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Not a few of th oil rif x on toricrd and eornphiel oddities r fer to Itornc as the "NHrjl f-s City," arel mention the curious fact that at one time it whs invitinc the. dentil penalty to pronounce it "ancient ah I mys terious name" The (irk forra of tlmt ancient iiitnic is P.ornr, n t as v. pronounee it to-ilny, and was flr-t u-e 1 by either AnVtotl' or Tre-ophru'-t u-, the various authoritfe iihTenn suim nhat on that irniu;it ri d point. Tii niypt ri'iiH iou:i" - it v,..n).i !. .r-iionri-il in l'ncrli"h is .-li-V:-d to hve 1 ri V"itl n 1 1 't. I o'ur I'irHfi, writi't on this uriotity of. iifnri-lat,ir , mhvs: "Tlev l.th'i r mr:i in uri 1 p.eai nnni'4-), ni' all inferior to V:i sanr-l find proverbial ij tin: Lie'-i 1..--lonV'e-l to 1oim - Tti tj1(. m rr t ipialivme; nam" ! the ancier.t city, )n;nv lleis " Uid expres-iou in one m v-terioiu word that uorl i Valentin." The ibbulist !eli , ; that .FeniHaleju Jii 1 iv sjicrr.f name known to hut a fetv oKfliw hiu pri -ts and tie- Kahhins aver ihat lo 1 hi:us I f Ion an )ii',,jnni'iniivi!l- na-je nlii-ii MoiiM prohahjv Vdl niiv perr-.'i that Would In itl St. tpi enough to proHoun'.-4 iv'uis I'K iiublic. Ifo Thoutrht She Was in Fault. J'etween Jamaica and Iyonpj Inland City m hu oil factory which 'Vnells to heaven." A lady who wim obliged to take the ride between thes-two points' very often alwayH carried with h r v I Mit 1 15 of lavender f-alth. On inviiiiii .: an old farmer took the cat lir' l;v hehind her. As the tram Hen red the factory the lady opened the bottle of f-alt. Soon tho whole carriage .sms f)lled with the horrible odor of the oil. The idd farmer utood it an Ion:,' as ho could, then leaned forward and hhout od : ".Madam, would ye mind puttin'the f rork in inai ere, l-ottie. it sue lis- L 1 i A 1 , . I I . 'uriiaiiu. .!w Kirk .ui ri'iirv. I- If .l 'I V A - I II Tin: figure Usually '.pokeii Oi Ariibie nuiuerdls pre of lite 1 by , etc r.; Yeallv ot It-t l:ri:. Yonllv orit'in. 1 lu'v ere jif ,t used in Ara'oia. by Abdia.nnied lien Musi in '.mn a. i. 'I herinlest naval a"ii:i h it-tor y that at .Sa hum's in (ire-k H. ('. !)'. fTATK-ol Olll!,('nV oi- TonKI O. la CAS ofM v. KrANK rilKNKV (iHik'H fth 1 h- tli. f eni r rt in-r .1 I he Wrtn -l V. .1. Ciifm v V '., lllig li-ifu In the C V of 'ii.ie'h '"inty and Stale nfor-a ami that said hi"i Mill pav the sain i.f ONK Hl'MMiKI) l)tl. 1 4 A IS fur each Kiel every e:i-.i- of 1 ' 1 1 ;i ri h I h;i t run nut he t uitnl by the use if II m.i.'s vr A ' uu l-I'MK. FliAVK I. f'llr SKY. rn to hffom mo and Mibriii I in my presiMie-, t hi- h d xy ef IVccihIi t, I) !-;. A. W. ii.EAs(e, - A" if ir i I'uh'ie. HnirsCntarrh Tiire i.staken internally ami m is 1 1 r-c t J y on the blood and mucous surface of fhjyst-m. S-inl for test :in..tiiaN, f i re. F. J. CiiFNtv & Co., Tol j.to. ). ifr Sold hy IlruKt s, T,V;. "m.o-"mc ha- ra t T'JU.Onii.noo j..-u:i ! of ft"' .t. we hin t h.- i -t y.- ir. Mrm persons are lroki ti bnvn from .-r v'irk T lin'ls. Iinli) c.iri'f. I'.ue,vt-s In. li t,-r liliil'. Hi - v. -i-!M, .ail - !t i-ti.iii. nov. m i ki "i i li , aal eiire-' tu a n.i. 1 t-l'lentll ion r lor . 1 1 -1 1 mul rliii li. n. T'n: J"nU"l Stitei hiv.- 11.1 ncdi I 6t roi.'U'.-i'-. 1. o t ie n 1 ho"..' op it ' W Carf Kupiiirr. Nn matter of how long 'tanuim: Writ for fr- tn-atiw, tet imonuiU, etc-., to S. .!. IlolU'iiNMiirth .V ., oe-, 'I'mxa ('., N. V. lYIvf f 1; bv mail, Jl.M. t 1 ,iii'h i--fur u - i'i "ir.- to na" t --ir t rh a nt " Vrim' 1 r n Hit t -rs cm" 1 sp -t i -in, 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 r - ami '"lein r .il li. I t -i-tr.Ti-ti.. i. 1M mi. I - 1 1 tt..- i fi !iti. ;ip; : t. . Th" het Oil M.it ii i i. f.ik .'in'ii an. I rh ! ire i. i. M i'a- in r No! 1 I Vm r b enrolled itis hr ; ildentx ev year with ).) b.. f.il nu tmm' . I.. 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II 1.1. !'. -i .i'i! T!i.-d'. in.- 1. 1 i ... 1 t !t I,' Old in tier-, b:... 1 I t .i ;d j.-l o t.,;;v. f RKV. TALMAG! 1HK l!l:oni;?v?, MVlK SUN DAY. SEKMON. Tr.tr in," If y- -Tionid -k fifty ir.n whatth htirh K wotiM iriv.. you fifty .MfYTnt an A'T-. otic 'j, .in wouM say, "It ! a iuvu tion of hyjMM-riti-." Another. "It t" An as s n;hly of j.w.pl- wh- f.--l thmelf a zrM i-;il l..-tt-r tii.n h'-r." Ahth-r. "It 1 a pla-M for ifovi4 whf 'v-nn" dif-ri-tiun .j. vM,r h nth-r. An-th.-r.- 'It is a pl,-e for .-niliv'ttiou of huj--rfiiion nnl 'vrit ,jMthT. "ft i Hu arst-na! wtir th": Jovian- to .fkH and inukti m" -hot." Another. "It i an art i:'ry. VIit'? rii-n to a-ln;":r-. j;ranJ fr-, a'n-t exquiit fn-'-,, an. mijipl r I. and the lan t.,r,; ja -! cr;. r.'.iat'ery.;' Another man wo.iM ..v ' n i th" hest pii.-o r,u parth x .., ri , ,wn home' If I fnr-t the. O te I'-ah iii ! M my riht li and forget hercun- Now. my friends, whatever tho church ii;v t' tr f-iK you what it ousrht to 1 cryat. pra-ti-al, . homely, omnipotent h-p. --n 1 theu fi.-lp from thrt an-tuary." 'Vhs I-' w oaht to r, reatf illness to thr- I l r-( Tc--ii-.r e.f the upholstery ouk'ht to yiH 1 pi- ..-or" t tho fye. The entire er ieeoiiht to itMti str-riuTtri for the moil and ftrnle of veryl.-ty iif. Tlv Sa'-hath oujht to behar- ' i '! . siv day,s of th1 wwk, draw- 5i.- i .. - in the n jrht 'lireelioii. The chureh a.: t t'il-"a!ii;c'i"t. visibly . and mightily a1" -i ui-ail the home- of the trorshipr". Lv-"v man 'ets roughly j.-tle 1, getsahused. L"'l -- 'It, gefs ilil i.tS Ptilfhte,! i.-ota- I e o '.rale.p I b ' f"" nm-the Sabbath conies he has an r. .- e. .ti.n of six days of annoyance. ant ti i' ts a -starveling ehureh gervie which him te f e 1 , fro vi- -tr.-nth enough to take that aeumulat ..unoyan-e and hurl it into perdition. The e-s man sits down ia rhnreh headahoy ii th" wt'i;k' enirai;e!Ti',nt. Tthaps he s he had t aried at home on the lounire v;t'i rt.e n-wspaper .Mid th slipper?-. That ma.; w ii.ts to l, eool.-d off and ejraeioualy n-. The flrt wave of the relitrioits - r-v ouhf to dah el, .ar over the hurri - ii: ;. -k and leave him dripping with holy "in I ,:iad heavenly emotion. "Send the.- hdp fro: a th-- sam-tuary." In th"- drst pia.-e, -.amniary help outjht o "o'ii ' Tl'om 1 1 J w mu-de. A woman ilvim in . .'. in I persisted in "iriLTinp; to the last mo- ! nt. 1 ne attiida nt fried to persuade her ; -t .p, sayinj it Would exhaust her and make her lis.-ae worse. She anwered : "I !n list siuU', j am only praetieini? for tho !' i v. ii ly .dioir.' Musi' on earth is a re-i-araj for musi i in heaven. If yod and I ir u'.itn to take part in that 'rea oreheis- r... is is hi.:h time that we were ftrinsinif uri t srummiuir our harps. They tell lis that Idiatherand ( Jottsehal k never would ko into i e,,m-rt until thoy had first in private re-hear-"d, although they were such masters of :he iusfnimetit. And can it be that we ex-rie.-t to take a part in tho trreat oratorio of "ieav.-n if we do not rehearse here? But I in not speaking of tho next world. SabbAth 'o:i. oii'ht to set all the week to musie. We ivau' not more harmony, not more artistil :-p -sion, but more volume in our ehurch 3!. 1-.". -Vr.v I am no worshiper of noise, but I tie j lev that it our American ehurches would, ! ,vith lull heartiness of soul and full emrhail i voti-e, siutr the S'jni,N of Zion this part of a re, I worstiip would have tenfold more ;mmt than it has now. Why not take this i-art ot the saered .servi'-e and lift it to where it onirht to be" All the annoyances of life fuiiit bo drowned out of that saered eonuf. Io you tell mo that it is not fashionable to o!i4 v.-ry loudly? Then, I "'say, away with :he tashion. We dam hack tho great Mis Msippi ot 'o:ireatioaal sinin and let a few drops of melody trickle through the Jam. I siv. take away tho dam and let the billows roar on their way to thooeeanio heart of (dod. Whether it is fashionable to itm.; loudly or not, let us sing with nil pos sible emphasis. We hear a great deal of the art of singing, of musie as an entertainment, of music as a recreation. It is high time we heard some thing of musie as a help a praetieal help In order to do this we mmst only have a few hy un. New tunes ami new hymns every Sunday make poor congregational singing Titty hymns are enough for llfty years. Tho Hpi-.-opal rhureh prays the same prayers ev.-ry Sabbath, am! ' yeur after year and century after century. For that reason they have hearty responses. Let us take a hint from that f -t. and let us sdng the same soncs Sabbath after Sabbath. Only in that wav can we come t the full foree of this exri i-e. Twenty thousand years will not wear out the hymns of William Cowper and (diaries Wesley and I sain' Watts. Suppose n,)H. each person in this audience ' h i'- brought all the annoyanee of the last :i." oays. Fill ti'is room to tho idling with saero.i s-.ne;. and you would drown out all t bo-e anno an -e of the davs, and you would drown litem out forever. Organ and cornet are. mly to marshal the voice. 1-t the voj.-.- tail into line, and in companies, and in brigade.., .v -t. .nn tiike the obduracy and sin t tie- wirld. If yon cannot sing for your-'lf. sing b r "thers. I'.y trying to othTs good - he. r vou will bring good cb.-er to your own heart. When London, b-Tv. I ! .i. . . ir.'. ui.i, w,'i iirvi.iM, many years :is "'oj !e m-ide the ,-ity were laminhiug. : tie ;i i a e'--''l ;,;;. ui. with provision imt tre- v i ran -m the r . t" o.-uik an I -tuck fa.-t. i no' enemy went .b m, wii sr iaugnter and ';-ri.-ion, tu buard the es-. 1 whvu the -t.fcJc rive r.roa.i-t 1 Hr- aUnsf the emenv. and ly the shock was turn d ba-k into the stream tti ! an was w.-l!. ' li. ye who are hi gii and drv on tho nvt. tve-ianeholy. a..-amt your - rive a broadside fire of song 'ritual enemies, and Kr r- - ej u i y Ml wiii ome out into tje .-.It w.. 1 --. If We V. to m;it' -Tnr''i v" others ' h ij.o. make- 1 , t.H- i"ii- i o ir ! ,?n i n ii.-1., . o ...... I of r. 'i!:tn tu.. ii. .uru.im- w-re moved au i tli- --f '1 'he!..... ar..-e. but r-li-io-i v.. r. fl'T Ht.,rv to- toll of h.vA- r-.nw;.... mav ! lift t ? i.- J v. tl. : Mil- Wb t.MlH.'i.s of ..t.'rn ll iot- fo-..! i e.,rtil WHO -voo ifh-v .rd'l, .i... I t irri. 1 any t;i-! in London, and t ' he..r t strike; four, ami 1. ill Nd-of ur niht one, two. :i t"r thy v r- don- tr k- i:: the I' i' 1 - . hour o ;;!LT' t. :h..-. O- i, LT- at St. ral worn ! i .... . ' '-' ;"'' the ,ol.(T lVin j f- . iiicni-i.'.ua a- w.th : i it v.-rv' Mi.. uu,... i t n... r.i. iir .r ; J-tr.e an ov. rma-r-rinc tv -tu. -m iri- it i. it was jii- n i le r sotus !-of th .w.-r;'! -1 that ail th.- ! h L- . ari 'd OUT l-i JTle Ti -htV t-.U-Tii. ef e,.n -re -at ion ti i.at. of h, VeR. m:rk th" hotirs ei a? they h.1v V'Si kl;.',v; h.' they V !oi e I.. r.nd v tUok t!:ev hav. :i n.,not.K- e rheutnatisn;. an i the n,.nri h-, , th-- h.vi ia dms. aixa the physira! disorders of !u" u" rii'1- ou there are no worse hearts de than an? felt bv wm? of thes-? you air pts.'ph !.) v.u kowthal raueh nf tnia wori j, don- ! ,v t he younc? Iphaet died at t bin v s ven. i.j. harllll at tLirtyhr. iu,slai-i Ado.pnus kMsI at thirty-dcht ! Inooceat III cam- to hU n:ihti-e.i inanenee &t thiv. tsveu ;cxrtfcs cvaaueri Mtiico at thiity'-. P.. l."t.'U: lh i- ,u'"""- a irea: -pa iu'u-u o' Vi ! I'll 11 '1 . . .-. .. 1. to e".. :. i.e :.. ,., 4 ... t . r n - - r , ,t Ac-u.; I r-nar that -Vi .rv h.ir -..tt n-.u,y want y-..p.tna h-ip? Io ". am;!, iri? lb-van -u.w Vou hive au iien.v, there are ju-t K;0 woo nfrei v-r-itheti.vhe!r. Th.s.M.ur:; wtint !li-t H -r.ii.-li .th,..-,i.t T... .i t - v - . .. , , v-.- fc. ,t ii.- v-t.i tl :: e..-. ion Jt4n a Lepaito at twenty-fire . Gro ivm Attorney (lerieral at fwentv-four. nd I have i&ctiee4 6mM all class es pf npf d that som Of the severest bitllei atld the toughest -apork comes before thirty. Tbere Ion we must taVe or f ermoos and our ex hortation lr p!ayer meeting all sympathetic with te young. And so with these people further on in life. What do these doctors and lawyers and mer chants and mechanics care about the abstrac tions of religion? What they wast i? hpt to Dear toe wnimieaittie or Orients, tie. Drow beatlnz f lejjai opponent?, the unfajrneas of ttsWmers. wh5 h.ve plenty of fadlt findidz or every Imperfection 6f handiwork; but ho praise 'fot twenty ejeelleiices. What, does that brain racked, hand blistered rriah care for Zwingle's "!etrine of Original Sirr;" or Autfusttne'8 -'Anthropology?" . You might as wen go to a man wno nas trie pieunsy ana ruf on his ?ide a plaster made out of Dr. i'arr's Treat ts1 on Mdieal Jurisprudence." While all of a sermon may not be helpful alike to all if it be a Christian sermon t rea-hM bv a Chrbtian man, there will be eh. for every one somewhere. We go into an apothary store. e ee ethers bitig waded on. We d" not complain because we do not immediately gt the melielrie-. We how Oilt ui M edin- miTt aAniix. Ailu so. whde All tvirt" of a srmoD mav not be UtM'l prl.it to oiirean". if we w.iit frnyer .e fore the sermon is through we shall !r- divine prescription. I.s to these ; men who c.rrte hej-. H.latjih by Sale in i who are goinr to'preadh the gos- fllbv hav VO.i- bat'.: jnl! 'i-P.e theologi.'Hl .s(u leat-I sjay to th :.i. we want in our sermons riot more in ta'diysb-s, nor more inlagin ttiou. nor umrc logic, nor more profundity. What we want in Oiir sermons ana t nris tian exhortations is more sympathy. When Patli r Taylor preached in the Sailors' Bethel at J; d m. the jack tars felt that they had help "or their duties among the ratlines and the -'ori-castles. When Richard Weaver pre.i i"d to tho operatives in 01dham Eng lan i, M the workingmen felt they had rndre grace (or the spindles. WheiJ Dr. South prea' -'i' d to kings and princes and priri'.'esseS all th mighty men who heard him felt prep aration forthir high station. Again I remark that sanctuary help ought to come through the prayers ol all the peo ple. The door of the eternal storehouse is hung on one hinge- a gold hinge, the hinge of prayer and when the whole audience lay hold ot that door, if must come open. There are here many people sp-nding their first Sabbath after some great bereavement. What will your yrayer do for then? How wIH help the tomb in that mans, heart ? ' '' are people who have not been in churc if re j..i- ioi on years. nar win your do lor them by rolling over their t-oul memories? tyer holy Here are people in eries of awful ie,,,j lation. They are on the verge of despair or wild blundering or theft or suicide; Weat will your .raver do for them this morning in the way of giving them strength to resist? Will you be chiefly anxious about the fit of the glove that you put to your forehead while you prayed Will you be -.-hi. tv critical uf thf rhetoric of the pastor's petition? No. No. A thousand people wilt feel. "That prayer is forme," and at every step of the prayer chains ought to drop off. and temples of sin oucjht to .crush into dust; and jubilees of deliverance ought to bran !ish their trumpets. Inmost of our churches we have three pravers the onenimv Draver wnat is eaiiea tne "long prayer," and the closing prayer. - There are many people who spend the llrst prayer in arranging their upparel after en trance, and spend the second praver tho 'long prayer" in wishing it were through and spend the last prayer in preparing to start for home. The most insignificant part of every religious service is the sermon. Tho more important parts are the Scriptural les son and the prayer. The sermon is only a man talking to a man. The Scripture lesson is Ood talkinfTto man. Prayer is man talk ing to God. Oh, if we Understood the grand eur and the pathos of this exercise of prayer, Instead of being a dull exercise, we would imagine that the room was full of divine and angelic appearances. But, my friends, the old style of .church will not do the work. We might as well now try to take all the passengers from New York to Buffalo by stage coach, o all the passen gers from Albany to Buffalo by canalboat. or to do all the battling of the world with bow and arrow, as with the old style of church to meet tho exigeneies of this day. Unless the church in our day will adapt itself to the time it will become extinct. The people read ing newspapers and books all the week, in alert, picturesque and resounding style, will have no patience with Sabbath humdrum. We have no objections to bands and stir phec and all the paraphernalia of ; ri "a1, life, bxit these things make no impress . i, make no more impression on the great masses of the people than thw ordinnrv busi ness suit that you wear in Wall strei-t. A tailor cannot make a minister. Some of tho poorest nmichers wear fme liest clothes, and many a backwoodsman has dismounted from the saddlebags and in his linen duster preached a sermon that shook earth and heaven with its Christian eloquence Noiew gonel. only the old gospel in a way suited to the time. No new ehurch, hut a church to be the asylum, the inspiration, the prac ti-il sympathy and the eternal heiy of tho pope." . lnt while half of the doors of the church are beset open toward this world the other hai or the dorrs of the church' must be set ep-ii toward the next. You and Itarryhere only a brief space. We want somebody to tea--h us how to get out of this life nt the right time and .in the right wav florae fall out of life, some go stumbling out of life, .some go groaning out of life, some go curs ing out of life. We want to go singing, ris ing. rejoicing, triumphing. We want' half the floors ot the church set in that diree tion. We want half the prayers that way, half the wrmonc that way. We want to know how to get ashore from the tumult of this world into the lan4 of everlasting peace. We d- not want to stand doubting and. shiv enng when we go away from this world Wo want our anticipations aroused to the high est pitch. W- want to have the exhilaration of a dr- pni- hild in England, the father teEng me in. s,..rx. v, ue saio. io nr , Ifr loe path nar-rto-. in -H -CtO' r to , she answered: 'Thetath is n. !t is so narrow tfiat I cannot walk artti ?: with Christ, so Jepns roes ahead and 'vs. 'Mary, follow.' " Through these it eates set heavenward how manv of riends and mine have gone.-. The 'last !.ey were out of thohouse they am ir.-h. The earthlv fflimmno oo'. .i nt th- pillar of public wofship, and then they marched out to a bicger and brighter asem- KU"- J v .- , r -M (hot- hot -; wunont a ane or two r"r,i;.-'!M ' hev hav -e ternal juvene? n.- Or t;. p..j r re so yonrcg they cwuid not walk. . x. - the External hnJ -guide.it hfT, N"... und with th hilarities ceistiab last time we Mw them thy were 5 rith malarial pulmonic .lisordr. ther have no sticne and do diS W(w' but : euit ... rpiratiosl snie pure air of heaven now i wonaerwnen yo-i and I will . over : Sorrre of you have had alout eU cf ttiv thumping aHi flailing of this life, draft from the fountains of bavea w.?ui vou good. Complete Release, vou . Rand very well. - If you got on tne . side and had penrussihi d conie ba -k. TOSS ugh A 1 r.:;id '".er u would not come. Thoucbu were in 'X to eonie back and ioin vnnr lnn.t. r, you weriid sar, "So. let me tarn- here until they .-nie, I ehall not risk jroing bak If a can reaches heaven, hehad t-ettr -tv ther.-. " s-'s, i join c.and with m-cj th-s . that uphfte4 splendor ' fco U1 COUEt tfc ttlltJW JLm ' Si mee th.- ltrinnin--' of in. France has fallen from the s.er n t . the fonrth i1hc in point p .munt . j i ariioiig Kur. 'Jean cui;ntrlew fePIdEff stTTtfflfii At the pfeaeni day aboaj niiielv- six pet cent, of ali Vesaela bnUt are hi rteel - , -i Tho navigable river mileage df Europe, Asia and Anonea is H4..32 l-i - - .: z In England there' are eighty-fouf male to sixteen female offenders : i IX I -f- , ! i - cotiann tnis proportion is Bixxy-aeven to thiirty-three. - Washington died on the last day of the week; the last hour of the day, the Inst month of the year, and in the last J year of the century. j The enormous panniers, like a bushel in the cabin until all symptoms of sea i.VpI nn eftedi id under the skirt, sickness havw left him, as the very n.oru.lri(rin.lmi in F.ncrUnti andftdoiited I in AbHiii'lf 1(1: i the RfaiH riTT ndmnrises sixtv iwd arnidred shipsi iwenty-nirie j.ro tected br partially , armored resselsj ami 283 hnpfoteeied ships a total of 373. bilker! fabrics should hever bo krpt folded ill white paper. The chloride of lime wh$ch is used to bleach tho paper causes a chemical change in the silkj and injures the color: Mrs. Brown, of Bucyrusj Ohirl, bought a new stand a few weeks ago and placed it in her parlor. The rays of the sun fell on it, and recently sprouts, it is claimed began to eome out oil its legfe: Doctor J. C. Biviricrs, of Daltori; ,(ia.i I has a cat which in some respects; re- J sembles a kangaroo. The fore feet nre I much shorter tljan the hind ones, and J it scurries over! the around just like I the Australian ahtnal. Fulgeutius wrote m Latin a work of twenty-three chapters, dividing them according to the order of the twenty- thrive letters of the Latin alphabet. Tha first chatter is without a. tho second without bj and so with the resti We ow0 the hat to Asia for it was iri that Country that the art of felting wool was first known, and from the most remote periods the art was car ried on bv the orientals. In India, Chinai Burmah and Siam hats are.made of straw, or rattan, of bamboo, pf pith, of the leat of the Tallport palm and of a large variety of grasses. The Japan ese made their hats of paper. It is said that a new industry has sprung up in France the selling of milk frozen solid in cansi It has been discovered that milk can be kept per fectly fresh in a frozen condition for more than a month. It is frozen by means of an ordinary ice-making machine and despatched by road, rail or steamer to its destination, lhe cus tomer who purchases the. frozen milk has simply to thaw it when it is re quired for use. -Until the time of Elizabeth members of the. House of Commons were paid bv their constituencies. About the middle of her reign tne custom grew up of members paying tneir own ex- nenses and receiving no pay from either constituency or country. This custom was due to the increased wealth of the class who orovided the members, and to thoir crreat desire to eb to Parlia- 0 , , ment. So for nearly 300 years mem bers have not been paid officially, that is. The result has been that only wealthy men could run for Pari eut, or sit in Parliament after they were elected. Acres ot Smokeless Coal. John B. Clements, of the Christy Firo Clay Company, has secured, an option on 6000 acres of coal land in the Oichita River district in Arkansas which may go far toward solving the smoke question. It is what is known as smokeless coal. It can be burued on the floor in a parlor without giving off tinv jmoke. Mr. Clements has been after the property for some time, and. has had the Coal tested in the Christy works, the brvKta t'late Irlass Works, tne Belleville Gas Works and other places. A shipment of it is to be received at the St. Louis Sanitary Company's. works, to be-tested there. Hie coal is iouna in a large ie- posit, the vein beinx fortv-two inch'r' wide. It contains twenty per cent, of oil. which has tieen found to te very valuable in mnking paint. A bariof iron painted with it has been placed in a fire and submitted to, an mtense heat without disturbing the paint, ft is also claimed that one ton of thin coal will produce as much steam as ten form nf that used here. - Louis Globe -Democrat. WISE WORDS. Star dust is not soul food. A covetons man cannot own any thing, f 1 Loveean live where all other good would die. Love never complains that the price it has to pay is too much. It never makes the day any brighter to growl at the eloudy weather. You can always be happy if yon are willing to rejoice with others. . When yon want to walk straight vourself don't watch somebody else's feet. . The man who seek his reward in this world never gets a price that suits him- The trouble with the man who knows nothing is that he is the last to find it out. There is this difference between a wise man and a fool : A fool's mis takes never teach hira anything. People have to be living very neir to the throne lef.re they can enjoy having their faults jinted out. The wicseder a man i the harder he will try to j-rurtde himself tht his conduct is prompted by , ti iik. live. iLnu'ii Horn.. Yeriio.-. is bni!t on eighty small isl aadi which are connected together by nearly 4UU bruise Kititf to Oeeafl HojAzitit ppfflcms inteddiriK to ctoss ocean," wntes rt doctor, sttouw lof eeTeral xreeks before embarking, take daily exercie m the open bit a get theffeneral svstera id a good ckradittoa. Igfg ' end the ebmld eat - qnantity of plain food, ea- p'ec'iMllt rivoidirig what is heavy,- greasy nsipafing. Scfme tourists are aritr c.-t Ion tr ii thfv lie nit n ts o . thftzT backs and keep their eves cldsd passe4Rer who is seasick: shodld" remainin his berth until nine or ten o'clock in the morning, and have the steward bring him what little food ha takes. He should not go to the table ninht and Cklot of tfad ticll fo?d will rtt"elf make bim worse. Aftef Yomit ing, the patient should df ink ftcnp of hot water in which there is fi pinch of soda; and it is all the bettef if this is ejected; as it clears the stomach of bilo drid nlucus. I have recently had strong confirmation of mv belief ill thef bene fits of a dry diet. A lady told me that when she last crossed the ocean orJe of the members of her party1 had eomcf pop-corri. It was eaten! with ranch relish, and with the effect of relieving everv nieraber of the party who tfefe seasick. Lime or Lemon juice in water without sugar, should be laken several times a dav, both before sailing and during the voyage for its action on the" liver and as an aid to' digestion,- whidh has been weakened by losses oi the gastric juice. When the patient begins to go' to tho tablet ho should avoid pastry, fat meats and all t ictf food: and after eatinc he should lie n flat on his back for half an hour, or until digestion is well begun." New lork Nows. The Arabian Marc. The most marked orpijae distm-dto-i between tho Africrtti n:id Asiatic Ar t h is1 that the" lndU'? lbb lUdrf while th ) former use stallions. I lmvo rVnsoti ti believe that far out on the Libvr.Tj Desert proper" th sitmo rule as o mares prevails. J)ut on the edge of the desert the stallion is preferred. Among the Syrian Bedouius th re verse is the rule. The mare is tho darling of the sheik, the pet of tho familvj She is treated ns a child ; f ir better, really than the children. J'ha most perfect of the i-tullioiis nre kept, the rest ure tent into the cities iur sale. This accounts for t hornet that the traveler sees only stallions. Tho price paid for a cood average four-year-old horse delivered in Dani'iseus or Jerusalem runs from thirtyto fifty dollars; a line horsu -costs seventy t; one hundrede-dollars ; there Is no prico put on a stunner ; you must negotiate as for a homesteadperhaps as you would for a wife. The high-bred Arabian Desert nifiros J Bro alwayH kept in condition. They Hin:lH I are thin, and their naturally i frame makes them appear more so, i "You raise butlaloes, not horses, mi I Arab of tho desert will sav t tiej j owner of a fine well-rounded stallion. I The splendid beaut v of the Arabian I as we understand it is to him a de lusion. He 1ms but one test---raco, and the speed and endurance which ought to come of race. Harper s Magazine. Most Costly of Habitation. The largest and most costly private mansion in the world i said to be that owned by Lord Bute, known as Mount- fjtunrt. It is described as follows : It covers nenrly two acres, and is built in Gothic stvle ; the walls, turrets and balconies nre built of stone. The im mense tower in the centre of the build in g is 120 feet high, with a balcony round the top. Th halls are con Ftrueted entirely of marble and aln baster ; all the rooifw nr. finished in mahogany, rowwunil mid walnut; the fireplaces me all carved marbles of antique dosip;iis. The exact cost of this fairy palace is nd known, but it is estimated at more than S'J.oOO.OOO. In Jfclbthe first pre-emption ripht of settlers ou public lands WHH pnssed by Congress, not, however, without much opositiori This act allows set- lers on the j-ublic domain the right to purchase .5'-' Hrr s. Thin wHyt he ini tial of a long series of similar enact tnents. fl ill ions of House keepers RE daily test ing Royal Bak ing Powder by that most infal -libleof all tests, the test of practical use. They find it goes further, makes lighter, sweeter, finer-flavored, purer and more wholesome food than any other, and is at way s uniform in its work. great qualities, thus pToven. axe the cause of its wonderful popularity, its sale Wing greater than that of all other cream of tartar baking powucrs tu: A XT' t4 KNOWLEDGE Brinp1 comfort nnd impn"vetnent nnd tends to ivrsonsl enjoyment when rightly im-d. The many. wh Iitc let ter than others and enjy bfe itMre. with less expenditure, - hy more promptly adapting the world's b v prlnet to the nccil of phy -ii-;il'l inp-, nill attc?t . the value 4o hemtii ef th- jhuc liquid laxative principles cinLivwl in Uio remedy, yrup of 1-" -J .-s. Its exct Hence is d;;e ,- u prrrtint in the form most ."vreptaMe and pleas ant to the tade, the n ft shirty atl fmlr beneficiul properties of a j r In c !a . ativc; eflcctuaUy cleansing the system, dispelling odd, headache- and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It ha piven sati-f::eti.n to millions and met with the :ipproal of th medical profession, leau-e it acts on the Kid ney?, Liver and IiowcL. without weak en! f:g them and it is perf( ctly fue from every ol'jrrtionahle substance. t ryrup of Fic fr hy all drug gist's in oOe and $1 Irrdtles, but it is ni:tu ufaeturcd by the California Fig Syrup Co. onl v, who. name is printed on every package, also the name, Sy rup of Figs, and being trrll nfonneM, you will not accept any substitute if ottered. . 'August IM I OTaiCffTrj A LU VV VOX " I have been afilicted withbiliou- flessand constipation for fifteen years and first one and then another prep aration was suggested to me and tried, but to no purpose. A friend recommended August Flower and Words cannot describe the admira tion in which I hold it. It has uiven ine a new lease of life, which before was a burden. Its eood qualities. and wonderful merits should be made , known to everyone suffering with dyspepsia and biliousness." Jessk Barker. 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