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03tri.lOST13a3W Hons 3N0M snoiDirja S tin t' tr t-n, S!')" tor twenty ane' 8 mil- for thu'.v yens have silT-Meo fiom and then have teen qiickh and ji'i ui ri-ittl e.ted by i ( 1 1 I -M' N wu M ! Si v the ereai it-niH !y lui p.u ,iinl .i'.i I'nini.i of sku w ll u'hiiiihIs H Loni:P T.Webb Alma. ?nt Learned ft. Clilnool. 0:jo cf Calg.u y's recent uui ingont t-. tlio co:t v!:.:it!y knew hut Jittl about the t liiLK.nl;, judging by tho story that, is Ik.:.,., i id i .i h m. Wi.-hing tr pet u::o cl. to ta'..; back with him he asked an old sqi-aw, w lm had cub vebd :u her e;s ,!';d a bi.-k-t on he-, heed, what wn.ir. .I for ;i I aske-fiil. and Tbo blush'::.? bri.i"tto icy 1 1 f I. "Sit Cnui dollar, hv.is !;!.. " '! o t his tbegay Calgarybo said: "Yumping yimminy! Sdx dollar ; :.d nil u:y oluihos? Xo, by ginger snap', I'll gio yt.-a r'haO, my watch an J (n-i'it oat. " It is unnecessary to fctato tliit tho otter was accepted, a.i All the dn--ky in;-io.cn asked for the elaumwhi lour i . i : Vancouver World A bottle (f I r. Wood's X-.rwuvj run.' Syrup iu the hoii-c saves doctors' bills, save trouble. Mini very often Save procj uis lives. ( i i Ves a 1 lllost ili stant relict iii e i-os of coughs, ihIiImh lung troubles of anv sort. I-1 rut liurltMi t arriai Intent Ion. Mniyland 1ki f urui.-.hcd t-c many of Ibe lirst things i;i iiiM iiiicn ami con-strncti- ii that it will srir rise no cue to hear that thei lirst invention e.f a horso less carriage i:i America was by a Mary lamler. It was -.huos.t a century aro. llaltimoro Ami i j. uu. W. 15 Jo!ie.-"Mi, Newark. () . says ' )mh Mitiu'e Coni.'h ("ore savnl mv ly etiiM f ft in 1 vl t tr b croup " I' lias saveil Ihoimainls of of hei s s ll'i in from croup, p'ie"inonia. brorichi is mid other serious throat and luntr troubles W. II. K-nueU, St. L uir ; 15 S Webb. Aim i. f)ITTfI ITim h Steadr Job. A pocl story is told of how DnnlfJ O'Connell received the pratcful bless lr.p of nn Irishman. Daring- the eourssc of his circuit in Ireland he was aide to secure the liU ration of a young1 son of Erin who had been charged with some offense or other. On a kecund turn around the country O'C'onnell again eaved the Irih;nan from tlie arm of law. The priMmci. overwhelmingly prateful, went up to the advocate, shook him by the l;and ai d, in he fullne.ss of his heart, exclaimed: "And may the Lord save ye to defend me nJways, Mr. O'CoDnell." Don't thin your blood itb sassafrns or poison it with bine-in;is; but aid na- i turn by using PWitt'f hittln Kar'y ' H'.seis, the famous little pills for con-' stipation, bil loudness, and stomach atnl liver tronb es. Thev me furely vegf-; table. V. 11. Innels, St. Louis; J S.Webb, Alma. AKi('lo Frir Wliln 1 1 reft. There has been one tiling in partlcu lav that tho L. A. W. lias fought for, and that is to compel all vehicles to ur wido tires. It is but recently that it has begun to score in this direction. The iVoria city council has decreed that al1 wheeled vehicles ari vui over its str after Jan. 1, lb'.'G, hh.dl have tires, th minimum widtli biii inchc-s. Uiuht on her h"ds is Ch . who is preparing topaaau urdinaie like tenor. Now that tho hall has b tartd iu tho right directinn Uki r' foriin.rs hliouhi nut lot it stop by th adi Jo. lieuriTjc Your Vitality? The essence of life is force, ft Every trcath you breathe,every heart beat, every motion of your hand, takes force. The measure of force we call vital ity. If this is lacking, there is f loss of flesh, lack of resistive power, a tendency to catch di- r.i sease easily, especially a tend ency to Consumption. For low vitality nothing is better than Scott's Emulsion. It supplies force by furnishing the nourish ing, strengthening elements of food in an easily digested form; enriches the blood, and builds up the system. When ordinary food is of no avail, Scott's Emulsion will supply the body with all the vital elements of life. Two dzts, 50 cts. ind $1.00. All drufjat. If you will uk lor It w will tend you a book telling you all about Scott' EmuLiotu Free. SCOTT & BOWNE, Hw Tor. iMOMKX CANDLES. rHEY ARE GREAT IMPROVEMENT OVER THOSE OF FORTY YEARS AGO rii I'uH cf I.l;jlit IU IVm of ltiMtlmn hl- -MTTlre t. M rikln.l It U h Mltluk to ThJuk Tl..it hi.I KI--t:i ity IIhv Katirrly k.':iilT,'il Out th ChihII. Now tii.it candles havo again com uto t:s ari u uu ans fur lighting rvop on rnoLua while gas is con-iilerevl toe. nit and electiie hgiitstoo glaring, ami-ijiri.-t nn ui u being made with thenn lies of fvh'r ai d tle.se of the long ago. He is not a v iy i Id n.an who utill re nienihea the malodorous "tallow dip,'' ix to th? pound, that ho bought at the grocery or perhaps may have help d tc make in u d iu t ii way on Saturday whin at iioHn.' ii in school. It is but u few years since ran dig molds vi .e a very important and in ns Kry p-rt of every hou-ckold, and yet so m i ipltoly a.e tin y now banished to the limbo of lot-gotten and usele.-s things that ila io nju.st be thousand of yotjtm piijii" to w hom a pair of snuiTeis a'i i a candle ii.old v.euld jn'ovo un doubted cut io-i ties. They were not very pleasant to the nostrils, iho.c old fa!j ioind t;Ikw camih:-, their illuminating wcr was i ot good, and their need of constant Mjui'i'mg was indispensable, and thongh the lingers were the handiest vi siiulV.ts one was very apt to get badly smudged in the course of an evening. Yet the world stumbled along with no better light than that f r 18 ien .urics and accompli-hi d considerable things on the v;iy (treat scholars wero ma. Jo by sav. d up candle ends, great volumes written and the world enlight ened, even if the writers ami teacher Kii'ped a gn at deal. Tli a great performances of Garrick and Siddnns were given behind foot lights of tallow candles, and tho candle Flintier was one of the most important of supers in the theater of the olden time "Without a candle siiulTer, " says Gold Muilh of a play he had seen, "the pioeo would lose half its embellishments. " In those days "early to bed and early o rise" wns a maxim that had much more siguiSeance, for it was necessary to get more out of daylight than in this era cf gas and electricity. Candles have always occupii d an important place in public worship. In tho old times Christ mas was eil!od the Feast of Lights, bo vauss many candles were used ut th feat, while the custom of setting a can dl" at thr head of a d' ad person aftCJ teinp "laid cut" is still a practice. But if people think that candles are not much used nowadays they ure mis taken. Tin-tie are still several cai.dlf inatiufaetories in New York. A verj large export business is done here, chief ly to the West Indies ami Central Amer ica. In the United States sales ri-o prin cipally in th" western states. Tho min ing region t;tkes huge quantities, for no light but candles is Us-cd iu fcold and lilver mining'. C:uidles are also used for chnrch pur poses, at conntry hotels, and to some ex tent in families. Many of the people of Jhe t ast side, new ly cuno to the coun try, uso candles in preference to oil, be ing uceustomul to candles and afraid of the oil. Although it is not a great w hile before they are won over to tho use of oil, there are always thousands of other who, for the first few months of theii being here, shun oil as they would a deadly poison. No branch of industry has nndergon tho change that candle making has in cho last Hi) years. Formerly it was mere ly u mechanical operation. Anybody conld make c; and almost every body did. Now it is n - :")t'.io industry, bring ing to its aid t - - urces f chemistry. Formerly a can t greasy, noisome thing that one u.-u.. )y Ued with dis gust; now it i- . :;st., ..nl relitu-d and can bo lianili- I w . i .t tlie h-at otT'ense. Tliewics i. .-o ..oared that the com Ln?ti.n isj ccn.ph te. jo'jd snuflfrs liav ' ; Lc?n b8"itiied. Au un .uent candl . r i ' aid n)j vcr w ith material) i'ii.i.i. . -.i .1 n.'I'l," tlie phllosophrT. 'win" a i. ..in hit is always talking about Ills ...,., : M e is n'oiTVi'i to hlUKh ap- pm ia! i . i ly n lieu l.o hears a mother-in law joke, t ii n, I as,, what is uiiu to think?" Indianapolis Journal. Sb Kept llr WorO. A detective was bringing n womun whom ho had arreted at Boulogne sur Feino upon a steadier to the prefecture, whm at the Concorde bridge n v eil dressed man threw himself into tho riv er and was drowning. The ih tcctivo is an excellent swimmer, and it cost hira a painful struggle to seo a fellow crea turo lose his life. "If only I wero alone," ho said to his prisoner, "I would jump into tho water to save him." Tho woman, who had been sentenced to l.'t days' imprisonment frr assault npon tho police, at oneo replied : "Uo . I will wait for you at the pier and will not xun away." Tho detective thojenpon plunged into the stream and seized tho drowning man by his clothes, when a boat struck against him viole nt ly and made him lose his grip. lie dive d again, but in vain, and, quite exhaust ed, he was pulled on board a small ?kilT, which was nearly smashed by a ste amer coming from tho opposite direc tion. Capiunmont, ni tho bravo fellow was called, xuih enthusiastically chee red by tho onlookers. Tho body of the man he had tried to save was recovered a few hours later. On her part, Iho woman who had Leon in custody acted epiito ns Courageously, for, true to her weird, she waited for tho detective at tho Pont Nenf and handed to him his coat, in tho pocket eif which wai tho warrant tfpon which she had been arrested. It is satis factory to add that when tho chief of the department was apprised of her conduct ho immediately ordered the woman to bo se t at liberty in receignirion cf Lex devotion. -I'aris Correspondence. HOW lO FIND OUT. Fill a bottls or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling; indicates a discard condition ot the kidneys. W hen uiim stains linen it is punitive evidence of hlduoN trouble. Too fre quent desire to iilinate or pain in the hack is also convincing; proof that youi kidne ;in, bladder ate out of order. WHAT TO EO. There i comfort in the knowledge so otlen opnssd, thai Dr. Ki lnei's SvMiiup K ol, the great kid'.e;, reined . lullills every wish it. relieving pun in i he back. kidi e s, !ior. bladder and ccn pail ot i he urinary passage, b cornels, inability to bold urine and scalding p.. in in passing it, or bad el ite's following Use of liquor. Wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ot I e i ng coin pel led to get up man times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon reaii.ed. It stands the uighest for its uondeiful l ilies of the most distiessii,g cases-. t you mid a medicine ou should have the best. Sold by di u.'-'is1s at titty cents and one dollat. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mai', mention the Republican header ai d scud your full po-ti llict- address to Dr. Kilmer .v Co . Biiighaiiiton, N. Y. The proprii tots of tins p mh r guarantee the genuineness ot thiJ oiler. Vhu BrlM Iron Float, Experiments lately made in Fnglane1 b'v that if bh)l e f solid iivi is low en d ;":ito a ifuss of liqu.d mau by nieaiif cf a metal tVrk tlie ball at riist sinks to ?lo bottom with the folic. But in a rjw feci nds it leaves tho prongs and ri.ses to the surface, whroit continues vo float until it melts. The rising ex plained by tho ex; ansion e f the ball, due to heating, whereby it becomes, hulk for bulk, b'ss deuat than tho molt ui me tal. A course of Mood's S i s'ip;iril!a takell lloW Will bllild UU the syti ) ami prevent serious illness l iter on ( iet only Mood's. ioiii y "i't ii i.j isn't IijT Ultlr. T..i i; do In this w o Ul. Tot lie Wet's matte r? Bobbv Man.Pia !s i.Jvavs makln mt eat thines. 1 !,..'t ..u-e tlay is peod for me, so v-il.;.. I - aid I didn't era lur iiidi!'n, Jiint iti-o . of in iki'j me eat hull l4 t lio eluiv't i ift r me any. (ok! Nn vim scratch and scratch, and ' woiiib'f w ha i "s the inatler? I 'all's )iii!lneiit will iiisiantlv relieve and! it-i i 1 1 i in 1 1 1 ' cure :mi;- ilehv ilisc isc of j the skin no iiiatti r of bow lon stand ing. A Practical Joke. Names of tr.o Gaito theater in Torls rno night played a trick on Bnumaia, ; his fellow actor, which created no lit e ; amusement. In one of tho scenes in the j third uct of the "Charbouuie re, " Hen ! main, after standing awhile in dumb despair wi i his hands to his face, sud i denly turns towanl tho audience, dis- playing hfs pale, haggard features. To I produce th de'grce of "pallidness' re- quire'd, itouuiaiu carried in his pockew a quantity of white face powder, xvbieb ho rubbed on the puling ef his hands when the proper time had arrived. Now, Numes had secretly removed the white powoer and substituted a hand ful of charcoal dust. Yeu can imagine tho result. The spectators laughed till they were blue in tho face. But Hou main swore veugeauc dire vengeance and some of these days wo may ex pec to hear of another "pleasant even ing," but ut Nnmo's expeno this tiUKi. l.ihru PuroU Out-lit to Till the 11111. "We havi no uso for bear Ftorli," paid tho editor. "Our readers demand something spicy. " "Well," said the man with tho rnann flcript, "this story is about a cinnamon i; telated by a Keeper of tlio Michigan State Prison at Jackson. (Fran tt'ti jitcksun Cttizrn ) I Mr. A. K. V. bur n sides at C 1 J N. Jack- 4on Strei t, .lack-on. Mi. h. lie is a keeper I in the- Michigan Mate Prison, a man of sb r ! ling integrity, and whose word is beyond j dispute He tells the following story of a I wonderful e scape, and the incidents e'on- iiccti-d with the- dangerous position in iv.h'uh he was place-d. lie says, some months ago mv attention was attracted by a sw t iling of my groins, which began to increase iu size to such an exte-nt that I was alarmed. It spread down my legs to tay feet, and I was bloated from my waist i'c.v n, so badly 1 hat I could not pull my p mts, ova r my legs, and I had to open my .hoes fullv two inches before I could L'eL i ihcni on. Fvcn my face became pulled 1 up; and my nolo syslein seemed all'eete'd. 1 could hardly drag myself upstairs to j unloi k my men. I e'onsuhed a physician, one of the best in the eity. lie said the ' sw elling was e"aused by an irritation of the ! kidnevs, and I e-oinmene ed treatment, wit h him. But I sei tned to be ge tting worse. I was strongly urged by a friend to try Doati's Kidney Bills, and I finally con sented. After the first week I commenced to see a ehaiice. and felt much better. This was encouraging, and I eontinued their use. 1 took live boxes in all. wit h t ho happy result that I was completely cured. I have; never heard of any inedie ine w hich h id such a pronounce d and radie al e lfect, and ve t not affect the system ge ne rally and leave It in such a good e-ondition. I fed better now than 1 ever did. After l he- e li'ce-t was owe e stahlished the swelling gradually disappeared until if was entirely : n'. 1 regard Doan's Kidney Pills as a most wonde rful age nt, in the t uii:: j ef any form ef kidney disorde r. For sale by all ele ah rs price'. o0 cents pe r box. Mailed by Foste r-Milhurn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., solo agents for the U. S. Hcinctnbcr the uamc, J)uin', and take no other. PASSING OF THE ELEPHANT. It 1 Sutil Hint t he lr-iiH uvorlt ! lit . tiui 1 ii if si- .ros There is a wnil in the New York Ledger that there is exery reason to b iee that elephants, like the Ameri can bison, me fast disappearing1. In IsSii ji worke'r iu ivory in Sic. tVehl, I'ng laud, e-iideaxorcvl, in all n'riousn ss, to !;. ure out how long t he lepba ni would I. -t. liis own house, be said, had in tho one year used l.L'sO pairs oftm ! -s, vhich meant the killing1 of more than that many animals, for not every ele phant yields two tusks of ivory to tho ivory hunter. That tlie A f I ican species is l'a:-t disappearing1 there is liitlciloubt. There are many edephants in Ceylon, and from that island most of t hose t hat are displaved in traveling menageries mid zoological gardens e-ome. Tho showman has very little use for tho African elephant, because he is less in telligent than his Indian cousin aid much meaner iu disposition. The Af rican elephant is the longer-b-gged and smaller-bodied animal. Jumbo, who v as a half-breed, bail the long legs of the African and the liody of the Indian elephant, dumbo was undoubtedly tho largest of all elephants, standing; It? feet giit inches in height. The larr.cst eh phant remembered in India was one. rio'ib n by the viceroy in l.fcvu, vhieh stood 1i ii feet four inches. Col. Bullock iv-o'ds that the king"1 of Bui mail had a encp l while elephant rbieh was two inches taller. WILL SHEr7uN5lli7 HOOPS? It In llit.te.l That I hi W II l( W omun'n N.-stt I ;nl. Kveryt hing is new now nml netthing lasts! 'There is no repose In the mod em woman. She is utterly unaln'e to remain at home in digiiifu-n obscurity, but must needs scamper olV t where people inot do congregate, says Lon don Truth. Display, excitement, movement and nove-lty are the things which she craves for. The rage for skating at the real ice rink i-orMinued for about three mouths, and then fash ion suddenly switched May Fair on to vhe bicycle. This in its tuin is already commencing to lose the charm of nov elty, and those whose vnnity forces: them to be the lirst to do whatever is peculiar are beginning to turn their at tention to trundling- hoops. Being" an essentially solemn people, however, whenever we la p so into frivolity vm-justify our folly by serious a rgunient. It ii p pears that t r u ia I ! nig a hoop a ml spin ning a top are altogether better forn-n af c e re i so t ban a i c e i t her skating or hi 'yeling. 'I he lirst st reng t hens the pinatoi- .i:e...s, the trietps and "ho intissiiutis (loisi, Xiiilr the latter gives p'.ay to the deltoiii atel lia- eten-iir carpi radiaiis loni'ior. That licit, g the case, no 1 1 a si i:a i le objeetion can bo l iiisei I to our women r uu n : ng a lot g 'Jio stleels tllindiii g liieir iioops til- bpili- uing" t ojis in the i ,j riv. A NOTED POKEH GAME. I h Tex iit Ihoinjht Ho Hud Fulles Ainoiur ii iiAtiiz of s.hstrpt-t-4. A ButTalo man w ho is stopping at the Waldorf told a poker story the' other night iu the presence of a reporter, w hich, he says, has never been in print, concerning four eminent citizens of his own and a bad man from Texas. Ac cording to the narrative, the four emi nent eit i.ens, who were the then dis trict attorney, the surrogate of Brio county, the proprietor of the principal democratic newspaper of Buffalo and a wealthy iron manufacturer, decided to have a quiet game one evening somo time ago. and with this end in view they repaired to a private room over a shop conducted by Baddy Lyons, a leading saloonkeeper. Tho four citi zens considered that live was tho proper number to make poker inter esting1 and e'omplete, and they accord ingly sent out a messenger to uno frii-nd afti-r another to obtain a fifth man, but without being aide to find one. In the emergency Lyons in formed them that there had come to him that day a man from Texas,, with a letter of introduction from a friend in that state. "Perhaps he'd like to joiu tin- game." said Lyons. "1 don't know iiuything about hbn, except that my friend says that he's all right, but I'll stand for any losses he don't make good." The four eminent citizens said they would be glad to have the Te-xas gentleman in the game, and ho was therefore brought up and introduced. He seemed a quiet, inoffensive person, and he appeared to be acquainted with the game. It so happened that the lirst time it en me the ileal of the newspaper pro prietor he gave the Texan a full hand. That gentleman looked ut his cards, glanced about it t the other players, and then turning his hand face upon the table. In said: "I pass," with some sig nificance. Tho four eminent citizens were somewhat surprised, but they eont inued the game without any com ment. The very next time the newvs paper proprietor dealt the cards he happened ly the merest chance to give; the stranger four kings. Again the gentleman from Texas turned his card face up oil the table, and again he scrutinized the faces of tho four eminent citizens. Then ho said: "I've played this game with thieves before. I'll bet one thousand dollars that that black-bearded crook (the newspaper proprietor then wore a black beard; has got four aces." Vain ly did the four e-mincnt citizens pre claim the innocence of any intention to take the stranger in. He was obdu rate, and they finally called Lyons up to explain tnal ters to him. The Texas gentleman listened to Lyons' expostu lations that the players were four of the h ading1 men of Buffalo, and then he said: "You Uankcty blank robber, you can't play that game on me! You're In with 'em!" It was several days be fore tho Texan was convluced that tho four eminent citizens wen what they professed to be; and to this day Buffa lonians are undecided as to whether the joke was or? the Texan etr their fellow-citizens. N. Y. Telegram. Private l.i...ti i.uo. The ghost cf I' u in '"'al IT ill. r.v.i Ilaltu histle, in N i. thambi "1 n d, v.v.s u steady belie ' not rv, '.cry i .ig ;g t. In thisca na broth.'.- r.":d' :ed inc.n veri lent s . ! r by '.rv n ;; ; Jar .n lipoid, uml tho hely ie'.oi.. ed 1 , rv if by w lik ing from tho heme to tho pood up-'U ev ery : asioi. that, a member of tho f:wn ily 1 cued to bu about aft or dark. But if i jo ..ere t, tnutuerate whatm iy bo termed the "t livato ghosts" of Fii'j l md and W ih:, tho walking ladies n!J gentlemen who, hiving been liobed,0J during their lives, aio determine'd that soinethd?';' mo'o tiian the mere eiiitaphu over the ir graves shall ke ep their mem ories green, tho limits of this papri would bo very far exceeded. Tho Very house iu which th- author eif tho papot Is writing is well known by tho villa gers to have a white lady ein its upper most stair landing, a discovery which very much unhinged somo American visitors, who eleclared that it uicy bad known it nothing would have induced the-m to ph. "p so soundly in rooms abut ting em the said landing during tine months. But who she was history Faj th nut. (Jhuu-hers' Journal. Tho Ouren'i Ninlli-. (um ii Victoria is in p"session f a cuiieus in eille. It was n.aoe at the cel ebrate d ne'i dle manulacti ry at liciielitcu and represents tlie 'J n.jan column iu inin -a: ure). Scenes from the queen's lif ure clcpieteel on the m i dle, su finely cut that they are only eii.scemildu through a microscope. Sick headache can be qul klv '"d e ,n deielv overcome bv lo-ieg tln-c t'linoiis little jdlls known as" I ic V i 1 1 's Little Ivirly IFi'i'i-s' W. M Boinels St LouIp; B. S U' bb. l-n;i, rtnf rrrbnck. 1 here's no snch t)'ing in this life as com ph to satisfaction If a man has no me ney, he is miserable, and if he has lots of it, it is next to impossible to in vest it remuneratively. The re is no busi ness which is sure to pay, not even the business of stealing, but that's because theTe sire so many persons in it, and there would bo many more in it if the penitentiary did not prevent it from : iug open to e verybody, and so be utter ly ruined. Boston Truncript. Not only piles of the verv worst kit d can be cured by DeWitt'h Vitch IL'.-l Sa'vo, but ee -tna . scalds, b irn.sl'i'trses, boils, ulcers und all other skin troui' s an be instantly relie d by the s-rne reuiedv. W.U Kennels, St. Louis: B. S. Webb, Aim. MOpeinc Dc.CKir .-kit. Consul Scott, in a recent n j-rt upoti th tradi of the Chinese town of Swntow, remarks- upon the fact that 1 1 . Ur , ' " "v fresh g'.'s lhxure umong the export s. 1 : , 1 1 he tells us that all are (ertainlv not frtvdi. f"r it is tin1 cii-'ii!!! to ship darks' i'jfs which have been Ir.eubatid to within fe-w days of haPhing. Theso eggs nn brought on beard the H earners packed in shalletw baskets with layers of Mift Chinos paper between and nrounet them. Th baskets are placed about tin deck pwnng to the awning supports and occasionally are put In position mar the boilers, but a a rule the heat ef tho climate Is qulto nut flclciit to complete the hatching of tli eggs. It therefore romr n-ttout that ftt tfe end of the voya'e ymitu ducks are landed at Singapore or Bangkok In lieu of tk eggs which originally formed part of the cargo. As rule, the birds come to nc harm, but, on the e-ontrary, exhibit quit H thriving appe-arai.CH. Chamber' Juut nal. Th Ot&holto Ornnijo. Among tin many charming plants o recent intre.due tiein the Otahe itc ernng is most unique-. With its dak, glossy, pre en foliage alone-, it is a plant of un usual beauty, but when, in addition, it loads itself with true, fragrant eirangt blossoms, followed Ly a precision oi bright, miniature o ranges, it e einstitnte U beautiful specimen ind-ed. It is a dwarf (.range-, and a plant not more3 than six n i lies high will bloom and friit m a three inch pot. 1 hav one net more than 1 months old as thrifty as nn oak, blooming and fruiting in a live Inch pot, and likely tet remain in its present quarters 1 r some time to corne as it is far fre-m be-ing root bounel. ll blooms m .st freely during winter, and for this re;. M,n should be well and sym inetrieally grown during the summei oreccdii.fr. The Llc'swane arc pure. What use is there in eating when fooel eb (" Villi no go d in tact, when it docs von more harm than 'jood, b r such is the case if it is Hot digested: ll yon h ive a loathing for food tin re is no ii sc of forcing if dow n.lor it will not be1 elige sted. Yoll inlis istoi". 1 he digest ive organ to their natural strength and cause the food to be do '(' tea I . whell all a ppi lite will come. and with it a relish v f I. Tin tiled, languid feeling ujii give place to vigor a ml ene-rg v leu on will put tlcsh on volir hone n lil become si rolig. Tlie Shaker iMgo-tcd Cordial a lieile by the .Mount Lebanon h.ikcs con tains food already digctcJ and i ;. digester etf t'oeids a well, ll atioti is prompt and its e H'ecis perin uieni . I )ocoi-s pn scribe Laxol because it has all the virtues ol L'asioi Oil and is palatable. Summer Review Term Will Ih' 1 11.1 at ! m 3C IC" 33C O JGk. Iiistrne tion vsill 1' given in All Uraiiclie's reMpiired for Tirt. Se'e-oml ami Third (irueh' Certificates. Tuition, Five Dollars. For further Inform itioii. mMress ALBI III1 P. COOK, Ithacn, Miclc or FRED FU1 L'TRTON, Alma, Micb itU) H f W finds himself k K A. tho f fle of a clifC . I V'- V'1 He stntnble;s, falls, . ' KJ A srf. if t asps inn - i ' ' Cc.'sUcv at rop- . - tl-i., r viii. li breaVs ws- - A-f ' v'.'tr ,M v l-lv. lttMuif y-Arr fcdl straight d.-wr. the pncipice. lfir awakes with z-. start mid a stnrcf le. If he li t, 'y, . littlr spot of su- Ti rtitii.n in Vit.r. c ' v 1 f t j M- -: k 'i y he tries to figure out the tin i.inug of l it -tiOrtiii. if lie net supi t.stitioiis, he looV for tlu i at! e, f.nds j-.t i::i;geH'n at id tc. l voiii-nt ss, thiv. iie ls tht real tie i;v iug It i h n'ood tl. wtr u, tx lieve in dre-;.::- . hat to bi Ik-vc ia U. ni iu tin- tiht way. . bad dream is a whining. It is a sin th il all is not riht iu tht- e!r anif-r's hod v. It means Uml hi digestion is out of o'tdr; find that ia"-an that his blood is not re ceiving Hutlun-iit noutihhiiieat ; and tha? ha it, tfff ot ou the nerves ; and tho m rve, or tht biaiu. Impiuit digestion rar,-o-o'-inq.c-tfect nutrition. It uo-nn that tho strii'.rth and food that ouht to z inn- -tin blooj fiom the di;etive orjans--fhv should to build tbr ti'suos that wast .' iy day - i'-, t-ing pirvettid and is de:r. iio pond. It moan that there will V I..-. of suiiJ. strongthfal tleh ; that the nerve' . will tn uncovered just that much ; thT 'A bility wdt '.-ii 'uo ; and that the man's beds i-. rrady for the reception .if dis;-ae yK :rA l Tliat Ls Hit- real nu-anim of tht n i-:'-- -drear.:-, and sueli ditaeis '.houbl always V t d.c?- to mtan that llu- use of J)r. l'ie-rct'--( '.olden Modi.-al Piscovery is utKl-ut atu'. ji.r.r rativc, if health wouid he pres r vuj . Tae " Piscovt ry " is a v rtain cairr far m U Ii-stioii. iy-nc psi-i h.hI liver C'ii?;pt,.in i. When constipation is presi-ni, it j qu :.ily iH-ccssary to -uppli uit-nt tho "f).. eoc. ry " hv the use of Dr. Pirtce's Vic - - iv l'-!!.ts. One link- "IVlh-t" is a .-rc Cr.-.tive. him! two a tuild cathartic. TV-v H atly facilitate tlw action of the "Gold--f M.-dk A Discovery," ty ridding tht sy-.t- a. of jtoisonous, effete matter, hie raisins ifw ativty of the lower bowels so that V: impure matter forced out of the blood bv the Viouhn Mi dical Discovery " u.iv t-;.V (;uick egress. Iloth the "Golden M-'di.. i Di i every" and the ' Pallets" may be .,? tain, d at any drug stcrt. Comptvtc- in! r tnation conn rnimf them may bo iiad -v addressiug the Wotlifn Disptnary lld ical Assoc iatiou, Uuffalo, N. Y. A f - A IS i .. One No I,oii(j, r IIc.t- : i. tlvn .tiir.. n.ivl tl. e ;.-.o4 ;.. Another time we d;--vti to u - In the Playa Nin-va, li e ,-qr.-;:e iv f rr ' i ? tf the govi na r g- i' t-:1's pahc-e at th fe .ot of the bill. It was la al alter dark, vhich was1 induce ment f. r us to g. The v.iotcrs. fit "n wl om we got all tbr pevssip we ever h.-i.;.i. . id that it .. .'.; Fcin thing to elo v. i;h ( bamb'.! Might be th little ktlY.ir of tl e egg, th rti.-e - v. ry of An. erica, i r his own d' a?!i or anything e-!-e , for all tlay knew or caneb Ti.e c hi rati n it-df did vr.-v la Ij to explain m ifti is. Laufi m.s b"'! from evi.iy tj.v- in the plaza. Tin n v. .v. u crowd of w..t. r ;.rvii rs. and d. nk- ys, and W(.i..'-!i, and prii.-N, and childicij, and S4tldi(-rs, and men M-lliTig big rouoei. cakes that lo kil like nnelfisized Knghj.d .ies wii.h nothing inbi, Kccki ts wa re let oil' ut rare interval's, nnd all drums and eytataK play.-d with just such a brazen, hi r . ..T -or.s beating ami cla.-hiug as the 'jU .-t.-ms must have xm.de ns t!y mar-h-'-i .;' to (.lie i f 1 1. l- p'lh-dical lau-'tv-.'-s-- . h . Vivarrambkt. llu.t was all; so th..: connecuon with f.-lumbus was nt vn-j--" obvious. But the prefti st part ef tho pager. 7ii was on o-ur way tiak, vhn, at the t .p of the ( .die de les HeiiiiTi s, wc saw f -. gror.p ef gills in the g:.t'.-w ay, a "vbi-ts barrie-a,c against the da'kmss oc Ui Wdo-L They bioke away, dancing, iswo can, and we' f llowesl them up. ht Fte-epegtef tlio three jiartiug r v ir. . pursuit of a distant sound of uiu.i.'. Thv7 pceiif held out promise of the tradition ski Spanish night attuned to tlie click of castam t - and the thiumming of guitar. But within the Alhamlra's iol-ir we found nothing more) romantic thii a man with an accordion and a fe couple's waltzing under the trees. Yor the national danoo and song the stranger must go to the- show h"ld by guidef ami" gypsit s Miite-w lu re on tlie .vci: It is sr. ipo-i d to be improper, though ii ii'- iil the most only etupid, and for th: yeai mn,-t j-ay in p setas. But ne ver rr.ee in Cirannda'fi opr-r. Ftrr e ts and e-ourts e r in those of t.ny other AnJi'.Iusian town did we he-ar tl. i castam ts :p". guitars that j l;:y o si1 ductivi ly through the Andalusia o" t inancv i:i:d iTurray. That they sri .-?.;! Ftill l e especte el really shows how i-j.rr i tradition dies. "Am I, then, com-: " Spain to le-ar humstrums and 'Vi"'!;' Runlies?" lit ckford isskeel indign a i ciy . hundred y arsago. But eve ry ir.'V -:.'.t. elcrgoe e to the' ce.untry, sure th i, ; f. ik -him, at b-a.-t. there will be' th s-v;-etrr.mming and mad faudungo a'!. 1'!zx long K utl.e rn night under the ;n.; ir. -FJirabeth Be. bins I'emall in Ceiivc. a point to bi;m!:mbi:i; l! yoit wish to purify your . ' v o -b -nh' take a medicine it:,., ?. cures bo(d d isease's. The )i'i(iri' '.' .-mi s b- Mood's s ir-'iparill.t p.vTf' . bif t! is the best nuilicine for ib- bl lever Mfoditci d. Ilo-d's ir,.. I ri I l-i cu r.-s i be lii"St stubborn in-.'--and it i the nn diciui' lor yon tv. t 'A -if your blood is impure. Hood's pills are the best nf tor-dir-. nor pill: ait digestion, cure hr.it: ache, ".'.'t ceiil s. i; inn gr . . And Continuing 5 Week?::.