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In tin' ".vm Wkeaftlm Into orthlilshcp f Canterbury. i't Frederick Temple. ni8 master or "c nn;iiwu hi ,jnulloii boy who was Innocent of . 1.....A,1 ttfttlttb tittti tail fcl .AfTitllKI L'lllirklUli HkUltlKt UlWIi UHi I . ......1.1 not clear liliiinolf without eiMMlnB thu real offender. The lad ( U IIIH IIIIHU u ur inw iln tn lit ftitlmr fi vliii llli """ """ " " ' ..,,... Mm. In vnin NUrtf iwmiy wouiu ram r linvn iilm expelled mini kuow mm to It a siiraU. I fiiihcp promptly Bent tue letter w pt liuph I'HlMni: attention to a post . . . .. .itlil.ili tint Ixiv tin 111 lii M'lvliiwl (,, H III "" " '. - - j U'M."tor I'ould utmerainuu me matter , ftiMcil. "Temple is u ucusi, nut u , fl just beast." H im on record tlxnl Temple did under Muml. and the boy was not expelled, pr Temple, jrrlin old man that he was, was nlwnyH proud of the title "a Just beast." A ChoUlner Doi, pons freipiently choke. A bone, a nnil or a piece of tin Kla In the throat, and there lu Rrcat danger of u.ith before Ihe arrival of the aurKeon. Mnny of them do die. but there Is no rrcon for thin, for It la cany, without .i.. .ii..iiiiit ilntiLMT of irettlni: bitten. Ilir run "-- " ' lo put the lnitid In the mouUi of a dug b i ,,, .irnw nut nr niuh down tbo oh- !ll I" Irtirtloii Hint In choking It. A bit mini: o -n imii'H',peiur or iuww win pnforl beuweu '.he twill and ovtr the up)T Jaw. and In a sltitllur way liiindaci In panned hotween theteetb niul over the under Jaw. One person. tiiiMTR the ends of these two band nf.i keeps thedojt'a mouth wide open. (MMud person can then with perfect .t and safety put his lingers dowu Uv animal's throat and relieve It Wntrr lllrda. Water birds, ulntjiiliir as It seems, are tit only ones whose skins never by any ihsiicw get touched by water. Ho lou m tbrj are allre aud Ions after they nr (lead they float with an air chain all round their bodies, cunningly contrived of waterproof feathers dote r overlapping each other. Thus, In a ,.nr. water birds may be dlstinfulih J from nil others by the fact that they l(i.er wash, though we cati hardly b.ame them for that, because If water uu.d penetrate between their feathers tir poop things would never be dry. Tli State of Samfi, Makne'H rivers, lake and mountains aW name that could not be forgot Ir n These are some: Cupsuptac, l'o liHiiiegamook, Sagadhoc, ChluiBientl iviik Chlmpaanoc, Oblnijuasnabaui' look KsiuHnagmik, Kchoortlc, Uuisas Us, ItlpoKeuln. W'asimtoqnott, Mntn -.union, 1 gokomook, Moetoemaguntlc, Apmonjeiie fsinook HysladobK Ml'lenktkuk Coslioaecontlc, L'Btbatook ok tm Damarlscotta, Notch aad Terna di'iuook Rescued from Suffering and Death by - PAINE'S Celery Compound THG QREATnEDICINE. MR. ALFSED BROWN, A Prsnlacat aad Peeahr ClUies, Says: "Alter the Use el Palse's Celery Ceaateaai. I Am New la t Beit el Hallh.N The Rteatett o( modern pbyUdani, Pro I. Edward E. nelr, M. D LL D after )art ol lone practice and close scientific study, cave to tuHcring and diseased wen and women his marvelous, life giving prescription, with the conviction aad positive knowledge that it had peculiar virtues and ample powers to cure. Thousands ol the strongest testimonials from the best known and most reliable men and women ol our country fully sustain the claims made b Dr. Phelps regarding his Palne's Celery Compound. One ol the most convincing proofs furnished, crmes recently from a gcnuVtnan widely known in the capital city of the Dominion of Canada. We refer to Mr. Alfred Brown, 91 O'Connor St , Ottawa, Out. Mr. Ikown's kjler fully demoattrates the (act that the latest sufferer assy cast oft his or her burden of disease and become well, strong, and happy. It proves, too, that the great medkine main tains more fully than ever before its unrivaled place in the estimation ol people ol wealth and social standing as well as with the masses, Mr. Brown says: " I acknowledge with thankfulness and pleasure the fact that I have been cured of a very painful illness ol eight yean' standing by use ol Palne'a Celery Compound. I had, during the years ol my illness, tried almost all the advertised medicines without deriving any good results. I was also treated by several ol the best doctors ol this city, hoping to find that oac ol them, at least, would understand Try case-. '! was getting worse, and was told I wss incurable. I was indeed in a critical condi tion. 1 could not go from the house alone, as I was liable to sudden collapse. I tried hospital treatment, but no relief or good results came to me. I could not sleep, anything that I ate increased my agonies; I was extremely weak, restless, tired, and despondent; was obliged to walk about with my hands pressed firmly into my left side to ease my pains; my feet and hands were cold continually; bad inclination to vomit, had profuse, cold sweats, quick breathing, and would be racked with pain lor hours at a time. "Alter the regular use ol Paine's Celery Compound for a time, I am now in the licst of health, have good appetite, and con use any kind of food, Thank God I am my old self once more, all thrpugh the use-of Paine's Celery Compound." FOlt TWENTY YEARS DIAMOND DYES live bten tbt tiDdird horo djrfi, XrerydlieoT cry la dying hat btn utlllstKl to improve satin Uly they rs the tlrapUtt, ttooiMt, sad aSoit liable of tlldrti for home 1111. I.lreetlon seok and it djrtd eamplcs free. We have a special departnieat of advice, aad will answer free any questions about Uyeluf. flead ample of goods when poeelble. DIAMOND DYK9, Uurltstoo, VI., HID BEHIND THE RULE, . hi 1 i. He ( ilare reeler'e rderti The... Helel Ml KiVrs klier. Aa an editor HoWf tirteley had become weary ef the eonstaut repetition of the -word "ths" In opening 4utetc's. One issue ef his paper In particular ea asperated hlai. Almost every Hem I ad Its opening paragraph begin with "the." This lack of Jadftufit 011 the purt of bis writers lu the choice of words received attsntlou. (Jreeley wrote a note. This notice he requested to be potted in the editorial room and caused copies of It to be seut to correspond euts. The order read: "Under uo circumstances must the word 'the' be used Id the opening or subsequent paragraphs of a news ax tide, lu sentences wltniu a paragraph It will be tolerated If used wltU mod erutlou. If you cautiot wrlU) a para graph without 'the' to opou It, omit" One day shortly after the lwunace of bin now rule Oreeloy entcrj1 the editorial room lu a fury. "How is It that we hare wotblag lu today's paper regarding Holland's attitude toward the policy of the uortbr" he usked of his editor who Lad Charge of the foreign uuws. This editor was aware thi't he had omitted uti lmKrtaut news Itvui which tt the time he considered a unimportant. Hut he was rcsourcufu.. "Your rules aud orders uie positive, Mr. (Jreeley. are they nott" asked the editor. "Ortululy!" shouted the famous scribbler "Then tell me bow I i'ould have used The Hague' for the date line lu the Holland dispatch without violating your punitive order," Mr, (Jreeloy was beateu, but be mut tereu. "If you fellows could use Judgment, then would be no seed for rules." PONIES AND COM Mem tar Dlellaotla.a Betrfeess Ike Tvt Are Deflaetl, A correspondent writes, saya tint Uadmlnton Magaalne, to ask sue what a "pouy" Is-not the pony of the betting ring; he refers to the animal. The dictionaries which be has consulted tell lilm no more tnau that "a ptny" Is " little horse," aud be wants te know where the pony ends and the horse begins. The terra Is, of course, very loosely nurd. At where one might expect accurate deflnltleiis, the trainers seesa te call alt eerie of animals ponies. "I will scad round your pouy at 8 o'clock," Is a familiar phrase to me, and la twe caaea It has alwaya portended the arrival of an animal of Quite 14 .2. 1 have searched for authorities for some time past aud only accidentally came upon oae the other day. A pony, I find It stated, is strictly applicable te an animal under 13 hands. Above 12 and up to I3.S" tli creature should be known aa a aad over 13.3 It become a lierse. This, however, Is not the aae3trn Inter pretatleu, though when the pkraeeeWgy waa altered 1 de not know. According te the Hurllufhaau rules of eole, ''the height ef poults absll uot exceed i hands 2 lucbes," and such an anlwal, according to say old time authority, would be quite a full alxed hsr se. Oue cauuot, of course, go against the Hur lwghaai nomenclature, but I should be Inclined to say that la general par lance anything under J 4 band la, a pouy. 1 am glad y correspondent did not ask for an exact dedultlos ef a "cob," for 1 could do no better thnU suggest that a thickset peay from about 18.5 to 14.2 would cone under the head. The term "cobby' at 'any rate, has a significance of Its own. Tka Gotalaa. There are some good reasons adduced by those who favor the claims of the columbine as a national flower. The colors of the wild varieties "art red,, white and blue. The flower Is purely American, quite widespread, hardy, graceful, beatlful. The Vtala are perfect "liberty caps;" reversed' I hay are "horns of plenty." Celuaablae comes from the Latlu columba.'a dove; the peaceful derivation of the word accords well with etr national policy"; the name also recalls Columbus, "tat great navigator and discoverer. The flower also lends Itself well te d con' ventlonal architectural decoraM6u. Kmi aaa Hla Caprrlwat. Once a month it waa the custom of a cliTKyiiiaii In n neighboring townto catechise the Sunday school. Among the quostlons asked was, "Who waa Ksnu?" Several responded, but none of the answers waa satisfactory, and, as ihe pastor wtis alut to tell them', oBe little fellow said, "I think I can tell you whit I he did." "Well," ttnld the pastor, "tell me what Esau did." "Ksiiti was the fellow whe sold his copyright for a mess of potash." Phil adclphla ledger. A lllat Far tha Kltws. "It Is n source of great happiness te me, my dear," remarked Mr. Baxter to hit life's companion, "that ne one can ever with truthfulness "point tVybii aa a woman with a post." "Yes, James," replied Mra.-Baxter, "it should uiake you happy, and jib tomorrow is my birthday 'it will 'fcUkVaie happy to hare everybtdy point te aae'as n woman with n present" Mew York Herald. Different IWTstaaHta las M. Julius-Would yon like to live your life over again? Edgar No, but I'd like to spend ever again all the money I've Stories. - ,- laltaaaltavsjle. "Smithers la peatUrtly1 tht wwrf;iav hospitable msa'lJevsraA. ' "Yea; I saver kev alas area e aa (aytala) W V."- taJiTee f pa 'ti Tw The Waste of the Body Every seven days tho blood, muscle, tot) bopes of a man of average aizo los ea two pounds of woruout tissue. This waste cannot be replenished and tho wealth and strength kept up without perfect digestion. When tbo stomach and digestive organs fatl to perform tho functions, the strength lots down, tho health gives way, and disease follows. Kodpl despeptiu euro enablee the atom ach aud digestivu organa '.to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that raav be eaten into tho kind or blood that rebuilds the tissues and protean the health aud strength of mind and bo dy. Kodoi cures IndigiHtiou, Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.1 At Uanes. 1 8onia men upend ho tnuoh of their lives trying to got rich quick that they never have time to make a living. A Little Early Riser. Now and then, at ur time wil con stipatlon, biliousnoos and liver troubles. DeWitt'b Little Early Risers are the fa raoua little' pills that will cure by arousing the secretions, moving tho bowels gently vet effectually, yet giving auph tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of tho rroubte is removed entirely, and If this rule is continued for a few days there will be no return of the com,., hint. At Woods k Co. The most miserahlo failure in life is the mau wiio alwaya ante on the advice of otlun., and uover 10I Iowa his own. A Startling Test. To save life Dr T. O Merritt, of No. MehoDeav. Pa. made a atartlinc tost, re- wiling In a wonderful cure, lie writes that a patient wasatUcked with violent heseorrages, caused by ulceration ef the stomach. I had often found Electric Bittersjxce4lflt.for4acuto stomach and liveftroablew, so I precribed.them;the patient gaineds from 'the firatandhaa not had an attack in 14 months, Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Jl ndigestio n, Jconstipation and Kidney troubles. Only 50c; Woods ACVs. A man should realizo that he is growing old when he finds that priug weather does not give him the iih ing fever. Quick Arrest. J. A Gulledgc of Verbena, Ala., was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors. After doc tars and all remedies had failed Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inthuaeation and cured him. It conquers acbee nod pain; at Woods ACo 11 ' ' ' jaaaaiaaaaaaBBaB If this year's graduated could do all they think they can do tbtje would be nothing left for uoxt year's graduates to tackle, In a recent letter from Fred Edmonds who traveled for the Forked Deer Pants Co, of. Paducah,Kj., ho says: "I was seised with a very aevero headache and securing a box of Hill's Headache Tab lets I obtained immediate relief and a cure. These tablets aro the friends of everybody who has gipen them a trial. as they wilf give immediate relit, in neuralgia, nervous affections, roduce fever and cure ann caio of nervoua head-echo that over was iu a few minutes; price 25c; for sale by all proprietary mo dicine dealers in the county. A smiio and a frown comu at the sun, price, but ihe former pays a interest on the iuvost rajut. 6 cents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh. She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a 'bottle of Scott's Emulsion, and by taking regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is t.Iieap for such valuable ma .erial. Some pay more, some less, some get nothing for their money. You get your money's worth when you buy Scott's Emulsion. We will send you a little free. SCOTT &, BOVVNE, Chemists, 409 Pearl Street, New York. HMo, ' S-? sirT,SJl!aa'"iajaBBjfBj?BBBBBBajflsBwBBs Mifflfcii .1. 11'. C iltil: ' 13 - - A Sure Thing. lit ie said. that Betfauw is sum exeept death aud taxes, but that (a uot entire ly true. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Jh a euro oura for nil turns. and throat troubles. Thousands can ti a ti(y,tQ taat.Mra 0. D.VaoM.tiT, of 1 8hopherdHtown, W. Va, says: " hud a ' Bovero caao of Brouchitla and fwr n senr I tried everything 1 heard of but got nu relief. One bottlo of Ur Kings Nmv Hii . uovery thon cured me absolutely " It'a I iufalliblo for croup, whooping cough, grip, puumonia aud consumption Guar antued by Woods A Co, trial botil free; regular sizes COc and f 1, If iuvontors of exousuH ;ould patent them, tho patent ofhcu would Boon furnish oraplovmeut to everybody. m 1 1 Msde Young Agaii. 'One of DrKingr. tyeW Li;o i'ills ev ery night for twp weeks han put me in my 'teens' again, writea D, II. Turner, of Dompsey town, Pa. They are beat in the world or liver, at nn.ib and bowels Novor gripe; only 25c at Woods A Co'e. ' ! rfolne of tht finest biiiiliitB con tnin IIih ponruMl . t is 01 on I he hhihh ny . 11 li 0 ol bob. Spring Ailments. There is an aching and tirtd foaling, the liver, bowels and kidney.1 become sluggish and inactive, the digestion im paired, with little or no appetite, no am bition for anything and a feeling that, the whole body and mind nerdd tonipg up. The trouble is that during the win tor there baa been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbiue will rolieve it, secure to tho a right oxit. and by its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissuro and give you strength instead of weakness; 50 cents at Woods & Co's. What n purtucl old world this Would bo if eaoh of us were ns good as we know we onght tu bo. The X.Rays llecent experiments by praul.cal taats and examinations, with the aid nf tho X rays, establish it as. a fact thai Catarrh of the Stomach is not a disrate if it. self but that it reaulta from repeated at tacks of indlHostion. How can I Cure my Indigcstioni" Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands. It will cuie you of iudigestion and dyspepsia, and prevent or euro Catarrh of tho stomach. Kodol digests what you eat. uinkra the Stomach sweet. In order to enjoy life l.i the modt you must have some em rows by which to uinke com par sun. i Worldwide Reputaiion. White's Cream Vermifuge has adhiiv ed a world wide reputation as boini; the best of all worm destroyers, and for ita tonic influenco on weak and unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the acidity or Bournes of the.sAnack, Imprcveti their digestion; and assimilation t f food. otrengtheils their tlieir nervous system, and restores them to the health, xigor, and elasticity of spirits natural to ihild. hood; 25j. at Woods ,Cc's. JS tnr poo f. 1 heir faith in God until they ih lost faiiu .1. t O 1 1 "" From a tat -Scratch. Oa the arm to the worst port of of bun sore or beil, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Slv is a qjick euro. In buying Witch Hazel Salvo he bur. to get De'it'tV, aa this is tho salve that heals wlthutit iov ing a scar. A apecilio for blkd, bleeding, itohiii and protruding piles: at It. F. ilujhen Somo ji ople lw rarrv tl oir troiibloh to God hikI ro, 1 1 oir joys to t lion. ..elves. A e Mosquitoes. There arc moiomoiuito4 s Ii'h season than thereover was before, and ,cint iats say that thoy carry malaria front inn-person to another. If this tin-1( we will havo tnorp mnlorin amnn us limn over beforo, and it is tho duty of even-on? to guard their own health as wrll s that of thcirfamiy. This you can do difeascs of iiiiilariHl ori gin by tnking Hall's Anti- Malarial Tab lota, which area sum cure fr chill, f" vor, general dobility. poor 'Iim d, foul stomach, sluggish liver,! loss of np elite and all broke -down. conditions I'riie 2oc; at all medicino dealers Those who think miioh nlMui death get litllo out of life. 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P&ducah, Ky tW WJ at fs rW4lV m 4WlMMi Your appetite is poor, 1 .Wftfrr Baf7t('V7 your heart "flutters," you have headaches, tongue is stipated, bad taste in the mouth? not all of these symptoms, then some of them? It's aef your lrvcr. asaaV m B asasf aaai LbbbL a kP H laVsafa vegetable remedy, H containing no mineral or LFb naicotic poisons. It will correct aa any or all uppetite and spirits iW a.W ItOWl LxruviViV avatawv C I TrXT QRelievas Instantly, Healc M DU v.li a-without leavingugly scar, jji I 'TpCStops the bleeding. Kills tho Pain, Prevents VJ lu Blood Poison, Heals quickly. Dpi TCt?CStopthe Pain, Prevents Swellings t lU ISCi? Draws out the Inflammation. It will do what we say, or money refunded. soosoo i.oo jtoo.Ti.Ba. mtmmcsozrssaSL THOU8AND3 SAVED BY DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medicino positively cures Consumption, Coughs Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La-Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. 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'All subscriptions under this combination offer must be pi nt ll imicI' tin V it v . atarjimii ii ii Constipation 11 And all symptoms nnd Results of Indigestion Absolutely rimoved bj tha uta of DR. CARLSTEDT'S GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded If you are not pleased f with remits: has cured thousands i wny noi you r Mr. E, B. IlatVctt, a prominent merthintol Morcanhcld, Ky a tufferer (or years Iron; contiMliooand iodltettion.ind wis prevailed upon to try Dr. Carlitedt's German Llvrr 1'owder by one hom it had done treat ood. He rave it a ainjrle trial, when hebrran in (eel better at once. Troubled ilh pile), Mr. Hack, elt was surprised to find himieK cured ol this moil dreaded o( bodily ailments, lie it now a well man and does not use any medidne. If you are afflicted in this manner, rive ita trial: it will cost you only 25 cents, and should it not prow as we say the drutxi.t is authorised to refund your rconey. TUB AMERICAN PMARMACAL. CO., SvaaavlMe, lad. T Hi. .t 0 . 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