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TRAVEL VIA THE
11 Is tho 'illy Uni' riiundmdii I'llv tnrnimli
lciier nnd Hult Ijihc i lit, u mule in Him
Francis nnd oilier I'lillfurtiln points, ami U
known us tho "Scouio line" lo lliu I'ni'llli
co l- Tho IliirlliiKion limits runs ncr its
own truck everyday In Um your. I'niuploU
trains of I'lillniiiii I'nhieo I. iir mill Klt-until
Day I'nnrhra ItclHeon
Denver nnd Chicago,
Denver ft ml Knn. City,
Denver and Omaha,
Kansas City and Peoria,
Kansas City and Chicago,
Lincoln and Chicago,
Lincoln and St. Louis,
Lincoln and Peoria,
Lincoln and Knn. City,
Making direct eonnis'llonsln I'nlnn Depot
forull HiliitM North. Knsl, Hnulli nml wml,
11 Is iho I'lonccr IMltlim Cnr I.I no liclwccu
Missouri rlxuruml I'hlriiijo. Meals only 7x
Tin' Ihirlliutin Illnlug I'm wore Imlll ox-
Fiifly for the sendee nml mo inunintiMl mi
Irclyln llio liiirmnlor uur putnuiH.
ITlrt THKHHOHT LINK IIICTWKIJN
LINCOLN AND OMAHA,
Via llin Aliliiiut Cul-olT, iniiUliiK direct i
neotlon with trains rorHI.I'inil, Minn. noll
Chli'MKiMimt nil polulH Kind nml NnrllifiiHt,
1 lie illiuriuns or llio l.lnrolu-dhlcnun hU'
era vln I hi impiilnr rout nm tit lilty ( Htlro.eor
Omul lOtliM"., whero berths uuty bo secured
m nil) null'
A KHrlrtlty In nmilfiof Oeciiu Hleamslilp Tick
, nun iMriic contemn iilluiratr In lo tlm old
country or desiring tn send fbr their frlc nilsshouM
not roll to (Mim-HiKiiiil ttli no. Our mil. nm tin.
linrtMl, niidourfiicllltlcuiii-MUn1ed,nNwn repre
sent each and cvely line uiiimiIiijc the Atlantic.
City Pass. Aitt., I.lmmln.
r h. kustim, u. w, nor imr.mc,
lcu. Pass, nml T'kt AkI tlnnornl M'ger,
J. II. V. HAWKINS,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT,
HiilMliitrH completed or In course of erection
roin April I, Itwlt
ihirlnrm black. 0 K ontgomery, lllli nml N
. ilo do I, W lllllliiinlor, llthncnr.V.
lteetnumnt (Odells) U K .Monipiumry, N new
Ilealdcnce, J J Imlinrr, J nml lh.
tin J I) Msofnrlaiiil. y nml I llli.
ilo Julin Zcliriniir. I) nml 111 ti.
tin Albert Watkltm. 0 hot mil nml tOth
ilii Win M Uimnnl. K liel Oth ami 10th
ilo J K llced, M I), F bet 1Mb nml 1 7th
iM liOM llnlilwln, II lift lHth mul 1Mb
HsiilUrium building nt Mllfonl, Nub,
Hit". llaptlst church, I ttli ami K street,
ortuary ea i t.d and nvijirliu to nb at Wytikn
Hootno :i'l mul ill
DR. B. B. Powers,
Gold, Silver and Porscclain Crowns Insert.
cd on roots ot teeth. Sets Inserted without
plslc. All operations llrntxlnss and war
1 1 14 O Street over Klllott's.
nCONOJIY IS M'KAIiTII.
All tho l'ATTKUNH you with to uo hirln tho
year, for nothing, (a aaviog ot from $3.00 lo $4.00), by
THE CAPITOL CITY CODRIER
MithTwl Ordtrs for Cut Pspar Pitttnuof
your own uUetlon aiid of any tlxa.
OTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR,
$3.25 (THREE TWENTY-FIVE),
m Or nil tlio AlaffBZlnoM. i
ktaimno flToaie, T'ocNi, and uTiiin Lrmuiri
ATTHcnrv3SS.- combininu Autiitic, Hcisn.
Tine, and llousmioui mattkiis.
SthlMtrateil wllh Original Htret Knarav
i9t,i'hatotiravurr, Olt J'lPturfm anU
Mitt Wooiteut, mukliif it the JUodetMaaa-.
Ins of .Imrrfifti.
Qtch Mi-.'uzlno coMtatnsu coupon onlcr entitling
Ihs holilor ta tho sih'ctlon of any p&ttrm llluitrsttil
Sl tlif fs.tilou avrtnieni in tfiut number, sad in
sty of llu tlico tnsiiuftcttinxl, miking pstttnis
f trlnst the your of tlio valuoof over three dollira.
OKMOItrf;T MONTHLY Is Ja.tly tniltledlho
I7nrld's Model Maj-azluc. 7us largest tn Form, tbe
Attft hi Circulation, au-l tto bet TWO Oollir
family Msgat Ino isn til. PK8 vlll be the Twenty,
ftmnh ymr ot lis puSlIcs'.ion, and It stands st tno
be nt of Family 1'erloulcsls. It cnntalus Til pages,
lartc qunrtn. MxUH Inches, eletrsnUyprlottid and
fully illustrated. lubllrtcd iy W, Jcoatuge
Deoiunwt, New York
- And by Special A4jrswssesit 7om
.'' Uned sarltk fkm
emM Cily Cmter at $3.25 Per Tear.
THE CURI08ITV SHOP.
Orly Loiomntl Itnllillnt In th Unlttnl
nlat llnlilvrln' Klnt Ri.ln.
Th flrtt locomutive mad by M. W Bild
win win n nilnlntura iiRino which drw cnr
with (light iviMoiigeni It won tbown In (iiiIh
Ik for Iho llrnt llmo nt I'mlo1! munoiiin,
I'hllnddlpbln, on April Co, I8M. In IKU no
rroolTMl nn ordpr from thn I'lillndolphM nml
Onnnnntown llnllronil coniMiny for a loon
tnntlvo, nooonlhiR to n plnn of UoL ti II.
U)tK, U. H. A,, which wn plnrml on thn roml
Nov, BJ of tlio Mima year Though lt own
wrlght wim llnilUxl to flvn ton. It wan iililn
to pull thirty tons nt a rnto of flftoon mllin
nn hour, AcconlliiR to the ndvcrtlncnii'titH ,
In thn nnwtMpor of tlmt ilny It rnn dally
wlioii tlio wpnthor ww fnlr, but on rnlnv dnyx
hnrsmnir iittarhtwl to Um cnn. M. W.
Hnldwlu itiih not mi Kii;lllmian, but n
nntlvn of Kllrnbflthtiiwii, N J., wbrrn hn
wnii Inirn Don. 10. 1TK.V. HU father, n car
rliigo nmkiT, dliii when AlntthliiA ivn 4
yrmrn of ngo, mid hU tiintlmr, hnvlng lost nil
prnwrty left by his fnllwr through tlu inl
mnnngi'inrnt of thouxccutoi-H, wmobllgoil to
upHrt hnr fmully of Itvu chlldrun by tier
own exurtloin. At tlm iip of 10 Mntthlnn
bcRun to li'iiin tlio Jowclor'M triulo In I'liiln
dclphlii, nml nhmi Ukviiiiu nn (ixiort MorU
"I Ilo Nnl Lot Tbrr. Ir. I'rll."
Tlie lllioa qtintnl Ixilnw vrrtn writ ton hy
Tom llrnwii, lio wit iMirn In tOM nml died
In 1704. Tlioy nroi
I iluimi Inn) iIipi. Or IVIll '
TIip minim hy I citiitiol U'lli
lint thin I know (nil null
I do not luo tlni', )r Kcll.
Tlionim llrown, iIiwi'IIkiI by Addlnnn n
"of fnratloun nu'inory." him the nuthor of
numnniu iIIiiIhuiii'h, lettcnt, pooinn nml otlmr
lulmiOliilili, llrt coIIihiUmI Id ITU? I)r
Johtutoii ivfcfH to blm In hl" 1,1 fo of Dry
don" n n iniin of Komn ability, but who Inlil
out nil hht Kwur uK-.n "mnull JcM nml gnw
bulTiKinvry, no that hli iH-rfiinimiuiw Imvo llt
tlt Intrlimlu vnluo." NotwithtUiuilliiK nil
verso opinion rolutlvoto Drown, thu Jingling
conceit about Dr. Fell, owing to It quotnhlo
iiok.1, Mtourcd him u nirhn In nil quotntlon
booki, nml It linn Imvu iiwmI by tuitnyn writer
nml nmny n publlu H'iiki'r, mid wlllcontlmie
to bo. Thero nrn n givitt mmiy Moplo who
nro fnmillnr with lnigfolluw' kxiuii who
bcliavohu wns thn author of tlicno linen.
llin ClirUlliin f.ru.
Tho ClirUtiiin Em U tlio term given to tlio '
great ern from which nil Clirlntlmn enmputo
their time. It wnii ruppowil to corrviiond
with tho (Into of tlio blrtli of Chrlxts but, no-
cording to mum of the lilgliiwt nutliorltloi,
Ctirlat wim Utni four yivirs twforo tho com.
tnencemeut of our era. The practice of rtcU '
Onlng time from the birth of ChrUt wan In
troduced In tlio Cbrlitinn church nbout the
Sixth contury Tho practlco bocmno gun-,
oral nbout tho middle of tho Klftconlh con
tury. Chronologonhnvo divided tho time twtweon
rreatlon mid tho birth of Clirlut Into ncva. I
Pint ngo (cmitlon todclugei, 4(XM-Utl II C !
ecnnd ngo, to tho coming of Abraham Into
Cannnn, !SltSIU): third nge, la the nxodu
from Egypt, IWI-UOl, fourth ngo, to the
founding of tiolouum' lomplo, HIHHOM,
fifth ngu, to tho cnpluro of Jcruimloiii, KIM-
I &8d, sixth ngo, to thu birth of Christ, 5H5-4
U. C. Wo nro now In the noventh ngo, no
cording to this chronology.
Kittling Urowneil llnillva.
Tho bod Ion of drowneil Mirxona are somo
times brought to the surfneo of tho wntor by
the firing of ordunnco near tho ol This
effect Is produced when the body baa boon in
tho water for some time nnd linn hocomu
through chemical procvKw nearly equal In
gravity to the wnter Itwilf, ao thnt n vory
slight disturbance of tho water will camw the
body to move, When n gun is tlmi tuvir the
surface of tho water a (wirtinl vacuum It
created by tho cxploHiou near tho mouth ot
tho cannon, the atmospheric pruMturo on the
surfneo is doci-onsetl nnd the wnter tends to
rise to till the vacuum, causing little waves
to rise. Also, bubbles urn HIiernUiL This
upward motion bolug felt from boiuMith, tin
body will rise with oven o ullght n force nt
tho top. Tho perveutngo of uccoKiful nt
terapU to ralso drowutHl bodien by this me
thod is very suinCL
Tlio Holy Number.
8oven Is n holy or fortunate, rather than
lucky, number There nre seven dny In
creation, seven spirit before tlie lml, seven
beavons, seven ChrUtlnu grne'S, oven ngs
of man, seven mmllcMttckH, seven ulnrs, seven
hours In Itovelations. The nlehemUta rwog
nlted tho reptition of seven in iinture, nud
mailo It a nuiglo number, with tbnlr woven
metals gold, silver, iron, quicksilver, lead,
tin, copper Tliore wctv seven rluimploiis of
ChrlsU-udom, iicrontlug to the legoinl, seven
sleepetv, aoven wonders of the world. The
consideration of K-veu as iHiing a number of
wonderful Import Is thus ns old ns tlio tlms
of the writer of tho Old Testament,
The first l-i.llllrul I'nrtlra.
Tho two Klltiral jmrtlrs of tlio early days
of the republic wore l-Yderal am) Republican.
The Federal party believed thnt the Unite)
States should take a ilnco among the nations
of tbe world, not as a confederacy without h
head, but as n strong nntlotu The Iteput'll
can party looked on thn Union as an aggre
gation of individual uNUoa The central
tlguro of tho Federalists, though not their
leader, was Washington, the lenders wore
Alexander Hamilton and John Adams. The
loaders tf the Republican party wcro Jeffor
son, Madison, Calhoun, Grundy and othsrs.
The effective force of the French army
when preparing for tbe battle of Gravelotte,
the first decisive battle of tho Franco-Prussian
war, was '.JTU.OOO, although the array was
nominally rated at 310,000. Tbe Oerman
army was 447,000 mon, In three divisions,
commanded respectively by Qen. Von Steuv
metx, Prince Frederick Charles and tbs
crown priuoc, MacMahon buil about 150,000
men at Sedan and tho Germans iMO.000.
Baxalno surrendered 173,000 men and ollloert
renetrtttlnn. Not Dlstanoe,
Tho big gunn made ubrond ore not tested
for tbeir ntsoluU carrying (inwors, but for
their penetrativb powora. Thus the targets
at which they are aimed are not placed to
learn so mucb how far they will carry tu how
deeply the shot will pouotntte armor of
given thickness. Two, three nnd five miles
aro tho usual distances at which the targeu
are placed. It has been estiiuuted that m
biggent guns, thewoon the Italian ironclads,
and some of tho largest Kngluti guns, can
throw a shot u distance of elovcti miles wltb
According to German and English nota
tion, a billion lanrnlllkon millions, l,000,us
000,000, by the French and American not.
lion, it is a thousand millions, l.OOO.tXXJ.Oua
Tbe arguments of ease in writing and read
ing are all In favor of, the Frencn system,
and It mcy be that tfiey have woo as to
adopt It; if they havssjt, It Is strange taai
wo should mfer Ute .KTStich and Italian ts
Ibe German and KagHsfa system.
YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN.
DEVOTED TO THE ENTERTAINMENT
OF DOYS AND GIRLS.
Thn NlBhtlngnlr, Which from Anrlont
Tlinen IIhk llrrii llin Ttirinn of IWrt
ami tlm llrllslil of Ml Who Hut
llrnril It Wonilriiu Hiiiib.
Thn tilghtlngnln In well known a tlio rtnrxt
of notigHtuni. It in n nntlvn of mnuy pnrbt of
Kuropo mid Aaln nml thn north of Africa.
It In i bird of ptuuige, oxtomling lln mimmer
mlgrntlotM In tlio continent of ICuropo nn far
north nn tlio nm III of Hncdcu. It fnHiienti
thlcketflnud hnlgonnud low, ilnmp incnilowi,
Thn nightingale mnmlly Ix-glns Its song in
the ovrnlug, mid slugs, with brief intervals,
throughout tho night. Tho variety, loudnwi
nml rlehiioM of Its note uri eipuilly extrnof.
dltmry, nml Its long, ipilwrlug ktnilus nre
full of plnlutivoiu'Mi. Thn iilghtlngnlu hns
been n favorite from inot nnoiciit times, ami
W often niciitlnmil In ilm MMtrynf Imllnnnd
IVrsIn, ns well unof (Iivpim utnl Homo. The
loves of the nlghtiugiiliimid tho rose nro n
fanciful thetno In whieh ivibtorn KX-t de
light The nlghtltigalo much reiublii tho
nilhrcnit In mmiuers, ami In equally pugnii
elom. Illtil catchers generally prooura night
Ingnlei for cage bints prnvlous to tho jvilrlug
w'noii, ns they then hofomo aiily rvcouclleil
to eoulluement, whereas. If taken after pair
ing, they fret and pine until thov din.
Hi. lo I'liiy Timiil.
Ijiwii ti.iinls, says I-Munrd P. Mnc.Mullcn,
tho New Yorl. Uiwn Tennis club champion,
Is n gmno for thought. Many players lm
nglne that tho only thing about It Is to git
tho bnll over tho net Ut every player
when ho makes a stroke have a reason for
making It In this way lm docs It, and If It
turns out badly let blm try to sen tho nnson
Another till ng it would 1 well to remem
ber Is tlmt Iho uucp4ctd it always terribl.
Very often It jxiys to innko u stroke simply
localise your opKuout doiss not exiK-et it,
Good players sometime get Into tho hnblt of
playing too much by roto so that you can tell
exactly where they am going to put tho IwlL
If your antagonist doesn't know whnt yon
aro going to do It has a demoralizing effect
In service theru should lint be too much
dllTercnco between tho spetsl of tho first and
second bnll. A very swift first service ts al
most always very uncertain. Mr Mm'Mtillen
belloves In placing tho service and hitting
thu second hall fairly hard even at tho risk
of making n double fault. On the question
whether it is licttor to play a placing game
with tho ball at a fair rnto of soed, or n
very hard but not so certain gmno, ho ex
presses himself ns decidedly in favor of tlio
V"uilrs of tlio Animal l(lii;iloiii
Tho microscopic world is full of wonders.
Them am tiny little cteaturcs which, not
withstanding their extreme mimitcncxs, pos
sess In some cnefi n surprisingly complicated
internal crgaulsm. Their form is, as n rule.
tlxed, yet some of thorn change their shape
at will, and present to the eyes or thoastou
ished observers so many dltrcreiit asfiects
thnt at the expiration of five minutes they
ennuot lie recognized, At one moment they
nre globular or threo cornered, nn instant
after they aro wen taking on tho nppearwico
of a star.
Acconlingly, tho-so crentuivs, with their
deceptive changes of form, bavo receive! the
name of rrotei, from the famous sea god of
antiquity, who by hU wonderful metamor
phose was enabled to elude attempts to catch
Some animalcules of this class surround
themselves with wlf produced feet llko living
roots, th arrangement of which thoy are
scon to vary in n thousand ways. Somotlmes
thoy extend them to nu immense length
sometimes they withdraw them entirely
Thoy spread them out separately, join then,
together, or cntwino them hko tho locks of a
One Mttln Hbon.
"I belong," said the llttlo shoe,
"To a baby fair with golden hair
With dimpled smiles
And cuunlng wiles
And eyes of blue,"
"What do you do,
You little shoo,
All the dayr
Tell roe. ! pray,
UtUe shoe, mutt you dor
TDK WKK 8110IC A-OAIUNQ DOES.
"UpMulrn nml down," said the wee shoe,
"Two llttlo feet,
Dolnty aud sweet.
Indoors and out,
Aud take me too."
"Wltsre do you go, you dear weo shoef
Do you woary,
For land and sea,
For something uovrf"
"Bometlmes I snll," said tbe wee shoe,
"Across tbe aea;
Tvrlxt you aod roe,
It Is not beat
To tell the rest!
I'm flaby's shoe."
Stephen O Irani was born In Bordeaux
(Trance, in tho year 173a lie dlod tn 18:11.
(VWcn's public Latin school was foundoi
PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE.
A I'npulnr Manltarj Teat Condemned
Curiosities ol llin Healing Art.
A test for sower gns, which has been ex
tensively recommended of Into, consists In
ex)xnlng to tho suspected atmosphere pieces
of ier moistened with n solution of sugar
of lend The piece of pner nm supposed to
Indicate tho presence of thn dreaded gns by
turning blnck. Popular Science Nows now
pronounces this test entirely unrellablo and
only ludlratlvoof the presence of sulphuret
ted hydrogen, a very dlsngreeablo gas, but
notesecially dangerous In small quantities
It is truo, nccordlng to tho authority quoted,
thnt tho nlr of sowers usually contains mom
or lew of this gns, but this Is not nl ways the
ease, ns such test piqiein hnvo tieen exKwol
for hnlf nn hour over the open mouth of n
very oITrnslvo sower without tlinsllghtestdls
coloration taking plncn Them Is no dcllulte
test for sewer gas known, nnd It Is much bet
ter lo nvoid nil possibility of Its presence
than todcciiil iijion any chemical tests for
ludicntinnsof its existence.
I'nstenr's Trrnltnnnt f Ilvilropliiibln.
In referring to Pasteur and his treatment
of hydrophobia. Helaiien mentions that two of
"tlio iNitfeiltH tmntisl by Pastour for ralili
havadlixl during tho present yenr One of
llieso wns n boy, ngisl I, wlio was bitten by
mad dog nu Dec. 0 Inst, nud was under treat
ment nt Pasteur's Institute from tho 12th ol
Deermlter IH87. until the 7th of January th'
year lln dliil of hydrophobia on .Inn 2J
Tho second ease wns that of a woman, aged
la. She wns bitten ou Jan ' of thn present
yenr, and wns placed under Pasteur's treat
ment on Jnn. V!U Shu died on Feb. 17 of hy
A Itemnrkithln I'nsn ol Skin nritftlmr.
Or lleilnrd, n French physician, has sue
cossfullv experimented with skin taken from
iHiiicnth the wing of n chicken, as a graft for
wounds on u human being Ilo finds that
tho skin of birds nnd fowls lias tho nil
vantage of being supplo, delicate and vascu
lar. that it Is readily adapted to tho surface
of n wound, where It ndheree without under
going absorption, fly tills menus a severe
burn of the scalp, measuring three Inches by
two nnd of eight months' standing, wns ci
catrized and completely healed in two
Klesiirn nt Dm 1,1 p.
Fissure of tho Up, or chnpped lips, Is an
annoying trouble mid unless properly treated
Is generally somewhat ohstlnnte Journnl of
Health ndviscs, ns tho quickest wny to cum
it, to draw n stick of lunar eaustlc over the
wound, slightly burning tlio snmo. The
operation is painful only for a moment, nud
improvement commences nt once. After
cauterizing, "camphor loo" should be fre
quently nppllcd. and. ns n rulo, tho wound
will lienl lu threo or four days.
Chloroform nml ttin Kleclrlc Current.
Remarkable elfects in tho treatment of
facial and other forms of neuralgia aro
claimed by Professor Ailnmkinwlcz from thn
combined nctlnu of chloroform and tho con
itant electric current Tho nlectrodo Is made
of hollow charcoal. Into which the chloro
form Is Introduced, nnd from which the cur
rent sends it into tho tissues Tho nctlon of
tho consta f current ami tho chloroform pro
duco n burning sensation, followed by local
nmesthcsln, oxcopt where tho norvea nro deep
seated, as in sciatica.
I Sure Cure r a rtty.
When you feel that pricking pnln and see
tho fatal llttlo sK)tof red on tho eyelid thnt
surely fortells tho coming of a, sty, bavo no
fears for the result, but put In a small bag a
tenspoonful of blnck tea, on which pour
enough boiling wnter to moisten, ns soon nn
cool enough put It on tho ovo, nnd let It ro
muln until morning According to Harper's
Dazar tho sty will in all probability tie gono,
if not, ono more application will tie certain
to remove It
For tho treatment of poisonous wounds
made by Insect n physician advises tho direct
application of hartshorn, cologne wntor or
vlnegnr This is usually all that Is needed, but
sometimes a wrson may bo stung by a great
mnnv bees or wasps at onco. In which caso
fainting may Ito produced, which will call
for internal stimulants, such as hartshorn,
wlno, brandy or tho llko
Authority Itoveuls Impnrtunt Se
crets of luceess In Society.
To "get on In society" Involves much that
is not Included In any code of etiquette
Mrs. Jherwood, ono of our lending social
authorities, gives, however, some pertinent
ndvlcoto tlie women who wish to succeed!
She should never show n fractious or per
emptory irritability In small things, she
should lo patlont if a friend keeps her wait
ing; she should beir, as long ns sho can, hent
or n draught rather than mako others un
comfortablo, she should not Ihj fussy alnmt
her MipoRcd rights, sho should yield rather
than Insist, upon the Ix-st seats. All society
is founded on those concessions. Wo nro not
always wrong whon we quarrel, brt we
should never quarrel in public; nor should
we, If wo moet our doodllost foo In a friend's
house, refuse to recognize him. That is neu
tral territory, and wo nro bound to rospoct
our hostess and her feelings.
A woman who would fill a high place in
society must bo unselfish, considerate, full of
momory, complaisant., amtablo and honor
able; sh must do n thousand gracious things
for which she will never bo thanked; she
must stand at her post when dying of fa
tigue, sho must talk to bores. Tho post of
honor is the post of danger. Sho must submit
to criticism, sho must bo nttacked, sus
pected, called selfish, proud and conceited,
false, pei baps, although her constancy may
bo perfect, but sho must novor show that she
feels these attacks. She must never ndver
tise her own failures, never complain that
she was not Invited, that sho bid been badly
treated, that she had made a failure, that she
had regretted her own lack of success. Tho
world dors not cart for our failures; It re
ceives us generally al our own rating, nnd
unless a person Is dismally sulky, or absurdly
pretentious, or abominably vulgar, she will
get on wed enough.
Cue Thing unit Another.
"Nlco" Is a wonl tabooed In fashionable
circles. All superlatives am alto bad form.
If you wish to praise anything highly you
may call It "strong," "well done," or "quite
good," or say that It ploases you "much."
A norr conceit In dinner cards Is to have
above tho placo for the namo somo poetical
quotation boarlng upon gastronomy. In the
upper loft hand corner aro a fow grains of
rice, the oriental symbol of hospitality.
"Whn the plato Is sent up for more meat,
tend up your knife uud fork with it, It is a
breach of good manners to retain them."
This advice Is from several very good author
ities on tho wnys of pollto society It is only
fnlr to odd, however, that others, apparently
quite as trustworthy, atHtw exactly tb t op
posite, and that this may still bo regarded as
ao .unsettled point
Finest : Production.
Jams' California Pear Cider.
I his delicious sutntner bcvcra,'c Is mndc In California, from very ripe indlow
IJnrtlett Pears. In the ht-lght of the ripening, scacon mnnv tons of pears become loo
,v,c f0,r,..fc,,,I1I,1"8 ,or canning purpotet., they cnn then be idolized by prcsslnc them into
CUlCr. I llC frChll IlllCC is bnill-d flnwn ul .,ntlrt,c l,,l.,n. on.t 1. .1..... ..!.. 1 .. .
pulvcrlrcd char coal. This licntlng, condensing and straining completely destroys fer
mentatlon.atul the cider cvsr afterwards remains sweet and good and is n mobt licnltliv
nnd nutritious article for family use. T
Knowing there are many spurious ciders sold In this market we offer I he above
explanation with the eminent testimonial of Prof. J. II. Long. Very Respectfully,
THE G. M. JARVIS CO., Sole Proprietors, '
San Jose, California. 3 N. Slatc Strcct( Chicago.
TUB (J. M. JARVIS CO., Gentlemen: Chicago, July 7th, .8By.
I have made made a chemical examination of the sample of Jarvls' Pear Cldcc
subinitted to me a few days ngo, nnd would report these points among others noted.
'1 he liquid is non-tilcohollc and has n pcclfic gravity of 10.65. The total extrac
tive matter amounts to 10,25 per cent., containing only 025 per cent of free ai Id. The
tests show this acid to be malic acid ns tisuully found in fruit juices. I find no other
acid or foreign substance added for color or flavor.
I believe it, therefore, to consist simply of the juice of the Pear as rcpresenlctl.
J. II. LONG, Analytical Chemist,
Chlcngo Medical College,
THE 6, 1. JARVIS C0
San Jose, Cal.
W. B. HOWARD,
FOR SALE BY ALL
Druggist and Leading Wine Merchants.
THE G, M JARYIS CO
39 N. S'ntc St. Chicago.
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