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How Empires Hare Been Founded.
There area few tacts, says the Pali
Mall Gazette, that impress the imagina
tion more in beginning the study oi
physical science than the rain of the
skeletons or shells which continue cease*
lessly from the surface of the sea to the
ocean depths. Out of these tiny relics
of marine life is formed the chalky ooze
of the ocean bed, makers of the marble
that is to be. The young princes in
'The Cruise of the Bacchante," speaking
of our island empire in the West Indies,
which some propose we should abandon,
ask indignantly, "Was it for this that
these islands were taken and retaken,
till every gully and every foot of the
ocean-bed holds the skeleton of an En
glishman P" It is a striking figure and
suggestive. What a rain of English
skeletons through these purple seas,
skeletons which, hardening in time like
the shelly ooze of the ocean floor, form
the material of empire! It is a grest
thought and a true one, although grim
enough in its way. All empires are
founded on skeletons. Whoever wishes
to rear a throne must use corpes as its
foundation. The eastern conquerors
who reared pyramids of skulls but
roughly illustrated the universal truth.
Be who would attain to supreme domin
ion must first find men who are willing
to allow their carcasses to be used as
building material. The noble Russian
soldiers who were marched into the bog
in which they sank overhead merely in
order that those who came after might
find the way paved with the crowns of
their dead companions1
heads were but
offering in a most horrible fashion the
same sacrifice which all men must offer
who would found empire, or, indeed, do
anything else of permanent and solid
worth. The price of liberty, as of em
pire, is life. And he who is not willing
In case of need to lose his life will never
attain to those things which alone make
life worth living.
It will he observed by those who are
solicitous about the present tendencies
of American fiction, as manifested in
the work of a school which is just now
somewhat prolific, that here is a distin
guished American novelist who has im
agination, and is not afraid to use it
who allows his people to develop their
own characters and words who doesn't
travel through miles of explanation,
criticism, and analysis in order to
'achieve inches of narrative movements
who doesn't mount the platform, like
the man with a long stick at the pano
rama, and bore the audience to death
who had rather use one word than forty,
if he has the right word handy and
who had rather stop short than become
What in the name of common sense is
the use in subjecting the people of fic
tion, primarily meant for our entertain
ment, to a process of psychological anal
ysis more rigid and minute than we
dream of applying to real people whom
we know and like or hate our whole
lives longPN. T. Sun.
A "Wonderful MilJc-Wiiite Snake.
A milk white snake, six feet long, was
captured near Jewell postofnce, writes a
Darnale, Md., correspondent, where it
is now kept in a box. It has a head
like a black snake, with bright, glisten
ing eyes, a slim, tapering neck, the
body about an inch in diameter in the
largest part. It does not seem to be
much frightened by persons around it,
but shows some anxiety at times to
make its escape by raising its head to
the opening the slats on the top of
the box. It does not show a vicious
disposition, as it only moves about
when touched by a switch and puts out
its tongue. It has been known to be in
the neighborhood for some years, and
last summer a party went out to capture
it, but it made its escape by hiding un
der the roots of trees, where they could
not get at it
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1 The Widow fiedott Papers. This is the book
ovet which jour grandmothers laughed till they cried, sod
it is just as funny to-day as it ever was
2 Winter Evening Becreattons, a large collection
of Aotlng Charades Tableaux, Garnet, Puizles, etc., for so
eial gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at home.
3 Back to the Old Home. A Novel. By Mary
Ceoil Hay, author of Hidden Perils
Dialogues, Recitations and Beading*, a huge
and choice collection for school exhibitions and publio and
5 The Standard Letter Writer for LaJIea and
Gentlemen a complete guide to correspondence, givingplain
directions for the composition of letters or everykind, with
innumerable forma and examples
6 The Frozen Deep. A thrilling Novel ByWilkte
Collins author of The Woman in White etc
1 Red Court Farm. An interesting Novel. SyHrs,
off the latki
Henry Wood autho "Ejs Lynne etc
8 The Lady the Lake Byy BL
author of No Name, etc
32 Heaping the Whirlwind.
Cecil Hay author of Old Hiddleton's
33 Dudley Oarleon. A Novel
don author of Lady Audley Secret
A Ctolden Di
A Novel By Hary
By Miss E Brad,
A Novel By the author of
By Hrs. Alexander,
"Dora Thorne, etc
35 Valerie's Fate. A Novel,
juthor or The Wooing O t, etc
36 Sister Kose. A Novel By Wilkie Collins, author
of' The'Woman in White, etc
37 Anne. A Novel By Hrs Henry Wood, anthor of
38 The Laurel Bush. A Novel By Hiss Hnloek,
anthor of John Halifax, Gentleman, eto
39 Kobinson Crusoe. A thrilling narrativeby Daniel
De Foe describing the adventures or a castaway in the
South Pacifio Ocean
40 How to Make Poultry Pay. A. practical and
Instructive series or articles by Hr Jacobs, Poultry
Kditor or The Farm and Garden Phila Illustrated
41 Parlor Mad and Chemical Experiments,
Book which tells how to perform hundreds or amusingtricks
in magic and instructive experiments with simple agents
42 (tarns of the Poets, containing charming selec
tions from Tennyson Longfellow, Whittier, Byron, Shelley.
Moore, Bryant and many others
43 BuUdinar Plans for Practical, Lowcos
Houses, a full description and plans of Bight modern
houses ranging in price from fSOO to 14500 Illustrated
44 Anecdotes of Punlle MenWashington, Frank
lin Webster, Clay, Tilden Lincoln Scott Grant Garfield.
Gladstone, Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men of
45 ^Bsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius.
Children have read them for centuries and grown peopls
quote them every day
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^114 E. Seventh Street.
Be een Dime Museum and Robert
Dm lived, the Other Died.
A woman formerly our slave is now
our cook. About eighteen months ago
she became sickly and had a cough and
was confined to bed, and it was thought
that she had consumption. The treat
ment by physicians failed to give relief.
In December, 1884, a node or knot the
size of a goose egg formed just above the
pit of the stomach, Which when lanced
dischared matter for 8 or 9 months.
One of these also formed under her arm,
and three on her back, which discharged
matter for a considerable time. For six
months of this time she was confined
to the house, and most of the time in
bed. The stomach often refused tood.
by rejecting what she had eaten. She
used a great deal of medicine, but failed
to be cured. I bought one bottle of
your B. BB. (made in Atlanta, Ga.) I
then bought and gave her three bottles
more, and she continued to improve
and in two months time her cough had
ceased, her constitution strenghtened
appetite and digestion good, all dis
charges ceased, nodes or knots disap
Eeared and she went to work apparently
ealthy and fattened up greatly. ^5g
This woman had a married sister of
near same age who was affected in pre
cisely the same way and about the same
time. She had node or knot on pit of
stomach, back, etc. She did not take
any B. B. B. and the node on her
stomach ate through to the cauty. She
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These were two terrible cases of blood
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speedily curedthe other did not use it
and died. It is most assuredly a most
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9 In Cupid's Net. A Hovel. By the author of Dors
10 Amos Barton. A hovel By George Eliot, author
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11 Lady Gwendolines Dream. A Novel. By the
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of the Holly Tree. A Novel.
the Author of Dora Thorne
13 The Budcet of Wit, Hwnor and Fn, a largs
collection of the funny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems
John Bowerbank's Wife. A Novel By Miss
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15 The Cray Woman. A Novel. By lbs Gaskell.
author of Mary Barton, etc
16 Sixteen Complete Stories by Popular Authors,
embracing love, humorous and deteotive stories, stories of
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IT Jasper Dane's Secret. A Novel By Hiss II K.
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18 Fancy Work for Home Adornment, an entirely
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19 Ctrlmm's Fairy Stories for the Tonne. Ths
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I 20 Manual or Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen,
a guide to politeness and good breeding, giving the rules
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31 Useful Knowledge for the Million, a handy
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22 The Home Cook Book and Family Physt
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hints to housekeepers, telling how to cure all common ail
ments by simple home remedies
23 Manners and Customs in Far Away Lands,
a very interesting and instructive book of travels, describ
ing the peculiar life, habits, manners and customs o' the
people of foreign countries
24 87 Popular Ballads. Same size as sheet music,
words of all the old and new songs
25 CaUed Back. A Novel By Hugh Conway
26 At the World's Mercy. A Novel By Florence
Warden author of "The House on the Harsh etc
27 Mildred Trevanlon. A Novel By "The Duchess,"
anthor or Holly Bawn, etc
28 Dark Days. A Novel By the author of Called
29 Shadows on the Snow. A Novel By L. Far
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SO LeoUne. By Mary Cecil Hay, author of "Brenda
Gabriel's Marriage. A Novel. By Wilkle Collins,
Tishabee, Ala., May 3,1886.
T3 A Sheriff Released.
For a period of sixteen years I have
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which baffled the use of all medicines
used. Seeing the advertisement ofB.
B. B., I purchased and used six or seven
bottles, and although used irregularly
have received great relief, and recom
mend it as a good blood purifier.
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Sheriff of Haralson County, Ga.
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