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Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Bomo Fro oh Foots About tho Olty
of tho Goldon Horn.
rt and I'rr.rnt Apft of tint Ureal
Metropotl nf tho Molmmninilinie Tho
reputation Hml I'rlnclpul llulld-
liiE of tho City.
Now tltnt public uttcntion Is m Keen
ly drawn to the nlinnnt'iuuirchic state
of Tiirlit-y, tho follow In?,' purtlculnrs
of tho capital of the Ottoman empire
will Iks of interest : llyiuttlum, IhIiuii
bottl, or Coiistnutinople as the placo
has lx-on MirintiHly called, W situated
at tho junction of the lUwphanis and
tho Sch if Miirinoiti, mill may bo said
to be composed of three distinct towns,
viz., Sttunbntil, I'eru-Ciulitta and Scutari.
The two first named nre. on tho Ku
ropean shore, and are divided by the
creclc called tho (loldett Horn, while
Scutari lies on the Asiatic side, and Is
icparuted from them by tho llospho
rtts. Stumboul, or CoiistnntJnoplc
jiropor, occupies tlie site of ancient lly
zntitlutn. and. like ruiclcut Itome, is
built on seven hills. On tho first of
these, arc tho Old Senvpllo and tho fu
mouH iuos(uo of Snnta. Sophia. Stain
bottl lies on n triangular piomoiitory
cashed by the waters of tl-o Golden
lloru on tho north, and by the. limpid
Sctv of Mitrmorn on tlie south, while the
Bwift current of tho ltosphorus flows
past its eojiteru fronts
Scutari, although u suburb of Con
Gtantinoplc, Is practically a t.cparutc
town, tho dlKtiuieu ticroHS the water
bciiifr about two miles. It largely rc
tcmblcs Stumboul, both externally and
Internally, with its numerous mosques,
It buzuurs, public batlis and manufao
torics. It will bo remembered chiefly
by Enpllsh reuders on account of
it hospital havltip been used by the
Anglo-French army in tho winter of
1S54-5 and by reu-son of its beautiful
English cemetery with Its monument
to the heroes of tho Crimean campaign,
lth population is now about CO.OUtl, that
of the whole capital being about 1,500,
000. Stamboul is tho native city, und con-t-dns
most of the government and pub
lic buildings. Here, are situated for in
btuncp, tho sublime porto (a gateway
of justice, from which tho government
of Turkey Uutes Its name), the wilt
office, the seraglio, the inweotirttt, tho
railwuy station, the custom house, the
mosques of Snnta Sophia und count
less others; the mint and museums, tho
Ifan Yonl, and thu .Egyptian bazaars.
Tho landward side of thuclty of TJieo
losltts, rebuilt in 1 17 A. D., and now in
n ruinous state.
I'cro-Galuttv is the European or Chris
tian town, and tho center of business,
the Imperial, Ottoman and other banks,
the exchange, and steamship and mer
chants' olilees being in Gnlata. Most of
the embassies are situated on the hill
of l'cra. The principal street of Con
stantinople, where all tho European
shops arc, is the Grande Kite tie Pern,
and ulio next in importnucu Is the Kite
Tcpo lliiuhi, along which the Pcta
Galata trams run, and where the best
hotels, the Ilrltish embassy and the
Petlts Champs Municipality gnnloriB
are situated. The Yildb. Kiosk, where
at present, the sultan resides, is practi
rally In the country, about four miles
from the sublime porte. The pulucu
in surrounded by barracks, where u
largo force of tins Imitcriul Guards Is
quartered; and no strangcis are al
lowed to enter the gates.
The Golden Horn La Come d'Or,
Chryso Kerns call it what you will,
tho name of the classic waterway Is'ono
with which to conjure. That its greater
glory Is now gone is not to be disputed;
thnt it still remains tin- mout Interest
ing btrlp of water in the w orld is as lit
tle to be denied. On one side of it rises
a lordly linu of mosques, those of Santa
Sophia, Sultan Mahmoud, Sultan
Mini, Sultan Ilujuzct, of Sultan Ma
hamond conqueror of the Christians
who shall say how many more? Up
the heights on the further shore climb
tho palaces of the foreign ambassadors,
that of Britain, as is meet and right,
standing above them all.
Crouching down by the water's edge
aro the arsenal and tho admirality,
barracks and custom houses, prisons
and powder magazine; every one who
wishes to pile up a block of govern
ment buildings seeks a site for it on the
shores of the Golden Horn. Until CO
years ago, those who wished to cross
the Horn called up a knlk or waited for
a ferryboat; then it occurred to tho
Rultan Mahoud II. that a permanent
way might be an advantage. Accord
ingly be summoned tho grand admiral
no leas important on official is cus
todian of the Golden Horn and bado
him see the thing should bo done, tho
sultan adding significantly that ho
meant to survey tho undertaking in
person at a Specified date. Georgi, a
Greek, took the work in hajid and did
It well, as his lord attested, when the
way was baptized in the name "Noos
cretya" (the benefaction). From sun
set to sunrise throughout the year it
was declared that this bridge should
remain open, while during the feast
of Ithamazan free passage is allowed
throughout the night, that the follow
ers of Allah may visit mosques at their
own time. St, James' Budget,
More Time VTae Needed.
A good story is told of an American
plutocrat visiting Oxford. On his tour
of the colleges nothing struck him bo
much as tho velvety turf in one pt tho
quadrangles. lie asked for the garden
er, and made minute inquiries as to tho
method of laying down and maintaining
tho grass. "That's all, is it?" he ex
claimed, when the whole process had
been carefully described. "Yes, sir," re-
piled the gardener, with a twinkle in his
eye, "tbat's all, but we generally leave it
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One of the mistaken in the con
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ST. VITUS DANCE.
A Physician Prescribes Dr. Ml!t
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klktmrt, Ind.t
My daughter Mattlo, aped H, km afTllctea
last sprlnu with St, Vitus danco and nor
Tousnrw, her ontlro rlsht sldo was numb
and nearly paralyiod. Wo consulted a pliy-
vli aTew feat, u i iii ikiiiii-jw -rv?."
slclan and lio prescribed Dr. Miles' Ilestora
tlvo Norvlno. Shu took thruo bottles boforo
wo saw any certain slns of Iniprovumout,
but after that sho bcRnn to Improve very
fast and I now think sho Is entirely cured.
8ho has taken ulun bottles of tliu Nervine,
but no other medicine of nny kind.
Knox, Intl., Jan. C, '93. 11. W. HosTitTTKK.
l'hyslclans prescribe Dr. Miles' Kumcdlos
because thoy tiro known to bo tlio result of
tho long practice nnd experience of one of
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and aro carefully compounded by experi
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Miles' prescriptions, ns used In his practice.
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Ilnw to Toll
It is a common practice for those buy
ing eggs to hold them tip to the light,
nnd Bitch as have had any o.orleneo
enn In this way easily tell whether an
egg Is fresh or stale. A perfectly fresh
egg will iisuo . comparatively clear
look, with the nir space of only moder
nto size; whereas n stole egg will not
have such a clear look, nnd the airspace
will be larger, according to the age of
the egg. In itdd it ion to this there aru
other indications, such as the appear
mice of the shell, which, in t.hu old egg,
loses that bloom so striking in now
ones. Unfertile eggs are always clear
no matter how long they have been sat
upon. There nte tlniMo who say that
tho sex and fertility of tho egg can be
told before they are set. All sortM of
plans huc been put forth and declared
to bo sure and infallible tests ns to the
sex of chickens, such as the shape of tho
egg, the time of day It is laid, etc., but
these have been found, when tested, to
be unreliable, or ut. any rate not suf
ficiently reliable io be accepted. That
the fertility of tho egg may bo proved
liefore it is sot, we are not prepared to
deny, as we have known persons to pick
out fertile eggs by breathing on tho
broad end, and must acknowledge that
they havo proved to be correct in n
largo numlwr of ctu.es. Wo hae neor
been able to disprove this test, and
havo often found it to bo correct, but
not sufficiently so ns to rely entirely
and unreservedly upon it. When work
ing an incubator there is no need for it,
for we liaie always been able to dis
cover 00 hours after they havo been put
into the machine w bother the eggs were
fertile or not; and as tho quality of
barren eggs is then unaffected in any
wuy, it is not worth running tiny risk
with tho other tests. Pralrlo Furmcr.
Kill It Off, Drras It unit I'ut It Away In
Don't keep a lot of useless poultry
through tho winter. If in good flesh
have all the old fowls and tho cockerels
dressed. Have such a box as is illus
trated a dry goods box with hinged
aide and lay the dressed fowls in it.
no one touching another. Put tho box,
In a cold building or on a bock piazza
and let the fowls freeze solid. Chicken
meat can then be had at any time dur
ing the whiter. Dress all fowls that
ore "eating their heads oft." Form and
Cracked Corn for Fowl.
The use of cracked corn is more
largely employed nmong those who
breed the smaller breeds of poultry,
yet Bomo use it with all varieties. It
always seemed to me that tho betUV
way would be to buy smaller kernel
corn or plant a dwarf variety that
would avoid the necessity of cracking
it at the mill. In doing so you get just
what Is wanted and avoid the trouble
of having to pay for a great deal of
meal made In grinding the corn, which
is not eaten by the Hock nnd permitting
it to lie in tho feed bins long brings
tho meal worm about nnd makes tho
entire grain musty and unpleasant to
handle. J. W. Caughey, in Farm und
bea Beftr tu tick, we gar her CMtorla.
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