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Malaria and tata. TIIE anticipator.
tram tha Journal. Wilmington, Ohio A tw lv nln.-e a rrjrwnlllv of the Journal drove out to glelvin to are Mrs. Jnhn Arraamlth. In tho course of III.- conversation. Mrs. A. detailed tho tints of hr cure: "Last July." Mid Hi, "from undue xtoeur In my work ahout the farm, I contracted malarial fever and rhru giatlsm and suffered fiiuu the lllu.as trratly. I could tint throw It off. and lltliouidi couaiantly atwn.lrd by local l.liyeleluna, continued to (ruw worse. In tV.lemler I raught a severe cold! fciileh greatly liu-iruwd my other tnuiblra, and taking to my 14 thera I lay fur montha Th. rheumatism rf more aggravated, and fur otght hiii wk prior to iaal t'hrlntmaa I aaa rfr.tly hrliilft. my llmln below the lila l.elng ua If paralysed, and I having no uaa of thrm whatever. I :ould not help myaeir in any way. and aaa not a III.- to even turn over In r4 uiil. au my hual.aiid or some on elan am. n. I turn.-1 me. Mrdli lites which the disllaha left did no good, and li.tMng- I rnuld take afforded any re li'f. I wna rtlaeouiagrd and feared that iiev.r again would I lie up and iixnit the house. It aa anything but brlitlit prospect, for I waa but Iwen ly years old. and had been married wly two years, and niy 11 Itefora un and to go through It u helpless .ripple .a burden to my friends, was a fearful fate to think of. "I bad I end In the Wilmington Jour nal from lime to t . urn. e-a telling f ll wiiinl.-ifiil ruira whirl) had been ifTn-ted by In-. Williams' I'lnk tills, and hud become liiipn-iiscd with the "'" where they had milord persona lo till and recover who had been a Olplesa aa I waa. t'onsultiiig my hua band, we determined to give them a trial ho he drove Into Wilmington, tnd. going to III' drug More of (irorg IV llrown. bought three boles of the ,Mlla. I brKHii taking tin in Inunertlata iy on hi return. Ihnt .m alxiut the lira! of the pira.-nt year Hcfme tho liral Ion waa gone I hrKHIi to realise Unit I wua getting belter, und by the llior I liiii-h'-d ihe second Imh the lain allli whlrh I had be. n aulicilng lor marly als montha and thr dla-aan Mhlli hnd ma I.' tiic bilples foi right Wecka On... euicl rntnrly, ami I got 'J I took, tin. third box of the I'll) ' nd have never f-It a talngr of rheu- I, . at iiin since, and I am doing my dally oik mid let ling aa well aa anlidy." Kwoin lo b. fore ni" and auha-rlhrd In my i.ieaeiKi'. M Wllinington, uhlo, l hia .'.dli day of June. I I', q. lUU'KIUtANT. t'leik of Court. It Wlllhina' I'lnk I'lIN for I'ale 'eo.e ate now glM Il to the pllblli- aa in untitling bl'H.I t ! 1 1 I . r ainl nerve lentorer. ruling ull f.'tiua nf weukn.a ' ilalug from a wut. ty i.nplitlon of the bio.. I ..r ahaiteied iimii-k. The aro noil ly all L iilera. or will l4 eent . at j.iitd on M i. l.t of .i i. e i:..i criita a box. r nx box- g for l:.'.o lin y are n. ver aol I In bulk or by the Km) by ad ilreaalng I r William Ninth Ine Com- any. K-I.i n m -lady. N Y. Il i-u'l ilr.t li tlisl iari' Hunt inru; III tli nill.iiiirf and iii;!ri Ihkl reteili il. Tli ( u I : i n artii lo in tin- July Hum (rr l '1 l.o ( rnltirr i li Marinu Cranioril, II v lliir.l ni hia gii r t n Koiiif. '1 lie Irtntiapiri'i' of lnr hum lrr ! ioi trail of I'.ulow, I lie piaiilal, to gi'i-oliiiauy )i rrtf n I'ollrrliuUl 'ni a:u I'lloice ol one ol hia upl , li ruar.l lloi Li Iiiitui, whli-li .lari g llulow iu a Uui.Vy I'n'.t- brfoir I he I'tiblir. A iiovrlrtie by H. K. How tl . u -!'! I of. Saratoii," ubijiun, and ll.rre ia a ilirt ol Ihe Cluurae i larler ot hi I ram ir i by ( lirater II. ii py Krrnal I, rtnilinl -I be Pot ol I ribl ul I loom " 'Hie lonl. ula of the iniiiibcr l.o ni. In. b g nuiiibrr ol lujiict proinitirul in the ibiic luiuJ Hit ulill Lata are ho louyr worn by any oi.r but I'rraibrrt u I vil'ianJ tm tlio lxr. hatleeal liulit Caaveaiiea ai 4)1 I iiii., Jaly tta l. lawn. Oil ib n llllt of III.. aleiVl lueiilloll. il attrmlloii the Irmi Mount. nu Uoiit.' l!l a. II tl. ki la from nil ioiula on t It lu.e to Kl. l..ou for one f.ile for tin1 round lr:;i. 'I i. k is ill n on a:ilf July I'.nh. I'oih iiiul J t -1 . ultli lliml I. inn f. r I. turn July L'Tlli. Wrlle i r t :i II on ii ut niittlvf of I ho l oin i u.y for full Inf. .in. it ion. J. ('. l.i wl. I nnellnc r.i'. iv. r A;i iil, Atlatlti, I l.n. l iar aip I n-o ttii n i o nuiiirroti '.ml niter k nliile a in.in w iil ioprou li Um e in liiiiui'ir. t T3 I tr- rn l . . I r r- r a .l..rnf.t... . ..! r KIOM-'a i. ai era fceiMrr. r i - e J . . .... . . ai -e a. iMi. a. .a. l4.ku.k.4iAriiti. I i.i a r.ra A rnli'. lieu a iiMii l:k well, bo Ulkt too lii'i.'li. llali'a 4 ataria 1 era ii a conitUuti .nal cure. I'.-io TV. Willi many .nl tirtiie i tioUiiiig uinrp tlmti Uarof lie in; louinl out. I - J SSN' WWW Gladness Comes J- With tt tu tler U!n!rp.t.mliiip of tb truna'i'iit n.ituiT nf the many liya-li-al blss vhieli vuntsli U'fore jr.'r r( furtN -nentl.M'lTiirl'. -plrasanl rlToi U rik'btly ihroi'tril. 'llific U comfort in Hie kiiole.lrr, tliut . many (..riuttof i. Unrv air not ilue to any ui tual ilia nw, but aiuiply to o imstinliiliHiiuli ti.ui of llm m 'tom, whirli tbe pleasant family laxative. Mrupof Kip- rnmipt ly r'iiior. Tluit ia wliy il ia tlio only remedy Willi tinlliouaof f.imilira, and i. every where csU'i'iiu'.l ao lij;lilyr by all vlio'ra'.uf k' "'l ! U!i. bem-m-lai rffeotg re tine to tl o fart, thai it i th pne remeily wlii. li pmnioteg internal rleanliitr' withoul Uol'ilital ingf the orgun on which il u't- It it therefore all Important, in order t pet Ita Wne ll.'ial eflei ta. to note when yon ptii clge. tlmt you he tlio renuine arti 'K n liti'li i ingnttfactmrd b tbe Call foruia I if 'srrnp Co. only anj aold by al! ri'putable cb turrfist. It In Hie rnjoyment tf tr"ox health, and the ayntem l re(,lar, laxatiTot or other remeiliea aro then not needed. If Btllioted wllh anv aetnal iliaease. on mny bo eommrnileil t the niot akllh'ul phiaifiana, but if in need of a luxatire;, one should he the lieat, and with t.C well infomied eTerYwherc. Syrup ol l"itfUnlg liiaTst aud U ntt largely ad and gWe moat geuera wtu-factiou, linR. "What a queer rteyll I am! My tin mli atitehtom pipe oddly In me. It'g gtr.'inr.". devlllhli at ran p;e; ninn'a bill a mouth plere. and eraiy at that. How long hag Mill laxt thing been balrlilngT The glory Ig old, yet new. Gibbon hall have It It wilt ul gult blm. I.lltle begat, little horror, little bog. with a divine gold ring of appreciation Iu bin prubblng nnuut." lie drunk half a tumbler of whliiky and tumbled Into bed. Ilia uilml rgn riot. "My ego'g a bit flMiiireil." be aald. "1 oucht to be ean-ful." And ere he fell galeep be talked roll wluiia noiiMehae. InroiiKruuilg Idea linked thetnw Iveg together; he gneered at hlg brain folly, and yet be 'raid. He uaed morphine at lagt in ui h a big doae that It tourhed tlio op tic center and ubjeetlve lightning flaKhed In hi dark room. He dreamed of "At Home." where be nut big, bmtal llurford wearing a great dia mond In big hlrt front. "llouglit by my conveyed thought." be gald. Hut, looking dowu be per ceived lhat he had a greater Jewel of big own, and goon big goul melted Into the conteiiiplatlun of itg ray, till hi cunacluiiHiii'Ng was diaxipatcd by a di vine abkorptlun Into the very Mrvan of Light. When he woke the next day It wa already late In tbe afternoon. Ho a ownonie by yeaterday'a labor, and, thuiiKli much lea Irritable, he walked feebly. The trouble of pouting bla atory to Gibbon aeenied aluioat too uiuch for him. but be gent It, aud took a ab to hi club, where be gat almoat .otnatofe for many hour. Two week afterwarda he rerelvid a note from the editor, returning the lory. It u good, but "llui foul aent me a talo with the mine motive week ago, and 1 accepted tl." Kaplan gmaahed bl thin white band on hi miuitelpicre, and made It bleed. That nltsht he got drunk on cham pagne, and the brilliant wine aecnied to nip nnd bite gnd twlat every nerve and bmln-eell. Hi Irritability grew o extreme that he lay In wait for auhtlc, iinranrelved lliiulta, and medi tated morbidly on the gte-t of Inno f lit atraiigeri. He gave the waller double what waa necegiary, not ! came It wa particularly den rvej, but bi'iauae he fell that the allghteat lign of discontent on tbe waller part might lead to an uueoiilroilablv oulburat of uug r on hi own. Next day be met llurford In Picca dilly and rut blm uead with a bitter lieer. "I daren't tpeak lo him I daren't," he inutti red. And llurford. who rould not quite underatand. felt outraged. He hlma.ll hated Krplan with the hatred of an outpand. oiilij.ll.d rival. He knew hi own aork linked the diabolical cer tainty of Esplan'a- It wanted the fine phraae. the right nd word of color. the rush end onward mirth of due finality, tbe bluer, exact conviction. the knowledge of biitnaulty thai lie lu inheritance, the exalliu experience '.but prove received Intuition, lie waa, he knew, a aiurea.'ful failure, and bin nmblili.n wa gieater evtn than K: Lin'. Kor he a a gnedy, gia;i ing. eriirlent, and bla hollowneaa waa ubtlit' evin b foie I'fi'lau proved II ttllii hia wntii'li.g tomb. "He tki ali.it I have done, and due II better. It malice, traiice," be tirg.d to hmi!elf. And whia l'-sjl-.n placid hi lant htuty and the wurld renieiubt red only lo lurgct lu It while-hot brllllanie the ni'il inaie of Ittirlor.l I'arl jewil, he frit hill .ure within liiui. Hot be in at bi thought down for aabile. and unit on Ii! llltlo, labored way. The amviaa of this a'.ory and llur ford blttrr eclipae help) d Kaplan gtcally. and be might have got aatier If oilier influence woiklng for tub cry In bi life had not hurt biui. Kor a crr :.i:ii ei:ic.n d.t .l. cue whom none knew l.e km, and be iluni; lo morphine. ahlcSi. in it lniteae. hi lped to throw hi:n I. iter on. It work a one ho build n tin iu higher and bli.iier )ct a-.i.UKt the riMir.g aatcr. und tbe inah uuisl ictae. And al lj-t it dl.l come, for llurford had two rtnrit. teller I ir than bl usual wurk, in a ni.';.:iliK' that Ki plan almoat bM.kcd on a hi.; own. They re on Kaplan' ery motive, be had thim almort ready to wrlle. The gllng of Ihl lnt bitter blow drove bint 1 0 j Iiis lotttlitig bajance; be conceived iniudir. and ploiied It brutally, and Ihen aubtly, aud became dominated by li, till hi life waa the flower of thr ! Inanne motive. It altered tiethlng j whin a rev Ira er pointed rut the clote ; rcM'tnulance between the two tnen'g work. and. exalting Kkplan'g gciilu. placed the writer Ixyoml ull cuvil, the other below all place. Hut that drove Hurfurd rrnxy. It aaa o bill it ly true. He ground h'.a ticth. and hating bl own work, haled worae the man alio detroyed bin own roncei:. lie wauled lo do harm. How choulil he do II? Km Ian h.ul long alnce gone under He wn a homicidal maniac with one man 1 fo.e blm. He cmierlvid nnd wrote m heme. Ill doileg ran lo 1 1 .. -n. .. ,., , t ii i , i . , . 1 ill. i. i. I. nv i.do n.i.i inii,aio..i ineaiia. diH'g I Khali feci that Huifur.t U very I .... , . .... to i i. .. i i i .. ........ . i . .. i r... lir liiui uii. nii; none wie in', il. .u. wild day he almost i;ar blmaelf up V eotirae, admit It lati't plagiarUm," if, lil Carter lplan gavagely; It' fate. It'g the devil, but Im It Hie le Irrl lalinx on that n.: coiinl? No, tin!" And he tan hi band through hi hair till 11 Ktoo'1 on end. lleahooU with f. hrlle excitement, a red it burnt on either cheek, and bla bitten lip l"l tred. Confound llurford. and his par ent, and bla ancestor! Tbe tooU to him that can handle, them." be added, alter a pauae, during which hi friend Vincent curiously conaldered him. "ll'a your own fault, my dear wild man," an Id he; "you are loo laiy. He r.lde. remember thee Uilng-th"" uiillona, Diotlvea are In Ihe air. Orlg Inallty I only the art of ratching early worm. Why don't you do the thing a anon a you Invent tbm?" "Now you talk like a bourgeois, like a coin menial traveler." returned Kap lim angrily. "Why doeanl an apple tree yield applea when the bhmnomi are fertilised? Why wall fur a-inmier. ami the Influence of wind a-d ky? Why ilon't live chicken buret new hid egea? Khali parturition lr-d ud ilen on eomi plion? Iildu't the motin laln labor lo bring forth a rnmi.-? j and hall " "Your work of genltn not require ig portion of the eternity lo h!ih I Ihey are demluod?" I "Stun"" marled Kaplan: "but you ! know my method. I rat. h Ihe ugge.- Hon, the floHling thiatle -down of thought, the till.., maylie; gnd then I i leave It, perhap without a note, to jthe brain, to the aubllmlual concloii 1 lien, the iilii-oiia loiia gelf. The atory jgroa In the dark of the Inner per i petnal alrepleaa aoul. It may be reject- e.l by the artlMir tribunal altling there j It may he bidden to aland ashle. I. Hie outer I, the huak-caae of herel jllin. know nothing of It. but one day I take Ihe pen and the hand write It. Tbl l the automat im of rt, gnd I -I I m nothing, the laat only of the eo:i- eeae4 Individuality within me. Pir jhipg a dumb anemtor allalm gprerb. and yet the t'ompb g Kgo Kplan muat be anticliialed In thl way." Ho rofe and pared the lonely rlub nioklug-room with Irregular gtepg. Ill nerve were evbbnlly quivering, bl brain wa a lid. Hut Vln -enl, who wa a phydiisn, Mt deeper. Kor Kaplan' ap.-e.h wgj J.rky, at times he nu axd the right word -the loco motor reu'en mere not un.br control "What of morphine?" he thought. "1 aonder if he Ig at it again, and I today without hi quantum?" Hut Kaplin burnt out once more. "I ihoulil not rare io much If Hur forl did them mell, but he doean't know how to write a ttnry. !ook at the !.mt thing of mine of hi. I Mw It b aplnt and alive; It ran and gang g very Maenad; It ha 1 red blimd With blm It aaan't even born dead. H iiiraka puppetry, and leak aaadtiat. an I moven like a lay fcurr, and nie!li of nint tniinil. at minufartnre. Hut I rin't do It hoar. He h.m gpn.lt It for eier. It'a the thud t.me. Ciirar hltn. and my I'l.V I aoik when 1 must." "Vo.ir I'.iKIng H ie;y f rl.. I.; to jou." i aid Villi-, nt lazily. "After all. a hat diK-a It matter? What are ftorlei" Are they li.it op: it-a for cowar.ia' litea? I Would rath- r Invent aome lit tle lna:runi ni. or bu l l a plank bridge i I'D 11 :-M "HON'T TALK tliKAl, ItUTYCOCK." , g.'ior..' a tii-.id ly alivaui. Ilia.) ailiu (lie : beat of them." KM'hltl tutted o I blm. "Well, well." ne alimvt nhotncj; I "Ihe nun who invent) d c'lilarofurm ! a great, and the matter of It are Uielul. Call morlcj ihloral. Riorph!a. hritinldcg, If you will, but they give r.ve." ' When It might be belter to ue blUlcr " "Itot!" answered Kspl.m. r-bli ly "In anv r.iM-, vour talk la bile. I am I, i 'and wiitern tire wilier-i mnall, f you j ! will, but a result and a force, (jive i me a nil. I'on'l talk Ideal poppy- fnikl" I lie otderel liipieur brandy. Af'.er ; dunking It bis apnt (handed a la He. : und !) milled. ! 'Irh:in II aun t occur again. If It much In my way. I shall bav "Stay, enough, enough T' he cried to bla gepurate mad mind; "11 la already done." And tbe shadow were very dark alto ut blm. He turned to go borne. Then came Immortality to htm In gtranga ghgpe. Kor It aeemed a though bl ardent and confined goul bunt out of hi narrow brain and aparkled niarv)''"ily. Klghta ghow ered gbout him. .-nd from a rose iky lightning flauhed. and he heard awful thunder. Tbe heaven opened In a white bluae, and be agw unimaginable Iblnga. He reeled, put hi hand to bla atrbken head, and fell heavily In a pool of hi own blood. And tho Anticipator, horribly afraid ran down a by-gtreet. The Sketch, A CONSTANT QUAKE. gartloa af Btreet That taal I'arpelaal Aa- "Itemove blm?" gsked Vincent. "No, but work quicker. I bavi rome. thing to wriie moil, It would Just anil hl.il to spoil." Tin talk changed, and onu nfier w.inl.i the fiiendi p.irlrd. Ksplan cnt In bla chamlHi In Hloouisliury. lie paced hU Ittlnit roum Idly for a few minute, but after nhlle he begau 'o (eel the Imotilsi' In hi brain; h.i finger Itched, the reml-autoniatic mood ca nu. mi. He rat down and for thl i proleptlc death. Thus bla imagination burnt and flamed befoie bis I'onrclvi d path. "HI do It, 1 11 Jo It," he muttered; ami t the club the men talked about blm. "Tii-uionow," be wild, and then he put It off. lie must ronslder the art of it. He led It to bmirgcou In bl fer tile brain. And at laat. Just a he wrote, action, lighted iiii by gttange t.ilHirlaaeaa Molina. A section of 2i'.th gtreet. New York. daily rujiiyg censatiun ilmllar to those rails, d by a constant iii-i eshl(in of earthquake ghoek. gay the New York Journal. Kverythlng In the vicinity tremble aa If guttering from a mild attack of Ihe ague. It la really per petual motion. There I a clubhouse In this ieetioti right In the center of the trembling district. A recent visitor, one who had not been there before, no ticed that object on the mantel or else where always moved slightly anil that he himself felt a strange vibration. The friend with whom he was dining laughed at hlg uneaslma. It'g alway that way here," he gald. "It'g only a little shake, perhap the hundredth part of an Inch, but it' perpetual. Some t'ay I fear the building will shake to pieces all at once. Just like the 'wonder lul one-hok hay.' The cause? (ill, It'g thul !) trie light plant oppottltc. Kn glni and dynamo running all the time. Knough gleam power I exerted to blow the block to Jericho, enough electricity generated to light a iuaro mile brllllnntly every night. All the hous.i around here shake. I remem ber when thl block waa a moat ex clusive residential neighborhood. Now at least half of It the half that shake most I given over to small shops gnd cheap theatrical boarding house. There' one plcasanter aspect, how ever, to this vibration." Then the clubman perform) d a pleasing experi ment. He requested the caterer to bring him a gian or milk, gome rum, b-e and ugar. These he blended, after which he placed the glaag upon the window gill. "In three minute." said the clubman. "It will be a perfect milk ahaUe." It wa no exaggeration. The vibration, though annoying, at least supplied one want. UNCLE DANIEL. Waaler Ha Haaaaaaberral Ilia Graa4 taoihar'a llwalal apeerhaa t'nrle Ilanlel waa one of the char acter of the Faro valley. He waa always bubbling over with droll peetiie. aay the Youth' Companion. At one time he adopted a city-bred boy who gave him gn-at annoyance by not falling In with country way Vncle Daniel tried hard to teach him to mow, but In vain, and after a time the old gentleman waa heard Inquiring at the village for a "small boy about 4 year old " "What do you want him for?" aome one asked. "I want him to ride on the heel ol George' arythe and keep It down," waa the answer. Again, when It waa the custom of the neighbors to "change work" In dressing their pork, the wrgter bad cooled somew hat before I'ncle Isxnlel's bog was Immersed and the bristle did not yield readily. Tbe other men. at a little, digiance, were succeeding bet ter. "Ig your 'boat ready to Mhg up, Daniel?" Inquired a brother butcher acroH the way. "Ye.i, Joe," wn the disgusted an- w-r. "If you want to hang him up by the hair of hi bead." lil neighbor complained that the squirrels were eating their corn, but I'ucle Daniel boaaled that be had no trouble at all. "Hut how do you prevent It?" they asked. "I never plant any outside, row," he answered wisely. Then It was remembered that he did not plant corn al all. A gentleman onre asked him if be could remember hi grandmother. "I gur-ag I ran." gald I'ncle Daniel, "but ot.ly gs I saw her onee. Kather had been awgy all day. and when he came home he found I had failed to da something he expected of me. He raught up a rough apple-tree limb and walked up to me with It. firgnd niother gppearel on the doorstep with a amall. g'ralsht gtkk In her hand gnd Insianlly handed It to my father. "Here. Joe.1 aul J ahe. 'lick Daniel with a smooth stock!" And he did. Who wouldn't remember urh a grand mother a that?" Campaign button are now on. True nobility shows Itself, In doing food. Mr. Pare Ig a Katuaa hora buyer. He'g htrd to beat. The lovernmeni houM gerve not the palltlcla&a but tbe people. Emperor William bag taken 100 bookg oa the financial queitlon away with him oa a crulae. After he ha read them all "01J Subscriber" will explain to him what tbe facta really are. cpala wan: f X'-tttx ay ana i needg It If gha excreta to hold IlnTf..... Some folks make a specialty of Ing out crasgeg carry. for other p1 r of i : v -"Vol ii It would be too bad to have a r" with Spain, Juat h3 the base art ail ing at their bet. 1 Her la a decision that abould atstjl A Washington JuJgg has deedd Us! twUUnc a cow'a Ull I cruelty to asl- BlaJa. Sarah Ann Angel of ftouwa Point, N. Y., claim that ghe wag married to the late Jay Goula" away back In April. 1813. and therefore la entitled to a fee of the mlllUn that Jgy left Sgrah 'Ann haa certainly taken her own lime an revealing tbe secret. A MOTHER-OF-PEARL llalll j HOUSE. aef f t., n- ., 11 ously. It was 3 In the afternoon when be I began work. At 10 o'clock he was st til i at his diMl;, and the big table on which It stood was strewn with tobacco asheg ; and many pipes. Ill hair ggaln stood : on end. for at Intervals he ran hia ; damp bands through It. HI eye alt , ere. I like opals; nt times they sparkled n. almoitt blaied, and then grew dim. He changed at each aentrnco; he mouthed hi written talk audibly; r.-.ch thought was refle.ied id tils pale, mobile fare. He InughsM and then groaned; at the rrlsi leans ran down and blu.-red the already Indecipherable script. Hut at 11 he rose. gil.T In every limb, nod glaggenua. With dilbcully l he picked the unpaged leave from tlv? J The karalaa Jw The Karalm Jewg number 3.000 oi l.ooj gnd live principally In the Crimea They apeak a Tartar dialect among tbemseln. and ethnologlcally are much more like Tartars than Semite. Their own legend. In fact, permit the assumption that they were Khazar gnd were converted to Judaism In the eighth century. Their fcrm of Jmlalnu itinera from that of the 5.o.Ki.ooi) or more orthodox Kusslan Jrwg In reject ing the talmud and traditioual theol ogy altogether gnd confining Itmlf g'.rlctly to the Mosaic revelation. Il has been a favorite amusement with the l:uklatg for geiiergtlon to pretmd the greate-t admiration and affection Tor this obscure little trllie. Mme. Novlkoff bad her Joke on the luhjert here In Ixndun Jheu she gravely as K'lreJ an Intervhwer some year ago lhat there never bad been a law of any kind l.-stird In Kusrlg against the Jew. When thin amnring assertion wat ques tioned rhe coolly explained that she referred to the Kataim Jews, as In Hua ng they dtd tint consider tbe dlselplrg of the tulmtid were Jewg at all. Inas much as the Karaites constitute only a two-thousandth part of thr- Jewiah raie-lf, I ml. ed. It be conceded that they belcng to It at all -the Insolence cf the Iiuestan attitude toward them is peculiarly exasperating to Hebrews In getierul i.nd the ipectnrle of their Ih'Hi,: brought forward al Moscow g ihe sole representatlvcg of Israel will smart and rankle Just a the genial Slavonic character delreg It should. Saturday llevlew. I'aa's llaiM'g faaallT. C. 0. Harnea baa a cat at his home In tiiildendale, N. J., which I suckling three )oiing squirrel, whlih were caught mar town. She also guckles one kitten, the others havl-g been killed to make room for tbe squirrels. la that Dst. Shade of the 1'erlod "In your day, as I uiiili rstand It, there waa no glori ous death exi-ept In battle." Shade of Achillea "That Is HibMantlatly cor lect. They did not operate for appen dicitis then."-Detroit Tribune. a Chiana rtaheraaaa ear Aga. Old halitatir.ii are to be found ll over California, gayg the San Krgnclgco Call. Sometimes there Is good reason for th"m bilng old. but often It la the regult of gome crank Idea. On tbe beach near Cypresg Holnl. In Monterey county, there Ig one thgl cannot come under the first head and hardly dndr the lust. The residence belong to a Chinese flfhernisn and I part natural and part the work of hi own hands. The natural portion of the house ig a small eave In one of the many rocka that gib k np all over the bearh. The other part la a scrl of wooden shed which hag been built In front of thU opening. The lumber used Is of ihe roughest kind but the esthetic Chlng nin overcame this objection by cover ing the whole outside with abalotie hell, the hnllow side being turned out. The Cblnamgn evidently did that n any )car ago, when the shells were plentiful and had scarcely any market velue. Kvery shell used haa been de stroyid as one or more nails have been driven through them according to th-li size. Sime of the shellg are magnifi cent In color and enormoug In glge. There la one at least fifteen Inches In diameter, and a dupllrate In good condition could cot be bought In San Kianrlaro for any price. Most ol the larger shilla. If they were noi punctured wllh nailholes. would real l!y sell for from 3 to $j aplee. Hut that lxe cgnnot be had In tbe market now. and would be dlfllrult to And on the rockg of any part of the coast. Tbt general effect of the house, when th gun strike It at the proper angle, l dazzling. Tho polished, pearly sur f?ceg sparkle with astounding bril liancy and flash with all the coiorg r the rainbow. It ig a pleasing and gur prising sight gnd the only pliy Is that so many beautiful shell were de stroyed to produce It. It hag been aisrovrrcd thatJohn Mc Donald, who tag surnt six yearg in th Marquette penitentiary for a murder at Ontoiiagon. la the wrong msn. Kvery llttlo while we hiar of similar esses, all of which shows that clrcum alantlal evidence frequently eonvlrtj when it ought not. Tbe state abould pay McDonald for tae time It com pelled him to lose. Hut It will not. Alter a woman discovers that the nieu do not admire h;r she becomes s run hater. ,.! .lf i!cyvisrn-i it I rVTt 1 lIf 5 ar fit only, (or naked sav aifea. Clothe are the tnarka of civilisation in pills aa well a people. A good coat data not wake a good pill, any mora than good clothes make a good man. But as sure aa you'd look on a clotheslcsa man aa a triad one, yon may look on costless pill a bad one. After fifty year of test ad fill ataud higher than AYER'S Cathartic Pills 5UUAR COATED. I i:v f Mm Tbe Lighcst claim for other tobaccos is "Just as ficoj as Durham." cry old smoker knows there i. none just f 1 'aa4At OUR iidSL -JX; i 1 7r M.i ' . 5 f n mm CuEa Tim. ;- r.-.i i.'.t L Lv n one eoopon.lnaid . '. cacti twouuncc biff and twnnm. j SsaST k t'-ud'''!:'ccbiR,an.ltwi f VV V 'CJ ,:,,i,1e each tmr ou -v f y i.. -A l"gcf Llackweil'sDurhs t if , SvfT 1 1T bag of this ce I ilj,' I ruled toliacro aud read t li.A ".; " foupon-whu-h give a ounce i Durham. cele- aud read the gives a list t of v Jiulle prwen'j cad how io tct uicm K o tev uicm. f "f ) RESCOEO FROM DEAT Tha 6oa of Kr. Kumeaheuner. Ceneral Merchant, Ldaort, L T.. Lit b Daiki. Texa. at the Point cf CoUapge-Could Tot Leftte HU tU or Hove Without Pain-Suffered Terribly Until Veno'g f Keiicines Cured Him CompleUly. Jleaa- the rIUwl.g Ir, .f ,h. rmrUm Umml x riaalrl. FiaU aal 6 v 1 fm9 lNttor At .... V.no . teWi,,,. wieaTn.midA bTT "r, I" lollowlnc reaiill I'll If of lllaa. Co.iniy ef I 'alias. Mala ef Tnaa '""llr a.iHarl hefcr me, relinlam. The pessimist la a freak. Heoaimlsm la tbe child of a day or a mood, opilmlarn Is the great under current of human lite. IVsaimtsm is abnormal. It 's a disease of tho mind. Itev. D. II. Overton. SOME POINTED PARAGRAPHS. -i i . ., . .. . . . . . . . t.. . ... , m , , . i . i . i ! ........11. r, iM-gan io loom ing wmii , -io..-, i ..... .io-.,. ..iu .a.i ,u..- l)m Su,.h . ln,ir,ir. ,., m.k. , vivid world and lie nn epiM-h In crime. If the red earth weie convulsed In war. even then It would stay to hear thgl In credible, true gtory. and, aollclilng deeper knowledge, aeek out the method and growth nf means and motive. He chuckled audibly In Ihe street, and laughed thin laughter In his room of ileeting vision. At night he walked the lonely squares near at hand, con sidering eagerly the rush of hia own Jlvlded thought, and, leaning against the railings of the leafy gardens, ha taw ghosts In tha moon shadowg and beckoned theru to converse. He be came a night bird and wag rarely aeen. "To-morrow," be aald at last. To morrow ha would really take the flrat i finer and sort",) them In due order. , Ml Into hia chair. ... I ... ,..l u ,-n v He I ate?. 11 rubbed bl hand and laughed as ha pondered near home. In hi own mneiy rn'iare. the Encr liit flctilla I o'iaIl'u uia iuiubiuauon tmuupiif d. Straw bat show which way the mercury go a. Huston Globe. A man' Idea of a dull time I to I piny rard with women and nothing up AtchUon Gloe. Kvery man who make a fool or a knave of himself hate the new up i-per.-Kansa City Time. The Ixird helps those who help themselves. That la probably the rea son be Is not more lavish with hi fa vors. I'p-to-Date. The average theater bat I a bltd 1st uffed I, a whole lot cf tlowcr (arti ficial) and a blooming nultmnce (genu-l:ie).-U A. W. Hulletln. Muny Kuropran scions of royalty are Insured for very large amounta. This Ig probably at the Instance of cre.ll- tor. Iulsvllle Time. Tbe fool killer never trouble him self about the man who rock th boat or the one who grabs a loaded gun by the muxxle. Philadelphia Ledger. A crying need In gome circle of al leged statesmanship Ig a systematic course of Instruction In the art of be ing tunny without being tulgar. Washington Star. A deacon will pasa around the plate and get more buttons than dimes, hut ' a highwayman can hold out a gun and ! co'.Uct avvrylliliig a matt haa. Tht go.- io show that a man will give up rere to rt-re hfs bniy ttan to gave hia'' aoui, at, iiu.g llUUHHial. A boat flliia. Don't "s" anybody In your will It la in bad taste. Those who make their own wills frequently feed and fatten lawyer. Remember the law may not deal out justice and equity aa you understand H. Make ample allow ance for shrinkage In your assets and time to convert the same Into money. Don't ggy you are "mindful of the un certainty of life." for that might be used to establish your Insanity. If you are satisfied you are of "un gound mind." don't try to make a will! It will Jimt chew up your estate. If you have properly of any kind and are of age. better make a will, unless you prefer a statutory distribution. No ne-; iaslty to gay In your will that you shall ' be burled and that your debts must be' paid. The law will attend to that. I Your will Is validly written If a pen.! pencil or typewriter la used. Heller j not use a pencil unleag you are in a ' great hurry. Ion't be afraid of getting j too many witnease to your will. Hetter i ha.e a surplus than a shortage. Have; their residences stated opposite their I ngmeg. lHm't make a fool of yourself ' and put even a fortieth part of your es-1 late in a monument. If marble la the I only thing upon which you depend to be remembered you aren't worth thinking about. Spend your money on your children In their education and moral training and then let them hustlo for themselves. Your money will not always Increase their chance for aue ces without these. American Invest, mcnte. ami for II.. Ht... and l., ,f7t M na . . ftn.l tatarai (H.e g . . . 7 with li.n.n.matnrf rbeumauam lorTiraVVeTa. an-i I waa conr.,,.4 to hi. b,, tat liv. UayiTiW "r g ;.Lya waa antirelv unal.l. t ..o. ' '1' ever Ittllit an.) .... vi. . in.. s KleetHr Kt.ild and Vihi ' ( urtnn Kri: n lluee .lava .flrr I... .-t " to he out of U t ,n. walk around ao.l "now t, ii ntni. t.l.lirl) Irr rrom all i.fria and ar.k. r HI. father la II' u li, ...... i... rrrhant al Ar.lrr.it-. I ' r i J 1 knoan by J h. frr. Jr." a broimnrnt mf. my. who In.luer.l Mm la tir iui W XII Mf.llILll,U auhaerlhed fr the aaui W w...... prravnea thla vl, day nf Voema.r. ' J K VA.NH. ;g . ,vUVrl.,r'.,'"r- I1-" ' Tag. IV r. PTKt I" la II.. Ku.. .nrf ..i- Iterrranrnllv niM. , i , . .... . .. i..i ii-t.i i im iiiurQUKinx n rfi r trra. rt,un.iait. end llvrr lioubl. It rnsihm. th, tirrv,. rlw. th. brain lolt'Z ? alcmaeh and nil.i Hi. I.I mki. leaving no ill (te,-ia Thla me.ii. in. aaa for n7tLr h.iii?lI,wnin',rlB'lfcJ ,b rrm, '!rrm u,ro ami l.lol pwiiirr. aT.. VIC.H KIXTRIi' KI.CIP will rure Ihe woral and n.o.t dr-rat. ra. .f rbeumatuu. i.aiv., aeiailra. M.i.alala and all art,., and Pa.na Na hSnt. sl...ul.l I w.'f.ni.t three rtr.li.mra Thry are sold at lai ,-ent. raoh. iwirt te? A."Vr.'v'"',.''!'!,,V Vn "'" 'r"v "d Vrno a Kle,-tre Fluid f,ylou ).l IIA.S )'i;a.l. liKK pwu-.lvrly sio( cluil. In one night. Ka- At djj. tit - -X.-'- "'rtr Cr-" - ' j-t i"v .'4l'r' '. '-'.-- 10 e , - . . HfM. lailirl' - yv ' m" ' ' 1 a grnrial n.n " v ; ntsii la r km ... . 4 j l..iny of :bla L jJ In ' k' t-aorn to and auharl F J f I V shrinwr In Mr rrr..nc fclf KMi'B rinTlVK 2f -J ttiittr pur, It fwrir Kaakar as Haggaga Wagaaa. A Persian regiment on the march la a alrange gpeotacle. Every threw aol dlrra have a donkey, for there Is neither baggage train nor commis sariat. On this donkey la placed the worldly wealth of Ita proprietor and their muskets. Occasionally the veiled wife of a soldier bestrides the begat. A renvt. ef tro rur!;lun cafo c'..an- tanta ha Wen UV n. There are fifty- five of some prrten'.ona and t'.3 smalt ne,; the number of varirty perform- era emnioved In them runnte. Inm th. t th.voa1tn.i4 i "Out and away the most popular." The New York Telegram recently organized a monster bicycle parade in New York, ottering a bicycle each to the best lady rider and the best gentleman lider in the procession. The prizes were selected by popular vote of The Telegram's readers, and, as was to be expected, the result was another triumph for i STANDARD In the lanjuaje of The Tel. be "out and away the mo course. No othtr bicycle has I S 1O0 Yew ma fcava a t Columbia at asca "9 tf ya gic yur aW pni Uy. rOFE MFG. CO, HirtfJ sVatxk Iwieaa an4 Af anciaa in ilmial t aara, t( Cohimaiaa ar set prooaity 1. yoa; vULIy, Ul as kaow. . I