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APRIL IN IRELAND.
.,. jarland all of th tllUag
gnwer tr .nowdrop frown on
of Tlr oa n'Og wot all th
fr'muVana raindrop shot with a
fb b0Ui la oo hand, and rata th
IM rainy twilight w. bear her
mi Liu titer
4..-.D on br flower tU snow lma
ti thn Ibry .
J kro with her klaae lb folded knot
L iht soramer lover that oarer (hall b
Tjoli leaves ' autumn ah. P" by
j borird rld tt huleth; aha amrna ber
Jf blindly sunward aha traada her
, m all a fardel of wayward untie
alo boldetb, thla daughter of the
JfuoMomi faintly aet upon aorrow'a
woven (arlaud all of tha alghlnf
wa a large party at the Clia-
!. Kcfdall, near Vaunen Tbo MoT'
. Kerdall and bin youug wife bad
tarued from a tonr of tho world
ir jaclit, during which they bad
'tiring visit to Africa, America
kvamca, aud thoy bad celebrated
Jiumecomiug by gutberjng together
feir fricnili aud relutiroa at their
fful coontry honHe.
nog the guests wu old Dr. Cor-
an illustrious member of the
J-aiy of Metaphysical ScioDces, so
kal, so ehseutmiuded, so venerable
I blond peruke aud bis costume of
Jiihion of 1830. Then tbero was
IdtLartigws, an old school friend
marquise, a brllliunt and coquet-
Ftrisieiine. And there was Miss
fucrae, au English maiden lady
Iyoothful propensities. And tbore
amy others, all of whom found
jrrof amusement to their hearts'
kiit st KerdalL
ktiide of the ordinary pleasures cf
i there were some unusual attrna-
la the first place tho host and
fesa bad seen and experienced so
jh that was novel and startling
I their couvenwtion was always fas
ing. Then the rooms of the castle
jtitated a veritable ninsoum, being
kcA with rare and curious objects
two continents. And finally a
ngerie hnd been created in one cor
rlof tho park and stocked with the
Jos auimals which M. no Kerdail
picked up during tbo voyage and
ulit back to Frauce for purposes of
Umatizatioa There were gnzollos,
ilojies, Tibet Kats Kilo ibises, roso
tiugoes, opossums, beavers and an
siio ape of the mandrill species, as
i as a lamb, but as mischievous as
his kind. An iron lattice cage had
1 built for him close to tho couser
ory. As will bo seen, the Chntean de Kvr
! -.1 was a veritable Eden, but this fact
V-l not prevent littlo Mmo. do Lartigues
m dreading tho isolated position of
' ' place among the wide "expanse of
ods and Iklds.
"J should bo afraid to livo bere all
i Tear round," she said
? Afraid of what, my dear?" asked
tOh, of robbers. They would fairly
fubbersl In this mansion filled to
eaves with guests and servant I
Jrybody mocked at the youug worn
land old Dr. Comabuo told horrible
ties about burglars aud assassins un
Xlme. do Lartigues, ntilminod of ber
tomrleal fears, was the first to langh,
i when the retiring hour enmo sh
mntod to her sleeping apartment on
I second floor supplied with a goodly
tk of heroism. Within a short time
i the occupants of the cbautan were
. the land of dreams.
Bow long Mine, de Lartigues slept
knew not She was awakened by a
ttling at ber window, which sho had
ft half open on account of the beat
What was ber terror when in tbe
eeble starlight she saw a form climbing
viiselessly through tho window. She
ied to scream, but her throat was
ircbed with fright, and she could not
i tor sound.
Tbe roan bad entered tbe chnmber.
' ben tbe poor woman hastily buried her
d beneath tbe bedclothing. Half
d with fear, she conld bear her noo
irnal visitor going and coming across
te carpet with muffled steps. It seemed
I though he must have romoved his
toes In order to tread softly. Bathed
1th cold perspiration and her teeth
Mattering she awaited the mortal blow
tm tbe invader. Bnt it did not coma
After about a quarter of an hour she
.iriidly peeped out She could see and
Ut nothing. Slightly reassured, she
iroverod the nse of her voice and start-
a series of shrieks, so sharp, piercing
d terrible that in an instant the entire
iteau was turned topsy turvy. Every-0-ly
rushed into ber chamber with
4tata in their hands, M. and Mme. de
ordall at the boad.
'What is it? What's the matter?
She recounted her horrible vision,
they would not believe her. She had
Ven dreaming. Who could have climb
td into this chamber, so high above the
ruuun, WKUOUt B luuocri
"Did von see bim plainly?" asked
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e marquis, with touch of sospicion
I "As plainly as I see yon, and it even
seemed" She hesitated,
"It seamed as though I could recog
iie Dr. Corabuo in bis blond wig and
I Everybody laughed. Wbatl Dr. Cor
abac I A man of his age and character
ling windows at midnight I It was
certain now that Mme. de Lartigues had
ten dreaming. Tbey tried to dissipate
ter fear, and h was just about to per
made herself that she had been tbe via
Bin of an ballucluutiou when ahe hap
pened to cast her eyes upon the bureau,
where she bad left ber jewels.
They were gone) It had trnly been a
Tbe laughing suddenly coased, and
they looked at one another In consterna
tion. All at once another cry was beard, a
piercing shriek coming through the still
ness of the night It appeared to earn
nate from Miss Hawthorne's chamber.
There wns a rush for her apartioeut,
sud the English lady was found stand
ing in the middle of the room, with
"There, there!" sho cried, pointing
to tho window. "A maul lie escaped,
but 1 recognized him. "
"Who was it?"
The doctor again I This time nobody
laugbed. Coruaboo was looked for
among the persons who bad been at
tracted by the excitement, but be was
not tbore. lie was the only occupant of
tbe chateau who was missing.
"Come, let us go to the doctor's
room," said the marquis, knitting his
brows. "He will doubtless solve the
mystery for us. "
All followed Kerdail, the men half
dressed, the women in their white night
robes, all carrying candles a weird
processinu. Upon tbe entrance of the
crowd, the doctor hurriedly wrapped
himself in the bedclothes, his wrinkled
countenance alone boitig visible over
the top, aud this convulsed by anger in
to a comical grimace. Tbo candle light
was reflected from bis bald pate, which
shone like old ivory.
"Is this some 111 tiniod joko?" be
stormed. "What is going on? Is the
chateau on fire? I heard a terrible out
cry and was about to inquire into it "
"You must come aud join us, doo
tor," said Kerdail.
"And bow shall I do it?" cried the
doctor furiously. "Some raneal has run
off with my clothing, and in exchange
bos left me this, " and be savagely hurl
ed a white object into tbo middle of the
"My corsets!" murmured Miss Haw
thorne, modestly lowering ber eyes.
"And this!" continued tho doctor,
wildly brandishing another article.
"My hat!" cried Mine, do Lartigues.
"This railery posies all bounds,"
bowled the doctor, whose shining bead,
with one final grimace, ducked beneath
tbe bedclothing, like the clown going
through a trapdoor in tbe marionette
They know not what to think. Tbe
mystery was growing more complicated.
It certainly looked as though a robber
bud entered the chateau perhaps a
whole baud of bnrglars and assassins.
Mine, de Lartigues imagined a troop of
brigands armed to tho tovtb.
"Let ns hope tbey have no gnus, "
said the marquis, to raiae the hopes of
There was no echo to the pleasantry.
Suddenly a strange sonnd was heard
coming from tho ground floor. It was
certainly the piano in the reception
salon, but it was surely being played by
goblin fingers, and so furiously that it
seemed as though tbe keys must be bro
ken. "This is too muchl" cried the mar
quis, rushing toward tbe staircase, with
all tho crowd, except Dr. Comabuo,
closo behind him.
They bustily penetrated tbe salon. It
was empty. Tbe mysterious visitor was
gone, but be conld not be far away. Tbe
crash of china and glaBS announced his
presence in the diuing room. Everybody
rushed thither, and the marquis, who
was in the load, dimly saw a form es
caping through the window into the
"This time we've got himl" be cried.
The men seized guns and knives from
a bun ting rack in the vestibule uud start
ed across the garden aud park in pur
suit of tbe fugitive, while the women
barricaded themselves in tbe salon and
anxiously awaited the result of tbo
obasa It was about an hour lator, in
the uncertain light which precedes the
rising of the sun, that a servant discov
erdd the mysterious stranger ensconced
among the branches of a large oak. At
his call tbe marquis and bis guests has
tened to the spot
"Come down!" commanded M. de
Kerdail, but the bandit only settled
himself deeper among tbe foliage and
made no response.
"Come down, or I will shoot!"
And, as there was still no reply, he
lifted bis gun and already had bis fin
ger upon the trigger when tbedomestio
huriedly pulled his arm and said:
"Do not fire, monsieur. It is Dr Cor
nabnol" And, sure euongb, tbe blond wig and
long redingote could now be seen among
the leaves. But at this moment the first
ray of sunlight gleamed in from the
east, and the oak was illuminated. Tbe
marquis suddenly broke into a fit of ex
plosive laughter and, as bis guests garod
up into tbe tree tbey could not keep
from following his example.
Everything was explained. Tbe ani
mal had escaped from bis cage the pre
vious evening and bad managed to ef
fect an entrance into the chateau. Ani
mated by his instinct of Imitation, he
bad first attired himself in the doctor's
effects and then wandered over tbe
bousa at his own free wilt He was put
back Into bis prison after some little
trouble, and at breakfast the party en
joyed a hearty laugh at the adventures
of the night.
But Dr. Coruabuc did not appear at
the tnble. He left tbe chateau at an
hour. furj0us and without taking
leave. Since this episode he na never
set foot at Kerdail, and be bas never
lost a feeling of dee p antipathy to Mine,
de vLartignee and Misa Hawthorne.
"How could they havs mixed me op
with a monkey?" be want to know.
San Francisco Argonaut
Japanese shops are never large, scarce
ly more than little alcoves open from
the street There is oothing correspoDd.
Ing to our general itufs In Japan.
BURNANO OF PUNCH. ' j
Cbal With a Man Win ramblm AUec
Humor Oae Week.
When I wrote F. C. Burnsnd aiking '
bim to grant an Interview, I did it with
trepidation, having beard that he ob
jected to the modem inquisition of tbe
interviewer. My eloquence evidently
prevailed, however, for he replied that '
I might have the satisfaction of execut
ing my editorial commission. It could
only bo a "sketchy" affair, as at tbe
preseut time be was so very bury that
his leisuro moments were fow and pre
cious. As probably I knew as much
about him as was necessary, I should
let bim off cosily.
I had to bo contented with merely
catching a glimpse of bim in bis com
fortable study at tbe "Boltons." He
was preparing to start off for the Savoy,
where be was occupied in rehearsing
bis new piece.
"Of the many oomio papers Punch is
decidedly the only one that appears to
excite a vague, mysterious interest in
the bosom of the reading public. What
is the cause, Mr. Buruand?"
"Probably tbe hebdomadal dinner, at
which it is supposed, no doubt, that the
jokes are handed round to be digested. "
"When was Punch startod?"
'Tuncb was started in 1841, a year
of three eventful P's tbe introduction
of peuny postage and tbe birth of tbe
prince. It was to be a comic chronicle
of the times."
"And its first editors?"
"Were Mark Lemon, Shirley Brooks
and Tom Taylor."
j In their identical chair now sits Mr.
i Bumand, who no doubt, through bis
j other works, is better known to tbe gen-
eral publio than his predecessors. Fran
I cis Cowley Burnand was born on Nov.
! 29, 1830. His very earliest years show
ed a promise of literary talent. At Eton
bis little plays were acted in bis tutor's
room, and at the age of 14 bis "Uoy
Fawkes' Day" was produced at Worth- passed away, tbo box and trunk were
ing. He carried his energies ou to Cam-1 oix-ncd uud found to contain a Dno col
bridgo, where he founded the A. D. C, lection of books and this cast of Napo
which still flourishes. leoil. The books are uow on the shelves
Mr. Burnand quite made np bis mind : and tbe cast adorns tbe walls of the
that tbe church should bo his profession. voluminous library of Dr. Charles Man-
And from reading at Cuddesdon lie
passed to St Charles' seminary to study j
under the late Cardinal (then Dr.) Man- J
ning, which resulted in bis discovering
that the cure of souls was not his voca-.
tion. His earliust contribution to Punch ;
dates back to 1855, when be sent iu a
drawing which was reproduced by the
creat John Leech. Thongh thestago has
always possessed a great attraction for
bim, journalism equally claims bim as
one of its successful lights. W ith what
other papers was he connected? He once
edited a small paper, The Glowworm,
when Arthur A. Beckett was his "sub."
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fact, it was through Fon not seeing his ;
idea of a literary joko that bronght him
directly in connection with Punch. i
"What wns the Idea?" I asked him. I
"The burlesquing of popular novel
ists of the day. Of these 'Mokanna' ap
peared in Punch Fun. 21, ISO!). It was
attributed to Thackeray. The idea reg-
ularly caught ou. nnd soon after that 1
joined the staff, on which for a long
n-in n n.v vnnth. I wns railed
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'The New Boy.'"
The new and original style of "Hap
py Thonghts" won bim popularity as a
true wit. Its very simplicity of quaint
humor appealed to all. "Happy
Thoughts" nnd Burnauds are synony
mous, and not undeservedly so. Tbo
same keen sunso of humor runs through
every line of his writing.
"When did you become editor?" was
my next question.
1 suuceeueu in win nimniitt .m,,, ...
1880. Though a post of honor, the life
of an editor of aVomlo journal is not
"I succeeded to the editorial cliair in
nl a hannv nna. for manv oeonle
seem to Imagine that a joke has ouly to
be made, aud It becomes 'good enough
for Puuchl' The homo of the feelSln fun
ny story lies in tho waste paper basket
of Tbe Punch ofllco. "Loudon 6ketch.
"Shoes Half Soled While You Walt,"
"Your shoes half soled while' yon
wait" is a Beventh avenue sign which
recalls many pleasant moiuories to the
man who was raised iu the back conn-
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try and paid periodical visits to the'
crossroads cobbler during boyhood days, j
The face of an old man with all of bis
hair on his chin, and that white witb
age and streaked with .tobacco jnice, j
sitting on a low shoemaker's be nch in a i
littlo back kitchen of a log houso in the
wood rises before mo as I pass I smell
the sole leather soaking in the tub near ;
ti redhot kitchen stove and heor the
play of the shining hammer as tho old
man beats the stiff cowhide on bis knee.
Aud such knees! Many a timo have I
seen him crack walnuts on them with
no other protection than bis shoemaker's
apron. The old man always performed
that trick for my boyish edification as I
sat metaphorically at his feet of a cold
winter's night aud my shoes were being
half soled while I waited. It seeined to
give bim as much pleasure as it did me.
He was a philosopher who hnd seen
much of the great world and had re
tired from it to the low cabin in the
backwoods of northern Iudiaua, and ar
be drovo tho boxwood pegs home with
certain aim he awoke in me the over
mastering desire to see some of that
same world on my own account H
seemed to mo to know everything worth
knowing and scrupled not to part with
fractions of that knowledge upon the
slightest provocation. Tbe shoe pegs 01
waxed ends in bis month never inter
fered materially with his volubility.
Nothing everdistnrbed his goodhnmor.
That was 40 years ago, but I remem
ber the deeply sympathetic glance from
the mild blue eyes of the old sliorninkci
as he turned them from the shoe he wai
trimming and bent them upon me one
night after I bad given crude exprfJtsioo
to a desire to "see tbo world."
"You'll be disappointed, boy. There's
uothiug In it" New York Herald.
Mndse Another man called
liar last nigl t.
Yabsley What did you do?
"Well, he was three iiws bigger
than I, I arked him wby be couldn't
say something original. "Indianapolis
J Wife The baby bas a troubled look.
I wonder what he's thinking about?
Husband H's probably wishing wa
lived in Greenland, my dear, where tbe
oigbta are six month long. Life.
Land in New York city bas been sold
st a price equal to S, 000, 000 an acre,
the highest in London at $5,000,000 so
A MASK OF BONAPARTE.
Thla Mapoleeal Traaaar Ilea Jaat Beea
Dieeovered la a Mesteaa Tew.
It is a little lute in the day to revive
the Napoleonic crnze, says the New Or
leans Picayune, but ss iuteiest In the
great emperor never wholly die the
fuel that Automarcbi's death mask,
mode immediately after death in tt
Helena, bits Ixvu found will t news
to many. For many years the cast was
lost to observation. It ho recently been
discovered in Matamorss, Mexico, and,
according to the local paper El Sol de
Mayo, Is now in the possession cf a citi
zen of that town. Automun-bi was at
tached to the emperor's suit, aud when
Napoleon wa dead prormed plaster
from the drugstore in Jamestown, with
which he made a careful cast of tbe
foutures of tbe illustrious dead
After the death of Nupoleou Dr. An
tomarehi ruturniil to Fiance, and, be
coming dissatisfied with bis surround
ing, sailed in 1S30 for the United
States, lauding at New Orloau. at
which place he joined a party of traders
going to Santa Fe. After reruuiuing a
short time ut r'auta Fe bo went to
Ouaneevi, a small village iu the state
of Duraugo, iu Mexico, making his
home while there with Don Jose ('alie
ns), father of Mrs. Macmauns, wife of
Dr. Charles Macnianns it Matamora.
ne remained with Don Joae Callero
but a short time, when lie determined
to visit Cuba. When bis tin.il prepara
tion for departure were mndo be found
it convenient to leave with Don Jcao
Calleres, for safe keeping, a box mid
trunk. Dr. An Ionian-id died iu IMS,
soou aftft reaching Cuba, and for many
years tbe box uud tnmk tcumiiied iu
the safe keeping of Dou J(e Call
Finally, when all hope of rewtonug
there chattels to their rightful owner
bad expired, aud after the good Dou
; Jose Culleros, of pleasant memory, had
The face of the emperor, ss represent
ed in this relic, is very fine, inujestio
and tranquil, Pefore dying NsjKileou
became comparatively thin, aud bis
features recovered in death the exqui
site and classical symmetry for which
they were noted in youth. It is said
' thut no question can lie made of the an-
thenticity of tbo discovery, which is of
exceeding interest, ns tho emperor never
sat directly for a portrait, and the death
mask is therefore the ouly absolutely
authentic representation of his liuea
moDts. How She Filed lllin.
Ho was a theatric lover, and she didu't
like his style a little bit
Ho was ronstaut in bis devotion, hov;
ever, and that made mutters worse,
Sho bod tried gentle mruns to get rid
of him, but he had disregarded them
with painful persistency.
1 , niwuMii m nrr s-rnuouno
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men under similar circuui
stnnces so often do.
Which they wouldn't if they bod any
sense at all
"Deur one," bo excluimed, burling
himself tragically at her feet, "I love
you. My life is yours. Will yuu take it?"
Sho did not look liko a murderess.
"Mr. Singleton," she responded, with
calm determination, "I will".
Ho gazed ut her rapturously.
"Don't do that," she begged, draw
inn back from bim as if in horror. "I
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j bave taken your life, a. yon requited
! to do, and you are henceforth to .11
He scetnrd daacd.
"I do not, Mr. Singleton," she con
tinued, turning aside, "desire to have
0 dead person iu the bouse, aud if yon
do not go away at once I shall ring for
an ambulance ant) bave yon removal to
Then Ibe dreadful situation In which
bis own precipitate folly bad placed
bim was revealed, and ho removed him
self with promptness and dispatch.
New Ywk fciun.
' Wouldn't Ray an t'nklod Thlnf,
After they bud kissed each other and
each bad disposed of a bonbon to show
that they met on friendly terms the
"So Miuuie is mnrried?"
"So I'vo beurd," returned the bru-
"Nice girl," ventured the bloud.
"Oh, very," returned the brunette.
"I wouldu't say a word against ber
for the world."
"Neither would I. How do you sup
pose she ever got him?"
"I am sure 1 don't know. Do you?"
"No. I would give anything to know. "
"So would I. It certainly wasn't ber
"Or her cleverness."
"The idea is absurd."
"I can't understand it at all Tbey
sayshewus married first by a justice
and afterward by a minister."
"I shouldn't wonder. Mie naturally
wanted to make awfully sure tif him. "
"Of course. It is the only way she
could keep Lim, but I au glad she bas
caught some ouo. Mamie is a dear girl,
and it wonld be cruel to say anything
"Indeed it would. I wouldn't do it
for the world."
"Neither would I. ' Washington
Mr. Bi( Aeraatouird Awakening.
"How do yoo manage to wake np so
esrly every morning?" inquired Boggs
of his friend Higgs, who gr to work
"Alarm clock," replied Biggs.
"I bave one, too, but I never hear It
"I never hear mine either," declared
"Then how iu tbe world do you wake
! "My wife wake me np every morn
1 ing, faying: 'For goodness take, get op
and stop tbo alarm on that clock I It
will arouse the neighborhood. ' By the
time I am awake it bas stopped. "Son
j Francisco Post
Why If Objected.
"What do yon think of. the South
park commissioners' action iu holding
tbe bicyclers to a speed of ten miles an
. boar?" asked tilubbs.
i "If tbey insist on that 1 11 bave to
quit riding there that's 11." said
Pilimsbank. "I can't ride ten mile
', an hour to save my life. "Chicago
Tbe Aeailainy of Forty,
"The Academy of Forty" la tbe am
bitious title of new society of women j
formed in Washington. It president
aud moving spirit announces that th j
organization is not luteuded to rival the '
Frrucli immortals, but is more after tbe ,
order of the old fashioned debating so- 1
rlety, but with inodrru improvements '
that rather lift it above the range of the
old societies. Its meeting aro to be con
versations nt which various questions
will bo discussed under the critical iu- j
spectiun of a competent corps of judge,
which will 1 kuown a the committee ;
of censor. Criticism will be passed up- ;
on the pronunciation, grammar and Ian
fuage of tbo participant. While the ,
organization by name is limited In uum- :
bers, tbero i provision from honorary
inoinUrship to which gentlemen and
member outside the WlmodauKhsia, of
which society it i an outgrowth, may
bo admitted, so that the society is prac
tically unlimited New York Sun.
Keeping Oat ef IWbk
The woman who expects to enjoy
prosperity, self respect, peace of mind,
the esteem of ber friends aud tbe good
will of ber tradesmen must flue from
debt a she would from the plague. The
woman to whom these things are mat
ters of indifference, who doesn't care
about the world's opinions or her cred
itors', must avoid debt also, for the rea
son that duns have so many ways of
makiug life uupleasant An accouut
book aid the woman who i struggling
to esca;e dtbt, because it enable her to
keep track of iter expense and to stop
spending when she is reaching her limit
A savings bank account Is another way
of escaping debt The woman who is
saving money generally take snoh
pride in watching her little hoard grow
that she is able, to deny herself many
costly luxuries for the pleasure sho takes
in saving. Aud denying oneself cost
ly things means avoidiug debt New
"Ladies' maids have a bard time of
it these days," said a member of that
guild the otiier day when she was talk
ing to a inaHsngo cure, to whom she had
gone for instructions. "I've got to learn
to give massage now, or I can't be sure
of my place auy louger. And I in nt get
tho real professional thing, for my lady
has been massaged so muuh she knows
all about how It ought to be done. Then
I've bad to become a good chiroptslist
aud to learn euough about physlcul cul
ture to go through her exercises with
Mrs. , because it bores her to do it
alone. In tbe meanwhile my salary is
f 30 a month, just what it was when I
only knew those thing that a lady's
maid always hnd to know. I guws the
next thing will bo for me to learn
hameopntby and filling teeth I" New
Recipe For 11 am rroqurtle,
A cupful of finely chopped cooked
bam, a cupful of bread cruiuK 1 of hot
mut-hvd potatoes, a largo tublospoouful
of butter, II eggs, a speck of cayenne.
Bent the ham, cayenne, butter aud S of
tho eggs into tho potato. Let tho mix
ture cool slightly and shape it like cro
quettes. Roll in bread crauihs, put In
! the frying basket and pluuge into boil
ing fat Drain and serve.
I Oranges may be served whole or in
j halves ou a bed of leaves, or with peel
l lug cut and rolled down, or peeled and
! sliced. Polish apples with a cloth aud
j pile In a high dish, yellow and red to
1 getlier; L'so two or more kinds of grapes
I in tbo same dish if an effective appear
' once Is desired. Bananas ought to be
I served iu a dish with othor fruits, as
oranges or grapes.
A filANT'S TROl'BI.K.
He was a giant In lis, th picture of
health and stieiigtb, with Iron muscle,
famous athlete. II pursued hi training
excessively to bold bis fani, and doubt
lev trained too much. With all his risrols
th man wa nervous, restless and sleep-
less, and then racking pains took bold J
upon him. 11 could not undenuand bis
condition, for neuralgis bad set in when
hethuUKlit hiinsell in perfect health, ho
in all ouiidltloiis It will take bold of th
nerve. They had been enfeebled in hi
esse, and iliy are enfeebled in a thousand
cases in as many ditlY-rent ways. II waa
well advised and f, Mowed direction ol ex
perienced people. Moon bis nerve beiran
to be toned and quieted and In a ahurt
time the pain erased altogether. He bad
used til. Jacob Oil freely and a cure fol
lowed, and so will it follow in all case and
The po-U are tuning lyrei,
Their bra I ix are Iu a whirl)
Tlo-y are buiv pulllus wire
To praite the wluler sl'l.
W drilr lo interest you In a new type
writer Joel out on th raaif)o ooast. Forty
thousand were sold In th Kait lat year.
Tli Hlie.kensdrrlrr has many feature nut
embodied In even blffier priced machines.
In quality of work ll la equal to any ma
chine on lb market and excel them all
In conveniences. It ouly wniKhi 6 pound,
Is practical, reliable and aoctirata; haa no
ribbon, perfect liniment, will space any
width, doe beautiful manifolding. Two
aiylea of tvpe, ohativeahle Instantly. Prlo
$.15 net. On account of its portability tbi
nischin is especially valuable to minis
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merchants who ottlo work require, a
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lilickemderfer I guaranteed. Money re
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A Co., Pendleton, Uregun,
100 HEWAltD I00.
Th reader of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there Is al least on dreided
! disease that science bss been abl te cur
, In all IU staire and that I Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrn Cur I th only positive cur now
! known to th medical fraternity. Catarrb
i being a constitutional disease, require a
I constitutional treatment. Hall' Catarrh
I Curs I taken Internally, actum directly
' upon th blood and niuoous surface of in
' lystern, thereby destroying th foundation
of th disess and giving th. patient
i strength by building up th oonititut on
1 end asaiitini natur in dolus It work.
; 'f b proprietor have so much lalth in its
eurativ oweri, that they offer One Hun
dred Doll ir for any rasa that it fall to
cure, fend lor list of i estlmoniala.
T . 4. t xi r. i. i st.u., luirao,!,
FITS.-AIISta topped free by Hr Klln-'e
(iraal Nerve Meatorer. tuiHiaarier ihrnr.i
da) l ute. Marvrlout rurM. T'ralua aod ft '
trial b-rttit Ir to Fit raart Maud to Ut. A nut,
Ml Arch at , Philadrlphia, Pa.
I believe Plso's Cur lor Consumption
saved my boy's I if last tmiuier.- Mas.
A i.i is DuColam, L Ruy, Mlcb., Oct. VO,
Tsr Osaasa fur break fast.
UKI Mi AU lli IAH&. I
I Cuuh arra. TaMaa U.wL VM I
n , 11 na,iii,
In ti ma, s.,Mt ny drorw
Are ineiarably conneeled. Th for
mer drwnd. ninety, nelr. solidly
UMin the Inner.- If it is pure thev are
properly fed and there is no "ntninui
ne." If it l impure they re fed on
ram and I lie liurmra of nervou
pnolrutuin remit rrd th nerve
on pur blood. Mat pur bluwd and
keep ll pure by tal e,
The On True Ulood 1'uniier.
MnnA'c Pillc tbeatlei dliinrr itll aud
rlOOQ S rlllS lamllr lallieiliO.
From early child-'
hood until I was '
grown my family j
spent a fortune j
trying to cur met
of this disease. I visited Hot Springs i
ana was treated Dy tne dcsi medical
men, but was not benefited. When
all things bad P n n 1 1 ("led 1 de
termined toleUMM try SS.S.
and in four I U III monihswss
entirely cured. The trrriNs ecrema
was gone, not a sign of it left My
general health built up. and I bave
never had any return ol the disease.
I have oftea
ed SAM. and
vat know a a failure hirusi
,k(. W. IRWIV. Irwin, Pa.
hover tall to euro,
even when all other
reinedle have. Our
treat ise on blood and
free to an? address.
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flabln l-ltoaknnwa lr antMira Ilka eanplrMl,-; mm
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I JUST OUT-SENI
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Forliuertnltleul power their economy la an
questioned. at ANUFACTURKD IT-
PALMER I REY TYPE FOUNDRY
Car. Front and Aider It.,
Send lor MUlofn.
CHICKEN RAISING PAYS
if yuu iie the PrtUt
Mik moaey wh.lt
others r wattling
llrutt vf old pni.1
CftUUsff tell, all
(I ml dracr.hr wry
Mtrit nertim tor tbe,
wheal. rrtlirt UtaWI
We r panne tueri
Asenta, DU-vrle rata
Mldrarrtntlon nrtre ere., aoeirr wanTrb
riTALUBtA rildrjlATOt CO.,rtslia.Cal.
aaaHca Uouaa, til H Mala Ht., Lue Aiiriea
A KILO PHYSIS.
IIVR Pll.t. FOR A nOR.
A iwwml o tha brnroli noil dr I i umiit
knltb. Tim pill tupplr wbM la wvUta Ituti la
Me K mailv, Tti oura llaadwl bruihtaa tba
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Tlwr at-wbav MtH. war aKkML 1 aunvliM-a v,Ht. ae
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World I air I HKIHIiST AWAUU
Is unquestionabl j a most
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rtoduti; rnes-oauaai iisats; nna iranery; pai
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family tourist sleepers; new equipment.
MRS. WINSLOW'S -HW-r
FOft CHILDMN TCKTHINO
FeeMlkre)lvasla. feata a SMI la.
5. r. . U. No. 81 9-fl. r. V. V. No. 696
Rto C0U Dituono BM0 ,
tw aalv aaSj, ara, 4 ri.n. fin a k
TW aalf aabj, War
au -all 1.1 rawUt. .
lih, aaai jwaaitaa a., rni Hnu-.i rm
DO YOU tKKL BAUT 1AJK8 YOUK BACK
acheT Does every step mm a bnrdenT Yon need
MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY.
(IK KBIjS OB BOTTLk)
Serond to none In T IT..
Mo mailer where from. I'UHTLtND, Oat.
f Duett Lambcrson
203 Third SU.PORTLAND