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The Gamccock of the Marlborbugh.
h'ltt" :;;tuntieii of the :larliiiorttgh
()It ith i:st o f .liun , 17 -, lol heen lir1
m'Ittetl to l.ttrdt I.ertnox, who phtel;t,
bini in a wn: llk, w"lere h sIr l d "w iI
a :iir"t r ethiriat a otal i i t-ke le
cit erv il ihei honor, or in a !. i-y .the
avi'd (lie shi. She w as bin: rtkaetl
fore a i 't. Ie c:tnin wa s t untul
le, and many olliers, i, -indIn, hll.
."th : v.tymunr, who I~st his :trm (al'ter
wa1"d1 he et l ten ri a ;oug:tint. I.'roin
his sont, t':tt~n sir .I(,hm "eymnourt, i
have oft Itsa:rd how the mnen were go
ing dlown Ill all sides anu leaving their
suns, When the co"k taounted the
Stnip of' the tist and crowed, an
nio"' iked ip it an instant by the
first lieuten:t,t who CIrled: "Back to
ytir gtnts, mie n! Itack to yout gilluns!
While we live we'll crow!" And back
the men went and fought like game
t"o"ks nntil relief camie.-iIritish Naval
The Terrible Tarpon.
Somte yertis ago a boat was t'otma
hcl ttinig i:t t,alve ltlt h : iin:I iln jiltr
dead tro n l :tncl i t d tii an,.,ler. The
lish ha: l broken the ma:n's h: .-l. A
liend of1ini n , writatr (. g -'. loder in
lverth ioie, was lishing wienIg a t-m
ition a hatnit)i feet ist:a ut t atl a
strike, Mnil ihit lish canme at trdl thte
fotin'r'si b,at atnci struck his ch:air,
kcnot-int_ it c verbonnrl. t)ne season a
trim in F"lorbit a whatt-"rs ciun" i o a
boat a u kit hed te atn:;er m-er
homrd ant snt the marsnin over on to
his ek. oWhen he picke himself
he otma Is ipatro gone and. lookln!,
over the icde, aINwl him suking :Ihem
with the boat aook brought himt mp.
The man was stimned, and later ext
tnation showed that two rIbs were bro
ken. Ietwieu tger httnting and tar
pon fishing as a f steay occupation the
former might be selected as the safer
Schopenhauer on Masks.
For all sorts of purposes men have
often put on the mask of philosophy,
and even of philanthropy, and I know
not what besides. Women hn -e a small
er choice. As a rule, they avail them
selves of the iask of morality, mod
ety, domestiiety and humility. Then
there are general masks, without any
particular charr -er attaching to them,
like dominos. .. ney may be met with
everywhere, and of this sort Is the
atrict rectitude, the courtesy, the sin
cre sympathy, the smiling friendship,
that people profess. The whole of thes
the. fAitf A to thei flaints easily
mass, int a rile,uar wrly,paof rae
is., dihusnsof hiasaoresm nuty em
rercs or speiulathon.e li anmerinte
arnkhont ls.The, ad the rlgony
ofetoueandwhofv Buddistsles ore tonb
whnationhety holyan theotheyr soe
abuh objet,orthen msk tat aco,.aans
ct.orseenly bowl, o thube fosink.ot
plantod, hae in enraougnowl
Now, ankIndfu pratice of hiseraing
toehing butits hoenerain isrgener
asoy supected ph rongi obetr,n
it rears ouirectedtuntf od,erith
hims toir setih's houtste Ieucaed
autograps nof gooet sen--thtin thIs
adegaes,s atsit itet honor aweich
the fawhou haye ntom r their woi-kesil
e. Thantdof Cnyhin aore thae
relict gfa itwhse.f n dcrn
Ae unnw r tIo gveand the reusgon
eeratyin ofte hok atoother lshIly
it, r(th holytti eoloe theri wayt
ste, o the hong trn-rowhi Bdhm
claed thnIn ateto. gko
edeandithrcie of hoeisd )1C ofighn
techng hetarg's dugers plqay
Taso'suposlihtl tikn Fraa,
Shakesparie'lsl hoodi Stator, 'with
blechir Glethm o-Ie's houOpn eiar
with itsfurnitureKnt'sod that pro
aregae atoid with ethdasm.
Se antd anythng or thrdIan
Eutred'April 2:3, 19!):3 at Pickenp
Forks In England.
lhe elo'11normli- rllufs so much in
faor in Itr TI'udor tiime- are ro
p nibe for" the inltro(luetionI of
forks n Enghol.1Te dlifliculty of
rAchn re' moluthon wh so
(lon d mu' t hav im p a r l ii('ll
tery for on asvery e O, amnl so
t ho I invio n l o me m(e.1n1 of pro..:
Ilon!:1gi; the r1II he(1 he an uperl
at i1'ineesit 1, icl th, as deml
sua <at lren s sply, foroks cme
ito e'xi-t1 m .-'11 t aptaii . Ae
IIop iince oranI Magazine.
"Gol!"r exom lied a Welsh ho
tel r(rieo to s odepartg g estab
prerd to photioraph the erta
lishmot ". rejoice to see that
you take with yout one little mne
men'1to of ro11r visit. It shows y"ou
hmve been happ)ly here. Is it "not
"Not exactly," was the morose
answer('1. "im taking it to prevent
any chance of m n makin a mis
thin and coing here again."-ed Lon
From a Fresh Mind. r
AlCert is iV years old. The oth- 1
eA dy he overh and st saod l re
ferring to his mother as a wo a. 1
Albert took exception to the re- 1
'M mother is a lady," oe said.
"But what is the difference?"i
w was asked.
After a few seconds of hard
thinking the child replied:
"A woman talks too much; a
lady doesn't."--Chicago Tribune.
Carrying It Along.
An elderly and most respectable
looking man was recently brought
before a magistrate, says the Lon
don Telegraphl, charged with unbe
coming and hilarious conduct.
When he was asked what he had
to say for himself, he mumbled
somiethini about "doing as the Ro
"Very good," returned the mag
istrate. "Continue to do as the
ae Abl Ie lokang man tll
hsome,harle utiray ouance d,"a d
.tne .mst dnelitl aoie lomparn
"isyltl knowg an egxceoall
bywiers. al mesanJdg hir mannes
Just ie Mashaex.ceptoal wsimhle. jues
thed ko Waesupremgtonr and althee
forthe hiherst Aeria andthority i
tellh most kersinl invrtes of tem hi
founhhose Iaehon liten Ior thanud
vist tht par0'.at ofasounrye sl
aoemar kabhe finef lookicg hman-lf. i
hadoe a eatfu conteranc hind Hi
he wsmost lgtu rcoaie, roan d
widea enov al ate r a hs' mann~ers
-andtlifelC(tti. asecepionlly imle. he
hIay wknown Washingo andlt a in
otermaker ofwhc teti adwold
tel mostm hiterest'.iga stoie oef tem1
gladly, riiembere hs' anvetatoan
cotag, such as' a'J ell tho dego trades
lmtA1( a m tght livein over hre sko.
Bdatnh dofr Eand t as resetl
openead the chiefonustie hms elff
he ad a (If rvanit I21 nevcoerc sa hatm la
modei of life was'2' ofimple t itself.S er at
hC'1Ie as mosti remarkabl he mvan. Ith
"U( f inole"11 Laugh'ed Last nolUc
tInom alcowd wt Ii' ors at thrat tEhe
thl sreemt tl' (ran enue te oth-l
ere fdayblwa u to oner afho wa 'cock
-larhdon'rl. Fml n fte
5. C., as second class miatter, unider act.
THE REPORTER'S STORY.
k Dream That Might Have 12nded in
)o y,i know .1 cam11e pretty near
'onlnlit!iv n: suicide one tile, and 1
ud'1)1i t1 Il;Ne know n it iI I had."'
enmr;a ii the 1:tt srihe as hie b)rokr.
no14) a conversation of igli, pIolice
-lporers at. c eitral. .\t the time
le startlii atrlair occriired 1 was
'1gaged in a sort of day police
tunlt-that is, the edlitor kep)t me
mn crliminal stories as a so't of spe
inity. An express car holdup t
lime ofF, and I was sent to report
lie chase of the handits. It was a I
ong, hard game.
"One day I got a telegram to
ome home, and there never was a
uy that packed his grip with snch
oy. 1 had been gone a month, and
that with the life 1 lived and theI
xcitement of the hunt and all that
was about all in. I had been in
he habit of staving up late at
uight, and I knew I collld not sleep
omfortahly in a bertIi, so I threw
nysel f down on the long leather
eat in the smokin g apartlcnt of
Ihe Pulhan. Travel 1Ippe ied to
>c light, and I was not. b)thered.
"I had a revolver With Im, in my
iglit hip pocket. It hurt imc as .1
ested u1pon it, 11n1 I raisedl ill) and
ook it out of the hip pocket, plac
ng it in the left coat pocket. Then
vith my overcoat and right arm un
lcr my head, I made a try for a lit
"Pretty soon I snoozed off. Then
dreamed. I dreamed that the
.rain was being held up and that
rece maste-d men, armed with ri
les or shot guns, appeared on the
platform of the car. I had got it
into my head that the bandits in
tended to kill me, and in my night
mare I thought I sprang up and
tried to barricade the door with
hairs and seats. But my efforts
were useless. The robbers pushed
their way in and jeered me. I heard
ne of them say: 'Kill him. That's
he guy that has been after us.'
"I felt that my hour had come,
aut something made me want to die
lame. I reached for my revolver
nd got it and strove desperately to
ire it:at ethe .villainis. But'stage*ly
,iodgli the reVoffer goui4i pQt :di
~harge. -I pulled and pulled at the
rigger, but it was .owgo.
' Just then there was a crash-.~
hought I had been made the pres
mt of a load of buckshot, but it
vas simply the porter closing the
oor-and I awoke, covered with
>erspiration. I was half dazed, and
t took me a moment or two to get
ny bearings. Then I found I had
ny revolver in my right hand, and
ny index finger was gripped arouril
he guard as if it were frozen there,
o intense had been the strength I
iad applied to the weapon. If it
ad been the trigger instead of the
"I then figured it out. I had
eached into my left pocket with
sy right hand, transferred the re
olver to my right, which was un
er my head. TIhie angle of the weap
*n was directly over my heart when
strove to discharge it. 'rho re
olver was a heavy b)ulldlog, and I
ouldn't have known what hlurt mle
mad it gone of!. But some kind of
good fairy saved me."
"That ain't a bad yarn," remark
d a listener. "Your friends would
ave certainly said( you hadl token
lhe suicidle route."
'"Sure they would,'' approved the
alt reporter. "All of whiich 1goes to
how that1 ciricumi1Sf 1tnial 'v idence
5 solniet imes ai very iiureiam iuaqiln-.
Vitality of Cats.
It's an! obtl vinW iht "a '1 at ham
ni it, but fromi rie' n. nllvestiga t iomn
re iallyV SV'iI I I uii a :1 at I cani hol<l
Where allV (Ollitr 'ireatureI \voill d(Ie.
A eat's life mai:i he prof\I to lhe at
the least Ithree tinws th wi orth ouf
a (log's. Put. a cat andii a dog of the
sameI age ill a '"h-thal chamber."'
I'he cot wilt always outlive the dlog.
DnI one cmainon it was nlotiCeed the
of Gougress of lar,'b :, 1879.
Y EN'L A."AWL.EY
A War Veteran'
General A. F. Hawley, l33'133 it.h street
':l have used Peruna and find it vera
especially good for coughs. colds and c
Spring and Summer Catarrh.
There is a form of catarrh especially
prevalent in spring and summer, called
b - Dr. Hartman systemic .atarrh.
.'his form of catarrh especially de
ranges the stomach, bowels and other
organs of the abdomen. The whole
mucous tract lining the stomach. liver,
bowels and kidneys is in an inflamed
condition, and these organs fail to per
form their proper function.
Systemic catarrh may be or may not
be accompanied by catarrh in other
parts of the body. In some cases there
is a hacking cough. It may be also as
sociated with catarrh in the head.
But, in typical cases of systemic ca.
tarrkt all the.organs of the abdomen are
in a weakened and sluggish condition.
Dyspepsla and Billousness.
Sometimes it is called dyspepsia, at|
,9ther times biiouusness, or the patient)'
may be suspectled of having kidney dis
1pase or appendicitis.
systemic catarrh presents symptoms
which resembhle closely a grat many I<
~ierent diseases. I
dog was dead in five minutes and
the cat still breathing forty minutes
later., A cat has been kniown to re
cover after two hours' immersion in a
cold water, and another came back
to life eight hours after apparent
death fronm a dose of prussic acid.
Get the Rest of It Later.
The process of loading a Flat
bush avenue car at the door of a
Fulton street department store the
other afternoon was delayed for an r
instant by a woman who dropped a
parcel and paused in front of the
car step to pick it up. She was tall,
angular and wore a heavy veil. "Aw,
hurry up, will ye ?" said the cour- 6
teous conductor, addressing himself
to her. "We can't wait hero all
afternoon." The11 woman said noth- c
ing, but passed inside and took her ~
seat. When the conductor camne to t
collect her fare, she lifted her veil
andl r'emarked withb evideCnt temper:
"I C [ wasn't your wife, I'd re'port r
yo'i to the company for being ~
A Uae For Worthless Stocks.
"WVldtIci mining stocks are niot alto
get hx. r uisrles.; 1 ,iiI or wothles iher,'
in' sticks I le oth ler day as hie hunig up
I ih 1el'phxone ieielier. "U ere's a1 mf:mi
who s just ofered mer $.50 tor enoug
Ii.1 . S 4W. 5 1 (1 wa n ' t tarticu~lar wh fa
si',-s he i l t hey I IQVonly h:;il al lpaper
III'" (if 6-35))- I IlO5Qed thle deal
:N It u. ill iiake moneii~ y 1)n It too. Whai.t
hi lhe wvant wviith such stocks? Well,
he is getting reaidy to go into the bank
rupjtcy court aInd wants to show~ lis
creditors whiere his money hasi heet
dlroppedl. We often get sp,ch requests
and1( are usually fAble to fill them."
New Vark Sun.
rh of Summer
$' There is no
better remedy in
the world than
Pe-ru-nra for sys.
S. B. IHartman, M. D).
N. W., Washington, D. C., writes:
' beneficial for kidney trouble, and
Peruna has for a long time been re
garded as the remedy par excellence for
conditions of this kind.
The accompanying testimonials are
sufficient to indicate the promptness
with which Peruna relieves these
symptoms and the satisfaction which
people express concerning the use'ot
Catarrh of Stomach.
Mr. W. R. Callahan, proprietor of Big
HUI Farm, and a prominent fruit
grower and stock raiser, Glenvar, Va.,
"I write to express my kindness
oward you and your good medicine,
"I had a very bad spell of sicknese
had could not eat anything at all.
"My head, atomach, in fact, my whole
ody ached, and it looked as though
tothing wottld do me any good.
"I had almost given up. I decided to
ry a bottle of your Peruna and before
had tak.'n halt the bottle my appetite
ane to~ me and my head became all
Pickens Route 4.
Healthb in this section is very good
L this writing.
Crops are looking very good and
General Green" is hawing a very
ard struggle and we think he will
DOn give uip.
Mr. John Edons visited Mr. James
klens one day last week.
Mr. Robert Jones has purchased a
ow buggy. Look out girls be will
e around soon.
Rev. W. C. Seaborn preached an
itoresting sermon at Oolenoy last
Mr. Christopher is getting his ma
hinery in) shape to saw lumber for
Yr. IC. lF. Keith's hotel at the foot of
Sevf, al of our citizens attended the
runion of the old solidiers at, Pickens
a.turdav and report, a nice time.
Mr. A. K. IEdens has returned
rom .Jamestown whore he has been
ttending the exposition. Mr. WV. H.
tigdon has just returned from ;e
Mr Samuel Eaden visited MheSRl'F
"inkc lu.itos oad 1Jo m1 EdeCtns last
Ion RBp. one'' day lI last week.
Hliurah for P.ickens. It isI coming
o the front, if she don't hurt herself
>y hig talk. Shoo Fly.
Poley's Kidney Cure
nakes kidneys and bladder right.