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Highest of all in Leavening Pow er.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
M Baing PeB~~ ~ti~;~ -Y~iUZI~ M;~ PHIILOPENA. We blad boat hats eM wem w al er sen as eat camped weverSled ave her a ienr o the heab pesta I cried. "relm rnst Fil Ad pay me a nother next week." hs had promised: she kne she wee C V iht u --Ablee. Dmn is Yankee BlD . The CMal oa Oelemea. s England we have been aocutomed t py high prices at certain times loi - such as quinine, cocaine and but a drug is used in New Chitn ch in actual value far surpseses any *hing which has been known here. The substance in question is calles ginseng and is the root of Arala quin quefolia. It is so highly valued as a toic and stimulant medicine in China tiat it is sold at from 20 to 250 times it, weight in silver, son:mti.es for f00 times that amount. Authorities state, how e-er, that it possesse, no important medicinal properties. Next to China the drug isproduced it, good quality I. Cores ands the prin' :pal article of ex irt from Corea into China. So much i_ this the case that t..: Corean are loath to part with any see Is of the plant lest their practical monopoly in this root should be invaded. The wonder is that with such a much used commodity at such a price steps are not taken to cultivate it in saficien: quantity so as to adjust the balance be tween supply and demand. The reduc tion, for example, in the price of qui nine was largely the result of increased cultivation of the cinchona plant, an:l the same may be said of cocaine in re -pect to the cocoa plant.-Pearson's Weekly. The Man Got a Whlppilg. Some few years ago in the depths of winter an old pair had ascended the "wooden hill" for their night's rest They had been there some time when the old clock struck 2. The next minute they were startled by their edlroom oor opening, and in walked their rn Will, with a face as long as a fiddle. "Well, Will." exclaimed the fonl bther, "what is the matter?" "There's a man in the house." said the .-------l. ho father jumped out of bed, snatch ad up the poker, the wife following suit with the tongs, and they went down stairs, followed by Will. The house was searched, but no man was found. "Where's the man?" said the father. Will, with a twist of the few bristles on his upper lip, straightened himself. and pointing to his breast said: "Father, here he is." It was his twenty-first birthday! He got a whipping for it, man or no man. Yankee Blade. Wholesale PlSatlg. One of the most remarkable illustra ions of progress in electrical appliances is electrolitic painting. Hitherto if cop per or other metal had to be deposited electrically a bath of solution was need ed. Now all this is changed, and a ship's hull can be plated as easily as a spoon or a teapot. Instead of a bath, insolu ble salt, ground to a fne powder and mixed with water are used. This mix tare is painted on the metal to be pated by a fine wire brush, to which one pole of a dynamo conductor is attached, the other pole being conneretd to a plat. Not only pure metal, but a msorts of a loys can be used.-Exchange. What Alumlsism .s There are many misconceptions about alumninium that are widespread and which it seems difficult to correct in, the public mind. Aluminium is not, sction for section, a very strong metal. it is only one-ob. as strong as wrought on. It has a very low elastic limit. It inot rigid, but bends under a trans verse strain readily. It is in its alloys that its utility commences to a .pr With f8to 19 per cent of copper or al. Itnim boans, we have one of the most s Ineaagssalm and strongest met Sknown.-New York Telegram. eg ats caar m5,,. Ctam birds we ten covered with ve . Tbhy may be relieved of them by platg * leg whit cloth ovwe their a-g at night. In the morning the cloth fill be overed with minute red sgots - s.st that they can hardly be emm wtq t eaked ynThee are the*o pr LMkP--Pildelpiares. vary polite. do you like your new mu!de "Reitsave-y: , W . Pr ' -ra 408 so I!'1 The adi . . m1 0 many of . *t contain har..fnl +- ..! 1 l gritt Tiaveens by rail in Russia are divided b ee te clasmm-civ, military and tu wit tWh frter bd.ul,.in of a€.+l~ m..,pqh ..--.m rmu NEW REA.N GOODS METHODa t-ses is VtLetame. Accompanied by Police ConstabL Ire mat tabded lndisputahie vidsme tltd he is of German extraction walkehd into the detective ofa e last night and there related a most remarkable experience infrael he es the as, s busis w over this ountry eblc, and he has onljy recently rom the southern tats His story to the 4oevev i t4 the effect that on Saturday nn having notl~ki to do, he paid a it t the musee on Yongs street. When the per formance was over, he came out to the street and was about to return to his hotel when he noticed a very plump, rather handsomne young lady, who ap pears to have had power enough to charm him away from his original in tuntion to go home. Neither seems to have objected to the other's company, and, to make a long story short, the twe strolled away up the street arm in arm. Hohlbein is a stranger in the city, has no knowledge at all of its geography, and i. therefore unable to now describe, except in very general terms, theroute followed by him and his companion, but it is suafcient to know that at length they reached the outside of a house which the lady informed him was her home. With some hesitation be accepted an in vitation to enter and was ushered into a room furnished in a very ordinary way and containing, he noticed, a type writer. He was offered some ale, but having declined to drink the lady drank some for him. After some pleasant chatting his com anion stepped back, and raising her hand lifted off her hat and a wig, and to his intense amazement Hohibein saw that he was in the presence not of a woman, but of man. Another twist at the wrist, and heman had removed a jacket, waist and skirt, and there he stood-a young man in ordinary male attire. onhlhein arn at a rnu to rnnnnnt fur noiein wa rn a iouar a ouoon Or tMhis very strange metamorphoseis and grasped a revolver which he carried with him, determined to defend himself should the occasion rise. The stranger, however. requested him to be calm and at his ease, as no harm would come to him. He then produced some samples of bills, which he handed to Hohlbein with the request that the latter express an opinion as to what they were. "Green goodsr" said Hohlbein. 'Right you are!" mid the stranger, and he then and there ofered him all he wanted for 25 cents for each dollar's worth. "How much money have you?' he asked Hohlbein. The latter produced his purse and showed his companion that there was nothing in it ut bt me Ssmall change scarcely worth mention Ing. This seemed to exasperate the oo cupant of the room, and with rather strong language he opened a door lead. ing to the back yard and promptly evicted his guest. Hohlbein said he walked a long distance before be could fad a street, and when hea t last did so be hastened to his hotel. In the morn lag he related hiseapsrience to a friend. d the two interviewed Cao.iahla Isn i wng,ho went with them to the detective ofice. '7r story is such s qeer afdar that it is cul to come to any conclusion re gadl. itI ThpL who tells it is said to be sa honest, truthful and sober man, and those who know him place reliance o his word.-Toronto Mail. Amnseeta LvMry. Singularly enough it spars thatPoe, the only absolutely distict gsna our conmtry has yet produced, was Incapable of humor and that even his levity was artificial. Hawthorne, nest to Poe in originality and far above him if style, was but meagerly equipped with smile provoing material. Byat, our great ea poet, maintained a lofty seriousness throughoat his work. It ma. be sacrilege to say so. but the truth is Lowell was the founder of our levity. He never could be quite a relia bly sarieus thinker, but could at any mo met break off into funmaking. Humor is good I a fresh agA nataral state, but so is a peach. Cut and dry either, and lrhave a poor article for a regular diet. We Americans have fed upon laughable utas until our faces show the wrinkles dp se wnn asolesneat repose. We se never sure '4 one maother, but mast wait awhile aser each oommunti oatfom to find out whether or act t is a joq The efect o blha4 annet be achedA tbM all thM i burly burly of cs vles. HMow vc ce be se'nu a earqkp4er Is rila .ri t:.ir -Chautauqusa. ... trerm rue Ppp3. .,- at Lafayette, lad., Is se F',; U' i!sve about brokem up N churl'h tilo other day by saying in aserr mon that "God made the earth in ai days, ad then he rested; then he mads ma and rested egain; then he made woman, and since that timare lther God a· man has had a ret."-Lou.svills urisr-Journal. She t-.t |ind of i'.xs.rctlw. There is Eno, exec:rise -wuich cý:n braes so many lhealth :: iving qialitie. riding. It is I,.c:i.ary v:aluable t childrep. for it i the- nflet certain and gentle develolw-r if tlf e bacitr:i w:l stIiil ach mu.cles anld unIlrts a tne to the entire system thaotc-annot possibly t attained in any other way. Even foo,t ball. the hardiest of all games, falls short of hbving the same invigoratir.g effect on the boy. If this be true for the boy-and such it is now generally admitted to be-how much more neos ery is riding to the young girl who has ao game but lawn tanls, which fails to emmise the most important parts of her body? Few boys and girls and almost as few mn sad womn, think twice of the vai Spt keset int s of eorfles tothem, orwould know mach about it if 4 O tem. L Aa m fi earns.c , md - pi tg , is btes than some, heut m s which spa upes arms and Male. 4 soes. a the value of ro gesia ea the boy, the ohest, sogeko and bos. hen, then, en s* rnepb i spad that sCs ea all. its value ~t withost further argument --i s soang People sw es.. ammer'. saue. The Princess Bismarck conducts her houe on the most delightful tree and easy plan. Breakfast is served at a') hours in the mornin, each member of the family and each guest appearing only when ready. Dinner is supposed to be served at 8:0 o'clock, but it isgen wally 4 o'clock before the party is gath ered around the board. Then they have coffee, and about 8 o'clock a promiscu. ens supper is served. - Philadelphi Prms. The Cosmopolitan Magazine The Weekly Yellowstone Journal BOTH FOR $3.75 A YEAR. The great illustrated monthlies have in the ,ast sold for S4.oo a year. It was a wonder to printers how The Cosmopolitan, with its yearly 1536 pages of reading matter by the greatest writers of the world, and its 12oo illustrations by clever artists, could be furnished for $3.00 a year, In January last it put in the most perfect magazine printing plant in the world, and now comes what is really a wonder: We will Cut tl Price of the Magezine l Nalfl for YeH! Think of it, 128 pages of reading matter, with over 120 illustrations a volume that would sell in cloth binding at Si.oe N-Poz only 3L8 1- COest.i--- We will send you THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE, which has the strongest staff of regular contributors of any existing periodical, and the WEEKLY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL, c 1m E ,a oz* 1ply 0.75 Yeºeaa. l sty a- ',at code " tTh. Pw.imn 1893 3 a N *.@P usU The Forum. i..s.s. lmobs m a w w so `a"r., tllWms. , aiss. we, ,I. .. aiiEm~' ttE uANT TYOU to net u- ,Jur agenut. We furnish an espeMlW outtlt and all you nerad free. It cots notlaing tc try the bo-llia.e. We will treat you well aInl help yOua to earn teal tinac ordnliry wages. l|,rib sexes of all alge cana live at home ana wock in lpare time, or all tIer tlime. Ay one any wher can earn a nreat r eal of emoney. zany have nad. Two IlEldread Don. a[ Muth. 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Fano- and Colored Printing. Arttic Work, Pricem Reasonable. No Delay. " • l i'' 'lW'an 0 " " Yellowstne Journal Oike.