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tor their milch
present in the
and thai as long
lhey cannot pro
\m:\k thai is required
nance. They claim
tiffs, such as brkti.
peanut hulls, and
beirg sold here
Tempts to escape
within the past
rho was awaiting
^mi on a charge of
m that institution
ifT Wood wen? to
1 lenry. who Wal
id j<t' the stairway
stepped out as
i ! around the cages.
?i in hiding on Mas
his home being in
tody, of Petersburg,
lecond Battalion ol
| anointed the following
\ t\ non-commissioned
l/oberts, Clifton Forge,
d adjutant ; J. I>. Bo
lieutenant and -ur
>r dredging Pagan
at tin1 rate of 10
is in charge of
a draggisl ?it Snell
fk'orfolk, was bailed in
trial, charged with
Llenry I,. Myers, an
,e men are neigh
slid Onley road
?r. of Madison
"stern road ?
lc of" the lllue Ridge
hinjVjas speeding aast
J(i obstruction which.
upon the track by
Ire preparing for the
p! the road No flag
fd been put out to pro
:rains, and the wrecked
obstruction before the
,liis danger. This fa?
in! lie had made since
h and General Su?
es, of the Norfolk
>ad, were in Norfolk
the proposed new
at Lamberts Point.
[e mtract for 2,ooo.ooc
projected coal piei
ton <!v Co
^r> old, a re?
many years ago
Hit at Smithfield
:lf through the
)st a box of dry
\ter the Old Do
Tany's line and
?) ;t the company
J ? company lo
jT^r. and found it
if prosecution in
d 15 years, was
'd by the acci
in while he was
of his grand
thatBristol is to
of iHc Southern
r"a. ) capi
impany's "Weekly Re?
view of Trade" s.?y< :
"Trade reports arc less uniformly fa?
ir, but adverse factors are of a
temporary nature, and the net results
for the werk is satisfactory.
'Numerous strikes have occurred, ex
t rting the customary pernicious influence
over business, and the epidemic of yel?
low fever is restricting Southern trade.
Sa the other hand, thermal conditions
have facilitated retail trade, crop proj?
ects have greatly improved, and out-of
! town buyers are numerous in all the
Iron furnaces and steel mills make
progress, but less rapidly. Lumber mills
and dealers arc having an exceptionally
busy season. Railway earnings in July
7-4 per cent, greater than in the
sama month last year.
"Little change has occurred in the fi?
nancial situation, rates ruling easy, while
Brices of securities have risen close to
??oint on record.
iron and steel imhss
than was antici
August, 83@83>i; September, W/iln
83#; December, 86^(o1?6>? ; steamei
No. 2 red, 77r"77xi\ receipts. 70,267
bushels; new Southern by sample. $o'a
8l : new Southern on grade. 7\?<i*\' ..
CORN' Easier; spot. 60 \ug
ust, 6o@6ofj; September, 59' yiyt^x.
year, 49' ?@49f?; January, 49^40'; ;
steamer mixed. 57VS@57f$; receipts, 16,
145 bushels; Southern white corn, sryir.
60; Southern yellow corn, 50@63$4.
OATS Unsettled; old No. 2 white,
&34H1 old No. 2 mixed, 31*>i@
Mf?; receipts, 19.035 bushels.
KVIC? Steady (uptown); No. 2 West
11A V? Easier; old No. 1 timothy,
i5-OO@i5.50; old No. 1 clover mixed.
Bt TTKR?Steady, unchanged; fancy
imitation. 17(r/ 1S ; fancy creamery. 21!
'1122: fancy ladle, \dCa\7 ; store-packed.
CHEESE?Finn, unchanged; large.
ii'j; medium, iif.j; small. 12.
SUGAR ? Firm, unchanged; coarse
granulated. 5.45 ; fine, 5.45.
New York. ? RYE?Dull; No. 2
Western, "t asked c. i f. New York. .
WHEAT?Receipts, 2,000 bushels.
easy; No. 2 red, 88 elevator; No.
I red, So'-a t O. b. afloat: No. 1 North?
ern Duluth, 1.15?4 f- o. b. afloat
CORN?Receipts, 58.125 bushels; ex?
ports, 130,004 bushels. Spot, easy; No.
2. 01'4 elevator and 61*4 f- o. b. afloat;
No. 2 yellow, ?i'j; No. 2 white, 62.
OATS?Receipts. 33,000 bushels; ex?
ports, I.OQ5 bushels. Spot market, quiet:
rrfixed oats, 26 to 32 pounds, 32j4@33;
natural white. .;o to 32 pounds. 35^7
3614 ; clipped white, 36 to 40 pounds, 3;
BUTTER?Easier ; receipts, 9.466;
Street price, extra creamery, 2iJ^@21^?;
official prices unchanged.
CHEESE ? Quiet, unchanged; re?
ce i pt<, 1,171 ; weekly exports, 2.020
EGGS?Firm? unchanged; receipts
POULTRY ?Alive, quiet; Western
chickens, 14: fowls, 13; turkeys, 13;
dtessed, easy; Western chickens, I4@
16; fowls. 14; turkeys, n(b* 17.
RY KFLOl'R?Steady; fair to good.
M5@4*5<>? choice to fancy. 4.50(^4.85.
CORN MEAL?Steady; fine white and
yellow, 130; coarse, email@example.com; kiln
HAY?Firm; shipping, 60(0/65; good
to choice 85(0)90.
111 DICS - Firm ; Galveston, 20; Califor?
nia, 19; Texas, dry, 18;^.
POTATOES?Easy; Long Island.
I.firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern, i.oo?a?.50; Jersey
PEANUTS?Quiet; fancy hand-pick?
ed. i;Vii'.|', other domestic, 3@Sl/j.
CABBAGE?Easy; Long Island, per
New Vork?BEEVES?Dressed beef,
slow at 7(09. Exports. 930 head beeves
nul 6,(kx? quarters of beef.
CALVES?No trading of importance;
feeling steady; city dressed veals, slow
at S'012; country dressed, steady at 5
>n 10' ...
SI 1 F.F.P AND LAMBS?Sheep dull
and 15(0251.. lower; good lambs, about
steady ; common and medium moving
more freely at a decline of 25(^350.
About all sold. ?Sheep sold at 3.oo@
4.50; culls. 2.50; lambs, 5-75@7-4o;
dressed mutton, weak at 6^@9; dressed
lambs, lower at 8@Il)4.
Chicago.?CATTLE?Market, steady ;
good to prime steers, 5.25(0)5.90; poor
to m?dium; 3"5C'i5?o; stockers and
feeders, 2.25^/4.25; cows, 2.40^4.60 ;
heifers* 2.25.0 5.00; caancrs, 1.25(^2.40;
hulls, 2.40^:4.00; calves, 3.oo@7-00;
Texas-fed steers, 3.60^4.75
MUCH IN MTTLR.
The "labor mafia" in Chicago has sent
.1 death notice to Robert Norcn, treas?
urer of the Chicago Federation of Labor
Official statistics show that the area
i >wn with wheat in Great Britain ii
1.375.281 acres, the smallest area ever
Persia has asked Russia to send sugat
experts to examine ihe possibility o?
the cultivation of beet root in Persia, and
of the establishment o? refineries there.
A Russian Commission Will accordingly
leave for Persia at the end of August.
The very small proportion of owners
to the total number of tillers of the
soil is generally believed to be one of
the greatest dia*vbacks to the Bri'.i?h
agricultural ?ndcttty, and the extension
of the Irish laud-purchase scheme to
the other parts of the kingdom is urged
as a remedy by persons who have stud?
ied the subject.
la a ea<c coming up on appeal, the
Supreme Court of the German Empire
has decided that the use of fi-h ?singlas?
dissolved in tariaric acid to clarify wine
ii not permissible and Ly subject 10
penalty. Wine lims treated is ?O l>e con
red a du he 1 a ted on accou.it of the
JWffim U?- NhVV VUKH
* * * * *
New York <'itt. N. Y.
William Dayton instantly killed, oth?
ers of Hook and Ladder Company No.
3 narrowly escaped, a motorman arrest?
ed and a small boy charged with caus?
ing it all is the story of excitement
in First avenue, at the intersection o?
Seventh street. Frank Hand. 18 years
old. wanted to see the fire engines coaat
and turned in a false alarm. Christian
Kesiuunn motorman of a Seventh street
?:ar, failed to stop according to rules and
there was a collision, Dayton being
knocked from hi? place against a pillar,
his brains dashed OUt Both the motor
man and the boy who played the "joke"
are in jail.
4tW **> 40
A remarkable method of earning a
living came to light with the arrest of
Timothy A. Scanlon, charged with cans
?ng the serious Uaaeas of Lillian Obn
eter, 206 FJdridge street, by morphine
poisoning. Moth the man and woman
are in Bellevue Hospital, and it is not
certain that either will recover.
Scanlon, it is learned, has for yean
been earning his living by going from
place to place administering morphine
to victims of the habit who have be?
come too weak to use the hypodermic
William Barber, 58 East Fourth
street, Flatbush, frantically wringing his
hands, stood over the still body of Cor
elius Folcy. whom he had just knocked
n and run over with his automobile,
rgeon rushed up and caught the
ate m.ni's puls?-.
at was a devil of a bump." grin
bley. sitting up.
i*hat !" exclaimed the chauffeur.
I just pretended I was dead la fool
bu," said Foley, gleefully. "I'll sign
off with you for $2. Thanks; that's
the easiest monev I ever made in my
It may have been the hot weather, ot
just the crush. Anyhow, in the excite*
ment of ;i rush for a car at the Man?
hattan end of the Brooklyn Bridge, Rev
hand P.. Linde. 334 East One Hundred
and Fourteenth street, ran in!'? Ld??ar
M. Howell, ?bf) Rycrson street, and How
ell hit him with his fist. An arrest
"If this defendant had smitten you on
the cheek instead of the neck, would
you be guided by the Scriptural or legal
phase of the case?" asked Magistrate
"The legal." replied th?- minister,who
had no relish for turning the other
check, and Howell was fined $1. which
40 40 40
A young woman who, answering a
request to meet a friend on Riverside
drive, went to the place indicated only
to be instantly shot by the man. has
been identified as Delia W. Lyttel, of
Syracuse, by Reginald Smith, of Pater
son. N. J. Smith said he had known
the young woman in Syracuse, and, that
she ?eft there with another woman named
Graham. The wounded pirl refused tfl
admit that Smith was correct. She sent
a note to "Kid" McCoy asking him to
call on her, but so far he has not put
in an appearance. She has persistently
n fused to give the name of the man
who shot her.
-a? -a? 40
Annie O'Shaughncssy. a pretty girl
of 20, is a prisoner in the Hudson Street
Hospital, charged with having attempt
<-d suicide. Disappointment in a love af?
fair is given by Miss O'Shaughne&sy as
the cause for lier act. She told the po?
lie?- that she ?eft her home, at 240 West
(hie Hundred and Twenty-first street,
where she is employed as a servant, de?
termining to end her troubles in the
river. She went down to Chamber?
street, where she boarded a North River
ferryboat. She waited until the boat
had reached a point about 300 feet from
the shore, and then jumped overboard.
Michael Nelson was at work on the
deck of a steam lighter and saw the
girl leap. He jumped into the water
after her and reached lier in time.
With seven cents in his pocket, the
remains, lie said, of a fortune of halt a
million dollars, a man with flowing white
side whiskers appealed to Commissioner
of Charities Henry Sharp at New Ro?
chelle lo be committed to the Westchcs
tcr County iMmshoose.
Tin- old man said In- was J. T. Rape
lee. 82 years old. He WOK a silk hat,
patent leather shoes and frock coat. He
was at one time, he said, a New York
broker and the head oi a house in Wall
Street. Commissioner S'nrp committed
him to the poorhoosc a- he requested,
but sent him to the institution at
Last View in a carriage.
Shot Boy With R:i!e.
Philadelphia (Special).?Frank Craig,
aged IQ years, was shot and killed by
Hugh C.ahagan, aged 4.* years, at Ga
hagan's home. The two had Spent the
night together, and are said to have
been drinking heavily. It is believed
they quarreled, but C.ahagan was unable
to give a coherent afrcount of the trag?
edy. When the police entered the bouSC
they found Gahagan standing over
Craig's body, holding a ride.
Entombed By Landslide.
Winnipeg, Manitoba (Special). ? An
Ashcroft dispatch reports a disastrous
landslide on Thompson River. An In?
dian village was imbedded with its popu?
lation and the river bed was blocked.
Ashcroft is an Indian village, with a
imputation of 500. situated on tin- north
?/cstern portion of the Vale district, Brit?
LIVE WASHINGTON AFFAIRS.
The contract for the construction ol
the new custom-liou.se at San Francisco
'ias l>een awarded to Thomas Butler,
if that city.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
will take steps to increase the minimum
percentage of airbrake- on freight train-.
An army officer will be detailed at St.
John's Colf?ge, Annapolis.
The formal exercises accompanying
the interment of the body of Paul Jones
it \nnapohs will not be held until next
Dr. Jacob II. Hollander, of the Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, who re?
cently returned from Santo Domingo,
has been appointed by the President as
special commissioner to visit British and
?>ther colonial possessions i'i the West
Indies in connection with his further i*i
quiry info Santo Domingo affairs.
The Postmaster Oencral has ?sat d
regulations governing the installation
and custody of mail chutes in office
buildings, hotels and other large struc?
Advices to the State D?pareillent lay
that the Chinese Chamber of Commerce
is. powerles? to stop boycott or. Ameri?
Cleaning Dish. Towels.
('"died dish tswesS should not be
dropped into Imt soap><ids until 'her
have been washed first in lukewarm
water, say? an authority. The hot
?uds sets the dirt.
A I>iet of \onnc Carrot?.
A diet of young earrota is said to be
excellent for the skin and all its ap
pendages Of hair ami nails. This is
attributed to its anti seorbutie salts. Its
ally matter and the iron which exists
it. all red colored vegetables and fruits.
Vi.it the Cellar.
The woman who keeps house should
pay a daily visit to the cellar and
that it is aired, even if she has to neg?
lect her parlor. Knoiigh germs may
lurk in the wilting leaves of a cabbage
or a handful of ?ceayhsg potBtoea to
cm use inexplicable Illness in her fam?
All sheets and other Wedding, table
/neu and the greater part of the week?
ly washing are better for being
mangled instead of ironed. The mangle
is preferred by Bngllata housewives to
the gatiiXMS, becaoae they believe that
the ?tatises last longer and keep their
color Wetter if mangled instead of
QtaSM Waahatanfl Set?.
Wasbstand sets of colonial cut glass
are luxuries outside the poestbuitiea
for most people, but the same designs
in pressed glass ?re really quite as de?
sirable, especially for cottage nee. The
cost is loss than half that of the cut
glass. In U>th cases the pitcher is a
high ewer shape and the bowl is wide
ami not too shallow. Soap dishes,
muga and other pieces to match are
The S>l?-k Itnotr?.
When it j. possible to have'a choice
in the matter, the Isrgest and best
jSloin in the second Story should be
Jpven np to the sick person. In sum?
mer the coolest should be selected; in
winter the brightest and most sunny.
If there is a Branding i?;is?n in it the
stopper should be put in and that and
Ho- overflow boles covered with plas?
ter of paris. The plumbing may be
perfect, but on the other hand it may
not. ami sewer :;is is loo dangerous an
enemy to admit even the possibility of
its presence into a room where a life
and-deatb wnftict is to be waged.
Memllnc Tahle I.inen.
Ta Id" linen should be mended ac?
cording to the weave of the cloth The
strips left over after evening o IT the
cloth should lie laid away 1er this pur?
pose since the threads raveled from
these strips are the very thing for
strengthening weak placea in old ta?
blecloths, when they have gone be
youd tbia remedy they have to be PUt
up into tray cloths, carver's cloths,
fruit napkins or bibs. The French
method of hemming by folding the
hem backward and Btltcblng over ami
over is the best to employ. It is cas
1er to do than plain hemming, and
when nicely done is almost invisible.
To Kiep the BlaSll Box.
To prevent rust in a tin bread box.
each time it is cleaned stand it over
the tire for just an instant until the
tin is quite hot; in this way it will
keep for years without rusting. If
the bread is put in the box before all
the moisture has evaporated, and the
box closed, this will cause rust. See
that tin bread cools without being
wrapped, BO that the moisture will
evaporate uuiokly and thoroughly.
Tut it in the box, allowing the lid to
remain open for at least one hour
longer. If the bos i> closed too qnick
ly, while tin- bread stiil contains beat
and moisture, it may cause the bread
About WhII Taper*.
The trouble with flowered wall pa?
pers is that i hey do not admit of pic?
tures. Pew children are content with
a bedroom m unrserj without pictures.
and if their tastes are consulted, as
they surely should be. the pictures se?
lected for any room will 1m- more Oi
less miscellaneous Therefore the
nursery OT sitting room sacred to youth
Should be furnished with a view of
permitting latitude in decoration. The
walls should be plain buff, brown or
green in softest tones, ami the wood
work, tor preference, white. With
auch ;? background, almost any decora?
tive color scheme may be followed.
Boj a ue?M to ne encouraged to tit up
their own rooms, and BO, in these
emancipated days, do many girls. Tin
instinct is sure to sleep if made to-or
der rooms aie given to children.
Pineapple Cream Cake Cut sponge
cake into thin slices and spread some
pineapple on each slice; build up the
take in this way and moisten it with a
little syrup of the pineapple. Cover
with whipped cream, sweetened and
Deviled Koaat Beef Cream one ta
blespoonful each of lemon juice and
table sauce, a Baltspoonful of prepared
mustard and a few grains of cayenne.
Cut thick slices of rare roast beef,
Spread them with the seasoning and
brOWB in a chafing dish. Serve with
brown bread sandwiches
Creamed Onions Peel, wash ami
lK>l! until tomlei a quart of medium
sized onions. Drain off the water and
put in enough milk t<> almost covei
them, salt and pepper to taate and one
half teaspoon ful of Bout mixed with ?
? ump of butter the alss of %u egg.
When the milk boils, remove from the
Gregal Wattles Take one pint oi
.-cur cream two eggs, one pint of flour,
one tablespoon?ul of cormneal. one tea
upoonful of soda and half a tenspoonful
of salt. Beat the eggs separately, mix
the cream with the beaten yolks, stir
in the Hour, cornnesl, yolks ami salt.
Add the BS4a dissolved in a little sweet
milk and hist th^ whites beaten to ?
AMERICA'S BRIGHTEST WOMAN.
BsTory K. I.??*? r??ls It H#>r Dntr to R*c
?nniusiKt l>o?n'a Kl<ln?r Fill?.
Mary E. Lease, formerly political
leader ami orator of Kamm?, now au?
thor au<l lecturer?th? only woman erer
voted on for
many of my
friends have nse<l
I loan's TafWtiey
Pills and tiave
t?''<*ii enrad of
bladder and kld
n? y troubles. 1
feel it my duty
to recommend the
**i**%iM&fci!0r medieine to those
who suffer from such diseases. From
personal experience I thoroughly en?
dorse your remedy, and nm glad of nn
op|K>rtunity for saying so. Yours truly,
MARY BLIZABBTH LEASE.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Ituffnlo, N. Y.
[<old by all dealers. Price, 50 cents
Bait Took a Trip.
It was a young Norway, Me., man
who went to the Rangcley* on a fish?
ing trip, and was forehanded enough
to take a large can of worms with
him for bait. Daring the noon hour
on the first day that he fished he
hid the can from the other fishermen
by placing It on the truck frame of
a freight car standing on a ?cearby
siding. He was somewhat suprieed
on his return, an hour later, to find
that the car was miles away on its
journey to Rumford Falls.
ri'? S :>"--?! i?t tcvit I v o\\ r" I. No fit? or ???rvous
Basa after first day's use of I ?r. K lin?>*s c; mat
NorveRestorer.f 2trfnl HottI??ftn'l tr^ntlsorY'^
?>r. It. t?. Ki.ivt. Ltd.,981 Arch Bt..Phlia . T'a.
There are practically no illiterates in
M rs.Win?dow"s Soot him? Syrup for Children
tithing, so ft??n the RUIBU.t?dueet Inflamma?
tion,allays |>nin,curo?-,vfrnl colle, Me.a bottle,
Buckwheat is a corruption of "beech
Pleo's Cure oannot ho too highly unoken ">!
as a, cough cure.?T. <?/. O'BaiBV, 832 Third
Ayenue. N.. Minn? \\ 'i~. "Minn.. Jan. ?>. l.?0).
Bombs, it f* said, were tirst thrown
March ?4, 1580.
H. B, CtRKF.N'p Son??, of Atlanta, Qa., an
the only successful Dropsy Sj setallsta in the
world, soo thair liberal offer in advertise?
ment in another column of this papar.
The word "billion" in England means a
NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER
Baby Covered With Sore? and finalisa ?
Contri Not Tell ?iVIiitt Sln> I.ookr.l Like?
Marvelous Cure !>? futitiir:i.
"At four mont lis old n>) baby's lace and
body were so covered w: .1 ?.in,.
scales you wuiil sot ?-.? what slic looked
like. No child erer bad a ?roi Her
face was owing eaten away, and even her
finger nails fell off. It itched ao she could
not sleep, and for many weary nights ?re
eould get no rc.-t. \t last a*? ?ioi Cuticur.i
Soap and Ointment I began to
heal Rt once, and she could sleep at night,
and in one month she bad not one sore OB
her face or body. Mrs Mary Sanders. TOO
?Spring St.. Caaadea, N. '
The success of Mrs. \Y. N. Shrrman
and the beauty of her hospitable homo.
the famous Minnowawa ranch in Cali?
fornia, should ho an incentive to every
woman to hold fast to the home in?
stinct while winning her way in the
business world. In the face of much
opposition and caustic comment Mrs.
Sherman, soon after tearing an east?
ern college, bought a larg^ tract of un?
improved land near Fresno, deter?
mined by her own efforts to develop
Her success is indicated by the fact
that Minnewawa is valued at over five
times the original investment. During
the busiest season there are over 400
people at work on the ranea and in the
cannery. Since discovering that by
personal oversight of the packing he
grapes brought from $100 to 1500 more
per carload than when left to the su?
pervision of others. Mrs. Sherman
very sagely concluded that a woman
can be a real helper, even though
leave the can- of the household to
some one el- Sherman has not
confined her growing
alone, but has a aaisuaal reputation as
a stock raiser and fruit grower.?Pil?
A Hard Hit.
"Yes. I weighed myself yesterday
out at tho stockyards. How much do
you s'pose? (live It up? Two hundred j
"On the h'^of. or dressed."?Cleve?
land Plain Dealer.
Wli?-n He Qalt Cort>e.
Life Insurance Companies trill not
insure a man suffering front heart ?
trouble. The reason Is obvions.
This is a serious matter to the BU*-^
hand or father who Is solicitons for the
future of his dear ones. Often the
heart trouble is caused by an unex?
pected thing, and can be corrected if
taken in time and properly treated. A
man in Colorado writes:
"I was a crent coffee drinker for
many years, and was not aware of the
injurious effects of the habit till 1 be?
came a practical invalid, suffering
from heart trouble, indigestion and
nervousness to an extent that made
me wretchedly miserable myself and a
nuisance to those who witnessed my
"I continmd to dr.nk Coffee, how?
ever, not suspecting that it was the
cause of my 111-heaItD, till, on applying
for life insurance I was rejected on ac?
count of the trouble with my heart.
Then I became alarmad. I found that
leaving off coffee helped me quickly,
so l quit it altogether, and having been
attracted by the advertisements of
Postum Food ColTee I began its use.
'?The change in my condition was re?
markable, and it was not long till 1
was completely cured. All my ailments
vanished. My digestion was complete?
ly restored, my nervousness disap?
peared, and, most important of nil. my
heart steadied down nnd became nor?
mal, and on a second examination I
was accepted by the life insurance Co.
Quitting Coffee and using Postum
worked the cure." Name given by
Postum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich.
There's a reason, and it is explained
In the little book. "The Road to W'ell
vllle," in encto pkg.
SOME CURES FOR INSOMNIA.
The Victim of Dlsagrteabl? Troubla
Must Study Hlmaolf.
Lying awake Is often a bablt. It la
worth almost any effort to break up
such a habit, says the Philadelphia
Insomnia Is usually the result of one
Of three things?poor circulation. In?
digestion or mental distress. The
person who studies himself carefully
will be able to locate the difficulty and
treat himself accordingly.
For poor circulation try warm baths,
warm-water bottles, brisk rubbing,
soaking the feetlng and deep breath?
For Indigestion take a warm drink
before retiring or when sleepless.
Drink warm water, warm milk, weal;
tea or cocoa and breathe deeply.
For mental distress mere will power
Is the best. Close the eyes and as fast
as the thoughts come drive them out
Carry on In the mind a house-cleaning
Sweet sleep and plenty of It will
go a great way toward keeping women
young. When sleep departs wrinkles
It is by sleep that we gain strength
for another day. Sleep ?s to the brain
and nerves what food Is to the body.
Here are a few simple, tried rules
for driving away Insomnia:
Go to bed warm. Never go to bod
with cold feet.
If the events of the day have been
trying, read a short, light story be?
Leave the window down at the top
and protect the bed from drafts.
As soon as the body touches the bed
relax the muscles, shut the eyes and
make ready to sleep. Nothing drives
away sleep more quickly than the
thought that one can't sleep.
Tavern Signs Buried.
Whenever an inn on the Cumber?
land estates of the Howards, earls of
Carlisle, loses its license, the Inn sign
is buried. The obsequies take place
at dead of night, in the presence of as
many of the old customers as can be
collected. As a sort of libation a bot?
tle of spirits, generally whisky, 13
poured into the grave, and an appro?
priate burial service repeated. The
temperance advocates In the crowd
cheer lustily, and the droughty ele?
ment become mock mourners, or jest?
ers, as the fancy takes them. The
strains of a concertina or some simi?
lar instrument usually help to enliven
the proceedings. The last Inn to have
its sign buried was the Moor Cock,
at Lanercost, whose license was tak?
en away by the Brampton Justices.
Cow Completed the Circuit.
A telephone wire blew down at
Manchester. Va., and fell across an
electric light wire. The end of the
telephone wire found lodgment on the
wire fence which Incloses the pas?
ture of C. C. Bell. One of Mr. Bells
cows fouled the fence some distance
from the break and was instantly
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Dr. S. C. Brigham, of 4 Brigham
Park, Fitchburg-, Mass., writes :
?' It gives me great plaatura to say that I
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?? My oMatl daughter found it very besteS
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youngest daughter is now taking it for a fe?
male weakness, and is surely gaining in health
'? I freely advocate it as a most reliable spe?
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Women who are troubled with pain?
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