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right in luce meat 1 a luueh In Itself an epicure' lunch. hide mm MINCE MEAT Is the right mince incut. Whole some, fresh Hiul delicious. For pic 8, fruit cuke und fruit pudding. Kld everywhere. Tuke no Hul.nlitute. 8'Dt nam snil Mni fur tXKiklrt, " Mrt. Puklut' TbkDkitCiviiig," a buuioruun iturj. MERRELL-SOUIE CO., SYRACUSE, N Y H ru- fr tM. x'iii- f.ir twenty and B-Miif f r lir' ye-us l.avn S'dTded f otn jh'mn i r - i tli-M hwve been qutckh H''d t' ilUhf 1 i c ,mi hy using I)e- 'nt'i W if' 'I I S i vh ilit glea' leoiedy pUs ml tonus of skin W II livo-ei. S Louisill T.Webb. Alma To Cure ('MMiitulioii Inri'vcp. Take '.icarcs ( a i i v 'at eti rt u Pk- i r "". If C. C C. fail to i up', iline ts r fuim iihi ey. iWrtl .)!;. - f ( cores III. Tho horse in w hu h ( Jeorge HI r Lorn (as Maied in .Mr. Lament "a cum pre fceudvo history of M. .James square) is Still standing, at t lie li.uk ot Norfolk Uouse, in it James square, paraikd with tho fn nt n.amien. li is ;i dwarf Hanoverian bir'niing, i.liiii.i-f of the ul lage Ope, aud a U n u. il f,r many years as a servants' and stable Louse. What is now the sfabjo yard w;:s for merly u pardui Mhich faced the squaio London Net "Y "Our little girl 1 1 -i 1 diarrhoea in a very bad form. Wo tried cvri yihing we could think of hut without elleci until we g t I r. Fowler's Ft. of WjM St ia w berry, which helped her light away." Sirs. Ann Porgniaii, Verban, Sanilac Co., Mich. Klrl llorst-lt-hi t'arrine Inteiitlou. Maryland has fin niched so many of She first things in invent ion and con ttructh n thai it wiil siii'i iii.o tio one to hear that the first invention of a horse lu carriage in America was hy a Mury lundcr. It was almost u century ago. Baltimore American. W li. Johnson, Newark. () . rh. 4,One M'tiutc ('ouch Cute natl tin only child fn m rivi"C In croun " I has saved thoimaroKs of others sulTeritu; frrn croup, ptieumouia. hroticlmis and other seriou throat a'd lut'jr trouhles W. II. Itetinels, St. Lmi?; 15 S Webb. Alma. Offered film a Steady Job. A gOi.nl 8tory Is told of how Daniel CConnell received the pratoful bless ing of an Irishman. During1 the course of hia circuit in Ireland he was able to ecure the Migration of a young son of Erin who had been charged with Rome offense or other. On a wtvud turn around the country O'Connell again saved the Irishman from the arm of law. The prisoner, overwhelmingly grateful, went up to the advocate, shook him by the hand and, in the fullness of his heart, exclaimed: "And may the Lord save ye to defend me always, Mr. O'Connell." Don't thin your blood with sassafras or poison it with biue-rrjao; but aid na ture by using DeWitt's Little Karly Risers, the famous little pills for con stipation, biliousness and stomach and liver troub es. They are purely vege table. V. II. Kennels, St. Louis; H S.Webb, Alma. Agitation For Wldn Tire, Tbero has been ono tning in particti Ur that tho L. A. W. has fought for, and that is to compel all vehicles to us wide tiros. It is but recently that it has beguu to scoro iu this direction. Th Peoria city council has decreed that al wheeled vehicles uriveu over its stn after Jan. 1, lbl'C, thall have tires, the minimum width beii. Inches, lliuht on her hels is Clcv, who is preparing topasnftn ordinance like tenor. Now that tho ball has b itarted in tho right direction tho re formers should not let it ttop by th oadsiiaUeariiu.'a Weak Lungs Hot weather won't cure weak 'lungs. You may feel better be cause out of doors more, but "tile trouble is still there. Don't stop taking your Scott's Emulsion because the weather happens 'to be warm. If you have a weak throat, a slight hacking ;cough, or some trouble with .the bronchial tubes, summer is the best time to get rid of it. If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention. Weakness about the chest and ;thlnness should never go to gether. One greatly increases the danger of the other. Heal the throat, cure the cough, and strengthen the whole system flow. Keep taking Scott'a Emulsion all summer. ' Pot sale bj all druggists at 30c and $!. A PCAN TO THE PUMPKIN. Iluw d-r to my heart 1 tlix old yellow purupktal Win n orchards ure barren Of httllHn for pieH, Win n p ucIh-h ami apphsi Huve Ix.th ki n a failure And In rrit of no kind Have greeted our eye IIv fumlly we turn To the fruit f the cornfleldl Only fcx.ls thei dcsjiiHe Tho old yellow pumpkin, The iiukI covered pumpkin. The big bellied pumpkin, That make siuh irood pien. Louisville Democrat LOVE IN THE DESERT. One day a boy canio running to his f.i Iherwitha book. "What does this word mean?" he asked, for he b( licved that his father knew all tho world and most of the things beyond. The parent lie lieved that, too. and that is how the child had come to imbiU the idea. The man lked and saw the word "love." "Do you know what that word means papa?" asked tin buy. "Oh, yes," said tin father. And he began thinking. He tin night for a l"iig time, for there were so many things love is that he hardly knew where to be gin delining. And the longer he remain 'd silent the hardi r it s emed to tind a S ginning. "It is diflieult to answer, " no obsc rvrd, and the boy interrupted, nim. "When wo find a difficult problem a chool, "ho said, "we go to the rule. What is the) rule about love?" Tin fatln r looked at him, but did not Answer. He thought. Then he gad mxiouslj about, and out through the A'indow he saw a man passing "All," he said, "there is Mr. Drown, md I want to see him. " And he hurried out to speak to the man, and the boy never heard w hat love or w hat is its rule. Ford, b ing quite satisfied that the story was a lie from the k ginning and that his search for the wonderful lost desert tribe would result in no benefit to the Smithsonian institution, stopped to rest in the shade of the water wagon, the wheels cf w hich were sunk 18 inch es into the roasting sand. "Lookout, "he yelled to fine of the drivers, "or this Nevada sun will get action 011 you and you will pop like corn! Lord, isn't it hot !" And he looked about at the blistering white and blue and cudgeled out of his memory certain verses: And when prim npirit come to that eurs'd land. To he where wanderer fell, They l.k in terror at the turning sand And hurry tack to hell "And that's desert Nevada, and where wo are driving and swearing and sw eat ing through it to find the desert tribes man, w ho is a lie. " "Hy tho powers, it isn't ulio!" yelled Graves, his assistant. "Look!" "A Chinese boy!" roared Ford. "And, ye gods, a redheaded Chinese boy, and on a camel, and in Nevada!" Hong Foy was a dismal failure. Mc Goggin told him so daily. He could not tamp Southern Faeihe ties half as well as Yo Heave, or whatever the ixx kmark ed Chinaman's namn was, and Fon Keo could almost carry a "(H) pound to tho yard" rail by himself, while Hong Foy, being young and pale and calm, found it difficult to lug even tho spike maul or tho pinch bar. When fore the invest ment of the Southern Pacific Railroad company iu Hong Foy was denominated by Mike McGeggin, the section fore man, as a weird and wonderful failure only McGoggin used words of the tamo import, but of different pronuncia tion. Hong Fov, however, could cook, and he showed Maggie MeGoggin how to nuike a soiv) out of potato sprouts which McGog;;'n declared to le the tri umphant work of the devil. Soup, by the way, is a thing not to be experi mented tin vh"ii tho s.ction Imarding houso is at a place in Nevada where the water is brought in a tank from a sta tion HO or 100 miles away. McGoggin preeiated the soup, and because of it n trained for two weeks from discharg ing Hong Foy. Hut on a Saturday night of the mouth of June, in the year 18S1, he threw a bolt at Hong Foy, hit him with a crooked Kpike and mode a run to the toolhouse to get a wrench to kill him with. He had seen Maggie when she kised tho young Chinaman in the kitchen. Iu tho shade of the toolhouse, after McGoggin had retired, Hong Foy crept like, a dog which had been whipped out of its kennel but knows not where togo. He knew two lines of steel over which Chinamen labored, while a redheaded white man swore volubly at them. He knew a blue horizon, and these things were all he knew in that land except ing the sun Where could ho go? As he leaned dej'tedly against tho toolhouse and thought of his love making, he wept, and weeping, Maggie found him. Hong Foy had not dreamed of the fu ture, and had not exa cted the coming of the girl. He had expected to sleep in the toolhouse that night and In- beaten again in the morning. Hut Maggie had planned. The best part of her plan was that sho had brought a huge bottle, and it had Mater iu it, "We will go that way," she said, pointing out into ths desert. it is not fco bad to walk all night through tho desert if you are sure you are going to have shade in which to rest tho next day Hut tho next day Same, and as Maggie and Hong Foy looked about them all they saw wa what a couplo of ants in a plasterer' box of lime see. Far, far, far away, round about and near it was white. And it was bo flat that they seemed to look up out of a basin to a brim which was white and blue, and the alkali and the sky nestled roc lose to each other and the sky arched over as though it wcro tho roof of the plain In such wise that Maggie thought they might as well have been imprisoned in the shell of a monster rffff only it would have to lie the biggest -gg and biggest shell ever created, and there would be room for rly one. of such like in the world, Ths mn was beautiful in me early morning, and there wer roses in tho desert rant Just as there are roses in the east of the crchard land. The sun looked on thera with a friendly rotundity for an hour, and then he frowned, and tho frown was of whito heat. And slowly they plodded on, searching for a 1 u!i big j enough to cast two square feet of shade. I They had no means if tel.: 'time Mother than by the sun. but the : : knev. I tho Mvrcts f the mm and k"! it w.n I 10 o'clock wnen the pale, c;.; 1 fare of Hong Foy looked into herswi .. dir.ah pitcouMiess, and he tank in a s.vo( u. Hurriedly the girl nneovcrui his head i and saw lor the first time ;:n at, I jagged, ragged h Jc mad1 by that bent fpike thrown by hi r t'.itlur. The iron I had dug d-en. but the- Cl.iiiani..ii . S ph;.-t.red th:- v..uiii w;;h the rir.;-! wa-ae taken from th" T i.!!mu' avd ha'. 1 wrappetl his w arcmd it. M te re j par;!ci the hurt w:th a lilii" h:t r' vm. I manly horror, a' d t!: M'. she th uy' toj j how her lovt r h;. Iwalk' d t;!' that '" through t! 'vi'iiN wrh io brad v.nvk fd by her fat in r'- 1 f, i .'.'id had 11 d in timatid tha h" w.h iiiji.v I at all. "lie is v ;th . " .-.; d M .;;:;' Ai-u tenth riy '' dre- d the d v.;; il- in it v i !i the pr. on ms .;oer li .i'1,' Foy h.ul c;i. rii , hi the git at bottle, "lit is worth it. " It you vr.uli have to n: at the n;.l!i l part of th:.t a v. f a I jour n y go ot.' 1 ! t! S'. e.il f it r.M'ilie to the .la'' wh' re th" o. in pi rat ure is normally at 140 in Jun- af 11 o'eb ek in tho day time, v.'rn tin air is so hot that it fin 1" itself (lp, I ere the alkali i baked into ! w 'i i- .: 1 1 1 ;iii the linest powder k:.( v. 11 to 11.1 die. ne, iiinl without the sbviitest Pn a;h f air to a:ritate it silts and scatter; about over the face of the earth, being drawn up by the sun just as vi u have In ard of Watt r being draw n up. It will be an unpleasant ride to vou, for hi will leave your coat at Ogd.en and your raiment along the right if way with gnat persistence, until in ho middle of the d si rt you w'll lo a disgrace and will belong in t same t poeh as Adam and Lve, but you will re t think of Adam and Lve, for they lived where wafer was and grass and tret s and blossoms, and it would make you insane to think of those as you look ed out on the writhing blue lines of mountains mill i tis of miles away. Mountains w hich you si e here this mo ment and which are gone when you look again. And beating, beating, Nating with a might that makes your head thump is the gn at world consuming suu. Yes, if you wot; Id like to guess alniut Maggie and Hi dig Foy the crippled Hong Foy and tin ir 1' days' parching, famishing, agonizing journey until they walked out of d ath and into a green line of paradise w hich ran along a clear river, you must go there and do it for yourself. And at tin end of the jour uey, if you ever get to the end of it, perhaps you will fall fainting and deathlike at the margin of the stream as Hong Foy did, ( r perhaps you w ill drop on your knets and pray as did Maggie. "The only thing in the cabin," said Graves, "w hich plainly was not made out of the things hert about is a gr at bottle, which is apparently for water. 1 wonder where it came from?" "I don't," said tho driver of the water wagon. "What I want to know is about that there humpy look in camel beast that ftie boy met us on. Tell mn where that thing came from and I'll go how?- satisfied. " "They don't know themselves," said Ford. "They only know he came iu here one day, und the woman says he was sent by God to help the Chinee haul wod in winter time, but the Chi naman insists that ho was created out of the alkali or something, from what I gather in talking to him, as a sp4cial gift of his joss. The boy says nothing. I consider that ln-ast tho greatest object lesson in the conciliation of religious disputes that I ever struck, for while holding these different views they don', quarrel about him. The real explana tion is probably that he is the offspring of Rome of those camels the United States government bought over from Africa several years ago for use in tho Arizona army txists. but which turned out a failure and were let loose to roam TV lu re they would. " "I suppose," said Graves, "that you v ill say in your report that the red I ended, half Chinese kind is the natural child of the desert ?" "Yes. If this land of heat and hard ship is ever to ! jH ojiled, I think that Will be the bleed for it !" "Did it ever strike you," said Graves to Ford, after they had got back to civ ilization, "how that Chinese friend of yours and his wife and child out there in that d scrt are so fond of one anoth er?" "Graves," said Ford, "the word 'love' always seemed to me to le a sort of a sickly one for a grown man to use iu talking to another, hut do you know that is what 1 would call that case? 1 don't think I'd say fond." "I don't understand it at all, " Graves observed. "Well, you know there's no rule for that kind of thing, old man. Love is something you can't cipher out like your latitude and your longitude." Chicago lk-cord. A Mytery of th MnlU. In tho mail delivered at his West Philadelphia residence tho other day William May, tho well known ship chandler, discovered a most remarkable document. It was an invitation to his own wedding, which occurred iu 1857, and where the missive has been (luring the intervening 21) years is a matter of uo littlo mystery. It was addressed to a friend of former years w ho then resided at 3.38 Wharton street. Considering it. age, the euvclojH' is in a very good stat of preservation, although completely covered with hieroglj'pliicn added b postal officials. The invitation card, whito yellow with age, gives little ei deuce of its 29 years of Strang exist uca Philadelphia Ledger. HOW TO FIND OUi Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sedhnent or sett ling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When nriiii slain-, linen it is positive evidence ut kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate or pain in the hack is also convincing proof that your kidneys an I bladder are out of order.! WHAT TO DO. j There is comfort in the knowledge1 so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp II ut, the great kidney remedy, fulfills even wih in relieving p mi in the hack, kidiis, lier, bladder and eer part uf the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or had ef fects following use of liquor, wine or heir and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up 111 :i n times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraoidinary efieet ol Swamp Knot is soon realized. It stands th highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing eases. It you lired a medicine oii should hsve the best. Sold by druggists at fifty cent and one dollai. For a sample bottle Miid pamphlet, both sent free b mn!. mention the llepuhliean Lender ed -ml your full pot thee addles t, Dr. Kilmer A: Co , Hint'haniton. N Y. The propi ietms of tins p r guarantee the genuineness of this otl'er. fVILL SHE TRUNDLE HOOPS? It In Minted I hat I hi W 11 It i.uuoi'i Ne&t l int. I Kverythiiig is new now and nothing l lasts! There is no repose in the mod 'em woman. She is utterly unable to j remain at home in dignified obscurity, but must needs scamper oil' to where I people most do congregate, says Lon don Truth. Display, excitement, movement and noelty are the things which she craves for. The rage for skating at the real ice rink continued for about three months, and then fash ion suddenly sw itched May Fair on to the bicycle. This in its turn is already commencing to lose the charm of nov elty, and those wtiose anity forces them to be the first to do whatever is peculiar are beginning to turn theirnt tention to trundling hoops. Ileing an essentially solemn people, hoeer. wheneer we lapse into frivolity we jus tify our folly by serious argument. It appears that trundling a hoopand spin ning a top are altogether better fonev of exercise t h.in are eit her skating" or bi cycling. The lirst strengthens the pinator Kmgus, the triceps and the latissimus dorsi, Thile the hitter gives play to the deltoid and the extensor carpi radialis longior. That being-the case, no reasonable objection can be raised to our women running along the streets trundling their hoops or piu uing tops in the pari;. l7f, CLIMAX Is the name of a superior quality of brandy plnct d on the market by the Speer N. J. Wine Co. as a companion to their Superior Old Fort Grape Wine. This Old Hrai iiy is a pure distillation from flu1 grape and stand unrivalled. It i considered by emi nent medical men tar superior to most the French Hrandies for medicinal purposes, and i preferred by thetn to othei Hrandies on account of it known puritv. Sold by druggits. Guarding Agitdnat Accident. It wa a London diamond broker and he was trying to pet into the social swim. At last he received cards for a certain Imposing1 function, but, unfor tunately, ttlKjut the same time, was forced to assume the leading role In an unsavory police court case. "You 'ave done it," exclaimed his friends. "You vill get a Icedlo note to say der dance has been postponed, and you vill not be told when der day is!" "Nod so," ex claimed the .lew; "I have der invitation to Somerset house taken to pet it tamped. It is now a contract " mm ii Ha filed Many Times hut Success funic, at Last. ' IV01H tlf (inintl Iittjiiil.i J'n s.t.) The following incident would be han. to believe if it had li"t occurred right here mi Grand Rapids, and investigation by our re preen t at i 'e hiis placei. it, beyond t he reach of doubt. These ure the facts in detail : Mr. .1. II. Whin of No. ',:, 1 I iitb y l'l;e c, has been an instructor iu penman, ship iti different business colleges for the ,):it fourteen years, lie says; " L;it be lober I was suddenly taken ill. I consult ed a physician, who said the pain was from 'gravel' stones; gradually grew worse; the pain was in my back and side. My h ick swelled up in a great ridge, and ! finally grew so bad that I was taken to bed, as helpless as a child. I passed blood, and when the pain was at Its worst I was like one crazy. The doctor injected morphine to give me relief, but further than that he said he was powerless, arid nothing would do me any good but a sur gical operation. I believe my flesh was literally cooked in the attempts to relieve my agony, everything was used, mustard plasters, turpentine, hot cloths and all such things. I was in this condition, given up by t lit? doctor, and almost out of my mind w ith suffering. 1 commenced taking I loan's Kidney Fills, and really I felt easier in 'JO minutes. After about, two hours 1 had a passage of urine, and passed blood and some ' gravel ' stones w hich greatly relieved inc. I rapidly improved. I took in all six boxes, and 1 feel to-day entirely well. Mine has been a wonderful case. I feel that I cannot sav anything strong enough for Doan's Kidney Fills. My great wish is that they may become we'll known. They will prove a boon to man kind. For s:ile by all dealers, price .10 cents. Mailed by Poster-.Milburn Co., Ihiffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U.S. Kcincin Ut the name, l)tniH9, and take no other. I GRAND TRIUMPH In buid wh-r ttu Ibr iictrv wll, sr ftlgu to U lievf, Ju tl.f virtue of in-trd bets, we tny expect ne un'ilniUd fttith t the villus wise w'nriiiiii The Kosnip l lievcH not eiilj in tu mbir, not ,ndy in th virtue of names such ns the whispcrrng of the word " oi-pi'ri Ah h hior! I Salt bazar!" In the ear of fin cilej,tie t iciit but in tharm-, in the nuigic-.f h caul, in the secret of t iu l:it t 'i Ken li'.'iu u litiimiii rorpM!. Ths witches in 'A!i.l- : h" would doubtless And iu I'tiibrut hi. ample custom for thelt pilot's thumb, while the toad, the snuka. il-.e new t, the frog, the lizard's Itg and tut owlet' win.: .ueitill daily ingredients, no of the witch's hill broth, but of the fundi medicine chest. Thegiisof the IVruyiau highland I tleve as firmly its nuy heroine of Thcocritut that a person possessing a lock of auothet person's aior can will pain, disease nni even death unto the ow ner of the hair, nn( thiif when maidens (ive their betrothed lovers the customary plaited tress it It rlrtually their life and all their power o-f suffering that they give into thoc trustee bunds. If the man should prove anfaith ful arid disease descend upon the unhappy Ionian, she is not, however, utterly lost The experienced matrons of her v.llHgoha" .Tcaus to transfer the complaint to tre. n uo animal or to cast it into rimninp ivRtei Thepitii tit mut ri- in the earl lawn. fond. 'ertaie ji!:nt in a cert all niiiiiiiv. s. ::,' ".'.i iy lion wither an'iJ tloiirifh Hai..'' or hind her complaint tc I o-ee in a iivcu fashion, tukltiK care nevei o p..ss again be f ore t hat tr-e lest the dh ase, reci 'nii rig its former poMsiMi. wn to lir Ssvaiu. At ieneum. Sick headache can be quickly andj complete! v overcome bv Using llmej I'Iiioik little pill know 11 a"I e W it t' I Little Ivnly Kisers." W.H IJennels, St. Louis; H. S Webl, !mi. On frwl)nrlt. I here's no such thing in this life as com filet o satisfaction If a man has no money, he is miserable, and if he has ! lots of it, it is next to impossible to in- J vest it remuneratively. There is no busi ness which is sure to pay, not even the I business of btealing, but that's because there are fo many persons in it, and there would be many more in it if the penitentiary did not prevent it from be ing open to everybody, and to be uttof ly mined. liostou Transcript. Not only piles of the very worst kind (tan be cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, but -ma. sea Jds,bui ns, bruises, boils, ulcers nnd all other skin troubhs can be instantly relieved by the same remedy. W.ll Kennels, St. Louis; B. S. Webb, Alma. 8riitiiig iiumo iittr. Consul Scott, in a recent report upon the trade of the Chinese town of Swntow, remarks upon the fact that 11,000,(0 fresh eggs figure among the exports. IJut he tells us that all are ocrtainlv not fresh. for It Is the custom to ship ducks' egg whlob have been incubated to within a few days of hatching These eggs aa ' brought on Ixwtrd the steamers packed in 1 shallow baskets with layers of soft Chinese paper between and around thetn. Th baskets are placed about tht deck swunj to the awning supports and occasionally axe put in position near the boilers, but as a rule tho heat of the climate is quite euf flclcnt to complete the hutching of th eggs. It therefore comes p.nout that at th end of the voyag young ducks are landed at Singap.re or Bangkok in lieu of ths eggs which originally formed part of the cargo. Asa rule, the birds come to nc harm, but, on tho contrary, exhibit quit a thriving Appearance. Chambers' Jout tial. Thm Othlte Orange. Among tho many charming plants or rerent introduction the Otaheite orang is most unique. With its dark, flossy, green foliage alone, it is a plant of uu- ! usual U-auty, but when, in addition, it ! loads itself with true, fragrant orang. : blossoms, followed by a profusion ol bright, miniature oranges, it constitutes j a beautiful frpeoimen indeed. It is a ! dwarf orange, and a plant not more j than six inches high will bloom and ! friit 111 a three inch pot. I have one not ' more than 10 months old as thrifty as an oak, blooming and fruiting in a five Inch pot, and likely to remain in its present quarters for some time to come, as it is far from U ing root bound. It blooms most freely during winter, and for this reason should be well and sym metric ally grown during the summei DieosMlitig. The blossou.o aro pure. llicycle riders, football players and athletes generally, find a sovereign reiiMdy for the prains and brub .indents to which I hey are eoiM in I iy liable-, in I r. 1 homa Lcleei ic Oil. T. Imj of ltar'irtr. A bachelor old snd cranky was sit tin a alone in his room, ills toes with the gout ivere u'-hing. and his face va o'crsprcaii with gloom. No little .-r e's shouts to dis turb him from noises the house was free In fact, from cellar to attic, 'twas as still s still could he. No medical aid was lack ing. His servants answered his ring, rs spect fully heard Ids ordt rs and supplied him with everything, lint still there was something wanting, which he could not command the kindly words of cnmp.is Sinn, the touch of a gentle hand. And la said as his brow grew darker and ho rang or the hireling nurse, "Well, marriage may be a failure, but this Is a Jolly sltfbt worse " Ioin!' i St ind trd A Slimmer Review Term Will He Held at IT j&l. C5 Instruction will be given in All Urnnclics rcqjiirril for l-irst, Second and Third (irado Ortificatis. Tuition, Fivo Dollars. For further Information, address ALBERT P. COOK, Ithaca, Mich., or gFRED FULLRTON, Alma, Mich 5tl0 This is the complaint of tT3 M thoe-iinds at this seiisou. t,J'H V T.c y hav-no npi etitc; food liffl dii 3 docs not relish. They ne 1) t hetoning upof t he. ftoniach nuj rpgeiflvf organs, which a conr-ie of Hood's Saryipnr!l!a will give them. It also purifies and enriches tho bloml, cures tint dit" ss nftf r eating and internal ini-ie.-y ,! !;, n dy-'.cp'Jc c:i know , creates r,n njp' the, overcomes t lint 5 red feeling n'ld build's up und sufuins the who'.e phys'cal system. It ho prompt ly arid efficiently relieves dyspi pt ic symp toms and cures pervouH headaches, thit it seems to have almost " a magic touch. Sarsaparilla Is the hesl ill fact the !ie True !.! ! Pun Her. . . p.... .Hi' tin lust aftei ihinier l lOOd S I'll IS IMlls. ai.l d.gestlull. -'.V. a I' Matters . xr!ln(r to th Pent nttnctb Tin re is .o mi ntien of mules in the Pentateuch. Such breeding was contrary to the law, hut the Assyrian sculptures, in later time, give figures of mul"s, ami tlaynre i.oti edin later books of tho DiUu (Lx. k.i 1 xx'.ii. 1 1; Zechariuh xiv, 1.1). l r aie) iluinestio fowls no ticed, though known in Palestine in the time of Christ a::d repr'-s-rnb d on cylin ders of the I'f ls'iin period. Thcro is no mention of the citron, which is native to Media, bvt which was only known in tho Persian cried in Palestine. Cot ton (Lsfber i, fi) and silk (Lzi kiel xvi, 10) aio uliko unnoticed in tho Torah, but occur in later books, while flax, one of the most ancient materials in Asia and in Furopc, is so n ;'icd. The cochi neal insect ("crimson," Isaiah i, 1) may early have supplied a dye, fi r it is found on the h aves of the Syrian oak, and the purple dye from the gall annrn or operculum of ihy sb Hfi.-h ued at Tyre may date back to smy age, since it is found all along the Palestine eoa-t, as are the y How cioe...j i.r 1 u and the orange colored henna uud kohe for blackening the eyes. Tho Hebrews do not appear to have Used horses befote the time of Solomon, but tho Canaanites had horses and char iots, which aro noticed monumentally between 1 TOO and Mi() U. Caswell as later. Tho L'gyptians also had char iots long before the Kxodus. Trading caravans, sm h as led Joseph to Egypt, aro noticed in the fifteenth century IJ. C. , in Palestine, and ships on the Syri an coast as early us KiOO B. C Scot tish Uoview. nhy Sppurutor. A Kansas correspondent inquires "If a baby No. 2 hand separator is sufficient ly large for a heard of 15 or 20 cows." This separator will skim J00 pounds of milk per hour, leaving not over one tenth of 1 per cent fat in the skimmilk If the milk is warmed to the right tem perature. This is Udter than ran be done with any system of seitir:;; with which we are acquainted. A rn.vi used to the work will turn a separator f the milk of 2i cows without finding b. very difficult labor. Skim twice a day. pour ing the milk fresh drawn from the cor Into the separator tank. Fresh drr.wu milk, h the warmth it carries, is jnst about trie right temperature for the bes ikimming, and unless expov.nl to the cold and Bkimmiug is delayed there is usually no need of warming up such milk. I should prefer, however, to have some mall jiowcr to drive tho separator. Small tread powers are now becoming common, and a bull or light horse will work one of these, giving entire satis faction. Ly this means if the separator U placed in a room adjoining tho barn the milkers can carry their pails of milk aud strain directly into the separator tank. A Jersey bull used for skimming the milk in this way at this station a couplo of years fcince seemed to be well pleased with the job after he understock what was expected of him. This hull weighed less than ("00 pounde when firs t used on the tread power, and yet his weight was sufficient to drive the separator at a satisfactory speed. The dairyman adopted the practice of giving this bull a drink of warm skinimiik after each separation, and it was amus ing to see the young fellow working away on the tread power drooling at the mouth in anticipation of the warm drink of milk which he s'-eined to relish great ly and to regard as full compensation fo? sll labor perf )rmed. Profewor W. A. Ueurv in lJroder'e Gaztt. The yneeu's Need!. Queen Victoria is in possession of a curious needle. It was made at the cel ebrated needle manufactory at Kedditcl) aud represents the Trajan column in miniature. Scenes from the queen's lifa are depicted on the needle, so finoly out that they are ouly discernible turooga a microscope. Hoods 1 5eg;i lining;. . . . And Continuing 5 Weeks.