Daily Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 182, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 3, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY ENTIRPRISEJ
HlKUV A WtLI II, rublkkm
HE SET A PACE
An In New ,Ir-icy They Iteat
A coiyli if New York cyclists ha«l a
peculiar adventure in the laud of tnos-
quit«H*s, otherwise New Jersey. The
two ineu belong to the Uiverairie club
an.I are enthusiast*, but not racers.
They ha I l eon spending their vacation
011 their wheels and on the last day
had planned for a "century," which
should rnd at Asbury park. Since some
of their friends had made this same
run in fast time they determined to
lower the record if possible.
The day was fair, the roads jpood and
the !irst half was covered in time well
Inside the proper tiirure*. Hut within
twenty-live miles of their destination
they struck a sandy stretch and when
they had tiuished it they almost (rave
up hope, as they realized what fast
traveling they would have to do in or-
der to cover the remaining tifteen
miles within the limit. Hut they de-
term ine«l to try.
liefore they liad covered many miles
they overtook a rider going their way
at a "fair jo/." Without stopping,
one of tUe 111 yelled to him as they sped
bv: '*Net uk a pacer*
lu a few minutes he had caught up
with tiie leader, and, dropping in ahead
if him, began to increase the pace, lie
was evidently a good rider and the
New Yorkers began to pump harder.
This continued for a mile and then in
un unlucky moment one of them called
out: "Lend off! We're in a hurrv."
Then the trouble began, for the
pacer turned with a smile and in-
quired: "llow fado you want it?"
"Two minutes, if you can," was the
The demand was apparently taken
in earnest, for the loader quickly
opened up a gap which they were un*
it'. • to B11 Tin'-,- boot (artbv « v.*r
theip handle-ban, while the perapira*
tion star'ei in streams, but ull to 110
avail, lie forged ahead inorfe rapidly
as their energies began to waver under
the unusual exertion and the last seen
of the unknown rider he was disap-
pearing over the crest of a hill some
half mile ahead.
Not many miles further on they
stopped at a convenient "wheelmen'*
retreat'' and while indulging in liquid
refreshment to celebrate the end of
their run one of them fell into con-
versation with the proprietor.
"Did you tee a blue enamel wheel g<
WATERS ARE RISING.
If the tiolf Continue* to Kit«-ro*rh Xew Op-
lrau* Will Be Obliterated
Witliiu the la*t few months there
has come to the notice of Maj. Quinn,
in charge of the lighthouse district, a
most interesting condition, which, in
the course of two hundred years, if
continued, would result in the com-
plete wiping out of the city of New Or-
leans. ibis interesting scientific sub-
ject is simply that the bottom of the
gulf is slowly sinking and the level of
the gulf is rising higher each year.
Tide gauges und observations show
that within twelve years the level of
the gulf has risen one foot. When the
Kads jetties were built and the bill
LOST AN ISLAND AT POKER.
Aacrdotr of Pierre llottlneati, PtoMM
frenchman, Who l.atrljr DlftL
There died, the other day, at his
home in Red Lake fall-, a man who was
so thoroughly identified with the early
history of Minnesota that to try to re-
late it without mentioning his name
s'ould be like trying to make bricks
without straw. This tuan was Pierre
Itottineau, the offspring of a French
father and an Indian mother, and he
possessed all the characteristics of
Mr. liottineau was a native of what
Is now North Dakota, having been
born twelve miles west of the plaee
where Fargo. N. D., now stands. At the
was passed in congress it was decided time of his birth I^ord Selkirk formed
to establish a tide gauge at>4 a level,
and to keep a daily record of the tides.
Some time ago the people of iiiloxi
held that the tide level was increasing
in height. The matter attracted con-
siderable attention, but it was never
given serious thought. Then the Mis-
sissippi river commission touched upon |
colony of Swedes and Scotchme
near Fort <iarry, and when Itottineau
was ten 3ears of age these people be-
gan an exodus for other points. Young
as he was, liottineau was au experi-
enced guide, skilled in wood ami
rrairie craft, and more than one of
Lord Selkirk's colonists he piloted out
Attar of rose is worth $100 an ounce.
The Empress Josephine was fond of
Schiller enjoyed the odor of decayed
Incense was almost invariably used
in all heathen sacrifices.
The principal animal }*rfumes are
musk, civet and ambergris.
Shakespeare mentions perfumes p.s in
common use in his time.
The "Perfumers* street** was tin-
earthed some years ago in Pompeii.
Marie Antoinette preferred Hungary
water to any other kind of perfume.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report
It iiists It00,000 a year to keep up the
TO GAIN WEIGHT.
' whImsI that aho ba«l never been euiuuci*
Thin Pooplo Usually Aro
The First Thing Necessary to t;«ln Fifth
la Health, Then Proper Food for
Both Hotly and Nerves.
From the Journal. Kirktville, Mo.
this question and Maj. i^uinn decided of the wilderness.
to make a close inspection of the tides. I In many of the early expeditions of
l)uriii(T the month of July, lsi 4, and the United States government Pierre
last July he himself suspected that the | was employed as a tfuide and scout,
delta was gradually subsiding, ami ! and was one of the principal members
during these two months tide (fauffeJ of the noted Sibley expedition which , wcll knolv,1 hureaUl)UU ^ WC11 re-
were placed in .if ep water. crossed the plains in the early day: • ipectad wherever be n known. L**t week
From the continuous record kept on He was well acquainted with almost |a reportor of lho jtHtrnal stopped at Mr.
these tide observations he was able to every foot of the Dakotas, Minnesota ■ Gehrltc's and while there became much in-
make comparison, and thus discovered ; and Wisconsin, and at one time was I terested tn Mrs. (Jehrke's aceount of the
♦'Lillian." In* said, severely, to the new
woman, "did you mail that l«-rt«'r I gave
vou this moruiiik"'' Aud then she put her
nan*1 in the in idc poekut of her over oat,
i Iiois de lloulogue, but from |40,U00 to started, pot red in the face and aim
$30,000 is derived from the park itself,
and from the rents of the race courses,
i restaurants and private houses in it. Wheu Traveling
ClHLDBKN from eight to tifteen years Whether on pleasure Ix-nt, or business, take
of ntro are employed in the sulphur on..very trip a bottle of Myrop .1 a - it
« w .♦« uuil,. ..urrv s* ta most pleasantly and effrftiwlv on the
mines of Caltamsetta, Sicily, to kidneys, liver and b.wels, prev.-utin^ fo-
ihe sulphur to the surface of the earth, vers, headaches and other l rius of sick-
The occupation is very unhealthy, and ness. For sak* in..Hi ceuts aud #i bottles by
I the children, after two or three years , ail leading druggists.
| of service, arc physical wrecks.
Henry Gehrke is a thrifty and prosperous L.oger1 - ♦ •
Oermau Farmer living four miles south of the use of spectacles. i n
Bullion, in this (Adair) county, Mo. Mr. into use in Italy, about the year 1885,
Gehrke has a valuable farm and he has been on the recommendation of Alessandroa
s resident of the county for years. He is di Spina, a monk of l'isa, women were
Bonni—'-Papa. Jack Mason said his father
pave him'•< ivnts. and " l'ap i ••Weill'*
Hobby -I'd like to say the tamo of you.'*
Hert iuvn piu.s for onnstipa'ion 10-and
*• G t 1110 book (free) at vour druggist's
forbidden to wear them, because it and go by it. Annual sales G.i>U,uuo uoxea.
was thought such fac ial ornamentation
would make them vain.
that since 1873, when the levels were the owner of vast tracts of valuable
made, the delta had subsided exactly | land, which he subsequently lost in
one foot. These gauges and tide levels some way or another. Mr. liottineau
I were placed in position in 1S7."> and
i verified in ls77. lietween that date
! and 1M1H) the level went down one foot,
but within the la*t five vears the tides
have been stationary or nearly so. The
sinking of the bottom or the rising of
the gulf has been a gradual affair, and
Is spasmodic, as it were. Some years
there would be iio change and again
there was a very great change. The
effect of this decline will be to prolong
tlie deep water channel and driv*
bar further out to sea. The ci
benefit she had not long since experienced
from the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Fills for
Pale People. She said she wanted every-
body to know what a great medicine these
pills are, but as so many people are f)raising
them now-a-davs, she modestly doubted
4*1t is an old saying that a secret can be
kept by throe men if two of them are dead,
but a woman «oaceals—what sho docs noi
Ip you have not arranged to take
The Century this year, you should do so j
at once ami begin with the November
number, the great Anniversary Issue
in which Mrs. Humphry Ward's novel
commences. The publishers make a I
whether her testimony could add anything special offer of a year s subscription to ^ ^ purse-proud man to an
to what others had already said of them. The Cm* —• 1 . ..i
was a warm friend of James .1. Hill,
the railway magnate, having met him
at St. Paul when that place was little
more than a trading point, and where
Mr. Hill was employed as a freighter. ! about Pink Pills was that the people of past volume for fr .(M). All dealers take
In 1841 Mr. B ttineau took up a claim Adair and neighboring < ounties mi^ht \ e subscriptions under thi
on the snot where St Paul now stands, | convinced if air, d .uhted ,tbatoft-i.ubll licd .
I beubvb Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my boy's life last summer. Mas.
| Ai.lib Douglass, LeKoy, Mich., Oct. 20, iH.
began* life without a cent in my
to what others had already said of them.
Her only reasm for talking'for publication and the twelv-
ntun/ beginning with November | dldn'teven haven pocket,"
* * 1 " "*** " " | replied the latter, meekly.
H). All deal
• this offer.
, , , . . . i testimonials cohceruing Pink Pills were
oat iwi1 btviajf hsld it for a short I pQU|B| statements from the lips of persons
time traded it for •' bono and oow, I who hare been benefited by the use of them,
which he drove away * 1 ! 1 • |-«-|«««
the wilderness, little thinking that the
"What can I do to
A rfont to Makr It —"She makes a lot
of talU.'1 "Well, sho is from Boston, the
prove the sincerity of cradle of the language.Detroit Tribune.
ng Mr. Spiffius to his .
his home in sjieakiag of h« r own in to resting experience,
in r ti sit the ' ('**hrke said:
'• A little over a year ago 1 was completely
the land he had almost given away would broken down. I had been takii g medicine
V of in a few years be the site of a great from a doctor but grew worse und worse
feet | city. Later on Mr. Bottineau pur- I HnUl 1 couU.1 •carcejy go about at aU. The
Boston sweetheart. "Promise me that you
will learn to like Browning, replied the .
Intellectual creature.—Pittsburgh Chronicle- la a Constitutional ( ure.
New Orleans is about sixteen icvt liavci uu imvtiu«<au •#«•! - , . _
.... .. i i i i ■ i it i i . least exertion or the mere bending of my
above the level of the gulf, and should j chased for a small sum a large portion | boUv would caUBe Ilie t0 iiavo smothering
the gradual sinking of the land con-1 of what is now Minneapolis, but lost spells, and the suffering was terrible, i
tinue at its established rate of speed the greater portion of it through the < thought it was caused bv in; heart. When
it «MI 1 take about t«o hundred years , d .honeMy of i.urehasers lind the rest up M lio"e 0*1°c*i rbei^mv-
to completely wipe off the map that j through his weakness for poker, a
land which now supports the city, game which he thought he understood.
There is but one objectionable feature j but which other people understood bet-
to the matter at present, and that '9 | ter than he.
There is a story, which the older
residents of Minneapolis declare to be
♦.rue. that Bottineau was once the sole
owner of Nicollet island, lying in the
Mis-.!-sippi river, which divides Minne-
apolis into East and West Minneapolis,
and which is now one of the most im-
portant business and residence districts
that it would be impossible to secure a ,
perfectly steady and sound foundation
for any permanent work that might
be built— X. O. Picayune.
AMERICA AND ARMENIA
Mr. Ilryrc Say* Ulul ThU Country <
One closing word as to the inlluenoe
in.tla,e be'"rt' "" """iqueHlo^rshe* ^iy,'^ and I ^d that he lost it during a
Well, perhaps so. from jiinin, in any ... I them <r, ps the storv to nlav their whenever I began to feel badly. \
"Ves 1 s-,w it." which determine the relations of Euro- "•< " • so <?"*s Ul° st°f-v* " 1 ax , ' tiemui taking l>r. Williams' l'hik P
"Weil wiio was that utreak of P''an powers toward one another; and aerustomed s "ir Ihe stakes kept j ^l!e pe0|,ie. I weighed on\g US pouti
..rensed'll(rlrtnln(r on it?" I .he has neither obUtiwd any «eh leRal
■ Whv. that was Zimmerman." re-' "ffht to interfere for the protection of
plied the proprietor, with a lautfh. . the oatire eastern Christians, nor in-
-Vou didn't trv to race hiin, did vou?" curred any such responsibility towards
The two answere 1 not a wort, but 1 ' the ease with the six treat
looked at each other solemnly,marched
out of the door and, mounting their
wheels, rode slowly awav. The story
finally reached th«
now the only reply they make to t
"Well: we beat the re
X. V. Tribune.
Dowers. |llt *u!!t *le was t^ea^t a hand upon which
Hut she has missionaries in many he hoped to regain all his losses and
parts of Turkey, whom, aud whose ,T'ln something besides. Ik was ^ven
ulmiates and churches and schools are constantly quee,, pat, and drew one card,
threatened bv the local Turkish gaf secured an ace, leaving only four kinffs
mey receive is: ernor., she is entitled to protect; and I w'th which hia hand could be beaten.
>rd anyway."— ' ^he has the enormous advantage of be-
i ing obviously disinterested in all Med-
tliii.g but a helpless invalid. 1 chanced to
read some testimonials in the Farm, I-(Id
in t 1-rrnid'. also in the Chicago Inter-Ocean,
and the sufferings of the people who made
the statements were s > m arly like the suf-
fering I had endured that when I read that
they were so greatly bt-nefitcd bv the use of
l)r" Williams' Pink Pills tor Pale People
1 did not hesitate to go at once and pur-
chase two boxes. I took them according to
directions and bef ore the fli-st box was used
1 felt a good bit better. Keally the lirst
dose convinced me that it was a great rem-
edy. Before the two boxes were used up I
seiit my husbaud for three more boxes, so
thai I would not bo without them. When I
had used th se three boxes I felt like a dif-
ferent woman and thought 1 was ulniost
• Since that time I have been taking them
„„ . . . . Pills for
accustomed game. Ihe stakes kept J pu e people, I weighed only 113 pounds and
growing larger and larger, until every j after I had been usinR the medicine for
i;u-k pot contained a small tortUM, about aix m.intlis 1 weighed ltSJ iwunds. I
'. . t „ . i, „, ...j.. j., have had a good appetite ever since 1 com-
even for that early day. | mcuced taking Pink Pills and instead of
Kver since the game had begun Mr. tnincing along, picking such food as I could
Bottineau had been losing steadily, but | eat eveu with an effort, 1 eat most anything
these ! 'n ^',e an<* valued at many millions j
There are knaves now and then met with
who represent certain local bitters and pois-
onous stimuli as identical with or possessing
properties akin to those of Hosteller' Stom-
ucli Bitters. These scamps only succeed in
foisting their trashy com pounds upon peo-
ple unacquainted with tiio genuine article,
which is as much their opposite as day is to
nigh't. Ask and take no substitute for the
prand remedy fur malaria, dyspepsia, con-
stipation, rheumatism and kidney trouble.
Gricie s first experience In eating a
peach—"I've eaten it, cloth aud all, 1
mamma. Now, what shall I do with the 1
From Now Until Spring
Overcoats and winter wraps will be in fash- |
ion. They can bo discarded, temporarily,
while traveling in the steam heated trains
of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Nt. Paul itail-
way. For solid comfort, for speed and for
safety, no other line can compare with Uns
great railway of the West.
Turns are such things as adorable fault#
and iasupportablo virtues.—Filegcnde BlaU
Women paint their cheeks and men paint
the town.—Atchison Globe.
"A ritrnr.VT man,
man, "is like a pin.
from going too far.
" says a witty Freneh-
Hishead prevents him
I rrfinnny In
iterranean questions, having nothing
to gain for herself in that region of tiie
world, ilence any action taken by her,
either on behalf of her missionaries or
frotn sentiments of humanity anil sym-
pathy for the oppressed and persecuted, I
cannot be misunderstood by the Turk;
or misrepresented by tiie press of con
tinental Europe, as that press con-
It I* .* Ciraml nn<l I'omp*
tlir I Mini of tlit* Sultan.
It is remarkable that the more se-
cluded the domestic life of a people is
the greater is the publicity given to all
•ceremonies connected with the family
events. This is particularly noticeable
in Turkey, where all the neighborhood
is called ufton to witness the observ-j gnj iand, though in interfering on be- .
unces. both reliifious aud aecular. with ,ialf o( lll(, Armenians England haa I ,ver« wtshimr they had more to watrcr
not, and cannot have, any selfish mo- "P"" th^r re«, ect.T. handa. At last
I :ill the men possessed lay on the table
I in front of them, and ic was Bottineau's
! bet. Carefully looking ov
that comes on the table, I urn ne t ti;
valid I was. I do not have to be waited
upon now as if 1 was a helpless child, but I
work all the time, doing the housework and
rroninjr and working in the garden without
that dreadful feeling which comes over a
person when they are afraid they are going
to have oue of those si>ells that 1 used to
■•Work don't hurt me any more. Ihon-
estlv believe that had it ii"t been for I)r.
Williams' Pink Pills I would now be in my
gr ave. 1 still have what the doctor calls
mlinglv. His opponent also consid-I bilious coliO but the Pink Pills have made
i,..n,i rr<ii>1 ,,ne md nro-nnt- rae mu,*h better and the spclte are not so
han a n . n I pr .npt freqUent un(j Jiro n,.thing like as painful as
1 every bet made by Bottineau, betorc I began to use them. 1 would not be
n all the players bat Bottineau 1 without the Pink Pills for 4
and his opponent dropped their hands ! under any circiitn stances
. ' t, ... the other diseases for w_ f -
an 1 retired from the game, after which oiaUy recommendod. 1 take pleasure in
| they sat and watched the conflict The telling my neighbors the benefits 1 have re-
Ir you want to bo cured of a cough use
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Self interest is always at the rate of 100 i
per cent.—Young Men's Era.
It's the feature of
Pat. Hook and
Eye. No matter
how you twist
and turn, it holds
the eye in place.
Send tuo cent stamp
trilh name and ad-
I firms, and we will
I mail you Mother Goose in new clothea
I —containing fen ootof pkri • (m black
> and white picturea; and lota o/ lively
Riciiarmos A DeLonq Rros., Pbllada. M
As he saw, or thought he di:l. which
amounted to the same thing, one of the
players discard a king, he considered |
his hand invincible, and played it a<
Loss of opportunity is life's greatest loss. Think of suffering with
5 IO 15
j♦ KibwitnkMin Years Years Years
it When the opportunity lies in a bottlo of ST. JACOBS OILe It cures.
that disease alone
say nothing of j
the other diseases for which they arc espe- 1
stantly misrepresents the action ol
tai)le was heaped with money and the
personal belongings of two men. who
which such incidents of family life
as birth, marriage and death are at-
At some of the mosque schools each
-child receives two full suits of clothes
every year, one for summer and one
for winter. In the secondary schools,
which are under the government, the
pupils are not only lodged, fed aud
taught, but receive also a pension in
With these tempting prospects be-
fore him little Achmet or Selitn. when
hi** fond parents have decided that he
is old enough to begin his education, is
not, like many of our own urchins,
«een "creeping like a snail tin willingly
Dressed in his holiday suit, and be-
decked with all the jewels and personal
adornments which his parents possess
or are able to borrow for the occasion,
on his head a velvet fez almost covered
with strings of sequins, gold pendants
he thought a moment and then re-
marked that all he had left was Nicol-
let island, which was once the home of
Father Hennepin, one of the earliest
settlers of Minnessota. his log cabin
stood upon a little mound in the center
of the islan I up to a few years ago,
when it was pulled down to make room
for the residence of Col. Kin?.
This island Bottineau was willing to
bet against two hundred dollars. The
b't was called by the man on the op-
posite side of the table and Bottineau
laid down liis four queens with a smile
superbly caparison.- 1 horse and led ... | rcsoInblcs tll0 brido o[ mv heart, Uk
pompous procession through the | fair nortllcrn maiden.' and that 'she
streets in the neighborhood of the
Before him his future instructors
walk backward, slowly and gravely,
as if to prolong the ceremony. Be-
hind him, on a cushion, is carried the
Koran —to know which holy book by
heart entitles the youth or maiden to
the honorable title of hafiz-the little, , fel their possession, under
folding bookstand, incrusted withll.v
mother of pearl, for holding the sacred
volume, and his chanta, or writing
case, embroidered with stars and cres-
cents in gold thread.
All his future school fellows follow,
two by two, chanting verses attributed
to the prophet, inciting to the love of
learning, to brotherly kindness, in-
dustry and tolerauce, and concluding
with good wishes for their new com
teachers, and finally glorification of
The masters beat time with a long
The position of America h therefore
a very strong one. The appearance of
her gunboats off Turkish ports has be-
fore now had a wliolescme effect upon
the Turkish mind: and these gunboats
would do well to appear promptly
whenever the rights of her citizens and
the safety of their educational institu-
tionsare threatened. At Constantinople
much depends also upon the capacity
antl the firmness of the envoy who em-
bodies and speaks the will of a foreign
power.—James Bryec, M. P.,in Century.
WOMEN OF THE NORTH.
Many Good Oualltl*** of Norwegian Wlvci
ami Mother*. ^ on h*ls face. With a shout
Prof' Hove ,en, in writing of , Ms 0 UMll ,:li, on the table, face no,
his countrywomen -the women of the | f >ur kin a!1 , a trav There wa, a
Norse country says: "In my i ljoa., ,ile.,L.„ f„.a mum^nt. Then Hot-
d;, vs we used to si„^ with immense en* , lillt.all caUed for wrUln«r materials,
thnsiasm the song. " 1 lie Women of tiie
.41 1^-1-^ 1 V",V " v.v-WV v
that day he never
After drifting around the country for
time Pierre went to Red Lake falls,
where he took up a claim, and where
he remained up to the time of his
leath, at the age of 81 years. He
gradually acquired other property ami
left his heirs a valuable estate. With
the death of Pierre Bottineau passes
away the last of the old-time Canadian
voyageurs and guides, who were such
an important factor in the upbuilding
of the northwest, lie was the father
of twenty-seven children, only a few
of whom survive him. The one best
known is J. B. Bottineau, who spends
ved fr'..in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People, and know o! several who have j
been greatlv benefited by tliem.''
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People ;
are considered an unfailing specific for such i
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neural-
gia, rheumatism, nervous heudrn he, the i
his cards after effects of la prippo, palpitation of the
heart, pale and sallow complexions, that ,
tired feeling resulting from nervous pros- |
tration; all diseases resulting from vitiated
humors in the blood, such as scrofula, ;
chronic erysipelas, etc. They are also a
specific for troubles peculiar to females. |
suoh as suppressions, irregularities and all j
forms of weakness. In men they effect a i
radical cure in all eases arising from men-
tal worry, overwork, or excesses of what-
ever nature. l)r. Williams' Pink Pills are
sold by aU dealers, or will be sent postpaid I
an receipt of i>riee, <50 cents a box or six
boxes for they are never sold in bulk
P or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams1
I Medicine Co . Schenectady, N. Y.
V J A.V v' Tr*5
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there is only one
It is the leading magazine of the world—first in
everything, in literature, art and patriotism. It
is the greatest literary product of American soil.
"Who reads an American book?" is no longer
asked in England, where twenty thousand copies
of The Century are being read every month.
It costs 35 cents a number,— it is not n ten-cent
magazine,— it c.innot be made for that. If you will
get a copy of the November number Tny it
fon all news-stands) you will sec why. ' * ■ '*•
Published by The Century Co., New York.
iitimcmeie^^eoetefetsteton>ni 111fi pao* ti
ants .1 111 lo.iue O.I I <1 IH-CU HI II
North, which, among other exploded , „in„, < ti,.,
sn.l pearl tasscK he moonteJ on a commonplat.es. .ieolared that -the Ulv if1 ' ,V l Z on
,1 in i . . . ... . , . loucnea «i caiu oi co
41 11' , . .„i.i . *i... i... ... .. r ..... i. !,. 1
stands unaltered, exhaling her coy
fragrance; she is the blossotn of blos-
soms.' Though this comparison has
been repudiated as misleading and un
complimentary, it has not as yet los*
and never can quite lose its applica
tion. For the qualities which the man
demands the woman is bound to sup
"Tom has proposed, nnd asks me to give
him his answer in a letter." "Shall you do
itf" "N' •; 1 will lie more liberal nnd give
him his answer in two letters.''—Harper's
Jrsj laws are no restraint upon the free-
dom of the good, for a good man desires
made oat a deed to the island and left | nothing which a just law will interfere
The opinions of the misanthropical rest
upon this very positive basis, that they
adopt the bad faith of a few as evidence of
the worthlessuess of all.—Bovee.
STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE.
CABLED FIELD AND HOG FENCE.
Also CABLED POULTRV, CAROEN AND RABBIT FENCE.
VTe manufacture a complete line of Smooth Wire Fencincr aacl ffnnrnntpe every article to be aa
represented. It you consider quality we can save you money. CATALOGUE FILilJE.
OE KALB FENCE CO.,1^
penalty of celibacy. .Vnd a Scandi-
navian man does not differ essentially
| from the male of other civilized race?
in demanding of his wife all the stand-
ard copy-book virtues. He looks to hei
primarily to uphold the dignity of his
house; to give, by her presence aud
manner, a certain eclat to his hos-
pitality; to make his domestic ma-
chinery run as smoothly, noiselessly,
, . . , and economically as c rcumstances
"'111 permit He associates with hii
vision of her a certain sweet matronli*
ness, which grows more pronounced
with the years, as the children gather
wand with which they also giro the about her kne^ Though the girl be
■signal at the end of each verse for the
■solemn refrain of "Amin" from the
chorus, in which the spectators join
On returning to the parental roof a
distribution of small coin is made to
all the "beggars and other people ool-
lected round the gateway, for in the
east the poor always come in for their
share of the rejoicings of their brethren
more favored by fortune—Pittsburgh
ever so coy and submissive to her lov
er's wishes, he knows that it is in the
nature of things for the young wife tc
develop, through the* cxperieneo ol
wifehood and motherhood, a person
nlity which must not only win love,
but also command respect. As his \rue
comrade and faithful friend, she sthnds
at his side, shares his burdens, and
bears with him the brunt of the hard
battle of life."—Philadelphia i'resa
® ™ ifg ') ■ (§J) (plfMk;|l|
much of his time at. Washington as the
attorney of the Turtle mountain In-
< ompitnj Shocked.
The other evening there was com-
pany at his home and the children
were brought in to be shown. One of
the visitors took a fancy to Johnny
and asked him what he would be when
he became a man. "I reckon I'll bo
hung," replied the youth. "Father
says that's what I was born for.
The K< Artrd or Duplleity.
Tired Tom kins—Did yer tell her vei
wns a orphan widout rnudder an' f Ad-
"What'd she give you?"
"She giv' me a bunch of flowers le;
put on their graves."—Puck.
| Drs. Maybe and Mustbe.
You choose the old doctor before the young one. Why ?
Because you don't want to entrust your life tn inexperienced
hands. True, the young doctor way be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe is in rcach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers — the long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment — when you arc concerned.
The new remedy may be good — but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy must be good — judged on its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AVER'S Sarsa-
parilla in preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparilla for half a century. Its record inspires
confidence — SO years of cures. If others may he good,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla must be. You take uo chances when you
take AVER'S Sarsaparilla.
THE AF.RXOTOR CO. doea half tin vrorld'S
1 1 -t of
wind power to l 6 w&at it was. It has many brand*
^ n houses, and supplies its jrootis and repairs
a at yuur door. It can and dous furnish a
- better artlclo for less money than
# others. It roak! s Pumping aud
fttioared. Steel, Galvanized afior-
••Completion windmills. lilting
/ and Fixed Steel Towers. Steel BuasSaw
Frames, Steel Feed Cutters and Feed
1 Grinders. On application It will name oue
of those articles that It wUl fura. -h until
January 1st at 1/3 Uic usual price, it also makes
Tanks and Pumps of all kinds. Send for catalogue.
Fatlsry: I2tb, Rockwell aod Fillmore Streets*.Chicaife
Are nent out to work, free of ab&rge toemployeroe
employed. For help <>f all kiwis *1 to the TOJI
Bt'KfcAU OK I.ABO it AMI TRANSPORTATION Of ChH
catto, Uouiu lit, 167 L)uarDv.xa t.. Vlaher, Seo'f.
A. N. K. —D
I 57 9
WHEN WKITING. TO ADY'EUTMEUA PLE VS®
ntato t'aat you uw ike £4vcrti*cin.<p* U tkl%
Bon vJcu+Th djrup.
In time. UBn
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