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t in Stock,
mcr "I live in the subu
I want a watch-dog."
(course 1 don't want out thai
Hi awako all niglit barking
st be big, and fierce, yon
I gentle m a lamb with us
he must pounce on every
imp that comes along and
mustn't interfere with any
Booest man looking for work,"
burgular conies prowling
night, the dog should make
S,t of lii in in nn mat ruiL.
e mus't attack n neighbor
m in for an evening call."
Of course lie mustn't molest
no come hurrying in at all
the night to call my husbnad.
ictor you know."
aim. 1 see what vou want
suppose so. tan you send
)rry, mum, but I'm just out
id." New York Weekly.
I low Villi!
it One Hundred Dollars Pe-
ny case of Catarrh that can
tea iy Mails catarrh ( ure.
ftllLNKY & CO. Props.
undersigned, have known F.
V lor the latt i5 yeais, and be
k perfectly honorable in all
I transactions and tlnancially
Irry out any obligations made
i Trunx, AVholesale lirugglsts,
I., aiding. Kiiinau fc Marvin,
w llruggisis Toledo, Ohio,
patarrh Cure is taken Internal
t directly upon the blood and
turlaccs of the system. Trice
lot tie. hold by all Druggists,
of Indian Women Con
Ju act of woman's heroism i3
i in connection with the loss of
in government marine steamer
)te during the terrilie cyclone
)ntly swept over the Indian
neighborhood of the Adaman
There is n penal settlement
) on these islands, and a band
pa convicts opposite whose
) wrecK occurred, rushed" of
accord into the storm tossed
Jrmed a chain by joining hands
d to assist the shipwrecked
Imbering eighty-three persons.
1 were thus saved by these heroic
women, but the other seventy
members of the crew were
JOne liver r. li.tnl. Can You Find
p.- lh Word?
1 three-Inch display advertisement In
tbls week, which has no two woids
apt one word. The same la true of
ne appearing ench week, from the
t Medicine Cu. This house , luces a
Ion everything they make and pnb
I for it, tociid them the name of the
ty will return vou BOOK, HKAL'Tl
JtjKAMIS or SAMPLES J-'HKK.
etUoiiH ( licerTully An
eper 'Have you any Mocha
aler "Yes, mum."
s, mum. I send my orders
lie Sultan, mum."
hi How much have you on
Ixty pounds, mum."
lave, eh? Mxty pounds? I
p papers this very morning
bver fi'ty pounds of genuine
jclies this country annually."
)um, that's true. I had 'bout
'l left over from last year."
(Throat Diseases mid
y'Biownt Bronchical Trochet,
ner really g od things, are
ina purctiasersHhoiiid be care
li n the Keuuine article ore-
r Joitx L IIhown & Sons.
re in Watching Birds.
fixed the determination to
nake, a lizard or a fish, let a
near and how quickly we
I If it la a fthrtiali In AArlv
lie Carolina wren at any sea-
i breaki forth In song, what
J we to turn a deaf ear?
problem at our feet may be
red, the rhythmic rusli of a
jings overhead will draw us
I and its creeping creatures
im our minds that moment
i are darkened by a Hock of
C. C. Abbott in Montreal
A g'iliiion weighing 1J pounds
a caught in the Ndway, iScotlaud,
There is reported to be a dwarf
willow growing ou the summit of Ben
Lomond in fcotlaud the full height of
w hich is two inches.
A french beekeeper has exjerimented
with his bees as carriers of dispatches.
One difficulty of the bee service is that
insects will not return over a distance
of more than two or three miles.
According to the Orville, Gal, Reg
ister there is a gingntic tig tree in the
yard of E. Tucker, of that place, the
roots of which have tilled the bottom
of his well which is thirty-two feet
(r. W. Dunn, the California natura
list, has collected over TO.OOJ insects be
longing to the hornw.nged family, i00
of the cricket tribe aud ubout 4,000
butterflies, and numberless rare plants
Twelve thousand silk worms when
newly hatched scarcely weigh one-quarter
of an ounce, yet in the course of
their life, which lasts only about
thirty-live days they will consume
between 3U0 and Mi pounds of leaves
'I he longest continuous fiber known
at the present time is that of silk. A
coccoou of a well fed silk worm will
ofUsu yield 1,000 yards long and in one
instance has been produced which con
tained J,2U5 yards without a break.
Corea has its seven wonders, among
which is a hot mineral spring believed
to cure all diseases; two springs of
which one is full and the other empty,
and vice versa; a cavern from which a
wintry wind perpetually blows; a
forest thalconiiot be destroyed and a
drop of the sweat of Buddha. No
plants grow within thirty paces of this
There is now said to be no animal or
bird in the .New Year Central Park
menagerie that does not eal peanuts.
Many species in the cages were much
averse to peanuts but the persistence
of the children in forceing them upon
every creature there has had such an
effect that even the lions aud pelicans,
and everything except the snakes have
felt obliged to acquire the peanut habit
A National Fl ,wer,
There have been many articles in the
papers during the past few monl lis ad
vocating the adoption of the clovet
blossom as the national flower, but the
most uniquo i3 the following, by
Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll:
"A wonderful thing is clover. 1:
means honey aud cream; that is to s:iy,
industry and contentment; that is to
say, the happy bee3 in perfumed fields,
and at the cottage gate old boss, the
bountiful, chewing satisfaction's cud.
in that blessed twilight pause that, liki
a benediction falls between all toil mid
sleep. This clover makes me dream of
happy hour, of childhood's rosy cheeks
of dimpled babes, of wholesome lovinj.
wives, of springs and brooks and violet:
and all there is of painless joy am
peaceful human life. A wonderlu
word is clover. Drop the 'c' and yoi.
have the happiest of mankind. Tak
away the V and 'r' and you have tin
only thing that makes a heaven ofthii
dull and barren earth. ' Cut off the 'i
alone and there remains a warm, deoect
ful bud that sweetens breath and keep,
the peace in countless homes whose
masters frequent clubs."
The Kiijxlc Screams.
American Ollicial (in China) ''This
mobbing of missionaries must stop."
Chinese Official Huh I Whatee
Melican glovement do "bout it?"
'Hark I Do vou hear that terrible
"Thatee earthquake. We havee
"Do you know, sir, what causes
"Me no sabe."
"Its the American government
testing its big guns at Sandy Hook."
The population of the Cherokee Na
tion, which has recently sold 6,000,000
acres of land to the government, is
about 30,01 X). The Cherokees are a
highly civilized tribe of Indians.
Above all study, study, study! All
genius in the world will not help you
along with any art unless you become
a hard student.
Th Sorest Way.
First Outer "I didn't see you in
bathing this season."
; econd Outer "No. When I want
a bath I go canoeing."
A Welcoro Relief.
Sea Captain "There is no hope!
The ship Is doomed I In an hour we
will all be dead!"
Seasick Passengers-Thank Heaven!'
:i la Mioaf of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Talmage's text was II Kings xx, 11
'And Isaiah the prophet cried unto the
Lord: and he brought tl shadow ten
degrees backward by which it had gone
down in the dial ot Ahaz."
Here is the lirst clock or watch or
chronometer, or timepiece of which the
world ha3 any knowledge. But it was
a watch that did notnot tick and a
clock that did not strike. It was a sun
dial. Ahaz, the king, invented it. Be
tween the hours given to statecraft aud
the carei of office he invented some
thing by which he could tell the time of
day. This sun dial may have been a
great column, and when the shadow of
that column reached one point it was 9
o'clock a. m., and when it reached an
other point it was 3 o'clock p. m., and
all the hours and half hours were so
The clepsydra or water clock followed
the sun-dial, and the sand glass fol
lowed the clepsydra. Then came the
candle clock of Alired the Great, and
the candle was marked into three parts,
and while the first part was burning he
gave himself to religion, and while the
second part was burning he gave him
self to politics, aud while the third part
was burning he gave himself to rest
Afterawhile came the wheel and weight
clock, and Pojws Sylvester II. was its
most important inventor. And the
skill of centuries of exquisite mechan
ism toiled at the timepieces until the
world had the Vick s clock of the four
teenth century, aid Huyghens, the
inventor swung the first pendulum, and
Dr. llooke contrived the recoil escape
ment. And the 'endlo-s chain" fol
lowed, and the 'ratchet and pinion
lever" took its place; and the compen
sation balance and the stem winder
followed, an i now we have the buzz
and clang of the great clock and watch
a Tories of Switzerland and Germany
and England and America turning out
what steins to bo the perfection of
timepieces. It took the world ti.OOO
yeais to make the present chronometer.
o, with the measurement of longer
spaces than minutes and hours. Jiine
was calculated from new mooii to new
moon, then from harvest to harvest.
1 hen the year was pronounced to be
i'A days, and then 3i0 days, aud not
intil a long while after, 305 days. Then
i-vents were calculated from the foun
dation of Home atterward from the
Olympic g tmej. Then the Babylonians
iad their measurement of the yi ar, and
lie Humans theirs, aud the Armenians
ti.eirs, and the Hindoos theirs.
hronology waj busy for centuries
tidying monuments, inscriptions,
oiiis, mummies and astronomy, trying
o lay a plan by which all question of
lates might be st-ttled and events put
.ii their right place in the procession or
i.e ages. Jsut the chronologists only
.eaped up a mountain of confusion and
oewilderment until in the sixth century
.jionysius Lxigenus, a doman abbot,
aid: "Let everything date from the
irlh at Bethlehem of Hie Lord Jesus
hrist, the savior of the world." The
ibbot proposed to have things dated
jack ward and forward from that great
iveut. What a splendid thought for
lie world! What a mighty thing for
itiristiauity! It would have been most
natural to date everything from the
reation of the world. But 1 am glad
.he chronologists could not too easily
;uess how old the world was in order
10 get the nations in the habit of dat
.ng from that occurrence in its docu
men Is and histories. Forever fixed is
o be dated with reference to the birth
But I promised to show you how the
shadows might bo turned back. First
uy going much among the young peo
pie. In most family cireles there are
grandchildren. By this divine arrange
ment most of the people who passed
the meridian of life can compass them
selves by juvenility. It is a bad thing
for an old - man or old woman to sit
looking at the vivacity of their grand
children shouting, "stop that racket!''
Better join in the fun. Let the 80-yeai'8-old
grandfather join Ihe8-years-vouug
grandson or granddaughter. My
father and mother lived to see over
eighty children and grandchildren and
greatgrandchildren, and a more boister
ous crew were never turned out on this
sublunary sphere and they all seemed
to cry to the old folks: "Keep young,"
and they did keep young. Don't walk
with a cane unless you have to, or only
as a defense in a city afflicted with too
many canines. Don't wear glasses
stronger than necessary, putting on
No. 10s when 18s will do as well. Don't
go imo the company of those who are
always talking about rheumatism and
lumbago and shortness of breath and
the brevity of human life. It is too
much for my gravity to hear an oc
togenarian talking about the shortness
of human life. From all 1 can find
out, he has always been here, and, from
present prospects, he is always going to
stay. Remain young. Hangup your
stockings in Christmas time. Help the
boys fly the kite. Teach the girls how
to dress their dolls. Better than arnica
tor your stiff Joints and catnip for your
sleepless nights will be a large dose of
Set back your clocks also by entering
on new and absorbing Christian works.
In our desire to Inspire the young we
hare In our essays had mncu to say
about what baa been accomplished by
the young; ot Romulus, who founded ,
Borne when be was 20 years of age;!
9t Coins, who lisd eonquered Mexico!
f.t d(J years; of rut, who was prime
minister of i ngland at 21 years; of
Calvin, who wrote his 'Institutes' at
20; of Melaucthon, who took a learned
professor's chair at 21 years; of Luther,
who had conquered Germany for the
reformation by the time he was 35
years. And it is all very well foi us to
show how early in life one can do very
great things for God and the welfare
of the world, but some of the mightiest
WJrk for God has been done by
septuagenarians, and octogenarians
and nonagenarians. J navel, there is
work which none but such can do.
They preserve the equipoise of senates,
of religious denominations, of reforma
tory movements. Young men for ac
tion, old men for counsel. Instead of
any of you beginning to fold up your
energies arouse anew your energies.
With the experience you have obtained
and the opportunities ot observation
you have had during a long life, you
ought to be able to do in one year now
more than you did in ten years right
after you had passed out of your teens
Physical power less, your spiritual
power ought to be more. Up to the
last hour of their lives what power for
for good o:d Dr. Archibald Alexai der.
old Dr. Woods, old Dr. Hawes. old Dr.
Milnor, old Dr. Mcllvaine, old Dr.
Tyng, old Dr. Candish, old Dr. Chal
mers! What have been Bismarck to
Germany, and Gladstone to England,
and Oliver Wendell Holmes to America
in the time of an advanced age! Let
me say to those in the afternoon of life:
Don't be putting oil the harness; when
God wants it oil' he will take it off.
Don't be frightened out of life by the
tTip as many are. At the lirst sneeze
of an influenza many give up all as lost.
Xo new terror lias come on the earth.
The microbes as the cause of disease
were described in the ialinud 1,700
years ago as ' invisible legions of dan
gerous ones." Don't be scared out of
life by all this talk about heart failure.
That trouble has always been in the
world. That is what all the people
that ever passed out of this life have
died of heart failure. Adam had it
and all of his descendants have had it,
or will have it. Do not be watching for
symptoms, or you will have symptoms
of everything. Some of you will yet
die of symptoms. Symptoms are often
only what we sometimes see in the
country, a dead owl nailed on a barn
door to scare living owls. Put your
trust in God, go to bed at 10 o'clock,
have the window open six inches to let
in the fresh air, sleep on your right side
and fear nothing, The old maxim was
right: "Get thy spindle and distaff
ready, and God will send theellax!"
But while looking at this sun dial
of Ahaz, and 1 sie the shadow of it
move, 1 notice that it went back to
ward the sunrise instead of farvvard to
ward the sunset toward the morning
instead of toward the night. That
thing the world is willing now to do
and in many cases has done. There
have a great many things been written
and spoken about the sunset of lite.
I have said some of them myself. But
my text suggests a better idea. The
Lord who turned back that day from
going toward the sundown and started
it toward sunrise is willing to do the
same thing for all of us. The theolo
gians who stick to old religious technic
alities until they have become sopori
lices would not call it anything but
conversion. I call it a change from
going toward sundown to going toward
sunrise. That man who never tries to
unbuckle the clasp of evil habit and
who keeps all the sins of the past and
the present freighting him, and who
ignores the one redemption made by
the only one who could redeem; if
that man will examine the sun dial he
will find that his shadow is going for
ward and he is on the way to sundown.
His day is on the road tonight. All
tho watches that tick, all the clocks
that strike all the sand glasses that
empty themselves, all the shadows
that move on all the sun dials indicate
the approach of darkness. But noiv,
in answer to prayer, as in my text the
change was in answer to prayer, the
pardoning Lord reserves things and
the man starts toward sunrise istead of
sunset. He turns tho other way. The
captain of salvation gives him the
military command: "Attention!
Right about facet" He was marching
toward indifference marching toward
hardness of heart, marching toward
prayerlessness, marching, toward sin
marching toward gloom, marching
Sow he turns and marches toward
peace marches towa.d comfort and
marches toward high hope, and
marches toward a triumph stupendous
and everlasting, toward hosannas that
that ever hoist and hallelujahs that
ever roll. Now if that is not the
turning of the shadow on the dial of
Ahaz from going toward sundown to
going toward sunrise, what is it?
As I look at that retrograde move
ment of tho shadow on Ahaz' dial I
remember that it was a sign that Ileze
kiah was going to get well and he got
well So I have to tell all you who are
by the grace of God having your day
turned from decline toward night to
ascend toward morning that you are
going to , get well, well of nil your
sorrows, well of all your earthly dis
But, says someone, all that you say
may be true, but tint does not hinder
the horrors of dissolution. Why you
who are the Lord's are not golpn todj$.
Al! that the grave gets of you as com
pared with your chief, your immortal
nature, is as ihe ci;i;iiigj of your
linger nails as compared with your
whole body. As you -un the scissors
along the edge of your thumb nail and
you cut off that which is of no use but
rather a hindrance, you do not mourn
over the departure of that fragment
which Hies away. Death will only be
scissoring off that which could beo!
no use and the soul has to funeral
over that which would be aa awful
nuisance if we could not get rid of it.
Tthisb dyKs it now is what a failure
it would make of heaven if our de
parting soul had to be burdened with
it in the next world. No; no; one ol
the best possible things that will
happen to us will be the sloughing off
of this body when we have no more use
for it in its present state. AVheu it
shall come up in its resurrected form
we will be very glad to get it back
again, but not as it is now with its
limitations and bedwarfments innu
There shall I baths my weary feet
In seas of heavenly n-st,"
And not a wave of trouble roll
Across my peaceful breast.
Sunrise! But not like one of those
mornings after you had gone to bed
late or did not sleep well and you get
up chilled and yawning, and the
morning bath is a repuls on and you
feel like saying to the morning sun
shining into your window: "I do not
see what you find to smile about, your
brightness is to me a mockery." But
the inrush ot the next wor.d will be a
morning after a sound sleep, & sleep
that nothing can disturb, aud you will
rise, the sunshine in vour faces, and
in your first morning in heaven you
will wade down into the sea of glas
mingled with fire, the foam on fire with
a splendor you never saw on earth and
the rolling waves are doxologies and
the rocks of that shore are golden anil
the pebbles of that beach are pearl and
the skies that arch the scene are a com
mingling of all the colors that St. John
saw on the wall of heaven, the crimson
and the blue and the saffron and the
orange and the purple and the gold and
tho green wrought on those skies in
shape ot garlands of banners, of ladders
of chariots of crowns, of thones.
What a sunrise! Do you not feel its
warmth on your face? Scoville
McCullom, the dying boy of our
Sunday school, uttered what shall be
the peroration of this sermon, "Throw
back the shutters and let tho
tVnd so the shadow of Ahaz'
turns from sunset to sunrise.
Three thousand women of grcece
have signed a petition to the govern
ment asking that public schools of art
and industry be established for women
aud claiming that tne failure of Greece
to meet the expectations of its well
wishers is due to the backward con
dition of its women and their nonpar-
ticipation in the public affairs.
This is the way the ex- Kmpress Euge
nie recently gave her personality to a
census agent: "Mario Eugenie Countess
of Pierrefond, sixty-four years of age,
born in Granda, Spain: naturalized in
France; a widow: a traveler."
The German empress is in favor of
small houses instead of lints for the
poor, and is having a small model
house for an artisan built which is
to cost about S500, in the hope that her
example will be iollowed by others.
Huge floral links are frequently used
at weddings now instead of the wedding
bell archway. They are supposed to
typify the welded life but a cynic
asks why they will not image as
well "matrimonial chains."
The recent marriege ' in London of
Marion Lea, the American actress, to
Elwyn Mitchell, son of Di. Weir
Mitchell, of Philadelphia, will make
no d.fference at present in Mrs
Mitchell's dramatic career,
France exports silk goods to the value
of 10,000,000, two-thirds of which are
taken by England and the United
States. Swiss and German houses are
serious rivals in point of quantity of
manufactured goods, but in rmfV';- V
taste and skill of the Frencu . ;.i j
maitain supremacy. The United
States are i apidly increasing their silk
factories. Leisure Hour.
t Corn from Ancient Seed.
An Oxford editor has a tiuniber ol
grains of corn grown from seed taken
from an earthen pot found in an Indian
mound in Missouri. A Kansas man
secured eieht of the precious grains and
planted them. Three sprouted and
produced a crop. The Oxford editor is
willing to make an affidavit that he be
lieves that the pot was buried -by In
dians a thousand years ago. Kansas
City Star. "
The Emperor Francis Joseph sent a 1
truly imperial silver wedding present
to the czar. It consists of a dinner
service for twenty-four persons, con
structed of solid silver, superbly
wrought and chased. There are near
ly 300 pieces. '
Steam pipes are now being made
from the ramie liber. Tho material is
so closely pressed together by hydraul
ic machinery that it has a tensile
strength two and a half times that of
For children a medl
A Cough c;ne sh0UM be abso-
and Croup lutfc!' reliable. A
mother must be able to
T'edicine. hi ber faith to it as to
litr Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
lmist be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
prompt in action, giving immedi
ate relief, as cl.ildrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A hrge quantity
of medicine in a child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as 3'oung folks, and make Bo
schee's German vSyrup the favorite
friTi'v ''"r. (p)
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It N for t ho cure of )ypsia and it
atlpiiilanis Hic-k-liradMUe, conatipa
timi ttiiii pilcb. Mint
have Jtrrnmo no fmiioutt. Tliey act J
Ifi'iitly, without trriping or nausea.
RELIEVES all Stomach Distress.
REMOVES Nausea, Sense of FullMM,
REVIVES Faiuso ENERGY.
RESTORES Normnl Circulation, sad
Warms to Toe Tifs.
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in 1 Ht-IM inlln' tn the world. C -: Ulnrtrat
tOOK Rlt frt'lN N-lllcd
Is. HORNE, Inventor, 180 WABASH AVE., CHICAC0
r. I f? n 1 R f h p nr V n owl Ml
lf.A.rflno remiriv for all Ilia
3 unnatural disrharRes and
certnin'curo for the debili
tating weakness peculiar
tS-i! TheEvuhsChemihiP". in rooommeDdlng It to
VfoS. An.uni nDan!! all sufferers.
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tol !y nrncTKisis.
fi U Ltl I Corsets and Specialties. 100 per cent
profit unit Cnsh Prizes. Smiiplo free. Ur
BnilKimm, Brcinchvny, N. Y.
UftV r r 11 rn cured to stay cureo.
II e I 6 L V Lll VVc want the name and ad
dress of every sufferer in the
9. flQTHIll h t'-S and Canada. Address,
CI HQ I Uitl A P.SlroidIlayts,M.D.,Buffil,K.I
N. N. U. No. 162
The Jfcv Kansas Senator
Hon IMsliop W. Perkins is the succes
sor of of t lie late Senator rinnib, of
Kansas, by the grace of Governor
Huinrtliroys and a sort sf competitive
examination of the friends and support
ers of various candidates. As soon as
fienntor Plumb's death was announced
their respective friends began to urge
the appointment of ex-Senator Ingalls,
Ben p. Simpson, George It. Peck,
Major J. K. Hudson, ,T. W. Ady
Governor Humphreys limbered the
candidates in the order that applications
were liied for them and gave full hear,
ing to their supporters in the same
order. At the end he named Ur.
Perkins. The new senator was born
in Kochesler, Lorain county, O.,
1HH, attended Knox academy at dales
lis., lor sometime, studied law,
vvns admitted to practice and located
at Ottawa, Ills., in lWt. He had in
the meantime psed four years in the
I n on army, goin? out as a sergeant
in tho Kight-third Illinois infan'ry and
serving ahout two years as c tptain in
the sixteenth United States colored
in inn try,
lb win elected probate judire of La-bett-
county, Kansas, hi 18(!0 and 1872;
1 e -a nie d strict judge in lh73 and held
ihat oiiice nine yea's. He was elected
to the Forty eighth, Forty ninth, Fit
iiethiind Fifty-lirsi, congress as a He
publican, but went under the "Alli
ance deluge'' of 18 10. lie Is now pro
mott d to the senate, and will hold the
sent till the legislature meets in 189&
Fraud in O.iH'ee Grinding.
It is in tho grinding of coffee that (he
greatest opportunities for fraud occur,
for here there is a chance to mix In any
quantity of cheap substances, that are
ground in so that, t ho grains of the pro
duct are all of the same shape and color.'
l'ho purchaser thcrefoie has absolutely
no protection short of chemical or,
microsopical analysis. The compound;
takes on the aroma of whatever coffee It
In it, and vory few persons will take
ilw trouble to protect themselves from I
inch imposition. New York Sun
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