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KKV. DR TALMAGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVINED. SUN DAY 8KRMON. Tftt : "If the 'r fall toward the tmth or nwMin"..,rtn. In th Dlae where th In, fallen there it shall be.-Ecclestaatef i. , 3. Thre ! a hoverlnar hp In the mind- of a vaM mnltlftilethar there will t an nn. rrfunfty In tb next world to correct the mla'afc. of thU ; that If we rfo make 'wn." r.W hfpwrvk r.ur earthly e It wilt he a hr,r., tip whlh mar wllc to a r,n! : that, a a defendant may J- hl caM Jn the ernir OIlrt ftn,, 0,rry ,t nr) fo th0 r rm urt or ,-o.irt of ehanerv and e-et a revr-al of ju!irmnt In hfa rhalf nil th mwt Uinp thrown nvrnn the other Mflr rC k.T f" n lh" "rth,Trial. w. mar f" hhl?WjnrMMIr,n of efemltr rmv th .in Ijrnsent of the lower -oUrt t mH all th rot, rmhM. an i we mar U vioriotn defendant forvr. Mv ohje in thl er mon Info row that 'OTwnon norxo a well mr text rflArrn, that nh nn -xpwtatlon Is himTl"il. You ay that the Impenitent man. hivinirpot into the next world and "Hr,J? th disaster, .will, as a wilt of that dlafer. turn. the pain th o.nofhl reformation, lint von ran inl 10 000 in tanr. in fh,a wor,,i of mtn wbo We don wronsr. an;l ditr "overtook them nd- -ny. i'li ine nlfctregg heal them' lbv writ rlffht on. No .n, Hi;"? of 'ijlpatl'yr.. "Yon j...M. .irinKini', gal l the doctor, "and . u, ,awr. ro.i nr laHInt-. or it will nWtroy.you. The patent -ufW piroxram ..-r ,.-.r'.v"m. mu under Bklilf.il medical rii n:Lm " r"?ln- to lt up, own to walk ' room, t.euin to t Co to hnsineas. Ani. lo. h (tnrH hak to th for his morning dram, and his eyen dram nnd the drams hef ween. Flat down airaln Sarr.e doetor' Same physical flnffulsh' Rame same srroar-shop "'"r: anio PhyWI flncroUh! Rame " w,7 ,n-. w th nines., i more .-.,in nvAr 19 moiftgfihhorn. th miJr.. ,rnin'.iA. anl therJItivA or Kara nr mor r-MUloin. nut aft Af a while . ...ji a,n. Koo r,aok fo the iranwhop In"'.' ltTVh"t h,"; ',?wnw nr,e i rrjin Intfl.U hoiwf.hoM:that hi life I, a nornAf Tim Krj.jryaln-t hl marring vow : that . r noan woman Is po unlike the -'I-... ..inf wita whom he marrlo. that . m-nooi males fn, not reeoynlze her i L s ";,r,s.nro ,r tannte.1 for a lifetime j ..m: nuf.Ar ininkenness: that thedajich- . ........... nun lire u nnr the Bcarmcn iTlo inVpfh''r ''T'piness. their prospect lor tMs life, an 1 perhnn forth urJ l - mi ..4 H niftreriiiraMA nnxuitA, ( , MIX 1 M'H, If is s Hometin.es nn Hpr-reelatlon of what re is do e. intr comes upon him. His nervous vt.rr1 i an a-tanirle. From erown of head to sole of w. . " ncninff. rasping rrucifvlnir. vmm. ii rerorrn him7 After awhile he has delirium tremens, with a who JlinKi of hlssinsr reptiles let out on i..nw. nn-i Ms streams horrify the , . our or his bed. cry. Jns-. I ak. these thinirs oft me r As he slta Tale and convalescent the doctor saya : Now. I wanf to have a plain talk with you. rny dear fel-ow. The next attack of this -i -1 V. . ' you WUI feyond all medl- "". an.i you will rtje." He ets tetter nnUoeH forth into the same flKht aaln. l fl time medicine takes no fr f..i tation of physicians aree in saying the5e is no hope, Death ends the scene. ',J:'?r?sso.f 'nTiation, warning and ,..r,,, JS oins:on within astone's throw e?ln 1 ln ftM thR UelflrhboThoods of j .. -n-miom. rain does not correct. 8uf Win does not reform. Whst Is true fa one V 1,1 son9'!, nn(1 will forever be o. and yet men are expeotlnjr in the next purk'aiorial rninvonKil ti. rnl in "Jrl rr,ort,s of the prisons of the I nlted htat.-s. an 1 you will flnj that the vast majority of the incarcerated have been there lefore. some of them four. Ave six imes With 1.0(10,000 Illustrations all work ing the other way in this world, people are expecting-:hat distress in the next state will be sal vnt,,ry. You cannot imagine any wore torture livfuiy other world than that which --me men nave NUfTer.vt here, and without onv salutary consequence tlo,,UinliVr,Tmn,,.,ho IT0 f 1 reforma tion in fhe next world is more improbable mil a re.ormatlon here. . n this world the ..." -..ine., w., innocence of Infancy, In """'WP'wl the other life will open wit.i all the accumulated bad habits of many 5e.irs upon him. Surely it is easier to build -V i ,T., . 7 "".0 uw "mber tban out of .... . .. .ru.,. ...hi nas i.een ground up in the , innocence to begin with in thin life u man does not become godly prospect ,s there that in tho next world ?J. lth. M"' thro wouU1 b a seraph r.r,-V, f , -'uipior nas more Pro-.H-tof n,.kliig a flu 8tatue out ot R At V.1 . . W,,1IW 1 ,irUn niarble than out i.1n.V,'l..,,,'l0k ro'k Hd ani cracked Murms or a half century. f - Ii7 m " 1 V m iauiy, the next life willsueoeod. though it starts with a dead "Burl- sr.ys some one, "I think we ought Jo have a chance i:i ,tu, nPXt ,lf bo,au, this life is so short it allows only small on. around between era IK-and tomb, the wood o; tne one almost touching the marble of th other." But do you know what made the an cient deluge a h.-essity It was fhe lonee- 'tj fn the ntit.liluvians. Thev were worse In the sc., ,,, j century of their firetlme than In the firt ,Un irel years, and sti;l worse in mettiird century, and still worse nil the way On to 100. MXlaud 000 year- nn,1 ih. ..L had to t wa-he-I and "scrubfec,! aaJ sonked and anchorrvi clear out of sight for more iun a mourn wore It could be n ade flt for veceni people to live in. iuik-eMn never cuns impenitency. All j-.v. iiniK represent n;m With a ijcythe to cut. t ut I never siw any picture of i.u.r. n a case or mediclncH to heal. Beneca says that Nero for the first Ave years v.. u. j uunc ,nc wa, Pet Up ior an example of clemency and kin dness. but his Path all the way descen led until at 6 A. D he be came suicide. Ifsoo years did not make antediluvians anv better, but only made .mem worse, the ages of Eternity could have v " iei ecep; prolongation of depravity. uut. say sirae one. "in the f lture state r-il surromrdlngs will le withdrawn and eievate,! mnuencea suttitute1. ;ind hencf expurgation and sublimation and gloriflca- w'u. r.iu tne rigmeous. all their sins for given, nave pwM on luto a tatlflc state, and coneqUctiy the unsavevl will be left alone. It cannot he-expected that Dr. Duff, who exhaustei himself in tea?bin Hindoos ine way to heaven, and Dr. Abeel. who gav his life iu the evangelization of fhina. and Auoniram Judson, who toiled f?r tb re demption of lron should be sent downhv some eelesti.il missionary society to educate inoe who waste 1 all their earthly existence. .iv,i-u- .iu 1 Biiaaioairy eaorts axe ende,!. The entire kingdom of tb rcorallT tvaiknipt by themsive, where are the Mvatory influence to coase LroajV Can one speckle.1 and tad apple in a brr-l o! dis eased apple turn tbe other aprles good,' Can those who arc themselves down help ?, r.9Ur" n tho who hv ixalve!s laile-t In the business o! the s?ul pay the d'f lsof their spiritual insolvents? Can a million wrong make one right? IWropoiis was a city wher K n; Philip ot Tbracia put. all the bad people of his kingdom. If any man had opeJis) A primary chool at I oneropolis. I do not think the parents from other cities would have sent their children there. Instead of amendment m the other world, all the associations, now that the gao I are evolved, will be degeuera- Uag sod down, you woqj cot wxt to send Sll relv upon a clean white ht of paper it Is easier to write :i , eedora will than upon a sheet of paper all s-ribblM and blotted and torn rom op to bottom. Yet men seem to think that, though the life that hon a man to a cholera or yellow ferer hospital for his health, and the reat lazaretto of the next world, containing the dJseasd an-l pl&gue struck, will be a poor place for moral recovery. It the surroun Hnsrs In this world were crowded of temptation, the surround ings of the next worl i, after the righteous have pasd up and on. will be a f human 1 per cent, more crowdel of temptation. The Count of Chateaubriand made bin lit tle son sleep at night at the top. of a castle turret, where the win Is howled, and where ipeeters were mH to haunt the plaee. and while the mother and sister? almost died with fright thesoniells u that the process" b'hva him nrvAs that con 11 not tremble an I a courage that nvr faltered. But I don't think that town nt darkness an ! the spec tral world swept by siroro anl euroc'3-don will AVer fit one for the land of Aternal sun- hln. IwondArwhat is the curricnlnm o7 that college of Inferno, where, after propt preparsfion by the sins of this li'e, the can didate enters, passing on from freshman ?fa of depravity to sophonTor- of aban lon ment. and from opbomrto junior, anl from junior to senior, an i dar of gradua tion co-res. and with diploma signel by isn, ine presi-jenr. anl othAr professorial demoniac, attesting that the candi late has been lone enough under their drill, he passes up to enter heaven! Pindemonin-n a preparative course, for heivcnlv admis sion ! Ab. my frien 1, sifan and his eoherts have fitted uneountM million's for rulD, but nver fitte I one onl for happiness I FnrthermorA, it would not b safe for this world If men had another ebmce Jn the next. If it had been annouavi that, how ever wickedly a man might act in this world he could fix it no all H-hr In society would be terrirdr demoralized, an 1 the human race demolished Jn a few yean. The fear that if we are bad and unfortriven here it will not be well for u in the nAjt ex istence is the chief influence that keeps civil ization from rushing back to semfharhar im. and Bemibarbariom from rushing into mlehty savagery, and midnight savagerv from extinction, for it is the astringent Im pression of all nations. Christian and heathen, that there Is no future chance for those who have waste 1 this. Multitudes of men who are kept wUhin bounds would say "Go to. now? Let me get all out of this life there Is in it. Come, gluttony and Inebriation and uncleanness and revenge and all, sensualities, and wait upon me ! My life may be somewhat short ened in this world by dissoluteness, but that will only make heavenly indulgence on a larger scale the sooner possible. I will over take the saints at last and will enter the heavenly temple only a little later than those who behaved themselves here. I will on my way to heaven take a little wider ex cursion than those who were on earth pious, and I shall go to heaven via gehenna and via sheol." Another chance in the next world means free license and wild abandon ment in this. " Suppose 3-ou were a party in an important ease at law, and you knew from consultation with judges ani -attorneys that it would be tried twice. , an 1 the first trial would be of little importance, but that the (second would decide everything, for which trial won Id von make the most preparation, for which retain the ablest attorneys, for which be most anx ious about the attendance of witnesses? You would put all the stress upon the second trial, all the anxiety, all the expenditure. sayinir, "ihe first is nothing, the lost is nerai, post sepulchral, and the world with one jerk be pitched off into impiety and god lessness. Furthermore, let me ask whr n choi.tt should be given in the next world if we have refused innumerabie chances in thU? s.-r... pose you give a banquet, and you invite a I L?A,.IVicntjer of'rienJs. but one man de- iu .uuiuur ireais vour invitation xcifh indifference. You ln the course of twenty years give twenty banquets, and tho same man Is invited to them all and treats them all in the same obnoxious way. After a while you remove to another house larger and bet ter, and you again invite your friends, but send no invitation to tho man who declined or neglected the other invitations Are you to blame? Has he a Hi?ht to expect to be Invited after all the indignities he has done von? r.o,i this world has invited us all to the bancmet rf X7 1 .... . T 1 1 . - . ... 1 Kim.--, no invitea us uy lils provi dence and His spirit 365 davs of everv irnnr since we knew our right hand from our left. If we declined It every time or treated the Invitation with Indifference and gave twenty or forty or fifty years of indignity on our part toward the bnnnuerer. and at last He spreaas tne banquet in a more luxurious and kingly place, amid the heavenly gnrdens, have we a right to expect Him to invite us Hgain, ana navo we arltrht to blame Htm if e uoes not invite us.' If twelve gates of salvation stood orn twenty years or flftyr years for our admis sion, nnd at the end 6f that time thev are closed, can we complain of it and These gates ought to be ODen acain au us another chance?" If thesteamnr U to OJii for Hamburg, and we want to iret to (W- many by that line, and we read in everv evening and every morning newspaper that It will sail on a certain day, for two weeks we have that advertisement before our eyes and then we go down to the docks fifteen minutes after it has shoved off into the stream and say: "Come back! Give me another chance ! It is not fair to treat me in this way ! Swing up to the dock again and throw out planks and let me coma nn board 1" Such behavior would invite arrest as a madman. . . And if, after the cospcl shio has lain at anchor before our eyes for years and years, and all the benign voices of earth and heaven have urced us to eet on boar.t she might sail away at any moment, and after, awhile she sails without u a common sense to expect her to come back? You might as well go out on the highlands at Navesink and call to the Majestic aftor she has been three days out and expect her to return as to call back an opportunity for i.cncu wuen 11 once nas sped away. All heaven offered us as a gratuity, and for a lifetime we refuse to take it, and then rush on the bosses of Jehovah s buckler de manding another chance. There ougot to be, there can be. there will be. no such thing as posthumous opportunity. Thus our common sense acrtees with mv text rr the tree fall toward the south or toward the north, la the place where the t re- f.ilierh mere shall be. . You see this Idea lifts this world un fm an unimportant way station to a n! :i;..r n .-. MiP"ndrtt !" 1 - .t- whirl around this hour. But one trial for which all the preparation must be made in this world or never made at all. That pile up all the emphases an i all the climaxes an t -ill the destinies into life here. Vn m;-r hance' Oi, how th-it ausrmeuts the valu-s nn 1 importance of tfei- chance ! Alexander with hi-army use I to surround 1 city and th-m would lift a great Jiht in "oen to th- p-op!e that if they f-urrea iere-t 'e:or. ttiat light went out all would be weilj but if fa the licht went out tiien the bat' termg rams womd swing a.uat the wall, in 1 demolihoa and disaster would follow! '!!. all We nee.1 do for ,v." r,i ,n l verlatlng s-ifety is to make surrender to C hrist, the King and Conqueror surren ier of our heart?, surrender of our lsv? sur render of everything. And He keep a gret icct turning, tight of g.-stl invitation licht iaaie,i wan tte wo.il of the c-,-,ss and Saxisg up again.: the dark sight of our tis. '3d sorrow, hurreisder w'!- . tgfct continues to turn, fsr after it e or here will b- c other opporuuiiv of making peace with Gol through our Lord Jens Chrs?f. Talk of anorht-r chsnce ' wn. k, s a uprrnAl chan ge ! In the time of E iward VI.. xt t- kutu .- Wfc . - , ...... ' . mil he harl of Hunt'cv had lot hishe'mf tool: off his own hel-ret an 1 tu; n nnon th'hd o? the ea., an 1 the be.vi of the private o. ler. uncorere-J, he was soon sUin. while us commander ro je safely out of th ttt But in our case,' instead ot a private soldi-' Offer) DC helmet to an ejirl it Vi- - tbg His crowa upoa aa" us worthy subject, everything." Give the race en assurance of I Indians take kindly to European cook . ", 1 mi yui inai in tne 1 mg uiensus una aula to comfort anl subsequent life, and all the preparation for itLmifp w.mm, t auu eternitv would be "r.n. 1 w Jtj 'iiiHe.iommou ior an expioriatror the Xlnar dying that we might lira. Tell It to an points or the compas. Tell ft to nlebt and dar. Tell it to all earth nd hron. Tell it to all centuries, all ace, all millerm!- Luffis. tnat we have suehamacniaeenf hanc iq tnis world that we neen no other chance In the next. I ani ia the burnish'! jadirmeiit bail cf th last o:ay. A great white throne is lifted. out tne juiee nas not yet taken it. While we are waiting for his arrival! hear Im mor tal spirits in conversation, "what are yoa waiting here for? says a soul that went nn irom .Madagascar to a -soul that ascended f - A : rw 1 . awn siuitrrntat. 1 11 ieier says, "i came from America where forty years I heard th gospel preached and Bible rad, and from the prayer that I learned in Infancy on mr mother's kne until my last hour I had gos pel aavanTnge, t.ut for some reason I did not mase ine Lnrntian efco c. and I am her waiting for the judge 0 e;Vj m, R nf,T trial and another chance." "grange! sir the otaer. "I had but one gospel callla Maia- gascar. and 1 acceptei n, ani r co not neM "Why are you here? says one who on eartn had reeb'e.t intellect to one who had great brain ani silvery tongue and ser-ters or innuence. The Jattf respond? : "Ob I knew more than my feliow. I mastered libraries and had learned titles from cr iege. and my name was a synonym for eloquence and power. And yet I neglected aiv soui. an l I am here waiting for a sew trlaf. "M range, snys the one of the feeTde earthly capacity. "I knew but little of- worldly knowledge, but I knew Christ and made Him mj" nirtner, and have no need of another chance. ' Sow the ground trembles with the ap- proacning chariot. The great folding doors or the hall swing open. "Stand back?" ery the celestial ushers. '.-?tan 1 back, and let the judge of quick and deal pass through !" He takes the throne, and looking owr the throng of nations He say?, "Come to judg ment, ine last judgment, tbo holy judg ment? By one flash from the throne allthe history of each one flames forth to the vi sion of Himself and all others. "Divider says the judge to the assembly. "Divide !' echo the walls. "Divide!" cry the guards angeuc. And now the immortals separate, rushincr this way and that, and after awhile there is a great aisie between them, and a grat vacuum widening and widening, and the judge, turning to the throng on one side. Lsays. "He that is righteous, let him be right eous still ; and he that is holy, let him be holy still," and then, turning toward the throng on the opposite sid-. Ue says, "ire tnat is unjust, let him be unjust still . and he that is filthy, let him be fl'thy still," and then, lifting one hand toward each group, he declares. "If the tree fall toward tho south or toward the north, in the. place wnero tne tree laiietii there it shall be. ' And then I hear something jar with n great sound. It is the closing of the book of judgment. The judge asecn !s the stairs be hind the throne. The hall of the last assize is cleared and shut. The high court of eternity is adjourned.forever. The Sionx Dinner Pot. "There is n verv peculiar distort! amoiiij the Sioux Indian," said Emau nel French, of Bismarck, N. D. "The picnic party to trade off kettles, fry ing pans and the like for skins or curi ositier,. A cooking utensil thus ac quired becomes practically the com mon property of the tribe, on tho Kneral understanding, however, that 'whoever borrowa it shall war for. its pay for its use oy leaving in it a portion of the food cooked. As the Indians seldom waste any time in washing or cleaning eating or cooking vessels, this prac tice has; some conveniences from a red man's point of view, and often a sauceis returned with quite a large quantity of moat or potatoes clinging to tho "bottom, and perhaps covering up some of the remains of" a preceding and entirely different prep aration. r 11 . . , j. jo uui long since mat an explor- incr partv i was out with low it tie, which had evidently jolted out of tho wagon on the bad road. After considerable hesitation, one was bor rowed from a friendly s(piaw, and, after tho water had been boiled in it three or four times, and it had been well scoured out with sand, it an swered its purpose admirably. "When wo were through with tho kettle, wo thoroughly cleaned it again and returned it, and it was not until an Indian guido explained the custom that ive understood tho look of su preme contempt which came over tho red lady's face when, on looking into the inside of the kettle, she saw that it contained no relic whatever of our evening feast." St. Louis Globe Democrat. Mourned Like a Human Beitif. There is something pathetic about the account of the death of the female chimpanzee which Professor Garner brought from Southwest Africa. Tha names given by the professor to his friends were Aaron andElishaba, anl, much to his regret, Eiishaba has fallen a victim to the severe English weather. . She really died in the arms of poor Aaron, the mate, who hal been most assiduous in his attentions to his con sort during the whole of her illness. Professor Garner was present during the last moments of the chimpanzee, and when he put his hands t her heart to see if it had ceased to beat Aaron put his han 1 there too, looking up in the professor's eyes as if inquiring if dhat was all they could do for her. Aaron would not suffer his depirted love to to be taken from him, and clung to her body with such tenantv that the professor was compelled to lay it down on its bed of straw, whin thh distressed husband release 1 hi h6ld. When Professor Garner visited his protege next day poor Aaron woald not be coasoled Until he hai his hand in that of the professor, and by soaacfc and signs was telling him of "his dis tress. A Diminutive Breed of Cattle. : The Dextr Kerry is a diminntira breed of cattle, but they are very well in their way, and not mereiv tovs. cow standing thirty-nine inches hih and oned by the Earl of Robrrv gave aixter. quarts of milk in one dar, which yielded fifteen per cent of cream. For one month she gave lif quarts of milk per day. For Citv an i viilaga residents who, wish to keen a cow the Dexter Kerry has t, wuuucaa 11. American Far ier. SELECT SIFTDfGS. DwfiQg trees ia a fine art in Japan. The photograph was recently put to use as a witness in a London damage suit Next to the lion and tiger the jag uar is tho largest member of the cat family. Twenty-eight big ocean passenger steamships belong to the British aux iliary nary. The people of England and America average taller than any other repre sentatives of the human family. A copy of the first Chinese diction ary, made by Chinese scholars in the year 1103 B. C, i3 still preserved at Pekin. I The tambourine is a "combination of ythe dmm and rattle. It is found rep 2000 B. C. A small boy at McCooL Neb., caught two catfish in the Bine Hirer. Their combined weight is reported as thirty two pounds. The largest artificial stone in the world forms the base of Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty, Bedioe Island, New lork Harbor. In New Zealand there are miles npon miles of forests of kauri trees, which average over 200 feet in height and nfty feet in girth. The crerra of the trumpet, and all instruments of the trumoet familv. a. v was the cow's horn, used by savages as a signal to furnish a noise at their leasts. A very larsre American eazle has been killed ot Landers. -Col., after making havoo among the lambs there abouts. It weisrhed fourteen Donnds ana measured eight feet from tip to tip. H. H. Piper, a painter, fell from the steeple of St. Mary's Convent, in St. Louis, and suffered no other injury than a scratched cheek, although the fall was sixty feet and Piper weighs a 1 o pounus. A rainbow trout weierhincr six Bounds find twelve ounces dressed was caught by George Plummer at Melrose, Wis., the other day. This is said to be the largest fish of the sort ever caught in Wisconsin. The Laconia (N. H.) State Fish Hatchery will turn out about 1.200.- 000 trout fry this year. New Hamp- snire aoesn t propose to lose the sum mer boarding trade if plenty of trout can avert such a misfortune. In 1745 Dr. Watson stretched a wire across the Thames, in Enzland. and sent an electric shock through it from one observer to another. He was ac cused of "witchcraft and had much trouble in proving his innocence. There are six continents : Eurone. Asia, Africa, North America. South America and Australia. Some geog raphers say that there are only five continents, giving Europe and Asia as one continent ; but the number first given is the usual number. ine Age or mcci. The Eiffel Tower, built wholly 'i metal, is an example, and a good ex ample, of a step in the direction which architects will be driven to fal low in the future.. The great railway """""i cAuiwuou ouuaings and other structures ox steel, concrete paper. and glass, which the needs and inventions of our day have called in to existence, show which wav flows tho stream of tendencv. Tho now lti i 1 1 ing material has come to stav. In an. other century houses mav not. momlir be built with steel girders; they may be made of metal frames bolted tn. gether, nnd gripping walls of papier mache. Then the acre of - tho tanf win return. A man will buy his house from a manufacturer and will hi site to set it upon. When he moves from one place to another he will tL-o his home with him. Building leases will die a natural death. Towns will wander about, and a great many curi ous results will arise. StV Louis Star. Seyings, ; , Hall' Catarrh C ure Is taken internally. Price 75o. Axothe Insurrection in Cuba fa immi nent. lat-' "'over Hn-t th mil gives frcHhiicss and clearness to the complex ion and rures constipation, ct 'i cts., L Thb annual cost of the British narr la 70,000,000, of the army f 55,000,000. - If afflicted with sre eyes nee pr. Isaac Thomp. son's Eye water.Drugglsts sell at 25c per botti It Is Not What We Say But What Hood's Sarsaparilla Does Thtit Tells the Story! It3 ! record is unequalled "in the ) j lutuitllic. i-f CII, A Hood's Sarsa- i if parilla 1 1 Cures1! Hood Sirsa f ix for V. 'trr-1 oaSt byt. 1. l'.iol & - i k, A ')a ri .. lrc,l, M.t-. U. !A. Uo4' t'llt A t tarsooaJooaly mtz nol & a?ir.l xi I -?f ta-ll a&4 e2; iv. Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U.S. GtRcpoxt AEB$WUUTriEE.V IPHJRE Iforean Sporty Onrator Stuart Calin.of tho TTnlrer ity of Pennsylvania Museum, who ha gathered together the fluent colleotion of Ramos ever made in the world, hal ma le an tnterestin'i discovery in hi study of Korean pports. Tho Chihes games are all marked by a literarj character, the gama of logomachy, ot word-building, which has gained suck popularity in this country, having been played long ago by Korean school children. 'A number of their games ho declares "ha l their origin front mystic concepts. Many of the child ih fports had orginally a seriout divinistic' or expiatory signiQcance. The tug of-war, for instance, was played by tho- people of villages and districts to ascertain which would be tho luckier. Kites were used as scapegoat', being released with in scriptions to the effect that they were carrying away misfortune. Mere toy wero not numerous. Some of the games possess a decidedly ethnic char acter, and their study promises to fur nish conclusions of some importance. Philadelphia Record. s A Hank's Capture ot a Pigeon, A hawk captured and killed a carrier-pigeon in Druid Hill Park after a protracted chase. The lightning-like movements of the pursuer and pnrsned were a revelation to those who were not versed in the flights of birds. Tho pigeon., oh long" as it kept in a straight line, beat they hawk flying, but on W coming frightened and confused it be gan a zigzag course and was then an easy prey. Captain Cassell frightened the hhwk so that he got the pigeon, but the pigeon was dead when it strucii thj ground. Baltimore Sun. The oldest epitaph in England is found in a country churchvard in Ox fordshire, dated 1370. Its obsolete .language is almost unintelligible BIADE LIFE A BURDEN. Miss O. F. Crawford, of Umrntone, Me writes: "For years I suffered monthly from periixuc pains whlcn at times were so acute as to render life a burden. 1 began using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I used seven bottles in aa many months and de rived so much benefit from it and the home treatment recommend ed in hii Treatise on Diseases of Women, that I wish every woman throughout our laud, suffering in the same way. may be Induced to pive j our medicines and treatment n fair trial." "Favorite Proscrip tion " is a oowerf ul. in Miss CnUwroiiD vigorating tonic and a soothing and strength ening nervine,' purely vegetable, perfectly harmless. - It regulates and promotes all the proper functions of womanhood, improves digestion, enric hes tho blood, dispels aches and pains, Lrinzs refreshing fWp, and re stores health and vior. For evrry "femalo complaint," it is the only rcim-dr so sure that it can le jmaranrei. If it doesn't cure, you havo your money back. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, E,ID Ill'NTEItIefil 'IKE. M.D., Pre.. JOS. A. WHITE. A.M.. H.'ll.. frr.A Trraa. A HIOU PDAnt I fJVC TITIITIAW oMI'lUMNO TllllFE r....,.,M,lnwi.lll0 I W I 1MKI'K.N LKT I'i.l'AHl MKNT3' MEDICINE, DENTISTRY. PHARMACY. A DIDACTIC M ( L1MCAI, ( OI.I.KCF, ( TKI. IIV 10 INHTKLX'TOIIH. The Krgolnr Sewion beuii ."eptrmber 1Mb iimi rouiitim- een month. For rntnlegne ndtlrew r. J. M.I.IMIN lltIMil. Tor. rr'y, K Irhmonil. Va. for I HON. AM linn ....... . aim . ;i i.HKie r -. vii.Tr .' KINti IN FKA I lll.ltl.n KHiil'. 1'ItI f;K l)OOMi:i TO Il A 1 II Hl'l-A IAM IMi tilltl.H, (IMII 1'or Iv A V A K' A I tliir. ' 5 ' " All. IDOKS IH.ATII ! wSf sr ,. Mm wr!. Tr.eer-.iirr:Ffca are very KAMI- IIA.MKIIA ( OI.I.IH.K .otiaf a y. . wMi.m.Un.,, l-hruKbt M l' NT AVKM'i;...... . Tn. iv,,..i r ,,, , - wh u, aa SI racb- A I I V E II ICI VI I A IH IU II H u t h KlL.'t 4! F'T r.' al a.r t r til r.. n a r. l. ..in i j - - - - I id rii,a-r?in n, .1. ni i . r ..i t II a. I t .lilff;4'. JAM T1IE TOCRISrs till WHAT GIRAFFE, t i HIGH OBAOE BICYCLE FOBliTn Fi:VT'"--T" OUR SPORTING OOOOS LI3E IS TSEXCEI 1 ED . """.p.-kOVELL ARM8 CO., V t ZlZl Z Z n nt ruo rvL n Uv- Denmark's Wealth ia !IpUc. The most remarkable crown jewel, and silverware are to be found in DQ. mark, a country not generally regard cd as exceptionally wealthy. Ta are the result of 300 years collect ba and resemble nothing "that canbesn anywhere else. Part of the throne 'if.' self consists of three solid silver lions, life size, and" in the chancel 'of th royal chapel there are solid siWet 6tatues of the Twelve Apostles. There is also an equestrian statue ia solid silver of King Christian IX., mounted or hor.eba?k, withgroapsoa the base representing th various arts and industries "which go to make Den mark prosperous. Ths country hw been reduced in area and importance by various ways but the royal dignity has remained unimpaired and is m many respects greater than that of monarchs of very much larger coun tries. San Francisco Chronicle. T Cleaaa tha grates Effectually yet gently, when costive or bilious. r wbn the blood U impure or BluggWx.to per. mantntly cure habitual constipation, to tn the kidneys and liver to a hcalthr activity, without irritating or weakening them. todi! pel headaches cold or farers, use Syrup of Figs. rrsx' Review of Trape reports coa Unued Industrial improvement. t'rouri ol 111 llnolnr Co-Mark era. "Vc. I ri'.il proud of the fpleudid ltly J ncn nnd wktihmi w- h. t' i ri-s-nt u- in 1 1, t":l-iATI lt:irl. itt I I.., j-.tnfil ft ' tt.-..ftl.. ...... Tna revival of speculation Is expected to have a strong hening Influence on themonev market. I YCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING Mm THK PKRK-L'Y I.Yt'Kl'M. Nrw Yonn (itt. Kitt-nih yJ.r l.c.lr n t .Um . ilnl hur 1 KF.F.! roOK-KF.Kl'lNO 1 ( 1 1. ONLY. Kay hme u1y, Wonierf; lokv ixwittvrl.' "lf QMructlx-. tnal "d. AH-frii!Matiin m. otherwise actuklty worth S.AO. JJAf.N WW. 1TK. to., iw-troll, Mk-a. THE PROGRESS SELF-TRAMPING COTTON PRESS. ' Quirk, tlrunr, trakle A 'rrllaWlr. Sav trauitutic la 'box, lit-nce only one man re. linrrd with l"reii.-- !aclwr hat 'only to raine bundle to start an& ifullow blerk in antomntlrally Klfipucd. AK'iaule M't'r'a of tha m.-rl hn1 Ideal liny lre . 'rtfrru Mft.l'o.,r O Bos t, ttri Itllmn. Hla. Casaaiatlvea and uktl whokava weak laogaor AMk raa. aboaU oh Plso'a Car for Consanptloo. It has ar4 tkoataad. ft baa not lojar done. It. la Dot bad total. ine Deri eout n syrup. ooia Tcrrwhar. u3 4 V 0NE CHANCE QNL Y! f ......... .........j... ..ami, j unions the InM m-;i and wmie-n that eve walked tl. id. and wih t-mjliv n ! more." Tin i the explanation tdut .Nfr. H K, . .lohitMtn. of iln tirtn of 15. K. .lolitivon '., Kit lunoiid. 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