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Wm. It. Ml'lXA.VK, IWfebtf. OAItWHAI), N. M Wklelr utralikt ma hot croaked paths. Powder matulaee ought to be eke fined m an)! itumiNr. The tap round of the ladder uf fame. is m miiivnii w ream ne iqv nvni poiof The ftforer who iwh tin board, In a game of chance always get fkt UltSl. To Senator Mason belongs ike credit of the discovery that to tbe pure all thing are ailultentlt4. Tbe Indication! are that nearly all tbe HghtwHKhi boxtr are now en gaged In crating itrawberrlti. It's surprising bow gladly tome t pie will exchange a amall load of, trouble for a large load of cheap liquor. Some men are so aelf-lmtwrtant that they Imagine their weight on one tide, of tbe globe causes the other side to tip up. Aa Gov. Iloottrelt Is now a doctor of laws, Mr. Piatt may find It hanler than ever to law down lows for the rough rldor. The man who Is thoroughly Imbued with tho Idea tlmt a public olllce Is a publle trust dooen't bollovo In Investi gating eommlttoea. The man who fell out of a window In the patent office at Washington had probably Just bean) the rumor that Mark llanna would resign. We like to see people eat heartily at supper when fhey go to a dance, but would draw the line at carrying away sandwiches in their pockets. Certainly the world will bear from tbe college graduates again. For years they will get together and let forth the college yell on every provocation. An Ohio man who had held olllce for twenty year has just been placed In an asylum in consequence of his de feat. Ha was bound to make the pub lie support him. The singular lack of patriotism din- played by tbe vast majority of Chinese Is not confined to the ramnion people. )Ut vltlntos all olllclnl circle. A Chi iieio naval oillrcr recently returning to China nftor three years' study In tier .many at Uio expense of the Chinese government, was asked whether he would serve his country In cast) war prate, or join tome other nation, lit prompt reply was, "Walt and see wlilcn 'comes out best." Kent county, Maryland, lint the ill- Unction of having what State Unto mologist Johnson declares to be the monster peach tree of the United flutes. Tbe big tree Is at Ntpley, the Inn eelnto of Alan Harris, In tho ton Amy of Ilobert Wlckee. The trunk Is t7 lnrhes In circumference, IS Inches in diameter or about the slae of the ordinary kerosene barrel. Three of the ,11 in It i are II Inches, 19 Inches and 30 Inches In circumference, respectively. There Is no surer safeguard against nil degrees of mental unsoundness than a habit of elf-control. As men ol quick blood may rail dead In inome.it of high excitement, so may lesser dis turbances, oft repeated, unsettle the rational faculties. Machinery that Is loosely set tends to Jar Itself to pieces, and the ngltatlona of ungoverned emo tion may gradually produce an "un stable equilibrium" of the nervous sys tem, and prodlapose tbe brightest man or woman to be eutlrely upset by a sudden crisis of passion, alarm, loaa. or ecstaay. For Joy. like grief, anger, fear or appetite, requires the gentle rentralut of reason. The asrlnnis are full of admonitory cases. Wanted, for cacti individual, a good Internal gor crnmenl. well administered. An American response to expres sions of ttngllek sympathy during tbe late war. signed by representative men from every state In the union, was re cently sent to london, and warmly welcomed by our kinsmen, who bad begun to think us Indifferent to their advance. Tbe neglect to exhibit prompt and cordial recognition for favors received, or good-will and frlendllnrm manifested. Is not only de meaning to a nation or an Individual, but It stands In in way of future ad vantages. I liked the young wan's appearance.'' an Influential woman re cently retthrked. but as be has failed to call or write In acknowledgment of the court! shown him. I shall hardly take the trouble to favor him socially again." Thanks are the ex chequer of the poor, sings Shakespeare. Yea, and of the wise as well. One of the most Interesting Inci dents of the opening of the twentieth century will be the changing of the Huuuun calendar so as to make It eon form to that ueed by tbe rest of tbe civilised world. Step to that end are already being taken by order of the lluselan govtranent. Our characters are foreaed and sus tained by ourselves and by our own ac tion s and purposes, and not by oth ers. Calumniators may usually be trusted to time and the slew but atao Justice of jgublte opinion. PHANTOM SHIP -OR The Flying Dutchman. -BY amW MARRYAV. M-H--r-rH-,l'-K'-"l':- CIIAPTUH IX.-fContlniied.) Where was Mynheer von Mtrootn during all this work of ilettruetlnn? In his bed-place, covered up with the clothes, trembling In every limb, and vowing If ever again he put his foot on hore not all the companies In the M'orld should Induce htm to trust to nit water again. It certainly was the beet plan for tbe poor man. The veaeel. after running to the son I h ward till paat Table Hay, had, by the alteration made In her course, en tered Into Fait llay. where, to a cer tain degree, she was sheltorod from the violence of the winds and waves. Hut although the water was smoother, tho wave wore still more than sufficient to beat to pieces any vessel that might he driven on shore at the bot tom of tho bay, to which point the Ter Hohllllng was now running. Tho bay o far offered it fair chance of oeoapo, as, Instond of tho rooky coast outside, against which had the vessel run, a fow seconds would have Insured hor destruction, there wns n Mholvlng beach of loose ennd. II ut of this Philip could, of course, hnvo no knowledge, for tho land at the ontrnnco of tho bay had boon paesed unpcrcolvod In tho dnrk nee of tho night. About twenty nilu uto more had olapted when Philip oh sorvod that tho wholo sen around thorn was ono continued foam. Ho had hardly lime for conjecture boforo the ship atnick heavily on the sands, and the remaining masts fell by the board. Thd rraah of the falling masts, the heavy beating of the ship on the sands, which caused many of her timbers to part, with a whole sen which swept clean over the fated vessel, checked tho rangs and drunken revelry of the crew. Another minute, and the vessel wns swung round on her broadside to the ca. and lay on her beam ouda. Philip, who was to windward, clung to the bulwark, while the Intoxicated ton men llouudered In the water to leeward nml attempted to gain the other side of tho ship. Much to Philip's horror, ho perceived tho body of Mynheer Kloots elnk down In tho wntor (which now whb several feot deep on tho toe Hltle of tho deck), without nuy appar ent effort on the pnrt of the captain to Hnvo hlmiolf. Ho wns thon gone, nud there wuh no hopon for lilin. Philip thought of Hlllobrnnt, and has toned down bolow: ho found him mill In his bod-placo, lying against the side. Ho llftod lil in out, and with difficulty climbed with It I m on deck, nnd laid him In tho long boat on tho booms, ns tho beet chance of saving his llfo. To this bont, tho only ono which could be mndn nvnllablo, tho crew had also ro palrod; but thoy roputsed Philip, who would havo got Into her; and. aa the Htm iiimlo clean breakers over them, thoy cast loose tho lashings which con fined hor. With tho assistance of an other heavy sea, which llftod her from the chocks, she wns homo clear of the booms nnd dashed ovor tho gunwale Into tho water to loownrtl, which was comparatively smooth not, however, without being tilled nearly up to the thwnrts. Hut this wns little cared for by tho Intoxicated seamen, who, ns noon ns thoy were iifliwt, again raised tholr shouts nnd songs of revelry na thoy were borne nwny by tho wind and oa toward the beaeh. Philip, who hold on by tho stump of tho mainmast, watched them with an anxious eye, now percolvlng thorn liorno aloft on the foaming surf, now disappearing In the trough. Moro and more distant were the sounds of tholr mail voices, till at last ho could hear thorn no morehe bohold tho boat balanced on nit enor mous rolling sea, and then he taw It not again. CHAPTI.lt X. Philip knew that now his only rhaiiM was to remain with the veosol, nnd attompt to save himself upon tame fragment of the wreck. That the ship would long hold together he felt was Impooelble; already the had parted hor upper docks, and each shock of the waves divided her more and more. M laal, aa he clung to the mast, he heard a noise abaft, and be thon rec ollected that Mynheer von It room was still In his cabin. Philip crawled aft, and found that the poop ladder had ,WeH thrown against the cabbin door, so as to prevent Its being opened. II removed It. nnd entered tbe cabin, where be found Mynheer von Stroom clinging to windward with lb grasp of death but It was not death, but the jwralyels of faar. He spoke to him. ut could obtain no reply: he attempt ed to more him, but It was Impoail- ble to maxe mm let go tbe part of the bulkhead that ho grasped. A loud noise and the rush of a mass of wa ter told Philip that tbe vessel had parted amidships, and i unwillingly abnndoned the poor supercargo to hit fate and went out of the cabin door. At the after hatchway he observed something struggling It was Johannes the bear, who was swimming, but still fastened by a cord whleh prevented hit oseape. Philip took out his knife and reitated tbe poor animal, and hardly had he done this aet of kindness when n heavy tea turned over the after part sf the vttael, whleh separated in many places, and Pblllp found himself struggling In the waves. He seised upon a part of the derk whleh tup ported him, and was borne away by l-!'H'H44.H-!'-l-'H-.... the surf toward the beach. In n few minute he was near to tho land, and shortly afterward the pleco of plank ing to which he was clinging struck on the saud. and then, being turned over by the force of tho running wavo, Philip lost hie hold, and wna left to hit own oxertlont. Ho strugglod long, but although so near to tho shore, could not gain a footing: tho return ing wave dragged him back, and thus wat he hurled to and fro until hla atrength was gone. He wna sinking under the wave to rise no moro when ho felt something touch his hnnd. Ho tolled u with the grasp of death. It was the shaggy hide of tho boar Jo hannes, who wns making for tho shore, and who wion drngged him clear of tho surf, so that ho could gain n footing. Philip rrnwlod up tho boach nbovo the roach of tho wnvoe, nnd, ex hausted with fatigue, sank down In a mvoon. Whon Philip wns rocallod from his state of lotbnrgy. his first feeling wns Intonso pain In his still elosod oyos, nrlslng from having boon many hours exposed to the rays of nn nrdont sun. Ho oponod them, but was obliged to eIoo thorn Immodlntoly. for tho light entered Into them like tho point of a knlfo. He turned over on his side, nnd. covering them with his hand, re mained some time In that position, un til, by degrees, ho found that his eye sight was restored. He thon rote, and after a few seconds could distinguish the scene around him. The sen was still rough, and tossed about In the surf fragments of tho vessel: tho whole saud was strewn with her cargo and content. Near him was the bony of lllllebrant. and the other bodies which were scattored on tho bench told him that those who had taken te the boat had all perished. It was, by the height of the tun, about 8 o'clock In the nflornoon. as near ns he could estimate: hut Philip Buffered such an oppression of mind, he felt to wearied and In such pain, that ho took but a slight survoy. His bruin was whirling, and all ho de manded was reposo. Ho wnlkod nwny from tho scono of instruction, nnd, having found a sandhill, bohlnd which ho wns defended from tho burning rays of tho sun, ho again lay down, nnd sank Into n deop sloop, from which ho did not wako until tho ensuing morn ing. Philip was roused a socond time by the sensation of totnsthlng pricking him on tho ehost. Ho started up, and beheld a figure standing over him. Ills eyes were still feeble nud his vision Indistinct: he rubbed them for a time, for ho first thought It was the boar Johannes, nud. again, that It was the supercargo, Von .Stroom, who had ap peared boforo him. Ho looked again, and found that he wns mistaken, al though he had warrant for supposing It to be either or both. A Hottentot, with an nasegnl lu his hand, stood by his side; over his shoulder he had thrown the freeh-neverod akin of the poor boar, nnd on his head, with tho curls descending to his wnlst, was one of the wigs of the supercargo, Von Stroom. Such was the gravity of the black's apitenranro In this strango costume tfor In every other respect ho was naked) that ut any other time Philip would have boon Induced to laugh heartily; but his feMliiga wero now too acute. He rote upon his feet and stood by the side of the Hottentot, who still continued Immovublo, but (i rtnlnly without tho sllghtost nppoar auce of hostile Intentions. A sensation of ovorpowcrlng thirst now selxod upon Philip, and he made signs that ho wished to drink. The Hottentot motioned him to follow, and ted over the sandhills to the beaeh, where Philip discovered upward of fif ty men, who wore busy selecting va rious articles from the scattered stores of the vessel. It was evident by the repect paid to Philip's conductor that . .. it.. i . . ne was ine cmei ui iae Kraal, a few worda, uttered with the greatest sol emnity, were sufficient to produce though not exactly what Philip required-a small quantity of dirty water from a ralabass, which, however, wat to him delicious. Ills conductor then waved to blm to lake a seat on the sand. After a time the Hottentots boggN to collect all the wood which appeared to have Iron in It, made It up Into several plies, aur" set them on (Ire. The chief then made a sign to Philip, to aak him if hs waa hungry. Philip replied In tbe affirmative, when hit new acquaintance put his hand Into a bag made of goatskin and pulled out a handfull of very large beetles, and presented them to him. Philip refuted them with marks uf disgust, upon which the chief very sedately craekod and nto them; and, hnvlng finished tho whole handful, rote and made n sign to Phllln to fallow him. Aa ihiiin rose he perceived floating in the surf. nis own cueau lie Hastened to It and made sign that It was his, took the key out of his pocket and optned It, and then made up a bundle of articles most useful, not forgetting a bag of guild ers. His conductor made no objection, but. eslllnr to one ut the men near, pointed out the loek and hinges to him, and tut set off, followed by Philip, noroM the sandhills. In about an honr thoy arrived at tho kraal, confuting of low huts oovorod with skins, and yott met by tho women and children, tftn appeared to bo in high admiration , their chlof's new nttlre. They showed every kindness to Philip, bringing htm milk, which ho drank eagerly. Philip isurvoyed these daughters of Bvc, nnd, ns ho turned from their offensive greasy nttlro, tholr strango forms and hideous foaturos, ho sighed and thought of his chnrmlng Amine. Tho tun wns now setting, and Philip still folt fntlguod. Ho made signs that ho wished to ropoto. Thoy led him Into a hut, nnd, though surrounded is he was with filth, and his noso astallod by every variety of bod smell, attacked moreover by insects, he laid hit head on hit bundle, nnd, uttering a short prayor of thanksgiving, wns soon In n sound sloop. Tho next morning ho wns nwnkencd by tho chief of tho kraal, aocompanlod by nnotlior man who spoke n little Dutch. Ho stated his wish to bo tak on to tho sottlomont where tho ships enmo nnd anchored, nnd was fully un derstood. Hut the man said Hint there woro no ships In tho bay at tho tlmo. Philip, novorthcloet, requested he might bo tnken thcro, as ho felt that his host chance of getting on board of any vettol would bo by remaining nt tho settlement, and, at all events, ho would bo In tho company of Eu ropeans until n vcisol arrived. Tho distance, ho discovered, wns but ono day's mnroh, or less. After some little conversation with tho chlof, tho man who spoko Dutch desired Philip to fol low him, and that bo would tako him thcro. Philip drank plentifully from n bowl of milk brought him by ono of tho women, nnd, ugnln refusing a handful of beetles offered by the chlof, ho took up his bundlo and followed his now acquaintance. Toward ovonlug they nrrivod nt tho hills, from which Philip hnd a view of Tnlilo Uny and tho fow houses erected by the Dutch. To his delight, ho por celvod that there was a votsel tindor sail In the titling. On his arrival at tho beach, to which ho hastened, ho found that hIio had sont a boat on shore for froth provisions. Ho accost ed the pooplo, told them who ho was, told thorn nlflo of tho fatal wreck of tho Tor Schilling, and of his wish to embark. Tho olllcor In charge of tho boat wil lingly consented to tako him on board, and Informix! Philip Hint thoy wore homeward bound. Philip's heart loapod nt the Intelligence. Had sho been out ward bound, ho would havo Joined her; but now ho had a proapect of again seeing his doar Amino boforo ho ro ombarked to follow out his peculiar destiny. Ho folt Hint thoro was still some linpplnocs In store for him; that Ills llfo woh to bo checkered with alter nato ;irlvntlon nnd reposo, nnd that his futuro prospect waa not to be ono con tinued chain or suffering nnd death. Ho wns kindly received by tho cap tnln of tho vossol, who freely gavr him a passage home; and In thrco months, without any evonts worth narrating, Philip Vnndordockcn found himself once moro nt anchor boforo tho town of Amsterdam. Amino was both surprised and glad to wolcomo her husband homo bo much soonor than sho expected. Philip re mained at homo tor several months, during which his father-in-law, Myn hear Pnots, died, leaving Amino n great fortune In gold nnd Jowels, which ho had accumulated. leaving his wife comfortably estab lished, with two servants to wait on Iwr. Philip again dopnrfthl on his mis sion, this tlmo as second mnto on the llstnvlii. n lino vossol of 400 tons bur dou. (To bo contlnuod.) THE BULTAN'B MANNERS. Ill Ult Dignity, I'Umlnc fiiull and Unutimllr Mmpntlitllo Vol a As to tho sultnn's working habits, I have known hi in to bo at work at flvo in tho morning nnd keep n wholo staff of Hccrctarlcs going nt that hour who had slept overnight on couches In tho rooms In tho pnlaco thoy habitually work In, says Harper's Magazine Munlr Pasha, tho Imperial grand mas ter ut ceremonies, and one of tho most kindly, distinguished men It Is possi ble to meet, onco said to mo: "There Is one characteristic at his majesty which convoys a constant letton to us all; It Is his extraordinary self-control hla impassive calm. It is almost sublime. No contrariety, no trial, stems able to ruflle his perfect self poetaetlon. It Is truly marvelous." The prepoaseealng Impression which the sultan is universally admitted to produce on those who are privileged to come Into contact with him is dou b ties in part due to that charm ot milliner, that quiet dignity, to free from angular telf-attertlon, which Is more or lent characteristic of all well bred Turkt. Hut In hit ease It Is sup plemented by a pleasing smile and an unusually sympathetic voice, tho notes ot whleh always seem to convoy n pleasant imprettlon, even to the stranger who Is unable to understand what his majesty has said until It Is translated by the Interpreter. The sultan usually gives audiences on Fri day after tho ceremony of tho Sclam Ilk, when he wears a Turkish gen oral's uniform, with tho star ot tho Imtlat order In brilliants hung from his neck. As he sits In front of you, wltv. his hands retting on the hilt ot his sword before htm. and you watth him speak lo Munlr Pasha in his quiet, dignified way, you cannot resist the imprettlon at hit picturesque dignity. Don't neglect to keep your sheet pol ished. You can always shine at one end It you can't at the other. TEXANBTTKS. Terrell Is to hnvo n nntnlorlum. Miles Wllldrldge, aged 73 years, and Mrs. frnncwi Wlllalms, aged 71, woro married nt Cnlneana. Tho rcmalnt at Sidney Paine, who was drowned In the Hrazoa nenr Whit ney, were Interred at Waxnhaehlo. Tho governor has appointed W. T. Wrap of Austin n member of tho board ot mnnngora ot tho Confodornto homo, vlco W. II. Caldwoll. University club of San Antonio, capi tal stock $10,000; purpose, to promoto literature, painting nnd tho flno arts, Iihh filed Its charter nt Austin. Tho state tax commission will hold I la next meeting tho first week in July nnd It Is proposed to hnvo dally sot alonn until tho work boforo It Is com plctcd. Whllo on horseback chasing n cow, near Clnrksvlllc, a young man named Hawkins collided wit ha trco ,hts Hawkins collided with n trco, Ills stnntly. Mngglo Ilcoknoll, a young colored woman, unmarried, and her brother, Lindsay Ucokncll, were arrested and lodged In Jail nt Olarksvlllo on n war rant charging thorn with Infanticide. John Stovcnson, James Petty and Prank Maxfleld, throe well-known Texas nnd Pnclflo railway fire men who resided In Marshall, havo beon promoted to bo engineers with their runs out of Longvlow. fJordon Clnrko. the famous cx-quar-ter-book of tho University of Chicago foot ball eleven, has accepted an offer from tho University of Toxaa to conch tho olevon of that Institution this fall. Tho city council at flhormnn, by n unanimous voto, decided to pay ono third of tho cost of tho paving of any street whoro tho proporly ownort will onch pny tho remaining two lhlrds on their respective side. Ono ot tho ploncor mothers of Texan, Mrs. Amanda WllllnmB of Koiwo. Is visiting hor son, Dock Wlllnms, nt Vnn Alstyno. flho onmo to Toxns In 183, nnd sho Is living now on tho I.lmontono county farm Bhe nnd hor husband clearod nnd Improved over forty years ngo. Superintendent J. S. Kendall return ed from HlllBboro, vhoro ho waa called to Investigate a reported "lcakago" In tho matter of examlnntlon questions. It Is undorstond Hint ho discovered tho Identity of tho guilty parly and the nntnoH of tho persona to whom had been sold Hats of questions. Abllono will soon havo an tip-to-date electric light system. The Light ond Power compnny has ordered now ma chinery to roplnco that now In use Tho plant will now throughout, nnd will bo of tho most mndorn typo nnd capnblo of running 1200 Incnndoscont lanps and several arc lights, Dion lodge 31. Knlghta at Pythian, of Toxarknnn, hns surrendered lln charter and dlslinniled. it wna tho first necret lodge ottnhllshed nt that placo, and took lu origin with tho birth at tho city. Tho lose ot Intorost and hIow nttomlnnce at moeHngB are tho caunofl awlgncd for the collnpso. J. H. Mason was sorloiwly hurt near (Irnpevlno by tho oxploslon of a thresher. Ho hnd bought n now threehor and had threshed only thrco or four londH of wheat, whon from Home oauuo It oxplodcd, tearing tho throflher pretty well lo pieces, ono pleco striking nnd hurling hi in some fifteen feet. The piece struck him over region of the heart. A number ot largo real estate deals havo been made recently nt Farmer vllle. Jay Horn bought tho Allco As ton Rtoro building for $6000. A. II. Ill usion bought tho Odd Follows building for $0000. Tho Odd Follows nnd othert nre orcotlng a substantial two-story brick block on tho norttwest corner of tho square, and dwellings nro going up all over town. Two resiliences Just outside tho city Until of Dallas burned at 3 o'olook on the morning of the 21sL Ono was oc cupied by O. It. Smith and owned by 81m Sllgh; the latter had tomo furnl true stored therein. The other house wat owned and occupied by J. H. Mo Douough. Loss over $8000; Insurance about half. Charlie Moorehead, a young man re siding on Matt Lamnr street, Sherman. Jumped from a boxcar In the Missouri, Kansas and Texas yards, nnd a nail In n board upon which he dropped pierc ed hla right foot. He wna taken home, suffering Intensely. Tho board of public school trusteee ot Corslcana hot decided to build a $M00 addition to the third ward school building. Thoy will adverllso toy bids at oneo lo have the building ready for occupancy in September. Inereaso of pupils causae It. O. J. Worrlck hat resigned hit posi tion at tleket agent ot tbe Pittsburg and Oulf railroad at Toxarkana, and will go to Kansas Olty for tbe tame road, but In another capacity. A. U Frlck, freight agent at Mansfield, Lil, will aueeeted Mr. Worrlck. Straws show which way the wind blows nnd straw hats frequently g& tho direction it blows. 0nfe.lnn of n Mlltlnnnlr. A mllllonnlro confessed tho secret ot tilfl BUcccRt In two words hard work. He put In tho boat part of his life gain ing dollars and losing health, and now ho was putting In tho other halt upend ing dollnrn to got It baek. Nothing oqimls Hostotter'n Stomach Hitters for restoring health. It curea dyspepsia nud Indigestion. It you cannot do a oertnln thing, mnko an effort. "Durability is Better Titan Show Vtt mxAfth of the muttl-mOthnihts h not eqvAl lo good htnlih. JJiehes without health me a curst, And yt the Heft, the middle classes And the poor Alike fiAve, In Hood' S SAHApAtttlA, A VAluAble Asshttnt in gtttlng And nulnUtning perfect health. ML l'rnprnuf SmiiIIi, May waa a month ot remarkablo business announcements In the south. A list ot tho bona fldo uchomofl ot con struction In tho cotton goods Industrty shows thnt over $2,000,000 Is to bo spent at onco on now pianla and ad ditions. Tho now capitalization rec ord during iiio month oxcccdcd $3, 000,000, but In ono enso sovcral plnnln wcro consolidated. That Is extremoly rapid growth in nn Industrial way, and it oxeceds In volumo of capitalistic de velopment anything seen in tho snmo Industry In tho north In somo years. At tho rate ot expenditure Implied by tho May outlay for plants tho southern atatca should mis year Increase their textile propertloa by a display of ovor $25,000,000 worth ot buildings and ma chinery. According to tho census of 1890 tho aggregate vnlue all the Ilhodo Island cotton mills waa only $8,000, 000, and of tho Fall Illvor faetorloe $32,000,000. The man who owns n two-horse rig has tunny friends, Mr. WliifctnwanontlilGBHyrnii, auin.ttlHi,lli;tlB,rlto! Soda fountains nro popular places thoso ?nyn. Hint Dull, Awful I'nlii. . It uktu In Ilia. M dm K I. In. ItiICH. Tho first nnd tho last sentenco or tho hardcat to write. riio's Cure for Conmmptlon tin beta a Qod tond to me. Win. II. McClollau, Cbotter, Florida, Bept. 17, UVS. A husband should highly prlzo his Wlfo'S lOVOj Hint to !lniiakrper, Bklrt nnd dreue should nlwnys he Mnrohtd In hot itnrcb. " Knulllwi march'1 plvon tho hot rpnult n It doe not Injure tu fabric. All grocer sell It, lOo n package. A mnn Is not very old It he nn Joyi Ico crouni soda. Enprem Court guttata the root Itie Trade Mark, JuiUfC i.iuthlln, la srrw Onvrt, nSWv ! orikrM pe'ii1"! lJ!mlln. ltb Mill, tml Jail neriNMtlRic of Mix. ! littw .KtlftU fai II. IhJhw, lb MunuUrturtr of tin fiH wdf r itllnt 'Or Cltrt'a ru.i ro4r," mi tliut rfUll dflfr r ItKwklrn. rriritnlK ihrm train Hltkln or Miliar Ika tlr I l.rlt'. Pout V.ailir kUi I. ritrtd, In (lit diwiilM ut the Court, in Imllitjen t Infrlm.iiKul of ' rml-Kw,' th txiwiltr Imlntcn Into jimr lUu-t fur 1 1 ml. arlilaf feci, now to Ursttr diurlliKl aa.l Md all utar ilia ouuulrr. AIId . Olmnrd. of l.f ltr. N r . U Hi i.wmr of Ut trade nark Po.n-l.au.1' aa.l hfl h Iht rti loillrtasa! wlwattr blirrtuml fuut iwml.r (niaminrlf urtr Ihr rmialrr. Ilr will im4 miipu Kra lo aftjr fro who wrlit. IiImi fur ll. 1 lie oa.-l.loe la Ihli ail Bp InMi tit. lri-1 inifk t lander! all Mrtlel llaUs who fradHknllr allmi. t pmAI by (Wn (iletHT "Ki'l - I'.ais" ! f rtl.lau. la plMlni upon tbemtrlel iMrlavi and itmliir aMatrlnir nmaraum. la- Iwlta ltd fill up In ff lupM tad naiti lite rt)K Hatt. liullltr Mlia Ite brmlrfcl afajllll U)5la urn art nw Infrlejlnit on iht fwt-Bm trade mark and pwiifWMi la rtgbla. Ilotwucn two evils choose tho ono you know most about. G n EATTAMM A N yTe A D E R (Tlio Catarrh of Suiuinar.) New York, Oct. 11, 188. re-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.: nntlemen-Pe-ru-na Is good for ca tarrh. I have tried It and know It. It relieved me Immensely on my trip to r-nnarraaamun Ainu J I'uminlnca Cuba, and I always have a bottle n reserve. Blnoe my return I have not suffered from catarrh, but If I do I shall use Po-ru-na again. Moantlme you might send mo another bottle. Yours, Amos J. CummlCirs, M. 0, Summer catarrh assumes various forms. It producee dyspepsia and bowel complaint. It causes biliousness and diseases of the liver. It deranges the kidneys and bladder. Summer ca tarrh may derango the whole nervous system, when It is known to the med ical profeulou n systemic oatarrh. Pe-ru-na is a specific for all these forms of catarrh. Pe-ru-na never disap points. Address Dr. Hartman, Colum bus, Ohio, for a trto book on summer oatarrh. Pluok It generally synonymous with succms.