The Florida weekly advocate
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00019

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THURSDAY" SEPTEMBER 29, 1898. NO. 72, :

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Death of Mrs Heiber jer. What, 20 Cents Will Dp. '
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r months Mrs. ,R. C. .Heiberger By sending the=above amountto

!PECOlilR.. The Detroit Free 'Press,
PEBSOflitlPESTlHm i died at' her home on Call street

: Sunday night at. lOr o'clock. Detroit Mien., they will send F"T1CATORIA

HER BANNER STILL WAVES. The deceased had lived for you The Twice-a-Week Detroit

this county, Free Press, from date of receipt Children.
,m : For Infants
To the friends of the,ADVOCATE : many surrounded by a family of I of your order until-January 1, I>oimrmi nnHiiiiuninniiinniniiimiinninimiiinuniniiui'.umrt-1 .
being: '
: several! children who had "lived 1899. .TJiis} ,special reducec1.rae The Kind You Have
Appreciating the. generous is given to introduce the paperto
her blessed.
arid l loved to call
>upport given our efforts to give new readers., The T wiee-
with an- Bought
She watched daily Always
Bradford county a live news- children' si-W.eek Free Press. is a clean, ,
over her auatirnrl'orAsslmflatingteToolandRe
indefinitely xious care -
paper, we have secured, up-to-date family newpaper,
utast -
the contract of the AD : and'mother's was ever loving'ready conns to give l. In y and everyone' should takt:; ;'Bears theSignature

VOCATE. ,ad vantage.'of: this special} offer; 0
her death the community

The 'news service of the past! sustains the severe loss of. :, The greatest value ever offered -:.__._..
two months is.a sufficient guaivanty and the for 20 ('eHt '. Send in your PromotesTiestionChectful.nessandBestContains -
influence :
citizen's ;
of the kind of newspaper good order ndttrerOpiumMorphin of
at once.The
I influence of .
I readers. family the staying, nor HinciaL
promise our
we "
for the a loving mother. Luke Side and Theresabase :
Thanking 'the public
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of the past Mrs.] 'Htibe1"! el' was laid to I i hall nines crossed. bars on
generous, \ cemetery Tuesday diamond last Sat- zcvraansueJimbIao;
rest, in Crosby the Theresa .
two months and earnestly ,soliciting I Jai'RaIdk

a continuation of the afternoon. The fnn..ralservices .1:1V.YhtII.. the' ;. game was j jliuished I J -

for service, were: conducted at her the score stood: 13 to 3i 44NJ. 9J TheKind
same we. are yours: < n r.mtMIJ1
late home, 'Rev. Dr. IIol man in 'favor of Lake Side. I IIlo'i. / .#
officiating.Mrs. Robert W.. Davis spoke!S Sin flIDtf;::
]leaves a husband I i
the Court House to a large Remedy forConstipa
Owing to moving our plant four children and< a lurgenumber audience here| lion Sour Stornach.Diarrhoca, t

to more. convenient quarters., of friends :to mourn :'ud attentive I Worms,Convulsions,Feverishness -
; You Have
we come out this week ahead (of Monday night. His speech nndLoss.4FSLEEP..
her death., delivered'and he made
time and with. reduced size.: was well : TacSinule Signature or I

Next week we shall come out tpjite an impression on the h

on time.and* full grown in size. Mr. R. S. Adams,1 of Comi- j large crowd present., 'L, NEW YOHK.EXACT Always o uL0L8. .

any M, came home on H 30-davs.
Starke's trio of cotton gins turlough, Monday. :Bob hud Mr. N. D. IIagn llltl died at

are running on full 'time now. been j rick; with Malarial fever his home in North Starke Fri- RIA

>fr. J. \\%; Sydboten. \'isiterelat --- I Ii Mr. Hagamaii was

\'es.at Lake City'Sunday.Mr. :. wanted or C j :;0\,1 picture : tat elMTAUN.0.,....",. MCWTOUK CITY.
i 70) years (.if age and has been iut '; ...;r;,";;"' ,., )i;. ;:....::... ,'-,:, : : ,". J : ,
nhd steady
agents. pay
and Mrs. It. ''T. Richard this State for several 'eHI'I5'1
i work. '' Address ,[. S.-13., I
of Waldo, 'were in town Mon Post Office., He leaves :t \vif and one child =-; _:: .

day." J. ... :" w'. f. ,. I and- a host of, frre'iiHs.to riutlrncis j '

r d it at.h.. His remains Were !; CANDY \ ..

The Bradford County High Mr. Arden Crosby wishes tosay sent to NewYork, for iulermeiit. I

j School opens here -next 'Mon .that his meat marketill I CATHARTIC

1'{ day. be open iri a few days; acid he \ "e wish to "make ;) special

will be prepared! to Serve to th- '11P' 1in of the [,alidbo.ile cj'.ske : ,
( B. Powell of Jackson-
t jr Mr.Jj.' < public} lira class; meats. '. in which lIN. D. 11l' :\;.-
ville; visited his family here ,
-- --- tnkeiijnorth CONSTIPATION
Saturday.Mr \tnnau's (; nainn were CURE

---- in. The casket was: ii--
ald: Mrs., S. D. Hanford, I. --r--- 1.\ with black!:! broad cloth and Irk ALL

of Green Cove Springs. were in NOTICE TO APPEAR.Is vas beauiifully: onninentpd 25: SOc DRUGGISTSi5rb ...
COURT 6 DI '- N. W. IIAC'K1'T'f;
the city Monday.. TRICT. BltADFOKUOOCST-V J V n. with silver triinmiiiirs.: It cositvo

FLORIDA. 1 ;R. JOHNSON. hundred and fifty "doljaip) ; ,
To It.Jon sos:
Tire Fall term of Court will You are notit1ed that suit has been institute"
against you tn my court by N. W.,Hackett fo ii'l was furnished l hy J.V.. A CRITICAL TIMS '
convene 'here commencing the hum ot 10.00.. Now unless you shall ente J
before me at my office it this If. "
I your appearance Ho !lgCS of city. as
October the 10th. |( Starke Fla.. on or before October 3rd. D1*
,! riflement fault will. be given against you by de-. 'the,tiu,?t casket tltt; we have FOR THE During the Battle of .

Mr. F. H. Eltnore Auditorfor I K. GEO. A.GARDINIR.J.-.-mn District.. I ever seen in :JStarke.SlOO S RRJOURNAL Santiago*
Bradford County.Fla. ,
the A., S. R. & G. R'y., I SICK OR WELL A RUSH

was in town Friday. REWARD., 100. THE HEW DAILY PAPER, i NIGHT AND h AY.The .

Dr. E. L. Stwart and familyleft I'lie readerK of- this pap"rviII bt I And Svt 40 IVrCent.Yearly Packers at the Battle of'Santiago de

Miss Emma, Tenant, of Saturday for New York plt'1lsetl to barn that t wi'e is all uba were all Heroes. Their[ Heroic Efforts

Brooker, was visiting relativesin where= they will visit: until about Vast; oiu1 dreadnd, disease that (By Mail) -' 5.JJ( Co Gettiig Amnnltici and Rations to .the
Sl'i.1 Six Months 8.00 (iFront Sued the day. -
the city :Monday. October the 20th.VhiJe -slice hap been able tf> cut in

there the Doctor will take another Jts Rinses and that i is CutarIi.lroar's .Thrt-H Months 1.50 P. E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3

Lieutenant A V\. Long of the [ Catarrh 'Curw is talk only One Month .50 writing from Santiago, De Cuba,
of lectures
course on Invariably] In Advance. on July 23d, says : "We all badrliarrh..oa
M. returned Ito positive cure now known to fair
Company treatment of the, eye, ear nose in more or less violent

Huntsville Saturday.Mr. and throat. medical fraternity. Catarrh being i T. ',,11 who subscribe Now a reduction form, and when we lei ded We had

J a constitutional disease, requires -. or FORTY VKK C..,\'f. will bf Ill) time to see a doctor, for it was
of constitutional: treatment. ji cage of rush and rush day' and
Starbird one a Il1tH1.'
., Percy ,Discovered by a Woman \
citi- Hall's catarrh Cure is taken iuter- Tiiis offer will hold gaud ONLY for night to keep: the troops supplied
Lake Butler's prominent Another great discovery has been the FIRST ONK THUt'8A51) ".:liI flib- with amunition and rations, but

zens, was on onr streets Friday. made, and that too, by a lady in naly blood, and acting mucous directly surfaces upon of tha the -criptItH'tot received, after which untt.'ductfuui thanks to Chamberlain's Colic,

fastenedits ( will be made. and diarrhoea Rf'medyfe were
this clutches country her and for seven system, thereby destroying the' No free 'Ji.t under any circumstances. able to keep at work: and keep our

Mf. G. W. Clyatt, one of she withstood'upon its, severest foundation of the disease, and giving health; in fact I cenc'rely believe

Providence's prominent citizens !years tests, but her vital :organs were' the patient strength by bmld- The SAVANNAH:; JOURNAL will : that at one critical time this medicine -
the indirect savior of
be Democratic, Fearl 's, Indepeudent was
Satur- undermined and death seems constitution and
was on our streets iug up the assisting if thA had
imminent. For three months she and will stand for the Interests our army, for packers
nature in doing its work.
unable work there would
been to
day. coughed incessantly and could ofthe City of Savannah the County
The proprietors have so much faith 1 have been no of getting -
of way supplies
not :sleep. She finally discovereda of Chatham and the State Georgia.
Mr. A: M. Ackerman, book- way to recovery by purchasing in curative powers, that they The SAVANNAH JOURNAL te the front. There were no

keeper for the Atlantic Lumber of us a bottle( of Dr. King's New offer One Hundred DOllars for 1>e essentially a X 'VSI'sper and will roads that a wagon train coulduse.
and had
Discovery for Consumption, and that it fails to cure. print the NEWS without fear or favor. My myself
Company; was in the city Sat- any case the good fortune.to lay in a sup-
much relieved taking
was so on Send for list of Testimonials
of this medicine for our pack-
urday. all ADDRESS, ply
first dose that sho slept night;
; F. J. CHENEY & CO. left and I
Address train before we Tampa,
has been ab-
and 'with two bottles, PUBLISHING CO
Beavtr b Blood Deep. I solutely cured. Her'name is Mrs. Toledo, 0. JOURNAL. ., know in four cases it absolutly
Clean blood meant a clean skin. No Luther Lutz." Thus. writes. W. Sold by Druggist, 75 cts.Hall's SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. saved life
,Candy Cathartic ,
beauty without it Cascarets The above letter wix written to
clean your blood and keep it clean, by C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. Family Pills are the best. of fhis medicine -
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities C. Trial bottles free at J. L. Gas- C.A.STOD..A.. ; the manufacturers
from' the body. .Begin today to size The Kind roc HOT Always Baug1IBl&um. 'the Chamberlain Medicine
banish pimples, boils, blotches,blackheads kiD!! 'Drug Store. Regular The ADVOCATE office for first Bears the Ct')., Des Morns, Iowa. For sale
taking bottle .
and that sickly bilious complexion by 60c. and $1.00. Every ,,-# _
caretl-bUuty for ten cents. All drug- class Job work. et _, .. I by J. L. Gaskins.
gixts,satisfaction guaranteed lOc 25c,50e.I guaranteed. .

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RECORD. 'THE. NNiSTLiNG' BOY: ' TEE LEVY COUNTY '. I II' University of.Alabama.
I \ ed a child trundle a hoop past us.
\ red."Well 'lit is to note that the-
r H ::: j Is there'a' sound In the world"so'sweet; ," he remarked, tolerantfy, '"it She uttered 'a "littlecryj. that'sank' ,gratifying
trustees of State
i Published Every Friday atBRO.NSONJ on a dark hnd dreary morn,- : is not exactly usual, but it's a pretty into 'sobbing laugh. Then -she sat endeavored our to the University have of

When, fhe gloom without meets the dea-'Ightens the attraction of the .'down beside- meand put one of the place advantages
-- that institution
within the reach, or
7 T '' R ORIDA. gloom within, till we wish we'd I not gem, ,makes the lady see tbe present hands.I hope to hold when death beck-;' '

.,... --- -- --------'V -. --...,.,; been born.. : from two points of view. ons me down the last, dim turning ''of in every the ambitious, 'Slate reducing, aspiring young the fees.man '

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR., barefoot "Hardly 'an advantage. sometimes," life's roadinto mine.'
As the sound of a little boy
One hundred and
dollars and
...- y- '" ., ".. 'gayly, whistling In the rain, i ,' observed, "but can you do it?" 'I trust she will make you a good thirty
J. FRANCIS RIDLON, Editor & PebO hcr 'Well I gravely..'' : Well ,fifty cents will defray.all necessary expenses '-
As he drives the cows to pastures yes, should think, he replied wife, she said And- for .
a year, including board, .
green, down the path in the muddy condescendingly. .i surely man .born of woman can guess ;
lodging etc. The is-
laundry faculty
From all the telegraphic talk about lane? '! "Then get It done and I shall stand the rest.-London Black and White ,
strong and able. The equipment is- ..
mules in the campaign pne is: forcedto the racket," ,I answered magnificently.He extensive and admirable. The loca- "

think that the humble kicker is to The jqy of a: boy'is a funny thing, not hurried away to effect the-alter- ONEY IN*,SQUAB RAISING.\ tion is beautiful and healthful. Wherein .
the army what coal islto the navy dampened by autumn ,rain; : atlon, his place' being taken by a bald all the land can such facilities be-'

1 His clothes and his hands and his leaded salesman who wore spectaclesand Ho hey Are Produced In Michigan for the had for so little money?"-Tuscaloosa-
sturdy feet are not spoiled by,;grimeor talked to me' over tbem'sootbIng- II Times.

When Daniel Webster I was speak-. stain; ly, as one would to a person of weal! Eastern Markets. President Jas. K. Powers (University -

Ing once in Fanenil Hall, it was The world:'to,him is a.wonderful place intellect while I, formulated plraj frues-" il Is The located only about squab three farm miles in Michigan south of Alabama,) will be glad to send,

that he'means some day to ,explore; schemes and_asked him puerile
with'men close-
thronged standing so Grand Haven. Squabs are? young catalogues on request.IN
tions his\own.
with equalling
If there's time to play and plenty to
ly together that some)were taken off eat who cares if'the leavens pour? When, I left the' shop I headed doves, or pigeons, and are esteemed

their feet and there was ,danger of a straight for Bloomsbury square,but remembering great delicacies in epicurean and midnight AFTER-YEARS.

panic. As the crowd) surged to and Ob, that cheery trill of a heart asfreshT that she might be just then' 'luncheon circles. There are sev- [n after years, when age has taught .
eral large squab farms In the east. The heart to shield Itself by thought .
clear the'air occupied by domestic, duties, decidedto ; ,
the that ,
fro Webster thundered "Let ,as : drops
every When life's
and but highway seems more
one near Toledo the'only one secure
call later in the day. Even the ringIn
stand his feet" Each 'Brings a smile to,our lips, and :clears at And Idle dreams cease to allure,
man on own .J in Michigan, so far as known, is
the soul of the gloom that brooded: my pocket gave me no additional ih, then'perchance the joy we sought
one braeed up in his! own place and there courage, and presently, I began to Grand ,Haven, and It is conducted by Will come to us. In vestments wroughtOf
; F. J. Bernreuther. He several wisdom, patience- -and nangh ,.
was for peace
the panic was over. "That, said And we' bless the boy as he spats think it was not quite royal enough. But bllssfulness shall then endure,
floorwalker in largedry-
Webster lln rates' the American, ,along ., through rivers, of rain. and Edging my way to Regent's Park I years a In after years. -
bunted,, out a quiet spot and sat down goods store. His health failed, and
idea of self-government. The illus mud, five he took, [f friends depart if hopes are brought
.that to examine it at leisure". If was, glorious years ago up squab rais- ;
in whistled
For the hope and cheer To nothingness: if battles fought /
tration is to affairs to- side issue to ;
pertinent our Ing. It was originally a
still, but somehow not so glorious -
note would rainbow the sky in End In distress, and griefs immure
day. Every man standing on his feet, a flood. I as I would have wished, and I, his floorwalklng but he now devotes The heart and will-then seek the cure

and all.steady" together.will make our Celia S., Berkstresser ''In Ladies'Home was actually questioning the wisdomof most of his attention to it. His farm That time may bring,.nor fear you aughtIn
comprises about ten acres of land, but years.
my choice when an approaching
nation invincible. Journal.
footfall made me close the case. It only a small portion of this is given to .
J was light, though firm,. and the everlasting he squab industry the rest being HUMOR, OF THE DAY. I_

Says the London Chronicle: "Ad- Glove.I flint would have'worn well beneath : planted to wheat and corn, which "They don't have near the fun they l

miral Dewey's interruption of the Tna Bing and me it Something, more of the intellect forms the staple diet for the old doves. did when I was a boy." "You mean ,

battle of :Manila bay to give his,crews than of the sense, made mb look He has a big cage, of woven wire.It fou don't.-Detroit Free Press. _

and I her. is 80 x 120 feet, and 20 feet high the pedestrian has the
the breaking their fast up, saw "Anyway,
opportunityof felt like Cortez upon a memorable
The sensation of being shot through and the doves are kept confined by law on his side." "Oh, of coursebut
recalls onr.own 'glorious 1st of June, occasion when the jeweller's glass the sides and
he heart has not, I believe, received he :wire netting on he has the wheelman on his neck.-
when Earl Howe, before he gave door swung behind me, and, marchingup adequate literary expression, those above. On the north side of the cages Indianapolis Journal.
to the counter I asked for ring.
the French such off a i a long, low building, in which the "
a who experience it being usually preoccupied -
"One to remove wet paint,
"A ring, sir? said the attendant, a doves house. The roof has a way
Ushanthove to for an hour before attacking Cockney to his finger tips. "What at the exact moment with keep wind break. says the Frogtown Kid, "is to lean up
other matters but I think I. know southern exposure a it in clothes.-
; against Sunday
to of his men'forti- your
permit sort of a ring? themselves. .
and here the doves sun
what it means. She stopped and we Record. .
fying themselves for the coming "An engagement ring," said I valor- The building is divided by partitions
gazed at each other. She was in deep
Tourist uW aiter two
fight with good meal-a which, ously. Into rooms about ten feet square. Hungry eggs,
a pause black, but the pallor had gone from "
please! Boil them four minutes.
"What size,sir? demanded the man, three
caused much conjecture in the mindsof her oval cheeks. She made a half tentative These rooms are banked up on Waiter "Yes sir be ready in half
docketing me mentally"Five sides, tier above tier, with small boxes ;
the astonished French. It has bow. I sprang to my feet. second sir." Tit-Bits.
and a half, I replied, thinkIng and these boxes are the nests,
"I to I cried,
am so glad see
been the Anglo-Bason way to fight, if of, the glove. "because-I want to restore you somethingyou where the eggs are laid and the youngare Teacher-"What advantage had the

possible, on a full stomach. Wellington '''That's rather an unusual size," he forgot in the restaurant :yestera hatched and grow 10 be squabs. old Greeks over us, Hans?" Hans

once said that if ever he wanted an remarked 'rubbing one eyebrow,' "un- few weeks ago" The partitions and boxes extend upward (drawing a long breath)-S They did

less it's a bangle: the lady want's""I'm to the eaves of the building, and not have to learn Greek.,"
Irish or a Scotch regiment to reach a "How kind of you'she said, coming -
not sure: that she, wants It at above the space is open from end to "Is your new traveling man enter

particular point by a certain hour all all," I murmured, producing the little near. "but I end allowing free passageway for the prising?" "Enterprising? That man
"Oh, not at al, I replied; '
he had to do was to promise th e formera sandalwood-scented bit of silk; "but hope were not inconvenienced. I doves, and a roosting place for those could sell a carved-ivory card-case to
drink on getting to its destination, that is the size, I think. should have sent it but I-I didn't. not busy with domestic duties. an'elephant."Chicago Record.

the latter its pay; but that the corre- "Ob-it's the size of the lady's 'and," I put my band In my breast pocket After the two pretty white eggs are Rigby-"Did you fire your cook?"

bait to battalionwas ie observed with mild toleration, unrolling hurriedly and extracted my bandkerchief aid, the male takes his regular trickof Digby"No; she fired herself." .

sponding an English It. ""Well sir, ladies'- fingers which in turn brought to lighta sitting on them during the twentyone Bigby-"French leave?" Dlgby .

a good dinner of roast beef.". vary In girth, :and it's more usual to sheaf of letters and memoranda I days of incubation, and when the "No; gasoline."Brooklyn Life.

fit them with a piece of cardboard; hatched he does his full
hook out at her feet like a skillful young are She-"I made this cake for you,
.Canada has a population, of 5,000 but we'll go ,our best." share toward feeding them. Four "
conjurer. Then I tried the other pocket dear, all by myself. He-"Do you
000 (against 1,000,000 ,in 1840)), witha "Could" not the member be recon- but vainly. "It's a glove,' I said. weeks after the young birds are mean to tell me that you had no ac
stituted? I asked impressively.That hatched they become marketable as
total trade of $250,000,000 (against weakly, gathering up my belongings, complices-Cincinnati Enquirer.
'- knocked the conceit out of him; squabs. The birds are in full feather
"one of yours, don't you know. Teacher "What became of the
$25,000,000 in 1840)), and with a na- he stared at me helplessly.: 1 "1 recollect missed it," she said but not yet able to fly. A fast of "
children of ?
tioual revenue of nearly $40,000,000 "Fill it with powder or something," twenty-four hours is the prelude to Agamemnon Pupil
coldly. (after mature deliberation-"I think
(against $700,000 in 1840)), which in- I explained. ; "But the cab went so quickly," I the flight into the dove heaven. This they're dead by this time.HarlemLife.

It took him five minutes' self-disci fast is imposed not to make them .
until I find
habits a dominion of seven regularly or- pleaded; "ab, do sit down .
pline to grasp the startling novelty, meek in spirit but to clear their cropsof \
.gauized and an immense ter- It." Mamma "Oh dear! I
provinces Jimmy
food. Then a sharp knife point tdon't
but[ he did direction
andmder my She did so. I was in a gentle pers-
Tit&ry now in ,course of development, filled the third finger sheath 'wIth opens a vein in their throat and as believe you know what it is to

from Manitoba and Ontarioto piration. the life blood oozes out the bird'sbrief be good." Jimmy-"Yes I do, mam- 4
stretching late powder, which I rammed home "Pray do not take so much trouble,
closes with a flutter. ma. It's not doing what you want to
British Columbia,whose mountains with my pencil-case. Then, producing she murmured plaintively. career do."Truth.
. While the flesh is still warm the
a miniature calliper, be'took measurements "Hurrah I have it," I cried, and I
Pacific ,
washed the !
are by ocean. This and began to search his extracted the wisp of silk from my feathers are plucked out, the, crop is Teacher (to class)-"In this stanza,

dominion embraces an area of 3,519 it washed out, and the denuded body is what is meant by the line, 'The shades
scintilating stock, displaying 'a reverent watch pocket, where I had thrust
'000 square miles, including its watei familiarity most impressive to be- leaving the shop. thrown into a tub- of water to cool. of night were falling fast?' Bright

surface, or very, little less than the hold. Cleopatra, how they dazzled! on"So kind of you," she observed, taking The next day it is packed in ice for Scholar-"The people" were pulling
shipment. The squabs, dressed for down the blinds.
area of the United States with Alaska, Pearls, rubles, emeralds, diamonds-- it. Then the powder ran out over
F each challenging the admiration but market, weigh about half a pound; Greene-"You don't mean to say
or a region measuring 3500: miles from her dress. and the great market for them Is New tell wife everything d?"
checking the desire b'y the: narrow completely you your:
east to west, and 1400 miles from parchment slip attached setting forth "How stupid I gasped and retaking, the York. This city consumes very few Gray-"Hardly that. But I tell -her

north to south The magnificent val the price. Two hundred dollars, $300, demoralized now, until I had of them. There is only a small demand a great many things I don't do."- ,
It vigorously
glove I shook for them in Detroit, and Chic i
ley, through which the St. Lawrence $500, it was a ,charmed place, where miniature dust storm. She Boston Transcript.
created a big and metropolitan as it Is, Is I If
liver flows from the lakes to the ocean, money lost its everyday signlficai.se, sneezed. I devoutly wished that the ago, market Almost the entire "Papa, when a horse laughs he kicks
for what man of spirit would be content accomplished a poor up his heels, doesn't he?" "I guess
is the home of energetic lying machine was an New
now prosperous, product of Bernreuther goes to f "
to offer the, girl of his heart a so. "Well, old Bill has just laughedat
and intelligent communities, one fact. York, and the shipments average
thing costing a miserable tenner when I muttered wofully, fort Bennie. Won't you come out and
"It's ruined,
four dozens week the
three a
5 of which was founded nearly three close beside it twinkled a rose dia- piebald ap- or year carry him in?"Truth.
certainly presented. a round. The squabs command from
centuries mond worth a king's ransom? I felt Brown-"That's a handsome umbrella -
ago. pearance. $1.50 to $3.50 a dozen, and there is
---1---- almost pauperized, recollecting that I She smiled. I sat down saying desperately money in the business. you've got there, Robinson."
had only $400 available. "Yes ,Brown." "About what does it
The American school, teacher is bet- : The best breed of doves for squab I ,
"Now, sir, what do you think of "Would you allow me to keep it? purposes is the homing pigeon. ThisIs t cost to carry 'an umbrella like that?"
ter off than other. In Italy con "
any Robinson-"Eternal
this? asked the shopman patronizingly The thing Is of no use now. not due to any particular delicacy i vigilance.

ditions connected with the schools as he displayed an opal changeful answered quietly, but An artist asked "Is
"Why? she of the flesh, but to the fact that homers 'I being sculpture

have become such that the bettet as the shifting sunlight on a misty the voice was low. } are the best breeders, are diligentin difficult?:' answered: "Why, bless

sky. "It's exactly the lady's size, of that happy day," no! You have to have
classes have taken the matter up with "To remind me properly caring for the eggs during you only a

a determination to reform them. In- making allowances, for, of course she I replied, shying. the incubating period, and keep their I block of marble and chisel, and knockoff

won't want to wear it over 'er glove." "Indeed? I 'am glad you think of young well fed. But the squab far I all the marble you don't want.-

vestigation has brought some deplorable "Are not opals unlucky?" said I,: en- It as a pleasant one," she said graciously mer does not run much to fancy stock. Tit-Bits.

facts to light. For: instance, out deavoring to decipher the price. : "1fr. Turnbull was declaiming Just plain ordinary doves are good Watts--"They say it costs $7000 for

of 50,000 schoolrooms, 20,000 were "Oh, we don't hold with'such superstition I all the way back in the cab. lie enough. They bring out ,six to ten every man killed in battle." Petts-

reported to be in "tolerable" condi- ," replied the jeweller, loftily, seemed_ prejudiced against you." broods a year, each of two doves, and I "Thatis, away too much. Why, if a

tion only, while 30,000 "do not, deserve -! "but they do say one will keep 'you, "He maybe described as a man who often eggs are in the nest for ,a new man will hire a good lawyer hd can

from being poisoned.' means well," I observed severely. "I hatching oefore the preceding brood'has kill a whole family for that much."-
to be called of ed
places public "Then I shall leave It for the next hope he said something actionable." developed to the squab age. The Washington Star.

ucation." In thirty-one provinces the rich widow," I .answered. "But what "Oh hardly that' she answered doves usually rest two months in the I Observing Brother-"Mr. Smith is

teachers are never regularly paid, and is the cost of this?" laughingly; "but lie seems to have year, but as there is no.rerogn'Ized.season down stairs waiting for you." Sister

large sums are owed to them, which I alluded to an emerald set amid changed his opinion lately. Your name i ,for resting the market can.be 'I' Gladys-"Oh, is that so? I wasn't

they see no prospect of getting; 348 pearls, which I already saw guttering happened to come up in conversation supplied the year round expecting'a caller this evening." Ob-

I on the loveliest hand In the world. today and he said- *' serving Brother"Did think he
communes owe their ;1045 teachers you
i He extracted it with a .silent respect She paused! a sudden flame leaped The Paris Bill Poster. I was dead?"-Truth.

312,000 lire ($62,400)) arrears of salary. he borrowed eagerness sand into her cheeks.
from ,
my 1 The bill poster of Paris is a more She-"1 see poor Senator Lock is
The mass of the'people, whose children 'madea, measurement while I watched I "What did he say?" I demanded, tryIng picturesque personage than his brother t dead." He-"I didn't know there was

should go to the schoolstake nc him, my heart beating madly. The to look away. of New York. lIe plies his trade In any, Senator' by that name." She-

inferest in them whatever., Communal) size was exactly the' same; the price- "He said you were an honorable' all winds and weather, and he is nothing "Oh, but there was! I read only.
but that Is a detail. I d'ecided'upon It roan," she replied. the point of her parasol '
and political squabbles *absorb themto daunted by an assignment of a terday'how: the Senate .adjourned on
The shopman thanked me'' perfunctorily tracing' IC -side4 t Isosceles .triangle ,
I ? bleak suburban district on a rainy account: of a dead Lock."
the exclusion of everything else,and and I leaned against the 'counter, in the dust, "but?' '

the rising generation is left to rise feeling like one who had received a "Ah, there is much virtue in that day.He ties his posters-incased in a been"You a say miserable that your married life has

without the aid of schooling, or, great favor. But when I fumbled in but,' I observed bitterly! waterproof cover-across his bad Wasn't it because disappointment.
didn't the
though attendance is nominally compulsory my pocket for the notes' and heardtheir' That you ,ought' to settle down, He fastens on his paste pot He right woman?" "I you marry it because
and suppose was
children crisp crackle my confidence' returned she' continued, tossing her head mounts his bicycle. Then, he opens :she did not
for all between sand marry the right
and then as I, watched the rising his umbrella-for; he is 4in expert: man.-Boston

nine years of age, ':the'law is nowhere splenltdtbi'n- flashing iri its violet' "So shall. ," 1 cried, "but it depends wheelman and can manage it and Transcript.

rigidly enforced,, and the pea bed I. believed i must' after all be a upon my lady. I have her portrait his wheel ,at once. All over the umbrella (

ple everywhere nearly as indifferent rich man..,unknown. to myself, so great here In this case She Is the only gIrlI are. advertisements In little SI30.S0-Unl..er ltyot Alabama-$130.50 '

. as the Spanish to tbe modern necessity was 'the suggestion of, unliw1ted' shall ever care for in that 'W:111 form of the article or the event which i f Did you know that 130.50. would

of how to "read and wealth thus conveyed. 'added, because a little qualification be intends to advertise in large by his i defray all necessary expenses at the
knowing J
? "1. should like a piece of glass', 'on: does no harm at even the'most exalted posters. So his entire route is placarded j I University of ,Alabama for a including -

write, and are nearly as illiterate. the inside of the case lid,"' I observed, moments. "By the way, she is .an and he himself is a living adTCrtiseirpnt i board, lodging, laundry year,and

The proportional illiterates for north,: carelessly. "IsIt; usual?" j I I' acquaintance of yours: too.' And, / college fees? If interested in the mat.

ern Italy is 40.85 per cent.: ; for mid "That's looking glass?" queried j the pressing the spring, I, handed.the cas- I ter send for a catalogue.

die Italy, 64.61; for southern Italy, lapidary, glancing, up from s snrreptl ket to her as the lid flew back. She Doctors say that-pure alcohol Is the I, JAS. 1C POWERS,

tious examination: of the notes. !. glanced at me curiously, "very paler best disinfectant for' the hands. President University of Alabama.
70,46, and for the other-islands, 8091.


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I 111 .Anecdotesof Macready.Mr. .- =,- -, --'-
beauty Is Blood Deep. Sali charged Macreadjr-vvitli having .

Clean blood means 'a clean skin.' No -, \ habitually,used:foul and.blasphemous -- tJ1

\ beauty without it. Cascarete,Candy Cathartic + In EngUsb-traveler, : Says .They, _Are "An In language behind>; the scenes., Au"

clean ;your blood and keep it clean, by comprehensible Race." ? apologist'hints that Mr.: Sala may have,
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imparities -
Judging from the accounts of an that
been led'astray by the fact in the '
I ; from ,the,body. Begin today to '
i' &i banish pimples, boils, blotches" blackheads, English. traveller who i has, made' a last act of "ilacbeth" Macready Invariably ik.

!1),; and that sickly bilious complexion by taking careful:study of Philippine I affairs. the lashed himself into a sort of ..
: :, Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. Ail drag- "
i natives of the islands that is the domesticated .
alf .
j ,." gist, satisfaction guaranteed,25c,50x.'v fever, which he aggravated by using .
." .' natives, are :'difficult people sorts of expressions. When Mr. Phelps rI

.. to deal, with. Before) beginning his, played, Macduff to 'him for the"first'' i z
John .-
; ,;t. W. Mackay has purchased and forwarded .
,'l.i.to. to Santiago for the use of the troops Studies! of the native'| character- he time, he was not a little amazed duringthe 1 ,
1- <(:?, a schooner load'of rice, and has ordered another questioned a parish priest who had fight:at the close of' the last'act to

1iJ,, ;.. load to bo sent as soon as possible. been living among the natives .for hear Macready call''' him a beast, a

i ,/ ,' Lyon i' ::;:, fives the consumer the very best Tobacco absolutely '
the islanders 'an -
; l :f they can get. 2 ounces for 10 cents. It is fast were born cur'and a deiIi''Full of' -resentment .

;ij .t"' winning way to public tavor. Try it omprehensibl .!a ;e, to whom no', Phelps hurlefi back the epithets ,

.'j > known 'rules of< civilization or.savagryhad with, and heaped foul names ,
} energy,
:>. The captain of 'an Atlantic liner, after
i '"" many calculations! has come to the conclusion the-smallest :application. Here is upon Macready At the close Macready I

,1 I : that the general size of a tog In the At-. the result of the Englishman's per- ,
said r
lantlo Is about thirty miles in diameter. :
.. :' '
t I';..",, sonal investigations: "Thank you, Mr. 'Phelps, thankyou; ;

J l)" i To Care' .Constipation Forever. "They are .absolutely unreliable; I've never been so well supported." I : .

.!...: Take Caacarets'Candy Cathartic. lOo or 23C, they will serve you faithfully fortwenty' In another play, where it was necessary -
\' : It C. C.C. fall to core,druggists refund mouey. I
and then commit some
h":. years to enter in a panting fury, full of

,: such horrible crime as delivering over rage exhibiting thegasping exhaustionof

V5'v-t 1 4than c" Japan coartingvesselsnow, which''forty years has ago had several no other large your house and family to brigands. mad" passion, Macready used to havea I ...

1. .' steamship companies, the largest of which They are patient, sober, and even hired "super" whom he would grap-

"\,, ..- owns"sixtythree vessels. honest servants usually, but at any ple and 'shake and curse at, off the

i- Save sleetless I moment they may break out and, join- stage, so that he could enter naturally.One .
: baby life and yourself many -
nights of anxiety by (given UK. MOF- Ing a band of robbers, pillage your night the regular "super" sent a J
.' FKTTrS TEETHIKA: (TEETHING POWDERS bouse. If you tax them with the 1 .'it'
substitute who did not quite understandthe -
!. ) at once. 'JEETHIKA Aids DUesilon
Regulates .the (Bowels and makes: teething crime they are: not.' abashed, but disclaim ::- business. He resented -Macready's: >. .

easy. all responsibility, answering: rough treatment, which delighted the

'Senor, my head was hot,' which they comedian, who went at his man with "
The iTreirtest height ever readied In a bal. Doctor, what is free alkali?
loon was'23.100 feet; two of three aeronaut consider sufficient excuse. increased vigor. The substitute presently --
'WHO made "The alkali used in the manufacture of Is a strong chemical ,
this ascent were suffocated., "They will never confess to't mis "let him have it," and the pair soap

HdvrtrtoToor Bowels With Caacareta.i deed voluntarily. They: will submit to fought savagely a good round. Ma i and is destructive of animal and vegetable tissue.

i Candy Cathartic cure constipation forerer.10c,25c. beating without a murmur :t they cready that night burst upon his audi i Pure soap is harmless, but when the soap Is carelessly or dishonestly -
Xl: c.Co C.oil,druggists refund money.Gen. think
it 'is deserved and bear malice
no '
ence In a splendid rage, outMacreadying made,alkali is left in it and it is then said to be free. Soap

) Peter Tracy, of Memphis,' enjovs the ; but "if they consider the punishment Macready. When the substitute I containing free alkali should not be used where it may do damage.
double 1
of cousin
bea of
Dewey : first
unjust, they will seek the
tf and the, learned the true state of affairs, however
uncle, of llobson. i
sickness the
and in
in in
opportunity of revenging themselves. In the medical profession, surgery
he bolted; but he was unearthed

1 Don'tTobacco Spit and Smoke-Yoar life J. They never forgive and never forget for Macready came off after the first 'I., hospitals we use Ivory. Soap because it is pure and contains no
.- 1 an injury, but they cherish no memory free alkali.
scene, gasping: I
To quit tobacco easily and forever be magnetic '
,lull of life, nerve and;Igor, take No-To- of kindness. Generosity they regard "Hum, ha! Where is he? Hum, ha, Ivory Soap is a powerful antiseptic, it is healing to a diseased

Bac.tho' wonder,worker, that makes weak men its a weakness. If you give them bless me! A splendid fellow! Pay>> him 1 urface and stimulating to a healthy skin."
strong. AU druggists,sac or!(. Cure guaran anything unsought they 'consider 'youa
double and let have him
a:. teed. Booklet and free. me every
temple Address
1 fool and treat They IVORY SOAP IS % PER CENT. PURE.
i Starling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. : you, accordingly. nieht." 99 OT
are {always asking ( though /
Chit|?se streets' are supposed to be the narrowest they thinkno Scarlet fever Is extremely rare both In CoRiffbtine.*y n t *!rr k OimtW ra CtehnsB.JLJLPJlAJLSLJLJLSLffJLSJLffJUULSJJL .
s r in the world. tome of them are only ne"fleF directly. Borrowing Asia and Africa.
eight feet wide shame, but they never repudiate ,

----- -- -- --
their' debts. On the -other hand, they

; 'To: Cure a Cold In One Day. never pay back voluntarily, and if THE KEY TO THE SITUATION Ma.ssey's .

F Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All
taxed with their dishonesty look surprised THE
Drueei&ts refund money if It fails to cure 25c of High Values, Low Prices, h
and say: Seiior. you never ,
I .
Camels' milk( Is said to be not only very asked me for it', ...-on..... COLUMBIA
palatable, but also
extremely strengthening
,and nourishing "If you pay a limn: 20 cents for :a. '

service he will 'contented; if you Furnishing Goods, ,c, OlAINIfSS nirmlnabam,,Ala.Ala. Jacksonville rolnmbu, Ga., Fla,
Ho-To-Bao fop\FIfty Oata. him 30 cents 'he will grumble. *
pay AVe pay 8tnd nt's railroad tare and guarantee
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak They have no words for 'thank y k men strong,.blood pure. .roo.u. AU druggists. .. ,
3n their language, nor concept of what A college for yann
More people over 100 years old are found IB J have and Shoes. HILL I Howard College men Women admitted
the phrase implies. They no no-
mild climates than in the higher latitudes. I EastlakeAle.to Pedagogy Department.Tnoroughly .
tion of charity, never helping one ;another We claislcal. Lit
are dosing out our ealtlje stock of CLIMBING
Scienti Engineering -
Fits cured. No fits } erary l".l
permanently or nervousness
and Summer Goods
in of rela- Spring prices that any .
excepting the case and !:Iuslnes.
after first da of Kline's
y-'s use Dr. GreatNerve
can now purchase at the
purse for
Courseg. Profesgslonal In Pedsgosr
.Restorer.f 2 trial bottle and treatise free tives, but they acknowledge even the EASY teachers. Preparatory cour course+e. Experienced facul-
Da. I1.1L KUXE Ltd..931 Arch SU Phlla., Pa. remotest ties oT relationship. :Jf GREAT RED TAG.SALE. 1 s 'i ty. Terms reasonable. Surrounding attractive,
COLUMBUS healthful, moral. Next tension open I>> tptemb
treated i badly they make good servants 27,1899. For catalogue giving particular, address
t Mrs.AVinriow's Soothing children and never grumble; if treated Orders by mail filled same-day:received a I ,-UR F. M. ROOF, President,
teething.softens the gums, reduces Inflamma Order now vriiile prices ate so low. East Lake,Ala.
'-!.:: tion.allays pain,cures wind colic. ::5c.a bottle. ,I 'Kindly they are lost and go to the "bad. STAPRDFQRGH&iH ,

They never stick to an occupation, ''but ',;' Birmingham Dental College
',W. IL Griffin Jackson, Michigan: writes"Snffer : ; t .
their1 hands to
to turn
+d with Catarrh for fitteen. years. i are ready any- BIRMINGHAM ALA.SeRldon.
\ :Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me." Sold by thing. They are jacksofalltradesand J. BLAGH SONS >e M&CHiriES. 180800.The .
Druggists 5c. '
1 good at none., They are brave t- HARTFOROS: regular Winter Session will begin October 3,

:After six years' wrUerinsr.: I was cured by 1 1Pis against equals if'led by superiors, but c Next Best. branches L39S.: and appertaining coiitlntitf until to DE April DESTALSC1ENCK 1, lli1t. AU tbs
'lI! Cure.-MARY'rUOtt';()\, .9 Ohio AveAllegheny i One '
> In tfcetfoe Price ART thoroughly taught.For
areal fancied !superiority
: ; or
,Otll'r Motels at
Pa. )
March lb, 94. i Catalogues and other Information address TV
causes them to abandon all bop: Low Fiioti. :M. ALLEX, I). D- $.. Dean l0.. Box 71S; or W.B.
Cash Clothiers, Cw.taloiuefree.. fVLiox, D. D. S, }1. D., :secretary, 1912 1-2 Second
They, do not know the meaning of Avenue, Birmingham,Ala.

4 \ : :'hospitality. Th. y will do what you -
You CanGet ten them if ywa tell them
enough, but they will ,never d* 'anything 4 POPE.HFG'CD.ILARTFORD.CON ...AN 0...

Tired of their own accord. They will A $. ART CATALOGUE OF COLUf fllA,BICYCLES Of MAIL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

:answer questions,'but never volunteer Ala. Thorough course*; handsomest music hallia thai
South; large pipe organ and 25 new pianos recently -
:Byworklnc hard, acfl rthen yon can get ; 'information. They will let your :horse 3ii4North College St., Nashville,Tenn, 3.4Auso.The purchased; large campus and gyma-

ttrested again. ,But if you are tired: all the 4 ,die for want of "corn and never tell slum. 1500 feet,above sea level natural mineral
: waters. A II:;) Everett pUao I to b. given bast
time i it means that your blood is 1 1r
t poor.Too you the supply has given out. Theyare music! pupil. Several 8tnlarshlp5. A. W.'
r ; need to take Hood' Sarsaparilla the confirmed liars and show only : oldest in the State. VanIIoo, K. J. Pearce: AMiolato Presl-
"Ii ; ,:" jgratt cure for that tired feeling because dents.Lock-box 5, G.u IUVILLZ. Qi.
}f' 'tt is the,great enricher and vitalizer of the : 'surprise when found out. They are PIIPLES No eyoerfment with I

Mood. Yo will find appetite, aerie, I good husbands, though Intensely :jeal- ua We are the only MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: __ '
"n ntal.and digestivesteength in bIcycle dealers In the
f ous. They hate ao ambition and no "3Iy wife Lad pimple on her face,but state with a complete: ....Tulane University of Louisiana.
Hood's' Sarsaparilla ideas'' of order or economy, but tn the she has been taking CASCAKGTS and they \ repair shop. A call Its advantages for practical instruction, both In
matter of cleanliness they are superior hare all disappeared. I bad been troubled 11 will convince you we nm !laboratories ana abundant hospital materials
4.merlca'16 Gre. te t'Medicine. with constipation for some time but after taking I! carry the largest are unequalled tree acceit.* is given to the great
to all the inhabitants of the .Ear the first Cascaret I Lave had no trouble, ,stock in the south. Charity Ho petal with iI'"- bet and a'.(><,patle, ..M
with this ailment. We cannot speak too highly annually. Special lastructton H given U>l'y at the
HoodS.Pills eurenau .lndi 6tioQ. 2S: c. Eastssave the Japanese. of Cascarets:" FRED WARTMAN. All kinds of wheels. Second-hand,. $5.00; bedsideoftve TnenextgeRslon bt>gll1'October
5708 Cermmtaw.n.Av.e..Philadelphia.Pa. new models iron S15.0J up. 2uth,1tiS.: For catalogue and Information aUdreai
ProfS. E. CHAILLE, M. D., Dean.
JVo Wonder He Was Mixed. The Loosley Cycle Company, P.O. Drawer 261. SEW ORLEANS.LA.

"When Lord Randolph''Churchill was CANDY
Second Ave., ( P. 0.) BIRMINGHAM, ALAAm.
GROVESIt" last in America he visited Philadelphia 1.:, MOONEY SCHOOL, KMS2

;,.and, while collecting statistics N. II. No. 30, 18a8. \\. D.3Ioooey.A. M.. I'rUHpal. IM poptu eo-'
relating'to'' the State'prtsons of Pennsylvania tar Vanderbilt W1 rtmcate.. ?*ad f.r Ce lo. c.

he was referred to the headof ,
xnkr the 'Prisons Board :Mr. Cadwallader ; TI1E /HILNER/ & CO.
Biddle. Before ,calling.. Lord Randolph -

fell into the hands! ,of wags af
Engines Boilers and Steam
'the Union League Chilx*: Pleasant. Palatable: i'ctent. Taste Good. Do Pumps,
Good Never Sicken fT aVen.or Gripe.lOc Zoc.SOc.
';" UY\Qu''Te-got the name wrong," said Belting and
; Packing Rubber Goods.
.'.' ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ,
;; one of -those merry, jesters, : "it's not SIer/I., Remedy <<:_,..,,Ckien ..X..(rfaL Sew York. let MILL SUPPLIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Cndwallader Biddle, but Bidcalladcr .
Write for Prices and 35Birmingham; Ala.
., Addle." Un TO E3f Sold and arantf'cd by all 3rne' Catalogue. ,
I'I. gists to CVXtETobacco Habit.PREVENTED .
r "Dozrtmind; what foe says, Lord -

,; Randolph," exclaimed another: "the .1 1..a 0Q@OII

flJE4 real name Wadbillader Caddie." YELLOW FEVER e0- ee e.Gm@ee

A third ,member took; the ex-Chan -

,J cellor!ot the Exchequer aside and im BY GERSTLE'S
(;- _
.,. TAKING _
; .- :..':'. parted .to 'him In confidence that he I .

=' t1i z. "J' \' was being gulled. "Our Q gal! W Female Panacea -

{ .. "The .actual name," confided his Nativergs"THE IIII ; G

false friend, "is Didbollader 'Widdle. I !,Ii J. lt ? c j Cures All Diseases of Women _

!i TASTELESS And when Lord Randolph drove'to G13EA'T I $I'll"' ) :' e: ANY women arc under the impression
iI, I M that the diseases to their
the Prison* Board that afternoon ne Blood Purifier, Kidney and Liver Regulator. j 1 I '\; Arc natural and incurable because sex so _

was. so much upset, that he stammered: lit::1/1\111\/t' I' many suffer constantly from them. This is a
200 DAYS' TREATMENT $1.00.Containing I mistake women badly diseased
are to
rHI: I L.LT'iJNI.C \
"Will take this card In to Mr. I
'yon a Registered Guarantee. I! ; i'I' that had not be cured. It is true
t't'I 1! they
Bid-: cad-wid-wad-did ',- dollader.what's I! that taken a remedy that was
By mall, postage paid. SJ-paee: Book and t efficient when the first symptoms of dis- "
his, name? I mean the chief Testimonials, FKKK.. Sold only by. Agent.for 't ease appeared a more rapid cure would
but"I forget his extraordinary nomen- I hare been the result. woman should
THEiLQNZOO.BUSSCO..WaboetoiiD.C.OUR I r Z l neglect herself. When the monthly period -
: clatural Combination.' PhiladelphiaPost I becomes too freqnent.painful.pro-

t fuseo irreeulftrinjiny way,.
r VICTORY 1 orifshesuflersframfainnzoftEewomb.whites .
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IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. Division of Great Britai 'Wealth.. The Americas people are noted forsth lrIngtoulty. .- should at once resort to the use ofGerstle's .
.. This accounts in a great measure
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Gentiemen:-We ,od last year, *00 bottles of property ofGreat Britain amonntin from whatever may engage in. One of
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and Cable fence allowed
rl boojiht already thl year. In all osr ex- fence by Young requires t
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penance of It years In too drug baclness, bareD hand of kbout thlrjteenth of thepopulation no poste, cannot be blown down canO of being cured. This medIcine is a purely ngetable tonic containing
eyft"soU: en article tijot care such urlrcrsal easily taken apart and put up. enablingthe
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your tern not if other remerliesltayt", and
failures-Ceratle's F
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own sp little as ,to escape the inheritance cultivation cay male Panacea-will not is tendent'y
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FARM ADD GARDEN NEWS:' Jar for the gees. It Is' worth 'all the I dairy districts the responsibility.of tie .. ,WOAJEN' AS MEAN. J LV ARMY. -I

trouble just 'to :see 'the-'evident enjoyment seller' of'milk' Is not limited,to,his own >i Bannterea'

.I I. >- :with which they'' eat, them,- to"say family. 'He,Is In'a sense his brother'sor He was a man of simple habit and

:) ITEMS, OF INTEREST ON! AGRICULTURAL" nothing ofthe'proinotlon i of :their patronV\keeper. That typhoid (feverIs DIsguised/ ;Many ,Have Served for Months evidently from ,a far:, distance, and he

I TOPICS.. thrift! Let the young goslins out on so often traced to dairy farms and ,Without Discovery. had wandered Into a ,large city muse

a I some fine grass ploFaoidisee.them: pick. dairies that supplied-the victims of the' i Ullltary records contain quite a um. The attendant found him looking
number of Ii instances Jn which with Interest a meteorite and
.. At night they will come; up with their disease with milk makes the responsibility women. at he
When toJUst a Tedder, -Vermin on Poultry.i crop ,and neck full' up 'to. .their mouth. of the milk-seller, broad and disguised as men, have entered the asked the' attendant- what it,was., '

i Deepening and Improving' Wells.Contina'o Give 'them grass.; serious. T army and distinguished themselves on "That, ,", said the attendant ""b'it meteorite *

'0>s Garden Cultivation! .Etc., Etc."*" : : the, battlefield, their sex not' being discovered ." ,
The water supply of a dairy farm 1very"
for many years, afterward.In "Hum Where did It come from?**
', .' BROAD TIRES ON THE. FARM.fly ,often contaminated unless
; WHEN TO USE A TEDDEB. I 1S72 a soldier who had enlisted ,"It fell from, -the sky."
: ,opinion has been asked a"s to the : .than ordinary care Is taken to preventIts under.the name of Paul'Daniel attracted Tall hear here?"
For heavy hay of any: kind, particularly benefit which would]be derived' by the defilement. So long ,as farmers
the attention of ,a sergeant while "No. It. fell on a farm ont In the
clovers, peas, 'vetches and the ise of broad tires' on country roads and dairymen sink well in the barnsor '
drilling a body of recruits at Ports ,country. "> ,
like, tile header: Is valuable impiety .
and on:; the elds. There ,Is no questionIn barn lots there will be Increasing *
mouth. At the: conclusion of the parade "Anybody hurt?
$t. As ,soon as the grass has partially raymind! uar'd roads solid chances of Impure water. These I
that on or
he sent for.Daniel and stated hissuspicions' I "No;'there was nobody about when It
dried, go' over the field with the ground, broad tires are, the' best. The wells...are too often placed, In the low- I .. "< '
in recruit'ssex felL"
regard to the _
tedder. The curing will be much more, broad Lire is also best moderately est part of the lot, wher there Is least .
uniform. On seeing that the.game was up.i i "Might have been, though?
rapid and w soft ground, but on ground! soft enough labor, in sinklug'the welt The wall Is I Daniel "
i 'confessed that be was' a female l, "Yes.
for the wheels to sink below the fel laid with loose stones, and not raised I
i and burst into, tears when informed "Hum The man of the simple habIt
loes the suction is that In high enough: to allow grading
so sufficient
VERMIN ON POULTRY. great some '
; that,she could no longer continue with thought a moment
instances which have under to carry off even the surface water '
It Is very rare that poultry which, come my the regiment. It appeared that her "'Vel!." he said finally, "the Lord's
observation It has required four horsesto In a wet time tbe'water level 'of.,
has a free range will be 'troubled with husband, ,after getting"through a large kind but It does seem's If sometimesHe
The lime the well rises from the Influx of water
vermin.. But In a wet time It may be move an empty wagon. fortune had tIed to Germany, where was mighty keerless."
carters: in my section '(Jersey) have from the barnyard and manure piles.
difficult for fowls; ; to get enough dry he had enlisted, and his wife performed
lejlrned this fact and when the mud is After one such soakage' the soil the Bicyclist ard Dojfs.
earth to roll themselves in, "'"blcb" Is the deception in the hope that
deep either use narrow' tires or do not water from such a well becomes a frequently happens that bicyclist
necessary to clear themselves of lice. as a soldier, she might be dispatchedfor
cart at, alL constant danger to the health of ani- would like to drive off an annoying
A box: of earth or a, shed under shelter service In that country and thus
, If broad ,tires were used exclusivelyon mals and unfortunate users of the flog but doesn't'want to kill the beast,
kept where the fowls can get at discover her unfaithful partner.A .
.the roads the ruts would be corre- ,milt from such' a dairy.! -Breeders'_ run the risk of a bullet hitting a bystander -
It, will le used at most remarkable
eagerly jsuch'time, woman was
spondingly wide, but with part narrow Gazette. nor attract attention: whicha
and will do great good In "destroyinglice. found to be serving as an. ordinary '
tires the broad tires: will sink iu cartridge'explosion is certain_ to do.
soldier in a certain German corps to-
the ruts In case of freezing and will Stick Sea Charts. The dog is consequently encouraged to
< ward the end of the last Her
pull hard. The. tendency of broad try his' trick on the next rider. A
DEEPENING AND IMPROVING The German protectorate of the sex was revealed owing to a false
tires to, pick up dirt is a strong argument soundless pistol, shooting water, amA
WELLS. Marshall .Islands, which lie just east charge of theft being made againsther
against the use of steel wheels. tnonia or other liquid, is now mailed;
of the Carolines in the Pa- after she had been
The dry season Is the ,time to look neighbor purchased one of the low- equatorial performing postpaid for 50 cents in stamps by tho'Union

after the farm :wells. If they are low down steel wagons and putting on a cific, contains the most daring; sailors her military duties of the regimentfor Supply Co., 185 Leonard St.,

and there Is danger of their going dry load of manure'drove to the field; the known. They are constantly performIng over six months. Before this she New York City. One of these will

clean out and deepen until convinced wagon felloes settled down below the feats in navigation that European had served in a regiment of the cuirassiers -' drive off the most vicious animal, and w

sailors feared to venture on long after for two years. in one regiment re-, still not it. A few dropsof
Has really injure
that an adequate supply been pro- surface and; four horses could not startit. '
they had the compass, winch instru- ceivfng a wound in the arm and afterward ammonia in the' or month ,,
for. See that the pump platformIs With broad tires the wagon bodies eyesnose
ment, by the way, the Marshall Islanders joining the grenadiers. Being' will "it to
perfectly tight and no seepage gets must be set high which will requiremore of any animal give something

through It. If the upper 'eight or ten lifting to load it, for it must be reject as useless. captured by the enemy, she managedto think of other than bothering a cyclist. +

feet of wall are, of brick or stone, lay made long and narrow.' In my opinion The archipelago lies In, two widely escape and promptly enlisted in a [t is a boon to wheelmen and wheel-
In cement separated groups, the Dadack and the regiment of volunteers, and but for women .
so that contaminated sur- if a farmer keeps two farm
Rallck chains, and in each chain the the unfortunate charge referred to,
face water cannot reach the household wagons one of them should be broad '
Islands lie for the most part at extensive might have spent her life in military "War
Was Preferable.
SUll) yIuch sickness can tired, to use when or where the groundIs
traced Intervals. Yet the native pursuits. "I have about decided" said Dow
to Impure water. Special attention solid. The other should be narrow ,
pilots conduct voyages all over their In 1700 a woman made a determined lug, "to go to Cuba and Join the Insurgent
ought to be given to havingit tired-for use when necessary whe the ,
own archipelago and to the Carolinesin effort to enlist iu the East India Company army." _
pure. mud is deep If but one is kept it will '
be safest to have the tire not over one direction and the Gilberts In forces. Although she was disguised "Oh, you take my breath away," ex-'
another. For this voyaging perfectly a man her voice claimed
two inches wide.-F. H. Hartwell of they rely Mrs Dowling. "Going: down

ANTS IN THE SOIL. New Jersey, In New England Home- upon charts of their own construction and her manner gave her away. When there wh re you will have to sleep out

Ants In the soil can be destroyed by stead. the knowledge having been handed the magistrate told her that her application on the ground and be, eaten op by

means of bisulphide of carbon. Makea down from remote antiquity. These was hopeless she burst into snakes and mosquitoes?"

hole about six inches deep in the ant charts are generally about a yard tears saying that this;! was her only "Yes."
hill with a round dibble, or bar, and FOR square and are constructed of slender chance of seeing her Husband again, "Don't you know yon are likely to

into It pour a tablespoonful of the II- There is no vegetable that grows of sticks tied together. At some intersections who was then serving In .India.A starve to death?'

'quid, and Immediately close up tna, more value to the poultryman than of the sticks are fastened woman who boasted that she hada "I do."

hole with soiL The liquid is very volatile the onion. Doubtless it was .one of: small shells which stand for the dif- unique career, died in 1782 at Pop ,*?!And take yellow fever or cholera, *"

and will permeate the soil in ; the foots of the fowl in its natural ferent Islands. The pilot posts him- lar. For the greater part of tier life "I: know."

every direction and' destroy all animal state, as it Is found growing wild in self In the bow of the vessel, with his she had served as an ordinary sea "Or may be captured or shot or something

life and' not Injure vegetation. It Is several parts of the world. In Illinois, chart before him. lIe begins Dy establishing man on several men-of-war, where hei ?' .

very Inflammable and must be care- and Missouri we Lace found it, both In the .particular shell :ore true sex was not once suspected.As "I know that, Maria but they won't

fully kept away from fire. Ants .can the woods and prairies, with sprouts I responding to the island fro_ luch opposed to these women whc bang on the piano after I have gone to

often be driven away by sprinkling short and crisp early in the spring, he Is just sailing. He sets the courseas have fought iu the ranks, there art bed, nor make me get up after midnight -"

about their haunts ashes saturated that, would ,lengthen and toughen as : indicated by one of the sticks radiating no less than eight women (colonels In to look after burglars"-Atlanta

"with coal oil. They can be trapped the season advanced, or bear a small from that shell in the proper dI- the German army to-day, several ol Constitution. .

and killed by placing sweet oil where seeding onion or "button" Tate In the rection. Thereafter he watches the whom draw their pay reulnrlyTheJ Modern-- -Longevity- -- '

they can have access S to It, as they are falL We never tried planting any of course In the sea with very slight use are the Empress of Germany, thf In the seventeenth century th* arer

very fond of it,-but it has the effect to the "button" onions of the wild variety of the heavenly bodies for the deter- Dowager Empress, widow of the lau age duration of life was only thirteen

close their spiracles and thus Rills byasphyxia. but doubtless if we had they mination of direction. Frederick Charles 6f Prussia, thE years; In the eighteenth, twenty; In the

.-Yick'sIagazine.. would have produced the'same class They make no secret of their art. Queen Regent Sophia the Duchess ol present century it la thirty-six.:: This

-smaller In size, perhaps-of onions They are often at great pains to teach Edinburgh, the Duchess of Connaughtand great Increase In the average length

CONTINUOUS GARDEN ,CULTIVATION. that the "sets" of the cultivated sorts it to white men, andwonder that no Queen Victoria.' of human life is not, however. an lndlcatlon .

do to-day. Be that as it may, the one has yet been found capable of of an increase In the vigor

tr As soon as the weeds cease to grow onion of commerce is a valuable ad- grasping it. Their explanation is that Red and Yellow Snow. and vitality of the race, but It Is rather

rapidly there Is a great temptation to dition to the list of vegetables that are each stick on a chart shows the courseof An Interesting report has been Issued due to the fact that cholera, the

neglect careful and persistent cultivation considered' good ,for fowls.: At this a stream In the sea, and that by. bythe officials of the Grand black plague and other devastating i
season of the year, when the fowls are following the streams they can find '
of garden crops. It Is taken Ducal Observatory at Heidelberg con scourges which formerly overspread
for granted that there Is,no necessityfor run down by the heat of autumn and their way to their destination. They cerning recent red and yellow snow whole countries at frequent intervals;

stirring the soil, from the fact that the strain of moulting, the onion will claim to see these streams with their falls in Germany. A fall of yellow sometimes several times during & cen

Jt appears to be loose on top, and no be found a first-class tonic.here intersections just as shown by the snow: occurred in the Engadine on tury, have been brought more nnd
there Is bowel trouble, with greenish sticks. Whatever maybe the explanation March and red fell to the under control
weeds need pulling. That Is just the snow depth more by Improved pub.

time vyhen cultivation Is most ,neces- droppings, and dysentery'onions cut it is certain that they navigate of eight centimetres on the same day I lie sanitation ,and quarantine. The

sary. The weeds stop growing, simply up tolerably fine and fed as often ,as hundreds of miles of empty ocean at Kardi in Kaernten province, also real test of the vitality of the race Is

from lack of moisture and the crop three times a week will prove of great with neither compass nor chronometer all over the plateau on which the not the average length of human life,

,will do likewise unless It is given especial benent, and where<< the chickens have nor other Instrument save a chart of Konigsstuhl stands; on the Odenwald, but the proportion of centenarians

care. ,The capillary tubes will had access to any unclean food and sticks. If by any accident they go ioo, colored snow-fell the wind driving The proportion of persons who have

be formed unless the soil is stirredat become affected, by It, such as decaying astray they make iio attempt to con- it into eerynook and corner, so attained great age Is without doubt at

least once a week, and there will bea I animal matter, which leads to tinue the voyage, but run at once that the drifts presented a color varying the present time much less than ever

great loss of moisture. This applies limbemock or old-time chicken cholera down to leeward until they Sake a from rosewood to that of brown. before in the history of the world.

to cabbage, roots of all kinds, sweet or sometimes the feeding of onions familiar landfall often as. far west as An examination showed that the tint

pop corn, peppers, beans, small fruit will be found beneficial, although the Carolines. ew York Sun.A exhibited was due to mineral dust,
when a chicken gets a good chance at ONSULTINa A WOMAN.Mrs.
bushes In the garden or any other and the latter has not been finally .
such stuff and gets a 'big ,dose of It,
growing crop.-American Agriculturist. Magnet for Lifting Steel. investigated. It reveals the presenceof
It is about as good as gone. Precaution chalk elements-this, too notwithstanding Pinkham's Advice Inspires
Electro-magnetic lifting
should be taken to have nothingof
the fact of there being no
Confidence and Hope.
have been -in everyday use at the
the kind on the premises. Onions chalk existence for a long distance
FEEDING DAIRY COWS IN SUMMER. proof butts of the royal arsenal at
; mash for the hens
boiled In the warm from the place whert. the snow fall
and stimulating Woolwich for over five years, and In' Examination1 by a male physician is
!is.good, ;and by Invigorating was deepest. Of course; this phenomenon -
If Is fed with ration better the transport of heavy projectiles a hard trial to a delicately organized
a cow a con- them causes them to lay Is well known to naturalists .

fined almost wholly to coarse, foods ., In fact, onions as a tonic and food Is weighing as much : as 1,800 pounds. snow of a really red color having been woman.
Formerly to move a large number of She puts it off as long as she dare
while dry and"put ,on grain just before one of the simple provisions of nature found occasionally In polar and Al- ,
shot most laborious work not and is only driven to it by fear of can-
was ,
goIn to pasture(>, she will be in the that anyone can keep handy at a pine regions, some. of the chemical
only on. account of the great weight, cer, polypus, or some dreadful ilL
highest state as a milker. All feed small cost. Don't fail to Include themIn experiments revealing the presence of

of a coarse nature used as ,n supplementary your poultry bill of fare two or but by reason of the difficulty of get- a certain vegetable substance, like the Most frequently such a woman leaves

ration to the pasture: suchas three times a week, and oftener If the ting slings around the projectiles. The pollen of a plant.-The Pathfinder. r a physician's office
Introduction of the electro-magnet fin where she has undergone -
rye, clover and green oats, should, chickens appear debilitated.-Poultry
: place of the slings has rendered the a, criticalexamination
be cut before being fed. The dairycow Journal. Tbe Names of Warships.
should not be expected to, keep up i task easy and one which Is 'quickly Some '4 J with
of the Greek and Latin
I In this case the body or impressionmoraor
a high butter record solely on pasture
names warships have been
less of discour-
core of the magnet Is of inverted-U ,
during the summer; grains should. -
The Importance of, pure water for subjected by sailors to SL "seachange"which agement. '
and the
fed as well as a variety of cut green shape and one forging,
the family and live stock is not gen- makes them more modern This
fodder. The milk of cows'w ollypas.- winding is mechanically protected by -
erally appreciated. In a newly settled though less poetic. Bellerophon and
ture fed will fall off in richness: in stout Iron flanges and Is covered by theminddestroya
country the'danger of defilement of Belisarius were good enough for offi- v
thick brass strips. The magnet Is exceedingly -
the fall when theyare put on grains,or
cers and landsmen,'but the before
water through filth accumulations and about men the effect of
efficient requires
without the
dry feeding
suggested grass fpr crops the, summer. Of 'course the 'soil Is not so great. As a: region one-eighth horsepower to "energize it the mast .preferred" "Billy Rufiin" and r r advice; and

becomes thicb.populated we may "Bully Sawyers. Our own sailors she
of 3,600 pounds. grows
this richness may' be brought up again for lifting a weight
say the danger of water defilement Increases Cassier's Magazine. have shown considerable, activity in worse rather
by judicious feeding but even the
temporary loss is unnecessary.. with the increase of, population the same line, especially to namesof than better In consulting Mrs. ,Pink-

and the number of animals kepton Indian origin. Admiral Porter ham no hesitation need be felt, the
A Queer Railroad Japan.
the farms or villages.. The dan- writing ,on this .subject soon after the story is told to a woman and is wholly

'GEESE MUST GRAZE. ger on old ,farms and in Tillages and The simplest public railroad now civil war, said Agamenticus had been confidential. Mrs. Pinkham's addressis

The goose Is as much a grazing ani- towns where- the, problem} of sewer- operated is thought to be one between quickly turned Into "Aggy meant to Lynn, :Mass., she offers,sick women

mal as sheep or a cow. Green stuff age, paving'>and water supply has not A tam I and' Oda warn, in Japan.' It Is cuss." Ler'advice without charge. ,

being Us natural diet, the transition been solved, by the corporation Is ,so i ,a,* narrow-gauge road, and Is run by The Admiral was Inclined to think Her intimate knowledge of women's

In winter to grain exclusively is more constant that, not a year passes without I man"power. Every car nas seats for'' our Indian names more objectionablethan troubles maTes her letter'of advice a

violent than In the vase of hens which| breaks of typhoid fever, diphtheriaor : four persons,' 'who-sit back to back. those '.In the classic style' ;' but wellspring of hope,and h wide experience .

in a state of nature, do not feed principally other filth diseases. A train consists of two ore_ cars.; such titles have at ,least the advantage and skill point the way.to health.

upon herbs but upon Insects The farm' supply of water' ,Is so and is drawn uphill by baIt"a dozen of being altogether national, for "I suffered with ovarian trouble for

seeds and a little of everything. Of largely under the control of the farmer coolies; at the top of the incline the they are the only strictly American seven years, and no doctor knew, what

course geese 'Trill' not, starve in winter that he, is not the 'victim of the carelessness coolies jump on the, platforms, and names that could be found. 'Indeed, was the matter with me. I had spells
and early spring, even if' allowed noth- of ,his neighbor, as is the the train runs down the"terminus bygravity they are more suitable than the classic which would last for two days or more.

ing but,grain. but the greediness with dweller in the .undrained village!) or with the speed of an express.It names in every way, for It seems njore I thought I would try Lydia E. Pink-

which they ivlll devour such fresh foodas town. Hence if the farmer's familyIs Is said that there has never beenan reasonable to think of a great mas.'of: ham's Vegetable Compound have

apple parings cabbage, potatoes, visited with diseases originating In accident on this road. wood and metal in connection wita a taken seven bottles of it, and am entirely -

eta, shows the urgency of ,their need impure water or defective,drainage' or mountain like Katahdin or Taco a' cured"-MBS.Jon:*'FOREMAJT, 25N.

for It. -In cider making time a .few unclean management of lils:,premises, The lord lieutenant of Ireland has a than with: imaginary nymphs ,a ,d Woodberry Ave., Baltimore. Md.

bushels .of seedling, apples, that will he cannot lay the blame on his neighbor yearlY salary of $100,000 and ex swains of whom Ovid told pret v The above letter from ilra. ForE-n

keep well should, be laid by,in the eel- or, a mysterious ,Providence., In : penses. stories about two thousand years J.I is only one of thonsauds
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