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"CompJalut Is made tiuu the roads
running out. of Washington are in poor
condition. Why should not the Na¬
tional capital be t.tae centre of good
road®, and all streets and highways
in the District of Columbia be so built
2 #d cared for that they would be of
interest to innumerable visitors, and
“Doc* your wile ooject to year stny
log out so late of sights?” “A little;
but what really ntHmm hr,r wrath is for
me to como hoi ut quietly that she
doesn’t know when I got in.”— Indian
New Paper for Stamps.
Arrangements have been madeTiy the
Treasury Department with the New
York and Pennsylvania Company, the
present contractors for the paper upon
which internal revenue stamps are
- printed, by which all paper hereafter
to be manufactured by the company
for the internal revenue office shall eon¬
tain a uniform water mark. The sheets
upon which stamps are to be printed
will hereafter, when held up the long
way, contain a water marking which
shall read from left to right across the
width of the sheet as follows: “U. S.
“So that young man wants to marry
you?” said Mabel’s father.
“Yes,” was the reply.
“Do you knotv what his salary is?”
“No. But it’s an awfully strange co¬
“What do you mean?”
“Herbert asked me the very same
question about you.”—Washington
Dews on Land and Soa.
Dews are less abundant on islands
than on ships in midocean. Seamen
can, therefore, tell when they are near¬
ing land by reason of the smaller de¬
posit of dew on the vessel.
Cure Corns With Physic.
There is more Catarrh in this section of tho
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years was supposed, to be
incurable. For a great many years doctors
local pronounced it a and local by disease constantly and prescribed failing to
cure with local treatment, it in¬
curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore reqn* ires
constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh O ure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio, is the onlv constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses from
10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on
m the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
■ They offer one hundred dollars for any case
Kit fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi
■monials. Address F.J. Cheney* Co.,Toledo, O.
mL H Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
m Ex-President Harrison pays taxes in In
Ktianapolis ■eand on one hundred and live thou
f dollars’ worth of property, which is
about twenty-five thousand dollars less
than ex-President Cleveland’* tax valua¬
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 23c.
General Simon Bolivar Buckner, who ran
for Vice-President on the gold Democrat
ttichet -Lq 1896., has published an appeal to
gold Democrats to maintain thoir organi
, Fits permanently cured. No fits or ne rvous
t Hess a iter first day’s use of Dr. Kline’s G reat
Nerve Restorer. S2 trial bottle and treatise free
Dr. R, H. Kline, Ltd..931 Arch St.l Phila., Pa.
W r e think Piso’s Cure for Consumption is
the only medicine for Coughs. Jennie Pinck
I ARD, Springfield Ills., Oet. 1, 1894.
I" Charles L. HoisteiD, of Indianapolis, who
■has iator been mentioned for United States Sen
from Indiana, is a post and lives with
Karnes Whitcomb Riley.
Chew Star Tobacco—The Best.
Smoke Sledge Cigarettes.
ViamaJiel Bradford, who wanks to bo
Governor of Massachusetts, is now Govern¬
or of the Society of Maytiower Descend
I* |tion.allays pain.cures wind colic, 25c. a bottle.
ffro ubied with Her Stomach
| I Could Not Sleep-Hood’s troubled Cured. with
“About a year ago I was
rny stomach and could not eat. I wa L
nervous and could not sleep at night. I
grew very thin. I began taking Hood’s
Sarsaparilla and am now well and strong,
and owe it all to Hood’s Sarsaparilla.”
Mart Peters. 90 South Union Street,
Rochester, N. Y. Remember
K ■ Hood’s Sarsaparilla
the best-The Ons Tnio Blood Purifier.
Hood’S Pills are the favorate cathartic.
~ 57 n. U.— No. 50—’97)
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE Good. Use
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes
in time. Sold by
For asthma, bronchitis, croup, or whooping cough, there is
no remedy so sure and so safe as Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral.
This standard remedy for coughs, colds, and all diseases
of the throat and lungs, is now put up in half size bottles at
half price, 50c.
WOMEN IN BULL RINGS,
Three Females Who Butcher Bulls to
Amucs the Spaniards.
American women would find it diffi¬
cult to Imagine one of their sex in tha
arena where bulls are butchered 'to
make a Spanish holiday, but such there
are. Three pets of the bull-ring in
Spain are women—one a Spaniard, the
other two Germans. Donna Piedros,
the Spaniard, is a matador, the other*
are toreadors. It is the duty of Donna
Piedros to finish the fierce brute aftef
it has been tormented and wounded by
the others. She is a handsome woman
of 23, and has been in the bull-ring
since she was 17. When first she made
known her intention of entering the
arena there was a howl of protest, but
she persisted, and when she made her
first appearance she was , showered
with flowers. Since then she has been
in the ring once every month, and' on
several occasions has been more or loss
Injured. Great danger is incurred by
matadors when giving the quietus to
a bull, because the savage brute gener¬
ally makes a last desperate rally. In
this way Donna Piedros has been face
to face with death more than once.
Her two competitors are the Pretel
sisters, Lola and Angelica. Pretty
blondes, scarcely out of their teens,
they are brilliant and daring riders.
Their exploits in the bull-rings have
been the themes of Spanish poets, they
are the pets of the populace, and for
their achievements in the arena they
receive great financial reward. They
were originally circus riders. Their
manager, being struck with their
equestrian ability, determined to make
bull-fighters of them. He took them
to Seville, where there is a school de¬
voted to the fine art of killing a bull.
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SPANISH WOMAN BULL FIGHTER.
There the two girls killed a stuffed bull
three or four times a day until, finally
they were allowed to practice on a live
bull. From that day they were gradu¬
ated to the ring proper, and quickly
won renown by their daring.
Donna Piedros wears a divided skirt
when in the ring, while the Pretel sis¬
ters wear the regulation man’s bull¬
fighting costume. The former does all
her work on foot, while the latter two
The Litcnoss or Ulirlst.
It is not merely by watching the life
; of Christ as illustrated by Ilis actions,
or His principles set forth by His
words, that we gain likeness to Him.
There Is a strange power in personality
to affect other fidturts. The child grows
to he like one whom he constantly
watches. He rnay or may not make a
conscious effort for that likeness, hut
the likeness comes. People of larger
niaturer,.more independent de
yelopment, are often strangely drawn
by constant contact into likeness to one
mother, without so much as a thought
of the process. John says: “We shall
be like Him, for we shall see Him as
lie is.” What we need here It) see
Christ—see Him, not merely as He- was,
but as He is, and we shall find the like¬
ness taking hold upon us and fashion¬
ing us into itself.
Londoners cultivate what Is called
“week-end holidays.” They comprise
starting away with a grip on Friday
to some congenial spot on the coast
and remaining until the following Mon¬
day or Tuesday. Every Englishman
takes in addition a three-weeks’ vaca¬
tion every year. It must be confessed
that the Briton is better versed than
the American in the firt of vesting.
A woman is almost as promt of hei
mourning clothes as she is of her wed
PRICES OF WILD ANIMALS. 7
jj ecen t Quotations From Sealers Who
“What does an animal like that
This question, Superintendent Ste¬
phen says, is asked oftener than any
other by people visiting the Zoo. How
old the* animal is, what it feeds on,
would it harm a person who went into
its cage, is it a bad fighter, does it
breed in captivity?—such asked questions tha* about as
these are not niore
once where the cost is asked about a
hundred times. Bat that’s the Amer
ican of it. The annual confidential
quotation of prices of “Zoo animals”
was received from the world’s princi¬
pal and greatest animal mart, Ham¬
burg, Germany, £oo, recently, by the Cin¬
cinnati anil in view of the fact
just stated its leading features will
prove of interest, and the more espe¬
cially since figures of this kind are
rar ely got hold of by the press or
public. confidential quotations
are the following, they being net:
Female Indian elephant, six feet
high, trained to do several'tricks, car¬
ries six people in saddle, $1500; female
elephant, five feet six inches high, no
tricks, $1300; young, fresh imported
male elephants, four to five feet high,
from Burmah, $1000; females, $1100;
zebras, 5 years old, per pair, $2000,
and both broke to drive in single or
double harness; eight months’ old
zebra, male, $150, and female, three
months old $350; Nubian wild ass, 6
years old, $200; wild asses from the
Russian steppes, per pair, $900; dou¬
ble humped camels, per pair, $500;
llamas, 4 years old, per pair, $250;
Axis deer from India, per pair; $200;
Sika deer from Japan, per pair, $120;
waterbuck antelopes, 2 years old
(country not given), per pair, $750:
Bengal tigers, male) 6 years old, fe¬
male, 3 years old, per pair, $1750;
Bengal tigers, female, 3 years old,
each $750; Nubian lions, 6 years old,
per pair, $1500; Nubian lions, 2 1-2
years old, per pair, $1000; and 1 1-4
years old, $600; female jaguars, 18
months old, each $525; pumas 3 years
old, per pair, $300; Indian leopards,
male, $175 each; striped hyenas, each
$75; Russian wolves, each, $100;
young polar bears,per pair, $450; po¬
lar bears, 18 months old, $650; and
fully grown, $1000 per pair; young
Russian bears, $150; African and In¬
dian porcupines, each $40; male kanga¬
roo, $125; beaver rats, $30 per pair;
maleourang outang,7 years old,$1500.
OLD MINES REDISCOVERED,
Paintings and Carvings Antidating Jo¬
seph—Jason’s Golden Fleece.
Gold was probably the first metal
observed and collected, because of the
instinctive understanding of its in¬
trinsic value. About it superstitions
grew, religious and ceremonious rites,
and strange crimes were committed
for its possession in the days when it
was believed that it was of such stuff
that the sun itself was made and the
halls of Valhalla paved. Rock paint¬
ings and carvings in Egyptian tombs
earlier than the days of Joseph indi¬
cate the operation of washing aurife¬
rous sand, and a subsequent melting
in furnaces by the aid of blowpipes.
Less than twenty years ago the old
mines of Nubia, so graphically de¬
scribed by Diodorous, were rediscov¬
ered on the shores of the Red sea, to¬
gether with a line of ancient wells
across the desert; the underground
workings where ore veins had been
followed with the pick, the rude cup¬
eling furnaces for assaying, picks, oil
lamps, stone mills, mortars and pes¬
tles, inclined washing-tables of stone,
crucibles, and retorting furnaces of
burned tile, by which the entire pro
cess could be traced. Here slaves
and hapless prisoners of war ex¬
changed their life-blood for glittering
dust to fill the treasuries of their cap¬
tors. In India and Asia Minor the
powdered ore was washed down over
smooth sloping rocks, and gold caught
in the fleeces of sheepskins sunk in
the street, It was literally a golden
fleece that Jason brought back from
Farther north, aud following the
eastern foothills of Mount Ararat to
the southern slojies of the Ural moun¬
tains in Russian Siberia, where last
year millions were taken out of the
old mines, the ancient Scythians broke
up rock and gravel with copper imple¬
ments, scraped out the glittering dust
and nuggets with the fangs of wild
boars, and through this region miners
of today know that one of the chief
dangers to be avoided are the Scythian
pits, 60 feet deep in the gravel, and
shaped like a well. The remains of
thousands of small furnaces of burned
clay testify to the long period over
which the workings of the mines ex¬
A MOTHER’S DEFENSE.
Cat and Rattlesnake Fight Desperately—
Cat Gains Victory.
William Adams, whose home is near
Wilbur, Ore., beard a tremendous
hissing aud rattling at the rear door
of his home not long since. He knew
that a rattlesnake was doing the busi¬
ness, but the other sounds confused
him. Thinking some of his children
might be in danger he ran to the
door. The rattler was there all right,
but there were no children, But
there, militant, were three kittens of
the favorite house cat and their mother.
The four were entertaining themselves
and each other in a fi#Jit with the rat¬
tler, the mother, oif course, doing
most of the fighting.
For a while there were movements
that would have bested a kinetoseope.
The old cat bad tackled the snake by
the throat in such a manner as to pre¬
vent him striking his fangs into her
back, and the snake was making a
powerful wiggle and squirm to get
free. Its tail lashed the air like a
whip, and its black fangs shot in and
out like three-pronged lighting on a
small scale and in different color. But
kitty’s fur was up, and she was using
her feline agility and quickness for
all it was worth, so that the snake’s
venom went out into the air or settled
in the earth.
Once or twice the rattler got free,
and swift as an eel made straight for
the little ones, but the old mother cat
was too quick for the snake. She
grabbed the creature by the back,
about eight inches below the head,
and stopped its course. the
Finally, as if to put a stop to
struggle, the cat changed her grip,
sank her teeth into the round body
close to the head and held them there.
The rattler soon bowed liis head, dou¬
bled up his back, squirmed in intri¬
cate curves too many to de¬
scribe and gave up the fight. A few
minutes later it lay dead, the head
nearly severed from the body.
Naval Offlvers as Farmer*.
“Naval officers always settle in the
country when they can,” remarked a
prominent naval officer to a Washing¬
ton Star reporter. “During their
active careers, that is, during the
time they are at sea, they are neces¬
sarily cramped for room, and while
some of them on tho large modern
ships have elegant and sumptuous
quarters, there is necessarily a limit
to it. This thing grows on a man to
such an extent that the first thing he
does when he is retired, and in hun¬
dreds of cases long before retirement,
he hunts up and locates on a farm.
Three of the admirals of the retired
list, headed by Admiral Ammen, are
the owners of farms in the immediate
locality of Washington, and any num¬
ber of other officers are similarly pro¬
vided for, though their farms are not
so extensive. They seem to want
stretching room, and it will be noticed
that when they do locate they secure
big places. Their minds run into
stock and chicken raising. The offi¬
cers of the Marine Corps have been
noted for years as the owners of the
speediest horses owned or driven
about Washington, and they have been
always prominent in connection with
our racing associations and organiza¬
tions. Naval officers have been sim¬
ilarly prominent. It is different with
army officers. Their ambition seems
to be for nice houses in the cities.
The naval officers’ ideas all run to¬
ward the country. I don’t like to give
names, but I could give dozens of
illustrations to prove what I say, if it
were necessary. Take a look at the
incoming cars from any of the subur¬
ban places around Washington any
morning, and there will be sufficient
proof of what Isay.”
A Curious Pocket Piece.
A Union Pacific engineer lias a
fashion of making unique pocket pieces
for his friends. He runs a passenger
engine west, and when oiling previ
OUS to a run he drops a nickle five
cent piece into the brass oil cup on
the crosshead of the piston rod. His
run is 300 miles. When he reaches
his destination he unscrews the top of
the oil cup and takes the nickle out.
It has been metamorphosed into a
curious little button with an evenly
turned rim, within which, on the one
side is the countersunk head of
Liberty, divested of her stars, and on
the other side a V and the wreath.
The edge of the crown is as perfect as
if had been pounded on an anvil by an
The perfection of this is due to the
even vibration the coin has been sub
jeeted to. The motion of the piston
is horizontal, and it travels forty-eight
inches, back and forth, with every
revolution of the wheels. The interior
of the oil cup is round and the edges
of the nickel as it travels back and
forth in the oil, striking the sides of
the cup, are turned over and pounded
into perfect roundness, Sometimes
a nickle is left in the cup during the
round trip, or 600 miles. When taken
out it is a nickle bullet, a perfect
polished sphere. Who discove, ed this
unique method of turning the edges
of a nickel is not known, but many
engineers know of it. — Tacoma
for Water. m
There is urgent need of a simple
and reliable test for ascertaining the
purity of water. An analytical chem¬
ist gives the following directions,
which are readily understood, and can
be applied by any person of average
intelligence. “Fill a clean bottle
three-fourths full of the water to be
tested, and dissolve in the water half
a teaspoonful of the purest sugar-loaf,
or granulated will answer, cork the
bottle, and place it in a warm spot for
two days; if at the end of this period
the water becomes cloudy or milky, it
is unfit for household use. If on the
other hand it remains clear and fresh
looking, the probabilities are that it is
at least approximately pure and ilt for
all domestic purposes.
Lovemaking in the Western metro¬
polis, according to the Chicago News.
“I’m a plain,' everyday business
man,” said Meritt, “and I am nothing
if not practical. Miss Wisely, will
you be my wife?”
“I admire your frankness, Mr.
Meritt,” replied the fair object of his
affections, “because I am inclined to
be rather matter of fact myself. How
much are you worth?”
Dr. Carri, an eminent physician of
the City of Mexico, has recently per¬
formed a surgical operation declared
to be without a parallel. Namely, h<j
successfully saved the life of a man
who had the larger carotid artery, on
the aide of the neck, completely sev¬
ered. The patient lost a large amount
of blood, but bas now recovered en¬
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JULIUS HINES & SON,
Please mention this paper.
Suits the Tailors.
Felix Fame's tailors made a good
thing out of the St. Petersburg visit.
It rained every hour of the President’s
stay in Russia, and consequently his
eight dress suits and twelve silk hats
were all ruined. When the reception
at Dunkirk was given M. Faure on his
return home he had to wear a “pressed
suit,” but that did not so much matter,
for there again it also rained in tor¬
ments. As ho always is the pink of ele¬
gance, this continued annoyance must
have been as hard to bear as for some
fine lady out in a downpour, minus an
umbrella and no money for a cab.
Revival of Old Jewelry.
The old style jewelry is coming into
fashion again. Women are haunting
the old curio shops, trying to find the
beautiful old cameos like those worn
by their mothers and grandmothers
years ago. The old-fashioned setting
is rarely changed, the quaintly carved
and twisted gold being considered ex¬
tremely beautiful. Tlio old brooches
and rings are especially sought for,
and bring remarkable prices when
Tlie man who whistles seldom
swears; it is the people who are com¬
pelled to listen to him that do the
IIow to Wash With Care.
Hard water, strong lye, or inferior laundry
Boap are responsible for the yellow clothes
seen in many households. To wash properly,
fill a tub nearly full of hot water, put the
white clothes in first, rub with Ivory Soap,
scald, rinse and starch. When dry, sprinkle
and fold down over night and iron carefully.
Eliza R. Parker.
Trees and Vines become
hardier, and their products bet¬
ter colored and better flavored
when liberally treated with
fertilizers containing at least
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ter, picture I send,
It. Some Dealers try to
“j * force “Zhilin’s Regu¬
lator” on me, hut I el«
ways return it.
Flooding is always an annoying and sofflEi*
nenstrual discharge is natural, vaginal itrisso grad
ial that it is by prevented mixing with from the coagulating, secre- while
n this disease, clots arc often
Vhere there i3 a tendency to costiveness,
axative doses of l>r. M. A. Simmons Divor
Medicine shonld be taken, and to give tono
md strength to the pelvic organs Dr. Sim.
nons Squaw Vino Wino should be used
:ontinnousiy for weeks, to cSoet a penna
Dublin, Tex., writes:
-p Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine has
saved many lives in
-gs, 3 this malarial eoun
mr; try. It prevents Bii
ions Malarial In¬
termittent Fever It
a.: my system without
any pain, while the
“Zeinn’s “Black Regulator” Draught”
and in bowels
[ used caused great uneasiness ahead of them
md griped. I think it as far
ib noonday I s ahead of midnight .
iitiated ts cansed^fy'disordered^nerTOna blood, uterine derangements, system, dis¬
placement of womb, completely excessive incapacitates menstrua
ion, and often
offering women for anything except snffer
□g untold agony. For relief back of pain and apply hips.
Joths wet with hot water to
’or permanent cure take Vino one tablespoomul Wine before
Jr. Siminona Squaw and during
•ach meal for three days before
he monthly period, and each night during Sim¬
lie period take a dosa of Dr. at. A.
mons Liver Medicine, and cure is certain.
Keep Vo nr Eyes Open. Some men for
taoney we learn are trying to deceive tho
public, with a preparation called “Black
Draught,” M. telling L. the M. people The “it’s just the is
jalse. iame’tas There A. is S. none genuine statement without tho
Dame, Picture and Aatograph of Dr. M. A,
^ Double r d|r Breech-Loader 7 —| m
Guns and Rifles from $2 to 850. Re-QffllflL r , iKi , OT
voivers, 70 cts, up. Knives, Razors,
Seines, Tents, Sporting Goods of al! kinds.
Send 3c stamps for 75 page Catalogue and V \ p>
save 25 per cent. 490 W. Main St.
ALEX.L. SEMPLE & CO. lOlbSViUE, Klf.
Rice’sQoose * TETJE, Grease iMnen? #
Is always sold under a guarantee to cure all
aches and pains, rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, bruises and burns. It is g,l$o warrant
ed to euro than colds, croup, coughs e-rad la gripp#
quicker Sold any by all known druggists remedy. No cure
no pay. and general
stores. Made only by GOOSE GREASTS
LINIMENT CO., Greensboro. N, Q.
SpBEBSgPfc H 'a. A packaged- flrval Rerardy letitspeak Discovered, for itself. fiend fora Postaeeoc. PRrtJ
Ill Us « Ills.
0 DK. S. PEKKEY, Lliicago,