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On Iho Canary Islands grow a foun tsill tr f. H Is snld ti nt the 1. av .. toiiittaiiily illntul a qusntlty of watef that Is sufficient to ftirnlth drink lo every living creature In lllero, nature having provide! thin remedy for the drouth of the lulnud. Every morning near tliln part of the Inland a cloud of mint arises from the a which the wind force against the steep cliff on which the tr- grows, and it I from the mist that the tro distills th water. Important to Moth ee. KxnnlM ewfttllf wtry bcrni. of CASTORt.i, sat. mtA nn rvrmpd foe tuluiu and chlKlrm, ana Da II B.rth S IglMiaiA of la kW Foe (ttr SO Ymr. TIM Kind Too Usv Always Bouf I. ( Wher. Tlma Speeds. A (watch taken to the top of Mont Blarfe mill gain thirty-fix seconds In twenty-four bourn. Th thinners of the. air. with its increased pressure.,; makes the poor watch dlizy and leads It to nit faster. THE WORLD'S FAIR ST. LOUIS. Hii F.pworth. ten tiw-a. fr.m the Admio vurmuofi ad4 i vbvftu.oa outrun''. t a Mfr, -nbuirot om-k buiidir:r ol ot-rMW mvait It fu e nwrv to ai llts-l Kpworth tnia At Hie Wffnuurtv aw) f r.m tool... KAt.- 00 ttuf utd nt. KunrAA i-Iao. Kirvc,ii tf:nrif BAil -r.i"Cr.Mtie prlc-. Erry roo VM.im.oo. itcMfeluKrti-rv .nnr N.iimaaI ft,.rA HiMiOAM tsr be trft1 UH-jn.r tri.o rr on ulsv Hcu-i orvx out! V ai.iaUia Are-, ok Lcu-a. H It doesn't take a hatchet faced wo man to cut an undesirable acquaint ance. Tha Beat Result In Starching ran b obtained only by using De nanr Starch. tx-slde aPttlng 4 m mr for time money cocking re quired. It icemi (trance that people who re (turk up seldom stick up for each other. ylTtC trmmnfi wd. B m i ai owe Or k4 IxlHr.K II 11 IWUi. tn, la a u. Iluii, Ua, feu ana sum, f y. to A girl cant even blush without hav ins a certain amount of cbeek. t do aot tx-ltrrc Ptio Curr for Coiuniaipnoa baa aa equal fur onuaba ao4 nXit. Joaa K tioTsa. Yrtaity (iprttir, lad . rrb. Ub ttuu. If woman is romantic after the It 30. ihe should keep it to beraelf. fr. ttaT-M (MMilfa rorartto I(a4 4r 1it 1 mf if tiff lrri; d A Wlow aeldom becoroea a Jail bird Jut for a lark. W rh' i niMtfl. Mlm lb iun.t, fa It doeant tak a magician to maka mountain out of a tuoMiill. VOI R ATI I.NTI0N. If anyone effrtd )OU 1 Joed dollar lor an tmpcrltd ont would you tA M ? N on eftjrtd )ou an JMxl SotUr lof 7& cUt ol bad mooty ttWd you UU it f Vt off you 16 oumii of th vtry btt tttnh m6t lor Wc. No other brand n m good, )( ill otHtn coit Hk. lor 12 ourxn. Ourt butuwu pjpowtwA. lANCf STARCH a tha UA and tlKiL V Juaranltt I utuiattdry. AtK your jrocrr. Tb DOTOICE STAKtl CO, Om.ha, Neb. WiY GET SOAKED lfKU;lj cuotmino . . 1 a y t TNI V-watv HAS:tT STCS! ktfoaroaiTtMpt iw irTAtMa loT aafc tftf ft 9 VI M V HaTfc A . CO , IMTWI. Aft , V GOOD LIGHT aomtthtng avary maroliant looking for. Write a today foe Catalogue, Over JO. 000 "KAQLM" Acetylana G.nar- tor la a la ftaaititneat, tlaroa, lodge Halls, (to. Oantral Aoatylana On., Tim Omlammr 0t.,Mmma Ci r DEGGS' CLOOD PURIFIER uUrrb fit tb timaii, Stranfte Weapons That Decide Deadly Quarrels, and Conditions That Have Caused the Challengers to With draw. . Prom time Immemorial duels bava been fou ht In every land tinder tha sun. Iremeditaled combats have tak en place belaeeu two persons for the purpoite of deriding some prtTBte dif ference or quarrel and have ben fought with deadly weapons and with a ptirposo to take life. Tbe ctallenser baa generally been one who was confident that be could worm his adversary with pitol or sword, but there hare been many in stances where men, goaded to des peration by persecution or slander, have challenged the ones who made life unbearable even when they f.'it thnt the chances were apainEt them?" but like the man who meditates sui cide, they felt It was the ealet way to end their troubles. However, in most cases, duelittts are either selflish or wantonly thouphtlesn, for "the duel lt values bis honor above the life of his antagonist, bis own life, auif the hat pin' a of bis family." In France and Germany due'lne en joys a wrtaln amount of popularity, although the laws forbid It, and, until a half century ago. a Sght with swords or plflols between prominent men In this country, who wished to settle contention, was by no means uncom mon, and a description of several of these Incidents occupies many pages of American history. They Invariably resulted fatally for one and sometimes for both of the combatants, so that dueling became exceedingly unpopular with Americans. Duels bare been fought not only with all kinds of weapons, but in vari ous other waya, some of them under the most dramatic circumstances and with the most tragic results. The methods employed have been most original; some have been fiendish, with the outcome utterly hopeless for either duelist. Davy Crockett, frontiersman. Indian fighter and congressman, waa one challenged to mortal combat ,by famous duelirt la Washington. Crock etfe bravery was unquestionable, but the odds were against him with sword or pistol, for the skill of the challenger with either weapon was world re nowned. However, Crockett accepted, and. being the challenged party, bad tbe right to name his choice of weap ons. He bad gone Into the. wilderness on numerous occasions and with bit brawn and a sharp axe bad cleared hundreds of acres of timber land. Ilia prowess with tha broadaxe waa fa miliar to everybody, and when be rhoae broadaxes as dueling weapons Ma challenger hastily apologized to Mm. Then what might have been famous duel was averted. Crockett regarded bis would 1m antagonist at coward, and be proved It. The hero of the broadaxe. a few years later, fought to the death with a little band of brave men in tbe Alamo, of whom It was written: "Mar a'hon bad her messenper of defeat; the Alamo bud none." The moral of this incident I obvious. A few years ago two Swedes went out upon a railroad track In a cut In the mountains of IVnnHvlvania and fought until an exp.re.s train Vi'.led them, lkiih saw the approaching train, and taunted each other to con tinue fl&htlng whera they were. They battled to the d a!h. OatiU-l O ConmOl's son was chal lenged by an KnidiKh student to fUlit. H went to his father, the great roanrlpaior. and aken3 what be should do. The father advUed him to accept, to chooko pl.tols. the condi tions of the ftghl to be that, facing each other and toeing a mark, they should place the rrmrlr of the pis tols In rarh other's mouth, and, upon tha word from a relwre. they should fir simultaneously. When young O'Connrll's condition were made known the bulbing Iirltoo declined to fgbt. Two expert mtiumer. whoae repu tations ara International, engaged In a hot argument one night several years ago at a beach near Uoaton. and a novel duel was the reaulu They agremt to salw at widatght. straight out to sea. In tha rays of tha moon light, no boats to follow, until one or tha cither became exhausted. They swam several miles, and tha lktatun swimmer towed bis adversary bai'U to ihe beach and rtorvd him to con sciousness. A duel In the clouds credited to two French aeronauta terminated In tha death of both. It waa deliberately planned and executed. liens thsn ten years ago two locomo tlv engineers in Texas, who bad sev ers,! petty differences which they wished to settle, derided apon a nxt original duel. Taking two engines, they went out upon a plain on tha same track, and when half a mile lay between them they wbiatted for tha beginning of hostilities, opeued tha throttles wide and burled their loco motives at each other with tremen dous speed. In a few seconds there waa frightful crash, tha bollera ex ploded and tha explosion was beard for miles, attracting a large crowd to tha scene. It was found that tha two engines had rolltded and that tha two engineers bad been killed. Tha ab sence of firemen In the Ityomolivea brought out tha fact that a duel bad taken place. Capt. Castentenus, Itaroutn'a origi nal tattooed man, ho died a few years ago. angaged la a peculiar duel many years ao. It was tba outcome of a Iota affair. .A Have Been Chosen Castentenus was a Greek and In early life belonged to a crew of pi ratea which operated In the Aegean sea. When piiatltig proved haxrdua on account of cruising war vermis be had himself tattooed from bead to foot, came over to America and be came a very popular freak. During bis career as a buccaneer be became enamored of a very pretty girl, daughter of the mate of the black Caic craft which be commanded, but he had a rival. I'nder oaths which bound them together tby could not fjght,(asd so they appealed to the girl s father to decide thetr respective claims upon bis daughter's band. Tbe father knew Castentenus and h!s rival aa desperate men, and so be resolved I upon a desperate method to ten their love for his daughter. He outlined his proposition to them and both accept ed. One night be went Into the small forecastle and set a barrel cf sulphur ablaxe. and then ordered both men to go down Into the stifling gases and to remain there for Un minutes. Tbey did as he directed, and upon the ex piration of that time he signaled tbe lovers to come forth. Castentenus, who was a man of re markable physical powers, groped and staggered up the ccmpanionway to tha deck, bearing on his shoulders the limp and unconscious form of bit ri val. Castentenus waa bleeding; from the eyes, ears and nose. 'Alien be got Into the fresh air be swooned. He revived an hour later, bat bia rival passed lijto the great beyond. He bad lived but a few moments after being carried out by the tattooed man. The woman for whom tbe great sac rifice was made never married, for tbe was taken sick and died rn a few weeks. There have been electrical duels, duels with poison wherein two rivals have dared each other to quaff a deadly draught at a specified time, and erb- last month two Boston long shoremen engaged In a conflict that was decidedly novel, to say tbe least. The story of the battle In which they engaged baa only Just come to light Had blood tad existed between these two sons of toil and they con cluded to aettle their differences. Both were fine specimens of that type of hardy manhood which la employed in loading and unloading tbe great ocean liners men who usualy aettle their troubles at fisticuffs, which fact makes thle incident all the more startling and Interesting. One Dlght they went down upon the New York New England docks at South Boston, and, removing their clothing, they plunged Into the wa ters at South bay and proceeded to drown each other. They battled lor at It-ant twenty mlnuteo. during which time the results were a Unit even, when mddenly tme sv'.zed the other by the neck and begin to strangle him. At the same time both sank benath the surface. How many feet they went down is not to be recorded, but the strangler. becoming exhaunled. rue to tbe surface. A moment later the apparently lifeless body of big advert sary mafle its appearance. In tbe dim lights rant upon tbe wa ters by the divtant elcirle lamps -he victor rcailied that his deadly work was accomplished, the strife at an end. Thoughts of arrest for murder, the electric cbalr, crowded upon his mir.d and bis almo.t benumbed reuses were quickened. He grasped his vic tim and shouted lustily for assistance. A party returning In a ratUoai after a pleatant day'a outing tu the ha.UT beard his cries and reached both n.en Just In the nick if time. Tbey were taken Into the Ixvat and after artifi cial renplratlou bad been applied for a time they were rvKtored to conscious ness. After a bracer or two of brandy they were put achore at the public landing on long wharf and arm Is arm started for their homes. A small ragrai)h appeared in the morning papers which stated that two men wera rescued by a yachting party and cared for uutll they were abia to go home. But there bad been a duel la tbe dark waters of IWuiton harbor "the nljbt before the Fourth." He who would hsve been a murderer became Ufa saver; his magnanimity bat been recoguued by the man who might have left him to bia file bad he been a successful in that terrible conflict as tha other, and now boia vow eternal friendship. American Grepavlnsa in Hungary. "American grapevines are proving the salvation of tue Tokay grape." said Julius I anio !at eveulng. He bad Jiut relumed from Hungary, where the Toksy grape Is groan. "In tha early 'Ss a vtn kni.e mad Ita appearance In the Tokay Held." he continued, "and la aa Incredibly ahort time had devastated every vineyard Is tha dtttrict. American shoot wer experimented with, and It was fmiod that the louse refused to touch them, tbey being Immune from lta ravarea, "After these shoots had gruwa th fliwt year, atiooia of the Tokay plant were grafted 00 thera. tad these al lowed to grow antther year. The third spring they were cut oa aad wouad about the root stem of the Awertraa plant, and allowed to ehoot fwth aa other year. But It waa aot until the fourth year thai aa attempt waa made ta garner tee harvest." Mil aaukee 8ntlset H AO TO Give VP, J ,vtr4 Agoroes from Kidney O sr-' dera Until Cursd by Oosn'a Ktfy j George W. ReaoiT. of ml Surth Illh At.. J"b',:a5-:t.!a. fa, a nam 4 gjo4 r-j u.at; a and s'ss.'l'nt. r!ts: "Five years a I waa xuS'-rig sj wltlj my bark sr. 4 ki1 lieya tlat I o?lb tad to lay t.3 Tba kidney secre tions were vnnst urai, try legs asd stomach were swollen as 4 I bad no appetite-- Wba tfor-tnn tailed to he p mo I began using Doao't Kid Bey Fills and Improved until my back was strong and my appetite returtea. During the four years sicca I stopped using them I have enjoyed excellent health. The cure was permanent." (Signed) GEORGE W. RENOFF. A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Miiburn Co, Buffalo. N. T. For aJe by all dealers. Price. &9 eta. Gold In the Transvtsl. During the first four months of 1&04 the TraoFTaal mined l.l2,14 ounces of gold, worth IH.G51.H2. Injricg a corresponding period In 103 the out put was 831.128 o-jnees, worth 11". 387.532. The toul product of gold In 1093 was worth $415.570, If the rate of production of tbe firtt four months of IK' 4 is maintained, the Transvaal will yield in I1K-4 at least t77.8e4.W-0 worth of the yellow metal In other words, as much aa In the years Just preceding tbe Boer war. English enthusiast are looking for a future ouoput in the TrassvaAl of 1120,000,000 to 1150,000.000 a year. A Tall Genius. Nicola Tenia, the student of elec tricity, ia an unusually tall man, wltb the flighty look of a genlua In eyes, face and manner. Although his in ventions have made him rich, be la a tireless worker In bis chosen profes sion. He looks to be about 37 years old, which it Just ten years less than the reality. His father was a priest of Use Greek church. Largest Flower That Grows, Tbe raffesla of Sumatra is said to be the largest and most magnificent flower In the world. It is composed of five roundish petals, each a foot across and of a red color, covered with nu merous Irregular yellowish white swellings. Tbe petals surround a cup nearly a foot wide, the margin of which bears the stamens. Every housekeeper should know that it they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use tiey will save not only time, because tt never sticks to Use Iron, but because each package contains 1 ox. one full pound while all other Cold Water Btarcfces are put up in -pound pack ages, and the price is the same, 10 cent. Then again because Defiance iftarch is free from all injurious chem icsls. If your grocer tries to ae!! you a 12-ox. package it is because be has a slock on band which he wishes to dispose of before be puts in Defiance. He knows that IV-Bsnc Starch baa printed on every package in large let ter and figures "IS or.." Demand Defiance and save much time and money and the annoyance of the irj ticking. Defiance never sticks. Favorite Food of Genius. Abraham Uncoln was unusually fond of gingerbread. "Stonewall" Jac k.sun delighted la buckaheat rakes. Ralph Waldo Emerson rex led iu plum pie. Ir. O. W. Holmes pnted peaches above ail other fruit. CSiarlot Sumner bad a "weakn" for chootiate creams. Andrew Jackton ravel over Ii-ts cream and George Waihiogton was noted for his fondness for hickory nut. Boots for Seup. Rawhide, or even leather. If boiled for hours, w ill make a nutritious aoup. Vany a man ha bridged the awful gap by boiling his Imois, whence the phrae to express the final extreme "I'll eat my boots fltt." Accwamg to the story going the rounds of the press, Mark Taain was once put to this final resort, and recorded after ward that "the boles tasted the best," Snlbl Housekeeper will have lrflnc tirch. net abme Vwk sum they get one-(liud mr l.r tho same money, tut aljK because vf aui-enur quality. Fish Have a Sixth Sena. There are some indications that tbe fi-heB poes a slvth srue. the or gans of which are. the ponr of the head and of the lateral band- This band I a row of little canal eonuet-t-ed with the external world by hole through the scale, la then cavil., under which ruts a large nerve, are found Bene bead or tertu!nuor like thM of other sense or tans. The ue of this apparatus Is unknown. pwtlanc Starch la put up It eui- In a pockace. I renta. me-tatrd au.we atarcb tor th aaaae suoaty. Number ef Hotel. There are 44.&O0 cotda In the Vail ed State, representing an laveoted capital of cvr $6.000.ivfl.ivV). Tbooe , eatabllabment employ S.SVOoO rwr f oes. Yo. W0 V r ltac C. CSa w4 g. Sma ro. W IM toat oKm. 1 . G.ngK'S Khan Jam Some Japaawae bistortans aver U.at Genghis Khaa, the Aslatto cxevjaeror ta U thirteenth century, waa k Jj-.a tea fey birth. mum i : . V " Tf UrMJ.pst f T.fct- T'.?-"t. 1 t:lt!, 't as 7' f !. ' tfce ae-;r.t Tasitsf. kc.j l'r -area as th i!n ot A'.k. it inurwt'.'if aa 1. 1 ;. .?. -5 rtjnny. !'- t-rrit;,c yi et, ?! at t-Hn ZT.-'.-W as1 sM.! j,re tuA. J it P.-Si.'li from tMiitMA to ltM)St It i-a pi;"-al im porta It l a land f k.f. t.'-n asd tb i.f;ie' Iboubtaina to tb W'JTVt M t tf tb p ax are cvrd wr.a etraal It 1 eva cly xh tert f A.. 1st it funoratn a well. a mjt cf tie r.ir cf it,st great cixiCry tae tiif vtrtrcta la it aw!- ! la, Tta tfeo-, Ifc-J ia, Hatiipoo. now tfc lira's r.i;, fi.K.er1y a;.l jT-cVy. t&e Biba.'j.pfjiM-, and all tSe prwi-.iUrst and ferule sue... ,4 ex'eri,T Ia and of Ctiua. be ti.r i la uu ejvated at. 4 iiteret? r.t r 4 !. Strikes in Canad, Tte Ijws of time to thrrtarli tra le cf .! thrrj Caziaa during J-jne was apprxn:.a:aiip- !y C2.4&S working ar. Tfeia U ao la-! crea of nearly 8 tt day tompar ' wjt ttbe previous fcoft'.b. and is .argely ; '""n""! f' ty a fr.i 'A !"-5 flc stee Iworker-s at Sydcey, Nova Scxia.T In which workict; ear er : loet. In Jane, ltJ. taere waa a Soi more than in the pres-nl yr. Three tiusputes eoied n favur of t. employers and tire in favcr vt tie stnkera. Fotir J;pu: ended In ecra promts satisfactory to both jaunte. and ia tbe remaining cai?. which con cerned tte etc ploy met c-f nonuekjo isia. the difference ceased with tb InlUation of tbe new employes lite tb union. Daily Number of TeteBr'"t. About a million tele-grans are aest over the world's wires daliy. Is 1XS the total waa IC4.84S.474. England sent 92.471.000. The t'nited States waa second, with tl.2l.M0. Gertcacy. RuMla, Austria, Belgium and Italy follow in the order named. W. j f S"i.CK iatMdt to eo FZf - usm. career Sn.ma' a to to Imm ruoox Umm f HE SAVAGE TV?n Of? ItlXLC to 4f1wrt fVm iwrtv MSf sKjm -mms V-r Mw. ItM sMitw aTt SVsP-Tf iTrtej CTMV S)a flay mtmrlw B ikasr aavrtTV of fKtS) vs basrt Kkl tS tt41 lh saaMJM. 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