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The real worth or W. L. Dougas 83.00 and 83.50
Shoes compard with other makes I 111 4.00 to 85.00.
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S SCRAMBLE FOR DIAMONDS.
9 Gems Thrown Away by s. Absonat
Minded Dealer. 8
_ "Have you got any of those dia
I mends?" is the question of the hoar
in Birmingham. Some 800 precious
stones have been shared out by lucky
prospectors in Vittoria street, and the
search still continues, says the London
Express. It happened in this wise:
In a fit of abstraction John Davis,
member of a firm of diamond mer
chants, while walking down Vittoria
street an a recent morning, pulled an
old envelope out of his pocket and
commenced to tear it up. When he
reached the last section the terrible
fact dawned upon him that it was the
envelope in which were some 1,600
small diamonds, valued at £100, and
that he had been sowing these broad
cast over a public thoroughfare. The
news spread with lightning-like rapid
ity. Shopkeepers locked up and came
to the more lucrative occupation of
picking up diamonds, while for a mile
around an errand boy at his ordinary
work was a phenomenon. Such a
scraping of the street with knives and
sticks had never been seen. As it
happened, most of the lost stones went
down the cellar gratings of a jeweler's
shop. .Ingenious youths fished for
them with a piece of soap attached to
a stick and reeled in three prizes at a
time. Others sat in the gutter sort
ing an anxiously guarded handful of
dirt. Still the crowd grew. At one
period over 1.500 lads were to be seen
hard at work. From noon to seven
o'clock the street was nearly blocked.
When night fell candles, lamps and
lanterns were brought to aid the inde
fatigable hunters for treasure trove,
and the scae presented could only
have been done justice by Hogarth.
About half the diamonds have found
their way back to their rightful owner.
Some were sold to a shopkeeper and
the rest, like the graves of a house
bold, are scattered far and wide. Dia
mond pins will shortly be fashionable
The Frer ci, .:r re ha.rvest I repor'rd to Ile
one of the fine t H nown for a long time, and
tlre i, e cry prospect of wine being cheat
World to End This Year.
This Is the recent decision of oe or the
prominent societies of the world, but the
exact day has not yet been fixed upon, and
while there are very few people who believe I
this predition, there are thousands of oth
ers who not only believe, but know that
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the best med
Icine to cure dyspepsia, indigestion, consti- t
pation, billiousness or liver and kidney
troubles. A fair trial will certainly con
vince you of its value.
The H-brew population of London has
more tihan doubled during the last twenty
years. It is now estimated at 100,(50 and 120,
All goods are alike to PUTNvA FADELMS r
DYEs,ae they color all fibers at one boiling. f
Sold ty all druggists,
So-ot of the province of Tse-Chan, China, is b
underlid with large coal beds, and the coal It
area is -aid to be ireater than that of Penn
I do not believe Pieo's Cure for Consumption h
has an equal S r coughs and colds,-JOHN F
Bovra, Trinity Springs, Ind.. Feb. 15, 1900. a
Two Horses from Queenm
The queen herself has on two occa- tl
sions at least, been called upon to pay e
horseshoe "rent quittance" similar to m
that which the city corporation ren- t
ders to the Crown each year. Oakham, E'
in Rutland, posses a unique and pe- m
culiar privilege, by virtue of which tl
any peer of the realm passing within la
the precincts of the manor has to pay at
tribute in the form of a horseshoe, ni
and if he refuses he is obliged to give to
money, which the bailiff is empowered ca
to take by force. Strictly speaking, p1
the shoe should come from one of his ta
own horses, but the alternative of al
payment in hard cash is usually chos- IM
en, the money being devoted to pur- to
chasing ornamental horseshoes to -
decorate the castle walls. Many of
these articles, including two from
her majesty, given when she visited
the county, first as Princess Victoria
and again some five-and-twenty years
ago, and one apiece from Queen Eliza
beth and George IV.-London Tele
HE phonograph has become
such a familiar object in our
modern home life, and its
mechanism, in spite of its
marvelous ingenuity, is so straightfor
ward and easily understood, that it is
difficult, in giving a description of this
prince of toys, to tell the Innltltu
dinous possessors of them anything
that they did not know before, If one
were asked to name the particular part
of the phonograph which possesses the
greatest interest and which is the most 1
essential to its success, he would have I
MAKING BAND RECORDS.
he to mention the cylinder of wax upon
od which the waves of sound are cut by
ve the dainty little sapphire turning-took
h known as the stylus.
d- The great growth- in popularity of
ti- the phonog'aph, and the necessity for
5y keeping the owner.; supplied with fresh
"literature," has caused the mere work
of manufacturing the records to as
as sume truly cnormous proportions.
The first process in the manufacture
of records takes place in the melting
as room, where the proper constituents to
form the special grade n" wax em
ployed in making the records are
s 'brought together and malted in several
d large vats, each of which contains
about 1000 pounds. 'here are three
meltings in all, and between each the
fluid is carc'ully strained to remove
any hard or gritty impurities which it
might contain; for it is evident that
the presence of foreign substances,
even a few particles of fine dust,
might easily produce fatal irregulari
ties in the grooves of the record. The
frst two meltings take pl ce in the
melting room. On entering this room
the most conspicuous feat-:re is several
large, circular, rotating tables, set
around the periphery of which is a
number of round, iron pins which
form the core of the mold. Concentri
1 cally arJund each of these pinc is
placed a brass sleeve.. The wax is
taken from the melting vats in a can
1 and poured into the molds in the
manner shown in our illustFation. The
tables are constantly rotated, thus
oposte side of the table, where the
wax cyliders are removed. The mov-t
CASTING BLANK RECORDS. hb
bringing the molds, which cool very 0
rapidly, round to the workers on the b
okiposlte side of the table, where the 0.
wax cylirders are removed. The mov- ti
ing table brings the empty molds I
back to the starting point, where they s(
are again filled from thy pouring can.
The cylinders are cast with an inter- tc
for spiral thread, which adds some- al
what to the strength of the cylinder,
and forms the bearing surface
when the wax cylinder is placed w
on the mandrel of the phono. o.
graph. After they have cooled, the tt
cylinders are first reamed out to gage. ti
then edged and rough-turnerd, and th
finally given a finishing cut, the finish cc
MAKING VIOLIN SOLO RECORDS.
MAII(NG VIOLINr SOLO RECOBD8.
turning being done with a fine sap
One of the upper floors of a large
building in the record department is
divided into a number of rooms, in
which the specialists are kept steadily
at work speaking, playing or singing
into the recording machines. One of
our illustrations shows the methods
adopted in producing solo records,
whetter instrumental or vocal. In this
case the violinist stands with his in
strument immediately and closely in
front of three converging horns, each
of which connects with a recording
phonograph. The only difference be
tween a recording and a producing
phonograph is in the nature of the lit
tie sapphIte tool by which the dia
phragm rests upon the wax - eCord. In
taking ti record, Ihe ";ecOgrda sty.
I) ns" Is used, and Sn reproduelng the
record the "reproducing ball" is sub
stituted. The difference between the
TESTING TEH nECORDS.
stylus and the ball is that the point
of the stylus is cup-shaped and ground
to a fine cutting edge, which, as it
travels over the surface of the wax
mn cylinder, is driven more or less deeply
y into the material, and turns off a shay.
Di ing which varies in thickness, accord
ing to the quality of the sound waves.
)f which fall upon the diaphragm. One'
or of t-e first things that strikes a visi
h tor to the record room is the rapidity
k with which the artists sing, the speed
s- being much greater than that to which
one is accustomed in a music hall or
e opera house. Moreover, the songs are
g sung with the full power which would
o be used before a public audience. As
i- soon as the record is made, it is taken
e off the mandrel and placed in a phono
1 graph and reproduced to test its quail
s ly. If there is the slightest defect, it
e is, of course, rejected.
e Among the most popular records are
e those of band music, and for making
t these the company maintains a full in-.
t strumental band, which is occupied
steadily, under the baton of a conduc
tor, in playing popular airs, marches,
- waltzes, etc.
The testing of the phonograph rec,
ords is done in a separate room by a
corps of experts, who are careful to
I throw out every record that gives the
slightest suggestion of a defect. Long
training in this work has made them
sensitive to irregularities in tone and
quality which would scarcely be no-.
ticed by the average listener.-Sciex.
The Eloquent Butter Crock.
On one of the desks in the House
was an old-fashioned gray crock. It
was covered with a snowwhite cloth,
to which clung a moist layer of salt.
It was the simple product-"mother's
butter," from the farm. The jack
knives were dipped into that crock and'
the butter reverently tasted as if it
recalled happy memories of the old
home. There was something in that
butter which no chemical synthesis
could imitate, and although it spoke.
no word-that sample of "mother's:
butter" was eloquent. Many of those
Congressmen no doubt recalled the
days when as barefoot boys they sat'
with the churn between their knees, I
trying to make the monotonous splash
of the dasher drown the shrill whistle
of a chum on his way to the old swim-'
;ling hole. What an age It seemed
before the little white flecks appeared
on the dasher handle, showing that the
butter had "come," and with it an hon
orable discharge. And then at night,
those biscuit, with sorghum syrup and 4
'mother's butter--pure, genuine, whole.
some, which even science, money, art,
political craft, and Congressional ora
tory could not overcome.-The Nation- t
al Magazine. "
Trackman and Motormzn. 0
Motormen and truck drivers are al-.
ways sworn enemies, and in nine cases
out of tin the motorman is successful, A
though just as often the truckman is
the aggressor. On lower Broadway,
the other day, a gripman on i cable I1
car had bumped into a bothersome P
:. :'ca and pusned it, now and then,
I 'r perhaps a block, till the truck dri
ver was fa!r!y bursting with explosive
words. The gripman was having a lot
of fun. Near Fuiton street there was
a halt in the Procession of up-bound
traffic, and the truck, the tall end of
wi'ch pro.ected well behiad the rear
wheels, stopped a few feet in advance
of the car. "Back:" yelled the driver
to the sturdy team, and before the
gripman .new what was coming the
iron-bound end ctf the truck had put a
1bg dent in the dashboard front of the
car. "Wouldn't that bump youea the
driver yelled tauntingly, over his
shoulder, as the gripman, thinking
deeply, itarted his car again mean
time pounding out the dent with a
heavy wrench. It waa the trucaea's
taues to lagh,-New Tork 80a. _
Sthe DIOOAR KINGS.
sub mty Tribute Upom 3leh and Peer
a the Obeye with Ajaert.
If you want to grow .rich in Chin
become the head of a guild of beg
aMe theves or lepers, says the Lon
don Express. Nankin.Pekin and Tien
toaf are the headquarters of the most
powerful of thee guilds, and their
rulers are wealthy and respected. The
"king" of a clan of Chinese vagabonds
of these lasses derives his income
from a tribute rendered him by his
wretched subjects, and also levies a
sort of blackmail on traders and mer
chants by undertaking to keep their
bhops, stres and houses free from the
particular bests which he Controls.
From these two sources he realises a
large income and is enabled to live in
a large houses and keep up great style
In his mode of life. Each clan has a
pint particular district of the city given
und over to its operation, beyond which its
s it members are forbidden to stray. Hor
wax rible self-multilations are practiced by
the beggars of China in order that
their deformities may excite compas
slon and lead to profit. If you see a
blind man soliciting alms in a Chinese
street it is ten to one that he has him
self destroyed his sight. On certain
days the beggars go about in gangs of
from fifty to 150. On these occasions
shopkeepers are only too glad to com
ply with the "king's" demands for
blackmail in order that his subjects
may be kept out of their shops. A
king of Chinese thieves knows every
thing that goes on in his district. He
knows who committed certain thefts
and where the stolen property is. He,
like his brother of the beggars, has a
double source of income. A large per
centage of the profits made by his sub
jects is claimed by him and woe betide
them it they attempt to cheat the au
tocrat. And if a foreigner is robbed
he generally can, by paying the "king"
a certain sum, recover his property.
Property stolen from Chinamen is
never brought back. Every Chinese
city has a leper house outside its gates
and most of them have two or more.
As in the cases of the beggars and
thieves, there is an executive head,
called the "king" of the lepers, who
controls all lepers and makes rules
S and compacts, which must be observed.
These unfortunates are numerous
d throughout the empire. When in the
first stage of the disease they are
e brought to the leper houses. Good
ne care is taken of them as long as their
relatives can meet the demands of the
ty "king." But no matter how wealthy
ed their families may be the "king" evi
Ich dently drains them of every penny,
or and both the leper and his relatives
ire often have to turn beggars. The poorer
lid lepers are assigned to miserable, un
As clean huts, providing poor shelter
en against bad weather.
1o- PRAIRIE DOGS.
it they Have Had Their Day on the Plins
of the Far West.
re Passengers on the "Q" system who
rg have ridden the better part of a day
n-. through western Nebraska and east
ern Colorado will remember the prairie
c- dog. He is numerous in that section
of the country. He lives in villages
and the villages are as close together
as the villages of certain parts of Eur
ope, says the Des Moines News. But
a the prairie dog has had his day. The
e agricultural department says he must
go. Mr. Wilson has decided that the
ig dogs kill the grass and ruin good gras
m ing land. "Tama Jim" has little of the
id love of picturesqueness in his make
0- up. He is eminently practical and his
' philanthropy is of the type which
s*eks to make two blades of grass grow
instead of one. Therefore he proposes
e to relegate the prairie dog to the pic
t ture books and to the stuffed specimens
of the museum along with the buffalo.
h, Mr. Wilson's chemists have discovered
a mixture that will make whole vil
lages fight for the first bite, but which -
Sat the last biteth like a serpent and
d' stingeth like an adder. Under its in
It fluence the hole that knows the prairie
d dog will know it no more forever. The
It frisky, nervous, barking little beast,
8 will Join the innumerable caravan of
e prairie dogs who have gone before.
a There will ,be more grass when the
e prairie dog is gone, and therefore more
e cattle. There will be less break
t ing of the legs of cowboys' ponies and
I, the rattlesnake will live alone in the
h hole antil the summons come to him
Mast Let Sultan WIa.
1 The Sultan of Turkey imagines him
I self a sport. Lately he has developed
a panlon for playing cards for money,
and the man who is unforbunate
enough to win the Sultan's money In
I cars his enduring dislike. Public of
silals permit him to win, and thus
save their places.
Happiness cannot be bought, but one of
the great hindrances to its attainment can be
renioved by Adams' Pepsin Tutti Fruttl.
In the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx,
of New York city, alone there are 145 miles
of asph: It pavement.
esae Oly. Mu of theasses of serious
5ma ouis be oh.ted at one Wtah a deee of
br <u Water, teake in Mine.
hehst are in the Utnited States 80 Berlina
l Hamburn s 23 towst bearing the name of
Pars and 13 that of Londo,:.,
How's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fot
an c-s of Catarrh that cannot bd cured by
Hal's Catarrh lulre.
F. J. Canayr & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We., the undersidgned, have known F.J. Che
ney tor the lIat 15 years and believe him per
fectly bonorable in all buesiness tranactions
and nastclly able to carry out any obligs.
lea mi dyby their frm.
WOuv TaUAxWholesale Druggists, Toledo,
WLn.o, Krxnxr & Maavne, Wholesale
Drigigrtr Toledo, Ohio.
Hals Catarrh Oure is taken internally, sct.
ig drctly upon th blood and mucous sur
fecs of the system. Piic-, rac. p.' bottle. Bold
W llDrugjiste. Testlmenialsfree.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
At a street fair in Wichita this fall one of
the chief features was an arch forty lest
high, constracted entirely of appli
Waasted-At Ones I
Travelang sae men with or without experience
NIO.O0. nd eapen Por p cunnlae write
?ssaeseW TOIaesO WorFo bptord City, Vs.
Autumn manuevers of the German army
were attend d this year for the first time by a
representatilve of the French army.
has the largest sale of any ink in the world
beause it is the best ink that can be made.
The United States supplies the greatest
numbr of visitor from abroad to Carlyle's
birthplace in Ecolefechan, Dumfriesshire.
INDIOTED FOR MURDER.
Kansas City.-Mrs. Lnla Prince
Kennedy, who on Jan. 10 called at
the office of her h'sband, Philip H. goo
Kennedy, contracting agent of the Mat
Merchants' Dispatch company in this Ben
city, and shot him dead, was indicted of j
by the grand jury for murder in the on I
first degree. The phooting was the mer
culmination of a sensational wedding orom
onm December 4 iwhich Kennedy had jew
brought suit to have set aside, assert- whi
nag that it had been foroed. nedl
Clreole'llll a Ii
WHIIAT IS OVARITISP
A dull, throbbing paimn acompanied
by a sense of tenderness and heat low
5- down in the side, with an oecasional
a- shooting pain, indicates inflammation.
- On examination it will be found that
It the region of pain shows some swell
r ng. This is the first stage of ovaritis,
inflammation of the ovary. If the roof
Sof your house leaks, my sister, you have
it fixed at once; why not pay the same
te respect to your own body ?
is You need not, you ought not to let
a yourself go, when one of your own sex
nolds out the helping hand to you, and
will advise you without money, and
it without price. Write to Mrs. Pinkham,
e Lynn, Mass.; and tell her all your symp
MnS. Axex AsTox.
Stoms. Her experience in treating fe"
male ills is greater than any other
a living person. Following is a letter
from a woman who is thankful for
Savoiding a terrible operation.
a " I was suffering to such an extent
from ovarian trouble that my physi
cian thought an operation would be
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound having been recommended to
s me, I decided to try it. After using
a several bottles I found that I was
Scured. My entire system was toned
up, and I suffered no more with my
Sovaries."-Mls. ANNA AsToN, Troy, Mo.
Every cotton planter should
write forourvaluable illustrated
pamphlet, "Cotton Culture." I
ft is sent free.
Send name and address to
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., N. Y.
IN EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLOBE
DR. C. O. BRISTOL'S
Dr. Bull's Cough
Carev a rouh orcotld at ouncd. thaIw
Conquers croup, bronchiEis ,
rippe and consum3Lton. :moe.
USEmpElTAIY Cott CCURE. I
A LUXURY WITHIN THE ,REACOHOPALL!
Bi I BLIND MAN'S "BU rr Is a good
game to play. But you can.
not afford to play It with coffee.
Know what you are drinking!
Know what you purchase!
Uncover your eyes and see
whether you are getting
or some 'theap glazed substitute
Watch our next advertlement. that has been treated with polish
ing materials, in order to hide imperfectlens. Ldok at the
package! Is a lion's head on it? LION OOPPFFEE is the coffee
of purity and strength. Try it once.
In every package of LION COFFEE yTo we fnd a fullr lt stated sad deacriptive
at No housekeeper, In fact no woman, man, boy or gfrl will fell to find in the list om artI
which wil cntribute to their happin a, comfort nd c wmla toeI anad which they may have by
ply cutt out a o etain number of Lon Heads ifm w the .a of owr on pound caled
packages (which is the only form in which this ezasliat aosos sld).
wele s cn. sTaco., Toseo. om0O.
ROBBED ON A PULLMAN.
San Francisoo.-Mrs. F. H. Os..
good, wife of President and General
Manager Osgood of the Seattle and
Benton railway, Seattle, was robbed
of jewels said to be valued at $5,000
on the Oregon express north of Sacra
mento while she was asleep in a
crowded Pullman coach. The stolen
jewels were inclosed in a small bag,
which Mrs. Osgood wore about her
Red, Rough Hands, Itching, Burning
Palms, and Painful Finger Ends.
One Night Treatment
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot,
creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry,
and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great
skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear, during
the night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger
ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms. For
red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching,
feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful
finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful,
and points to a speedy cure of the most distress
ing cases when physicians and all else fall.
I WAS tro &td with bands as- tt s- I tn e th5
Cur ed 15 Culkur a
Od brak thn e blo would Indl rmf ha ity pEacs oahand.
Words never an tel t suffering I ndmid soa thues yeas.
I tried at .a ight ·se u myi d w. w a wh . I c..mm ncd
dotor n. t r d, every o ld u a t was ever thought of w it out one
t's rth d go cgo d a not e i r
I wnould feel o diy moa when rgs up,t n that I had to go to work
wand staind" for t onr s esa ssl h baoft isnfet for upe my job,
ic as in tho wwomsea hr K e lud& t tr mtloa
N. J whto eill vouch fth tv o myy ederigs
urore I ud tot Iwould have b wrap each finger on both hands,
we ould taoe twoho dthe fA weSd b and bld. Some of m friends
who had seen m ands would my, they had such ands they would have
thev amputdd moa wou
t aw ay in disgust.Bt e t t a h geaad o skin c m, it
do not know what me hands are. I never lost aday's wor while I was uhL
It or since, and I have been w hing at the same fminm, and I acids, etc.
THOS. A. QOANCY, 310 MosSg essay St., Trenton, N. J.
( ticura WO t tr d on Taha i HHM
mJsea (eeoa a Sets $w.25 the sad sfethe and
aisleser (sO.) 0e a the tboeLnd s s, oomooa <Wetmst (co.)
am us. pdlbhlsUm isg skin, rdnad bleed hoe.. with lsse hBir, whe Jl e lse oi
broe e world. t = iv. arm Om Wr. Oa., mse prp.- ases., v.. A.
Millions of Women Use Cutfoura Soap
Asssted b~ Cuocura Ointment for Irrarlt..4ph- t nd eLffynp he ki. ofd
ieansing the scal of measta, adbe=adt u t t sci s,
the formn of washes for o L, efensssad forez.L~s pz U
poses which readily suggest themselves to P5om1, and f *,as ifra
the purposes of the tolls bath, and O·se 0. o en, a penusd cand - a tac s.
who have once used It to any othe, a- udnes thar _ _ oathsg
scalp, and hafrof Infants and ohtldrda. Cnnrtpuut ana le ap Codn pri
eritaL deived fromein Cornaia, the g sine ure, wtgase pomesef e ns
and the most refreshing of flower fro no w de" a v oether al6ssied
be compnred with it for preeerwtngajeslfjia. and bee yuartsg skeL tn, - -a
ý*WeO. h . N . aN 231 1033. Ia$s £tS. IS
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