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More Emphatic than Ever.
. Housekeepers who have been induced to try some new brand of baking powder In place of the Royal, "just for a change," become more emphatic than ever in their praise of the Royal. The mail frequently brings over a thousand let ters a day commending the great qualities of the Royal Baking Powder from patrons in every part of the world, many of whom have used it for over a quarter of a century -without a single failure. It never loses strength. The last teaspoonful in a caa is as good as the first . The wolf and the bnr. aaya Ruealan proTtrb, re very healthy, jet they uever mi. BTJFTUM AND PILES CVRMD. We pacttlTOlT eara ruptum, pile and all me tal diMaaea without pain or detention from hast n, K cur, no pay. Alao all Private duv eaMW. Addreaa for pamphlet Dre. Porterflald A Loaey, 8Sa Market street. Ban FranoLaoo, Soma people R the rest get not) st aomethlng for nothing, and lng for ometbiaf. Codohs. "Brmm'l Bronchial TVoeW are a aura remedy for coughs and sore throat. a5centaaboi. The ly la unrea, aa well aa the flannel shirt, hrluka from washing. How to Come to a Stop. When we least expect them, accidents will befall us, a veri fication of the old adage that the unexpected, always hap pens. The fol lowing recites how an active business man was suddenly brought down. THE TRAIN STOPS, j OO.---RecenthrjwWle taart rf llrhtinr. from my car, I tepped "P a atone, ih'ch. timing aidd)y aCT my foot, threw me to the ground, with . aeverely sprained ank le. THE MANAGER ttTUro Snfferinr, oceedingfy, I - A mn ruMfd helped into my with arnica and kindred remedies. to no avail. A POINT TO STOP AT. Reaching aMatkmwtirr ?V Joba U ld be procured, two bottle yi3 lug were rongui, nu l ki ; w ttm ni t resulted at once in a relief from pain, which had well nigh become on bearable. I waa out and about my work In three days." W. W. PEABODY. XT rreat. ex tvcni. man. v. t It. K. The Pain Stops. "German 99 up Justice of the Peace, George Wil kinson, of Lowville, Murray Co., Minn., makes a deposition concern ing; a severe cold. Listen to it "In the Spring of 1888, through ex posure I contracted a very severe cold that settled on my lungs. This was accompanied by excessive night sweats. One bottle of Boschee's German Svrno broke up the cold, nicht sweats, and all and left me la a good, healthy condition. I can give German Syrup my mostearnest commendation." - Did you ever see a sickly baby with dimples ? or a heal thy one without them ? A thin baby Js always deli cate. Nobody worries about a plump one. If you can get your baby plump, he is almost sure to be well. If you can get him well, he !s almost sure to be plump. The way to do both there is but one way is by care ful living. Sometimes this depends on Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil. We will send you a book on it: free. Scorr ft Bowm, Cheauata, iij South sin Aeeatie, ..'" Tli. FISH lilt A Kit ar.IOKr.K la warranted water. prorf.andwlllkecpyoudrjrinthohardeitatonn. Tn IcoYere theenllre eaaaie. Beware of Imlutiona, Don tl bur a coat If tlie " Full Brand" la not on It. IHaitra-l Iteil Catalogue frr. . TUBia, ncaiui, m MERCURIAL Mr. J. C. Jones, of Fulton, Ark., says of f "" " "1 "About ten years ago I con i - tracted a severe case of blood poison. Leading physicians prescribed medicine after medicine, which I took without any relief. I also tried mercu rial and potash remedies, with unsuo RHEUMATISM oessful results, but which brought on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that made my life one of agony. After suf ering four years I gave up all remedies and commenced using 8. S. S. After taking several bottles, I was entirely cured and able to resume work. m f fj Is the greatest medicine for V.m,r- ,fJ blood poisoning to-day on the market" . Treatlw on Blood and 8Vtn Diaeaaei mailed (TOO, BwurrBJ-KUnrioCO Atlanta, Oa. Syr SUCKER Hoary LaboucUere'a Political Experience. It was in 1864 that Mr. Labouchere retired from the diplomatic service and promptly turned his attention to politics. By an odd coincidence this extreme Radical entered the house of commoata as a member for the royal borough of Windsor. Within a short time he was unseated for alleged bribery and corruption on the part of bis election agents. That was in 1866. In the following year came the general election, and though all over the country Liberals were re turned in swarms, Middlesex left Mr. Labouchere out in the cold. Up to this period he had not se cured wide recognition outside of parliament. The leading Liberal newspaper of England, The Daily News, was not a paying property. Labouchere was a large stockholder in it For a time he devoted his en ergies to daily journalism, and the breaking out of the iranco-uerman war gave him his great opportunity. was through his influence Uiat Archibald Forbes was at once sent as war correspondent. Labby himself chose a different field of action. Fore seeing the siege of Paris, he volun tarily went over to Paris and took up his pen to give the outside world nis famous "Diary or a Besieged ites- dent" These letters, as published m The Dailv News, securely established Labouchere s reputation as a clever journalist They were subsequently gathered into a volume, dui naa been long out of print Cor. New York World. Living Statues, Novel Bieces of statuary, pictures and casts are constantly Deing piacea in shop windows to attract the atten tion of the passer by. There was re ... . . cently opened up town a large cigar store, which has introduced a new style of shop window advertising. It is a trroun of three ngures, appar ently statues, the center one of which is an Egyptian girl dressed in the oriental style, with flowing rorjes, standing on a pedestal and holding out a lighted taper lor tne smoKer to light his cigar. The other two fig ures are colored boy slaves sitting motionless on highly carved chairs, also dressed in the eastern way. The chairs are partly turned toward the street To a casual observer the three figures appear to be statues, but on close observation the girl is seen to be artificial, while the boys eves are occasionally seen to roll. thus betraying the fact that they are alive. To watch the people go up to the window and try to make out whether the figures are plaster or paris or real human beings is most amusing; but let somebody mention the word "darky" and those eyes will roll around as quick as a wink. New York Times. Muale from Electricity. The nublic is becoming accustomed to the sound of organs whose mech anism ig actuated by electricity; but the idea of a musical instrument in which the electric current produces the musical tones by no other means than the conductor itself is startling well as puzzling. In the experi ments of Von Lepel, in Germany, a disk of glass or paper rubbed with paraffine, placed between tne termin als of the conductor (small copper wires) from a strong induction ma chine, have thrown out with great rapidity tiny balls of fire, which dis appeared witn a i ami w running sound. A more definite and practical in strument has been constructed, con sisting chiefly of coils of wire of vari ous sizes and lengths. On passing through the electric current a dis tinct musical sound of peculiar qual ity is iriven out New York Tele gram. And the Band Flayed. General Custer believed in having martial music on all possible occa fdons. He would have the band out at S o'clock in the morning and the last thing in the evening. One day when the narrator's regiment had just come into camp General Custer ordered the band out The men were tired and reported that they had lost the mouthpieces or their instru ments. "Very well." said the general, "you may take pickaxes and shovels and help repair the roads. You may find the missing mouthpieces while you are working." It is unnecessary to state that the band played soon after. Buffalo Courier. Making Anlmala Useful. It is said that a German family living out west have in their posses sion a tame fox with a beautiful bushv tail, with which the animal has been trained to dust the parlor furniture every morning. It would be a trreat saving in time and strength of many overworked people if dogs with lone tails and cats witn sow, fnrrv sides could be trained to do similar work. Harper's Young Peo ple. . . CARELESS USE OF PAPER. lorn Remarka oa rnblle EtII That At Applicable to Many Plaoaa. Paper is an article of universal use, of a lightness aerial almost to the point of volatility, and so cheap that once used it is generally thrown away. In the careless hands of a slovenly people it can become the most disfiguring and offensive feature of a city's streets and parks. In every street or JNew xorK mere live or pass hundreds or thousands who daily make paper contributions to the city's unsightliness and filth. Paper falls upon the streets from all quarters, from the doors of houses, private and commercial, and from the hands or thousands or waytarers who have finished reading their let ters, newspapers or handbills, or have taken the wrapping off their parcels. Look up any street in the city, and if it doesn't carry paper marks that should disgrace any prop er and self respecting community, it is probably because of the momen tary immunity following the sweep ers. "No district anywhere, no block even, is free from this form of rub bish. In the parks it is fearful. Men please themselves with an hour's reading in the beautiful places so elaborately devised ana so labori ously and expensively kept, and, in hoggish indifference to the public's enjoyment of the park's perfection, toss their paper aside to oe scattered by the wind in all directious. Nur sery maids sit with indifference while their children Utter the walks with paper bags or torn book leaves or orange skins. Persons of all sorts of conditions, sizes and sexes carry their lunch there, and leave their temporary surroundings more like a Disrsty than part of the fairest and most charming retreat which the skill of man and the generosity of a Dublic spirited city can make. fjhudren are orougnx wpiay in me ... - - ... ,i Central park in organized swarms led by women specially charged with their conduct and perhaps also at other times with their education, yet under their theoretical supervision the clean, fresh lawns are permitted to assume an aspect ol disorder ana untidiness such as would be tolerated in no decent nursery. The quality of our pavements is rapidly rising to the standard indispensable lor a reauy beautiful and hnely finished city, but all in vain if they are to be continu ally strewn with paper. There is no labor required to tree New York from this offensive and long standing habit of slovenliness. Only a little care is needed, but it must be general and unflagging. New York Sun. The Hon la Mythology. The Grecians placed in the sun the trod of their wisdom and intelligence, and gave him a chariot and four fiery horses the chariot to symbolize doctrine and the horses intelligences. So with their god of the sea; Nep tune was drawn in his sea chariot by horses the sea to symbolize all scientific knowledge in general, the chariot to symbolize doctrine or science and the horses intelligences. They mythologically described the birth of the sciences by the nying horse Pegasus, which with his hoofs burst open a fountain out of the hard rock, at the moment of his rising from earth to heaven, at which roun tain were seven virgins who were the seven sciences. The flying horse symbolizes an in telligence directed heavenward; the hard rock represents hara matter 01 fact or sensual knowledge; the foun tain springing therefrom represents pure truth where the virgin sciences delieht to dwell. Our Animal Friends. Bla Choice of Ron tea. It was in a third class carriage on the Lancashire and Yorkshire rail way. The talk all the way had been about foot racing. One young fel low had crowed so lustily as to what he could do on the cinder track that an old fellow sitting in one corner of the compartment thought he would take it out of the youngster. So tha con run a bit, con thai" he said. 'Aw reckon aw con," was the re- nlv. - ...... . i . . ., 'Aw II teu tni wnat aw uuowi thi. Awll race thi for five peawnds if thall gi' me a yard start" "Done: wheer wul tna runr "UDa ladder!" came the answer, amid roars of laughter. London Tit- Bits. - - - - Putting Mlee to Work. A Scotchman one evening sat look ing at some mice. An idea struck him. He decided to set tne utue thieves at spinning yarn, and it was probably a very astonished pair of mice that found themselves a few days later working a small tread mill in a cage like those in which rats and other small animals are kept, but without the slightest idea that they were paying their board in this way. An ordinary mouse can twist over a hundred threads on reels every day, although to do this be has to run 10 miles. rnuaoei phia Ledger. A Lodger' Boa. First Student (to his colleague) What are you locking that cupboard door for? Why, there's nothing in it Second Ditto That's just why; for if my landlady knew it I should have to clear out pretty quicu, i can icu you! B. Hae abler. ' She Told the Troth. "Maria Jane," aid a fond mother the other morning to her daughter, "did Daniel Jamieson kiss you on the step laet nightT , , "No, mammas he did not." If the fond parent bad said "lips" in stead of "steps," it would have troubled Maria Jane to reply. Exchange. Unfortunate Bridget. "Bridget is engaged to the post man," said Mrs. Bronson; "but it can't last Bridget breaks everything she goes near." Harper's Bazar. AVENWINO AN INSULT. Attorney t.tneriil Hrewater'a ffrfcetlve Oliuke or tngalln Lawyer. "Teu or twelve years ago I wit nessed tho most dramatic situation jf my life In a Philadelphia court Moin," mild Henry J. Erskine, of tlie Junker City. "It occurred during :ho trial of an important suit involv- . - .,. ..a ing certain rrancnise ngms oi mo Pennsylvania nulronvi m rmuuioi- yhia. Benjamin Brewster, after ward attorney general or. wie uniieu States, was then tho chief counsel or the Pennsylvania company. Urew- ster, you know, was a tngntruiiy ugly man on account of a terrible disfiguration of his face from burns, but Intellectually he was a giant and in deportment a Chesterfield. "So creat was tlie admiration ror the man's powerful mental parts that one soon forgot his ugliness. He was extremely sensitive of his facial misfortune, but never referred to it himself, nor did any of his thousands of friends ever ask him the cause. "The trial to which I refer was a bitterly contested affair, and Brew- ster at every point got so much the best of the opposing counsel that by the time argument commenced his leading adversary was in a white heat In denouncing the railroad company this lawyer, with his voice tremulous with anger, eicloimed: This grasping corporation S as dark, devious and scarified in its methods as is the face of its chief attorney and henchman, Benjamin Brewster I 'This violent outburst of rage and cruel invective was followed by a breathless stillness in the crowded courtroom that was painful. Hun dreds of prying eyes were riveted on the poor, scarred face of Brewster, expecting to see him spring from his chair and catch bis heartless ad versary by the throat Never be fore had any one referred to Mr. Brewster's misfortune in such a way. or even in any terms, in nis pres ence. Instead of springing at the man and killing him like a dog, as the audience thought was his de sert Mr. Brewster slowly arose and spoke something like this to the court: " 'Your honor, in all my career as lawyer I have never dealt in per sonalities, nor did I ever before feel called upon to explain the cause of my physical -misfortune, but I will do so now. When a boy and my mother. God bless her, said I was pretty boy when a little boy, while playing around an open fire one day with a little sister lust be ginning to toddle, 'she fell into the roaring flames. I rushed to her res cue, pulled her out before she was seriously hurt and fell into the fire myself. When they took me out of the coals my face was as DiacK as that man's heart.' "The last sentence was spoken in a voice whose rage was that of a lion. It had an electrical effect and the ap plause that greeted it was superb, but in an instant turned to the most contemptuous hisses directed at the lawyer that had so cruelly wrontred the great and lovable Brew ster. That lawyer's practice in Phil adelphia afterward dwindled to such insignificance that he had to leave the city for a new field." St Louis Globe-Democrat Jay Gould Describee Bald. Here is a specimen of style taken from Jay Gould s "History or Dela ware County." In speaking or the an ti rent troubles in Delaware coun ty, Mr. Gould (then only about twen ty years of age) describes on attack upon his father's house by a lot of white men disguised as Indians in tho following language: "The sav age horde sprang from their hiding places and with demonlike yells rushed up and surrounded Mr. Gould, who was standing with his little son in the open air in front or the house. We were that son, and how bright a picture is still retained upon the memory of the frightful appearance they presented as they surrounaeu that parent with fifteen guns poised within a few feet of his head, while the chief stood over him with fierce gesticulations and sword drawn. Oh, the agony of my youthful mind as I expected every moment to be hold him prostrated a lifeless corpse upon the ground 1 , , A Smart Young Man. Smart Young Man Good morning, Mr. Bullion I Mr. Bullion (irascible old gent) Um-oh ! Good morn. Remarkable doc you have with you." "Ya-as: Siberian bloodhound; ter ribly savage ; takes this ox chain to hold him. If any one should even look cross at me, this dog would tear him to pieces yes, indeed. I'm go ing to have him killed. Too danger ous, you know." "I should say so." "Ya-as: must do it in the interest of humanity, you know. By the way, Mr. Bullion, your daughter has accepted me ana I have caiieu to asK your consent." He got it New York Weekly. A Queer Exodo. Wife Dear me, it's a rainy Satur day, and I'll have the children racing about the bouse all day and DreaK ing things. Husband What have you usual! done on rainy Saturdays? Wife I generally sent them in to )llJ TV ( LI AtJl(i,Wt vinua but all I knew have moved away. Good News. HI Occupation. Bunker How does old bachelor Sapstone make his living? He never goes anywhere and never seems to be doing anything. Hill Why, don't you know! He writes the notes on woman's dress for The Sunday Kaleidoscope. Cloak Review. Dr. Cutting, of the Vermont board of agriculture, once counted 222,300 hairs to the square inch of a piece clipped from the pelt of a full blood j ed ram. ON IEI WAV TO PABAB181. Let u hone that the people who habitually dlirVgaid their health wlfl achttat dealrabie 2 , amUvoldthe lo-allly whit li le. de ... ... .i.rnal realdellr ou account of the r. "'"." "J IT, malada ruloh-UII Una nhvalela a are very ranch at lault-t to ahortt-u the lerm of our e'"'""- '"V, lloiiaiieaa, oonati'"un "', ,. ,, VI ..... -it .i.tuMi.htt i hv tlie Utttera. which also euiHiuor completely malaria, rheumatlam, r,u, ,., caa ami debility. Slue the appear!! ' 1 iirlmw" U ha ataown ingtiiar niaaiery ,i. . t.rmlilah niiiiii allll that uas carrivu off i inHiiy ol out bright and beat. It l.n't tha man who blowa meat who Biidi It the eal at to raixa in inu. HVHSKtX Ml, The well-known fluonoier, writ "fiOO Firm AvgHt'i, f Nkw Yohk Oitt, December 20, 1HWM " For the last twenty year I have been nalKir Allvook'i 1'oKoti FbAiTKM. They have repeatedly cured me of rheumatic im ami pain In my uie ami oaoa. .vi,..i.ver I liiivaiiooUl. one on my Client and one on my baoa Hpoeuny relieve m. " My rumtly are never wimoui in. ,.-rt.t. . . v..ni him, ij aet over." muttered the ranor tho burue. we iii" on " OttUtf GDce. breath, when reaiuuiiK n.ti.itt miri me liaaHi nanaanw wutuii i been closed for year are made free by ..... .,r t'lv'i I Ven in Halm. I auiferad from catarrh for twelve years, experiencing .1.. nu,,MAiji,ff firnnnlnir in the throat De- . J ii ..... i. .... i t -n , , , " , niia. tn tliHt (liMMUNfl. and nose bleed al most daily. I tried various remedies with out beiiuHt until last April, when 1 aw l"l. imim Hiilrn adverttata. 1 nrooursa a bottle, and since the Hint tiny' use have bad no more bleeding the sorenes Is en tirely gone. D. U. Davidson, with the Boa ton bulgt, formerly with the Hoaton Jonr "' . ...... Apply Balm into eaon nostril. i i uickiv absorbed." (lives relief at ouoa. rice, 00 cents at druggist' or uy man. r.l. X jHurti 50 Warren street, New York One rent paid la worth d-iaea In your pantat Have You Aathrnaf t r H,-!iiriiHn St. Paul. Minn .will mail a trial package of Hohillinan' Asthma Ourerea to any stilVerer. (Jive Instant re lief In worst cmes, and oures where other fail. Name tins paper and senu aciureaa Tit Qua a for breakfast Cae Knameltne Stove Pollah: no dnat no rlL COVRIKT ISM In tht ttlace of a woman who' weak, ailing, and miserable, why not be a woman who's healthy, hannv. and strontrf You can be. You needn't experiment The change is made, safely and surely, with Dr. Tierce's tavorite Pre scription. It's a matter that rests with yon, Here is the medioino the only one for woman's peculiar weaknesses and diseases that's guaranteed to help yon. It must give satisfac tion, in evcrv case, or tho money DroniDtlv returned. Take it, and vou're a new woman. Yon can af ford to make the trial, for you've nothing to lose. But do you ncea to ie urgear You don't want in a pill it means diBturDance. xou want, re sults. With Dr. Piorce's Pleasant Pellets, smallest, cheapest, easiest to mien, von tret the best results. Sick Headache, Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, and all derangements of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels are prevented, relieved, and cured. Thla GREAT COUGH CURE. thi hil CONSUMPTION CURE to told by drug isti on a positive guarantee, a test that no otnei ere can eland auccesirfullr. If Ton have COUGH, HOARSENESS or LA GRIPPE, li will care yon promptly. 11 your cnna naa hk CROUP or VhOOPDIG COUGH, oa 1" uickly and relief U fare. II you leaf tun In M PTION. don't wait an til Tour cast is hops- less, but take this Cur at one aud reorivw Im mediate help. Large bottle, 50c. and tl.oo. Travelerr convenient pocket tiie 45c. Ask rour druggist lorSIllUJH o t-URE youi unes are sore or back lame, use Shilob's For ous Plasters. Price, 35c THE MOST POPULAR Tobacco is a luxury a qaietlng,est- ful friend to mankind. The better the quality the sweeter and milder the smoke. In all these good qualities mastiff plug cut stands at the head of smoking tobaccos. i. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond Virginia. tarry tu thi. yhW ot teara, why Am dwr wU tarlfy endure the tortutee ol dyM h" aveiematlo e ol iloeti'Hor'a Mmiiuch Hitter the N5S?Sc2 irioh fnu I J BeatCoustailyrupt'Taataa Good. Use I J In thna Sold bTdnigglat J tTAT or Ohio, Ciwm ToUDi.j Mi rV'cHvHiVaoiiih that ba i j the n lor partner ol th firm of P. J "INIT,i doing builntaa la the elty ol Toledo, oeukty na Slat elraald, and that raid Arm will W h aim el ONE HUNDMK1) noiXARa lor each ,mJ very case ol Cataksh tht cannot ba cured by Uiueoi auiiuiruwi yv?, .,., n....n In h. I,m ma aurl aiiliaurllHMl In uiy lirel- nc th a th day ol Oeceaiber, A. U. J11;. M . I " ' k..i...u lie. ii.li. i'irrh Cur la taken lutnrual y, aul am. illrectlv on the bliKMl and rniieima aurlaoe ol the yaU)in. Hend lor leatlinoulala. Ire. Sold by Drugglatai 7o oeula. Both the method and results whet 3yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ind refrething to the taste, and icti ?ently yet promptly on tha Kidney, liver and Bowels, cleanses tha m tern efiectually, dispels colds, noaa ushea and fovera aud cures habitup. jonBtipation prmanently. For aal in 50o and l bottles by all druggist CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. lowinut, nr. uw tot. r. For Ladies only. TASTST EL03S0M BTJTPOSlTOaiSa A lan a PoaltlvaCure ror lueurrht,liianiniatloii A HUM PMVIDUH B n ,1 .l.B "' Wrll Kirelreular. layAenU Wanted. V-"-lJ;, . Han raiiol. co, t:al. oooooooooo Tutt'a Tinrnilaaetaa kindly on th Oehlld,tlM deltoata fe nulla or liinrtnQ .MuaniMiBihivininaiiiaa Tult'sTinyPill! 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