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VOL. XII.-NO. 101.
IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBEIt 30, 1890.
$2.00 A YEAE.
1 1 3
50 Dozen fine
slightly soiled, actual
S2.50 a dozen.
Go at 5c
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
For fudul gftwa llintlt rib on & lit
Uo Unwed oiL
A tlnito tufnot changing the air
of ft lick room It to open t window at
, tbo top and opnnliifr t lie door, movo It
back. Mid forward rapid tj, mm to titflur
ft current of fretta ftlr from tho window.
ltrpdid Kjrir. lijll tho effirt bard.
Whan cold re ru ore tb abellt, ilice thorn
Irngtb-wiao; dtp each slice la raw en.
beaten, ihea in fine bread crumb, and
fry tbrm In kutUr. Kerr hot; but
drained from all grease. Ilomeetead.
Ilolled I'liostnuU Tut tho cheat-
ntila Into tepid wator. Kotlco when
thy beffin to bolt Then boll fur fif
teen minute. Pour them Into ft colan
der to drain. Stir In them ft small ploce
of butter while the choatnuU are hot
Ul i well till thoj look gloaajr and dry.
Klonr Dumplinjra. Ono lialf cup of
weet milk one heaping teanpoonful of
baking powder; mix stiff enough to
form In cakes with tbo hauas. This
makes about sercn. Drop In tbo kettle
whero chicken or moat la boiling (do not
let them sink beneath the water), cover
tight and cook fifteen or twenty min-
uioa, indlanapoIH Kentlnel.
Fish on ToMt. Take one cupful of
alt codfish and pick It Into small piece;
freshen It ft few minutes In lukewarm
wateri drain It from the Witer and ftdd
one cupful of mill: thickened with ft
dOtfserUpoonfiil of flour and ft table
spoon Tul of butter, and pepper to suit
taste; when It logins to boil re mo ye
from tho fire and pour over pier of
buttered toast; garnish with Mlrosof
hard-botivd egg. Household Monthly.
Italian Crosm. DUsoWo one ounce
of golatlno In half pint of water. Tour
one quart of rich cream on one-half
pound powdered sugar. Let It stand
half an hour ftnd whisk nntll very light
I 'our In tho gelatine and beat until It
begins to stiffen. Pour some ice-cold
water Into the moulds. Shako It around
ftnd empty the moulds ftnd Oil iinmedi
fttely with ttfo ereaw, seasoned with
lemon or vanilla. Eat with rkh cream
seasoned and whipped rory light.
tiploed Hoof. lioil a largo shin of
boef until very tend or, pick tho meat to
pieces and crush all tbo grlstlo that la
soft verj fine; ut tho stock to cool and
then remove tho fati reduce tho stock
by boiling to ono quart; roll quite fine
eight or ton crackers and add to tho
meat; season with pepper, salt, cloves,
mlnood parsley and grated nutmeg, and
ft Uttlo cinnamon; cover with tho stork,
place on the stovo and let come to the
boll; pack In ft deep dish and cut into
siloes w hen cold.
Peeling potatoes, applos and other
vegetable and fruits will discolor the
bands. Itorax water Is ex col Ion t to re
move stains and heal scratches and
chafes. Put crude borax Into ft large
bottlo and fill with wator. When dls
solved add mora to the water, until at
last the wator can absorb no moro and
particles can be seen at the bottom. To
the water In which the.bands are to
be washed pour from this bottlo enough
to make It very soft It Is clennsing
and healthful, and by 1U use tho hands
will bo kout In good condition.
ORIGIN OF NAMES.
corss of TJiitm Am IInmiI on Clad and
Karnes compounded with ono or otHor
of tho words which express the Deity
have always boon common with tho lie
brow as well as with Christian and paa
gan nations. 'ho pagans bad but few
names so combined with the creative
powor In which they wore unbelievers,
but theso few soem to havo boon quite
popular, as may be provon by tho legions
of auch names as Theocritus, Theophl
lua, Theognls, Thoodorus, Thonphanet,
Tlmothsits and others with "Thoo" and
its counterparts as a pro fix. After the
rise of tho CbrUtlan rollglon tho above
enumerated names bocaino qufto com
mon with believers In Jos us, hut seem
to havo fallen Into corresponding disuse,
among tho pagans. Among tho' Groek
Uod names we find. Thoosthones, signi
fying strength of God; Thoopomptus,
sent by Ood; Theoctlstui, Uod-mado;
Thoodulus, sorvant of Ood. Teog
nostus, known of Cod; Theophylaet,
guarded by Ood; Thootlmus, hon
ored by God. lluth tho Clroek and
Latin languagos ox press the name
Oodgiven" In dilforent forms, asTheo
do rot us, Theodorus (the samo as tho
pagans), Thoudotus, Adoodatus, Deus
dedit, eta; tho last pooullar form, it
seems, did not become common until
about tUs end oj tjie lorentt. oeutury,
value SI. 25 to
A". Tt, aTler 11 had boen lorne hy n,e , leaves, Jike tho onit b. do not.
alxth ArchblHlmp of CanUTbury, the There aro icvtrul engineers who
unit Saxon occupant of ti e prhnatlul! bollevo that the time is not far distant
seo. Of l.aun nnmesof the sumo class j when, by means of ntiidinlllii, dynamos
may bo noted, Uulciilti, womMppor ot j ni'd electric motors, fanners will be
(lod; Iioltonn, tourer of (lt d; Jktfr. abln to muko use of a large amount of
tlus. thanks lo to (.VI; itoJmilutmia. ponor that is now going to waslo for tho
alguifylng "whntt'od wills." The Inst! runiilng cf machinery and fur lighting
U a ery common name In Kgypt and ! purpos.
the Ilarbary Wtalos of North Africa, j Tho incnmlcfcont lamp is caid to af
Tho ltr'dt(nier mmo nrlglnatod OjHh- ord much rnllrf in raises of fnciul ncu
tlan, Cbrlsiianuo, '''.iUUiiuh mid Chris-1 ralgin if it be applied to tho part affecb
tophnr. with their fi'tnlnino forms of The lamp U also coming gradually
ChrUta. t lirilina and ChrNutla, to hay I ln, u itl lulticiig. When bid over
nothing of ClirUtoboI, t hrlHtota and Taxserd or other poultice a cmistant
Clirlstarea. wbb:b aro but forms of tho ! "eat is maintained, which is of grout
others. j benefit In many cases.
To f'hrUtlanlty alo may bo refnrrod ) Thoro Is a very good reason to an
many other nnmcs. From redemption ticlpalo nt a comparatively early date
wo 1 avo Kedeinptiis and He , increaso of capital In tbo Hell Tolo
paralUK; frim w ha lion me got Kal-1 phono Company to further tho extension
vlua, Solvlsntia, ekitorfs and Soler. From ' lho long-diitlnnco system. The Held
tho word I opt it in. whit h Is a) ho directly ' of the company is jet pn.nl 1 In com pari
cunnet'U'd with tbo religion of Christ, I n vilb what oppuriiinilies will olfor,
we get the names of Itonatus and l:osti-.nnl atorkholdera will undoubtedly bo
tu lus. Tito various l'hrltlan fettthaU ' offered rfghu to nn increased capltaliza
alfosupily us with many pitunomens j tion. Kkclricul Uovlew.
or given names, t.uch as Pusehallsand Texas bos a new Bourco of exclto
I'ascbasliis, which aro from tho ICoster ' mont in tho races of tho mule cars with
festh al, snd Nalalis and Natalia, from :
ChrUtnias, or the dny of the Nativity.
hplphany la the original of both Kpt
phanius and Eplphanla, malo .and fo
malo pratnomens, rosectivoly.
With but tittle extra research this ir
tide could Ie lengthened to two col-
umna, but enough baa been given to i
show that ("d. the Uedeomer, ChrUtlan-
lty and the v,' fostlvals havo been
tho start.ng point jf many of our names.
both tbo vmmrns and surname.
8L Louis P ' Mia
Mr in ArlUuts.
syer In the wearing of
oraeelets mado of eel
;urlouly Illustrated re
cheap co mi
In to id was wt .
cently In Part. A young girt sat down
beforo the fire to study her lessons, one
bad on what Is called a "crop comb,'
As she leaned forward tho comb became
heated, and burst Into flama Tho girl's
hair was partly burned off, and for a
long time afturward no hair would grow,
as the skin of tho boad was much In
jured. Celluloid must lie at ISO degroes
Farhenheit bo fore It will burn, conse
quently the danger Is not very groat, as
fa people wou:a ue looiisu enougn to
heat their heads to within thirty-two
degroos of tho bulling point. N. Y. Ecd
gor. To Nervous Debilitated Men.
It rem will send us Tour add res, we
will mail vou our illustrated pamphlet
expUiiiiiitf all ulwut Dr. Dye's Cele-
urntou JMWtruvvoiiaic Jjuamm
iliaiic?es. and their cbarminir effoots
ujmiu the uorvous doliilitated sjstotn,
and how they wii qtiikly retro tou
to vigor and mauhood, l'atnphlet
frop, ji you are thus alllictf d, wo will
wnd you a Belt and Appliances on a
trial. Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
IN THE ELECTRICAL WORLD.
Recent experiments seem toostab
tlsh tho vciloolty of an el ju trie discharge
U 888,001) miles a second.
TIio town of Lacon, 111.. Is to es
tablish and oporate its own olcctrlo
Tho oloctrio drill Is mooting with
great succons in shipyards. Thono who
havo used it claim that in half an hour
it will bore holes which under tlio old
method It would tako two mon half a day
Lieutenant FUka Idea of forming a
corps or battalion of electricians, who
shall bo regularly drilled and mado
avallablo for aetlvo aorvloo In caso of
war, has boon most enthusiastically re
ceived by the electricians of Kew York.
Nearly s,000 olcctrlo cars aro run
ning In tbo Unitod Btatos. Hob ton
alono has about ono bund rod milos of
electrically operated roads. Bovoral
ttvitomi linra been devolonod to a nor-
footlon that insures smooth and regular
A llofiton man bos Invented a gate
for ubo on oponelcotrlo cars which, when
not in use, may bo lowered bolow tho
floor out of tho way of the rens'or'
It Is of simplo design, and exports wbo
havo examined it declaro It to bo a prac
The oak-troe ts often struck by light
ning, tho beech, vory seldom. A curious
scientist discovers tho reason of this to
He in tho faci that villous loaves, like
those of tho hooch, seora to prevent the
Here Are Some
. FZ -ETT ..' &PA JFi El "M fa
Extraordinary ' Bargains in this
department. Every garment in our
house fearfully slashed and
instances cut half in two.
This is Your Opportunity.
the rloctric curs. 1'ho races nro fro
quontly exciting, as tho roads pas
through long Htrelches of unoccupied
land. Tho panscngcrs stand on tho
platforms and wavo their hats and hund-
hercblofs as their roHpoctivo curs furgn
ahead, and letting often becomes us
lively as on tho raco course.
A Chicago Inventor has devised a
glass switch loard fur use in telephono
office, by the mean of which he claims
thatS4,000 metallic circuit may ue han
dled lu a spare measuring threo feet by
five fecL Tbo boards will bo pi need
horizontally, and the plug holes will bo
partially filled with mercury, thus se
curing a dust-proof contact No enun-
clators will be used, but tbo orders will
bo given directly to tbo operator, who
will bo com polled to keep the telephono
continually at her ear.
The la lost adaptation of tho mure it
rial circuit closer is an luvonUon which
makes it impossible todlsehargo a gun
at any other than a prodotermluod an
glol lu tho stock of tbo gun is a dry
battary connected, tliYough tho circuit
breaker, with a catch holding thctrlggor
Tbo circuit closor Is in tbo shape of a
glass tube, partially filled with morcury,
into tbo ends of which aro hermetically
sealed the two terminals of tho circuit.
The tubo is mounted in such a way Hint
It may bo adjusted to close the circuit
by tho flow of tho mercury, when tho
gun is hold at a certain unglo. Tho
completion of the circuit cxcltos tho
etetrtro magnet, which nttrncts tbo
catch and releases the trigger, 83 that tho
latter may bo pulled. Tho inventor
claims that the invention will In a groat
part tako the placo of sights, and muko
night firing much moro eifeotlvo whoro
tho ran go baa previously been obtained.
Queer IUmille Km ployed hy m QntlrUn
InGalicia, a few wooks ago, atrial
occurred that revealed the Ignoranco
and gross superstition among tho peas
antry. At llczusow tho disco vory was
mado that several Jewish graves bad
!eon opened and the bodies of two chil
dren removed. Ncor tho village whoro
typhus fever had provailed, a miraclo
doctor bad prescribed as u euro for tho
contngloit burning tho bones of a Jew.
Tho house occupied by -a patient was
searchod, and human HuhIi, tho bones
and skull of a child were found. Tho
bones wero burned, but this did notsavo
tbo patient, who died shortly afterward.
Tho widow related tho caso to tho mira
Ho told hor tlicro wero two kinds of
typhus, ono. Catholic typhus cured hy
prayer, tho other Jewish typhus cured
only by the means described. Ho
brought bones, and procured wutor from
a well from which no man ovor drank.
Ho burned the bones In charcoal firo,
noarly smothering tbo family with the
fume Then, whllo tho room was full
ot -smoko, bo mumbled sirango words.
Ho hunted around a table, protending
he was trying to catch tho typhus,
which ho then put into a bottle, of
which ho mudn nil thoso present drink.
Tho doctor was arrested and sentenced
to five months' imprisonment, Our Pa
Chin lu K until n Atlit.
The rapid colonisation by fhlnoso snd
Coroans of tbo Ainoor and ttouth L's
lorla is beginning to cause some anxiety
to the Russian Uovornincnt It Is evon
oronosed to lmposo a poll-tax on tho lm-
migrants. Uusslao colonisation, at first
in decorating, all perfect and actual
ly worth 10c. On sale Monday at
mm & go.
st tho soio expense or the (Jovernmont,
then with subaldies, snd Anally, at pres
ent, with tho condition thatoacb fam
ily should havo tt9 rubles capital, has
been, and couti tines to bo, a failure. Al
though the emigrant) aro occupied in
growing wheat and raising cattle, tho
volunteer flout only last year had to
zoma to their nsslstanco with SO, 000
poods of corn from European Russia.
According to nil accounts tholr agricul
ture is nt a lower level than thai of tho
rhluesoi and tho latter are in greater
request as laborers and workmen. Whllo
China Is constantly pouring in thou
sands of hor population across tho fron-
tier, and at tho Fume time peopling her
3wn, Munchooria, it oven bo happened
that homo of the handful of Kiissiim
solonUts havo al nndouud tholr land and
returned to thoir dihtunl homos in Eu
ropean Ituttia. Lcndju titndatd.
Aitonlnlilna; PsmulM of Impudence and
reMn of Mint!.
A beggar must huve, as one of Ms
tools o-f trade, a quality which ono of
Dickons' characters terms "bragian
boldness." Some beggars, bowover, aoo
far more "bragian" than othors. A gon
tleman was ono day hitting in Mb olfico
talking with a friend, when a common
acquaintance entered, a man who was
always in debt, and apparently never
devoted a thought to payment
"Can you, lend mo llvo dollars?" bo
asked of Mr. A t
No,"said Mr. A , knowing that
tho monoy would ncvor bo returned, "1
can't fo.wlbly do it."
Turning to Mr. li n, tho bogging bor
rower mudo tho ssmo request, to bo met
with a courteous refusal.
"Well," suid tho offended applicant,
scornfully, an ho opened tho door, "I
never saw suvh a couple of impecunious
follows, for men who pretund to call
themselves ron pec table."
And so great had beon his Impudence
aud prcsencoof mind that the two left
behUid felt as if they had bed the worst
Another gentleman suys that ho was
onco walking on a country road when a
very dlsreputablolooking tramp oamo
up to him with tbo request: "Will you
ploaso give mu ton cents? '
"That's all I havo for myself, " said
the gentleman, jocoaoly, preferring to
couplo the rofusni with a pleasantry. -
A gleam of mlschlof camo Into the
tramp's keen eyes.
'Lots dlvido, thon!" said be, putting
forth bis band, which prosontly did
close upon a nlckol.
Hut littlo' Kittle Clover is the most
brar.en of beggars.
"tlrandma, will you please lend mr
your gold beads?" she asked, for perhaps
tho seventh tlmo that wook. , ,
Grandma putlcntly took them from j
the drawer, and said, v. 1th hor usual
mildness, as she 'gave them to the
"Try not to ask for them any of to nor
than you ean help, Kitty."
"No'ro," said Kitty, adding, as a
clever solution of tbo difficulty occurred
to her. "If you don't like to lend 'em,
grandma, you could git 'em to ine, and
then I needn't aakt" Youth's Compan
ion. I sulTorod from rervous aches and'
pains, and was sloeplesw at niirht. Mv
disease was uridfiiuiuiiiK my consti
tution. Dr. Bull's Sarsnparilla re
st red me to health, aud I now enjoy
tou iid and dreamless sloop, aud my
arlioi and paius and latitude trouble
mi no wore. William Burton
Wheeling, W. Va.
A rertnin individual, whose breath
is not to be eampared with tho odor
of iasmiiio, ran into the ollico of nn
editor, sayiiifr: "I am iu a terrible
hurry so niui'b so that 1 am almost
losiiiK my bronth. .
"Jly dear follcsv," renurkod the ed
itor,Krapinc him l)V the hand, "tou
are to be congratulated if you lose it."
A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser' a mer
chant of Gibraltar, N.C., was so badly
aillictod with rheumatism for a year or
more as to be unable to work or go o
school. His father concluded to try
Chamnerlain'a l'ain Balm on tho boy.
It noon cured him and he has since
walked one and a half milos to school
aud back every aehool day. 60 cent
bottles for sale by Buvkner Leavoll.
that have been used
I KILLING INDIANS
The Way Ilia f'llgrrlm Forefather Oftalt
with tbe AburlfflUM.
Tho early Vankoos wore a grim lot of
men, and wont about exterminating
their Indian enemies in tbo samo spirit
that tbuy killed off tbo wolves and otli
er vermin that ennuyed thom. They
had some roason tor this In the morel
less way in which tho Indians mur
dered them at every opportunity. Tho
New England Magazino contains a let
tor from a man enguged in one of thoso
forays that describes well their meth
oda. It was written In 1710, ninety
years after tho landing of tho Pilgrims,
and seven years after the fearful mas-
sacro of DoerOeld. The writer, with
fifteen others, r tar tod up toward Canada
on an Inatau-killlng expedition. Reach
ing tho Chambly rivor. they eiplod two
canoe containing eight Indians de
scending tho rivor. Ho says:
' we (rnvo the in a Salutation out of the
imiotttl ef our Kins nu turned mm ovur
board, A - tilt cont nueO firing, cnusvd
t ut to I'uiHIlu HWy with mII 8 pood, and left
tbut fullowr awiuiiiiiiiif tib ml, ft wliun tliey
hail nut out uf ye ro tell ol our ituna, belli
C'unoas k t tof('tnar, and ull K t Into one Jt
left ye oilitir with o.nidrnb.a plunder In
It, A wliun tliey tintvutl off. wj maned out
on of our t aiioas, A fetctKd In thuira. Ami
lie I hut will w hi. tiling i.bont w uullod to
sboio to u. Aud Lieut vlillUa k II 1ml him, nnd
abulia v uiun etn!nt(l hi in. Anil by In
l..rr 'op tlmt wti htiU atturwarils by the
car ft went thoti In CunudJ throu mora
Wi .d at the suino Tima
l-.mg a man toshoro and thon coolly
killing him would bo thought a very
cruel performance In thoo day, but
those gravo duaeons of tho church re
garded it as an eminently proper thing
to da Far I hor down the river they had
another experience, which tho writer
we epled a ennon coming dwn ye
rivttr, wlili four I.ttll'tiM in tt. una a captive,
man, wlilth was t.ik n at Kxeter, named
Willi in Mnoily. w Ihun Iniiiiutllutely flred
ou I hem, A killed 3 tho 11 rat shoot. & wounded
yo Sd and the Sill Jumpo 1 out, mid swam to
ye contritrv Shore. Tliuit our O.tpt or Jurad
dim ot iila men to ttirry then, A tlae athlui
when lie ot to shuro, and they dl I so and
nfterwttrdj ws wui laformed yt he wii so
wounded tlnii In a fuw Days after ha not to
Canada died Now the rati ut ye nun
fnilowol ye (.'anna aa it fell down
Stream and tho Jnpt called to the Captlye
to pkddle ye cuuui to Lind. but he replied
ho coti'd not bucansd the wounded Indian
would not Let 111 tit, with tlmt the Cupt hol
lowed to It I in un I bid liliu Knock blru In ye
head, Willi that be took up n hate hot to lo
it, but ye Indian rising up took hold of ye
ItHtchttt, A Kot it away fron hi in, and then
oati-hml up the 1 uddle, A L'tlJ It on his
Mnad, A the akuHllntt tn other turned over
the Cjiioq, and p.irtud In tho water, A the
ludhin swmn to tlio oontrnry Shore, As ho
irot out of the w iter we pined him to the
Hank with seven ilJllut-i.
The party wai gono thirty-two days
and killed four Indians, but lost ono of
their own mon mortally woundod. Tho
captive whom they ha I trlod to rescue
was retaken and burnod at the stake.
A Krniii.. Mmi't Drvlr. ftir rrot.otlng
Tr.ilit-Mrn and I- xpr.ua c.ra
E. Al. McLano, of Oalona, Ka., de-
claret that train-robbing 1 doomed.
Its knoll nat "OiinJod. he nayn, whoa he
lnvontvd his bullet-proof atruoturo for
exprostiara. Thin structure la to bo
located oa the plalform of tho car at
the front ond, next to tho onino, so
as to protect tho onglnoor and flroman
in caso of an attack. Thoro are aloo
port-holoa ranfrin'.T back and forward
outsido of tho car that command thn on
tfra longth of tho train on both sldos, as
woll as tho inside of the car. llo says
thodovlce will furnish absolute protec
tion to tho traiumon aui property in
trusted to them.
Tho fort or structure consists of four
a'de', forming a square housing or in
closure and providing with a door open
ing outwardly or Into the intoriorof tho
car. Tho edgos of tho door are bovolod
orrahbotodso as to prevent its being
forced Inwardly, the door frame being
correspondingly bovolod or rabbeted to
rocoivo tho door, and is provided with
suitnblo locks or bolts or other fasten
ing duvioes. Tho structure is mado of
shoot motal so n. to bo bullet proof, and
all points aro protected by angle Iron
seourod hr moana of rivets. At the top
tho base portion llaros outwardly, form
ing an octagonal or olght-sidod hoveled
or incllnod wall, in which aro ports so
'that robbori can not get out of rango by
gutting too close. To the Incllnod wall
issocured an upwardly projootlng por
tion, the wall ot which is of the same
material as tbo base, the joint! being
pro toe tod by anglo Iron ss la the base
Th Dorv-hslsi tre provide! with
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$3.99 For choice of 100'pairs of our
$1.59 For choice of our
of line Silk Mufflers, includ
ing all of our $2.00, $2.50 and
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, in Bosoms Laundered Shirts,
all No. 16, original price $1.25
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blngea doors projecting outwardly, ana
lack a Uttlo of coming togother, leaving
a small space to soe through. Tho doors
are hold closed by monus of springs so-
ourcd thoroto and to the wall. The fcrt
may be located insido the car with the
projecting portion extending through
tho sides of tho car, In'ordor to got the
front and rear port-holos outsido to
command front and rear of both sides
ot the train, and port-holos aro provid
ed to command tho interior and plat
form of tho enr, so that tho occupant,
from his secure location, can direct a
tiro in any direction, and ho can pro
vent tho robbers from getting away if
onco in roach, thus saving the property,
and getting tho robbora into tho bar
gain. Kunsus City Star.
Tli. fanlilon In H.lr-Uy.liiK.
Fashion In bair-dyolng has, it socms,
declared at last against tho auburn
and briht-goid tresses with which wo
have boon latoly familiar. Tbeso tint?,
as well as tho pale "blcachod" Btraw
hue, aro no longer to be worn, and a
much darkur shade, called in tho secret
circles ot the trado itself by tho un
poetical term "mahogany," is tho latest
decree. It Is produced by a subtle
mixture in which henna plays a leading
part, but tho dyeing procoss is long and
tedious. However, that cannot much
matter to the ladlos who onco embark
upon bair-dyolng, since thoy have con
tinually to submit themselves to its
repetition as fresh hair grows. Tho
prophets ot lli.te mysterius assure us
that tli. tlms is coming whon a "natur
al brown" will b the favorite tone. If
It b. true, thereto-, that real blondo
hair is becoming extinot this will In
sure fashion to every one. London
No N.e1 of Hrndstre.t,
Seabido Hotel Propriotor I soe yon
have given our finest suite of rooms to a
man named Ililklni. Are you sure he
can pay the rates?
Clerk -Ves; he's Immensely rich.
Proprietor Uow do you know?
Clerk llo is old and ugly, and his
wifeisyoungand protty. N. Y. Weekly.
The tallest mania tho United States
Is J. W. Patterson, who is about to.rect
a Uno residonco in Okluhom. City. He
is soven foot 4even inches in his stock
ing feet, and Is twenty-seven years old.
Ills wlfo is almost alxioot high.
From Nature's Storehouse
Come all the componont parts of
S. S. S. There is no chemical nor
anything which comes from tho chem
ist s shop contained in it. S. S. S. is
therefore a perfectly sale and harm
less remedy, yet so powerful is it that
it ba never failed to cure Blood Poi
son. It always cures Scrofula, if
taken bjfore pome vital part is ax -
riously impaired as to render a euro
impossible. It rolievos Mercurial
KheumatUm, and euros all sorts of
Eruptions, I'implos, Blotches, etc., by
eliminating the poison from tho
blood. 8. S. S. has cured thousands
of cases nf Skin Cancer, and many
coses t f Scirrhus Cancor. It is no
exerin.e:it to take S. S. S.
TroatiBa on Bbad and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
Swikt Srcoino Co., Atlanta, Oa.
Ta Prove it Wasn't Veal. Ouest(iii
r.titauranl): Waiter, Ihve'sa lot cf
feathers in this chicken s dud!
Waitor Yes, sir. Wo put 'em in
not ne'ssarilly f r publication, but as
a guantutea of good faith. Toxas
Thousands of' mothers b'.eia tho
namo of Dr. Jo in Bull for inventing
his celebrated Dr. Bull's Worm De- j
Btrojera. Children tease for fiem and (
they cover lull to do good,
A Clear Case. "Don't get no hot.
Tou say he's libeled you, but then you
stop. What did he s iv ?
"He sa.d 1 talked like a book.
"That's no libel."
"But he specified the book. It wai
McAllister's. Indianapolis Journal.
Dr. Bull's Sursoparilla cured me of a
long standing case of catarrh, aud I
feel better in health aud suirits than I
ever did since I was a young lady 1
-Ar. Afarjf Hume, Hichmond, Va
lm est hadd-made French, Calf
and Kangaroo Men's lace or
congress Shoes, former price
$5.00 to $6,500.
Catarrh can never be cured by oint
ments aud other local applications,
put tin re is ore remedy that can per
manently rjinovo the cause. It has
cured caes where the dischnre was
locopious and ollVnsivo that it felt as
if the whole head was a mass of cor
ruption. Other cases indicated by
an invnistible desire to hawk and spit
tho phlegm collecting iu a tough mass
bi hind the soft palate. Inolhercasos
whore the matter dried . up in such
large hunpH as to fuirly chjso up the
nostrils uud prevent usual rospiratiou.
In nt her cases wliein the breath was
offensively revolting and fetid that,
thi person became a disgusting obje t
iu society, utlier cases whorein com
plain was madoof a distressful foolt
inij above und lietween the eves and
where Hie sense of smell was eutiruly
loit. Ollnr cases where the drop
pings fell into the throat and the voice
becamo husky, and eausod a troublu
somo cough. Oh ! you WMit to know the
name of the medicine? It is called Dr.
Tobn Bull's SarHuprillu. It can be
b mght of any druggist.
Soasonable Humor. Sanso: Why
are you writing so many jokes bout
Adam and Eve just now?
Spacer I want my humor to be
soai o lable.
Sanso- I don't understand.
Spacer Why, this is tho foil, isn't
t? Town Topics.
Are You In Need?
Are you iu need of good ndvice?
Do you suffer from pulpitation of the
heart? Havo you spells of dizziness?
Do you feel listless, and do you fre
quently get tired without cause or cx
ettion? Do you suiter from rheuma
tism, neurulgia and other mysterious
and unaecountulilu backaches and
pains iu limbs and join In and bones?
Do you feel nervous? Are you sleep
less at night, and do your dreams dis
turb you? Aro you oxcitablo uud
does your heart beat unevenly, Bome
timea hardly beating at ull, uud nt
other times thumping like an engine?
Do you worry over littlo things? Aro
your kidneys disordered and your
liver inactive? Are you troubled with
iudigostion and constipation? Are
you annoyed by any urinary dilliculty ?
Do you want to be cured of ull such
weakoning ailments? Then use Dr.
Bull's Sursuparilla. It will mako vou
Istroug and jiorfuct iu every part.
Toachor Now, children, hero wo
have the word "intuition." Who can
tell mo what it means?
I'henomenr'ly Bright Scholar. Iu-
t lilio i that faculty f tho human
mind which euuhlos a person to dis
tinguish ut a glance a patient medi
cine udvnrtLzemtut from a real news
mucIo, Tbo Jury..
The First Step.
Perhaps you run down, can't cat,
can't sleep, can't think, can't do any
thing to your satisfaction, uud you
woud ir w'lmt ails you. You should
heed tho warning, you tiro tulting the
first stop into Nervous Prostration.
You need' a Nurvo Tonio und in
Electric Bittors you will find the
tho exact remedy for restoring
your uervous system to its normal,
henithv condition. Surprising results
following the use of this greut Nervo
Tonio and Alterative. Your appetite
returns, good digestion iB restored und
the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy
action. Try a bottlo. Prica 50e. ut it.
Highest of all in leavening Power.
Tho laws of health aro taught in the
in the schools j but not in a way to be of
iniich practical benefit and are never
illustrated by living examples, which
in many cases might easily be done.
If some seholur, who hud just contract
ed a cold, was brought lxforo the
school, so thut all could hear the dry
loud cough and know its significance
see the thin whito coating on the
tongue and lutor, as the cold deve
loped, Beo the profuse watery ex
pectoration and thin watory discharge
from tho nose, not one of them would
over forgot what the first symptoms,
of a cold wore. The scholar should'
then be given Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy froely, that all might soe that
ovou a severe cold could" bo cured in
one or two days, or greatly mitr
gated, when properly treated as soon
as the first symptoms appear. This
remedy is famous for it's cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It u made
especially for these di'juses and is Ihs
most prompt and most reliable medi
cine known for the purpose. COceut
oiuos lor faie uy uucKnor i,eavell.
Tho holiday numlier of Frank Lei-
lie's Popular monthly (fur Jauuary,
1KJ1), has an elegant cover iu colors
and gold, while iu content literary as
wen us ux iislic, uru iioiuuiy null uuu
varied. "The Census" iu its most sig
nificant and pictutcsque phaaes, is
analyzed, with tho uceoinpauiment of .
mauy pictures, by Frederick S. Dun
iel. "The amateur Photographer and
his Camera," by S. M. Uibsou, is an
illustrated paper full of information
and entertainment. D.' E. Hervey
contributes on article on "American
Music and Composers," with which
are given portraits of twenty eminent
living composers belonging to our
time aud country. Other illustrated
articles are: "Eduiburg Uovisited,"
by N. Mncdouald;"The Avocado, or
Alligator Pear," by Anna M. Paris;
"Snakes and Snake-charmers in Cey
lon,"' F. Fitz-Koy Dixon: "Shark's
Teeth Wenions," by J. Carter Heard;
"Tho Feast of Jul-Afton, ' by Wilf P.
Pond; and "Theatrical Misks aud
Make up," by Alice Beard. There are
short storiws by W. O. Stoddurd, Lu
cy II. Hopier, David Kcr, Johu Jiac
Mullen, and others; and poems by
Joaquin Miller, Madisou Cttwein aud
Foreman I foithey'vo established
a whir-key still in this county.
Editor I kuew it ! But wo'll keep
this town dry if we havo io build a fire
under it. Haven't no got u jug here,
somewhere? Atlantic Constitution.
Interpreter Chief Wangdo wants
no more beads and brass ware; ho says
you cannot crois his country unless
yo i ngree to pay hi? prie.i.
African Explorer What does ho
Interpreter Two-thirds of tho roy
alties ou your noxt liook. Ex.
This remedy is Incoming so well
known und wi popular as to need uo
spoeiul mention, All who havo used
Electr o Bitters sing tha samo song of
praise. A purer medicino does not
er.ist aud it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Electric' Bilters will
euro all diseases of tho I.iver and Kid
neys, will removo Pimples, Boils, Salt
It Ileum uud oiler affections caused
I y impure blood.- Will ilr ve Sla'aria
fio:n the system and prevent es wjII
ns cure ull Malariul fevers.- - For Giro
of Headache, Constipation and Indi
gestion try Electric Bittois. Eutiro
latisfuctiim gtinmntoul, or money re
funded. Price 50 eta. uud Sl.'XJter
boltlo at II. B. Ciiruer's Phurmaov.
U. 5 Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iS3f