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WHAT PURE WHISKEY IS ISfan ISran ISCan
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drink before imbibing It It Better still stillsmell stillslllPII st stsmell iii i
smell the drained glass The least dis disasripable disa di diarr s
asripable a arr rpable eable or foul odor betrays pojson pojsonin poson posonin poise poisein o in
in the whisk whisky Perfect distillation distillationmoans distillationlllpans distillati fl flmeans
moans tho careful separation o of the thefirst thefirst t U Ufirst te
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the poisonous impure essential graIn gralnl graInoil grailml i
oil ° l phlegms faints fusel from frommiti the themifliling themiddling
middling miti lling product good potable spirit spiritry spIritYry spirtVry t
Yry ry likely tile majority of the thethi cheap cheapwhiskies cheapwhisldes ap p
whiskies thi kies either for economy or from fromisnnrance fro froi froiRnrnrance
isnnrance i nnrane carry more or less of im imIWties impnities i ip m i
IWties p rities Such defective liquors cou coufl1 could couldCf d
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tions made in ant life life says Andrew udre
Wilson the th scientist Was that which whichshowed
t I showed that a a certain rtn1n red ant has hasevolved hasavolved
evolved the habit hmbitbf 6f f web spinning inning the theways ± he
t ways o of this species w I r e noted note In the
botanic gardens at t Peradenlya Pera e lYR Ceylon y1on
by B G GreeB aree The exoordmary
part of th the story is that tbesfe ants antsnsed antsused
used larvae as their spinning splnnin machines machines
the larvae employing thelrlllk their allJc threads threadsused threadsused
t used to make the coooons as A Jhe1r rheirsew heir sew
ing machines Mr Green took Some some
leaves which had been sewed together
by the ants and unfastened unfastened the stItch stltches stItches
es The separated edges wefre drawn drawntogether drawntogether
t together by the ants nn and then an hour hourarterwa hourafterward
I afterward arterwa rd the larvae or grtibs gr bs held heldr heldin
r In the mouths m < < Itba of the ants were seen seento seento
r to be passed backward and forward forwardncross forwardAcross
Z across the gaps made ma e In the leaves leavesThe
r The movements of affuegrobs the grubs were du duIy duly ¬
ly directed by tbe the ants ant and nnd the silk sUkr silkthretlfls
r threads span by the mouths of the lar Jarvae larvas
t vae soon aoonrepalrcd repaired the defects fects in the ther theleaves
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t The most magnificent work of arch architecture archltectum archteianre ¬
tecture Is the Taj Mahal In Agra gra Hin Hindustan Hindustan finflustan ¬
dustan It was erected by by Shah Jehan Jehanto 3ehanto Jehanthe
to the e memory of his favorite queenIt queen queenIt queenIt
It Is octagonal In form of otuYe pu ure e white whitemarble whitemarble whitemarble
marble inlaid with jasper carnelian camellanturquoise carneHanturquoise carnelianturquoise
turquoise agate amethysts and sap sapphires sapphlrC6 sapphiret3 ¬
phires The work took 22000 QOO men mentwenty mentwenty mentwentypeara
twenty twentypeara years to complete and though thoughfree thoughthere thoughthere
there weroCree wero free gifts fin and l rile e labor wasfree was wastree
free tho cost is estimated at 10000
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The following followin remarkable fftory ap
pears In Mr M 1f whlghams Manchuria Manchuriaand Manchu Manchuriaand n nand
and Korea K rea nA A Oossack In a fit of ofdrunkenness ofdrunkenness
drunkenness had shot a Chinaman Chl l aman andit and andIt andit
It was necessary to bring several ever l of ofthe ofI ofthe
the men to the bedside of the dylnc dylncvictim 1Y1n dyinvictim < 1Y1nvictim
I victim for purpose of identl Identification catlon at ofthe atthe atthe
the culprit The Chinaman however howeverrefused boweverrefused howeverrefused
refused absolutely to single out the theguilty iliaI
I guilty gul1 man saying Why should he be beI bekilled
i killed since I must die le in any anycase anycaseI case caseThen caseThen
Then ben they explained to him that the theman thenn theulna
I man nn would only be severely punished punishedI
I to which the Chinaman responded that thatsince thatI thatsince
Isince since he forgave the culprit culpritbere there was wasno wasj
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the theory of the punishment was was ad adQuced adauced adfluced
Quced as an argument argumentthe the e Cossack Cossackmust Cossackmust Cossackmust
must be punished in order that he hemight hemight
might not repeat the offense offense Butsaid Butsaid But Butsaid
said the Chinaman he will never do itagain it itngnIn
again when he knows that that I forgive forgivehim forgivehim
him and thero tb thsth matter ended endedf endedA
A Blush 6dontltict Scientifically is Defined DefinedNot DefinedNot
Not long since we were asked to give givea
a a scientific deflnttlan etlnttlon of the word wordblushf wordblush
blushf blush We Uurn tlve made an effort efforttram effortfrom
from irn anatomical nnatomlcl11nnd and physiological physiologicalpoint
point cit c < x view vew to give tfio definition definitionblush
A blush Is a temporary erythema and andca10rlfic andcalorific
calorific eflulffenco ettuJIJOt1cG effu nco df o f the physiognomy p
aetologized by ay one ope perceptiveness of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sensortum l when when In a predicament predIcamentat
oi unequllibrllity unequllibrll ty from a senses sense of ofshame ofshame ofshame
shame anger or other cause ventuat ventuatIng v ventuating ntua ntualng
Ing In a paresis of the vasomotor fila filaments
ments of the facial capillaries whereby wherebybeing
being divested of their elasticity they theyare theyare
are are suffused with a Radiance ra dlance effeminat effeminntlug effeminating etrem1natIng ¬
ing from an Intimidated praecordia prnecordIn50uthern
Southern MedicineDemocratic Medicine
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Belgium Is probably the most demo democmtic democrntle
erratic cmtic of all the monarchical states statesThe stat statrh
The The rh king oi v the Belgians not only does doesnot doesDot
not wear a crown < rown but has not evengot even evengot evengot
got a crovn crown to wear w nr No N coronation coronationeremony
ceremony Is known to the constitution constitutionsthe constitutionthe constitutionthe
the sovereign Inaugurating his reignsimply reign lgn lgnsimply
simply by taking an oath to govern ac accord1n
cording cord1n to the laws Moreover Moreover the thebirths
births of his children if he has ht s any anymust
must must be registered In exactly thesame the thesame theSllme
same phraseology phraseolo and In the same set setof setof seto
of o books books as the births birthsof > f his humblest humblestpubjects humblestjects humblestsubjects
subjects jects
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Canada who is willing to sell TheCoiORED TheCot of D AMER AMERICAN A1IERlCAN Ai < IER IERICAN ¬ c
ICAN on a liberal commission Any boy with push pushcan pushcan pushcan I
can easily get up a large list of weekly customers customersand customersand customersand
and make considerable money The work ork is ispleasant
pleasant and and I frj
agreeable need not take up more morethan morethan
than lli a few hours each week weekHERE weekHERE
HERE IS OUR PLAN
We will send free of cost ten bright new copies of THE THEeOL GOIi
ORBD AMERICAN which you may sell amongst your friends and ands andneighbors
neighbors at the rate of 5 cents
s per copy and tell them you would
like to bring them the paper In this way from week to week al ¬
lowing them to stop when they
please It will be easy for you ou to
get up a route of twenty to a hundred papers which will amount t tto =
to 100 to J500 500 week Of
a this amount you may keep twofifths twofifthsas
4 as your profit This means that on every ten papers sold you hare harea
a clear profit of 20 eta two
a or dollars a hundred We furnish furnishyou furnishyou furnishyou
you sufficient papers free of cost to start you and enable you to toi
i try the plan We pay the postage and run all risk Could
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and reserve territory In your town Address AddressTHE AddressTH AddressTHE
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REV JOHN GORDONJ GORDON D DD D DPRESIDENT DPRESIDENT
I PRESIDENTIncorporated PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIncorporated PRESI DENT DENTIncorporated
Incorporated March 2 1867 1867Gives 1867Gives 5867Gives
Gives opportunity for Higher Education Educationto Educationto t tto
to all without regard to creed race raceor raceorsu raceorsuTen or sex sexTen
0 a Ten departments departmentsr departmentsTneological Theological eologfc l Medical MedicalDental MedicalDental JedlcaJDental
Dental Pharmaceutical Legal LegalColJegllte LegalColJegllteTeachers Collegiate Collegiatei Collegiateryq
ryq HINGT di 0 i Teachers Commercial Preparatory Industrialconducted Indus Industrial Industrialconducted ¬
trial trialconducted conducted by one hundred competent competentProfessors compct competentProfessors nt ntProfessors
Professors and Instructors InstructorsTuition InstrnctorsTuition InstructorsTuition
Tuition Free except in the Medical Department DepartmentMEDICAL DepartmentMEDICAL DepartmentMEDICAL
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTincluding
including MEDICAL DENTAL DENT L and PHARMACEUTIC COLLEGES i iThirtySeventh
ThirtySeventh Session SessionDAY SessionDAY SessionDAY
DAY SCHOOL FOR NEW MATRICULANTS MATRICULANTSTUITION
TUITION Turrlo FEE IN MEDICAL AND DENTAI Dg AI COLIECES COITEG EACH ACH So SoPKARMACEUTIC 80PH SoPHARIIACEUTIC
PKARMACEUTIC PH MACg IC COIIEGE COIi EGE y70 y70ALL 70 70ALL 70ALL
ALL STUDENTS MUST REGISTER BEFORE
OCTOBER 12 1 1LAW 1904 1904LAW 1904LAW
LAW SCHOOL SCHOOLOrganized SCHOOLOrganized r 1 1Organized
Organized 1868 1868Applicants 1868Appllcants i
Applicants for foradmission admission to this wellknown we IIknown I Law IawSchool iw School must be A
over overeighteen eighteen
rs of e
and possess the proper qualifications Matriculation fee years ye ofage age
1000 strictly in advance t tNonProfessional 4 4NonProfessional
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Non NonProfessional Professional
Departments open September 21 211904 1904
Theological Department opens September 28
1904 59oat
Medical Me ical and I Law aw Departments
t < open October i igoaFor 1904 1904retary 1904For
For catal catalogue or further information
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