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A Chronic Invalid.
Mm. Emm Oi hi, Clay Center, Neb. In a ro-i letter to I UnrtmnnJ "I trust nn will think cent Dr. aye one ill of nnmo seeing my , In ini bile; but an 1 have been n sufferer 1 do It with pleasure (or tho sake o( thoio hovo been slok number ot years, and bnj hardly faith In, nny medicine nny more. Hut In my mltery a book, Tho Ills of Life,' was given to me. I gavo ltc-ru-na a trlnl, and am now ni well at I ever was In my life. I had femnto disease. At Unit 1 wouH have to alt up In bed to breathe, Bomctlmea I bad stitching palm In my breast and aides and backache ; could not sleep well; could cat but very little, and what 1 did cat did not ngreo with me. Dur ing tho monthly periods J suffered severe pain. .My weight was reduced to 13G pounds: now It Is ICO. Walking across a room would tire me. A womau oan tako Po-ru-na at any time; It Is harmless. Any one that reads this and suffers and would llko to inqulro ot me, will rccelvo prompt answer." Dr. Haitman has lately written a book especially devoted to women and Ulie diseases peculiar to their sox. It l&ft very valuable book to all women, ttjteclnlly slok women. It will bo sent free to women only for n short time by Tho I'c-ru-nn Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio. flood Judgment i ax Important a In dustry. I To Car Conitlpatlon Forefer. Tnlto CBMttroti Condr Oathartle. lOoorCVx It 0. C. 0. lot! to cure, drutgltt refund mooor. What do divorced tholr woddlnir rings. women do with who suffer. 1 for a Our Fs ,and Other Eyes. Our I's arc just as strong as they were fifty years ngo, whun wc have cause to use them, Hut wc have less and less cause to praise ourselves, since others do the praising, and wc arc more than willing for you to sec us through other eyes. This is how vc look to S. I'. Iloycc, whole sale and retail druggist, Dulutli, Minn., who after a quarter of a century of observation writes: 41 1 have sold Aycr's Sarsaparilla for more than 25 years, both at wholesale and retail, ami have never heard any thing but words of praise from my customers 5 not a single complaint lias ever reached me. I believe Aycr's Sar saparilla to bo the best blood purifier that has been intro duced to the general public." This, from a nun who has sold thousands of dozens of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, is strong testimony, ttut it only echoes popular sentiment the world over, which has Nothing but words of pralso for Aycr's SArsnpnrllln." .. As? dealt about ll f Sitl far tha Cunbol..M It kill! doubll and CUMI dutilti. AilUiriti J. C. Ajir Co., Loll, Man. TEACHERS Rend for list 1 f i 'Ot1 rarnn. is-we live inl ttmt as manv Tat-amlcs ft roemher. Mutt hove more ineinucra fetrrs! pldnt. two i . w ijivo fri-rijritroilfii unn jilan .r AllAN 1 HISS pimiri)S. lOicnistiaisluriioi'k ronift ni plant nn.i n .'o.o lve i"rr ot llolleigo dart, blanks and i in ulam trte No nmrse to employers r reiiitnHieiirtlns Jeai-hera SOUTHERN trXCHEnS'DUREAU. ' RCV. DR. 0. H. tJltON. A, M SUUON TEACHERS OUREsU. S.W Cot MlnAilHU InuutllU Kr ' ritldn imI M"r til I lwrU.. M i tiUi-Bu. Ill Kortkirnntotntui 'l ty t.firt, s .iifArn ufan.ui I.uiiuii ci.1 Oiii 'n ri)iiln lit Uih ufti$. KLONDYKE COLD FIELDS! v.M ,.. hii l Till' fllll.llf MII.VIMt M tNI'.M n'V'l'CO. ni l ltrr.,nl ton It lioixrailnf in lilnnitk mill HootriiHl. A lutre inluikxl fn.iu lo w dlifUift mi 1 . tik iKimtiiir ii liiii.Hr,l inluiillon. pruiiKxlliiu drluiiiiir and iradlnr ..min In Ik A, IJ, rrnlJmt. Hlr W, 1', IIomIuiiiI ifixmrr .t.i TiAf.k ..r 1 an ia 1.. l'. iinitaiHiu (i ihimiii !liln IIM.IK IJlllunl w tkliiri.ll.i abarta napa and prui'lui lift A. IV. Mfillntiifalil. EDUCATIONAL- ravi nn ' ffmai f hni i fofT ai' un 1 i-vMi 1 " liSl't. I. 'IT. Tin Mini. Ir,,l. k,4 rut. if In lhtH..lli JIIU wluln. l,.llhrulclllnl KiI r cauiiur. a. !'. fit,. i. t,i.. ti r. J taralti4 1 ialiaia Untfran4 aihar TuilnfM taeli aa th Ml rrlMii"l'mr.lir klgli arad aa4 ilaikllna la Ihaaoaih Ad Kll illll.llaa.Wa.Tat Iilla..T taaMlMflitn .lslrHI.U.Ir.'i vl ilwl lilUiatH Md hlf kMl jail an.. lm Aiuttn, Trial, arlait'hal tMuna Man and Hr. Iltallkjr and 4rturaaua laaamr l:rr tiatUir for tkaroaab rlaMlral.tuwiarrWal r aalanlin aaaaaa. llk Mudrrn lanvaataa, muiI., ibrtkand, lFwIMae. Ilaialf . uadar i'ial i.WJt ivH. tt- Aatlalmdaaaitmaat bojl undar It, fw tala UfuaaaJ UiUur Kaillralaia, addiax i. . . iTtiV.F. Ir. Kl.i'.I.V, C. H. CfealJewt. UNIVERSITY op NOTRE DAME, Notre Dame, Indiana. Caln, l.elten. Nrlv nre, I.nr, ( I'll, Me cltalllMtl aa4 jilretrlcHil Kiiclurrrlug. TiiliruuKii rrvlMrMliiry and tuiiiiiierrlal CHrea. t'ialaal.i aiul.nu at m.i llOHIlia Pr, Jaarr aaalur ltai 1 ..lllaM ONrw. HI. Kilwranl'a Hall, lor bo;a undo n Ttia 101 Terra m wii Nepteiuber 1 1 It. J MOT. CillnliiBUl. Mat l'r at, a w.ll. all..u ., Ita. A. Murrlaaej. O. H. CN rraiant. DALLAS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. HftMnHFTT ART STORED fiWRVl UiMiaai I'UitV un mi in WFm aaataaflfnr Willi K 1 for(',TAUH.l h ff-' I I IIV. 1eiaalial'lw l u lianas m www STARR tVi.tuK. luauitfaciurtra Jaita I laurb 1'iauu uud Uraaa t'w a . . . . 1 1 1 I . - 1 1 . . .r. A 1 lau St ilbanj, J. lud- RUPTURE1PILES CURED . fcJ "UIH. . 4jSlb KUtala. H.iara. I Irtrallna l FitSBaBr lha lUflau. Iliamrrlo and tarl. , roral a(arr as I'ai. Traaaaa 'lllUd. till Ut Mad, fced aiamp far faoipt.ii tl (t.uaotuaia OH. r J PICKET. 393 tfeia St Dallat, Ttx U U UAl t AH NO 34 Wilts Aniwering Aovsn ic-ueotl VlratiOD Tbi( I'sptr Mm m llja mm B m BIIIIIo'"l"',i III n HIS I V 'noor Muiertpiiait r I U la I ! all 'taiaa houaaaouuiblaad J I lllllyw latbia nkiBi'lla.plrniu Hculiowtrj riili luaaivdal KUliatva vejjssja wr.' mm Kaeaea Enterprise. Kansas women have always been self-assertive. The Coolldge Enter prlse cites this modern Instancot "While going down to view iho burn ing hay sucks Wednesday evening, Miss Ida Doggs stopped on a Jaok rab bit, killing It instantly, and the very next step she londed on a rattlesnake, crushing tho life out of It. Her Mends managed to get her to the house with, out her doing any.damaga to tho cat tle or horses." A part of ovory man's trnlnlntr for old ago should lio a OHlttrutton of tho gntno of solltnli'o. When n man has had an nporntlon IMM-roriiiMl ha thinks ha Is milhorlty on hIi'Uiwks of overy kind. All Atmiiilnalil l.egnftj, A IHHletwv lo ttirummhlfl H UlHtotjltletlly Inherit!) I'lillke many ether Jmeiea. It reinatM In tin (ami rriHumii in wta lainiir. -inn mm wieettMi mesiH of ahaekltit, iliu temiensv, or of re- inovtiit Incipient tlieumallam. whether pre at latent in the Wood or list. In to rpaort (o llmtetter rUroaafh llltleni u aoou a the priiwoHluwe twfiiiea are felt NnlllMmr ike laflneneea nf raid. eaimttirn nml falitrse, the lltltvM net on It lortlllrn the ayaiem mtlnt their liaWNl eannNiHeneM, Ml astWiratea malaria, Ilrer nnl Money complaint, d'epepMP. awl ncrre itlaqtitetwle. Una of tho worst things In tho world Is to hear a man scold whan he Is so old ho gots out of breath. Don't Toumo Spit ins Smoki four Lit flwsg To ciitt tnlmeen entity and farerer. be mff Belie, full n f life, nrrfenml view, tsko NoTw lle, tla Momler-Hiirkf r, that nuke tweak pica tiro?. .U tniifstt, Wo or St. Care ma ran teed. Ilooklct and sample free. Aibtret Sterling lletnedy On., Clilefo or New Vork. Our Idea of a vary Giiergntta wnmnn Is ono who llvos noxt to a greutihouio, and ko) up uu oxtemdvo (lower gar Un. Jlre. Window! Rootlilng ft) nip rr vMUiuitihlnr.ifitt'iiini. I'd ta Infltm watlea, allajsialn, aurti wlrvj callc. Xr.uu a tallk A woman ns a cirrus clown Is worso than a woman In politics. WANTED! u.,r,ii,or ui,lt..., Itiitirrt .la IT my iIHrlr llii lit r IX fullr I1. . iiinl A W'ly for iioru 01 iim., i bkmi", ua bvhihiui uauacin unactor. nil aioun.i nwi, (. R,. IP. ABHINDROTH, lAI.I AS. TftXAa Mtaua. Tri . Juir I' l' IwarMr In.l..l-4ut ftnl AimI a iituv older lur Mhd'li -tid ma two Ijoiat ul .nr Hal.' ouard I a.ilIlM I kaia Will lu r bail liralili i,.r ihtao jtai- lla ln n.aiw r aial h.l. I an. but vblalnrd no lallal Mr h'alllt Itai loon warn all ll.a lima i...i alia U up but t ail ul M,a itmr until about thi.w ni'.ntlia av A in. aa hrr SUIT ft my I'unitllli.n. aaitt turn a tot ul tour nalatluard 'llll. and I u.f.l Ihi m and ihtf lull a ma wundrr ullr I laal aura via i uia II t liata ani.uvli at Jo 11 lurillalna 10 u. I am uratllun ) wur lurUlrlut bad , to xnd at ,kt and ubllfa. ...... laraortn ticirra rrtL nnita hit rant. A I niaal" and Woo.ltni(rai!iiitdtah1itdonlr1al totallablaai(laa. rally vuaranlra.1. tVrlialorral akxiiaan.l (,!.. it l l. l- Ijim MftldlaaNa tlilna nbuia, liua K, Hmdiiii li. BSDnSlUe In saw and CAMERAS UHnuHinaaiiaip.iutu ln H wr HLl ill Built, f.ttry naa raaraniawl la parfarl anlar Iria ttaalr, MUlt iiaaillll. SI.'Jl .awara n.tktl 4rli, tli. to nla at ..ma r..r t(. lal ffar U.,.iia r..r alu.maraa. IUVMI rilUltMttMHU . Hll lt fal.trk tb, ltl,t. FREE TRIAL SiS: d oar a;tlam an4 tall r lur miliar la.ltt' lru t armta oa IS 4 tip WIjJj a run JIU..11 you itmit u. II 11 If aMUfa-. nafwiaeyoa ! rturn aawa 1.1 ut r mail, baUf flit A NT l'ATTI)ltN CUaoU! CKuiiiua Rit. nurnuu. an. ROBBRT B. LEE MXffitXiSi Hero A great saw Ixiebf lut r 'ly, uUluii lid' bik! n .i-eatr. iti'Tittji ra 11 1 11 sjsj i"i ni .linn usleu waatfcC UDVAf. I'Ua aa .ruaifkai a usssraia- ,, aa 1- . i I . . ,. ta 1 1 Ull I wbim: udvai ' rIEWBtfWyEJ I CO., Ilth A Stain H.oVlH Jffl8tfe OPIUM mill UIIIHKI'.V llMTifif urnl Hi 1 1 mini M il limit thtll). R&oU if uurtlrulara tree. i. ft tv .i 1 a v. m ii , Atitaia, Sa, nrmflBlanThabaatllad HanattAAfln; Ii U U I I II ll I "i (t- and aalla lu. 1 If, niynV,. f deHent pgjhf f uuaalwuift,oa.i oit, It's atlmkV aald another. o.wiLtaoNVoo..wa".bTl"Jle'a a wan wMjiooan't talk much. - - nuQ.r .aa in. 1'iaaiar SamplM (1 ta, Ua n t Mtiltu kbon u io.,iaaa.a,M, niTCIIVCiH' O.WILUJONVoO..Wa.bT HI I HNI "V.aiiun. I) I NoaaiilMoBt I t I Sot 11 ajuouiad. ta.aataLiwLIM RODS for irariaf aad torallat (lalj vt Slltar SOU I.Kit, llot 3S,.Houihiuiioa. oaa xW?,$Xi: ITheropsen'i Eye Wafer. AN ELECTRICK. lug oleetrlo Inci dent was related to me by an Amorlonn oltlsen of emlltand renown, who re cently ertMted tho Atlantic an one of the crack llnors. 1 1 ne eiiint iiHuitua ot the smoking room was president of a largo elcotrle lighting company In America. He was a somewhat confident Individual, as RtMt meemsful and wealthy men got to bo In lime, and'thoro was no ques tion but ho knew a good doal about olcstrlolty, an well as about a number of other things. There Is always some body In the stoamer smoking roam who pretends to universal knowledge, and on this partleujar trip this particular man seemed to Till tho ofllce of general Instructor. This Is a very usoful func tion to perform, and It results In the spreading of knowledge, so that the others who take an estpenslvo steam ship trip got more for their money than more board and lodging and the rcuscloustiess ot travollng so many hundred miles a day; yet such Is the Ingratltudo ot humanity that sonic people resent tho Instruction thus flung abroad, and tho man who knows abso lutely everything Is rarely popular with his fellow-passengers, especially It he Is a little strenuous In his self assertion. The electrical expert had little pa tlonco with any one who did not be lieve that electricity was not shortly gclng to run tho wholo world. It any one ventured an opinion to tho contra ry, tho expert promptly floored him with statistics and scientific assertions that not many, at tho moment, wore able to controvert, and as thoro was no library of eleetrlool books on board It was dimeolt to hold one's own against the president ot the elcotrle lighting company. "In a very few years," said the pres. Idont loudly one evening, "the man who has no electricity In Ills house will bo accounted n fool." "When you monopolists succeed In supplying It cheaper than gas." put In one of tho listeners, "then It will bo time for tho rost ot us to consider It." "It's chenpor than gas row," said the president. "If you tako Into account the randlo power It gives and tho absence of tho many disadvantages of gas. Perhaps you may not know that a gas Jot 00 n h limes ns much oxygon In n room as fifteen persons. Tho mo ment gas Is lighted In n room ovory ono begins to brentho vitiated alr.whlch brcomos moro nnd moro vitiated ns tlmo goos on. Then thoro Is tho heat, which In a warm mimmor cilmnto llko ours Is very Important; gns Jots raise the lemporntmo In n room to nn tin boarablo oxtont, whllo electricity Is ab solutoly cool." All this was roltorated night after night whan dinner was over until some ot the passengers bcoatno rather A RKD Q LOW CAMB. t'red ct the subject of olootrlolty. There was among the passengers one quiet man from lloston, who, atrnnga a 1 It may niipenr, coming from suoh tt rulturod city, had tin Information to bestow upon his follow mortals. Ho was a silent man who enjoyed hU ci gar, and kopt pretty much to himself. Kovcrtholots, llko nil uthar frequent ers ot tho smoking room, ho was com pelled during tho voyngo to tako In a good deal of electrlotty. However, ho wade no complnlnt, but kept right on saying nothing till one evening a fow days bofare landing, he entered tho smoking room somewhat litter than I he others, who were all seated thero, while the president ot the electrlsa! lompany as usual was holding forth II .on the blessings that electricity would ultimately beatow upon the world. Trie IlMton man took n elptr from lils pocket and meditatively bit the end off It, paying no' attention to the con versation so largely inonQ.iullied by the, ejsctrlcal magnate. He wandered altiejt mlndwdly to one of the wall IrfMkwta which held an electrical light ed gjfttre on Its end, and pulling Ills el gar tjftlween his lips attempted to light It at the Hemic lamp as a man would at a candle. A ripple of amuMmani ran around the smoking room aa tho man from lloston endeavored to light hi efg-er at the frosted globs. fisw iook at mat, aaiu the prsel- eflt W a whisper. "Would you Ima- t any intelligent man living In totiay wouiu not know bet- tef than te try to light a elgar by an Vot thlqUa a gofaJr1. and he has for- gotten himself forftlie moment." Hut Just as thlri man wrs speaking a ted glow ainn round the hihI of the ci gar, a puff nf amuke tsinn out ot the Dosloufan's mouth, and he forthwith sat jully dwn as It he had done the at ordinary thing In the world; Pi tils book and went on reading, iwyttig no nHcntion to tb buss of ex laawUains tint ruse up around him TJ tm it Hie president of the elec if tric llttlillng company dropped, and he stared at Uu unconscious Uustonlah as It the man had unexpectedly como aboard In midormtn. Tho lloston man wasn frlglil. iinsoolabto person, wh never nddremirHl a remark to n fellow paHougrr, no ono In the smoking room had the courage to ask him whnt kind of rlgnni he smokml, or how he siureeiied In llRlitlng nn or dinary cigar nl an electric light. Kven tho New Yorker seamed afraid to taokle the man from Masaoliusotts, In spite of the morelloee comments ot tho nth or on the hoat-glving qualities of elcotrlelty which began to mnko bis llfo n burden. Many trletl to light their cigars at the lamp, but none suc ceeded except the Impassive Ilostoiiliin, who novor took the slightest notice of tho surlmiity which his nlgar light ing ncrompllrhmont Invariably aroused. On tho last night of tho vayago.whcn nfter dinner tho lloston man onmo In to tho smoking room and lit his cigar ns usual, the Now Yorkor oould stand It no longer. "I beg your pardon, sir." he said, "but I'll give you a hundred dellara to know how yo.t do that," "How I do what!" risked the llos Ionian, coldly. "How you 1 1 nil 1 yonr olftar." "I light my pfgnr, sir." replied the lloitonlnn. aliuly. "!u any way that aeitna to me hatuSlost. If 1 have a match In my pookot I strike It nnd light, my cigar. If thero Is an electric globe handy I light It thoro. Why do you askt" "Would you mind lighting ono of my cigars at that globoJ" asked the electrician. "Thank you: I never smoke any el gars but my own." "Woll, what I wont to know Is," said tho other, "hnw you manage to light It at tho electric glnbo?" "Oh, that is very slmplo," said the man from lloston. "As Is well known by every Intelligent person, electricity gives out a groat iltml of heat, nnd added to that vitiates tho ntmosphere In a way that a gas Jet would never condescend to do. Hlectrlclty has ninny objectionable qualUtes, but has ono good point: you can always light your cigar at It." "Oh. that's all very woll," replied tho othor, "but you'vo had your fun, nnd now f you'll lot us hnvo tho secret ot It I'll stand tho champagne for the crowd." "Done," said (ho Ilostonlan, so tak ing n cigar from his oano. ho, with n penknife, mndo n deep cavity In the InislncrM end of It, prosorvliig tho pow dorcd tobacco that camo out ot tho hole. Then ho struck ono at those fuses which smokers tiso out ot doors In windy weather nnd after It flamod out nnd left n red hot globo ho Insert ed this burning cinder In tho cavity In, tho end ot tho cigar, and broka oft tho stem, covering It up with tho powikrod tobacco so that tho cigar looked to nil Intents nnd purposes llko any other clp.nr, "There," ho said, "that wll keep nre In the end of It for ten or fifteen min utes. If during Hint period you draw on tho end ot tho olgar It will shortly light up completoly. I nevor per formed this fust- operation In 'he smoking room because the fumes are obnoxious except out of doors. And now, as dry ohnmiagiio has many points more Interesting to discuss than dry electricity, -mi may order up n few bottlos If everybody Is ready for a drink. And I may add for the benefit ot yon unsophisticated New Yorkers thnt I have always succeeded In get ting tho flhampagiiH nut of this trick whenever I have crossed tho ocean, al though, alas, nearly everybody outside Now York knows how It Is done." Ihlil llrllnlllmia. A recont oxlilbltlou ot tho relics of Dr. Samuel Johnson, In lindun, rolls forth a reminiscence of somo of the remarkable definitions ho made In his famous dictionary. Among them not I lie least curious was tho one given for "network." which was defluod ns "any thing rotleolutod or dcoussatod at equul dlstittiecs. with lusterelcos bo twecn the Intersections." Other runusInK definitions nre, "Rough a convulsion of tho lungs, vollliHletl by some sharp seroslty." "Man not a woman, not n boy, not n beset." "Pension an allowance marie to ntiy one without an equiva lent. In Hnglaud It Is generally un derstood to mean, pay to it statu hire ling for i reason to his country." This last definition Dr. Johnson rcttst have often wished he had net writieu, since he became a pensioner during the later years of Ms life, ami had soma dlllleiilty in reconciling the acceptance of the money with Ills bitter and unjust description. A MnllelHua Triek. In some i tarts nf India monkeys orb regarded with superstitious reverent. Thry become very Numerous, therefore, and as tbey are never interfered with spand much of their time on the roofs at the house. This circumstance gives a great opportunity to the mean man who has an old grudge to pay off. He has only to sprinkle a little rlee an the too of bis enemy's house Just aa the rainy Mason Is setting In. Th man keys at oneo assemble there, eat all the grain they win find on the roof and pull off the tile in the hope of finding more. Haters the damage can bo re repaired the tropical rttltis eompletely ralM Uooee, furniture and iiloren. Itx cfcaan. AVurae l.uek. Uacon-It Is said that bad lurk will pursue you if you carry the handle or our umbrella down Hgoert Hut I happen to know that much ttorw lurk ii overtake you it you happen to Uy 11 aown. Yonkers Statesmaa. FIREPLACES BUILT OP SNOW. Winter Life In Mnrtlirrn I.alltmlra Has Hum Sliisnlar Kentnrra. At the first glance snow doss not look llko a very premising material tor p. fireplace, and yet I think I am not mlslnkou In saying that every win ter thero are hundreds of fires built In flreplncM made ot this substance, aays a wrltor In LlpplnroU'a Mngaslne. This Is lees surprising when wo slop to think that In the part of America wlmro this Is done the temperature outdoors during the winter mouths sol. dom rises as high ns sent and fre quently falls as low as 40 or 30 do greos bolow. About tho end of Janu ary, or when tho sun again appears nliovo tho horlson, many families of tho two lesklmn villages near Point Harrow, In Alaska, leave their winter house and travel Inland 78 or 100 mlloa to hunt reindeer along tho upper wators of tho larjo river that How Into the Arctic Ooean east ot Hit Point. Hero thoy ortaHmp In lorge. comfortable snow hotieoa, usually dug out In a solid snowdrift. Llko all Its klmo winter houses, 1.100 nro entered by moans of a long, low tunnel, nnd opening out of ono sldo of this tunnel thoro Is a fl replace built of snow slobs. I novor had a chance to go out to tho rivers with tho dcor hunters, but ono wlntor three was a snow fireplace built In tho Oape Smyth village, nonf our station. A young man nnd his wlfo moved down from Point Harrow nftor winter hod set In, nnd. n Hiom was no accommodation for them In on of tho pcrmnnont w iodon houses, thoy hnllt thouiMlvos n amnll hut from blocks of snow and roofed It over with sailcloth. I made thorn a visit ono nftomoon and found the house pretty cold nnd uncomfortnblo, In splto of tho lingo stono lamp that irns burning all tho tlmo. Tho ontranco tunnel w.11 about ton foot long: nt tho left hand as you entered, nnd close to the door, was the fireplace. This was about two and a halt feet square and neatly built nf slabs of snow, with a smoke holo at tho top and n stick across at the proper height to bong n iwt on. When the first flro Is built In such a fireplace there Ib consldornblo melting of the surface of the snow, but as soon ns the fire Is allowed to go out this freeaea to a hard glnse ot loo, which afterword molts only n vory llltlo. These fire jilnooa nre tisod only for otioklng, as tho Ksklmos roly wholly on the oil lamps for warming tho dwelling. CHILDREN WHO WEAfl OLA8SEB Alurnilnc Incrtnio 11 f llyrlrmililea Anions tlin V011II1. Americans nro fast growing used to tho sight of school children whoso spec, taclcd oyos nro In contrast to their youthful faces. Statistics show that In tho United Rtntcs at lenst 30 per tout of tho school children nro near sighted and this Is only ono ot tho many de fects from which tho oyo suitors. In tho Juno Hovolw of HovIowb Dr. All port ot Minnesota, who discusses this Important theme tho defectlvo eye sight ot American children gtvos for tho prlmo cnuso of tho dogonerary of ! human eyesight lbs excessive strain upon the t-)ts produced by Inn i: tu.i pursuits. That Intellectual progress and ocular demonstration are Insepai nbfi nml that savages do not suffer from defective sight Is proven by Hi" fact that among Indian children only 2 per cent are affected by myopia, and among negroes only 2V4 per cent, or 2,000 Mexican children examined, only eight wore near-sighted, sixty tar-slgh)-od and ton astigmatic. In tho United States 90 per cent ot the school chil dren havo defective oyes, while In Or mauy, where all aorta ot Intellectual pursuits abound, and the typography uf books Is of tho most oxocrnblo descrip tion, B0 por cent ot tho children are my opic. Ot course, the subject Is ot the grentost Importance, nnd remedial measuroB should bo taken by both pa rents nnd tonehors. Tho latter should bo trained to detect tho first signs ot defective eyesight, and work should be arranged to best suit tho eyes ot the pupils. Hut many paronta do not watch young children nt their reading and allow them to road by waving light, dim gaslight, or to strain tho ores by too much reading at night. Let the small boys nml girls do tholr studying by daylight, even It they hnvo to arise nn hot:" earlier to do so, and give them games that do not require any straining of the eyes for the evening's entertain ment. Often children, convalescent and woak, are allowed to read hours at a stretch and permanently weaken tholr oyearight. OrMlii of tha truril "Knati. Willie turnliiK over the leaves of tho eighth volume of the Sporting Msgs tin e, published In 1796," says a writer In Notes and Queries. "I bare come upon what I think Is a very early In staitM at the word 'snob.' The eon text does not Indicate lis mean I tig, but I apprehend there Is ho doubt tha. we must Interpret tt by the context. The writer is discoursing of rases at Whlteehurch. He says that 'there was a very respectable field, and althotifth neither the Duke of Qttsenaberry, Iird Itgremont nor His Uoyal Highness; tha 1'rlnse ot Wales,, was present, it being a holiday time, a number cf royal snubs were. l'raparlus Die Wajr. He Would you saraatn if I should Klt yauT She And It I were to allot, .to i. atmiIiI you wiuealN ladisuH viu lournal. Kaajr tiu Mnnlarera. Austria Is the country most leulAt.t to murderers. 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