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The "Royal" the Strongest and
Purest Baking: Powder.
Whether any other baking powder is equal to
"Royal," let the official reports decide. When
the different powders were purchased on the open
market and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the
New-York Board of Health, the result showed that
Royal Baking Powder contained twenty-seven
per cent, greater strength than any other brand.
When compared in money value, this difference
would be as follows :
If one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells
for 50 cents,
One pound of no other powder is worth over
If another baking powder is forced upon you
by the grocer in place of the Royal, see that you
are charged the correspondingly lower price.
An inquiry is made aeaia about the
Paul Hayna monument fund, which was
started gix years ago. It seems that it
reached $7tX) and public interest in it
then failed. It is now proposed that
"The Havne Circle" of Auirusta, Ga., a
literary society, uiake an effort to revive
interest in the matter.
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A fruit jar The one you get when you slip
uhju a bauana skin.
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THE TALE OF A TOURIST.
Ha Wasn't So Very I'lirtiriilar,
Mad In Unit the Line.
"Have you aiiytlurg to give a poor man,
The voice was that of a wan, haggard and
dilapidated mendicant Hat in hand, with
bonis I head and humble mien, he stood in
the presence of the young housewife. The
wind blew through his scanty, unkVmpt hair,
and his toes looked mournfully out through
the embrasures in his shoes in a weird, grew
some way that would have drawn a sigh of
sympathy from a was figure of Jessie James
(r melted the heart of a bridge tender.
"Have you walked far this morningT she
"Yes, mum," replied the jaded pilgrim.
"I have hoofed it for altout ten or eleven
"Are you hungryT
"Powerful gaunt in the stomach, like."
The tender hearted young woman meditat
ed a few moments.
"1 have nothing but a soup bone and some
cold tripe to offer you." she said, "but you
are welcome to them."
The tourist shook his h"id sadly
" 'Bliged to you, mum. ' he resiionded In a
hollow voice, "but I'm a vegetarian. Hain't
got no ham and eggs, I reckon I"
'1 am sorry to sav I have not. But stay I"
she exclaimed as the forlorn applicant for
charity turned to go. "Wouldn't you like
something in the way of clothing, rny poor
'Yes'm," he replied, gratefully "If you've
got any old clothes about the house I'd be
glad to get 'em."
ith a light step and a heart full of happi
ness at the proxiieot of being able to do good
to a suffering fellow creature she left him
and returned presently with a small bundle.
'Here is a garment 1 heard my husband
say he should not wear again," said the
young wife, "It is perfectly clean and just
as good as new."
"May I ask what it is, mum!"
"It is a flannel shirt."
"Been washed f
"Oh, certainly three or four times."
The battered tramp jammed his hat on his
head and went slowly down the steps.
'Madam," be said, with a hopeless, just-
as-I-expected intonation in bis rich south
western Missouri voice, "that is the 2(Hth
flannel shirt that's been stuck at me since 1
left East St. Louis, and I've got a pocket full
As the hot sun came out from behind
cloud and beamed down
pitilessly on the
dusty highway the weary wanderer took
from his bundle a jagged hunk of tobacco.
looked at it in a hesitatinz and uncertain
way, put it in his pocket, and started across
tbe street in tbe direction of a house from
which there seemed to emanate, as it were.
a suggestion of fried pork. Chicago Tribune.
Some Other Game.
A man with his left arm in a sling was
telling a passenger on a Fort street car what
ailed him and how it happened. Said he:
"My boy Henry hkes to go hunting, und so
last Soouday I takes my gun und goes ourlt
by der Norris road mit him to kUl some squir
rels. Pooty soon we vhas separated, und I
goes along by a thicket und Henry shoots
me mid bis shotgun."
Accidentally, of course?"
'Of course. He sees me creeping along,
und takes me for a wolf."
A wolf I Why, there isn't a wolf within
five hundred miles of Detroit."
"Dot vhas so, but Henry doan' know it un
til we comes back home. He feels werry bad
aboudt it Henry vhas a good boy, und next
time be doan' make' sooch a mistake he
efioots me for a woodehuck." Detroit Free
HOW A BULLET TRAStLS,
t.splanaiton for Its Thee ml Sunn
tthi fotir lMfl'rrent Motions.
Howard Carr, an authority ou shooting
and a gentleman well informed on all mat
lew or tiouui pertjitnuiit to the bull s eve.
nave a rviiortcr some Interesting In forma
tion oil the queer act Ions of a bullet after
Ileum discharged from the imu.h' of
A bullet, he declared, sighted for 1,0. HI
yards has three separate ami distinct mo
t ions, and in rases where the stubby ant
blunt exprvs leait is used it has four. The
first is its velocity or straight mot bin of
Journey; the sef-ond is the rotary motion
cause,! by the belt' of the nun, wlii
makes it, plow through the air, and the
third Is the trajectory motion, or drift, at
tribuUitile tii the attraction of gravity
which forces the bullet sidewavs. When
the express bullet is used it follows a line
similar to the edge of a corkscrew. The
latter is ascribable to the extra friction on
the bottom of the Ixill, which is constantly
1 had this Illustrated by placing sheet
of iaH-r forty yards apart on a level, and
the course of the bullet could he seen by
collecting the papers and laying them one
over the tit her.
A ball has a large drop w hen traveling
any great distance. For instance, take
l.iKH) yards. The bullet, if keeping the
course it originally started out to follow,
would laud a distance of over tiSi feet
above the bull's eye. Hut it starts to tlrop
immediately after leaving the mu..le of
the gun, and at lietweeu 5.V) and GOO yards
the ball is only sixty feet nlaive t he line of
the bull's eye, and a considerable distance
Mow the line of sight. At VHUl yards it
has decreased in proportion, and the aim
is only forty inches above the bull's eye,
but at .VH) yards it is over sixteen feet.
It takes nlxuit three seconds for a ball to
travel !,( yards w ith an ordinary charge
of powder behind it. Hie lirst second it
travels 1,500 feet. In the next second it
travels only three quarters of that distance,
and in the third second it travels only one
half as much as it did when leaving the
i miuie 1 tie claim nere a snort tunc agu
that a ball made more revolutions that
is, its rotary motion increased in prosr
tion to the distance it traveled as it up
prooched the target, than it did in the lot)
yards immediately after leaving the mu,
tie, anil I will explain. The friction of the
I atmosphere does not lessen the rotary mo
tion as fast in proportion to the distance it
has traveled as it does its llight tlii-ougl
the atmosphere; consciueni ly, while in
the last 100 yards the ball is only traveling
at a rate just one half of its original speed,
the rotarv mntion i just as great, ami
having more time makes mure revolu
tious. San Francisco Kvuminer.
A Neglected lilldlitrnd.
Paternal care had not yet come into fash
ion; the fashion was, indeed, the reverse
when I was a child. Thus my early years
were cheerlessly spent 111 an outlying dis
trict of Paris. At the age of 4 1 was still
there when I accidentally fell from the top
of a cuplmard and dislocated my foot. The
woman to whose care I was intrusted only
informed my family of this several months
afterward. The truth Wcame known only
when my parents sent for me to go to Peri
gord to visit Mine, do t'halais, my grand
mother, who had expressed a w ish to
me. Although Mine, tie Chalais w,w my
great-grandmother I always called her
grandmother, very likely, I think, liecaiise
that name implied a closer relationship.
The dislocation of my foot had been neg
lected too long to be remedied; even my
other foot, having had to hear alone the
whole weight of my body, had grown weak
er, and thus I remained lame for life.
That accident had a great influence over
my after life. It indeed led my parents
to think I was unfit for a military career,
or at least that in such I should labor 11:1
der great disadvantages. They were than
induced to seek for me some other profes
sion, which in their eyes would be best
calculated to serve the interests of the fam
ily, for in great families the family was
far more cared for than its niemU-rs indi
vidually, chiefly those young members
who were still unknown. These consid
erations are rather painful to my mind, so
I will not dwell further 011 them. Talley
rand's Memoirs in Century.
New Vour Observances.
A journal of Queen Aune's time tells us
that orange st-iffed with cloves were a
common New Year's gift, us was also a
gilt nutmeg. The people paraded the
streets dressed in their best clothes, inva
riably carrying a Kentish pippin in thcii
hands, or oranges.
The Jews celebrate the first day of the
month, Ti.sri, tn much the same fashion,
giving enterlitinmeuLs and exchanging
Curious cuatoms prevail in almost all
countries. Mispluian says that in Home
in his day no fare was permitted to be car
ried out of the bouse, nor any kind of iron
or brass work, and under no circumstances
could a loan h made, even to relatives.
The Persians celebrate the day by exten
sive agricultural ceremonies, as also do
the Chinese., The earth is blessed and tbe
sun invoked with great pomp. Philadel
A Klory from a Studio.
"I must tcil you a good story on a young
student in my place," said an artist whose
studio is ou 8tate street. "You mustn't
use my name, for I don't want to injure
the young man. He had expressed a wish
to make some scriptural paintings, and I
told him to go ahead. He selected for his
subject the killing of AM by Cain. On
the whole it was creditable, except for
some innovations. For instance, he had
put a sandbag in the baud of Cain, and in
the background he bad a patrol wagon
coming to the scene full tilt, drawn by a
camel. I would have triven monev to re-
........1 it ;,. HnitH ., , H,In,tM1M
and offers. Chicago Tribune.
A Memento of Slavery.
An interesting disclosure was recently
made when the organ of Vine Street Con
gregational church in Cincinnati was re
moved from the rear to the front of the
auditorium. Midway between ceiling aud
floor, on either side of the recess, were two
doors in the wall. These could only be
reached by ladders, They open into the
rooms which, in the days before the war,
were used as stations of the "underground
railway." Here fugitives from ucross the
Ohio were secreted until they could be
spirited on by night toward the waters of
Erie. Christian Union.
He Ought to Be.
A Colorado man killed a sheep and bung
it up and dressed it. He was still at work
when a mountain lion crept between his
legs, pulled the mutton down, aud al
though given a good kicking held fast and
got away. The man wasn't a bit thankful
that he wasn't taken in place of the meat.
Detroit Free Press.
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S Thornton Parker, M. I)., Keeord
Association of Acting Assistant Surgeons
of the 1'. S. Army, w rites:
" Su.k.m, M ass., March Zi, l.s'.il.
' When at Stuttgart, (icrma iy, during
the winter of lsxl 2, I was suffering from a
severe attack ol bronchitis, which seemei
to threaten pneumonia. 1 met. at the II
tel Mamuardt, Commander Iteurdsh-c, of
the I'nited States Navy. In sneaking of
my sickness, lie remarked: ' Doctor, von
can cure thut chest trouble of vours bv us
ing an A I.I C UK'S I'OKOI'H Pl.ANTKH.' 'That
may be true,1 I answered, ' but where can I
ct the plaster?' 'Anywhere in the civil
i.ed world, and surely here in fctuttgart
v nenever 1 nave a colli, 1 always use one
and hnd relief.' I sent to the drug store
tor the plaster, and it did all that my
friend had promised. liver since then 1
lave used it whenever sullerinii from
cold, and I have many times prescribed
" The Ai.i.cock's Pi.artf.r is the best to
be had, and has saved many from severe
illness, and undoubtedly, if used promptly
will save many valuable lives. Whenever
one lias a severe cold they should put on
an Allcock'h Pi.astkr as soon as possible
It should be placed across the cheat, the
upper margin just below the neck; some
hot beef tea, or milk, will aid in the treat
This is not a patent remedy in the ob
jectionable sense of that term, but a stand
ard preparation of value. The (iovcrtiment
supplies tor the u. !. Army ami Indian
Hospital Stores contain A i.li ock's Plas
ters, and the medical profession thruutfh
out the world are well aware of their relia
bility and excellence. I shall aluavs roc
omnitmd it, not only to break up colds, but
as u-eful in allaying pains, in the chest und
in the back. It is a preparation w 01 thy of
uixjict truly cupi
It la for ilia finm nf il vanpnaili anil ita
O attendants, sick-lieaiiiuilie, (soastlpa-
tion and piles, that
fTutt's Tiny Pills?
t nave uecome so ranioua. i ney actx?
gently, without griping or nausea.
A II Kit A Lit tIP I'll K INFANT V K A It.
flip the laut thli.y years or inuis lioiu the ecu
ttiry, and the tntmoiit will repiesuiit liiv lenii ul
ihe lint'. 11111. lot popiilmt.y in Itn.lvilct s stum,
aoh Hittois. I tie oin'tuun of the yii lsn;ltvlli
he tliinallred by tlie appoiuaiice of 11 itesli a
manae ol the Hitters. In lileh ihe uses, deilvs
Holland aelloli i,l Ihls wmld iilliioua uienleliie
nlli hu lucidly ait I .silt. Kvviytiodv sin. 11 a
r ad It. 1 he eaieiid ir and asinmouilcul enleiilu
II. us to be found In II.U hioohure ale nUavs
asloulslii, u y nceiiiale. and Ihe hlatlslies. tllus
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I ll y emp oy mote tha . sixty hands lu the 1110
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the tour are consumed In II. ptcpiimtloh. Il 1 101
Is' ol.talucil lih. nil cost ol all iliiiKKlsts ami
coiiliti v tit mu rs and Is primed lu i.iwllsli, Hoi
Ulan, Mencli, Welsh. Soul . iihin, s edlsh, llul
and, lit 1 1 1 ti 1 1 1 1 11 and - punish,
He ( tixltiiisly) You are hot your on 11 dour
self to ultilil, awivtheail. Shu (passlvel) ) No,
dailliiK, 1 H'li youis
An Unlr Hung tiler I tired of 1111 iiioitlon.
When dentil was h mrly exino ed iroui r'ni
iim.bi.ii, all re iio.lles havlun I111.0.I mid ir II
.lames una exHTliui iiIIiih, he aecldclilall y
iiiinle a picp.uatlon ol Indian lleiup, tthlch
cured hi. oii.y child, and now elves his roil.
roe oil receipt ol lo M imps o 1 ay ch'isc
lUnip also cures ntuht snouts, Hansen 11 1 the
slomaeh, and u III l.renk a fresh eold in Mtcnlt
four hours. A.l.lross i'raddiH'k .V l'o , III i.' Ita. e
St., Philadelphia, i'a., iiamliik this pa r.
The lazy 111.
u aims at iiothliiK, and kcncially
For throat diseases and coughs use
"iVimi'h's lironrhint Trm tnn," Price, 'J.i i ts.
tilltl lllf,V ill oOJr..
A hi rd
in Ihe hai'.d Is wor.li f 10 II ll's an
With lily's Cream Halm a child can be
treat o.l without pain ami with perfect sure
ty. Try the remedy ; it cures cat. irrh.
My son lias lieen iilllicte.l w ilh nasal on
liiri li since iiiile young. I wns induced to
try Kly's I'reani llalm, aittl before he had
used one bottle that disagreeable catarrhal
smell had all left him. lie appears as well
as any one. It is the best entail h r-medv
in the market. -J. t Ulnisleiid, Areola, III.
Oueol my children had a very bail dis
charge from her tumo. Two physician
iiresnribcd, but without benelit. Vi'e tried
Kly's ('ream Halm, and, much to our sur
prise, there was a marked improvement.
We continued using the Halm, and in a
short time the discharge was cured, il. A,
Cary, Corning, X. Y.
Apply Halm into each nostril. It is
quickly absorbed, (iivca relief tit once.
Price, .') cents at druggists' or by mail.
Ki.v Hiiorn ens,
M Warren Street, New York.
Tit GikKtA for breakfast.
Dae Ruamellne Kioto Polish: 110 dust, uo smell.
Uoth the methoj ami result l
Syrup of Figs id taken; it ia i!fttsitu
mil rerrf aliing to tho taste, and ai t?
r.ililli: x.uff i..t.II 1.a U i.l...:.
j 1. , v',ii jrvij on btiu iiittija
Mver and jtowelti, cUanws tho )t
tem eltoiaually, UisiHli culdi, La
iclies ami tevem aud cures habitus
ioiiHtipatiuii Tifriuanentlf. For aW
in jOcanil $1 bottleti by all lruggi.ii
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
lomsmu. at. iw iohk. r
Eight doctors treated me for Heart
Disease and one for Rheumatism,
but did me no good. I could not
speak aloud. Everything that I took
into the btomrch distressed me.
could not sleep. I had taken all
kinds of medicines. Through a
neighbor I got one of your books,
I procured a bottle of Green's Aug
ust Flower and took it. I am to-day
stout, hearty and strong aud enjoy
the best of health. August Flower
saved my liie and gave mc my health.
Mrs. barah J Cox, Defiance, O.
MOTIVE POWER !
UtDOIIi CO GAS and
PALMER k BEY, San Fraccisco. Cal. anil rorilaiid, or.
ANY WEAK MAIM
Who Ik Buffering, eithor la hid mind or
budy, from tljtj Injuriuns or wukulng
effectiiof JiIbowu lyiiormit f Ulfus, atmae
ami excuRiHtH can lo quickly and lmruift-
mxtfclv Giiritd. l'minrH fmo (n(!iitttfl.
DR. COLE & CO., Portland, Or.
I'hesn old Doctors imvo bud 30 yrara'
flzisirtericri In ciiriiiKlViiratn, Itlootl, Nur
vnns Rnrl Kkln IlliM.aHos. XVHIa t.(wln.v.
Reliable Remedies sent privately to any address.
IIIr ft Is th ack nnwladf
leading remedy for all i.U
unnatural ()lcharrs ai
prlvatedtsfiasfis or roso. i
certain curs for the dsfetlf
tatliig weakness pecails
to worr.f n.
I firescrlbeltand 'M1 sti
In rncommecdlof It
h i 8T0fft'R, D.,DroTathl'
Bllin By II ruvcisui
STHMA CURED Yw!sa,m!u:manVur.
COLLINS BROS. MED1C1NK CO., Ht. Louis. Mo.
Old Gold and Hllver Bought: sens' vour old Ooid
and Hllrer by mall to the old and reliable house of A
(Jeleman, 41 Third street, Han Franoisso; I will aead b)
return mall ths oaab, aooordinir to aseAy; if the amount
Is not satlrfaotorF will return sold.
A CTUM A SB' TACT'S ASTHMALENH
At) I nrlH-A5rn''"oik;i"'yiii
a-ldf we will mill trial Ulllll!tUnoTTLB rBF f
THE DR. TAfT IROS. M. CO.,R0CHLSIER,N.T.r lAbb
F Jrhwtm IriJI
Uisrsausd snl is
5l THEtMss'aHtMirAI CO
N. P. N. U. No. 4718. F. N. U. No. 548
llr. ,4miml(i I'tilNlcy
For until v tears 11 11 esli'iiniil cum 111 it 11 lot lit of
Trinity Kpi t'oonl ehnreli, Ne Inn uh, N. V.,
altta s siiys tt'l'hiiiih on In 1 1 t Hnr
itai Ilia, (s It suiteit'i! for j t in s from y weiiiu
sint stcrnfiilii sun s nil fu r faee, hea I ami
ears, 111 it k 1 1 1 M lo r ! f nenr'v 11 von r, B'ol alteet
I11K her sin lit. l'o I lio mii pi lo of her filninli
lias alD'i'ti'd a uiire nint she enu "nnv hear mil
e as ell as 01 ,r Kor full piirlli iilins ol In r
ease seiiit tor. I. Ilooii ,d ( 11., bottel , Mil s
MOOD'S PUIS ri hand m t und are port ot
In ctiiitlltlou, proportion ami appiniiuiice.
t'li res t'oiisuinpt lint, CiiiikIis, 'rttii, Knrt
Tliroivl. Soltl I7 H Ihiirnisis tin loi 04111.
Kr a l ame Suit, Us ot I h'-t Slilltih'a Pnlous
Plaslsr will k,iv tiesl ".in l.t nm. sj cents.
8HILOH8 VITALIZE R.
Mrs T. S. Hawkins, I'hntlmiiioKii. roiin .suvs:
".snlohs ilnluir'HA I t:h MY ,KK. I
cuisiilf r ir fhsfs-st rrriir.lv frtiUlUttitt if .nb'"
1 nvri'tl ' Kor isM psln, I.lveror Ivltlues
troublo It excels, l'rlce i5cts.
SH I LOH'S CATARRH
n,iv, von (aUtrilir' Try this Itomtsly. Unlit
i.llevn anil 'urn you. Prli M cla. This 1 11
jts'tor forltsiieissfUl Irtwtliietit Is f ill iil'thtsi
frtss. Hhlloh's Iteintstles aro aolJ by us 011 .1
vuuntiiteo to tflvo sutlnfai tion.
lllliil tr bnlltniM.
H alest iiip.ivi ,. Is ri ei.Kiil, .1 to tin- nii ..
e 1 pr fesshm a. the onh rtiiiuiMii .niw ln-'t
untile for tho oiire of Seiiiliuil oiik m s. 1'iiliis
I 1 tlie Hiii'k. I.isk of Moitioit. Iltslor ti, Srituua
I'rostrit luti ur itu ilist-Hst niltloit fm 11 youilo
fill liiillst'ii'tliiii. I t'llovis In 0110 or t'o ilios
)( t'liiuai tsni, rotisiliMttloii, Ptitiiltsts, Klllllt't ur
I.Ivor l iouhles. lrlrrIO. ,-e .1 o.r .1 eulnr.
st ill 1', I). l. ur oil ret elpt of pree. Aihlress
N(.MI HIKiW , lriirilst.
link I ami alirornla
UK. I'AIIKKirS Hl ltK HI (.11 I I It K.
One tloso will slim a eoiittli II nover finis.
Try It. I'rloe. .'.'1 ewtits a tmt le, I'ur sale li, all
JriiKUlsts. 1'in'l tie Coast Aaelt's,
GEO. t AHLB! NOEK a CO.. DrugiKti,
'lis Krarnr Strrvt, Nun Fr Miiels.o. ( al.
" W ' li i
Will out llry ot (lo t O
Hones, Moiit.i.iilstloiitu'. i,
tlroen 1; nt in i Km mil
tlollhlo tint 1111111I...1 uf
will tniiko t!itmi In, ,11 ff
tile will carry lint honi
sitfoly throiiKh the innlili
istrl.sl ami put tt.m
Coinllllou to ny I,, ,, , (j,,,
coiiiuuinil ll'ehlcliost pr, o
ami lll ilovclnpit your
chleks fiisbur thiiu any
Feed (irrott Tlonos and
tiso ( ii'intiniiii t kill
tho lle, nn I j.iii w 111 innlts
fifty i r e ui moro pnillt.
Heuil foi (,'ululoiiiio anl
rETALDMi INCUBATOR COHP'Y. PETALDBA. CAL
Guns for Everybody.
J '-. VH VI '." I 'La I - t ! .X.
'.r ,yaw. , '
Just received a fun lint- 01
Parker, Smith, Remington, Ithl a
Lefover, U. M. C, Etc.
The most complete stock In ths Northwest.
Hetiii & cents lu slaimis for IIJ-hiiko llliihtriilcd
93 First Htreet.
Never Falls to Give R:!M
REDI.iGTOH k CO,
m. r, AQiNTt
QDINM 4 CO,, PfOpS,
aos asj, a r.
(Trial bottle by I'.xpress prepaid ou receipt
of pi ice, Ji.ou)
The Specific A No. I.
Cnnrn, without full, all coses nf Uunorr.
lura und Ulert. no mutter of how long
sliiiiilliiR. I'revonui stricture, It lielni; mi hi
torinil ri'iutxly. Cures when everything else
has fulleiL Hold by all DruKKlsta.
sri. :t.nn. Co., Nan Jose. Cal.
ftIlllIMM"J,,.l,,,,, nablt Curttd In 10
111 III ItoitOdnya. No jmy till cured.
VI I Will OR. J. STEPHENS. Lobanon.Oh.o.
AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY
or commission, ta handle the New Patent !hem
cal Ilia Krailng Pencil. R-nts maklnir r.n nor
vtooK. iuonroe jtrnser Mamilacturliiu Co., Xato,
1 tBiK r()8B8, Wl8 ,
3 ni1if!HlShW5tHt ALi, tLSt tAILS-
J Best CiiiiKh byrup. Tantos Good.
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