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Well, I wonder if anybody ever saw such a greedy boy. Here yon have been licking envelopes and postage stamps all the forenoou and yet yon complain of being hungry I Pearson's Weekly. A plant grows in Assam the botanic al name of which is Uymneuia sylves tre and which has the peculiar prop erty when chewed of temporarily neu tralizing tlie sense cf taste as regards sweet and bitter things, while sour and saline Bubstauces remain unaltered. The Hindoos claim that the plant ! an anti dote to snake bite. . f 1 T I 7 You cannot afford to drink colored tea. It undermines health, and the coloring hides defects. Schilling's Best needs no coloring ; it is good enough. A Beautiful Present In order to further introduce ELASTIC STARCH (Flat Iron Brand). the manufacturers, I. C. Hubinger Bros. Co., of Keokuk, Iowa, have a decided to GIVE AWAY a beautiful present with each package of 9 Qcauf if ul Pastel Pictures They are 13x19 inches in size, and are entitled as follows: Lilacs and Pansies. Pansies and Marguerites. IS! IKS fltUWS WD tiff 5 STfFWOlffit Tej wf tm 0 VMM tVUMM VAU. SO AJ fun FowmO a tmnmJ or M KM tuaut. "ICjIUrSElToRbJCT These rare pictures, four in number, by the renowned pastel artist, R. LeRoy, of New York, have been chosen from the very choicest subjects in his studio and are now offered for the first time to the public. The pictures are accurately reproduced in all the colors used in the orig inals, and are pronounced by competent critics, works of art. Pastel pictures are the correct thing for the home, nothing surpassing them in beauty, richness of color and artistic merit. V3S: Elastic Starch purchased of your grocer. It is the best laundry starch on the market, and is sold for 10 cents a package. Ask your grocer for this starch and get a beautiful picture. ALL CSSSEBS KEEP EUST13 STARCH. ACCEPT 19 SUBSTITUTE Belaya. mm4 CfcevsM Tlvrmimi. la Belgium a two acre holding is sufficient to maintain farmer and his family. The typical two acre fsrra in that country contains a patch of wheat or rye and another of barley. Another fair portion grows potatoes. A row f cabbage grows all round on the slcping sides of the ditches, with a row of on ions just inside, leaving bare walking room between them aud the grain. The shade trees round the house are pear trees. Every foot of land is made to produce, and the farmer keeps pigs and chickens. In Germany, oat of 6,278,000 farms, 1,223,000, or 23 per cent of the whole, are each under 3i acres in extent, and of the farms above 56 per cent are cul tivated by the owner himself, over 28 per cent partly so, or about 83 per cent altogether, leaving 15 per cent out of every 100 per cent that are let fo ten ants. In Germany, notwithstanding this Email size of a Urge proportiou of the farms, 178 ontof jvery l.ooO inhab itants are nevertheless eugaged in agri culture, whereas in England no more than 52 are thus occupied, in Scotland only 61, though 105 per 1,000 in Ire laud being thus engaged raises the pro portiou in the whole United Kingdom to 73 out of that number, less than half, however, the percentage so em ployed in Germany. la the Room of Cobuh, Members are not allowed to refer to each other by name in debate. The only member who 'is preperly addressed by name is the chairman who presides over the deliberations of the house in com mittee. On a member rising to speak in committee he begins with "Mr. Low ther," and not with "Mr. Chairaian," as at public meetings. When the speak er Is in the chair, the formula is "Mr. Speaker, sir. " la debate a member is distinguished by the office he holds, as "the right honorable . gentleman the chancellor of the exchequer, " or by the constituency be represents, as "the honorable gentle man the member for York." Some make use of the terms "My honorable friend" or "My right honorable friend. " In case of family relations the same form is usually observed. Occasionally "My honorable relative" or "My right honorable relative" is heard, but "My right honorable father" or "My right honorable brother," though no doubt allowable, has not been hitherto used. -Nineteenth Century. Love's Sweel Work. A London paper tells this touching story of Professor Herkomer: "His aged father, who lived with him in his splen did home at Bushuey, used to model clay in his early life. He has recently token to it again, but his fear is that soon his bands will lose their skill and his work will show the marks of im perfection. It is his one sorrow. At night he goes to his early rest, and when he has gone his talented sou goes to his studio, takes up his father's feeble attempts and makes the work as beauti ful as art can make it When the old man conies down in the morning, he takes the work and looks at it and rubs his hands and says, 'Ha, lean do as well as I ever did. ' " She Paralyied 'Km. Counsel What is your age, madam? Witness rorty-seveu, sir. Counsel Married or single? Witness Single. I never had an offer of marriage in my life, and if it is of any interest to the court I don't mind saying that I have worn false hair for newly 30 year Counsel Hem I That is all, madam. There is no use trying to shake the di rect testimony of so truthful a woman as you are. Loudon Tit-Bits. Wild American Poppies. $4 ft Lilacs and Iris. v "I Sav. bid man " tVwl V. loaned his friend lobson a nickel to pay his ear fare, "why don't you trr mv scheme?" "What scheme?" growled Elcbson. as he mentally tried to nirore out how much his wif bad realized ia ber mid night raid. "Why a scheme to break your rife of going through your pockets when you are asleep." "I say, old man," cried Blobsou ea gerly, "if yon hive any scheme by which I can break my wife of going through me, for heaveu'a sake put me ou to it, and I am your friend for life!" "Well, you see, I used to suffer from this thing until I discovered means by which 1 broke my wife of the habit I gathered together all the counterfeit money that I had accumulated in 20 years of business and filled my porkets with it The next morning 1 discovered that it was gone. Tlutt same day my wife went shopping and was arrested for passing counterfeit money. It look ed very Hack for her when they found the rest of the stuff that she had, and she was just ready to faint when I ar rived ou the scene. Of course 1 played the indignant husband and threatened to sue the whole outfit for damages. But the scheme worked. Since then the only thing , my wife will accept is a check. "Detroit Free Press. Manltore aat Tee-awda RoatU. A monitor is a peculiar battleship, having a low freeboard, light draft and flush deck and guns mounted in heav ily armored revolving turrets placed on the deck. A mouitor is a floating bat tery more than a ship and derives its name from the first of the class ever constructed, which battled with the Confederate ironclad Merrimao in Hampton Roads. The original Mouitor was described as resembling a great cheesebox ou a plank, but it did valu able service and revolutionized naval warfara Torpedo boats are the racers among the war vessels. They are swift, small craft, designed to launch torpedoes near large vessels. In order to do its work properly the torpedo boat must go close to the object of its destructive designs, and having placed the instrument of destruction in position its next object is to get away and out of the reach of the enemy. A torpedo boat must be small, and the men who form its small crew must be absolutely fearless. A torpedo boat catcher is designed expressly to catch or to destroy torpedo boats. In order to be fitted for the work the boats nre larger than the torpedo boata They can make tetter time and carry heavier armament, New York Tribune. Vlclooe BlaefUh. The greatest enemy to the best spe ci3S of fish is found in the vicious, vo racious and dangerous bluefish. In size ordinarily as long as your arm, with teeth like barbs, he can snap in halves a fish of his own size, and nearly all fish stand in mortal dread of him. Gen erally traveling in schools sometimes as much as five miles in length they will in short order decimate a school of shad, spot, ienliaden or such like. In his stomach can be found numbers of smaller fish, according to size. We have opened one which contained a trout cf almost his own size, while another routained a shad nearly as large. Still others are found having within themselves one or more of their own species of smaller size. But their destructiveness does not end here. We have seen them behind a school of shad, spot or menhaden, and sometimes schools of mackerel and cod, snapping and slashing their prey until the water was all a-foum. They eat until they can hold no more, but their viciousuess is not abated. With a snap a shad is sundered and spit out, and the next shares the same fate. They uever tire, and the fish destroyed, bnt unbeaten, cover the sur- j face of the water. Exchange. j At the present rate of increase the j population of the earth will double ! itself in 200 years. THE CLIMATIC Of CUBA. Beraute of frequent rains in Cuba malarial fevers are a common ailmeut there, just as they art iu mauy sections ot tlie United Htates. Ail ments of this kiu'l.no matter in what part of the ilnbe they occur, are quickly cured with Hosteller's Htoniach Bitters. Besides being a tpeciBc foricalariai trouble, these Bitters alto make pure blood, strong nerves and muscle, and Arm, healthy flesh. Ihey have no equal for dyspepsia and oonttipat'ou. Husband That man you've Invited here used tokiaa you before e were married. Wife So did you. "But I've gotteu ov-r it, aud be ham t. THY ALLBS'S FOOT-KASg, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season yonr feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Koot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating 'Set, blisters and callous spots. Kelieves oorns and bunions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Ten thousand testimonials of cures. Try it to-day. Bold by all drug gists and shoe stores for 25c bent bv mail for 25c In stamps. Trial package FREE. Address, Allen B. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. 'How do yon charge for a ride in the baloonT" "Forty leu.s going up." "And down I" '-Four dollars.'' Piso's Cure for Consumption is the best of all cough cures. lieorye W. LjU, Kabucher, L-., August 26, 18 5. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., rrops., Toledo, O. We, the uudenignett, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obiigatiou male by their Brm. Wkht ATai'AX, Wholesale Drngiista, Toledo. O. Waldimo, Rinnan it Makvin, Wholesale Drug gist. Ti ledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cnre ia taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surf sees of the system. Price, 7i. per bottle. Sold by ail Urns-gists. Testiinnuiaia free. Hail's Family Fills are the best FIT! PermaaeBtlv Cnnd, No flu or nervoaeosM alter ttrst dav'a me of Ir. Klltie'a mi Nana Heaiorac. eu4 rot VHKK )).) trial bot tle aiid treatise. IB..li..Liji a. Lid.. Arch it,, Fhlladelpiua Fa Try Schilling's Beat tea and baking powder. A Healthy Look Because the Blood Is Mad Pure by Hood's Sarsaparllla. "Previous to taking Hood's BarsaparilU my blood was in a very bad condition, but since the use of a few bottles of this medi cine I sm feeling belter than ever before in my li'e. Mv complexion is now clear and my skin has a beatby look." 'Long Uodwis, Ban Luis Obispo, California. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Urea eat Medicine. $1; six forli. Hood's PlltS rr Llver ""'- They are sll Seroes; Captsia Jim, Wounded sad sore distressed. With weak sad wobbling dexter limb' And stitches ia his breast; And Colonel Trice, with one arm font. And crippled Major Metre. And eke the humble Private John, Who's ninus both his ears. Tbey do aot bluster of their wars. Nor tell how these occurred; And of their stitches, stumps and scars They never iiji word. Not oue of all the band declaims With fervor fieri and hot Of circumstancea. dates and aames Concerned with battle fought. And jet I know that Major Hears, And aleo Captain Jim, Could tell us tales to fetch our tears And make our eyes grow dint. And even bumble l'rivate Jobu, Whose head's so smoothly round Because both of his eara are goue, CoulJ cause our hearts to bound. But modestly these heroes bold Forego temptations to Grow eloquent ot riaya of old. When hearta were brave arid true Crippled ia wretched wise aud maimed, They only wsit the end To pass from view unsung, uufamed, With not a mourning friend. Vain be your sympathetic tears! Alas! Tbey cannot charm Back to liia head the private's can Nor mend the colond'a arm. The only ho for these poor, racked Victims of Baby Paul's Is for some congress to enact A pennon list for dolls. A DREAM REALIZED. O H N OVERTON sat alone, smoking his pipe. lie could hear the men as they laughed and poked arouud the camptire, but he could not Join In their merry-making. Five years ago he had left his Eastern home to endure the privations of a mining en gineer In a new country. A scheme carried out successfully placed his nsnu permanently before the scientific world. He felt elated that night, yet bis thoughts would turn to her. In the yesrs that bid gone by much of the bitterness of that quarrel bfld passed sway. After all, she was only a girl then, sweet Prlsetlla Grey. His mother had dreaded to see hlra go away so far. She had enough for both, but when he and Prlsc-llla quar reled the course of his life seemed changed. His mother had died since, and he hod come Into her fortune. Yet still he tarried. He had grown to lore the West. ' "Why Is the paleface brother sad?" "Why, you naughty little girl, why did you stray so far from home at this time?" Overton exclaimed, as he look ed upon the dark, sweet face so near his own. "Father came to see you, and I came, too. 1 am going away. Overton, The heart of Robin aches wlthiu her. Bhe loves the mountains, she loves her fa ther, she loves Overton. When be Is sad she Is sad. When he Is goue the winds sigh more deeply In the pines; the brook, as It leaps over the stout s, Is not so gay. Even the sun shines not so brightly when Overton is not here." As her sweet, monotonous tones ceased Overton looked into her face. Her mother had been the daughter of a noble chief of a tribe of Indians, and Tier father was an oflieer at the fort. She was, perhaps, 15, and carried her self with the dignity of her race. She had her father's classic features, but the sadness of her mother's people shone In her great black eyes. When Overton came to the North west country he bad some work to do at the fort where she lived. He bad killed a huge snake one day. An In stant later and It would have been upon her. Since then she had loved him with the unreasoning affection of n animal. Her father Joined them as they sat there. Taking Robin's band, he drew ber to him. "Poor little one! I am going to send her East, Overton." "No better plan could suggest Itself. You should have sent ber some time ago. Be a good little girl, Roblu. Learn a lot, but don't forget your old friends." "I shall never forget," and turning quickly, she glided away. Unusually bright, her constant com panionship with her father bad deep ened her Intellect. They learned to love ber In the school. With careful treatment her skin grew fine-grained and fairer. Her hands were small, soft, and dimpled. She did not look like an alien, and few could guess that Indian blood ran In her veins. Her habitual sadness never left ber, but her smiles were ready and often. She combined the best of the two races from which she sprung, and a more charming woman was never Introduced Into the gay world than Robin, daugh ter of Captain Stratbmore. Overton bad made rapid strides In his profession. The years seemlugly left no Impression on his handsome face. To bis heart he still clasped his dream of Prlscllla. She bad been married, and was now a widow, still as lovely and as fair as lrr her sweet girlhood, so rumor had It. For the first time tn many years he decided to go home, back to the old haunts, the old friends, and Prlsetlla. Alasl He found them changed. The old bouse was the same, but his mother had gone away. At the club new faces greeted him. Selfish, narrow, aimless men stagnated In the little town. He felt then and there like taking the next train back where be could breathe the pure, sweet air and feel the freedom and ambition of the plains. A relative was to entertain that even ing, and he was the guest of honor. He came In a little late, and paused a moment in the corridor. Looking across the room, he saw the object of his dream, the Priscilla of long ago. She was certainly lovely, but Accustomed as be was to read human nature, be saw In that face everything which be left out of bis Ideal. She bad thrown him over for a rich man. He had thought that she bad been forced to It by ber parents, and had pitied ber so much. She looked so complacent so self satlsfled. so worldly. Everything she did seemed to be for effect. "What sn Idiot I hate been." He turned and waited to tbe plasxa. "What an artificial atmosphere! I am going back by tbe first train." He turned to go, but before him stool a magnificent woman. Was It her ex pression or was It ber face that re minded him of that one old masters so loved to portray? Her regal head, her beautiful face, bad tbe dignity of a queen. As she smiled be thought of the running streams in the mountains, the music of the pines of the beautiful Western country of his adoption; then her sweet, monotonous voice broke the silence: "Hss the paleface forgotten the Rob in of the springtime?" His lips could form no words. He opened bis arms and clasped ber to hJs heart Philadelphia Item. The barking bird, which Is common In Chiloe and Chinos, Islands of the South American Archipelago. It Is call ed by the natives "Guldguid," "but Its English name." says Darwin, "Is well given, for I defy any one at first to feel certain that a small dog Is not yelping somewhere In the forest." The Touciiu, of South America, has, according to Mr. Watertou, the same peculiarity, and oue of the favorite tricks of the mocklug bird Is to Imitate the hurk of a dog, which It does to such perfection as to deceive even the most experienced cars. There Is no part of the ocean that Is without birds. The seaman ploughs the waters with his craft; one bound less expause of sky and water meets his glance, no ship, no boat Is to be seen, hut there sweeps before hliu that mighty tlyer, the Wandering Albatross, which knows neither distance nor boII tude, regardless alike of storm or calm. So it Is with those other oceau wander ers, the Stormy Petrels. Like the alba tross, they have no distinct circle of distribution. They wander over all the seas, and cover such enormous dis tances lu a day's Sight that no distinct ll.ills can he assigned to their habita tions. Tbey are at home, and brave the storm lu every latitude and lu every sea. A shark's egg is one of the oddest looking things Imaginable, and has no more resemblance to an egg, strictly speaking, than It has to a paving stone. In one variety It Is pillow shaped, aud has a long "horu" or "feeler" at each corner. The average size Is about two Inches by two and three-quarters, ami the color almost pure black. It Is un provided with shell, as we understand that word, but the contents are protect ed by a thick leathery covering, which has almost as much elasticity about It as a covering of India-rubber would have. The feelers mentioned catch hold of and wind themselves round pieces of seaweed and other flouting objects (Just as a grape-vine tendril would do), and hang there until the egg Is hatch ed, providing It does not get destroyed. One variety of shark lays eighteen eggs during the month of April. These float about until early lu December, when the little sharks emerge, the period of luoubatlon having been about nine months. The Baby. "She is a little hindering thing," Tbe mother said: "I do not have an hour of peace, Till she's in bed. "She clings unto my hand or gown, And follows me About the house from room to room, Talks constantly. "She la a bundle full of nerves, And willful wars; She docs not sleep full sound at nights, Scarce any du.va. "She does not like to hear the wind. The dark she fenrs; And piteously she cells for me To wipe her tcurs. "She is a little hindering thing," The mother said; "But still she is my wine of life, My daily bread." The children what a load of care Their coming brings; But, O! the grief when Ood doth stoop To give them wings. Independent. Under Sealed Orders. The custom of having warships sail "under sealed orders" has arisen from the desire of maritime powers to pre vent their plans from becoming known to the enemy. In the American navy such orders come from the President, and are de livered to the commander of a ship or squadron by a confidential messenger, who knows nothing of their contents. Sometimes they are In cipher, but they are always sealed with tbe official seal of the Navy Deportment, and tlio package cannot be opened until the time marked on it, which Is usually several hours after the hour uf leaving port. By this precaution the newspapers ar prevented from disclosing, prema turely, movements which may lie of the greatest Importance, and the spies of tbe enemy are rendered useless so far as their ability to discover the se cret of such movements Is concerned. Sailing under sealed orders Is now tbe common naval practice In time of war. ,f Tbe Spider's Thread. An eminent naturalist says that every thread of what we call tbe spider's web is made up of about 5,000 separate fibers. If a pound of this thread wore required it would occupy nearly 28,000 spiders a full year to furnish It The author of this statement does not In form us bow long the thread would be, but It Is safe to say that It would reach several times around the world. Cloves for the World. The two little Islands ot Zanzibar and Feruba furnish four-fifths of the cloves consumed by tbe world. The other half gets all the happiness out of marriage that the better halt puts In. 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Galatta, Itjj., Sov. M, M8J. Parla Medicine Co., St. Ionia, Mo. Uootlcnwa: We eoid UK rw, SflO bottles of CHOVK H TASTRUSWil CHILI. TONIC ana h.ra bought tliree sroaa alreadv tfeis veer, la all or ex perience uf It Tears, In Um drug bttumMa, hava raver euld an article that save audi " T 1 mil. faisiaa aa ur Soaio. xoiua tralv. ifhram inn MORPHINE IL 13 1 11 n f ll LAUOAkUM MO BfJF SB B S90F SI f sj Sroppedatouce. OS. J.C, HorvnAN.M laaballa Itkl., Cblcau, 111. CsyThls Paper is Printed with Nathan's News Ink. 8. F. N. U. No. 840. New Beris No. SI.