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The latest investiga
tions by the U. S. and
show the Royal Baking
Powder superior to all
others in purity and
Statements by other manufacturers to the
tontrary have been declared by the official au
thorities falsifications of the official reports.
NOV AC tAKINd BOWOt CO., 104 Wttl IT., fcCW-rORK.
' APirziirg. g?n7iC5f; zr? n-;
fSTROLEUM FOR MOSQUITOES.
jTluialjr huigrmi im aa ! liner Destroy
lite I wlialrhrd I1a(u.
A Mr. L. O. IIwurl, who live n.-nr
be city of WasbiriKton, lust year and
the year bcfiirti nimbi txtsriiiiriits with
view torbblinit hi iir-Piiii.-) of the
nxMiuito it (lint pmrwl IiikIiIt witU
f.vtnrr. Tbo detail nf hi f.iNTini-iit
have iiiiprvssil tbo rsopln uf Now ()r
hum to fuvrrrnblr Unit thi-ra in talk
atiinug tb city fat bent them of apply
ing tli"' Ilownnl syati-in of insert killing
on a iCTiuii i."tbi in nml alsmt that city.
lr. Ilnwnril liH-atol bisiiiiaMiaito brw-rl-IiijT
jrrutiml in a inilliM.ntl ami tho ad
joining innrsbr luml iH'iir hi rraidenen,
lift hail previntislr rtiiblisbil the furt
ty text in a ruiiiwutir barrel that
kinswii nil in certain ib-alh toths mM
Win n ho liwl lis-nti-il the wholesale
hatcbi ry of un4iiiti-, b prurccdcd to
pray tho w bolx un a with rruilo petro
h um. Tbo nn-n wwt ulmut 4,000 wiuarn
fwt, anil l.'i Kalloim nf oil at a cat of
ft. 70 Rufllml fur the work. Tbi he did
iu Murt li, when tbo lniHst-nt iiKiaqaito
papooN' wit" till ftltitiiU'riiiRaiihatrh
ed in tho mud and nom-. Three wwkl
alt rr the cprinkliiiK them remained a
scnm of oil over tho area, and most of
the larvn bad la-en killed. Duriiift the
m in mi r following Mr. Howard' first
exj riinent very few nnannitoiwnrTiY
vd to annoy him. Tbo m it spring he
repeated tbo sprinkling, and during the
summer of that year ho bad DO naa (or
mosquito tiets. havtuinah New.
MAN WITH A HISTORY
THE TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE THAT
BEFELL JOHN W.THOMAS
Wlial dual rlnllira Are Tor.
The chii'f indiw-iii.'iit tirixl in an in
vitation tom ik- mil of it woman' camp
ing party in l - itn-mli of August lata
assurance: "You mi wear one drew ail
day loiiit cv: v day until it ia dirty.
That' what w.- all did last year." Then
tin? imteailiis: lie ure and tell ine right
a way bow to have my uiouiweline dol
umde. Mrs. It.' lui-lwud and lot of
the KirU' brother are going tip for a
week. You'd better take something cap
tivating fur the dunce in the old barn,
and one or two pretty day rig, bnt you
v-on't iirsd them till the boyt get therej."
New York Tu-es.
A lea nf Adfenlrire.
John Switzler, w ho now live within
onti mil" of I'eiidleton, thirty-nix year
nuo wivod tin' live of thirty portou at
tL ( .i- adrH, on tint north tide of the
t'olninliia river, nt a pluee at that time
l u'lt-d the iri'r('ux'ade. John in now
old and well weuhi-d with yearn. H'lt
then lui was a young man and after
making thirty mtoii wife he ran tbo
K'untlet for u mile with other partie.
uinie of whom were wounded, while
other were kilh-d by the Yakima and
Khkit.it Indian. Yet he arrived at the
fort Mife and wmnd and in time to rare
for the wounded in the fort, where
twelve Kobliern were impriMUied three
day and night. ant Uregnnian.
Am MrphantlMa Nurw.
Mix C. F. (tordon-C'uinniing, in her
Ux.k on Ceylon, gives a few line to a
pet elephant, who Reeim to have been a
creature of iniirh mniiibility and intelli
gence. He hud been captured young,
and wa known a Kumnegalla J.-u k.
Housed to go the boepitul round with
hi nuist.T. a medical officer, who kad
taught liini to lie generally iiM-ful, and
even toatlminihter pill. A Malay tuldier
one day dropied his pill, whereupon
Jack picked it up and dropped it into
the titan ojieu mouth, with puff that
blew it aafelv down.
A .analtc'a Ad t Ira.
Mr. Lionel Urotigh once played a game
of billiard. in an aylutn with one of the
patient, lie conceded bis adversary
twenty-five point, with the renult that
he wa bopeleaoly lieaten. Then the
patient took bnu quietly on one side and
"Look betv, if yon go on giving KiuU
ret klewt a that, you'll lie in thU any
Inm '.n-t-aJ of iiieT London Tit-Bit.
Crjuiw. ll. of all men, has perhaps
h.iil ijot uickname applied to biiu.
tie wii.4 known u "Old Copperface,"
-The itrewer." "Hi Nuamhip," "OU
N.ill," "hinil" Hi'd a a-ore of otbtr. SL
LABOR SAVED I
- hK-ir.KVr -
Cider, Milk, Butter, Catsup,
Pickles. Etc ,
AM .. t . rr-f I t.T by jrr.rilnf fe-
tnnui. lb, ll.ll"0'l' ll frm
'!' uum in ruinliif !! irwrtmi
l"n-.. A mriinl all S" I
a Ituii. rata urt au) lalnr. SO'1 1 ID
-rj lf iila-lMlilie'.
-1 ! a!l lnu(W and grmn. and U
a. 14 ui 4a lkl a Mf II alll.
Of Thrla, Taanraara .tllllrlett With a
I'rrullar ItUraaa- III Huily I'aterad
With l.aniM Inula Xnt Kat, anil
Thuughl II Waa linlB( In lrf l
Ilia H err lha Martvl nl Tea
aaaaea, r'rum lha NaahTlllr (Trim.) Haulier.)
Mr. John W. Thoiiia, Jr., o( Tbeta.
Ten ii., i man with a nioet interesting
hidtory. At prveent be i interested in
lilixxled horses, (or bicb Maury county
" Few people, I take it," aid Mr.
Thomas to reortor who bad aked him
lor the story of hi life, " have passed
through as remarkable a chain of events
a 1 have and remained alive to tell the
i "It wa along in 18H4, when I wa
j working in the ilrer minesol New Mei-
ico, that mr trouble began : at tint I
! sutlered with indigestion, and o acute
did the pains become that I went to Cal
ifornia (or in v health; but the tripdid me
little gnoil, and fully impream-d with the
idea that mv last davhal nearly daw ned
II on me, I burrieil back here to my old
home to die.
" From simple indigestion my malady
dcveloKs into a chronic inability to
take any substantial food ; 1 was bandy
able to creep sUmt, and at time I wa
prostrated by spell of heart lpitatlon.
This condition continued until one year
"On the llth of April, 1 '..'!, I suddenly
collapsed, ami for day I was uneoiiiH'ion
in (act. I wa not fully myself until
Jnly. My condition on September 1 wa
iniplv horrible; 1 weighed but seventy
pounds, hcrca my normal weight i
iV pounds. All over my body there
were lump from the sie of a grape to
the sire of a walnut; my linger were
cramswl so that I could not more than
ball straighten them. I had entirely
lost control of my lower liuilw, and mv
band trembled so that I could not drink
without spilling the liquid. Nothing
would remain on my stomach, and it
seemed that I must dry up before inanv
more day bail passed.
"I made anot tier round of the physi
cians, calling in one after the other, and
bv the aid of morphine and other medi
cine they gave me I managed to live,
though barely, through the fall."
Here Mr, Thorn displayed hi arms,
and just alxive the ellxiw of each there
was a large irregular slain as large a the
palm of the ban. I and of a purple color;
the space covered bv the mark wa sun ken
nearly to the lione. "That," said Mr.
Thomas, " i what the doctor did In
putting morphine into me.
"In the llth of I lecemlHT, 1U.". just
eight months after I took permanently
to Iswl I shall never forget the date
mv cousin, Joe Foster of Carter' Creek,
called on me, and gave me a Ixix ol lr.
Williams' I'ink Till for I'ale People,
saying they had cured bini of partial
paralvsis, with which I knew be bad all
liut died. 1 followed bis directions, and
la-gan taking the medicine; as a result
1 stand la-fore you to-day the most sur
prised man on earth. Isik at my hand ;
it is a steady as yours: in v face ha a
healthy look alwut it ; I have been at
tending to my dutie for a month.
Since I tieiran taking the pills I have
gained thirty pounds, and I am still f
gaining. All the knots have disappeared
from my body except this little kernel
herein mv palm. I have ago! apiietite,
and I am almost as strong as I ever was.
" Yesterday I rode thirty-seven miles
on horseback ; I feel tired to-ilay, lint
not sick. I used to have from two to
four slls id heart palpitation every
night; since I began the ueol the pill
I have bad but four spell altogether.
" I know positively that I wa cured
by Dr. William' I'ink Fills, and I be
lieve llrmly that it i the most wonder
ful remedy in eiistenceto-dav, and every
fact I have presented to yon ia known to
my neighbor aa well at to myself, and
tiey will certify to the truth of my re
Dr. William' I'ink Fill for Tale Peo
ple are not s patent medicine in the
sense that name implies. They were
first compounded aa a prescription and
used as such in general practice by an
eminent physician, ho great wa their
elhcacy that it was defined wise to place
them within the reach of all. They are
now manufactured by the Dr. William'
Medicine Company, Schenectady, S. Y.,
ami are sold in boxes (never in
form by the dozen or hundred, and the
public are cautioned agaiiiRt nuii.erou
imitation sold in this shape1 at 50 cents
a lux, or six boxes for I and may 1
bad of all druggists or direct by mail
from Dr. William' Medicine Company.
Am lagraiww, Iaa1.
A scientific journal i(-Jl tbi story
iA a t"ud'a cunning A bnssl of
t'bk'k-Iia wa fed with moistened
nie&l iu Mtui-ers, aiid wbi-ll tbedollgb
toured a lit tie it attracted a large
timiU-r f flu An il-rYB!it twl
tutd evidently iiotnttl thut, and every ,
day in ward evening ho would iiiako
bia ai i-aruiJif in the yard. Imp to a !
sttuct-r, cJiiuti iu awl roll over and
over until be wa ivi-ml with uii-al I
having done which Le awaiUaJ d- I
Tel(iU)euta. Tlie flies, eiitmed Ij j
the sincU, i-xiti swannts aruund the I
scheming ltraibuii. and whew ret- !
one jiuiM-d within two lUchew f Lis!
Umm his tongue iLirte,! out. and the '
y dwti Js'aT"!- The plan work-J j
so well tiittt thr t'aid made a rvfc-ulaj-
V. P. 5. U. 5. F. S. V. Ha 620
AN AMERICAN STONEHENGE.
Tar ap as (haaa handon.l rvmMain fartM
o drift 11.4 t. k to (ureal ilt aaia.
TLe low, trar sail siubJ tbair tlmmfltg
ribilc nonamaDU vf rsBlUad mo.
ni la t..nr. H.fr" Iml o'rr hill sod Aril
'VlJoB lar.il k,ni liror-rinl, Itral, un-lnvrn:
Tk srumltlibg (laamaala rrui,g br lli
ronrKlm. sortLlaa, tusrsca aewbnro.
NVarar than eftra of toricd Haton itaiua
Tbaw tacUlet rrlH-a luuur braria abould
fe Urilrr for a rlrat't f r mnnarrli', fame,
Tbi, farmer lit aU and dml to atiap a tiiima.
rVtiat d, of b r.rlf l..:l hr ui.dort..k:
M kal Iran of lrn Ul..r; aud f.r al.slf
To laid lha li 1 fin uii k iim iimrv mtM liok,
Tbs lildlnrf liakeuiia niiiresr.iurlrrs4 Smi.
Ho Mill, lima nn ,rlli; to ttiiirli to iln;
Vrt all thai .! or ..rr. ..ilnrn bsndsl
Ufa rama and ami: il,a r"iil tsak Is
rb men sra iron,; the I. lis irin tura Manda.
T. W. HiiCk'ifiMio In Sra K.ugiand Matfuina.
Till: IMMiY MAX.
In 1715 a smalt slave schoourr from
the coast of A f lira, l.nnd for Virginia,
waa blowu far out of her courto. toward
the north, and put in at the port of Hus
ton. The cargo consisted of little else than
a few families of Congo negroes destined
for the new plantations of Virginia.
New F.nglandcr did not then fi-el any
peciiil abhorrence to slavery. If not
regarded with siitivo favor it wa not
regarded with disfavor, ami the slave:
found little difllculty in disiswing of his
cargo of men. women and children to
the good citizen of Massachusetts hay.
Among the purchaser wa Mr. Lem
uel Clark, owner of a large tract of land
on the Men-imac river, in New Hamp
shire. Thn-e families of negrtw were
nought by him and taken to hi estate
in tb wilderness.
Once the tenant of an English baron
ial estate himself, be inclined to play
the baron on hi New Hau!)shire do
main. A great stockade was built upon
tne eminence overlooking the Merriinar,
and within the stockade, ujsin thecrown
of the hill, stood In large log bouse.
Lower down, but within the stockade,
were three cabins of the slave familiea
and the more pretention house of the
familie of English lalsirer who accom
iiiiiil Mr. Clark to the New World.
I lack from the stockade and stretching
to the fisit of some clifT that formed the
abutment of a range of low bill waa a
wide expanse of level, cleared land, ou
which the estate raised its corn and po
tatoea. Beyond the few charred stump that
marked the edge of the clearing waa the
forest trctching away a far a the eye
As the Merrimac wa one of the high
way of marauding French and Indiana,
the stockade wa very strongly built,
and from embrasure in it wall pro
jected three small bras cannon com
manding tho sweep of the river in every
direction. No fleet of cams could
safely pass the stockade by day. The
iin'mrtance of the place was so well rec
ognized that Mr. Clark held a colonial
commission as major and the stockade
was officially sly led Fort Clark.
'Die children of the fort made no dis
tinction between white ami black. The
little Clarks, Sjtulsirns, Tcmiy and
Martdeii played with the little Qua
hoes, Ctishee and (iambaa upon term
of rfect eiiality.
The children of both race whiskd
from house to house. Alsmt the hearths
of the negris- the little Englishmen
listened with fusciiiated horror to wild
tale of devil and evil spirit, great
serpents, huge river monster and Mie
gigantic manlike nsn of the mvster'ons
continent of Africa; of bloody tribal
war and human sacrifices to the heathen
god. The little black boy learned of
tne gay elves ami gnomes, of dainty
sprite and fay of merry England, of
the good cheer of Christina and the
port of May Day. The rival story tell
er strove t' outdo each other in the
marvelous tab's; but nothing so pleased
the children of both races a Sam (jua
shee's storii-s of the Mtimlio Jumbo, for
in bis native village ham himself had
lon MuiiiIki JuiiiIhi.
The big Congo negro enjoyed telling
how wheu a crime hml lieen committed
hy some -roii unknown. Mum 00 Jumbo
wa called upon to detect the guilty one,
and how, mounted upon stills, witb a
long grass cloak completely enshroud
ing him, a great faUe head fastened
alnive his own head and a pair of
wooden arm sticking out below it, he
stalked alsmt the village like a giant,
terrifying the guilty one until he con
fessed his crime.
The children delighted to hear of the
Mutubo Jumbo imin-niii,' up and down
the paths of the Afric.ii illage, crowd
of people dancing ulsnit 01111, heating on
tomtom and singing wild chant. And
when Cnshee and (iambu gave the bat
tle yell of the cannibal tribe for those
were cannibal familiea the satisfaction
Of the ta'es of the English merry
making, none pleased the little African
so much as I'lnhp Sanlsim' descrip
tion of the May D iv sport. The Jollity
of Christmas ll- knew, for Lemuel
Clark wa not h I'uritan and kept the
Christmas ho! ida .. hut they wished to
dance alsmt a May pole crowned with
flowers. One Christ maa night, aa all
the people of the fort were gathered in
the big common rsim of the "great
house," Mr. Clark promised that the ap
proaching May Day should I celebrated
in English style. Philip Baulsirn waa
tuld to take the matter in band and
make any preparation be wished.
Philip Kan born wa pleased, but seeing
eloud npon the face of his rival story
teller. Ham V1"'1"0- asked if the
negro families might not have the after
noon of May Day for showing their na
tive games and sporta.
The riiiet w as readily granted, and
en the next day Sam Quasbee dragged
to hi chm two well seasoned pine logs
.1 L 1 I...il.l,r. l,a
tuai uai is-v-u 11 k ,iii-i isuii'iiua
they re tint at the cliffs!
Mary Clark when the clnl
reached the middle of th
"I'k uvcf the edge of
tiroad stretch of greeniward before the
gate of tb Hocks le. Around this pol
the children danced and played old
English game. A bountiful outdoor
j retwst called th merrymaker from
liieir run. Hastily eating wiiat wa
placed before theiu, the older liegrte
left the other at the fcat. (toing
acros th clearing they dlapprarrd
among the heai of ns ki at the fisit of
the craggy hill. All the mysterious
things Sam Juh" bad U-eti lalsiring
0s.i for theiot motitbs evidently were
hidden ill the cliff. The children 1111
patiently awaited the lveut of th
weird pns'esslou w hoe grotiMii
strangeness w-ould cause them that de
lightful terror all children enjoy.
An hour passed, but a yet there w. re
no signs of life alsmt the ln sx of n'ks
The delay was lltiai-'-oiiiilahle. Sin
Ouashee ohb-st lnv, U.1I1, prosse IH
they start acroNi the Melds to tm-et Hie
delayol pns.-esion. The other chil
dren eagerly agreed, and off they all
Picking their way hut the soft
plowed laud, they went toward the
lulls, all the time on the alert, rxct
ing to turn and fh-e at any moment !
forn the appnuch of the Mnin'si
Sure enough, they could see dark fig
ure among the buniisl trees at the 1st-
ller of the furest liostlly colli eilllllg
theiiiM-lvi-s from the uaze of the little
crowd so suddenly turned iisn them.
"1 saw Villi" cn.sl Luke Sanborn.
"One of 'em had a feather bat on. I
could see it just a plain, but I didn't
n-e anylssly on stilt with a false face.
!et's go over."
"It's tisi far away to see any stilts or
false faces and we hud better atay here,'
aid Patience Temiey. the oldest of th
Just at that moment there sounded
from the fort the bnr-h hlure of the
trnuiM-t used to call the lalsirer from
the held at mealtime. Looking back
the children saw a sudden Hash of flame,
and a deep roaruf cannon rcvcrU-rated
among the bill. The next instant the
crackle of musketry c ame faintly from
the Merrimac; it was answered from
the fort; a blood curdling war whoop
burst from the edge of the clearing near
them and three Indian warrior raised
from among the stumpa and came leap
ing toward the nit
Almost before they could turn toward
the fort loud drum" x-ala sounded from
the rock at the f.x.t of the lulls. A if
in reply to the war whoon there rang
forth the wild, savage, African laittle
cry. There stalked forth into the clear
ing two immense, hideous giants, ac
coinaiiicd by four strangely bedecked
creature Is-atiug on tomtom and
creaming forth the battle cry of lh
Ansgari cannibal. Fearful, huge, led.
distorted gashes of months, knobby,
black cheek, temldy staring white
rye, altogether dialmlical face had
these two giants, stalking stiflly out of
the clearing. Scarcely less terrifying
were the Is painled creatures with moose
horn rising alsive their heads, who
leaped and danced along In-fore the
Away, with loud shrieks, the children
rushed toward the fort. The Indian
balled amazed. The giant and their
attendants halted tis. Tiny bad just
discovered the Indian. They had
thought the tiring of the cannon a salute
in honor of the day.
The Indian In-sitated, and the Mum
bo JuiiiIhi hesitated.
Hut one cannot stand still on stilta.
The tallest of the Miimbo Juinlto stag
gered forward and one of the Indiana
turned and m il. The other giant ad
vanced, the attendants struck their
drum again, and again the horrid An
gari war song H-aled forth, and the sec
ond Indian followed the first. The third
Indian drops-d on one knee, and before
the Miimlw Juuilssi could turn he drew
a la-ad and sent a bullet crashing
through tho wisxlen forehead of Sain
The giant neither fell nor faltered,
aud with a cry of terror the last Indian
rushed after hi coin jwtilon down th
Slowly, aa befitting their brave con
quest and the soft nee of the ground,
the pris ession of Mnuiho Jtimlsai aMsed
across the th-ld and through the gate of
the fort where the children hail just pre
ceded them. The idol of Africa bad
: overcome the redskin. The rising gen-
I . 4l..l.- a . . u 1 M
rraiiou 01 viaisn, leonvs, nunoorris suj
Manideti would never doubt that fact.
Meantime the white coated Issly of a
French officer went floating down tb
river, and two canoea rapidly disap-
s-ared up the river. The attack upou
'ort Clark had been repnlsed. The war
with France had Irfirnn.-
uoitt- oak anon: (ihool, I a ioiiMux.at.stic iiortKHrrrKK.
ling HlalUIIrs Wblrb tiara J sst
Ilaaa Olvra Out bj ska Uavarasaanl.
The first data on conjugal life in the
Cuited hlatea ever gatbeml by the gov
ernment are given in a rensn bulletin.
It show that of a total population of
62,8&,0 in almost three-fifth
were tingle, a little tnisr than one
third married, and not quite one-twentieth
were widowed. The divorce con
stituted a amall fraction of 1 per ornL
The actual number of t lis classes are a
follow: Single, 87, 12 9, 58t; widowed,
1, 9 70, OS J ; unknown, 70,114; married,
12,831,42s; divorced, 120,Wrt.
The male ennstitnted over SI per
cent of the total population. Of 32,007,
880 male in the country, 10, 943,670
were single, 11,20.1,229 married, 815, -437
widowed, 49, 101 UivortnL Of th
f.mah, 17,ft3,9s) were single, 11,
l4o,10S married, J, I A4.AI5 widowed,
The proportion of widows, sayi the
report, waa nearly three time aa great
aa of widower, indicating that a great
er portion of widower remarry than
widow, while figures) show that di
vorced men have remarried to a great?
busilieM of 11
stockade, and for week thereafter em- eiteut than divorced women,
ploved everv evening In carving from W married male there were II
tne'log niy.ten-u Lbject. whl h even "f ll,2w.Wii und.-r ISyearsrrf age,
- ... . . H II.. L-l.l 1 - . al
Olll bl ,l.ot,-...i insiTU aM
and 24 years, l,'i.VM oot of 2,423,
CC4 between 80 and 34 years, ft0U,2S
out of 1,233.719 6S year and over. Of
married female, there were 1,411 oot
of 10,UA3, 1WJ oncl.r Iu year, JlS.fcbJ
out of 8,85,0S from 15 Ut 19 yeara,
1,444,711 oot of a.uwl, 73 from 20 to
24 yeara, 1,0J,M, out of 1,820,404
from 25 to 29 year. 1.U7.J04 oot of
l.lSa.WGo from 30 U 84Lyear. 2.J44,
',a out of 3,Sl,0.11 fnn 85 to 44
yean, 1,793,979 out of 3,430,iiT8froia
43 to 64 yean, 90S.627 out of 1,49,
997 from SB to 64 year. 411,899 oot of
1. lbJ.46 C3 tsar mud ovar.
bis own rbildren were not allowed to
The winter i f I7?2 melte. into an
early spnt.g in N- Hmp-hire. The
r! vers were fre fr in i e in April, an I
the first uaies-s ttist am lip the Merri
mac brought the new that war ws d
riared with Frame. The weapon and
defense were duly lkd Vi, but UJ
precautions sin- taken, f -r It waa a long
month's journey thr .u.'h tb wild-rues
to Cana-U; 1 .t i. it uA. likely the
snemy would move at uttrm.
May Day cam at Ut and a tall May
poU decoratel with wrea'.h of Bower
aud stm of colorsU cwlb stood ia tbs)
Mlllbrse. Ran Msten ro.,CsL, Is tirat-clsM
bom schuol tor hoys, with hsamtif il sur
routidliiss. Th tiaat of rare, supanor In
trui'tion. I'rears hojt for any unlteraity
or for bustnrss. Kali trrin innitiisiicas Aug.
. t stslogus snd sii I'Srticulsn ran he hsd
hr sdilreasins Irs ) llolll. 'h. I'.. MsMer
1 Ki Mste tlii,. I'ul he liisiriicliuiil.
I'l fr.oa I aba Vala.
The lat vote di iswiti-,1 in Klusl Is
land at the riM iit ehi t inn was the Vols '
of F.llgelie McAulltTe, of Provldi lii-e
The gentleman was 111 Cuba when he re
felted a caldi rain telling him of the
urgent mvesaiiy for eery vote. Con
sulting the .hipping register.he found
that by taking a steamer w hu h sailiil
that night he might M lib giasl weathiT
resi h Itsitoii the day l for election.
Two hours later fouml htm atswrd the
hip Adu rv weatln r 1l1l.mil the ves.
sel. and at the dauu uf 1 hs lion day the
steamer was still out in the Atlantic
Port was reached late in the afterinsiii
ami Ml' A 11 1 ill- was jut in time totakea
train to Proviib uce due just ten miniitis
Is-lore the tune for closing the 'll.
The tram w.u four ininntia late.
Hurling himself into a hm k he hrils-d
the driver to get to the ardnsiiu 111 sit
minute or kill the horses. The 1 lis k
was alsmt to strike the hour a .Mr
Mi A 11 1 1 tTo Uiniided into the lth. His
cnos uiaik were made with lightning
rnpidity. ami he got in Ins hallot right
on the lust stroke He will return to
Culut to coiiiphtu the liunn-s lis
dropd to i-oinu hack to vote. And yet
there were, some thousands of snple In
Providence w ho. I have uodotiht, forgot
to go to th polls or were "too busy" to
give the lime niinrid for walking to
the wardroom - Cor tton (ilobe.
MmI her el Iwriili-ltnir I hlldrra at Ttilrly.
Near Yuuktoii is the ims-t remarka
ble family on this coiiiiih nt, s rha In
the world It cniiit of father, mother
and ? I chibln-n, nml the 11, other of the
brood Is not yd !n year old. She is a
Norwegian woman, an I her busland I
a Ibsaacr. The chihln u wen-lsirn trip
lets, and the oldest of I he lot is under
12 year of ap-. All of them are boy 1
but three, one set nf triplets bring giruv
4KOSSIM1 IHK ITI.tNTIC
t'nisllr limiUes ii-Nitt-kiH'sa When Ilia wv-
ils iillrh and ! allh nn. -imiis Im1-r.l
nniBl Is- Hit- ainnisi'lt iliat rsu .land Ii aiilinui
n-vnlllns. lenrlits, rum ip-ft-lal Ostrlrrs.
)arhiBtin-n, nisrour .all n-sclt thsl llmti-iii-r
slums, h Millets la ihr tl rrin.1, lor Ilia nsn
Ma riH-rn-lnrd In miisll Si-nllir 011 Ihr aairr
NerTull and arskt lrarlrrli Uhilitlu-n ailffi-r
It . is nnrllilns akm In till-, ana nml In llir
Millers Ma aurt-al rvnitslv. No ,iarrilir d Ihr
al -niarli, lllrr or Istarla U ao ulMilhala thai II
mar mil Isroirrminr ! Hie rnniH ami ihnr
iitiati ri-tnrily. r.tia l rrtn-ar iiui Ii it lr rhilli
ami leirr. Sldn-r ami ihruittalle Irmilila ami
rit-iriMiani-aa. kmiaran la 10 ilia Irniiiicr asmrd
rutldr 1I1, mx lli-i allh llila Sua inisl rlnal
.ahsnard ausliial the rrTi-eaol Iris-nn.lta ol
f-lliitali, har jlili, elf laurs and lallsue.
Fwtsldv (IlK-titliia a risan-tlel -VM -sw
Imi'i rtinid 111 jr ami, km-;, dn imi siraiivrr
nl al all. air. I aura in a slur 1 1. mr) .
"htis-ii lif iwAia 7'os-Ara" have a direct
Itilhieuc 011 the lullsiiiel parts, giving re
lief In coughs, colila ami lha various llinwl
tniilhlea to ahu ll singers and public speak
ers are listlle. Siif imy in hnirt.
lip -oh. vu mar Isuva. hnl I sin not o bia
a I. Ill sa )uu llllltl. Hie 4odllfsat I hua
IIKAKNKSS l'AMIT UK I I KKIr
llv hieal siiiltesllnna. sa Ibey rsnnol n-arh lite
iliarsai-tf Hirllou id lln-ar. 'their la onl) olu
ay to eurr deahieaa, ami llisl la by s-iiallru
tlulial remi'.llra iM-alniaa la eana,i by an In
tlalnt-d eiilnlllliin ol Ilia utnmiia limns ol llir
eiialai blan Inls-. W ben llila Intas gr la lutlsniril
vnu hat s riimliiltia. miiiiu! or lmiW'fra-1 hr-ar
lltl. and a lint II la ,-nllrrh rlna4 ,( ilralneaa la
lha ruallll, and unlssa Ihr liinammatlun can is-
taai-n mil and Ihla Oils- rra orrd to Its normal
condllloii. liranns will ba ilvalro)rl lurrvrr
hlnr i-aaia out of li-n arr ranaasl by ealarrh
wiili h la iHillilns bin an ludsaiasl condition ol
ISr tnlii'ima aiirlsera.
Mr aill sire una Hnndrad Itollara Inr any
raar ol ilralm-sa (raiiand hy ralarrbl ll'Bl eannot
issenreii ny Hall i alarm i ure snii lor rlr
mlara, Ins-. f J CIIKVKV a o ,
I nlado. O.
gW ") T driiKlaia; 7S rents.
linard yonraell lor ninissr Dialarla, tlrrd
fi-ellng, ti) iiams mm Oregon lllissi I'urillsr.
No on Is 9-ltrr ipialifled to ipesk Ii r
rsrdtowbst 1 Useful In famlijr life than
Msrioii Hsrlsnd. In hr popular and val
uable Iskik, " Krt a l'aoghtara or I'uliiliion
frii fur Maid, Vil and Mothar," on
I'Sgi-s hat and 11 aha aaya
" I or the s lunrl lsi k should ll 1st alnw
In renivering Ha normal tlrriiglh an All-
01 s a l'.ia-n a I'l si a la so riivllriil coin-forli-r.
coliiliiuilig the arnastloll ol the alis
lainesl prraaurr u a airmig sarin hsrul
aithirilalll Lour i alltira drtrluirl III
thswrsriug ll almiild Is- kr t titer the
aesl of Ulirsallieaa lor artrrsl CSV III ole
alinsir raara lur ierhs'a s lorlnia-lit-
"I" -o.i in i'i '..1 1 a ear su A 1 1 s 's
I'osoi a ri .!s iiiuaUnilv. rrnraiiig sa it
araraort. I Ina la an inisliin'ile auisirl
ahrn the Wrliihl on llir amsll ol the hack
iKi oun-a heat r and llir srtiiug lin raaaut '
Hstsi'ssrn'a I'll 1 a are aslr to lake at
I 1 III J' 1 (' S i " t
HO. AM illt m tM(l .
U h in 11 it,..t Ii- Ia in m . f.. mr p frm
Mir liialitullont k lrttiiil. lit I- liiiii l an
h.lnl IH'l-.f llllllty l ,-Mf tla 1 IT' 11 f
s,,.,l.,. m lia.r lui Ii-,- lui ...if 111 f fil gmt (
lot l- Mul t-'n tn 1 11 r m.i-w ! 1 1 1 14c
II Hli'U'-'tfsti iifc Te- u r . ifil.lt n I m
w'it tiiri In l.laiif W r ttint 1111 11. 111 f ! -1 r
liiliistlluli not lnl.1i: Ihr I ll na.-l f r i rt'
lit) Ii iff . Hti It si 1 1. a A aiM.ill i-H'k , .tin nl-. I
Iln lti m .ifia Vim th n. mil Ir I "ii
tlml I I lull- -.. tit I III Ilk I 'tf ' ii lull let till
fii: whm r Nit loiMiiniiiif with , ti 1 1
In t . r r u rrl ttfilri Hnf i ii ihroiikth .nif aiai
ii-'iu'i hi i ii.,iii( ' i . nit nr in- I i r t u i ii
in 1 1 In NtiiiHr an.) t iiiahir i IK'
Ml It 1. 1 I I . Imiilh ti.-.- 1. 1 -h.-rl.H- hUm , lUlld
Htl tiaa ftlfi-rta, l iaM.'ilnl, Uf
Vm InaawlluvHUiT INiluii. iw dm-4J1.
Ttr OaiHta fur hrrahiMi.
To Imikt un I!! Ihl Ilih im1 trrfik'th
after icrip ,iMHihMniri, fr.rr miu Mi
lirtHtrntnisf th----., Hmti Ii iitthiiiK to
LujUhr. rrfrcs i ii'Hii Miiliml liiaivtirj.
PROJTRITIOI F0LL0WIH8 CRIP.
Mr. Hitt' hum lUnnrrr,
riit: ' I m Uk'-n
nh rfip vhiih IlimJIjf
riilli-l in 1'iMMitinmm.
na iralrili-l fur lhrr
iiiixiih lUil i rriM
fdlllfll tul Ui'IMiiili
rtflllr Mink. WMIaUi
tridinn lnlti"MUk k out
llltllill." Tin ili act I if
mr iim itH-ilh tin all
11m- Htm-, I f rvw oinkrrs
III Hill nHsl iinI Iiiit nil
IllllUrllfl. I I'wk two
Hlliiir ll Willi. Mil Bllf
rvlh-f. I IhI biiii in mjr
tlt (.uliltT IMl tsa.lu
Mhj. (Uhhktt. I '' "'"I ,V,U
trfiHrilii uir 'i.iil'tw-Q
MMirml Drt-npfy.' I ltk imiI mm UHtM- ti.
fiefT fi ll tn'ttiT. Arti r li U'lU-41 i4iul. tit
ii, nml fi ll I hml lHi-n Mt- fnm HerT,
I iMi-niwatil rift-IH in ll"Jt mwi M n-nm h.
h r v
-Prs--sW II Wal .
rtf. a a ii .i ti
ami a ii . l i
It la sht rn a fusrsnta by all drtia
fh. . It cures Ineiiieiil Conaumitk.r
and ia the boal CouaU aiid Croup ''lira.
or Loss of Flesh, or a Hack
Ing Cough, reveal a condition!
not a theory. Something ll
wrong. Make It right with
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
which restores healthy col
or, builds up flesh, stops
coughing and gives strength.
Phyiiciant, the world over,
Os.'. Ii decilrid bi Substitutes!
fnylill ay aU Basraa, K. T. All fi ill at
rilnrrnrj Ri nnnPrtmnrnl
Oregon Blood PumncR
iIDNCVi UVtR D SfASfS. OYSKPaiA.
P HPiiaixoTCKSansi'a mvAiis
fS-ASK YOI R IlKAI.KK filtl
Maltese Ciomi, Ki(lrwood and U al
ia Imut Steam and Water Hose.
iW All fully luamiitnl.
Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co ,
r.ataltllakvil .1. l-urilaatl, r.
bio re LIS.
A lira acant
rrrr ellr an
arinl lur catalog OS
M wanted la fi f '-
il Inwii in lira- fcA Jtl.i
an.llilalm 11 1!
ultimas suj EJ VJ
FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE CO.,
7 M aaklnilaa at., rorllaad, Or.
Slaudant araurm n Ihr worl l IlKhaalawanla
al Wnrlil'a fair, I lil'-aan. lor narlarl Bllliis sal-
mviii. I.rara lui-ui auil aiaka tnurnwnsar.
mfftii. ai iiiisia, luuoan Maaa aarl aava
Munrr, Wa kravh I uillns, f nlahius aud
irrrsarassiu udii vis. a child na uiasa
Jackson's New French System
Jichn,t Franca Pmnlu Tailor Iplii
AT Ho Mr HY MAIL. Ounrhmil U nfwn Amf
mmn iiinii r-rrry iiiuuiu irwiw ll.
mikrrnrt tmirfrtirtttmt mr ft IWaM. N riT-
TiNUi nu ftllcrntlikui; no trying on. tr
ft-vl-tMMssgj l'llri mi Iu avi-aiurt hm.
Nlii1 'ill llaiiip allil Hill Mlid HtiWtoTah
Mau'vinviiU, tr. If iml wiiil arf-frf Diliiii
fa,raiiui, arn i Iu u (nf laiiiriia ami ltii urn
aTalm, rpt mi mii-a lur blixk mllm y hm
dtifvii to Un-mikra. V a r gi-uvral iVwivin
mgrlt U. L-aliil afcMMIU ftlltil.
JICKON'S UIL0RII8 INSTITUTE,
07 Maiiar at..
Saw fraarlaas, f'al,
KMlW th tlta.ullal
mni Imhh rhuuiiKrav
l i. Ih in man t rMn-
I ia u rotaliltalsaxi
In t-77 bv ih Umummmt
of II.4 lit V t V tVN
liMA VIMl il.o
.a a- urt-d iimi aaloa,
and m at t ov
Mu iita a t.f-l f ii i ami i
anl a lull isftitil
tl lla M trut1
M4SM hltte-C , IiImMiI aa-
iiai- iigiiia nr. iiaV
tr1i aj-rrisri HM)
auiMrtr arilaia. Ilna
ptinr C'u. Iur anil lha Liai ii-4 rltaaai nf ufli
(iiiill)r. avliMtiiy al uuifof mlv RititairMl
prW-- f'r all atitt'lf at.rii')g. rmi .(, aiMP1
to Up au rial Mm JIi ritivrtt mt4 tMhe-ra
laVrUl'l mi lor Baiiiiil- svaiuiiHtrarfii4 lir HalHHl
A I. I'MIY. M lutr. JaV M .1-aataM.. m. T , CaO.
f"r llr. WllllaBU Irnttaa Ml.
run i mam will enra Dllnd,
r W lllaxlluf a d llrhlnrj rllia
Ssa alsvirt lha Inmrtra. allava
Ins llfhlli. si niira, srla s. a Isiul
ttfm ii.u Ii. .ltl W - t.,,,
. . ' r ' 111"
lama1 In.tl.n l-ila ,,.,.,....., im . .
lur I'l Us and llrlnr.a al lha .r,..i.
Tatrla. Lrrrr Un la sarrsnlad. Hrdrus-
alata. I,v ma1! ,.n aMla.i . n.iMn .. .
ind n MIlLIAai MaaUFACTuaia C(k
rniiirialors, I lvi iui, Ohio,
r """"IrrLY'lgltAfrl BALM-ClaariM tHarVaaal T
I I IM-rssJ ibay rmfn aui JnltaminaAaon, llaaia I 0ii nl
I Jta Is-raa, Kaatoraa laata and buiali, au3 Curaal rnj
I V y l.lrs U. I.rl a oh. ..r l. in 11 I. TW!V
I saa' I ir-'r Ssa. im Ataarita. rt u ufir A-t I .v LvV
Ii.,,..,.... IC arruaaWkfaua, urim.- V- kt! -yX-s ...
HB THAT WORKS EASILV, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Aiinrn sr.sia,iB !. win
LllHMl fc MlUY SM'O s-rai
VWIILW r.ilial Ui. aura-l al.llr.it ol
That Tlrad PaallnR
"1 au tmubinl allh diarwiaaand n H ssTaasJ
ararlur. and diltanrnl siail'mies al hnlt av-tl.
Alupr Ullug Ibisa bulliasul Hissd mtymiil&
IkMiiiui i ssas
liTrl lm..lh"! Lv IsSaS
h'.ur.ilr iii.s 'sBs- ssa-av ak WaW
II ii bad aui rVWA
bm Inr Hand saraairll,s I aroald a baaa
drad ama lima siuaa J. S. Waiaisa, t.ada.
Hood' Pill r surl trau ,ra. aud d
Bui ur(, atiu or f rtfas. Sold lr a4 diuasUia.
Tht ba.1 on lha atsrk.t W's sr Nunhwraiarn
PORTLAMO SttO CO.,
Ill asanas) a.rval, farll.ad. r.
"l in evrry pitrticular
thrro is no superior
.... .'a.... "'-
i lrnmu rn r-
i 1 . -
In Every Detail.
Thaw sntlnsa sra srsnnwlrrfiad aa t asrl s
Blliaar. la ba wnrlbv til hl.hai iaabi.ii!.
lur aimed rl r,hl(h irsMaraal.rUI.B'lauparl r
aorkmaii.blu. I'lirjr rlaralir. lbs lall anlaal
h- nr aaiaar, and raa wlihoul aa Klaairlc S-a'K
Us tart I Ibaaralrrs al lsull.au laslapis, lu.I-
Fnf tiu m ill 1 1 . hm Ala fo Ipilaalla. - -
no bailer aiislua eaa aa kiunii oa ih. 1'a.ma
ITfir hnlallna oulflta fna aaltiM I Vi. k... h.i
Ilk hlshr.1 anirufal.
Fur lllw-rmltlanl raoaaff Ikslr aamaorav Is nia.
-MajrrrAcn aED IT-
PilKEB I RET TTPE F0UX3RT.
I7 aaaaaasa Barvas. Baa rraaslsaa.
Car, rraa aad Alasr ass., rniaa4. Or.
ra 4 let aBlaksjaa.
TIE UitUSI P1TEIT I0OIHIEL B.KB
la sas dsslk so Uraond aqn'rrals,
K.avliii-Bh.rm, Habniisaad all anl-
rsals thai barrow la la. iron ml. airav it
sis. sal sad certain frane. U aa. la. 1 1
bo at., boied lor? hlnraanl. Maasoaa SlV
rarui tssa. with dl'arllrxia ror m. aa-l S. aaj
aiylKalioa. For sals bar KUUiOai aiftaHi-
-ii a iu.i suaajwf luaasa
tarlir I n.u.d S'l did blla no (u.a.
wllh lisHHs) Ibsl bl Uk IU. al ti'Mir-.r s KaVI.AI.KIi
-si iruia art old mm i.I HUM M AT I 14 and at.
1 N Fl.s III 4 Ina V klUI Uiil.u h.. I
Tirara la (raliludr. Was. Si V. rrsaLS Isl a tss Isnl
Vaaasasatrassaaa sad soa
I skabm.ral baasaar Aaa
V Bsv saaaal aas Use .Cars Bar
1 Ciisasaaasaaa. It ass asapaa)
f Ibaa.eaaa It Baa so tares.
aa eaaa. I. si awa eaa sa lass.
I b la tea baaaauaataa.rea.
I aas a air aba, a. .