The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 4, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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Indicate as trrir as aay physical
srraom sher aaVtbiag. thai tie or -
cans sad tiss-ues k the" body are sot
They draw thesr sasteaaace from
the blood n4 11 the bW is thia. i-
w we ura - - - .-. j (
through the nervous system aad tie
result of the general dissatisfartifia is
what -ire call Nervoasaess. !
TMs it & kdcm. msLdUe exrik-
aatioaof the whole matter. I
The cure far yervonsaes. then.
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nerves tissues sad crraas wiQ have
aerret tissae-s saa crraas
the healthful nourishment they crave.
yervoasaess aad Weakaess win thea
give way to strength aad health.
That this is aot theory but fart is
jaovea by the voluntary itabKacats of
thousands cared by Hood's Sirsapa-
rilla. Bead the next ocCt-w. '
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Tee Order of the Ear of C-ura is the
peeaiiar thie cf aa oroer e-taUuhed ia
Brittaay ia lMi. It sejler took aa
oath to eaeoaraje as far as pataihie the
arricdtaral iateresta of the ectatry.
Drssse the day of Anseaiaa tase-
;adeace aa order was fcraaded ia that
siost aaoeat of oireatriea; it was en- J
tlUed the Order of St. Blaise aad was
2tahHshcd by aa Arraeaiaa Ida? ia I
Tee Order of Cisliaa O-irity was
estab2ished ia Traace ia WIS. for the
parpoe of eaooara?? ersaalred be-
aeroleat effort. It was cae cf the few
distiactioos nore beaeToScat thaa p-1
litieal or soaaL
The Order of the IVath's Head is the
sxxaewhat pecaliar desijaatica of aa
order of kaifrhthood foaaded by Loaisa
EHrabeth of Saxe-Jiarbar? ia 1TCO.
It is a f eauJe order aad has a Ttsy
Laired eaiJers : i
Betoee the days ot the erspire the j
oost azaxT crrxea ii.iitijwj m
Traace was the star of the Order of Si.
Deais. It was foaaded ia t3T aad
was rrralSy eacoaratd dcria? the lat-
ter daTS of the Boarboa.
Mss. Hcucca "It paias ae to speak
ey ehildrea." Mrs. Eoaswr "Me too.
I always tara theaa orer to aiy hasbaad.
His haads are harder." Philadelphia
Jess So their ea?a?eaeat is of!;
how did it hapjiear Bess "Be kaew
liT-tf so well that he was tare she
woald pet tired of him. Kat Field's
"Ako Johaay what particalar plcas-
cre do yon dear yoarself dnrin? Leal?"
Johaay "IVe stopped pattia? pcaaies
ia the box for tae heathea." Prori-
A T&aOE paper says that the Caaa-
diaas wear aad discard awre orershoes
than aay other nation oa earth. Oae
caa readily believe it who has detected
the anas of a Canada a cigar Miane-!
Cures ST JACOBS OIL-SHUi
....WHAT MORE IS NEEDED
Beedum's pills are for bilious-
ness bilious headache dyspepsia
heartburn torpid liver dizziness
sick headache bad taste m the
mouth coated tongue loss cf
appetite saliow skin etc. when
caused by constipation ; and con-
5tjriarmrt is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Go by the bosk- PJBs 10c aad :5c a
box. Book FREE at xcr druggist's cr
write B. F. Allta Co. 355 Ca.izl Street
AtTasl u ert this O0X0M boxes.
J. I. CASE T. M. GO.
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The rtrtiQutxzA pvrnt tt
za- Cr c c'-atr Z.T .tir
If w ia micTite t. u cci- -a
are alvar reij lot ce .t.
rsake tie Ur p;c--a r-t
So? la SO Ejirij ir tt t-
U3 II tle fcvct T' a-ji;
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cJawts. wathtcr tx -- if rr r j
trw-a-eic rESA.lLTJITC to
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J Wlti plfiasore I wfll stale that
derfsily. Fee several taoath 1 coasd
iaV Be dewa to deep a acooaat ef
heart treble aad W
Prostration of the "
.--. -raai-- tike Hood's
Ss - sfcrarBla tere was a change for tie
better la a short tine I was feeling
spScadSdly. I now rest well aad am
able to da work of whatever kind. If I
b Ho Ssr-saparilla I do
faaw ""-hat TTO!iJ 1??0
- I eep it ia my hoc au the tfasa
aadrheTLhersV the fAmfly taVr
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nouiinti UKD nwu 9
-nainrm!l I hare hirhlv r
meaded it aad ae of ay aeigalars hat
ceaameaced tains? it. 1 reeccaavead
Hood's Sarsapsrilia at every oprartaai-
tv Mrs. S- BtArtnocx. M Erie A v..
Be s-xre to gt
OVER THE GLOBE.
Thee: are fW.t'.C caore wosaea thaa
taea ia the ureseat rpaIatoa of Great
Thz Sootch loalcs hare redoeed the
rate of iaterest oa deposits' to oae pe
oeat the lowest rate ksown.
g-Kxyec ld waraxsrs are asoi bj
f-pi wocata. la ood weather. wher
j j j- Veep their feet warai bj
-$jr? theai oa a do?.
Xxttkax cas is reparted to hare beer
discovered ia the bed of the KSo PUta
aear Bneaos Ayrra. A bill praatia? 1
ajoaopoJy of it to the diKorerer is b?
fore the coasrress.
State eoatrol of the liqaor trafSc ii
to be tried oa a lare scale la Easoa
la the soTeraaieaU of Perai Tfa Or
t bar? tad S&ssara fa east Bassia
driaks are to be sold oaly by the state.
G ATRONOMIC SCRA PS.
Tnocsajrrj would be aseh f oader of
ideTnrAn u they were cheaper.
br s3T cases aHered pref ereace fca
-gaaiy gaaje" is a silly affectatioa.
Pnoras nsTiafactcrc of zaayoaaaise
is aa art alaxt alda to ohiaa paiatia?.
A CinartSE dish rcecessfclly repro-
daeed here is braDed han with hoaey
Parrr as a rettorotiTe U reeeivia;
more aad aore atteatioa froc2 Eedlsal- !
It Is easier to cs&tch pearls thaa tc
sacoessfoliy eat aa artichoke the first .
PlT bclie-wl ia siaiple diooers fo
he said raaa; dishes bria? caay di
Too ncci! scrapple will caas ooe te
rejrret aot havia? a larya life laser-
aarc Esousn prejudice aaiast as doei
aot le&sca their aSectioa for Aciericar
SiLiKEsrzAKE was ri?ht whea hi
wrote: Unquiet laeals aake ill dl-
A Moxorosors dish at public
qncts fa everlasting
faderloia of bef.
THAN A PERFECT CURE....
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W. L. Douglas $3 & S4 Shoes
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FINE ARTS BUILD NG ATLANTA CX. EXPOSITION.
CAPITA! STORIES. 1
THrs Eoari ia tiad Oat
cf CoajTOEs" t?ft?lL
H-r-lrrr Ilf-d 0rtlmc Suiytirr for
I5r-4sJ tTtOJanos trtter.';
It is related of Tbmi Stervas that oa
sae oeeasfoa whet he was eraserated
by a ralia? of the ehatr aad traed his
t back spaa the presidzag' eOoer as he
iion-lj walked dowa the arafci akle of
the ho9s of repreatath&. the
ijnaker hteuae rery ategry aad
ihofiMd: Dcws the peatleaas acta to
show his ooatoqrt for the ehaL-T"
-Xo. rwjvjoded Stercas "I w try-
la? to eoaoesl l
! Oa 9bc otcasioa wbea Speaker Crip
rras In laulBg the di aad nwi ull-
iar es-5peaher Beed to take ass seat
the biff ou from Maise said: I hear
t 5oaadlu? br.vss or a tiaklia? rraibcl.'"
"What dc-es the geatlesaaa raeaa?"
fcagnly iajaired the speaker.
"The rales of the boase do not re-
cire me to cxpooad the Seriptares"
I said Beed as he disappeared ia the
Thea it suddenly dawaid apoa the
triads of raany that Speaker Crisp had
beea seoaiiagiy uncharitable ia his
tsanacr toward his disiiazui&bed pred-
eeesvsr aad that St. Paal had writtea
that whoao had not charity beeuac as
"a sousdia? brass or a tiaklia? cyaj-
baL" A C- forlh Cittlc tortor.
Mr. JohaMja of Indiaaa oa oae occa-
sion ia the heat of debate called a
proBsiaoat Illinois coayeM7-:r.n aa ass;
I cad thereby created a grvat seasatioa.
The followias collojny oeeurred:
The Speaker 'to the reatlersaa from
idiaaa withdraw the epithet?
I l - 1 j .-j r 1.
traTir the tengaage jlr. Speaker bat
ma lata la that the penUemaa from Illi-
nois is aot ia order.
The GeaUemaa frora nHaois How
tiu I oat of order?
The Oeatlasiaa irsa Iadiaaa Prob-
tbly a veteriaary scj-?eoa eotid tell
rnlor atfr. Ooerr uttla.
Speikiag of Scriptorsl t30130515 re-
minds me of the caique use of a text
by Senator Sanders of Montana dur-
ing the contest lr reeiectioa before
the legislature in Helena dtrisg the
waiter of lsM-i 1 telegraphed him
that if he could not be reelected that
he should by all moans prevent the
election jf a certain other seeker of the
position. The aawer came back over
the wire: "Head f.wiecath chapter of
John; arst varss. IV. F. Sanders."
Turning to the Bible I read: "Let
cot your heart bo troubled. Ye believe
ia liod; believe also ia Me." The sena-
tor did aot mean to be sacrilegious but
to convey hi answer ia a manner which
would be intelligent to oo aad aot to
Oft of tt Ittfttfeftt CezftEBt-ftlft-
Senator Vest is the ablest readv de-
oa the democratic side of the
acaate. aad he was the only member '
of hi party ia that bodv with whom
the brilliant lagalls of Kar.ts never
aght a foreaslc ivraagle. &aator
Vest is a Tiry apt story-teller aad
sometimes zaake same of the most tell-
ing points ia his -.peeebos by anecdotal
Ulcerations. Oao of hi mo?t telling
tpplvcatioas of an iaeUUat wasdHr-
cred whe.t he ridiculed Seaatar Ilill.
ni U kaowa to be CVviland's worst
enemy but who had delivered a long
speech n the senate otcaibly is de-
fease of Clevebrad for his coars ia
tr-? !. .nl-.fMP. -Cftn ir Vftt c-J.
-T .nft rwAm rt - Ifti Aftja.fc A - I
noted cnaiiaal bet in esder to ave
him it becajae aeoesary for jae to pic-
ture him to the jery as a zui oi laeh
low order of moral seaaibUitles
that he was ig-aecust of the ex-
tent of his legal responsibility aad
therefore eoJd aot coraxait crhor.
Yi ell. I saved hfam; be; he af arwards j
caave to ae aad said that h would
rather go the paaftcatiry for life thaa
bear that sj afuia. Aad 1 are-
sutae that the yreatlea: i.-H TDnhiai
the sts: way trhac he read the sfxwoh
iahu behalf which was ddirerd Vy
the senator Itose Xew Yori."
tn aitri C-.m ia Snr.
Ccegrriiwi- Bax Loekwcd. of Baf-
fi.asiTi that srlthia his reooUectioa the
gre&t waterfall at Niagara wa. vaspead.
-. as .ithaaautjjKOBM patted orer it
daarrjas raahy psaoe dry daod. lie
u:.' tlt this jairacl; w. wroajfat ia
1-1- dnaythcaMata cf March. To
K exax it was oa the aaontzaf of
-.a S. IMH aad for several boars
the wcCftlorfal. the reaMtlea the wsw
1 -si torrcat dd ewese to flow aad the
-trite rrrer ha the worid raa dry.
1's j.iwrsxi paralyatd. It roariag
sxz.iT iato sSftOee. It u aaraehed
aadhcaidiatedbcik bar aad Vsrrra
Tae preecdiag wiaVer had lora a
Ifcerrrrt oae aad the jje whivh had
f A 1 v
J EXXB A
1Tztf he Erie " o1 pa-
j imrtTifst 1 sere came oa joarea
S? a ssddea exocediagly warm spall of
weather which raehed the saows aad
thea a warm rala rocred dorm la
torreats daring the eatire day of the
2th of March. The lee waslooaed
aad a stroa? east wiad ir&re it far oat
ia the lake daria? the alibi. Dot at
searive oa the Sth the wiad caaae from
the west and. a the saOors say it was
"bkmia? prest ?t-" This tenia
pale drore the israease ssassof lee
into the xtwath of IS'Saara river where
it was gorged aad piled up from shore
to shore beraaetieuly sealing the river
aad damming the tra.ers back into the
lake. Thas It happcDed that Xia-rxra
raa dry. lu faUs became bleak barrea
roeks and its mishty thunders were
put to sleep. Wltaba four or Sve hours
tiny stmuns of water began to
trickle throagh the gorge The
tretaendoas powr back of thoe
streams accelerated their Sowiar;aad
ia a short tioe the lee dam gave way
aad there aever was such a wild
roeriag. asad Scod la X&i-rara 1-efore
or s&aee. Aad thus the catsract became
This story sacrests toraethe thought
that the saune power which thas
throttled the askhty Kfarara may as
readily hare divided the Bed sesaad
the Jordan; aad sabeUerers aaT ao
longer have rua&oa to doubt those
Tlir ffr of rioCI-ftcy It TTftBt.
Xothiag could be raore startMag to a
business maa or a literarv worker thaa
to have the ghost of a former friead '
walk iato his oface take a chair aad
bogia a eoav-rsatioa as though many
years of time had aot elapsed nor the
aataral eveat of death had iaterverved
since their last meeting. You caa
faintly imagine how surprised aad (
shoeked I was this noraing whea the
ghost of a friead of years ago walked
iato ray ofSce took a chair." rented a
little hand satchel oa the fkor aad
oiameaeed to talk about a practical
business aflair As sooa as I realized
that it was a friendly spirit oa a friead-
ly visit and understood that my assist- 1
race was desired aad sought the feel-
la; of astoaishncnt and amazement
passed away and I became interested ia
the rabiect of the conversation which
was broached by the visible.
When I saw him last twelve yeart
ago be was strong robust active aad
popular. He was emiaeat ia odd fel-
lowship fro? masoary aad the pythiaa
fraternity. To-day whea he catered
myoScc pale thla with straggliag
gray locks aad Treacrable beard with
pallid couateaaacc suakea cheeks but
large glistening eyes 1 recognized my
former friead with dlCculty aad oal j
realized after some moments of coa-
I vcraatioa that he is still ia the acsr
srz hjlx ixst m roLmaix. ccip.
aad was aot a visitor from the mys-
terious uai verse bevoad the river "of
"I am old. feeble aad very poor." be
said. "I have ao home of my own but
am paying rcat as I have done all my
life. I have lot my political grip have
lost my oface aad the frieads who were
oacc strong aad powerful have died aad
left nc here alone I am aow slxty-
ave years of age aad am seUlag a little
patent invention for holding opea doors
I in ofikvs or houses. I would like to
show it to you aad demonstrate the
n-tWAft-nnAT'lm v- --A .
lo serped. for I am aa hoaest raa
1 ana save (een au my u:e; ana inn u
j an hoaest way of making a living. I
' am too feeble to do manual labor but
I am able to walk around and show this
pateat device aad arge people to take
j it aad thas I saaag.- to make enough
to keep body aad soul together during
j the few r4ftUuaiBg days of the years of
1 soy life which is fast drawirg to a
The oU avia had spent his Hfe la
govemraeat cmaloyaseat with good
pay all the tie. and yet like so many
thtwsaads of others be had saved aoth-
laj for his latter years. The average
goveraase&t derk is thriftless. They
are aearhr all careless of the future.
Aad saaay of them wha adversity
eoans as it had come to ray aged
friead. sx&ct go "over the hflls to the
pooraoaec." vr also depend largely upon
the Osariry of the friends of better
days. Sjoth D. Ist.
A Drr-am ad It IllSUmoL
A yaang aw.a Kviag ia Floreace
drscjacd that he had bees bktea sad
saartaBj woaaded by the nsarale Boa
wfaiHi stood with opes Jews la front of
a eerMia chares. Walkxag past the
ehrrch with a few friead oa the id'
loaiBdayhe told then of his drezJB.
aad plaocd Us haad iBtScUoc's xaavth.
With the words Xow bite ant" At
that very iastaat he telt a vMasat jttia
lor-a aaoralam that lay eoaeealed la the
lioa's aw had saaag hies so serecrfy
that he died ia a few hoars.
Tift rtorftl Jard&alftr.
Jardhslerec of china ia large floral
desagas acv aew aad efieetjre. Xai-
araUy eolored paasiea afaak aad white
aralcui daisies aad full-blown roses
are abed to hold palses dwarf pines
aad feraa. They are a eharmlagad-
dttioia to a drawing-room. Is aeadia?
a growicg plaal as a gift it is a pretty
f-.ncy to place it in oae of the atw
I" lit 1 1 L. a-jl yrSyT
The pas well at Oklahoma City 11
still coin? down.
The chasces are that the govern-'
meat wilt U the Fort supply reserva- (
The Choctaw has been enjoined from
ruBniasr through the Eickapoo reserva-
tion. One hundred and ten residences have
beea built in Oklahoma City siaee last
F. A. SiaaHey of Stillwater ba. been
arreVed for rofebtn? the postofSee at
Winter has cerulaly goBe. Coatt
are fasaloaable now ia Oklahoma on '
1 Sprisger was a eaadidate for speal-j
er of the last eosgress. Xoir he is an
I adian Territory judge. j
A oict stock eompaay has been
formed to bsiid a railroad from stUl-
water to the Santa Fc line. j
j Three Pawaee youag men went over
to Stillwater and bought sails of eloth-
. ing. The local paper roasts them. J
j In Oklahoma uder a cewlaw thov
i who pay the.r nhole tax in iWemler
are entitled to a rebate of 3 per cent.
The territorial board of health has '
b-sued a notice of quarantine agaiast ;
j all people from Hot springs Arkaaas. 1
The Indian Territory is being sur-
veyed and veetionized. An appropri-'
ation of SSOMfcO was made to carry on (
It is a rare divorce cate in Oklahoma
where the plaintia' does not declare
that he or she has suiTerd great men-
tal anguish. '
The coroner's jury in the case of
Allen who fell dead on the streets of
Perry was that he died of paralysis of 1
Avery i Son the agricultural irnple-
merit manufacturer of Kentucky me
otfcriag prize fur the best corn raid
ia Oklahoma. (
j A public meeting has been called in
j Mclhall to derive ways and means
I whereby to do np the numerous thieves t
I of that vicinity.
1 Eiama Bnggs a young woman from j
j Pottaivatomie county who is In jail at
' Guthrie for counterfeiting is said to j
be really beautifuL '
1 An O-age Indian tried his first feath-
er bed at a Stillwater hotel last week.
j lie cut open the mattress and climbed 1
ia ainoar the feathers.
! The provision in the Indian bill
allowing Oklahoma to select school
lands from Indian reservations adds
i J9.CK0 to the ftchool funds.
ft ill Clapper a farmer sear Oklaho- !
ma City will have a ed of cotton this
year growing between a feld of Kafir
j corn and field of wheat. '
The Dawes commission which the
last congress Increased by two will j
hoon open out for a somtcer's cam-
paign again on the Five tribes.
Long Tom Little Axe and Blue Coat '
the Potawatomie Indians who were
accused of kllliLg Tankersley several
years ago hare been aeqeitted.
The law pas-ei by the late territor-
ial legislature postponing the Use of
payment of the over-due taxes of 1i
seems to meet with general favor.
A couple of wmii ago the "Posey
Saif in the Iodiaa Territory an-
nounced that they would sueeeed BiU
Cook but they haven't done it yet.
Mrs. H. E. Thurston has presented
the federal jail at Gsthri with a libra-
ry consisting of 134 volumes. The
books are for the ne of the prisoners.
Their agent advertises that he is
reai'y to rent the Chejenoe and Arrap-
ahoe laads on ae year contracts but
the price asked ought to buy the lana
out and out.
The directors of the Oklahoma ex- '
periment station nolemnly slate that
"a satisfactory remedy for the squash
bag is yet to be found." Why cot
William Slaving of EnM is In recipt
of a letter that went down to the bot-
tom of the sea in the ill-fated Elbe
It was ashed out by a direr and arrived
in due coure.
A London paper recently came out
is an editorial calling for the arrest
of Oklahoma for cruelty to anima s.
The editor had read a dispatch about
the cattle suffering in a blizzard.
Six people ia Lincoln county have
been poboaed by eating food made
with a cerliaa cheap baking powder
recently latrvdoeed iato the territory
Oae of the vsetiaas Mr. J. B. Stewart
Is is a x.-ioai eonditiou.
Captain Woodson is at Wavhirgtcn
trying to wdaee the government to
allow the Cheyenne and Arapahoe In-
diass to use soae of their million dol-
lars in the ereetiea ot houses aad mak-
ing laiproreaBeats oa their allotments.
Four suseioieus eases of illBess in
the family of John Woolen living in
the village oi Moore have developed
iato satal'pox aad much excitement
has resulted. The family has been
isolated cad the town rigidly quaran-
tined. Poaca City Cearier: The depart-
ment is very stww abeet eon firming the
loaea alloiaieBts. It is uufertaaate
that this is so as there are seven hM-
dred aJl-MBteats nia-tentb of which
east be leased to farmers as soou as the
awaroTal of the secretary Is ob
Posca City Oaarier: Wm. Coanc 1
aae of the salnlaaticl fftraaers of the
Osage revjw-ration Uviag ix ailes
east of Poaea City has retarsed nm
lUsaeis hnagiar several Sue big with
which to stoak his leaw of 149 acres.
They are of the jestly celebrated
breed of Polaad Chiaa aad cost him
exerJS for ix- All are registered
asd bred t a $1M sire. Mr V'osacil
Is ae of the iaot saceessf ul farmers
of his sreiioa. aud we arc glad to see
hita ialrwJace aae stock into a coun-
try where -t w i pay so we''
Store state ai thjirs clScalt but E
dastry ma. tiags eaiy. Fratiir
HJgbeit of tfl b LiTCis rover. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
IN THE JAPAN OF TO-DAT.
The plum the aightisgale aad the
zdotz a poetic spriag night f crm the
anticipation of happiness; the odor of
the plum blossom sanctit'es the cham-
ber which it perfumes. Kosia the iris
symbolirea victory and good fortuae. It
is the favorite flower of the pcasaat.
Ax article ia Current Literature gives
"the language of flowers" as under-
stood in Japan. Shkhi the fern sym-bollat-s
conjugal life according to the
languages of the peaches of Seibo each
of which gives 10.OM years of cxisteaca.
Cma. the plum means gentleness and
Yaxaoi-M Tsubakura the swallow.
... . . a i-w.
pndaL the oranre. nourishing
ana sae wiuow xypu gr-ui.- ;rt
po:.r. Sakura the cherry patriot-
jsq Potea. the peony and Shlshi. the
Bon royal power. Hadoakyo the al-
mond is the flower of sprlaf? aad per-
Is aa English manufacturing town
oae is awakened early in the morning
by aa unearthly racket made by thou-
sands of hobnailed shoes clattering oa
the paved street. In Japan a some-
what similar sound is made by the
rrooden elogs worn by men. women and
children. They i-erve the -purpose of
rubbers or overshoes lifting the feet
out of the mud and dust. In a public
place like a railroad staCon the noise
is nearly deafening.
TnottAS B. Keeo savs he Intends to
take a long vacation this summer in the 1
Pkesidest ClxvrXAjfa is said to be
arranging the preliminaries for a trip
around the world at the end of his
Paci. e Cassaoxac says it was
Comtc de Paris and not Duchese dTJzei
who famished J3C0.0W to the Boulang-
lt committee to overthrow the French
J. SotVEBrtElJ) Br-ow- who died ia
Philadelphia a few days ago. was the
founder of Godey's Magazine aad as
such his death would have beea of
more thaa passiag notice twenty years '
Beset Herb:ck. who was the oldest
Uviag graduate of Yale has just died '
at Xorth Woodstock Cona. He was j
ninety-two years old was graduated in
the class of 1?22 aad was a Congrega-
tional minister. Despite his old age h
retained his faculties until a short timr
bsfore his death.
TOLD Or WOMEN.
Mart Queen of Scots had red hair
tnd a cross eye and in spite of the en-
comiums of her contemporaries is be-
lieved not to have been a handsome
Dukiso the past year Lady Henry
Somerset attended 113 meetings aad IT
roaferenecs traveled over 6003 miles
and spoke ia M couaties to about
Tnr princess of Wales is a fine tkater
and before her marriage was one of the
best in Denmark. She has been cutting
figures on the ice in Eaglaad this wia
Peccx.s BTiATRtcz. the youngest
daughter of Queen Victoria is her
mother's favorite ddld. She has been
the queen's constant companion for
many years and exercises great influ-
race over her.
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jlozs tuii Ter snzz. zn tcis cere cocrt
sud ttoe 1 - Yiu ve g.t to respect Ue
dtroity vuat yoh see lyte- roun- loose here
aa" it yon till a n.aa wrie court's in ein
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I pi EC aad 300 colcrrf xnj cthtr itlcnn-
J i Use ia Krong paper carers t tny ore
2 esiwr u cents a encent Kap for
pictinc ani potje eir Ortr tSrtso
Z cofae of til ccopltte Fimily Doctor Cccb
3 "-reJr told in clseh buxtmc at rtgulir
a. price of ta Vlrtu witlj lunpi b j
Z2 tSu Coaponj Wou-O' Disrcxsav Mwr-
3 cai Aioavjox .Na tix Mais Streti.
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JxralBabJe ia OSre School or
-eir zrom cover to cover.
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THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
H K3 b"A VB T7X Cud h! H.nr ua C
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e sr" aa mb rvj - xiv tsm l etc
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ib ua& ofci sr erecruz.
jt f f jtT
Irs" VaaPt:t-"Il&Vs thtvtr ool-l
St .witched c2 oa IrLuy.' sad aiw I'd
Uaiadcnst lettlaecr tea tew lire cf
Sspoioon.' '. Y. Worid.
Olotmrntt tot Catarrh
will sardr destroy th sense cf
deraare the whole
.r.. . rVin -ltriajp It '
throwb U EB-
. .- --m Krwfe rtirlit fhouid never.
oept oa prescrSptlcas irem rep-
stable physirfaas as the camajre tbtywuico'
U tea fold to the rood you caa pcsslbry o-
nre from them. Hall's Catarrh Can csa-
cf ftctured by F J Co-sey & Co .Toledo. O .
contains no mer-urr. aad is takes Ja.er-
taJv.actiaz directly npos the bkodsaa
iraoous turf im of thesjttea. Inbuymg
I trfre. It U taken fcteraaliy. and made to
UdVo. Ohio br ?. J. Cnener a Co e3-
jji 1 fTaturrti fr t surevoa ri ux i-r
Catarrn cure te surevou pv. -ux.
'id by Drurrhrts. price Tic per bcttle.
s Family Pins. cents.
"Go slow when you r-t uld said C nde
Ebea. -Ermaa that 'buses semeixxJy ween
bes excited am poWXul hUe ter bile his
own longse." W ashiartoa Star.
If you are troubled with malaria coattipa-
ja tluott.aess. kJdaey trobli or drsP-
sia. of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters aad it
U be speedily xorthorasinc' :"errosiiess
hs of awUte aad sleep cad a Jos of vl-
r are also remedied by this Teoraare.
:-TiTf Iciscs of emlBeace Indorse it a valo-
able conaraKtioa of the verdict ol the peo-
ple aad the press. Take itVegalsrly
'I rr that Hevt is rotes to have bis new
nUv vaodaated-" "MThat fern To see
whether it wCl tare or cot."-
Fob Whooplar Cosrh Pis-s Oar is a
swee-Wnl remedy M.P BirTrs.7Throp
Ave. Brooklyn Y. Xov. It T4.
Maxva se bow ceid that poor ebestaut
man iOks1 Io cive me five cents s be caa
eara soxeUiiBS.' Flierende BlaeMer.
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ends "to personal enjoyment whea
rightly Esod. The many.'wbo Htc bet-
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less expenditure by iao promptly
adapting the world's beri products to
the needs of physical being trill attest
the value to health of the" pure liquid
lixative principles embraced in the
remedy Svrup of Figs.
1 Its excellence is cue to its presenting
I ia the form most acceptable and p'eas-
1 ant to the taste the ref reshicc and truly
J beneficial properties of a perfect lax-
ative ; effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches aad fevers
1 ana permanently curing constipation.
' It has riven satis faction to nillions aid
1 net with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid-
I nevs Liver and Bowels nitnout weai-
enfeg them aad it is perfectly free tron
j every objectionable subftaace
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