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TV- So-Tet Service h.:s unfnrihed no.fiPi bind t ermKdiViUrs an.J Rccurcd n Lire ..ii'wly oi bous ..!., which are so cirvtT ly extvutcd th.U ihe avenge jvrson would never sn-jvi t thorn of being spurious. Hunt oi tiirst value are a!w select rd for iruiLUmn, notably HoMeUor' Stomach lit ters, which has many imitators but no vm.t!s lor d:?or.HT9 like ind.pestion, dys pi !!, const ijvttmn, ncrvousiit'ss and pt,n rr.il debility. Always go to reliable urn lists who have the reputation of giviig what you ak for. Thry pay remnrked the philosophic man, "that i he daiktst hour is just before the dawn." "Jiiiinmiv!' exia:mcd Lazi bone, "that's one of n:y brhtcs: hours, for 1 ni a. ways sure to be asiiep tiieu Thiladelphia l'rcs&. It is said that an ordinary brick weifth sbout four pound?. N evert helots, the man who pets bit with rvne inwiriTe it to weigh ibout four ton". N'orristown Herald. ME YOKUT INDIANS. Once They Were All-Powerful on the Pacific Coast. ttrtng a quantity of jrrain en the ''T'l j spot, the hidden liiciinn thrusts out from hit lair a stick, on the end of which a string of gut or sinew is tied. Til is st rintr is looped and fo fastened to the Mirk that its other end is in the hand of the Indian. Now he waits, as silently as only an Indian ean. Vj and by the birds, seeing the seed, alight nnil begin to feed. One of them places Ins foot in the loop. In a mo ment the watchful Indian draws the string tight. The foot is imprisoned. The bird flutter!;, but cannot escape. Soon it set t les di wii. The other birds, frightened away for a moment, see- . i , . . t r 1 n-.nrv. huts advances in rtonuta-1 1 ... ti.m duriisr the last decade. Hut no pl. return. Another stick is census that ean ever be taken at this) P" 01" an'1 "'" bird caught and .ii.v ean reieal the numbers of the abo-iVce well started, the hunter draw, Novr Only a I'rw of I lie Race ire laoft, ad Thfr Are Urine Cured For on the Tulr River Hn er. fllion, I pedal Los Angeles letter. J "fTllK recent census lias aheativ ' J I! t-liowu (bat Ctil'.fornia lias mm it a FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. VALUE OF GOOD NURSING. 044 Blla ol Information llrlatlna iririiilcil Ihr llnrtnri Arr I iul to rtoua Home. lie j l(-Allrllintri nne bnuld Mutter. I ,.,. ,.,, Trarelinjf hampers for soiled clothes In pr ,., To Mothers of Large Families. In this workaday world few women sr? so placed that physical exertion is not constantly demanded of them in their daily life. Mrs. T'inkham makes a special appeal to mothers of largo families whose work is never done, and many of whom suffer, and suffer for lack of intelligent aid. To women, young or old. rich or poor, Mrs. PinVham, of I.ynn. Mass., extends her invitation of free advice. Oh, women ! do cot let your live be sacrificed when a word from Mrs. Tinkham, at the first approach of riitinal pop -ration that once owned the Sierras and other mountain ranges, the fcotltills. the banks of the many rivers, the fertile vullevs. the seashore and the is'.anii.s of the I. and of the Setting Sun. The figures that the most conservative est i mutes niTerd of 1 his population 50 or 7.'. vears ag.i are siir.p'y astounding to those who are familiar only with the aboriginal population of the cold ai:d b'lak eastern rcg:cns, or the wiiie stretches of arid desert in the heart of the eut-.tiiicnt. Thtre can be no ques tion but that at one time California had ; r.rt Indian population of upwards of a million soi;l. ar.i they were abundant ly provi.le,! :,r in the fertile valleys, the w-ii-s;eokt .1 rivers and Ir.kes. and the them in one bv one at a satisfactory i rale of speed, and soon Bfcui es enough for his family's table for a week. Their burying ground is the stran gest I hae seen in the state. The graves are marked with crosses, but each cross is perched up high on a stick, so that they seem to be on stilts, llach year on All Soul's day all these crosses are taken from their stilts and placed in a certain house. The people gather from all parts of the reservation, and at a certain hour one of the men. who acts as a kind of lay minister, takes one of the crosses and brine it to where the people are assembled. Kvervoite seems to recog:rl,,f it. but. whether' they K or not. all vin in a sad ; wi! wail which eon' ii-ii s for s.ve mints?-, "l'hiti the cress is l.isd a that will also admit of the cloths be ing laundered umi returned are made with heavy brown canvas covers to keep out dampness und dirt, and come in all sizes and cost but little, and are much more useful than the leather bajf for soiled linen, which can never be used for anything else, says the tloston liudget. Lettuce may be served with French dressing; tins is tne simplest una most wholesome salad. Lettuce and cucum ber may be served together with the same dressing. Thin slices of toma toes, cucumbers and white hearts of lettuce may be served with French dressing. All should be on ice until served. Lettuce served with simple eiig dressing is very nice; also w ith new i dressing. New carrots and new beets. I sliced thin and cooled, are very nice I served w ith cream dressing. ! One of the most sensible trifles in ' vented in years is the clasp for kerp ! ing short hairs in place when the coif fure is high. They are made not only of shell real and imitation but aNo of gold and silver. All arc of the ut most possible lightness, that they may not drrg the hair down. Tickled butternuts are a dainty rel ish, the excellence of which is known best by country housewives. The ir.::s should bo gathered while they are so': enough to be pierced ly a hatpin. Seal, thorn in brine, srret-.g f.iovtph to f.or.t nit moments, w hen r.air.s w::,re ri .lii.i c.eer Srvw Pr.te'.ops. r.tMu's. "cccr.s." arc! the StfS-wS. other rarr.e bin' aK ,!e;i. ' ' att.i another or.. t-rr.'jM. I h.w.i'1,4 ,3iiJ?v Ht as cllli..;:lon ...lv ;iroe:" the la- over in the s.ttv.e ::'i:or a:-.: rV.co:! 4a egg for i day s. charg-rg the brir.r af$Sr' -Xia'r ,ii.tn was ,.ri,n The Call- a!e. The;:, in v.rv.. a" the cr.--,- twice in the meat-.: n-e. At the end W Is) fornia Indian las r -.':-? :o th.ir.k the are wall, I eve-. when : oMhe time dry tl-ei. rl-n' ea.-h with Mi. the former hut I ;vl- pr.tvey.,r.: ':o I - r , J tot V.. Ir :! i eoM w.K.r over night. Ter.ev rotr.. $r& feH .u-au-,: l.ri in ::..t:.v '. s w : -h. h..v. o in the rt-.-rr-.r.g .r.g s.-a.-i fo-.tr quarts cf v r.e..tr w.th P ele,.:,',;.- ,,i -',-. 1::,. Of tie j' v vi.T-jX J iM'ii t-n:. sef trace. - c' -O;- P I 7 iZ'X- '-'-e A POST OFFICE RULING. ';r.""r.: r'-'si" U U -(':., ',"- - sr. '. : tl-e b'tli- - v:v;3r Lf? J v .. .. ' - 0,111 n 1,1 11 ll - A' r n Mini ,f,,vl7, K:' '-.". tv-? ' " C "A' V'i tybf j - ;. Leu e ihe er ire X u illiaiut . ? r . : v v"... ,,,,t,r 'miS' E:::;- 3p3il'S x :r. -? :o rrfser-?-. r--.es' .f cos- ' , . . , - :'--v .-- -- -- ' - - .-. Mr.s. CiJir.:x BriLrvtiLr. I ..,, 5-.- .-. ... : wca-kTic's.mn.r CU your future rears '"p?! ffN- - , j -;; ' w. w-;-;-g r ' sif": ""'hen IK-gan o wke I.r.lla E. --SE5'" ' '-: ,r .'W, -v' V. -' Zy Pinkham's Vegetable Coxt-o:ci I wa X-ti-??a. -J..' iL-4--i? v V-?:-i'-l ;ti --V ,"' .'..:. not able to mv housework. I s-- tVii'-i;?:-:. iUt ' ''"-' '-''' -' '' ' " ,'e fercd t.-rr:: 'v t tixe of mertr-j.tioa. ASW't $Sl V&yd fWT --: : - ?.a:t Several d,vto:-s V'A they cot:'. 1 do f3 V?' -;v'y' r-'-" -nothing f.vr mo. Th.-.n's to Mrs. P:r.k- ' t i-r rWWst ' ? -'"t- ' ''''- '' - -' ' ' ham's advice and rr.-dieioe I arc n-jw biVt.'VS .'.:. i" 5 "i? ?. r - col well, and can do the work ::r eight ia 151 t 4&&&mi!&2& :r.:: 1:X: s.- - ,: v . -.-Iful the fatnilr. ' $M feM-V'Ea M.; '- rinkham's VetaV.e Cor rvufa -.v j JP PRFTTY THINGS TO WEAR. mothers with' large far-ill-.eO-M MI '-AJi rMfgtSW Casbu: EKXETOiE, Luiic.-.-:a, Mica. Sfdr'fSs&:sC1 ... . . r , . . . . ...... ..... &t iced 1 v lail tame. i ? 5- ? ? -i-S ? ?J ef .--.z. Neediest Indigestion - troui-li cei-e;. I: : trora t::e evils c: cver-tr.:r. If ou have :.:'.'.:-.5-s cr d.-:re stop the trc-u'tle :r. a dr.- : Storm's Liver Regulator Xo wakhg for rtv.-.y-, relieves i:;'I:jt':ior! ar.i cv pc-ps-ia at o-jcf. Cvtrts cor.r pation, he-lache ar.i W.::---res?. Your money lack if fails. Price 50 cents. Sold AH Druggist: Prepared by JAMEs j. S0B:::t0: - J S'.r a icrr.t cc. :-. The : rlOGW, t with t-. r.- th 1 - A TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. Tne letters 1-j -r ia. Y-.-s. s :r., j.; .r it ttpon us in our dally rr.il., ia a t. .-A : -..'- ii iarjTisiBs. It scetLtu if every p- r?,-t :s the Uaiv-d Sux-s had a nbriloil - -,i .5 &- 3 knew "5 DROPS" C-- CUl-f, Everybody su&ritjf froa U h-?il".ti Lai the lnelina'.ii-.B to wr.. for a t..4e tf " 5 DKOPS." Our enormous mall Is the weed'-ref V-i age. We are flo'id-rd-sltr.p'.y fi i;4 tivt : tnr.rnir.tt wi'Ji letters conUitilr.? 10 f or 1 , bottle of "5 DROPS," wo&drvjj 1 cure for ti.e u-r.ijiy palr.ful tM-.s&A ' Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, j Ilheutiiatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia withstand a.l other medicines tut y.eli 00 ; the instant to "5 DROPS " W.t!.iri a day of (retting "5 lJltOPS-' and ns.cj It, j our disease begins to disappear. Taou sands of men and women, who see their suf ferinR friends on every side gladly relieve of their suffering, write us In haste. Hun dreds of testimonials from grateful oorre SIKiudeuts reach us dally. To enable all sutferers to test this won derful remedy, we will send free 8 trial bottle on receipt of two 2-cent st mps tc pay for mailing. Large bottles of 800 doses $1.00, sent prepaid by mail or express. 5 DROPS" i a proven live as well as a curative, for the following diseases; Rheumatism, Scintlca,Neu- ralgla, Gout, lyspcpia, Backache, Asthma, Uay Ferer, Catarrh. Liter and Kidney Troubles, Sleeplessness, Ner vousness, Nervous and Neuralirlo Headaches, Earache, Toothache, Heart Weakness, LuGrlppe, Malaria, Paralysis, Creeping Numbness and kindred diseases. Write us in haste and stop your suffering. Ascnts wanted. BWAXSOX RHEUMATIC CURE CO. 100 Lake Street, Chicago, 111. -,rr- .": ... -, r-T.-, t 'i t i -T7. "5 ri ' t ry Yt e.-.'.e i A i.:. 1 the Palu-li tl! tl-.-y t: ' tLet lad 20CH INVESTIGATES MALARIA llrpatioa c-f fj,at i p.-i-erj dark a-d If ry -r:. . 1 y Vecmir i' - cf ire same i -: r.f t'ltrie ':'.-! is c - :.w:.st in -he I r.-r ;. '. r:.;;ac'.":r r. STT' at M-:M,n f'.r I V.-v the floz-:. s rlrnrr. .r.t't. and 1' ''TT.z:.-i.:aX',(,:.. ' . '! ar.d '--fl have V of maty y- '.rr.arrj'nta!. '.V l.r:r?s to tr. r.otv f.n-ee. and I. d with 5.1. . llni:.- L. ar.'l t.rs 1. ai 'h'.h k 1 rnr.r. SOT UP 15 THAT GRDE. -.Md t -jr.;-. tBADK-llABC. yy AN OLD TOKLT INDIAN. - I .k 11 ! J.r.e re j v-l-.'.'t a hr. y.'s .-. . H: f. rt fl K'.'.l.. tit Ji-r.la U"e bt r.r.r.r. ..:. -j -.-.. r. s ir. ( .-;-'. -. t .. f'i., i,t t 'A ttr.-.v'l at hi way J.'.rr.--- a.v .lj-t.s thr -ha: he -! 7?sr of ;,r-i'-r. tl: j ; .-.-.alarla I;. n.alirl-i. .1 ta.T5p;.-.jf o ;t tl. ;;. i . -t;r..-;.'-r.r in tk; 1 '-.; in Nv ijo;rja, i .rij:r of r.a'i-.'-ii diet Utilo Wllllo'i Malbrinallral AhilMr V 'ot ljaal to the Tst 't fur HiDi. It is tot w; ft.'. Ir .Williams' Indian Pits nlnlmenl will cure Kllnd Bleeding and ltctatnl Hi In. It absorb! 1 hi tumors, allavs the Ilcb lot at onre. acts as I poultice. strep instant re lief. Prepared for I'llei and Ilcblnafn- lhepriratf par's. AtdrnirBl-tsorn Jrisll on receiptor prlca. AO centa and SI OS WILLIAMS Mlo).. CU. Prous.. CHTII.iNU.OUIO m OPIUM WHI8KY and otherdrui riV S I taj I V bablls cured in WdsTl. Sana ioilurBWcatment, Pout and particulars FJSJCK IS. M. AlulXICV, M. to.. Atlas Us, sla MCusABi-r-ap. i Taatas Ooud. Has M 9ne wanders from Fort Tejon tn the south to Fresno river on the north, Be nuns luKius tnu I'aiutis, now ijv ing in pep.ee and soneord, occakionaily interninrrieil, the days of former con flict between them almost entirely forgotten. Strange and peculiar j-iople are the remnants of these two tribes as found to-day on the Tule river reservation, still dunging to many of their old hab .t, custrms and suptrstitions. Walking up the snek the other day I found a number of their bird traps, left over from lost year, and, therefore, in a dilapidated condition. But enough re mained to show how the birds 'were snared. . I got one of the Indians to tome to show me. A small level spot is made, by building it up, if necessary, by the side of an attractive piece of a.ler where doves, uail and such like birds are in the habit of coming. Just In the rear of this level spot of ground Ailiona are arched over so that a man fan crawl underneath them and be per fectly luJdttn from view. Then, Beat- :tjr tf. v-.--.. zr.'l f,re-..e jnrpow. a: pars.tes as v,e,i eh.-ef ar,rr.t' sir.l'h B.'.v, 1-1 .ii;r,;;,,,.n this iri'rtt t'rir.?e;.t .or r t;".rr, j'.r refised hrre do r.ot y.r s to hr.w it wis w,ri.ul:iM Vr. Kv i ('sited. Kower, that m hit opit.ion wa! ertirpa? n of malaria is pOfc-.i li'.f-. V.y adoption of l,;t. n.e'hvis lit. Ko-h believes that every r.'.a'srial dlfri't may b absoi j'e'y :r.-ed f.f malaria. In temp- rate -lirr.ates it will he mn'h easier than in tr-.pal. His inreniiv tions will be i-omptned in his 1;118 laboratory. of'en that the very yo -.- e ad i a r. -5i'es cf hii'l. e r ' , n 'hi1, r-rfke i i evlrlent . i even In his firs. ; n.o,-.-: s ad era-.ped the n.ea::lr.? a::d rl'je r,; s:.jy-r. knowlerye, s,-.,. the Ci.lra'i Chronicle, It was on of V rstss afternoons and to kef hitu oust he had been set to eo'tr.'itisr a biiketful r,5 walnuts. 6're-t;,ed full I ler.sr'fc cn he l:lt':beri fal .e la tori ifcly pil'd them cut f.r.e -rjV or(! jn 3 ' t heap. T:, who n a patt tr.ts- ..... ,lcll iin.Mi the rrcat ailvanci j. tned- : i. iiu- mid Mircrj have niadf in the last few ihcatlcs, m uflcn lay tn t"i'h ' slre.-s iiptiii inn- "science" and upon the i remarkable labors uf inir cidleayms, and too lit I le upon some less obt rusive : folaborerswlioarc never hetiid in public iirtrinir their claims for personal recog nition and priority, and yet without : w hose etlieie ill col la bora 1 ion the w l,ecl of progress would have been sailly rc tarihil. it not stopped aiioi thcr. sti y s a writer ill the Philadelphia Medical .lout nal. Chief of these helpers are the nurses. Tin V save -the lives of many doctors ewry day l assutuiii,' roponsibilit ics liiiknowii to their predecessors, and so rvMiiitg the work of its harassinj; "ear and tear. And w ho e.111 ea'etthii c how many patients' lives are saved, by the alert trained mind, ready to recoynie .!a;ii; r in its uttermost outposts, and mi able to summon timely aid? And et for this v cry reason, because w e arc s.v dependent upon these teoKe helpers i:i our work, we should ut t cr a w am ins a ml niter a p'.c a for still higher uud :;el':t r ideal in ibeir work. The trouble with the rank and tile of our nurses is that they tire spoiled in their training, for the out s;reat dom Ir.. ttit ttr.pu!e of the ttoe nutse. old :";.shioned us well tis new and trnimd. .'-nu! be the tender love of the si.-k a seu ,t : in t.ie world eiuy n ;i with wtirtn h-art 'tin li linii'.tj; :i mis thtlv filltilled and skilled bit of lite :t o! vv t't.ll th. oiis.ht tl-.at rail! I- -.-I .-houi.i hr.v e a chair en "ties, eor.t it.ua il eitipliasir. . t""fse th- t mot lentil, hit- reti.-ioif. side ef h, r callintr. this that v.c Mi-ily believe e tt h--il. ninatit impulse tie a risrl.t ti ettt.r the sick v t- e-fv tit. in tin uneonv. rt ei! ; r-L-h-t to enter the pulpit, or ...tt to be a painter. All i!t s-.t'.v rstrueture which can be make ttt for this aw ful tt ''.fir foundation. ; . halt-, ;i 'rrtiial . titrt ship. .-r '::r.ke tri tl,,- !;:r of it. for I ..-.e - i r vf. -sor 10 irspir- ,11 1' I- e.iu r s: s 1' .1 in pi e . " that bv will lit. eeen most ail o;r tratn : ! cr.n-.e to seek for e jra-t ice, I tlm! 1 rue cal'.injr is rare .ittLf schools, some 1 l.e;r ter.-.pera'ure , :ti!f. the influenef- '.'Xi free,".-: it" !y to 01 a ciri's lKUur.ii Hut the f- a to1;- own ro p; ai-. then, is due )';d in Wtiitham, .tiity is made the the woman first anion ir the pnnr in 1 has ev rv induce afVeetion in a sym- -hst ioiiship thus es ring the hnspitu! i.e titid let up havt not have seienei I. f the love and ' Kior-'nee Niu ht iu ithout which 1beri .i rt ssful nurse. EXTRA CHARGE FOR BREAD. Ona of the f iistnint of Knctisli Inns Vlint l)n Not Please A merles ns. ' ' 1 '.;:'1 tn'-i.i r-n.arke (t.t'v r-t tcr en ,t. I'ol 1. as Ht-' 'ashlotl rmngest things about of Knsilish restau 1 a gentleman who nrned front a viit In a Va.-hii!L'ton Stat cn-totn of charL'ini! s 1 i'-c of bread which r liistan.-e. a day or t w r part m e from the I'.rit ish a mark of esteem, invited i-h fri-nds to dine with f the mr,-t celebrated of ile Wot uid restaurants. repast was served in a jiri room, and everything went ,)! tell'Ily uii'il the cidTee atid ciar was l-aehid. ?nd I asked that y bill be brought to mc. There, to . u't'-r a.-tonishment, the bind . 1'er, in the hear!r.L' of the nsscm--d eomj.anv. approached me, ami in i'ji'i nif: askee: 'And how many end- 'ave you 'ad, sir?' "'I Lis question I could not answer, I hud not been en traced in counting e 1, umber of slices consumed, but o:,; of my guests, who had evidently kept track of the bread, noticing my -tiibarrassmcnt, said in my behalf: 'Four piates.' "'Ah!' muttered the waiter, 'that's ot.e shillin' li 'extra,' and, after adding the amount of my bill, he handed it to in for inspection. , "Of course, I paid for the bread, but I have been wondering ever since I old xo why the American custom of not charging for 'the staff of life' is not int ro! need over there." . r,r. :. .B p.v- fr.edir he .i tls- : iiff'.int 01 M!i rf ffce art of "plair-jlLg," picked U 1' ""' : I a r.,nV haftdfu! from tne re and car ried them off to the tammf r. "I onlv tpI 'he rr.alr!- ool- ,2i" fce said, sweetie. Willie ?sed af'r her fiercely for a then bgan to count th'tn all llumlIe-I'uip) ut Alilerahot. We are familiar with the statement that the llritish army is not managed as, a business, but followed as a sport and the criticism n clearly quite BOiTiid, though too politely worded. A sport conducted on the principles which prevail at Aldershot would be describable as a species of bumble puppy. In this country nobody w-nuM . hil-. t be excused for settirg ubout' serious oser i cricket in the fashion in which gen hut 1 detal The street Plaaa. The peripatetic muslr.iar.s who prufc the piano organs through the s'reetf must hai a rerT poor opinion of hrs. man nature, say the lionton Tra script. They cannot love those ssho re fute to contribute, and they must bsie a supreme contempt for the people siho are willing to pay for the kind of rtiusle that it dealt out by them. An Srgiasil, Wamma Didn't I tell JOii. Willie, that you were not to go out in a canoe? Willie Hut, mamma, the u.'.i me that was one of the !. way, in the world for me to learn how ts swim.-Urooklyu Life. Ainerlenn ( locks In (lilnn. When a ( hinamau is swagger he be- clock. These alarm clocks have found their way into every city nnd town in the empire. . There i nothing the celestial is so proud of as hist alarm clock. If you take up n dozen photo graphs of Chinese yon will see that they always have the little clock on the table at their elbow. Kansas City Star, i?tc 1 ! minuses ,ater, when lie , tlemen who are siirnosed tn be ni r-ad a second time almost emptied the cert conduct the work of instruction &. Te again raided his stores, j at Aldershot. Ht. James' Gazette "1 oo ten fc; in .:. mere a a rrODrjt of storm, hut it ended j i4 V U;'': .ii'nr.r. n f.r.r.t. n , , t V 1 . " ' "'! , . . , conies possessor of u cheap American r"8'B- Iiut bB Pf'ftrated P ' i un third outrage Vie3,all brvhersent lorth si eh a roar t.t f jry aid rushd i;h his ease before th maternal trl h'.'fisl. "Jut a ron as I get them near done h eomes along an' takes away iot of tbem I've counted, an' then 1 b to count tt sshole hafketful over sjrsrla.." "Yes, tui. man," protected Tusle, slrtuoiislj, "I always tell him just how many I take." "Ves. yuhdo, tnh mean thing, yuh,'' yelled Willie, "hut yah know very well our class is on'j bglnnin' subtraction!" T Reaaawr l.rees Stains from Calleo. Uisnolve tsso ounces of pearl ash in a quart of spring water, to which add two lemons cut into imaJ: pieces. Mix this well and keep It in a warm state iso days bv placing it rear the fire; strsin it off and keep it in a bottlt f'.r Mr. T'j ::.e it pout a little upon the part, and when it disappears wash the patt In cold water People's Horns Jouro-l. DID THE HANDSOME THING. A Mnrrjlnit Mlntaler Who Found .No Fault ssiiU tinnilillns; Pbrnara. In s To'iuiH' of roiiiin'svences just pub- lMud eiitiilc.l: "Tti ivldniR I'Tly in l.it eniture aisd Art" a minister ie..Ues his ex-peril-nee 'with two wud;iit in the same town oil the same d.iv, one in the nioru inf, one in the Htieituvn.. "Tlie lirst wed-cuin'K-c 1 ri-ce.ved w .is $10," lu'M.vs, "a veiy l.om' r. tiiiiiier.it :.ui tor the phiee and peo ple. Atter the second wciidins the lest nun eil iil me into a private room and Litis Joiiv-M'ii me: " ' nit's tin" lax. pat sen?' " 'Any thin it vim like, or uotliiiK at all,' I stisvveit.i. i i..ive iieiiuenl.) leeeivt'd noth- "s 1 , , . "'New.' said he, 'we want to di this tli.n up in s-.vle. but 1 have liad no ex- pes ein c in ih:s business and ela not know v ii.it i.i prefer. eu n.itue our ti.;ure.' "1 scistcd that the Kgai charge was two ll.-l'.l! S.'' "'IVi.aw. he swld. ' 1 his am t legnl. Wei n itit to elo some: liiu r in.iseine.' " 'vio ah.-aj and iio it.' 1 said. Whereupon he tvthvtcd a moment, and then asked me h.wv niiuh 1 had received tor the wedding! o; the nierturi!. I " ' tea eio' l.ir.' I replied. ''ll:s face briAhter.ed at once. Here was a so.ntion to t:-.ee Uieii.tv. 1 ;1 see K. at-.te.' he remarked, raise I e-.. ' . ...I .,M ' 111.- . i. ' i-.::u live uOiiirs auu ea.i. iiucicupuii .i::ded me U. GOOD IMITATION OF SURF. It Was (Hi It the Housemaid's llroom ou the Matra, How ever. v.m, I, .Mil tl.aTtrtrtl, .1,,. to live, have joti, old man':'' said a North j s.,'.e young man lo a trietui who had Rone ! with hia tatiu.v to Kenilwortli to spend the summer, relates the ( 'hieago Chronicle. "Ves, we have t iki n a house for the sum mer close to the edije ot the lake and 1 tell yen it is bully, immense. It is (treat, tor the eld n. an has in. proved in health out there till he is getting as frisky as a sthooiboy. lie said betore moved that if he could onlv cet w here ha iu!d hear the surf when he woke up mornings that it would do him ' a world ot xond. The first morn in after we ! (tot there he woke up about five o'clock and tailed out to mother, who was still asleep: " 'i'ay, ma, do you hear that sun' coining in on the shore? Isn't that the grainiest, thins you evvr lnard?' "Ma protista! that she didn't hear any surf and1 wasn't listeniris for any. Father s (t'tied and went to s!ce( afiain, hilled by the ' noisie ei vv r.ai ne iree.aixii was tne suit. Tae doer et liis room was open and he sim ply hoard the s w i s h of our little housemaid's broom over the carpet downstairs, r-he gets up early rvvry morning to do the front rooms and hit- broom make the tinet-t imi tation of tl.e surf you overheard. "X i'.v, if pi w.ikes up when it isn't sweep ing day ami kick because there isn't anv furf on n.a jnl steps tn the speaking tube in the next room anil tells Martha to sweep up a little suit and father is soon asleep aain." A loted Knight Templar Owes His Health to Pen We c:l for .-.in-, bv Hall's '1'. J. v We, t l Chiticj ;' F'' How's This? ir (tne Hundred Hollars Keward is-: ot Cat u rn laat cannot be cured i .itarrh t. ure. io my i Co., lrop?., Toledo, O. .- ttndi 'rsipned, have known V. .T. r '.lie lot la years, and believe him rttitiy lioiiorahle in all business transac- t.ens and linat-.cially able to carry out any cl-lii::itions made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To lo.io, O. Waluing, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drugg.sts. Toledo, O. Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. 1 'rice 7oc. per bot tle. Sold by all Hru-grits. Testimonials free. Hall's l'amily Tills are the best. Too Much Iiit.iKlnntlon. Phe is a woman much given lo romancing, an 1 while fhe is inver iiitrntionally ma il o ils she h.ts a way of stretch;!. g things that often makes trouble. They were dis c ti --In tc h.r the other night ot supper and somebody w.,s telling of the wonderful en tertainments she is always talking of giv ing and never gives. "She has so much imagination," said the head of the table. "Imagination," remarked the man who P.ngs, "why, that woumn has art imaguiation that ten eunseienrrs couldn't keep up with." Washington Post. Hest lor tlie llowela. Xo matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right. Casoarets help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost vou just 10 cents to slirt getting your health back. I asearets ('indy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal holes, every tablet has V. C. V. stamped on it. lltware of imitations. Fate of Ills Muiiinenls. "les," said Mis. Hrown, "my son Thom as has had an aivtul time playing football. Hut loin's ipute a hero, ile'wiote me all about it. He said the professor at his col lege told him he h id only three Itjyments in ins hg. Them three ligyment are what hold the loot onto the leg.' Well, Tom says that a year ago he bruk his lirst ligyment, that's the outside one, m playin' tint game M.-th i'urcioo. Then in placing the Sham lain university he broke the second ligy ment ri'-ht short off. Ami jest last week in playin' with some college ftom liulianna he bruk the third ligynient, ami now there ain't anything mi airlJi linhiin' that foot on except skin.'' Chicago Tribune. l'l-TNiM l-'uit:i.is Dtps are fait to sun light, washing Uud rubbing, isu j,. ali druggists. An iceman was the onlv person who pos sessed sullicient coolness tn meet and dis patch a mad dog on a Pittsburgh street the other day. Carter's Ink isjust as cheap as poor ink and is Ihe best ink made. .Always use Carter's. THE GENERAL MARKETS. Kansns Citv, Mo C.TTI.K-Il(.of Ptwrs j, Native stockrrs 3 Texas aiul Itulian steers 2 IO( ,S . SIH-IKP , WHKAT-No. 2 hard" " No. 2 red CO!t..n. 2 mix,.,! " OATS-No. 2 mixed HYK-Xo. 2 FLocK-H,,,-, wilt ;;,;;;,;;,'; 3 Soft wheat patents .... 3 HAY Timothy .. a Prairie ? URAX-Saeked JtCTTKH-Kxtra to fancy CIIKKSK-Kull cream ... I-irjUH iuiahiks-ii,,,,,,, grown .. ST. LOUIS. CATTI.K Native steer i Texas and Indian steers a Oct. : (n 5 m mi (ir 4 ::d Sr. ift 3 7.1 ) i I (i?ij 10 (ii 4 IHI (S OH m :tiu, 23 Vi 41 25 f 3 35 M W 3 (10 tl fi 10 ill) GO (q 8 2.ri 03 17 20 11 ti! Yiu 03 13T(i 22-'ifl' 25 ii HOOa-l'ackcrs Kill-: HP Native muttons r'hfl'H-Iiitents .. WIIICAT-No. 2 red ColiX-No. 2 .. OATS-No. 2 .. P.YI-: HITTKR-nuiry MtV SALT M13ATS UACO.V . 7 3? CHICAGO. CATTI.E-Steers 4 IlopS-Mlxed and butchers! 4 blll-.KP Western 3 I--,OPHsprmR patents'! 3 MlllAT-No. 2 red .... COHNN0. 2 OATS-No. 2 IIYK-Oetoher l.ARD-Oetober . I'OiiK-Uetober .....'." new tonic! ' fATTLU-Bteers ... a iioits ; sii!:i:p , wiii-AT-Nn. 2'red ('"H.V-No. 2 . O T5t . R 4 tCi (if 4 40 (ri 4 70 (if 4 00 W 3 05 fill 72 :ir.'i 22-14 4K (fil IS issc 7 no 8 37'i 40 i?t 6 00 55 fit 4 !l !l (it 4 11) 40 fi 3 H) 'Vii 75 7S Sitj) 7 Oil 15 IV 25 (ti 6 50 00 CU 5 35 50 fin 4 00 7"''i't- 77'4 45 Sj) 4Hi! Too Much for Him. Docto rWha'!,. Yc""" dyspepsia no bet ter, DA you fol.oiv my advice and drink hot wat,r an hour before breakfast l'atier',-1 tried to, doctor, but I was un able to fep it up for more than five min utes at stretch. Chicago Daily Kews. READERS OP THIS PAPER D Estill NO TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK FOB, KEFUSINO ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS. ("alone! T. P. Moodr. Prominent Kniirht Templar, is well known in every city in the I'nited States west of Buffalo, N. V., ns a Jeweler's Auctioneer. In the city of (.'hi capo an a prominent lod(e man, heinff a member of the K. T.'s and also of the Ala suns. The cut shews Colonel Moody in the costume of the Oriental Consistory Masons, IvL'nd depree. In a recent letter from SflOO Michigan av nine, Chicago, 111., Mr. Moody says the fol lowing: "For over twentj'-live years I stifl'orod from catarrh, and for ever ton years I suffered from catarrh of the. stomach terribly. " 1 have taken all klndsot' medi cines and liuvo been treated by all kinds of doctors, as thousands of my niMiuakitunees are aware in dill'ercnt parts of tlie United States, where I have traveled, but my relief -was only temporary, until a little over 11 year ago I started to take lVruna, and at t ho present time I am better than I have been for twenty years. " The soreness has left my stom ach entirely and I nm free from indigestion and dyspepsia and will say to all who are troubled with catarrh or stomach trouble of any kind, don't put it oil' and suffer, but begin to take l'erumi right away, and keep it up until you are cured, as you surely will bo if you persevere. "My wife, as mjny in the southwest ean say, was troubled with a bad coirpli and bronelnal trouble, and doctors ail over the country gave her up to die, as they could do nothing more for her. She began taking I'erunavvitli the result that she is better now than she has been in rears, and her cough has aliim-t left her entirely. The soreness has left her lungs anil she is ns well as she ever was in her life, with thanka, as she says, to l'eruna. Yours very truly, T. r. Moody. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly be coming a general curse. An undoubted rem edy has been discovered by Dr. Ilartman. 1 his remedy lias been thoroughly tested during the past forty years. Prominent men have come to know of its virtues, and are making public utterances on the subject. To save tlie country we must save the people. To save the people we must protect them from disease. The disease that is at once the most prevalent and stubborn of cure is ca tarih. If one were lo make a list of the different names that have been applied to catarrh in different locations and organs, the result would be astonishing. We have often pub-li-hed a partial list of these nanies, and the surprise caused by the lirst publication of it to all people, both professional and non professional, was amusing. And yet we h ?y-yy jv - Colonel T. 1'. Moodr, of ( ('HtiiiTlri'iveiily.llvcYciiisiui, )Vast'iii-e(! lit IVruna. have never pniim, r.i . .1 .. ,1 .... which are classed as catarrh. It - contessed, However, to see even th- list drawn up in battle amy is nt;'' pailing. If the render lcirettfctii e'Kioin nun a snort e.po-:tion c one, send lor our free eui.urh book ohi0; El O El Satisfaction 1 '.1 ..T" . r is unusual wun rive-ient cigars smokers, but it has been the every day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smoked g Old Virginia CherootsS during the last thirty years, because S they are just as good now in fact, better than when they were first made. Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked ttis yer. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents, n m o S3 SI Two Trains d Day I Texas. The Cotton Belt Route, via Memphis, offers you two dail; trains to Texas : One leaves at 9.20 a. m., the other at SJO?."1 The trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis momfe inrl av.ninrv tn 1 , -ft' , ,,. .... 0. . filing hi plenty oi time 10 maite tms connectioi Tlin Totlon Bolt cffr Ton tho ontek-st nu a riorteUeot5 'jjrwi enmfortnlilo I'.mclios nrid Kri Rprllnl., Chnir C'arsi lio JiirUr fit V rlto ml tell 101 n hern r uroi-nliic "nil whm roll will " wo win 1011 you wlit Tour tloKot will post nnil wnai. inim --- r nuke th best 1 1 mo anil o-nnorllnrn. We will ulsu "ouil i" " ""' estlng little liooklol. "A Trip to Tim," W. C. HtlEl, D.P.A., Urnpbli, Ttni. t. 0. AMIS, T.P.A., Hijhlllr, Tin. B. n. SUTIO". T.P.A- CMIiMfU" . WYATT. I. f . A., ClDtlHitl, Obi. B. ADAM, T. P. A . Cairo. III. G. W. LaBEAUAtE, Q. P. and T. A Sf. Louis, Mo. JjMUWMM.I.I.H.I Cruel l'arcnt. Motlier 1 that all you have to do on wash-day sit around and read? Daughter 1 was just reading about the haniinir gardens. .""ell, if you are interested in that kind of stuff there ia a garden liaik of the house just lovely for hanging clothes." Indianap olis Presa. 't he Drat I'rravrlptlun for ( Mils and Fever Is a bottle or Quote's Tstelfsi LBnx 1'osui.- Itis Biniplyironandqtilnlnein utiintelessfonu. Noutue -no puy. Price "jOc. Other people don't amount to mueli when you use yourself an a standard of compart ion. Llncago Daily News. A Colonel in the llritish South African Amy aays that Adams' Tutti Frutti was a blesitug to hi men while marching. . ift'rui? tfpprrIat"! P'Tintess he ha. New niake-uP---'liicago Daily To Care a tol J In o.e Dny Take laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets All druggmtsrefndmoueyyiti The Dnahlns Hiplorrr. , P,L" Kjplorer-Whnt shall I call my new lecture l,latform.-Baltirnore American 4 If J W UNION MAnt-- t.!t, fltl TT fr, . . . -.7 Ilnnnv f II 1 T 1 T"1 " '"'" Hale's P.ke'.Vi 0rl,mi!.nd "nA Tr "Pon . colli I 'ke a Toothache nropiiCurein oneniinut,: An Atchison man has been refusing for years to get any new furniture, because the old was not worn out, His wife slomied cI,lnd i,,Vited h.',Vlirce wph"w.' to bIhedIhe7i;fSr . ......:.twiii, aunn,, jan. , 1S0O. If Ton hare bwvn pay liit4 to .1 for slii". a trial ol W. I loup! I H:t or tt3.r0 shoes will convince you that thrtj nra just ns goml In ererr war auI cost from SI to l.fiO I"" Over 1 ,000,OOUwearcra. use . 0n B'lf '.".-.Jr. . ETtLETC VJk tvflP-lk,tI ... .. . un oi W it n are i no mrp: pbi : . f and B.l o thora In the "r ' ' ) nil 11 more 9.1 and 93.K ' ;; wio tini iiituiiim' BEST $3.50 SHOE. Th.. ropiil ''iJ l.I nouslo i.wawlj.1,, Tfrjwhrrr lhro.ier.oiil ";,. The, hv. lo lm.-. b. I . -r '; ,, lion lhn etlirr i",1",. !r oli-fH m hich tt.it lh w ... oiur.il tnori for th'1' hno krn mill tlmn nv auk 'riii.; it I hi pot rlirSl "vvTTr.':;':'-! Itll.ttwil.N ii'"" inli. i,n Bn oltlOf Dinn i, - 'i-ati.. xl.-u't. YMirdr AKK TlHi BIT. .,.i(l"l llirm i we pivr Otio deilor oxelu'l' ' iiaTitiL Ti.ke no lllulrl lli":''n.p-J r. V. j , w ,, . , ,k,.i (or ". firtorr, onoloiinit price ii'd p;,,iB Slitf k.nit.idrithor, ilro, nn w'i l"' ' (,iMi'(. Our lion will rrnoh Toll '"ii'll.uni. W. I.. loul... Blioo V. " DROPSYS rni.fi. Kookol testimonial" I u, ill 1-ree) Dr. II. H. UKKKS S slltML-- A. N. K.-F Th... i. r . , ipirio j ' 11 .. onir nn man, -i. " I bo "'l , .m mat i. ,n the heart.-lUm'i florn. ' KTi ?lm' Iff VJr JUiCalfbaiTSl IHItjDWrXlU3 ' ailaa.