OUR PARIS EXPOSITION LETTER Wonderful Exhibition ol Glut Creations GU Cloth, Class Eyci, Glut Dough (From Our Rexulur Correspondent) Pahib. Sopt. 21, 1UO0. The filaaa and cryatal exhibit ol the 1'aris (air attracts all lio like flitter and sparkle. The interior of the hull look like a perpetual exhibition of fire work!, flaabea radiating from all the cut edgea of the glass, reproduced in a thousaud reflections, and appearing in fugutive rainbowa on every aide. There la atrong eomlation between the glasa worlcera of every country, and the artistic gnniua of the vurhns racea ia ahown in the divora forma and the details of ornamentation of all thia crystal work, in which color Itself often appears. Especially charming are the gobleta, carafe, and bottleaof all aorta. Home of the objecta are blown to dimen eioni truly colossal, and one wonders from what human lunga could have issued the breath thai Inflated them. Aa a matter of fact, the pieces are now blown mechanically, by means of rum presxed air. One sphere ia nearly five feet in diameter) from thia enormoua bubble, three thousand watch glasses could be cut. Here we aee the g'asa thread, as One aa eilk, from which dreasea are made These are not for every day wear, It is true, but quantities of the glaaa thread are used by ladiea for difloretit purposes, notable for making aiurettee for the hair or for bat. There are also aped mena of glasa cotton and woolen, which ia used for purposes of insulation, or to prevent the passage of heat. A novel employment of glass thread in Germany la the fabrication of In destructible burners for lamps; the inventors claim that they are Incom parable for allowing the regular passage ol the liquid where petroleum or alcohol ia used. These burnora have not yet come into general use, liowoyor. Ulasa ia alao utilized by the manu facturer! ol artificial flowers. Crushed lua special manner, it takes the form of a very flue tion of modern science to agriculture. The exhibit of Hungary ia of special intirest. Agriculture is the principle occupation of the inhabitants, and thirty yesra of peace has given them an opportunity to take rank among the foremost nations in lie sdentitlc tie TtMopnient of agricultural industry. Lena than five per cent of the surface of the country is left uncultivated, and every year, thia apace diminishes with the extension of ayjtema of irrigation and drainage. Itobbrtl The Grave. A startling incident, ia narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia, aa followe: " I waa in an awlul condition. My akin waa almost yellow, eyea sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Then I was advlne.l to use Electric Hitters; to my great joy, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I con tinued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 60c, guaranteed, at Dr. Kremer'a drug store. Shooting Cannon at Clouds in France. An effort ia being made in some aec lions of France to dimipate hail storms by firing cannon at the clouds. Fifty twocannon, manned by 104 cannoneers and their chiefs, have been distributed over an area oi z,;xnj acres ol rich vine land. For the expense of the experi ment, the Government appropriated 2.000 trances, (,)80), the departmental council 1,500 frances ('J8!li, the National French Agricultural Society and a number of wealthy wine growers added 12,090 francea ($2,31(1) and furnished fourteen more cannon. The Minister of War supplied powder lor 2' cents per pound. A high point in the vine land to be .loverod by the experiments was selected as the central post or observation and a signal code adopted. When a shot is heard from the central post all the cannon are fired, at first twice per minute; more slowly after the first ten alioto. I translated the report of the powder, resembling lirlng at the storm clouds this diamond dust. It is supposed to give the effect of dew on the flowers, tlws increasing the naturalnesa 'of their appearance. In one corner you fancy you have atumbled Into mythology, and have encouulered Argus himself. All around are yei thai stare at you fixedly; eyea that have a disturbing air of vitality, eyes of all colors, eyes to auit all tastes, eyes mora beautiful than many in Datura. You wonder involuntarily how o many false eyoa cm be "consumed," to use the word In the commercial eiiae. Certainly, it ia not yet tiie fashion to have lalse eyea fitted in, as one would false teeth. The man in charge courteously explained that there re many more people with only one eye than the wot Id in generul imagines. Artificial eyea are so well made thut the Infirmity passes almost unnoliced. Hut me greatest demand cornea from doll seaann : "The farmers of Denico wer aroused at 1.30 o'clock on the night of June 6-0. The storm was very severe. The artillerists, from 40 to 50 strong, fired their guns and stopped the thunder Hiid lightning. In the neighboring com nnnes, the peoplo saw columns of flames rue 300 feet above the cannon when the shota were fired. At several plaow, women recharged the cartridges." The wine growera are organizing to attack the hail storms in ninny of the great wine-growing regions of France. Tiie two experiments thus fir reported are pronounced auccoasful, A writer in one of the wine growers' organs aaja- "The results obtained from these experiments are such that organization will be established at once in all the places that have heretofore been ravaged by bail." I am told that the practice of ahooting extensively carried on this year than ever before. Joiih C. C'iivkiit, Consul, Job C'oulilti t Have Htooil It If he'd hail Itching l'lles. They're terribly annoying; hut lluckleu'e Arnica Halve will cure the worst cane of Piles on earth. It has cured thousands. For Injuriea, i'aina or llodily Eruptions it's the beat salve in the world, price 'l!u: a box. Curogiiatanteed Sold by ding lliat Ir, Kremer. Diakera and from riaturalinla who attifT I t,,u clcmila waB UnoA-n in France over animala. Koll eyoa, especially, must be hundred yeara ago, and that il Tor careiuny prepared, and must not ."a"1"1 ,n llaiy. is io Do more be the least crohsodj The youthful purchasers of thia line of goods are very particular on thia poiut. One of the curious tilings in thia curious exhibit ia what socialists call "glasa dough." Imagine glass, real glass, that one can knead and mold, and into which one can drive nails ua into lead, without chipping or cracking it. Thia way of preparing glasa, it seems, waa known to the ancients. They modeled it like clay and made all aorta of objects that could be thrown on the ground or even at aomebody'a bead, without breaking them. It la recounted that an artisan who dlscoveied an esiiecielly excellent formula for making glasa dough bad the unfortunate idea of allowing sampled, with an explanation of their merits, to the Kmporor Tiberius. The F.mperor examined tliem and liateaed with condescending IntoreHt. and inunedutely had the inventor's head cut otr. Historians assign as the reason lor thia liurerial deciiion, that Tiberius aaw somo thing unnatural in the dis covery, and in order to avoid the trouble of investigating the unpatented iiiveiuion, ne suppressed il in the person of ita author. Among the other interceding objecta In thia aectiou are the lwads, the paste, the pearla, and above all the ataiued glass, which in design and execution Tery nearly approachei the famoua pro ductiona of tlio middle ages. An exposition wheie all the produc tion! of the glol-e are collected, with the document! necessary to show the progress of civilisation and the social movement in the diuVrent countries, the development of their agriculture and their Industries, permits the moat in teresting comparisons. Oriental agri culture ia represented on the Champ d Mara, by the exhibitaof Itussia, Japan, Hungary Uoumanla, Servia and Itosnia llersegovina, and although these nations differ widely in geographical location, iu climate nature uf soil, etc. they have certain characterii.lics in common. In II, tho right of holding land belonged, until a relatively recent date, to the overeigns and the nobility ; and In nil, at about the same time, there was a remarkable development in the applica- The Far West Loit to Bryan. John P. Irish, the noted sound money lemociatic orator from California. addressed a good audience across the line in Kansas City, Kan., uiging bin bearers to vote for McKinley ax the aurest means of retiring llryan and It) to 1 for all time. Four years ago .Mr. lri-.li Mutinied the country fur Palmer and lliickner, and he is making npeeches this year especially to the men who voted lor Palmer and lliickner lour vram nun. Mr. Irish haa been in the imnpaiirii three weeks, and he had tl,i, ti say of the political outlook : "llryan will lm beaten in California, Oregon and Washington, and I believe that bo will also lose I'tul, and Idaho. I have lceu stumping three weeks to the gold Pemoi-racy ol the Fast, and I am confirmed in tho opinion that SO per cent of the gold iHmiocrats of tiie country will votu ugaiust Itrvan. Indiana will beat llryan by more- than the average uiajoiity," At llnil Time. I take a pleasant herb drink, the uext morning I (eel bright and my complex ion ia better. My doctor cays it acts gently on my stomach, liver and ki,lnes, and ia a pleasant laxative. It in made from herbs and is prepared aa easily as tea. It is called Lane's Medicine, All druggists sell it at 75 els. l ane's Fami ly Medicine move the bowels each duv. II )ou ciuinol gel it, send for a free sam ple. Address, Orator F. Wooiiitiitil le H"V, X. Y. Subscribe for THC COURItR .w j mm These unwelcom. vialtora usually appear in the spring or amnnirr, whet, the Mood ia nuking an extra effort to frr. Itself from the iiimtv imniixii, tl,.,, i... .... i...-i .-... ' lw llrm I v v. uinumieu Mining U1C wittier IllOlUllS. Carbuncles which are more painful and dangerous, come mot fivitnentlv on the Kick of the neck eating grea Holes m the t r.h, exhaust the .trenKtli and often prove fatal, k.ila are regarded by some lujople M blewmg., and the patiently and uncomplaining! endure the pain and incnuvemc nee uiXr N..u. of tlmt l"rr ST'if U '""""'J. 'lood i' too thick anvwav, and I Z s Nature man of thin mm it T l, Ma-v. u ,.. ,,. ...... ,........:.. 1.... : 1 . .- .. ."" llMl.u " 1 - . n A . ' iUW "m IS uinciwa is lull ot ihhsoii ami Dangerous trouble., which are only wa.Witg for.favr.l-leorir,ui,;,o,levelop. wan oid" i Julr tilinO fill , . K'CP tlie 1'1,vh1 Inur. lul wH fcfP the n tlrur of nil the irritating impuritic that S. S. S. cures boils and carbuncles easily mZTttl If f ft firtn and nermanetitlv l,v r.ir r..! j llil V i building up the blovsl and lidding the system of all accumulated v. .He matter b. h. b. Is made i.f ro.tsand herb which act directly on the blood, and all poiwns, no mailer how ilerp-aeated, are a.xm overcome and driven out bv this powerful purely vegetable medicine w. k.. nut m new, uninro rrntetiv, out lor fifty years has been curing all kindaof blood and tkiu diseases. It haa cured thousands, and will rure you. It is a pleasant tonic aa well aa blood purifier im proves the appetite and digestion, builds up your general health and keep your blood in order. Our phvsiciuns have made Wood and akin dia eaaea a life fii,tvwr,t tti..n, fi.n.. .lu. . nd any Infor nation or advice wanted will be cheerfully giTn. c make no charge - . v 'uis mfiM. ovuu iuk viu uwx ou xuoou ana oitiii uiacaaea tree. Mr. . M. Pratt, C., !. C, wrilei : J1" '.w''? "' 1 aa aulirttj will, bulla an J r,l,n.ir. UKd by unpun blool. Uuiiiiis able todwntx my auariuf ; pan i theliase being unable to woik or lrp. feveral doctors treatett me. and 1 Irtr ,1 all iht so-clle blots! rrmeJka, but nothinf Mrmnl to do me any ,hm1. Iiuiiua tha aum-nrr of isss I was tr astadcu to it H. H. a, a otl a Iter taking arreral bolllra w ia cntiirly currl anil hv had no n urn of ihrac paiuful pcau up to tfaa prcacut Uuia." Addrvaa, Tke Swift Specific Ce., Atlaata, , WanlilnKton I, t iler. (From Our Itezn!arCorrcpr.ndentJ. WashisotoS, O.-t. f, l''0. There is juat so much apparent friend ship between the powers in China tiiat it arou-n suspicion. Aa one gentleman put it, "they remind me ot a gang of rounders in the small bourn, who ping 'Anld LangHyne" vociferously and hug each oilier shortly before engaging in a free fight." The anxiety of the pow rt to agree with each other may lie real, I.... If ..1 I t ' nub ii w, me ciiane lias oeeu ex .rnoro inary and haa come about without apparent cause. Of eotir.-) ever body hoie to see tho whole business scaled peaceably, but that doe-iu'l nu'ko il necessary to be blind. There ia tome sort of a diplomatic going on underneath all this Auld Lang Byne business, and if it doesn't mean the prcludo to a free fight, it probably means A diplomatic gold brick for somebody when the game ia played out. The president .will return to Washington thia w'.cli, and it will he bis btisineKS to see that the gold brick isn't left with Uncle Sam. Heretofore this government lias con tented itself with politely reipics'ing the Sultan of Turkey to pay (hoM- American nii-sionary claims, but accord ing to a current Biory in Washington, i ia about to change its tactic. Iu fact. it is said thut I'ni c.l States Minister Straus, who was withdrawn from Con stantiiiople some mouths ago torn: phasic tho displeisure of this govern ment ut the turdinest of the mil. in in keeping hiu promifu to pay those cl-iiins may return and present un ultimatum demanding that the claims, be immedi ately paid or force will be used, unless the sultan pays before he can get Ihcra. In odicial circles it is believed lhat the sultan Inn only dchiyid p.iynii i;t be cause lie thought this government was too busy in China and tho Philippines to b Jther about him, and that he will soon 1-01119 down without any tlio ot force. The biiMnem of die postollice depart ment has iucieasi d one third In the l ist four year! or Tl8.,0:i0,001, an I ihe difference between expanses and receipts is slowly but surely decreasing, having been $1,000 OIK) lets for tho lust fiscal year than for the year previous, but Un balance on the wrong ridu of the ledger is still considerable, tho exact figures for the year being I l,8!i-l, 718,81 Unless the abuses of ceco.id cluss mail, v. Inch are entirely loj liiimeroui, hntwhicfi congress lias refused to legislate out of existence after two bard and hitter fighls, am ullnwod to inctcai-e, llie business of the post ollicn will be in a few years self-sustaining. It iB hardly likely that it will ever be alloai-dlo become profitable to any con.!dcrabl extent, as Ihe liioveuient for one cent letter poslu.-e, wnich has not been actively pushed for several yeuia can be depended up, to becoiin- popular as sooir as tl.o delicit in the po-tul service is overtaken by the receipts lieu Fitzbugti l.ee, ill his iiiinu-d report to lite war department, conn s out flat fooled In favor of the unnv canteen and declarer that ii tends to the moral improvement of thu nu n, and cites the condition of one particular oinmund, which had no cantceu before they cattiH under him to prove the ilechiration. Tho adiii!nlstrntinn takes giid care to publish evety good word it receives fur Ihe army can Ice 11. Advicea received from Senators Chand ler and Oalliuger, indicate that the latter ia iu a lair way to close the former's career as a senator. Mr. Chandler admits thut bis chances for reelection aie not more than one iu six. while Mr. liallitigiir conleu.li that he has no chance at all. While .Mr. ('hand ler claims that it is combined lailroa.ls of New llainpshiro uhlch aie pn-hing la i ii toward the private life exit, it is well known in Washington that a long lino of peisonal af'.'ronU lo ihuse who dated to oppose lira niil in pirly nM'.iira made willing woikers against him. Although during tin- , , . . . -1 of his loi. career in olli. e, dating im.iy la a to Lincoln days, Senator Chandler has been, as a iu;e, tie most ladicnl ol paitifntpt, bo ban p.isi d as fr. e Itime during tho last three years and made several speeches iu the senate ciiti. i. ing the policy of his party to au extent that threw Ihe sympathy, if not the actual sot port of the national haitv leadcra to his opponents, ('handier is a bom lighter, and as hu is also a rich man, be can indulge in the limnynf lighting just to woiry thu other fellows and be will do it. The eountrv may confidently expect to hear from Chand ler, ami soma of bis tcmarks univ be vitriolic. Tho Cittoti Veterans' Cuion, ut its annual encampment, held in Washing ton, hist week, unanimously adopted a resolution in favor of building the pro pose. I memorial bridge across the Potomac fiom Washington to tin Natio.ial Cemetery at Arlington, mid directed the commander - in - chief to petition congn-ss iu Its favor There was some smiling in Wa-hn.;;-lon over Mr. Pryan's charge that Ihe election of Mr. Mckinh y would mean the establishment of u foil near evciv town. From the experience ol llie war department with delegations of buMne-,-men from cities anxious to have armv posts eMahllshcd in their vicinity foi llie tai-iness they make, V r. Mekiulei would make more voles than lie would lose, ii he bud the amhotiiv io announce that lie would t-siahlirdi a l. rr near every lowu. LA GRIPPE b now mplng rich bxtreM. Modlcal statla f(T ' complied br tha bwt iV phyalcians of the world 'J,IW sliow that rrer stxtr r' CONSUMPTION an da s LAQHtPPB. ThsrsarsalM other points el weakness. Refer to the nam ben on the chart, fltady each one carev falfy. Familiarise yoorself with them. It row hart ea attack ol LA ORIPPI Uxia the ase ol llt'UYA aa soon ai tha arnte irraptoms have snUtoed. II t III' A will hrtng aboul Ihe restoration to perfect health. The Parts Affected Are: 1. thb ni.covs nrniRANB UNINO THB BACK PORTION OP THB NOSR.-It be oiaes Inflamed and tblckoaed, and a Chronic Catarrh tf the result. Ill IIVAH wlU reduce the Inflamina'ion. end leave the macoui menv brane In a r-crfr-ctlr healthy condition. . ITHB RAR DRUM ) THE MUCOUS MCMBRANU OP THR EAR. It becomes In flamed and thickened, tiring rlie to almoal total drsfneu. H I'll VAX will prevent the spread ol Ui Inflammation. The drum will not be aflcctcd a:el htiarliir wilt be unimpaired. S. CHKONIC TONSM.rriS, OR CHRONIC BOKU THHOAT.-KreiD the unie caue tue two ireev.H.K. IIL1VA will prereut Its aomlog ou. 4. WKAKN! SS IN THE HEART.-M I II. Y.l will sr retithe n the heart liervei, equalize the rlrentatteti ol hfinsl, and raue the avail bcata to bt-r-ftrne strong and remitar. -C. A WcAKFNFll CONDITION OP THR LOWER t.Ollli.H oil III! I.UN01-HI UVA V Will caiiRe me lung tuaue to becuuie strong and henllhr. T. LUM0A1O, 0? WEAK BACK.-ni D V. will siiciiKilicu II almost liumedtalelr. III'IIYA wtllenreatl of the eliove suip lotus and leave your whole system In a perfect conilltlee of health. Co to jour driiKiilHt at onee and prtK-rire a mi-knKe of IIMiYAX for fo rerita, or sis paekavs for I'.1. to. If your drurrlt drws not ku-p It, send direct to the llllVA IU:lll.lY I OHPt Y,Sa.i Krani-taro. Cat. Iteiiiriiits-rtliat yntl ratieonautt the III lY t IHK'TOIlst I l!KF.. Call and see the d-s-tors. yon may call and see tboin or write, ae yon 1etra. Address fludyifj K?mcdy (omr.ny Cornr Stockton, Market and Ellit Strttli, SAN I'RANCISCO, CAL. HE KNEW ALL ABOUT BEARS. Yarrrt-ll Knmri More Now, llavlns; l'altl Tvro Flnaera for Ilia Know ledae. In the counse of a visit to the zoo logical "-aniens in Ittonx park, New York eity, the other day John Fnr rell aeiptired home wisdom concern injr the liisinliantuecH of nasni-hiting-too iiitimntely yviili bears. For hia experience he tinderl two (itinera. 'I'liei-e ns a ei-.nvd aiounrl the bear pits wiitehinj.' the hnie iinitual.s, who were close lo the tens, heirin- for dainties, when Fiini-ll cnnie up with a biiir of pent, ills. Formerly he was employed ns an u.ssi'itiint in the park, niul he knew- ihe nniiiiiil.i. or thought lie knew- then,. 1 1 luiniediatel.v pitslieil through the crowd iu front ni ine pit where the polar bears are kept, and climbed the mil there .lust ns l-'nriell wns cuphiuing that he knew nil about tl- animals the tirst bear to arrive look into his month the olTen d a ,-inutH ami tic i.iinii nun ii. -io mem. i Here wiik ii shout of piiin and terror from Fur re 1 1 Mild it growl from the other bear. which was also trying to get a frrip. The first bear made no remarka; just hung on like jjrim death to the hand until Keeper llecy came up with neaiy oar unil uaiiiniereo linn over the nose nud head. 'I hen he bnekel i;T, Ki-owlitiif fiiriimsly. They took l'arrell oer ,, the r. f r. .-hmt lit house nud sent for no aie. hri 'ii uee Hint took llllll to the Flowi-r 11 ispil.-ll. The Miriri-on aid thut there wasn't enouedi left of Ihe middle linger of Ins right hand to he of nuy use, nud thnl ihe third tlmrer would very like ly be lost, loo. bin for the Interfer ence of Keeper lloey the n lurry iiuimal woulil doubtless h.iM- drawn the man's whole arm In through the Intra, in which ease the other bear would have neeured n hold, and there wouldn't have been any iirni left. TURNS I1IS IIAIR GRAY. Thrilling: Ksiirrlrnee nl a I'alnlrr In .Midair, 1X1 let from the tlroiiuil. Joseph Henry Specr, a boss painter, wiisengau'c.! by t lie low II of liloomliclil. N. J to cliuil) the HatrvtalT iu the park to tcplncf a rope broki n iluiit.g u re ccut storm. To i relent being natehrd by a irnpini: ctoud. Spi , r i.i-ied four o'clock ill ! tie moi nin- t,i .lo the work. He took oil' his coat and v, ,-t. and. ll.l Jiisilng lii. s; -urs. lM(,-an the a-eet t. Specr ri.l.-beil Ihe top. IV :, f,-.-t from the I'rolill.l, lit day lftt , niul. to al . id lieeicellt, tin! ole end nf tl-.e rope iiroiind hia left .inn. lie was jiu. in ine nei or putt v.ir llie u. w pi. hut throu.,'li ti ll hen he fe sol'l'cd niul pecii - ,-i, iv mc ilca;h. The rope held ttlen Speer mantle; and slice linn n It I be!, c at w tl, the n.pe. loivt. v ar.l. he iii.li..! rope ti mi d to Ihe lo w ay ton n. In re hi i , n ., an hour before pvkln j, i, eont ; :i in- t he lit , n t. i reached the ground. S;.. Folic, man baw r, ree II Jiieki d up his coat arid was ihe one n ho r Mv-vr-Sneer' t hr.lhnc. . --ci o r f at I'll r. line e himself bar. half i' tor ha, I ur.ice t-. he tirially ii in! Hint liorter had t. tittd w ho the rope, has I'ulil- him and turned hi ptetely iintieried hull- -i-.-iy. TRAMP HAD SPECIAL ENGINE. Nut KatiMln lliiw to Itun It, He ('were reeW. Hut 1 , !- Ii-rliiai Injury. ilttet r ni)- it to tct . Ndliaii .-k.. a loeom, of ti a. k. Th u free ride i St. t'liiir. u tin- and lore c en-;iue was. d tin-, 111 an Ihe nihil 1 1 limp, w up I ro, standiiie; iu t!,e and St. i i lir pu'lc.l op. u t!u lin' cut ou I )u main was soon layoinl his w as nol sleam i none- the li and Kidi-way. l hen about tiie miles out of town the i-:i)ilili- wa seen bl nil a-eiil of the r. ninny conpany. It passed linn al h leiri'i.- tp.-id. mid inl ine. balcty ufici-Mard. ni rniindit'e; a sharp i-iirve. jumped lite l luck. Hails and ties Were lorn, twisted lltl.l br. 1,1-n. 'Ihe lender was split from end to end, .-u.il the engine, nftcr bil-npiui; aloti en the ties tor si) rods, rolled ....r a wrick. St. flair, who wn hinii-o; from the eat wiutiii),. for an opportunity to jump, waa thrown marly JO feet iuto tha britsh, i."ii DESERTED HENS. CI me unit OrylctlnB of Woman's VtwH la Drook l, X. Y. FlatbiiFh. whoho beautiful hmrn r.)r stit;itt; u li( coiiiii-2 frill to the out- tiki: ft, f 1 troy Id 'u, hut a woman's club th;:t 'I'.fK i.of lt!(ii:i; to -the fttlra tioi:. no rt;Ii!, r.u by-lis, no fiiir- linim-iitury friKa'iin:., 1.0 in:f:ntiou j f-f. no !aiK noihiiPA in f:ift, t hnt j . .,yt)ril)( CkJ ,iCiit tWvU if 1 .do.ea,,!..,: , -.la.l. ",.1. . nuintititMautiir, ti,,,, - " " " ... a I . of U IVf'V fJ 0 U I t:l o tit m ra i ng" !. sure bi.u fiy The Ds-kwIimI L.-n)i is the Kon.fwliat t Nt' lint oiir in.aniiilciift title i.fid to -r.nlp Miiftiitf.-" wU' n .jiri; In any p'nt in the oraiiiutiob. Ihe club iu iis jn- Ay mi- ('Xi't-tlit'nt "THE MILWAUKEE." A familiar name tor tho Ch:e.ic, Mil waukee A St. Pan! Kailv, snovwt al! over the t'nion ae th tireut H?i.ay rtiliLli:; the '1'ionc r Lituiifd ' Ira'"? every dav and nht between .-t. Paul audi'l.icW'. '"l "'" i!,:l"',,; ' 'l i e only perfect trains iu the world.'' rndiTiitand: Cotnieclii-ns are made with All Tiam-cnnlineiit.il l-in-'S. amtii itix to pa:-sen-;,-iB Ihe best servics kno D. ;hl", sleain l-y no oiner ! in al, of a biie. See that: ticket via "The All tick- eeptioil With ll.eet the I X i 'j " lie it s of birebtiess, when on i-nt urd..y nights the male . hcmiH of half u tUv.-n ftntiilii a tii -rerted the hearttiKtoiii-H to lime nit eieni.ig tofcctiier with cauls ut the club, re tiitnii. nt the wee. Munll houra. "We women nat nl home tilntie H.-it-ltrilay : : cit-os half the winter." one of the Dir. ; ied Urn explained, a hai.-pv tlo ucht came to one of We woulc no-it, have ean'h iitu! mi p per our"i lien. The first nnctiri' whk t held at I y home. The hidii s ci-i!; ri d ! a carri..:;e to come for thnu nt one! o'cli-h. 'i he men were not U. be in-1 ff.i in. 'ii of our' pin on. but I mi i.t ii. lied 1 to ir-y iiiisoucd im ideutallv thi.t I ex- p. did a few- hidle.i for c.-iiiin t ! : ii t t-pe-j l ial eveninir. Ijnite to my mrp.-i.'-e hej emne hoiue just tin we were hi.viuc Mippcr. lie ra.-pid the hituiiiinn at j once, and thought he had' a rare joke on the men lie had left behind him at ' the elub. Kvery Satuniay evening j fiittee then those men have eoine trail-! intr In at It o'clock." ' the lit serleil1 IT.-riK. aa thev saw' . ! Ihe I'niu-d t-'t- ortatiada et agents fell litem. l-'or raleK, pimpbiets or oilier li'.tot nialiou, add-et-s, J. W. t'ASilV, - J- E"UV- Trav. Hh-s. At; I. (ieneral A-'ont, W.tftlt. J'OlllL.lMl, UK f-KATTLK, SJWEUft ;;:iiFi1OT0.5UPFLlE5i mmm mmm t I lave a CAMMUA do tn-l fail lo li-o'i on our mppiies : PAPERS neeial and I'tulmn Ve!o. A r.-to-I'.llt fit to cull tlteniKelves Ix-fore they took ino. Kirkliind'.i l.itliiuiu, Id-ul I crro I'l-u matters ttito tiieir own hitniln, are no longer so i!e.erted ns they were, ltut the odious- name still elitiH. BAD HEARTED SOLDIERS. Aetlon uf lo Tlxlit the Ortcaai laivuted lltlusi Cloth. IK. Aiihwert nays: "Very few soldier who have seen nitieli i-erviee ei-eajie what b: eiillnl buttle lieiirt. The ordi nary mate of the heart iu healthy peo ple is, one i f irritability, but in the wi ttier of tiie or nix .vials' st n ice tin- irri tability Hlt'eetH his. tempt r. ' "The lltiii.-h soldier," we ure further 1 told, lib-men the Army and Navy Journnl, "wears such lijiiit eliithii't; ' that his hi ai l has not room to bent j freely, and tin- peroet u,-i I st n.c:; le to do itn work in. tier ilillieultii s iiijims it. i The Koltlier's trousers are tiphi nt the ' waist, lili eoat if bnttotnil a... lightly i lis possible, and very rift, n he Mpi;i::,'s : l.iin.-i II Willi a beit. 1 lie ii e l, ,n i. iitareh his ehisi is eoin;iti -.-.-ii by the weight of Ids kn...Mick. catiti-i ii, jjrent eout iind heavy t-nrtritlve belt. "If you watch a company of no'.dicrs when they are doin;; a lonj; maicli you will obsei-.e that moM of Hum have tin '.lied lac, .-. n d eats, ri d iiom-s, s w ol I'" necks -showiiiL' that the hi art is r:-utly oieitaxcd. Some, on iliemhir hand, ate pule, which pn.v, s thnt their hearts tire not eipial to tiie work thrown on tliem. Win fler a iery lore, itiarch. the iin-n have to ili-ph.'y into fiyhtinjr order, and perhaps lusii a hill, a very Iur;re ininiher break down altogether. Their overstrained heart never hi-eonics really a-trontf and healthy niriiin." Kite. Hovul unil treticli .-a'.in, Jr. l.iue Prim. " DtVELOPEP.S Metol (jtliltiil. K. (!.. Mi-lnl llydr.iehi iiotie, Amidol, liyilto-.Mctol, Katn.u. TONING Ari-to Siticle Toner, Kitrina, lioi.l. I.iihiiiiit l'owders. MOUNTS , ail siz.es, from the Stump l'ii .'lit m vies ol Ixo. 'or.t .Miitlnt t'liotos to -l.o. SUNDRIES Print Triiiniter-i. I'uMin Hoard and Wheel I'utlen: Tnf..l-. I'n-es, Punt ! Krallies, Neciilivu Ita- l.s, I'lllll Hollers. inline, V.'.v . K- BOOKS riitit'i;rr.ihy. I-'irst Slc..-i it i-H't oml " " Amateur riintHLTiipIicr Aiiiiite.ir I'uilraHurc al II : i: Al Vista.... ! I'm O It. t.) . . No. 5 t'yi him1 llrV, tul'lillk'- . j I't . -V ' ; I'o.o .Mlicil'lie. ! Pull's l-:Ve, No. hand l-'or lite I" REE ii e and i DARK ROOM ee ef lev . a( .. Vll- lll HI In ii I'litruns Ii UVMiiUJi Don't Be Doped n. BENEFITS OF GOLF. An In vluurntlnit (lutdiior Snort Thnt Trade tu Stlniulntr the Nerv. eus Nyeteiu. One of the prominent women c-olf players of the city says that the iraine has proved very hem liciiil in pro.li eiii"- '""""" "i iierie llluolie; won I lie nature i,r I lie jratne and tin i-xl.i;. iinitiii on til cor atmosphere i n v .:-: t Iind Mimuiate the nerves nni! lit women for (.'renter t t',,i t and hi t j r i :i-enu-trol, rays the .ew Vork World. One i.f the mr.st i xasp, rat inir f, a tures, however, in connect ion with tl,, panic, from a feminine point of view, is vthe injunction (.f sj, ,.,. y,.t ;, j, this very point that trains in .,-lf-r, ni tre!, for tl.e player soon hams tl.at fierce is e!.!eti when her am ii lion i-cnu-ai;. d with the hall, and tlmt il she I- I., .-ne well she must think la' her :h;,n chatter. The trol r sehisol is probably the lies! si-hoi,: in wl,jeh the bo.veot tinir of c.i iu. try ;.. tauhl. l-'tirtherinore. w hi., the fi i. r of j-olf is relentless when i takes hold of a womnn, and iincci- its fascinatini; inlluiiiee she forgets her w-irst c.miesin. triiiredies, her 1 frb ti. Is and hue no lime for Itmw n leaiiini-s or tiin-ieales, the i-on-e-ipienees in this direction are olTsi t by In ticlioinl i ITcct nil. m temperaniciit, for it serin to solidify l.er ambition, straiirhten her jm-crment, calm her im pulses and control her temper. There have It-en nlaee.l upon the market several etiean n irlnts of hii i.t'solete islitmn of " W'elistei 'ii llletiiinar.v." 'I'l.ey HIV ts-llnf ollc-reil uudt-r various iiuuieg ui u low price By nryirnol! draler. crroeoit. nirrnM. etc. in a ti'W iiwtnntx's ha u jnumiuiu toruutkHtjiii tioim to paK't-i. Anuumiix'uient! nf thew; conmaruttvcly Worthless pppHntu ore very mU'itilfiitf ; for inti'ncn. they nr Htlvertirt to It th fiitsiniiti.il cHivulent uf h tiiirhcr-prii til Imorf, lun 1:1 mility, fr us wu kuu.v ituu U'lievu. they uic all, fn un A tu Z, Reprint Dictionaries, lhotntyc e'iptcs nt a lxw,k uf o r tlflv yiin-H tivu, wtii.-h fn itMliiv wa-"i( i(ralMiit S.VU0, tit. 1 whifh wtw tniifh siipcriur m ih(ht, print, u:hI hinilitiK to tin m niii!ationr. I nig tlfcun u v ork "f hiiuu merit instt'iid -ji mm Long Since Obsolete. The n'li-rUwut uf innu nu-i-allei uew wuriN," which noiiH'uf th-w hiHtk-tare il'lx t'r-ti-. ti rnniHin, wn ( miipiktl ly a irentle man who dnit over forty year mro. arm wnn liiitilirthetl U'i'niT his ilt u'.li. m!iit iiiim.i' tuMitiout iiiv pruUilily uf mui-e or iUul-. ; a i;c net Tho WeMtcr's Uaridgid Dictlonsry puh-ii-huit h'' uu.' hoii-s n ttn- on!. 1111 nlori'iiis oiieuf that imtKu lai-iil.ai' to thift m'in-nttn.ii. It coiiia..!,- tivvr pae, v. Ah .Initia tion!, un tHttrlv eiorv pujfi-, ami U-m-s our tnipritit un Hit' til I aw It 1.- piotivUd by cupynjfht from t-lieup uuiiiit ion. Vuliiiil-le le 1,111 work m. c hnve at vut rxp"nj puhli-inil a tlioruujrhlv iv N il am -fi-Mir, known throiiL-hont itif' Wurdl m Webster's International Dictionary. As a liictnmury Uuis it lilt timu jtiu uliuui'l Get the Best. IltlHtratisI panil'lilet fi-ee. Addi-i-M C ft C MERRIAM CO.. SwIntfltiJ, Mass. r- r-r-- ' "yj-(gtuis-e gf-iT j nt. Lt 1 tST IMPBovt)j DAVIS,,, I Sewing Machil liali Bearing, HiKu un, f very re, ,; VERTICAL AND uNDEr.' " r i'oa Hah Br Lir: vV l01 fn lir i Hair-Riddle Hardware , The DENSMORE 1 ' I c k I r. ! ? ; THE ONLY BALL-BEARING. TYPE BAR MACHINE ON THE MARKET I Send for t'alnhurue I UmI'KO Tl I'KIVttlTKIt it St'l'l-t.lKti Co. ! HI. IKK S.ItKET, I'01:TI..VN1) A CREAT OPPORTUKITY-NOT A MATTER 0? CHANPT $17,500 in Prizes T EVERY WOMAN HASAN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A LARGE PRIZE. THERE ARE NO BLANKS. J HE DELINEATOR, the Magazine of Fashion well known for a nenmi;.. t celebrates the dawn of the new century the year 1901 by offering isc-i,. pnes ranging Irom 3tUU to t.UU to laui women. I otal of prizes, $17,5(8 Prizes will be awarded, not to those sending the largest number (ti nt '-' scriptions to THE DELINEATOR, but to those sending the largest numtxrn ' proportion to the population of each town In which they are secured. T.' woman living in the smallest town has just as good a chance to win t larji - . prize as the woman living in a city. ': To thisfend all towns and cities In the United States and Canaduv divided Into seven classes, according to population: . ' CLAS8 ONE Includes oil olttea of 200,000 Inhabltanta or over. In thli elasi ttiei ' am 28 prliea to be given owny, the highest being $500, the lowest fS-00. u CLASS TWO Includes all cities from 50,000 to 200.000 Inhabitants. In thu tin there are 133 prizes to be given away, tha highest being 1400, the lowest U.jt'i . CLASS THREE Includes all cltlea from 30,000 to 60,000 Inhabitants In this cisu there are 208 prlies to be given away, the highest being S3S0, the lowest isoo. CLASS FOUR Includes all cities from 10,000 to 30,000 Inhabitants. In this ctsti there are 297 prlies to be given away, the highest being $300, the lowest I9,(t ' CLASS FIVE Includes all towns from 8,000 to 10,000 Inhabitants. In this tinti there are 307 prlies to be given away, the highest being $200, the lowest It CLASS SIX Includes all towns from 1,000 to 5,000 Inhabitants. In this classthei are 31)7 prlies to be given away, the highest being 91 SO, the lowest ls.00. CLASS SEVEN Includes towns of 1,000 Inhabitants and undor. In this clan tin k are 601 prizes to be given away, the highest being (100, the lowest 11.00. AN II I TKTT? ATTfiN .A m tMng subscriptions in a city of ii.ooo population wivo'j " ill ILLUOlIUUlUn l, Class. She woulj compete with others m,ltn( tubscie. linns fmni tnwnsof . , pnj.uldlioti up lo io,ou. She would have an opMrtunily olsinmu -one ..f i .7 pines, lii. h inmlil lie aslitijh as and could not tie less Ihan $,. Shewitli.i larner proe it she sent in twenty sulis. upturns than woulil a women w ho lor.inli-.l twentr We a tiiwn v,.,xx-, uee.-iiise her pri.p..rti..n -f Mit.senpttons lo population would lie hrerr. Tsa ' bulne tha esse, some very small lists will wta some very larce prizes. Iu oneoluurtr-n . pi ue ullfcts, a wutuaii tu W a&lnuKtuu, U.L., won a prue ol Jjj lor securiiij,- only 14 subscniiiKi ; NO COKDITION The s-1me wom-1n cn "'in several prires In every class hv takinri -. w ,"1''"v'i'J s.n,ti. .ns in .tirterr.il towns. Ihe contest hFKnu with thisannoiiin. ni-nt and will terminate February lSth, HOI. I'rovtdinir the first order contains twnorise. sul-s. upturns tli'j; mil lie an rpo-.l at 0 cents rath. Siiliscriptions can tie sent allermtdaiui " eut rate unlit f-el.tu.i. v ,-.t!i. .... '1 he r.-Kular price ol The Delim-ator isi.ayf. Sal. ' n upturns uiui Uttiu with .Nosuniuerot December of lyuo, or January, February or MarclKsV 5 PROFITS FfiR AIT Fv"' u'"ni"' fails to win one of the above priws. hot vVi . l i i "i-A. s.:ii.sMil,s,riptions.HlheproiK)rtionofoneti.evervt.ohiiiMi4 inhabitants of a town, will tie paul a s)..-cial ptue of tea leu's on each subscription lecunsla addition lo ilic uucuntj, allowed above. WHY DO WE LIMIT THIS OFFER TO WOMEN? fSZ ' and women ran best irenmmend it to women. It is a ereat favorite a. uuior them. Th.m . ii.iw iii.-ie thin I.Hir hundred and eurhtv thousand suWribere. if you are not inltrestela tins oiler, ca.l llie altentiun of out Inendi 10 11. ' yLI. women in sendinir their first order of two or more subscriptions must mtntios ret 1 i.-v are to apply upon the above i.lfer complete information recarilnig pnin, i . Is-i l"i is.", .-e V'V ,1 ,lh"se who are not thoroughly acquainted with Diemcnuilt i 1 lit. Pl.l.l.NtAlUK, full iiiforiuatioa will be seat upon request. Address, TH E l DELI N EATOR .7.TO 17 West 13th Street, new York EAST and SOUTH (iron th of II I it (III,., Amiriirinnl'.t liililout by William Tenn riiiluili-ll.hiii mis tu,, niilis l,,!, ,,, I one mile i,le. Tonnsliin Hfti-t- town- i t-li'i nn nntiexeil. till nt Inst the eity lioillll'lirie l-oinei.lei! viith of 'u foimty i';' niili-K lot e. H,..-i,, ,,,, rrun tin- old nniiity lines niul tm k in tin until itilt timiis. Ilrenler Ni Vrk unit I liieiiiro tioiv i-,-ei 1: in nre.-i tun! impiiliu ion some l-iiu , i :,n iirim-inali. ih-Ii e..-i ei l.- .'i. .,!:,, hs 11 p'-'e i-fi: til lie j, ii.t ,,,-tion ! Mil.nrl.s. i it h Ii irisliitite uu. VIA Till." iilfgSllCsKNtf1l Sh.-ist.-i Koine Ol'sveata, and 1 1 n-l -.M.irks r.i,tnint.l r,l nil I'at J ,lrnllmi,n,-s,t,.n,!u.l..l,l,rMo,rTt rr(1 i eOuaOrnctisePKisiTC u 8 Pitcnt Orncr) j ,111a we can secure r .1 t 1:1 lei , f .., 0,,,., ,.reinote (roin a.l.- i;.,u.. f . ; Scnil niiulvl. ,!, .ii. j , r -r ... ill, .te.nit, $ ",'"" "''". " I" ' I-..I. Her oti aeh.ire. l,ir fre ,i ie 1. 1 ..,r,--.t is .-,-.1. i m P1HSHI tT, 11 'W t. ii.m i.n rj-niis," w it'- II ic sent tree. A.l.lrrns. jC.A.GfiOV.CO. I Oar Parr NT Ir.iln-. I, . in,, tiraiiis I-.ish r, limit ami uj stiiiiia., . ii. 111. noil ; 13 p. , ir I', I . Ill Oil CT Uau.kTAU III. ..,,., 4 o. e. ! In n 111-1 lliorlatinti. lint the pro!. K-'ii'l tiiiii tit tfri.w i i-,ii; iitiin i;ro in xitv. 'ems of i-'ty rxity lis tin- Tlie t'lilneae riatall. I'ntil Ii.;? tin- Cliinesc wore their hair lor.iT urn! i-.ileil on tin- top of tl-ir ln-inl. iilure it as fastetieil ivirl, nil oittn-11:1-111:1! pin. The .Vatuhit i.liet iiiakiin: tlie I' ttllil 11 .siiTti uf lolliltl, i-linii..ei! s t BAD COLDS tjiiitiiiie is 10 vi-rs Uhitnl. I'oM, ! not now liave to be endured. llisi.n s I'lM.atu- l'iii-L4 leultesl (I V lllltlii.- tr,,m their eneyi ,-riiw.l a wtet's onlinurv Iteatiiient into I.' In. urs and ,il,i,i ihe nor.-l.s ,. ei.l.ts over tniilil. "Il was the wornl e-ise uf . rin I ,.-..,l..l A ball it.zi-n 1'riends bad stite cores. Mi I 11 l.utiir 1-11. Meant 01 ibe I'y si 1 mic T ii. I l . lo Inv ali.nellient lliev stopped Ik. Ill -i-lil and e.-iuti llie pr-l liilit. 1 ,iidr-e 11110 re. 01. in., no :irm i,. th,. l.-tii'i i II so v, 1 -in I r o1 and .A llornev. p I .at r mti i-eo, J illy 7. pan. Tin- New 1 1 in ist .,. On II:,- X ir I.. 1.. I',,,-.-; . OU it's- l-.ilel 1.....-1 ,;l: 1 !. at , .t Mi-r,' iiivi-.-i ,.-i iinve two ii.-,.), 1, ,. :., itit-t It .111 M.-nV 1 .,.,1 , .. .ippleci it,. A Ass'l lit o'i l'.i-s v,t't. JV t'ot ll.l. r.nl'a. ,1 11, .. Tin- IXiiinu tI till- N.iltli, Ml IV. lie ail.l lii-iv tt.iiti p,- rvi,-.- ;al. lire- l!ioro:ili:v tm ,i- mi e.l, .UP I will lie c-... 'e. I In Ti.ey ill : .1 r. tn .1 X f.u- ' tin u 0--l'."s s-. ..ir. ' ii- e.lr f a -. 1 il.s V -I t'l.-iritoti, rri-01 S-., I v. I' rtlaiel . . l lll-.l'l- I'.l-V. r. I 1,:. ,, ,1 r. let .hi, -ol,, Vr. 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