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Is a specialty at our Job Printing OHIce
In Snyder's Block, east Hide of I Lu Lehigb
Bridge. Ktivele. Note aim i-eller 1'apei,
Pbumplett., Order Hooks, Vniieliers, Tag,
ami nil kiilda of Do Mo, Home and Kale
UIIIh. We do all work neatly, cbeatdy kud
cleanly. Do you tired auytblug la this
live? then call and see us, or write u a
postal ard and we will be at. your terrier.
HaHRlargiM rii-colatlon than any oilier
ni'nmier prlntorl In (torbon viunty,onii
sequently It i- the best medium foradvor
linn, Our umvH columns sparkle, with
the ciooiiireucen of the day -cierti, sploy,
interesting, bright ami independent. Our
editorials are original anil will be worth
reading ou account nf their spirit which
Is Independent of outside cllctatlpn. Our
price Is one dollar; a year. Just you try It
"IN DEPENDENT''LIVE AND LET IvIVE.
VOL XXI. No. 16
Lohighton, Carbon County, Ponna. March 4, 1893
il.OO a Year in Advanc
Just now, as an innovntiou,
we are ofTering our customers i
beautiful book Shepp's Pho-
togrnplis of the World, with
every Forty Dollar Purchase.
We would like very much to
explain this tojou. Will you
Bed Room Suites,
Dining Room Furniture,
Aie among the goods we
sell at very low pricos.
PROF. ALEXANDER BOUDROU
Baadrou's Miracalons Remedies
Liberal JkllntUd Pliyalctani ndora Thm
Att being tbe Greatest
Posiu.em e hrnut-d
in act ora ante to murue
Huns, la Uineases here
tofore ao-ralled Incur
able. Diphtheria, Asth
in. uroncDiii. caiarm,
t'oiiKeitUon of the Iudks,
the result of sunstroke,
apoplexy and limospar
allzed restored to their
natural comtltlou. Spine
hip aud bone disease cured. KiieumaUsm
Salatlna. n.iir..rlu. Hr tftit'a dMeaifl oi the Mil-
uen. liver cnmplalnt, disentery, and so-called
art alsease are entirely curid by pure rued I-
aien aif iiiu aiiavti nrlul rl 111.
nDurluif Dine years over 16,ooo persons have
had these medicines and are UvIiik nllnesses
el tholr worth. I ulll not so Into uractlce mv
stir, being over 74 years of age; will sell my
uedlcloM oinjr. 1 bate two eminrnt pbysiclans
ttounneited with ine to attend to calling al the
roudeneea or toe sick ii require!.
Prow I'alrlrk Hark
l'HiiapFMHtA, April 6, nut.
lrores.r Boudrou lear Sir Allow me to
send you my sincere than us for the good that
your medicine done me and you can
publish this letter If nu choose, for the benefit
ut tlt urTariarM. In Hlilcli 1 Hill State 1 had III
baud crushed coupling the cars, and doctored
for it, and was In the hospital about Hi x weeks,
and m hand became so BMolleii. and liitlAimtia
tlon taking place, aoine of the doctors thousht I
would ha.m to iret m hand am nutated to save
my life, but 1 was told by one ol ray friends to
go to frol. Uoudrou's office, and gft some of bts
laedlrlne for It, and that tie knew It would save
ai y tiaud.
l Mtut there and sot the medicine, and In two
wssks the swelling all went down and I had the
useoi my unger. men i wrui iu wnm, aim
onslder mself well, and earnestly recommend
me remcuj W ail muih-ivu unr hip. t nri r
aotulngln the world tike It to destrov blooil
otsou.reuucr sweuiiiK ounmiiai mmt irnun
kluiMl, there Is nothing to compare toll.
1703N.Stlittt., Hilladelptita, Pa
Krotn Joneph Klrknr.
KU Nluth tttreet, PhlladelDhla, Pa.
Please allow me to add mv testimony tt jou
mu liavinK Deon sunsirucx iiiren iinirs uiinn
twuntv veari. the last time It was so bad that
was bed fast for four months; had the very best
or doctors dui was sun piuinK away, wiui ap
m Ue poor, and great pain all over me, Al
tcmntnd to ta ouL but could not stand thettun.
would often dioi down whkleatemntlnsto walk
taee&s was considered a very bad one; tt was
laellud to run on cougestlou of tbe brain, was
then recommended to Prof. Houd mil's medlt-lne
and I made out to got to Mh offlce, 1727 N. loth
street, aud 1 sot the medicine am) in three
weeks time I was able to be out and tending to
my bustuess, though one o m homea died In
the meantime from tne nad, wniie I stood it
and am able to attend to tiuslnfsninw. Thank
to (lod Alintuhtv and to Prof, lioudnm' nieill
etne, whleh 1 wilt recommend foreer to any
puur nuuerrr us i nuuuiu ur jJirn3-u iu af
aay one call and sc e m (or further tnformHtion
Office and lAtwratory 0eii dally fioni a.
td B p. in. Uall or write to
II XT North Tenth mret.
dec 10. V2-iy. Plilladelphb.. Pa
iJaiid 2 oeut sUimp for valuable iHU'k,
COHXER SECON'I & AI.UM Sts.
Want everybody in Lehighton
lo buy at their Rt-ire because
they have not only an ex
cellently assorted line
of fine -
Dry Goods, Groceries.
Boots, Shoes, &c,
but because their prices are low
er than these goods tvin Ire
bought for elsewhere in lown.
We show goods with pleas.
ure, quote imres anil deliver
all purchases. Don't forget,
but call and see us.
KRUM and KISTLER.
The South End Jeweler.
DO YOU WANT
Watches, Searf I'ins, (7ocks,
Watch Chains, Necklncex,
Gold Pencils, Ear Kings
Kings, Bracelets, jilvt-rware,
Society Emblems, ll'iitch
You eao buy them aud luitiy umk. at oar
Ponular ftiore on Lankway.
In all Its bracthts earelully atsestded In at
THE SOUTU EKO JEWLBR,
Enakwfty, ....... Lehighton
New Bee Hive,
i it'T ii Til I i
raKakBa'aTl'a'aW ..1L I Ifl IIIHIII
893 SPRING 1893
We are ready
for the Hprtng Reason Id
All mien and waiting join inspection.
Shadea and styles ao charming that you
can't help to admire them. We have tbeni
In greater variety than tou ever laid ees
on outtld. of 1'hUadrlDhla and New York.
Aa to prices tbav are right thev'ie at the
bottom tound. Writ for samples and
compare them witb;other goods. rUueni-
bar the place we refer te Is
Corner 8th and Hamilton Sti.
Illme's Old SlM.d.
llre handle all the Daily and
Weekly Newspapers, Periodi
ciils.M aga zines, Fashion Rook s
and Storv Papers, and we
Deliver them promptly at your
store, residence or office. Do
you gtt a papur I If not please
try us. liesides the news bureau
we have a fine assortment of
Ciuars. Tobacco, Confectionery.
Frnits, KM. Toys aoi Fancy Goofo
At the very Lowest Cash Prices. Ily
fair anil honest ruetliods aud a close
attention to business we hope to
merit your patronage, so we kindly
ask for u trial. Please rail,
T. J. BBETNEY,
BloseV Old Stand, - - First Street.
rrom Cheap Winks to Fine Gilt anJ
Pressed papers. Alio. Pelts am) Ingialna,
with Uaiitl&oiua Pieties.
'1CTURK ROD IND COVE,
ready to hang or pt.t up to order.
Paint, Oil. Varnish,
Olass, Drul. u Tainting ami
Ilanging, by.conielilenl workmen
part of the aonnty
Hooks, Stationery and Finny
(joods. always n large stock a1
61 Broadway, Mauch Chunk.
MEDICINES, genuine and ltost
S0AP3, 'arK'' lintand chenp.
WINES,?"'"' '"r medicinal use
CIGARS, die best untile.
SFECTACLES. n extensive
and increasing trade.' I guar
Hiitee satistiictinn to t'Aery
Contrail Drug Store,
Dr. G. T. HORN.
!isiiki the Leading lioto
Cabinet 'liotogrnphs & l.nrger
.Sizes, View s of Kesidtinres
in town and county at llie wry
. I1UY VOUR
KORTH F1HST HTUE8T,
where alse can lie feunil a
Pine IJue of tine Omeerlas,
Prsilta, Caul lea, Oreaa Vega
table, la season, Aa at the very
Iwest Prieea. Prompt atlMc
litw awl nowl gouda.
agr ALL AND SEE US.
Trratal& Bites Canto
W. M. Rapsher.
ATTORNEY i COUNSELLOR, XT LAW.
First door above ttie Mansion House.
MAUOII CHUNK. . - VENN'A.
Heal Rotate anit folleetlnn Agency. Will Buy
jurt Sell Ileal K.tate. Conveyancing iieally done.
olleetlous promptly made. Settling Estates ot
iec.-ienis a specialty, stay ue cuiisuiteu u
r palish anil (lrrman
DR. G.T. FOX,
172 Main Sired, Bath, Pa.
.THAMina. UatlADWAV hovbk, MoSoayb.
4TKAHTON.HWAN 111X1X1, fUFUAVI.
AT llKTHLril KM, UK HOTKU WKItJf MDAVS.
sT ALt.rNTOWN, UllAIlrr.NTKUTIU'KHlrAV
Vi Hath Priuavh and .Iatliida . a.
Office Hours -rroin ft a. m. to 4 p. m. I'racllCf
Imlted to diseases of tbe
Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat
3ir"Also, llefractlonof the Kyea or the adjust
ment of glasses.
r.rs.TO. d. sT,
onlcepMi.Ue Ihe Opera HotMe
Bank vStreet, Aeh 'i ton, Pa.
IIFNTPsTRV IN AM. ITS HUANCltKH
billing and making artificial dentures a social.
ty. Local anesthetics used,
Has administered and Teetl? Kxtracted WITH
MPF1CB HOURHi From 8 . m.,to llin.,trom
1 p. m.,to6p. m., fromT p. rn.,to 8 p. in.
Consultations lu English or (lerman
Offlt'fa Hours at I fwleton -Everv Haturdr.r.
Hrakcu Orrtca : Orer J. W itainlenlm.n'
BANK STREET. LEIIIQUTON.
oeiitlstry In all Us braucnes. Teetb Extracted
Altliout Pain, (las admlnlttertd wben request.it.
Office Days WKDNKSDAY of each week, ,
P O.atldiess, U.IENIOWN,
THE CARBON HOUSE,
Henry Drmnbore, Prop'r,
FIRST STRKET, LKIC1UKT0N. PENS'A.
The Carbon House has been renevated and
liltirmtHl thmuiflitiiit: lr flortrln Mir htd mid
well ventilated, and Is among the Best Hotels In
this vet loo of the Stale. The patronage ojtbe
public is solicited, best aeeoiu mini at Ions for
permanent and transient custom. Charges very
moderate. Fine Uquors.rresh Beer aud Porter
and (lood Cigars, for sale at the Bar,
Thn Leading Iteslaurant In th Lblgti
LION UALL BUILDING.
CllAS. A. BOWMAN, Prup,
This Pouular Kestaurant has hnnii thoraiiirhlr
refitted aud rrlui n Is tied, and the general acwom
iiiuuauoin aro oi superior ana lnviunKcnarac
ter. All the delicacies of the season served at
moderate rales. The bar Is supplied with none
but the best brands of VTIues, Liquors, Ali
Ladles' Dining nootn In the ltar.
I Jeer i and Exchange Stable.
Euiy rldlDif carriages and sate drlrlnie horses
Iji icmi nniiodatloiis to anant9dBVIere..lt
Mall and telegraph orders promptly atleudad to I
(live me a trial. mayxl-ly I
Guaranteed full Length.
The very bust SMngle in tbe Market,
RICKERT & SNYDER,
ub silk in missruKT ar
All Kinds of Building Lumber.
r'reieM, Basiage anrl Parcels
John F. Hottenstein.
I.'arefui attention paid to tbe Delivery of
freight, ttazage anil Parcels to all parts
of town at the lowest prices. A share of
public pationage is respectfully solicited.
S3T Leave orders at .Sweeny's, Koch's
or Lieiuengum s.
nower's Ilnildlne opposite Post Oftice,
FIIISTST.. I.EIUQHTON, PA
II oik taktn In eye rj da; of I lie week
aim promptly attended lo.
Family Washing done at very reasonable
PATItON AOE SOLICITED,
rnrUHtiret, Ublgliton, oy lll alwv Bad
BREAD AND CAKES.
Rye, Wheat nud Vienna Brvad
Kresl, Every lay. Our Vienna Bread cannot
beeicelled. Weiespectrull) solicit your patron-1
age, watch for tbe Wajon.
Seidell Vienna Bakery,
Opp.Obert's, rilWT ST.. LEIIIUHTON. PA I
Thr undersiuue) tiavlus been restored lb
bcalth b) alinpit lueaUK, after sufierlnic fMtito(-
rlunj aqet tlon,aud tl I
knon tohlfeiioM viiitervriilbe uieausofcLTea I
Ureeof cbarKlacop) otlhe pr'scrhitlniiied, !
wltlch IhfV Mill find a aiii'M iur fur f latn.uita.
I Ion, Attbiaa. V -tnchltla and all throat aud
Id Mic Maladlv. 1I liuord ull ttuDtfrrra Mlllirt
111 reiurdk, aa It I lu valuable lhoe taii inu
thwpruM'nptlon.whUli Hilltmstlhein u thltiK,
nuu iiiaj pivto a ui-anij(, win pirase auurvss,
lte. Klir Altll A llsMN, Umoklyn,
,iew ioik. apr. JB, vz-iy.
i LA NINO - HULL.
Window and Dooh Kkaviks,
AND IlKil.IR IN
k IMi of Defl Luuter
llentlnek Lumber, &C..&C
Vi'3' Ijowest Prices.
rjgSal. bills prinUd ahtp t
TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
in win 1 1
ore. II HI ;
A 1.000 will Ii
if win run tou.
jrotasnlnt or cure.
Cleanse the vitiated
IVT11II) II r, UaK'
Pnoodjthen you bee
U ifiiftirltles burst
nrthrongh the skin
n rimnla. Illt.trlia
it win cure you,
Oncraiii n u hn an
closely confloed In;
nndi Sores, ltelr on
tne mil a ana worn.)
not proc4ire suSlclent
eierclse, and all who
are confined In doom.
should Use Ft'LFHtJK
Bitter. They wilt
not tbea l weak and
ii mi neaitn win roi
RlILnillH 1 1 ITT KHA
will rur l.lverCom
nULriltJH ii ITT ERA
to suffer from Itheum
kill build you up and
make rou stronirand
atlsm, nse a bottle of
It nerir falls to rum
wilt make vour blood
bottle. Try It j ytu
Mure. rich and etrong!
rtmi your ucaii naru.
Laities In dellcatr
Irr biiLMU'R Hit.
health, who are all
run down, should nse
rcita to. night, anl
vou win sieep wen.
pirn irpi iniirr Torn.
Do you want the bestMedlcal Work published?
Read S srf nt stamps to A. 1'. Ordwat A Co.
Boston. Ala..., and recelr, a cony, free.
The unilerslftned will be a candidate
for Supervisor of Mahoulun Township,
at the spring electloii.
tf. . SAMUBl. UVHHT.
In Great Variety at
ropular Store, Hank Street.
Hoofing and Spouting a special
ty Stove repairs furnished
on abort notice
DO YOU WEAR PANTS?
If you do, you want a good
fit, Latest Style and First.
Leave your order with Frey
DO YOU WEAR A COAT?
You want a perfect lit. Yon
want good (joods. You wait
a wtll made and stylish look
Leave your order with I'rey
For the present we will carry
a full line of samples ot season
aue goods from which you can
1 t7 O " '11 I th
very lowest and in all cases we
will guarantee satisfctotion. We
in t vnnr nnlrnnnrw
H. L. FREY,
North First street.
i- th matter of the Katate i In the Urnliaiif
ot Robert A. Heury lt '( Court of :arbon
tatter ToMainenslnic Twp County. Pa., April
Carbon Oo., Pa., deceased, j Term, int.
Tin uiidtMfris-npd Auditor annotated by said
Oourt to pass upon the exceptions riled to the
AomlUISirKUtr 8 Atruiiut til iurumc Minwi '
reKtate the account if necesaaryi und make uls
tiibutlon of Uie funds In the hands of J. tt.
K reamer, tne auiuinisiraiur win niret an
parties Interested, for the purposo of his ai-
tfoinitneui, at uis owe in mo wumj uuuuiiik.i,
In tbe itorouKh of MjiucIi Chunk, on Saturday,
th mh (lav nf Marrh. A.. fJ. 181U. at 10 O'clock.
a. ma here and v, hen all parties Interested are
required to appear and nreaent their claims, or
be forever debarred (nun coming In ou said
Ii ma. J. n. r .niic.li, Auunur,
Feb. itii, 1X93 s
If the owner of the teven-rear-oM Bit
Horse left with me does not, call for, re
moT and settle for tbe. keep of tbe animal
at the expiration of thirty days from this
date, the samt will be sold at Constable's
Sale lo pay tbe expenses Incurred, All of
wulcu this sdsii oeaeemea sumcieut noure
W. n. WALCK. Franklin Twr.
Feb. 25. 169-Vw
A Remarkable Cure
IN HIIWBUSinrOIlT, MASS.
BETTER READ THIS.
Ma Dvrke is OM or Tin bust
KNOWN M1.N IS NEWBl'RVrORT A
SIISIUER OF . V. BaRTLETT Po.T,
No. 49, (i- A. R , and l'rolmtloii
Ofllcer in the rolleo Court.
If vov have any doi'btb as to the
TRl'Ttl OF THIS S,TATKMKT. WRITE
ami iNVEbTiMATK AVo ruurnntcn
every word of tlio lVillowltti;
Ktutemcut to bo true.
Dana bARXArAitiLLA Co., IIf.lfast.Mr.
UtnlltmeH Kor over eibt muutUs 1
suffered with a leatlil fslf Uueiw
Ml, I oomuuniwl to take liAXVs saii
THR SICKNESS DlSltTElllED,
so 1 redueed tbe Uom-, and tbe sli'kueM
tllabily returnod aitaln I inrreasnl tbe
dose, and the alrunrisa BKaln dr.
parlrtt, tblai time lor Rood.
I sUao RuffereU lerribljr with
IlMulsielifirterr slay lurtomeieu
snout ha before rfbrl.Uklng DANA'e)
c , nc t , nil . v 1IIT11 I
& My HEAD-
TLilt LETELY (IB.
1CUE IS COUP
ED, sad I can eat any common food I want
without tbe least I neon t eulenre. I
eouslder mr a remarkable oue.
inly lour itoiiieu, sua
am rerleetlT Cured, and Ruining In
Your. ru.- fully
Saa krasawiU. ...
Kmp tteddy, boy, an haul awa-r
We're Kot a dandy school.
TV ben flth laltke they air today.
We've got To t a k v itAx kU.
8uttvPM.y L aome bun,?, lad.
Jet' now that ain't no ntgnt
Ye wouldn't mention arub f ye ha4
Wanl. thla Uttufnpthln like. I row. .
I hope we'll twamp the boat!
Don't look to ftkeered! I guess the scow
Won't da no worM'n float.
That well, You rvally beat tbe DUhi
lliat itod Is aitry fine!
Now pay her out aft'ln, an ketch
A liAllbul on er line.
I'll I am e, If kin, the way
Tn itatt the larut nuvn;
fwi atlt a lot o' lne lo pay,
No odd Iiow far ft ram.
An when ye let-1 a mlliiy banl
W) J'ntco! 1reKoestuln!
Iiiu Mtn icrabWd my twit an all-
A halibut ou my lln!
Tlitrv'now, I'll alit right up, an yoa
MuA do Ihe lies' )p kini
I'M bait another hook or two
An cast 'tm In eg'ln.
1 aia it'a be' u throw j--r bait
An set an Itumpyer uplne
You'te not to watch rrcbancft, an watt
Ker halibut on yer Hue.
THE THKEE GIFTS.
A poor woman (tave birth to n danch-
ter. Her hnabnuil hail .ilietl few day,
before t lie lube was born, ao that she
was alone in the world anil ijulle deao
late. All her love, therefore centered
upon thin child, ninlcltnl ai she was. in
widow'a'weeds ahe clasped it fondly In
On the third day after its birth three
fairiei, who irreatly commiserated her,
CBtne to visit her, and feeing how bean-
tiful tlio infant wan und how mnch the
mother loved it they 'prouiiseil it three
The first fairy, touchiuir it with her
golden wand, said, "The day that she ie
12 years old a roe shall fall from her
mouth ever' time she laughs,"'
The second fairy then .touched it with
her golden wand. "The d.iy that she is
12 years old, she said, "every time she
weeps pearls shall fall from her eyes."
And lastly the third fairy, with golden
w&rid, alio ioucbed her, saying, "Before
your 18th year has paaned a prince shall
marry you, and you shall become a prin
cess." The mother listened to all these pro
mises, and her heart rejoiced exceeding,
ly. Siie was very, very poor, bnt she
brought up her daughter as well as she
could until she Was 13 years of aire.
The evening of the day on which she
had completed her 12th year, the girl
laugned right out with joy at something
which her mother had said, and Imme
diately the first rose fell from her lips,,
and when the mother saw It she remem
bered all that the fairies had promised,
and her motherly heart rejoiced, for she
said, "If oue promise be fulfilled, the
others will surely follow in their turn."
The girl was graceml, beautiful and
blithe, aud the roses fell from her month
like rain. The mother, without having
the trouble to gather roses, put them all
into a basket and took them to the
town and sold them. With the money
thus obUined she aud her daughter
lived frugally certainly, but neverthe
less more comfortably than heretofore.
So time went on.
It was winter, and the queen wrs go
ing to give a great ball at the palace.
She had a beautiful gown, and it was
rose color, so she wanted to have real
roses ou her head and at her bieast to
wear with it. Bhe therefore ordered the
royal gardener to bring her some, but he
said tliat so much snow had fallen that
all the roses were spoiled, and that he
could not find even one. The queen was
very angry at this aud told him straight
way that she did not believe him, but
that be preferred to leave them to
perish in the royal garden, adding tliat
she should go and seek for herself anoth
er gardener and dismiss him forthwith.
The poor gardener sighed upon hear
ing this and went to look at every gar
den far aud near to see if he could pos
sibly find any roses, but he found none.
In the course ot bis wanderings he hap
pened to pass by the cottage in which
dwelt the poor woman and her daughter.
The gardener was so bewildered by his
anxiety that be did not look to see where
be was going, and not observing a
stone that was lying before the cottage
he stumbled over it and fell down,
There was sumething coiuicaliu the way
lu which he fell, for he did not hurt him
self, but his fez rolled off his head into
the mud aud got dirtieiL
The girl, v, ho was looking out of the
window, could uut help laughing wheu
she saw tbe gardener fall, and down
dropped a rose from her mouth and fell
into the rood right in front of the gar
dener. Wheu the saw what had oc
curred she Mt a little . bit ashamed and
drew back to bide herself, but the gar
deneri as soon as he saw it, never stayed
to pick up his fez, bnt ra quickly to
seize the lose. He could uot believe his
own eyes. How did it come there? Per
haps it won done by magic. Anyhow it
was a real aud beautiful rose aud
inelled better than those of April. But
one rose was of no use to the queeu. lie
must have 10, und where could he find
Since, howetvr. it had fallen just iu
front ot that house, the people who lived
there miht know something alsmt it.
"Anyhow I'll knock,' he said to him
self. So without auy more ado he knocked
at the door, which the mother immeili
stely opened. "Well, my good man,
Knat do you wantf sue asked.
And then be told her all about tbe
queen tid the ball, and bow he had sud
denly found a rose outside her house
wnen he was almost lu a state of despair.
After the mother beard all this, she said:
"Take this one then and go to the queen
ind tell her tliat there la only one rose
tree which Is able to produce such roses,
and that on the day of the ball I will
ut some aud take her as many aaahe
Tbe gardener Immediately went to tbe
hueen with the one rose and told her
' ivhat the woman had said, whereat the
lueen was greatly overjoyed. She put
I the rose "Into her bosom, and it filled tht
j hwole palace with scent.
' When the day of the ball arrived, th,
queen ordered the gardener to fetch both
the woman aud the roses, and about
noon tbe mother arrived at the palace,
bringing with 'her a covered basket, and
after she had saluted her majesty ah,
uncovered it and prbeutd the roses to
No sooner had the queen seen them
than she was so delighted that she em
braced and kissed the poor woman
wsnnly. There were 10 dozen In the
basket, aud what rotel Each was mors
beautiful than the other.
"Madam," said the nneen, "I have a
favor to ask of you. Sell me the rose
tree wnicu Wars tlie rosea. 1 will give
you whatever ou may demand for it."
But the mother auswered: "Much Ign
ored queen, 1 cannot do this with my
rose trre. I cannot sell it. Only on.
tiling I oau do. It yon are willing, lou
I hat e a prince, and I will bestow it on
' the pnitcr, to hare It (or his own and
I to keep tt honored and loved aa if it were
a litiug piiaceaa."
I "Your wish shall be granted, madam.
, ao that we way only have the rose tree
it , i... . .-i t ..a..
v' Hand live near iiaaW"
, "I have no wish for that, your maj-
mj. -uj ivjwo view ia tue uuiy luiug s
ears for. I wish that to tut hatirvr. for
It li all I hav. to love in th. world,
1 Swear to uv. by the lif. of your too that
i it shall bo aa you say."
"I swear to you hy Ihe lifa ef my only
Matbat the tl whieh brings forth tba.
I ret, shall bs boaersd in this palace aa
I if ii-wtrta rtaU li vitaT prliuiv"
"way Ood grant yrm a long lire, my
queen. Come by yourself tomorrow,
and take away the rose tree from my
The ball took place In the evening, and
all wondered at the queen's roses. Where
had she fonnd tliem? It was unite ft mar
vel! Such flowers in the middle of win
ter! The next morning the queeu lost no
time lwfore going to secure the rose tree.
Wheu the prince heard of the agreement
which his mother had made with the
woman he jumped for joy and got a
golden vase ready In the palace In which
the rose tree was to be planted, The
qtieen and the rrlnce went together in a
gold chariot, and stopping before the
humble cottage where the mother and
dwelt they alighted. .The mother had
mentioned nothing to her daughter, ex
cept that the qneen kindly Intended to
come in person to thank her for the gift
As soon as the mother and daughter
'went out to receive the royal visitors,
the daughter, as she bent down to kiss
the queen's hand, smiled merely from a
grateful feeliug, and a rose fell from hor
mouth. The queen at first did not un
derstand how ibis came to pass, but the
prince ran immediately to pick It up to
give to his mother, and the girl behold
ing him smiled again in her great joy,
when the second rose fell.
At oue and the same monieut the
queen and the priuce understood it all.
The queen Warns very angry, because
she remembered directly that she was
bound by her. oath to receive the girl as
a daughter-in-law. She- turned, how
ever, to look at her again, when she saw
that the girl was really so very beauti
ful aud so very good that without n mo
ment's longer reserve she threw her arms
aronud her, saying alond as she kissed
her: "You are a poor girl no longer, but
a princess henceforth. Yon shall come
and live In our palace, yon and your
"Now that it has all turned out ex
actly as you wished it," she added, ad
dressing the mother, "tell me, lady co-mother-in-lan
how your daughter ac
quired so great a charui as to shower
roses from her month whenever slm
The mother immediately told her all
about the fairies and their three prom
ised gifts to her daughter when she was
an infant, and how the first and the last
promise had liotli come true.
"The second has not taken place then,"
said the queen, with some curiosity ; "how
was it that did not happen, for, poor as
you were, had pearls fallen from her eyes
you could have sold them?'
That did not happen," answered the
mother, "liecauBe I never made her
weep. I sought only to seo her happy
and smiliug. preferring to live poor in
my daughter s gladness than to become
rich by her grief."
When the queen heard tin si words alio
embraced and kisr-ed her, saying, "You
have indeed been a good mother, and it
Is an honor to a queen to make you her
The girl, who hud listened to nil that
her mother had tuiid, was .now so over
come by her emotion that her eyes filled
with tears and two large pearls rolled
down. Tlio piiuce stooped to pick them
" these are not tears of sorrow, he
aid. "They are tears of joy. 1 wiU
take them and have them made iuto ear
rings, and you shall wear them on the
day on which you become my princ'ssi"
Translated for Cassell Publishing Com
pany From the Greek by Mrs. Edmonds,
A. Good as a Contpa...
The compass plant of Asia Minor.
known all along the eastern shores of
Ihe Mediterranean aud as far east as
Arabia ami Persia, is mentioned in tho
Bible; whero the prophet refers to "that
lenseless thing which la more stable than
man, inasmuch us it always pointeth in
Uie one direction." It is an annual
ihrub, much resembling onr wild or false
ndigo, bnt witli all the branches ur
unged along its stem on the north side.
It is of the grcjte.t value to travelers of
.hose regions, who nse it with as much
usurance oI- being carried uright as does
die seaman his mariner's compass con
itrucled on the .latent scientific priuci
)les. St. Louis Republic.
A Slnltlrn ( olt.rlvli.r.
Dr. Fourthly I believe my sermon on
duceiity this morning sank deep into
Kline hearts aud did good.
Pal ishioner Y'es. as Foley and his wife
rent home he explained to eople on the
itreet car that his wife'.i hair and teeth
vere false. l.ifn.
Tl.o I'l.H.nre. of Arl.lo.raey.
There is a tamful seriousness about
the pleasures of the American aristocrat
that makes her (for it is generally the
woman who rules iu thei-e matters) a
most inleresllii!; iwy, entertaining
subject for the social philosopher. he
must seek her comradea, for example, not
so much among those whom sha likes as
among those whom she must like, and
she must devote herself tn amusement
with all the anlor of her soul and all th.
vigor of her body,
Iu the countries where an aristocrat is
born, not made, the members ot th. so-
- - . . , ; " - . " .
lect body have certain public and useful ten miles to, the southeast of the spot
fiann.Ini.u .nil tli. arorld fat ntarAatnfl ITllIA I. M
muuiuuo, aajv nvilu .aiiviyvs. .
their play because that is part of th.
public ceremonies, bnt in this happy re-
public, where all are equal, th. peOpl.
whose social affairs are chronicled In the ho had never he.ird of th. venerable city
press are tlans talked about simply be- before, but that for th. honor of Sbrews
cause they play and insist upon bell.v- f bury and the repntation of Dr, Butler
lng that the public it quite as much in- u9 felt himself bound to Bay something,
terested iu their ballt as in th. graver
affairs of state, and that it is much mor.
of an honor to wear ths tab of on. of
their coteries than to win a seat in the
They take themselves very seriously,
and they are partly right. At allevents
they do the Test of tha world very little
harm, and occasionally, no doubt, hav.
a good time. Hauler's Veekly.
Why K..ia . w hlu.
The question as to why all foam Is
white is uot an easy oue to understand,
but the fact la that foam is always white,
whatever may be the color of th. bev-
rage itself. The froth produced on' a
bottle of th. blackeat ink Is white, and
nnii 1m iiprfMoilv in mm tt not tlntrfsl
" - J . - . -
toacertaiu extern uy pamciea or in.
beverage which the bubble hold In me
chanical suspension. As to th. cause of
this whiteness, It Is sumcieut to say that
it is due to the large nutuber of reflecting
aurfaa-ea formed br th. foam, for it is
these surfaces which, by reflecting th.
light, produce upon our eye. th. iuipres
uon of white.
te ,.u,a-. il,.i .11 1..H4. m.
,""11 . - - - - . v
their colors to th. rayaof light, which
they cannot aliw-tb, and all bodies which
reflect all the light they receive, without
absorbing any. apiwur perfectly whiu,
we snail pe preiurea to unueraisim iww , A nvmij by killing him for bis hid. and mnniration wnn cniomera- anu n cou
th, multitude of reflecting surface. 1 teeth. The killing of alligators from tb 1 tlntiRiice of lm.ines through theeveuing
luriueu uy mo maw, nun w nit-ii uu uut
BDHoru any ngur, must neceosamy give
th. froth a white appearance. It is for
the aanie reuaou that any very fine aw
der appear, whit., even tba blackest
marble, wben ground to dost, losing
every trace of ita original color. Thomas
Warwick in Confectioners' Journal.
A ...ao.'a hu...u.
"Mrs. Dovekin'a trip to Keurborongh
was a great snpeeaa this year."
' "1,1,1-.11 II.. tha ml rU nf l,.r nM
. . . - ...
..NOi bnt ah. baa trot rid of her old
daughter." London Tit-Bit.
I A 1 ,n 1 It, f , T ..n,L m u..-.
this inaarintlon around Ida neck: "Don't
I U ashamed to give wily a penny. I can't
' t:T " , , .
Whenever a bird goea tony tt look I
j nP tom UMn "i llMt
1 v "y i" aa uupwians tvep.
AUTHORS' LIKES AND DISLIKE.
rnste. of Rnm. Well Known Writers M '
Keen Irmu The lr Avowal.. j
The Book Buyer has been sending out
to literary people soma blanks which '
they are required to till out, telling who
are their faVorite prnpe authors, poets,
painters, etc., their favorite hooks, heroes
of fiction, what they nut enjoy ana
most detest, and so on. Some of the re
sults are aninslng nonaisvery instruct
ive. It would lie more amusing than
anything else, for Instance, to si-e Mr.
Brarider Matthews attempt to rivoncilo
hla favorite pr writer, Hawthorne,
and hla favorite poet, Dolwon, with his
favorite ninurnl coiupo.er, N aguer; but
when, opposite the sentence, "Wliele I
should like to live." he writes "New York
of course," we liegin to comprehend a I
well as to be umused. Mr. Joel Chandler
Harris makes a very frank and rheerfnl
avowal of Ids piefurencts; It is odd to see
Uncle Remus including Landor emong
his favorite authors of pnwe; but one
would expect Shakespeare and Burns to
be his favorite poets, and it is rtmsistent
and significant tint he should write down
"The People" as his favorite musical com
posers. Mr. T. Ilussell Sullivan writes the best
lot of answers in the lot which is as
mnch as to siiy.hf' course,-that the Lis
tener is most iu sympathy with them.
His favorite authors of prose are Sterne, 1
Sir Thomas Browne; his poets, Shake
speare, Heine: his painters, Yelasqnez,
Rembrandt; his "composers," Dinner
and Sleep, which is a "goakj" his favor
ite play is "Othello," and his favorite
heroes In fiction are Mephistopheles and
d'Artagnan; his favorite heroines in fic
tion, Juliet and Beatrix Esmond; hi,
favorite heroines in, real rife, "The Un
complaining Poor." He mostly enjoys
travel, and most detects an eleetrio
street car, while the "historic event at
which he should like most to have been
present" was the interview between Eve
and the eeireutl
Miss Agnes ReppHer's answers are il
luminating aa to the character of that
gifted lady. Naturally Scott Is one of
her favorite prose writers, and Keats
goea with Shakespeare in poetry, while
her favorite comiwaers are Gounod and
Verdi. That "Marius thn Epicurean"
should be her favorite book is rather an
odd thing to eoni. warm admirer of Mr.
Pater, who doesn't share Miss ReppHer's
general romantic and sanguinary tastes
In literature. The exquisite civilization
of "Marius" seems very far away from
the silly barbariMii of "Ivanhoe." But
whether it is she who is inconsistent or
whether they are, each purty probably
would not leave it to the other to de
cide. Of course Miss ReppHer's heroine
in real life is Mary Stnart, and the his
toric event at which she would most like
to have been rrewnt was the battle of
Agincourt, No circular need come from
the mails lo find tliat out.
The literary ladies, by the way, who
have such an unwomanly taste for gore,
and who pour out so much tardy ink is
the praise of thirsty sword, illustrate
an.w the tendency of their sex to eoms
briskly in expresina; men's thoughts
just after men have ceased to think
them. Ah, well, at the same time that
Miss Repplier avows these things ah.
avows that she would rather live In
London than anywhere ele, and de
clares that the ift of nature she would
most like to have la health, which is aa
mnch as to Kty that she has it not, and
illness, and life in Philadelphia, aud a
liking for London will account for a
great many backward and morbid things
in one's understanding. Boston Tran
script. "The Crlmlaal Trpo,"
An important result of the oongreMat
Brussels on criminal anthropology has
been the discrediting of th. so called
"criminal tjpe," or habitual orimlnal.
Th. person who was born a criminal,
and must be on, "nolens volens," was
supposed to luve a smaller capacity of
sknil than tl.u average, a more retreat
ing forehead, the bat t of the head large,
the lower jaw very stroug and pro
nounced, the ears often detormed, tho
hair coarse and thick, the jieanl scanty,
Dr. Tarnovakl, of St. Petersburg, and
Dr, Naecke, from a very large collection
of data, maintained that there was nc
special peculiarity in the physique of
criminals, male or female, and the genera
tendency of the papers read ami discus
sions on the subject was to regard rrimo
aa the result of social and psychical
rather than physical peculiarities. Man
jiounn io nay noni.ining.
a .i... i-. ....i i,
llouiid to Ray Something.
AIUUIIU ll,IIC MIICIUUIC. IU lUllfCISUT
mo wen uiac ibiibui nil m cn.iuii wjioui
there was some doubt as to the locality
of a city mentioned in a Greek text, and
the lecturer addreaaed a youth who had
just come up front the fatuous Shrews
bury school, "Now, Mr. Bentley, yon are
a pupil of our great geographer. Dr. But
ler, the Atlas of our nge. who carries the
world not on his aluuldcra, but in hie
head, and you can probably enlighten us
as to the iKisilion of this ancient town."
"I believe, sir," was the prompt reply,
"tliat modern travelers are of th. opin
ion that thn city ought to be placed about
imw mTu j Jiu oh our uiap.
After receiving respectful thanks for
,s information, tho informer told Dean
, Hole as they lelt the lecture room that
. i. .1 .1.. ..i i n
, ir. ii.ni.it'.t'.bin.t.fMin.ib
Tho largest and richest private cabluet
, of minerals iu America Is said to b that
or nr. uarence u Dement, or fiuiadei-
phia. His collection fills nearly a whol.
floor of his large house, which is lighted
with pH ial reiereme to teeing his treat-
urea to advantage, and none of th. pub-
liu museums have aiwciuiens of a size,
beauty and infection to surpass thoss
that be lias len patiently gathering for
i tbe past twenty years or mor.. Th.
leaiUng dealers in tliia country hav.
standing orders to send him the best of
what comes to them, and they willingly
do so. for he is prompt and liberal in Vis
payment., being a gentleman not only or
. of enthusiasm, but of amide fortune.
- ---- ... , . .1.
mini no uur, no. mat, m .tin iu mo
utiti.ii iiiueciiiu o. mo prv'.u uu,-
er. Whilo it is dHHct.lt to aet a price on
a scientific .lection it 1. said by those
who should know that Mr Bement s
British museum as the second beat buy-
cabinet ia worth at leaat liW.0)0. New
Not.. About Alligator.,
. -...- ..- .... -
TluirAl.niith ni,l inf. 'clnr bi.ih.1.
ter than Iresn poric, auu newiu ioims
'three miles from water for a Florida
razorbaek In cool weather he buries
himself in mud and becomes dormant
nntjiit Krowawanu. Himters still make
decka of nver ate.uneia iu Florida baa
i .in,,,i hv law T.mH.t. hop.ma
very careless iu their use of lirearms. and ' nessasaniesnsof acquaintance with men -would
endanger tho lives of passenger! whom they might not otherwise meet i
in their hast to get athot before the without considerable difficulty, and who
boat got by a plump tannin Yet It is. ' might, by rubbing against eaoh oth.r,
remarkable that only one person, a serve each nther'a pnriawet or profit,
woman, was eirr wonmled tn the. It ia a striking fact that in many caset
reckless t ludllado. New York Sun. the nuinea of onr most remarkable clubs ,
- ar. misnomers, misleading to th. onini-I
lVoo..n rarry ii.gg.n. i tlated, and tbe real objeeta of the gather-
A prutnuient jeweler ta tliat he sella j lng a mystery lo th. merola-ra. A man
a number of daggers annually t women. joins a elnh for reasons of bit own,!
These are not ornaments, but terioua which ar. enjoyment, aecluaion from th. j
weapon. They are just large enough ' outer world. indeinde, fsjovlvlality
to alin aiLstlv inside a wouuiu's irown , and t-elet t acoiiainUure. He wsntt a !
I Some women have these wad. to order,
I when they ale lavishly adorned and in-
eruated with cumui atone Tfcoy at
frequently carried iu t raveling, when
th.y arainlsuued asweapou. a defMia.
TUeyar. preferred to nrvulvM. weieh
ar. lik.ly to go off summarily and m tb.
! wrong Grtotlso. Jewtltxt CtrouUr.
MANAQINQ ENGLISH FARMS.
ffco flrtult. of on IIHII,enl and Copabl.
Land Owner In Kiigtaod.
Jlr. W. J. llai rls gives a most helpful
and interesting account nf the Hal will
manor esUte. This was poor land and
much of it was untouched for long peri
ods, being treated as a summer ruu for
rattle. The investor. Mr. Harris, was
tempted at first to do "what at that time
was generally done by landlords con
solidate farms, pull down old cottages
nd iu fact Renernlly reduce the avail
able imputation nud latnir ou the-land.
Several farms fell in soon aftpr Mr,
Harris' imrchane of the estate, bnt he
was "converted" by oliaerrinif that.
where the landlord or tlw farming teu-
ant had allowed the cottagers to culti-
Tate the land Immediately around them,
the value of the land had lieen doubled
by the lalKirer without Indeed any guar
antee of iM'rmuuent resilience.
instead of destroying, the new landlord
built and repaired, and having farms on
his hands was enabled to cut olf certain
fields and allot them to cottagers. Small
farma grew up and the larger ones were
minced, Thus land was let that other
wise would not have leen moorland in
closurcs, for Instance" and it was on these
that the value of the system made itself
at once apparent.
Land not valued nt. niore than five
shillings ier acre In its rough state be
camn, when meadow land, worth from
thirty to fifty shillings, and as the cot
tages were in demand the population
increased, and farmers knowing that
labor conld always be obtained took the
large farms, reduced, though they were.
W safes have risen from ten and eleven
shillings to twelve and fourteen shillings
Mr. -Harris says he made the mistake
of working his vacant farms with bail
iffs; thinking, as the land was In low
condition, hn might do it better than a
tenant. But, as he says. It la the laborer
who known best and who 6ncceeds,pro
vided he has not more land than he can
manage. One of these small holders now
has fifty acres and gives occasional em
ployment. Ope secret of the small farmer's suc
cess is that one man works on his farm
for no wages at all, and that hf the farm
er himstlf. The sinall farmers help each
other, and they seldom let a crop stand
too late or get behindhand, as is the fash
ion with some misguided men, who un
derman their large farms and depend on
outside lalnir for chronic emergencies.
The harm that a large landowner can do
by farming meanly is incalculable.
London Saturday Review,
(11,1 Tim. "R.Ttewlns;."
The first age of the great modern re
views and magazines was an age of kicks
and rough horseplay. Party sph-it ran
high under the regency, and literary
criticism, so far from being the "disin
terested" affair which Matthew Arnold
demands, was avowedly mn upon polit
ical lines. Libel snlts and challenges
rained npon magnzine editors. Jeffrey
and Moore went through the forms of a
duel. Th. Chaldee manuscript had tn lie
suppressed in the second edition, and.
cost Mr. Blackwood a thon&and pounds
as it was. Aggrieved persons lay in wait
for editors in the street. ,
Thus one Mr, Douglas, of Glasgow.who
had been roughly handled in "Maga,"
cam. to Edinburgh and horsewhipped
Blackwood, and was In turn beaten by
Blackwood, who had re-enforced himself
meanwhile with a cudgel and with the
Ettrick Shepherd. H. A. Beers in Cen
urv. A Strang.. Accident.
"The strangest accident that ever fell
within my obervntion." said Harold
Chapman to a friend iu the Lindell, "oc
curred at my home iu Medicine Lodge",
Kan. One da iu May. lfMO, 1 was
driven into the honse hy a thunder
shower The ruin moderated in a few
minntes, however, und I took a chair
and sat out on the porch. My youngest
boy was playing with a tin cup, catch
ing water from the rain pipe and pour
ing it along a rut iu tho floor. The water
ran along this rut out onto the cistern
platform. W'htlo he was stooping to fill
the cup from the rain pipe a flash of
lightning came, seemingly attracted by
the Iron cistern pnmp. The current
leaped from the pump ttrthe current of
water tout ran along the porcn a no
flashed along its course to the end.
"As providence, accident ill luck or
something else would have it ourThomas
cat had come out from the kitchen and
was standing close to the wet gutter
made by pouring or the water lh cat
received the full benefit of the Hash, and
- - .
lav scorched and dead In an instant.
L - . .,.,,..., 1
Now I saw that Hash distinctly, and
... ., , ,
"w tTel 'n "". '"VJ JnPon
at gulUT to the cat. If my boy had
been there tha result wonld have been
tbe same. If he had not, why I suppose
it would hav. Iieen attracted toward one
of us and serious results might hav. fol
lowed. I slightly imagine that I ow.
my life to that cat's Hi fate, 1 am much
obliged to the cat." St. Ixmls Q lobe
Democrat Tho Knilowm.nl of Dangtil.rs.
Tli. propriety of endowing daughter!
. i . . aM.,i a '.. in
ptR-nt w tra iiuiT Dinuu,y i-'' --
different parts of the country. Thit
, . " .
ria0fl nartlv out Of A liTOWlnff aenw or
I wio.. which, th. philosophers say, Is
ths lost sentiment to le developed in tne
case of women, and partly out of the
commercial exigenclea which lu th. last
twenty yean bay. left stranded ao many
women with no meant of livelihood.
Th. endowment of daughters would ac
complish several ends. It would enable
! tnM,V t marrj. the men of Jheir choice,
! i, , m .,,tn,,ri iii.ni If they do not
; ,i i ,-jiae of commercial disss-
, j,, fnrnl,h ,t lea,t temporary
proTWo fnr t14 (mMy Th. matter
hs, pro,. ntil the methods ef en-
aownlentl in different conntries.are nn-
According to Sir Henry Main, it was
lh naMnir of th Roman dowry into
FTBca al,.r tt conquest of (hiul that
ha. msda of France th. richest and most
prosperous 0f nations. It Is unlikely,
however, desirable as It might be, that
lU and self denial th. bum-
M , Frenchman rraotiuea to l.y said.
, jj. dangbter't dowry wilt appeal to a
I : . i ii.an- .
naVUTII SCOU"l"llini l.'J
impatient forswift results at this.
rrsy suss joint s i ).
, within a few yesr. the craze for clnb.
hu nttaiti t0 caWfi, of society and
, both aexea until almost every man and
boy In th. comrunntty la a member of I
som. club, and niauy ladles hav. inir
clubs at which to meet their friendt ana
talk over ths fashions or more serious
, .. .1,. . 1.1, ,k. r.
1 HIS over liio i-iin,ii w. ,,
(.i..,-.., nwn hwom. - ,
pl they seemed to think It wat some-
thing in th. way of enjoyment which
i they had overlooked, whla bnsinoss men
fonud In it a new and quick wayof coin-
as wen as nunng tue nour. v. uaj.igui.
' The club served also to the men of bulb
, place at which he may meet a friend h
wants the I. me of the nlub and the priv-
' lUg. of rubbing against whom ht rt
ganls a bia supariof. in many things,
' rrouUrly buuis and waalth-alfd
' h. doeaa't ear. about th. objecU of tb.
organ tzatiou if tbw. b any other than
what he u ttww. lor. ts.w xotk limos.
A NOBLE CAUSE.
Commander James 8. Deai, of Centra!
Grant Post, 0. A. 11 . Itoudout, N y ,
contracted an ar
trouble la theArniy
which resulted U
Plij,lf Ism without
but bt suffered un
told misery until
he used Or David
J Kennedy . Favor.
' Ite Remedy, of
Command. r D.an. Iondout, a. Y
" After mine It a week, says Commsn
der Bern, I felt better, and In a short
while was entirely cured, that tirrlbl.
dhlrrss slid food breaking tip snir lit auy
throat had all sone. To-day, tbprt Isn't
a healthier man on earth, Conradts I
if jou'ie not wtll, try this great medicle.
on ray recommendation, fi's (iiarantsed
to dire or mnnty refunded.
i nesire, aayi
bur I, Hale, of Pralt
Post, a. A. It., King
ston, N. Y., to re
quest my Comrades
lo me Dr. Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy, if
la.SallRhrutn.Cnnsll. palton. Rheumatism.
Kidney or Urinary.
Troubles. It cured O.aM.raaMtrBih.
me nf a most horrible caps nf Salt Rheum.
Physicians gave me up but Favorlle Rem
edy healed every aote, strengthened my
nerves aud nmsclts, I now enjoy lift."
Koiiiid His reason for I lie great unpularfly ol
Wood's Karsapartlla simply this. itoou's
(TRr. he sure lo get Moon's.
r The stimulate nholesoni. curiosity
In the mind of the child Is to plant
Piles of people have piles, but lit Witt's
Witch lllzle. halve will pur. Item. T n
The richest man lu th. national
house is Johjt Ii. .Mitchell, of Wlscou-
xin. His wealth Is estimated at from
".!.-,,lyiOc lo !KVi,W,UOU.
Small lu size, are.it In remits: De Witt's
Little Karl? Itinera. Uest nllli fnr r'pn.ll.
pallon, heal for Sick Headarhe, best fnr
Sour Ntomaeh. Thai neyer etlpe T. II.
Paris heap cooks have organized a
culinary academy, its purpose being tu
cousene and foster the flue art of the1
Sweat breath, sweet stomach, sweet tern.
per, and result from the use ot l)a Wnt's
i.uiie t.arlj insert, the famous littlt pills.
T. I). Thomas.
All the poetry and gqn play has uot
yet been eliminated from life in th.
far w.st. A Cheyeun. paper tells of
the killing of seven men in the vicinity
of Hyattvllle, WyM oue day recently.
Xlsbt shall be filled with suu.lc,
And tha carta that Infest tht say
Miall fold their tents likt tht Arabs,
And as silently steal away.
Just like a Cough or Cold does after yoa
use Pan-Tina, the. great reaiedr for Cigas
Culds and Consumption, 23 and 50 cents at
T. n. Thomas' Diug Store-
Peat and ill led muck ur. good alu
aoibeuts lu th. stable and should be
used lu this manner before applying
to Ihe laud.
lev. C, r. Ilr.ok.
ays that his little girl Is troubled with
malaria very severely, and '.hat since he
gave her Sulphur Millers, lit never-tbloks
nf leaving New York for his summer re
tort without a few bottles, for they always
cure his family, and ait far superior lo
Xoue1l-apMilnted kltiuen 'or bakery Is ever
without fiavnitng extrspls of some ktuO. The
very licit obulnahte now are huh's-fleaa Fla
vorlnir Extracts. Price 10 its.
Hie running sweet potato vines
should be gently lifted from time to
time to prevent their faking root and
starting new growths.
Mr. James Lambert, of New BriiRtwIrk,
Illinois, says: "I was badly afflicted with
rheumatism In the hips and legs, wben I
liouslua bottle of t'hambeilalo'a Fain
Halm. It cured me In tin te days. lam
all right today and would Insist oa every
one, who Is alflicled with that terrible dis
ease, to use Chamberlain's fain Balm and
cet well at once." Kor tale by N B. Kt
tier, Lehighton, and W. F, Blery, Weill
port. Rdw. C. I'nnk. 513 Adams Avenue, Kcrantou,
Pa. , stales that lie eoililtcrn Dr. mill's Oougll
M) rap the most ealeacloiis remedy lor caught,
colds, etc., lie has )et found.
AsparagtiH needs considerable water,
and does b.st In a showery season, It
ueeils also rich aoll and and plenty of
room fur ita long roots.
1 have beeu a great tufftrer from catarrh
for ever ten years; had It very bad, could
hardly breaths. Some nights I c.uld not
sleep and had to walk the lioor, I pur
chased Ely's ('ream Halm and am nsiag It
i tu.iru i.ij . .'jr.m i..,ii. anu ia using IV
I fieely, it It working a cure surely. I hate
I J I . . V - a I. a.
an-iaru arvrsai irirnui iu us u, ana mui
army remiss lu etery case. It la tht med
icine above all othert for catarrh, and It tt
worth itt weight In sols'. I thank 0J (
have found a rtmtdy I can us. with safety
ami that does all that Is clalml tor It- It'
Is ciuinc my deafness. B. VT. Bperry,
All the wearing articles that are lost
belong lo women.
Rn.fcl.a't Arnlra Bat.,
Hie best salve lathe world for Cuts, krulses,
Sores: I'lrrrs, Kail niimun, Fever Mores, Tetter,
baiiped Hands, Chilblains Domes, aad all skin
eruptions, and s,ittlvel) cures Plies, or ao us
required. It Is guaranteed to glva perfect tails
faction, or liiooej rclunded. Price ii cenlsutr
box. J-or sal. by Beher lalilglil.n: aa. Hiery
Th. father nf Ailralu, th. asostle
poiul lif, was a beggar.
USi: DANA'S SARSAPARILLA. IT.
"THK KIND THAT CURES."
ears into rainbows.
The wind from the North blowt sharp
, , ; r , : : v Ti
I nndB kM7nuluu,.?ll' '.'ud .m ."
Sil? quickly rl? v oe"ou. cifr " T
: ). Thomat.
Tho Hnw(J of a wild duck Is SO miles
.. . . , .
-uunay, uie oueuiai a -uoiar. was a
! mepnern son.
, VMt liANAHAaAPARn.rA. it. TH
A rriai of Urmr baktof ww(Il H.kTiiHt "
aJI In Is-ava-alui imlh - rajstti ruit(f khui
naM,arUlllanl rOUtl ht-tatOlt
IlWaJ gaaiiiK row ifi o , ioq iri
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