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ireubfes, and other aflorats. But Uood"
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life AXt- tatanp it 1 was strrng d
musclar, gained 14 ib. I recommtt&
to all wbo loos for health and strength.
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MULTUM IN PARVO.
Generosity Is catcbiDS'. Grerflle.
An extreme rigor Is sure to ana every-thing-
sgslnsl it- UurKc
A page digested U better than a to!
time hurriedly read. Macaulay.
Ilespoaslbllity ual.es band In band
trith capacity and power. Holland.
I read the newspapers to ee how God
governs the worhL John Kewton.
Thought is troublesome to him wbo
Htcs without his own approbation.
It is to lire twice when wc enjoy tho
recollections of our former life. Mnr
UaL Orer the Ktony crag on the brow of
rrery bill bang the tablets of the age.
Be on whom Heaven confers a scep
tre knows not the weight till he bears
Co&dnrmrat and Hint Work
Indoors, parttealarlr In tho alulae posture,
are far mere prejudicial to health than ex
cessive muscular cxertioa in the oen air.
Hard sedentary workers are far too weary
after oCSot boars to takemuch needful exer
cise la the open air. Tboy often need a
tonic. Where can tbey teeic invlfjoratlorj
tnoro certainly and thoroughly than from
Hotetier,s8toaacli Bllters, a renovast par
ticularly adapted to recruit tbocrhanstsd
force of nature Umj also for dyspepsia
kldcer, liver and rheumatic ailments.
"On, boy, Tl! give you a dollar to catch
my canary bird" "He's Just cautrbt,
ma'am."' 'Vbcro wliero Is the precious
petr' "Black cat op the road's got 'im !"
Tboli-ct Motortnan (to Conductor)
Kay, BUI. the old gmt behind ban juit foil
off." Conductor 'That's all right. Ho'i
paid his fare." Pathfinder.
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Cteu- tin Mml edOad.
rVoIMk an urf tottMl nana.
Llttto ttM lt voark4 m toad.
lr ar Um rtppie Omi.
"TUrfXti tie egLM
Hwasa thick votee a matkly votee
that woW have made you shwWer a
voice like wmiethlnfC soft breaking in
two. There was a qaaver in it, n creak
and a whine.
"Iltfptet On aftJ' Ok, crpaniet of
Ike Ihterrttptet 0 aged!"
Nothing could be Men on the broad
reach of the river except n little fleet
of square-sailed, wooden-pinned bargct,
loaded with building-stone, that hod
jut come under the railway-lcidgc,
and were driving down stream. They
put their clumpy helms over to avoid
the nand-bar mode by the ncour of
the bridge-piers, and as they passed,
three abreast, the horrible voice began
"Oh, Brahmin of the Jitter rttptet tU
aged and infirm!"
A boatman Uirnod whore he sat on
the gunwale, lifted up his hand, tald
something that was not a blessing, and
the loats creaked on through the twi
light. The broad Indian river, that
looked more like a chain of little lakes
than a fitreara, was os smooth as gla&s;
reflecting the sandy-red sky in mid
channel, but splashed with patches of
yellow and dusky purple near and un
der the low banus. l.nuc crceKs ran
into the river in the wet bcason, but
now their dry mouths hung clear above
water-line. On tho left shore, nnd al
most under the railway-bridge, stood
ir how exactly the mugger Li- j Highest of all b Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
n log ndrUt on tho bar. He hd J
UcAitn at a public school "What word
or words aro ynonymoi with falsehood!"
Chorus of Scholars "Circus posters J"
A fehsov has a right to exercise hit own
religion provided it does aot iutorfcro with
his general good behavior. Household
corked up his cam nnd tail, and scat
tered across the shallows to join tho
was the lowest of his caste not
that the best of jackals are good for
ranch, but this one was peculiarly low,
beteg half a beggar, half a criminal a
eleaaer-ap of village rubbish-heaps,
desperately timid or wildly bold, ever
lastingly hungry, and full of cunning
th:.taSTer did him any good.
"Ughl" he wU, shaking himself
dolcfutty as he landed. "Mny the red
mange destroy the dogs of this village!
I hare three bites for each flea upon
, and all beeausc I looked only
looked, mark you at an old shoe in a
cow-byrc. Can I oat mud?-' He
seratehed himself under his left ear.
"1 heard," said the adjutant, in a
voice like a blunt saw going through a
thieV board "I heard there was a new
born puppy in that same shoe."
"To hear is one thing; to know is an
other," said the jackal, who had a very
fair knowledge of proverbs, learned by
listening to men round the fires of an
"Quite true. So, to make 6ure, I took
cure of that puppy while the dogs were
"They were very busy," said the jack
al. "Well, I must not go to the village
hunting for scraps yet awhile. And so
there truly was a blind puppy In that
"It is here," said the adjutant, squint
ing over his bcal; at his full pouch. "A
small thing, but acceptable now that
charity Is dead In the world."
"A hall The world Is iron In these
days," wailed the jacknL Then his rest
less eye cauglit the least possible rip
ple on tho water, and ho went on quick
ly: "Life is hard for us nU, nnd I doubt
not that even our excellent master, the
pride of the gliaut and the envy of the
"A llar.a fla ttcrcr nnd a jaclcnl were all
hatched out of Uie same cgg,n said tho
adjutant to nobody in particular; for
he was rnthcr n line fort of a liar on his
own account when he took the trouble.
"Yc tho Envy of the Itiver," tho
jackal repeated, raising his voice.
"Even he, I doubt not, finds that sinco
tho bridge has been built good food is
more scarce. Hut, on the other hand,
though I would by no means say this
to his noble face, he Is so wise and so
virtuous as I, alas! am not "
"When the iackul owns he Is gray
Brings comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rMitly uwd. Tho many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by inoro promptly
adapting tho world's best products to
tho needs of physical being, will attest
tho valuo to health of tho puro liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy, By rup of Figs.
Its cxcellenco is duo to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jicrfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevera
ana permanently curing constipation.
It hau given satisfaction to millions and
met with tho approval of tho medical
profession, becauo it acta on tho Kid
neys, Liver and Bowel without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable subitsnce.
Syrup of Figs is for nale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name i printed on every
jiackagc, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any tubstituto if oucred.
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JU6T nr.AUD IS WI8D01I."
Hook and Eye
and trifles make
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A DtlAiag nro..
um hum Aii.ttit j.wisrTJ
la tima twia croninuu.
va In tima twia pyorowuii Fi
WfgjmiTii i iTirm
village, whoso main 6treet, full of cat
tle going back to their byres, ran
btruight to tho river, ending in n sort
of rude brick pier-head, where pcoplo
who wanted to wash could wado In
step by step. That was tho ghaut
whence the village of Muggcr-Ghuut
took its mum.
Night was falling fast ovor tho fields
of lentils nnd rico and cotton in the
low-lying ground yearly flooded by tho
river; over the reeds that fringed tho
olbow of the bond, nnd tho tauglud
low jungle of tho grazlng-grounds be
hind tho still reeds. Tho parrots and
crows, who had been chattering and
bhoutlng ovor their evening drink, had
flown inWnd to roost, crossing tho out
going battalions of tho flying-foxes;
nnd cloud upon cloud of water-birds
camo whistling nnd "honking" to tho
cover of tho rced-beds. There were
geese, liarrul-headed and black-backed,
teal, widgeon, milliard and bholdrokc,
with curlews, and, here and theru, a
A lumbering ndjutant-crane brought
up the roar, Hying as though each slow
btroke would bo his last.
"Ilttjwt the agciU-ltrahmin of the Hirer
rttpeet the aged!"
Tho adjutant hnlf-turned his head,
ihcered a little in tho direction of tho
voice, nnd landed stiffly on tho sand
bar bolow tho bridge. Than you saw
what u rufllanly bruto ho really was.
Ills laok view was immensely rospectu
blc. for he stood nearly sis feet high,
and looked rather llko a very proper
bnld-hoaded parbon. In front it wa-
different, for his Ally Sloper-llko head
and neck had not a feather to them,
und there was a horrible raw-skin
pouch on his neck under his chin a
hold-all- for tho things his pick-ax
beblc could capture. His legs wcro
lung and thin and skinny, but he moved
them delicately, and looked nt them
with pride as ho preened down his
r.khy-gray lull-fcLthcrs, glanced ovci
the rmo"th of hi? -h"ulder, scl stif
fened into "Stand at attention."
A mangy II' tie jackal, who had been
yapping hungrily on a low bluC,
how black must 'ho jackal be"," mut
tered the adjutant, who could not sco
what was coming,
"That his food never fulls, and In
There was n soft grating sound ns
though u boat had just touched In shoal
water. The Jackal spun round quick
ly and faced (it is always best to fucc)
tho creature ho had been talking about.
It was a twenty-four foot crocodile,
cased in what looked llko treble-riveted
boiler plate, studded und keeled nnd
crested; tho yellow points of his upper
teeth Just overhanging his bcnutifully
fluted lower jaw. It was tho blunt
nosed mugger of Mugger-Ghaut, older
than any man In the village, who had
given his name to tho village: the
demon of tho ford before tho railway
bridge cumc murderer, man-eater and
local fetish In one. Ho lay with his
chin in tho shallows, keeping his placo
by an almost Invisible rippling of his
tail, nud well tho jacknl knew that ono
btroke of that bnmo tall !n tho water
could carry the mugger up tho bank
with the rush of a steam engine.
"Auspiciously met. Protector of tho
l'oor," ho fawned, backing nt every
word. "A delectable voice was heard,
nnd we camo in the hopesof sweet con
vocation. My tailless presumption,
while waiting here, led me, indeed, to
speak of thee. It is my hope that noth
ing was overheard."
ow, tno Jackal had spoken just to
bo listened to, for ho knew flattery was
the best way of getting things to eat,
and the mugger knew that tho jackal
hsd spoken for this end, nnd tho jackal
knew that the mugger know, and the
mugger knew that tho Jackal knew
that tho mugger knew, and so they
were ull very contented together.
Tho old brute pushed and panted
and grunted up the bank, mumbling:
"Jlapeet the aged and infirm!" and all tho
time his little eyes burned like coals
under the heavy Lorny eyelids on the
top of his triangular bead, oh he shored
his bloated l-arrel body along between
his cruUhid !gx Th. a ho ctUeu
down, and, accustomed as tho jackal
wat to his ways, he could not help
btartiug, for the hundredth time, when
tatcd n loir
even taken pains to 1.; at re
angle a naturally stranded log would
make with the water, having regard
to the current of the season at the time
and place. All this was purely me
chanical, of coarse, because the mugger
had come ashore for pleasure; b jt a
crocodile is never quite full, anc If
the jackal had been deceived by the )
likeness he would not have lived to (
philosophize over It. i
"My child, I heard nothing," said the
mugger, shutting one eye.
water was In my ears, and also I was
faint with hunger. Since the railway-
bridge was built my people at my vil
lage have ceased to love me; and that
Is breaking my heart."
"Ah! shame!" said the jackal. "i?o
noble n 'heart, tool Itut men are all
alike to my mind."
"Nay; there are very great differ
ences. Indeed," the tmgger answered,
trentlv. "Some are as lean as boat
poles. Others, again, are as fat as
young ja dog. Never would I eanse
lewdy revik men. They are of all
fashions, but the long years have
shown me that, one with another, tbey
arc very good. Men, women and chil
dren I hare no fault to Bud with
them. And remember, child, be who
rebukes the world is rebuked by the
"Flnttcry is worse than an empty tin
can in the bolly. Hut that which we
have just heard is wisdom," said the ad
jutant, bringing down one foot.
"Consider, though, their ingrstltuee
to this excellent one," began the jaekal,
"Nayi nay! not ingratitude!" the
mugger said. "They do not think for
others, that is all. Hut I have no
ticed, lying at my station below the
ford, that the stairs of the new bridge
are cruelly hard to climb, both for old
people and young children. The old.
indeed, nrc not so worthy of considera
tion, but I am grieved I am truly
grieved on account of the children.
Still, I think. In a little while, when
the newness of the bridge has worn
away, we shall sec my people's bare
brown legs bravely splashing through
the ford as before. Then the old mug
ger will be honored again."
"But surely I saw marigold wreaths
floating off the edge of the ghaut only
this noon," said the adjutant. Mari
gold wreaths are a sign of reverence
nil India over.
"An error an error. It was the wifo
of the sweetmeat-teller. Sho loses' her
eyesight year by year, and cannot toll
a log from me the mugger of the
Ghaut. I saw tho mistake when she
threw the gsrlnnd, for I was lying nt
the very foot of the ghaut, and had she
taken arother step I could have shown
her soma little difference. Vet she
meant well, nnd "c must consider the
spirit of her offering."
"What good aro marigold wreaths
when one U on the rubbish heap?" said
the jackal, hunting for fleas, but keep
ing one wary eye on his Protector of
"True, but they have not yet begun
to mako the rubbish heap that shall
carry me. t ivo times have 1 seen tnc
river draw back from the village nnd
mako new land at the foot of the
street. Five times have I seen the
village rebuilt gn tho banks, and I
shall sec it built yet five times more I
am no faithless, fish-hunting gavial, I,
at Kasi to-day and Prayng to-morrow,
as the saying is, but the true and con
stant watcher of tho ford. It Is not
for nothlug, child, that tho village
bears mv name, and 'ho who watches
long,' as tho saying is, 'shall at last
have his reward.'"
"I havo watched long very long
nearly nil my llf and my reward has
been bites and blows," said tho jackal.
"Ho! Ho! Ho!" roared the adjutant.
"In Auftitt was the Jackal bora.
Tho rains fell In September:
'Now such a fearful flood as this.'
Sayi he, 'I can't remember!' "
There Is ono very unpleasant peculi
arity about the adjutant. At uncer
tain times ho suffera from acute at
tacks of tho fidgets or cramp in his
legs, and though he is tnoro virtuous to
behold than any of tho cranes, who are
all Immensely respectable, ho flies off
into wild, cripple-stilt war-dances,
half opening his wings and bobbing
his bald head up and down; while for
reasons best knovn to himself ho Is
very careful to time his worst attacks
with his nastiest remarks. At the last
word oi his song ho camo to nttcntion
again, ten times adjutanter than before-.
(to he coxtixued.1
COOKING IN AFRICA.
A rroblcm of Great Interest In a IMonrer
In African encampments tho ques
tion of food Is a burning one. How to
obtain provisions, how to cook them
when procured these aro problems
of absorbing interest in a pioneer
camp. Tho authors of "Adventures in
Mnshonnlaud" say that it is curious
nnd Interesting to wntch tho process of
victualing a now country. Tho trader
throws tho most eccentric provisions
on the market. At ono time, tho uuthor
sayb, nothing but tinned lobster could
bo purchased at their settlement; nnd
at another time the wholo of Manicn
breakfasted, dined and supped on foie
gras. Our cooking utensils consisted of a
thrco-leggcd pot and a frying-pan.
How were we to create n dinner? Wo
boiled the ox-flesh in the three-legged
pot, whence it issued in the condition
of shoe-leather. Mixing tho meal with
water, wc made the most horribly half
cooked flat cakes by heating the dough
on hot stones. Thoro was neither bak
ing powder nor yeast in tho country.
One day wo received n present of
venison, shot by n Mr. Teal. Now I
had from time to time saved up a
small quantity of sardine oil, believing
myself to be a famous housekeeper. In
a moment of vain self- contldcnco I
undertook tho dinner that night, and
we Invited Mr. Champion to como and
eat venison steaks.
I fried thoso steaks in ray sardino oil
and served them proudly. They posi
tively looked llko real steaks, such as
peoplo would cat nt home. But ulas!
scarcely had two mouthfuls been
eaten when everyono fled from tho
table, and my wonderful dinner was
abandoned to tho little native who
waited on us. He certainly enjoyed it
Immensely, so even that 111 wind blow
somebody good; but It was unanimously
decided that henceforth I was never to
be trusted with tho preparation of
Lmu Alice hiard her father ssv that
"Tho ' br- cousin Jack has tin smallpox, and cz
., ' rJsuiaM: "Oh. pa- I think it's real mau
cf Jack not to teed tue any. IlSTpcr s
The trnh5o in the worM I nearly all due
to tho fact that roe-hedf the people are men,
aad tho other aalfweacn. Atchison Globe.
He "ShaS I ceaae iraln to-morrow
Blcatf Sue "No. Yea had better stay
at borne aud get some sleep."
An Enigmatical IHU of Itire,
For a dinner wired oo Uie DInine Cars of
the Chtcasa. MJwauVee A; St PaiUHai.-
Oid Cotouy ButUin?. Chicago. 1U
JriOE "DM the wiwner nffer any ro
sbteacet" Oifc-er "Oalt fivedouars, yer
I cocxn net tt aktag witho-at Piso's Cure
f or C3o5.raptk.B. H always cares. Mrs. E.
"I sever could understand.'' sighed
Adam, "why that oldest boy of mine turned
out so badlv. Ho hadn't any grandparents
to spoil htm." Golden Daj .
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FTOVn POLISH la
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bUcklnjrcf a store.
7HP. SL'N PASTB
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after dinner shine,
sppllcd and pot
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Tns irreat rule of moral conduct Is ncs
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Hall's Catarrh Cure
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There's a difference between being full of thanks
giving, and being full of Thanksgiving dainties.
But the one thing generally leads to the other. How
can it be helped when the turkey is so good, and the
pie so enticing? Here's a helpful hint. For that
full feeling after Thanksgiving take a pill. Not
any pill, mind you. There are pills that won't help
you. Take the pill that will. It's known as Ayer's
Pill and it's perfect. It is sugar-coated, pleasant
to the palate, and its operation, like that of nature,
is effective and without violence. Keep this in your
mind if you want to enjoy the holiday season:
Grace before meat, but a Pill after Pie.
The groat success of the chocolate preparations of
the house of Waiter Bakor & Co. (established
in 1780) has led to the placing on the market
many misleading and unscrupulous imitations
of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter
Bakor & Co. are the oldest and largest manu
facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are
used in their manufactures.
Consumers should ask for, and bo sure that
they get, the genuine Walter Baker 8c Co.'s goods.
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Mrs. Humphry Ward
will furnish a great novel one that par
takes of Ihc nature of hoth "Robert
Elsmere" and " Marcella."
will contribute stories.
has promised various papers.
papers on adtentures among the
mountaineers of the Caucasus.
W. D. Howells
a novel of Saratoga life.
Capt. Alfred T. Mahan
ho wrote the famous book on "The
! Influenceof Sea Power upon History,"
papers on Nelson's naval battles.
1 Amelia E. Barr
a novelette of life In the Hebrides.
; Marion Crawford
1 a great series of articles on Rome,
1 magnificently illustrated.
I Dr. Albert Shaw
1 suggestive papers on municipal gov
I emment In America.
i Mary Hallock Foote
a powerful novelette of Western life.
Prof. W. M. Sloane
bis Life of Napoleon, "the literary
event of the ) ear, superbly illustrated.
Henry M. Stanley
an Introduction 10 papers on Africa
and the slave-trade by E. J. Glavc.
F. Hopkir.son Smith
"Tom Grogan," a novel of the Amer
ican laboring classes, illustrated by
will contribute illustrations and impor
tant papers on art subjects.
will furnish articles on musical topics.
Great Story Writers,
Dret Harte. Frank R. Stockton, and
many others will contribute.
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