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SEVEN J YEARS OF SUFFERING I
Ended at Last Through Using Dorm's I
Kidney P1l1s. I
Mrs. Selina Jones , of 200 Main St. , I
Ansonla , Conn. , s ys : . "Iflt _ hnllunot I
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Men for Doan's Kia-
ney PHis I would
1Iot be alive to-day.
Seve1l years ago I
was so bad wIth ,
pain in the back ,
and so wpak that I
had to keep to my
room , and was In
bed somotlmes six
weels at a spell.
D e gin n I n g with
Doan's Kidney P111s , the kidney weakness -
ness was 80011 corrected , and Inside
a week all tbe pain was gone. I was
also relieved of all headaches , dizzy
spells , soreness and feelings of lan-
guor. I strongly recommend Doan's
Kidney p111s , "
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.
Foster-.MlIburn . Co. . DUffalo , 1' ; . Y.
The French who said , "Thore are
always two parties to a lovo-mntch-
ono who loves and ono who docs not , "
. ) was not spealdng the truth. All
' cynics are Hars.
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\ From Dreadful Pains from Wound on
, < ; .tl , , Foot-System All Run Down-
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Miraculous Cure by Cutlcura.
? , \ "Words cannot speal , hIghly enough
. ; . . . \ for the Cuticura Remedies. I am now
t. ' seventy.two years of age. 1\Iy system
' } I' had been all run down. 1\1) ' blood was
> ' . so bad that blood poisoning had set
( , I in. I had several doctor ; ; attondlng
h J.t , me , so finally I went to the hospital
' , ' . where 1 was laid up for two months.
, : ; \ " ( My foot and anltle were almost beyond - ,
) ' ; ; yond recognition. Dark blood flowed
I 1 " , I but of wounds In many places and I
' , < I. ' . , , I I was so disheartened that I thought
surely my last chance was
slowly leaving me. As the
foot did not Improve , you can
, readlly imagine how I felt. I was
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, , . . ' 'simply disgusted and tired of life. I
st od this pain , which was dreadful ,
for six months , and during this time
; . , 'I was not able to wear a shoe and
"J " not able to work. Some one spolte to
'me about Cuticura. The consequences
iwere I bought a set of the Cuticura
'Remedies of one of my friends who
was a druggist , and the praise that I
gave after the second application is
beyond description ; it seemed a mir
i\ . . , . ncle for the Cutlcura Remedies took
. effect immediately. 1 washed the foot
, " with the Cuticura Soap before apply-
in the Ointment and I tool , the Re-
solvent at the same time. Arter two
weeles' treatment my foot was healed
, , . . . . , completely. People who had seen my
foot during my Illness and who have
: seen it alnce the cure , can' hardly belIeve -
lIevo their own eyes. Robert Schoen-
hauer , Newburg , N. Y. August 21 ,
Henpecked Men In India.
Ht'11pecled husbands are found even
In India. A writer says : "To live as
i have done in a Hindoo house , espe"
clally when the real hou8e mistress is
a masterful and deeply religious wid.
ow , who is grandmother to the babies
and mother to their parents , is nc
longer to wonder at the absolute ter.
ror with which men s1eak of the 'std-
: nchchar. ' For the men of India are
. -poor souls-the ! most henpeclced in
the world. "
Women in China have the prIvilege
of fighting in the wars. In the rebel.
. lion of 1850 women did as much fighting -
" t ing as the men. At Nanldn , In 1853 ,
1 600,000 women , from various parts of
, the country were formed into brigades
of 13,000 each , under female ofilcers.
. Of these soldiers , 10,000 were plcleed
women , drilled and garrisoned in the
Says She Saw Ghost of Sergi us.
I At the exact hour of the assasslna.
tion of the Russian Grand Duke Ser-
glus his gOddaughter , in the Alexis
palace , declares.he . opened the door
of her room , covered with bleeding
wounds , and exclaimed : "Lool" young
/ princess ! "
British people smolcc one.third more
tobacco than they did thirty years ago ,
aat half as much again of sugar and
drink 40 per cAnt more tea , while the
tonsumption of intoxicants has tended
, FOUND OU
A. Trained Nurse Discovered Ita
No one is In better position to lmow
I the value of food and drink than n
\ \ trained nurse.
" j + f Spealdng of coffee a nurse of Wllkes-
Darre , Pa. , writes : "I used to drinl ,
strong colfee myself and suffered great-
i ly from head\ches : and Indigestion.
Whlle on a visit to my brothers I had
a good chance to t-y postum Food
Coffee , for they drank It altogether In
place of ordinary coUee. In two weeks ,
e after using Postum , I found I was
much benefited anfl ; finally my head-
dlaappeared and also the Indi-
' . "Naturally I have since used Postum
\.r o.mong mf patients , and have noticed a
' ( . . ) -1J mtlrked benefit where coffee has been
. . . . lelt err and Postum used.
"I observe a curious fact about Post-
um used among mothers. It rreatly
helps the fiow of mllk In cases where
coffee is Inclined to dry It up , and
where tea causes nervousness.
"I find rouble In gettlnr ; servants to
make POltum properl , . . They most always -
ways sene It before It has been boiled
long enough. It should be boiled 15 ere
o minutes and served with cream ,
,1 . , , hen it Is certainly a delicious bever.
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BRITAIN'S ' ELEPHANTS
\VEALTH OF THE EMPm"P IN
THESE DIG DEASTS.
rhey Are Located in Indin nnd Alricn
nnd Are Very Vnlunble in Industrial -
trial Enterprises-Three Interesting -
What with the wealth of India and
Atrlca Grent Drltaln possesses more
elephants than any other power In
the world. The Indian elclhnnt dU-
fers very considerably trom the Afri.
can In s veral lolnts , notably in the
size of the cars , wblch arc much
smaller than the African's. Again ,
the African has an arched forehead
while that of the Indian Is conC11ve.
While the Indian males arc abou ten
Ceet at the shouhler the African males
are a foot higher. The prince of
Wales recently bad the opportunity
of seeing In the famous MacGregor
timber yards at Rangoon to what a
pitch of usefulness the elephant can
be trained in moving largo logs of
wood. His Intelligence at his worle
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AT WORK IN A Tll\IDEH. YARD.
is extraordinary. An ordinary elephant -
phant can carry halt a ton continuo
ously on a level road. A native Instructor -
structor sits on the bacle of each elephant -
phant and controls his movements ,
but really the sagacious creatures need
As II. mere figure in pageants the
elephant plays a very conspicuous part
In tlle receptions given to' the prince
and princess , notably nt Jammu and
Among the large and varied collection -
tion of wlId animals , IQreptiles t\nd
birds brought bacle by Capt. Stanley
Flower , of the Drltish army , ! In his
recent expedition to the Dlue NlIe
the first as regards importance and
Interest are three baby African elephants -
phants captured by Arabs In the upper -
per waters of thc Blue NlIe. One of
these was presented by Caph l\IcMur"
do , D. S. 0. , director of the slave
trade department , and the othcr two
were purchased. These elephants are
from eight to ten months old and are
rarely found so young in captivity ,
those now in Cairo being most prob.
ably the first ever brought there , only
about halt a dozen others being Imown
to exist in the different zoological gar.
dens in the world. Walking about the
garljens In clmrge of their lweper
Kocutsh , Zaldeh and Dandy form a
most attractive trio. particularl ) " when
they 11ft their larE e leafillto cars and
salute by raising their mtle trunks to
their foreheads and afterwards put
these same trunl\B Into the poclOt of
the visitor in search of something
toothsome. It is to be hoped that
these fascinating babies may long continue -
tinue to del1ght the visitors to the
Ghlzeh gardens , where they are now
attracting munn attention.
GREAT SALT DEPOSITS.
One of the Wondc.rful Resources of
North Western Canndlan
At first sight it would appear that
the scene depicted Js a winter one ,
with' a river fiowlng past snow.covered
banks , but what 1001s ) Ike snow is
in reamy the purest salt. It furnishes
excellent table salt without further
preparation. Some six feet under-
A LAKE OF SALT.
neath It a coarser quamy , similar to
"Liverpool salt , " Is found. Springs of
water running th.ough this saltbed
are surcharged with salt and deposit
their residue in the form shown In
the pleturo. The trees In the bacle-
ground are underlaid with pure white
salt , and on the removal of the top
soil to a depth of some three or four
foot , a soUd hill of salt Is reached.
Mother-I am glad to hear that 'ou
went to church to-day. What was the
sermon about ?
Adult Son ( a roporter-I ) don't ,
Imow , mother ; 1 haven't written out
my notca yet.-N. y , Weekly.
ODD TEAM OF MOOSE.
Drokcn to Drive in Hnrncss by Edward -
ward Crossman of Ely ,
Edward Crossman , of Ely , Minn. ,
owns one of the oddest teams in Amor-
lea. He has succeeded In the unusual
tasle ot breaking a pair ot moose to
drive In harness. In his buggy Mr.
Crossman spins nbout as ralldh' behind -
hind these anhnals as if drawn by
n prancing Apan ot horscn. Ordinary
reindeers have long figured In the
mythical doings of Santa Clnul : : , 1\1 III
arc actually driven by the LaJlnnders ) ,
but the moose Is a much huger and
different representative of the deer
CamlIy , and should not be contused
with the reindeer.
These moose shown In the photograph -
graph were' captured nt Dear Island
lalte , a few miles to the southwest ot
Ely , three yenrs ago. The mother
had been killed by an Indian and a
trapper In the vicinity , hearing his
dog barkIng furiously , 'hurried to the
spot where he found the two moose
calves. Mr. Crossman bought these
calves from the trapper nnd secured
II. permit from the governor to Iteep
them In his possession.
At first the moose didn't relish be.
bitched up , but , ns they nre young ,
they became accustomed to It much
sooner than If they had been full.
grown. Their antlers are now growing -
ing and , by the time the anhnals are !
five years of age , ' 1Ul be of largo size. :
At first the problem of feeding them I
was no small one. When running
wild they live on pond Illy roots , .
leaves of trees or tender shoots of willow -
low , and to get the lily roots it Is
very common to see them wading In
the slml ow water of their nntlve
haunts. At first Mr. Crossman fed
them w1110w twigs and ) 'oung birch ,
but this became quite a tasle , for they
required about three wagon loads a
week. To-day they ent hay , turnips
and cabbage , and seem to enjoy the
diet as much as the one to which they
had before been accustomed. One of
these inoose w111 cat as muclr IJS two
horses. They nibble at something
most of the time except when lying
down during the middle of the day.
Each weighs about 700 pounds or
thereabouts. When full-grown their
shoulders w111 be higher than those of
a horse. Their antlers w111 then add
materially to their weight , orten
weighing from 60 to GO pounds. The
moose Imve a coarse brown hair.
A FREAK CHICKEN.
It Is Hard to Tell Whether It Is a
Hen or a DucIc.
Policeman Joseph Lussier , of WIl-
IImanUc , has a queer freak chiclccn.
The question which perplexe3 the observer -
server Is whether the freale Is a hen
or a duck. The hen.duck was hatched
last May , and It has always borne the
eccentricities herewith described. Its
breed is the white Wrandotte. It has
the head of a pullet and other characteristics -
teristics , but Its wall" posture , etc. ,
arc Wte the duck's. When walking
IS IT lIEN on DUCIC ?
Its body assumes the upright posiUon ,
as in the picture. Its tall Is short and
stubby , and has that peculiar wag
such IJS only the ducle can glvo It , and
Its legs and feet resemble those of a
duck , tho'ugh ' the feet lack a. web.
When it tries to caclde It makes a
sound which is seemingly a mixture
of a cackle and a quack. It cats 'from
the ground lIlee a duck and drinl ( ! a
great amount ol water. As yet the
freak has not laid an egg or essayed
to swim , and these may determine
later to which family It belongs.
PUT MONEY TO GOOD USENet
Not Enough in the Oillcp. , So the Candidate -
didate Dought Himself
a. Farm ,
In a small Indiana town there is an
officer designated as Inspector of
streets and roadways , who receives the
'munificent salary of $250 per year.
There was a lively campaign for this
small plum not long ago , no other
elections being near. The Democratic
candidate waK an old fellow by the
name of Ezeldel Hlcles , and it loolecd
as though he would be successful , as
a neat little sum had been sUl > scrlbod
and turned over to him as a campaign
fund. ' 1'0 the astonishment of ever.v.
body , however , he WfiJ4 defeated. "I
can't account for It , " oue of the Demo.
cratlc leaders said , gJOL'D ! ! " "With
that money wo should have won. IIow
did you lay It out , Ezeldel1" "Hum , "
Ezeltlel said , slowly pUlling his wnls-
Iccr , "yer see , that office only pays $260
a year salary , an' I didn't see no sense
In pa'ln' $900 out to get the ot cc , so
I jest bought me n little trucle farm
Egged Her On , ,
' ' 'l'hlnlelng to keep his wlte from seeIng - I
Ing 'Camille' he told her the play was I
"Did It worl , ? "
"Naw ; she gave a box party.-
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A GANT ! BUILDING
NEW YORIC TO IrA VE nIGH-
EST OFFICE STRUCTURE.
It Will De Thirty Stories IIi h nnd
Will Cost 3,2I : OOOO-To De Located -
cated on Lowc.r Dro\dwny nt
Glnnt among office buildings of the
world. the Clt ) . Im'cstlng Dulhling
com 111\11) ' w11l tower above the great
structures of lower Drondwny , New
York city. This latest product ot the
architect nnd b\1lhler's \ nrt is to bo
30 stories high In Its centrnl pnrt and
25 stol'les throughout the remainder.
It will cover n ground arca of 27 , .
000 square teet at Droadway and Cort.
TOWERING UNTO IlEA VEN.
landt street ; surrounding the old Den.
edict building. 'rhe westel'D part will
cover the slto of the Coal and Iron
Exchange , at Cortlandt and Church
streets , with a frontage In Cortlnndt
street of 209 feet and of 103 feet In
Church street. The Droadway en.
trance will be In Nos. 165 and 167 ,
and a main corridor Q8 feet wide " ,111
run through to Church street , a dls.
tance of 315 feet.
TllC cost of this pile w111 be more
than $3,260,000. In line with the
policy of Robert E. Dowling , president
of the CIty Investing company , to glvo
to tenants qulcle and nbundant transportation -
portation facllltles , the building will
have 21 elevators.
It Is probable that the building will
have an entrance to the 1\IcAdoo tunnel -
nel , which will come up to Church
street , under Cortlandt street , and
wlll turn north under the BOuth sldo
of that thoroughfare. This has not
y.et been decldell upon.
In style of archltecturo the building
will be what Is technically lmown as
free Ital1an. The adoption of this
type of architecture has given the
architect , , Francis H. Klmba1l , an op-
portunlt ) ' to produce a structure
whose massive appearance wlll be Im-
THE MAJESTY OF THE LAW
Not Essential to the Drnwing of an
Every man who has ever tried to guess
one of those conundrums known as Insurance -
surance pollole1l , or who has ever attempted -
tempted to translate into Intelligent
English any legal document , with all Its
whereases and Its herebys and Its afore-
salds , will appreciate the sentiments of
Deacon Elphonzo Youngs , of Vashlng-
ton , who , when malting his will , harkened -
ened to the lawyer's opening paragraph ,
and then exclaimed :
"Rats ! a1l there is about this Is that
at my death I want by ever-falthtul amI
devoted wife , Amelia , to have and control -
trol everything I possess. "
If that wlll would not hold In law ,
says the Four-TracIe News-there beIng -
Ing no possible room for doubt as to the
Intent thereof-the fault is with the law ,
not the will.
FOR WOMEN WHO SMOKE.
A smoltlng car for women Is the
latest Innovation on English railroads ,
and has aroused a storm of criticism
all over the world. The accompanying
mu.stration shows the magnificence
with ! tlcn the apl'tment : Is fitted
up. The car Is of tbe modern Pull.
man type , and Is helng liberally pat-
Charlle-Thero was a splendid trlcl.
done last evening. I saw a man act.
ually turn a hundlcorchlef into an
Billy-That's nothing. I saw a man
only about a week aHO turn a cow Inte
a fleld.-'l'.Il- . .
"lIas cllsalllJolntment come to you 1"
"No , I went looltlng for It ; I went
ever ancl proposed to 1\IIS8 Scadds last
AFTER OIL TRUST
THAT AND OFFENDING RAIL.
ROADS TO OSECUTED.
CARFIELD LOOKS INTO REBATES !
Matter to Be Drought Defore Grand'
JrleJl and Where It Is Found VIola.
tlons of Law Have Occurred Evl.
dence Will De Tilken.
WASHINGTON-Tho statement was
authoritatively l111\do th1\t the dcpart-
mont oC justice will Immcdlately boo
In nn Investigation oC the relations
of the s callcd 011 trust nnd a number
of rnlh'o\lls , with lvlow of detormln'
ing whether there have been violations
ot the antl.rebate IIlW ,
The basis Cor this Invcstlgatlon w1l1
be the Information recently submitted
to the president In n report ot Com.
missioner Garfiohl of the burcau of
COrlorations , which Is soon to be made
public. ' 1'hls relJOrl , It Is lenrl1ed , deals
only with the subject of rcbntes and
does not go Into the questions of vio.
lotions of the nntl.trust law.
If ills found that rebatcs bnve been
given by the rnllrouds nnd accelltod by
the so-caled trust , steps will bo at
once taken , it Is nsserted , to bring the
matter before the grand juries In tbe .
locnlltles where the nlleged violations i
took place , with n view to prosecutions i
in the courts. .it Is not thought thnt I
the delartment of jUBtice In conducting
Its Inquiries will require the service ot
any ono outside of the delJ\rtment
proper , nnd the United Stutes attorneys
and other officers under Its Immedlato
It Is stated that 1\11' . Garfield In conducting -
ducting his Investigation trnvelel ( extensively -
tensively and vlsltod all In1l10rtanl scc.
tlons coverell by the 01)eratlons of tbo I
so'called trust , from New Englaml to
California , and the south , and that the i
ovldence obtnlncd Is amlily sufficient Ito I
to warrant the delJ\rtment of justlco
in taking the course decided upon.
CONFERENCE ON STATEHOOD.
Two Important Conclusions Reached
W ASHINGTON-'l'wo Important conclusions -
clusions were reached by lhe statehood -
hood conferees Thursday. One settles
the school lands question and the other
malees the present registration districts
temporary counties for the purpose of
court jurisdiction during the formation -
tion of the now state and the erection
ot permanent county boundaries.
As to the school Innds , the Warren
amendment voted on by the senate pro.
vlded that wbere school lands were
tound to bo mineral lands , lieu selections -
tions should be made. 'rhe substitute
agreed upon provided In substance that
the state mny lease Its mineral school
lands and shall thus not be deprived
of their greater value.
MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT.
Chief Executive Tells Why He Refuses
Offers of Foreign Donations.
W ASIIINGTON-A special message
was sent to congress by President
Roosevelt in which he explained the
attitude of this government regarding
the offer of contrIbutions to the San
Francisco fire and earthqualee sufferers -
ers from foreign countries. lIe says
that where t1 e contributions were
made to this government he did not
feel warrnnted In accepting them , but
where they were made to the cUizens'
relief committee no action wns or
could bo taken In regard to thom.
FINDS CELESTIAL'S GOLD.
It Was Melted Into Lump and Then
SAN FRANCISCo-A mass of gold
and silver valued at 36,000 melted In
the store of Che King , a Chinese merchant -
chant at Washington nnd Dupont
streets , and which had dlsnppeared
trom the ruins , has been recovercd by
the police at Bror.dwny and Stoclton
streets , where it was fo nd hidden.
The gold and sllyer were melted with
other metal articles.
Monster Benefit Is Arranged.
NEJW YORK-Tho Ilrogram of the
monster benefit for the San I"ranclsco
sufferers to be given at the 1\Ietropoll-
tan opera house was completed on
Thursday night. 'rhere are forty.fi ve
numbers on the bill and In order that
all may appear the performance will
be continued from 11 a. m. unUl mid.
night. .Jacob II. Schiff , treasurer of
the Red Cross and mayors' San Francisco -
cisco relief funds , reports that slnco
the last pUblic aclmowledgement the
combined amount of the two funds has
rCtlched ! Jl 6,883.
Copyright Bill Is Ready.
W ASIlINGTON-It Is understood the
third and final draft of the bill to
codify the copyright laws of the Unltccl
States Is practically completed and will
be submitted to congress by the copyright -
right commission In about ten days.
New Trade Mark Treaty.
WAS H I N G ' 1' 0 N-A trade mark
treaty bet\veen the United States and
Roumnnla has been ordered favorably
reported by the senate committee on
Food Supply Running Low.
SAN FRANCISCO-General Greely
gave warning to the finance commit.
tee of the citizens' relief committee
that he had only eleven days' rations
on hand , that the arm ) ' could not furnish -
nish an ounce of ( oed beyond that already -
ready purchasecl or In sIght and that
tbe Ceedlng of the people Is a problem
which demnluls Immediate nttenllon.
Alter consldemble discussion tbo committee -
mittee decided to have a summing up
of resources and needs. Following this
It Is possible that an appeal for sup-
IPlles wlll bo made ,
WAS WEAK AND DIZZY
Dr. WIlliams' Pink Pills Rutoratl the
Patlont to Perfect Health
And Strength ,
Mrll. Mary Gngn01' , of No , li70 Sonth
Summer IItreot , IIolyolto , Mnss. , has
passClI throuJth nn exporlonce whloh
that some of the Hrel\test bloss-
r.rovell . lIfo 1111\Y 110 within ensy reaoh
llli 'ot be ( oUllll only hJ' mere OIIlUlCO.
A few 'el\rs I\HO while Rho WIoll1ploYClI !
in the mlllll IIhe WIUI lIulhlonly Helzed .
with dlzzlne/ls / nllll gront wenlmoss.II I
Willi flO wonk nt tlmos , " IIho RIlYH , "thl\t
I cOllhl hnrl1ly fltmHl , 1\1111 1IIY heacl be-
Dnille fiO dizzy thnt it Beomed as if the
Qoor wnllmovlllH nroulll1.
. .1\t ' l.'Ollllltloll nt Inst became so ball
UlatI Wnll obllgeel to Hive U } ) work in the
mill , amI later still 1 becl\me 110 feebly
that I coulll 1I0t oven atteUll to mo
bouseholtl l1utles. After the llghteat
DxerUon I hntl to 110 down and rest ulltll
I reoluOll1trongth. !
IIA fdelll1 who hod u8ell Dr.Wllllnms'
Pi1l1 , Pills for Pnle People urgCllmo to
try thom. I bought n hex Rllll begnll to
tnko them. The benefit \Vns so pOllitlVO
( lUll flO quloltlJ' o\'hlont thnt I cOUtIIlUOll ,
to UIIO the Ill11s ulltll- hml taken nlto-
Rether six boxes. Bylmt \ time I was
entlroly onrod , ( lUll for two YOl\r8 I hl\\'o
11\(1110 return of my trouble. I nl11 1I0W
In the best ot hOI\1th n\Hl \ nblo to I\tteml
to n11 my dnlieR. I nllglll to ac1mowl-
mlRo the benefit I recolved n1l11 I hope
tlmt 1IIJ' Rtntolllellt may be the 1IIelU1I1 of
iUlluclllH ethers who II1ny flnffor in this
wny to try thll ! WOlldorful II1Clllelno. "
The Rocrot of the power oC Dr. Wi- )
11l\ms' Pink P11Is in ClllIOS of debility ,
snch 1\11 1\11'11. Goltller' ! ! lies in the fact
that theJ"lI1l\lco lIew blood , IUlll everyor-
Ran ami even every tiny 1I00've in the
bed - fo01s the flUr of 11I0W title of
Dl' . WllIla1ll1l' mnle Pill ! ! nre 1101 < 1 by nl1
drl1HgIJtR ! or will he RtJnt , llfStPllltl , on
recolpt of price , 1i0 cents 110r box , fllx
lIoxml for $ :3./)0 : / ) , lIy the Dl' . Williams
Medicine OOl11JlUlY , Schenectady , N. Y.
Glass Eyes an Old Invent/on. /
Glnss eyes were Invented about the
year 11i79 , and were crude 'tnoduc-
lions of Inferior worlemanshlp , the iris
and pu)11 ) being haUlI painted In rar
trom lIfe1\lco \ mnnner. Shaltospc > are
mentions glnss o'es In "King Lear , "
where the h.lng ndvlses the blinded
traitor Gloucester to "Get thee glass
eyes , and seem to see. "
Cronm Separntors in Nebrnslc.n. .
'There are now nearly 35,000 cream
soparntors in use in Nebraska , which
nialcos U the greatest cream separator
atato In the union. ' 1'hI9 universal USG
of the cream separator spealS eloquently -
quently of Its money maldng qualities
and thousands of farmers In the corn
and wheat belts who formerly en.
gaged In grain raising nnd general
farming now flnd It infinitely lUore
profitable to engage In dairying. The
Nebrnslm EXlerlment Station authorities -
ties estimate tbat from 85 to DO per
cent. of tbe 36,000 separntors In usa
in Nebraslm are tbe farmers' De
Laval machines. This Is not 8urprls-
ing , as their excellent efficiency nnd
the generao satisfaction tbey glvo 11ave
made a marlcot for thom In all parts
of the world.
Crime Stili Went On.
A French writer , In illustrating the
ndvantages of n representative sys.
tern of government , says : "Such I
the respect of the English for their
parllnment that , when It i8 sitting ,
crimes are exceedingly rare , but as
Boon as It rlsos the papers are filled .
with accounts of the most horrlblo
atrocities. " lIe did not lenow that
when , parliament was sitting , the
newspapers had no room for much
of anything but Its reports.
\ To Whom It May Concern.
This Is to cenlfy that my wife ,
Elizabeth ( formerly the , Idow Wild ) ,
is too wild to be steered by my compass -
pass , but one of her own mnldng , and
as she has the dovll for her pilot she
bas altered her course and steered
nwa ' from mo , so tlmt I will pay no
debts of her contracting after this
date.-Rlchard Jenlelns.-aIyde ( N ,
Y. ) Times.
Engineers Protect Village.
The Swiss federal englneors , It Is
said , have succeeded with greal
dlfilculty In arresting the movement
of two miles of debris , which threat.
ened to destroy the vflagos ! or Gru-
cluny and Chamoson , situated in the
canton of Valais.
. THE POMMEL
+ F' liKE LL
. - ' " " ' - 1'O ! Jts
. / CLOTHING.
< t . . ? .
lsmdde or the best
) luli > ' g 4rjnttl. ! nd sold tr
101YEn ; , rrl4 ! t dtdlm fflT1Ilhm
r . . . CV" t17 $ TICKTOTHE
. I" 511m OFTHE FISH
I'JJII-\\iI'TOWlII ONTO Al APlllHCUJllm. , CAlI , , uTOWIR . . . . . co. . " '
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