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8ATURDAY.NOV. 4TH, 1905.
PHILADELPHIA LOST $6,330,000 Mayor's Experts Hake Report od Filtration and Boulevard J003. FAVORED CONTRACTORS GOT IT Philadelphia, Oct. 30.?The report of tbe boanl of Investigating eng appoint?? last July by Mayo? \\ to examine the Altra'ion system < city and the Northeast ani S<?uth?'rn Boulevar?: BBder consti???. whlii: was submitted to tho mayor Saturday, has been iiih.1i? pub lie 1? ? - gbjm jir Caaal OUI? : tates En ?Corps, who investii ?nnah barbor frauds, and John Donald rinon. of Washington. D. C. The shows that up to date the city has lost throe . illegal advertising and in sum of $ 0. Tbe ?contra at the more than $1*? < hn- have been ar*.? I>. J. iiol & ? Ityan and John \V. Kelly and Va; ra. als held . bl? by the nditltms In conni? tion with th are J?>hn C Haddock, who was Bf publie works under Mayor Ashbri.:*???; i'ct< r B. Ooetello, dli of ?* .Mayor Wt until r dist mlssed him, and John W. Hill former inau of filtration, who Is awnitini? trial ? : s of fraud and ' tin'?? tion with the ? Ultra titm svsteui Te report says: "Omitting ? :i all sniai we fimi (hat for the li'.t rat ion work and the t*Ao ? ?Lo date, the < ity lias paid or pledged bleb in? ludes an allow * profits. Th?! diff?r??n< <? la >? 0 in round nui ts beea paid for ? .ug the <ontna<tors '???: there tius BOB? rn who worl ? 11 J. Mi?? Niehol, |S,OC?l.lt2? similarly to Ryan ?ft Kell? nd to Vaie l,i??tbers, I - re re? main?- un Nichel ai l| . .?. 'raets are in? complet??; the ?siimat. 4 com? pletion <?f tbe existinK ?Utl la at contract pdi.es hi alw?ut $1.? D. At a fair price, alh.wing 20 per cent, protlt. woul.i be $1,1 The dit!. y will 1 ?the?:. "The jriii? paid for the thr^-quar tent o! a mile <>: Northeast Houlevard already o?>nstru<tod Is $552,348. on which there was a loes to tbe I IT. If .1 at contract iitional tost t?? the city will be alH.ut ? 0 and the a?ldi ?0. On the Southern Houlevard amount paid to date is tttMtt; th?- loea on t. and a quarter miles built has been $89.G v..?bte at contract prices woul Mit, and th. additional loss v.ould I?. |t In other words, the total ?-??st of both boulevards as planned at lontnut prii?<?? wonbi have ????? p $7,1 -i the total loss t?) the ? Ity IS.7M.000.** The r? port then says much of the work is not ilrtft class. One of the ' prtiflts were J ina port says, wa not permitting fair eompetition. The advertising was v.ln?ily inadequate; scar. ? than a pr< t??nse. NEW PUBLIC PRINTER Charles Stilling?, of Boston, Appointed. By the President. "Washington. Nov. l.-Th?? pr.-sident! lias appointed Charles A. Stillings, of Boston, Mass., as public printer, to j take ? I eaber l. Mr. stillings* Is Lianroier of tbe print.rs' board of trad?? of New York city. The position which Acting Publ'c TPrir.u-r Hi? K.-tts will oet upy under the new administration Of th?? afT:ilrs of the government printing office arfJI detei-mined by Mr. Stillings. Mr Stillings was ted with a Boston printing house for some years and was once se?-retary of the T. tbetae of Washington. Surgeon Stricken at Operating Tabla. Chi?ago, Ntjv. l. -Wli?c he was performing a serious operation in the Michael Reea hoispital. Dr. J w. Os? wald, one of the leading Burgeons on the North Side, was stricken with par? alysis. The operating knife dro; suddenly from his hand. It was pi up by an ii.terne and given back to biro, but it dropped from the doctor's nerveless fingers, and then the attend? ants understood. They carried him from the room and another surgeon completed the operation. It is not ex ?aeeted that Dr. Oswald will recover. Mm Is 42 years of age. Burglars Unable to Reach Cash. Jamestown, N. Y., Oct. 31.?Burglar? blew open the safe of the S locum St Dlckman private bank at Sagertown. Pa. Before beginning operation? they ?ut all telephone wires leading out of tbe village. Six thousand dollars were In the safe, but the burglars were unable to reach it. New York'? Population. Albany. N. Y.. Oct. 31?The popula? tion of Greater New York as t?*??***.??. by tbe state enumeration bureau on June 1 ls 4.014,304, as compared with 3.437,202 In 1900 and 2.501.414 In 1890. The population of New York state Is 1.066,672. A WEEK'S NKWS^OH DENSER Thursday, October 26. James F. Barnea. awaiting trial for murder, died at Butte, Mont., from aelf ad starvation. Bruno A. Bahr, a Chicago messen? ger boy. was killed by falling 11 stories down a ventilating shaft Secretary Hitchcock will recommend the abolition of all positions of land office receivers in the western states. The New Jersey State Council of the Junior Order United American Mechanics held a two-days' aession at Trenton. Rev. Charles M Sheldon, reform preacher and author, of Topeka, Kan , ls seriously ill with stomach and kid? ney troubles. Friday, October 27. The second annual convention of the National League of oPsfmasters of the Fourth Class was held in Wash Ingten. John Adams, colored, was convicted of manslaughter at Buffalo, ?. Y., for killing Joba ?.tahain, and sentenced to 10 years In prison Four p. raaavt e*ere killed and IB In? jured In a head-on collision between Bger trains on the Rook Island 1 at Fairfleld, la. Th?? s<-rretary of the interior has withdrawn from entry 300.000 acres of land in th* * (Wye.) land dis? trict, with a view to errating a forest reeei* . Saturday, October 28. Will F. C ranger, an a? tor. was shot in t!?? e.v?? ?luring a p>n'orman Chicago and will lose his sight. The plant of th?* Central Manufact? uring company, at Connellsvilie. Ini., : was destroyed by fire, entailing a loss of $110.000. John J?obaaoa was sentenced at White st Sine Bl ? r IS for the minder of his e "Cphraim md killed near Mount Vernon. Ind., by Thomas Ridley, ?. In a pistol duel by dorn? al le trou! I.esping beadloavg through a window f?iur ? iwn to the stri evade tdolpb Perbohaer was instantly killed in ' Monday, October 30. In at Porter, lini . John Kelly. Jr.. of Roches I Mr* John Shimenskl has died in burns <1 tiding water thrown over her, It is alb-god. by her husband. Cbalt*atafl Shonts, who is in Wnsh fric tii.n I elf and Secretary Tatt Isthmian canal. Many Japaaeee recidente of South? ern California are harrytag boa go into the newly opeaed coma. Maa?ebarla an I is. of appoint? ?1 B| commissioner b 13 b>i?-ig!i gov? ernili ?nts t?? thank theaa for partici? pating in tlie St. lea, Tuesday, October 31. <?? fatally. Of a B. & O. train ite? Island. n'nth annual coar? ntbn of the Bl As reme and the ? u<-Htnpment of the I nitorm Rank. Knight*? of Pythias, will be hebi at New Orleans the third if. ? ' Beard? n. m?>ne>? or.ier clerk In tl shot and killed hie? lo turn over hie cash drawer and books ??>u. No was dls Wedneaday, November 1. Thr> -?? ;? killed in a gas explosion in a OOal mine at i ford. Ark. nel Henry (' Ward, of the i'th : red after 42 years' active Aaron .). Levy, a lawyer, was arrested in New Y?.rk for aiding and abetting? : ion. Syh ridali was caught by a' fall of soap.-tone in a mine at l;< llaire, ! O., and instantly billed. Henry Bills, aged 7u years, of I O., while intoxicated threw his wile against a door and killed her. Charles H. I>arllng. assistant M tary of th4? navy, has r?signi-?l, and Truman New berry, of 1>? .1 suc? ceed him. PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Latest Closing Prices In the Principal Markets. PHII.AHKLPH?A FLUIR qui.'t; I winter extras, $3.1*?<?3 3U; V nia roller, clear, $3.?'.uh 3.75; cl?*, ? fancy, $5?ftd ' ? RYE FLOUR firm: . pat harrel. $S.M WHEA1 No. :. |, new. bl ) , No. 2 ? ? llppi 37c; lower *?ra.i?ta, ll.Vl Una; NO. l timothy. Targ ? t PORK stead j . !.. BEEl :.ams, $23 POI LTRY . Lire firm: h roosters. ?Se J ? fowls, lsVfcc.; ?.Id roosters, 9 : i. 25c ? BOOS New York and ' ?J'.t-ii "b><? p?r dozen. P< ? Iteadv: per bushel, CL? ? , BALTIMORE - WHEAT Urn. 2 r? ! - '.mer No. 2 sp southern, ?? - CORN flm; p Sf??t imer mix???!. Me, 11 strong: white, No : rS4V : No ? ::u- 3: -v. . 83'?? 34 t'l4/31*4c BtJTTEH separator extras. 21c; print Pennsylvania dairy prit ts, 2 EOC-Sflrm; fancv Mar y le ni *vi\**,nia. 24c; Virginia nnd West Vir ginla, 23H fj 24c ; southern. 22?? How to Sa, r *????????? ?ail Dnnters. Bave washing and da ? g$J old newspapers for cleaning. Th?*y are excellent for window polisher*-., fir*t rate for sco?irliiK tinware with and are as good sn ? brush for polLsimig a stove. The prudent woman will al *a*aye keep a g ??? pad of newspapers at hand and use It for wiping up grease or water spilled on the gas or coal cooking stove, for it will ?-??able her to keep tbe stove clean with half ? the usual trouble. CARE OF CANARIES. Bow ?o Properir Fet?4 aad Look Aft? er the lon?*trn. When the canary is In - ordinary health tbe more plainly it Is fed the better, says the Pittsburg Press. The usual mixture Is what Is called black ?nd white cu nary seed, tbe black being good summer rape. Of this one part is add???l to two of the other. It is Im? portant, however, that the s??ed be good and clean?that Is. frt?e from dust and grit. Tbc canary seed should be fat. glit? tering seeds, and before putting It In the tin of a morning not only should the tin Itself be ? leans??,!, but the seed should be put upon a piece of white paper and the dust or grit, if iiny. blown away or removed. Iu addition to these see?ls a little green food must be given, fresh every ?Iny. but not damp. The beet are prol?a'?ly plantain, ripe groundsel, ripe ? -hi? k weed, a lit? tle lettuce or water cresa. As to dainties, tb?? less of thesr? the better. W?? ? iv. perhaps, make an ion In tbe traditional morsel of sugar or crumb of sw??et biscuit, but a bird will : _? that bus nuuli ? Water should be given frodi every morning, the little glaaa fountain ' previously well rinse?! out. Soft fllter ???1 water 1? best by fur. A great many ita art? indm-ed by bard wattaT. In the wild state birds drink tb? water from the li'itves. This is pure anil contains, of ?ourse, no bard; Sund I? another important sin?? ??na non of health. It should be : ? or gritty and very .lean. Per? haps a aea aarad any. Th?? hould alWBja ba thi-kly strewn with this Immediately after lb?' ref*C Is .? In the morning, a apt In tbe b*t>BBC for tbe puip A song ?'9u?ry will not do well for any length of time lu a stuffy, badly ventilated room. Fresh air Is essen? tini to health that tends greatly to keep the bird iu Is a sun bath. ( Mi tin?? should ha so hong thai tbe ? pball penetrate the .ml?.?, bea snine time it must be remen too much beat is ver*, one-half of the cage sj?oul?l be | ably ???\.?G???1 ?? i:li a cloth. Tbis cloth .ou?es In handy lu s. Other wars ut night. mplo; irty when the tei tur?' Is low or likely to he. ?In such ? ms the ?\?t???? quite ov??r. but In summer a part ? ba left open, may he IWtfBlied also at I anything is being ??? In the ro >m likely t?> frighten the bird. Borne birds rurally timid When th.?. :"-?? so, it Is Tying to tame th.in; the heart is ? they Beed extra gentle treatment. We bave kiinvii a bird ..f thai ? whil?? s? wing. ? ? of linen , ?low ?. cr. Of fresh air. the bird In the wtntei hung In a poeltloa we hav?? air? ii?'... ..it t > Ith In D Where ?as Is burn:;.. bird must he In this roOOB tl?..? sliould be lowered ai.d p.irtlall? ?t?*?! np. ; and all ?ors tin?! to injure the health I slow!? ,-d. to cause G.;..? ss an.? ? loss ? th dally In fi? ls an ?'xcllei:?. ' In th.? s Bag Canary. ? ?-alicer makes as g ?xl a bath as nny. t! t??r being clear rain water. It is u-nial ly placed In the cage, but If th? baa been tanned tboro .1 al? lows! its freed aea for a time every day tho bath should be placed on a - or on the floor. The l?!r.l will come to look upon this as ? luxury and the cage remalna un? no??? to Clean Oat rich Keatlier?. To clem ostrich feathers make a lather of pur?? soap with ? little nm-j monta In It. using about a ?piarf of ?ra? *??r or more If tbe feathers are large. M-.re them to and fro gently | In tbis, then lightly press thein stem to tip batweao the thumb and timrer ami1 do the san:.? in an ??.|iial amount of eteer hot water. Repeal i?i eeM ?raaai slichtly Untad with blue. Ilintr the fiat ?ur??. ui? to ?Iry where there Is a draft and shake nt intervals G,efori dry gently shake them before a tore or they can he partial!? by steam over a pan of ?pick hoilinc G and finished as ?lir??.;? 1 OOOab cftr?*fi:lly nn I curl any stray strands with a silver knife. Host .o Wsih m Cha mol* Veat. To wii-h ? chamois vi?st p-???????' the dirt by Wi ? warm water, ap? plying soap. Dry slowly. n.?t near the lire, as that will harden tli?? leather. When it is nlmost dry rub hat your bands until pliable and soft Aft? er it Is ?ltiite ?lry gl\<? it a good brush? ing with a soft brush. Th? a ???.? on nn ironing board. I*ut a piece of cot loth over the vest and with a moderah'ly warm iron go ov??r It and | I out all kles. Then it is ready for us> as be? fore cleaning. How to I.e??en Kll.-li.-n Ton nor. In every kiteb??u th?*re should be ? : very high chair or st.nd Brad also ? , very low chair. Plain ir??ning and ? mu<h other work can he do Beateti on a high stool as standing and at a great saving of str?'tigth t?, the worker. The low chair is useful ? for resting or for sitting to shell pea? ' or string currants. j , Hos?/ N> Reetlfr a Too Salir ntah. In the case of accidentally gattina. I anything too salty it Is possible to remedy the mistake by adding a table Spoonful of vinegar and a teaspoonuM?; of sugar. For "ii* r*?ason the quVkeet and best way to freshen salt fisb is t? aoak them in sour milk. How to Clean Varal??. Stained llanda To remove varnish stains from the hands rub with s little inch; latex! spirit, wipe off with a pieee of rag or ?oft paper, then wash with soap and water. Haw ?? ?lake Mould ?Ine. To make liquid glue put one ounce of borax In a pint of boiling water, add two ounces shellac and boil until sbel lac ia dissolved. GRACIOUS ? ?si iTALITY. Row to Make* Tour ?.??rata ????*/ ss? Cassar '?-taSI??. To give your aoepltallty graciously yon must gt*ve it with a dex*ldedly fee tire spirit, ssys s writer in the Chi? cago Tribune. A hostess Is like a com mauder of tight :->g forces on wboee courage, dash and coolness victory de? pends, and to be a victorious entertain? er you aBBBt ? >? let your needs, wor? ries, dlaappointmi nta bendache or Irri? tation show ba?nr* j mr gu?*sts. Noth? ing so ?li- limits a guest. nothing ao ap ?sure as to see that tbe bead >f . ??! anxious. that ri ala*** an?l beck? oning softly ?: aat to call her attention ?.? ? that aha le dis? traete?! ftasa earav? aitlea?, thai she an? swers s-.iiie met? ?t of tlie family sharply or that sl? is constantly apol? ogizing and explu inn. While acting in he capacity of host? ees take thought a order than your manner will I mNxliment of placid a*aad teniiwt: and allow no acci? dents, mistakes ' shortcomings In your careful ami --tirent to bring a HOt'lled look Into your eyes aud a frown fa y ?tir ?? Doa*1 IH your company see that in the baking of cake, in tin* dustii g of rooms, airing of bada or arraagiug of *towera for their benefit you bare worn yourself Into a st.it?* of lang ! fatigue or n? rv ous Irritation. 1? > cabe baking if I'.v sj y tate your? self for bringing I to your parlor a clear bead, a light earl aad ? tendj laugh for \.?ur ana? '! ? art]] like your gay g?xvl bur r and s mi: fremir well aa the most ?lahit \ ?? by u tired, har From the moment the first guest nr t is graciou- end n< 1 not only ipilte rc:i?ly but delight?'?: ntt?-ntion to pi itlon ' nml d:v?r .? all p., ?i of self and ?'. oof look Dtrl r BBXlOBB your I .tinny ? lat while your your are really In tb<* kitchen. If you coatti lied - of ? ?: h. the BOI good t.ik?? tlielr cue from fem, but th??*? will far sooner ? and forgivi upon letting tbe t dampen - ? for the Ho? f.. li.. Mnnt ? ,.-fnl Tltlnar*. ???I in , tepid aoapeada aad tad In ? ng water. *? ? ? ap> It b:ir?le: sinl*? . and "bright nini ? Is for ? hould ? ? dam; Tb? ?.: ited house sh mid I If I <>r a f??w ti* In ? WI, them bent il BOt barst U again Just I days ?jiiart of t Hoar I?? ? h???>??- l*r????-r U rilinc ; Ig paper sad detnarods that paper of a g-??? 1 qnn Ity be need, either In white or en -t ?a v?*ry dull blue or gray But tb?* erblb per ls eoii*-i?ler?-<; taste. The mn | be either the sniootli velimi ai tin* rougher linen, as rarefi must b<* ; un? 1er SB OS?? ruii-ii papar, t :. . 'y for children and : >u!,i l ?? discarded jijvt a? BOOB '.uro?.I t?? write properl" ptopea an? alwrayi La ajead tastar, aad n sanctl - ? af aa velu;-.a than they are re for friend l; .'-e. mam ??? T???? Urlttl?* llalr. ? ??? it de . wrong ;.!??nt which I phy? sician sboul.i . dt ed. An ??\:?? nal betp : r ibis ahai ni? tbe j - add ten drops of oil . : almooda, a tea? reap of wiiini and twenty dro rits of nwemary. 1 ben >tir. I ? the ?ntly manipulating ??-iib th?? tager rips -ill tbe t.in?* Then and dr\ with He? tn Rtrllf-,e Kriin?-lii:il Troahlra. To ? ? roca tion for broli cblal eff? ' rter of aa ? ? ii.'ilf Ba oliti???* of eui-alyptii:* oil .-unce of oil of ? 1 IBBB HUBIIBI Of BB ounce of all of :? ? and keep La a g ? ? on tbe fir-t epa* al trouble mas-.. . r . with it. It a?-t- | and sootl. ? ?? ??: ?... . ..oi?- t.ioen. Tai>; "h aa> hroi?!ery ? ? amber to sp -ini \- .: fa f Ot ? E paper and make a netwoti. back and forth over it- ads?*s. ?ar... t:g tbe Btit?'h?*s about i.u Inch beyond tb<* tear. Thin places aad break* In linen may be run with baa Of embroidery floss and tin? tow?is should be tended in tbe same way. THow ?o Santi Kl?l ?.lores. In washing had gloves, the kind that can be washed In aoap and water, don't make your rinsing thorough enough to get out every particle of aoap. It ia a good plan to wseh them carefully and then to rinse them in dean bat soapy water? ao that a little of the soap Is left la to keep the aid ?oft. HINTS FOR VISITORS. ?????? to Reply? ??a aa Invitation and Trent Tear Friends. After receiving au Invitation to pay a visit It is not courteous to reply to it Just before the day you are to ar? rive, says tbe New York Journal, but as soon as you have ascertained that you can be away from home at the time the invltntlon Is f?vr it should be answered immediately, so thst your s can make arrangements for entertaining you during your stay. As It Is very probnble your hostess will meet you or make arrangements to have you m??t at the station, be sure that you mention th<? time you e.\p*?ct to be there, as nothiug is more annoy? ing than to wait about the station di' every train come In and uot seeing tlu* person you have come to ? t to have a guest arrive Just lu the middle of a meal, when everything is cold and couse?in??ntly uot what they would wish t > off.'r you When e\pe?ting a frieml on a visit the hostess should always try nml ar? range to g?? her ??f to the ?tarden to ??st If the traveler has a rOatg ? ?** or bus not s?-??u her friend for mimi?? tini?' th daily when the visitor alights from tto nan Bttd r?eea the well known U fe?'l limili more w?!? ?une and at home than if she has to And lnr way to the house alone. If the length of the visit has beea mention???! ba the InvitatiOfl it is heal not to run the risk of out-faying y.?ur ? a at the end of the period first state!, as. although your u to stay .... a day or two longer, this fieu done men?!?. titea of form. When on a visit to friends you will : be sura :??i?l to 'make ;i i?i ? take adrante?*? ?>t their ; ppear Ing late at ni?? nf? your ? about an.I iny other tiresome - whi< h are noi ?able . but ?>nly cause ? Toa friends will ? (ertala you all da] have > perform In v\h to them, but dont on any ? t in the way. and win :. ba? ?? ? ; are sure ir room which thoufahtfu provided by the . writ,? . ? will My tind your : note paper, it I? al\? . to git?? her ajueal tha beai of everything both as rega: and entertain in?'Ut. and hat ? ?UM. show b.-r a by : aud entertaining in her turn, m that sh?? makes bereelf ? welcome ? for whom rth while ? the time |'.i?s pleasantly. and you am?..??! h -.?. ? i.. n ' t forget to thanking ber for t it ion? ????? made for your comfort and the ?u arranged for jroer eujoy Ul??llt. Mow ?o I lean I'nnip llUhea. blllial | vol y .ii. who tak?-s th?? dirty, I pana and other camp ug outt.t ?low n to tl ? here tli??!*?? is plenty of moss au?l sandy mud, and ther?', with h.s ????? alight, 1? complacently down on a ? - by thr?? ?? u Iful of miul Into the G?> m?* pan. 1 hen be dips np a httie lit of water and a handful ??f lim-s pro?e?sls to I und ? >:i every ?lirty dish until the ?amp culinary furniture ?shines like a brand new pin, s ?:. I us?,l t cleenUneea <?f this proc? ? pau that has had grease burned into it II is really ? been that mee ?io not leali] g la camp asked to ?lo it and theu It???. ??. Ma la? ?. r.-.-nit? ?*>" .Inni. Afte - tlie fruit to ? ? the jars full. ' er ?if ?rater, j? ?'? to have the a 4 the jars into th?? fr ill After boll ug one half hour or until the fruit bffl der lift one of the jar- and turn off the ini.?.? tl ' ? into I Kettle. Add stilli, ient ko a p? ?i rdrup. When it i?oi!> fill up tbe jars, let thciu stand In the boiling water tea or fifteen minutes :?. then lift eut one at a tin. Real. All bla i- >>f plums ar?? alea put up in the sam.? manner. II????- t*o Ciri? For We? Clothe?. do;; ??.?!! wit in the rain sbolli?! be <?:?G???"??11? dried Ix'f..re being bung away, says th?? .New York Journal, or they \??:? mildew. They shoul.l ba liihtlv wiped trlth a ?Iry cloth or ahaken and i!. l out to ?Iry. Should th?? dry they should h?? pre--???! under inns lin. Another thing to rememb. in rainy weather is that nothing takes the freshness and Ix'iiuty out of gar? ments like rain. It is advisable to have older Bjauutajla for rainy days E raaj the dampness of the atmosphere will render < lothea limp and shabby, though the rain may not fall directly upon them. Hnw to Cream Certain?. To cream lace curtails, add one ounce of yellow ocher to two ounces of ataren, mix it In the usual way with boiling water. Strain starch to It of lumps It Is best to soak s pair of curtains at same time to Insure both being same shatle. White curtains can be made ere.tm in this way. Ho? ?? ? til niareafton. People arlth ?? I" dbjBB tion should drink no w.n*f?r with meni?, but take a glassful b*i!f :?? h >**r lief ?re and drink plentifully nn hour or so after each meal. CURL I ?CURE ACUI^F?RC?RLS ou owe it to yourself, ?is well as to othra who are inter- } esled in you, to make yourself as attractive as pos? sible. Attractive n??ss will contrib? ute much to your *uicc?8*?-botn socially and commercially. Positively noth? ing detracts so much from your appearance as short, matted un? attractive curly hair. ? taken r-sost tirrc arres two ???? vt.r or cvmcvit W????. rati man a paraon yeor Irai ?tt.prrasto* to ?Saarsa?! lar???!? I,y ht, or bar ?spaarao?.?. Tb? urn, applira to y?u. I c. ? liai ???. Wa a-,???. - ? , ia bl* bsnaoaal ?pi?.? I- ? ? -,.? ? fr. m a lartY'a or r<?? ae aii.rh aa IS? hair - c-nMlltj. good t>r*rd -?? h a, Ihr hair ? It takrb of ???? hair by y I? lira is all th* tara* mum h pode a auccrss'ul rain takra - yoa ?riJOT ?ao a-**an? ?aay and o?ly on? ?it ib ajtsb h -b ,M aurartlr* a? tha Boast - < ?<x? ha?? rsrr brard ?**??? aa a pn? . ? hair and aca.. *?* al?aya hiiaaa prri?ct r?aul?a Cu-i-i Cura M a? l.1?al. ?af? p?ra?rat?o? a Bit ataba* klaky. curly hair atra(?at We ssaraiMaa ?I aha? ? ? is a ?tale to???*?, ?-Iran? and aoftraa Ika many ?brra of ? he hair, aaakiac th.-mi aoft ?Ilk, p?abl? r miMirtl Poaltisriy prrsm?* ih? h?lr >n.\n? dry. harsh, brittle aa* srraa M Iroaa br?ak:ns rtt No mattar what you bar? tr??-" im, mt-irr ?bat ?ou ?a-aat. yoa ar? dois? >-??.????? aa lta???t'cr ir yot? . Cu-i I Cur?, *v? fuarantrr I? poslllrrly ro Ao th? ?ratk b?'f?r. ?..I ? ih bNS <??? ??? ?no Ir^n? antatutrla -'?.?> thaa anythiaw o? th? klad lo th? ?rort-1. ?m? par )?r - only hy th? I 'mole ??I?. Owr r?a>*?taikon la . --paralan? ia ahaniirtrlr pur? ??-???,?? ??.? ?, , ? ?, , ?h? aa? of hot iron, ?r hair atnr?r? aad ?-? do? r?u?? ii to ?-r?.??-, off and h?r?et? ?fry aad brKila?. av all riprra? ?barer?. Srnd *?**?? of**<< --? SB**A*afS monry or-rlrr. aa ?r ?ba n?4 ahlp (otxla C (J ?- ? rt'.r aaaw aad addrraa ab?is Ij ha LINCOLN CHCMlCAL WOSKS. Aunara, a*. /-?? a??,r? ,*? a?'- ?p/m ? ?r?/e a.? (S-taa*. ??? . CURL-I-CURE ' ..* ????? ?*?.? W*?fc ts. *?,. fu. .*. m ?m ,h. ft LINCOLN CHEMICAL WORKS. Aurora. Illinois The ?T. V. Hawkin's gp^?g?y?* & [TatADE ???? 1*1 <.i> I FICKI?.] Ra? B*rot?***l to be a fbrtaaa to bum j of rh?? aa? fortana, a, who ??r?? to-day ?UliKht???! with ite wninl^-rfa! re-uilf-. ? ht? merits t?f l:?ir invilir ilMii u itur.i?y plm-i??. it p? h si ?h ??re ?' m. und rhe frlowiDf*' ten ? ich ?>ur pateona tppak of it ???* ry risiili?? \Vi> run wall ?? larire pat-ronng* ihr ?(rhoat tbia and .?? ninifmintimi <>f th?> ******* b?>*at wlut- I bla miiiixiiiiu mum ?v. In order r?? ????sivin ?? (!;?? n -, i?f lilt? 11???!? - il ?ir ?,i frmn linn' tu tim?? pn .iu?-? ii print ?!?? i ? ina ,,K j-riiii-- do ac, ?srfao Iriw ?l-*?? 1 mir nun.ni/ iba ? **?ttannine qu*lut?*a W [eejtn ?aa ! nui.-n i? ? natural ?ad ? ? iaetr-adiee.? of which w* ? in print. We ? remind *bn paM?n th*t th .. rum--ut h:is ???'-? ?.nil eUal patata? FaftbU "?i < ur h n t?y ? n ?- pi?.?????-?.-il ?nd ?, ?r m ?um rea i?>u ?-t nitiliiiK ?imi -?|?:????? ?l.-iili ? U] p ?WtiV.lv G?1? ?il nil impuni l'Unir oa Uaaaa T<saapa?a . ?r Bad t ttatada, ? h lion?] <" ?Hit - ???.? Faxa Boani ili? r milk, s ? n?? u-. <.f ? t ir??!*-- dui || ?K?. Muli, ? .-.ni b -.?: ? l-v I' -? ggf- \ ,??.,?-.-, ,.f lutala, astra la Imaaaaa ??n ?il aai ??? eltj ??rii?'r>.'***?a,i*fl A?l Ir?-ss mi ? -iminuiiu'iitixiis |?n MME J V. HAWKINS, ?Il V Hr-t **.tri-.-i. ? Ki?*lini??riil, Va. -pNor-fR, ??;?n. M.mT~ mil. Phone. 577 Richmondy Va A. D. PRICE, Funeral Director, Embalmcr and Liveryman. Ail orders promptly filled at short not ?? ?? t-y t.-i?-?raph or <na Halls r? : :1??? and nice cntertaiun.? ll?nty of room -?-a.- it li all niencee. lrar-ii* pisnic or tiand waKona for rates and nothing hut first-?lass carriages. buKKlea? ly on hand fine fua-eral aupplltaa*?. 212 East Leigh Street. It? -hi. ?? e N>?t Door. OPEN ALL D\Y & NtGHT.?Mao on Daty ?? Night STRAUS' SPECIAL! Old Yacht Club. PURE WHISKEY Will Satisr.v th. u,\?-r of the right kind of stimulant Sp.ni.-tl pt We hav?? all gratlcs of gtHMl liquor??, tra and l??L?t?????. fall and se?? Us ISAAC STRAUS & CO., 422 E. Broad St., R.t?h ? > 11, ViT^? ii ?. GEORGE O. BROWN, PHOTOGRAPH ER, -imi St.. Richmond, Va. .. . H.-tur?*! KtilarK- ' Ho?, to M u Ur ?All'ili????? Opsqur. If joaj v? lab to ab H ??? any j ?p can >i ? i? re y - manner. I in a littl?? hot "??? ?i'i epsom sa:? t u ill >?. Pain! * dow. When dl*f you will bave u fair imitation of g Haw to Kill I.Inn? of I'rnlf ?tlntna. r. u.? ?taina ? ? ? ba ? ?aaei ad table liner? bj th?> Kt*?!n with milk and t: 'ing with pow?lered common til'e salt. After Ward wash in tha ordinary man: How to Brlsxhfrn Tlsnsr*. To nia'-e tin kettl?*s. etc.. as bright a? new rub th?'iu with a woolen rag dipped in kerosene. Polish with a ?oft newepap??r. Kerosene will also remove ?tains from Tarnished furniture. IS THE Si ?? .?? and sec <'Ur large ? ? of t?aby Carriages, Dressers, Suites, Chiffoniers, Toilet Tables AND ... Automatic Refrigerators. ?? G can have the advan , tage ol OUT great stuck and ? re.it values. Wc are of? j, No CHEAP VALUES, I ?;(>ods of such ? HAL VA L^ as will insure 5-011 con? ic nee in us. Do not fail to at least ! INSPECT OUR GOODS. We are sole ?agent? for the Maoey Seo tional Book ? as? a. M\( KV-WEEMt IE (0 ni.iM. i.mi.Mdv SYDNOR ?fc HUNDLfiY. 711-713-715-717 S. Sre-M. S.