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Dr. Mas Nortlarj Is n good deal of n
tfrroU socially In Pnrls. In his pro
sessional capacity he known number of
people, but his vlsltinp; list I restricted
to ouly half a dorcn old friends, and hlf
life Is quiet and uneventful.
German Is said to bo the farorlto lnn
jpiaffeof the court of England, owlnp; to
the fact that It Is easier for the queen to
speak that lanffuajps. In tho family of
the duke of York, who speaks little Ger
man, English Is used almost excln
slvely. Benor Enrique TruJIUo. editor of the
Cuban revolutionary orpnn. Is a typical
Cuban, short and dark, with flittering
black eyes, ond a nervous manner. Ilo
b oas of the leaders In the movement,
and Is trusted by all of tho revolutionists.
Thurman was an Incessant reader of
French novels whllo In congress, nnd
he used ordinarily to keep ono of the
paper-bound volumes In his desk to
while away the tlmo when thlnps were
dull. Tho Justices of tho supreme court
havo been noted for their fondness for
this kind of literature.
Walter Dcsant Is authority for the
statement that there are 50 novelists In
Knpland who havo Incomes of $5,000 a
year or over. If this Is so tho Grub
Ftrect days of EnRllsh literature have
departed. Perhaps It Is for this reason
that so many American writers uro en
deavoring to make permanent horacj
for themselves In London.
SCIENCE OF ALL KINDS.
The highest Inhabited building lb
Europe Is tho Alpine clubhouse, on
Mount rtosa 12,000 feet nboieBen level.
Dr. Bohr has gone to the I'aroj Is
lands to study tho breathing-npparntus
of tho diver birds. In the same ship
vent to tho Ehlers expedition that 1
to Investigate leprosy In Iceland.
The oil of tobacco found In the litems
of tho long-used pipes, or obtained by
distillation nt n red hent. Is ono ol
tho most nctl-e and powerful polsoni
known to tho chemlsL A Blngle dror
will often causo death in tho case ol
n dog or cat.
Mathematical calculations show that
n Iron ship weighs 27 pr cent, less
than n wooden one, nnd will carry IK
tons of cargo for every 100 tons car
rlcd by a wooden ship o( the same
dimensions, and both loiuled to th
same draught of water.
Tint prat hlch road of human welfare
lira nlnntf tho hlirliwav of steadfast well
doing, and they who aro tho most persis
tent and work In tho truest spirit will In
variably bo tho most successful. S. Smiles
Tnn sun does not sh'.no for a few trect
nnd bowers, but for tho wiilo world's Joys
Taking cold, Is a common complaint. It li
duo to Impure and dollclcnt blood and It
often leads to ecrlous troubles. Tin
remedy Is found In puro, rich blood, anJ
ino ono iruo uioou pui uicr is
HOOd S PillS Hcod'eraaparflla. Sit
fOoprrlstit, 1S3I. by tlacheller, Jotmsoa &
The J acknl winced, though he was full
three seasons old, but you cannot re
pent an Insult from a person with a
beak a yanl long, and the power of
driving It lllto a javelin. The adjutant
wns n most notorious coward, but the
jackal was worse
"Wo must llvo before wo can 103'
paid the mugger, "and there Is this to
Bay. Llttlo jackals arc very common,
child, but such i muggor as I nm is not
common. For nil that I am not proud,
Mnco'prido is destruction; but take
notice, It Is fate, and against his fate no
ono who swims or walks or runs should
Eay anything nt nlL I nm well con
tented with fate. With good luck, a
keen eye, nnd tho custom of consider
ing whether n creek or n backwater
has an outlet to it 'era you n.scend,
much may bo ilono."
"Onco I heard that even the Pro
tector of tho Poor mado a mistake,"
said tho jackal viciously.
"Truci but thcro my fate helped me.
It woa beforo I had come to my full
growth beforo the last famine but
three (by tho Right nnd Left of Gunga,
how full the streams used to bo In
those dayst). Yes, I wns young nnd un
thinking, nnd wiicn the flood en me
who bo pleased as I? A little made mo
very happy then. The village was deep
In Hood, and 1 Bwam aboro tho ghaut
and went far Inland, up to the rice
flclds, nnd they were deep in good mud.
I remember also a pair of bracelets
(glass they were, and troubled mo not
a little) thntl found that evening. Yes,
glnss bracelcUj nnd, if my memory
serves mo well, a shoe. I should have
shaken off both Bhocs, but I was
hungry. I learned better later. Yes.
And bo I fed and rested me; but when
I was ready to go to the river again the
flood had fallen, nnd I walked through
tho mud of tho main street. Who but
I? Cnmo out all my people, priests
tnd women and children, nnd I looked
other, nnd h jw he must know tnem an,
both together and apart- I say that Is
wisdom; but, on the other hand, my
cousin the gavlal lives among his peo
ple. My people do not swim In com
panies with their mouths out of the
water, as Hewn does; nor do they con
stantly rie to the surface of the water,
and turn overon their sides HkcMohoo
and little Hiapta, nor do they gather
in shoals after flood, like llatchua and
"All awory goou ea'lng," sold the
ndjr.tant, clattering his beak.
"So tny cousin says, and makes a
great to-do over hunting them, but
they do not ellmb the banks to escape
his sharp nose. My people are other
wise. Their life is on the land, in the
houses among the cattle. I must know
what they do and what they are about
to do, and, adding the tttll to the trunk,
as tho saying is, make up the whole
elephant. Is there a green branch and
an iron ring hanging over a doorway?
The old mugger knows that a boy has
been born In that house, and must some
day come down to tho ghaut to play.
Is a maiden to be married? The old
mugger knows, for he sees the men
carry gifts back and forth; and she,
too, comes down to tho ghnut to bathe
before her wedding, and he is there.
Has the river changed Its channel, and
made new land where there was only
sand before? The mugger knows"
"Now, of what use is that knowl
edge?" slid the jackal. "Tho river has
shifted even in my little life." Indian
rivers are nearly always moving about
In their beds, and will shift sometimes
as much ns two or three miles in a
season, drowning tho fields on one
bank, and spreading good silt on the
"There is no knowledge so useful,"
said the mugger, "for new land means
new quarrels The mugger knows.
Ohol The mugger knows As soon as
tho water has drained off he creeps, up
the little creeks that men think would
not hide n dog, and there he waits
Presently comes a farmer saying bo
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He has trieJ It in over eleven hundred
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(both thunder humor.) He has now In his
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when the right quantity Is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
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- If the stomach Is foul or bllloui it will
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No chan q diet ever necessary. Eat
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THK RISINO SUN
STOVU POLISH in
cnkei for general
blacking of a (tore,
Tim SUN PASTH
POLISH tor a milck
after dinner aiiine,
applied and tol
Uued vrtth a cloth.
Store Uro., I'ropa., Canton, Mnah, U.S. A.
- """ ' r" "7'ki?ggi-" i '
says no more about It, Ahal my chll
dren, tho mugger knows tho mugger
knows and tho Malwnh Juts are a
"They are too close too narrow in
the hand for my crop," croaked the ad
jutant. "'They waste not the polish on
n cow's horn,' as the saying Is; and,
again, who can glean nfter a Malwal?"
"Ah, I glean them," said tho mug
ger. "Now, in Calcutta of tho South, in
the old dnys," the adjutant went on,
"everything was thrown Into tho
streets, and wo picked nnd chose.
Those were dainty seasons Now they
keep their streets as clean as the out
side of an egg, and my people fly away.
To be clean is one thing; to duit, sweep,
nnd sprinkle fceven times a day wearies
the very gods themselves"
"Then was a down-country jackal
had it from a brother, who told me,
that in Calcutta of the South all tho
jackals were as fat as otters in the
rains" said the jackal, his mouth wa
tering at the bore thought of it.
"Ah, but the white faces nro there
the English, and thty bring dogs from
somewhere dou n the river, in lonts
big fat dogs to keep those same jackals
lean." said the adjutant.
"They are, then, as hard-hearted as
these people,? I might have known.
Neither earth, sky, nor water shows
charity to a jn -kal. I saw the tents of
a white faee last season, after the rains
and I also took a new yellow bridle to
eat. The white faces do not dress their
leather In the proper way. It made mo
"That was better than my cas;,"saiil
the adjutant. "When I was in my third
season, a young nnd bold bird, I went
down to the river where the big boats
enme in. The boats of the English ara
thrice of big as this village."
"lie has been as far ns Delhi, and
says all the p?ople there walk on their
Leads muttered the jackal. The mug
ger opened his left eye and looked
keenly ut the adjutant.
"It te true," the big bird Insisted. "A
liar only lies when he hopes to be be
lleved. Xoonc who had not een thoso
boats could believe this truth."
"Thnt U more reasonable," said tho
mugger. "Add then?"
"From the iusides of this boat they
were taking out great pieces of whito
fctuff, which in a little while turned to
water. Much spl't off and fell about
on the shore, and the rest they swiftly
put into a hou'-e with thick walls. Hut
ti boatman, who laughed, took a piece
no larger thnn a small dog nnd threw
it to me. I all my people swallow
without reflection, and that piece I
b wallowed as Is our custom. Imme
diately I was afflicted with an ex
cessive cold that, beginning in my
crop, ran down to the extreme end of
my toes, and deprived me even of
speech, v hlle the boatmen laughed at
me. Never hnve I felt such cold. I
danced In my grief and amazement till
I could recover my breath, and then I
danced and cried out agninst the false
ness of this world; and the boatmer.
derided me till they fell down. Tho
chief wonder of the matter, sotting
aside that marvelous coldness, was
that there was nothing at all In my
crop when I had finished my lament
ings!" The adjutant had done his very best
to dctcribe his feelings nfter swallow
ing a Ecvcn-pound lump of ico off an
American lee-ship, in tho days beforo
Calcutta made her ice by machinery;
but, ns he did not know what ice was,
and ns the mugger nnd the jackal
Knew rather less, tho tale missed fire.
to de coxtixukd.1
SHOOTING WILD HORSES.
FASHION AND FANCY.
A handsome uftcrnoon dress for a
young matron has a Bklrt of black satin,
a waist of plain venct w ltn satin revcrs
and satin sleeves with velvet culls Tho
high, rolled-back collar Is of velvet and
the vest of plaited satin.
A suit for a small boy is made of vel
vet la navy blue. There aro knee
trousers, mado quite full, a belted
blouse and an embroidered collar that
cavers the shoulders and extends In a
point to tho belt. The wide cults are of
embroidery, to match the collar.
A stylish costumo for a young lady
has a skirt of old-rose and blue change
able peau-dc-sole. The waist Is of rose-
ond-whltc striped silk, gathered full
Into a elet collar and belt. 1 here aro
very wide epaulets of velvet nnd deep
cuffs, the sleevctops being enormous
puffs that fall low ocr the elbows.
A calling costume is of crossbarrcd
silk with plain skirt, close-fitting waist,
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U.S. Gov't Report
WZ3Ea3L m wTfwlw
NOTES OF THE TIMES.
Tho corner stono for the new dormi
tories ut tho University of l'cnnsyhanla
bas just been laid.
The United liebrew Charities society
of New York gnie work to 33,000 per
sons during the past year.
Six hundred crates of celery wcro
shipped from Muskegon, Mich., to Chi
cago the other dcy. Tho weight of It
hik mio pain sKiri, tiuwuuniB u h s 33000 pounds.
trg-o -rau, ion sice e-, ouu -m.v couur j A , has bccn njnde t hat a na-
tlonal exposition be held In Washington
In 1000 to celebrate the centennial of
and reers nnd belt. A velvet capo with
feather trimming, and a velvet hat
trimmed with large loops of the piece
tchct nnrJ drooping ostrich plumca
complete this dainty costume.
A dress for an elderly lady Is of dark
brown satin. The skirt is plain nnd
edged with a row of fancy galloon. Tho
uatst is gathered at the back, and tho
shoulders ure cocred by a double capo
of elvet. The high collar is finished in
points. Large sleoesof Mitlnhnvo vel
ct cuffs, nnd the vchct belt has a bow
at the back of the waistline.
miE AEitMtrroii co. noes hair u worm's
windmill businru, toccata It bu reduced ttio cott of
wind power to 1 .'(1 nt It was. It bu runr branch
doumxi, ana tuppuet iu Kroas ana repairs
ijousaoor. neananaaoes lurstin a
, nvttcr articio ror lew luonrj man
(other. It niaiea l'uuiplra uj
t Uoarod. Bleel. UalTanlitxl after.
Ormnletlon Wlndmlllt. TUUnz
' nna FIicvl bterl Tower. Sul Dim Saw
Frames. Steel Feed Cutters and l'wxl
iOrtnders. On application It will nam one
of these artlelt that It frill fuml&h until
Jannarj 1st at 13 the usual price. It also males
Tanks and Pumps of all klnm. bend for catalogue.
fstUry I Ills. RotkwtU aol Flllaiort Struts. Chlcuo.
Dropif , Vero fa
la. all olettra
ttoni. Bore eres
r!n. klilnsr. cnronlo and fomale
turen uinnnpnvnu v
rornopar. wi.uwu viwvu, utv.
CoaMirMlni Free. Letters uui
Vfrerl and treated ronfldetv
tlalljr. ur. , J, Riipe, too Fast Djul-Ui
Ave . Wichita. lUti., until Dec. SO. liutlirta
De. 31, Ardmorr, Dec 50. HeiUenco Address,
u isaics wining to tass rsw craers. is lbs sheer
est, simplest sad best bed ever mtit. lOjftrold
vuii'i i.a ibi,. luwcr or iuu, u.
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UndSa. tMahtulm. tiS. ItkSMlLL, Uak1, I.I.
't'iiey tokuw mast
npon thorn vlth benevolence. The
mud is not a good place to fight in.
Bnid a boatman: 'Got axes and kill him,
for ho Is tho mugger of tho ford.' 'Xot
so,' said tho llrahmln. 'Look, ho is
driving tho flood beforo himl Ho is
tho godllng of the village,' Then they
throw many flowers at me, and by
happy thought ono led a goat across the
"How good, how very good Is goat!"
said tho jackaL
"Hairy too hairy, and when found
In Hie water moro thtm likely to hide n
cross-6hopcd hook. Hut that goat I
accepted, and went down to tho ghaut
in great .honor. Later, my fate sent
mo tho boatman who had desired to
cut off my tall with an as. Uls boat
grounded upon an old shoal which you
would not remember."
"Wo aro not all Jackals hero," said
the adjutant. "Was it rhe shoal mado
where thrt stono boats sank in tho year
of tho great drought a long shoal that
lasted three floods?"
"Thcro wcro two," 6ald the mugger
"an upper nnd o lower shoal.'
rxowcrt3 vt me."
"Ay, I forgot, A channel divided
them, nnd later dried np again," said
tho adjutant, who prided himself on
"On tho lower shoal my well wisher's
craft grounded. Ho was sleeping in
tho bows, nnd, half awake, leaped over
to his waist no, it was no more than
to his knees to push off. Ills empty
boat went on nnd touched again below
the next reach, as tho river ran then. I
followed, becauso I knew men would
come cut to drag It ashore,"
"And did they do so?" said the jackal,
a llttlo awe-stricken. This wns hunt
ing on a scale that impressed him,
"There and lower down they did. I
went no further, but that gavo me
threo in one day well-fed manjls(boat
men) all, and, except In the case of the
last (then I was careless), never a cry
to worn thoso on tho bank."
"Ah, nobler sport! Hut what clever
ness and great judgment it requires!"
eald tho Jackal
"Not cleverness, child, but thought.
A little thought in life is like salt upon
rice, as tho boatmen say, and I have
thought deeply always. Tho gavlal,
tn7 cousin, the fish-eater, has told me
how hard it U for hlta to follow th
feh, and how ono fi&h dlSsrs trwa the
will plant cucumbers here, and melons
there, in tho new land that the river
has given him. He feels the good mud
with his bans toes. Anon comes
nnother, saying he will put onions and
carrots and sugar cano in such and
such places. They meet as boats adrift
meet, and each rolls his cyo at the
other under tho big blue turbnu. The
old mugger sees ond henrs. Each calls
tho other 'brother,' nnd they go to
mark out tho boundaries of tho new
land. Tho mugger hurries with them
from point to point, shuffling very low
through the mud. Now they begin to
quarrel! Now they say hot words!
Now they pull turbans! Now they lift
up their lathis (clubs), and ut last ono
falls backward into the mud and the
other runs away. When ho comes back
tho dtsputo Is settled, as the iron
bound bamboo of the loser witnesses.
Yet they are not grateful to the mug
ger. No, they cry 'murder,' nnd their
families fight with sticks, twenty a
side. My people are good people up
land Jats Malwais "f tho Uet. They
do not give blows for sport, and when
the fight U done the old mugger waits
far down the river out of sight of tho
village, behind tho kikar - scrub
yonder. Then come they down, my
brc id-shouldered Jats eight or
nine together under tho stars, bear
ing tho dead man upon n bed.
They are old men with gray
beards and voices as deep as mine.
They light a little fire ah! how well I
know that fire! and they drink to
bacco, and they nod their heads to
gether forwnrd in a ring, or sideways
towards the dead man on the bank.
They say tho English law will come
with a rope for this matter, and that
such a man's family will bo ashamed,
becauso such a man must be hanged in
tho great square of tho JalL Then say
tho friends of tho dead: 'Let him hangV
and tho talk is all to do over again
once, twice, twenty times in tho long
night. Then saya ono at last: 'The
fight was a fair fight Let us take the
blood-money, a llttlo more thnn is of
fered by tho slayer, and wo will say no
more about iL' Then do they haggle
over tho blood-money, for the dead waa
& strong man, leaving many sons. Yet
before nmratvela (sunrise) they put tbo
fire to him a little, as the custom is,
and the dead man comes to me, and he
Nubto Animals M.iuRhtcrvd Without An;
A recent visitor to Nevada, according
to the Northwest Magazine, says
one of the htrango sights ho saw in
Lincoln county was the cowboys kill
ing wild horses. "Ono morning," he
said, "I saw five going forth well
mounted and armed with tremendously
big revolvers. I asked them where
they were going. 'Oh, out to kill some
horcs,' they said. Well, they did kill
them. They had a boy to change
horses and ride round nnd round In a
circuit miles in extent after them. At
tho wild horses would, come around the
cowboys would bang them over. I saw
horso after horse great magnificent
stallions of all colors killed in this
way. They wpuld como around on the
dead run. Thcro would bo a shot, 01
probably a fuslllady of shots. The horse
would take a leap into the air and come
down dead. It looked a shame to kill
such magnificent brutes, but tho cow
boys shot them down without the least
There aro thousands of these wild
horses in Nevada, and nbout the only
excuse given for shooting them is that
the stallions entice away the domestic
mares, which then become as wild as
the other horses.
WHAT A "TEAM" IS.
A MOTOfttTAN'S LIFE.
Full of Hardships, Bsposuro
Depends on V71iut Tart of the Country
You Are In.
What is a "team?" Is it an animal
hitched to a wagon, or two or more
animals and a wagon, or simply two
animals harnessed up together? Does
the word includo the vehicle? An ex
cited llostonlan, writing from Nebraska
to a Itoston paper, confesses his humili
ation when, upon remarking that a
"team" had been left in tho street, ho
was told by n cowboy that ho meant a
wagon, ilo admits, says Harper's
Weekly, that the cowboy was right,
and so it seems here. In the state of
New York, where a high standard of
language prevails, "team" properly in
:ludcs tho animals, If moro than one,
which haul a vehicle, but not the ve
hiclo itself; but improperly it is used to
designate any animal or animals
hitched to any vehicle. It is not used,
however, to designate tho vehicle with
out tho nnlmals, ns seems sometimes
the case in New England. A synonym
for team in its degenerate sense in New
York stato is "rig." In tho moro ob
jectionable phrase of newspaper Eng
lish a horso and buggy aro invariably
a "rig," and livery stablomen nnd
farmers' boys apply tho sarao brief
nnd comprehensive term to almost any
vehicle drawn by anything on four
Ought to FcSl Cheap.
First Hoy I bet Mr. Do Hroker feels
Second Boy 'Why?
First Boy Last week he paid two
hundred dollars for a dog, and to-day a
two-dollar dog licked him. Good
, Huro to ItceoTcr.
"Doctor, do you think my vrlfo will
"Oh, yes. I told her I already had a
wlfo picked out for you In case sh
didn't get well" Life. ,
Xho Great Strain on n, Man's Nerves Suf
ficient In IUclf to Wreck lllm In u
hbort Time Tlio Experience of a
the capital city.
I There aro colored twins In Putnam
! county. Conn., but four years old. with
red hair. Bailey, the circus man, nas
sought In vain to get them.
According to a 1'nrls paper the crown
of the king of Portugal, which waa re
cently repaired by a jeweler. Is tho
most costly In the worlS, fct:o "ueO
Tho headlights from the locomotive
engines on Maine railroadH attract tho
deer from the forests, and numbers of
tho animals aro being killeu by tho
Seven hundred Berlin journalists nro
to havo their pictures printed in n vol
ume which Oustov Dabms has written
nnd which Is to gie an Inside view of
modern German journalism.
Mrs. Llzxle M. Trost, of Monmouth,
Me., has full charge of a grist mill. Sho
adjustu the power and sees thnt the ma
chinery does Its work properly, whllo
her husband follows his literary bent
ind writes poems.
Threo women preachers hold minis
lerlal charges In Belfast, Mo. Miss
Kingsbury is pnstor of the Unlersnlit
ihurch. Miss King of thi Church of tho
Advent nnd Mrs. Mclntyro of tho
Church of God.
A Singular Form of Monomania.
Thcro la a class of pooplo, rational euough
la other respects, who aro certainly mono
maniacs in doslnRlliemsclvcs. They arecon
stantly trying experiments upon their stom
achs, "their bowels, their livers and their
kidneys with trashy nostrums. AVheu these
orpins aro really out of order, If they would
only ubo llosU'ttcr's Stomach Bltttrs, they
would, If not hopelessly Insane, perceive its
Little Freddy (to his elder brother, for
tho seventh time) "Aro jou asleep, Tom!"
Tom "If you don't shut up, I'll lick you
pood. How tho dickens do you suppose I
can cay my prayers when j ou aro yelling nt
mo all tho tlmo! You'vo cot as much sento
as a last year's bird nest."
Whether on plcasuro bent, orbuslncs, tako
on every trip a bottle of rjyrup of KIrs, as it
acts most pleasantly and uffcctUcly on the
kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fe
vers, neauaciics nnu omcr torms 01 sicic-
ncss. or B.ue la mi cents ana ?l Dottles by
all leading druggists.
From the Cincinnati, Ohio, Enquirer.
Tho lifo of a motorman is not a bed of
roses. Ho Is subjects! to many hardships
especially In tho winter when ho Is exposed
to tho cold and snow. Even In tho summer
ho must bear tho iutcaso heat which boats
down upon Dim. Considerable ncrvoand
self possession is necessary la a good motor-
man, for tho lives and limb3 of his pas
songcrs aro at stako. Ono of tho best
known electric motorroen In tills city Is
Wlillbm Krazer, whr is at present running
a car on tho Cummii'svillo electric lino. Ho
13 Hot only well knjwn to his fellow em
ployes but to tho pooplo who travel on his
car. Mr. Frazcr Is a young nan about
twenty-six vears of ago and resides with his
wife and child at 141 Betts Street, Cincin
nati, O. About a year ago Vr. Krazcrwns
taken with serious stomach troubles. Ho
bought several klrds of mcdiclno which
woro recommended to him, but nono of
them seemed to give him even temporary
benefit. An enthusiastic admirer of thnt
famous remedy known as Dr. Williams'
Piuk Pills for Palo Peoplotold him to try
thorn. Frazorwas almost discouraged, but
took tho advico. To a reporter of tho AVi
qulrcr ho said:
"1 can most hcartllv recommend Dr. Wil
liams' Pink PlUs. They nro all that is
cUlmod for them, In fact they advertise
themselves better than any medicine I ever
saw. I was seized some tlmo ago with a
bad attack of Indigestion. My stomach
hurt mo nearly all tlio tlmo and 1 could not
digest my food. Tlio pain was tlmost un
bearablo and I found nothing that would glvo
mo relief. I confess that when I bought
tho first box of Pink Pills I hadn't much
confidence in their cflicacy becauso I had
triod so many tilings without success that 1
was almost discouraged. Beforo I had
taken ono box I was decidedly better. Two
boxes cured mo entirely. While I havo
been under tho weather from other causes
my Indigestion has never returned. If it
over should I know just what to do. I havo
so much coulldenco In tho efllcaoy of Fink
Pills that It I over get real sick again with
any disorder I shall uso somo of them. It
is a pleasure for mo I assure you to testify
to tho excellent qualities of these Pink Pills.
They not only tono tho stomach but regu
late tho bowels and act as a mild cathartic."
Mr. Fraier's testimonial means some
thing. Ho speaks from personal cxpcricnco
nnd any ono who doubts that ho recclvcl
tho benefits stated can easily verify the at
scrtlon by calling ou Mr. Frazer or seeing
him somo tlmo whllo hois on his car.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all tho
elements necessary to pivo now lifo and
richness to tho blood nnd restore shattered
norvos. Thev nro sold in boxes inever In
looso form by tho dozen or hundred) nt 0
conU a box, or six lxixcs for ?"- 50, and may
bo hal of all druggists or directly by mail
from Dr. Williams' Mcdiclno Company,
Hclicncciauy, x. x.
TRAP AND GUN.
ODDITIES AND NOVELTIES
During the last six years In this coun
try $123,000,000 have been Bpcnt In con
verting street railroads to the trolley
At Melbourne the cabmen havo boon
almost ruined by omnibuses nnd street
cars, and arc glad to accept thrcc-penny
Dr. A, D. Moncc. of Ogden. Utnh, as
serts thnt the evil habits and crimlnnl
inclinations of children can be overcome
The natives of Alaska seldom chango
their clothes, unless they are worn out.
They are considered the filthiest race of
beings on theenrth.
A double-tailed shark recently drifted
ashore at Mldian, British Columbia, It
had also three perfect eyes und a flipper
attached to tho lower jaw.
Lightning struck a church steeple nt
Charlevllle, France, while two choir
boys wero ringing the bells. One boy
was fatally injured, and tho other In
DID YOU KNOW?
A lynx weighing 40 pounds was shot
In a main street, near the center of tho
city of San Diego, Cal., n few days ago,
It is said that deer arc so plentiful in
come of the wild parts of Oregon that
the systematic slaughter of them for
their hides is a profitable business.
Vhilo hunting for partridge, and, of
course, with both barrels loaded with
bird ohot, nn Ellsworth, Me., hunter
stumbled upon three deer. He didn't
swear, he says; ho "laid right down
A good-siied bear was killed in tho
city limits of Moutcsano, Wash. The
animal strayed in from the nearby for
est and got within four blocks of the
courthouso before anyono appeared
with a gun. Then n 14-year-old boy
A party of hunters returned to Ash
land. Ore., from a six weeks' hunt In
tho mountains of Curry county, bring
ing with them the spoils of threo bull
elk, four bears and C5 bucks. There Is
a wonderful abundance of game In thnt
Grouse, partridge, deer and many
other kinds of game arc unusually
plentiful in northern New Ilampshlro
this fall. Black bears nro numerous
near Thornton, and nn unusually largo
lynx was shot near ElUwoth a few
POSTAGE STAMPS AND CARDS.
Tho different countries of tho world
now use 13,400 different kinds of pos
A postage stamp of Mauritius issue,
two-penny blue, unused, sold in London
An aicrago of 12,000,000 of postage
stan.ps are used by tho people of tho
United States every dny in the year.
Austria bas seized all the Italian pos
;al cards printed to commemorate the
taking of Homo nt the frontier, and re
fuses to allow them to clrculato wlUiln
her territory. Italy has protested, as
the cards comply with all the regula
tions of tho postal union.
"Wku.!" exclaimed Dobson. as a hen
carefully stepped aaldo, instead of turning
around and scuttling across the front of hi;
bicycle. "That's tho first sensible hen I
ever saw." "Probably It's a new hen,"
said his friend. Harper's Bazar.
MowtXR "I see some philosopher say
that tho way to cure yourself of a Ioto af
fair is to run away. Do you beiievo it!"
Cynicus "Certainly If you run away with
the girl." Truth.
Ir we must accept fate, we are not leu
compelled to assart liberty, the significance
of the individual, the grandeur of duty, the
power of ebaracUr. SBtrsoa.
That blotting pads nro now
from porous stone.
That "antiseptic wool" Is manufact
ured from peat, In Ireland.
That "sandpaper" is not sandpaper,
but the grit used is pounded glass.
Thnt tho value of the fruit crop ol
Cnllfornla now exceeds that of tho
That tho engino of nn express train
consumes 12 gallons of water for each
That In tho warship Terrible, of tho
Boyal navy, there are SO steam engines,
large and small.
That ten patents for pncumntlo shoes
hnve been Issued, nnd no telling how
soon wo may bo walking around "on
That houses arc now built without
fairways, their placo being supplied
by an inclined piano rising gradually
without steps or stairs.
That a vacuum, hotvevcr Branll, lo n
perfect Insulator, nnd therefore Im
pervious to penetration by tho clcctrK
spark or current.
THE DOINGS OF WOMEN.
Miss Helen Gould hns presented to tho
Christian Endeavor society 50,000 copies
of Rev. Dr. Smith's hymn "America."
Tho "new women" are coming to the
front In Flulnnd, too. They hate formed
tolunteer fire brigades In Hclslngfors
and other towns, and have done first-
Miss Edith Okcy, graduated from the
Veterinary college of Toronto, Can., tho
first woman to win n diploma there, has
hung out her shingle at Snndeval, O., In
the center of a rich grazing country.
Disenscs of milch cows havo been Miss
Okcy's special study. She docs well
and emulovs three men ns assistants.
Power unless managed with
and discretion, docs but muko man tho
aioro linted: no intervals of good humor,
no Btarts of bounty, will atono for tyranny
and oppression. Jeremy Collier.
Tun Gexuinb "Bronx's Brosxiiial
Troches" aro sold ouly in boxes. They aro
or Irritation of tho Throat caused by cold.
iV professor caculatcs that tho earth Is
shrinking about two inches a year. That
accounts for tho nervous anxiety manifest-,
cd by somo pcojilo to possess It whllo it is
of somo size. TitBlts.
The CintiBTMAS NuimKit of The On-
turu Magazine Is a wonder. It costs onlv
35 cents, but there are many ten-dollar
gllt-uooKs that aro not so beautiful.
As I anow old moro dross than gold
Apncarti in life's idloy;
Antf buckwheat cakes don't scorn ns big
As when 1 was a boy.
-N. Y. Journal.
Piso's Cure 13 a wonderful Cough mcdi
clno. Mrs. W. Fickkrt, Van Hiclen ond
Blako Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 0, "04.
No rnitsoxs nro moro frequently wrong
than thoso who will not admit they aro
Check Colds nnd Bronchitis with Hale's
Honoy of Ilorchound and Tar.
Pike's Toothacho Drops Cure In ono mlnuto.
"Is tour boy of a destructive nnturol"
"Indeed ho Is. He's breaking silence all
day long." Harper's Bazar.
Beeciiam'b pills for constipation 10c and
25c. Get tho book (frco) ntyour druggist's
and go by It, Annual solo G,OUO,0OU boxes.
TnEiiu aro such things ns adorablo faults
and Insupportablo vlrtcs. Fllcgendo Blaet
ItnU'a Catarrh Curo
Is a Constitutional Curo. Price 75c.
A dress docs not mako a woman,
often breaks n"aian. Texas Blf tlugs.
l See that 1
It's the feature of (ff3
the DeLONG Vid f?
Pat. Hook aud N?W
Jiye. ino matter
how you twist
and turn .itholds
the eye in place.
Send (wo ccn( tlamp
with name anil ad
ilrett. and ice will
S mail you Mother Goose in new cloth t$
X containing ten color )4aUt; ten black
at anil white pictures; and lott of llitlj
C HicinntwoN A Dr.LOHo Duos., Pbllada,
A. N. K 11.
WHEN WHITINO TO AIlVKltTISKItS
)leuftn Rtnte thnt )ou saw the Ailier
tlHCiupnt lu tlilit paper.
T T APflte fill 0ES NOT "FOOL 'ROUND";
01.dAl.UDJ Ullv1T G0ES STRAIGHT TO
WORK ON PAIN AND DRIVES IT OUT AND "SHUTS
IT OFF" FROM RETURNING. THAT'S BUSINESS.
to every woman wash-day and house
cleaning time with their grim attend
ants ; "aching back," "low spirits,"
tired to death," "worn out," "out of
sorts. Why don t you jet
rid of these things? Use
Pearline. There are directions
on each Dackaee that will
show you the latest, safest, quickest,
and best ways pf washing.
The wonderful success of Pearline
(used and talked of by millions of women)
that alone ought to movc-vou to trVit,
And then a trial means continued use. 173
I 1 A-'
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE
OF "THE CENTURY"?
The moit beautiful Uiue of magailne that one con Im
agine. It contalni the famoui pictures by the great French
rtIt.Tiot,rJmtratIngTHE LpE 0p CHRIST,
pictures which when they were exhibited In Parii many
CHRISTMAS people wept over, tome making the rounds or the room
I NJAflER BC ccntainloe them on their kneei. Rtad the article that ac
companies the pictures. On crery news-stand, 35 cents.
You cn tuUcrib for a yttr Winning with NottmtxT (fint
number of tht rolumc) for $4.00, im fcr $1.50 man you cn hr
all th Humbert of thi put twtlva nantltf aonuinit j ih ftnt put
of tbc Napoleon Life. Tht Century Co., Union Square, New York.