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wcr/tlivorceU n-ian-a reveler and
Ua'sS her;6uit and there :is .none 'of
the. lata. Al'esander VuusniuirV. fcrtuue
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■,Q,0.;Bachahah^ailiu5torofiheTc^
■ hou-ity. ie toreoeive a salary Oi ^,'MO
Per annum.'To G.O,'this,^ill.prove
nioreremunerauveihlm sawing wood..
:    "TTtj,'-'.- r.b>, nvivv ivsseasment,   act 'all,
^Viepayabledn.the n'rst':_day/of,
wiL   The    taxes   arc';considerably,
.'bigUsi- thi5.jt-.car thau foA former year,.
:    T'-'e TVkiu Mine Workers;complot--
edlhe'worto-tltoir   Hueenth -auDual
oouv«iuiou,on cJannar.j;  -.ioai. ';-
dianapolis.   'President  Mitchell prac;
really declined sn ..increase nr salaiy
LinbuutrntMu'toOOO   per   year.,   b»
■ °       jialtiiuore's I'ire.     „    . ■^.',
Baltimore, the''sce'ne'.of   the:, recept '
"fire, is the .sixth city   ia, the 'United ;
States, being exceeded   in   population■'.'
.i'-nly-'Dy Ne\y;,York,   Chicago,  Phila-
, ,      -   T i,0rp.     ■ ■■ ■ -   idelhia, St. Louis and' Boston.   ;cIt bad
ook since leavnig hea      , e   50SiQ5T population   in   I900; and   ia
, Echiiill-1 *.J 9.VJ. - ^%^. I con;iaerable larger tbah, was Chicago,
on a visit «id.>vil    return ^ex      c        . -^-.^j-^ tbat ,city'd .-buaH
uosday or Thursday.    I • -^: V»> _
lri.cbarge:oLtheStpradurmgM;r,H^^
abseuce.,,';';.- '. ;■.';.,;'.; ; :;';--. ',.;■'.■'';■ :"-, .■.''i,'.
,:TheTargecakoin;the.wihdowo^>
dampbeira stor^was made  ^'°^
Oo^:inill.'.T^'^ke'ffi!for  li
We!iWs;: liancaMonday:and i,.a oeaaty,
*l0- decocted : appropriate to the oc-
e^ioii. The -wprkm-uiahip h^■ -.»»en
^ired-.aaa-l-ia^bly.^com^nted
.Upoilby.aUwhohftve'. spirit
when fire destroyed that 'city'd ■■busH
dess seclioii m 1SU, Chicago luving,
by the census of 1S70, 306,606, popul«.--:
'tlori.;      ■"■'■' ,.': : ■ '-.':.'".. . . ' ■'.-'"   '' ■:"  ! ;"''."   .: :':'''.
".' ■.'■ "'' A. fuffitlve frill justice^    '■".    •
■i.: Cfedrge F;: - Dougherty, secretary ,p^ .
the Greenwood:'miners- unicti :aud of •'
the District Union ^rj.- 6; has :skipped\'.
abrossthc line with nearly i$l,4Q0 be--
-longing-'to'" both':; .uniph;s.':; Dougherty
has left hia'.WiCe and" child .; practically *.
\vithoiit' nieaU'SCi support, ; He. is. said ■'
v i<U who "have-, seen ■•■."."   . ; "■ -^".'       ■- y.    '■-■-.■> . " • .-< • _,. =
}'.::   ,   '. ;'.   ■:.',      > ■ ■     u'."iV.n"'i(i'!tb hove gambled heavily oMate.    ihe
The cold ,"eaiher h«'^^J , ^^ ,.: ^Ver0l, ,:uti,lly  ,by  ft
Une^but wherevvr'he  went,'he   ear-
rh-d';w;th hit*-- hia, hm-pngs for a'home,
Utwheucvcrhe.a^uincdth^donv^-- _
ti„ relation he was a'pitiabie.bua,r,.. ; f^ry i, ^.VJp. *. Wv    .
W>iiw^4.,^^^^ —       'riic HpcalititH ot .tne ..Uo<--'-"'!j
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, c„iv.Hl a letUT from their   sou    Jame^,!
'!,vb„iuat:c::dinst^nzago   Coil^o 'in!
i Snokt-re.    The boy-is 'niakiojj; eplcmlid j
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^UlMiOV-n.u* Movie:who   ate   altcn-;
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nudlhst class Haini'le room.-
OiHutii Watch Imipalor fo:;   tho C^
. ii. Crow g^est Division.
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;      \ -SI,leruliil daiico was given at 1-yau
llast evening, and "IMiulie-and genllo-
iaien     oP  iSFoyio      wero     :n     att.n-
! ),rce     F,n;onoKtte:acd U. II- >>!>-
- "r{<c-\ had the   atlair   in   .."httrgv, ami
piTbov loll no stone iintumoil in   seeing
'' iihui the people enjoyed  tiicinse.ves.
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OF    LAND   GIVEN  TO,
STATES HAS VALUE.
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m
M
U wa* all Cupid"? fault in the bepiu-
niui'— -that and , the ii]oonJi»ht tbot
fetched the bouse party out of door1*
and loft The little rascal free of the
premise?. It was noi n very happy
bouse party, for somehow the j,rne?t-
had got uiismated iu the pairing oft'.'
There were not many of I hem, nnd
they bad been so carefully selected by-
Mrs, Farquhar, in -view of possible-results-, tbat ill 11:1 Hired people paid the
Poplars was turned into n marriage
market. She li.ul invited Lou Ptuvte-
>:*nt, the prettiest dobutnnte of tbe pea-
son, said to be on the point of an engagement with Kandall Clyde; Edyfhe
Tillotson, belle of several winter:1, supposed to have inspired a lasting passion
in young Fleete of the I.rilU-h legation;
Airs. JTlaye. the pretty widow who was
half engaged to Anthony Carfnv,' rich
bachelor, man about town, excellent
match; Fay Mllburn, a little nonsense
..-batterer'who would Ueep things going
and amuse Harry I'uninilngs, tilt1 millionaire's non from the university, nnd
j—u ; -—=?* cr:
THtY
rOfXD    IT   VT.ACA.nDED    WITH
WOUi>3   "RUMMACK SaIiK "
TUi:
Curamings, tbe elder, heavyweight of
ibe party, whom she Intended to reserve as her own exclusive property.
Xisd she bad invited all tbe men supposed to be attached to these respective feminine leading strings. The
logical result would be several engagements aud at least ten happy people,
not counting relatives and frioncK
Hut nothing of the sort bad happenpd
The extremely Illogical fact? were on
ibis June night as follows:
Somewhere in the depth of the rose
thicket Edythe Tillotson was wandering with Randall Clyde, '"Spoouing,
by Jove.'" thought the wrathful rieate.
who was fliriini? desperately with the
demure and black gowned Mrs. Rayo
un the veranda. At the far end of the
veranda tbe glimmer of the debutante's white gown was seen in the
snudow of Cummings' huge bulk, and
lie was somewhat laboriously trying to
entertain her wbh compliments, while
she, for politeness' sake, tried to forgot that he was old enough 10 be her
liiiher. Carfax was risking rheumatism and Infiueii/..i by allowing himself
to be walked about tbe grounds by I'ny
Milburn. who did not uuder.sfaud bis
epigrams and whose inees-ant chatter
left him no chance to hear himself
ihiiik, much Ices (a]|<. Incidentally the
hostess was Wr to make things pleasant for young Cummings, who way
deeply disgusted because he had not
tome Iheie to amuse dowagers. It w.is
not an approi-iative lot of people. Mrs.
himpihar''"' house parly was as bored
"■* a colander.
Meanwhile 11 new gue-t had -"lipped
hi by the t-klo door, shivered at the
• hill pervading the premise;, und ,(.._.iit-
•-ri (.rouble, ltnmlall Civile, n'diming
in the bouse, whither Mis* Tillot-on
had taken herself un plea of l.ui^ue.
found th" noweomer ,-ittlng on tbe
window sill, a liny, chubby tignrc clad
it) a pair of .wings and a. rose garland
und looking very serious.
"How long have things been" this
wayV" be snapped, as if Kandal! knew
all about it. .■"''■'.
"Ever since the day we arrived," said
the   young'   man    after   a    -moment's''
thought.',
"Well, tl icy can't go on this way."
said'Cupid decidedly. ''Go tell those
people to come in. There's going to
lie a rummage sale."
When ihe bouse party assembled in
the wide, picturesque, old fashioned
hall they found it placarded with tbe
words "Kummage Kale" done in roses,
while the auctioneer sat cross legged
with great dignity in tlie middle'of a
large table, on which■■ was spread a
miscellaneous collection of objects,
"This," said Cupid, holding aloft a
withered bunch of violets -tied with
white ribbon.'■'.•I found at. 1 be iiottotn
of a man's trunk, together wilh a laee
handkerchief and a noin. The note
reads: 'Dear Cecil—Don't forger to come
to.tea tomorrow. I have special reasons for asking it.'    And it is signed"— :
"Never mind lhe rest, you little
scamp," interrupted Fleete hastily, bis
Pace a vivid scarlet. "I'll take that lot
tt any price." j
Miss Tillotson did not Kay  anything,
but she seemed to have difficulty In <><•■
riding where to look.
•'And this." went on the auctioneer,
"is .1 bundle of letters scented with -
Ifm—sandalwood and dated' ail lhe
way through lhe last ten years. The
superscriptions are in the handwriting
of at least four person1*, and"—
"Will you-please give those to mo.'"
said Mr.*, Have in a soft bnr final tone.
"I think you have made a mi'stake.
They are not for sale."
And four men in tbe company looked
relieved and grateful.
Cupid picked up a ring set with several diamonds and scrutinized it closely. ' ,   -
"Evidently an engagement ring."
quoth he. "The owner brought it here
expecting to find use for it, for here
arc initial* already engraved on the
inside.    Shall 1 read them'r"
"I don't think you'd better," said the"
millionaire grimly,   ''("live it hero and
stop your fooling.''
"This." said the little auctioneer In
a softer tone than he had yet been
heard to use. "is a heart—a girl's heart
—quite fresh and of priceless value-
never worn on the sleeve. The owner
gave it away some time ago, but the
person she gave It to does not seem lo
care for it, and she thinks it is lost. J,t
seems a pity that the other—person—
didn't understand."
Cupid  pursed  up his lips and gazed
thoughtfully out of the window.    The
debutante,' who had just come In. start-
'ed forward with a little cry.
"Oh!" she began.   "Oh, I"--
Then Randall Clyde stepped befor*
her.
"That is mine," he o-aid, "at any
price."
And,then as he turned to meet Lou's
great brown eyes, widening with a look,
he had never before seen lu them, he
felt a tremor as of un earthquake
shock, aud a voice exclaimed:
, "Good Lawd lu heaven, Marse' Randall, what you a-doln' heah?"
Randall sat up in the window seat
and rubbed his eyes, while the hnrler
stared at him in amazement.
"Me? Oh, I've been to''a rummage
sale. You're quite right. I'll go up to
bed and sleep it oft*. Hue what the
dickens did yon wake me for?"
On reflection Clyde came to the conclusion that if a dream was as delightful as that the reality would be even
more delightful, ancl as soon as breakfast was'over he took Lou Stuitevant
for a walk, and both of them discovered things, cummings soon turned his
attention to Mrs. Farnuhar. who made
herself very fascinating. Harry and
Fay Milburn went for a sail, an'd Carfax, with a long sigh of relief, found
tho restful (.omprehensiou of Mrs. Have
most gratifying after the vaudeville in
which be bad been recently engaged.
This assortment of personalities left,
Fleete and Miss Tillotson alone on the
veranda. They seemed to like It so
well that when the other couples came
back the attache and the belle went
off by themselves Into an arbor and
atayed till after luncheon.
Mrs. Farquhar Is now smiling and
happy and wears 'a magnificent diamond ring. However, she says the next
time the invites a set of cougenlal people to hei* house she will take particular pains that they do not get shuffled.
HOODED COSRA O" INDIA.
Deaiil.r oi   All   >urfU.m   muiI    ll.
r«r<-«'tii'ir  JI l»i«T »■
One \>i the uio-st inter<\-.tmg a-v well
,■..-> tne most d-'nd'.v oi .ill *-n.u:< s is
lhe hooded cobr.t of imi;.��. In th.il
touiiir.v Hundred-, ui . <. opi - di«' eveiy
\ ear jium the venomo,..'- bue oi I'ic'xj
lepules As il h-s colli u up 111 a-
heap in its cage it looks mo'i.'n'iiv u
enough. ai.J i.ol .'aa'-lv --"o i.nplea-"an'.
the i-tui.-.-tailed cb'.'ny moccasins
But 'Ahen excited the cobra rears up,
it^ head and about one-third ol Ur-
body, and we now <=eo the reason foi
xhe name •'hooded." lhe n'
oack oi the head aie *-cr\ Ion--
slender, and when they aie extended
straight out irom the body th.
.-trc-U'hed between them ;onns
ved shield or hood mound th.- head.
On the back of this hood, in tho
siduli snake, i.- a most remarkable
onianimt. looking like two eyes- or a.
pair  of h-pectaclcs.   nosepk-< e  and
lUSt
and
skin
l    L 11 I'
ll!,   no   two
alike,   and
ali.
is this ornament
■-oni.'   individual*
Tlie    JCtua:'*    Premature    D«Rth,
The leading tragedian of a small company playing In an unimportant English village felt himself hard up one
evening for ,a man to walk on In tbe
first act of a historical blood curdler
and say to him, "My lord. I he, king ls
ill," and to appear in the last act with
the Information, "My lord, the king is
dead." So the leading tragedian took
on active and fairly passable stage
hand ou one side and, engaging him for
un extra shilling or two, Instructed him
carefully upon the artistic responsibilities of his new duties. "Now, mind
you," ho said, "tbe lirst time you com«i
on yon say. 'My lord, the king Is ill.'
and the second lime you come on yon
say, -My lord, the king is dead.'"
"That's all right, guVnor:1' exclaimed
the unshaven recruit, growing visibly
larger in the chest with the magnitude
of his promotion. And then "the night"
came, aud in the first act on swaggered the dusty debutant, -with the
dread line, uttered hurriedly, but in a
prodigious voice, "My lord, tbe king ia
dead!" "Oh, is he?" snarled the leading
eoinedian, turning upon the much be-
i'eathered messenger a look of eternal
hatred. "Then he has spoiled the whole*
nf my blooming part.'"
Tlie   Shndc  He  Watxtf-d.
Delacroix, the painter, was walking
ont one day in I'aris with a friend of
bis when he fell Into a brown study.
"What is up with you now?" said the
irientl.
.  "I  can't get a certain shade of yellow," replied the artist.
"What sort of yellow?"
Just ihen.a cab drove pant.
'"Tho very ihing." the painter gasped
out.   "Stop, stop!"
"1 am engaged,," the cabby rp.plled
without stopping."
■Delacroix started In pursuit and at a
steep place in the Hue-des Martym
overlook the,cab. Opening the door, he
said in tones of entreaty fo the pnsscn-
ger inside: ,,.''"■ '"-'■■'
,"I)o please tell your driver to stop. I.
want your complexion for a painting
on which.I am at. work. There is a color • merchant close at hand. I shall not
detain you above live minutes, and lu
acknowledgment, of the service you
render me I will present,,you with a
sketch of my picture."
..The bargain was struck. Delacroix
got his yellow, and a few months later
ihe "fare" received a sketch of his
"Assassination of the Archbishop of
T.ie^(«." ,
Solecism.
to   try   on
your   dress
Tailor—Like
coat now, sir?
I'Veddy (who has ordered a suit)—
ISefoh C o'clock? You must-think I'm
a doosid JgiiowaiQUs!--Chicago Tribune.
exactly
lack   ii   altogether.
When the snake .sways, back and
furth ail ready to Mnke, .is tongue playing like lightning! one may
indeed be glad that a thick sheet of
glti1-* is between him and tins, terrible threat oi U'-.Uh- But <-•"« must
remember lhat this tongue has nothing 10 do with th.: venom or bite,
th ■ poi.-uii thud being .stored up in
bule'sacs, .and w hen the snake strik-
■ s it is lorce.i d..v,n and oui through
ill"   hollow   teeth.
Tins is the "snake wbiili the .-n.iko
t hiti-iueis of tho lvasi use in their
j-e'riornMiices. Tho music of the llul-
l-s evidently excites them to ipread
their hoods, us does the presence" 01"
food.
"When the hood i.s not iu use it
closer back upon the neck and folds
'so neatly between tbe ribs tlint it
disappv:u*.s, and the neck of the snake
shows no sign or being" different in
structure from lhat of ordinary
.species.
The cobra sometimes grows to a
length of six feet, end often finds its
way into the walls and roofs of
houses, being Mud ol the rats vjiieh
abound in -web places ni India.
Thi, e sn.ik..-s go about m pairs, und
they ncAur slrn> Lu- from each other." 'lhe female l.i.\s about twelve
eggs, which arc nearly as large as
those, oi a pigeon, while, and -.cry
soft shelled
The natn.-.s 01 India have what
they call "snake moiicm,"- which aro
wry porous and' absorbing suhstan-
t.'S, and when these aro applied to
lb" v.oui.-l they thaw up a considerable quantity ofoblood. How such
crude Heat ment can ever effect «. cure
bcems lncridibb', hut. many inatunccs
have been reported by ICug-lishmen
where deccp'tion was out 01 the question. Tbe wild jungle fowl are .said
to feed on the young snakes, and
that curious little funy creature, the
mongoose, is the (.enrit's worst
enemy, showing great skill and cunning- in attacking and avoiding the
fangs of the reptile. The snake is
invariablv killed 111 th'.-te encounters.'
JAPAN'S FIGHTING  FORCE.
liKir
lu a
United
growth
Japan,
paper  in
Service
of   the
Capt.   H.
es   the  origin   of
et>e  army  to .the
Million    Man   cud    108,000   Uiiki
It»<»  Pr«f«*t I'r»cr»Buni».
the Journal of tha
of India on the
military power of
\V. It. Senior_.tr.ic-
the present Japan-
action of the Mikado, when a "commission was sent
out from* Japan to all foreign countries in 1S69 to enquire into the'best
system of national defence, tho best
system of education, and the best religion. On its return the commission reported tlv.- Fi-ouch military
system, the British naval system,
and the American system of education to be the best. They stated,
however, that they found no civilized
religion to be worth adopting."
In 18ST the Mikado undertook the
reorganization of his land forces on
Prussian lines with the assistance of
a German military mission. 'Tlie issue wa-s seen-in the triumph of Japan
in the war with China in 181.M, a
brief account of which is given by
Capt. Senior. Thc principal results
were "the complete unification of
the various clans mto the Japanese
nation with a strong national feeling, and the receipt of the indemnity
of   £3-1,500,000."
This suiij was partly applied to
the further reorganization of thc
array, and reforms were instituted
which were "to be completed in
April, 190'i, and to be in full working order by 19<).\ when the Japanese army v. ill have a peace strength
ol J.-jO.OOO men .ind .",0,000 horses,
ca[>able of expansion by u allied men
to an at my of ."iOO.OOO m< n v. tih
300,000 horses ior war, with a Mip-
ernumeraiy r.-vru- of about another
.-,00,00n  men."
The cavalry are armed with sword
and carbine, those of the Imperial
Guard alouc carrying a lanrc for escort, duties. The cavalry is . tho
weakest., portion, of their army, tlie
Japanese'.being indilVerent riders. The
artillery. arid engineers are well organized and equipped. /Theii- medical arrangements tire excellent, and
u. '.foreign  surgeon ^wrote .in   UKlO:
"It' was the general ■ impression
among medical men with the. expedition thii.t the Japanese medical service* w.is most. efJici'cni and complete,
removing ' their wounded promptly to
the base; This■ wns not due lo superiority of equipment, but to a better organization of personnel for field
service, and to the. mimheis i hey
have at  their  dispo.-'al."
l>«vll   W»r»lilji   ii.   I'urii,
A Swedish baron nnd n Telgian
Couni, charged with devil .worship
and the nystemai ic corruption of
minors. have ■■•appeared before 'the.
court at .Paris', 'which'sat. with closed doors to hear Ihe case. It. Was
stated that, the ' boron had nrranged
h temple to Satan n.i his" residence in
the fashionable l'".l.v.«ee Quarter. am!
that, the cotint. assisted him hy at-
iracting minor:;. thereto.. Counsel for
thc defence pleaded thai they v. ••re
corrupted .liy . reading the works of
popular modem Trench authors, and
that th|.-se writers, and .not iheir
victims/ should  be held  respoiivib'.a.
WJiat Uncle *n..n Got* by lh» Aloiknu
Boundary Award—The l'ortlaud Cnaul,
Wlilch Belongi to CranniU, u Macnlli-
ost Tf»t«rway—So«n« of Jt« A-ivan-
ucei-Ibi Timber V»lne JCxftSj:*rated.
The strip of territory awarded    to
the   United  States    by  the    Alaskan
Boundary Commission contains gold,
vast  tracts   of timber and    valuable
furs    and  lifcheries,     writes    a  correspondent     in the Boston Transcript.
Moreover,  it is a country capable of
great     development   in    other   ways,,
and tbe waterways which lend up to
it, now practically all under our control,'   are  the most   beautiful  in    ihn
r.uorld.    From Seattle  to   Juneau    is
nboui   a'thousand miles, and   ihe entire   trip   by  steamer   is   along    ihcbu
inland     waterways.      The   route    lies
around and between  islands,   thiough
a    labyrinth    of   channels,   some    of
which    are  scarcely   a    quart.-r ,mile
wide,   yet   so deep  that  no  ship   can
anchor   in   them.    A .vessel  can graze
the clifks  at either  side and yet have
under   hM'   keel   waf.-is   of   wonderful
clearness and half a hunibed fathoms
deep.,    Itight  from   the  water  spring'
Um    mountains   a   thousand   io   eight
thousand    leei    high,     while    behind
them,   inland'and   Seaward,   on      lb"
larger  islands are peaks that top the
limber    line   and     lift   crowns   while
with  jjcrpetu.il snows.    Souii? of* the
Norwegian   fjords   approach   t hem   In
beauty,   but   are   far  behind   them    in
sublime grandeur.
Itouli   t'»irl>   Well   C liurtt-d.
Tho route is fairly well charted,
but, as yet .scarcely lighted at all,
and iu .some places sufficient ly perilous to add the thrill of danger to
tho    other  delights     of  traveling    it.
Ono of these danger spo's is Seymour Narrows, between Vancouver
Isdaiid anrl Vulde/, liein e in Canadian t'»nitory, before you r-'-ach the
lower limit of Alaska. 1'eril Straits,
not ih of Sitka and well within our
own territory, is < a .siuiil.tr spoi,
.similarly dnngero.us, so that we
break oven wilh Canada on the matter 01 perils. The memory of a, trip'
on tbe lormer I'm ted States cutter
Corwin 'hiuugh lln-se narrows 'and
the thrills which J recehed there aro
yet iiesh in my memory. It is ttti-
wt.-e to attempt lhe entrance to this
passage' with the rid" running lull
cither with or, against you. It
arytiiist you, you simply-, cannot make
It'; if it is with you the chaneis of
b*'!itg .sktinnu-d against the'iliiTs of
ih<- craggy eiuiaiice and i oiled under
are yivut.. Vou muM no through
wiib t'be tide, but it i.s best to
make tl;.' entrance at .slack water.
Thc Cor wm, coming up irom the
south, made tho spot an hour or
two before the turn of the tide and
anclion-",i in a convenient bay on tbo
Vancouver side. .JTero we found a
crew- or" loggers :lt work in the magnificent primeval forest, getting out
fir logs' that were fiio and si>: foot m
diameter. Tlie month v. as May anrl
lhe warm waters were full of ducks
Thc log^er^i told us tli.u deer ami
wild ga.nu' of all kinds abounded in
the woods, am! we could well believe
it, for.-nowhere is a wilder or more
untrodden loresi.. Shortly befoic the
time for the title to turn rhe steamer's prow was set toward the cavernous pass, and we approached it under a full head of steam. The tide
had been running .against us, and
should now rest for a moment and
th'Mt turn wilh us.
Periloui  >*nviration.
But in our care not to bo too late
we. were just a little ahead of time,
ond as we approached ihe pas.s the
swirling" current b^gun to play with
the steamer ay a child might play,
with a toy boat. In spite of her
powerful engines ancl the ellorts of
two men at ihe wheel, n was impossible to keep her head straight.
She yawed to and fro, yet, crept up
by taking advantage of the ..back
water near the shore till the point
was reached where it wa.s necessary
to send her into mid-stream. Heie
the"' rush of water caught her, spun
lier upon her keel and sent her whirling down stream again, halhYd. On
eitb --lido terrifying t-rtdys appeared,
hoi- ■ ;i the water like those which
an oar blado lcu-vct"'. only a thousand times as large. Tho force careened her wildly, nnd from the slanting ,deck one could look down these
water holes to a seemingly unknown
depth, anrl it took a stout heart
not to lear that tho vessel herself
might be dragged under in the whirlpools. Three tiinei we breasicd this
silent, mighty, whirling force, and
car-h time tho ship wa.s spun about
like a boy's' top Then a little lator
wi; tried again and passed up through
plafi 1 waters. The, tide wn.s at tho
turn, and the..commotion was ■ quell-
e^t for n brief 'spacb. Then wc went
on for hours through this winding,
narrow canon, with tlio quickening
tide chasing us ahead at torpedo-,
boat  speed.
Could ,Nol   Anchor.
The sun sank and night, came on,
thick '.villi- fog. You could not tie
up to the sheer cliffs, you 'could not
anchor. Thero was nothing to do
but speed on. The channel widened
somewhat and all landmarks ■vanished in the gray of the mist.' Then it
was that, the Wise captain felt his
way by a trick well known to the
Alaskan pilot, lie kept the whistle
sounding at intervals of a few seconds, and by watching thopcho
knew which .shore -was the. nearer,
und shaped his course accordingly.
It was an exciting trip, ttnd no one
cared to sleep that night. It was
too fascinating to listen to tho
echoes and but. even money which
f-shoro wo wero to bo smashed up on.
Yet the night passed, the log lifted
and the morning found wi still in tho
middle, of tho widening channel. We
bad made the pass in safety and all
bets  wero off.
'I'lid  I'ortlaind   Cunul.
Alaskan .wafers. begin at Dixon's
entrance, when half the trip from
Seattle has been covered; Hero, in
latitude   54,40   north,   you   find   tho
Pru-tland r-an.il, so-mii^d, in reality
a wat.'ivvuy of much magnificence,
running forty milt-s inland through
limber-clad mountains thaf rise
abruptly, li has 'a splendid depth of
v.at r, and as liae « oinmission has
d. i uied that this belongs i,, Canada it will give lier an ample channel
io the I'acme foi the 11 a Je which
will in luture year.-, tome to Port
.Simpson, at its bead, the terminus
of the proicc.ed Ginnd Trunk Pacific 11a tl way.
AS you go north from this place
you enter between the Alexander Islands and tin' mainland. Every who) e
you find the .-am*, marvelous .scenery
m description of which volumes have
been writivn ihut can yet not do
.insuce to the n-ality The mighty
hills cm i-iiher side are scarred by
frequent paths ol a*" ulnnclu-s, ami the
melting *=nows- of the _white peaks
tumble from tlie chfls in cascades
thin s'prml.lc rainbow spiv.--/ upon the
passing si earner. On tie- left aio is-
J.uids in a chain 'MO milts lone and
hut a thousand in number. Svine
of ihem are as large as the Stale ol
Ma.ssnchtisi'l ts anil most nf them
pi actum Hy i.imxpiorcd l'«y C" uhile
man 'J bat 'they are rich in iium-inl
wealth is already pioved by the tn:t.-
ers v Itu have toiuh'd h'V and I h"i-.-
nn their shores, 1 have tramprd lor
-i d-tv in the fa.M mat im;'f-t-1 ie'->'•-- <>!
one  of   the   .small'-st   oi   tb-mi The
oiilv   route      wan   by     de. I      at.il   beat
iittihs. All      else      was       such       a
lamrle of riotous ,'rowth as one rloe-
not bear of outside lhe pintle-' o,"
"India. 1'allen trc- trunks mi erlnce<l
in inextricable roiiliftrui, thronel)
which sprang the srai.diiu; growth ot
_nr ami hemlock 'J h" imii tn:.p"ic-i
moist climate accounts for the luxurious growth ol coiiif>vrs '1 lie swamp-i
weie tangles of fni toiiw ond, elder,
v ii hi.mums,   and ai J.-i ,
I*r*icl tir-l i\ ti   \*m-;ji.   soli.
These aro dwaii'd m'(!\e man: ami
snatk-tl with Mtittlirr growth (it v ac-
cmium. ribeS, and ,th<' thouiy l''ch:nf)-
panax llorriiluui, a puculiai ly devil-
isli slinging brier. 1'rstb-r loot th'.'
ni'ii-ky soil is covered with1 a luvivy
muss .in which lie' traveler sinks lo
ihe knee and which is w.-t the i-eai
around When theK<( fr>!"isls tn •• cli;ai-
ed liy pituu-ers the .sun will be let m
on a wonderfully ptoduriiv,. virgin
soil which will b<-nr cnoi mows ciops
The" cliuiat'' is such that anyihiJi-;
that can be grown north of Che'-a-
peake Bay on tbo Atlantic coasi
should thrive in this new land oi tha
West.
Yet in sp'te of iheir luvuriou.i
growth, 1 Ivlievn thai 1 h'.- limber
value c»f tbe forests of this portion
0f Alaska has to beai that it is 'an
inexhaustible iore.-^t reserve. I'tulv.
it should furnish pulpwood for g< u-
crations yet unborn, the gtowth e-
rapid and thc timber united for pulp
But as lumber, il seems to be another matter. Here and iher-; you liii-.l
an individual tre-i that reminds you
of tho .giants of tho l'ugot Sound
country, yet a good tb-al ot ih •
growth is not closo i-et enoug^T- to
furnj.sh tho mighty limbless botes
that are tbe lumberman's delight. In
many more places the branchy truids
are., not pleasing to the timber cut-.
ler'a ey^ and would mate poor lu in-
bet.
Lnri:«   l'ercBiil»jr«  <>f II«*inl«rk.
Tho growth seems to bo a- larg-
jMU'cenlage of hemlock with a consi l-
r'r.ible proportion of what is known
as Sitkan spruce. The m-'S t,owr
the hillsicb's of tbo mainhuid ai..'.
islands fo the height of say two
thousand feet, and in many plaits
reach the snow line. Here and there
one finds scattered groups of the
Alaskan yellow cedar, which is a
most valuable wood, large, line of
giam, and easily worked '1 In- Indians use it in the making of then
carved totem poh-s, puddles, etc    'Ibe
Football    is   i,;,,,,,^
. llutimih  as it  is    ,,  |, ,
I The   natives   p'..^   ,,,.
i and   kick   un,]   silwu. ' ,
feet.
;t
I i
Ui-,,
." ^ *'•
■> 'i i"
, "ST'ifejit ^
, towi>. - ,.*VSV
: A ...'<;'*'^-
r'    -    .     •      V4, '-
'   '''t,',{ v'„i''.'"
'   ' ,„■* ?.-1 " - -
m'^rmj i
Mils-,!!'
< '"-Ills.
t:;i it
J i,,.-,
-■MtD'.-s l.l.\"l.Mi..\
also in my staOl-
Sidei   u   the b, r.X   j
"loots   I ,
Al.l 111
Ihopi i.-to.    IJl, xi ,     I.
I .iv ei v   Sr.iti'
„    UoviMi   P. ml     j  i
'j.i
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r rl
i .a,
-, Jim \\v
li   ll.
An .(inhoiitv
ci.iti^- (bat in.m\ k,,^
ej csii»h t ai i- ran-10 i,\
( oliai-s, w bah I'licj,, ,,
( ulti l ion   ot   ohi-jii, ;,    .
''•"U .
'l'.M
I r,;
'',1.
Foul, Loathsome
isgusting Catar
Secure Relief in 10 Minutes
And a Radical Cure.
''■■:>.
I'm".  .VkIJI    Ik-ik!   n( li.
ov<>r   ynur   ^ves  >        ;.,
(iK)Ii(fita;   'il.   tin;   tli'onl
oCU'iisive ''        1 lH..t.   u,,.  ,
nf  Cati.ri li      l>r     \ri . -.•.
ilei    will   cue-   im,-1
Hio.
' i ti-
,  "'ur.'ti, r,
'i-l IJ'.tr,   .,.„
•     '■-■<    i.iv-i      'i.iunir.   .,!,,  ,
init.'\ >*)i>usly    t.liijr',    ti,. j'   s '.''
catiiirti it ^c'ci. it's u %.,, .j.J''!,'?
ra t'.ftv Vfars' sti'tTid ii,-.< n s ,'.',' ",''
fve       Sold   l,y   nil   (Ji-u:,-,  • ,   '  '   "'""
Tin-   fossil   col .ii   . '   ii  ,   , .
Is       I lie      l)e-l       In.nil I, . i,,.,.   ,      /
world        W hen    U: si    , , •    ,.     ,
as   -.oft   as   I'iiei'v,.    i,   i     i   , ,  .i   ^
i Iv   .1 II    ,I.Ht "'I    |l     is     e    | ,   r   |   ., ,
One   Short   Puff   Clears tin
Her*:d.--ij<j.s yuur u-.i   ,
In >•
Hue [-
-"'Si. ,
'.','tO.j! ji
"iiiins  over .\ oar  p' ■
'eiisito ,'     '1 lii'S^'  »(,'  i. :  [•
C'd I nr i li       l>r.   Ap i!<-»  -. i t:
.-\i!l   ciii.?   must,   htjihiioi.,,
volloilsly   hiirirt. linn'       !.'
tftllll   a   u t'.-k   It's   rt   sulr .-j-.-      |i ,-.j
lily  yens s    aIhikIiiii;   it's .•■<-(  risr-7-.tii
't'i   i cuts —",7
'I'M!   l''.5.'l
■* •- i-i r: re
>■ i *i  k.iJ 11
', i
Isi'ib- )■ -II av e V.i, -\ , .
iiect ar  of  l<)Ve, 7
^*l»s■ a       lew,    but      e,i.
!dliv;   liilK"'   between   il'iii'ii
Bed-riddcin 15 years.- w m
IjihIv iva<iis rv writ i en . ,,. .«i.r.'« ,',-otu n.i
|H't siiiir.l'iV as Id ti,\ •■'..i-vr.ui \Lif !'"Z
rlieumuli.'-in hy Snii' ■ \i.'isnii Ul.ei.:-
ittic- l.'urc i will bo .m i, ■.>.!'tl v-uiru
la the world lo civt",. -ft- Mis 1A±
hPfiuaiont.   of   Klom i   l-»J  I'c-I'K'it.
of recm'iTV up ,10 tlu' !!!„f -'I '-n'-.ri .ti
uoriderfurrcinctly i'   ',J'"a Cu -'■"i'"
It    '—5b
"ThlS IS        .» I'lilCll        J,M        '.tlr.'lll
marked   the a:i\il   ;:i   tli" I.I.h-I.mi
shop     "I   g'-'   i. '''''."I"   but   i n.ri,'
the  day   loiv,;
"Klght     VO'I     -ll' l",'.I..   >!.    i..i
low.s.     "I   tim alw.iVs ii.itii j.n-.•.?,
raiSi*   the   wind,"
Like   Tearing   tho   Heart
Strings.-'it  is .■..-. wii'e. '•..•.Mt,-
Man   of   iiiioi   W>   iiir'tfitii i'   m\ ^fi'-U st '
ui;s   froi'i   lieurt   riia'ieo      I '     ''•""" ' '
■hlll-il     ItllllOsl    •iopstui'l    il'tl'<    atil   l«
)n«    ;>.. i n-i    itl.uUl    ii i >    M'I «   ''."'"'f,'
tin-1'    ttoii'ul    hate    I'.-K'/i   ■ •' .'..Uli      -\
Aljiii-it's   fill ••  f'M    ll'"   Hi'1'    ''•'-   ?,,';
-i ti'illnl.lu    iiillueld    '-   11'.'- H'"*   ■'■ •
Hi,i   -   V.i
(Mill a — He    lias    sin i,     -
WHV    of   i- issme   ine   nt.   ' l -i
neck
Maud— Well,  yo-:   l.i.o*    '
voiu   face   from   thei"
.'t;-   Mi'
,l.k (il ti
N'o   man   is- m   busiin
il   he   is   marrn'tl
seems  to  lack  the  most
nn
country
portant timb'-'i" of th" Tamer. Sound
loumry, the red fir, or Touglas
.spruce It lacks pines, and none oi
.the nrs of tho Sierra an-I roast
range, so common in Uiegon aid
fabiornia, are here to be se. n. Tl.e
conditions for lumbr-ring aie Mich
lhat in the towns already i-stablish-
od luinlj.-r ts more cheaplt tirouebi
fi-'im I'ugei Sound than lrom the
nearby lou-sts. ia th" buihluig of
the Yukon and White Puss 1'niho.id
ties nti'l tiestie and bridge limber
were bi ought i'rrjui Seattle and \'ic-
toiia rathe: than cut litem near by
though the load ruris through u timber coiuitiv1. At Oica, on rrinc.e
William Sound, the Cannerirs iriip'irt
their lumber, though iheie is a sawmill in the neighboi bond. For some
reason it is unable to compete with
the froiyhii ■! limber. 'I here are sawmills iu op.-riil ion, however, at Sitka
Mftlakahlla. W rang'-l and DoUglu'
("it-
Slicard's Liniment Cures Diphlbcrii
Too  often  lb" mar,  v-hu 1,"'|i'"''''
sell   alone   in   the   w n I.I  pi.-lu- u'l
aside
Those whom neylcdfd tou^hi
hate kihfii  wcic time j>   beaiuy
and robust ;i-j j o'.i
Don't follow in their paifci "'
,   neglect.    TaKo
J,;Btarts,?„Bah
- ujo'w'kfi6i
/ sMdYcoiSes
' tjuieu '^.'bi
'and a.wild
bllridins":s
•ttom'-hoih'd
lint i lose b
r   times liasta
''•Qiie'.ot-.tht,
'   faruier^wl
, 'farmhouse
, - l A'iri <," >-,
.' tak'.'s>co
/ br>utiitafipi
It; is": only
*, , ni'ak'i'is'/lt'n
.is^oikiteii
waiideflng
",,:ihiY'i't&fplv
«,'tt.tbj.eau'4
.'= 'tuaS^be^ou
,'   'ittitle'use.' i
•: great that
^/'Vrsoifiid.-
Y"''- <';.'l}.l£'bovr
't  tQ.SfNltilS
"„ 'Y whfri.^bv
,'.,-^v*rjstlie
',. /"andsorawl
^'dOoi'Taftei
Thefsopv
.' * I Bufl/MjittH
• " '.'•-w'tt'sJall' c
'   ' '.he^'/bund
<• '-.;seai'ubeu
•^aa<n>vn
VVto-.-JfO^int
. -.^Biaclcbur
'* ' "l4/' '< rrr r-->VI.-r     .
' --<■*>commute
' ;.;;<junng a
'^iiCmiftber
,   , ),./Jl)otuer  ti
,  '•'* /^bfaiagrlci
,,,:./v;**tM"S^an
, {,.*^^talk1«h*lm
*       ' '    'V     ■>   '""<.   j*1 *sf"-r   »   •**'    s
''■•'"""f-Tdlffleult i
>"'.back. «bc
^VjJa^bcco
" { v;'.ator^yes
", '^tfie^depi!
A'-kY tasked;
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'«:%??«
''"-"^r,began tc
" ■ '^and-fuss
■*->S*^.;bf i
"■ --*,#ns*bap« o
''"v^cb'uD.terc
*' '-'"jibrtbn!
""4.Vestr
. \.fs-T/'.VeBt
.-*-,,,;J^:^
."'-v •~;^-'tlJm
" ' ""<ed< to I
.-; rr-^'lt: -w
', rfacard,"
'. "*.i(tours4bni
'., - Saturdc
' -:,1'i'<.,.;"->
„••- land st
,";-"*fala.pfo
'J,'.ij'the
'Y glos he
•words,
'.   liy the
''-tie'was
Vceeded
-   amlaec
quentl'
atatem
, Afte
sald-,t
we •* sh
have t
Tbe
"1 oui
'    that I
A   r, rather
was u
*•   'kllOW';
1 ;the w
'uow I
:tbe pt
Oimlico   I'.urliui * Mint I U'cnuti.
Step   ii))   Mr-,   l'.arly'i ,   \(.iu're    n'-xt'
In   ihe   I'rovimv   oi'   <,', n-bec   the   day
ol   liie   Itnlieeiisi^l   loiiSOl lal   pr.u't it loll-
ei   lias   gone  by.    lake  ihe   piivsiemn,
the  lawyer  ami   tbe  dentist.,   tho ■ barber   must'have'a  license  to  lie.. business,   and .the   license  can   be   secured
■only  after lie has. a.pp'enred, beforp tlio
Ikiard Oi' Jilxamihcrs  and demonstrated that'ho'is qualified tu I'.raclice bis
art.    tjnder  the  go-a.s-you-please conditions      which     prevailed   before,   the
barber's' ■■license'     iavv    was    enacted
many     men   worked'   themselves   into
the    |.rol"e.s*sion     who    wenyMinlit     to
wiekl  the lather brush and.'-razor and
whose   ideas DI'    hygienics    were   perverted. .     Others     wliu   were    amply
qualified   showed   their -'disregard,  for
the 'dignity   of   their   calling   by    cutting prices, as-'well   as  hair  and  cuticle,   to   lb''.-   detriment,  of  men 'of. g"0-
i  u.'is.    The   barkers  who advertised   "a
|   .'ihavc.-  a.   glass   of   beer ".and   a-; sarl'd-
'  wich. for  .1 5 ci'iit.s,"   and-those   whose
combint'it ion      barber    and     liuteher's
-shop netted  t hem a neat revenue, will
probably   lose   the  privilege of    doing
business: in   thc  old way.   '["hey    will
bci'compelled   to  rhoose   between    the
two  trade!',, mid   the   mixing  of   foam,,
and   lather   will   become' a   lost ' art.
'lhe    (Jraeeo-Koniiin     and   . shavc-us-
sltavc-eiin   barber,      who   depends     on
j. b'S strong right  arm  for  results,  will
also   be   debarred ■ from' practice,   and,
the  bald   headed  barber   with   an    infallible   hair   tonic   or   a  btiro   tip   on
the  tares   may   also   fail   to   secure    a
JfccniiO.
1IOIVS
Consumption
C^re ?!;;icLuna
lij'ht now
It   \S  glI.U.ii*it('Cll  (D tllfC
It has emed iiiaiiv tli'-m*-"ai-
Prices 25c, 60c   -nd S'-00
s. c. V.KI!-; ^(mY    ,
Toronro, Car-
I fllu),
t\
The Old Reliable Remedy
tor Spavins, Elnarbonea, ^^nt
durba and nil form» of Lanieneo'*- ±f
u»0 of « .Incl. bold, may JoubU ifc* ^H
prion oi your nor»e.
GOOD .FOB. EVSBYTHINO'
DK.B. J.   KENDALL CO.,
DcarElrti— C«ll«»o», W.M., Jm" "bAft,-.
I h»v» b«cn uilnar your KcndilCt ip»vln Cur« rw rt
lm«,   I urn from iw^lv« lo fitloon bollki » wc"    n Jjl
(t nn excellent rume-ly for BrikVla*. "^'••^•'ffjirt'
(intl nil Out* and BivolllnB*.
h«>d of horini In my Ota,
I   k»T»   •»•  '
• ait of hnrmi In my c«to, ^  «tf*
I enclo«»   t.   tump fei you? MTr»»Iu« «" v"
Your« r»ry truly,
H. W. LA«*
ThouianrUof Mi>n rrport tanall/ t°$*tBt tf,
porlorr»»ult»(rornli» unc Prlct *11 »'*/ jjt
A« n llntruent for family mm It hi»» n» *V"£ ,jji»
your druMUt for ItenrlaU'ri 8p»*l.n X tt',t, »'
f'A Tr.atl.. on Ilia jiorM," th.Vocit /«»,
*ddr«M
DB. B. j. KKNDALL CO., ENOSBUflO FAl-U, ^'
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TflKJ MOVIE
MOYIE, B; C
.-iXoER iscOURGE OF THE AGE
- S KIDNEY DISEASE
"When
A ICuurta. Bllzza»«-
.   a     real     Kansas
•>■- J-.Jf j->-p''
'•AarAi^y
blizzard
''e'tftrts"?~Baid a native of the state "the
"' S'at first is usually  soft and Uae
axxicxmiThcn  It   increases    n   volume
& a wild wind hnrls it along.    I   1*
und,   aslue
oue cannot
a  id
by.
'I'.'il.ft:
•:ifl,
Ah.
'and a" wild
"   bllridlns'fatui  enveloping,
-from 'pete tree*** ^{onn  Bome.
bin'.lose his ,\,a>.     tut.*
•    times lasts two or three dnja.     «»"«
''-onVof these bh-^ard. come,  up   the
'   tkn'uer'rWbo   wants   to   get   from   his
mrH»e*.r« rit..},le or in Ik house
,'fanu house to the Ma.neyi  y    ^..m*.
" taW-a'cbrd and Marts for thv wli
V b^uaiWiouse,  as  it   may  be,  even  if
?&iV?sSy  r.O  yards  utf.     He  seldbm
11    JM.UU.J . ajul    llje    con]
Terrible increase in tlie Number
of D&aihs from This
Ailment.
It  is
isome.
Catar
n 10 Minuta
oi\\ Cure.
ni'ak'c's'.'lCthe  lirst  nine
IS keep hi---  fiou. aet.iiiS »ost au-1
SSefin-   In   the   snow.     Sometime*
Common to AH  Classes
and Conditions oi
People.
the-'ue'ODle stand iu  ...
lu<   '•   -^ • ,DUi to any one' who
' torm, but ihi.1 Is of
ise of ihe wind ls so
,,'a;jti!j-C:an'4f«»r a sU
-'' inay,; be.oiu lu.i'M
' '^it.tle use.' ns'tbe uoi
'UflVv
ii'rc
-yon iriii
j;.:r,(uii .y.f.j.ti;;<';
*:*:<! AA'vtii'i hA
■I'l't'iar. 'yiisfj'-ir'.:'
"'■:■    AU ".VrJli--'.   ..   "
.'IT I,'"
'•'iC;;
:f.
Clears
$
I'i'
>r;-.j«l:-'"i!iii
' !\
■:,1
I'll
■r
*: I !!•'•'* hreiit
ri.it bcmjitbii
ii.t.iirr.im'l'l'ij
a'if'
Jl t!
tr'i;
■ii
-,n> !•'••'■* ..in'it-
■'■>ou'.vc'biil
.'"tart::-. UA
til'-
ll-
'*■■
j Vis t us eiJiK1:
lli-'i.
,, greatUbat ll drowns almost every oth-
.^viliofacascofanianwhoj^
*io8t4'olog/rom li.* stable to the houfe.
*** ^'U'h ri^bwu  upon  him.    "e suui.1 M .
V'ivlKtfie entrance  to a  cyclone cellar
'I '^ofSled lu there and dropped the
^SEM&er him to keep out the snow
:" '^Sow  Ml  toHior and  faster and
'"J ffittthe cioor so deeply (lint when   t
■   S-a^nded null he irlcd.to open It
'    '£?&*   H   impossible.     His   family
'^- '"seaiVued the country around  for him.
•Vaud"ltVas not until the snow bad melt-
viWfln«i gone and some one  liapponcd
^-to^koi'into thc cyclone cellar Unit ho
- V Wftf found therc."-New Sork Tribune.
'',■',4'$.'i•«§•<■•.         	
.'WSllS r»t "W-. Committed
It Creeps Stealthily Into tbe System and Develops Into .
Many Diseases.
Bright's Disease, Heart Disease,
Diabetes, Dropsy and Rheu-*
raatism, are Among the
Forms it Takes.
standpoint wheie a prescription to
cure must be vvrtiten by a specialist
at a cost oi' dollais to every letter.
I-J-e may not even know that
never was u. disease Lhat took
classes of the community but,
nature provided a cure within the
means ol" all classes of the community What he docs know is more to
thv point than this. He knows that
Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure
aclws' which experience
him come from the
takt-s Dodd's Kidney
on  with his  work.
there
in all
what
11
has  taught
Kidneys        He
Pills,   und ,ko»s
SO Ml-:   KXl'EPTIONS.
Of  coiii.se,   there   arc-  exceptions
every rule.    Kven among common poo-
jplo  there are   those   who   neglect
early   warnings of  Kidney Disease.
the   rul
to
co-
tha
It
Dodd's   Kidney  Pills, the   One
, Remedy That Never Fails to
Cure it, No Matter How or
Where It is Found.
-.;sfc/''iferemctuber well ouoe when Jo©
..^Blactbiirn und 1 were on thc same
^.-^nimlttcc,'' said a senator. • "It was
,/.j"'''^urihg  a   Democratic   administration.
Of ali the disease* tho human body
has to combat In its struggle for
health, the one that.is steadily growing in strength and terrors is Kidney
Disease. Quietly, .stealthily as a scr-
its victim till the
folds,   and
» ."M *. ,:m ., ■-   '^.^ftliere  had   been   a  good  deal ot
  t&fcR&r   trying    to    got    tbe   secretary
-        ■ '* ;^if7iSrlcalturo ' to  a-ree  to   a  certa u
,r ■ ' "' N: ';;';.v^thlnVi'and Blackburn had been sent to
par's.
:        '     .. ■    ■       ■
-v"it: Yiy,
auriii'i'li
lY'tron'M
..MllitTfU,
\ cure J tin
.AlVrMVl.
An \mY
(-■'slu'i'd
SflU.    WOltiH
/"■'.-JiftVy
i Alrl-J ok!
"1   u
,1  ticspni-ri
iun'-M
-UKiiis !t:i
}>:,:cured 'cwfiVirlr-
' --.■■-—.---■.- '.V -
i->ltlL. '•"yorbt.".":.
I life;■'i'r.'hicksi.i.'
'.■'ijli.t'-'i'iioi'iiS
t'eji'ii;';.,U   tiii;-,
',!t:(v'il--rVrt-.*i''.
tho
Will
i': in
'Hearty
'tSii).i.il0I.i.,W.;
ri'a i. ■ st;!."';'i
V|'Sl'»'i-«-'   [
; ■ h;:J 'twt.- ;
r.d   .'[itn-:
.at li - '-.'-'
HC'ntt ' »ni~
I Iiom. Uli-l.*
i!!fi>'
-,U"k
l>.
v-ori?'
}'(?!'-'
■ l-ilM-
ai ti"
es Diphibcrii
who p
Id' pus
ash.',", nir
hes-o'-L-.t
iccted cbughi'';
jiice-.us healthy
ai-'you
their p.
ilb'i of ;
Take
ption
to
plan,
been
came
"P^Baek^BevernT of us were assembled
" ' .'"."'ia^be committee room, among us Seu-
* '""'Va"tor*Vest,"who was sunk dejectedly in
'".', ^tn^depihs of an armchair.    Some one
,A>y asked-
"••1;^''3"''Well. Joe, did you succeed?'
..!3^J3ucceedr    be    echoed.    Then -he
-''fe& to tramp up and. down, fuming
" - VVand^iisslng.   Finally be broke out:
■*-W'A?« 'Of all the obstinate things ln the
"■ '.-r-^«bap« of a cabinet oflicer 1   ever en-
■'^countered, commend, me to<J. Sterling
*"■•''-Norton!     Don't   you   agreo   with   me.
*"''..Vestr
' /iVT.V'.VeBt roused up slowly aud answer-
.  "^:v-'rr
., u-,"ed:.'*', ,.
'/•'-^•^IJo) sorry,'Joe. but 1 am com ml t-
' ''-^te^'-Vo Hoke Smith.'
J-'A^'it'; was  th'e   funniest  thing   I   ever.
'   "?beard,"   continued   the   senator,   "aud
'' '".iifourybUl was  never  even   reported."—
' '^Saturday Evening Post.   ?
r':-?yxc--s- —	
, • >'j.ftA,'i *
r;,,.;-i,''Wh»t He Wonld Have Said.
"■' '-min ft complicated criminal case an old
,      >'"'land-surveyor was subpojnaed to give
" "'vfula professional opinion in the matter.
- ''ia'the proceedings were about to be-
>      "''-'glnsbe asked permission to say a few
' •words, but was called to order sternly
" ' by tbe Judge, who told him to wait till
'   '<"-he was questioned.   The case then pro-
Vceeded.    A host of witnesses were ex-
'.amlned.   and  even   the    prisoner   fre-
■ quently   was  called   upon   to  make  *
."statement.
: After a couple of hours the judge
said-'to tbe old surveyor, "Now. sir,
we'shall   be glad  to  bear  what  you
■ have to say ou the whole case."
'   'The  witness .stood   up  and   replied-.
"I-only  wished to remark awhile ago
" ' ' ■i'hat.l am quite deaf In iny left ear aud
'' Y rather hard of bearing In the right.    I
,    '  '''.'■'waa merely going to ask if 1 might be
V^allowed to sit Immediately iu front of
°    '"' 'Vbe witnesses and the prisoner.   Up to
- ■' r'Vow I have not heard a single word of
' •- -tbe proceedlngs."-Loudon Telegraph.
to
friends
pent, it 'creeps,on
latter   is   enveloped   in   its
the greatest physicians tbe world has
ever  known  stand  helpless  before   it.
As  tho     last     fold   goes     around   tbe
struggling     victim   and     tbo     doctor
shakes     his       head       a.ncl      whispers
"Uright's     Disease,"    hope fades
nothing,   and   the   sorrowing
feel   that   death     has    marked..-   th.iir
loved  one fur its own.
The_ alarming increase this terrible
disease is making is evidenced by the
columns of 'almost every newspaper.
, For not- among ,the lowly of the
earth alone does It look for its victims. Statesmen, judges,
lawyers, and honored
numbered amon
takes exceptions to prove
but main oi" these exceptions prove
more—they prove that no Cas.e of
Kidney Disease is too far gone for
Dodd'-, Kidney Pills tu cure. Uright's
Disease, Diab'.-le.s, Dropsy, Heart Disease—all lhe \arii-d forum of Kidney
Disease in its advanced slaves— hav^,
been met by Dodd's Kidney Pills,and
never once has Canada's great Kidney Itemedy hud to admit defeat.
Fiom the Atlantic to the Pacific, a,n.d
from tlie Ureal Lak'^-s to Hudson
Bay, Dodd's Kidney Pills are used,
and vvheicver used they have' trium
and wherever used they have triumphed over Kidney Disease in Ita
every form. Thousands of Canadians-
are shouting their praises of the conqueror. r
Just a few of those who have neglected the early symptoms, reached
the more advanced stages of Kidney
Diseases, and found a. cure in Dodd's
Kidney Pilis are given below. There
aro thousands of others. Ask in your
immediate neighborhood. You will
not have to go far to meet men, women and children who have either
warded off or cured the terror of tho
present age by using the old Canadian  stand-by—-Dodd's Kidney Pills.
I) r
'"Teat   IJiwjcfc.
Aft the pea 33 sometime.? mightier
than the aword, so tbe laugh ia on occasion aa powerful as In eloquence tha
spoken word-
"There are many dlfferej.it kinds of
conversational    ucvompli-bments,"    re
inarted a man wed up in the ways of
the world, "and 1 have paid due attention to  the cultivation of sueh aa  lie
with!a my range.   Great is language—
2-reaT,   Indeed—and   beautiful   withal.
Next to say limited ability with words, 1
however,  1 rank  my  faculty of using '
the smile or the lauyh, as the case may
be.
'•I don't mi-hii pleasantry and mirth,
as domestic social graces, but as defensive   business   artillery.    Of  course   a
man's first impulse Qwben another mis
guided man makes a palpable move to
'do him up' or asks some unreasonable
and  preposterous  business favor Is  to
enter on  wordy  opposition,  strenuous
naturally and perhaps violent.   This, i
have learned, is waste of nervous force
and allows argument ou the part of the
unfriendly man who is trying to make
the touch.   The stronger weapon is to
laugh—just laugh.   Utter not a   word,
uo  matter how   much  the other,  may
say,  but,just  keep  on  laughing.    I've
routed    many    deep     laid,    dishonest
schemed with a good, hearty laugh. Try
It."
*™* M Wister.\
There's a need in every home for
Btrcngthcn the lungs-vraru o- j.i'- c-.J- j--• CanfadiaT1 Spm
All the healing, soolhlrR. cmaU  s p-o- - —'£ ^ &,,
nm—combined with aromabes.'   1'ie^.int to  u*--.    J a «**
HIUGHT'S' DISEASE   CUUEP.
Bright's Disease Una invariably yielded
to a treaUiiPnt ot Dotld's Kidney Pilla,
no .inulter how yrm a hold it had secured op its victim. Possibly the most
talked  of  case  of  recent date  Is   that  of
Shu.benAca.die,
Alice   Maud      ^rkcr     ot     .----     o{   thia
Hants  Co..   **.S. ,  ^\^Hcaeriin\ number
Herewith   a   short
"   "s ni ether
caso will  be  found
of   Dodd's   MuBa-/ine.
statement  from  tbe  young  Ud>
appended '
emhient
divines   arc
those who in recent
j months    have gone    down     to    their
! graves  with'the  fell  marks    of    this
dread  disease   upon   their   bodies.   In
fact, so prevalent has the disease become     that    a celebrated "New  York
specialist   stated   recently   that     not I
one     person     in  a hundred, was   free '
from soine^ainfof"Kidney Disease.
WOKKS   IN   S ISC RIOT.
lonir   time   to   unpn
health, .bdt   Dodd s
To-day  my  dniis-n-
.«he   had
change. 11 took a
her bulk to perfect
Kidney Pills did it.
ter  ia  in   perfect health.
Mre. T.  G.  Parker,
Shubcnacadio;, Hants   Co.
A'. Donkey   Decoy.,
A traveler in central Africa tells of
a uatlvo hunter of the Wanderobo
tribe who was the possessor of a most
accomplished donkey, which, with an
antelope's horns strapped to its head,
its body covered with a skin or painted
to resemble tbe animal its master intended to stalk that day. was the
means of deluding many an unwary
creature into falling a victim to the
poisoned arrows of the hunter crouching behind bis four footed assistant.
At   lb*  Deception.
~rTnTanTious to get the names of all
present," said the reporter. "Will you
oblige me"—
"Oh " said the meek man, "you may
put down 'Mrs. Henry Peck and husband.' "
"y/ou   moan   'Mr.   and   Mrs.   Henry
Peck,* don't you?"
"I would prefer that," he replied,
with a furtive glance over his shoulder, "but for goodness' sake don't,say
l gave it to you that way."
During  the courtship  a  man   telh-
woman he can't live without her, but
after   marriage  he   often   discovers   he
can't  live  with  her.	
fiinard's liniment Cores Colds, eto.
A  woman will forgive a untn almost
his failure  to  ask  lo
A fET"? doses, at the lVr.t m?u .-t a
—tF-ke a-vav hc-'.r cr.    --
co*.J, ".r.l allsT all th-rost
A'z+i  U.e inn
■ss^sssszszst^s^Jsrissszs^six
j'tsasrxxa-to^^
OYER ONE HUNDRED
YEARS OF M.LLIrNG'EXPERIENCfia'
lI»Lve you tried our
U
Costs
t=--oi-   B=»iia.s-rs*--t-vr,
II ,1S THE VERY BEST THAT'S MADE.
i more than common
Flout s/but it   is   «e!l  w«'ln  US rrosL.
Mill-, inn. Oili.-')-:
MONTI*.KAL.  AND  WlXNiE'KC.
Ogilyie FlourMill
S.3.
D1AIJKTF.S    CURED.
I)io.betes.  i.s  another  o(  the  moat /earful
and   fatal   formi   of, Kidney   "Disease   thai
cured  by   Dodd's   Kidney   VilU.
Amo't-;  those
Is
years   Chief
anything except
he  forgiven.
tood
has   been
[ i would
passing,
but could
ease,
as
pain  in
to  over
man.
It  is thc secrecy ot  Kidney  Disease
that makes it tbe more dreaded.  You
can  tight an enemy  in  the open with
some  chance  of success,  but  if  he  is
lying in wait to take you at an unwary   moment   your   chances   of     successfully lighting hirn  are terribly diminished.    "So  it  is  with  Kidney   Dis-
Its first  warnings  are so   fain!
to   l>e  hardly  noticeable,   a    slight | know  me
the  back  tbat   is charged  up
exertion,   a  slight discoloration oT the urine or a  burning sensation   while urinating   that  hardly   at-
i tracts   attention.   That   is   all.       But
that  means-  that   Kidney   Disease     is
at  work gradually  eating  its way into your system.*"    Tlie  pain     in
' back  grows  more  severe,   th
I trouble   more   complicated,   swellings
1 under   the eyes   and   of   the  limbs   denote   the   coming   of   Dropsy,      hharp
.shooting pains in the joints and muscles   teu"   that   Rheumatism   has     vou
in   its  grasp,     or  perhaps    a   day  or
two's   illness   leads   to   the  calling  of
the doctor, and suddenly the terrible
truth   Is    forced   upon     you—Bright's
Disease has you in  its grasp
and  by no  otlu-r nipdlcine    „
cured     of    tlii-i    terrible    ailment   Is   Mr
Charles   (iilchrist.   for   fifteen   years   Cble
of   Port, ollopc   arid   afterwords
wars    Fishery    Overseer
Government.        He
of   Po'ice
for   twenty-two
under   the"   Dominion
akes the   follow nip  statement
sufierer   for   ten   years
Diabetes and Kldniy    ^order      ££*£
Alter all  there is  no breakfast
that   is   better   than   bacon   and   egg-,
and   buckwheat   cakes,   though   lome
are   more  extensively  advertised.
fibard's liniment Cures Distemper.
Chinamen   consider,    it   impolite   to
wear   spectacles  in  company
Lt   lakeo   a
to a man sti
er oss
light
tVinnle   to   f>ive
sutler     someTlniig    -
I   tried   doctors   and   medicine?
1   pet no  help  till  1   tried   Podd's
Kidney l'lHs '    — -  "  '""-"
the
urinary
Thev have made me a new
Gilchrist.
and  can
Ex.Ch,.«   ca"^-d-«^ryt 0^«*r.
' HEART   DISEASE   CURED
Heart  Disease is. a. result  of   Kidn
order.    Bad Kidneys mean impure
the, action  of impure blood on  the heart
causes1  Heart   Disease.        Dodd's   Kidney
Din-
sod,
heart
ell
mi
10W.
ed b
)   Ll
\!C
IV   '-
l.'Jtl
iu!
■A%.
c   *
nd
51.
.00
1 < .<-
(0
.t   \f
•'A'   . The  I'ertlan .'Way.
"r'-They have curious methods lu rer-'
„'flia or Insuring law and order.   A fa»-
' ure of the crops had resulted In a dear
'  loaf,  which  much  enraged  the  popu-
"', lace.    Ln order to quel! the ttunult the
- -'shah ordered a number of bakers to re- j
•- \celve several  hundred  strokes with   a
'"   rod, besides a  few  minor little atten- |
</tlous.   such  as   the  amputation of   an
I'V'enr or two.
,'   * ll«»r   Statufl,
"Why do you still call hor a Tin do
-(* ele«.-le girlV "
':":    ••What's the matter with that?"
-',     ••Why, since that moans literally the
'"'*, ;'eud of thc century  girl'   it  was only
* '*,'u-.cd  in   speaking of  girls   toward   tho
l'' ;-olose of tho last eciitury."
YY   "Well, that's when she was a girl."
WAY   OF   ESCAPE.
With   this   silent,   relentless
enemy
In-
slowly-but surely eating its way into prominence and mm king .hat
prominence by  a   > early    increase  m
the    dc
is
the length  of  its  death  li<"t,
lay.   of     the    hour
(■-.(■apo. '       ^•l"
m   a  critical
way
„r  escape-pi'ov..u..h   ir;""\"r,t,.ovUi-
o\   escape
It  has
lirst  box  did   me  surprised   aie
«-   -   ™-K^L«l.   -ovost,,
Qmk
DIlOl'SY   CUUE*D.
diseas. caused   by  dl»-
do   their   work
from   th«
Dronsy.   Htiother
"idPKidneys   fiiillng   ™
1'ilifl  always  cure
started to
intind    oi   tne
"Show  us  the  wav   o
tore  nevvr  put  munkliu
condition   without   providmu   a
-providing     manl-ino
wise enough  to  take the  way  P«
ed     In   this   case   the   way   o
is   n  simple  vegetable  remed",
' people, of  Canada  for
„,1.   hko all tbo great
has  been  lirst  rented   by     the
been before  the
thirteen year1-, a
relievers of nature
eelveil   and   first   apprec
icwlv   in   life,   those   known   a*     th.
,„,.,.nun   per.pl-   "f   CiintK a .
I„ it   the common  people of  Canada
who   die  of   Bright's   I-isoum- ?   No.it
,,-i.rht  ami shining marks,tio.M
hove the beads of
!e Remedy
"ft
jwlllil
on©a,     BPI5
LameneoB-
KtioubU u>*
•BYTHlNai'
Tr.«lU. « I"   "**'
t hui no k"*; 2j»
sauno FAU.*. fl'
(il-.-Hl     SclU'lllC.
ity. ■■y[nvc you decided yet upon :i name
-!rfor tbat new suburb of yours?"
•. ;;,''Yes.  I am going to call It Lookout."
/'I can't see anything striking or original about that."
."You can't.   Think how everybody In
the train will run to the windows when
,  the brtikenian calls out the name of the
s   station." ,	
'   ' An   Author'!)   Notebook.
'Bold  one  poem    aud    made   almost
enough to pay the butcher.
' Wrote   an   obituary   on   an   ancient
'" clti'/en and had Maria's shoes mended
"   -with the proceed-*.
Sold a short story and came  within
an ace of making enough to pay $10 ou
tbe grocery bill. J.
"A Silent Musician" is the title of a
' - new story.   Really.if some of 'em were
'    not silent occasionally there would be
uo   living    Iu    thld   country.—Atlanta
Constitution.
tbe masses.    A>
('o tu the people
exempt   from
worst  form,
most, iv single
"We   cure   our
Dodd's   Kidney   Pills,   ar
''■'''t'-v.."^'^v<,„■rK';,J'';-'«c'fs,•,''
l  uM-d  Dodd's  Ktldney   I'llU.
t'oorce   KobertHon.
H'.)1* "St.   James   **>'- .
Monlreftl,      Qu».
bo >lct  .sine*
jlHIiUMATISM   CUHED.
kindred   Kidney
is the
who are stationed a
k   tbe roaMm  ol   tins
who  are prtictically
Kidnev   Disease   in     its
mid   to"k   them     With  al-
- v..ice they will    reply :
Kidnev   ailments   with
id   thev   never
.-,t    a   ebance   to   develop      into   that
Terrible   diseat-e   that   can ics so m.vnv
prominent men  into the -rave.
ON   WITH   HIS   WORK
who   doei
It'u'UIHHtlMIl      'UK*     -•• - c,.f„tiCft
—'    ru-f.".m.en'Umb,;aKuiicSatcidCin
If  the   Kidney.*  »™   put  In   w
>ng   outer   tii.y _sU«hi ( ai^th^unc^
fioui.
blnoil.
Dls-
atid
tho
ork-
acld
0';n ui^i'^wH„,,-i»(l1,!hefn;;,'oMv. o.
'l'akc   tho   cntie
iroes   with   It.  ",,-, itr>ra
h- ■"   Dresden.     Out.       uei"
is   hi*
^"vlRl-t   year,   I   was   troublo-i   vrlth
Ir)V;uilln^ory   _H.-u,,at,.m.my
dulivs   In
And  so   it   is.   tie     man
manual  labor u«:?l heal his.
..cbesor lh-y   '.-^ie.   bun in l..s«oi
When   he   has   Jackache     he
Dodd's   Kidney   I'lll-*,
work,   when
-lightest
l-iim's   it
and   noes
Kx-Uwve   of   Dresden,   Out
MA.    KIDNTOY    PISK.ASKS    CURED.
Tlii'-.e   are  only
With    I'luin .-.       - ,        .-,,,,k
on   with   hi,   work,   when   m    \^
Hbeunialism   he   ''"V'^    ' .
with   Druid's   Kidney
with    bis   work
him   tbat     he
in   ed   rid   "l*
most cure  nis   imi""--.*--"; l" J--       y
for  he   must   w o ',-   to     v.-
ducaied   to     -thai
thou-ands to  show tbe el
Ki.l.iey   Pills   in   advance'
twinge   ui
out   of  hi^   body
Pills—and -goes   on
Necessity   has   taught
si      Kidneys
his  pains.
lie   has   not   been   e
a few cases taken from
efticftcy. of Dodd'e
d stuj;cH of Kidney. Hh.i'iise. ln other forms of Kidney
trouble, such as Urinary trouble, Ornv-
ile '.Wraknusn, etc, Dodd's Kidney
the sninc record. They nlwayi
for' I'nin in the llnck—tbo flmt
syttiiitiim of Kidney trouble—ask your
n"ii;liliors. You'll find the majority oi
(hem look on l'ftln in tlie Hack nH a ilan-
gtir Hlgnul, and oi\ its tirst «.ppearnnc8
Miic^iiai-ii ihemselves utrninst this terribly
fut a I Kiilm-v Diseii.s« by (liivii-.ji it away
"'■I CiiiiiiJ'.nn stand by—Dodd's
I'll!*.-
,•!,   Keiin
pill" have
ctii-c.   ,  As
I
i li
Kidney
ffinard's Linhneat Cmres Garget in Cow&
A   olploiaatte  Oiaci»*-
Durlafc' the reign of Emperor Napoleon  III.  he  and   the empress  visited
Normandy and had arranged to spend
a couple of days at Evreux.   M. Janvier de la Monte, who was the prefect,
learned that the revolutionaries intended to hiss the sovereigns as they passea,
and so he summoned the leaders of the
movement and told them that he knew
of their plot.    "If you carry out your
plan," said he to them,  "you will ge
six  months  In prison.   If you  do not
your friends "will  accuse you of cowardice and treason.   As a way out of
the difficulty I propose to lock you up
at once until the emperor has gone.
The conspirators accepted the terms offered them,  and  so the emperor was
erected only by cheers, as thc revolutionaries,  frightened at the   arrest of
their chiefs, had not dared to utter a
sound. After the emperor and empress
had gone the prefect went in person to
release his prisoners, who had had such
a pleasant time that they greeted him
with cries of "Long live the prelect
to which M. Janvier de la Monte, who
was a man of wit. replied, "My friends,
do not overdo it."	
Jovancnc Muffle.
The Javanese musical instruments
ore made mostly of bamboo. They also
played upon a pipe or whistle, which
was about three feet long and sis
Inches across. This sounded like tho
hollow roar of a Hon. Another was a
bundle of tubes of different lengths,
which covered the small boy who carried it like a big saddle. A log hewn
out with two strings stretched across
it served as a drum. A zither of sixteen strings and- a mandolin of two
completed their outdoor band, while
Inside ouo could hear other music made
by gongs of wonderfully pure and
beautiful tQni*x.	
Out   of  Time.
\ piano tuner employed by a city
firm was sent to a certain suburb to
tunc a piano. He found thc instrument
ln good condition and not in the least
need of attention.
A few days later the Cum received a
letter from thc owner of the piano, a
lady of musical Intention, stating that
the"piano had not been properly tuned.
It was no better thim before.
Vftor receiving a reprimand from his
cinplover the hapless tuner made another'trip to the Mibtifbs and again
tested every note, only to hud, ns before, no fault with the Instrument.
This time he t'jold the lady so. ^
"Yes," she said, "tt does seem all
right doesn't It, when you play on it,
but as soon ns 1 begin to sing it gets
all out of tune again."
"Hostess   (in
Does   your   lather
dinner,   -Minnie "'
"Minmo—I      don't
grace -?
Hostess—V.h.v
turning   thanks
1iv'c-ye-a'rrOld: guest)—,
sav ..grace   before
know.
s.iyinn
for  what.
•»... —,
eat
Minnie—f>h.  n->   pa
We  alwa.vi     pav   1..1'-
we   c,et
AVluvt
grace 'is
we   have
... Tit e.... a v er ag e . o i   s u i c i u e s ■ i s
Ireland than in  any o.thor country.- in
the world':-'   '•..'-'■        .' "    .'■-* '",'.. .
best! t   l.m.V':
for: every'ti
■•-■-I What shrunk your woolens ?
Ul | Why did holes svear so soon ?
You   used    common    soap.
10
t'm
Wise  i1" the > oung
have   his   Itatiree'i-   name
the ring
iii '..who .doesiit
ngraved'..in
kno
A   mail, is  sometimes
trs he 'might have cl.oin
thin
«'!*> .
lilt
by -the
d i d n' t.
EtEDtJCES
EXPSNSJB
The    heiress
known,   pcrhap.
ium  maiden
of  the
.  .as- a'
nitur
>.- 'will   be
arid, ra'd-
.4^ r-.r «xc Qctaxoa SSM.
b
■h
SI SlilolL'il 1     ia v.
she   has   leatned   to
ii   ha'ti""
ii iib-"iiu'I
tes
'.'le.k
•ll'lll'-l
with
| -.-Opinioii's :; should.
| g-roo; t  cu ii t.ioii   m ltd  chaii
icrr'bater caution.:'       '  ■ ■' .
fiirmed  .svtih
$$ .with   -stilt
If ii
thing
heir>'<s
music, teacher   can
else   -oYirj'  of   the   y<
ho caivmakeuioiiey
i  tn
The   uolvi"*   .-I"   Ku-sia  devout   ahou!
,tv\o    hundred   . hildreu    and    tiavi-l.-ia
cv erv   vein
•■Why do yo
shirt s-bwes "
edit or'.
••r,(.->c;iii'-"e
pelltel .   ' that
is   located
al ways write
i -i^kcd    tile'   fl'"''
tinswere
s. where
the   ;'<>',<
iiv   i"many
'tl.'
-h.'ier
•\t  the  I'hurch  oi
i     tu'etuv-two-t-u.
el-.'Cl rieiI.'-"-'.
L<d ■Il.-art:
in   Pans
lolled   b>
real
The   Mocll'c   Unbif.
"I   think   those   neighbors    are
nie.-ni." said Mrs. I'l'icg'sus.
■•What's the troubleV" asked her husband. .
-you   know   iv.tr   Marguerite  doesn t
■ret   on   in   her  slud'es   very   well,   and ■
U.eir Mathilde is always at the head of
the Has---."
"What of that':"
■■Thev wouldn't toil me what particular sort ..f bittin prodU'-'m: pilcut
food   they gne their  chtltlien.'"-'\Vash-
in»ton Stai".	
A   Very   tii!V»-i-c-itt   'Inllcr,
Ethel-1   he.iid   tb<'  cmuit   had .plied
Cl.-idy*.
.lean-Oh. no: h"'- too lunch of a ^<'n
tieinaii for that. .1 know positively that
he umve Ohidys three days in which 'to
jilt" him.--New   Orleans   Times-I.'icino-
crat.
For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, take
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
herry
Aiwavs keep a bottle of it in
the house. We have been
saying this for GO years, and
so have the doctors.
•• I li.o« n«(>a Avor'j C".i-»i r- '.vrtoMl In •
f«„l (rWu'.r. It!, l!.-.- l^l i.io*t«-
1„ tl..' «.»I<1, 1 kaow, fux -'A U.ruAl s.iui U
tor^l In my
i.«
■sat
m   ''"--'^j.^  _,   «_ xnr.ciioss.V.-.illlitini. •■««"•   h
b vii.1. i.»^_ fr»    ",*,el" Vi">*
M<WJ.
lfJTa*«*««ru««»*i'<»«,*t3
£   .li.  -=."":- &■
i w;*v :^j-3o-^'.o»«i?'
R . -^r.Mx- -^^p9KK7,£^i<S3isr.Kcss^!yyOfctte!a^
Dmiy aoiicjii or' tho bowels I* nec«>-
."5£-,ry.   Aid  nature with Aysr'a  fins.
V«V.
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