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of executive to he around Hit "tltr lo be rttponilble (or til the extra ordinary expensei of lb itstt on ac rount of ibt mobi illation of tbt militia Bear. the taring of tbt expense of a.i tttra tttalon of tbt Itrislaturt Tbe Main governor' generosity differs from that of Panlel Wi Inter, wb of ftrtd to par Ibt national dtbt. In that lb governor bat tbt means wbtrewlta to maka good bla offer. th hintM ria. It a very queer look.ng affair. It rep feasants tbe most groii iiiif of green dragous n a yellow ground The KM tST It tuggeetvi- not only of tin- ti.i tiuual i oiuplei ii. I. ut alto Uiat of 1 suffer, r frin li.ll miri.i lo r.-u tbu, use , icr . ItogMak Hitter. . which will gpaVrtlly rcguiaie your LtfM i. I prevent :: . ir.a. Tbe Are which destroyed tht rhurrh of tht lata Rev Charles N ."-'purgeon to London could not tourb tbt work taw grtat prrarhtr did there, nor ram bla words. whl h went forth to tht end of tht world, to fall to tht ground. Tbtit art among tht thing last re nam. With a tala f 10.000 000 flaga itnct tbt war broka out It It protsble thai lb bunting tnitt alto experience dit nculiv in restrslnlt t Ita tn long. Hra.l hr MaWfOMMBtttMi Too will enjoy thlt publication Bocb better If you will get .oto the habit f reading tht ailvi n n n '!"' w " affi.nl a mt .iiterc.tlng "U'ly " 1 w,.i put yotl ii tin- way of Wttll wine excellent lur.M t. "ir adver I .en : reliable. U'-J ' " 1 " t '" ) advertise. "Ha doubt," MM Mr Gladstone. "1 kavt suStrtd a good deal for tbt laai all me ci hi Out t' o, I have had ITS month! almt witboyTjjejn." rJt Ban't arreptm. t of tfi rtterent words At u Imi knffrr "Shall we re raise sood at tbt hand of God, and shall not receive evil' hkr Inl" ! ho. Allen' Knot-Ease, a powder for tbt feel. It rur HiinfuL swollen, sr-.ir:-log feel and Inttantly takct iM t.ng out of i-orns uud MMtaSS Itt tbr great et Uggjgfl d.t.overy M IM Allen't Foot Eatc makes tight hi', -if or now iboet tati caty. II I fair cure for iweanug. ralloui and bat, tiril. NnNK Mb bf foal Try ,t day. Mi by all drugp u eud ikM stor.-t. By ma 1 M lb( lb ttSasS Trial -a. kagc l-'KEK .Vddrcis. Allen s. OtoMlod, La Itoy. V V TEXAS MINOR mENTIOb.. STOCK AND FARM MATTERS KNOW MUCH OF HILLINSSY. "If wt art to aHIIHbi.' inijutrtt a lady orator, 'aby do t vbbl io ao to war with a Url.arc u attof Wd ', abould lika to batt bad omti.odv pn ktot that tstMh lo 0b Might Lata itd to bit io.n.iiihtt Mir rtLdtr. A Ittb with OOtaiO lUTTKKMIl.K tW'AI' tliultiul Ktnttd. .tuiutaing au I btotlrltl. !uld rvrrywbart. Thf C-ft of whV I halt U Ivll i , ' gfjooi b Tbt lata Spanlah flttt- Slnrt ! wit o quickly dont for 1 wundtr wLi waa Itgub IM I ' Tht wrrld It with ua in thlt flfM. lib tba gratifying tirtption of Hpain nd tbt relatlttt of tbt arting Qutrn. Tiiliin li.nihialiiiii ..r. r j I ao-v'i ' tut or III I t. tall l ..at u on f tba M iauo I W it bl o:,i Nervous and Tired Wat Not Ablf to rlo Her Work Until Hood'o taraapariila Cured. "I wat troul.ltd with httdi liti. nrr vnutnrt tiol thit tirrft ttrl.ng. I rtad in the r alx.ut llooct'a rrnaarilla and began taking It. I am now tt.lr to do my work. Road! rUrtaptnllt hi rtl i d a." Hw T F Itn n. RaotpablM, III. Hood's Sarsaparilla It Anxr Hood' , ... .. t l Ilia ae Bdbjaawat i h I BAD BLOOD i tti tin t .i all III ttm IIU t -li ltl a t..r tfciw CANDY CATHARTIC J CAT MAHTIW K0-T0-B4C. riri li'tnli' r.'i Tii oi r a'.-i tn ii i"i ft. St aa ... CUWi CONSTIPATION. ... iurii ... Bam aaNttli let it lit .1 nJ tnllfri tr til ,inif ,U I., II II I H . DID YOU GET YOUR TEXAS LANDS? l baaa ,.f teat Mb awai al itmi in Tm awilllnt Ikt rtthlfill lirri li. (l II. 11(1 If I mii rirr k.lrr i r. rloadrM wkuwtaHoTtiat artttL fill n mi t.. ,1 In i.l, ii !" nil l.i la lonn ta. trtt. It Tou " "attj It Ta , -n Miwat wk" wtat i" In 'n tn rtnr in lil :nil ri,H"l ' Hi"" lk" "'Ifi I In 1441 tl, I ' t ! I,i ti I .nir II til "Ihru I ..in lilt aim! lltO 'Ut 'lil i.Mtiti It Itltt, PICTURES and FRAMES Aanii en irv frstLM Writs t r tir.it luiiat Til A NEW ami QUICK METHOD J I., nit. irttiai aitw DROPSY l'n ' '" " M W tllSCOVI RV: ita in iUi HIU, IUMU Ml PATENTS a vii iii. I ft i.tiin. Mmeaer, Itaa ri .. , , iair k , i unaiataat itattaaaaWiMWtllat" WRITE iwm llttlMol iilt Jt i rinr invt for iht IkI n,1 llnttth l ttti iti.l a. aatn t. awiBaagti , ;Thompaon'i Eyt Wttir When atacfiai XdvtrtititnfBta Ciodlv Ntatioa ibis I'aotr, W. N. U. HUUsIUN. NO. 24. I89t Tn'j H.ggloa waa badly '.roll. Fori Worth U U bare a frea kinder, garteo acbuol. The poatofbVr at I'ort Arthur la noS In tha praaldentlal rlaaa. Daroratlun day waa aprpnprlalely ob- ervtd all oter tha ttata. Tbt new eleetrlr light rompany Is DbaaTd baa niDBoDred furniahlag light, T. H Martin of (Jrap-vlDe dropped 'ead from heart dlaaae m tha Ind In- taTaTti Mlllt coiioty haa redeemed 114.000 of eaSrtSflSM boad btld by tha cbud fund Tbe rrtelpta of tba ttata department for April and Mjy aggregated tk.- r.'S .i.' Mlxtran girla and eight hoyt ronatltut. td tSf graduating elaaa of M Klnuey i nige. I rof. lit II of Helton baa been alerted primlpi! of the fifth MbtrM acbool of QajMtMaV The Draxorla Ijnd and Cattlo rom- 1 (any bat Im r.'aaed Ita capital ttock frtra IM 00 to ItOO.OOO. MM M la Koater of Chicago and U. V HsitSSI of (lalveatoo were mar ried at ('Imago on the lit. Tht par tiet bad l-ti ptbTSMbtoa at Anduvr. Ma Mrt Kotter wedded nome jreart tlnce and loal her buaband about two vean ago l-aat year the and Mr Huti h met for the firtt time in twenty eart gad tfedir mg4ger.ient and rcar rnige MaM ! Albert rtimm."v::ie of Alabama waa , adjudged intani' In the dutrlit ourt at aSS A rear ago Hommervllle waa trltrt a. MM on a rbangt of venue and given the death penally for the murder of hla miln at MMSSSA tieiaute tba wo'lli! not anept hit atttntlon. and had h.iiiL Iiaiie . t .n. .'iter m-ing I'nii After n irderlng tae girl rloBBtrv-lia att-rr.j ted ul !de. Tbt teirelary of atlte dejioiiteil in tht rtate treatury lii.lSl 29. the re celptt of that .lepartuviil for Mar Moil of :li.r a.nne( iMtinenla of Iran rhi' tax- fr m foreign and doBoatlc ... ,. ., . are due May 1. but no peoa!t gSSTSSl P I" Mr 1 All d:inguen! rporationa are now required to pay a penally of la fi aai h month that elapaea after forf' ltute. lo addition to the regular tax After the xplration of mx muntha from late of forfeiture there la no way by wblcb the forfeiture may le releated ne montter n)na,tldateil freight lo-,i,n..';f- !.av. Jit! n inpleied for the Santa Kt railway Tba total or rl.t of .-a. h -nglne i. !'.' '0u pounda. of wliiih 143. mii puundt art- mmed by the driving wbeeit Tbe .ylladora aro j nd. diamtter ut tha tmallett ring, and jlx-.'t. mctira The liollera are of tha ttralgt.t top variety. ti MM in ls Mt gfd I I Mbi the theett being one calf flve-elgbtt and eleven-tlxteentb MMl in tbleknoat. The driving wbeela ae Bfty-tevtn Inrhea la dlamoter. The tender' . an rarry &U00 gallont of water and en tjnt of roal They are gsM lo be tbe largett looBottvea wtt of the MlttiMlppI r.ver eiiept thoae uaed on the Southern l'alflr In tba Bouc MBSSf tei-tlon nfCalifornla. The twenty nlut'.i annual reunion Of Terry'n rang. BM MM at Auttln on the l'.t and Ml MM "h IMP t-T.-i. ii-- Mi'- "ig other buaineat trant- acted yh tbe appointing of a roBBtt- ) lea to memnria!!e the Indiana lgl'' lure to return a flag to the rsngera nj lo the psMMMl f lb" u'; o'0 ron' grafilailng Jui.n M. CMlbtirne. f. rmerly adjutant of tbe regiment, on hit ap point raent aa giurlermaittr general on , the ttaff of tien Joe Wbealer. and the appotutmi nt of a . ommlttee to reque.-t tha Texae d'legatlon In congreaa to MMl out for (len. Clalborod In the lint of poa alble pr.iButlon. A rommlttea waa ap pointed lo dtvUe nieana to erect a llb.U'Hi nritiuruMi! Victoria wan r.- t ed M next year'a meeting. J W. Hrown.rn of Victoria wat alMttd btaal dant; J li. Booth. II rat vlce-prealdent ; B. F Hurke, of MSM H""" a Ml W.e pri'MMit. W K. Moore, of MM lug Hrldge, third vlce-prealdent . II IX Stillu-n. of VI -i r .-. f urlii vlce-pr.-;. . til W IV CI' v ' lurid of It" .' 'H Ueaturer; T. W. UllMBt, of HoiiKtoti, .-. i gist lerrewry . W 11. Kyle, of Vic toria, c irretpondlng aecratary. Mm JataSa II. MMl ox ran Wcth. SM hat been attending the tami ientannUI Juhllea af ipirltualliB at It", baatar, N. Y., baa Mm bMMt aa DM M IM MMJMM f'P"'l"nt Amen i gl IM international attoclatlon of Igdl "'ii.,'". to be MM In 1-ondou June 30 At MM, on the Cnd Intt. H. j UsMS, formerly .hlef of the fire de- jartnu ni. RSI lUMt In tbe abdoaen. j John IHlatWJ. n tliemat). telephoned to the police nation, and an officer went M IM lire nation and placed hln uu dr arret! A r-at hat been rlmd at Fort Worth ; VMS ' il UMM firrn MMBM tM 1 purchnter of u tract of land in the for Birr city. It .' propoted to ere-t there on an elevator with n toK'.uiJC bunhel i capacty Wolk will toon n ,1 mid proceed rapidly. Hiirlim May t!i' lulla pMMMt rc gflMl (NJTt fUtlNJIi agslnti I10741--14 fur the corngfMMMj mouth of lat veat 1 1 I'm "' if Ktcmd-i'laa trwU ter MtdMl within tho laat three inimtl, ,n i. ic l ii "ii U" pound Iti March to KI7.UU0 pounda In May. The rcraalnt of the late C. A. Oln norhlo, who died at Fort Worth on tha .TMt. ult . were Interred at Martball MMMMM from teveral rltlea utt tu ed tbe MWTSL Rev. PMMf 90aaM ghrin of UttM Hock. Ark., ufflclatcd. Dunham wax vltlied by a MM on tht Bight of the .tin unt. Tli M ahuu-h, the MM tellgloua edlilce In tha titv. hail tbe haao of the towur ttrurb by lightning, ahatlerlug tbe heavy tim ber and buratlng every aiecUtc llb jkoba In th building bo com - i ir . , III cutle In tba taction aroand Kant are reported In Ana order. An abundance of grata and water la reported In Han Ha be county. A aoaklng rain around Knnla on tba alat ultimo revived vegetation. Cotton and torn are looking wel around Kimball. Hoaqu county. High wlnda damaged wheat to a lim ited extent around rtherman laat week Cattle Intereata around Yorktown are all right, but a good rainfall wuuld not hurt cotton and corn. Wheat geuerally good, corn looking well, oata fair, cotton late, graaa fine It late newt from the country adjacent to St Jo. Montague county. Farmera In Sun Haba county ay the wheat and oat cropt In that county will not yield to much per acre tbla year aa laat, though both crupa are fairly good. Tom IJreen atoekmen are reported to have exp. gjga over 130.000 thlt yeai for thoroughbred built Not one haa died and IMf are In Utter coudltlon , than when flrtt received. A number of cavalry horaea for the Mexican government have been pur chased In Tom (ireen county al prlcea ranging from 12a lo too per head 1 bey were told al all tort of price, but Ia waa tbe minimum figure. Despite the scarcity of rain, cropt and graaa In Cameron county are aald to be In a flourlthlng condition. The lattle all over the county are in excel lent condition and the tto kmeu are ; Jubilant over the bright outlook. Wi tt Texaa ibei-pmen nay that ow , Ing to the open aeaaon the wool clip will fall allgbtly below that of 1197. but ' the dlfferen.e will lie more than made up by the i lean condition of the wool, which far turpaaaei anything teen In yeara. Timely thowert fell around lt. M- -l.ennan county, on the morning of th. lit. whbh will prove of material ben efit to MRfl and cotton There waa utr.e wind with It. but uncut oata were net damaged to an appre lablc extent Marvelling of the large wheat and oat rropa around MtSSS, Montague lounty. will toon begin Kaln at rea aonable intervali will lie needed for orn and .otton and with thlt necet tary element both will produn- largely Karmera ell over MlMafM MSMJ r In giMid tplrlta. Will Ettat of Midland r,'inty re (ently had a (onveriatlon with W II liodalr. aanior member of tbe live ttock lonimlaali.u firm of tiodalr. Harding i Co of Chicago, while Mr tiodalr waa v lilting Midland Mr c.odalr hat ei tentlve ra:i h Interetta north of Mid land and It much interested tn the cat tle Induativ He aald he thought the futuie of the cattle MMMM In Texat wa all right, that while he felt ture prlcet would derreaie to eome extent the decline would only be alight and would finally aettle down upon the ha tit of prl ea In the northern lerrltorlet wblcb would ttlll leave Texa-. .attle men a maigln of roflt on thulr young Iteeit William 0BTTT, an old Fort Worth dairyman, who haa returned borne after an extended tour In Europe, aaya tht entral milk denote acroat the Allan th filter the milk befure telling tan. Mr Curry gsfl lrr cyllndrl-al vei ' telt are ued. being divided bortootal y netr tl.elr center by compartment -tonulning tand of three auccetalve de . .i- ...,... .f .fine tin- BBaw m eat ,ected tl low.n. and aa the mhk la poure. Tu through ii pip'- into me aaiiiai at I three veaaela it rtae through tbe tand filter and la run off by an overflow pipe Into a cool cittern from whi. h It It draw n directly Into I . Vied ran- for diitrlbutlon The tau I Ir renewed each time the filter It uaed lie dirt Ii teparated from the milk tha number of bacteria Ii reduced to one-third and in aatonl hlng uantlt of mucin and tllmy mailer It removed the loat of fat Itlng very illgbt Oati and uhrat are being harvetted In Oallai county and pioneer farmer ray tnli union the moot prollfl . ........ Lr. v.n In mativ veart will r ward the tll'era of the toll They feel high! eUtnl over their ptotpe. t ami feel that Raty ttreet will tie tl.elr thor- ; MfMSn the latter part of ls;. Tl: a i,.l e-j ib 1 mutlc of rcapen ana noe...... heard In the air all over Dallaa coun U .md many 'aiMirerw are butlly en iHf l IMMVMl the golden grain ttoa It giowing nicely and promlaet n fair fMaV Tom Jnmea of Hcttrry ror.nty. who . vltlted F rt Worth lately, tnyt that ; ,ropt In that county are looking flrM , , and that ihree-fotirtht of the , ptsMM thlt year will be cotton He tava that Torn U up knee high I ajM thut the recent mini In that dis trict almort Inture an abundant yield ( The gaoat notl.eable thing tn that ..nit iv. ard one that roncerna itock- i mm the mott. It the rapid Increase In j i.i. am nil tlone the Hue. Th- p.,1.. a or. ling l Mr !iro 111 .reatlng with wonderful rapidity every i A thrifty I'd of immlgranU are N ' porte.1 to huve tetlled In Hrown and Tom lire -Ii .oiintlet the past few tnontht. The Improvements they have made are of a tuliatatiUnl character. Mitttttll that they have SMt to i atSTi Judge J W Stevenit f Hllliboro. i ato haa gaSM bSIbSMtI tour over ..rib Texaa. ny the wheat crop la DM ...irgett and beat q'taHty MM In that tectlon fur many yeara. The oat crop alao he re8ard aa prooilalng an abundant yield. Uoli.it Hurnett. of Karnee county, waa a vlaltor la Fort Worth recently. Mr. Hurnett It entluialattlc over crop prospects In tkal MTtlaS f the country. B tayt that the weather there Ii clear. I dry and plcaaant, and that veg. ' elation Ii rapidly growing. Com It laid j gf and many fartuere are feasting on ' roiialing ear. Cotton It growing rapll ly. and fi lilting ni ely. mid fernn .lie j using hoe and cIIkiw T4SM and MSJ Ing tbe we dt down. Watermelon!, ac u.'ilng m Mi. Ueuuilt. li: ba riot lu I a lew da) a. .awBe of tbe Oar CetaKkilaB raat Tby ifcM't tSSMMs One milliner on WabaaS atenoa baa rant to tha m alterable conclualoa that tome married man are becoming altogether too critical of tblcga tbalr wlvea wear. "Hardly Cyday paeeee." the said "Ihal one of tar euatomera INOLAND AND AMERICA. aa Bm tout gflaadl irnmr lfe Wat with ,,..., Tba great war sow Impending baa alaioat aa great aa Intereat for Can adlana aa though they were partlcl I aata In and not mere tpertatora of the atruggle. aayi tbe Montreal Blar There baa been renilderable friction between does not come back teBe with a per- ( our neighbor and ouraelvea. bo doubt fe tlv lovelr bat thai oc baa careful ly picked out and hL made beraelf. after long deliberation, to have me al ter It, becauae her huaband dceen't like It. I could Juat abske the womei who do thla. ao 1 could' The ld-a of their permitting their Judgment about lurh a thing aa a bat for their own heads to be ovarrulad by their hua banda1 What do men know about women a hata. anyway? Yet, the poor little characterise woman who comet In here to me. a i.g 1 tbtnk tbe bat It perfectly beautiful myaelf. and I certainly would like to keep It. but my huaband pooR-pooba It. and aaya Iff "dinky," and a colored meat, and an outrage on art. and 47J yeara toe young for me, anybow, and to I'll hart to change It for aometblng more atald.' Too young for you -tbat'i what the huahandi are all taylng now about the halt their wlvea are select ing for theimelvei. It "a too tiaaper Hlng. ao It la! Do uheee r.uebandi want their fraili-looklng wlvea to get themaelvea up Ilka occupanta of a home for luperannuated ladlei? Do they want thttn to appear on the atreeta In tbe little bundly black toquea. with MSMM f SMTfM etlck Ing up In the hack, and with Paliley lhawli thrown over their thould.ra' The idea "And the big way there men talk of , .-olora. too as If any of them knew the difference lietween cerlae and burnt orange' Why. a man came In here with bla wife the other day to te- that the changed a hat th" had had me make for her a few dayi before. The hat wat aa preity n thing aa any of my glrla ever made, tr.mmed with a d'll cate thade of heliotrope chiffon. It certainly wae not loud, and it certain ly was not too young for the lady, who waa not more than 31 and at pretty aa a peach Well, the way that man botaed around! And do you know that all the time he waa talking about loudly-trimmed women't halt he waa wearing a green and yellow necktie hlmeelf poeltlvely! If theae rrazy men are to afraid of their wive look ing pretty and attractive, why don't they Immure them In conventa, or make them wear thote blanketi with eyebolea. that or.ental womn waarT" I From the Chbago chronicle. MMM "' MaBSSSaa " MSB. Cblnaa 1.300.000 square mi lei iup port a population of 3al.000.o00. wblcb Is an averaae of 292 pertont to tbe square mile. Shantung It one of tbe moet dentely (Mipulated provlncee In tbe Chlnete empire The average of population per square mile It 167. WHAT THE LAW DECIDE3. Kx.mptlona of "acrldenta to botlera and mai hlnery." tn a bill of lading are held, in Kalrbank vi Cincinnati. N 0. and T P. R. C IC. C App Itb 0 ). in 1. K A 271 Intufflcli.nt to Include B 4 a car axle. Delivery to a conilgnee who doea nut produce the bill of lading Ii held. In Nebraaka Meal Mllla vt. St lxula 8. W. R. Co. (Ark ). 31 L. R. A. 31k. aufflcient to discbarge the liability of tbe railroad company If It had no no tire that the .111 of lading had been traniferrcd With th'.a cate are col- the authorltlet on the lubjert m Jiay delivery be made tin ier hill of lading." A passenger careless Ute of a load ed gun on a Mi .inmost, by which an other BSaaaStM it injured, Ii held, in Wett Memphla Y. Co. va. White iTenn i. 3s U R A. 427. to render the owner of the neamboat liable. If the paaienger'i negligence waa tuch aa to excite apprehenalon In a reasonably prudent person and the owner failed to exercise the utmost vigilance and diligence in protecting tbe paiaengera. on arrmint of tbe very Intimacy and freedom of our relatione. Brothera are I perhapa more apt to quarrel tban ' atrangera bnt there la seldom any bitterness In tbelr quarrele. and there I Ii no nation under beaven that wa Lintona would like to ice whip tho Cnlted StMra. unleaa new and then under great provocation we ftel aa though we would not mind doing It ourre'.vea. In tinea of pcare and protirlty there Bay be rDalrlee be tween ua; there may tie ceaetonal Infrnatlonal threatening and gibing, teraute we both have cur share of foolt bm In times of natlf nal trial or misfortune tbe dominant feeling among Brltona la that the two natlona j , , ; r. Their hlocd iMtf tra dltlotit. tbelr history In great part. tbelr rharacterlatlc virtue and their chararterittlc faulta. to a large ex tent, are all ours. Apart from the mer i (ta of 'he quarrel lietween the I'nlted States and Spain It la imposilble that men of Brltiah blood eculd ever wlab to aee the people of tbe I V.ted Statei ) fall Into tbe hand, of Spain " Ameri gBS dlplomary It rough, and It la pos tlhie that the awful calamity of war might have been averted by dlplomary of another order. MM the end In view, the termination of the reign of horror In Cuba, rompele cur lyBpatb'.ee. Spain a n-' thorii of co'.onlal govern ment are not our metboili Spaln'i way , of fighting ii not our way and all our I aympatblta will go with the brave eol dlere and tallon of a fne people fight Ing for tbe ause of humanity and ttruggllnr to extend tbe boandi of free dom. There la one more bond of union between Ureal Britain and the I'nlted States In connection with this war. "England" It more than a geo graphical expreaalon. to tbe rest of the world It la lyconymoat with a type of clvlllxaiion that the allem do not love: a type charactertied by civil and rellgioua liberty, by enlighten ment, progrett and proaperlty Thla dreater England" Includes two great natlona of common origin and com mon atpiratlona though of dlverie al legiance The best Brltnh rubjeet la the man whoa Ideas are broad enough and lympathlee wide enough M M brae thla C.reater England" With theae two natlont united (we do not mean politically i. the Englieh type of clvllliatlon mutt prevail. "Naught shall make ui me. If England to ttaelf do reet bat true " With tbe union Ja k and tbe Hart and ttrlpea blended. "Come the three corneri of the world In armt. And we thall ihre-k tbm. Whether England a pnrt In the com ing struggle will be a paitlre one re mains to be aeen. hut at leaat her empathy will keep tbe rest cf Eu rope In rhrck. fflHUminH"nHHIHanF""mg Your Liver i.j'. a r.nt. ai- i r... . c.r. ronatination. and they cure it eosssqsssc, pile. CUtO WaaMllB.IUI Bva ae - . a - S ,T...i,.n .ick headache, nauaea, "Btetl torirse, UIIVni4TBW, laaMAjueawrvtsA, m . itfjaU foul breath, bad tute, palpiUtion. nerronnieB, im la bility, and many other msladie thst MMjM root m conttipation. They are pectM for si arMMMrf sM ttomsch and bowl. and ketp tha body is s cowiitws of gound health. -I bate oatd AveVi PiTla for the paat thirty yeara aat eeatider tats, aa BBaMM MM ', t ! better rtawdv Ut liter iroabUe, sad have alwava feaa u. a araxtat care fer lyiaepsav'-JaaUU yuaa. SO htoM Etreet, Uartfurd. Uaa. Ayer's Pills mmsmamnmannamnm LL , ,, ' IRONING MADE EASY. Hit MANY IBITT0R$. IUT NO EQUAL. TLI C-itM P"TWwd " B WWO OlOl . .cieiitiMc p. 3 p1"- ,y men " "" b ' rVrl ..ocrience in fancy .aundenng. It restore old .nen and turn mar drawees to their natural ttl. tet.eaa and imparts a beautiful and latt.na; Bnisb. Tha only starch that is perfectly barm less. Contains no arsen.c, alum or other in- - MiUttsn. Ian be uaed even lor a baby powder. ua tcut esoctt re it aao ragi ao omcs fST-AR'JH i i sjau avae aa ttn an Ij c tat ir war ai !j CCaBBBBBBaBBaBaBBaTaBXeaTT ' oat ecit ;-.;- .. v. slit4tec -.: J J c.hu1bik6ERws'c . nkr If. uu. ..y TTTVTVT Ok. al THote MM MtMS The fohiwlng letter exrlaina Ittelf ' Pear Job. - I luppoae that by tbu time you have reached your rcrcmand. I hated to i ave you go to tbe war. deareet. but yiu wanted to. and ao It a all right. Take car of your health, and he ture and send me al) your 11 ary aa It falls due. I Sttl need It all. Tbe government will take care of you. No more it prtitnt. from your lovtnt wife." DEVIOUS EFINITION9. Money Tbe posilble key to man'l origin. Tears- The rain of woman'a aorrowa and joye. Intuit lon-i Something that la beyond all reason Hash A badly mlxed-up boarding house e If air. Unite An example of wbat a mi a It when he Isn't. Intuit The proffer of a small sum of money si a bribe. Logical- Something a woman can be only when she hates. Uosslp- The sugar uaed by aome folk to sweeten their lea. I llrtatlon A pastime of tbe fair ei that Is only half fair. Imty Something that la uaually too plain to be attractive. Wind Something that maket a bicy cle pneumatically tired. Ulryrle A vehicle the rider of which acta at horae and driver. Advice Something that la easy to give, but uneaay to take. Promise A imall outlay from whi- h large returns are expected. pttj A fellow feeling thut Is too of ten subitltuted for charity. Optimum The philosophy with which regard ourselve. Intoxlcollgy Tbe si lence that treata of very slow but sure poisons Liberty The police court Judge's equivalent for $10 or ten dayi. Kullure An automatic thread-, utter in the human tewing machine. Conceit- Something that maket a mini admire hit own mlttakei. Pessimism The philosophy with wbli h wi regard our neighbors. atillB n man who Imagines the world . an t get along without him. Imitation of a Wreplna Willow. One of the aMMatM t Chataworth. tbe duke of Devonshire'! place. Ii a weeping willow made of copper, and ao dexterouily faabloned that at a dis tance It wtnb:s tl tree. It I actually a ihower bth. for by presa Ing a secret tap a tiny ipray of water can be made to burn from evtry branch and twig of the tree, to tae discomfort ol any vM may be under It. MM A" MMSMMbS A good many girls In Atrbbjon de clare thut thty will go at nunes to tbe war, but tbey howl if they have to get up at right to prepare hot oil for a little brother'a earache Atchison a lobe. THERE IS SCIENCE IN NEATNESS.' BE WISE AND USE SAPOLIO SPANISH NAMES. The following timely explanation of tbe pronunciation of Spanish name, aa published by Tbe Pioneer, la believ ed to t correct Such names as Havana and Madrid, we hare long been acmitomed to In their anglicised sound, at. rt I not worth while to learn a different pro nuni latbon Rula- Roo-eeth. equal accents Maieo- Mab-the-o, accent on first y I la Die Blanco- Blahng-ko. accent on nrtt syllable. Madrid Mab-drte, arrtnt on ice ond tyllable. Cabana- Cah-wab-na. accent on second syllable Havana llab wab-nab, accent on scnnd syllable domes-- Go-met h. accent on Brst syl lable "o" long Cau' vas-Car no-was, scttnt on ond syllsble. "o" long. Ptrlco Diss- Per-ee-ko Dee-ath. ac cent on second syllable In Pertco; ac cents equal in tond word. Maria Rodrlgutz - Mab-ree-a Ro-dree-getb. anent on second syllabi in both words . "o In Ro la long. Nearly evtry man you meet la Ing at his own lde It Ii not . xartly true, aa s Ttsvsn psper ssvs. that Gtn Lee left Havana because be wsi too cowsrdly to remain longer but he e.gbt have been sppr benilrs Tbe Spsnlib cbsrscter lurn to stixiilnstlon si s bahy to tbe moth er milk snd the mere belpttsi a maa Is tbe more vindictive the Spaniard are Oea Ls was doubtlets prudent. He wsntel. quite eaturally to ob borne alive We den t blame him bit Why i'jcuI : be have reaained la Havsca to be vuied? NATIONAL FLOWERS. The rote of England I nothing more than the wild rote. The York rote wat white, the Tudor tbe red or pink wild rose. The thittle wsi choten hy Seotlartd becauie according tn tradition during a night attack made by tome Dauei one of the Invaden ttod on a thittle. gave a cry of pain and waked tbe ih pert, who saved themselves. One could icarcely call tbe leek a flower and the Welih do not know bow It come to be aisnclated with their country. Some date Ita adoption aa fat tack aa 40. when Cadwallo de feated the Saxons. Ills men to dis tinguish thercielvti wore leeka In their rape. Louis VII. of France SV the first to use the fleur-de-Us as hit emblem. He had it repretented In gold over the blue mantle of hla son Philip, when the latter wai crowned Joint kins The word It probably not fleur-de-lis or de-lure at all. but MSI a Ixmlt. When It MSMM changed the reference to lilies was made nnd th lilies of France VM. known In his tory. it has been suggeited by aome peo ple that g ir tltsMtl (lower th"Uld be the rolumblne, which gn wa wild la all pnr'.i of the Vnlon. The name na turally itirgrita Columbia and Colum bui. There la really a connection be tween the two. The name Cohimhm Colombo in Italian - mean "dove" and the columbine receive Iti name from Do To i,oil !..l'""' lysi 'rr.tr bt Btlg Btlir. full ..f I 1 Bene at I g ir. late It-It. lite, tut teaei iraer. tt-i iasi" wsa ssta ttroag All draigt'i r "r I 1 art gsarsa- ttad Boollel IB'l tlll.l .lee V I III I ftterbag UrBtedy Co . In -aguor .t i.rs Acarcbitt Moil tayi B will take no part In the prevailing war. II n his habit to tort if r htniielf under the btd la caie of vicient agitttion. to that tbit aonoanctraint .11 lake nobody by MTfMS pum irrtLu.t 1. e 0..1 TtliaikA letlhllis l i Will lit lietltf SUC b happier al m.r TlSTBI suO ivtk-i-.ie 1I.1 ii,w. ... When anyone over thirty years oil UMaTtptl to go tan an esruraioa, the autlior.ties ihould .n'. rfere. D snt s clear. It t ' I" . I KM II K For a healthy . SOAP Au obi f ishloned woman's remedy for every ti ng from a heart t a back s 1.' 1 a uiii',irl plaster. Maaaie or iioweu wuk t tteaeaSk l anlt 1 smsriit. ear eoatueiiiaa lortvtr IOcUk. Il A man could ! ar:i a great many iMSM f if 'l.'lu't thiuk a already kuew thoui. FAULTLESS STARCH, THE BEST FOR fcliirt Waists, S Jj yODelksts x jfL ( Clothes. XP. . NvResd otir KnH-VBookkU. . JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbssbbbbbbbbV JLailStssaawxl 0mgjv MxsWMwM 3 l.erru fl i. bsbpA rsaT" lav 'ebH WtfSm ft r. xsTanK n-.-.n ... 1 1 j m bS ae.ei-ceae BgMB JMa i. c v 91 ei:tu iuitwta M nH iJflj lrSrt bijatA - - J Ban .: 1 -m mjB KH MuMan at rtttte QH J RfeM Oaenates T ilaa al tfl T7: j U.I I iaIBT ;i.i . Mm ni tinn ttsi tivd 1. I'tkrr, Ii . Let. 1,'M. the nopular Idea that It looks like a Trouble ckiniethlng that can be bor- k ,)f ,jOVea. Thli form grows wild rowed without security or luterest. CMllSMlal Bomethlng a woman can reach without using reaaon or Judg ment. Moon Something children cry for until they get big enough lo want tbu earth. Indifference A man regard for to morrow's breakfast Juit after ruling today dinner. Wuniuu A human being who knowi be It better than her a- xt-dour tn UU bar.-Chicago News. In the Riw-ky mountslm. A front view of the flower thovti a five-pointed Mar. a single petal H In the ttupe of a horn of plenty, typical of our re lourcea. and the tbort-tpurred variety resembles a liberty rsp. The lobes of Its terminal divisions are thirteen the original states and In color the columbine Is cither red. white or a pure blue. Root beer ought to be a popular beverage among base ball cranks. The maa who own a phoaagrapli .uu! a parrot MS ft alung wuUoai a wife, MM ralarrh fore la taken internally. Prl. e, "Sc. TASTELESI r-u, TDNip 18 JUST AS C000 FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 80 c s. Grove's Taat4l Olilll Tonic- Vlr.ue may be It own rewirJ bni Ciere la more money is telling go I brick. Ill car Cbliai. If tl ui .).,.. aat a i s Lvu . i usivittl w tst Vbca i.wriin advrrtlvmrstt Hisd McaikM Ibis raper t rati, U. k, Caban suffering might bo won. TM inhabitant are nut at tbo SBfCj a tSa U trust.