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SFlIg t& Sumion to Church.
- n the rooms of the Connecticut
historical Society Is exhibited a piece
of a bell showing the date of casting,
1729. This fragment which is in
two parts, Is a portion of the bell
which formerly hung for more than a
century in the old Center Church.
The old bell having broken in 1725,
the society, on Dec. 19, 1726, voted
that "John Edwards, at the charge
of the Society, purchase Some Suit
able Red bunting for a flagg to be set
Qa the State House to direct for
p* eeting upon the publick Worship of
God." The old tell was sent to En
gland at the expense of both the
first and second societies, where It
was recast in 1729, and continued in
use here from that time -until 1841,
when it broke, and a new bell was
There Is a pretty story told of a
young physician of Washington who
was connected at one tine with the
Emergency Hospital; It has caused
many a smile at his expense. He
had not been long stationed at the
hospital when a woman was brought
in suffering from a severe scalp
wound. The blood were fast dyeing
her golden curls a rusty red, and the
doctor was engaged in hastily clip
ping her hair, when his patient ex
claimed, "Oh, Doctor, don't!" Think
ing he might have hurt her, he said,
"Oh, never mind; that's all right:"
"No, it's not," responded the lady,
with some wrath, "for you are cit
ting my wig!"
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The door of w7hat has for years Seen
known in Ashland, Ohio, as the log
but hermitage was open the other day
for the first time in thirty years. It
was forced open under the suspicion
that the hermit was sick. The her
mit's dog, by a peculiar instinctive
method of communication, led a neigh
bor to the hut. While no person had
been permitted to enter his hut for
thirty years, if any one approached it
the hermit would come out of his
dwelling, fasten the dog and talk with
On a recent morning the neighbor
could not call out "Uncle Fred," so he
attempted to get in, but could not.
He then attempted to look in through
the window, which consisted of but
one pane of glass six by eight inches
in size, but he could see nothing. He
then called other neighbors, and after
breaking open the door by the aid of a
lantern they found the hermit dead in
front of his fireplace, on the ground,
for his hut had no floor and no bed.
He had slept on the ground for thirty
His hermitage had but one room,
10x12 feet, which was filled with sacks
of nuts and barrels of garden products,
and was hung full from its low ceiling
with herbs gathered from the country
far and near. The floor was filled with
geological specimens. The hermit,
whose name was Matthews, died in the
room in which he was born. He had
taught school in Holmes County,
tudied medicine at Mansfield and had
practiced as a physician among his
neighbors, and was highly esteemed
professionally and as a teacher. He
married at about the age of forty a
young pupil in his school in Holmes
County, who on being taken to his
home, which he had told her had four
sections of land with a mill on it, was
3o enraged when she found that it had
but four-quarters of an acre of land
and a coffee mill that she left him. He
then vowed to be a hermit. He would
not permit anyone to enter his hut.
He was a man of strong mentalpowers,
strengthened by his hermit study and
inspiration. He came out of his hut
often to lecture on politics. He had
evolved free trade in his study and
other subjects of interest. The County
Infirmary directors have made him %n
allowance for years. He had not had
his hair cut or been shaved for years.
Lopped ears are the result of do
mestication in all animals except the
elephant. Not only carnivorous- ani
mals, but all animals which are liable
to be preyed upon by others, need the
erect, mobile, funnel-shaped ear to
catch every sound; the one class to ap
prise them of the vicinity of their
prey, the other to keep them on their
guard against unseen foes; and the
constant exercise of the external or
gan gives tone and energy to the mus
les which move it.
The elephant, too, probablycame of
an ancestral stock that had erect ears,
but for ages past there has been no crea
ure, powerful enough to cause it
alarm, and for want of exercise the
muscles which move the ear have lost
one and wasted away, leaving the ear
o lop or hang pendulous.
The tendency to lop the ear variea
nuch in different animals. Rabbits
op their ears after a very short period
f domestication, and, with the excep
ion of dogs and pigs, are almost the
only lop-eared animals in Europe and
Aimeica; but in Oriental countries all
the domestic animals are more or less
op-eared, a fact which suggests .that
they have been much longer under do
estication than their congeners in
East Indian goats have long, pendu.
ous ears, sometimes over a foot in
Length and soft as silk. The ears of
he Indian donkey stand out horizon
ally; those of the zebu, or Indian ox,
Iroop below the horizontal line, and
ome breeds of Oriental horses carry
heir ears nearly horizontal, although
the Arab horse shows no such ten
The general measure of variability
1 this matter of lopped ears is to be
found among dogs. Spaniels, setters,
ointers, bloodhounds, beagles and
oxhounds all have long hanging ears;
oulldogs, terriers, colles and grey
hounds droop only the tips of the
ars; the spitz has erect ears, while
nastiffs and many other breeds have
short, pendulous or semi-pendulour
It might be inferred that the more
pendulous-eared dogs have been
longer under domestication, and that
the more prick-eared dogs have been
derived from wild stock at a compar
tively recent period; but something
ay tbe due to accidental variationand
mreful selection in breeding.
In general, lop ears result from agea.
f disuse of the muscles which move
he ears, and which in wild animals
are in constant activity ; and it ap
ears that ears which have become
endulous tend to increase in length,
What signifies sadnese? A man grows
lean upon it.
The infinitely little have a pride in
Fear is a vassal; when you frown he
ies; a hundred times in life a coward
The effective strength of sects is not
to be ascertained by merely counting
People seldom improve when they
have no other model but themselves to
What we do upon some great occa
aions will probably -depend on whaf
'wo already are.
Go where he will the wise man is at
home, his hearth the earth-his haJi
the azure dome.
Leisure for men of business ans,
usiness for men of leisure would cure
Give every man thy ear, but few thy~
voice; take each man's censure, bul
reserve thy judgment.
D~ead counselors are the most irm
structive, because they are heard witb
'uatience and reverence..
The Singalese, after extracting the
honey from the bee, eat the insect 11
These three words tell the whole
story of the wonderful cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilla. When the blood is impure
it is fertile soil far all kinds of disease
germs, and such troubles as scrofula,
salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, grip,
and typhoid fever are likely to appear.
Purifies the blood and thus cures these
diseases by removing their cause. No
Dther preparation has ever accomplished
the remarkable cures which have fol
lowed the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Be sure to get only Hood's.
Hood's Pills piy cadar?" 25
The Work Cure.
A famousFrench physician, De Fleu
ry, says that Zola is exactly right in
declaring that brain work is the best
remedy for nervousness, sorrow and
We cannot reproduce his scientific
explanation of this theory, but some of
the examples mentioned by him will
lead our readers to look into the mat
ter and study it for themselves. Victor
Hugo appeared to be so much absorbed
in his work that he was considered
heartless or a man who would not be
moved by any sorrow. The truth is,
he was remarkably sensitive, and in
order to save himself from the torture
of his emotions he sought refuge in
work. In this way he preserved his
sanity and at the same time gave to
the world masterpieces of literature.
De Fleury says that Hugo's case
taused him to try the brain work cure
on his patients, men and women, who
were suffering from various forms of
hervousness. He got them interested
a various studies and in correspon
Lence, keeping accounts and literary
work. In a short time they grew more
sheerful. They were contented dur
lag the day and sleep came easily at
toIFrenchman has called attention
Io a cure of great valie. It is one
that can easily be utilized without a
physician or without going to a hos
ital or an asylum. Any nervous suf
ierer whose mind is dominated by a
great sorrow has simply to devote him
elf in earnest to productive and use.
ful brain work and the result will be a
omplete cure. It is worth trying.
BEST OF ALL
Lo cleanse the system in a gentle and'
truly beneficial manner, when the
Springtime comes, use the true and
perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One
bottle will answer for all the family and
costs only 50 cents; the large size $1.
Try it and be pleased. Manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
."Well, young man," said old Mr.
Breezy, "while you are at my house
I hope you'll feel just like one of the
family." "Thank you. i'm sure I
have every reason to." "What do
you mean?" "Your daughter has
just said she would be a sister to me."
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-"Where is the island of' Java sit
aated?" asked a Harlem school
teacher of a small but rather forlorn
looking boy. "I dunno, sir." "Don't
ou know where coffee comes frm?"
"Yes, sir; we borrows it ready
parched from the next-door neigh
Dr. Kilmer's s w A r-R oo T cures~
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Laboratory Binghamton, N. Y.
The reformers of the English Church
in 1549 struck out nearly 100 holidays,
leaving only such as in their time were
dear to the popular heart.
DeflhleSs'Canot )e Cured
by oca apliatimas they cannot reach the
dieased otion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitu
ional remedies. Deafnesis casd by an in
lamed condition of tbe mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in
lamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
feet hearing~iand when it is entirely clorsed
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam
maton can be taken out and this tnbe re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever, nine cases out ten are
caused by citarrh, which is nothIng but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafnes caused by catarrh) thati can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
cic*gs Fe. 3. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
E~rSold by Druggists. 75c.
A single herd of caribou, estimated
to contain 200 mnembers, was rece ntly
seen on the lower slopes of Mount
The Average Man
who suffers from headaches and billouess needs
a medicine to keep his stomach and liver in good
working order. For such people Ripans Tabules
~IlI the bill. One tabule gives rehef.
The first savings bank of this coun
try was the Philadelphia Savings Fund
Society, organized in 1816, It is still
After the Grip, diphtheria, pneumonia.
rearlet fever, typhoid fever. etc.. Hlood's sarsa.
parilla is of wonderful benefit in imparting the
strength and vigor so much desired.
Hoed's Pills for the liver and bowels, act
easily yet promptly and eff'ectively.
The business of snail gathering in
Switzerland is one that has within the
past five years assumed increased im
Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat and Lung
trouble of three years' standing.-E. CADY,
Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1894.
A tennis court has been constructed
on the roof of the extension to the
general postoffice in London.
arl's Cover Root, the great blood purifier.
pivesfreshness and clearness to the compleion
and cures constipation 25 cts. 50 cts.. si.
Madagascar was so named by the
early explorers from the Malagasy or
Malays who inhabited it.
Mfrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teeth , sftens the gums, reduces infhamma
Mon. an.cures wind colic. 25c.a bottl
Boston is eating halibut shipped
from Victoria, British Columbia, in
If afflcted with soreeyes use Dr. fsaac Thomp
on'sEyewater.Drugglstssell at25c. Det bottle
Out of 1,000,000 people, 27,000 suc
pnmh to apoplenr.
Weak nerves indicate as surely as any
physical symptom shows anytIing,that
the organs and tissues of the body are
not satisfied with their nourishment.
They draw their sustenance from the
blood, and if the blood is thin, impure
or insufficient, they are in a state of re
volt. They demand
To purify and vitalize the blood, and
thus supply the nourishment which is
needed. Those who keep their blood
pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla have no
trouble with veak nerves. Therefore
take Hood's now.
eytby, eam to take,
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hUMOROUS SKETCHES FROV
A Seaside Idyll-And the Meshes Are
All Speak at Once-Trans
They were bitting in the twilight,
Where the waves break on the sand,
And an arm was wound around her,
They were clasping hand to hand;
And she bent a little closer,
Toward a face sun-kissed with tan.
And to Susie Mamie whispered:
"Don't you wish weid see a man?"
-New York World.
AND TIE NEL=S AE Fn.
"So the Duke is casting his net fa,
an American heiress?"
"Yes-his coronet. "-Puck.
Willis-"Brown says he has a horse
Wallace-"I don't doubt it. I sold
him one the other day."-Life.
DIDN'T Ann SPEAK AT ONCE.
Elmore-"Did you ever see a com
pany of women perfectly silent?"
Decker-"Onoe. Some one had
asked which was the oldest. "-New
"I hear that the literary club made
.uite a lion of Timmins on account of
his latest poem."
"Yes; they kept it up till they made
an ass of him."-IndianapolisJournal
ONE ON BOSTON.
Englishman - "This is beastly
Bostonian-"Beastly? Why, there's
nothing animal about it, is there?"
Englishman--"Certainly. Isn't it
aining cats and dogs?"-Yankee
A MODERN M'noDMEENT.
"What ho," cried the Viking, is
sour displeasure, "whore are my fish
"Sire," replied the Prime Minister,
'the Crown'Prince has returned from
college and is using them for lawa
EUsB&MD AND wWE IN~ ACCORD.
"Women must consider it an awful
'ate to be an old maid," mused Mr
"They do, Josiah," said Mrs. Chug
ater. "What terrible sticks they
sometimes marry to escape it."
And Josiah rubbed his chin and said
nothing.-Chicago Tribune. -
A BSIsmEss HEAD.
Old Bullion (on his death bed)
"All my property is willed to you, but
I'm afraid my children by my first
wife will make a contest, and then the
lawyers will get it."
Young Wife--"Don't worry, my
love; I can easily fix that. I'll
marry one of the lawyers."-New York
PrEso PrALL saw.
~PoesrPotterby-"Dear me. 1
do believe that young Freshly was
maing game of me yesterday morn
Mrs. Potterby-"Why so, Socrates,
Professor Potterby-"He wanted to
"now if Paris green was not oftenused
for dyeing purposes. "-Indianapolis
How HE sT ommEn.
Hobbs and Dobbs were discussing
men who stammer.
"The hardest job I ever had," said
Dobbs, "was to understand a &eaf and
dumb man who stammered."
"How can a deaf and dumb mar
stammer?" asked Dobbs.
"Easily enough,"replied Dobbs, "he
had rheumatism in his flngers."-PhiI
mIs LAsT EEREIENCE.
Mr. Young Pop-"'ll be cook my.
self, my dear, but I'm blessedif I'll set
foot in an intelligence office again. I
picked out the most respectable-look
ing woman in the room and stepping
up to her said: 'Can you fill the posi
tion of cook?'
"She looked like our bantam fight
h~g-cock as she replied: 'I am trying
to fi1l that of our coachman. I think
you would suit admirably.' "-Life.
PEDUNCnE's nrITnE uMACCDBRACr.
Maud-"How do you like thai
young Mr. Peduncle?"
Irene-"I don't like him at all. He's
either very stupid or he's an impudent
upstart. I said to him at the party
last night that I didn't feel like eating
anything and he said: "Why, Miss
Squires, you certainly look well
enough to eat."
"Well, what of that?"
"Why, he should hare said I looke4
good enough to eat."-Chicago Tri
JUsT wHAT HE wANTED.
A farmer entered a telegraph office
in Central New York and sent thir
message to a woman in Canada:
"Will you be my wife? Please
answer at once by telegraph."
Thea he sat down and waited. Nc
answer came. - He waited till late is.
the evenL aMl no ansar.. Eath
the iext morning he came i azan,
and - ts banded a dispatch- an affirm
ative reply. The operator expressee
" 'Twas & little rough to keep you
so long in suspense."
"Look here, young feller," said the
farmer, "I'll stand all the suspense.
A. woman that'll hold back her answer
to a proposal of marriage all day, so as
o send it by night rates, is jest the
-iconomical woman that I've been
a-waitin' for ?"-Jalappe Journal.
"You know that beautiful blind girl
that I have loved so long?"
"Well, I think I have restored her
"You don't say ?"
"Yes, I proposed to her last night
and she said that she would see."
New York Press,
Cherubim-I guess that man who
said he was from Chicago Is all right.
St. Peter-Have you discovered any.
thing? Cherubim-Yes, he has worn
out two horns in three days.-Judge
Brakeman-Here, get a move on
yer there! Mr. Oates-You shut up!
Me an' 'Mandy is a-woin' to kiss good.
by it it paralyzes th' whole steam
railroad system of th' State.-Judge
Is He Always Welcome?
Will-You must have a nice time
at Ethel's? Alfred-Yes, it's a go-as.
you-please. Will-But is it a come
as-often-as-you-like? - Philadelphiq
SERVED IN THE WAR..
THE GRIP ALMOST WON WHERE TE
Our Sympathies Always Enlisted In the
Infirmities of the Veteran.
(From the Berald, Woodstock, Va.)
There Is an old soldier in Woodstock, Va.,
who sered in the war with Mexico and in
the war of the rebellion, Mr. Levi Malnturff.
He passed through both these wars without
a serious wound. The hardships, however,
told seriously on him, for when the grip at
tacked him four years ago it nearly killed
him. Who can look upon the Infirmities of
a veteran without a feeling of the deepest
sympathy? His townspeople saw him con
fined to his house so prostrated with great
nervousness that he could not hold a knife
and fork at the table, scarcely able to walk,
too, and as he attempted it. he often stum
bled and fell. They saw him treated by the
best talent to be had-bat still he suffered on
for four years, and gave up finally in despair.
One day, however, he was struck by the ac
count of a cure which had been affected by
the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. He im
mediately ordered a box and commenced tak
ing them. He says he was greatly relieved
within three days' time. The blood found Its
way to his fingers, and his hands, which had
been palsied, assumed a natural color, and
he was soon enabled to use his knife and fork
at the table. He has recovered his strength
to such an extent that he is able to chop
wood, shock corn and do his regular work
about his home. He now says he can not
only walk to Woodstock, but can walk across
the mountains. He Is able to lift up a fifty
two pound weight with one hand and says he
does not know what Dr. Wiliams' Pink Pills
have done for others, but knows that they
have done a great work for him. -
He was in town last Monday. court day,
and was loud In his praise of the medicine
that had given him so great relief. He pur
hased another box and took It home with
him. Mr. Mclnturff is willing to make affi
davit to these facts.
The proprietors of Dr. Williams' Piak Pils
state that they are not a patent medicine, but
a prescripto used for many years by an em
inent pationer, whio pro-duced the moat
wonderu results with them, curing all forms
of weakness arising from a watery condition
of the blood or shattered nerves, two fruitful
causes of almost every ill to which flesh is
heir. The pills are also a specific for the
trouble peuliar to females, such as suppres
sions, l forms of weakness, chronic consti
pator bearing down pains, etc., and In the
eaeomen will give speedy relief and effect
a permanent cure in all cases arising from
mental worry, overwork or excesses of what
ever nature. They are entirely harmless and
an be given to weak and sickly children
with the greatest good and without the
ligts dange. Pink Pills are sold by all
dealr or will be sent postpaid on receipt of
price (be. a box or six boxes for $2.50-they
are never sold in bulk or by the 100) by ad
dressing Dr. Wiliams'. Medicine Company,
Shenectady, N. Y.
A Real Castle in the Air.
Mr. Tobiansky, the engineer, is
starting a company for the introduc
ion of a novel feature to the Antwerp
exhibition which is to be held next
year. It is to consist of a raft, with
an area of about twenty square yards,
ad constructed of bamboo rods and
steel and aluminium tubing, on which
a palatial restaurant is to be erected,
ad the whole suspended in mid-air at
an altitude of 500 yards by means of
aptive balloons. An ingenious com
bination of anchor cables will hold
this "aerial castle" in position, and
efectively prevent any oscillation even
an the strongest gale. Two smaller
aptive balloons, each to carry eight
r ten persons, will serve to convey
isitors to this floatingisland and back
gain to terra firma. Each of the
larger balloons is fitted with a silk
ube, through which, by means of an
utomatic arrangement, a fresh supply
f gas is obtained when required.
lectric lamps of intense brilliancy are
fitted to the raft for the purpose of
ighting the exhibition grounds. The
ntire fabric can be brought down to
the ground in ten minutes by means
f steam winches.-ILe Patriote.
TESrmhON~Y OF ONE wRO EW'.
Stranger-"This is a beautiful part
f the city. 'roperty must be very
Citizen-"No', sir, property isn't
orth anything along here."
"Not worth anything!i Why, every
aouse in this row is a palace, and
there's half a mile of them !"
"That doesn't make any difference.
fhey are owned by men that are suffer
ing for the necessaries of life."
"I don't see any indications that
the owners want to sell out."
"They're too poor to be able eve-a
to buy 'For Sale' cards to put in the
"Have you got any property along
this row ?"
"Haven't a foot of dirt within a mile'
"Then how do you know all thisT'
(Interrupting--"Why, Great Scott!i
ought to have known it at at once
Shake i - I'm an assessor myself whan
rrr. o an..mara Trbune.
If It's a Sprain, Strain, oe
Will Cure It
dyspepsia bad taste in
sick headache foul brieath
bilious headache loss of app
when these conditions are 4
constipation is the most fr
One of the most impo
to learn is that constipatio:
sickness in the world, espe
all be prevented. Go by tl
gist's, or write B. F. Allen
York. Pills, ioc. and 25c
Annual sales more
Plucky Little Schoolma'am.
A deep gloom is hang na over the
adolescent section of the masculine
population of Doylestown; the cause
of which is the near at hand exodus
offthe army of pretty and learned
women who have brightened the
town witi their presence since Mon
day last, says the Philadelphia
A party of about twenty of the
prettiest teachers gathered around
the dinner table at the hotel the
other day, and, among subjects
equally interesting, the advisability
of corporeal punishment was discuss
ed. Miss Mary Duval was decidedly
in favor of doing away with such
severity, blit Miss Eva Vasey, an at
tractive little lady, strongly urged/its
"I beleive," she said, "that in some
cases it is the only way to act. You've
got to make them afraid or you.
Last year I had a scholar who was
quite a head taller than I am. He
was 16 years old and tall and stout,
Well, nobody could do anything with
him, and one day he was really un
bearable and I gave him a real good
"How did he take it,Eva, and what
did he say?" inquired Miss Voris anx
"Well," answered Miss Vasey, a
little reluctantly, "he said to me a
few days after: 'Miss Vasey, I let you
thrash me that time, but if I had
liked I could have thrashed you.'
But he was much better afterward
and that thrashing did it.' concluded
the little lady, drawing herself up to
her full height offve feet.
It is estimated that the atmosphere,
of Mars is one quarter as extensive as
that of the earth.
A scientist has calculated that a
single pair of rabbits, if all the young
were kept alive, would in four years
multiply into 1,274,840 rabbits.
The Greatest l'edical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROIBURY, MASS,,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down toa common pimple. Bend for Book.
M3anistee, Mich., Feb. 14, 1895.
Dear Sir: :
I am the little boy you sent the
Discovery to about six" weeks ago.
1 used two bottles and also the
salve. When I began to use the
medicine my sores were as large as
a quarter of a dollar, and now they
are as large as a ten cent piece and
I feel much better. Mamma and
Ifeel very thankful to you. I shall
w'rite again and .tell you how 1
am getting along.
J remain your little friend,
ANDR EW POAIEBOY,
88 Lake Street,
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consumption is often cured.
strength so quickly and effeci
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are made strong and robust
forms of food seem to do thel
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the mouth pimples
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rtant things for everybody
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than 6,oooooo boxes.
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