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Country Folks do not
Tho destroying of nests is almost as
destructive of birds as the killing
them for their plumage, and quite as
Country young folks do not destroy
birds nests', but tho boys of thc city
and small towns are roving vandals
after eggs and have no thought of the
damago or the cruelty of their acts.
Some of those boys collect thc eggs as
a fad, but many of then) wantonly
tear up the nests, break the eggs and
kill the old birds if they possibly can.
I met a squad of seven Atlanta boys
yesterday and they had among them
eleven nests, some still clinging to tho
twig with eggs in them, whilo some
were just thc bare nests, but repre
senting the labor of many days of the
mother birds. Boys not so hardened
as to break eggs will think nothing of
appropriating an empty nest, not quite
finished, perhaps, without a thought
of tho labor it cost the mother bird
nor of how bad she might feel when
she returns to find her nest gone and
her work all lost. It is a part of
motherhood, either birds or human,
to joyfully anticipate the coming of
their young, and mother bird or moth
er human prepare for this coming
with a heart so full of love and con
sideration that it is cruel and a sin to
destroy their work or blast the charm
of mother hope. It is a very sweet
period of tho human mother to work
upon and paok away the long flannel
skirts, the little skirts, the pretty
drcBECB and little caps that her babe
is to woar, and so, I think, it is a sweet
period in tho lifo of the mother bird
when she begins her nest and indus
triously carries it through with suoh
consideration to the comforts of thc
young b?F^? that only a mother's heart
One of theso nests proved to bo u
-Slocking bird and there were two egg? I
?? ii and tho boys had the mother
bird which they bud killed in thc hunt.
I am no gteat admirer of ?ome of the
traits of ./tho male mocking bird, but
all tho way homo I could but help
contemplating tho feeling? of this
bird when ho found that his mato and
the nest were gone. That thoso birds
have affections is nell kno.vn, for
the male bird never sings again and
never takes another mate, when tho
mother bird will so grieve over the
loss of her young that she will poison
them if they are oaged and put where
she oan get to them. Outside of all
feeling that is due these birds for the
IOSB that they sustain, it is supremely
politio that these eggs and nests
should not be destroyed. If the de
struction of birds is not stopped thia
government will soon have to support
an expensive department to keepdown
the ravages of insoots. It is already
not beneath the dignity of some of our
ablest men and greatest students to
give their talents to the study of de
stroying insects that birds would de
stroy if we only had the birds.
Snakes destroy birds and eggs, too.
I mention this because I thick no
boy would like to do suoh things as a
snake is given to doing, and for the
other reason that I dosi re -to relate
what a time Brown had this morning
with a snake up a tree. It is not
every snake that can climb a tree, but
all of the boaoonstriotor species can,
and among these are some very large'
and vicious looking blaok snakes. The
truth is, there is not a bit of harm
from poison of any snake that can
climb a tree, but Brown just naturally
hates all snakes and if they don't get
out of his way he will get out of theirs.
But this time the snake was up a tree
robbing a bird's nest, when Brown dc
Soft and crooked bones rnean
bad feeding. Call the disease
rickets if you want to. The
growing child must eat the
right food for growth. Bones
must have bone food, blood
must have blood food and so 1
on through the list
Scott's Emulsion.is the right
treatment for soft bones in
children. Little doses everyday
give the stitt ness and shape '
that healthy bones should have.
Bow legs become straighter,
loose joints.grow stronger and
f.rmness comes to the soft
Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right food will cure it.
lu thousands of cases Scott's
Emulsion has proven to be the
right food for soft bones in
Send for free sample. .
SCOTT ? BOWNE. Chomlato.
40Q-4-15 Pearl Street, Now York.
99c anti Si.oa ; ell clrugglits.
Destroy Birds' N ests.
citied to climb the same tree to dis
cover the size of a hollow where be
had located a swarm of bees. When
lirown went up the SDake wanted to
come down and it was coming, too,
but the old man suddenly decided that
he desired to come down first rather
than his snakeship run over him, and
a race began. Here como thc snake
and herc went Brown, but the old man
carno so hastily that hi? clothing got
caught on a snag and there he was
held. Thc snake ran over him and
he turned spotted, so ho says. I
mention this just to tell the boys
that a loathsome Mlake is diligent iu
breaking up birds, and '"rely they
will not imitate this loathsome reptile
While I am thinking about these
birds allow me to persuade all tho
young boys to watch what we call the
"peckcrffoods." These "peckerwoods"
huve a red hoad which sets them of!
somewhat, but they arc not favorites
of anybody that I know, either for
their looks, their songs or their soci
ability, but thoy aro wonderfully use
ful, aa you may seo for yourselves by
watching them this year. Watch tho
apple trees. When you see a "peck
erwood" on an apple tree pecking with
all his might, make a uoto of it and
then seo if there aro not fine apples on
that tree. On the other hand there
will be no good apples on trees that
this bird misses. This is true be
yond doubt, and as all boys likeUo eat
apples this should impress them
with tho importance of preserving the
In this connection I desire to com- j
plimcnttho ladies on the absence of
plumes on this last Easter season. I
never saw but one Easter hat with a
plume, and the boys dubbed tho lady
that wore it "Shoddy Sue," and it
look? pow a? if tho nam,9 would fasten
itself hu her. It l? moQ?ll'?uS ???j i
fer ti nicknamo of this sort to get at
tached to persons, hut I shall strive
to keep "Shoddy Sue" from being at
tached to this lady, for it is more an
error of thc hoad with her than the
oruclty of heart that caused her to
wear tho plumo. She knows nothing
of the fun the boys are having calling
her "Shoddy Sue," and I think
thepeople of our oounty are too
polite to ever mention it where she
will know, but the Bisters of the boys
are catching on to it and it is having
the effeot to impress them that it will
not do to wear the plumes, since all
sensible and thinking people have
come to consider it an invitation to
In this neck of the woods we would
like very muOh to persuade the ladies
to sturt a fashion of wearing a labbit's
skin. They destroy everything but
insects. They peel the fruit trocs,
destroy the garden and would spit in
the face of thc average farmer if it were
not that thoy want him to plant some
moro peas and set out some more trees.
If "fashion" among the ladies could
be brought around to use his skin,
perhaps they could bo downed as the
birds have been. Everything else has
been tried and nothing reduoes their
number. They thrive on progress
and now, that they are getting the
aristooratio blood of the Belgian hare
mixed with their own, they strut the
same as the F. F. V.'s and have added
impudence to their destructive habits.
My great desire is to array "fashion"
egal n st the rabbits and win it over the
protection of the birds. Every mother
should understand that an egg broke or
& nest destroyed means the destruction
of bird?,nod they should strive to teaeh
the boys that it is cruel and impolitic
so to do. I don't beliove there would
bo many boy3 that would break up
; nests if they knew the importanoe of
birds. Those boys so hardened aa to
not bo persuaded out of such will
eventually land in tho prisons or be
?hung, lt has been my observation
that a hoy who will wilfully broak
up a bird will come to some bad end,
but this wilfulness can generally be
traced to the negleot of the mother in
the impressions she makes upon her
?ons. Sargo Plunkett.
- Paper gloves and stookings are
now Ving manufaotured in Europe.
As to the manner in whioh the paper
gloves are made, little is known: but
the cookings have been carefully ex?
amined by experts, and they are loud
io their praise of them. It is said
they will last almost as long as ordi
nary stookings, owing to the fact that
the papor of whioh they are made iras,
during the process of manufacture,
transformed into a substance closely
resembling wool, and waa then Woven
and otherwise treated as ordinary
- Tho key of success is within the
reaoh of every one, but some men are
too lazy to reach for it.
- To have nico, curly hair most any
girl would be willing to be bald.
A Hay of Remarkable Size.
The Kock Hill Herald gives a de
scription of the moat remarkable boy
in North Carolina as to size, weight
sod strength. The hesse of this boy
is in Curatuck County, N. C., and the
following measurements will give some
idea as to tho size of this youthful
giant: Th ne-fourths of a yard of
cloth is required to make the neck
band of a shirt for him and four widths
of cloth for his pants. The waist
band of his pants measures 70 inches. I
It takes 0 1-2 yarda of yard-wide
goods to make his shirt, and his shoes
measure 13 inches in length. Ile is
now in his nineteenth year, is six
feet three inches high and when last
weighed, about two years ago, he pull
ed thc scales at GG9 pounds, and has
continued to grow and ?ain in flesh
since that time. Ile enjoys very
good health and seems to bc about as
bright and intelligent ns the average
boy. Ile ha: a quick temper, is easi
ly angered and docs not know his
strength. On one occasion he is said
to have hauled in a stran 'ed boat to
thc shore that seven men had failed
to move, and all his chairs aud bed
steads are mado to order and must be
of the best material.
Mouton Catholic View of the Future.
Archbishop Quigley was the guest
at a reception last night by the Chil
dren of Mary Sodality at the- Holy
Name parish school. He mado >n ad
dress in which he said:
"Since I have seen thc western pa
rohcial schools I have come to tho
! conclusion that in fifty years, if things
go on as I see they are going on at
present, the Catholic church will ac
tually own the west.
"I have had the opportunity to see
a few of the churches and sohools in
tho diocese, and 1 have gained some
idea of wliat a magnificent big Catho
lic city Chicago is. Since I came
hero I have visited Joliet, and in that
city I visited one of the paroohial
"Within tfferitj years ibis country j
is going to rule the world. Kiugo i
and emperors will soon pass away and
the democracy of the United States
will take vheir place. The west will
tlotulDtite tho country, and what I
havo seen of the western( parcchial
souools has proved that tho genera
tion which follows U9 will bo exclu
sively Catholic. When the United
States rules the world, the Catholic
church will rule tho world.
'.Tho peoplo of the cast do not
know of the importance of Chicago in
the west. The Catholics know that
Chicago is one of the great Catholic
centres of the world. In fifty years
Chicago will be exclusively Catholic.
The same may be said of Greater New
York and the ohain of big cities
stretching across the oontinent to San
"It has never forced itself on me
-this oonviotion-as it han since I
have been in Chioago. I am simply
overe?me by it."-Chicago dispatoh,
- It is easy to see through people
who make speataoles of themselves.
- Where there is a woman's will
there is no man's way.
- The successful Har is always
careful not to write them down.
- When a man gets off Bomewhor.e
with a girl in the dark, that is spon
- No woman ia old until she be
comes afraid to have even her ohildren
BOO her as she really is.
- A woman never takes much in
terest in an argument with a man un
less she tries to prove something she
ktnows he will be able to disprove.
- What is the difference between a
soldier and a pretty woman? One
faces the powder and the other pow
ders the faoe.
- Little Johnny (after his first
glimpse of resl society:) "Say, paw,
why don't the ladies wear suspenders
to keep their dresses from comi?'
down that way?"
To Cure a Cold io One Oay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists rofurd the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. Prioe 25o. .
- Platonic friendship is better
than love of the honorable-mention
- A wheelbarrow is an excellent
vchiclo in its way, but it won't push
- That, man who is always com
plaining must he awfully tiresome to
- Many a man who prays for his
daily braad kitiL-a i? lin i!nn? n't Mt njo
%l- It is possible to lead ?ny man to
the fount of knowledge, but it's im
possible to make him drink.
- What a happy world thia would
be if every man apoke aa well of bia
live neighbors aa ho does of his dead
-- A boy isn't half as flustered
when he goes tb ask her father as he !
was the first time he told the barber
to shave him.
- When a man fails to notice the
kind of stockings his wife wears it
ia a sign he ia noticing somebody
She Dud (?ame.
A tailer having adjured a fortune
by n ao , cm the bhop and removed
io the eouutry, to live iu dignified
leisure. Hi? wife was a bit of a
shrew sud apt, a? wives aro, to find
out ber husband's weak points. One
of '.hose was^a shame of his former
occupation, aud she harped upon, the
jarring siring until the poor wretch
was nearly beside himself.
Her '.ouch word, "Scissors," spoiled
his grandest entertainments; it was
flame to tow. He stormed and raved.
The obnoxious instrument was being
constantly brandished before his eyes.
They were walking one day on the
bank of a river bounding his grounds.
"You observe," said he, "the delta
formed by the fork of the river; its
beauty decided me to close tho con
"Very probably, ny dear; it re
minds one so much of an open pair of
Ooo push and she was in the witcr.
"I wi!l pull you out if you promise
ucver to say that word again!" yelled
thu still enraged husband.
"Scissors!" shrieked she, and down
."Scissors!" as she rose again.
The third time she came to the sur
face too far goue to speak, but us the
water closed over her, sho threw up
her arms, crossed her forefingers and
disappeared. _ _
- This is a Georgia boy's account
of bu father's entrauce into politics:
"Dad has took the stump. I dunno
whoruu hiui up it-but he's on it, jest
the same. Dad is after a ofEs. One
paper sa> s he is a born liar; nurther
one says he stoled a boss, au' nuther
one say* he run ot! with a widder.
When ma heard all these things she
said she thought she knowed him be
fore; but she's glad she's done found
him out at list, an' jest wait till she
ketches him again!'
- Womeu will begin to acquits
brain power when threo of them sit ;D
a room for ten minutes without all of
them tslk'.Pg *?,t tho*game time on dif
1 J i > ?
Terbul ?uojt?ls ?s.
- To err i? human, pat to forgive,
io quit? Another matter.
Whatever fault? a man may have,
however hopeless his ease may be, if
he works he still has a fair ohao.ee.
LSZ?DQCS rUStS all tuO ?????ui?fcr? ao?
makes it creak. Many die of having
oothiog to do. Indolence is a kind of
suicide. "An idle brain is the Devil's
workshop." Neither heaven nor earth
can make aoy use of an idler. He is
essentially malformed and ugly,
though he may live in a palace. !
Turner, the great English painter,
when asked the seoret of his success,
replied: "I. have no seoret but hard
work." Don't stand around waiting
for "something to turn np." Turo
up something. Garfield says: "Things
don't turo up in this world until some
body turns them up." Don't wait for
a chanoe. Make your chance. While
ninety-nino people wait fur chances
that never come, thu ono hundredth
relying upon the irresistible strength
of bis own manhood, makes his
chance. "The nerve that never re
laxes, the eye that never blanches, !
the thought that never wanders- j
these are the masters of victory."
Impossible belongs to the vocabulary
not of men, but of fools. Bulwer
says: "In the lexicon of youth,
which fate reserves for a bright man
hood, there is no such word as fail."
The difference between ignominious
defeat and brilliant . victory is fre
quently only in the push and tenacity
of the worker. Impress people with
the eonviotion that you are tremen
dously ia earnest, und you gain their
confidence; they will encourage and
help you. :
Work is your great schoolmaster
It hardens the muscles, steadies the
nerves, quickens the blood, strength
ens the intellect, corrects tho judg
ment, awakens slumbering genius,
calls forth latent powers, touches hid
deu springs of action, and arouses am
bition; it teaohes patience, persever
ance, decision and method; H Starts
the ready pupil in life and brings him
.;Dto o??se cori' Q?oa witb men and
- Few men die from overwork.
W"i*? j s aim y g? b.ajiQless. a."? .?
Continue? to make Miraculous Cures
&&AD THIS LETTER t
! ALM J ST A MIRACLE.
DrLi/Orr, 8. C, Au*, l?tb, 1003L
?*ht?omen t-In September, 1890. I took rheumrtism ia m Terr bad form.
Itt a month after tho rt la ease started I had to give up my work and so to
bed. It continued to grow worse ?otu my UBI and ha eda were badly drawn?
ao muoh aa that I could not neo them. My lea? were drawn beek until my
feet touched my hips. I waa aa helpless aa a baby for nearly twelve meath?.
The mug?les of mv arms sad less were bard and ohrivoled up. I suffered death
many ticnea over. 'Vfaa treated by elz ?l flo rc nt physicians in McOell. Dul^e fad
Marlen, but nene ef them could do me on? COG?, until Dr. J. P. Ewin*, of Ellies,
cama to sea ms. Ba told me to try youraBnxtmAoroa.n He jirot mo ene hatti*
oftbe medicine and ! ben- *? take lt ?nd before the first bottle was used up I
beena to set better. I used five and ? half betties and was oompletely eared.
That was tvro years aa?, and my health has been oaceeUeat ever sines. Hare Sued
no symptoms of rheumatism. X regard "BffrcatAaron" os by far the best
remedy fer rheumatism on tho merket. I cannot say too muoh for tt. Shave
recommended lt to others einoo and it has cured these.
All Druggists, or sent express prepaid on receipt of fi .co.
Bobbitt Chemical Co., v "?'.'? - Baltimore, rta.
FOE SALE BY EVANS PHARMACY.
Spacial attention io invited to a new shipment of
ACORN STOVES AND RANCIES f
'Which we have just received, and* which includes the very latest; pa?terns,
b th coal or wnoi, adapted to the requirement? ??f .thi* market ? I
lt' you require anything in th<? Stove or Uangu lin? we solicit an oppor
tunity tu explain the merits of f r? ACO^N.
We alan carry a complete and up-t? ?late Ihm of TINWARE, WOOD
EN WARE and ?OU*E FURNISHINGS
E@u Guttering, Plumbing ai d Electuc Wiring ex ?enteil on shojr notice.
I> ?nra truly. '. *
ARCHER & NORRIS.
^?l^bjgSWOr asQ SS easts to C. ?I. MOFFETS". M. D" 8TV LOU IS, MO.
fXon-acK. 8.0., NOT. ?8. IMO.-I vu Oat advised by aer ftunOy W?r?lctoa la Charleston te- ese TEKTB?NA
art th oar baby whan be WAA but a my yeses intet, esx erenauve ol eoOe ead te ?ara ead jtweetaatbs stooaeb.
Eater U WM usaftU tn tettblas troEbUs, as?haeOtstbas been ftmnd tebssovarrtcss&?Ui wuitofreetreajuara
TRUTH? ABOUT COFFEES.
HAVING triable with your Coffee, aro you ? Can't fiod the sort to your
;? : -r.:*~--,u-~A 9 .?.-.. TjrtT.T ~>~A ?A..? fl^ft*.*. ?.Ar.kl^.
IHOIO t VCt ?I V pt-V I Kt UIMl'fr-Jir J J. - ' VVJ. . +r ^, 1^ m. . JJ - - 'VVMWV ?.vow.?
should cea?e. Once I know the kind your palate approves I can give yon just
that all. ho time.
Wit White Star Coffee, and right Coffee making, you are bound to have
Coffee t>a afaotion. Thc Coffees aro unbeatable, pure? genuine, and sold under
their rich names. No subsntvVes allowed here. Whito Star Coffees aro put
in Can.-? r.v r grades from 25c to 4Ue a pound. I am exclusive ?gent for these
Coffee? li-ri'uhoutR. fi?B
A. A. Grs;ie, 40o a pound, an extra fine blend of faro, rieh and ?oatTy Cof
fees of tho very h la heitgrade, fine flavor, delicious jn tho cup and anita tho
Coffee crilio The Coffees in ii are never sold by sorue dealers beoause of their
cost. Th?>se who want a No. \ Coffee recolonize ita boMernePS at nnqe.
No. 1 Grade, Mocha ned Java, 35o a'pound.' Another palate pleaser.
Smooth, rich frsgrsnt, wilt drinking qualities hard *?. ?nty*.**. '. Can't DH
surpassed,many folks claim. Genuine Mucha and Java, and not Rio or
Other sorts ?naqueradin? uodev a^uraed name* for n rou intake.
No. 2 Grade 30o-No. 3. 25o. Both good and popul.r where ! medium
priced Coffeep nra desired rinnest Coffees at honest price?. Blenda*nt high
grade sorts mid please mosi IM tates. Money saved if you like them.
C. FRANK BOLT,
SPEAKS FOR ITSEUFM?M
You know when rich, red blood ie coursing through v!!j8BES?^ I
the veins, for it shows in the brightness o* th? eye, the rjmrw'/r '
beauty aqd clearness of thc complexion, the smooth, fair ^ffifflj Ir
skin, ac* fobnst, healthy constitution It U ?bod blood _ ^ 1
that imparta strength and energy to the body <md keeps it in A state of
healthfulness and vigor. Good blood is the foundation oz good health, and 1
to be physically and mentally Bound it znest be kept pure adel untainted!
People with good blood possess strong, *
steady nerves and are blest with good Xw^invrrotehadbeaitajinybioeft
appetites and digestion, end enjoy 4 to bola,
sound, refreshing sleep. ^ we coS? ^Sc?lntr^^i?
alway3 maintain the purity of the. MJTI^^I^A ON
blood then we might enjoy perpetual KS?Sife
health, but it becomes-infected and food ??ree? with wo, Ithinkitu?
poisoned ana most of the ills that afflict . ono family medicine.
humanity and undermine the constitua MBS. zs. B, DAVIDSON :
tion are caused by an impoverished Kockmart, aa.
or polluted condition of this vital fluid. ? v . ,
When the blood is diseased the skin . _?
loses its healthy appearance, aad the . T tb3S?S^tc ?u ?fr I
complexion, ite^Less Sd ^?ty Eft |
and becomes red and rough and full of V8ry pJStatS cauSn^no S
pimples and splotches. Itching, scaly aiaeomfort. Pom? doctor? oald tht
eruptions, blackheads, boils and rashes Totter had progressed too far to be
break out upon the body When the cured, and they could do nothing for
blood is too poor, or too thin and acid, nie? * *?oi only throe bottles of B.s.a.
and is not supplying proper nourish- and was oompletely cured. This wa?
ment to the system. Debility, poor ?j**600 years ago, and X haye never
appetite, bad digestion, restle? sleep ^ir^^g7T^^
and nervousness more often come from ^ st. Paul Bt-Zn^as Ol^??.
sluggish, impure blood than any other. ??
cause. To buildup the blood, restore ita lost properties ali? make it rich *
and nutritious again is the only rational treatment, and the proper way to I
get rid of skin troubles. : There is so remedy like S. S. S. to accomplish this I
S.glin II_ - and it does it promptly ?nd thoroughly. 3
w^"**3 ^^"""^S S* ^' ?* aat'dote3 0110 removes from the 1
1 CJ^ blood all poisons and humors, and restores %
^^?^K ^^?^ it to a normal, healthy condition, and in- ? "?
J >L/ll vigorates and tones up the general health. i
Kj1-^/ Irg^y When rich, red blood is again flowing1 I
? through your veins all skia eruptions I
disappear, the appetite improves, the complexion clears and you get rid of fl
those miserable depressing feelings and nervousness, and enjoy once more the 9
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CS. F, TOtLY & SOW. t>pot Street.
The Old Reliable Furniture Dealen
?mfe^: ? - ? ? ~~% NO BETTER mm f
H BfMSp^'ri|^#^py' I Made in the world, and no lower
B ni lOTfffn ? I? ? ? ???iii^BB-Bl'.' I Pricea Abs-dutely. tho highest jnade
; ? ^gffiSS^SIBEfe' - ? I thar can be t'onnrl, and tba surprise is
' H ffiSf^rfllIES how eau such High grado Pianos be
it ISmMSSSmmma^SmmW :- HAD BO"'reasonable? Well, it's this
fe ^?^HflRSPB STjy ' way: Pianos are being sold at too
ll QBSB SS^TFTm great a profit. ' I save you from 25 to
Mt Si S**J IS?lri 4^ per cenfr.iu tho cost. I ara my owl
^^^^^^^^^l^g, book-keeper, salesman '?nd j^ol^ector
. *?2*viaF1ZrzZ<?*^^ l"^^- " work*-d-over, second-hand .reposssaea
?^^al?^^ - ? JU .. -etock.- I ?io not *e!l that Hind.. If you
, '.|ll.-/!^?;'gl^ri^l ? .- ^^p"^ nt?ft tet^pht^ft<trft?Arf?r. is good with ma
Th? best Heed 0*?** in rfc? worHi ? the VCarpentor/?
\\ill move to Exults umc? December 1st. ^ J
. M. I* WILLIS.
era and Merchants Bank.
r *>*ho?ipp?w!te ?nt iHoatrateo COB
ttnuona Oom-T?sth. Ti)0 ld
?* Mte-~moTe>Jemiy thia ibo nat
*al te?tb. No had taste or brea
-.Tistes of thlwt:i-a5.