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pi 1 Volume xix. SILVER CITY. NEW MEXICX JELL & WRIOIIT. Attorneys. fcTlVrn CITY - NEW MEXICO. "JAIL & ANCHETA, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. onire Cor. Spring and Tosan Sts, fllLVER CITY i NEW MEXICO Will oriwtlee In all the court of the territory. OICHMOND P. B A UNES, Attorney at Law, OIT. ce corner Broadway and Main street. TlLVER CITY NEW MEXICO J L. riCKETT, Attorney at Law, RlIA'UIt CITY NEW MEXICO JAMESS. FIELDER, Attorney at Law, Oflke over Silver City National Bank, Rooms and 8- NEW MEXICO 8ILVER CITY. rp F. CONWAY, Attorney at LaW, . . HEW MEXICO SILVER CITY A. II. UAKLI.EE, Attorney at Law, omco over Aaron chutz's Store, on'.Butlnrd Street. BILVER CITY NEW MEXICO HDEON D. BANTZ, Attorney at Law, SILVER CIT NEW MEXICO rpH03. 8. HEFLIN, Attorney at Law, Up-stiitrs In Exchange butldlnpj. SILVER CITY - - NEW MEXICO g B. GfLLETT, At&rney at Law. MLVER CITY onico on Bullard Street, - - - NEW MEXICO. Q N. WOOD, M. I) Physician and Surgeon, limp, nvpr ftilhert'ii Storennd nt'fVisldf nee-. Culls answered uiKht and day SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO, TT ENRY WILLIAM BLANC, M. D-, Physician and Surgeon. Office, second story In Shoemaker Mock. SILVER CITY, N. M -yyiLL. T. WILLIAMS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Offlce In Dr. Stephens old Rooms. SILVER CITY, N- M Q.KO- T. fcÍMFALL, M.'D., Fiyiician and Surgeon, Corner Main Street and Broadway. Offlce Hours (rom 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. SILVER CITY - - N. M TO. O. F. Helen M Retiñir second eaeh iiuinth, ut liall oí I. S. 1 iftuny lMlne No. 13, Over i'osl Ulllee. KATE U. UAUK, Pi. U Wm. b. Fahmbwobth, bee. v I t T) .. 1 ...)... 1. 1nm.AA JjOlIKU, i-il. I iviTiirivitii v.kicc; muí SnH foiirui Frtdav nlulita In T O. O. F. !. Jumes MAISEft BHOS Barter Shop&Bath Rooms The llet Place In The, I I 1 y To Oet a nice caiy shave or a Rood bath Broadway, Below Billiard St. E. DVRt.INC.AME, Assay Cíílce and Chemical Laboratory, 410 Lawrence Btrwt, PRSVKR, - COLORADO. Samtilc liv mall or cxprri will rcci1ve prompt and careful attention, (iol.l mid Silver million rellnt'd. mclteil, asutved or unichased. &c. Mrs. 0. E. Colby, r 5 Dress Maker Silver City, New Mez. 6WING HIGH ANl SWiMJ LU. Swlnrc Mcli and swtnjfl e.r While Hie lircfiei they bln-r. It's o IT for a nallor thy f.itlicr would f-o. And it's hem tu U10 liarlmr In 'cht of tho sea II linili left his wee babe with my song and wit h mo. FwIrR Mch and wlr7 low While Ilia breezes llicy blow? Pwlnn hlcli and swIiir. low Whilo the brfzr tln-y blow. It's oh for the waiting as weary days (rol And It's oh for the heartache, that smltetb mo when I sine my aonir over and over again: "Hwinfc lililí and mvlnrí low While the breezes they blowl" "Swing high and swing low," the sea sing- eth so, t And It wailelh nnon In Its ebb and lis flow, .And a sleeper sleeps on to that norm of the sea, "Nor rcc teeth ho ever of mino or of mel "Swing high and swing low While the breezes they blow. Twin oiT for a sailor thy father would gol" Eugene field hi Chicago Nows-Uecord. .to err -HIllTOIiD, Cleaning, Altering, And Repairing Clothes. Back of Dr. Builey'B drup; store, Market Street, ' - - SILVER CITY WM. STEVENS. rixos ATLOS eeisivery Stable Pino -Alto, New Mexico. GEO. R. BROWN, V. S. DopuTjf Mineral and Land SURVEYOR, SlLVKlt CITY. S. II. CS'-OInie on Yankee street. G. W. VERA, OILS, LAMPS, GLASSWARE. Lubricating and Cool Oil a specialty. SILVER CITY, - NEW MEXICO Bldgelv and 4lh Encamnment No. 1. meets the ad and -till Wetlni.tilays of each Month. Visiting patriarchs cordially invited, Amdkkw bl'AUDT, C. I. J. J. Kelly, Scribe. IO. O. F. . Inane H. Tiffany LodRU, No. la, meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, over post-ofllri-.SiituTilHy eveu nus. Members of the order cordially InVitol to attend. 1). 1'. Cams, N. U. O. L. DoTrtOK, Sec. T O. O. F. J . 8an Vlcento Lodge, No. . meets every Monday nli;ht at Odd Fellows Hull. VlrtitliiK brothers Invited. A. I. lto(3, N. U. J. J. Keli.v, Hec. KA. M. Silver CltT Chapfer, Ko. t, nt Masonic Hall, lobular cunvocalions mi S1 Wednesday evening of eiuh uiolitli. All companions invlliid to atli nd. M. V. Cox, 11. 1'. II. W. LlK'A, 8cc. V. & A. M. , Kilvei CllyUxltje, No a, meets at Masonic Hall, op(Mislte Tliinio-r . House, the Thursday evening on or before the full moon eaeh innnlli. All visiting brothers luvited to attend. M. U. i vioujtv, W. M. IlABKY W, 1,1'C'AH, bVc. KCK P . Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday nights In each month, ut Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting knights Invited. Wm. F. Loukmx, 0. V. ! UKU. 1). UlCH AKL, K. It. & 8. AO. U. W. , Meets on the 1st and 3d Tuesday !Uuti!l n eiu-h nutilh. at Miuuiilv Hl'.ll. Fi-llow work 111111 conlially Invited. J. M. lr ulTllU.M. W. 11. W. I.tcAS, ltec. hurrhes. " f E. CHIIKCH. Kn vlci s at the churcli, Itrnadwav. neat tliet nuit House, every Mumhty at 11 a. 111. am 1 u. lu. bun. lay H' IichiI at a. 111. ltitv. W. 8. Fm 11, A. M., fa-stor. c irrncii ok thk good bhki'iikrd. Held In the bnlscopal Mission riMiiu. RCr- day school nt l" a 81111 vires every Nuinlay at 11 a. III. 11ml n p. in. . in. uoiuc anu 10111 us. W. K. 1.LOVD JAMF.H COltltlN, Real Estate, LlalniLca and CoÜcctlcn Agía! Olllce 011 Mainbtreet, H1LVKH CITV ,NKW MEXICO Notary I'uhllr for tlrant eountv, W. M. Com- kits-iUni''!' in Ui'ils lot Ai i.oiia Ivirlloiy. All kin 11 of ri al eslalo 00 lialid !irJ boliulit and finltl u:l coiuiiitniliiu. J-AS. S. CAI'irit, Notary PuLIIc. O.'.i. o u íiilveT City Xutiunul Liiiilí. u.tr Cirri - - tttw Mmi-j Ur. W. H. WHITE c 3 S 03 -1 9 ÍP DENTIST Gas administered for the paiulus extraction of teeth. SKGLLY'S Photographic 5TUDI0. SILVER CITYN. M. HE WNTED A COOD LIAR. DEATJI LN 'L A Golden Opportunity to I.ct Loose a Vivid f magfnatlon. I was sitting on a salt barrel on tho Bhady nido of the depot whilo waiting for the train on tho other roí J when a farmer drove up in his wagon, lie went around and talked with tho station agent for a few minutes and then Teturncd to 'ask: "Stranger, do you want to make $20, 000 us easy as rolling off a log?" "I do." 'Air yoti a religions maní "Not exactly." "Any scruples ftg'in lyin?" "That's according to circumstances. "Tho case u just this: I own 100 acres of land right around here. As it stands It's worth about $3 an acre, split her up into city lots end each one will bring $50, Yo can figuro on $1,000 an acre." "But this is no site for a city I" I pro tested. "Thar's whar the lyin will come in. I should calkcrlate on your in akin the site." "There's no fuel, no water, no agricul ture." "Got to lie about 'em!" "You've got to have natnral advant ages to make a -city." "More lyin." "You've simply got a railroad junction, one houao nnd 100 ocres of mighty pool land to etart on," I caid as I looked around on the lonesomo prospect. "That's whar thé lyin will come in!'' he answered. "I've known 20 towns out here to start on a heap lesa. Is it a bar gain or no? You do tho lyin and tho ad vert sin, and I do the sellin-, and in a yea) we'll clear up a carload of money. Best chance in the world fur a ristin young man. Knocks a silver mine all holler." "I I'm afraid I couldn't accept youi liberal proposition." "All riabt. No harm dono. I'm lookin fur a liar. lie's not to be a good one. As yon seemed to be out of a job and dead broke I thought I'd tackle you. All tho same, however, I'll hit the right man inside of a week, and hti'll mako his for tune here. Best of schools, plenty ol churches, six railroads, rich country, fiv ture Chicago, !0 factories, cultivated so ciety, purest of water, pnblio parks, como with a rush, sold again. If you happen to meet a liar, 6end Lira downl" Springfield Union. pARLQR (SALOON, Cbrntr üroadway and Muía tilreet. WINES. LIQUORS AND CICAES. JOHN CAE3Í1N Proper. JACK MCGEE, OB ft Dj IS EU Slaking t'p the Face. Actor3 have always painted the face tt tender it more expresmve, or rather tc give it some sort of expression when aeen at a distance which it would other wise lack if, as In ancient Greece, maski were not employed for that purpose. China furnishes probably the best exam ple of tho antiquity of tho custom. Th use of the mask in Greek theaters, which were vast and had not the modern re source of achromatic glasses, was ex cusable or even necessary. The Roman theaters were smaller, and tho desired facial expression was obtained by the application of color. In Shakespeare'! timo, when female parts were played by men, painting of tho face was absolutely essential to tho required illusion. Sim ilar reasoning Is used on the modern Btage when painting the face is consid ered necessary for the simulation ol youth or ago, or to make the featuro more expressive at a distance. Tho practice is in many cases excusa ble or even indispensable, for if tlx actor or actress has not a good stag face, but ono of those round, inexpress frvo countenances in which eyes, not and mouth are at the distance of 20 feet inextinguishably blended, it is certainlj permissible to obtain some measure oi facial expression by artiflciul means. 11 is another question whether th6 contení porary woman should ever apply anj substance to her face to make her appeal younger, more beautiful or iu any sens what he Jj not. Sail Francisco Chron kle. Copied. A well known plagiarist brought a poem to a New York editor and request ed him to publish it. As the editor hes itated the visitor said: , "This ioem is not very legible. Per haps I had better copy it over." "What! Again?" asked the editor, with a severs look. Texas Biftings. PITILESS WOKK OF Tt WIND AND Mow Cruel at Times Srenv 5tot Topulons Ccmeter) Tha I.und the Hook T "There ShutI lio No More I And there was no more Hi, 1. What a str;ngf mystorj Sometimes it held your tenderly ns a mother holdr you wonder that the chw can bo 'brought ag'" tim?s it is like an angrj tyrant's power and uses It is a marvelous sigh thrilling ningnificcnco W blood tingle, to stand or such a time and watch th nmns of wliito capped rol selves to pieces on the sn mind yon of Napoleon's loo, which had wande with victorious bannei of too force which could 1 ress, but suddenly found it. face with its master, and then, controlled madness, threw itself to . H9 well a to defeat. Tho huge arn. . white capped monarchs, tlynking tin selves invincible, attack the shore wiu ferocious energy and pound themselves to spray. Tho heart beata wildly as this great 1 attlo between sea and land fills the air with thunder, and jioet nnd painter come front fur to witness tho conf.ict and describo its glories with pen and brush. But how cruel tho ocean can 1x when It catches our craft at a disadvantage! Wind and waves in unholy alliance, a compact of death, make the world's cheek blanch with horror r9 tho work of destruction goes on. These twin giants seem to be moved by a common hatred of whatever Duals, and as though every vessel was an intruder on their domain tear it to pieces and doom it to disaster. The sails nrc entinto tatters, their masts are torn away as though the rigging were msde of pack thrend, and tho huge hull is either sent to the bottom or thrown high on the beach in disdain, Tho sun in very pity creeps behind the veiling clouds for awhile, and when it shines again, after the waves havo Bub sided and tho tempest has spent itself, the coast is strewn with wrecks and many a bravo sailor lies with upturned face on tho sands. That was sad news which flashed over the wires ti'ie Thursday morning. Ono story followed ou tho heels of another ! until disaster seemed to las multiplied ' by itself, ami each account was moro pitiful than tho last. A fisherman out rode tho galo for av.'hilo nnd then went down with all hands; a sturdy freighter oiT Uatterns was dismasted, sprung a leak and 6.ink, leaving only ono sur vivor to tell tho tale; scores of lesser craft were torn frain their anchorage, nnd tho Jersey bhoro was literally stewn with wreckage. Other vécela which had managed to outlive the hurricano were towed into harbor, either the cup taln or 'part of tho crew missing. in that other country from whoso bourno i no traveler returns "thero sha'l bo no more sea," nud ou this Sunday morning j we breatho a sigh of relief over tho j statement. Wo t aa dispenso with its i magniliccnco if we may be rid of its ' dangers. It has devoured millions of ! property and is the most populous cem etery on tho planet. When tho sea gives up its dead, a countless multitude or tao lost will reappear. But we uro specially Impressed with the lesson which Uio great ttoria omplia sizes namely, tho uncertainly of life. On the ocean the unexpected happens more frequently than elsewhere. At one moment a cloudless sky and a musical ripple along tho-vessel's side. Tho long roll lifts tho craft, which lazily yields to the rhythmic motion of the waters. But ful a firm r. agencies nn. public favor, nnd cordially im. and nil assistance permanent snece tngo of all p.n'titM spondence was favoi jector launched his en outlay of timó and abandoned at this mom orablo firm and donor assuming their sandio which they deny in toto. and indorsement lieing writer, tho victim tin greater "distress In 1:11 estato" than before tlii without any le'al redrt (JIac3.) Reporter. A Hare Genius. I rcme-nber once to have'sm. of a hero played with nil tho spontaneity of real genius by a poor st.igo supernu merary. It happened during a battle scene in Henry V at a riiiladelphi.1 theater. Ia a lull in tho firing the uu-di-juco discovered that a fly 111 the top ol the slago was ablaze. A stnutpedo was imminent. Half tho people in tho house were already on their feet. Two men could be seen aloft, making desperate ef forts to tear away tho burning scene. This added to the consternation. An other instant and a panic would havt ensned, in which many lives would have been ht. Such was t'11 'itna'aon when out of the troop of sohlif-ra on tho ftat;i) t -tepnt d a "super," and in n roaring "r.sidu" ad dressed .to tho trembling nudkneo ht shouted: 'Knpe yer sates. Don't yer klo do fira is in do play!" Tho lii'ect was mngicul. Few believed tho statement, but, unconsciously every body dropped back into his chair nnd tho play wt nt ou. A roar of lattgiitoi followed, and although ic was f,vo min utes bf-foro tho fire extinguishers com pleted their work not a trace, of fear re appeared unioug tho uu nibt rs of tho au dience. I uever knew that mini's name, but I have ulwuys thanked (Jod for his presence of mind and his rich Imh broguo. Julius Chambers. No lx Unclo Dick j . cago. Morí than .. nnd managed Hooley's . Brooklyn, where minstrel y, . vaudeville, burlesque utid vuri'ty enter-1 " ' Bufinlo Lxpn. taimuents were given, iio made a great deal of money nnd went to Chicago, whero ho owned nnd managed a first class theater in first class style. I doubt if ho ever did a mean or an indcfensiblo net. Ia his homo lifo ho was charming, in biisin:P3 his word was as good us his bond, nnd In every circlo he was wel comed becaus'i of his genial manner and his hearty participation in all the ongo ings of the occisión. Joe Howard in New York P.ocorder. M'ondera of lieometrloul lrogrc3s!ou. Tho story of Sysla and the king is usu ally told ns a good illustration of geo metrical progression. Sysla, so tho story ! goes, was the inventor of the gamo of i chess. The king was so delighted with ! tho diversion that ho uromised to graut 1 danger is in ambush, nnd after a little ! any request tho inventor might make! the puff of wind grows stronger, the long ' gyltt, who must Lave been a lnatheiua-! roll is plumed with a white crest, tho , tician ns well as a mechanical genius, tempest sounds its trumpet, nnd the rig-1 only asked that tho generous would iUlil'Jl And KEuAinkR, Silver City, Ñ. it The I'le Was Tough. "That was a disgusting trump I helped this morning," said old Mrs, Kmythe of Bungtown Corners. "1 gave him a pie and asked him to sirw some wood, and about 10 minutes luter ho came in and hlu-d me if I'd mind if he ute the wood fciid Sawed the pie." Bazaf. I All work warranted. Uiuil prou.plly Ht'endod to. t liuuif anil Ilast. Beliieti ilitf l'ird chancellor, Occasion ally im tt p;íh1 Ihiiio. Thus, when leaving át-Hniltf V hotel, he said: ''I came Orders by! dowil liero fdf I iuinge und nst. I found thnt the tniur kept the cuuuge and tlw landlord the rest." Sir w. Fruser. j Altl!Y V. I I CAS, Notary Public. Ollliee I11 IV hllVHttllV i:C Iuililil., Riil in Kgypt is tilled hy exactly thu ianie kind of plow that was: UM;d tlicro 6,t)( i) yc.iis a..' 1. Tlii furrows muda uro fciti.-iii.-l tialh!',V; h'id t lit clo-U are fuitli.T In kcti t-j' Vr:'.U a bij wol-ii t .. I....I. ging, like tiio strings or an ponan narp, emits a mournful noto like that of a dirge. Iu another half hour the whole artillery of nature is at work, the moan ing vessel Is thrown oil her beam ends and creaks and groans as though crying for mercy. In another hour there is nothing visiblo except Bomu struggling Bailor clinging to a spar. However, death has many ways of achieving its purpose. Not on theBea alone, but on tho laud, it does its daily stint, and it behooves ns to remember that sooner or later it will have some thing to say to us. "All men may die, but I shall livo," is the dream of heed lessness. "All men must dio, and therefore I," is the fact that is to be recognized and prepared for. But we can become indifferent even to this "last enemy." It is not tho glmn indifference of desperato despair, but tho cheerful indifference of perfect faith. If we havo uo placo to go to, it Is hard to contemplate our exit. But if thero is a better place, a residence iu which will be added happiness, we may even shake hands with Death, tell him that our latclistring is always out and lie will be welcome whenever he ices fit to come. It is the fear of taking ;x leap in thodark that bids us pnusH. But If we are sure of taking a leap Into the light we can easily let go our hold on this rugged lifo and drop into tlio life to come. Tho Bea may rage as it pleases if our next port of eutry is heaven, und lurking accidents and di.-eases may come out of their hid ing places into the oihju, for ut tho worst they can only do us a good turn by open ing the door of a larger and better house to live in. New York Herald. put ono gram of wheat on ti'.o first square of the board and double thu amount upon each successive square up to and including the sixly-fonrtii. Lucas : do Burgo says that there was not enough wheat iu the kingdom to pay the crufty , inventor, which was 18,4 10,7 14,01.1,705, 657,015 grains! According to a curious medley of figures published in the Louis- j ville Courier-Journal, there are bó".,OU0 grains in a bushel of wheat. How many 1 bushels did the modest Inventor a. k for? The numlier of buchils na given in the book "Curiosities of the tlainu und I'Liy of Chess" fall more than one-third short of tho actual number. St. Louin Re public. i Diet In Diabetes. Tho following "rigorous" tiki Is sail to bo prescribed by tho eminent Dujar din Beauuieizof I'aris: F,gs, ii-.h, meats of all kind., poultry, game, oysters and cheese; all green vegetables are ter tnitted except beets, carrots and beans; fatty foods are recommended, such na sardines in oil, herring, lard, goose grease, ham fat and cuviuitv, all bunpj are permitted, when huido of meats iu combination with cabba'i,', pouched eggs, onions, but no bread or toa: t is to bo in the soup. Only dietetic-breads uio to be used, and saccharine in pi lee of sugar; all starch foods uro strictly for bidden, as sweet fruit, pa;tiic and chocolates; patients tni'.y think clunt wine diluted with vit hy, but 110 jxair wines, liquors or spirits are to bo ns -.1. Daily exercise morning und . evening is to be taken in tho opt 11 tur; fencing u,i 1 gardening also, and oilier light exe rcuw. Incotuo rrom Cernían Hallway Stations It is tho cu: torn in Germany not to al low pL-i-jous 0:1 th't platforms of railroad stations save the actual travelers except on p i) r.ieut of a small fee, which fee in large cities const i Lutes quito un income. Thus duri'.i j t hi eight months from Jan uary to Au;;u.-'.t, tho I'riedrick Strata station in Berlin took 21,570 marks, tho Alexander l'hitz btation 13, 77Í) marks, the Sil".--iaii station 12, "Ul marks and tho I'.ds.him station 8.CJ1 maiUs. American H. gistor. I'uellni; In lludsl. A St. Petra'imr;r t'oi re..;iouder.t says: Dueling in Bus: ia has become so com mon that tho government has been com pelled to decree a severo code cf punish ment. Rilling m antagonist w ill cot six years in prison: boy ero wounding, three years: out! without icj'-'ry, six inont'.ii.; provoking a duel, six weeks to threo months. Tho X'oy, ttio Doff and tho Uli'3-rlo. A hoy viditi;; ,n bicycle around Gar field place ono d;;y attracted consider able at!entio;i by tho companion he had on tho machino. lío had hung a sin nil platform in front of h'm just back of the handler;, and on it si'.t a timall bhiel cud tan tlog. Tho imii.iid sat qr.iitly, without any fear of fulling. Cincinnati Enquirer. A 1'liof ihorencf nt Ti-e. A largo willow treo on tho bank of Tan run iu l-'raukford foil over recently and devel, cd into a natural curior-ity, Tho inside of tho treo, whl ;'h h :s beer, dead for sever:. 1 years, w iu f ".' I to bo amass ofp!i',: phi.n scent Ii;-'!,t known ns fox liro. As tha'kner.s c:ua.- ou and the curious phenomenon was discovered, hundreds i f peoplo gathered, nnd ni many n3 con 1 c;et around tho old trunk went to work wúh hatchets and Lnives to seen ro specimen'., t-'eiir. the ground around was strewn with hnin.l chips, which glittered like so many lutlo stars. Philadelphia Record. A metallic pavement is to bo tried in r.iris. Tho prefect cf tho Seine, with tho approval of the municipal authorities, bus sanctioned tho laying down of an ex perimental length. The new csrpet for thn hour.o of repre sentatives will he of a tlarlt green design, with a t iiuison figure, conventional in its character, relieved by a cream col ored star. Tho new programme of public instruc tion adopted lil Franco devote moro timo to tho s'.tvty of lCulL.h and less to the study of Ci ruiun. A I.Io To.i.1 In a ll:ilNtnn. A lmilsti.i'in visited T.iwtf.cket about, 10 o'clock Saturday evening, such as has rot vi .itod this vicinity for years, if within th-? lí'.'.-nnuy t f man. One woman picked up a largo hi-alstonf nnd allowed it to i ult in h'r hand. i:ho thought Somethiiig w,:S hirido the lit tie picco cf frozen r.:in. but vas suririsi. d t- find when all ha 1 11.. lied n littb live toad or frot; in her hand. Tiiero is a quitu f.eii er.d belief th it a gr.-it l:i.i!:y p' l'bhs ciimo down vi:h th) h.-.il. 1 rovid. nco Journal. J.Miti mil Mar ran i P.. lamy of IVit Wayno v.ci i muled 1:1 l.'::rr!a.';ti s:ix years iigo by B-psIre l'nu'.ee. DhJ fr éneos arose Hivl a divorce f;i.iv.vd. Re cently ll.'t y wt 10 ogáin marii. d by the sanio squire. The Phils-lelphhi ., is in dan rer of l v-i'.:;r its 1 en 1 oi'i eti.e.i of uii'iinais ;ue" birds, neco: di::g to a local ih v : .p-.-r. béaur3 of a l-.ck of f'tn Vi. A lory About rulnliuc. The storv is. told that a woman once asked St. Francia da KaU-s whether bho might use paint lo Improve her com-1 ple.xion. His reply wns: "Somo iioiy men object to its ut.o, whilo others seo noth ing wrong in it. 1 wool 1 adopt a mid dlo cihu.-o und grant you a iii pen -ut ion to paint one side of yolif face only." N !'V X CI tt 111':' a !.Mi.y liliotich to Itt-iiit-mber. A gentleman lu Ciitrdiinr has I.lv 11 troubled to riiieliiber bis Wile's fiequeut orders to git a yeast cako. Uu knows Buinctiiiii-q tli.t th. 10 is t 'tm Ü.iii ' I. o ouglit to (f. t, Let cann.l think what it j Now v. lu nevt r ho cunnot reiueuib. r i what ho it after ho nlw.nH Is a y.ut-t Cuke, Ulld hiSaS lit) hilrt It 1 III Hal I greater part of th t.lil-s .h. i.ai.j.ir t mi mere 1,1 1. Á Bitter Fight Is being waffcd by The Price Baking Powder Co., against the use of ammonia and alum in baking powders by' Oamin"; and exposing the guilty manufacturers, and the services thus rendered are being recognized by the people, for they are leavir.g severely alono all ammonia and alum baking powders and adopting Dr. Price's Cream Baking Povdc:s whkli H tho only brand prepared by a physician of li!i f.tamlir;.r. . I-uio Cream of Tartar I'uwder tro '..'-t t t !.-.. 1 ' ih-res of perfvttioii. Vi íc:.i ; 1 ' l i K r t; . ' ; r-i ;- !' \n\n Btato your cae."