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P02T8 AND ?HB ROSES*
«-buds while ye may,
Is still a-flylng,
nd this same flower, that smiles to-day,
To-morrow will be dying.
—Herrick.
Is fairest when 'tin buddln
And hopo is brightest
r**r-v
The
! from
(s sweetest washed with rooming
The
dew,
And love la loveliest when
tears.
ibalmed I
-8coH.
Loveliest nf lovely things
On
hut Uvea its little hour^
Is prized beyond the sculptured flower.
—Bryant.
The
--fluid !h* sU jgprln file
"Love fo^pSnïïy son
Hence the note of k
O uoth the roses:
Quoih Ihn .sniper
Is its pure
y song discloses,
note of grlef.ltborrn
-"Love's best measure
lent Horrwos.''
—Philip Rovrka Marston.
I* 1
"Z - "The Sweetest flower wild nature yields
the Drst that
A fresh-blown niusk-r
I li
non the Summer : graceful It erew
and that Queen Titama wields."
—Xiati.
Its
la the
se distilled
Fut earthller happy
Than that which,
Grows, lives and dies In single blessedness.
—tihaktpeare.
th
the virgin
•a ini. ' luv
Of all tho garden flowers,
The fairest is the
—Bongaf the tiouth.
TOM RINGGOLD.
4 Bit of Florida Life.
ORACH BROWN
"Who is it?" asked little Evo, with
two Interrogation poiots sparkling in
^ihé deepest of deep bine eyes.
.Hugh, just returned from anew, ring
a knock at the door, s-id, while a smile
wrmkled his round, quizzical face,
"Guess."
Grace, the slender white maiden,
having oanght a glimpse through the
orange trees, of a fliiming head and
sturdy shoulders, murmured with the
oalm omnisoient air that fitted her
^/"•woetly,
"Tom Ringgold."
"Yes; and what do you think ho
watts?''
"I know," cried Peter, short for
Lawrence suppressing a violent yawn
that quivered through his whole hand
some, lazy length. "He wants to lend
his head for a festal torch on
pedition to-day. Ho »spires, Tom
does, to be a ohoering light in the midst
ol darkness. " .
"O, let him Peter! Lot him (ro,
ÜP/rbJ I'jensodo! Tern is good. I like
Le can't help his red head, and
m. a very nice hald anyhow."
^And velu: g Eve's bewitching lit',!,'
aoe took on a Madonna look of entreaty
with clasped hands and upturned
eyes, she executed a series of dances
about her big. indulgent brothers.
A shade of annoyance, born on the
oalm white brow of Gra o,—born oulv
to die of eostasy in the light of the
gold-brown eyes—was fuintly per
ceptible for a moment, as she explained
to her northern guest. Regal Graeme,
that Tom Ringgold was a nice, ki-id
hearted boy, but always so solemn and
distressingly awkward that he Beamed
to carry about with him an uncanny
atmosphere, something neither of earl h
nor Heaven. "He is quite a pet with
mamma" she continued with her slow
languorous smile, "and Eve thiûks
him a model of graoo and elegance. So
of coarse, we must make the best of it,
and invite him to join ns to-day,''with a
•oft little sigh.
Just then the host and hostess, with
their guests, Ool. and Mrs. Graeme,
entered the broad hall ;aud the party
being complete, all started to walk
aoross the Causeway to a rustic wharf,
where floating among reeds and ferns
and bonnets of blue and yellow, lay a
gayly painted
It was a dav
gayly painted beat.
It was a day following one of
and the earth seemed a newly created
Edon. In the rays of the rising
great stretohes of pine barrens were
transformed in to a hall of columned
gold, the bright pools of water, here,
there, everywhere among the tall green
grass, making a tesaelnted pavement nf
emerald and crystal. On every side,
orange groves lighted the ni ;ht of
their durk shining foliage with thou
sands of lamps of gold and green, while
the magnolia, in stately rivalry, hold
ing high against its wealth of glitter,
pearly
Summ
,tbe
pearly oups of perfume, seemed
Hammer, herself, oflering libations to
the deities inhabiung the si
and
and in groups, kept watch and ward.
party walks in
a self-created sphere of perfume, from
roses, jessamine and heliotrope worn
at bosom, belt or in bntton-hole.
Ah, in that group were no old and
> |oung,—bnt all were young that
^he bout was nearly filled, and
spaces;
all,the beautiful palms, singly
Each member of the
mal Graeme began to think the boy
ui the red hair and "uncanny atmos
Ê here," had not been invited, when
Ive poised for a spring into the boat,
drew back her slender foot, and tx
claimed,
"O, Tommy!
A boy of fourteen, the
tessenoe of awkwardness,
feature, stood leaning against a boat.
A shook of brick-red hair hung low
over a forehead and framed a face cov
ered with onormons freckles of ugliest
brown. Added to these defects were
the largo out-standing ears, a stub
nose, and a wide mouth; not
deeming feature I—Yes, one, great,
frank, smiling bine eyes.
At Eve's appeal, he removed hls
broad brimmed palmetto, and came
forward.
"If you will pei mit me, Mr.
Hillson," he said, "I will take Eve
witJhme and be very careful of her."
"Thank von," was the answer, "only
keep your boat near ours."
Mr. Hillson, intent
northern friends acquainted with the
many beauties of the Ockiawaha, rowed
from lovely to lovelier, following for
miles the nnmorons bends in this
orookedest of crooked rivers.
Most of «.he time they seemed riding
on fairy lakes, completely walled in
with spreading cypresses, massive oaks
,,*nd towering palms. Then tree«, dis
I playing in softened beauty through
t veils of swaying moss, the scarlet
I bloom of air plants, and masses of glit
taring vineB, stood deep among grasses
ï WiP/orne and flags anil lilies.
Peter and Hugh busied themselves
in gathering treasures for the herbar
ium of Regal Graeme; and" to _do this,
rowed close to the shore. When 1 say
shore here, I do not mean what yon
mean by the word.
The Ockiawaha
un
da
Ho
wi
I go with you?"
vq^Y qnin
in türm and
making bis
is really a stretch of
valuable timber, draped and decorated
by Nature in her wildest, most fantae
tio moods in all the richest and bright
est oreaticn* of water and sunlight.
A narrow blearing in this forest forms
-riVer proper, but on the right aud
the left the water laps and swirls
about the trunks of stately trees whose
matted underbrush fori
-numerous denizens of air aud water,
least of whioh
IH^^tBin and tho surly alligator.
ll^^Vibe wiiko of the larger boni, fol
pflHçg its every curve and turn, came
thé tray vessel officered by Tom Ring
3 old. He seemed to be acting the
evoted cavalier to Eve, whoso silvery
laugh and song mingled pleasantly with
the jests and oliat of the ocoupauts of
the loading boat.
"Q, exclaimed Regal Graeme at sight
of the Umbrella or Hp'der Lily, lean
ing its star of perfumed pearl against
a clump of graceful fern, "there is sure
ly a dream blossom. Nothing of earth
pan be about it Did any oue ever bold
|k in band? Will it not vanish to the
. touch?"
"Let me try it," said Peter, stretch
on
retreat for
the deadly
w"m£rLnd°thr^baUrr h ôf'°thô i
*"
,., n . ** ,. ,, , I
"" SS?* I
X"t th o:iyrnU~ ,e the in .p g ^;
liliftH hnfe ftiflf. orflftt hnnflhfl« nf hin«
irises and sosrlot cardinals.
Eve received them with a scream of
delight and soon oalled In her most
gleeful tores:
•'Look at me!"
With her slender form half buried
in ferns and branches of magnolias,
her durk curly head enoircled by gar
lands of cardinal blooms, with the
Spider lily ßlenming a star of pearl
her pretty forehead, her fingers
oir 8 £ D «» a % I in 8 | t vSf. 1 K!La P * l hl^ 1
BM. ofLobluTT'e, bubbfmg
With rovnish lanahinr »h« m Indeed
I Pieta« veU 1 worthy th™lme Md
place. rö 7
"What exquisite artistic sense that
child possesses; said Mrs Gaaeme.
Alfe 8 y":ë«fl di 5.ta Image o,
mirth and beauty behind them, when
Tom Ringgold's brown face suddenly
turned a ghastly white; and as aulok as
ight he seized Jtve, lifted her high in
h,e arms, and ,.m bps onrled from the
II in agony, itapou
to call attention to |
ing his whole formidable length fn a des
perate effort to capture the "airy fairy**,
thing. By the help of Hugh and his
father the restless boat was steadied
shining teeth as
with her into the river.
•Is the boy mad?" exclaimed Mr.
Hillsou, as Hugh sprang to the rescue
of his little sister, and taking her from
the relaxing arms of Tom Ringgold,
handed, her, dripping from the brown
waters of the Ockiawaha and pale from
fright but otherwise unharmed, to the
keeping of his father.
In the excitoment of the moment,
Grace
poor Tom, w*ho lay quiet in a tangle of
reeds and water-plants. Pushing to
ward him the boat, they lifted into it
his senseless form.
. . . ,
playmate had,
he n r ,, ,ro , m hor .'«doua poaition
Ihe heat was quickly orertnrnea.
! ' hro " in K the sparkling waters > ta
| treasures of l.fe and death, and taking
le ° !lr '. " "f l o ow ' Ki -t', t H '
! aaddened pleasure party baok to
. " ome -
- Tom remained unconscious, and al
i though, strange to say, no evidenoe of
a snake-bite conld be found on his
I person, he never spoke again,
I In a few days his sturdy form and un
»ttraotive face were hidden from sight
a quiet buiyiug ground on the bank
°f fh® Ockiawaha.
1 some of those blessed hours when
I Earth and Heaven stand silent, hand in
hand, tho' the perfumed air is yet
pu'siug with memories of the last song
of the mnsio-mad mooking-bird, Grace
ant * little Eve sit in sisterly oomman
ton. And they talk of the wondrous
Hereafter and the holy angels; but
©ver and alwayR the eyes of the fairest
angel,—the sweetest singer nearest
a the Throne, are blue and bright and
sonny, like those of their dead hero,
Tom Ringgold,
I il.
The slender white maiden drew
with gentle touch tho helpless
head, regardless of its ngly color,
snowy lap, and pointed to the little
boat flouting
they see? In the midst of the beanti
fnl ferns and flowers, lay the deadly
moccasin.
snake had fallen into the boat from an
changing tree, and Tom, careless
of self, intent only on. saving his little
was seen, snatched

What did
them.
All was
clear. The
The Lottery Obeys the Law.
In view of the contradictory rumors
circulated regarding the intentions of
the Louisiana State Lottery Company
and in order to accurately answer
numerous inquiries, a representative of
the Times-Democrat yesterday inter
viewed Mr. Paul Conrad, the president
of the oompany.with the result express
ed below.
Reporter—Mr. CoDrad, it was assert
ed some weeks ago in the Northern
newspapers, and the statement has
since been revived recently, that the
company is about to remove to Nioar
augna, and there, under a government
franchise, open up the business on a
grander aoale than ever,
.President Conrad—i have heard
something oftbis, but there is no foun
dation for Tfrti The company haB offi
cially stated thl t it bows to the decision
of the Supreme iO-urt and will respect
the laws. •
Reporter—Then have yon no plans
of future action?
President Conrad—I cannot state tht
done at
more strongly than
the time the company decided not to
attempt a renewal of its charter. I
cm only repeat that the company will
continue in business until the expira
I tion of ite present charter and then
cease to exist. I cannot understand,
after all that has been said, why there
Btiould bo any confusion in the pnblio
mind about the matter.
Heporter—Have yon any objection to
my otatiug this as a flnalty for the satis
faction of the pnblio?
President Conrad—None whatever.
Reporter—Some of the Eastern pa
pers, Mr. Conrad, persistently assert
that the lottery company continues to
nse the United Btates mails in the
proaeo tion of its butiness; will yoq
kindly tell me if that is true?
President Conrad—It Is utterly nn
true. We arc obeying the law in its
letter an I spirit, and our agents every
where are instructed to obey it. We ,
are nsing the express companies only
in oar business, and in all our circulars |
printed instructions to all persons ;
dealing with us to avoid the mails.—
Times-Democrat, New Orleans, La., 1
Jane 1. i
I
AN accomplished BABY.
'
"I have a doll that speaks French,'*
remarked Grace. |
"That's nothing," answered May;
"my little brother talks in a language
that nobody can understand." |
Son-Have I your cousent to marry
Miss Tro ter?
Father—Yes—but it's the last cent
you'll ever get from me.
BREAKING IT OENTLY.
HAD ALWAYS BEEN SO.
"Caiberry's sou Tom has married a
sei van t girl.*'
"Well, I'm not surprised. Why,
when he was a little bit of a baby, even,
he used to be with a nurse girl all the
time."
!
NEEDED ROOM. |
Mrs. Grumps(lookiDg over new house)
—What in the world is this vast attic
for?
Mr. Grumps—It's to hold the things
you buy and can't use.
SO ABDUOUS, YOU KNOW.
Codling—'Why, chappie, you look fa
tigued. What's the trouble?
Coi-lin—I
quite tired, Cholly, 1
got up th'S mawnin ten minutes earlier
than usu «J, Inate id of remaining in bed
ten minutes later than usual as I ffmie
ten minutes iaier ioau usual, as lgeue
wu * y °* • j
"I hope our boy won't take after
ammntr, nyth,ngU he Ooe^' e W °" '
amount to anyimng k hedoea
you, either /'retorted Mr. CSudle. -It
he does, he will be a lecturer of the
dulleet type."
DOMESTIC
RNITIES.
TO THB NORTH POLS.
I
i Tho North Polc ' des P it0 the Ion * t '
ominous lut of martyrs to scientific
or commercial curiosity, continues to
I nxert u fascination over many minds.
I fills fascination .lulea Verne has
graphically depleted In hle •'Adven
turer9 of Capt. Hatten». " The
problem at present discussed is
of whether there is land, ice, or an open
polar sea at the pole. An attempt
Is soon to be made to solve the prob
(lern by a Parisian æronaut and a
Parisian astronomer, Messrs Besan
con and Herraite, neither of whom
have attained the age of 30. The
p ] ari they propose to adopt, while'
original with them, is by no means
new In 1870 stbermann, and In
1874 Sivel, published studies dealing 1
Wf**"« 1 »- ° f f achln «
the North Pole by balloon. In com
Blete ignorance of these researches,
Messrs. Hermlte and Besancon, con
celved the same Idea. In honor o(
these researches, winch they later
o, "l'f ÏÏ?
æronautic science, they decided to
call their balloon by the name of
as «»Sivel."
in Xhe Slvel when inflated will meas
n „ 16)260 yardBi and have a dlame .
|^ r 0 f thirty-two and one-half yards,
Xt will be capable of carrying seven,
teen and one-half tons, and will have
an ascensional force of three pounds
to the cubic yard. The envelope
will be composed of two thicknesses
of Chinese silk covered with a new
specially devised varnish, which ren
ders it absolutely Impermeable, and
augments the resistance of the en
to | velope, rendering it capable of sup
portlng^without rupture, a pressure
of 8,400 pounds to the square yard.
The balloon, which is spherical In
shape, will contain an Immense in
ternal balloon so constructed as to be
perfectly and permanently inflated by
3,250 cubic yards of gas under the
same pressure. This is Intended to
remedy in great part the grave in
conveniences the chief cause of bal
lon instability—which result from
hygrométrie and thermométrie varia
tlons produced by altitude changes.
Tho interior balloon la furnished with
two valves of automatic certainty
which will be In communication with
a ventilator moved by electric action,
If the gas becomes thinner the in
terlor balloon can be depleted; If it
becomes thicker the interior balloon
cau be inflated. The Sivel Is thus
always Inflated. The Internal balloon
represents about one-flfth of the en
tire balloon, a needed proportion,
since balloons raised 2,700 feet lose
»bout one-tenth of their gas, Inde
pendently of the los9 occassioned by
temperature variation. The Slvel
will carry several pilot balloons to be
used in studying aerial currents, and
sixteen balloonets to supply, through
its valves, the gas of the interior bal
loon of the Sivel. The balloon's alti
tude will be regulated by mean« of a
trail rope of considerable weight,
which trails as a species of anchor
over the ice.
The car, which Is of osiers, is so I
strengthened by steel armatures
to be absolutely rigid. It is so ar
ranged as to maintain in its interior
a regular temperature. A safety
petroleum heater is used for the pur
pose. The car will be prepared for
all emergencies by making it unsub
mersible and furnishing it with run
ners to be used as a sledge. It Is ten
feet wide by sixteen long, and will
contain, besides tho two explorers and
their three aids, eight Esquimau I
dogs, a sledge, an unsubmersible
canoe, provisions and water rendered
unfreezable by a chemical procedure.
The total weight of car and contents
is fifteen tons. Above the car is a
bridge accessible by a rope ladder.
The explorers will sail from France
In two steamships, in the latter part
of May, 1892, so as to arrive in Spitz
bergen in July. There they will de
part as soon as practicable by favor
able winds from the south. Tho
plcration will last in all y ,six mon ths.
Its cost will be $108,000^ of which
$12,000 is required for tho construo
tion of the Sivel. The cost is de
frayed by Mr. Hermlte and some En
glish capitalists of scientific aspira
tions. While the Idea of reaching tho
North Foie by balloon Is not a new
one, it has had its details on this oc
casion for the flrst time worked out
with great care.—Hearth and Hall.
rren
Explorers Will
ney by en Aei
of
it
ta
H '
to
in
of
of
a
COMPOTE OF 0IIBIIBTK8.
A pound and a half of cherries, one
breakfastonpful of
pound of sugar,
water; choose large ripe oherries, wipe
them about an inch
housewives
two pounds of fine ripe cherries, and
mix them with a quarter of a pound of
picked red currants and six ounces of
powdered sugar; put into a stewpan
, with four ounces of good fresh butter,
toss up over a moderate fire for a few
| minutes, and then let them oool. Make
; a round nnder-ornst seven inches in
diameter, moisten the edge, and put
1 on it a band of puff paste
i ters of an inch high and
them and leave
of stalk, put the sugar and water into
a saucepan, and let it boil for ten min
âtes; then put into it the oherries,
mer for four or five minutes and serve,
when cold, with whipped cream.
CHERRY TABT.
This is a dish for whioh German
justly celebrated. Stone
three-quar
half an inoli
I wide; put the cherries in this, so as to
form a sort of dome, oover them with
' the puff paste, takiug care that it does
not extend beyond the band upon
| which it must be pressed down; wash
it over with white of egg, and bake it
in a gentle oven for about an hour,
| When a little cooled, take the whites
froth and
powdered
»W. »ml cover jdth it your tart,
sprinkle with sifted sugar; color the ;
whole of a pole yellow in the oven, and
serve immediately.
eggs, whipped to a
mixed with two ounces of
'
MEAT PATHS«.
Mince meat of any kind with a very
little onion; add pepper and salt to
.taste, and enough gravy to moisten "
thoroughly. Rut it into patty-pans j
and cover the top with mashed potato |
mixed with a little cream. Pnt pieces
of batter on the top of each and brown
! in tho oven.
I
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it
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66
German
99
rup
Judge}. B. Hill, ofthe i
I
Superioi
Court, Walker county, Georgia, j
thinks enough of German Symp to
send US voluntarily a strontr letter
. . . ^
endorsing it. When men of rank
j and education thus use and recom
mend an article, what they say is
i '
worth the attention of the public,
It is above susp icion. " I have used
y ° Ur p Ge ™ aU feup '' he says ' 'for
my Coughs and Colds on the Throat
Lungs I can recommend it for
H lem as a first-class medicine."—
Take no substitut®. <a
I A HOT WEATH ER VE GETABLE
The possibilities of ths cacumbi
9.T ept for pickling or salads, nrj^M
' w"»*« Ä. JVwed^tüaSVSs^B
other ways.
Oat-one large, ur
cucumbers into thin slioes, strSH
P'atea t. ■m id. i at tnem into a tan
^"»"whUe Ttook "Ithèr^ohiokeu
d fi j mm pr 'gently withont
d » the quantity? for îôrty minutes,
B g with ', alt a nd B little cayenne:
a thicken with ground rice, or arro^
root we t with milk, and, as soon as it
hua îmiled nn draw to the side of the '
fire; a«id half a pint of hot milk, and
the beaten yolks of two oggs. ôervo
at once. The safest way to add eggs
to any hot liquid is to turn a littlefof
1 the hitter slowly into a bowl contain
« iS "ltaSto
the bowl 1 » full, turn it a,11 iura* tie
Teeeel oontumi.g the rest, .till W|g
end when thoroughly hot punrinto(u..
mreea - „ 0DCTMBEna , {
ar0 86 , erftl wayB of preparing
#be 8 i ( f© With a nronll teaspoon re-!
SJove tbe seed?, and fill witfc a nice I
toMmeat'of «"kind; repla-e the 1
piece, and tie securely witu a stoat
. ' w hite thread. Lino the bottom of a
taucepau with thin slires of bacon and
vjol, lay on the cucumbers, then an
other layer of veal ami bacon, three
new carrots, scraped, tl ree^ smallIon
ions, and as many turnips, cover wi h
n a Te iU «â »5*1
J lfter they are n , atly ji 8 b 0 7tA
w i, en abont half done, withVMt
p , p,, e r. Tie the Lalves together. n»rTl
{,u a baling dish, nearly cover with
meat gravy, ami bake until tender. A j
good enbatitnte for meat gravy is»
brown drawn butter,
ououmbkrs sthwhd. |
.X' et d n n • cufc . lnt ® quarters length -1
,viee t \ J r ® flour, »eason, and •
fry lightly m hot butter;pnt toi mto |
" r "^t'J-ateTslo"^/ n^fte^dT I
| d / t ' hu leftBt trifle of ^ugar and a ted
6pooljf d 0 f v i u02 ar to thesauoe; thiok
e £ H | ll!ht i y a nd pour around the
ouu.b is. Sometimes an equal number
0 f BUla u button onions are stewed with
cherry
j n making oherry jam, to every
pound of fruit weighed before stoning,
allow three-quarters of a pound of
granulited su^ar, and half a pint of
red currant juice. Stone the cherries,
and place in a preserving pan; boil for
three quarters of an hour, stirring
ß®" 1 )) • cra ® k about half the ito
and «now the k. reels in ati the
"°n>ent; give «ce stir, and pour
' he > > "' 9 to Cüo1 '
I a i
I Hood'» pm» cure constipation,
modln
V
tl e cucumbers.
lies on a wash hoard ten
m the body. How foolish.
grooei'vtnd
\m.
lots of them.
You wear
rimes as
Huy D.i
; clo
ear. Made
»ii
thN uneli'
Don't laks Imitation. Tu
Within the ras- decade nearly all the .
English bislio s have changed the form I
of their signature Into its Latinequlva
leu"?.
Ladies, ladles, think of the engagements you
have broken and the disappointments oouse
ti< others and perhaps al.»o
ot headache, bradyci'otme
mutes. Fifty cents.
y
que
1
yv
On the once famous Orchard fa'm
in Mit93iiCliu8etts stands a pear iree
whicn was plauted lu 1Ü30 by Governor
n ,« nol t K
i UJJCOU.
- « -
What stronger Proof
Is needed of I he merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla
I rcls of letter» continually coming
lias effected
in the I
In telling of
after all oilier r
I velloUjLj:ures it h
emolftwSiad falledt
At a Raiding [Penu.] wedding the
other day among tue vx ending presents 1
was displayed a liberal consignment of ;
h imo-in.ide soup.
.1 Cured
CatUrrli CAu't
thay cannot
ilTION
with LOCAL APPLI
rent of Hid.
i!
■ ternal remedies,
ternal I y. and
sui'iaces.
cure It y«>
1 1 iiHl'H Catarrh
tl
lire tfo.nl
• „
IîA »
a-t" directly
quaca u.edlçmi
r »J y Ä
of the t>e r. i
pur
liail O
:r»
d
Wu I
h
HC lpt1
. Olll 1)1.1
Ing 'll. «V tty
• -I*
red lents is I
r,
•ndeiful
rli. Send fid
F. J.CIiKj
Sold by dru^glw
Y & CO Frops', Toledo, O.
price 75c.
A Piiil.tdi lpim
that lia 1 been im
by « xhl liting
lattly uiscovered.
, lawyer won a ca e
the courts since 1-14
^signature that \va^ '
. C Sohaubel, Loa Anima«, Ool ,wrlte9
St Bernard Vegre-'
I
I am
table Pills, and h
of i
distributed
one of
equal,
request you to send
, who
my ucqualn
The
Ivedu »ample
ofli nothing thereby; but I
1 1 hat there
i.n
a b
u Is for a young
. 11«.
foi
other pill
quullty t.» the St. Bernard Vegetablo
put in a good word for
you for tho rt
Pill, and

The skin of the whale Is thicker than
that of any other animal. I
places it readies a thickness of several
•nches.
some
I
if you
Ax,«
Ore
iced of being Impose i o
i having the Frazer Brand
ic greasing will laut
There la
will Inals«
i,.
n MK i
that (,
grasshopper soup properly made by a
c impotent cook is one of the tno3t pala
table of dishes.
A Washington cook declares
- I
*" r ®
; Ur. J. n. Mayer, Hoi Aicu ht., rhll a,
!'»■ Ease at once, no operation or de
lay from business, attested by thou
Bauds of cures after others fail, advice
iree, send for circular.__ ,
■ttier name fra
jin 1850 "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
introduced,
Colds, Astln
paralleled.
d their
, and Brouihltis lias been
fur
There ire more bee-hives in thh
Greecp, famous for its love of honey,
lias only '.'0,003 hives.
j
| Ci»im> liDiney Cure for
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Bright's,
Heart,Urinary or Liver Diseases, Nerv
lousness, Ac. Cure guaranteed. 831
Arch Street, Phllad'a. $1 a bottle, ö
I for $6, or druggist. 1000 certificates of
I eures. Try it.
B itter-scotcli is
t fly.
Ou boa, d ship i lia day is divided Into
seven ( *watcher.?'
Beecham's Pills
sale by all druggists.
The South Afrcan milk tree pro
duces a good substitute for cow's
milk.
e a painless and effectual
i">
disorders. 25
I "V I
j ___
fits? All Fits stoppt,! 1 res by Dr. Kilns
B*eat Nerve Restorer. No Fus after flrsfday'
u^e. Marveloue cures. T realise and S2.00 trb
bottleq-ef to
1
ttffiSL I S"Â'kSSî
031 Arch 8t.,Philadelphia, Fa.
' The use of separate pews in oliurches
dates back only to the time of c-he
Reformation.
The population of New Zealand, rn
Bluilin* the 626 508 white luhahltanta
m Oecsmuer ai 1S9 ' and the 41.. 23
Mamis hwoO tu lhe r iomes lu March,
lm>l. ™' U P to 867,031.
I
moods in ls ci
it lytastorln* pe.istaiticaction
' ^ai.
'^ï w Z
H"* A *flJF k
M\/tnl iwl fîTnU'
I VI* 1 |Y|U 1
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tie wt . ke j OM> „v»o,„ UI?rIJ o„ < mforCroupcoMi
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AI^KItAN
IATÄRRH lURE
re-! i ™
I ' ^ T T*. „
1 SÏTfcï.^ÎÂtfl^S'KV.S'îfflliw'iî:
ng," smuingcir "stuffy teeiing" after flrst hot.
a ÿjg -r am,or a,a,lea to any ,a
u yo u think you would like the PEEK: advice
judemtand 0 * *vi h ami it» treatment, write to
w.
h re piy w,u tweeutyou. Testimonials anluymp
*****£ $ -cTe
MHHMÉMMflHI
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Effeilug
I—
Habitual Co
alii
Muruio
II
c
Stove p 0 L,s H
I
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Paints w
stain
off.
lllant, Cl' or
Po
PO»l
I or*gias* package wltn ever
I EWIS* 98 %
■" (patbntbd.)^ med
Tbe strongest and purest
Lye made. Unlike other Lye, It
being a flne powder and paoked
with removable lid, the
Tffifi .SXm'J
Haro Soap In 20 minâtes without
mTw'i.t. itofÄt
■inks, closet», washing bottle^
paints, trees, etc.
PENN a. HALT M'F'O CO„
Gen. Agts , PhlUu, Pa.
LYE
'Ill
J
GARFIELPTEA.,,
reatorusCoui plex »on i cure» Con «II pat ion.
.
I
JAPANESE
pIJLE
CURE
for Flies. External, Internal, Blind,
■ ftn 4 llI J^. ! .55 , „?5!i?S,!2i.« Re fi? ,lt * °*
known to rail. $i a box. »lx for «fUyniaiL
A written guarantee given with six ooxes.
when purchased at one lime o refund the $5 if
not cured. Guarantee issued bv Finnbutt,
MoClurb* Co.. Wholesale and Retail Agents,
No. 112 Market Street, Philadelphia, Penna
A
A Sample Cako of Soap and 128
page Hook on Dermatology
|Sx. und Ritiutv: Illustrated;
on Skin, Scalp, Nervous
, and Blood diseases sent
1 sealed for 10c. ; also
iDistiguremcnts, like
■Birth Marks, Moles
ll,T -*- T -'"- Ink —
LAISOAP
1
;
Mb
impies.
ara
II. Woodbury,
tolo^Ut, ViZ YV.
AN
a
York City,
onfree.atoffio«
i! RESTORE YOUR EYESIGHT.
DiirlJ
Til RAIMENT Or.
„ Li,l % A B - O !. HS Cat ar
» RJîaTlBlKS 1
Diseas d Eyes
, Scars or Films,
alyzed nerves. "NO RISK-."
need. Pamphlet free.
/
THrç RVK, Glen Fap», N. Y.
KILLER.
is I
sheet ■
Outch»r'» Fly
rdf* quart of
e
u»ei
'
FEED'K DUTCHEE DEUG CO.,
Sr. Albans, Vt.
IIL'I I A I O. D. GREEN, Syracuse. N. Y.
litLLU ! want» HOST! Kit* tu »eil NUR.
BKltV STOCK.
i
eiTniTlAVC 6,000belng fllled for World's Fa'r.
M I UAllVnC« pi-,n circulars 10c. Coin. ACMR
Fmü^tmknt Bdrxau, Hex 854, Chicago, III^
To take
8t«ady >»ork. Oco<i j ay «▼erj
, /ast mH Ing »pedouie». •' ompl«
ULK N BROö., BOChwUT, N.Y
»81

1 TRIBUTE TO REFORMED UN
DERWEAR.
The snperintenent of a Harlem Snn
iay-echool was addressing his flock last
Sunday on the subject of confirmation,
I "Now, my dear oliildren," said that
b en, 8 n gentleman, "who
what/confirmation' means? All who
tell me please raise their hands."
held high above the
'he hand was
ragged. He
of a laundress but he bo
the sub
tell
One hand _
(, endg 0 f the juveniles,
flirtv, and the cuff
' I i
I Might Hava Bren Worte.
She-I'm sorry, but our enqage
m ent must cease. 1 can never marry. I
He— My graciousl What has htp
she—My brother has disgraced us.
, H e-Oh, is that all? That doesn't
matter. I feared maybe your father
had failed.—New York Weekly.
!ioved iu his intelligence
ject of confirmation.
"Ah," said the superintendent, "there
is a litile
who knows. He may
rinn ly^explmn the meaning of cou
''flrmauoii."
m__ _ • *,_* >_ _
up.
_ ,ittv
President Adams, of Uornell un*
rersity, believes that the investira
tlons of the German explorer, Rudoll
Cronen, leave no reasonable doubt
*
ColamBn»* Final Re>»tliijc Plaee.
that the remains of Christopher
Columbus repose in San Domingo,
whence they were removed from
Spain about 1541.
I
.. . . , .
°^ er hours,
Had a Good Trad«.
Tti <c eaM that. 12 j n(iaawrèohnrl«» we re
solo by one Now York florist the
1 On the continent glass blowing ia
no longer done by the mouth, but by
"•"» compressed Hit.
lamb so allop.
, . . ., . ' , .
0ne oupfol of oold lamo shopped i
f" e '"ITS,
e» in MM U
the olombs at the top; seaeon
„itü salt, pïper, and bite of butter,
ih.n bake t^ a moderately hot oven
arenty minu
I
J
r'fc'VTTÎ IÎ1VTOVS
^'. y7 ' K >vL'^ v v ^
and reft^netliod and résulta when
gently yetpnftl taJaik en: it is pleasant
Liverand Çow^^te, and acts
tc-m effectually, dispc stfllatidnevH,
aches and levera aid »,(7^
conBtipation . B of F ; Kg ja t
-only remedy ° l ila kind ever pro
duced, p ] eas i„ g to th«, taste and ac
SÄ* 0 'j' 6 , «T? t
its action and truly beneficial in its
prepared only from the most lt
healthy and agreeable substances its
many excellent qualities commend it t
to all and bBV , mada lt the most
popular remedy known.
I of Figs is for sale in 50c
gj bottles by all leading drug
gists Any reliable dn£Et w£
mav no t have it on hand will nro- v
T V rZJy SïfîÎÂ
wishes to try It/Do not accept any
BU bstitute
rAi ichdmia cm ovdud nn
LHUrUnMH riü of Mur bU. hj
san Francisco, oau
UPffiGg
m
#1
; ; .
LOUISVILLE. KÏ.
NEW YORK, N.Y.
B UMOROUS.
A fresh skin—The latest confidence
game.
Beats the norll—The impecunious
tramp.
| A woman's will always has a lot of
codicils to It.
, .
I The wonderful Cheek Of man BOOH
tlmM co ™ ra thre " or four " chera - »
-
Amo.il? tie goods that "won't waah"
is the artie'e known as the small boy.
Wrinkles on the brow are time's en
dorsement of the note for borrowed
trouble.
The bundle on the end of a stick is a
pretty sure sign of the
lost bis grip.
who has
No man Is great enough to veto a
millinery bill after his wife has O. K.'d
ll
Armies aie frequently put to flight.
Perhaps that Is what they have wings
lor.
monthly magazine, ( food
Hoads, seems to be on a highway to
C&M.
Tup
Make friends with your creditors, if
you can; but never make a creditor of
your friend.
TERSE,
Mudge—Oh, I say, old
you off financially?
Yabsley—Away.
8
I, how are
The world is full of men who have
things they want to sell for less than
they paid for them.
The person who is afllic'el with klep
tomania always feels that he ''ought to
lake something for It."
Pedestrian—How la it that this street
much dirtier than the oilier?
Cop—The women never walk here.
_
Hicks—Digby a great man, to
stick to irts opinion 1 . f
Wicks—And yet he gives lt to every
body he meets.
"Mrs. Primmlns Is exceedingly
ne.it.
"Yes. If she could have the earth
she would u't take it because It would
be Impossible to keep it clean.
The giraffe is a t'mid animal. His
long that when his heart
neck Is
comes into his mouth It takes him
half a day to get it back where lt be
longs.
Not
FLY
Caller—Your next-dojr neighbors
appear to be very quiet people.
Mrs. Spinks—Y, s, the walls are very
thin und I s'pose the mean things keep
quiet io hear what we say.

gm.
S
AN APPABENT MYSTERY.
Bingo—I went lo a dry goods store
the other day to settle ray wife's ao
: _n\ and, by Jove, do you know, she
didn't owe a cent!
Kingley—Great Scott! What was
the matter?
Bingo -She had transferred it to an
other store.
VINDICATED.
much for a
'odo for Î10 less than yjurs.
Mrs. Sprlngtop-Yes, my dear, but
she only spent a day lit looking for hers
I« to»"
Miss Minnie Bail—MissOldan Igiddy
was deathly sick of the grip, but recov
ered by sheer force of will.
Mrs. Wan ter Noe—II jw was that?
Mias Minnie Ball—The doctor told
only fatal to persons in ad
her it
vanced years.
SOME DIFFBKBNOE.
Sprlngtop—I met Witherby to-day,
and he said you
a fool to pay so
rap. Hu wife got
a week to find raiue.
siz NO HIM UP.
Servant—Your name, sir?
Caber—Jinks.
Servant—Do you spell it. J-i-n-k-s or
J-v-n-k-e-s?
Caller- J-l-n-k-s.
Servant—Back door, sir.
w
1
In
3 ou
■ be

nag
In Town or Conntry,
should have a bottle of Dr. Hox
Every family
sle's Certain Croup Cure. It lathe only remedy
known that will pretext Membraneous Croup ,
aud acting upon the air p.issaaesof the throat,
it keeps them open and prevents Fneumoola.
No opium. Sold by prominent druggist*. 5Uc.
Manufactured by a. F. Hoxsi», Buffalo, N. Y.
A CASE OF NECESSITY.
Yon B.oomer—I undeistan lthat you
have bought a cottage at the seashore
for this summer.
De Toot ville— I bought two side by
side.
Von Bloomer—What do you want
two for, with your small family? i
De Tootvllle—One is for my wife's 1
tru ^'
-
"1 have come to the conclusion," be
pm Mr Stalate.
AT LAST.
"So glad," murmured the fair victim
«lancina at tha clock
esqnlW
for tho
^ tow " ' 8
studied it, tho more g
lt prcw . It , B bad, be say3!^H|
8tree ts,'in Its police,'and In ltTsaH
t arrangements. The manage
of th / town bs denounoe s as the
nf Rnil „i| d harharism and of
^ time
^ , .
^"î' 1 ' 18 COn . CC, , ted " d ° V Tf\
v °rti3ed upstart expressed his opinion
ttb0Ut ^Tu m ^ tb^v?
wore greatly delighted thewai_ Very |
.few people in Chicago will take any,
pleasure in this latest airing of Kip-.
hj n g' B views,
A great many discreditable thing»
have been said of Emperor William,
but the cruelest story about him that
has yet come across the water Is the
which credits him with a scheme
to force his sister Margaret Into 8
marriage with the dissolute gambler
and general scoundrel, Prince Will
iam of Luxemburg. That an honor
able woman should be yoked to such
a profligate and unworthy creature
under any circumstances would be
most pitiable; but that this Princess
should be sacrificed to the greed and
covetousness of her brother is abso
lutely revolting. These royal
riages are, as a rule, mercenary; but
in this instance the Infamy of the
•System Is more apparent than usual.
ntly strong I
HÉfc^bout I
lar
Rudyard Kipltno has again
broken loose, and this tlrae tic attacks
ihouL York. Ha much has the city
th1*t he seems unable
yils crude but plctur
- vKciv yfv
typwv (Stood?
t had a malignant breaking out on my
below the knee, and wascured sound and i
Deiowinehn«,#
with two and a half DOtuet oi
Other'blood medicines had tailed _ _
» do me aey good- WlLL *- ""** ,
leg
.
Fmark.
TRADE
troubled from childhood with
, and three bottles of
MaNW, j
M»nnviiic. i.T.
Rlood and Skin Dl»ea»es mnlioo
ßwxrr BrEomo Co., Atlanta, Oa. ,
Tv
EX«
ofTe
DB.KILMCRS _
WAMP
!
le
!
J
\M
FtooT
for
Kidney, Liverand Bladder Cure
Rheumatism,
Lumbago, pain In Joints or back, brick dust In ,
urine, rrequont calls. Irritation, lntl Hnmtlon, I
oh I air h ot bladder.
Disordered Liver,
Impaired digestion, gout, blllloua-headacha.
8 Vi AIUP-ROOT cure« kidney difficulties,
JJa Grippe, urinary trouble, bright's diseuse.
tod
of
a
gravel, ulceration
Impure Blood,
Scrofula, malaria, gen'l weakness or debility,
•filed, DruifuUt» will refuud to you the price paid.
At Druggists, 50c. Size, $1.00 Size.
•InTmUdu* Ou
Da. KjJjMkh & Co., BuioaAMXOM«tI. Y.
to HMlth"fr**-Con«nlUtton très»
Catarrh
ELI'S
Cream Balm
Is Worth
CCY't
AM
t
Si.
of
$500
HtfFEVER
To Any Man
Woman or Child
Suffering; From
CATARRH
-, A
HAY-FEVER
Not a liquid
A particle Is applied Into
agreeable, l'rlcu 50
mail.
FLY BROTHERS, 66 Warren Street, New York
8nuff
nostril and !»
Druggists or by
oooeoowwoe
»Tutt's Tiny Pills«
• stimulât«» tlio torpid liver, ntrengtlien il
the dieestlve oriran*. regulate the**
an anti
. Price,
gm. bowel», an«l are unequaled
S billon» medicine. Do»« »in
1 25c. Office, R9 A 41 Park Place, N. Y ,
FOR FI FTY YEARS I
MRS. WINSLOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used bv mothers for their children
wh.*Tce - -- -
îîfWSK
n Bottle.
all jialn, cure» wind colic,
edy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five Cents
CONSUMPTION
CURE GUARANTEED 'üo^Äred.
Inhalation of Medicated
Hpecifics for
IMPURE BLOOD, DYSPEPSIA, RHEUMATISM.
FRAZER
AXLE
GREASE
mmmms
Cntnrrh Is the
I1EST IN THE WORLD.
D , PI»o'« Bemedy fbr
B
CATARRH

tlq 60c. K. T. Ilau'lilM. Warren,
by UriiKKi.sla or will by mall.
The Future Metrop
olis, and ^alirerad
oi 1 ha Black
CIIMDANCE, WYOMING
OU 11 Hills, IVUna9 1 being opened and
w w " * veyed and located.
1 'HK UNION REALTY COMPANY of SUNDANCE, Wjomlng [Incorporated! offer thebest
pian f«.r investi rs. F r value of shares $100j offered lor »60, on easy terms. You buy stock
In this Company and you are ont- of 'he origin»»! purchasers oi acre«» and you te*l In lot», if
ou own alook In this C« mp ny, and ai any lime wish lo surrender It, ihl» C"U>pany will take
be »took at 100 cent, on me dollar and pay you Iu r« al estate at the price at which the Company
1» selling. lots io other parties. Write for maps and prospectus giving explanation of the Coin
nag ^an and all Iniormatmn to the l're&ideut. H. T. SMli'H, 107 Main Ave., sUver Uaiu.
I Center
Railroads belnar
LOVELL DIA MOND CYCLES 00 IT
For Ladle» and Cents, flu styles JC W%
In Pneumntio Cushion and Solid Tires. 1LV g | _ 1
, S*»* O'op Fo»r«r». S'*** ^ VP
A«fjo««M* Ball Baannf* to >!• running p-r*».
T«i
g Padau Sutptnal««
Strictly HIGH GR ADS in ICsrery Pa r tie vl at.
Hrndfl cents!« «Ump» for omr 100-m» illustrated caliH
lo gse of P an»i kifla», iUralvr », Spoiling Boo s«, rfs . (
Ilteyele Clltlspu Un*.
JOHN P. LOVELL ARNI8 CO., Nlfrs., 147 WisMrertoa St.,BOSTON. MASS
M
|
8
fKr
\ß I
COPvaic.Hr
On the road
to health — the consumptive who
roaRons and thinks. Consumption
is developed through the blood.
It's a scrofulous affection of the
lungs — a blood-taint. Find a per
fect remedy for scrofula, in all itfl
forms — something that purifies the
blood, as well as claims to. That,
if it's taken in time, will cure Con
sumption.
Dr. Pierce has found it. It' s hij.
"Golden Medical Discovery.iyÉMj
a strength - restorer, blood - cleoi^^
I and flesh-builder, nothing like it ia
I known to medical science. For
very form of Scrofula, Bronchial,
and Lung affections, "Weak
Coughs, and kindred
ly remedy ao
-
ll (l.»CR
If
ease, you ha
You get well,
you get PB
That's what is promised, in gooa
faith, by the proprietors of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Kemedy, to sufferers
from Catarrh. The worst oases, no
matter of how long standing, are
permanently cured by this îlezn»dy.
__
||
R. R. R.
ADWAY'S
READY REUEF
PBETBXTt
CUBES
Colds.
Coughs,
Sore Throat,
Hoarseness,
Stiff Neck,
Bronchitis,
Catarrh,
Headache,
Toothache,
Rheumatism,
j Quicker Tlian Any KnO
hoW soient 0 r excruciating the pala
the Kheumatlc. Bedridden, Infirm, Crlp»tod.
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated wltn dlssaMC
Neuralgia, Asthma,
Bruises, Stiralrt#;
Remedy.
may suffer.
HADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease.
! INTERNALLY-A Half to A
naif a tumbler of water
teaspoonful tn
ISB^H ■ a few minutes
e Cramps, Spasm», Hour Stomach. Nausea,
Vomitln;; Heartburn, Nervoiwnes», Bleeplesa
Headache, Diarrhoea, Colie, Flstu
d all Internal palna.
a In Its various forms cured and pro
la not a remedial agent in the World
cure Fever and Ague and all
(aid'd bv KADVVAY'J JILLS)
as RAD WAV'S READY RELIEF.
le Mai
yented
There
tlwt will
!
quickly
Bold
Prloe SO muta.
ALL UKUCOISTS.
LIVER COMPLAINT,
The liver, the kidneys, the heart, the lungs
the most Impo
•nd theutomach
necessary for
fherefore the duty o
for hl» bodily health
condition
organs
preservation of Ufa. It Is
of everyone who
all
good
po-wible. But while the heart, the
ordinary oonstltu
In
lunnsnnd the stonu
tod person can endure a pretty
without stopping In their work, the Ilrer U a
rery sensitive organ. The least Interrup
tion In Its activity Is noticed
disagreeable manner. Herlooa pr*
plications may arise thereby, for whj/u
physicians have Invented a large yftumber
of long Latin names, and whlett. If
attended to promptly, are followed by long
and painful diseases and frequently by
death. Ordinary people usually c ass all these
diseases under the general
Ivor complaint. Ti.etr symptoms
easily recognized. A yellow color of the
skin, particularly of the white of the eye,
a disagreeably bitter bilious
mouth, a thickly-coated tongue, loat of apj)*
u»« • oi.liKe for meats, combined -*#10» U e adfc. - '
ache, lightofferer, «to., i'ie«* are ua-'
falling signs'»»«jhfinyfr « ,m£ if order. As
inore «yiiiptoma appear
in a
the
*
b#
Iri the
t Is n-'oessary,
sickness, to remove from the inter all Super
fluous bile and nil waste matter, to pr -mote
llie free circulation of the blood, and to gently
stimulate the capricious appetite. Thera a no
better remedy to accomplish this purpose
Si. lier nrd Vegetable Fills, which hnve
Justly celebrated for a long Mine. They ar«
prepared exclusively from the best medicinal
herbs or the Alps, whose healing IngreotenU
»re made up by competent persons In the form
of pills without the the admixture of any min
eral substanoe.s. The 8t. Bernard Vegetable
Fills can be obtained from any flrst-elaes diuw
elst. if your druggist» haven't them, »end 25
cent« to -8T. Bernard " Box 241«, New Y
City, and you will receive »aiue postpaid by
mall.
■ h.'.
011
ANAKCTIS gives rn
■tant relief and I» aa
INFALLIBLE
ft r PILES. Frtca» $l|at
druggists', or by maiL
B impie» Free,
••AnakosU."
New York CUjf.
- Midi
4
Ü
Addroasi
Box 2414
GOLDEN WAFERS
combined with «he celebrated VOLTAIC
ARMOR BELT will
NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, DEBILITY.
SEXUAL WEAK NESS and Com pll
Full particulars »ent you lu a plain, scaled
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