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KICIIMOyP DAILY PAUL, VPIUM. SATURDAY, XOYEM HETl 23. 1901.
Hay's Ilair-Healili TEST ITS WONDERFUL HAIR RESTORATIVE POWERS To prmre whtt this cwt Hair Beautifier will do for yoo, every reader cf f his paper who has not I'tcA it and is troubled with dandruff or with the appearance of rr v or faded hxlrcr bold spots may have by mail a sample bottle AUSOLLTtLY r KtE. (See free botue oner.j MAY'S HAIR-HZALTH I CUCDV BflTTI C h Chili ww a a.. ; tf aula nr i- r LARGE 50c BOTTLES to restore ray or fadei hair to youth ful coir and hie. It acts on the j roots, giving ikcrr. the required our- i fehjnent and pfsiiiviiiy V -duces j t..nru.nt th:' k Ilz.it on ba! . " fiat a Gj-ajr t Jsf- V," j tC3SirrjTv o! hint: re '.z x- rr ; Hay's tinrr-teefti r t . ; y , dressing' arid a neiresry ar' t: ct rvf-ry tot let, and uni'fce osner r-rc-- a-nnons e:-rtt a hea:hfa? a.v r. n : the repots of the h.ir, ur.-"in-r iS o.v.r ; t r-ja:n it 3 onri- c.ior, WaictlKr , biaoi, brown or gokkn. i Leading Druggists. I Ccotl fan 25c Cako : HASSSA SOAPm IT WILL KEEP YQ3 LOCRINS YOUNG. H. H. H. has been a b.ess:ojr to thoasand who have beeo gray or ha id. May ' Hair-rtcalth is a healthful hair t-Kxi, restoring youthful color and beauty to cay and fadtd hair. k.-inoves and ptrrrnij dandruff and .top rH?mr ao breaking of iUe hair. It is not dye, and posi:;vciy wiil pot dis color the scai;, h-icda or thins?, and its use cannot t-e d-iected by yottr be tnnd- Prevents hair iaiiinsr after sea bathicz or much perspiration. Or.e Doll's Dees it. Cut out and sign this coupon in five days, tatee it "to any of the fbtlaw"is H--:-r-it, and ther will tv yon a larj;e bottle oi Hay ' Hair-Health sad a bc. cake of Hxfina Medicated 3oap. he?t soap for Hair. Scatp. Compiexiun. Bath and l uiiet. Wih !or 50c ; re-uUr rw-e Redee!tied by lead- in druggists everywhere at their shops on!v, or Sy the Phiio Hay Special ties Co., Lalayettc bc Newark. N . J. either with or without soap, by express, prepaid, in piaia sealed package, on receipt ot 00 cents and this coi:ren S J10M7CC Any person r-urchas'uig a oottle of Hay's Hair- WWMItMII I bb Hfauft anjrt.-r.ere in tbe U. s. ao nas not Been benetitcd, iiuy have bis moorv bav:tt by writing the Vhilo Hat SracixtTres Co . iti Lalavette St . Newark N I. Address. ........ ... ...... Remx substitutes jMsist tm htv&tng Hay t tiaxr-IIeaith. W ttarftna. Soap FREE per offer, m r ouowinjf tjrugsisia aappty nay 'a nair-rjeaiin ana nanuut aoap to ucir snops only : --t Name.. the great hair stimulant, is so re markably satisfactory that an ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who Lave not already tried it may have A Bottle FR by mail ; also a book that tells how to have beauiiful hair and com p'exicn. and contains testimonials of mnr-,- of the thousands who have retrain.--! beauty and youthful ap irsncc t - u";ing Hay's Hair and :i2r:ina Soapl Cut out this spccJ OKerand enclose it with your Name-.-.-. aad. Address Phiio Hay, 231 Iifayette St., ! to Newark, N. J., with 5c. (stamps or cash) to pay postage, and we wii! st-ad, prepaid, a free samnle bottle of Hay's Hair-Health. Druggists cannot supply Hair-Mea!th free. If you are satisfied that Hair-Health is what voa need, buy a regular eqc. bottie at leading drag stores, and pet a 25c. cake ou part in uis ttrtlituiig r-roauciiou. "A Cbaut-? EiniwssiKior. E. n. Sot hern announces that be will appear i IIit-liari Lovelaw" asaiu this season. I-aureuoe Irviaj;. the au thor, has rvvisied the play. Harriet Forth who lias uiad th act- ins version of "A (;euti'i:!:in of J Frant-e. wi!l write au original play ! for Edward J. Morgan, which may be ; usei nest season. ! 1 Robert Etleson's stt liar debut nest season undt r the tnanasenient of iieii-j ry I. Harris will be made in a d:-is:ia-tizntion by Augustus l ltomas f K: ii-j ard liardiajj Iavis' novel. "Soldiers of i Fortune." j A tcn-ccr.r package cf this tlcllcious year rouad luxurj- NONE SUCH Mince Meat' IW3 l5;:3 P.5S, ,;r you r,-r Jt. TfrCn CiT;c fjc- j FIELD'S, 901 Main St; ADAMS & CO., i01 Main St.; FIEH'S, 830 Main St. ; QUIGLEY & Dl'NNN, opposite Court House ; MAGAW'S, 201 Ft. VVavne Ave. ; ALLISON'S Pharmacy. Main and lath Sts. A. i. LI KEN &CO., 628 Main St. MUSIC AND SEASICKNESS. Tlolli lUg to 4,-'i S Kilometers 1.000 unef. I)r. See calls attention to the fact that he has never seen any marked spots ou the planet's disk, not even when the sky was absolutely pure and the image of the planet perfectly deliued. nor has he seen any diruination of brightness at the edges of the disk such ns would be produced by an absorbing atmos-j phere. These results agree in general with those obtained at the Licit ob-' servatory and disagree, in resject of the markings at least, with those of Piarapple Coaipoie. j Tare and shred one pineapple, rising a silver knife instead of steel; add tt a sirup made fn ni two cups of sugar and one and oue-ha!f cups of water. Cook slowly until clear: then add the juice of half a lemon and a wineglass of sherry: set aside to get cold. Serve on rounds of stale sponge- cake vvliii whfpjied cream. You can buy little penny s'tosige cakes. Hollow these out and use fur cups for the fruit The crumbs can be dried, rubbed through a sieve and added to the w hipiwtl cream or put away for another coiubiue hi another dessert. 1 ... : JJ Qoslot IVertboin. Old fashioned vrorkboxes, tvlth nu merous couiiartnients, utilizing every inch of pace. are occasionally selected for the country bouse. They resemble a small trunk mounted hke a low table or stctol, and in comparison with mouern work; receptacles tuey appear j exceeumeiy quaint. " Nore Such" U "condense!" that is. oimprersyi in a ury.cteau wrtn, anc packed in arr-tijUt. a.tcr-prooi cartons. o. vtnifs " tlUickms Kot-i-rs in e .-ry p-ltMC-. V-liihl rwmlum l!st of IKT li.wrs !,r-w ' silwrwan- wiuh1. IVnsi. oi nnlrators. Lei i- know it Tour usKt vtuaeatusuMMyyoii. XVe will tell fuuwuelhat will t'id ui. Fn;it Podding and Fruit Gate Ktcrreil-Soule Co., Syracuse, N. Y. PERSONALITIES. id Slram.hln Sohjret to the Same Vibratory Corvn. Some interesting investigations have oeen niaae at tne .viassacuusetts insti- Scbiaparelli and Mr Fercival Lowell, tnte of Technology in Iloston into the j - principles KOeruiug tue uiraxious 01 How Aboil John Bteel steamships. These vibrations, as Las been known to naval architects for some years, are practically the same as those which produce the musical note f a violin string or a piano wire, ex cept that the result, coming in the form cf seasickness, is so much less agreea ble. ItiJt both the violin string under the touch of the performer's finger and the great steel hull shivering under the stress of her lowerful engines are sub- ject to the same vibratory curves, call- -d "loops," alternating from place to place with points of rest, where one loop neutralizes another, which are called "nodes." Trofessor Peabody of the department cf naval architecture at the institute points out that when the great express steamers were put on the Atlantic lervice it was noticed that from time to time the ship's vibrations increased without apparent cause, to the great discomfort of ail but the most seasoned I passengers. Careful observation show ed that such excessive vibrations took place when the twin engines got to run ning in unison, so that when one en gine raced ahead of the other the vibra tion was again decreased. Later it was learned that just as a violin string has a certain number of vibrations a minute which determines its niiiv, s.i also a ship vibrates in ac cordance with its own natural time and is most seriously affected when the revolutions of its engines coincide with that time or any f its multiples or sub multiples. For example, if the great vi bration is noticed when the engines are making tiOO revolutions a minute, the vibration will be less at 500 or 700 than at 400 or 800 revolutions. In other words, just as the open string of a piano may be made to vi brate by the sound of the correspond ing note or as a bridge or a building may be Jarred by certain musical chords or rhythmic impulses so a ship responds to its engines when they are in time, as one might almost say to its own musical key. But even so simple an expedient as the changing of the angle of the propeller blades is some times effective In reducing a vibration" vrhlch at high speed seems likely to shake the ship to pieces. rrofessor reabody adds the amusing statement that when an afflicted pas senger ou an ocean liner seeks his bunk bis discomfort may be still further in Tylerf President Uoosevelt is the first occu pant of the White House in whose name the letter "a" does not appear. Not only has that letter appeared In the names of all previous presidents, but also in the names of nearly every one of the sixty-one America us who have received votes for president in the electoral college down to William I J. Bryan. There are only eight x ceptions o this rule. Leslie's Weekly A Relic of Antiojaitr. In Haroldswick. in the Shet lands, a Whalebone viking drinking horn in good condition was found recently in a grave that contained human bones, togethm with those of horses and dogs. Tl.t grave is probably that of a sea king buried with his horse and dog in the time of Harold Harfager, a thousand years ago. The Winter Jingle. Winter time, with snow and sleet What's a little snow in'? Ain't the apf.l.-s ripe an' sweet? Ain't the Sdile goin'? Come in thar. you fellers all; Don't be standin' g"in the wall. Pon't you hear the fiddler calif Ain't the fiddle goin'f What's a little weather now? Cold Is never kiii.n'. Here's yer sweetheart ! Make yer bow; Kiss her ef she's willin'. Come in thar. you fellers all; Cold times tandin' 'g'in the wall; Swing yer sweeilart roun' the hall; Kiss her ef she's wil!in. Atlanta Constitution. NEW FOOD FOR STOCK. creased by the fact that his wire mat tress has a time of vibration which co incides with the vibration of the ship Itself. Semrthlns 5n on Jnpltf r. The great planet Jupiter has frequent surprises in store for those who watch it closely with telescopes. Its vast belts. composed apparently of clouds, are con tinually undergoing changes, and occa sionally an extraordinary apparition re wards the patient observer and sets him to wondering what is happening on the giant planet. IHiring the past summer a conspicuous dark spot has made its appearance in the southern hemisphere of the planet, and its mo tions are being studied with much in terest bv astronomers. Some twelve years ago a similar spot suddenly sprang into view and drifted, with ref erence to the surrounding surface, very much as the present one is doing. When it passed the celebrated great red spot it seemed to be driven from its course and afterward became strung cat In a reddish streak. If the new spot lasts until next July, it will also over take the red spot and may suffer a sim ilar fate. These things are interesting as occurrences on a world nearly 1,400 times larger than ours. Youth's Com panion. Diameter of the Plaaet Meresry. The planet Mercury has been meas ured with the large telescope of the United States Naval observatory at Washington by Dr. See and its diame-1 Satisfactory Experiments In the Growth of the Cassava riant. Mr. C. Menalas, a well known cotton buyer of Jackson, Miss., who owns a valuable farm in Lincoln county and on which he has couducted many valu able experiments during past years, has recently turned his attention to the cassava plant and now has samples on exhibition at the state treasurer's office in Jackson. Mr. Menalas secured the seed from Florida and planted it during the month of May. which was a month or two too late. But the result, says the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, has been highly satisfactory. On a single plant there is at least a peck of large, fine roots which look and taste very moeb like the sweet po tato. From this first year's srrowth Mr. J Menalas is confident he has sufficient seed or joints to plant two acres next year, and he does not doubt it will pro duce something like .; t in to the acre, perhaps considerably more. If it does, the problem of how to produce cheap meat in the -so'.nli is settled for all time to mm, :;s a p ,;in;i of the f cassava is knw-vn to be Hittnl to two pounds of corn for fattening purposes. Ex-Presidont Cleveland will be in vited to deliver the commencement ad dress at the University of Nebraska next June. Lee Choup. one of the wealthiest Chinese merchants in New York, lias wound up his business and is about to return to Cantou with a fortune of $1."0.000. Jacob C. Brautigam. who recently died at Montclair, N. J.. at the age of eighty, was one of the Chicago pio neers, for he established there a book store in 1844. Frederick Archer, organist of Car negie Music hall. Pittsburg, and one of the best known musii-jans of the country, died recently of cancer of the stomach, aged sixty-three years. President Uoosevelt still finds time to take plenty of exercise. This has been a regular daily custom of his all his life, and he does not neglect it now. as he believes that to it he owes his good health. Canon Isaac Taylor, who was widely known -through his book on "Words and Places." died recently at Settring ton rectory it the age of seventy-two years. His great work was 011 the his tory of the alphabet Adolf von Gross, the Baireuth bank er, has for years borne the responsibil ity of the general and tinaneial man agement cf the Wagner festivals. He is a son-in-law of Frederick Fenstei, the great friend of the eomposer. Emperor William is a soldier even when he goes to bed. for he sleeps on a regulation camp bed. such as his offi cers use. The bedclothing is of the rough regimental pattern. He retires j at 11 p. m. and is up and dressed soon after 5 a. m. The Earl of Crewe is perhaps the most versatile of English noblemen. He is noted as a w-riter of verse, as a bibliophile and as an art connoisseur and critic. He has also held several government positions and from 1S92 to 1815 was lord lieutenant of Ireland. King George of Greece is very un conventional when he is in Paris. He doesn't stickle for etiquette nor stand on his royal dignity. In his walks around towu he wears a brown over coat and a felt bat. He likes to look into the shop windows and to "price" things. THE GLASS OF FASHION. ' " " iiiwiiaum n nm i , ,immi. ny1grrrMjj1 5 rji , --3 1 a From Photo on ij I Capital sl.x k t A Qastiiit SantlSnJ. A curiously wl-.:u:s:cal iu.-a has been carried out in an English jrardr-n r,t the suggestion of Mrs. Boi hsi hiid. Yews clipped in the old worhl formal fashion of two centuries ago stand by the walKs and fountains: two eat in the form of a table and armchair and twi in the form of peacocks. By one of the fountains stands a quaint sundial. The shadow of a tall tree falls upon a huge clock face, indicated on the grass by figures grown in golden yew. A heart shaped bed marks each cornec. and beyond the figures there is this motto In golden yew: "Light and shade by turns, but love always." Threw rp the Spong-e. His Loving Spouse (who tas been talking for five minntes without a breaks I'd like to know, now, what you've got to say for yourself. When yon went down town I told yon exactly the .kind of bath sponge I wanted, and you wrote It down, and now you bring me this miserable, pitiful. " good for nothing. What are yon throwing that sponge up in the air for? , , lw. . , I air. neeKer Aiy dear, it a the only determined m 50.11, corpespond- mog TrU)ttae, Cashmere effects are noticed In the new silks. Long boas reaching almost to the feet are among the striking accessories to the autumn costume. Slink is making its presence felt this year, and there is no reason why it should not, for it is an attractive fur. The three flounced skirt will le worn in the winter, and tucking will retain its popularity, especially . for wool gowns. Winter millinery seems to have set tled down to the hat over the face with sharply turn up skies, the colonial, or the picture hat- The neck is more elaborately dressed than ever before. A simple ribbon or a pretty tie are not enoui. There must be flowing ends and frills of lace or chiffon. BhKk silk waists and odd skirts of black serge, cloth, cheviot, etc.. were never in greater vogue than they are now. when the prevailing fashion is to' have the waist and skirt alike in color. ! No costume is plain. Everything is ! trimmed. Severe effects are not toier ' a ted; everything must be graceful soft and flowing. It is a very becoming style. It hides many defects of the figure and softens those of the face. ,000,000 OO. in shares of 60 rents each, full paid and non-aiwttiialile. OFHCIKS AM) IHRKCTOKS: President, W. C. Moore resident of th- Moore-C" Cnsl Co, Houston, Texas; Hon. Wm. E. Mason, United States Senator from Illinois; Perry A Hull, Master in Oi - the Circuit Court. Chicago; Treasurer, O. C. Drew, Cashier Planters & Mechanics' National Bank, Houston, Te - S. 'i. Perrynian, Attorney Houston, Texas. KKFKIJKNC IS: li ir .-!;. NHtional Bank, title,.., i::.; t'lunfers' and Met l.anic' National Hank, Houston, Tesas; Thi First National Hank of Hranmoiit, Trxa. THIS IS THE ONLY COMPANY THAT ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEES A GUSHER WITHIN 60 DAYS OR REFUNDS THE MONEY DIRECTLY TO THE SUBSCRIBER. Texas Gushers flow on an average of Tll.txtO barrels a day. At 30 cents per barrel this, is $21,000 per day. Although only 10 months old this is the greatest oil fiehl -.he world has ever known. WHAT THE SYNDICATE OFFERS. It owns 437 acres of the bt il !ndl in Txh at Hanmonf, iin.Ile Tot, Sou Lake, Sartora nnd Day'on Prairie, mil pmitl fT. Nf leaftes, no royalty to pay- It is drill. ntr a wd'. now near. up completion mu-1 n irely paid for. ou S,iw.le Top. within a few eet f 0 biK sraihers. if this Syndica'e has rot a tmslter within rRJ iays. m-tf?y pent in for storK snhr riptum i refunded directly to tbe obtcr.ler. Treasury stock is htiutr sold in lots of 50 share and upwards for .u c?ntd per share. It ran Imp bought no chHjr anywhere, THIS IS THE GROUND FLOOR TH E FIRST SELLING PRICE. This is not n stock felling scheme. It is to provide Hpq,uae fnnrf for pipe line, car, if.kK ec , for rc'-rlftinjar the oil when a f nhr is hmutrht in . This syndicate atits as references three f the -trmi;e.- a net he?t known nan mil b;mks in h United 8 ae. hacti bnak would not endorse any but a mml, legitimate company or tock. The whole w rid is rapidly cou.itttf to oil as fuel. The demand is already several times greater fhan it was a year atro. It it incrv-at-iiig dnily. THE PRICE OF THIS STOCK WILL ADVANCE RAPIDLY ON MFRIT ALONE. Wel'-'o-iio men ftn.1 women backers, merchants, profesp ooat ne. fs-me-B and thrifty i -hanc rr wh'-re hav invented in i tjro&riy. This is a company where a ponr uimii'h interet Is uh afe ami a rarefulir haii(ltel ahr rii-hr.1. If iou re loolir U inrost in an t-n"f, e-nitiiica!l.ir mrr-d couipauy. with prut-pec s second t uoi,e in tbe Te.:itn fM. iiive-iiifiit - this syndicate. liie-i in no company wi'liont ca;efl investigation. READ THE LIST OF OFFICERS AND THE REFERENCES AGAIN. Every stockholder shares eqnal'y in the tni-her, property, pr. fit id djviden 1m of the t-yud rt e in proportion to his holdinirs. prrferml t.M-k. Sen- ind't request for e&tendtd pro peer us, and requests for information about the Texas oil fie hi and Texaoil t;atii to rSTBUTS 50 SHAKES srn nnvp inn ouanro V3U dui a iuu riHncd $100 BUYS 200 SHARES $250 BUYS 500 SHARES FIDELITY TRUST & INVESTMENT GO. Stock Excaaare Bids- Calcaio. III. . sia-ifjaV? A "PEAR OF PEACHES BETWEEN THE ACTS. After spending considerable monev In trying to have -The Castle Inn" dramatized Jacob Litt has thrown the piece overboard. James O'Neill will bid good by to "Monte-Christo" next season and w'U appear in a new play entitled "Tbe Christian King." Brig ham Royee has been engaged by Jarrjea K. Hackett. for a prominent 6 rf pNINSULAR w un burst double heating, Radiant double beating, two prettiest and best base burners made. JGNES HARDWARE CO. iVS2STb E