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Height of Thunder Clounds.
A great cumulus thunder cloud, towering up on the horizon like a huge flamboyant iceberg, is often higher than the highest Alps would be if they were piled on top of the Himalayas. It is ro> unusual for these clouds to measure five, six, and even eight miles from their flat, dark base, hovering a mile or two above the world, to their rounded, glisten ing summit, splendid in the sun light, And in these eight miles the changes of temperature is as great as those over many thous and miles of the earth’s surface. These clouds contain strata of temperature, narrow belts of freezing cold alternating with large distances of rainy mist and frozen snow and ice particles. Hailstones, which are formed from a snow particle that falls from the upper strata and is froz' en hard in the freezing belt and coated with ice on the welt belt, are often found with a series of layers in their formation show ing that they have passed thto’ this succession of cloud strata more than once on their way from the upper air to the earth.— Exchange. Grizzlies and Hainan Flesh. In the old days, before the dead - ly magazine rifle was inyented, hunting the grizzly was a very different affair, and no animal on the American continent was more dreaded, his fierceness and vital force when • wounded filling the most reckless hunters with a wholesomo dread. It was not unsual for a grizzly with a bullet through his heart to pursue and tear to pieces the hunter, whose long single-barreled muzzle-load ing rifle,'with its one round lead bullet, was altogether inad equate for such a contest. It is a strange thing, too, that while the grizzly bear is an omnivorous feeder, living on anything from roots and nuts to steer and buffa lo meat, he has never been known to devour human flesh. —St. Nich olas. He didn’t have a dollar; he didn’t have a dime, His clothes and shoes were looking a ihough they had served their time. He didn’t try to kill himself to dodge misfortune’s whack. Instead, he got some ashes and he filled five dozen sacks. Then, next, he beg ged a dollar. In the paper next morning he advertised tin polish that would put the sun to scorn. He kept on advertising, and just now, suffice it 'to say, he’sJ011^ California at his cottage on the bay.” I Paper c*n bo in.mufar ured ou j hi hlmost anything tLat can be p*»ui.«ied 'intu pulp. Over fifty k/iM'i* t I l ark are raid to be used, tilbo tmwana skins, bean stalks, p.. n stalks, vou niit fiber, straw, it a roui Irish Water weeds, and m»ry kind* of grass are alt a] plica >le. It has also bet n made fr, m l»«ir. fur, wool and from as h<ato«. which furnishes an arti ' cle iadfctu uct.ble by lire. Leaves 4 yood strong paper, while ihr- hu k a> d stem; ef ludu n curu bet a tried i • «b~ * •;-—— The scarcity and high price o'J eggs ha6 stimulated the preduc-1 tion of a chemically constructed substitute for them. Malone, New York, has an egg manufactory, although none of its product is sold in the South. It is shipped to Chicago and other Western cities. This chemical egg stuff Will be paid by the V^jf World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., if they cannot show the original signature of the individual volunteering the testi monial below, and plso of the writers of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly publishing, thus proving their genuineness. "For about two years I suffered from a very obstinate case of dyspepsia,” writes K. K. Secorcf, Esq., of 13 Eastern Ave., Toronto, Ontario. "I tri«l a great cumber of remedies without suc cess. I finally lost faith in them all. I was so far gone that I could not for a long time bear any solid food in my stonijrfh ; felt melancholy and depressed. Some four months ntjo a friend recommended your ‘ Golden Medical l)iscov : y ’ Alter a week’s treatment I had derived so much benefit that I continued the medicine, I have taken three bottles and am convinced it has in my case accomplished a permanent cure. I can conscientiously recommend it to the thou sands of dyspeptics throughout the land.” A man can succeed and be strong if he heeds Nature’s warnings. When there is indigestion, loss of appetite, ringing in the ears, dizziness, spots be fore the eyes or palpitation of the heart; any or all of these symptoms point to weakness and loss of nutrition. Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical DiscovCTy is the medicine to turn to. "Golden Medical Discovery” contains no alcohol and is entirely free from opium, cocaine and all other narcotics. 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