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Barre Evening Enterprise,!
l'rintcJ dull' (except Sumliiv) ly
The Enterprise Publishing Co.,
HAIil!!-:, - - YT.
H.-C. WHITAKER, Editor and Manager.
Tliis !ii))iar.-i to fou a wnr 'of volun
teers againsl a liorilu of youths who nru
pressed into tlie Spanish nnny I y eoni
pulsion. Who cm answer the ipii'siiou ns I.)
how lono; lit-fort; our eouipany shall re
turn lo our t-ity as an organization?
AVIio are our prophets ?
Deer hunters will have to hunt Span
ish spit's this year for our legislature in
special session has saved the poor ileer
from any more brutal treatment by
thosii deer hunters, If they do not look
for that kind of deer, there arc; others,
(ieneral John L. Sullivan of this prize
lighters' regiment thinks he ean blow
every Spaniard in ('aba out of the ring.
John has the reputation for hilling a
hard blow, and our adviee to the Dons
would bu to take double quick j;ait.
when they see John L. coming.
Our slate legislature could have done
better than laying the boys seven dol
lars a month. While lhc boys are not
iu the army for any reward, still we
who stay at home ought to sec that lliey
are paid sullicient wages lo keep those
left at home iu at least eonil'oiluble
Mrs. MeKinley is right, Ihe mothers
of America will lii'sl place their sympa
thies with their own kindred and the
suffering people off our Southern coast
before shedding any t-ars over the
present struggle of tint (Jueeii Keyrenl
to preserve; her title and thai of poor
Clergymen have been reaping a good
harvest the past few weeks, owing lo
the declaration of war, as many mar
riage ceremonies have been held much
earlier than would have been llioS ease
if the "grooms" were not soon to wear
blue uniform and maivh lo the strain of
"The Girl I left Ilcinnd Me."
That lSarro is an honest ci.y and thai
no tramps or robbers camp on our
slreels is evident from the fact that uol
("Avithstauding that nearly Ihe whole pop
ulation was in our si rents for perhaps
'an hour Friday no pocke's were ropoh-
V ed as having been picked, no breaks"
announced. Who saiil Hum: was not a
model town '!
"Teddy's Terrors'' are ready for
battle. Foot, ball rushers, ha:;;) ball
hillers and boxing wonders, logeiher
wilh Ihe rough and ready riders of the
'. West, will -make a combinaliou that
eve'.! old Weylor could not starve,
(iood speed to Teddy and his wonders.
See the Spaniards run when " Teddy
strikes t!je trail."
The prob.ible annexation of Hawaii
to the United Slates within a few days
is another vielory for MeKinley. Presi
dent Harrison during his term was uu
. able to accomplish this most timely
plan. '"MeKinley is doiug something
besides wriling tariff schedules which
ought to give him a good place among
our best remembered presidents.
, Our soldier boys may be assured one
Ithing, the eommauder-in-ehicf of the
army, William MeKinley, is not the
man to see our men iu arms put to ae
eomplish unnecessary things, or to ex
pect to have the soldiers do more than
they ate physically able to, for he has
camped as a roldicr and inarched add
fought as a warrior and knows what
Spnlcliiiics we have mounted among
these green hills because Vermont had
no seacoast, but-today thu'liuiid at least
aiTi;that no old wooden hulks of
Clio Spanish navy can throw torpedo;
tjKjJiilV'.ouV fields and along our slreels,
although some faint, hearted are report
ed to sleep very Utile for fear the lloel
- which our officials are looking for may
' : suddenly make its eppearance on Jail
. Jf now, as seems alums! sure, Col.
Clark is to be retained in command of
our lirst regiment, Vei'inonters every
where will be saiislied. The boys like
Clark and .ought to be given their say,
as no one questions his ability to handle
the regiment in a way that shall brui",
honor and resp:'el lo our (liven Alo.m
tain Slate. lie comes l'roin lightin
stock and we arc. sure has the tun
qualities for an ideal commander.
If any (own or city in the country no
larger than llarre gives a Company of
volunteers a belter send off limn' our
own Company K received from our
people of every race and eiime, it ias
,not been published. ,t ,.s,, i..lvj,
boys return with the hum-Is of victory,
as I hey are sun- to do if given a chance,'
and the people of I!anv, if i.s possible,
will give them a r.a.,1 welcome that
shall eclipse their own of Kridav.
Jucta Alea Est,
Writ! i'U by the Brazilian painter and author,
Dom F.ut;e:iio do Teixoh-n, upon tho ooenst -i
of the Hiiiliiis of this United Btutos aquudron
tcir Cuba; traiislutod'ljy I1'. J. Amy.
TIki die is cast I Now proudly
Buils forth Ihe nuidiun Brand,
Bent on an crrnnd worthy
Of freedom 'd storied land.
Uitlh on thn masthead lluttcrs
Tilt, Unit whoso colors, blest
To wondrous deeds of valor
Inflame tho putriot's breast.
Tho lunjicd for sitinal "Omvnrdl"
llnils now with jojfrd thrill
A Mlant nation, conscious
(r duty to fulfill,
While thosu bravo tars tho watchword
Take up with li arts iikIow,
In righteous battlo euer
To moot tho murd'roua too.
Clod spi cd those knights of f .'edoui,
Whoso mighty blowsjiro hurl'd .
Auaiust; tho hosts of difi fcncKS
Yet liiiKeriiiK on our world!
That exploit grand, from bondage
A people to redeem,
fcihiill livo in future legend,
TLo bard's exalted thenio.
There in each deed of glory
Hliull art through endless time
Find fruitful inspiration
For canvases sublime,
The wliilo their proud nehievemontB
In God's own holy eause,
Iteliearsed in deatliloss pages,
8liall will the world's upplause.
What if their fateful missiles
Bouin out the cannon loud!
What if the Mnoko of battle
The startled world enshroud 1
Out of that fearful havoc,
Out of the shades of liiyht,
Shall n.-o the smiling angel
Of justice, -peace and right I
Eugenia de Tcixeiru in New Yor.t Sun.
Woman For I'oop Law Guardian.
Sister Edith of tho West London
(Methodist) mission was nominated as
poor law guardian for tho great parish
of St. Pancras threo years ago. Suo
was -elected by a largo majority and
lias dono such excellent servico that she
lias just been ro-t loctetl witlioutfn con
test. Encouraged by this, the civio com
inittoo of tho mission nominated Sister
Katherino as a guardian for St. Anne's
parish, Soho, at tho recent election.
There wero 15 candidates for six seats,
lister Katherino had tho largest voto of
l.ll, and when this result was announced
lit midnight it was received with cheers
by tho crowd of men in the street. A
curious and pleasing fact is that the
candidacy ef tho Methodist "sister"
was warmly supported by both tho Epis
copal rector of tho parish and tho Ho
mau Catholic dean of fit. Patrick's. Her
colleagues on tho board of guardians
will be a Methodist minister, a Roman
Catbolio priest, a church of England
curate, a parish doctor and a prominent
tradesman. Boston Woman's Journal.
Tho Fictnresquo Gainsborough.
Tho ever pretty and graceful Gains
borough hat is ouo of the most popular
shapes for tho summer and is trimmed
with a drooping effect, veiling tbo flow
ers with chiffon, jjet or laco. Most of
tho hats aro to bo worn quito far over
tho face, whilo the small toqro, turban
and bonnet shapes uro set back to show
tho pompadour arrangement of tho
hair, which is dressed fi. .y, With an
occasional look straying over the fore
head. (Jno of tho bist shapes in straw
for general wear has a brim that rolls
on either side and extends out over tho
face, while the back is quito short and
fits tho hair snugly. Entire bati ara
made of a lacy material woven of straw,
somo of them having fanciful bows and
rosettes of tho same odd fabric. Tho
smooth as well as tin fancy woven
plateau of mohair is caught up in odd
shapes with buckles or fancy pins and
is trimmed with wings, quills and se
ven) looking bows, making altogether a
suitable street or traveling hat. Wom
an's Homo Companion.
Canon liyrno on Equal Suffrage.
Rev. Francis Byrne, canon of St.
John's cathedral, Denver, writes in an
swer to a letter of inquiry from a lady
in Jamaica Plain, Mass. :
"The good and intelligent women
ara largely in tho majority among the
women voters of Denver. Many of the
most respectable ladies voto, and their
influence for good is generally recogniz
ed. Equal sulfrago- has had no bad re
sults whatever in this city. It has had
good results in closing many of the dens
of iniquity, gambling and intemperance
evil resorts, public and private, that
existed to the mental and moral ruin of
young men and others. "
Women of Japan.
Many of our gossips, says the London
Lady's Pictorial, regard tho women of
Japan as some politicians picture France
that is, as pretty and pert and not to
bo taken seriously. Mr. K. Mutsukuri,
a Japuncse scholar nud diplomat, essays
in Tbo Atlantic Monthly to show to
western minds Japaucso women as they
uro. Iu a word, they aro "the best part
of Japan. " Tho Japanese woman, says
Mr. Mitsnkuri, is gentle, graceful,
beautiful and self sacrificing; as mis
tress in tho household sho has quito an
occidental authority; as a mother she is
hor children's idol; iu society sho is re
spected. A Clubhouse For Girls,
There is to bo a new clubhouse for
girls in Avcnuo B, New York. A five
story building has been purchased and
is to bo fitted at once. There aro in the
district 25,000 girls who support them
BelVes, and a few of them have worth
less parents on their hands. These girls
havo no placo to which they can resort
except tho tenements, the cheap thea
ters, the salouns and tho stroots. Chris
tadora House, as the new resort is oall
od, is to havo rooms where they may
gossip, play, read, sing and possibly
nigh Ilats In Theaters.
A bright young Boston lady who
takes much interest in tho high hat or
dinance suggests an ingenious scheme
wnereoy everybody can bo pleased. The
idoa is to set apart certain portions of a
theater where ladies can woar any style
of head covering they desire, while oth
er sections aro reserved for tho hatless.
Then n lady whoso lovo of vanity is
greater than her regard for her fellow
creatures can oocupy a seat with persons
of her kind and be freo from protesta
tion. She Was In Arms.
They were talking of tho civil war
the other day, and tho older members
of the company had compared reminis
cences. "Which sido were yon on during the
war, Mrs. B?" asked tho kittenish
young girl of the party, turning to a
pretty littlo woman who had been born
"Iwasinnrms on tho southern Fide,"
Was tho quick reply. Now York 'iriu-unu.
FOR LITTLE FOLKS.
SMALL BOY WITH LONG NAME
lie Is Duko of Itraganza and Ilolr to tho
There is now and then a Little Lord
Fauutleroy in real life, and Portugal
boasts one of the most charming. One
need only glance at his picture tOioe
how closely ho resembles tho story bonk
licro. The parents of this winsome
youngster havo been prodigal in the
iniitter of names, for he is burdened
with uo fewer than 15, fairly putting
to shame the old Puritan sea captain
who was christened with a Scripture
text. IIo is known to tho world, how
ever, as Luiz Filippo, duko of Craganza
a big titlo for a 10-year-old to carry.
But, then, ho is heir apparent to tho
Portuguese throne, and the scions of
royalty bavo to ro put in training early
to loam to bear tho weight of their dig
nities with duo composure.
Ho was born in Lisbon and has never
left his nativo country, though Queen
Amelio, his mother, frequently visits
England and France. Tho youthful
prince is considered far too precious to
be risked on foreign soil. Don't imag
ino, however, that the queen neglects
her little sou. On the contrary, sho
idolizes him for which she may be
pardoned and devotes n largo portion
of her timo to bis education. During
her absence ho and his brother are care
fully looked after by an aged French
lady, who has long acted as governess
for tho princesses of tho houso of Or
leans. The father also devotes much of
bu leisuro to tho training of his sou and
beir. Tho king is extremely fond of the
saddlo and has already made tho boy a
Good Children E:?i'et.
There's a dear littlo homo in Good Children
My heart turnout fondly today
Where tinkle of tongues and putter of feet
Make sweetest the music of play.
Where tho sunshine of lovo illumines each face
And warms every heart in that old fashioned
For dear littlo children ro romping nbout
With dollies and tin tops and drums,
And, my, how they frolio and scamper and
Till bedtimo too speedily comes!
Oh, days they uro golden and days they aro
With littlo folk living in Good Children street!
See, here comes an urmy witli guns painted
And swords, caps and plumes of all sorts!
The captain rides gayly and proudly ahead
On a stick horse that prances and snorts.
Oh, legions of soldiers, you're certain to meet
Nice make believo soldiers in Good Children
And yonder Odette wheels her dolly nbcut.
Poor dolly! I'm sure she is ill,
For one of her blue china eyes has dropped out
And her voice is nsthmatic'ly shrill.
Then, too, I observe die is minus her foot,
Which causes much sorrow in Good Children'
'Tis so the dear children go romping nbout
With dollies and banners and drums-,
And I venture to say they are sadly put out
When an end to their jubilee comes.
Oh, days they ure golden und days they are
With littlo folk living in Good Children street I
13ut when falleth night over river and town
Those littlo folk vanisli from sight,
And an angel all whito from tho sky cometh
And guardeth tho babies through the night,
And singing her lullabies tender and sweet
To the dear little people in Good Children
Though elsewhere the world is o'erburdenod
Though poverty fall to my lot,
Though toil and vexation bo always my share,
What care I they trouble mo not 1
This thought maketii lifo over joyous and
Thero's n, dear little homo in Good Children
Height of Courtesy.
Stanley Gary, grandson of the post
master general, is- often brought to
Washington for a visit. One Saturday
ho came over to spend the day, and it
was arranged that bo was to have tho
little sou of tho Chiueso minister to
play with, says tho Chicago Tribune's
correspondent. As early as Monday
Stanley telephoned over to i;is Aunt
Jessie and called "Jet," for so he pro
nounces her name. "I'm just studying
us uaru as i can, do you want to know
what I'm learning."
She telephoned back, "Yes."
"I'm learning pigeon English to talk
to tho little Chinese boy when I come
to Washington Saturday."
Therefore Aim Cgrcfully.
Our success in lifo generally bears a
direct proportion to the exertions we
make, and if we aim at nothiuy we shall
certainly achieve nothing. .Selected.
Keep This In Mind.
In tho lexinou of youth whinh fate
reserves for a bright manhood there is
no such word as fail. Lord Lytton'a
Defects In Steel.
Different opinions have long been en
tertamcd by practical oxperts as to tho
causes of defects iu steel, and attention
has lately ben called by writer iu
lho Mechanical World to the fact, ns
elicited by tho most careful and repeat
ed investigations, that most of the de
fects peculiar to rails, plates and bars
are due to blowholes in the castings
that is the ingots, such plates and bats
being rolled out f vhnt is supposed to
bo a homogeneous: ingot, but which is
mblotohave a ravity inside, not do
tuetablo by chemical or mechanical
W qvr 'H.-.-irh evnrv r.,il v.-ra J
in its entire strength. . .
The blowhole, nccerdh'S to t s r
or, might be inn position m tie ium
that it could not bo rolled it, hi
vould remain iu the cenUr ef Ihe taaJ
0f the rail, and that voou r , r
rail when ,inishcd, and this could o
detected by the inspector, hut ha
detect the one which is hidden in Lo
head of tho rail-which niuuct bo d. i e
by The Present and eld mode of inspec
tion is tho problem.
Unconventional Lady Aberdeen.
Her ladyship's dinner parties are rath
er the outcome of a happy ihout d
rlenly conceived and equally suddenly
executed than the result, as with , m st
rjeoplo iu her position, ot cartful conoid
Nation. And so, instead of the. custom
ary note conveying my lady's commands
for somo night, say a fortnight bene ,
tho telephone is requisitioned lo invito
Mr. and Mr. So-and-so to dinner to
morrow cvetifnr,'," or over. "i';'tc"
Jnr Now, it so happen, d that en one
of theso occasions Lady Aberdeen tele
unwind her commands for tbo eamo
evening to a Mr. and Mrs. X persons
of considerable social position, Mr. a.
holding on important post in connec
tion with tho Hudson Bay -company.
Mrs. X. was naturally highly incensed
besider, sho had a long standing en
gagement for tho eamo evening and
the result was that she decided not
without trepidation, that sho would not
It was not till tho viceregal party
were seated at dinner that the double
vacancy made Lady Aberdeen nwaro of
the absence of Mr. and Mrs. X. "My
doar," said Lady Aberdeen ut once to
her husband across tbo table, "Mr. and
Mrs. X. are not here. They must have
got our message this morning. " Tin u
turning to a servant, (-ho said, "Just
telephone to Mr. and Mrs X., at ,
that we aro expecting them this even
ing." A perceptible flutter among tho
guests lOJlOWCtl Oil luis num i--. .....
and then Lord Aberdeen came hastily,
if not diplomatically, to the rescno.
"No, no, mother," he called across tho
table, "I cannot havo that. We have
all of us had quite enough telephoning
for one day." Today.
To I'rcvent Iron Ilust.
Among tbo i:r w und usrful metallur
gical processes of note the San Francis
co Scientific Press epiaks ef one by
which iron may bo effectively protei td
from rust. In this a solution of ferrocy
nnide is mixed with a flaxseed varnish,
to which has been added n small quan
tity of turpentine or benzol. The evap
oration of the alcohol leaves tho flaxseed
varnish, which forms n coat and pro
tects the cyanide of iron, the same being
deposited upon the metal by the vr e ef
tho ferrocyauido, tho only preparation
required by iron for suh treatment be
ing tbo removal of etiy rust that may
have formed on it not admitting of the
action of r-ch a Foluticn. Another troc
ees of in' est to wcrktrs iu metallurgy
is that of substitutirg the me ef man
ganese for German silver, tun different
metals and their proportions being as
follows: Ccjicr, G7.23 per rent; it:au
gancso, 18.50 per cent; zinc, 13 per
cent; aluminium, 1.2a per cent, ':ho
color of this mctnl clorrly resembling
German silver, hviv;; also fully as
strong as tbo best quality of the latter
and possessing superior' adaptation for
Franco and Iicpopula.lon.
Whilo European Russia will teed
only 45 years or so, Germany about 05
yoars, Austria-Hungary 70 years, Eng
land 80 years, Italy 110 ytars, it will
take France over 8(i0 yen's to duublo its
population! What signifies tbo less of
Alsacc-Lorraino's 1,500,000 souls com
pared with tho lo:s Franco sufi't rs every
day? In tho last live years the Girmnn
population has increased by !i, (100,000,
who are every cue fully German;
Franco, mtauwhilo, has increased lur
peoplo by only 175,000, who are not
even of French nationality. The in
crease of a nation is of tho utmost im
portance to the fuccces of its country.
It has meant much- in the nineteenth
century; it will mean mere in the twen
tieth. England, Germany, aye, even
Italy, havo millions of representatives
on foreign soil ; Franco has none, or too
few to signify. Tho Gallic race has felt
it and will iu tho future ham more
bitterly still tho truth of the proverb,
"Tho absent aro ever in tho wroti. "
Tho largest Fritish oak is tho Major
or Queen oak, in Sherwood forest
(where Eobiu lined and his merry out
laws shot the king'sdeer and robbed tho
rich and helped tho poor and held their
revels 'neath tbo greenwood tree), and
Is supposed to bo one cf a forest planted
1,500 yetirs ago. Tbo isle of Man ha s
tho largost fuchsia treu in tho world
and it constitutes ore cf the notable
Bights cf Rairtiy. Finland's largest
Willow trco on record was grown at
Corcbam, Essex, and tbo smallest Brit
ish trees aro tho two inch dwarf wil
lows of Beu Lomond, Clwnag, whoso
orthography proclaims tho land of tho
leek, boasts of a trco without roots, and
the oldest trees iu L'ritaiu are tho fa
mous Bentley and Winfarthirg oaks,
which wero two centuries old when
William tho Conqueror's oak ut Wind
sor burst from its ncoru. Philadelphia
There were two women saying good
by at tho corner. Gno was round and
plump and healthy, tbo other was thin
and apparently ill. It was evident that
the one who was not in health bad been
telling her troubles to the cue who had
probably never been in any othir state,
rnd she was receiving sympathy and
advice so cheerfully givtu tbrt ;:o puts
i:r could fail to overhear it.
(( "There, goodby," said the well one,
"and don't tako any medicine. You ai0
perfectly well, you know, and Cod is
love." Boston budget. .
Nell So you'ro really engaged in
Belle Yes, amf tn think that I
Should do it, after rejecting almost a
Nell Indeed. What a very persist
ent young mau ho must have been.
So many people talk at random that
half of what is said never iiis.hes a hit.
New Orleans Picayune.
. . .. -rr nn nNE,
DOES HAHM iw
. .,-1.. i-.i'h Ave
uim For the Kt reenter.
Uio hum cf the bees
Kotched enny u" -
Looking up, I saw a m
?j:C o is a power
. . 1 K:y.' . ... ,L .,,l:en. One bit Jim
ful bad KOinry iu. "..-- .
Ho lin't .aetlyperty to loo at , un if
yo xtm to rile 'ini with y Loot lie
uiout git vicious." , .
Long before that speech had ended
bad turned a somesault backward, winch
caused tho mountaineer a great (.. ai oi
genuine pleasure to behold. I was nbout
to exterminate tho big. sluggiso reptile
with a stick that I had seized when my
companion asked mo to wait a taw mo
ment, as a king might come along.
Not exactly understanding whether
ho expected a person of that earnc and
failing to see what that event bad o do
with my laudablo desire to smash i tuo
big, ugly thing that had presumed to
take my leg for a pillow. I asked him
for an explanation.
"Mr it possible yertowu folks dunno
vbrt i, king air? Why, a king air tho
bo-u fJiiko uv tho weed!!. He don't do
no harm to nuthin, Yiptin snakes, an
hn rlnn'fc rester them as hain't pizcu.
But bo do lovo a copper an a rattler, j
which is tho y.-urrt, snakes uv Iheso c,ig
gin's, an bo's death ou 'em.
"T'other day I vuz gwiuo long a old
road, an all nv a sudden 1 hcrrd a sitigiu
ns though a camp mo tin had just tuck
iu. Ikuowed it wuaa rattler, an lookm
round I saw him on a knoll, an u pow
erful big nn bewuz. Kewuz quilled up
like a corkscrew, fin bis ratiles wuz
a-mnkin tho air jingle But at first 1
couldn't 'ecover tho cause, en I Lnowed
a rattler never get ready fur business
furnotbi'J. Presently I seed the grass
n-swayiu an n-bnidin, an then the rat-th-r,
lie gets nervius an skewed, an uu
quillin bicself he made a break to run.
"But it wuz too late, fur on came the
king like a br.rricane, an puttin hisself
just ahead the rattler showed bim bis
jig wuz up. Seeiu ho couldn't 'ecape,
tho rattler quilled ag'in on showed
light. Tho king, he commenced to run
rmind his iuimv iu a wide circle, tho i
rattler watchiu, liekiu or.t bis touguo
an inakin his rattlo sing liko a banjer.
Closer an closer the kiu3 draweel his
cirelo as ho dashed round until ho
wuzn't nioro'n three feet from the iui
my. "Then the rattler, thinkiu he saw
tho last show to sr.ve his bacon, made a
powerful spiteful Inugc at tho king,
an tbar is whr.r he slipped up, fur tho
king ho dodged, an quicker'u gnupow
der wuz on tO'K'o rattler. Thar wuzn't
notbin but a ball uv Euakes in sight fur
a Utw minutes its they fought an tus
sled over tho ;ra::s, hut artcr a littlo I
could see tho red an black striped king
wound round tho big rattler just like
a grapevine ou a trco.
"Then I seed tho king hold 'im by
tho back uv tbo neck, an I could hear
him crushiu tho rattler as ho tightened
on bim. It wuz all over iuhalf an hour,
an tho king, unwindiii hisself from his
victim, got behind nu waited fur ten
minutes. Then bo crept up an put'his
nose ou tho rattler's to see if ho wuz
brealhiu. Yo see, other snakes know
the king mi sometimes po;-oum ou him
by preiemiiu to bo dead.
"Buttbo ratlb r v.-uzsboro 'nun" gone,
an when tho king wuz satisfied uv this
he crawled in a idd stump hole an
presently eamo out with a mouse's tail
stiekiii out his ' mouf. But ho soon
swallowed the mouse, an, wipiu his nose
ou tbo grass, went off sarchiu for more
trouble. A king ullers cats a rat or a
toad after a light to make him strong
fur tho next uu,
"An now, mister, I could tell yo a
powerful lot moro'n that, fur I knows
snakes, I dp, but I'll help yo kill tho
copper, which mout not meet a king
until lib bites somo uu cf wo didn't, an
then I must hurry on after my oxen,
what I wuz huntiii when I seed that
varmint a-tryin to gu to sleep with
yerseif. "Philadelphia Times.
Ono of tho most important factors in
maintaining health in good order is
cleanliness. It is comprised iu measures
that tend to keep tho organs clean and
in proper order to perform all their
functions. The cleanliness of tbo skin
and the air (purity of the air) that we
brealho in are essential for tho proper
keeping of ono'.s health. Any impurities
that aro taken iu breathing line! their
way to tho bluod, and thus servo n
many centers of disease and aro th )
causo of maiif infectious diseases.
Again, if tho skin is not kept clean tho
impurities that aro to bo secreted ure
unduly accumulated in tho blood and
tend to give rise to severe und often
dangerous disorders, such us skin dis
eases and blood poisoning. New York
Ledger. A Good Itea.ton.
Aunt Maria Whatl Mary, cannot
you comb your own hair yet?
Mary No'm. 1 ain't big enough.
Aunt Maria Your sizo has nothing
to do with your being ablo to comb your
Mary Yes, it has. 1 ain't tall
enough to look cm tbo top of my head.
New York Tribune.
She lovej Horses.
Princess Dorothea, ono cf lho praud
daughters of the king of lho Ilclgiuns,
inherits her mother's tasto for horses
and for riding and driving. Wheulur
mother, Princess Louise, the eldest
daughter of tho Belgian king, reeoutly
drove herself from Mouto Curio to Nice,
tho littlo Dorothea was perched up by
her Kido on tho box seat. She watched
tho behavior of tho four-in-hand with
the greatest interest and is never sc
happy as when allowed ,tu go and seo
tho horses in her mother's stud ou thn
c have on iuihu a i" ,
the Illustrated Edition of
Which will he sold to close tSiem
out for almost half pri c
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syndicates, but in jrood, solid collateral,
where w loss ( tin Im possible.
Vmt ca invest 10 lo $1000, or any
amount he'.weeu : can withdraw it at any
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NOW WITHIN THB REACH OP
iuh.iy men nre Buffering untold miser) spend- 1
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, (n. IhA nnnt nf iiitallitrnt t.rtnlmnt BFB ml
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PR AND DRAINS, whether they be from
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we can quickly and permanently cure
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KheuTiatittm, Catarrh, Kidney and Liver Com
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men who underfill. e to supply the new iinnin ;
Illation of Alaska with wliat they need lo cal, !!
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moht in d iimn i, witlKMii wliicu iLcmy imii i"
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To the Ladies.
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Ivovenue rinyliiK C'linls staini - .1
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of old I'lmtOKINiplls InUeii tit nveeii tl.e
til' 1HHO anil 1S7. Stumps eiui In- relic
lriiiu liiieks of Photoi-aplis withoiit r.
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thti liiicUs in warm water. Look m"ii'
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Hltl-:il.VNl), Wiircesler, Mass.,
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ju.in, lor 1 Uo wnne ui-Icg
- v wilh llioso who
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prclrr to '-xv
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ji.ii ...ivo laKcn uicr
still have aches and
in monfb, Sore Throat,
t-il S,it, I'leerAonany
l- veiii oM fulling out.
feciMiiliij- or lertinry
ruio-iintvo locili-ii Wo
uu- -ni- nnd challenge
i cntiiit iryrv. 'luis d",
llio uliltl ..r thn in,.-!
wimrtof i li .i l r
gir In tin- lv
f I ! elicit tin- IV.-
I'll- licvlll lie-1
'IS B;-a. 1ms nil' ..
In facTHin, r t i
trcalinif tola ihoao wiiu our -Vl'ISll,l.c. I
. iiniiiyyeaitiU'e iii,
naro e.iUO,tlll(t mpitul l....iin,l cur uc.bh -
Ktiaranteo. Vrllo u f u- 1 03.nii.-. b .li am! in
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14(17 flnnnnlc Ti-nnle. t'blcnmT. HI'"-'"'
V oi.r ftill-sizcil pieces of M--.W niuie prinli1'
on heavy pnpt r. woith ti.W. will he sent to
liny iiddi-ess upon receipt of live 2-enit stiinip--
mi rim iniike niont-y sellin;; this iiiusie. .d
1 riisn us at onet' fur terms.
4 Kiisf.itltli St., New York.
Boan tho Tti8 Kind You Have Mwav? Bought
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