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,,HV il-od fcvpni ft clean skin. No Fvimmit it. Casearet, Candy tethar- 1,1 n vour blood and keep it clean, by ' tir i tie laty liver and driving all im i',13 f i -u the body. Uegm to-day to i,,l j)ii;i, boilf, blotches, blackheads. 'tat. tn klv biliotia complexion by taking "tret a Iicnuty for ten cent. All drug (Vlatutaction guaranteed, 10c,26e,50c. a't i-...,,.. v-....tA win anTMA Hi the H-potflii Op-irit llnuso. New inrS, In No tttr fur ttie llrst timo lu 15 yearn. ' 'r l more CaUiri-'.i In this aor-tlon of the Il'iri- thm all nth nr rti -eases put together, tlt.il t!i'lt few (irWM siipisjseil to b- 'llf. nr a arvent many years doctors llnni-e'l iralnoal iIIkci and jiresnrlbed i ifiii'ilie, ninl bv ronsf-antly Tallin til 1 lth Im-iu treatment, iironnunretl It lu. Tf-r. S"i'-ni'e lins nriivn etatiirrh to be a ( tnt'niinl disease and therefore requires le: tuK.M.nl feaiment. HMl'a OaUrrh Cure, ojfa l.tn-.-d hy F. .1. Cheney Co., Toledo, i,1k thp nnlf cnnl.it.iitlnnal cum on the "it. His tken Internally In doses from r )frn eatKftiful. It arts directly on ' x n I ami miirnna aurf'irea of the system. '8 jilTer n hundred dollars fur any ra u.iinri-ro. Send for i-irculnrs nnd testi- llrt. A 'HI re r ..i . ninkioivuiuicuVi !ln. A -Idee" r..i. I b.- Irmnrtd. "fit 's family iMIj ni ft,t'i bent. I "in flr-d. known tn the Komana silk M c-r thtt It was sold weight for weight ret" iti'- Tcittfrlne la 't'he Xume of It. uf on tirj any nVtn dla-iasa such as oeaema, 'toeuat ringworm or tntte-. 1101111114 will roii ao luioaijr r th iroinrhlr aa Tetiurtna. freuted iboii-andt and will rure you. Nu . m muim mlals lor tlie uaklu. Adept nu 1 1. Unto. J. T Mmiitrlne. Msnu"r., Sevan er 3.. will send yon ho postpaid (orotic In it If you.- di UKtflst dimau't k eu It. C5 the lat ten years there 1ms been an In . I of 2.IKKI nnnitilly In tlio nuinbor of "i Url fella's Insane. 11,1, 1 lnl't Tojateo Spit and Smoko T oar lift Iwiy. ;e qnlt tobaeeo cosily and forever, be BW , full of life, nerve and vltor. taUe No-To thawoodm-worl'er. that nir.kca wealc meo ,rg. All drufglsta, COoorll. Cureguarao- Out Boottlct and simple iree. aourtw , tlDg Jleroedy Co.. Cliicaco or New York, lu: tinltan of Morm-rn will not nllnw a a,jlng rol aisout to enter hla domiuloiia. 3 c' 1'lncUey'a Kye Knlvo ('area etea lu 3 dayn: clironlo ruin in 3n ,' or money bnt-k. All driiKvtlBt-', or 'til, fcW;. per box. J. V- Havtkii, Doca a jexaa. ' ' "0firlea Uroadway ltouaa la an admirer li ldyard Kipling. "lira Cure for Conaimiptlon baa no equal illiiDouifh niedlrine. V. M. AnnoT-f, Via bon v tt.. buffalo. N. Y.. May , lBUI. Icv-i Duke of York liaa an Imposing collec- xf clguiottj-lioldurn. )e t Ko-To-llao for fifty Cent, 1 "'arnnteed tobacco bablt euro, make! weak OH (trout;, blood puru. 60o,ll. AUdruggiau. i Kln of Uroere rarely dona a uniform, rhen bn doea bo ahowa a marked prefvr )V) for liKht o.nlor. Sll, Vecesstfo is the tker of Invention." u L-w3 ih'e necessity for a reliable blood fier and ionic that brought into tzist m'rKood'i Srsapar,1U. is A flighty '!tntra1td extract prepared by A com . Hon, proportion and process peculiar pelf and giving to Hood's Sarsapa , Kunequalled curative power. e a lest i Ankforit, If jour dealer hasn't t to ' 'ie t'an t0 ' eB8"y- ievet - Dangrona Freaka of Nature. ta "CCrltous' but dangerous Ireaks of na )ise I frequently found in the oeserts of 3R nona are called Sumlderoa by the -'LflcaDK and Indians. They are ked pitfalls of quicksand that oc 0T l la the dry plains and are covered jju'lra treacherous crust of clay that rej, been spread over them In fine par- tB by the wind ana uauea ary Dy sun. The peculiar properties of the retain all the moisture drained ln'o pj aner me lr.irequeci rains, uuu it to be Altered to unknown sij that a man or a horse or a a cheep that once steps upon ptlve crust Instantly sinks out ' beyond hope of rescue. Tho a are on a level with the sur- in Hocerr Thorn la nn dancer 1 K - - aal lu mark them and their surface J , not be distinguished by the or- I fry eye Irom th8 nard clov that 110 round them. They occur most fre- 'e' hty in the alkaH-covercd flats, and II lt'ilnfMrt flftApn nr tvfiitv fpfit In iyL7 i ticli. KEEPS CURIOUS BUG9 A3 PETS Tucalan InaeeU Arm H'a-hJy Eateemad by the People. From the-Mexican Herald: Three of the most curious pets that Wore ever fed were brought to Mexico City the other day. Thy wore brought there by tho butler In the housrhoid of President Dla, who una been on a trip to Progreao. They aro threa bugs of a rare breed. The only place In the world In which they art found is Yucatan. The averagfl specimen is about an inch and a half long. Its body Is in two aectlona, resembling the bodies of some specie of the bee tle, and each section is covered with a stout shield or plato which Is almost flat, curving but a littlo nt the rdges. When the head of tho bug la placed under the mlcroscopo It looks rather intelligent and amiable. The bugs which were brought here are in a highly ornate state. Some cunning artist of Yucatan has painted- shields in the Mexican national colors on the rear plates over their bodies, nnd highly colored bunches of llowers on the front plates, and has islldpd their long, doublfd-up ' lcc3. Little Rold chains are attached to tho mlddlo of the rear plate, whlcii is tho larger of each bug's body, by which his hugshlp can bo lifted up or led around. One of the biiRS was presented to Preeidnl Diaz, ono to a Mexican lady nnd the other to an American lady. They are pot in the literal sense of the word The American lady's bug is receiving all kinds of sollcltlous nttentlon r.nd seems to like it. An effort will be made to teach him jorac tricks. Ills habits and manners are being closely watched. IIo loves tho sunshine, hav ing been raised in the hot country, and when he is lifted by his gold chain and dropped in iho full fclare of tho sun, with the cork of a beer bottlo in front of him to munch, lie seems to be supremely happy. HABIT OF TIPPING SERVANTS. One Inatanee Illustrating Ita Abates on the Continent of Kurope. A Chicago woman who recently spent a brief season in Germany speaks In terms of condemnation of the custom, almost universal there, of tipping Rer vants. The practice is not conflned to the hotels and lnnr, but guests at the private houses of the rich aro expected to cross the palms of those who attend to their wants. This woman, in relat ing; her experiencea, said: "When my visit came to an end I was la such a dilemma as to what was the proper thing to do in tho way of feeing the servants that after soma deliberation I went to my hostess for relief: 'You have such a retinue of servants,' I oald to her, 'that I simply .cannot fee them all. I want you to te".l mo which ones will expect a remembrance and what amornt It ought to bo.' Whereupon she '. 'Id me that the question had coma up so often In this very way that she had at last hit upon a plan which lier husband agreed was a good one and which had been in operation for a long time in their household to the entire satisfaction of all concerned, including tho servants. She showed me a locked box in a dark nook in the hall, and Into a slit In this her guests dropped whatever amount it was their pleas liro to give the servants. Onco In six months tha box was onened and tha contents distributed among the staff the gifts being proportionate to tho place heldthe butler, footmen, room maids and others who come in direct contact with the guest receiving tho larger amount which.I can assure you, was the greatest kind of relief to me, and seemed a good idea to adopt elsewhere." REV. DR. TMJ .lir THE EMINENT DIVINE'S DISCOURSE, Sulijert: The Divorce QueMlon 1 Disorder a Subject of fiatlona'i portanee I in laordera a Subject of national , aw hw, irtanee t'nlfontilty l Divorce l,1Vj the.Varlena Klalea Suggeateil. II II ICnpyrigtal, Lnnln Klopwh. 1U ' 11 II Washinotoh, D. C Pr. Tnliriage In th f uiacourae uiacunnija a iftirniiiiu vi unui'i" linportaneo, which la eonfeasedly as dim,, rult as It la urgent. The text la Mnllhe xlx., fl, "What therefore God hath Jolne together let not man put aauniler." That there are hundreds nnd thousand of Infelicitous home In America no on f will donbt, If there were only one akeletoi- In the closet, that mlRht be Forked up "H'l hondoned. but in many a noine tnere ih i t. i i VKI Kli KA NHH hMMr-kH 1 HOO keletonlnthe hallway and a skeleton mLLOUUrvvj, rrt., JLf I tlVlDCK .0, 10 A ak all tho apartments. " Unhappily married' i nre two worda descriptive ot mnuy n home r Hienil. It needa no orthodox minister to prove to a badly mated pnlr that there la n hell. They are thuro now. Sometimes n grand nud gracious woman will bo thus In cHreerated, nnd her life will he it cruel. Itxlon, as was the es.vi with Mrs. Mlgour. ney, the great poetess ami the great soul. (Sometimes a conseernted in an will bo united to a fury, as wna John VYnaley, or milted to a vixen, im wus John Milton. Hometlies nud generally both parties nre to blnnm, nnd Thomiis Dnrlyle Ih nil iiitolernblu grumbler, unit hla wife bus n pungent re- ort nlwnva lendr. and I ronde, llio histo rian, pledged to toll tlin plulii truth, tins to ull iisiiie the curiiun iroui tun uielong liiiilible :it CrHlgeiip.it'.iic'k and 5 f'heyue row. Homo av that for the alleviation of nil hen domestic disorder of whleh wo hear nsy dlvoree la n good prescription, lo. sonietliiixi iiiitborir.iv divorce as certainly ns He nuthorlr.ea marriage. 1 have Jut as much regard for one lawfully divorced n hnvn for one lawfully married. Hut von know nnd I know Unit wlioloanle divorce a on of our nntlmiiil seourg, I am not surprised at thla when I think of the 1 it 11 u -oueiM which hnvo been uhro:nl mllltntliig ngalii.it the marriage reliitlon. For many yenrs the phitforms of the eonntry raug with tn:k nlioiir n iree love niilleuiiliim. 'J'here v;ero i.-.eetiiigii of till kind held in th J Acaderay of MuhIc, Iln.oklyu; i. coper .' aitit'lte. New lork: lreniont Tatnpla, llo.iton, nnd nil over the Inn,!. Hjme of the women who were mont prominent in that movement have -lnc been distinguished fo.- great pronilaeualty of nhVotlon. 1 jpu lur thenea fur such onciptiuna were the lyr im.iy of nan, the uppreaalnn of the inar rlngo relation, women rights and tho till till luf . l'ro'nliiimt Sieakera v.-ere woinu with short ciu-U nnd short dresn mid very long tongue, ever- lastingly el. wur with (!od tacaise they were ereateil wouiew. whllo on .ue plat form sat mnul. meu with soft nuoeut and cowed dcnieiiuor, iiiologell for inaseuiln ity nnd holding the pnriisola whllo the lermngaiit oruton wont on prcucliliig tho gospel of Iree love. That eumpalgu of iibout twenty yenrs sot morn devl a Into the innrriago irthul-in than will n exorcised in the next lll'y. Men and women wnut hoinu from suoh ineotluga so pcrniiineiiiiy non fused as to who were t inlr wives and hus- IihihIs Unit 1 1 cy iievor got out of the per plexity, nnd 111:) criminal am: II") civil courts tried to dinentaiiglo the Iliad of woes, and the one trot alimony, and that one got a limited riivojv anil tula motliur kept tli n ehlldreu f dltlou that tin father could somettf no nnd look at them, mid thesi . v NUABER 2. Local Correspondence. AMARANTH. nlci our ater meterv Sometimes they are only 1 01 Ii Tinnlreta nr wplla that a rrinn can e'l across, but the longest pole has ul0'V found their bottom. A stone "'' jwn through tho crust sinks to un rlion:wn depths and no man who ever k su'!, in to one of them was rescued. :h n'iy account for the mysterious dis- l"ri'arance of many men and cattle, 11) ir . ' KVII-- tbn many Dog and lien a Chums. New York Journal: In the rear of a quaint farmhouse in Cranford, N. J., where a Mr. Sylvester resides, a daily gceno of mutual affection between a ddg and a magnificent specimen of a barn-yard hen is displayed. The dog Is fed regularly and he at once seeks tho hen, and together they devour the re past, the hen clucking tha while, and the dog showing every evidence of sat isfaction. After the food has been igaten both the hen and the dog seek a sequestered spot and a nap is enjoyed by both. Regular ' j after tho noon meal, the hen, as If in payment of the pepaet, will lay an egg In the auc'epan in which the dinner has been served. Then the dog, in response to much clucking on the part of the hen, will run to the pan and quickly eat the fresh egg. iVU o,' TLtv ) liq' ay liest A Capable I8i3,r, upuu will r- i-ise 4 i. oi. by f'i: IllllW f 11 ( ire; b-. , atUo'f y. ' esect- aa-po'' ) attf uryl'i onrntl id u us. ' a pur r, ani i otbt' ntif, witkf inei' Karri' Well'1 ns rec. L WOS if f tbe e par'J ailed f SB an W the jppeil't CAPABLE mother must be & healthy mother. The experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation. Correct and practical counsel is what the expectant and would be mother ueeds and this counsel she can secure without cost by writing to Mrs. Finkham at Lynn. Mass. Mrs. Cora Gilson, Yates, Manistee Co., Mich., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham Two years ago I began having such dull, heavy, drag ging pains in my back, menses were pro fuse and painful and was troubled with leucorrhaea. I took patent medicines and consulted a physician, but received no benefit and could siut become pregnant. Seeing one of your books, I wrote to you telling you my troubles and askmg lor advice, iou an swered my letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully, and derived so much benefit that I cannot praise Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound enough. I now find myself pregnant and have begun iti use ao-ain. I cannot oraise it enough." .. Mrs. Perlev Moulton.W Thetford, Vt., writes: 4,Dear Mrs. Pinkham I think Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an Kcellent medicine. I took reveral bottles of it before the birth of my baby and fat along nicely. I had no :cer-patns ana am now F'rong and enjoying good I salth. Baby is also fat and I ! iulthy." MRS. LHAS, UERBIC, 304 1 I juth Monroe St., Haiti-1 t iore, Md., writes 1 "Dear " RS. Pi hk 11 am Before tak- g Lydia E. Pinkham's egetable Compound I was lable to become pregnant; but since I have used It my salth Is much improved, and I have a big baby boy, the joy id pride of our home." T ' ' 1 I J ' 1 il "!1 I'll I 1 iii'I i j lit r o ponrliou.HHii. unci those went tr.r te aayluiu, Hitil thoao went Into . iiibllu life, nnd nil went to dost nilRtaHnat war ever inadu okV narrlniie inattt'itlon wna that fee- ,T eiunpiilKii, aomettmeK tinder ouo name mi l oiuotiiu';i uuder an other. Auut'tnr Inlluenne that lim w.iire.l upon I be' innrrlNRe relation bua beeu polyHiny !u Utah That la 11 stereotyped caricature of the BiarrliiKfl relation iiml hns polaoueil the whole laud.. Von mlRlit iih well think that you onu huve nu arm lu 11 atiuu ot mor tification and yet the whole body not ba xickened ns to have tuy Terrltnrlea r Ktatea polyiritmlzed nnl yet the body ot I lie nation not leel the putrefaction. Hear it, Koud meo unit women or America, that au Iouk iiro aa a law wna paKBert by Con Kren forbtddluK polKumy in tlio Terrllorie? mid in all the plaeea wheru they hml juris illetlon. Tblrty-aeven yenra have pushed ulong and nine udmlnhM rations, yut not until tho pnssuKO of the Kdmituds law in 1W2 waa Hiiy aetlve policy of polyKmnlv uipresalou adopted. Armed with nil the power of government nnd having nu unny nt their dlspoanl, the II n't brink had not till then been knocked from Unit fortress of lib nrtitiUm. Kvery new President lit lilainnutr tirnl tickled that monster with the straw condemnation ,tt ml every Conurera stiiltilleil Itself In proposluK pome plan tliat would not work. Polygamy etoud In Utah, uuil iu other of tho Territories more lutrenohecl, more brazen, more puissant, more brae (jiirt and more Internal thuu at nuy time In lu history. James ltuchaitan, n much abused man ot hla iuy. did mors (or the extirpation of tills villainy than nil tha subsequent administrations iiureu 10 ao up 1 to 18812. Jlr. BuchiiuHU sent out 1111 nrmy, I nud, iiltbouxh !t wis linlted lu Its work, still ! he acoompllsliud moro than the subsequent j iidininUtrutious, wbli-ll dlil nothing but talk, talk. talk. Even at this late duy mid with tho E lmuiu'.i net lu force the evil bun not been wholly nxtlrpiited. Polygamy '11 I'tab, tlioilgb outlawed, is still pructicud in secret. 1c baa wurred iiiraiust tbo mar riage relation throughout tlie laud. It i. impossibluto have sncli nu awful sewer of lnliiiUy scuilluif up its iniusina, which is wafted by the winds uorth, south, oust and west, without tho whole land bfllug ufTecKid by It. "Now," say some, "wo admit all these evils, aud thu only way to oleartltem out or to correct tliuiri Is by easy divorce." Well, before wo yield to tbut cry let ns tlud out how easy it Is now. I linvo lookud over the laws cf all tlie States, and I find that, while lu some rttatcs It la easier than In others. In every Htuta It Is easy. The Utile of Illinois, through Its LeiilNliiture, recite it iouk list of proper ciiusea for dlvorco and then elnsoa up by kIvIiir to the courts tin: rliiht to miiko 11 de cree of divorce in uuy case where they deem It expedient, After that you urn no; surprised lit the announcement that lu one year them were di vorce. If you want to know bow easy It is, you have only to look over the records of tbo Stutos lu Massachusetts, CO I dl-vor-es in one year; In Mulnv, 17S lit r.uo year, In Connecticut, 401 divorce In ono year; 111 the city vt San .Friuiclsco, 3di divorces in one year; in New Kniiluud la on year, 21U divorces, and In twenty year iu New Enalimd, UO, 00. Is that not easy em tiKhy If the same ratio continues the ratio ot multiplied di vorce uud multiplied causes of divorce, we aro not far from tho time when our courts will hnve to set apart whole daya for npplluatbaa, and all you will have to prove aifaiuat a man will be that be left bis slippers tn the middle of thu floor; and all you will hnvo to prove ngaluat a woman will bo that tier husband a overcoat was buttouless. Cause of dlvorco doubled in a low years doubled In Frauce, doubled In Kngland and doubled In tho United States. To ahow bow very easy It la, I hnvo to tell ;oit that lu Westoru Keserve, Ohio, the proportion of divorces to marriages cele brated was In one year 1 to 11; In Rhode Itluud, 1 to f; In Vermont, 1 to 14. le not that easy enough? I want you to uotbie that frequooey of divorce i.lwnyn iioe.-i aloutf with the diuao lulenesa of xoclely. Home for BOO years liad not ono naso ot dlvoroe. Those wero her days ot Klory and virtue. Then tbo relxu of vice btifiuu, and divorce became epidemic. If you waut to know how rap. Idly the cirpiro went drlwn, ask (llbbon. Do you know bow the relun of terror waa introduced In Fra' CcV Uy !!O,00O oas-; of dlvoic lu ono year in Paris. What w want is that the Congress ol the United States move (or the chaulnn ot the national constitution so tbat a law can be passed which shall be uniform all over the country and what-sball be. right iu one State ahull be right In all tha Slates uud What la wrouv in one State will be wrong In all the States. How Is it nowV If 11 pnr'y In the marriage relation (tela dim at Is lleil, It U only neoessnry to move to another State to achieve liberation from the domestic tie, nnd divorce la effected so easily that the llrat one party knows of y. la by seel or It lu the newspaper that Itev. l)r. Somebody a few daya or week after ward Introduced Into a new marriage rela tion it member of the household who went off on a pleasure excursion to Newport or a buslueia exourslon to Cbloago. Married at tlie bride's house; no cards. There are States ot the Union whtob nractlcalW out ki. " inatrli'.io clitl acinic tlnda out how lierltid, nnd no calcula . out how lotiR it will bn befor.v with Will die nlid 'vhellier he nun stillld .',n. tratory temper until lio does die, nud r.' ho enters the rolatioii. for he says. "If x cannot stand It, then through tlio dlvorco law I will back out." That process Is go ing on all tho time, and men miter Into tlio relation without any mornl prluclpK with out any affection, nnd it.N h mucii a mat ter of stock speculation its anything that was transa-tcd ycaterday In Union Pacific, VYahnvli and lielawaro and I.aekawannn. Now, soppoMt a mint nnili ri-tooil, ns ho ought to understand, that If be goes I nt) that relation there U no possibility of Ills getting cut or no probability. Ho would j be more alow to put bis nefle In the yoke, j lie should say to himself, "liiitbcr than 11 . Caribbean whirlwind with a whole fleet of j shipping In its arms, give ine a r.opliyr off nobis of snushlne and gardem of pea".'' lllgorous divorce law will also bin lor women from tho fatal mistake of marrying men to reform them. If n young mini, by twenty-five yenrs of age or thirty years of age, havo tlie habit of strong drink fixed nu hliu. he is ns certainly bound for a drunkard's grave ns tbat 11 train starting out from Hie (irauil neutral iiap.it nt o'clock to-morrow morning la bound (or, Allmnv. The tinlit may not reitclt Albany, for II may bo thrown from tbo truok. Tho young man may not reach a drunkard's grave, for aometiilng may throw him off the Iron track of evil bnbit. ll'ittue proba bility la that the train that st-irts to-morrow "morning nt 8 o'clock for Albany wl'l get there, aud tlie probability la that ttio young man who has the habit of sir.iui: drink fixed on hint before twiMity-llvo or thirty years of u;e will nrrlve at a drunkard' grave. she knows ho drinks, although be tries to bide it by chewiug cloves. Everybody knows he drinks. Paren'.F warn; neighbors and frlendi) warn. She will marry hlui, site will rofonn him. It alio Is unsiici-ess. fill In the experiment, why, tlioi., tho dl vorco law will einnuc Ipnle her, bnciflso habitual druukennoss Is a I'linsn for df vorca in Indiana. Kentucky, Florida, C n uectlmit and nearly all the States. So tin poor thing goes to tbo altar of sncrillcc. It von will show mo tho poverty strut streets In any city, I will show you tlio homes of the women vno uiurrieit mon 10 reform them. In ono case out of ten thou sand It muy bn a successful experiment. I never saw the successful experiment. Hut linve a rigorous divorce law, nnd that woman will aav. "K I am afUanced to that man. It la (or life, and It now, in tho ardor of his young love ami I tho priZ to bo won, he will not give up his cups, witou he has rnu the prl7;e surely ho will not glvo up his cups.-' And ao that womnn will say to the man: "No, sir; you are already mar ried to the club, anil you are ninrriod to that evil habit, and so you are married twice, and you are a blgiunl.it. Oo!" Let mo say to all young people, before you give your heart and bund In holy n -iiiince, use all caution. Inquire outside n to habits, explore ttie dlspo.-ltlou, scrutln. i7.o tbo taste, question the ancestry ami Itud nut the iimbltlons. not lake the huroes and heroine ot '-.heap novels font model. Do not put your llletimii happi ness In I'm keeping of a inau who has a reputation of being a Title loose lu morale or In the keeping of a wuinau who dreses immodestly. Iteinemher that, whllo good looks aro a kludly gilt of Goti, wrinkles or accident may dcsfoll them. Iteinemher that Hvron was no more calibrated for hla beauty than for Ills depravity. Kemember that Absalom's hair was not mom tipleuilld than Ills hablls wero despicable. I 'car it! Hoar It! The only foundation for happy marriage tbut over has been or ever will lie Is good character. Ask the coiinsul of father and mother in Ibis most Important step of your lite. Tltev are good iidvlKur?. They are the best friends you over hud. They made more sacrifices !ur you thaa any one else over did. And let me say to those of you who am in huntiv married union, avoid tlrst quar rels; have no unexplained oorrnspoudence (ortner admirers; cultivate no rus WELLS TANNERY. Mr. David Uitohpy, of Six Milo Hun, accompanied by J. II. Grncey, mudo a ItUHinpHR trip to town. William Loo Woodcock, of Altoonti, ns assijjfnor' attended the sale of L. tjopA Co., on tho 22tl Inst, tninty rioinas Allen, of Chanibcrs- n ir ' to vouch luiiniist'd enila. 1 t'Hi'd bruin nnd hnrid n If nil 1. 1 on titirmdvcs, will look to him. rt . nothing depended on m", but all on Mm. U-t ua nc t count hctda when wo nr culled on to take dud's aide. Hla anl dleia nre always In the minority, but. If ho Is reckoned in. the minor. ty b. inniPH the mnjurlty. "They that b' with us arc more than they that be with Hum." ("hrlst'a men hnve no wrapona to wbdd tint the Rounding out from them rk from a trunutet. of the word of the Lord, and the light of a Christ Inn 1if. The llrat condition of a revlvnl of religion In fur Uod'H people to be in such a position that all tho honor will be given to Ootl, and not to the human InKtmniertnllty; though Hod uata th'j liisti tinii-r tullty. I'. K. (loapel Hymns. 29, 111. ::i.'. Ciwrel HynuiB. 1-4. 115. 175, 121, 351 nu, ific. Personal. Hon. I). II. 1'attf.uson, id quite sick at his homo nt Webster Milln. Miss Mattie Smith, of Mount Car rol, Illinois, who hail lnan visiting the family of Kx-ShcrlfT Slpes, left for liomo on Monday. Mil. W. R Stoutkagli: and little daughters Nettie and Mury, and neph ew Amos II. Stotiteatfle, all of this dace, siient a few days with tho fain- Dr. Hanks nt llnys Hill. Tliey ' Tuestlny. " McKlllllIN, the vetsa Wt'Mrcr.sbur"; .lournal, ' ' side of tlie IVORY SOAP .M,.r. St, 10.1. 10. ORIGIN OF THE TERM CADDIE. Golf THE PULPIT AND THE PEW. Minister Make the Conrrra1on and the Congregation the Minister. Between a minister and his congre gation there is an action and a reaction so that the minister makes the con gregation and the congregation the minister, says lan MacLaren in the Ladles' Home Journal. When one speaks of a minister's service to his people one is not thinking of pew rents and offertories and statistics and crowds; nor ot schools and guilds and classes and lectures. The master achievement of the minister Is to form character and to make men. The chief question, therefore, to consider about a mtnlxter's work Is: What kind of men has he made? And one, at least, of the most deci sive questions by which the members ef a congregation can be Judged Is: What have they made of their minis ter? By that one does not mean what salary they may give him, nor how agreeable they may be to him, but how far he has become a man and risen to his height in the atmosphere of his congregation. Some congregations have ruined ministers by harassing them till they lost heart and self-con trol aud became peevish and Ill-tern pered. Some congregations, again, have ruined ministers by so humoring and petting them that they could en dure no contradiction and became childish. That congregation has done its duty most effectively which has cre ated an atmosphere so genial, and yet so bracing, that every good in its min ister has been fostered and everything petty killed. MARKETS. rI.TIMOB, i FI.OTin- nnAin kti. Hslto. Host Pat CJOKN No. a White Oats Houtharn 4 Tenn.. ItVE No. a II A V r linb.A Tlmoth V. tlood to Prime " J (THAW live In, car ids. . W Wheat lllocks 6'M' Oatlllocks 600 rAKtr.n 0000a. fOMATOEB Btnd. No. 3, No. a PKAH Htandarda heconds C01IN Dry Pack Alolat niDKs. CITY STEERS City Cows t Willi plclons; In a moment of bad temper do not High Grade F.xtra rush out uud tell the neighbor": 1I0 not let WHEAT No, tiled. any of those gadabouts ol society unioan in your house tlmir bnggngo of gnb nnd tittle tattle; do not make it an Invariable rule to stund on your rights; leant bow to nf ologl.o; do not b ao proud or so stub boru or so devilish that you will not make up. Kemember thnt thu worst domestic misfortunes and 'most aoaudnlous dlvonm fluses started from littlo iiifullcltes. The whole piled up train of ten r'dl cars tele scoped and smashed nt the foot of an em bankment 100 foot down name to that mi tastrophe by getting two or throe Inchm oft tho track. Koine of the groatest domes tic mlHferttinos nnd thu widest rcsouudlug divorce cases have started from little mis understandings that were allowed to go on and go on until home .-ad respectability aud religion and iniiuortul poul went down in the crash. Fellow cltlKOUS as well na fellow Chris tians, let us hnvo a divine rugo t.ir.-ilnt.c anything that wars on tho marriage htatc. lilessnd Institution! Instead of vi nriiiM to light the battle of life, four; instead or two eyes to scrutinize tho path ot life, lour; Instead ot two shoulders to lift tlie Li'.rdeu of life, four; twice the energy, twice the courage, twico tho holy ambition, twice the probability ot worldly sun.-'oss, twice the prospects of heaven. Into thnt matri monial liowar (iod fetches two souls. Out side tho bower, room for all contentions, and all blckerlngi, unit nil oontroverstns. but Inside that bower there is room for only one guest the angl of lovu. Lot that angel stand at the floral doorwav of tills Kdenio bower with drawn B"or-.l t; hew down the worst foe of that I over oasy divorce. And for evory paradise lost may there bo a paradise rcgalub.'. And after wo quit our home here may we hnvo n brighter home in honvou; at the vIuOotm of which, this moment, aro fnii.illur fnooa watching for our arrival nnd wcndcriUK why ho ioup ?vt tarry. ' 40 25 Oil!.' 13 00 19 110 4 00 71 H 25 til 13 60 12 50 10 00 000 7 50 75 6 .140 t0 70 60 rOTATOKa 1KD VIOTt."a. rOTATOEH Ilurbanks. .1 ONIONS riiovision noo rrtonucTa-auui ('tear rlbsldes Hams Mess Pork, per bar j LAItU ('rude Jlest refluod ! BUTTE. ! PUTTER Fine Crmy.. .. Inixenlooa Explanation of Common Tins by Frank IloYd. To some, at least, of the unnumbered and Innumerable host of goners we question may have occurred at one time or another Whence rme the word "caddie"? Frank Eoyd, in his "Omitted Chapters In the History of Monlfleth," which he contributes to "Tho Book of Monlfleth Golf Links Ba- rar," offers an ingenious as well as highly amusing explanation of tae term. There was. he says, a Culdee, or "Keledel," establishment nt Monl fleth at one time, till the monks of Ar broath dispossessed the Culdees of their lands and made them their serv ants. One day it occurred to a monk, while having a game of golf, to mage the Keledel carry his clubs. He found this contributed greatly to his comfort. "The plan was adopted by the rest, of the monks, and henceforth they never went out without being accompanied by their Keledel. Now you know," continues Mr. Boyd, "that in tuese parts the practice Is to cut short words in which the letter '1' is used. A na tive, for instance, never says 'Balgray,' it Is always 'Dalgrle.' Thus It was natural that In the course of time tne T should drop out of the 'Keledel.' and It should come to sound like 'caydee,' and to this day this ls'how the word is pronounced by superfine Scotch youthB. In the strong Forfarshire vernacular it was, however, broadened out to 'cad die.' " As a matter of fact, the origin of the teim "caddie" does not appear to have ever been satisfactorily explained Jamieson, who defines caddie as one who earns a livelihood by running er rands, delivering messages, and so on, expresses the opinion that tho term was originally the same with the French cadet, which, as he remarks, Is sometimes used to denote a young per son tn reneral. Dr. Murray, in his colossal work, holds the same view but how the word came to be employed to denote tho lad who carries a play er's golf clubs has still to be elucidated. Literature. How a 8ra ioll Catches a Mote, A farm manager at Fcdderty, Dins wall, Scotland, watching a mole catcher at work, eaw sea gulls hovering over, and occasionally alighting upon a tur nip field, in which the observer and others were at work. A particularly large and handsome bird attracted his attention by the graceful way In which it floated slowly over the drills, in tently scanning the surface of the ground. Suddenly, steadying Itself e moment, it dropped, dug its bill Into the ground, and rose with a mole for its prey. Renting a few minutes, it gracefully began again a further search for prey. In a few minutes a second mole was unearthed. Gi'.ortuK Frakkh, ono of tho inem Imts of tlio hustling lumber firm of Frukcr Hrothers, I-'ort Littleton, was down at Webster Mills, Monday. Mu. and Mns. 1'kter Kiric left Monday inornlnp; for Philadelphia where tbey will select their fall (roods and ,sco the wonders of tbo exposition. Mus. ciko. W. Skylar and Miss Mamik McDoNOl'dH, of Hancock, Md., were visitors toourtownon Mon day. A. U. N'ack, our enterprising; mer chant 'tailor, left for I'liiladalphia thin mornlno; to add to bis atock all tho very lutest thing's in cloths: and men' furnishings generally. Prof, and Mrs. J. 13. Uunyan, and their two children, HussoU and Jose phine, visited in Shlpitensburp; during the past week. Mr. F.ujaii H. Clink, of St. Purls, ' ' but formerly of this county, is , "'ork V ity this week. IIo ex- present llbras tho big Dewey parade lho way, I Kits nrrrnsnently ctir v,.nue houses aro nefs alter nrsi nay a use wo notice Nerve HcMorer. trial hnttt to 400, Olid Ml. K. H. KUMP, I.U1., Wtl Aly thut j,,.. lien. lira win set as tnarsna. ,.nt tin fj parade at WaahliiKtun, 1). C To Car C-imstlpotlon forever TaWe Owcareta I unUv Cathartic lOoorSMk Vl C. O. C. fall 10 cure, druawiau refund nose The new director of the 8t. Petersburg Li brary la l.leutenant-Ueneral Mchilder. Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Synipfor children It rthl UK.ntt tena tlie git in a. reducing inflaroraa-, tlun, alia) a ilu. cures w lull oolo.tf. a buttle, ' Mra. TYannea Hodgson Hornet will returr to the United States In October. B4ncsteYoar Bowels With Ce-acery. Candv Cathartic, eare eonatlpatloa fo lOe, tto. It a O. O. tU. drugaiaia retuna ari - Lad v Jane t'arew la the only tit'-10 arlan In Ureal Britain. , V. I . m many btetl to Wholesale Prices i me to Ills Thsr U ao 1 kould par r anything ot . ,M ti-rvtliitii 1 wno was and HSli at F.li.tt J. Sut- on Uuitrunttrd Bny'jy, rfrjlblnl ou rat. II tells abrilt all ori 111 nuni-m. tnral lmplfmatn, all torti a ol Vrhlclaa and. In (ai t, V FTenthih ni'riit IriiBli- . tlv. llnata, atm I.IVV am trala. With thla book tn vniir poafiirliin mi can avo from 411 IMir ctnt. to M per rnit. on jour ypatly uirrha-c4. you an buy ih-apfr than your loi-al rlcalrr. Ilnr 51 ytara ul mrriliatifb-liif ha mada tlii iitmp "Hlnr" on Mil arlble rorr-tprnd to tlia sterling uiaik ou allftr. Iihrea to 1 a H pait I yrhb'h la fl-sttttO that write fur It. rY.MTtlilnn )1 in bud hutuc, tveryi was ill returned ITPSJ.- a largo V that are '4 'poneu up. ''MILIJi'.R. 9flc. fn , . Freight Vtal.l, havo A 1. ... UTHOnnAPIIKfl v4S1I,mK m u 1:41 A l.oti vx Cntha 0'l.1 IX X ATM a"la AM) KXOt'lxl 1 K Me. Kl j.iint'v trim ri.tTtY nd A TTACHKD. A HK i.i SO A.' I 'A H!'K TS UK a" AO HKK jf IHKIUIIT lllhl'.lin: VI.OTh I XII KXPRKSMKIt MSA.. i:mtv win: he cimmkm f mv&icai. ix.rnrui:xr aaat BlvrCLKS ALSO FIIKX. Which book sliall we send you? Address thla wuy: JULIUS MNES& SON BALTIMORE, MD. Dept. 21 X A'lii, TV. U I3 AO. It AiuaavU lUe Cuixiua. "I was on the detail for street cleaning In Santiago," said the vol unteer sergeant, "and I had four carts and a lot of Cubans under me in my district. All they had to do was to rake the refuse into heaps and load the carts, and that seems simple enough for a born idiot. The way they went to work knocked me out. Instead of driving the cart from heap to heap they shoveled the heaps along for half a mile until they had reached the cart. I lot each gang do this way once, and then made the cart drive from heap to heap, and showed them that they had wasted four-fifths of their time. When they understood they stared in open-mouthed admira tion and exclaimed: "Ah! such peo ple such Americanos! It is no wonder that Cuba Is to be free!" EntxurKineD- "Do you think, professor," said the musically ambitious youth, "that I can ever do anything with my voice?" "Well," was the cautious reply. "It may come in handy to shout with In case ot nre." Tlt-BtU. Under Fine Creamery ltolla rnr.isav CIIEERE N. Y. Fanoy...f N. Y. Flats ttkiiu Cheese roos. E008 Plate North Carolina UTS roCLTBt CniCKENfl iucks, per lb tokaooo. TOBACCO Md. Infer's.. Bound common Middling Fancy II VI STOOK. PV VPHeat Deevea 4 20 811 KEP aa fA 40 60 65 . " aV U LJ VI Xavat M ?17 IS IS 10!,' 9 151 9 8 0 0) JOJJ Hogs. MTJBKRAT... Kaocoon lied Fox bktiuk Block.. Opossum Mink Otter t 60 DO 9 11 10 4 60 7 00 120) 470 4 75 6 10 HIW TOBS rtOUn Bouthern 8 85 WHEAT No.U Ued BYK WeaWrni COHN No. i. OAT8 No. 8.1...., bU'lTEH Stnfe.... KOOtl Htate.. A, CUEEBE ttttat i::::::::: 1LAOKLPH14. L. 10 9 U 40 5 )00 v K0 u s SO (00 8 85 A 4 20 n my 6i M U 8U U7 S7 15 1 17 , 18 11 li r nxt t3nk l WHF.AT No. aid. i;uhn no. o.. uurfKii tOQH l'eiuVa ft - 8 85 4 6tf 87 7 81 It 4 30 7o 87 X An 'Jl 11 I'WlNeHESTi sj Send your name and address on a g postal, and we will send you our 1 50- j (i page illustrated catalogue free. 9 WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. 176 Wlnchtitar Avanua, Htm Htn, Ceaa. 5 Ranches, I Mines and Orchards Look at vourselfl I your face covered with pimples? Tour skin rough and blotchy? It's your liver I Ayer Fills aro liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, and dyspepsia. 25c. All druggists. Want your iimualiii lia or ba.ril a beautiful lirnwn or rtrli lilsi-k T Then uae tne ilskera BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Ivi "Itlywlfe bad plmplee on her fare, but the has beeu taklnii CASOAKKTS and they have all disappeared. I bud been troubled wllb oonatliwiion lor some time, but after lat ins the nrKi Cascaret 1 have bud no trouble with tbla aliment. We cannot aiieak too blub ly of Cascareta." Kllitu Wautmsn. 6708 Uertnantono Ave., I'biladelpBta, Pa. CANDY I t CATMARTIG j VRAOf uas a ataiSTiasa . O Ar th basis of rrodnrllv walth In New Mexico, Arizona, California rttla and h tn on Ih rUlnR. Orll. liver, ropiwr, iro i enn oi id m niou a1 atm. Ltiex-tnut fruits nl Ruldtm (rain In lltn vtlUvt. Abitiile.at !. A hlu euiii iut Mr rywhen. A slew T Make Money In Write f. r fr pamplilata and fnforma- lion a.,oul Uuiu.aiMkwa' nurloB A ra.ea. V Addraas E. V. Hl llNKTT, O. E. P. At, Tt Atohiion, Topaka k Banta T Kallwiy, f TT aaOADWAV, NIWVOK, N. V. 0 Plaaaant. Palatabia. I oiont. Tat Gtwid. Do Ouud. Ker Hlukaa. Waaki u or (irl.. llw, lUi.tasi. ... CURS CONSTIPATION. ... Aiarlh UtmtAf eaasuf, tSKa, HaatMl. m. a KO-TO-tUC old and inaranKMI bt all dnt fi.w to tlllt IWaeoo UaUk W. L. DOUGLAS $3&$3.50 SHOES Worth 14 to M ooatparedaitla Other ataku. Indorsed by over s,ooo,uoO weurera. ALLLIATHEHS. ALL STYLES VMS bSMi;tHK ha W. 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