Sunday Ncbiwtl at t p. m.
Firm ilapiiHi. corner of Third avenue and
Firteeiilh street. Kev. Curium K. Taylor Vu
U.vraitor: childreu's day exereie at 10:4b a.
m. and younic men h Msrviue at V: p m. Ad-ilres-esiiy
j. K Ik-nwny. K. II. MelCown and
H. U. liankM. bunuay cnool at :MI a. an .
8 J. Woodin, suiietiotendeot. U. Y. P. U.
nt .) p in. Topic. - Fellowaliip Wilbtiod:"
lciKlcr. J. L. illiurus. Juuhjr union at :a0
Free Swedish nussiao, corner of Elerentb
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday aehool at t
P ul hur vices at S.30 p. ui. frayer uiee.in
Thnnday at s p. m.
1 mnnuel H;iittst. W Fortv-rourth at reel
Son:: mill kimicI service . ; ;n p. 111 , leii liy C.
. Tylur. (. IiIIiIivh'k duy exereiM-a. Sanday
sohiMi at S p. m H V.l. t'. at t) p. Ul.
Second Hupllst, IfUPi Seoood avenue, Rey.
WiuhliiK ton, pastor; aervieeaai II a. Bi. and
i :M p. m.
Swedish HnptlHt, eomer of Twenty-flrst
street and Filth avenue, ltev. Larrerqulat. pas
tor aervtces at 10:45 a. ni. aud 7.4U p. m.
Uinoay mcIioi1 at VJM) a. m.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street, Kev. C. U. MoCulin-b
paalir. Service at 10:45 a. m. and 7.38
p. m. Chililren's day ejterr.Ue In the moini:m.
In Ihe evening Miss IJlihiu tlamhcr, Kiiperin
tendent ol stiue Junior league work, will cive
an address. Sititd y sehiiol at t)::0 a. m Jun
ior leagae at i:3u p. to. Kpwur'.b iesue at 6.:M
Uerman Methodist, corner ot 8:11b aveaur
and Fourteenth street. Uev. F. H lloilmann
piiKtor: services at 10:15 a.m. StuuUy noIiooI
aud children s duy exetc scs at S.I5 a ni. Kp
wnrih Le.iKiM- at ::w.
Afflcau ateiboctink Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Key O II Th-.uiaa. paator.
Services at I So a m and tM p. nu Sua
dav sohrml at K.'IO p. nj.
Hroadway Frexbyaurtau, corner ot Twenty
third street and Seventh ftveoae. Kev. VV. H
Marquia, pwtor. Services at 10. 1 a. ui. nd
'..-ti p. ui. Sued iv sohiKtl at .') a m Yuuog
peopie a tnuetiiu; at 8:30 p. mi.
Ceatrai 1'ruHU.vterlan. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth aud Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W. Allen, Jr., pastor. Sen ie- at 10:4ft
a. m. ami ?-:-0 p. m. Cbililn-u a day exercises
in tlie uiiirninsr. hrLslian Kudeuvor sons ser
vice iu the eveuinir. Sunday slum hi :lft
a. in Yuiiuk peoile'a uie ting at 0:40 p. m.
United Presbyterian. Tblru avenue nil
F011 tuentb slrel Children s day exercises
at 10 a. tn. Address by Kev. J. A. Iji-nwiek.
of Ili'Ksvilli-. who will also apeak in the even
ing 111 , I . Sunuay achool at S::ina ul
Aiken Street Chapel, Preabyteriaa, Souih
Kock islund. Kev. L W. Allen. Jr.. pantor: Sun
day Heuool at 3 p. in. C'hruilliiD Kndeavor
tneetiiiK at p. to. Servioes etery Tuexlay
at 7:30 p.m. w
South lark Chapel. Presbyterian, Eim street
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. W. S. Maiqala,
pastor; Sunday school at t.K p. m.; aervicm
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
Memorial Ciirisiun. Rev. T. W. Orarwn. pas
tor. Services at 10:4j a tn. an,l 7:t o. a.
Mornitii? auiijeel. -1 hc Children of the Bf!le:"
eveniii!?. "The tJoodly Land. ' Y. V. S U. C
ut S ao p. m.
Twenty-ninth Street Su.-dy Sohtol, Chrlv
tlan. Seventh avenue and Twenty uio 4h street.
Rev. T. W. Grafton, pasuir. Sunday schuolat
1:30 p. m Charl-aS. Wans In.supe.rintenOent:
Mia Etta Tanner. secretary. Prayer
meelitiK Weduooiluy eveniiix'at 7:4.
Salvation Army ilurraoas, HU Second av
enue, aervieea ait follows: Knee drill at 7
a. m., holiness meeting at 10:30 a. ui., ehris
tlans' meeting at 1 p. m., aalvation meeting at
7:30 p. m.
First Church nf Cbrial. Scientist, Twenty
third atreet between Seventh and Ninth
avenues Services at 10:4 a. m. Suu
ieet. -Ihe Crucifixion of Jet." t .
day achoui followa thla aervio. !..
tioiontal meeting every Wedncs lay evening
at 7:30. K-Mflinir rooms open every after
noon, except Sund .y, f.-m t to t Sua
day evening from 7 to s.
Y. M. O. A. Iluilding. corner of Third arenu
and Mae tecum atruek Servljoa at 810
The ancient ft reek lielieved tha the
Penates were the pods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the
family. They were wtrrsh'ippod as
household otls in every honis. The
household oml tf today "is Dr. Khire
New Discovery. For consumption,
conjrhs, rolds and for all affect ions of
throat, chest and Inn;; it is invalua
ble. It bus Is-en tried for a quar
ter of a cent 11 rv ami is cinirar,.
teed to cure, or money returned. No
household should lie without this
good ansrel. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure remedy for old
and young. Free trial 'ixittles at
ILirt. & L'llmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size 50 cents and fl. 0
Many People Cannot Drink
Coffee at nii'lit. It spoils their sleep.
You can drink firain-O when run
please and sleep lik a top. Fr
Grain-O does not stimijlite it ii.vfir
ishes. cheers and feeds, let it Hiks
and tastes like the liest totTee. For
nervous itersirns. voun-r tonl !
children, Grain-O is the perfect drink.
Made from pure grains, (let a pack
age from your grocer WUv. Try it
in place of coffee. 15 ami 25c.
Drstepsia bane of human exist
ence. Burdock Wood Hitters cures
it, promptly, permanently. Kegn
lates and tones the stomach. For
sale bv Marshall & Fisher.
Tin trad Yw to lltwft fazM
"IRONING MADE EASY"
jT33SzrSii . a..-.--.-i-. VA-:.:;.-.j;..W3i- raiaT'fl "1 f '
; I Si k SJ is
fiASES CCLLilKS AND GUFFS STIFF Kid NICE
ONE POCKD OF THIS STARCH MILL CO
AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF
OF ANY CTMCK STARCH.
Tlia l ate ,. f, r reparej ..r. iK.-ntiflr preipln- hv men mho have had year nf practical
rii ." ,!mrf ,nu"'1' '""' ' rei.in H liim und rummer dnwa (o their
''1"J,r:! J'',11 '"'rait- a I eaulirnl an.i l.-iMine hni-lu It ia the cwly M.rrfa
?.?. ?. f-rfT' ''rrnIc.rotitainii. neither arwmic. alum ur any
oilier luUtant. mjnnoui to la.en auJ can be utad even for batty powder.
For sale by all whoicsilc and retail grocers.
I A ProvoMng Task j
1 . '
CTJND ONE which U eneogh to make the righteous pro
yX 'oe bed be forgiven, it an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a Lurry for their breakfast. When
you can buy a anterior atove or range that ia handsome and
naeful. a good baker, and of the very best insnufartare,
that we aell at such low prices wby bother with a use
less old balk. '
KI.T8 CBBAM BAMI U altl veeore.
Apply into tha noatrlle. It la quickly aborlL so
etnta at nroc-eiau or by maU ; aactple. :c by maU.
Ll BUoTllEUS. it Warrea at, Saw York Cily.
Health is Wealth.
da. e. c. vjest's
KERYE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THC CRrCIKAt. AU 0THCRS IKITATIORS,
btoldnnHer positive Written Caaraaiteev
. 'iwii atxrilli , TOt4t
Erroaa. nr Exnaiim t ia ot Totaoeo, Oplnm,
f MTor- jaich leatla to H iaery. Conwooiptif ,
Antataif aad ltaatb. At Mora or by mail. $1
aji aut tor K; with written a;aj-a.atee te
Mw aefntairaev. HajapleBMk
M.enta:nin Bra asTr tranlmeut. witb fall
Pact paraou. AtatorambyiiiaillL
t-Red Label Specbf
1 Extra otren!t.
ror tmpotencT. urate or
Power, lioet lfanhoorl.
mamitr or uarrwnaaaal.
II box: BU Tor f j. wit bar
. 1 m r .. .
rvtlCoe branaiL .k
II. i. P.lea, r'ih Avaea. Oru tore, aula
at. Hock !, IU.
y, -wu-mxni nmw rwuy, 10 ecro V nak atamery.
,WB??i"''dB. '. Uyyteria. Quiek.
ntm. Kiebt iMaea, Kvil tlraama. Tmck ot Coon.
rnifil haajBiiiMiaiii 1 I .l... -Tl fi-Ti - -
1 r .f
Cor. Nineteenrh street
and Second Avenue.
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. ClARI AI9 VAI EUREI ITS.
"a block from C K. I. p. mum
(. H. A Jl. K. It tllroaal 4ep(.
: ia-.r-rovrmer.tt costm? 75.0fio.no hive
juM been completed, and the house now
ode's every cu ventence to be found in any
hotel, inrludinr, h4 and (old water, electric
light and steam heat In every room.
Ka'cs 75 cent r-er day and upwards
firM clast restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Ow-cr aai Pretriei-r.
afu aa. lilti tau-e
?? djaowvTT. Will Vraet vej a. la a Ti.a
iw-taa we:tte br.aarr.Ei..r.S.Tn!.
- wiuii rimueiMoi, avalaaia.
fi r? u "aiia r aaaT, I'Mwik.
!.... fa, . Tern, u 'rZ LTJI
E.", ' " I V. ' rrJ' fa lU mmt,. Va.
i-L KZiilCUrs CO- Cnlui. QkLml
faai. by A.J. Sara, tn gwlat. Rock IrkaBl
m M. 1; m ! ill 1 1
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