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Among the quaint old epitaphs col
hcted In England by an Americar
rith a fancy for odd verse and an
ent brasses are two commemorating
mmpeters. The first Is often quoted:
Ill Angels' trumpets on the Final Day
Shalf Blow and Graves shall Ope
[ere Abram Crumpett In his Tomb dotb
And Waits the Call in Hope.
The second Is less known and, with
11 its quaintness, has a fine, bold
wing to it. Moreover, tiw deceased,
s a prose addition to the Inscription
iakes clear, was a gallant soldier as
rell as a musician and had served
#ough many campaigns, civil and for
Ign. Thus it runs:
hen Gabriel. Angell, shall hys Trumpett
rppe from the .8od commanding alI be.
aster than Armys when those Millions
naring that Summons from'the Peal.ns;
beres One lyes Here will joyfull Rouse
nd sound a manful Echo to the Blast
ohn Petres. Trumpetter. who All his
-lew for the Kynge his Wars and God
Both Far Away.
A prominent Kentucky lawyer had
een.in ,ackson during the..hearing. o
big land case and after the strain of
mveral weeks in the courtroom had de
Ided to take a trip up in the moun
tins and enjoy the quieting influences
f the hills. He traveled the paths and
arrow mountain roads- till he found
siself, at the- end, f iseveral-days
mrey, about.forty pr Afty-miles froir
.e railroad. It wasabout noon, the
Lvyesi judged, for his watch -had rur
DWn aid he could not be exact. Bul
k.the: midst of this deep contempla
oa the lawyer came upon-an oQld
rky -sitting upon- a bowlder - alonig
de the road. "What time have you?
a asked of the old darky. "Well, sul;
oss, the old watch says she's aboul
m minutes to 12," was the reply. "I
&at sun.time or railroad time?" agair
nestioned -the- lawyer. "Whut dlf'r
wee 'ai maki? One's nigh as fur ftram
eah as de yudder."-Argonaut.
. Scotch Breakfasts.
Dr. Bedgill, in'dusan Ferrier's "Des
ny," dwells on Scotch breakfasts with
ato.- After proclaiming that Scot
li lah genera is "a perfect mass of
ibbish" and the cookery not fit for
Mgne he adds: "But the. breekfnstsl
hat's-what -redeems the- land, and
rery county has its own peculiar ex
tDence. -In Argyishlre you have the
nehehrng-4at, luscious and de
elous, ju't out of 'the water, falling
o pieces with its own richness, melt
Cg away like butter in your mouth.
i Aberdeenshire you have the finnan
ddock, with a favor all Its own,
utly relishing, just salt enough to
? piliant without parching you up
itthlriLst - In Perthshire there is the
ay salmon, kippered, crisp and juicy
a very magnifleent morsel. In other
Laces you have the exquisite mutton
I the country made into hauls of a
aft delicious flavor."
The London Law 'imes points out
kat the silk gown of the bench and
%r owes its origInal use to its having
eon adopted as a form of mourning
Sthe death of an -English sovereign.
n the death of Queen Mary In 10
te present silk gown was Introduced
; mouriing and, having been found
ore convenient and less troublesome
tan the regular dress then worn, has
ace -been continued. The late Sir
rederick Pollock Is said to have el
-essed an opinion In reference to, the
dinary costume of the bar that the
mnch and bar went Into mourning at
te death of Queen Anne and have so
mained ever since.~ American courts
lopted the gown along with the Eng
ih common law.
Sometimes the worst of handwriting
somes intelligihle when one grasps
e rules, for a man's script-particul
rly an author's-Is frequently made
fficult ehloey by _hls deliberate or
iconscious Inversion of the accepted
ies of- calligraphy. Henry Ward
mecher ha'd a daughter who acted as
MIst, anid she read him with ease
cply by remembering three princi
es-that in-her father's manuscript
>dotted letter was meant for an "I,"
>crossed letter stood for "t," and
at no capital letter ever began a sen
Wherythe Trouble Was.'
"Mama," said small Edmund, "Pm
ry sorry I ate the cake after you told
a not to."
"So your conscience Is troubling you,
it?' said his mother.
'I don't know," answered Edmund.
thought It was my stomach."-Chi
<hough there is no written history
the earliest bulk oil carrier, the Chi
so Newehang junk, originally built
r the carriage of water In bulk and
terward used for oil, must be among
e earliest examples of this class of
Said one Indianapolis -jnoreemlth to
tother: "How's your stuff selling
sw? Been gettihg any checks lately?"
'Not exactly, but I received a couple
repulses today."-Indianapolis News.
rhe "three vitriols" are green vitriol
tphate of Iron), blue vitriol (sulphate
copper) and white vitriol (sulphate
[n life's small things be resolute and
. Gulie That Does Not Affect The Head
eause of its tonie and laxative effect. r.A A
VE BROXO QUININE is better than ordinary
inine and does not cause nervousness nor
.ging in bead. Remember the full name and
>k for the.signature of E.. W. GROVE. 25c.
Hetsel, the Prench publisher, dis
aered Jules Verne. Hetsel began
ith Verne by a life contract, gnar
teeing an annual sum of $4000
hich seemed immnse riches to the
nknown writer. It was not at all
roportihate to the rapid sueess
ad sale of his books throughout the
nown world. Jules Verne was con
'.t withr his bargain szad for Emm
any years furnished dtituflyb~
lumes a year. At his death he 1
veral more finished, or nessiy 4
hich explains the continued appent
ace of new works bearing his maig'
etel took pains to providethewatbr
'ho was laying golden egs flor b
-th a yacht and all other apea*
aces necessary or useful te'5U
Is inventive powers.
Pr. King's New Lie Pills
The ba=+ In the wemrld
The Rind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no oneto deceive youi this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitnte for Castor 0, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and alays zeverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Platalency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kid You Haye lways Bo1ught
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TNCu @uTAiUR OOUPANT. 77 MORUAY SThLAt?. SCW TOR CiTW.,
Time tells what
you did yesterday.
a Make to-morrow better
by starting a Bank:
f ccount to-day"
If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
to human life, you owe yourself a Bank accqunt.
. Il's a duty. because you haven't the. power to predict the
future but you have power to start a BankI account and fortify for
the future. Besides we want to help worthy young men to succeed.
Bsgintoday with $1.
SThe Baink of Manning.
The. Machete. "eti atoit, asawie
Because it Is as useful in peace as inCatnsMaie,"vebnta
war the Spanish American machete 1haes otskfrpcuin ihtoa
a distinction of its own as a Weapon. uigapni h oso on ae
It is a sword, spade, hedging bill, as, ti umeo utigIdas
hatchet and pruning knife. It Is firstofcibnapetrswethy'
cousin to the United States cava solryv be I coo tujn
saber, and almost every male In Span- Terwr sa niaint h
ish American countries above the age sa lyt lytunepcal
of childhood carries one. The laborer we h id r ign n h
carries It to etit 'sugar cane, pepre shnn ndadgcopno
frewood and trench ground for hiscaosfo necrin vrhl n
crop. The horseman wears it tO cut dl.Etrtepe Git!
his way through woodlands during "h ~l aet eteonro
journeys over rough country. The hi- sal o h we h rdgd
dalgo wears It with silvered hilt and cle olntflowowud'
tasseled scabbard. His humbler neigh-ocainlyselwyfrmchl
bor is content to carry It bare and hilt-ancoebkbrmlsrthdad
ed with horn, wood or leather.~ The snund n o hs aei
machete is made in about thirty differ-JoneadntArhblorer
ent forms, and the blade varies i nadwlnedoIvitonoru
length from ten to twenty inches. It tethpidierohainsad
may be blunt, pointed, curved or se eiffo h tra he '
straight, broad or narrow. The favor-uneth 'oworIfrbdnap
Ite with the labor'er is of mediumpiorhdsGveaglenayte
length, with unornamented handle andsmlofumeintearasuh
broad, straight blade.-Boston Herald,.id colom omr hnIo
Tonsiie and Rheumatism. anodfsiedchlmtrwud
Rheumatism in Its many forms is,exeta'lertobpoe-lwy"
according to Dr. Seymour Taylor, the
famous British specialist, ,the most Str.
dangerous disease with which physi- Wehvnotusorinhscrn
clans have to deal, more dangeroustybuwehvteiiswicb
than even tuberculosis, cancer Or bloodlogtohesrkfmy.Tibi,
disease. He notes that 75 per cent of wihbed ntefrsuhr tts
young patients who are the victims ofofegesafrnrtasIin,
acute rheumatism also suffer from dis-frIti idofln n es lgt
eased tonsils and asserts, that ":-heu-stnighryorhry-eicesI
matism affecting young children or letofbd.Ispuaei
adolescents leaves mitral stenosis (con- wie u ig n alaebak
traction of the mitral valve of the ~i osdrdabr fgnlns
heart) as Its most frequent and crip- n odntr, soitn ~t
pling valvular affection."-New York dcs es n te ae olo
World. ________ laattrs
A Possible Retraction,.oArc nwner tcmsadge
"'I hear you are having a 'take it I ra lcs eui1gya fe
back' campaign In this town."
"Ys"admitted the Plunkville citi- ya oDnak emn n te
zen. "Have you borrowed somethingbid iewlcmdndpoctdn
that you have failed to return?"
"Oh, no. I want to see a man whoaconoftervlessaegrs
called me a liar ahout three years ago." Tecmo aefrtesoki
"The only fault I have to'dlnd withtesorhabulitnetSvath
Kippers is that he has an exaggeratedNes
idea of his own importance."_________________
"I hadn't noticed it."PieCue a6t14Dy
"But It's a fact. Why, he thinksYordgis llefdmnyi PZ
he's the only mani on earth who couldOIME'Tfistcueayaeofthn,
have married Mrs. Kippers." -Bir- ~idBedfgrrt~ig~eil6o~ns
"e rt aincatoniest, as a Rterc
en-o tsk orpsforig ithtoeal
"Soyo wrervenoufoote ohe insmmr ohTing Indian
atrial rofesio by he ovisho ull fihsas been id ha e studyn
askd te smptheic ld ad. owTareir bwotr ageiesiettio tonte
"Yo se, a'u epiedthetrth-Dursmanlbo etioyatesa
fultrmp "ter an'tmuh f adeblwhich the beear seinging wondte
ndforstae hads hes da s."- by a hinineador wa wrihig compangon
He-Wa you fater veyanry amor four of tecursaonoove hnd and
whenyou old im f ou enggemet? e. nt ligoer It the p ublic
She-ot rtculaly.He aid e hd Wose wouedcarestuko sbettheownr in
bee rahe fotuateinhestok ath hsl kilin whio ohn the ed Ots
et f lte nd igued t ws a outT ciof ste awayn traged scho
timeforhisluc to urn-flch and coel Frec thbe sexcatoredadr
gonbred? y boy die inamhe hos
Unusal.iand ortl afterwad o er
ternn.wllnedn invigoat h aeaind to rly
"He crtainy is.- Fora facthi the pienad genera strnhppins aond~
as is rleds.-'B~fflo xprss. indm, a schoroom. or or tand irosn,
bas *a a rsn ae Nood but'*