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!.''" I l ist nl('lil?" f A wo needed I 1, '"Wit llio linnvi Miiiij,f.-r -r,r,t.,.;n Was poop),, t nil it l.f tlar wani't K,n rharitr ft), 'Mat. onillrTt lis minli ,.f.cst.via." "S"rml" ';l''fr.rr..v .-.r.. narr.m-i,-.l,.. ,.Vl.rf TP(U N'otl, ,, wonder! II., n.ovo. Into c!iMt.r l!at every few month,." f-S. the .1 ), t.r cd-red your , '"" "' Ciiin ilu a-'rec with, h-r?" 'Well. If It lo H w.a boo i C0"' one." "I wa.it t.ln fr ,y nw plnr . miI.I ti, amli,.,-. Soim.tliinir that i.l. taLe. yon hnmv." No.tl,i ii t'mt will tuU,...- Yon." Cull t .,v New Vor'f rolicomun.' " I Sparln , S-l H10,;lt t!, Rllorl. tleei.i .V,..icity ilelu t ,iow priz, l:;.-l,ler, t,. ,-ivo xl.;llmns7 ,., IT I til !! U 1 . , . . '' IV - .. . . .. - l'-""i "t'H'l- llJ 0, .uf.rc.,1. N-"-' tl-lt!. mi: 1 t!io pviscnrcr "ii i..e fnvit ,,:.;nu of Ul() Rlrcrt cir, t!,:,t it li irts :i hrei to d.,eU t, t-'l" 'Vn." rep'iel t: m:iI, wllo lun IK-- tl l,r;,' ., -I,.,, n;,t , .,, an It loi. n dr.ver tnibi-U liit. w?n "i'un.il,,. Mvi-t ,,i;,,r, ar,. yon. ;''',:. Well, tiiat o.:a to pa v. J hero me ln' if ps..j)ln who lili.it, ace their mines in pi-int. "j don inlii.! tcllin- you, oi, mm, that I make the most of my num.-y .iff people; who clout vtaut to t), .r nimc 0 print." Native Waal, wlio t.n you. Strati (,'pr I am one of a c.miuiltteo n pointed t,. Inv.-Mi.., ,!n ,,0n , to why . many 1 1 :u-lil riy- incur In thin section. Native--Waal, J tel.! Veil, Iioii-nL Its Va.i.e en many li-n'vn ci in) here . ; in" ti.ir III); lilt 1 Other I'.'O.llj-. Im,IIO.S. NVliirly rr,:,n to kno-. Lord I' ilh.'jtiry r.cant h it wb finer he .i!. nbout Vi r.rziicl i. ami in t-:j srcnn ta uow Jii; t liat to C.d :iy. The Fliait of tl' r'trdnrMc- 1-t j 'tlian fi'iy nillrj (nil t!lil.ixtl- ,cuily nn-jUlMe. It rs-li-s t all tlio ,rpltal of Kurnj'p, and cvrn to tlii tiaio d. pan mi tit at atlili:r,toa. BTATK OF A wrll-i-nndurti'd rhlnrxf funeral lg tlio most finr-poim iKit m Aula. At th front of the funeral prorrstilnn alk tho uoliiy. ni'iHlrlcKg munlclanii. Thin ronin men bearing th I n h I k n i a or the dlKiilty of tlio dud, If ho hud y. Next rom more mm, carrying flRiirt i of anlmala, li!ol. nmbn-llat knd Une and whltt utrfanipri. After thrm fiino men tartylnx pain of perfume. JUKI Iwrore the cofllu walk bonzia Cblnrm prleBtn. Over the eoffln a can opy la usually carried. The cket In borno by ahout a -core of men. Im mediately Iwhlnd the colTln walk the children of the deceased. Tho eldest mil comn flrt. H U drwi d In can vaa, and leana heavily upon a ttout nek. lie la iiipiMiiMd to b too ex haunted by arlef and fasting to walk ithout the aid of the ataff. Th other rlilldron and relatives follow this chief ninuriier. They ara clothed In white linen Rnrmcnt. The women arc car ried In chair. They toll and wnl! at Intervals and In unleon. When the '"Tying place la reached the bonxei be gin chanting a ni.iN, for tho dead, and the coffln Is put Into tho tomb. A hrge oldong white niarhlo tahlo Is placed fore tho tomb. On the middle of It Is et a censer and two vases and two raiiillendi ks, all of as exquisite work. munihli at possible. Then they have a paper cremation. I'aper figures of men, horses, garments and a score of other things are burned. They are supposed to undergo a material resur r'c:ion, and to be useful to the dead In I'm Chinese heaven. The tomb Is seal id up or closed, ntid an entertainment concludes the ceremony at th grave. t r I ! onto city cy Tit.ny. . . 1. 1 i s rot NT Y r rink J. ( li'tif, i, !.., ,.,,11, thai . la i .'" r . i.L.r nii in r ef ' ii'-ni y f. I . il in t ,. i f I .illu, ( .. i;t v n i . -i' i ll m -l.l Him , .i'.m; hi miki i, ,Y IS '1.1 1. I . . ,. f . :' In II f'lty ein:.' iiforsi'i v ihe Bain i. AIM tor I .1' ll I ii I t rantmi lis Vf , , r, M I IP I 'n'HI I l I' r. I " N K 1. !!. NKV. I'lf MII.I Kl, .- M., mi n.tr of t hi. i 1" ....ti.'r, A, 1 1 I ln-l. Una a. w oi. t:?. v . K.ir. t .. . N .l.ry -,il... . "'"in Hi in tti ,eel -ii i : i . v i.'i is,. , i.i nit k, , moinMU, (,,.r t-i.t hy ,1'iin .,. , lisll s t sii.ii I i : Ml ottri nallv. 1 mi. I lini Ni t'. ill i.ir nu , '. Ti.lr to. O. i l re h ( ( Pt. A milkman of I'njrnue. N. J., t-'.el (to drown hln.M'.f cn Trt.1.-.y, rv.d the iwitor won!. I not i!nn him! ll was not deep c.!t!Rh. hut the lurce Iroi anchor which he ha I tlej to lilu'.".' ,hrn he Jiinir I l.i ho.-ivy rnnut'i to keep l.lm in i,i .( f w.-ter for ;fveral I.ohm. Then he m is resf-uei. nmi he nnw Dilnks tester of rulrlde. I'robilily the long iiunco lt.eii water and the mllk.u prejudiced tho former In ll.e :jkis faor. Will n (.a I .'.I. trsr? l.tciiiMoti lickcit Mill l,f on a!e PccemlHT '.'M mid :.,:i, lu lu . Jt T. ('. HaCons to point iu Alnl nma Mitv'i(' I, Teuuroce, Ketitmki, (i'orflj, N'oitli bm South Car'.lur. Virginia ami riori.W ri one fans for the round lrl;i. '1 1 Lets poo.l to SO las. ruril,afl j our tic'.tti j Houston and New Oilram. C.W. IIm.v. ll. KKonnisM. Trsflc Msns-cr. (. I. A: T. A. On Piii ml., r '.'lid. '.'Iih, ;.Mh "toll find )lt im J.imii.iiv In the II. A T t'. It'y. ull si ll r..innl trp ti. k"is to iillV (wliil im II. ,V T. ', fc w., I". W. A. Ml. n ml A A. X. W. K. mill to tialvi-t'Mi, nl rit. of d nildi' llie ihllils liinv ToUits limit. to Jmuiiry sili, I -;7. M. 1.. ;. . u. !. I". T. A. .- Ktal; of Korea fcai been lo:t cd up j Ja' f. r telling hla country hen thiy i.nl a r'tit to crl'l.-lrs the Knvernriif nt. v J''cuntiyiucn prob ably think t.r':: a tad ru-ri nor.-. Trd U Wood hroke the lar and Rfit tntu prnn fur life. Then ho brn.-.e Ms filer's will r.:'d tot f.'J.OJO. If IMngs continue In (Ms r.m:i his next wi t be to Ltcik prUon and jet czenia i rr ran 111 11 CI JillU, Mr. V,. P. Jcnkinn, of I.ithnnia, C.i., savHthat liisilau, 'liter, Ids. iulicritcd a ccte cac o l .'rnu, v. Inch the tiMi.il mercury and ot.ii.li rctnrdic l.iiUd to filicvc. Year lv year bIio was treated Willi varioiM tnc lu iuci, external arpll rations and interti.il rcmi-ilicj, without rc.ilt. l!ir mhcrinvi wire in!cue, end !ur tniiililion irtcw rtradily workc. All the t.o-c;ilKd bkvd rcimdics did not rem tt reach the ills lie at nil until S S.S. riv n, when an t in prove men t iv is nt uncc ttolii'ed. 1 he medicine wa contiiiuecd w ith lav oraldi; results, and r'i- v ' v Bl,w '1C ' cored f. -'t., , ""iiU'l and well. Iter r.V---f .k - 1 hkiu is perfectly ! !! V- rliar nd l'lircamll ' .1 he lias bevu saved 'out what tbrcst cued to Mij-bt her liic forever. S S.S. ( cjiiniftfiY. fur!y vegflMt rures licinia, Scrofula, Cancer, Kheu imitivni, or any other Mood trouble It is a teal Liix d tcm.-dy and alwayi rtirc-i even nltor all else tails. A Real Blood Remedy. TaV e a hvJ temnfr for a Mood disease; a tonic won't cure It. ! Onr IxkVs on Mood ami 'skin diseases tnsiKd Iitc to 'nnv addrc. Snilt Spec itlC lo.. At!uta, La. I'rleais f the IllmsUjsi. This decidedly effertlve group was rhitngr.iphej near Darjii ling. The holy men know nothing of Prtiry Lone pantomime, though their highly origi nal costumes Irresistibly suggest that rrorgeous pageant. They are the priests ho nilnlstcr unto the hsrdy hill-men. I'ortunately for their wearers, the masks are not for every-day use; this Ij evidenced by tho more orllnsry lie.id-K.'ur held by the ptor on the xti-eme right. These dlgtiMsrles have, is It were, merely assumed for the oc 'uuku tLelr rpicopal ro'ita. In a Milne lloiie. The windows of Chlnne hruvs be l.ligltig to the wealthy classes aie trade of oiled paper or seml-trnnspar. Mil o) stcr shell, artl tlrally wrought In l variety of fantastic patterns; as may he Imagined, thei.e give very llttl lliiht and no ventilation. emeitiently the houe during the day Is d irk and dull, but at nlfcht when the number-l.-ss picturesque lanterns are lighted, the s.'ene Is most beautiful. Round lanterns hang from the center and othir prints of the celling; somo with flat barks are fastened to the wall, rnd others are set upright on tahlea and stands. The prettiest and most expensive are made of while silk or nine, ilelliately painted In a variety of colors, red the symbol of Joy pre domlnatlng. There are octagonal lan terns fancifully painted, with, red silk la.-sels tanging from each eornr r; me-thanl.-ally connived lanterns, which the heat sets In motion, beautifully carved horn lnntetns, and some cf bas ket work and bamboo. Toe rooi.is are separated one from another by carved wooden scroll work, which It most or tswrntal and gives a very rich and handsome appearance to the Interior. This carving Is sometimes gilded and sometimes polished; again the wood ll left In a state of nature tnd given only a coating of wax. The Chinese arc at fend at the Fienih of mirrors; larre and small ones are scattered about and cheval glas-es placed In positions to give an Idea of grandeur and extent. The doors of a Celestial home. Instead of following a monotonously tvctang'i- lar form, like those of the western world, are sometimes round or leaf. shaped, or seml-elrcular apertures. The round doors are regarded as a symbol of the sun. Another doorwsy will perhaps resemble a flower, Illumi nated hy a window so constructed as to enhance the conceit, octangular doors are used In the gardens which separate one court from another, and Again doors shaped like fans, leaves. scrolls and fiult are seen. I'nllke the JisniB the Chinese have been ae- cnstonied to the use of chairs for een- tuiiea. According to western Ideas, the Chinese chairs are models of dis comfort, for they are made of a pat tern which prevailed In Kngland In the days of Queen Klixnbeth or (Jneen Anne; tall, straight of back, and In ordinately angular. Tho most comfort- side chair to lie found has an adjust able back, and Is filled with reversible cushions, but this Is a modern Inven tion. When visitors are expected or on the celebration of an anniversary strips of red cloth are thrown over the low couches and squares of the same material cover the scats of the chair. THE LOSS FROM BAD EALLOTS - Th htwec.ll- for I .ln thx l.rt-tti-al I'rernatWtn B toting. The "Red Hook," or ofil.-lul legisla tive manual for lSMi, compiled and published ty (Jen. rainier, secretory of rtate, pursuant to law. contains tabha of the returns of election of November, 1S33, which nmte a partlnl, and only a partial exhibit of alle-ed "defective' ballots thrown out by the poll can vasscrs. The total number of electors thus reported disfranchised In th stile as a consequence of the confusion and confounding of the blanket bullot, or "Australian" system of voting, reaches the enormous nunilier of R.SM! And mat protialily Is not half tho total! It Is a well-known fact that In some of the districts of thla city and couaty tho limpectors t.t many of the polls construed the law as not requiring tliein to make report of "defective" ballots. Of the HO election districts of the coun ty no returns of such ballots are mnda from ninety-one. as the tables of the Red Rook" show. And yet 670 are ac. kiiow!cdn-d. Chautauqua countv. which contains the cities of Dunkirk and Jamestown, make no return. Che mung, containing the city of Elnilra, reports 2; Hamilton, none; Jefferson, with the city of Watertown, only 70; Kings, containing ell the city of Brook lyn, the second county and city of the slate, where It Is known that the num ber of defective ballots rejected wns relatively greater than la New York, none. The aggregate vote of Kings, practically a part of New York, return ed aa counted. Is 1W.0O7. The aci:r- gate vote of New York returned as counted Is "Cl,5ID. Yet New York ac knowledges lO.JOj ballots aa "defec tive, etc.." and rejected, fly rule cf proportion Kings county must have ha I 6.620. Oranre county, containing the cities of Newburg nnd Mid. II. to n, makes no report. Oib ann, with num erous large vlllaees. only 5; Richmond, only 3; Schenectady, with the city of Schenectady, none; l ister, with the city of Kingston, none; Wtstch Mcr, with the cities of Yonkers and ML Vernnj, which have the Myers ballot machine, reports one d feetlve and rejected vol" w-hich must have been at the poll ol one of the towns using tho blanket bal lot. i,ONC TRAVELS Of AOIAMONO Tenahle With s sh Itetl.ier. Theie were three In one party and two In the other. They were s'.andlng efore the white-aproned tl lr i i ' r cf refreshments, and ore of the thre In vited the entire party to have some thing. The dispenser dealt out the or der of the three, took th dollar of- ercd In payment and handed back 3T tent In change. The otbei two, Hand ing a short dlht.mro awar. were not served, at there was a mistake on tho pvrt of the cashier. The bill amounted to less than a quarter, according to the refreshments eerved the three. The host examined his ccln and then looked surprised and grieved. "I gave you a dollar.' he said. "Was tt a dollar? How much chance did I give you?" "Thltty-flve cents." "Will. I will have to wait until somebody buys I doa't dare to open the rertlster, as there's no fuleo balance on It. Kvery time I open It It means a purchsre charged to me. Eorry. but we'll have to wait." The man to whom the change wns coming stood by and waited until a cash purchase was made tefore he could get his money. He was the only one In the party who did not enjoy the situation. He remarked gloomily that he never had much use for cash tcglstcra anyway. Chicago Chronlclo The Ways of l Ant. It hat long been recognized that the ant Is a very Intelligent Insect, nnd bails a very complicated so lal life. There are clashes among them pUit.v. crats, laborets and criminals. The au thor of a recent work on cntoK-.olngy notes the curious habit of one species of the ant of "turning soaie of their fellows Into animated honey pots." In stead of placing honey In a comb aa the bos do, the ant selects a certain number of workers, and disgorges the honey obtained from the eucalypti, on which It Is deposited by coecldae and other Insects, into the throats of their victims. Tho process bring continu ally repeated, causes the stomachs of these workea to be distended to an enormous site. This exiraordlnary habit was first d'scovercd in the case of certain ants In Mexico, and subse quently shown to prevail la Colorado. It has been found to exUt In Australia also, and Mr Krogart describes and figures these ants of the genus cam ponotns that pursue this remarkable practice. The ants containing honey are favorite food with th native. 1 A Snrl ( nrrrnry. In an Interesting article In Cas-ler's Magazine for Octot t r, by V. 8. Prcn- ll.ss. he gives this account of n curious currency In use In Mongolia ami Kl- bi rta. "The tea business." writes Mr. Trent Ins, "seemed to be In the hands of the Russians. They 'have here tut Koo Choo. Chins) two large factories fur making tea cakes. The tea Is ground line, almost to a powder, ami then, by p lwerful hydraulic pre-sc, is forced Inlo blocks that are si hard that It Is linpofsllile to bnak them without a blow with a hammer. These are sent tiorlh tlirmgh the great Chinese wall A Mother's llitiu- anil Ulms. In an article deprecating the ten dency of mothers of the present day to ccape the care and responsibility ot training their children, Edward W. Rok. In the lollies' Home Journnl. en. phatlzes the distinction between a mother's dutlen tnd tli! claims upon her time: V.'cm to n vjnua Is Riven III" sweetest ddinht that can come to her, niolhi ihiud. Cud gives with that delight n duty: (hi duty of a personal training of th clill I. He fore that duty, oil out.dde work- 1 rare not by what relUhus, rh.rrltaMo or philanthropic word you may rail It - should full. No mutter what outside work a woman nny lie er .i irvd In, ' best run only be A claim u .un her tli-.e, and not n duty. And diitu.i never conflict. God gives no in.. re dntl a to a womnn than she has the lir e or abil ity to fulfill. The exactions t,f (he world are not dutl-a; they nre claim. If there Is time It is well to moot them. rrd Through Muiiy llila and turned lo In Orlsriisl Owner. Borne years tteo a I'arls Jeweler told a tory of one diamond which hsc pani.td over hla counter no,.' th.ir elevtn limes. It was a heauti-nl ston of nearly four carats, of perfect roloi and lust-r, but canlly Identified b) rmuns of a small "bather" In the tif of Its lov.edt parL He bought It frota nn East India denier and had It set IB a ring, it was sold to a countess It I-S65, Jut before the outbreak of tin Kraneo-I'riiHNlan war. The counter dl d In a few weeks, and the ring wai Worn by her husband. He was kllleij In the sIcro of I'arlu, nud a few dn). after his ileaL! the ring was brought Into the store for s ilo by a soldier, lit was srreii'ed and the ring sent to U family of the dead count, lteforo thfl alcgej endid tfiey brought the ring in nno sold It to tho dealer in order to procure money to buy food. Mrectly artcr the siege it passed luto the handi of nn English tourUt who vislUd the city to get a look at the ruin wrought by the communists, and a year latei hack came the Mono from the Indian buyer of the firm, who, on being writ ten to and desired to ti II how he got It "toted that It had bven the property of an Rngllah tourist hunter who was killed by a tiger and his friends told the ring to get means to send the body home. The stone was reset and soon found a purchaser In a prominent mem ber of the demimonde, who not long r.fier was murdered In her room. Among ihe articles taken by tho mur derer was the ring and the firm began to wondir how soon It would turn up They had not long to wait, for all their F'ople had by this time learned about the atone and were on the lookout for It. After tlx month It was found tn the showecive of a Jewehr In London, who had Isioght It fioru a Arm In Ani stirdam. It was b night by the Tarli openi and ici.t bark to be started afresh on Ts travels. It was purchased again by a woman of the town, w ho six weeks later was c'rawn out of the Seine with the gem on her finger, and by a itrangp coincidence It was offered to the firm that sold It ty the police agents, th court having Jurisdiction having or dered It to be sold. And to It went from hind to bond, attended with mis fortune at every change and tuujlly bringing death to the possessor. la borers In the Colcon.la mlnej used tc My that when a stone was baptized In blood when first taken from the earth It cri.-ed the shedding of blood wherever it went, and the story of one such 111-oTiened rm goes far to on- flim belief In such a superstition. Isrly llntuh m apaprrs. In the Tlrltlsh mteur may be found a ropy of a newspaper callid The Hng liwh Mercuric, dated lf.SS, which pur ports lo lie the earliest ever Issued from the press of this country; ex perta, however, declare It to have beer concocted hy the second Iord Hard wlcke, who flourished at u Vet7 mucli later period. The Weekley Newes Is believed to tt the first printed English ntwspnpcr, tht Initial number of which was published In 1C2"; that is to ssy, when Ren John son was poet-lanrcate. Milton a mers lad of fourteen, and when Shakespeare had but lately "J.ilned the majority." The final number of The Weeklcj Newes appeared on Jan. i. ICtO. I was succeeded by a had of Mercuries which were stsrted for special ohjeeta to adrocate certain views, and some timet to circulate "the likeliest liti that coc.ld be Invented to sc;ve the cnuse espoused." all these came tc at untimely tnd. each bring laid dowr when I'.t tulrslon was accomplished Hurlng the civil war nearly 30,00 Journals, pnmphleti, and papert (thi majority having strange and strlkln, titles) were published In (his manner and we read that In the heat of hos tilities each army curried in prlntln; press. The only two official papers fane tinned ty Cromwell were Meretirlnt Tolltlcus and Th Intelligencer, all other similar papers being rigorously suppressed. For many years after the restoration there exlisted but or.f authorized newspaper The London! Gazette the law restricted anyone fn.m publishing political nrws wlthoci the coni-ent of the crown, and those1 who took "trench leave" were put k the pillory. A newspaper of 00 year ago arldotn cotielsted of more than two small page (or leaflet) of text, and In this limited siwce was comprised Urltlh and for e!gn intelligence eoveiing a period ol several days, while a considerable po.--Iton of the second page was devoted to advertisements. It was net until Quern Anne ascended the throne that Lou. doners enJoyd the luxury of a dail-newspaper. Ills (orkarrrw It nil y. A party of Kentmklana mere lr Washington a few years ago and miles! on the riingresjinan from their dis trict. During tho conversation the vis Iters asked alxiut Colonel t 4 eor. nur riclihbor who had been living In uasmngton ror some time, "j, am very sorry to tell you, gentlemen," re-! idled the niemlier of Conp,rcsa, "th.il j Coloiiel Is In hard luck. He li very poeir. Indeed, I a.sure you. 1I does not complain, and It was only lj j invbl.nt that I learned of hla straight en-d cliiUiiiKtaii.es. lie had a rvou aenv's the lull from my room at tha hoirl. A few nh;hts aco J went acrtv. I to boiiow his corkscrew. Would you l:elleve It. gentlemen. Coioni 1 i. 1 nclunlly fo pi.or his corkscrew U rimy?" jlnto Mongolia and Siberia, and Ps .it claims iKdng m.in-ma.lo and dutlei I current ni ninliev In m;inv lrw.ilill..a i i.-i t i . . current ns money. In many localities i It is the only currency used. As the ! blocks leave Koo Choo they weigh the B.imo to an ounce, but as the money circulates around, however, pieces are choptfed off to replenish the tea-potx. j mid the blocks depreclnte In value In j proportion to the chunks taken." M fO . .N Kaat I nil I Itnail. India, a country half as big aa the t'nlted States, has fiS.OOO miles of pub lic highway, most of which It Sn-pl In order hy the govern me t I.rtlKW Wrty ts Se. One htitidted a'l Ef f nillllon poinds Worth of lliltbli .wojerty Is iluji on Ihe sea. ' , being Cod-mado tho former must oftett lie Ignored nnd should bo put aside where the latter calls. Women shiuld think of this nnd be-ar It In mind n lit tle more constantly than they do, rsw dally tn these days of eTsanlzatioiu.-' Tmtt UV.'ir.tislile (hsrarlrra. "I don", tuow anything more dls.i grei.j.ble than a man who will not do iiit ho can." "Oh. he Is not In It with the fellow who InslHta on doing what ho can't." -Truth. f.'trnttis t'p. Ru ber-This Is a bad eptarter, sic. Customer-That's all ilyht 1 h id imd ai' ive Yale R; -..t-I. f i V llrlll.h Kallnay Hlwllallrn. i In ISiiS the Rrltish railroads carried 9I9.T70.9ir9 passengers, exclusive of commuters, an Increase of IS,foO,tX0 over the previous year. There wort 1,021 persons killed, of whom S3 were rnr-senpers. and 4,021 wounded. The prnjvorilon of passengers killed to those carried Is one In 11,000.0000, and that of passengers wounded one In S 10,000. China's silk Intluairy, The silk Industry cj hlna employs, ll is rsiiniaieu, irw 4.0.0,W to 6,000,. 1A1 people. 4 The nit of pri.i fi.'S'M put. litre, either i (!:.! J.'.l.r. ,.;... . Is covered bj Mi'hille Or S,y . lue Woi a. C AC i a a.n -I ,cnys?i( South Carolina hiksiljiy a-obl mines. A H.rpo:se tbat ycl;he I ;'j (Kiundt waa anoi in tnu uarlcrn river the other day. Ruffalo's health board employs two physicians as laeterioloi.t anl as sistant baetcriolojiiiL The abolition of grada crossing at Northampton, Mans, will cost 750, OA This will includes a new union station. Mouthcy mentions that the first seU tiers In llrsicil paid gl.Sis) for a cat, anl for kittens their weight in gold dnsL An offer of $J,S00 for a I'crsian cut at tho Sydenham cat show Id wst refused. In tho rsljfti of James the ftecond somo Kniflisli adventurers Cited out a vessel tisosrch for and weigh up tho carpo of a Spanish ship which bad been lost on tho coast of South Amer ica. They succeeded and brought home It, 101, ooo which had been at the bott ,n of tho sea forty-four years. In Harvard college there ar now l,rK7. in the scientific school SO. In the gradueta school 5JS, In the divin ity school q, in the law school 5DI, In the medic school tst, in the dental school s-), in the school of veterinary medicine CS, in tho Ruvtey InslKuto IJ. In tho whole university there were last year 3 lij stulont-t; this yosr ll.c ro oro l,TM. t year there were m tcaeihors; tUis year there ar 137. Branch Inrfllcleney has ben shown up In a ludicrous way by tho recent telf-fioating of the eew cruiser Prlncesx Je Asturios, at Cadlx. The Ttssel, which !t had tnhen seven years to bull J. go', stuck In the mud when they tried to launch her over a month aga, Aftr trying their best tj float her without success for thirty days, tht fpanish engineers give up the Jab, adopting the unur.l Ml'-awter policy of ipaln of wil.ln; for something to turn up. They were Justified1 ty the cruis er's slipping lato the water of ber own accord one afternoon w'aen no ono was watching her. I nrtwi.e K.-r-klna Krulsranls. Manys pw fnmltr that aerka t'le wrairrw l .-Is is H.r h..- or ninnois s foflns I- ia ri ml Irwn ll.al lu.i.l mmai of ilia rmir'anl Sn.l ImniiT'tnS'i eiitila an. friarly II.- i-ii-r a rionia.-n nine. a rn .-n-r vsur nirf- Ihal lne.iiu.ii rbla niitlipst eta.an.e furtiiv tue im is n-l ll.e cu.ul.n"t lnneie nl a fiiMatl'Hi soii.viiirrs an t mla.ms-tsin.e t Watar. Ihsl prolet. hy II I hi- p nnror, U. eitnr-r er Ilia OMirl.t prorlitisj W ,lu II, n.sr Md iy cucouulcf Ibr dausr. f.'ul'o Is the only rlty In the world th.it Is sltu.itel mi the r.intor. Tliero the son risis nnd s-ts nt tl oViot-k the ye:r roiiiid. Tk Modera Mather Use found thst her little oneu are Im proved more by the plrassnt Syrup of figs, when In nee.! of the laxative effect of a gentle rvm?dy thin by any other, and that It Is more acceptable to them, Cl llilren enjoy It and It 1-etieMa thrm. The true re-tnely, Syrup of t ins. Is man-tifacluir-d by the California tig tjjiup Cuiuiany only, Chli .ign has ;hsf) elevator conductors. MAT SHALL I CIVR TOtt Cltt!ISTMAr Tes ess easily milt il la qwailns hr araal. ff to ilaa Ml H MOO A JACCAK1) Jl.Wt.LMV CO., Ilrnidusr. Cor. Lorm, i. Lamia, nha is iflm mil a ail yaa a MLI1 MLVtK Hj.dlaJSAIt. riLrUssal ll.airaatr llaalrslra) C T A LlHil'H. alio. n( J,mo nf lias i balilaluiart Javrlry m4 Salter, warts. M.iny an Aiin rlenn who bonts of IIV rrty l a slave mil ran hear his chain evi ry time he steps, "ITS tir trraani pa-aawi.lrnrrr fat'S J nr.i .1., , ... o( ia. Kllna'a e.iaaal llaaMnrrr. I -ra n n,ai in,. ... o..a .-J :jn. kuM,(J Ai I faia,ra, A woiuiiti Is about as sure to lo-e tor Istadit ns she Is ta bsc her jo.kit IhkiU. hve rrn cfst. a wf.kk rt:rn n lh !- fin in nn my rlannslns v.'rni Srnit lor irt.hlrl lre W. li l I; kT. U l.MoJssj. N. y. The sin th.it w ill stick to yeu I the one yon cx; ert to give uji w ithout any help from Christ. I know that my lite wis rsved by Tlse't Ctire (tr rrr.i,nnitic.a.-jehn A. klJIer. Aurabie, Mnhysa. April 21, ikui. A veil, a pair of glasses and a frown Is n rotiiliitiation in n woman that strikes terror to any man's heart. Jtra, Window's handling; yrn iT'liiwiaa laa a.ar a-rfiana o.a : oi.i riaar. a'.nllkai Aaouu. allavaajua. i sras wia4 raor. arralaabaillt. Man Is surrrsiful when he can com bine in himself the enthusiasm of an nmateur with ttc skill of a profct- Urinal. Oora Taul cow wanta Xl.COO.OOO damsges fcr his republic, nr.d the old man has a quiet way ot usually get ting what te wanta. Nivd conversation is hardly noei-.. ry and ft-nitiently mm iyliu to others. Is a dlar which sHlicts over 7 par cmt. of Iho Amarlcaa rople. It is d.-rrou riiarsac hecauaa il not enly po.aona Ihe blend hul rauaaa hravlnaaa np?i.a;on anJ nulla thr- imrll.d. 1 hag fallow chronic hiadacha, loaa of spp tila, sidw d.raalioa. naivauinraa, l ad train, dit.gy comrlrlon and low pint, ll vi'l rvtiOuaily hna an lir and kiJnry dirra.a in soma incur- hla Cum .-ulicrtr, IBOT ulW diaadrd malady era tpecdity Vftrriet' K Cure and Wirnfr'i BAKh I'lM. Ltadin( f Irty-iicia-ia th world lv-r, chnrwltiJ thtn fact, and thmivnnda of jvrore UtfiHi-rb ut h lauU haa tcatitiwd to It, SAFK Curt put amp to hatkae hf, lir rulachaa, conalipaiion, loa of arpr tif, (r.pfr,ii. Mr4 itrUnsa and ale. Iraancaa, It u!iaa up tha riautcd inum, ll ta a aura cut (or liver and kiJttav coniplfttnt tn any fornv and tha onl-f rn..Ay that haa ever teca all ta cute l-iifc'ht a dicaat. If you at (t tliov tha oard f aurK a rrmte'y, yoii cannot aa lttaf lhaa 17 ibia aing of rameU.ta. tha tt Cti"r Tri'h'tn of r.-vis ( try l a very ctllring m.-in. Mrs. 1 iri.on claimed fce had anr.ther llvtnf la Cjii ha. end h.id h,;.i err.vted. At the trial he pleaded fill'y, nit'i the re mark fh.it he r-i!iy nevr had h"n ' married but oce, hut niy wife i.i' i i . , i ... --i I. .ii. -1 i . r' n-i ii. t i.i j ( --;r siri I'd da anything to plcire her." A rst'j rr.an, Indied, ii poor f.m'a7. I a. W J. A furious Inetdrnt cf tho election u reported fiom fait Lak City vhre a man and his wife to'.h ran for t!-. state snate and the woman hsnliiy defeated t.rr hintiin i on,i t,,..i by an Inmunse plurality. He n-'s'it ri . .... . . r" " "sry ai tns tt'nt, but as he had six wlvrs iv.n .a w i.. al him out can only claim a one-slitb In- len-si in nun anl that may mllJen thi circumutanccj a trifle. Iltinils-rs have ir-i unions. fcu feci t':s r.-li-reform, ilirivu-.l nanic-j .,1 or sort. !. . I'or t!.c ci.-n v'ie Kh l.,rt. tell t abuac. ly a r'.-u:'h tl-.e cry shoui 1 te rne;i:V.,l t,; SJ-'Uil it, or it'll r. 1 yna. V.a can citrj.l scy Cuuh v,vJi Aycr Cherry PcclcirJ. $ C 5 fr!"- 94 vjee'0 vOi ' te..i ii i. i. . .. aouei una. ii mcitca no elii rtnees, 8 fjp n Chronic, i AcuU.or t u IuXIazimjtorr Ot tho Muscles. Joints, anil r.nn. la t - aoiim una. ji mCitcS 00 diUl I OlIOi-lTiL: if i . - s r -r i Vour Gifts --JVitrisa-.a-Wi.-.fc.i 4 Wfc4.t.V coupons inside each four j ounce Lag of Black well's I Durham. Euy a bag 0f J this celebrated tobacco j and read the coupon which gives a list of val- uable presents and how i to get thera. ,l d",re"J-asf, waMraan, Many thousand dollars worth of valuable artichs i suitable for Christmas guts tor the young and old, are to be pivrn t.. 1 smokers of Dbckwdl's Ucnulnc Durham To- J bacco. You will Cud ! OHO rnurMoa inside r-rtrri 1 and two SM.atj Vtl O Ge;'A aaaaaiaS r.r . t i : k-ZOtaklUt,'. aa.J J ! ! (km 1 II li-viVlNld) Au DcW Bmicn Awnv Willi fccli Padiaie of ! h' rl t i- i ..; (dIGAUETTES -7 w r'uir'S -"rj r-. -. r ' - f 0'J'.m r; u V. ', A.. DDuinas AnOpporiiinily A(01LECTOXBlirrON5 WITHOUT G05T. ! U 1 -.,:"?',-jjii? , ?) . ;Ts i o-1 : VP ins . 'rspvv 1. -'''.-' l"!'''7i' ! qj I Ui 1 JfUT: ll 3.Tt.vr;.r x - . V " . I3r3-j,4t'' i t Important Notice! 1 V T. N. U -t C tilCN-60-l6l'. Wt.cn Ai.tliin Ai!vtitUcuict.U Klniliy D'.muea 1i:i l'lpT. - i i : l 1 The only genuine "B:.!.cr,5 Clioco! -t celebrated for more thr.n a century r. . s v i . ..... " ' r- neioiis, nutritious an.' 1 I ) n?e, is put r " V ; Lai'