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H MULbAW. IMaHibM. fcUDT. M. r3 lonca kv been eoalng M that we have lost thetr fMtHlbOr. title It mir aooh ! wing agalsH wheels. Then wr it fly Instead of scorch. Thr farmer are now gunning far hlnch mgtn ami same rf them for gold I'UgB. lloeton'e fifty divorce In tlx hoirs would Indicate a rot domestic hunbtlb r.i the Hull. 1 he girl Qiicm of Holland rlsa at 7 in the morning. Arc we to suppose that in winter she aim builds the fires? 1 In- watermelon. It In said, grnwa wild pi nut Africa Tne African. It I well iiin. KrH wild or the water mi Inn. W- in nut ommend Ueitttmnt Peary the nine' nrrefiil pob-chaaer he. i iiiiko tin h a lie la never going to hunt tin- pom again. Tin. ii.w Mini of MIIItI'.- rail the rtpMiklvn lirl.lo to Judgment. He eaya ir ill lle of orroalon and niAt tn ahout fHc humify year. This lets out the in 'i-li. It h wrll that Tnmagata rtwl I.I Hung China do not meet In tlilit rountry. Pmb.ibty tin n would be no wnr; but the Omnman. though good at running, la nut ii champion. "You can't leap arrnaa a pit 1'ile In two jnt iiiH,'' aavn tim Kltnlra O.i.'itc. Here J . i of tli.iM. rnnf In ulilch nature dl li t lo tin. tiar thing ly tia. We toiivr. idUK no regarded It. F"llowlg the plan to chr k bicycles M On. hurch comes the ache me of llev. Ir Ci..:ia of Chicago to offer a free Ion h of lemonade and rflnur rnnnps aa nn Iti'luretii' tit to people I i rome out luteo to Hie nermon. 1: t thought the Ir-mon.'ide k -heme will not work, br vine there's nothing In It A mad do passed through Mt. Ver non. Intl., Mtlng many cattle. State Wt'i'lnnry llolater and several doctor of tlih atnto live atock commlaalon made nn luveatlgatlon and found several gen uine cnaea of hydropliobla. A. llretner was compelled to kill and bum thirteen fine Jersey oow mid MVtral calves. The barbareua cualom atlll oxlata eniong the Iirahralna In India, of mar iIiik young gtrla to old men that wander ivbout the country In order that no family almll auffer the dlagrace of linvlng unmarried (laughter. While tie llvi fl the gtrla can murry no one ilae, and when he tiler they nri hit wldoira. An authority asy that they think In S'lmln that Hie Cuban rebellion muat be irinihed If every drop of Rpanlfh blood Ii Hpilled In the effort. Hut men who n IV that wny do not Join the Hpunlah army Tin y ore iloubtlfH bnivo noiixh, but Hi" ronlita ajid the poor ami tlie very oung men who'ompoee t)i iirmy ure the onea aalected to loae ilir. tureaatiry aore. They talk to be until 1 . 1, but they fight br aubatttula The liiat drop and the laat dlfh art old l.un"onjte. Mayor Hr-hott la atruggllng to deter mine whether or nut a firecracker la a imiiilral Inntnimeiit. ThU .rotilm nrlaea from the giving of nn open air r rin cri lit t In- pui k. The nnii-1. laua can r t'uleil their evi nlng'n prrfnrnmnce with tin nntitimtl limn. "Aiiiiln," and In r.rili r to iilvi' t h hcIi l Ion iirrordlng to tlw Kcor., rlftniliil i.) of their number to t lmot off flri-r rarkt r. Their la a city nr.lliiiiiH'c iiiitliorlilng baud conrerta to t ituen in Hie park, aud alao one for lilMlng Hie exploding of firecracker. The flrecr.ii kern exploded, and a hold policeman mreiod tho muir.li Una. Thoy have pleaded not guilty, aud wilt have n Jury trial. The Imuorta of rice Into the failed fltatea for the eight month ending March 1 were 48.011 abort ion, aa againat 1,017 tona during the aataa time the Mravloua year. Included la thl wera ItJK Una at elaan rtea, aaalnat M.TvI iom during tba aauia time the year before. There wera St. 000 tona of rice Hour, rice meal and broken rtea Imported, aa againat 23,141 tona the year baler. The notabto fea ture of tneaa latnort la the falling tff In tba Import a of cleaned rice from el. 798 tona In ll-5 to 22,164 tona during tba aaaae period In 1MS-M. The do w ti lcea at which home-grown rice haa bean aelllag aeem to have had the effect of diminishing the Import of compel IHR lleo to the extent of aomo ll.hOO tana. Onr annual ronaamllon of Hot, demean I e and foreign, la oatlmaUd at abmt 1M.0M to 110.900 tona. Tbeaa redueod Imports would aoem to ladl ants a ooa para lively bar rtea market this iMMir and better prlrea than mat year whoii law naw crop ahalt begin te eome in. ltx.Mavor OaM of Ooaben. lnd . la autael to hare fownd a live make In a iwft-bollod one no waa about te oat for tiia Wroaafaet. 'till remarkable anako utarv woaild bo kant to believe ware It h h for tba fact that tba i x-mayor aalled in la nolgHbora te) verify tka phwtame nal dtoeovei y. Mlaa Itoaaoll eontraata with ker man agera to pay a Mao of fifty tkooaand dallara if ahe marrtea wl'.hln a year, tlenlua haa lia banialpa It Ii vary pa tnetlc jo thlak of tbl lady weeping ber eyea out every twenty wlnutt. IMIItCt fl.Mt qt n.t.. Tltey Work Their Wnr Into lie I'leuli In It IllatremlliH Wny. TUe quill of n K)mip1ni I Ilk" ft bad iMlrtt; If It ntioo geta hold It cotiatiititly works deeper una deeper, though the quill Iw no wwcr of inutlon In Itself! It In the lire, nrllre llMh thnt drawn It In liy imwiiK of Hie Imrliort jmlitt. Ono (laj1 my Iwy and I eiironntereil r Hir mptiie on Hie tap of one of the Cut Hkllta. ami we luul It lllle Irvua with hi in: we wanted to wnke hlin tin a ml make him allow n little excitement If imaalliln U'ttliont rlnlDHeo or lllltirv to htm we HUeeeeilMl o the extent of j mnklna Ida eiea fairly at a nil out from Ida head, but iUh-ken Ida mot ton hu would nt-pMtmldy conld not. Wliii i iiHioniahed itnil nlnnnetl him aeeiiKNl to l. tlmt Ida ipitlla I mil no effM i iihmi Ida eiietnlua; they taught! at hi weapon, tie atnek IiIh head under n rock mid left hla back nml tail i xhihiiI. This la the imrctiplue'N favorite poult Ion of defenae. "Now eoroe If you dare," lie geeuui tn any. ToiH-li IiIh mil, ami like a trail It UlitelBirWM tltk ta ttil (ltf itai vitll llMUM fill I of Hill.. iiiiIIIh. Tlie lull la the aellre i Wiihii of ili feuae; with thle the mil inal atrlkea. It la the oiilHiat that tie ttrcra Ha fire liefore the ultadcl la ronfliixl. It la doiilitleHe thl fa. t that hna giwn rlac to ttii-topular mi Hon that the porcupine din bImhii lie ipillla, wiili li or coiirac it cannot do. W" It Ii it rotten etlck we eprnng nt the iiiiIiiiiiI'h lull ntntlu nml iigniu. till Ita Miippty of iiiIIn Ih-bhii to run low, niul the i reninri' grew titicnay. "Vhnt dni'i Ihta menu.' lie aei'imil to any. hla excitement rMnir. Ili xlllr-ld iiiniii hla hack, too. we tililcd with, nml win n ilniilly drew liltn forth with it fnrKcil ailck, IiIh ct were rciiily to litll'Ml fnuii hie heait. Then wo Inuched In lila face ami went our wny. Itefory wo luid renclied our cilinp I wna and iteuly aidatil with a airntiae. nettle pain In line of my feel. It accmcd n If n In I'm- nerve wna hclng roimhly enw et In twt. I could not tnke another atep. Milling down nml removing my ahcH' mid NtiM-klug. I acnrcliHl for the catlxc of i lie pnriilyxliig pe In. The foot woe free from murk or Injury, hut wlm t la Ihta little llioni or fun a of Hilaili- doing on the tinkle? I pulled It out nml found It to 1h one of the leaaor qullle of I ho HriiHllie. lly aomo menu, during our "elrctia," the itilll liml ilroiiNtl Imtlile my Blocking, tlio thing had "look." ami Hie iKircii jilue Inn I Ha revenge for all the In illgiiltlca we lutil tint upon hlin. i wna well piiiilnlioil. The nerve wlilch Hie UUlll wtrtick had iiiipleHannt memories of It for ninny iiiottlha nfterwnnl. WhiMi you come audih'iily tiHiti tlie imrcupliie lu hla unlive linuul he ilmwa Ida head latch nml down, puta tip IiIh ahlcld, tralU hla hmnd tall, nml wndi'lca Nlowly nwny. I lln alilchl Ih the nlienf of Inrger itillla tiimti hla latck. which he opeuH and aprenda out In a elrculnr form no that the whole tNMly la itilte hidden beneath It. Tim rori'tipltie," hy .lohti ilttrroiiglta, In St. .MCIKIP'H. 1 1i inn Hf t'nlil to "Sky Stone. " ltecnuee they come from meteor, bodice that fall In thla way ni- called iiieiiH,rlin; and for cry many yeora Mtat all the tnetixirltea whli-h have lieeu aeeu to full, or could he found, have lieeii carefully kept, ao Hint they nay Im atudlcd. W know. loo. tlmt tbey have fnlleti In earlier time na Well, herauae Hm hUtorle of nearly alt ini'lnet iMonlca contitlu nceottnta of atlelt 'HTiirrencee. Mild of the liomave mild to tha "aky atniiea" hy tln.ac who thought them glfta from the gmla, or inlracillotlrt oIiJoch. It la prolml.le that tlio aoculleil inddoaa Dlnuii who waa woraulpcd by the imhioIi. of Kuli eaua waa a melcii lc Htoue. A iimnn of Iron v.lil Ii pnnel to lie n inetcorlle WK foitml lu Tcxna n few senra ago. nt the cri.aHlng of a num ber of tnilU linlliitt lu different ill ret Hone. It waa learned tlmt It had lieon aet up hy the Imllnna aa n fetlxh. or object of worahlp: and wIhmmt ir maMl hy wit i xpectid to leave upon bead, nrrowhciid. toacco. or other Article na offerlnua, alnco It wna re gnnli'd aa linvlng come from tlie (in-nt Hplrli. Aimt licr, which fell In Initln 'me year ngo. wna krtt de kfl with floweia, vu dully nnuolnleil. and fn- tiently worahlM'd irfla grunt cere mony. There ta tin Mi-rtc4 Ib thla day lit the lairlali iliiii.li or Mualahidni, A lance, itrrmatiy. n atone welrblua over two hundred pOda. which felt in too town .Mir in. mi'j. rue King, botng near at Ho- time, had the atone carried to the omtlc. and after break Ing off two pleii H run. for lilinaelf ami the other for tin Imkc Hljminiml, or dcred the reiiinlmlci to !- kept lu the church mm n inlrtii iiltioiia oliecl: aud It villi hauga tin re eiiN udeO hy r chain ftont the ;ihi or the choir. -"SttooHitf Hlin Hun It. n. h the ICiirth.' by Oliver '. I'liriliiuiiiii, In Hi. Nlchol. 'I'hihIi of I'neMliOHf - Ite.i. id thcao "Woatta and Htiorea we cote to n arnnd park ,n llionwmid acre or inure In exlci.t. full of old niikx. uinlcr wMi ti ere bn Walllg IicMi or ili'f, mil tiiiniiuli tie park n Iniia nvetine nt ulnteh elm Htretcllc III a elrnlelit latn tn in undent hill Thl la Uohlutui Hull nud I'utk. in louglng tu IOftl Imndey. We mn reiiicinlifr lliat It bt rtcir,iici lu ink wick I'npcra." ytttre Mr IVkwl.k. Mr. Winkle and Vi'. Hii'Hljraa m It golug to the leather Hoiile Tavern, Mooti we are In Cabtiaui iliage nnd irrivo at Hki entne old l'tiicr Itouie Tnrern. We imihji thioiiuh it iiirrow Hull, ami we nn- usiicinl lulu u durk. low-collinged riMun Her.- Iilrtcna ihumI to ett aud study 'he guis. How ma My or his uiiiuc charactciM must bare Mtcd. all iiiiciiUM'loiiaiy .under III (IrepM-elUg vail' III II Ik o!i hk-iii. for bore be would make noic mm he mi in HtlemH- Here, tm, u made tuc Ptekwtck ('lull lu iiu'ct. The wuiH or tbo room en now ailuritrd wiih t iuk sbNtik'S iiiulnt akctcbea of DhkeiiH' cbiirfletcra. with iiewMr prtnis and artlet t i li- time ami wtib innu, tmrtralts of ii-kri.s and lit famii) (HmngolT enough .tlio onlr two nct tire in the room not rutntlng to IJIok) oiik nro imrtmlt of tlio Anuirlcnn nat mm, Mttry Andetnoc. IVeoro wo let tlw Inn wo wrllo our name lu the "lallon' lunik. It In grow ing late, nml wo hurry lmrlf. It lit mill n twautlfiil wnllc .and after llro tnllee: wo nro ngnlii In (lmvea"iid. Ilntorllig tlio town by tho 1'elhntn rontl, wo roiuu to Hi Wlillo l'oet Tnreni, nml jnmt rtrtv to coiitPinpliUo ntmtlier apot n tntetoaL Iloaldo the tavern In n little, iwlnngtilnr ynrd, well covered Willi grnwi nml atirraiinded with a llowc border, tn the inlddlo la n olroulnt llnwoMml flllMil Willi while tulip, with n aolllury mw-IniHli tu tlio center. Kothlug further tunrka thin nit, nml fow liuow Hint It hna apclnl Intcivtit! yet tnulnr tlmt soil In tho tomb of l'o eahontnH. lln the jmrlah register of old H. Miirlo'n church, wtileh onro atood there, In entered: "1017. Slnry HUL llPbocen Wroltro, wyffo of 'I'lHumiH WroliTp, OonU ft Vlr gtiibt Ijtilyo Iwinie, whh hurled In yo cliaiieell." Thcra la n inUtnlio In tho nnino i'laiiuna. for It alioiilil bo .tnlin. "Mnrr" h old aljlo for Hay. atrniiie wna tlw fnto of l'ocnhnit- tim! A enrage imilden fititn the iirl nieval forealH of Amerlea, wlm dim! among the civilised white pontile hIio loved, far from the laud of hor Utrlh. "A Stroll In Hie (lanlen of ldiigliiml." hy MpiiI. .tnhu M. luHlcoII. U. 8. N In HI. Nlcliolaa. . lllril 'I'll nt ItrtH n lleoliteit Preference for lluiiinii I'fe)'. In the canton of I'rnl n woman was living III lSftl who had been onriietl off hy n lammergcter, or Alpine vul ture, when n lathy. At Ihimlwel, In the canton of Appenaell, n chilli wns carried off In eight of her pnreuia. On the iSllhcralp a vulture attacked n lit tle Ixiy who wna watching aheap, Boat ed on it rock, and hud time to Inwck htm over the edge of the cliff baforn tbe Bltepherda itild drivo tlio lilnl a wny. At Miirreti, nhovc the vtltlay of lAUtorbronnctt,. a vulture canleil an Infant to nn luncccHelblo rock opposite the village mid devoured It. lint the moHt atrlklng Inatiime of the chlld-do-votirlng tendency of these birds oc curred In Hie Iterncae Uberland. A child three yc.ua old, called Aline Ztir Inn hen. wna tukeit up to tho high Alp nt hnyuakltig time and left naleoji while the father fetched a load of lmy. lie reitirneil to ttml the ehttd gone. At the Mune time another potUMlit, cilllMl Henri Michel, wna coming up the mountain hy u rough attli when ha hennl a cbltd cry. At tlie annie time tic attw n laimnergetcr ilH ami Mil nwny. Ituunlng up to tlie plnee lie found the tittle girl, unhurt except for wotinda lu the firm mid left lmud. whrra tlio bin! luul cliUt-linl her. She lmd lnal her .wwka, alioaa nml onp while being ttJH8KirtHl by the bltt), ttio (llutitiice tmvoraed tielDK nh' tit two vnrda. 'J'Iib facta wore nil entered in the imneii nrenivos or nut vuuige oi Hakcreti, ami tho girl, who lived to hu nn old woman, wna ulwnya Iniown hu "neAiinl."--Iindoit Hpoclntor. tlow to Oiiiiii II IloiiU. Wlllliiin itnttimwH, Jit Ills Hon lino on "Modern llookhlmllug l'mcttonlly Uou alderod," given the followlnp; miggeat Ivo htnla on thla ttibjact, which mo wtdl worthy of ntteiiitnn liy nil lovara of beautiful iMMika: ' Hold the tHMk with II Imek on n aiiioolh or covered table; let Hie front hoartl down, then the other, holding tho leave In the hni"l while you ohii it few leave nt the fnmt ,nml m go oil, nlleriutiely oHiilng buck and front, gctitly pn bmIiiu n the aeetlon. until you rciicli the center of the volume. l)o thla two or three ttinea .ami you will ntilitlu Hm lieat reautta. Open the volume violently r cnrcleaaty In auy one pbtcc. nml you will likely break tie- iaick nml cnuac a atart lu tlio leiiM-a. Never force tim latck; If It ilMrt not yield to gentle opening, rely upon It the tmek la too tightly or atrougly lined. A iviiuoiaeur, many year ago, nil excellent ctl.luliicr of mine, woo 1 thought he knew m rfcctly lww to Imiii die iMi.ikn. m me into tny oljlcc, where 1 1 hint nn rieiiNlvo tmok Jimt brought l imiii Hie bindery, ready to be aelit home; lie, before my eyea, took hold of tho volume, nml, tightly nuldlug tne lenvea In ein li hand .liiitend of allow 1 tim lliein fne play, violently opt ued it ! tn tlie center, nml exelatliteil: "itoW i beautifully your tiln llnga ojicn!" 1 al , muni iiilntnl. lie lmd broken tlio luick , of the volume Jitul It iMtd tc be ro- I bound." A 1 1 end for I'lmicm Kw-reiary Mortuu liellevea that he haa autoHK the neaiatajit atatiatlclana of hla force one man who la little lea than a wonder na a "fufgonir." The muu name la Henry Ii'nrqubftr, and minora of hla ability In menial arltu 1 metlc having been lu circulation for I aonie time, the ecrctary tbe other day urn the iiuiiter to a teat. "Mr. far miliar,' uld the secretary, "I have heard you eau multiply ten fjjturoa In your bend, la that Bor "Wall." r piled the iiaalalaut atntlatlciau uimleat- y. -1 urn wllllug to try." "Then mm linlv LMiKi.lut br ITS.' aakl locretary Morton. Mr. Irnaunr had the ilgurc i MMieatisl to Id in. aim then he eimeu i trnteit Ida mind upon them, for a half minute or ao he looked like a mou In a inlin e Then he seised a uoncll ami n piece of jmMr and hurriedly wrote il.iwil tlie ngttrea. "l,ll.ui l.TTJl. " "Now. let na aee if that la right." said HWrctury Morton, ami one of (ho Irlsln oung mcu of the aX'tetary's ' ulttce cnrcrttlir ami utnonousiy worneti i out the sum. "Mr. rarquhara ilgnroa arc wrong, be announced. "I think nut," retiufd the uvMlern .eriili Oa. burn, "nnd you bad tietier go over lour work saaln."' 'ibe youuit man did ao, nud In a few wluutwg admltlml be hod made nu errer gnu that Mr. I'umubar waa right, ivasuuiglon Let ter. Ilorae Ted by nu Aliirm ( lock Ail lugcHhius ii win baa IiimiiIikI ib vl.e for1 feeding Id bora, and he itoea It with on of tbe ordinary alarm clocka. For Instance, if the Imroe is to have Ha mottling netl or gialu at ; o'clock the alarm la sot. aud when ilu utoriilus coinen the ho aets Its brwtkfaat licforc Ita owner's eye ure ..pott It t o arrauifiti ttuii the alaim pulls Hie elide, letting the Ktllln run through a luU-e to tho tnB0BcrIUa IN WOMAN'S COItNKI?. iNTiinnsTiNa rtEAuiNU rorr DAMES AND DAMBBI.S. Cnrrrnt Nolfc of the lloil"Wleil to Do When tin liocfnr li Nut Nmf Alr In lli U.Tmiiu llliiu for tlie IloititlinUI. St T is no mtioh nn (Ktsler innttor to ni poar wolldroMOd In fiutmncr than In (wlntor. Mntorlnla ooat lea and are In : finitely more lovely, whllo tho Duffy, nlry styloanro more Ronornlly boeomliig than tho wvere made of tho win ter, llntlalo la In hlgli fnvnr for hand neme streot powna. In a con turn of this material ono nlway tuny feel par faotly gowned, but net overdressed, even with silken lining, since It nlwitya Rttowa In gleams of color through the ireod. Plain bntlsto Is tisod for the body of most of these rowmb. It com bines so beautifully with the ouilirold oris anil lends Itsdlf ao aweetly to the decoration of rihlions of silk. A fetching rowii Is made up of plain batiste over a foundation of sky-blue taffeta. The material of tbe aklrt la plain and nulla transparent, showing the color of the ellk through. The bod lee Is In blouse offset, of the plain stuff. wlHi a ripple attachment set in squarea of embroidery and caught to the waist by foltlH of turquoise blue velvet. A liiiiri shsuhlor oollnrstto of ombrold ored Imtlito, out also In largo squarea. la n hanilaome addition, wiih Ita fsc Inga af tiirquelae blue aalln. A high stock of bine velvet seta off the nock. STftKBT The sleeves are full bishops, mado up of all over embroidery. lieeomlliin on Uutliiir down Sorertly makes but few gowns, but tn these fow there Is a decided alt of distinction, perhsps by way of contrast with their elaborate neighbor, liven tbe outing gowns are mere elaborately U scorn tad about tbe Jacket, the vent or the collar, not in an obatrustvn wny, but nsvertbolses elaborate. One, n novel, aa well aa decidedly chic costume, la made up of a heavy Scotch mixture tn shades of brown and scarlet. Tbe perteoUy plain rd untteually wide skirt Is llNed throughout with rustling scarlet taffeta made with 4 set of foet rallies. Tbe rlpplo oeat Is extremely short, as are most ot this season's Jack ets, and is made up ot the Bootoh goods, with widely flaring revors, showing a bread vest ot brilliant searlet broud oloth. bordered with a band of tan colored canvas, and all crossed over with strips of gold braid, ornamented 1 J irllh flat geld buttons. As a contrast ti n lover tailor gown of anuS" brown canvas made up over anuff brown taf feta, listening Uirough Ita eoarie raeshe. The sweeping skirt has n foot decora lien of thick brown ollk cords set in n double row, sevemi Inches from the bottom. The hodlet Is n smoothly llltod affair, drawn e lowly Into a belt of brown suede, wo, n buckle to matett. A pointed yoke is simulated by rows of the eord, with shoulder dsournttves of Die same. The full lsg o' muiim steem are finished with a eord of tba band. Whtn n Iliiclnr It Nut Nrnr, It Is very often the case Hint at Just tho time one needs a medical mnn It Is Impossible to get him, A sick penon may inko n chill after tho doctor hna paid his anil. Warm tho patlont nt oueo. 1111 strong bottlea with hot water, placing them under tho knees, at the ftHrt, under the nrmplta. Hire stimulants and cover with blanket. After he warms up, do not sweat him. but gradually remove tho extra cover ing, lie mire to keep nu even temper autre In the' sick room. Thla is most Important nt night and In the small hours of the morning. Always have hot water available In alcltnesa of any kind. Anyone with tlio nvorage Intel ligence can koep track of tho pulio, temperature and respiration, eo that In ease of fainting or sinking spells ho may know when to give stimulants. A bottle of brandy or good whisky, ii nib ber bag for hot water, and n can of ground mustard nro tho tbrco first ro iiulsltesjnr the family modlolno olosot. Always oe prepared for omcrgenoloa. I'ruli Air In tlih llnlrntiin, In tho daytlmo allow plenty of nlr, tight and sunshine Into your rooms, for even If it does lttjnro tho furniture nnd DnBSS. onrpets, It Is not so oxpunstvo in Hit long run as n doctor's bill. Moro coltli are caught by keeping fresh nlr out. in tlmt It makes people moro iracoenil- j hie to Bhangs of temperature, than ore ever caused by letting fresh nlr In.' Ventilation, by good mausgoniont, need not mean a draught. I Aa water eolleeta nnd goneratoa tm-' purities. It Is a good thine to ompty tbe washlng-baeln and Jug yourself every morning, so aa to Insure the refilling tuoin with fresh. Drinking water! should be belled, analysts having prevail that filters are not to be trusted, I for, after baring been in uee for some time, they add to tho water tho danger pus aoeMuralatteHS tbey have taken up In previou us. To renere tbe Intiptd last ot boiled water, pour it hask wards and forwards from one Jug to an other. If primarily, your house Is In Itself bllky na regard drainage, eta., keep I It nnd yourself so by letting In plenty or treeii air, Hint ami tmnauine tue ibree grace wbleb are In attendance on ber majesty, Queen Ilygela. ilnutcliotit lllnli. The best method nt cleaning mlrron nnd windows U to rub them with a paste at whltlne and wnfatr. When this dries polish with dry chamois, and rejnere the powder. A little alcohol In Mid water also give a brilliant polish. Roup suds should never be used. for a quart ot goed lemonade take tbe Juice at tr-xee lemons, using the rind ot one. Feel the rind very thin, getting Just Uio yellow outside. Cut this Into HttUs pleees nnd put with tbe Juice and powdered sugar, ot whloh use two ounees to tbo quart, In a Jug or Jar with a eover. When the water it Just at tbe tea point, pour it over tho lemon and sugar, cover at once and lej It get cold. " ', . i aiBMisapoj D00T0E HATITMAW. OiTiwi nelhf to Bk5."U'tfSH6n for tho Aiklng. It is at this time ot the year when the weak, nervous-woman Is most prp tratotl and least Able to perform tho dally routine of duties wbleh fall to ber share. She baa no ambition, and ber work drag upon her at every step. It items never to bo oomplotcd, and sbo never feels able to go on with It. As a rule, sbo keeps bravely at it, ottcn tineomplainlng and patient, until alia bret completely down and can go no fur-jjjr. It Is to theso tlrod, listless, untuppy women that Dr. llartman , offers ndvlco and enoouragament free. It all such women will wrlto to Dr. llartman, giving n full account ot their troubles, bo will nnswor promptly frco ot charge and tell thorn what to toko and what to do to rnako new women of themselves. His ndvlco costs noth ing, and tho msdlolnos nro not expen sive Kvery woman who follows hla ndvlco la greatly benefited, and tho creat majority are completely restored, to their j truthful health and strength. Uvory woman ntay have a copy ot Dr. Hartman's book on female diseases. It Is an Invnlunblo book for the class ot women to whom it is written. This book will bo sent freo to any woman by Tho I'eruna Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Ah liitrl,-riit 1 1 mi. Speaking about ohlokons, n fanner' wild tho other dnjrt "I don't wnnt to boust, but I do think wo have got tho bnowlugest bens In tho world. 1 hnvo n Hook nil blaok. It Is h theory otnilno that black bens lay bettor than tlioits ot wny other color. Oho tiny 1 found n lion in tny Mock' with rt tow whlto wither In her tall. I onlloA tho liirofl man nnd told blm to onleb and kill her. You can't rely on tho laying en liabilities of a hon with wblto feathers," I said. . "The hen gave me a sorrowful look, but did not say a word. Noxt mora 'of Uie hired man told mo unit ho ould not liml bor. A month or two later I opened n pilo at potatoes I bad stoisil in tlio collar, and found a big, hollow Hpttoe In tho oontro of them. There was n Iwinch of blnuk fenlbsrs In '.lie fdnea with throe whtte onoa (jtamlttitf up In h detlant sort of way, llelilml tho (ontbers woro elxty-tix onr I ivoognlsod at onoo that It wns tho work of the missing ben. Tho sensitive creature bad stowed liertoU nwny nud worn herself out laylnfc ogg.1 to pt'ovo my theory was a inlstogon on.M Hu Uiinitttirnl. Mrs. Kontuoky Colonel What do you ilrink Is tho mattor with my poor daui'liusbaml, dootorf Doolor Wutor on tho brain inn'm. Mrs. Kontuoky Colonel Oh, (loai that is so dreadful I don't know boi it got there. -Texas Sandwlob. Lot of people nro afraid of n oyrbjn who nro not tifruld of tbe dovll. A PEMFECT SHEEP DIP. The Improved method ot extracting nleotlno from tobacco enables sheep owners to escape tho labor ot hauling and boiling up the bulky stems when dipping Is to be done. Tho concentrat ed nleotlno makes a perfect sheap dip, as It is tho best known stimulant ror wool an well as sure death to all In sects. If you Intend dipping this year you onnnot ao better than write nt onoo to tho Ikabcura Dip Co., Station 8., Chicago, for particulars. IMplnmany of Hliing, llie men with nn exooedlngly earn est expression bod spent a good doit) ot time explaining tbe drawing whltth bowed bow bis flying machine was go ing to work. Now," he snld to Uia patent attor ney. "I want your cnmlfil opinion ol that machine." Tho attorney hM ttto drawings of) nt arm's length nnd fin hi i My fHeiiU, that Is it rcnmrkitbJo machine, t think I ujtiy truthfully venture the opinion, without further IiuHwolloti, that more ure wo mos on it." Washington Star. Trolley 1'hi-hIIuU. Tho projootors ot trolley jiarnUola In the western states Ao not tmm lc be dlsturlwd or restrained by serfams ote IioeUtou In Uie courts or oleewljew. In luirthorii Uhio tliaro ure many long trolley roads which wmllel exisUng steam roads, and oUiera nro soon to. be conatrualod. In Mtoblian there Is to tie, before tbo owl ot tlw year, n trol ley parallel ninety miles tons;. This will bo all right If It Is twt Uie deadly jmrallel that make uu old sneoeh' l tbo side ot a now on kUt UM oandp dato who made thorn both- I low we loug tor tlio rich rumble ol a circus wagon. ir ih uuby it imiltug Tm, Tbe better pie taste, .tim wores II Is for you. lio'i Cure for OatMompilea hit bee tsuiuy BiMtkiae with s ttaee linsl J. a UiSonmm Avs . Chicago, ills. Wo have remarked tlmt when a man cannot find work lit wife oun. Only Tliinkwhsta lonytr i of itiisaies aritt frem Impure blood. Ttura K r ltk blood pur tilth Hood's Sarsaparilia The OfiO Ttui blood l'urlfltr. Alt drugiHti. it Hood'a pTllaTreslwsyi rettstiH. I