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OF SPAIN. , PB,ME MINISTER OP THE OLAR. w - . . ikt Brle-btaet. Ablee I" ....iwtnal Mpporter of M Idea la the World oit' . ENOR Antonio Cunova del Cas tillo, the prime minister of Spain, who apologized to United States Min ister Taylor for the hostile demonstra tion of the mob at Barcelona, Is , one of the most emi nent literary men . .oti,iP heln a really good rfEwin Since he formed his minis- nat Turin h has earned VJlrom tbe Spanish people. It was ?ra,w '..h, ordered Coneas, the rraDhcr, to apologize to MlnlBter .t0rap iv for having spoken Siy or Unltcd states nnd " m by D' oruei . 7 i,ni of police were put Into service to S-rentany serious attack on the lega le of the United States. All this was Uhtul and wise. And now comes . r.,nnv0i tn anoloclze for the at- uck on the consulate at Barcelona, -v. ,m,r was born In 1830, and his oublle life bogan In 1851. when he le- case editor oi mt - Ij-erbewas named deputy for Malaga, ..j vr,o hnn in the cortes ever since that time. He has had 6ome diplomatic eiperience. In 1S56 he was charge i affaires at Rome. He It was who was largely concerned In drawing up tho concordat between Spain and the holy He has been in turn uovcruur ui r,Mr director ceneral of the adminis tration and under secretary of state for tbf lntorlor. In 1864 te queen called him to the ministry, and be was minis ter of finance and of tbe colonies. Pass ing through the revolution, bis greatest triumph was to uphold legitimate and constitutional monarchy in the con- r.rt nK5Pml.lv of 1SCS In the face of triumphant revolution. For this he ha9 become the supreme director of the Allonslst party, and his honors in that capacity hav been sumcient io inane ... cmnit hiRtnrv In themselves. In (plte of extraordinarily busy public and political life he has found time to write numerous books on moral ana pouucai iclence. which have placed him In the fnfrnnt of the urof oundest thinkers of Europe and have won for him largo honors from several continental mon arch Take him all around Secor SENOR CANOVAS. Canovns Is one of the brightest, ablest, most intellectual supporters of the fficnarchlal idea In the world to-day. Aneodjt of fcyriney Smith. In tie book of remlnscences Mr. Butty Kingston relates this pleasant atory of Sydney Smith: One of the Institutions of Combe Florey was a handsome china bowl half Cl'.ed with colored waters, such as were ttn In general use for closing letters, and placed In the center of Svdney Smith's huge wilting table Just behind presentation" Inkstand of massive allver, of which he spoke as his fount of Inspiration. On the evening after our arrival at the rectory, when bed time sounded for me, and I went up to the dear old man to bid him rood algbt, he took me between v'i knees, flrew the bowl toward him and, pick ing out a white wafer. Dressed It hard opon my forehead, saying: While you stay with us In this wa "ry night I shall signalize your con duct during the day. Absolutely Ir reproachable behavior will be rewarded rr a white wafer. Any trivial misde meanor will be eentlv hlntArt at hv tolored wafer. A black arr will mean that you hflvn Anna mmfthlnr ttally wrong and that I am displeased ith you. Now go to bed, my dear ttild, sleep well, and If you must dream i ie or white wafers." Harney (lot Even. Many ycar8 BC0 jjarney Darnato Kited a little house In one of the fron tier towns of South Africa. Barney Pnt considerable In Improving the Me, but he quarreled with his land ed and decided to move. By Inserting , "Mowing advertisement In the al paper, the prospective million J're In some measure got even with hi jwiord: "Wanted, by a gentleman ao agreed to leave dwelling occupied it fS ,n conditln In which be found ".100,000 lively black beetles." Then flowed Carney's name and address. cn Francisco Argonaut. Mr. Leland Stanford. fitm, POitra't of Mrs. !5 h0 rccent,y ' I. eland suit ut In ord Is r from tu Z?. ".""".wo". Mrs. :v Ca.r! ?.Woi.the lte Sonru lie has PtIa"?en3tlnK rge sums of money In L.vnVAS m m'Mr THE LOUD B.'LU, FbU Tit of th UIU t Arnaad Broad. CUm Mult Mattar Law. There Is now before congress a bill to amend the postal laws which Is meet ing with some disfavor among publish ers of country newspapers. The full text of the bill Is as follows: De It enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America In congrfbs am-mbled, That mailable matter of the second class shall embrace all newspapers and other periodical publication which are Issued at stated intervals, and as fre quently as four times a year, and are within the eonditlous named In sec tions thre and four of this act: Pro vided, That nothing herein contained shall be sj construed as to admit to the recond class rate publications purport ing to be issued periodically and to subscribers, but which are merely books or reprints of books, whether they be Issued complete or In parts, whether they be bound or unbound, whether they be sold by subscription or otherwise, or whether they purport to be premiums or supplements or purts of regular newspapers or period icals. Sec. 2. That publications of the sec ond class, except as provided In sec tion twenty-five of the act of March third, eighteen hundred and seventy nine, when sent b ythe publisher there of, and lrom the office of publication, excluding sample copies, or when sent from a news agency to actual feub scrlbers thereto, or to other news agents, shall be entitled to transmis sion through tn mails at one cent a pound or fraction thereof, such post age to be prepaid, a 3 now provided by law: Provided, nevertheless, That news agents shall not be allowed to re turn to news agents or publishers at the pound rate unsold periodical pub lications, but shal pay postage on the fcame at the rate of one cent for four ounces. Sec. 3. That all periodical publica tions regularly Issued from a known place of publication at stated Inter vals as frequently as four times a year, by or under the auspices of benevolent or fraternal societies, trades unions, or orders organized under the lodge sys tem, and having a bona fide member ship of not less than one thousand per sons, shall be entitled to the privilege of second class mail matter: Provided, That such matter shall be originated and published to further tbe objects and purposes of such society or order. Sec. 4. That the conditions upon which a publication shall be admitted to the second class are ns follows: First. It must regularly be issued at stated intervals a3 frequently ns tour times a year, bear a date of Issue, and be numbered consecutively. Second! It must be issued from a known office of publication, which fball be shown by the publcation Itself. Third. It must be formed of printed paper sheets without board, cloth, leather or other substantial binding, such as distinguish printed books from preservation from periodical publica tions. Fourth. It must be originated and published for the dissemination of in formation of a public character, or de voted to literature, the sciences, arts, or some special Industry, an 1 must have a legitimate list of subscribers who vol untarily order and pay for the same: Provided. That noting herein contained shall be so construed as to admit to the second class rate regular publica tions nr nnv navicular issue of any reguar publication, designed primarily for advertising purposes, or for free circulation, or for circulation at nom inal rates: And provided, That all ex tra numbers of second class publica tions sent by the publisher thereof, acting as the agent of an advertiser or purchaser, to addresses furnised by the latter, shall be subject to pay postage at the rate of one cent for every four ounces or fraction thereof; And pro vided further, That it shall not be per missible to mail any given article or articles, or any part o any particular number of a newspaper or periodical, segregated from the rest of the publi cation, except at the third rate cation, except at the third class rato of postage. Sec 5. That publishers and others. whoe publications shall be admitted as mall matter of the second class un der tbe provisions of this act. shall be required, before depositing such mail matter in the postofflcr, to separate the same Into United States mail sacks or bundles by States, cities, towns and counties, as the postmaster-geneial may direct. m . Sec 6 That the act of congress In regard to second class ail matter ap proved July fifteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, be, and the same is and be In force from and aft r JalJ first, eighteen hundred and ninet)-slx. DIorc. If the relations of man and wife were .uchasthey ought to be. divorce would le unknown. To prevent .ration and divorce true love must be given a new and practical formula when the JoTelty subsides. Instead of Ice cream and caramel, let it take the form cl bread, butter and meat-Rev. AV. W. Morton. THEIR FAVORITES. Emlle Zola likes best "Pot-Boullle." Stanley Weyman says he consider! he "Gentleman of France " hli strong- e6Roberrt Louis Stevenson's favorites were two parti of David Balfour'i ad- " Maa'ret Deland prefers , 'Thillf . and Ills Wife" to her "John Ward, preacher." , Marlon Crawford's preference la a aurprlsc. He rates "Zoroaster" above nil his later works. Archibald Covering Gunter consld ,ra "That Frenchman" his strongest work and It 1" also his favorite. William Dean Howells thinks "A Modern Instance" his Wrongest book. lut likes "Indian Summer" better. EHzaboth Stuart Phelps Ward like, .Th.CryofAvls"best. though 'ates Alar" rather divides her affection Will Carleton lovs his "Farm Fes tivals" and "City Pallads" best, be ause they-PP-l most to the heart Mrs Frances Durnett ra that -Through One Administration Is her strongest work, but she lovca "Little i Lord Fauntleroy" test OUR MAN AT MADRID. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF MINISTER TAYLOR. A Tary Laaraad O.nlUmaa and lUpr. aaatatlta Cltliaa of tha Boutblaad CIUd tba Rpaalard. to lima la Vary I'rompt Manner, T T ANN1S TAYLOR. the American mln- I later at Madrid. Or A &r? I who narrowIy es pirt", caped being mobbed ?fcrvir$siut by a crowd of en- , raged Spaniards when the senates action on Cuba was made known In Spain, la a man of i extreme determina tion and of a highly strung nature. He la a rplendid representative of those Americans who believe In resenting promptly and plenteously the slightest insult to national honor. It was through his quick action that the scien tist Concas, who reviled Americans In a public address a few days ago, was forced to apologize. Mr. Taylor Is a native of North Carolina, nnd Is 43 years old. At a very early age he moved to Alabama. In Mobil he rose to eminence In the practice of law. His argument before the United States su preme court several years ago on the constitutionality of the anti-lottery law won much praise from the legal profession. It was read carefully by Senator Morgan and so favorably did It Impress that statesman that he recom mended to Mr. Blaine, who was secre tary of state, the appointment of Mr. Taylor In the arbitration of tbe Bering Sea matter. Colonel W. C. Oates, Gov ernor of Alabama, commended Mr. Tay lor to the President for the Spanish mission, and he was appointed to this post on April 6, 1893. Governor Oates was then a congressman. Mr. Taylor has the highest legal culture. He wrote ."The Origin and Growth cf the English Constitution," and It Is used In many colleges and universities as a text-book. His fine knowledge of international law especially fits him for the place he holds. He has done very good diplo matic work since bis mission to Spain 1IANNIS began. His prompt and vigorous pro test In the Concas matter caused so-ne adverse comment In this country, but his friends here contend that he had legal warrant for It. and point to Con cas' apology as a vindication of their opinion. m He 11 roof ht Defeat to Italy. ! General Baratlerl, lately recalled from the command of the Italian forces in Abysslnnla, met a chilly reception nn his return to the eternal city. When the general visited Rome last summer he was lionized. Public honors were heaped on him. On returning to the field of operations last year Baratlerl was full of hope and confidence, but the task set for him was a difficult one, and tho disasters he met with were Inevi table. He had an array of 23,000 men. The king's forces were almost ten times ns large. For defeat, however, no ex cuses are accepted. The newspapers of Rome now charge the military with gross neglect and incompetency. General iiaiaisBera. uu uao amuureu GEN. BARATIERI. the command of Humbert's African forces, was on the field before his pre decessor's recall. liar Hrc tha lUgft. Dr. M. W. Stryker, President of Ham ilton College, told this story the other day in an address before the New York Hardware club: "The braggart spirit anywhere Is absurd. Some little school eirls (It Is chronicled of Chicago) were discussing their clothes. 'I've a lovely new dress,' said one, 'and I am going to wear it to church next Sunday.' Poohl said another. 'I've a new bat; and Tm going to wear It evry day. Well.' said a third, 'I've got kvl dis ease, anyway V" DO. Alk EVPEROR MENEL1K. Tba Ruler of fcboa and Abjutnla and "Klaf of Klnga." Menellk II., Emperor of Shoa and Abyssinia, King of Kings In all Africa and monarch of Ethopla, Is the man who Is causing all tbe trouble to Italy by not allowing that country to "pro tect" him. Menellk has an Idea that he la thoroughly capable of protecting himself and proposes to do It on his own ground rather than trade off all hlo real estate for "protection" of the European kind. This great ruler Is. perhaps, the most Interesting monarch In all the world. He claims to be a line descendant of the famous Queen of Sheba and that his realms are the famous Ophir of the scriptures. What ever value may be In that claim. It Is true that Menellk has the old-time Idea cf how to be a king. He has been able to teach a great European power a les Eon which It will never forget. He has caused all the big ministers of state and potentates in Europe to open their eyes very wide and to realize that 1n him they have a real king to play with. Menelik Is certainly a surprise to the King of Italy, and it le said that he will MENELIK IX. be the most Important man In the game of chess which the European powers are ever playing. He was born In IMS in his father' kingdom of Shoa, His mother was a beggar whom the king took a fancy to and married. He ruled In Shoa after having spent his youth In all sorts of wild adventures, and when King John of Abyssinia died In 1SS9 Menellk marched to Abyssinia, had himself crowned Emperor of Abyssinia TAYLOR. and Shoa and proclaimed himself King of Kings. He was enabled to do this with Italian Interference, but he later flung aside this alliance because, as he said. Italy desired to absorb his king dom. The country he rules is very rich In gold, luxuriant In vegetation and in every way a desirable place. Its popu lation Is 3,000,000. Cyrua Flald'a Advlra to Garrett. When young Bob Garrett took It upon himself to run the earth, after be became president of the Baltimore ft Ohio, he started the Baltimore ft Ohio sleeping car system, the Baltimore ft Ohio Express company and the Balti more ft Ohio Telegraph company. One day he ran across Cyrus Field In New York, and the old financier took him In hand. "Robert," he said, "your father and I were friends during his lifetime, and I don't want to see you ruin the great property he built up. But you are starting out well to do it. No man in the world can do what you have started out to do, fight the Pennsyl vania railroad with your railroad, fight the Western Union Telegraph company with your telegraph company, fight Pullman's Palace Car company with your sleeping car company, and the Adams Express company with your ex press company. My boy"laying his hand affectionately on Bob's shoulder "you are going to ruin yourself. No one concern can hope to make a suc cessful fight against four such corpora tions as those; they will wreck you!" Irnoranra of French New paper. The average English newspaper man does not know much about the United States, but his knowledge is encyclo paedic compared with that of his French brother. The Libre Parole, a Paris paper, remarks that Spain re pulsed Bismarck, and certainly "will not retreat before Sherman, tbe broth er of the slayer of tbe Colorado Indi ana." The flaying of the Colorado In dians Is not mentioned by history as among tho exploits of the late Gen. Sherman. In fact. Gen. Sherman laid no claim to being an Indian slayer. He once Bald that If the army killed half as many Indians as the New York Herald, there would not be enough of them left to go round. The Paris edit or's thrust at Gen. Sherman is almost equal to Victor Hugo's hatred of Gen. Grant as the "executioner of John Brown." Boston Transcript. A gentleman in Lake Park, Iowa, baa recently distinguished himself by drinking one case twenty-four bottles of "pop" within one hour. The able liar who recorded the feat says nothlnf about the funeral Paralysis Follows Bloodlessness and Nervous Prostration. A PATIENT WOMAN AFFLICTED FOR YEARS. Iba Telia flow at I-t Kba Wu rema nent ly Cured. From tta Vrefca, New Vcrii City. For more than tftwn yeirs, Mrs. A. Mather, who live at No. 4a Khfct One huc dred atid twelfth Street, New York, was a ufferer from anvuia. which, in spite of the treatment of physicians, gradually de vered into nervous prostration ur.lil finally n.arked ayir.ptom cf paralysi set in. Mrs. Mather gladly gave the reporter her exjerience. "For inany years." Mrs. Mather said, "I was a constant sufferer from nervousness. It was about fcfteen years ugo that inv con dition bepan to rrow worst. Norn I be came so affected that I was prostrated and. until about two years a?o, was a art of the time unable to leave my bed. Itri ployed several physicians from time to time, my bills at the druv store Jor pre scriptions, sometimes, an.oucting to ns much as tSOamoiith, but all the doctors did for me did not seem to help ine at a.l. My blood became preatly imxivcrished and after years of buffering 1 was threatened with paralysis. "When I walked I could scarcely drag tny feet a'.onjrnnd at times iny knees would rive away so that I would almost fall down, reeling that doctors could not help me 1 Lad little hope of recovery, until one day I read iu a newspaper how a erson, afflicted almost the same hs 1 was, had bee n cured bv Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills lor I'a'.o poo pie. I purchased a box and be (ran taking the nills. The. effect of this first box pleased me so much that 1 bought anoiher. Heforn 1 had taken ait the pills in the first box I bepan to experience relief and, after the third box hud been used, 1 was practically cured. It was really surprising what a speedy and pronounced effect the medicine had upon me. "1 always keep Dr. Williams' Pink Pills In the houne now, and when I feel unv symptoms of nervousness lind that they give me certain relief." Mrs..Mathcrs daughter, Miss Anna, cor roborated her mother's account, nnd told how she herself had been cured of chronic Indigestion by these pills; and how, too, her cousin had been cured of aiia tiilu. Dr. Williams l'ink Pills contain, in a condensed form, all the elements necessary to rive new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as upprcsbion , irregulari ties and all forms of weakness. They build up the blood, and restore the glow of health to pale and sallow cheeks. In men they effect a radical cure in all cases arising from mental worry, overwork or excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never In loose bulk) at Wle. a box or six boxes for tl.LO, and may be had cf all drupgists, or direct by mail from Dr. Wil liams' Med. Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Mexico's Iiefenilva Forres. The regular army of Mexico com prises 27,000 men of all arms, Including a police of about 2,000 men and a gen darmerle of 250. The navy consists of two small unarmed vessels and three gun boats. The annual expenditure on account of army and navy is from $12,- C00.000 to 115,000,000. For St. 1'anl and Minneapolis. The "North-Western Limited." sump tuously equipped with buffet, smoking and library cars, regular and compart ment Bleeping cars, and luxurious din ing cars, leaves Chicago via the North- Western line (Chicago & North-western railway) at 6:30 p. m. dally, and arrives at destination early the following morn Ine. All principal ticket agents sell tickets via this popular route. An Kaay Matter. Simmons "How in the world do you get yourself Into the proper frame of mind to write those pessimistic poems Tlrumlns "I use a fountain pen." Indianapolis Journal. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the ropny phys ical Ills which vanish lefore proper ef forts gentle e fTorts pi ea san t e fforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of frlckness are not due to 8ny actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the svstem, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Pips, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the onlj remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed bo highly by all who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it Is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all Important, in order to pet its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the renuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Pip yrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druppists. If in the enjoyment of pooa health, and the system is repular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Pyrup of Fip stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Tha Creaw BLADDER CURE. faf 1 AdvkrhBi.tiktfre. Or. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Remember! You are wasting money when you buy cheap binding instead of the best, Remember there is no "just as good " when the merchant urges something else for & a"w Tiias Velveteen Skirt IMndlnp. Lock jor S. M. & M.," cn the LcUl, and take no other. II your dealer will not supply you we will. Send tcr ttmclet trowing Uhett and mterl!a, tclha S. H. Un. Co.. P. O. b 99. Nt w Yerk City Tbtre are 13,000 differ nv. kinds of postage rttrrps In the world. 1 never uted o quick a cure piso's Pure for Consumption. J. B. Palmar, bvx 1171, Hcattle, ath . Nov. !, Tblrty-five per cent of the graduates from cur women's colleges marry. If the Haby U f nttlut; Teeth. r t.r .nl ue tl.t eld antl well Ir.ed ren.ert. tlaa, Uimuiw'i tkiOTiiiNU Mm r for t'Mliirrn lecibiug. Many a man exhausts bimrelf doing up-hill work afur he has reached the top. Degeman'a Camphor Ire with Ulyeerln. i.rea l.(rel liunu. Mid Ifwlrr or Mji tcet, CUlbiaJl., I I in. Ac C U. CWrk Co.. Hvu. It. When do the teeth usurp the tongue's prerogathe? Wltn they are chatter ing. FITS -Atl"rii-,Ui'ifre lr. KI1ne'nre Mr Kefciorrr. .s t niti- ti. bin u. Vtrtpwuii'dir,. T-ai i.-ki..i f-'lriii. In- t f IllMO. ktbU lOUI. kllli.Hol A I tlill.,1 U,l . If all the I.oufies In England were placed side by side they would cover a rpace of 450 square rr.ile. Good reasons why vou sou'd use Kinder 'orns. It takra but tt r t kirl t it n Ur Kt tio l ecu f Tt, .urr.y I. IV. kt ilruif When a tr.ake has gorged Pself with a largo n.eal, its -kin in vo stretched that the scales are fome distance opart. Every do!!?r $rert m Pfcrke's Ginjrtr Tonic l ll luteie(t. U m.'.mIi.m hi. utiil I T.ngt lllr dllterlloli, brlUr ttrrlirftll tli'l I tltci !. ti.. Hard at It. Mrs. A. I'm unpriced that your hus band earr.s wi little if he works as hard as you fay. What dees he do? Mrs. 11. The laK thing he did was to calculate how many times a tlo' k ticked In the ccurte of a thousand years. Philadelphia Inquirer. lien-are of Ointment for Catarrh Tbat Contain Mercury, As mercury will rarely destroy the sense :' finell and completely deraiiga the wliole system when enterir-e it through the :nu- ous surface. Fucli ar ticles should never be u?ed except on preserltliins from reputable physi cians, us the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you c an possibly d( rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by V. J. Cher. y & Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is takn Internally, actlr.jf directly upon the Hood and niucou surfas of the sys tem. In buying Hall s Catarrh Cure, be sure you get the F-nulii. It is taken In ternally, and niiide In Tolfda. Ohio, by y. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists; pile. 7ic per bot tle. Hall s Kan.lly Pills, lie. What "Houli" Sienna. The word "bosh" is simply the Turk ish far nothing, and came into England about the time of itv Crimean war. Tbe nervous yftem U weakened by tba Neuralgia Tortur Eery nerve Is trenjthened In Al ARASTIUF 5. rihmlUsJ i 1 t or mis by Paint netiers i.vsrywnere. x r.TleMl,liriea7.!,ho.T7.rI ZBZZ Tint Card sl.nwir.ir 1i (le;ral,le tlnti. f.W A lut-astlne f iihirehe h, "."i.,a reootrr 1111.1. k"iveiMr H.k t tree tn ariv one men' ton i lit? -t bi jrlr. A f lM,tr.nn.. thrive." A I. A It AHTI V I . CO. 4.rdn1 JtupidM. SI Mil. f For sals Chosen by the Government STANDARD OF THE WORLD The experts who made the choice decided that Columbias were worth every dollar of the $100 asked for them. If YOU are willing to pay $f 00 for a bicycle, why be content with any thing but a Columbia? . Tbe handsome Art Catalogue that tells of Columbia and Hartford bicycles is free from any Columbia agent by mail for two 2-ctnt ataxnpt POPE MANUFACTURING CO., HARTFORD, CONN. Branch Etorea and Agenclea In almost every elty and town. If Columbia are not properly represented In your vicinity, let ua know. h iiii TV l II i mm . r! l . . . " " rl M M 1 t 1 i M 11 11 FIELD AND HOC FENCE WIRE. CO, P3, C, PO. or B8 Inchea hiph. Quality and workmanship thai bJrt.i Nothing on the market to compeira with U. Write for full Infortnauioii. UNION TENCE COMPANY." DE KALB. ILL. a I HAIR BALSAM CleutM sad twutifr the balk fnnirf hxurui.t rruwttv Never Taile to heelore Oea Hair to Its Youthful Color. LklM rti1 1 . a h.iT u.uua. PATENTSJRADE MARKS fiamlDatton and Advice a. tn rrentaM!lty of Tn. Vent Ion, Send fr "In.entxrV tfnMe, nr How to Oeta 1 auo- 1 ATKK U. O FAKK-X.U VYlstoa, U U I KViHJ .lint Ml ll Bert Cuhty run. TaMeatiuoOi VM -vtti.nwM.v HOW TO MAKE tSOO YEARLY PROFIT WITH 12 HENS. We hare received from tbe publish ing bouse of A. Corbett & Co. Hlble House, New York, a book bearing tbe above significant title by A. Corbett, professor of galllnoculture science. Prof. Corbett has made a life studv of poultry and poultry raising and I has applied a natural way of artificial incubation without the use of lamo hot water or electricity. The method Is strongly Indorsed by leading Jour nals, scientific men and exhibitors. Under the Weather. That is the common Spring complaint. You feel "logy," dull. Your appetite la poor. Nothing tastes good. You don't sleep well. Work drags. You cross every bridge before you come to it. There's lots of people have felt like you until they toned up the system by taking tho great epring remedy Ayer's Sarsaparilla It's been curing euch cases for 60 years. Try it yourself. 6cnd for the "CuTehook." too pages free. J. C. Aver Co.. Lowell, Mf. W. N. U. CHICAGO. VOL. XI. NO. 13 When AnswertT? Advertisements Kindly Mention this Paor. the cure of It by s. t t j rt t ) ALABASTINE. IT WON'T RUB OFF. Wall raper I 1'nwnltHrv. siOUF. fH Ti:JirHAKV, ItOTm, Jtlit OVt' AMI ht AUX Is a rur-e. pennanrr.t ami artlstia ull I'oauntr. ivaiir K.r u.e Driu-U I lit a ly minig in cold a&'.er. liy Paint Peeler I.verj where. The War Department proposes to test the bicycle thoroughly fcr army use, and recently advertised for proposals for furnishing five bicycles for the pur pose. Result : Bids from $50 to $35 each for other machines; our bid of $100 each for Columbias, their invari able price, o And the Government selected 1 iicycies "THE BEST OFFER YET" $5.00 FR S2.50 A Spltndld Camera With CompUti Outfit. Camera, flstev an J all mitrrial for tklnj en4 develirinK fitturen. The TrioiaWe Camera t made i t enile metal, etepantly finhed. sire 2S4 In, Take picture 2 In. nuar; piclurr with on filling t a cut! ( le than one cent eaih. Lveryonetan b their own photographer; tha eaiet rt all to cpertj an he carrird in the pocket, lor a ahort time only, w will keep thia ofterivpen. lite supply lira 'eJ. Outfit and Book ol Infraction Complete t'.a. Eipreae prrpald. The Revolving Camera Supply Ca tas La Sails Street, Chltato.