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. u;- 4 A.' 1 i!' I" 1 1 5 t" 1 I'rV CONNUmALlTICS. Harried life U rlmple. If the hin oantl will praifcc hia wife's diess, and Bho fecd3 him well, theio will bo no wthcr Adnma rreeman, Au Alabama judge Ins doclded that If a man puts hb arm around the waist of a marriageable woman It Is prima lido evldenco that he haa pro posed to hor In Corea an unmarried man Is treat ed .13 a boy, no matter how old ho la A youne married man of 20 la by Gorean :ustom entitled to bo treated aa a su perior by old bachelor of CO. Sen caics are reported In England luring the prs eat century where the br'dehaa been m.rrled to the beat man bj mistake Tro piper giving the In formation dees no; KtUo how matter' ,were lcmedled i Mr and Mrs Joseph Manuel, o' Kcnnobunlinort, Me, ce'Vorated theli diamond weiUlJnc ot TucsJaj, havinc been married scvcnty-Hve jeirs, a3 th town ieccnl3 cho V Fir Manuel ia 9-i years ot aga, an 1 his wife la two years Ills Junior. rlter In Paris says with startling frankness "I cannot conceive whs any ono should get married, dhorc hero haa made tho matrimonial tie sc lai " And we thought that sart of thing was confined to Chicago! "And you said Dodklns la iflarrled?" 'Yes ' "Why, I thought ho hadn't a "ent or money ' "tie hadn't But hea U right now The uce lady has any quantity of cs'i All he will havo to do now Is to clip tho coupons off the bonds of matrimony " Washington Star, The Rev Robert Collyer, formerly of Chicago, officiated tho other day at a wedding ceremony In Now York, from which tho word "obey" wis omitted bj common consent Ho explained after ward by eajlng women neer did obey, -despite their promises "Tho -very best woman In tho uorld promised to obey me," he said, "buthe never has Here's a Btoi y going the rounds of tho Croidvaj-(New York) hotels A bash ful benedict told the clcik before reg isteilng he was a newly-married man and a, stranger, and didn't know how to announce the fact of his arrival 1n town with his bride Tho clerk told him to put it down aa man and wife Ho did so, and registered aa "Man and "Wife, Beaver Falls, Pa " ' 4 I i I ' I- m r if ' HIS LIP GONE. THE DIREFUL EFFECTS OF CANCEH. A. Desperate Battle with tliia Terriblo .Disease, Lasting Thirty Tears. A Care Pound at !. fi.W.J?nii.77fl.V.'iHj-l'G Wr THERE ARE NO BORN NURSED. At Lc3t tliut Is tliuXerrtlct or a YVonnm o( I xcrlciiLr. A woman who Is a trained nurse, oc cupying, after yeara of practice, a su perior place in a London hospital, had been giving a course of lectures on her profession. Her flrt proposition at a recent talk was that there Is no such thing as a born nuree, the habtt of ob servation was a duty and the basis of nursing, which was an art only to bo learned by practice. Among some practical utterances of. tho Bpeaker "a ere; A sunny sick room, one that waa entered by tho sun once in twenty-four hours, Is desirable; patienta placed on ' tho south side in a hospital ward recov cr sooner, by from ten days to a fort night, than those on the north side. Plenty of light la beneficial, except in cases of brain disease. The less furni ture In the room tho better, and to keep it clean a damp duster should be used Instead of a dry one. The air must bo 3tept aa pure inside as outside, and there was little or no risk about having tho "window open, top and bottom, If the pa tient wero well covered, head Includ ed, and a good fire kept burning Night lr Is not Injurious, it ia purer in a city after 10 p m, than at any other time. The bed should neer be in a corner, but accessible fiom all points In fever and surgical caaea a "cradle" had sometimes to be used to keep off tho "weight of tho bedclothes, an impromptu cradle could bo mado out of a band-box j with tho bottom knocked out. Bed making waa the grammar and keystone of nursing; many regular nuraes could not make a good bed. It was important toactwlthdeclsion when tho time came, lor any office, and not to worry the pa tient by hesitation or talking of what "was to be done, to tread qulffly, but firmly, not on tip toa, and never to Tvhlsper to a third person. Every ef fort ought to be made to secure for the patient two hours' sleep before mid "night. Amateur nursoa often broke down through neglect to take food "when keeping watch through the night. ASSIST NATURE a little now and then in removing offend ing matter from the etornach and bowels and you thereby aold a multitude of distressing de raiisreueiiH nnd dis eases, and will have less frequent need oi your doctor s , service, , Of all known l agents for this pur I nose, Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the best. On co used, they nro nl- wnys in fntor 'iJio I'rllcts euro biliousness, sick and billoua head' ache, dizziness cos. theness, or censti. iMtion. sour stoni. ach, loss of appetite, coated tongue, iadi gestion, cr itjfpcp'-ia, windy belchlngs, T' heart burn," pirn ntid distress after eat ing and Undred dci m -emei.U of tho liver, stomach u d he Aj, ftWAlKKA Cll Safe Tberelsnot&moro f miliar figure on the street of Attan U than tbo man vrhoseplcture Is here hown Everybody knows Mm by Blglat nnd itwill b remtai bored tlmt jeanaRO lis began to we.tr un Ills UDtier lie. luit r''mWi'Sfll!Kl-lWII under his nose, a V?lfllWwi?ir VJn "nW P'-o "' court leaner, noi urj;ct lliari a sllrcr half dime j tills planter ho his worn con stant!) , though It gralmlly Increased ioa're.aa verj bodvknos, until l( vtaaasUrce as as.lter dollar lhii man Is M M Mchohon.wro re alties at tho cornerof Anilornon and Cumin Sts It was thirty jears aj,o, tluit ho tlrst rotlced a tiny scale, llko a piece of wher bran, on his Up He at Or st thoupht It o i!j a fuvcr blUter bat it was not lone before his Uireks fiotamo disease 1 and painful to the touch, mid he loon realized that ho had fillen a vUtlin to tliit most dread Tul and rolontless disease eincer It rapidly Increase 1 in size nnd severity, nnd remomler, log thftt his fathtrhad cancer w hen he died, and that his unile also lost his life by this terriblo dfteasQ uMch dUtroodhU tonztio, tliruit and left ijo, Mr Mcholson lecaino thnroughly itarmcd, and realized that his condition was more thin serious (living up rntiro'y his business, hs Trent to Cimhmitl and remained for scleral mouths under tioatmcnt f a celebrated specialist lie was afterwards trea'ed in Ehnlra New ork, whero llio cincei was twico tcmotcd, but bo de clares thnt death was preferable to such treat ment Tho diai! iso seemed to bo "bf a most ilru lent t)pe,nndthe doctors afforded absolutely no relief, tho cancer spreading all tho time, eating outentlrch thai partition in his nose, as well us his upper Up and gums "Some months aj-o," besaji, "I began to use S S S.thttigblaiJinit with little faith that it could euro mo, but to m mr prise, a few bottles uflouled sntne relief Thus encouraged, I do tenninmt phe the medkino a thorough trial, audit was not long before tbo progress of tho dhcato sofmed checked I continued th,a modi clue, and rcpiirkAbla as It may seem, I am rured xrnl feeJ Illto I have a new life I can talk more distinctly , for the llesli has t egun to grow bick iround my Uetli, where it has been literally eaten awaj P 3 8 is tho most wonderful rcmeUy In the svorld, and as my condition is prettv gcuurally knoiui, ever) body will agreo that tho euro Is indeed n most remarkable one S 9 8. has git en me a new hold on life, and I hall certainly ilng its pmlei tho remainder of oiy days." Atlanta (.nmtitutton. Or-itH l'iine tuaip Tho Uult'd Statoa consul general to Corea haa sent the state department onmnloa rtf fitiu tioatflirn nt.nmn lallil by Corea. It wtu not known that tho new jroveirmentln Coipahad adopted uch modern enterprise Consul bill Bays nothing concernlnjj-the movo e copt that the service has been ur- nnnl7ni1 iinrlAr ihn donui tmnnl. ft filth- Ho works, nnd Is in connection with tho telegraph service. He adds that the stumps wero made in Washing ton, D. (J., which is anothet surprise to the state department. Iha btampa aro green, blue, ted and pdiplo, and aro oi the value of 1, 2, A and 10 cents 'Jhoy boar the word "Corea" in Knglish characters uad havo t. thing1 llko a, cholera microbe in the middle. GIONS OF THE TIMES. Ilroko Her Inn. 1'ho fact that Mrs Samuel MeKoe ct Vlttsburg broke hor fan the other da) Is ihtonicled as a mlsfottune by tho Pittsburg Newspapers for tho leason tbut there is only ono othet fun like it in oxistouce, utid that id tho piopeity o( Mrs U. S. Giant. Vuch of the fans was the gift ot Min ister lilngham when he returned from Japan, and tho dlscovury of tho losemb'unie was mado whon the two ladles nfet at a reception in Plttsbutg on tho icturn of Gen. and Mrs. Giant from their tout' of the wot Id. 'J. ho funs at u of u delicately tianspatent tholl, beautifully decotuted in gold. A priest of a prominent chuich in Pails, 1 ranee, bHys that he will jj(u communion to no woman who presents herself at thu altur in bloomeis. Tlio I-Uli liar. The Illinois ll ah liar takes the cake. Ho te'egtaphs ftom hucon. 111, to a Chkuo pjper thusl . "'Lhe (Utliy watut in tnu Illinois ilverdrovoa luige school of Gorman carp into a fresh water stream tw o miles north oi Laton to-diij. A frog cuichor named Deyault dUcoeted them there, ob stt tiding mo jnouth of tho strcum, und wUh a pitchfork throw out on the bunk 6000 pounds of fish soi th 4 cent? a pound, 1 U Don t Jtufunn. ' I'otor Zimmerman haa been sen tenced to the ponltenUaty In Pennsyl vania for horfca stealing1, lie has ul- jeady spent 10 ears of bis life in prUon. J.M3 is his twellta sentonco. Slay bo So. llnntitntnna ttnr ilinf rr. ftnllmr o is by ull odds the safest placo to be luunu in u tuutiuur Btuna. j.ao wii;e aad trolloy pola serve as a perfect protection, and u cur has never jel been known to bo injaicd by light-nlnff Having riocpi( the Ontslderg Now They Flcnro Ono Another, It begins to look as if the gambling business on the board of trade was 9 Kilkinny cat flght. The gamblers in that den have fallen upon hard lines, and what anti-option, anti-gambling laws have failed to do, the logic of eeuts appears to be doing Thcro hai ben a fierce fight raging between the board and the eloator men and there are indications that tho elevators and not the option dealers will set tho price of grain The producer will not lose an thing on this change, though he may not be helped much, for the elea tor3 are aa accomplished In the wcrk oi fleecing tho farmer as the board of tttde gamblers are. An thing, how ever, that will abolish tho gambling methods of the board will bo welcome For a long tlrr.o those fellows havo been consuming themselves They havo not boon ablo to induce outsiders to Uusl their money to tho tender care of the operator on theWird, and consequent ly most of their business has been on tho dos-eat-dog plan The result ha? been that many of them, most of Miom, hac been severely pinched We hae kno'v several who havo become paupers, and moro aro pressing hard upon the vetge of bankruptcy. Hard times havo thus been of Borne benefit, and perhaps it may be said that the board Is doing moro legitimate busi ness proportionately than It has done for many oais Still thoro is room foi Improvement. It takes a vast deal of pdrlfying elements to clean up a thing that has been becoming foul for sev eral decades Farmers' Voice Tho Duke nml Duchcsd of orI . The ill health of bcth tho queen and the Pi lneo of Wales lends additional Jn terest to tho neve now discreetly ch culated in Mayfatr to the effect that the D.ichess of York is onco ngain to be tome a mother, it is believed nome time in June. She Is compelled to take great cato of herself, and is looking both wan and pinched, very unlike the smiling Princess May of pe-nuptial days The Princo of Wales 13 really far more seriously indisposed than has bcir: allowed to become known, and when ho left London for the Riviera was so run down, partly fiom tho ef fects of grip and partly from the after math of tho terrible fatigues he under went in Russia In connection with the tiresome obEoquIes of his brother-in-law the czar, that he was scarcely able to lolse his voice above a whisper. Moie ov,er, he has had a lecurrence of his old trouble, varicoso veins in his legs, which had to be bandaged several times a day, nnd prevent him from movies about with his usual activity. SCRAP. Tho Czar of Russia inherits his fath er's weakness for brass bands. Of the twentj -seven royal families of E irope two-thirds are of German ori gin. Milton wrs quiet and reserved in con versation, but thoroughly refined and well bred The agricultural department places the annual losa caused by weeds at $10,000,000. Mrs SIddons was large, with very striking features, and an air of great personal dignity. The dignified Charles Francis Adams bowling along on a bicycle is ono of the Bights of Do3ten. According to Dr. Kukula, there Rre 113 universities In the world, with 157,513 students. Berlin, with 7,771 Btudents, is the largest, and Urblno, with seventy-four, is the smallest. Miss Allha Haneuin, a daughter of Djenct Pasha, 13 at work as an author ess, and is publishing In Paris a series of articles exposing popular errors re garding Turkish life. Tho children of Mexican Indian princes were carefully educated by the Spaniards, and several viceroys of Mex ico were descended from tho Montezu ma s and boro their name. Goldsmith's fame was grafted upon a boyhood of wholly unrecognized ca pabilities. "Never was so dull a boy" was the report of tho relative who first undertook to teach him his letters. raetes Are Cultivated. Humphrey Ward, famous in England for other reasons, and here as tho hus band of the author of "Robert Els mere," finds two things to criticise In tho United States one, tho absence from the news stands of the paper with which he is connected, tho London Times, and the other tha preponder ance of rrench art in our picture galleries. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ivr Hfi Pwdr &ES&ILSJ!,EE.'T IP5JE3E Abnut n Ilalky Ilop.e Iho subject mntleruiulcrdisciiBalou was balky horses, John Miller, cash ier of the Citizens' Natlonnl batik ot IiigHuu,hadtnoiloor. Ilosald"Vhen I was n chunk of a boy my father hod a balky horso which? It occasionally leil to iny lot to drive. It was a heirtrenillug experience and I often exhausted in) pationco and ingenuity In attempts lo make him go. Ho would jog along all right on tho loiel or down hill, but ho would not go up bill, lie would just stand. If jou would proceed to lick him ho would proceed to back. Finally I hit on a scheme. When I came to a hill I'd lust turn tho brute around and whip lilm till ho would back up tho hill, when ho reached tho top I Just ju4 turn him aiound anclho would go dowu ull right.' Mllo. Lucie i'aure. daughter of tho I'lciuli piesidcut, writes tho l'arls art 11 lticiems lor the Journal du Ilavic, If Troubled With bora FT4. Jackgon s Indian Kyo Salvo will pojltivelv euro them. Jjo at all drug btores All eccentric German is touring through Calliornin barefooted Kmatl 1 rr Swindler.. f im of tho Tnoanent of these are they who Bftt to trade upon and make capital out of thti repututlo.l of tho greatest of American torlcs nosteuer a Stomach Hitters, by irnltat lot Its oitwatd ku1o lteiutablo ihujrelstfl lioweler, will lieiur foist upon J on as ,imulno Bpurlous lmltatlous of or substitute for this povere'-memedy lor malaria ihLUTiatlsm djKpipbla constipation, Hler com.lalnt and uenousnest linmand, und If thu dealer e honest you will get the Lonulno article To tho devil s fvect charity is as bit ter as gall. Gal. News. Tho man uboo reptoach has a long distance to fall. Gal. News. tiliiKfe Coming generations can not bo eprdcd to llio In our tiacks Gal. ? ews. Wo will cho &K0 reward for anv caioof 'utnrrh thnt cin not ho cured with Halls Catarrh Cure ruUrn Internally r J UlFNl VllO, IToprs , Toledo, O. To tho making and walking of foin ulua'ions thcro is no end Gal. 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