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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GREENVILLE TIMES.
arm Blood f'aliiK through th. vein, fm'-l. Hour 's mid u-uius nil thii orxuua, iinrviM, Dili's and tisKUvs ol the boily.!,1 Ikied .rwii'iirlllit umkm wuriu, rli'h, l'urt- blood. . In tlio bunt niilnlua yoii ouii tuka In ivtnir. II loin., luvmoruiiM, tri'nxi mid (ortlil-H the wliolo h.idy. i.rnvmitlns unUs, fovtTH, HieuimuiU and tilt tfrll1- Hood's Sarsa oarilla Is Aim-ma's lin:itt't Medicine, l'rlrrj l. l'unuri'.t li j- l'. I. H.i l ('.., I.ovn-ll, JHm. Hiort'n Pills mi- It U";l I'i !in. "ia BRUIN DESERVED BETTER FATE Itutle Natt!? oil m Cowr:itclier Onlj to Ite M:iln fin KtMfliliig Towu. N'ut Ions iiro an a railroad train was ratsing through WlUk-r's tut. m-ar Ol rut, l'a., the engineer wad imtunished to see a bl:ck bear rnmlng arourii a sharp rurve. The cut Is so narrow that there Is hardly riioni for a man to stand Cijlde ami allow un engine to rasa without striking Mm. Ilium was more amuzed tVi-i tin? nisi""1 " r.ead of slcijpiiiK aside, he reared on his haunches an I awaited even'.r". The lueotnotive w.ia ruiuiiiiK le.s than twenty miles an hour, for the lilat e la a danuernns one. t'pon seeinn the bear the eiiKitieer hhut off steam nnd applied the bra l;es. bat the dUtanro was too short to escape an accident The roweaii h.-r flip i d under Lhe hind Iff of the brute and lifted him off the ground. Thinkinn all the trouble was over, the engineer put on steam once n:ore, while the fireman climbed out of the cab window and stole aloim the guard rail to find out what had become of the bear. He was there, chinning the cowcatcher, the lower part of his body jtisit prailna the ground and his head almost reaching the bottom of the headlipht. He cc-emed to understand that the only thing he could do was to hold fast, and he did so during the run to the next station, ten mile3 dis tant. The station agent was utandlnu at the door as the train approached. The s!slit of a full grown bur on the cowcatcher fairly took away his breath. As soon as the engine came to a standstill bruin slipped from his perch and made a break for freedom. This took him straight toward the agent, who dnshed through the door, Blammed it shut, leaped through the rear door and went up the street at a fiirlcivs rate, calling out. "Bear, bear! Somebody get a gun!" Soon the town was in a turmoil, a yelling crowd fol lowing in hot pursuit of the bear, som of the boys pelting him witl stones. Suddenly a big shepherd doit; bounced out of a yard and dashed after ths Lear. Bruin panted but a minute or two. but when he passed on the dog had no future interest In the proceed ings. At the street corner a lawyer carrying a double-barreled gun came face to face with the bear, but the lat ter turned down the nearest alley. The crowd 'ncreased and encircled the frightened animal, making escape Im possible. Finding himself at bay, brula backed up against a barn, rearing on his haunches. The lawyer sect two bullets Into the bear, whereupon the wounded animal charged at the crowd. One urchin fell, was trampled upon and had a leg broken. The lawyer slipped another bullet Into his gun and sent the shot through bruin's head and finished him. By this time the en gineer and fireman recallel the fact that a trainload of passengers were waiting at the station, and hurried back and resumed their official duties after a bear hunt of about twenty minutes. Cont of Lnauclilns; m Warahlp. The total cost of the launch of a modern battleship often amounts to over $10,000. About five tons of tal low and over a ton of ol! and soft soap are used In greasing the waye that It, the slip down which the cradle In which the vessel is placed, glides Into the sea Girl, of Coiirsa. "Fa says I'm his treasure." "He Isn't as wealthy as I aupposed." Truth A LIVLXG WITXESS. Mrs. Hoffman Describes How She) Wrote to Mr3. Pinkham for Advice, and la Now Well. Dkar Mrs. 1'inkiiam: Before using your Vegetable Compound I was a gn-at sufferer. I have been sick for months, was troubled with severe pain in both sides of abdomen, sure feeling- in lower nartof bow- A&ffi.tla' "'suffered wan dizziness, headache, and could not sleep. I wrote you a letter describ ing my case and as.kin your ""-y advice. You replied tcll- 1U IUO JU.SI. what to do. I i ul. rouowea yonr direc 'annot praise yonr medicine what it has done for me. i to you for your advice, ham's Vegetable Com m'fyand I will recom-nds.i-.Urs. Florexce dandSt., Canton, O. "ribed by Mrs. TJoff many women, yot 'ruggflo with regarding; tho overtaken by Trj's experl 1 nnparal le by side and for harfre of f ABOUT THE APPLE, IT IS THE MOST EXTENSIVELY I'SED OH ALL THE FRl'ITS. The Crop f illed This Seasoa Alonj the AC Untie Com and Ihe East's Supply Comet Irom (he Ccolral West. Vhu the people llvina aluni: the Atlantnlc cc-tst from Maine to Virginia awoke one moruliig last April to see I a full Inch of snow on Ihe ground, few rrallz.tl how much damn;,''' had l'ii ! done by the Monti. All thrmiuh the I fiirmlus districts the fruit tiifi were cither In full bloom or the buds well advanced, so that the snow lay like " cold, wet blanket on the bm's ' killed nearly nil of them, thus destroy ing or Mlghtlng the fruit crop. When the peaches In Delaware and Mary land were rexrted killed by this frost. It was still hoped that the apple lives, which bloom much later, would lx nil right, but, as the season advanced, It was found (he buds lind been Injured and the year's crop would bo Inferior und In many places a complete failure. The apply Is the most usd of nil the fruits grown. It is world re nowned, and ban figured In hls-tory and the live of most nations since, the curliest record, roots and philoso phers have told of It, and mythology has endowed It with wonderful vir tues. The golden fruit of Hesperus was nn apple; also the famous tree of knowledge Ixire apples. The apple Is a native of all tem perate climates, and although most of: the kinds cultivated to-day In tills, country are from wiM brought from some part of F.iiropo, the trees bave so adapted themselves to our soil as oftentimes to liear belter In this ooun-! try than In their original homes. It is 1 a very hardy and somewhat slow bear jng tree, but very long lived. In many . cases tres will live and bear for a r century, and when well oared for even longer. Naturally, the apple tree bears well only every other year. This, j however. Is remedied by helps given to the fruit by the farmer, so that the tree Is able, by means of eitra fertil-: Izlng and careful pruning, to overcome the debility caused by putting so much , strength in the crop, mid, unions ell-1 niatlc changes Interfere, eneh year Is : a full ln-aring one In good orchards. I Young trees are raised from seed, the pulp of the cider mills being sent to the nurseries for this purpose, The : seedlings grow unhindered for a year. when they are sorted and transplanted in the nursery. After this they are grafted and left to grow for at least another year before being put out In the orchard. Then thev are 90t out In uic orennrn. i lien tnev are 90t out In : rows alwut forty fe. t aun-t. where they will continue to grow slowly and ! lr gwl crops until old nso or Rome : blltrht destrov them. The custom of !",rt "! an or'"lan nvcr' for wheri-as all pl.antlns npple trees in rows oriKinntcl , '''' 011,1 xrs ure owned and w-i& tho ancient Roman, and has ( cu''a for by the Vuited States govern been followed by nil farmers since that ! ""'ut' the ly of War. whose time. Almost anv kind or o.,n .,' province It is to care for these thing. iufflcc for the apple, but It thrives best i In a strong, sandv loam and in a mod-! era to climnte The ZZ -L n, n i f , t , 1 Jne growing of apples for market Is . the most thoroughly carried on of nil rnut raising Industries. The main ; part of the crop for the Now York , market comes from New York State i nnd New England. There are many flue apples shipped from Ohio, Mis souri and that part of tho country, while this year, owing to tho partial failure of the crop In all those places, fine apples have come to our markets from Oregon, as well as Michigan and Kansas. The apple Is popular on account of Its variety of uses nnd Its adaptability for use as a food, both raw nnd cooked, and the kinds most In demand are those that can be eaten In either of these ways. A few apples ripen early In the summer nnd in the early fall months, but the majority of the crop reaches maturity during the months of October and November, nnd even later in the sea.son. These win tor apples are picked when full grown nnd colored, being allowed to stay on the trees as long as the frosts will per mit without doing Injury to tJiem, when they are packed and sent to market. Many are reserved for dry ing, this part of the apple consumption being larger than would appear from the small Quantities used in our mar kets. The dried apple Is shipped all over the world, ami when cooked makes a very palatable dish, especial ly in those climates where the fresh fruit will not keen. Many crops in whole regions are used by the driers, and large plants are established to carry on this Industry. South Amer ica and other southern countries are the chief market for apples thus pre pared, although a large part of each year's crop is consumed in our own Southern States. Then the cider mills absorb a part of the crop, usually the smaller, uneven shaped fruit b(.in!? sent there, with the sour vnrieties widen of late years do not find as 1 Tinny a market among the fruit sold for eating purposes. There are almost as many kinds of apples as there are orchards, so nu merous have the new graftings be come. All. however, are descendents of two or three families, as the green ings, the pippins and the spltzenbergs, which were brought to ibis country from Oermany. Holland and Kngland by the early settlors. Many of these varieties of apples take tb!r names from the places where they were first grown, as tlio Newtown Pippin, which originated in the town of that name on Long Island; ITubbardstou Nonesuch, from IlnUbardstown, Mass.; the little rcu apple known generally as the snow Is really the I'ameuse, which came from a town in old Kngland. whence the seed was first brought to Canada. The Jonathan, which within the last few years has become a very well known and mtich-Kought-nfter apple, was named after the man on whose farm it was first grown, near Iloches ter, N. Y.. and the same is true of the Ben Davis, which attains popularity In Ohio. Besides these tbere are the old standards the Baldwin, of the red apples; the Greening, of the green colored fruit and the Spltzenberg, an ther red apple which are grown in at fiuainith's along the Hudson r and throughout the Slates of York and New Jersey, a year when the crop is large or lr size there will lie thousands of of a h of these three kinds ' the New York markets each They are shipped in carload Ms sometimes, many cvtrs coming ti one llnuVloiie, and they are placed bj , the railroad company on trucks 01! Heats by tho docks along the Noiit Klver front reserved for this brand of thu fruit liuslnem. Here lliey nn dd iu smaller quantities to tho Job. horn and the nu n who again ship then away, mid dually Und their way to th j table if the consumer. A largo par j of eaeli year's apple crop finds It wiij to Knglnlid and Ihe Continent iluriln ! the winter, many houses on t'.e utile., side keeping Ibcir buyers hero the eu , tire seas,, u. This pari of the bushiest , within the last ten ours lias assiiniei , large proporl Ions, but dealer differ it ; Iheir opinions us to w hether much. 1' j any, money has been made In tin j transporting of the apples. The frul has to be most carefully packed U stand tho long lotirney. and, unlesi the crop on the other side lias failed, there Is' likelihood of the demand bo J Ing fully met by the home supply, i that the Iniimrtlng of anything but tin llnest stock Is considered risky. This season throughout tho AtlantU States the apple crop Is n partial fall ure, many regions having few npplet and those of a most Inferior quality so that the poorer kinds sell low, ow ing to their quality, (iuod apples an In demand and rane from 1 to la barrel, and in some oases, wnoro un I fruit Is extra line, even higher. By i system of cold storage lsith here ant ; In tho country apples can ls kepi ; much longer than iu former days, an( j with the exception of a few shor j weeks iu tho lute spring they can 1 ! had all the year round, so that thej are im longer a winter fruit strictly. i Now York Sun. THE CH'CAQO RIVEk An 0,)en Sew;r Navigable for Vessels for tl Sixteen Miles Le tight. The smallest and busiest river In the world. Whore do you think It 1st' Theodore Dreiser locales it In Chicago ami has this to say about it: The llrst peculiarity of this little stream Is thai It is tho smaller river doing the larg est business in tho world, or In other words, the busiest river in the world. Iu tho next place, it has the greatest depth for the narrowest width of any known river. In the third place, it lias the largest number of bridges span ning it of any river of equal length or greater length, barring Ihe Mississippi -a total of fifty-two bridges. All these are draw or swinging bridges and car ry a traltic of their own overhead al most as important as that which pass es below. Next, this river has little or nn current to sneak nf. and flows Ho ward instead of down. It is the only , . , , k,"nvn I,ver "'lloSL' c'urpIlt lms bet'n , t"rne.I round and made, as It were, to 0Iuer wn-v- 1-llsll-v' ,s ls , wl" have to do wlUi It, nnd ('llk'aB0 repairs it only sullicient for "s now needs, but lays uo claim to the ! right of wny " I" this strange predlenmentthlslittle stroam flows wretchedly backward loaded with the largest und most val uable collection of vessels that ever crowdid nn inland sea. It Is ono tu multuous highway, far more exciting than Ui-oadway and somewhat less charmiug than the Hudson. The city uses it as an emptying place for Its sewers nnd the Street Cleaning lr pnrtment as a dumping ground for if waste, and yet it Is the most valuable factor In the life of Chicago, and the one more than all else that has made the city what It is to-day. No other river iu the wide world possesses or ' pretends to the appearance of this pe culiar' stream. In its busiest hours It is a sight for gods nnd men. A more creek, it struggles with the burden of, an ocean. The great deep-draughl , propellers tear the water into splatter ing fragments. Their huge stacks often hide the entire stream from view with great clouds of smoke. The in-1 going and outgoing vessels quarrel for! the riglu of way with all the vehe- mence Inherent In gongs and whistles. Tug pilots handle their craft with n skill that would put to shame the' manners of (he heavy teamsters in a; crowded New York laue. j The longest bram-h of the river to-' day is more than ten miles In length,' and the total length of nil branches it sixteen. At lis mouth It is no mora than 2IX) feet wide, and the fart thai; it Is the same width a mile or two up ' stream is due to the fact that It was made so by excavation and dredging. At one time (lSiiif) it was 200 feet wide at Lake street, 175 feet wide at Kan-, dolph, a block further on; 1(15 feet at Washington, 175 feet at Madison ail these but single blocks apart nnd so , on until it became umiavli-able by , boats drawing ten feet of water. In j that year, however, It was. dredged nnd made a uniform width of L'uO feet In the south branch, and it is keid that width by the wails of the im mense buildings which have now en croached to the very water's edge, atid which in most cases form the only banks visible. It is interesting lo note the peculiar-' ities of this poor little stream. No-; where along its shores within tin- trreat city limits ls there a foot of uu-! occupied ground where a tree may find root. Xo branch or blade of greeu graces its nhores. No bountiful springs list- from point to point and feed it. Its tributaries are dark, stone-arched sowers which empty their subterran lean blackness into It in continuous stream. Its banks are for the most part sheer walls of red brick. Where an open space occurs railroad tracks skirt the water's edge so closely as to stir a fear for toe safety of tho cars which line them. Lumber yards Oake up other portions, and groups of belch jng smokestacks, sooty black, rise In forest-like numbers at regular inter vals. No single Sjmoe but has some wharf or freight shed, factory or warehouse, filling up the last available inch, stock yards, lumber yards, rail road yards, stone yards, coal yards these Interspersed with docks, eleva tors, manufactories and breweries make its liankg Interesting not beautiful. A Iyomlon inedkal n;iT lias heea i solemnly warning its renders not to ' wwir old Wits. It dec-lares that after a time the "en I her hnrliors niirrobcs, which prey ou tiie fett of the wearer. ' When tho children ti tholr feet wet and take cold (tive them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a doss vt Aver' Cherry Pectoral, and rut them to bed. The chances are they will be all right In the morning. Con tinue the Cherry 1'ectoral a few days, until ell cough lis dis appeared. Old couphs are also cured; we mean the coughs of bron chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs, liven the nara cougni of consumption are alwsyi made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of 4 fiitml Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is Ihe best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. Put ono of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs The Bemi Meefoa Aciwioo free I We now lmve omof tlie moat emi nent pliyMriftiis In tli lnltd Butva. Uuusiilil opportunities ami long K,ei'i. eno emlnmil? Ot "'' 'or kivii. you modlcHl Jv!i-e. Wrlm tioly nil Hit particular! In ymircnto. .,. Adarna, Ur. .1 . C ATKR, Lowell. Mual. TVERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits, vegetables, berries or knows by experience 5ial" the importance of having & tn nC m hl3 fertilizers. If the fer- .,. . , . , . tilizer is too low in Potash the harvest IS Sure to be small, and of inferior cruality. Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for all crops, and we will gladly send than free to any farmer. GERHAN KALI WORKS, ol Nmmu St.. New York. "I have brn u at tin CiBCARKTI andui a mllrt au'l I'lToetiTe Uxit' ive they r simply wuji tlerfut. Mt fJautflitur and I were kiittiuj'tMl 11(11 sick ftTfimacli and our twath whs very bad. After tutting ft fw il'ispa of (."ascaretfc we Lave Improrcd wonUerfully. They are : urcat help Id th lamliy." Wll.HF.LMl.VA HAG EL. 1137 Itilluubuuiie Bt.. Cincinnati, Ohio. . Pleasant. Pa.at.abla. i'ntent, Tnfite Gotrf. IK) Good, iSuver .Slelteu. Weaki-n.or Gripe, lliu. c. He ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Stirling R.nrdT CompI, Chlraco, Honlrral, Ira lTflrk, kit Ufl T( BJJSfi S,!1 flM rusr.inTf r'lt nil driiii BU I U'C'SU ,-;.'3i... -J -.i;Tvbaccuwt. TIdai In Wella. A well-known professor of hydro statics says: "It la a simple, sober fact, which I have tested myBelf, that In all the deeper artesian borea there ls a distinct tide, corresponding exact ly with the ocean tides, except that tin process is reversed, and cauciug the water to vary very greatly in height in the bore at flood and ebb. The time of greatest flow In an artesian well corresponds with full ebb in the ocean nearest. This ls how I account for the phenomenon. When the moon is at its height the moon la exerting its pull not only on the sea but on the land. This naturally tends to take the pressure off the sand well .which lies at 1,000 to 2,000 feet below the surface, and at the bottom ot which the water lies. Thus the prefflure on the water f-: lessened and the flow slackens. On the other hand, at low tide in the ocean the moon's pull U related and the earth settles back, and by producing greater pressure on tho water-bearing strata down below squeezes the water up ex actly as you might squeeze a sponge." The garden was under a heavy mort gage and of course Mrs. KHtch's friends saw no recourse for her but to sell the property. This Mrs. Elltch re fused to do. Ehe wanted to reallte her husband's dream for him, so set her self resolutely to the task. When, through the carelessness of her head keeper, her fin. lions and tigers sick ened and died, she discharged him and began her personal management of th. remaining ones. Mrs. Elltch visits each pen and pit rsgularly every morning, knows Just how each animal should be cared for and see. that her Instructions are obeyed. Agere C&erry Potasli BREATH fV CANDY CATHARTIC TRAD I MARK MTBRtO;' VourtiaiiiM la In I'I aa mu. h aa vaall.U f.w your haid-taiutd oolUn. t",n la lo ll Jiratl lo muuaiara a.l '"" !'' '' mi n of Ilia ilalla. V"' !'-! lull","!'!''' ,,uIm HkIv .l,.,a .., I ilnii el I 1 Una. 4,i,l 1'raiirTlea in Ii.ii.I iu.i.il i, ,!!. Vt a It cire'lt ti , liiriii.li li - . Il - "'! I'a V I' ell.l. Oui l.g liaiKKl Out." t, .ut una Hi l',", U for Ilia li,i '"' Kuiniiuit lr all nca. II tou Ulna nwuf .uitOhii,f tj.ot-.iii. alimUl 10 ttila 1 S..IM ii. h liaik, w,lh rolllna top whtah Iftaaaail trawan aalomirall, Ciaal-ol l.irrIah-4 w lb ' arawata la a.rh p-J-t.L 11 1. SO 'iM-h-i ' la. o-ap, aaaV kaal d,d l,. Ilia Ur P'l aar.l. Upaclal I'rlaa, OUI Do you tlilnlc we would aind a mtllion dollart annually advertiaing our tauloe'i" 'f ny wtl. not worth havini;! 'l liey ure Irea wa pay all poatage. Which do you want t Or both! Addraa. thia way, Jl'LIVS IIINUS & SON, Dept. aoaBaitliiiore, Md. As It Neetnad to II In. . Caraway "Tho elopement of Che ney's wife was In the naturs of a boom erang, wasn't It?" HookB "How so?" Caraway "Ehe returned th. n.xt d7-" New York World. Adaptlbllll Mrs. A. "Didn't you think Mrs. Wbipley a very refined woman?" Mrs. B. "She was vulgar to me." "Well, she Is adaptable." 2.00 Aatrollalcal Iteadin. Froa. I will pond full reaillnu anil answer all tiue-tinns with poo plotiuu of Into altlnlty I'irliluti. (KBtaite expenses.) (ilvediitoof birth. It nmy luenn wenlth and h.ppiuess. Ail. i'rof. MoUe, 1'liiladolpliia. l'a. An exclinnce ef pervants ls one way to ter minal feminino frloud.-,liipa. Dcn'l Tobcoo Spit and Smol Your Life Away To quit tiilmeco easily and forever, b nniK-etle. full of life, and nerve nnd vlur, tkn Nii-'l'(i-re. tlio wonil-r worker, that rnukes -enk inun strong. All drauitlst, ftkior t. Cures uuiiranteed. H-mklet nud aiimplo live. Address r-terlniK Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York. The run who fails to start doesn't have to stop to think. Fltn permanently ciirad. No fitpor nerroua CfKt, lifter tlrstdiiy'H uso of Dr. Klluaa Uroiit N ITU-Restorer. trial bottleiind treaties f roa Lin. It.ll.KLiMr, Ltd..uil Arch St l'hllu, Pa. Some men prefer war rather than old bachelorship. Kdiicnte Your llnu-ela With Caaoarota. Cindy Cathartic, cure constipation forever lOcSOc. If C-C.C. fall, druggist refund money Spain's transports of Joy probably went down with hor hips. KiitureV mental reservation ls apparent In the cigarette Peiid. To Cure u Cold In One llay. Take I.aiutlvo Ilroino 'iiiilnf Tuhluti. AH iJrutfgiisth refund money if ll frails Lo cure. &o. Some men are quite regular in their habits but their li.tUita ure bid. The soo-ln luw is often tba child of sor row. Yo Cure CoiiatipatUm Forever. Trtke Cflscarets Cnudy Catbartlo. 10o or 25o. lie. C. C. lull loc'jn-.drutfglstn refund money The flnt'er of destiny Is undoubtedly on the band of fate. Mrt. Window's KootulngHirrup fomhlldrea teeth I tiK.eef tens theifiimia.reduolDgtrjflaraniiw tion.aUnj-t, lJatu, cures wind collo. 2io. a DottU There Is no earthly love so true and Inex pensive as as a inolhor'a love. No-To-llno for Fitly Ceuta. Guareriteed tohaccohablt cure,makes weak men strong:, blood pure. 50c. $1. All druggists A dose fctutlent of human natare never lends money to bib friends. IleHuty Is lllood Ileep. Clenn Mood menus cleaa skta. No benuty without it, Cnsnarets, Candy Cattaftt tJ, rlaHTi rour blood and keep It clea.i, by stirring up the hizy liver uu.t drirlng all Im purities from the body, begin to-day to bftrj!h pimples, bolls, tilotches, blankueadft, and that sickly blllou.ooiupiuzloa by talcing Cusoarcts, beauty for too cents. All drug Kistt, aailafaetlon guaranteed, lUo, Kki, 60o. A little musla makes a man as disagreeable as a Uttle-iuealng. Catri-1 Cannot be Cured With local applications, as ther oannot reaoh the soat of the disoaae. Catarrh ls a blood or constitutional disease, .ad iu order to eon It, vou must tiiko iutorual remedies. Hall a Ciitarrh Curo is Ukeo Internally, aui ac?f!' vonily on the liloud and mucous surtaoe. Hall s CuUrrh Curo is nut a quack medicine. It was proscribed by ono of the best physicians io this couutiT for years, and is a regular pre scription. It la composed of the best tnnlol known, coniiilnetl wliu T.ne ueaiuiooupuroiein, acting directly 011 tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients It what ju-odiuscs wick wonderful results lu cur Ins caiirrh. Send for testimonials, free, J. Chcxev Co.. Props., Toledo, O. Hold by Druggists, prlco. Toe. Uill'a 1'amilV i'ills are the host Some people economize is gas to pay tbs oculist; We think Plso's Cure Tor Consumption la tho only mcdtclno for Oinigbs. JI PiNauAnD.'Kuriuiitcld, 111.. Oct L 180. Every animal on the place knows hep and many evince their affection for her In a marked manner. All ar. herj pets, for Mrs. Elitch loves everything on the place. The kangaroo puts hia fore paws on her shoulders and actual ly kisses his mistress. Even the snakes receive her sympathy. "Poor things, says she. "They can't help being pois onous. They were made so. I lova everything that breathes, everything that lives." Even the plants and shrubs in this artistio garden show th. care of a plant lover. In this aoo ar. lions, bears Including a sun bear, na tive of Borneo, the only on. In the United States mountain lions, tigers, kangaroos, monkeys and others ani mals, which Mrs. Elltch has trained in various ways, including a pacing ost rich, which Mrs. Elltch drives to a car riage. All the animals usually found in a place of this kind are there, wllh Bome very rare ones. ThaTlMfTeranca s)f Opinion. Rev. Mr. CoUwater (of Drytown) If your parents would only try spruce beer, my son, I think they would etop drinking that vile stuff you hav. there! Jimmy Yer think so do yerT Wall. 1 think It'll be a cold day when ye see any kids around her. rushln' d. grow ler fer ssruce beer I Puck. Mr. Elitch conceivd th. Idea of th. icological garden In his youth, but never realized his boyhood's dream till 1S89, when, after th. .xpenditur. of, thousands of dollar, he saw It a M cess. U. died soon aftsr. WRECKED OY HAIR DYE. felr.llua Arm Corp llrokaa Cp by V.oll af . SI am bar. Even th. .nthuslastle woman who Odvol. their lires to Salvation Army work r. not ahov. tho vaulties char acteristic of their str a a who!. that Is, If on. may Judg. by th. d plorabl. outcom. of scandal In corp. No. 2, which for years conducted Us peculiar work In Elsey chapel on Jew itt avenue, Jersey City, pactional bitterness, ranted by woman's gossip, has resulted In th. disbsudment of Ihe corps. All Salvationists whn they loin the army, of course, ar. supposed to renounc. tho vanities of tbs world, and corps No. 1 was very strict n inch matters. On. of th. sisters on. day, however, observed that th. child of another sister purchased a bottl of hair dy. Th. mother of th. child had beautiful black hair, and th. ob serving slater began to talk tb. r ult of her observation ov.r with oth.r listers, until It cams to b. th. quiet gossip of th. corps, finally th itorles reached th. ears of tb. sister with th. black hair, and then there was a time. She went to th. pfflcer In charge of th. corps and demanded that the originator of the hslr-dye story be tried by court-martial. This was granted. There wer. Interesting scenes at the trial, and th. ccus.d sister was acquitted. Th. acouser left the corps, taking many of her rnenas with her. The accused remained, but there were enough friends of her op ponent left to make life unpleasant for her. Then she resigned from the corp.. taking many of her friends. Th. corps after that could not pay expenses, members lost interest In their work, tnd finally dlsbandment But an .ad to th. trouble. Of Two Evils. Volunteer At first we thought that nothing could b. worse than th. army ration. Friend Well, what was worse? Volunteer Wh.n w. didn't get It. Judge. Oermany land Asia Minor. . It Is IneTltabie that Asia Minor aball even tually ease from ihe possession of Moham medanism, and whether (iermany acinim pltahKa the task or not, the sultan mnat yield to a Christian nation. It Is lust aa marital, le that diseases of the ritgeetlTe organs mnat yield to Hostetter'a Stomach fitters. The disorders of this kind are usually called dys pepsia, oonatlpatlon and Mllousnesa. The Hitters are equally a-ood for all auch com plaints, regardless of theuame. Cheap Jewelry beats the more expensive kind nil hollow. (k ii - r . l k ncToes or z 6j WdT with'Spwn thouiamd of them, tte uf fering from lingering div eases induced by life in poisonous southern co,mp, ; me result or Cno,nget Of fl climate, ot of imperfect nutTition caused by im. J propT and bidly cooked (Gj food. Sleeping on the ground i noa uvuuuc ueveiopea rheumitum jn hundreds ty who were predisposed -to y the diseo.se. Iniochco.se (6. th,e BbY4 ot '93 may tike S-j & lesson fvom the peri- v ence of the Heroes of the k Civil W&t, S Hundreds of the Boy - ii or 00 nive tcstmca to tnt VJj efficacy of Dr. YYilliamV' tPinK Pills for Pale People in dTiving out md.l&ri&, Theo mutism And othe? due&ses contracted durmg their dy$ of h&Td.vh.p ? ond pTiv&tion rn the Army, These v re the ben tonic in the wfOTid, tyl Asa Robinson, of Mt. StfrrHnjf, HI., It m veteran of the CiWl war.haTing etred in the 8rd Pennsylvania Volunteer. He went to the war a viffur- At ous farmer boy and came back brulcrn in health, a victim of sciatic Thru ' mnHB..i m.wt of the time he was unfitted for manual labor of nnvkind. and hi imfler.ng were nt nil times intense. He soys : "Nothing seemed to irive me permanent relief until three yc-nra ojrjo, when my attention n-ni called to some of the wonderful cure ett ex-ted by Dr. Williams Pink Pill for i'ale People. 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