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In Bu la-t, Hngary, tIe; I173
put the tro!ley ir.: un le:r;rn- L
it . prop->sl to axL.v %wil tk i
smoke inuisainoe is Pittsbir-, 'Ai.
b erecting a m:t:ntu-it!, elCtj ril-it
outsi':e the city.
California di:-n>al are font in :it
the colorn, fro' a brilliait white t,> a
clear black, toy-ether with r- , pin,
vellow, bla-: a gret .
A chemist advises thlit cannAI fr it
be opendl an hour or tvo blfoe it ie
used. It yee'j:i>es ri-her after t,,e o
ygen of the air ha: been ret.red to it.
A fire was re;etly st irted in :, Bs
ton store by allowing nu in:.niti
]lenp to remain for a few mintitt' o
a pile of cotton eloth i:n the j':t-im
Beantiful spec*rimens of t* - ni.1 >r
ite, or tourm-iline, have been foun I in
Maine au:l elseivihere in Netw Ealanl1.
T bis gem is sai I a'se to have beeu
fonna in North Carolina.
A use for co-upresse I air in the
foundry in albhtion to crtiei anl
hoists, which are bein;- introluoett
everywhere, is in providiu.- a samrl
blast for the cleaning of caiting
A railroad train was recently
stopped near Rheims, Franc?, by th
number of caterpillars th:tt fell oa tht
railway. The rails grew to.) st)
and slippery for the whecis to aiher.
until cinders were thrown on them.
The German Govern:ieit h:as o le: 1
a prite of S75) for a system by whic.
"the indicatious of the c:>mpvis-ear 1
of a ship's coinp)ass sh-fll h auto:nm itt
ally transmitte I to another locatiou iu
the ship ia su-li a manuer th-it t'r.
ship may be steered."
The recent alarming im.rtlity
among the French sold iens in the g tr
rison at Vitre, which was first acrib I
to the use of damage.1 canue.1 frail
from the United States, turne-l out t
be tetanus or cerebro-spiuial fever re
suiting from overerowding
Professor Max Muller asks foi
money to photograph the inscription
of the Kutho Daw, in Barmnab, a co.
lection of over seven hundred te:nles
each containing a white marble s4at
on which part of the Tripitaka, th
great Buddhist Bible, is engravel.
A nautical bicyle has been invente
by a Sp:iuiard. The machine is com
posed of two eases of steel, which serv
as floats and are connected by crost
bars. In the space between the two
and near the stern, is a pa ile-whee
cperated by pedals so:nethin , like
bic ecle. The speed is about six mile
Intelligence received in Berlin fron
St. Petersburg states that the Kirghiz,
sent by the Russian Government t<
the 1'tmirs to settle there, comprisq
At West Rokport, Me., Danie
Andrews, who is ninety-six, recentl~
helpe 1 to string 203 rods of wire
kence over Spruce Mountain.
Takes at Horns.
?,ioElree's Wine of Cardut relieves the atos1
endured by many women month after me'nti
in modest silence. It is recommended b:
many physicians as the most effect ive remned:
known for painful monstrnatio'n. The treat
ment can be adopted in the privacy of homea
without submittan.: to bmmliating examina
tions or consulting a doctor.
Mrs. WV. L. Mitchell, of Pratt Mines, A's.
writes: "For the pat six months I have suf
feredl awful pains at the time of my monthl:
periods. A few months a-;o my husband go1
me some MdcEiree's Wine of Cardul. Sinc<
using that I laaven't felt a pain. I can't giv
It all the praise it shou'd have."
J. WV. Follard. Pleasant Ridge. Miss., says
*MicElreo's Wine of Cardui cured a; wife
aftter four doctors had failed."
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fc
ay ,case of Catarrh that cannot be cured '1
Ha Cs(atarrh Cure.
.F. J. CHsNEY & Co.. Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Ci
ney for the last 15 years. and believe him pe:
fectly honorable in all business transactios
and financially able to carry out any obl.gi
ti'n mvle by t heir firm.
Wssr &.TaUAx, Wholesale Druggists, Toled<
WArLDrso, KrNN'Ay & MJAnZr, Wholesal
D Iruggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hlall's (Catarrh Cure i. taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price, 5c. per bottle. Sole
by all Dru;ists. Testimonials free.
,A Prominent Doctor Speaks.
He is not talk ir about medical ethics, quit
the contrary. The scientist is eager to gras
trnth in whatever tield it may be found, an
the fact that Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy is
merit'rious calls forth from him a testimt
"Chipley, Ga.. August 4. 1894..--Dr. C. 0. T:
ner, Atlanta, Ga.: Ithink it is due you that
should say that Tyner's Dyspepsia Remned
has done for me'. more than all other prepare
tions that I have tried. I think it is a valtu
ble remedy for chronic dyspepsiaL and inti
gestion. ltlhascured mec. I hope you may b
able tocuire idl dyspeptics. They are legion.
Dn. Q. T. PrPRsFELL."
Parker's Ginger Tonic is Popular
for good work. Suffering. sleepless. nervon
women fin~d nothing so soothing and revivin.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for childres
teething, softens the game, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain. etr's wind cl in. 25c. a b~ottle,
Piso's Cure for Consumption relieves th
mast obstinate coughs.-Rev. D. Bcc
NUF.LLx~n, Lexington, MIo., Feb. ?A, 1894.
-Manifests itself in hives, pimples, boils and
other eruptions which disfigure the face and:
cause pain and annoyance. Dy purifying
the blood Hood's Sarsaparilla completell
cures these troubles and clears the skin,
Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired,
drowsy feeling so general at this season and
gives strength and vigor. Remember
Is the only true blood purifier prominent
ly in the public eye today. $1; six for $5.
Kooj9 P"1 Wur baita coipa
ASK Y'OUR DRUGiSiT FOR
* THE BEST *
Dyspe ptic,Delicate,Infirm and
* .'0IN CARI.E & SONS, New' York.
Mat Mrh ayraat aste GOOcL Use~
M;WS AND NOTES FOR WOM-EN.
The Empress of Germany is making
quite a reputation as an after-dinner
Everything i'; the toque or capote,
and there are no strings even to the
Plaids are growing in favor. The
Rob Ro-, Victoria and Gordon are
the best liked.
Princess H'lene, who recently mar
riel the Duke of Aosta, is an enthu
Miss Emily Faithfil darinz the lat
ter vears of her life smke c eigarettes
inessantly for nervousnes,.
There are said to b, 20) women in
Nes York City who go to Europe
twice a year to buy their dresses.
Labouchere, of London Truth, pro
gressive in most matters, is opposed
to the use of the bicycle by women.
Twenty-three per cent. of the par
ticipatets in the recent celebratious of
the Goethe Society in Germany were
Florence, Italy, is rejoicing in the
visitation of a party of fifty American
voung women who have settled at San
Donato and go sketching in a body.
Pupils in the Chicago Art Institute
design Inc- handkerchiefs, buckles,
combs an-d calendars, as well as wall
papers, rugs, iron lasmps, fireplaces
Blouse waists of finely stripe-I wash
ing silks, with turn-over collars of
lawn or white silk edged with lace, are
the coolest things possible and dainty
to look upon.
La-ly Lytton. widow of the author
of "Lucille," who has just received an
appointnient in the British royal
household, is said to be in quito re
duce I cireumstanc<-.
The first American woman to ocen
pv a professor's chair in a coed uca
tional institution as Helen C. Mor
gan, who was made Professor of Latin
at Fisk University in 186.
Paris may evolve another Marie
Bashkirtseff fever out of the sad case
of Motoysi Savian, a young Japanese
poet who has just died in poverty and
neglect in one of her h->spitals.
Those who have seen her say the
Queen of Madagascar is the handsom
est of crowned women. She dresses
in abominable taste, and dresses her
self overlavishingly with jewels.
The first woman elected Miyor over
a borough included within the domin
ion of the British Empire was Mrs.
Yates, of Onehunga, New Zealand.
She was elected in January, 1891.
Mother Mary Gouzaga, who is said
to be the oldest sister of charity in
the United States, celebrated the
sixty-ninth anniversary of her initi
ation into the order at Philadelnhia
Japanese women never discuss their
I servants. To do so would be contrary
to Japanese etiquette. They may talk
of dress,'the theatre, the music, and
the rest, but tribulations must not be
The number of women studying at
thme University of Geneva is constantly
on the increase. This year 128, or
't wenty-five per cent. of alt the stu
dents are women, most of them Rus
sians or Poles.
Sir IHenry Irving says that English
-women are singularly undemonstra
tiv-e. Although women admire him
;reatly and often form the larger part
of his audiences, he gets his applause
ahnost entirely from the maen.
Amelia Sternecher has invente 1 a
'fender for trolley cars which will be
given a trial by the San Francisco
e-lectric railways. She is balseventeen
years of age, but has harLl a passion
for machinery since her early child
SMIle. Mario Lafargue, who han
scored such a birilhant operatic sue
eess in Londlon, was discovered in I he
Batsquie provinces by Comtes~e do la
H lochefoncanl. who sent her to the
Paris Conservatory, where she won
'the first prize.
Long as she has' been an Enmglish
-woman, the Princess of Wales has
never quite mastered the English ac
eent, She cannot manage the letter
"r," and "channel." she pronounces
e"'hannel," besides other little foreign
SThe earrings worn by italian women
indicate the part of italy the wearers
come from; the longer the earrings
the further south the women come
from. In the extr-eme south most of
the earrings hang close to the shoul
ders; in the far north they are quite
A prize of fifty gold dlollars, offered
by the p)hilosophy and science depart
-ment of the Chicago Womnen's Club
for original investigation by women
studens in the University of Chicazo,
has not been awardedt this year, the
work submitted being not up to the
Miss Ratnsey, the young lady who
has gainied a fitst class in the moral
scieuce-s tripoes atCarmibridge, England,
is a cousin to Mrs. Montagu utler,
the wvife of the: Ma'ter of Trinity, a
hidyl who in IS8S7 took hiighe- honor.4
in clasics than any male student
achieved in her year.
T4 the' cities oif -Japanm there is a
hl:-;e chw;i of women who mn'ke their
iving by- furnishinmg atmmusemeint to
ennie' female patrons. Thylc are
well ednecatedi, cIan euverse, recite
poetry, tell stories, sing songs, play
time giutar anid dance for the enter
tainmnent of those who send for them.
Tacoma, Wah. claims the only
woman Custonm House broker on the
Northern Pacilic coast. .She is Miss
Fiortuce U. Moffat, daughter oif a
steamboat captain, and is said to b~e
actively interestedl in shipping inter
ests and to ktiw more on matters of
transportation and commerce than
many men in the business.
The lady upon whonm the great Cay
enidish bestowed the prind title of
"Queen of American Whist Players,"
Mliss Kate 1. Wheelock, is a Milwau
keen-a: petite, lascinating woman,
engagmig ini m-nuer and intellectual
Pin appearance. She has been playing
whist for itteen years and teaching
the game for ten years.
At ai uieetinig the other even ing ini
Loindon of the Ilealthmy an-l Art stic
Dress Association several of the women
iresent wore a costumie of jacket,
hrt petticoat reaching to the knees.
and sandals instead of shoes. In this
gar the ook like old woodcuts of
Captain Kiad. A Mrs. Relsey urged
all her sisters to wear knickerbockers,
notwithstanding the taunts of their
Princess Maud, of England, lately
appeared in Battersea Park mounted
on a balloon-tired "safetv." The
Duchess of Connatight, being yet
a learner, prefers to take her daily
practice for the present in the seclud
ed walks of Buckingham Palace gar
dens. Meantime the Marchioness of
Londonderry, Lady Brassey, and the
Princess Henry, of Pless, rank among
the most graceful and expert of rid
Suspicion shall be all stne full of
After victory strap the helmet
A pretty woman is never qits wita
The mortal who expects bad luck
will get it.
Cast no dirt into the well that gives
All powerful soulshive kindred with
Happy is the man who sees his folly
in his youth.
About the hardest thing to reform
is a reformer.
Have but few friends, though much
Many a corn may lurk behind a
A woman's tact will buy more thfin
a man's dollar.
One cannot sell the cow an-1 have
the milk, too.
Charity begins at home, but should
not end there.
Little sticks kindle a fire, but great
ones put it out.
To see once is better than to hear a
Get a name ta rise early and you
may lie all day.
Lead others, not byviolence, but by
law and equity.
In temperance there is ever cleanli
ness and elegance.
Through green eyeglasses every
thing looks green.
A kind voice is to the heart what
light is to the eye.
Nothing makes us rich that does not
also make us grateful.
If a sick man did not die, it's the
physician who cured him.
Not every woman is glad she is
wife, albeit the world doesn't know it.
When a woman is firm in her con
victions it isn't wise to call her stab
The eye can lie more in a minute
than the tongue can correct in a
Some people's fine clothes are no
more than the pretty label on the
When a man has more money than
he knows what to do with, he very
soon learns what.
It takes less courage to marry a
woman than it does to be a haab.nl1
to her afterwards.
Value of a 311nn'ec.
Napoleon, who knew the value of
time, remarked that it was the quarter
hours that won battles. The value of
minutes has been often recognized,
and any person watching a railway
clerk handing out tickets and change
during the last few minutes available
must have been struck with how muchl
could be done in these snort periods
At the appointsd hour the train
starts andl by and by is carrying pa';
sengers at tbe rate of sixty miles an
hour. In a second you are carried
twenty-nine yards. In one twenty
ninth part of a second yon pass over
one yard. Now, one yard is quite an
appreciable distance, but one twenty
ninth of a second is a period which
cannot be appreciated.
Yet it is when we come to planetary
and stellar motions that the notion of
the infinite divisibility of time dawns
upon us in a newv light. It would seem
that no portion of time, however mi
croscopic, is unavailable. Nature can
perform p)rodigies, not certainly in
less than no tune, but in portions of it
so minute as to be altogether incon
ceivale. The earth revolves on her
axis in twenty-four hours. At the
equator her circumference is 25,000
miles. Hence, in that part of the
earth a person is being carried east
ward at the rate of 509 yards per
second---that is the moving over a
yard, whose length is conceivable, mn
the period of one five, hundred andl
ninth part of a second, of which we
can have no conception at all.
Ent more, the orbital motion of the
earth round the sun causes the former
to perform a revolution of nearly 603,
00,000 miles in a year, or somewhat
less than 70,000 miles an hour, which
is more than 1000 miles in a minute.
Here, then, our second carries us the
long distance of about nineteen miles.
The mighty balm thus flies about a mile
in the nineteenth part of a second.
M arriage Rin.;s .iay lie Any Material.
There is a popuir idea that a ring
made of gold is thme onily one that can
be legally used in a wedding cere
mony. This is, however, a fallacy.
Any and every kind of ring may be
used, and though gold ones are cns
tomary, there is no reason whatever
why silver or any commoner metal
should not be called into requisition.
Numerous instances are on record of
runaway marriage in which a brass
ring has played the all-important part,
and the legality of the ceremony has
never been questioned. In some cases
a piece of hurriedly tied string has
answered the same purpose, as have
alo -arcles ent ,wit of "ard-~*
A Siurvivor ol Waterloo.
Baillot, the oldest of the three
French survivors of the battl, of
WVaterloo, lives at Cariser, an th~ l e
partment of the Yonne, w here he was
born in 1793. Exc-Pting his deaf
ness, he is still in as .' 1 hea~lh as
ever, and is full of anrI"e.!-,te of the
e up)aignin '.ayI iu Lxer.nan." . H e
waLs strick with the sabre of no e
lish dragoon at Waterloo, buti~ it faLil
to cut through his shako, which was
stuffedl with brushes, iees of brea-d
and man other article5-New York
M1E MERRY S[IDE OF LIFE
STORIES THAT ARE TOLD BY THE
FUNNY MEN OF THE PRESS.
Just the Thing-What They Get-De
lected a Derisive Tone - ie
Wouldn't Promise, Etc., Etc.
When I proposed she did not blush,
And not one word she said:
The maiden did not tell me yes
She simply shook her head.
She simnly shook her head, and yet
No m'n'in all the town
Coull be more pleased than I was. fu:
She shook it ip and dewn.
DETECTED A DERISIVE TONE.
Friend (reading)-"So this is one of
your jokes, is it? Ha, ha. ha!"
Hnmorist (testily)-"Well, whit are
you lnughing at? Ain't it a gool one?"
WHAT THEY oET.
Teacher-"If sixty men work sixty
clays nt sixty cents a day, what do they
Boy-"Get mad 'nough to strike, I
guess."--New York Weekly.
IM. WOULDN'T PROMISE.
She-"Can you keep a secret?"
HIe-"Well, it lepends a goo I deal
rn how rough the weather's going to
be. Jt's hard to tell what a fellow can
keep on board ship."-Truth.
HER FIRST THOUGHT.
-Doctor -"Madam, I much regret to
say that your husband has appeu
Wife--"Now I know where all my
raisins have gone. "-Truth.
"You think Colonel Wigley is likely
to succeed as a politician?"
"Succeed? Why, man, he's already
got to the point where they're burn
ing him in efliy."-Rockland Tri
I MILLION SAVED 13 A MILLION MADr.
First Millionire-"Did yors make
anything by the rise in oil?"
Second Millionaire-"Only a hin.
First Millionaire--"Well, every liL
ON THE SAFE SIDE.
Tulate-"You ought to get your
new building insured, right away."
Mudanbricks-".it is fireproof."
Tudate-"Yes, I know ; thecompany
I represent insures it against falling
Mistress-"I don't know what I'll
o. The cat is always jumping on the
ofa and I can't keep her off."
Bridget- "Smear paint on it, ma'am.
All cats does hate the shmell av paint."
A SHORT cUT TO wEALTII.
Young Hlusband-"You never sug
gest an economical idea."
Young Wife-"Yes, I do! I sug
gested that we should buy a pug to eat
the scraps we throw away, and you
laughed at me."-Pnek.
RESULT OF OBSERvATION.
"I think I will rent myself out to
old maids as a husband-compeller,"
"Old maids havec't any husbands,"
"I mean to procure husbandsi for
them," expiained Bachellecr.
"How can you do it?" asked Hlarke.
''By paying attention to them,"
sady replied BUaChellecr. "'ve
noticed that every girl to whom l'v-e
e er been attentive has married some
ody else. "- Hlarp~er's Bazar.
rUE TO ulIs WOnD.
Jack Ford---'-When I let Frank Fer
ris have that five dollare, he sai 1 he
couldn't pay mec for a week or ten
Tom Do Witt---"And how long ago
was that ?"
Jack Ford- -"About three months."
Tom De Wit t -"Well, Frank niay be~
hard up, but at all events lhe's uno liar."
Bingo (sternly) --"Bobbie, Mrs.
Slimson next door says you tied a can
non cracker to her dog's tail this morn
ing and he huasn't been reenl since.
Now, sir, I'd like to know what youz
gain by such counuc ?"
Boble-"I gained a dollar bill from
* IN CAsE OF FEIF.GENcY.
'There, thank goo:lnese, my steamer
dress is linished,' said Mrs. Cassai
"What, thant thing? Those sleeves
will be frightfully uncomfortable.
They arc as big as those on a ball
"I. know; and if the steamer sinks
they'll keep mec afloat. "-Harper's
Jtsr TAKlING A FLYER.
The last word had been said, con
gratulations spoken, and the Chicaigo
wedding guests were ilown. Down in
the refreshment room the bridegrom:u
Count was drinking healths to him
'"Well," said the father of t he Count,
"the thing ap~pears to 1)e handsomely
"Oh, toler'ble," assented the father
of thbe heiress bride.
The father of the Count flushed
'You do not appear to be impressed
with ti hle dignity of the occasion,' lhe
aid, "the granideur of the Old World
family with which your daughter has
efeted this alliance."
Mr. llagmiet shook his head.
"You see, lihe said, knocking his
cigar ashes on the carpet "I've been
in these something-for-nothing deals
before. "---Rockland Tribune.
A rREclofl- nEcoLLEeTION.
A strange-r who was .walking through
JTackson Park the other day and not
ing the chan'ges that time and the
South Park Commissioners are gradiu
ally making in that hiistorie~ localit~y
was observed to stop under one of the
trees, glance at the Wooded Island,
equint at the stabne of thbe Republbe ini
the distance, and carefully examine
Then lie slowly nodded his nead sev
ral time::. euittei a sigh, and softiy
m'idl to a bttandler :
'I shall always look upon this spot
rdhere I n'w ai. ]n 'jg now as the <kar
.-A Sp.Ot onl ea'rth."'
"It was her-, perhapl," ventured
the other, "that you met the votng
bily to whom---to whom you were a f
"It was here,' said the stranger,
,rea]uily, '"that I paid :4.75 for a
owl of cold soup, a piece of asbestos
beefsteak, iL :aif of baker's bread and
four swallows of coffee. ---Chicago
HJOUSEIIOLI A-FTF- 1:.
ELUEINGr THAT IN 5ATISFeT)T.
On. ounce of the very ie:t Pri'sol'.
ht in m powder, ha!f au otu .'-l Lie
tidi] ; put these in a two-quart p -u-r.
eour nearly lull of boiling (-oft'
vater, stir well ; when cool ut i'O
sottles for use. The common blue
will not answer.-New York WorlN. 0
TO KE~EP COLD) WAT-IM.
To get ice cold water in plb
yhere there is no ice, wrap ai j,- or p
,otimon earthenware in wet fiaite,
laving no place exposed to the air ;
lace it, filled with water, in ai o,):i
vindow exposed to all the air ther.- is.
Keep the flannel wet; in an hour the
-ontents of that jag will be tliod" as
2ool as if they had bee, iced.
PR WESvs THlE Coltor OF JAI. 0
To preserve the color of the jam11, bi
boil the fruit for a few nijuntes lby it- 1i
elf before adding the sizar, being b
-iarefuil, however, not to let it get s'
thick ats to prevent the scum rising or
the sugar from melting pioperly. Try
this recipe: Cut the tops and tails
off the gooseberries, weigh them, then Ce
pnt 'Ltiemi in the preserving puftU t
bruise them a very little with a clean
or new wooden spoon, and let them e
boil quickly for six or seven minutes.
turning them well all the time; now :
add the sugar (in the proportion or '
two and a half pounds of powdered
sugar to every three pounds of gcose
berries), and boil the jam quickly for r
three-quarters of an hour, stirring it 1'
careflly, and skimning it most p*- t
ticularly. The sugar shou1ld beadde1
gradually and well mixel in to ensure a
its melting thoroughly ; but once this
is effected, it can scarcely boil toai N
fast. Properly made, the col'- of this
preservo will b3 preservej. --New
York Telegram. 1
HOW TO MAKE ATRI OF 1o3E.
Use the fragrant petals of flowers
of the sa-ue season. Roses and jILS.
mine, with a smail quantit7 of sweet
brier and mignonette, make a nic,
mixture. There must be a greater
quantity of rose leaves than of all the
Spread the petals on a layer of cot
ton which has been dipped in the
finest Florence or -Lucca oil, and
sprinkle over thema a little fine salt.
Lhiy on another sheet of cotton, andi
adl petals and salt as before; repeat
this, with a layer of the oiled cotton
etween each layer of petals, until you
have filled a china b)owl or a wide
mouthed jar. Tie a bladder closely
over all, and place the vessel in thle
sun ; if under a garden forcing glass,
all the better.
In about fifteen days remove the
bladder and squeeze the cotton aul u
p~etls, when a fragrant oil wilt be ex- a
p~ressed resembling th~e hiigh-prigte j
attar of roses sohl lby druggists. -.ni
bottle into which this oil is sqi eze I
must be corked u~p immediately. A - e
bottle with a glass stoppe)r is b~~ for r
the prpose If cork is uised te a
iieei of bladder over it.-St. Lyais
Iam Toast -Minee fi ne some cooke]
ham with an anchovy bonedI and
wasedl, add two beaten egg, a littl'
cayennte andi pJonluded maeeO anl sulIi
ient milk to make all moist; make it
quite hot aud serve Onl toast.
Fricasseed Eggs-Slice live halrl
bikl eggs. TaLke one cliy of stock
se'ionled with pepper and salt. Bro-vn
someli stale bread in a Iuuttored fryilu;
pa. Ihcat the gravy onL the lir.', put
the eggs in mielted butter and roll in1
flor. P'at them in the hot gravy
and let them &get hot. Iy the eg s
m a dish on1 thle friedl brea I and pnr
tle gravy over.
Vegetable Sop -Boil twopondis of
beef un-i when quite done take it uip
n hiav asidet for :-upper. Strainu the
lgor ini which it waLs boile-I. (le-in
iiel waushI one cairrot, (-t S-n dl y, tr;
in len.;thw ise striplS~ to resemble1
loOlles, pnit it e -lui)r aud' h-u
till tendler. Ell a nibei tou:n it') :i' (
some para-ley -iud serve with erontonH.
Eu'lish Fruit 'airt --aLke wvithu:tt
anh undlier crnst. Fill a ;hadlo Il endti
ding dish withl one an 1 onl, hilf pints
of seeded chierries ; sprinkle witi'i o
cu of sulgar an11 one taLe onul ori f
oir. M-Lke ai rieh ipie ernist au I roll
ot a little larger thinu .he top >) the
dish, but of the same sh tpe. I'rick it
with a lork an.I spreaL ever tht to;
of the cherries, tutrning it in at thl I
edges. lBake aibout an! hone11 ini a
m ioderately hlot ovenI. Thet En di
sprinkle sugair over the t irt before 10
is rouht to the tale.
Rost Shoulder of Veil With Po:i
toes-Remote the b .ne fromi ihe
shoulder of ve d with t en11 tiill:.;
throgh the~ outer skin, anl till the~
cvity wiithi sl iced p)otatIes ani 1oniOlns
and season with salt all I pepper ; .:e-V
aid putt theu shouller inI shL Ie.Plz
in ILa bain, llpan withi th bns u 1 i er
it, nld browu gqniekly in aL ho~ t iie.
Tie seaoni with s-dtl andi pepp) r,
dreulge with floar an t bist- wit i the
drppngs~ 11. the piln. A hon h111ore
the eal iis done ad-d aL uoen mt - i1n
sized p)otitoes5 an I pit them iuto th
pan witi the mllt. Whien thut ve':d i
done arrainge theimromli it on the"
pa nttr ; mlike a gr-avey ont of thle
drippin s inl tile pani aind serve ini a
A iaoleonic Rlelic at the Paris Fatir.
A French eng~ineer, M1. E luri
Gnas, has conceived the ide'i of repr<
d'cing the hlistoric huou-e of Long
wood in which Napoleon lived at St.
Hlena ais an attraet tin din~~g the ex
h ibiton of 19@I. Thie hlouse, whiieb,
according to his sehlellw, willibe anu
xact copy of the original, will lbe sur
ouided '>y pa:uoramlic caCLvases rep re
snting the naitural suirroundinigs.
New York Post.
Hiighest of all in Leavening POWCL
A tngibg EeterI
&oMe th ago r. Arthur James
four, whose manner suggests an
minaay that his character belies,
de some remarks in the house that
raged some of the members Dr.
nuer was especially vociferous in
Idenunoimion of Mr. Balfour, and
s foreed to apologize therefor by
speakar. After making the apology
brought down the house by ad
g; "At leas the right honorable
rtleman will have to admit that on
s ooeasion he ws somewhat less
yike thun unnaL"-Detroit Free
lsh Way ot Expressing Gratitude
In Buffalo, N. Y., the other day, a
ae whose life was saved by Alderman
gn Sheehan expressed his grateful
=s to the Alderman by calling at his
[sa of business and offering his res
er one of his baby sons. The Alder
an declined tho proffered gift with
anks. The Pole said thait wac the
ly way he could fittingly express
i3 grelitude, but the Alderman was
rm, and the grateful man returned
me with his infant son.
They Care tbe Cause.
West of the discomfori in life comes from the
mach. You'll admit that without argu
nt. The proof is in your own stonrach.
A great many seemingly different diseases
ome fromi the common cause-a disordered
mach. Coming from one cause, it is natur
that they sh'uld all be cured by one medi.
e. Riipnrs Tahules not only c".re the dis
e.c-they cure t he c:tu-e.
They are good for dyipeps'a, bilousneas,
Ddache, von-tipition. dizziness and all
Oubyes of the btemach, liver and bowels.
uggists sell them.
ToLacco Tattered and Torn.
Every 6ay w6 ir.eet tho man with shabliy
1 he., sallo w skin and shambling footsteps,
!ding out a tobaceo-palsied hand for the
ri;y quarter. Tobacco destroys manhood
d the happiness of perfect vitality. No
-.Bac is guaraniced to cura just such eases,
id it's charity to make them try. Sold
14der gnarantee to euro by Druggists every
here. Book free. A". Sterling Remedy Co.,
:w York City or Chicago.
'eiterino cures the ltfh in its worse form.
r hands have been tro:bled with Camp
,i. an i where it was properly applied, Ias
, tiied .o -,:ive reli: f. ronn & D lvs.
it bh mail for 5se. in stamps. J. T. Shun
ine. Savan n'ah. Ga
'at a Sense of RelIef it is to Know
vonhve no 'orn. Hindercornsremoves
n, and is cm forti. 15z. at dr-;:;ists.
San Salvador was declared under martial
LW, a mob tilling the streets shouting:
Dath to Guterre-z and Castellanos!"
.AIR SAILING through life for the person
o keeps in health. With a torpid hiver
nd the impure blood that follows it, you
ec an easy prey to all sorts of ailments.
hat "used-up " feeling is the first warning
iat your liver isn't doing its work.
That is the time to take Dr. Pierce's Gold
Medical Discovery. As an appetizing.
:storativc tonic, to repel disease and build
p the needed flesh and strength, there's
othing to equal it. It rouses every organ
ito healthful action, px'rifles and enriches
ec blood, braces up the whole system, and
stores health and vigor.
(4 ;. bright
4/ *>later, h<
back or objection to
lisproved, a thou- 1i
omen arc usmng
ife of thiem, who JIJ
saves by it. Manu
6 The One (
of farming gradually exhausts the
high percentage of Potash is us<
larger bank account can only then
SWrite for our "Farmers' Guid
is brim full of useful information fc
- wll make and save you money.
- - GERMA3
Yes, it's read
~~Sent by mail on' Ther(
receipt of io cents in all over
postage stamps or Chlalls,
JOHN P. LOVELL
-Lates U.S& GoA' Repor
Accurate -Ztre ror Bogas ems.
An accurate scientifno method hbel
been discovered for distinguishing:
precious gems from fraudulent imita
tions, It is known that scales, how
ever delicately constructed, are not
always reliable. The new method aft
sists in floating the stone to be testal
in a very dense liquid. Several liquid
used in the experiments are more;
than three and a nalf times as dense
as water. The liquids are not corro
sire or in any way dangerous
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its. kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt ha
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50
cent bettles by all leading drug
gists. .&ny reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. 0o not accept any
CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILE, OY. NEW YORK A.
Maxirs new cavalry gun, which
fires 700 shots a minute, weighs but
A nicely articulated skceleton of a
man can be bought for $40, whereas a
woman's costs 310 more.
JOHNSqONS CHILL AND FEVEE TONIC
Cotat you 5) cents a bottle if it cres yU
and not ge e nt unltr it does.
1..,. Chills and Fever.
3. TsN U.---33.
quetion ofrg Ft ime
you uin ealine S.i
to . NI eeasl fever
woabbi n emusttsee, si.ooner or~U
>w muc B aier and quickea r and(,
better ICe, and eeonoic h at is
You can' scahinkes of an draw
it that h atben metand
sand tisone.Mln of m
yorugPearline. s somet
ouss it ghtly how muc er
wroma Systseem onro
:d. u B e sier an eteusickern an
betpetead mr cnmcli
it tharest wilasn't reee and_
ussi rAI ghK,93Ns tly , w mucork.
yocur tead onlon J stayl.nY
NOW.ete crops, ewsol and
g fua of-pg illustios an beok. -
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