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i,f tin- I'l iii H i.itli' r.irty.
Sl'tMjl ilttlMltl.'l) IlilN lrii UlVt'll
t'i tlie i uHurc i.f the r'i.ii. i,s "as
is tlic innNt puKliutive .f our tutivi'
nuts. In riit'iit yi';irs nnli:iJMs
ll.lVf l.lltt'vl illtv.1 t llJJl J tllf ll'Mllf
W lli I.
until it Ins piikluu J the l.ir
anJ h'st tlavun J pt-ian in the
A lit" I'l'ini's iic.uit t') tt'in im
niort.it th.m any nlhir prnJiiit nf
hum.in ut iiius. It w ill "l-uti up sc-
rrni'lv" thmu'h vmi Jmn it a
thuusanl tinii s, ami contrary tn thr
nu-t!nkls of a "lulling stom'," will
"lI.itluT inoss" as it truiKllcs alon.
Very little interest is hein t.iKi n
in tnuk f.nniiiijj in our locality.
There is a l.ue demand for produce
and we have as nood soil to raise it
an anywhere. A umimisMim house
here would instate this prolilahle
When peace is ditiiulely declared
in Mexico, and the people of that
nation cet down to business, we
wnmler what those fellows, who
have been howlers fur intervention,
w ill say of the far-.seeini President
A canninj; factory for putting up
vegetables, liuits, fish, crabs, oys
ters, etc., would be a paying invest
ment here. We have nil the pro
ducts aforesaid, and have the sea
sons to taise them the year round.
President Wilson is so busy try
ing to map out the best policies for
the administiation, that he isn't
paying Teddy Roosevelt any atten
tion. It is generally conceded that the
weather man in Washington should
change his ptedictions.
Another case of bubonic plague in
New Orleans. This makes the
Not a single case of bubonic plag
ue lias appeared in our city or coun
ty. Birmingham, li.igland, gunmakets
report a shortage of skilled labor.
Murder mysterious seems to
quite fashionable this summer.
The tango and tlie btinyhug new
dances are all the go here.
Several blind tigers were rounder
up the first of the week.
Do delinquent subscribers ever
expect to get to heaven?
The wise merchants advertise in
Speak well of your weekly news
paper. We need more rain.
Mow To Give Qtiinln To Children.
FKBR ILlWtr Is h lra..rfc ....
Impro-rd Ouinine. n Ti.ltlrii Stur. Mns.
ill to Ukr tnd dnrt not dlMuib Ihr slomsrh.
Ihildiraukr II and nrrrr know tl Is Oulnlnr.
aim rsprcnr ..i.nrd ln ,iii, who tunnot
lakFoidiiurTOtiininr. Iln ma nauaralc nor
tau mranm not rittinr In ihr hp.l. Try
II Iht vil llm yo nrrd Vmnln lor any pit-po-r.
A.k ItH" unc original rstckagr. The
aarnt rKBiUUMI to litowi la WlU. ii nu,
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ANTI TRUST BILL REM.
Cljyton Measure Finally Is Re
vised By Senate judiciary Com
mittee, With Some Decided
Wa.l.li.rftnn Jul 21 -After m ,i.tl.i
i f fl. Iil rr.nl. ,n tlie llllte iudi.;urj
e' liifiuUi e tu iHiitit aiiu'ed ii ,ii fin it
teWMud of tlie ('I iyti.li anil trut I.IU
t i iu Ireiii i.t t he Sim-i ni l'. l l.l h
i"i-. tlie li' ii-e U.l rlnif. 'I'l.e
niiiii.lt It e iiriei I fie in. .iuie to
Hie Senate on Wnliiel iy
M. t luiuuit.il.t iff the ari.enilil.i riU
rei'iiiiiii, iiii'i l.y I he i nlnliiltti'e 11 nlie
.i juml I.; fur a emirt review nf unit t
l-Mied l.y the Inter. I.ile I'lirniiieree ami
the Ir.nle e'.iii.i.i.Mnii .id iin-t rur ur
atluiiit fuiirnl lu liue violated the trust
t itilles. The ttl.ii'iiilllieht tknulil pin
vi le t hat In e.tse ruriiMt h.nt nr unli
ve In, 1 1 f ill tu uhey the nrileri nf vlther
(iiiiii.ii.Mi i. the ei, iiiini. Mull may a(.
ily fur enfiin emeu t uf theuriter lu the
I'liiti il St .H ilUlili t curt, lr.id.rii 1 1
the original reri.rd uf the iimi eeilliiti,
liieliiilltitf all teslliiiuny taken, mul the
rulu.Kiif the I'ui.i in IniIuii Khali be taken
hi I'rlina f.u la evliteni'iv Kulier (.arty,
liuever, would he .ern.llled to ud
it in e Hihlltlunal niitterlal rvhlenec
l.viry 1'ii'y to any .riieei'ilnn ll.at
U lirminlil liefme the ( ui.iiuerco or
trmle 1 1 . ii i ii 1 1 . . . u u ti It t the hiii. ihI
ini iil vtuiilil tuive the tiKi't tu am. nil
fruiti uny tlnal niiler t.y rllher euni.
iiiIksIiii. vir 1 1 ti I ii nlni'ly (lay l.y mrvlim
nutlet' ur, the ailM-rie I'lity and tlliim
It, will. I he hiiiiiiii.Miii
The lln il unleruf any disl rlel cuuri
the run emine nt wiuihl iiruvlile IiiIkI.I
tie reviewed liy tin: hiiiiiiiu) r.iiirl
Tlie un tton nf the original hill re
lalli.w' In .rlei' ilnteiliiiimit u ri Is hi
""''" m nneiiimimiii.ii in i.rion.
llliiur in iiiM.il i.iii ii in iiiei'l. I ' .... I'l 11
lion ami nut Intended lu rreilu run.
noniy could not he .emili.ed. The
m et Inn uf I he house hill would make
It unlaw lul to refuse to Hell iru(lins
of milieu, nil or kin wells or hydro
electric il,inli to bona lldu iilli',intn
In Mrtcki'ii from the bill. The pro-
vision iiiiike It unlawful to lei.se ur
n.iiko coutrucla for culu of kjuoils on
cumlU Inn (hut imrchiiKi'r nl.itll not
use ur ileal In the product nf a cnin
lietltor In retained, with an amend
ment irovldlna that the section shall
Hiply In product whelher pateuted
The cxeiiipllon nci'll. ti which In the
house hill Included (rat ri mil, labori
cousiiliierK. ni; I It'll t tu nil ami hortteul
turul orKanl itmns, Instltuicd for
mutual help and have no entiltul stock
and not enmluctfd for prottt Is amend
ed to fl I in t n at o fraternal ami ron
NiniierK nrit inl,. it Inns from the IM,
The pri.vi.loiis -rnttl Mil t nu huldllikt
Coin pa nil . is ii i ained with Huiue si lit lit
amemliiieiiis In .hia euok.y.
The seel lun nt the huii.e hill relal
I in Interlnckliitt (llreclorili s hid
been almost entirely re wru, u h the
Committee, It would provide that
alter two years from Uie h iriv.il of
I he act no ('11111111110 carrier rniiakied In
liilerslale cuiiiiuercc havlnit on Its
board any olllcer who Is an olllcer or
has any direct Interest In another cor
.oration deallnt; In supplied or nccurl,
ties shall make "purchases of supplies
or have any doalliiun In securities"
Willi such corporation In the amount
of miiro than $.Mi,0O0 In any una year,
except by cnmpelltlvo bidding under
rcKUluilons to bo prescribed by the
Interstate commerce commission,
Violation of this provision would be
punishable by line not lu exceed rXi,
tXH) ami Imprlsoliiucnt not to exceed
Stays in Washington.
Conurcssiiian IVrcy K (julnn, who
represents the Seventh Contfresslnnul
District, remains at Waslilnittoo at-
tcndlriit to his sworn duties as a rep'
rescntatlve of bis pmplc, notwith
standing there Is an opponct In the
field nualnst him.
Cotiitrcssman Qulnn, however, Is
niaklnu a lively race even If absent
and his friends dectare they are well
abls to look after his Interests, that
his record speaks for him and the
people of his district will re elect hlni
The district represented by Mr,
Qulnn Is comprised of nine counties,
as follows: Adams, Amite, Claiborne,
Copiah, Franklin. Jefferson, Lincoln,
I Ike and Wilkinson. In the primary
or l'.M- he carried seven of these couo
tics losing the elkjth by only six votes.
Curst Old Sorts, Other Remeim Won t Curt.
The wor.l (.uta. no mutter ol how lon ln,li
a-e cm -d b the wonderful, uld reliable lr.
I in -ra Anll.ei.tu- llealini Oil. II relieves
I'aiu and Ilealt at the aamt time. Juc, ll.w
COHT LET THAT COUGH
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GOOD ROADS BILL
READY FOR SENATE r.
U. S. To Issue $500,000,000 In
3 Per Cent Bonds, States
To Do Likewise.
.i..irik't..n July 21 St-n.it if liryaii't
if.K.d ruada ti l, a nuh.iuut f . r the
Mee kli-furd t i:l, a:rerly t,i..et (,y Ihr
llnu.f, an realy tu he rn'.rttd
t i Mm . nue today. The measure
had reet ive.1 the a .rival i f the St u
ate Co inn, It lee of l'itorth-e and l'ul
U . ids
t'ndt r the lermi of Die liiy to hill,
the I'ederal (fo. rniin nl w.u'd IsMie
.Vl year 1 m r rent Ik.ii Is in the amount.
nf (..niHiiuti In ,,t i.f ou,iino,ieH)
caeli (uf live )t ,ir lU fure St tte
could iirl lelpite in tte fumN liny
would he rt-iuired tu siie an f.iial
aiieuiiit i f I . r cei.t hon Is, whn h,
when itt'insiti d In the Treasury tie.
( r t riit'i. I , would he I neli.ined fur
eali, 'I he one jut cent ililTerence
wutild make ui a Mnklni; fund tu ni l
I he SI ale In rel iritiu the honds.
Creation i.f n I der.il highway coin
niNsiun to uiierle the iieri'lil lire
of Mk'liw iy fund. t a feature of the
I'.ry.m liill. The roiiii.il..loii would te
euri.iiised of the i h ilriu in and ineiii
tier of the Senate and lluii.e euiiiuilt.
tee on ruails, the (llrre tor of l he ulllce
of t ulille rm Is and a I'nlted St.i'ei
.ffTTTttf Jll III 1 1 '"Hrf
Fnrn.lhlev lornrl. fclv
neul. Al ler luivini After
the hath. A a (are nowUer. Ai
(oot powder. Really lndrprna
Me. In lifter lop cam. At drug
gluts, IS rent.
I' or Sale ty
LAST OF 18 GANGSTERS IS SHOT
1892 Mississippi Killings Recall
ed By Physician.
Ila.lehurst, Miss, July 21. -The
last of theituiitf of cluhteen murder
ous negroes, who killed J U. liavis,
of llopwcll, Miss., In October, 11U2, Is
Dr. (). Dulatiey, of Dyersbtirg,
Tint) , who lived near the kllllnit
scene, and who narrowly escaped be
ing murdered by the wing too, tells of
the last gangster's death In a railroad
camp at Dycrsburg.
The gangster was shot July Hat
the camp by another negro, and Dr.
1 Hi laney, was called to attend It I tu.
He at once recognized the negro as
one of the gang (Juestlutilng result,
cd In (he negro making contradictory
state incuts about the IHI2 killing.
Dr. Dulatiey enclosed the dead
gangster's photograph In a let ter to
Cipt W. Matbetiey here, who was
sheriff at the time of thegang killing
U Is recalled that the seventeen
other negroes In tlie gang were either
lynched or legally hanged.
VARDAMAN OPPOSES JONES FOR
Chicago Banker Replies to Ad
verse Report of Senate
Washington, July 21 -The Unlit
Over Fresl, lent Wilson's nominations
to the Federal reserve board look on
renewed activity today when Thomas
D. Jones, of Chicago, applied to the
adverse report of the Senate hanking
committee on his nomination. Tbe
minority, which supports hliu, at
once began working on its report
When It Is presented to tlie S nate la
ter this week, a voto may bo forced.
Sanator Vardaman, one of tho Dem
oorats opposing Mr, Jones, Issued a
statement declaring he could not
vole for hi ai.
"1 have the same objectl.ni to him,
and men of his kind, being put in con
trol and man i go tn cut of our banking
and currency system that tho Chris
tian would Interpose to a ragan
teaching theology tti a Christian col
lege or an imperialist administering
laws designed to establish a democra
cy. 1 am sorry the President ap
pointed hlni," he said
Buckltn's Arnica Salvs for Cult, Burns, Sort
Mr. E S. Loper, MarlHii. X Y
writes: "l have never hud a cut, Horn
U'. ...... I i.e dr. It u,. .itt.1 ..... I.,.l .
tietaboxof liuckleti's Arnica Salve!
today. Keep handy at nil tunes for ,
It IIUIIII " IV ..... .I'M, I,T,
Hums, sores, cui.s, i, ninds. rrevenu
Lockjaw. 2.-.C. at your rt rutgist. Adv.
Has Present Lest Pcp:!2rlt1
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'f -tUaritf t (-tte ttl.J, tut.
r.ctt ri it,i j, iG i if true at a.i,
I. lru ii i utit til i j
Tbe Kieoin I' ..r i:ihm iht Mr. !
W,i.ii t.,t.,tr.MiMr .jtv-ietofuoe bt. lib hu.a.e
: if iun .tea be aieit-.ted ta tL'"l uu.,t,truie aa tte rrnraoce of
krfv lrd.y in VAX aol tUU 1 true i iui'o-nti hi tee turner cf aa'.IJ-
ulier b e:.Mi-j ,r ,i4t.r.jf-hfl garden.
vn::i- ,,. ti.- L.,uiia l'-.-t. ! UlIbfO t"fl ti.'i:r
4tlie1 Ibe .i. l rr.liiu.iiMu t' at
accord-1! Mr. U -e:t t y Iht j
ittrr a truirer Ti,.; r,n,k " 1 Be,
f the DemucritiC t irt wanle l Mr
Wily. a oi.rniriatfl f.,r ,-.n -iiin.t, aud
lu Tarununy 11 i l and fc oilier
fiii. Irators brtn aM to foNt Mr.
'Jump Clark ( m the arty at I;!tl
in re, Uie t roiu'i itie are that Ml.
K io.evell woulJ bive been BJ.t lo-
1-1 1 of .en ud ia th it years rresideo-
tlat r ice."
This is true, and yet there wis 00
w.l'l arelaiui Id rtgird to Mr. Wilson's
er ii.ality. lie was reacted and
very generally admired, but he was
re t loL.uUr 111 I'll J asiiih.rtirrat I irty
alers had lieen. liut Mr. WiIm.b
has now beei pre. Merit for iiearljr one
year and a half and during that period
he ha aliuwn puw. r nf leadership be
yond rvm w lut Ii id l.t n claimed by
bis friends, ami ,w. a',1 liy to put
thiougli ct.tigri s. a legislative program
of tremendous Inpurt nice.
Ills policies have ruvoked nppoai.
lion In some q.i triers, and lliecuuntry
has bad Its fur share nf 'calamity
howler, but there Is nut tlie least
douhl that the President lias gained
and not lost tu popularity, regardless
of the popularity or unpopularity of
his party, individually he Is much
stroi.ger before the people than he
was in IIH2. The attitude nf the press
toward hlni, barring a few uialignatits
such ms Hearst arid McLean, Is court,
eous, and eveu such a hidebound wor
shl; er of protection as the San Fran.
Cisco Chronicle says, "tlie ('resident I
an i.onest gentleman Imbued with the
loftiest ideal and glorying In the
great opportunity which h is come to
In 111 to uplift mankind. N. U. States.
"Jotno Home, Sisson, Come Home"
T is Maced 'in m cy goes up from
Mr Sls.ou's frlifhteued supporters nil
over the dlstilct, ' ('oinc h'liiip.Sissun,
come home." Morn. on Is ritigliin the
bell all along down the line, dels
telling the voters itiout nur congress-
nun's vute on various propositions,
none of which surprl.es us more than
Mr. Motrin. n' declaration, which be
asserts Is from the Congressional Ucc
ord, that Mr. Sismn voted to appro
priate tiintiey nut of the federal treas
uiy to supiu(t, a sch'Mil maintained by
I be C.illiolie church. The vote, Mr.
Morrison stiites, was en a proposition
to recommit the bill with Hie view of
striking out the appropriation and
Sisson voted against the recommitting
It was a well (Ixcd faith of nur fathers
th H the church find the State should
be separated and so Qrnily fixed was
this Idea In their minds that It was
written Into tlie federal constitution
Ucgatdlcss of what church controls
the school, tu)! a dollar nf the money
In the I'nlted States treasury should
be given to Its support and miilntc
Mr. Morrison I speaking from two
to three, times every day and there caa
he no doubt that what hesnys lias the
fire of faith and enthusiasm About It.
lie Is one of the best posted men In
the country and is prepared for the
intellgctit h milling uf any matter,
He is being greeted by good crowda
and if there Is not something done to
stem the t ide, he will tie elected by a
handsome majority-Grenada Sentinel
Senate Could Not Muster A
Washington, July 20. Difficulty In
maintaining a quorum in the Senate
was ascribed today by administration
legders as one of the reasons fur de
lay lu consideration of the nomination
of Thomas D. Jones, of Chicago, as
member of tbe Federal Reserve Hoard
"We can't muster a quorum fur
vote," said Senator Lewis, of Illinois
who Is leading the light for Mr. Jones
confirmation. "I hope we can reacli
a vote before the end of the week."
No action was taken la lha matter
today.' Nu word has yet reached the
Committee from Paul M. Warburg, uf
New Yotk, Indicating that he would
appear before tbe committee for ex-
ami nation as tu bis financial aflllla
Two Are Jailed In Mississipp
Clarksdalc, Miss., July 21,-Follovr
mg the llnning of the body or a man
In the lake near Hosedalc, Miss., this
morning, Deputy SberitI Foley and
liistnct Attorney JJan urewer ar
rested Ulcbards Lee and a woman.
A bloody ax wis found Id the wo
man s bouse. Iteddlng In which the
body -was wrapped , was Identified lis
having been in tbe house.
The skull of t lie man was crushed,
and the body decomposed so badly
that authorities have been unable to
determine ss yet. whether he was
white or a negro.
Shamrock On The Way.
Falmouth, F,ng., July 20. Sham
rock IV, Sir Thomas Llpton's dial-
; . . I,-.. . .
' me America cup, rcacneu ,
this port today under convoy of the
; steam yacht Erin. She bad a rough I
passage from Plymouth.
C.'i Y:j Et sr Sj. 2t s
ax a&a i arm. )
la tte (,; ct "rt- 3 i-i i i lk
i:-rt f .V Y !--'. asi t ra
te r-:zls ia -ji'.t Para, I'.i: S
a beau'.-ful l.'.t.e fi,uu.o. Tte fa
U.u l in :. i wait if tfcee.tj
itrr.it J -U.C litrary Lu aoi rcuni
lai trowo, the riffle if it ever fa.l
v.i water c . f.c a iLe ten ler, low
ru noruoaeo, nin,roa ionr
tuU and bead their Lei 1 tuafd it
ml 'l-l. re vine tetieitb, Ksrefresti
at ;!. Wjrlc worn women st. p
near it aol their il.U (aces freshen
at sight of It I aoles with old, drawn
face play aViut It and recover Infan
Tbesu hear tbe sfii.u of the four
eoctiuual streams i f water from 11
Corner, feel th ajoi.t breatti of It,
and the peace and cheer nf it eaters
their tools. Some 1 have seen bending
with thoughtful brows above this In
scription In tbe flagging at the foun
This fountain commemorate the
t.roog and twautiful character of
Jo.ephlue Siiaw Lowell,
(lorn IM1 Died I'jW.
Wire fur one year of a patriot soldier.
A widow at twenty one.
Servant uf New Vera State and City
in their luMic charities.
Sincere, candid, courageous and tender.
Civlog help and I. ope to tbe fainting
and Inspiring others to cou-ecrated
In this limp season of sweltering
days I have seen many persons pause
In tins growing beauty spot of New
lurk and listen to tbe voice o( the
fountain and read tbe Inscription at
Its base, and not one of them but has
gone away with slighter shoulders
aud braver faces. All are heartened
by Its message.
i tie fountain Is an answer to tbe
very cummou question: "What's the
u.e?" We all ask that question at
limes, and we are likely to repeat it
much too often.
We ask It at times wbco life scenit
to resolve Itself into trivialities
"What's the use of doing the same
tiling over and over day after day and
endlessly?" asks the housekeeper.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
rr loeal sppllcatlnna. u th-jr rannol
ri'ai-h th tliaeawil portion of th r.
TlitT la only one wny to cure d.afnf.
jml that la by ennsiitutlnnal rmeille.
l'tafniaa la cauaed ty an Inflamed rondl
ti'n t f th nun-mi llnl nar et th Fuata
flilan Tub. Wht-n till tub la Inflamed
"u hav a ruml.linir aound or Imperfect
l.oiirlna:. nt whi n It la entirety eloaed,
I'eatntn I th result, and unleaa th In
fUmmiillnn run b taken nut nd thia
lull restored to It nnrmnl condition,
hearlnt; will r tlratroyed f.irvrr; nln
rnsra out tit h-n nr rained by Catarrh,
which la nothing but an Inflamed condi
tion rf th murmiB Btirfiu-ea.
We wilt aire One lltinarea Imllars ff.ranrmi of
reftfn-.. o-aii....l by oniarrlethateanni.t h.earaSfe
1111 lalailh Cam Mn4 for ainulan. fraa.
r i ci i skit, a co, Titi, okio. ,
,ta br rmmiu.rie.
tsa LUll'i taaiUf nut fof KClUpaUea.
And 8ometlms Kttntr.
Huogur makes the brain heavier.
"What's the use?" we say to our
selves when benumbed and disheart
ened by a disappointment ur stunned
by a felling blow. "What's the use?"
we ask when a soul we are trying to
lead to heights slips back Into the
This It the way Josephine Shaw
Lowell, a widow at 21, answered the
question In speech and In life: "It Is
always worth while to do our work as
well as we can do It. No matter what
happens to us, tbe work Is there and
should be done, thoroughly, bravely,
with a smile, snd, more than all, with
What If Mrs. Lowell had asked her
self: "What's the user1" and answered
as often as wo are Inclined to do:
"There Is no use." Suppose she had
drifted through life Instead of should
ering ber burdeo and taking up the
march. Suppose she had drifted
through life Instead of shouldering
her burden and taking up the march.
There would have been no cool foun
tain bearing her name as an Inspira
tion to passcrsby. Mrs. Lowell would
answer the question: "What Is the
use?" with "It Is of use not only to do
our work well, but everyone can make
his character Btrong and beautiful
through doing his work."
"Sincere, candid, courageous and
tender." That is what we may become
while doing our work, whether the
work be sweeping a room or striking
the keys of a typewriter or holding an
audience enthralled with a song.
"Hut I am bound dowp by poverty,"
someone answers. So was the woman
whose epitaph Is cut In the brown
stone at the at Mm fool of the foun
tain. She had to work all her life In
the poorly requited services of public
charities. Yet she gave "hope and
help to to the fainting and inspired
others to conserved labors."
1'oor and alone at 21, she made the
two-thirds of her life blossom as the
rose, because she watered that life
with unselfish service.
Remember the little brown fountain
when next you begin to say :' What's
Can Not and Do Hot Touch tfce Lher
Thoy wiy c1Mr cmt tbe .nUntinal trmct,
b'tt do not roliere th dammed -up bit,
wirf atro Way Apple Root (railed Po
donhyllm) ns a lut-reoort bile starter.
It irriprd ((wrfnlly, but fcronnht oat the
bile. PoiUiphTllin with the (ripe takm
oat ta bow to be b4 under the bud
Now is the time to put your
system in good condition:
get prepared for the Spring
and Summer Seasons.
NYAL'S Hot Springs Blood Remedy
Will BENEFIT You Most.
A Freaky World Coming.
A freaky place tl.U world will be In
3,0m) years or to If Ibe prediclluos of
tcteotists come near being fulfilled.
Statistics show lately that girls are
putting an weight right along and
growing taller with a rapidity wblcb
has never been observed before. And,
accord In to all Indications, It teems
that In the somewhat distant future
tbe "female nf tbe specie" will be
much taller than tbe "male." One of
tbe main reason ascribed tu this
development Is the growing love of
of spurts and outdoor exercises on the
part of women. They have more time
to devote to sports, while the men art
at bu-iness Interests.
Careful investigation by tlie Iirltish
association spread over a lengthy
period shows that girls of 11 nowadays
are taller than tbe boys of tbe same
age. The most striking development
of tlie girls takes place between the
eleventh and thirteenth year. Pefore
that the boys and girls are generally
Tbe late Dr. Forbes Wlnslow, a
specialist In mental diseases, held
that tbe Increase In lunacy was so
great that we would all be a mad race
900 year or to. Hut be also thought
that It was possible that the mad
world might give way In time to I
race of genulses a state of affairs,
however, which, In tome people's
minds, would be Just as mad as the
mad era preceding It.
According to Dr. Clement Lucas we
are likely also to become a one-toe
race. In an address which he gave
not long ago before tbe Royal College
of Surgeons he stated that tbe big toe
has undergone a really extraordinary
development, while our other toes,
tint used so much, are tending to be.
come smaller and smaller. If the
world goes on long enough, In a mil
lion year or to the useless outer toes,
being less and less employed, may
h ive disappeared entirely.
Amid so much that Is gloomy it is a
relief to II ud that there Is one modern
prophet what furtells a good tlmecom
lug. M, Jean Flnol, well known
French writer, has cheerful pre
dictions regarding the future of wo
men. "Tbe women of tomorrow,'1 he
says, "will wear no jewelry aud will
not bother their hcads about the
fashions. They will be more elegant
than they are nowadays, but will
have renounced the arts and graces
which they owe to men and to the
favors of fate. The women of to
morrow will be perfect women In
stead of an Incomplete man. "-Chicago
Negress Claimed 120 Years,
Union City, Tetiu., July 18. An old
negress who died here at tlie age of
120yeajs. as far as could be traced
aud who was probably t he oldest per
son In the State, Insisted that she bad
lived through the war of lSI2and that
one of the happenings of her eventful
life was the seeing of General George
Washington and tlie Marquise de La
fayette on their way to Mount Vernon,
Tlie old womau belonged when
child to the Oglesbys, who went to
South Carolina from Virginia. Her
mind was very rilai on the subject of
the war of 1812, but she called It
General Packingham's war, and It Is
supposed by many that she confused
It with the Mexican war, which took
place later. She described clearly the
looks of the soldiers In their dress
uniform and tall caps with cockades
along tbe Hattery and countrymen
coming In to be enlisted. She served
as a maid on a large plantation bt
longing lo a Mr. Miller, who appeared
to have married an Uglcsby. She
commended tbe piety of the Millers
ln glowing terms. lie was a minister
and had a very religious brother who
came down from Massachusetts,
preaching through the country and
holding services on the Miller plantas
lion, which tbe slaves attended. -His
name was William Miller and
he may have been the William Miller
of Pittsfleld, Mass., founder of the
Millerltes or Adventlsts. As a maid
In the Miller household It was the
negro girl's duty to help make the
wearing apparel of the slaves be
longing to tbe plantation. She said
she saw General Washington and his
friend about this ilme. She left for
New Orleans when she was nearly
grown became i dressmaker's maid In
a building at the corner or Carondelct
and Canal. Her mistress, a mysteri
ous "Miss Julia," becoming frightened
at having to see so many fUDeral cor
teges passing on Canal from the hat
liefoips in ine oay, tfffiK her maid and
fed to Nashville. Here It seemed"
"Miss Julia"explred after having lived
( through the "year tbe stars fell."
fi k i sei;me(M
NELSON'S HOUSE 5
CAM AtilK U. - MISS.
"()c. li:u Day. s
MWIAI. M ,TKS
IIY MKKK OH MOTH. '
Modtra Canvtnlawett. Pnan 140 I
tt(MlV4 VI i w
LIGHT HOl'SF. KEEPING.
Invigorating to th Pale and Sickly
Th CM Standard fetierat atrenfthenlaf lonlr,
I.KOVkl TAsrKLfcswt chill TUNIC, drive out
Malaria. enriches the blootl. and bttiUl up the ivi.
Km. A Uut tome. For adulta and chUita. i
It may surprise those whoassncl.ibs
moonshine whiskey only with tbe
southern State mountains to learn
that since the suppression of the con
traband liquor traffic between whites
and natives In the North tbe Eskimo
has himself turned moonshiner. No
touch of romance clings to the busi
ness up there. There are no hidden
stills sending up telltale columns of
smoke from lonely cove or purple
glens; no solitary lookout on some
crag. against the sky with rifle and
gourd-neck horn to sound an ularui
when the revenue raiders come gal
loping over the rim of the hills. Those
who prefer their moonslilning In this
style would do better to stick to tlie
Cuoj ber lands and the Mg Smokhs.
Tbe Eskimo does bis moonslilning In
his Igloo, or Just outside ln his owo
front yard, as It were, under the eyes
of his neighbors. Hi distilling plant
Is a small and primitive affair. He
can bide It in a sleeping bag, or cur
cy It oft In his arms lo the hills if a
revenue cutter shows In tbe ofllng.
Tbe slill itself Is usually an old oil
can; tbe flake-stand, a powder-keg;
tlie worm, a twisted gun-barrel; tbe
reccptable to catch the liguor that
drips from the worm, a tomato can.
He knows nothing of the southern
mountaineer' mash, made from the
meal of sprouted corn. His masb Is
a fermented mixture of flour and mo
lasses. He bolls It by placing under
the still a pan of blubber-ull In which
burns a wick of twisted moss. The
vapor from tbe boiling mash passes
from the still Into tbe worm, where
It is condenced by cold sea-water,
with which the powder-keg is kept
tilled by hand, and trickles out Into
the tomato can an alcoholic llgunr
which tastes like none of the liquors
of civilization, but equals tbe fiercest
of them in intoxicating potency. One
deep swig of this moonshine of the
North will make the usually timid
Eskimos brave enough to face a polar
bear with equally reckless disregard
of consequences. From the World
Prescription No. 6CD ia prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILIS &. FEVER.
Five or six doiet will break any case, snd
if taken then ti tonic the Fever will not
return. It acti on the liver better than
Calomel snd doei not gripe or ticken. 2i
Job Work executed with neat
ness and dispatch at this office.
L. & N. SCHEDULE.
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Pascagoula 7:39 am, arrive Motile
heave Arrlro Arrire
Xewdrleans ram-aeoul Mi.litfe
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No. 3U . 9:35 pm 12:27 am 1:35 am
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No. 1,'t, Lv. Mobile 5 pm, arrive Pasca
goula 6:25 pm, arrive liay St. Louis
Leara Arrive Arrivo
Mobil Paseaitiiiila X Oi li ars
0. 3 2:42 am 3:48 am 7:15 am
No. 37 3:33 am....4:38 am 7:5n hid
No. il 6:45 am 7:56 am 11:50 am
5 1:45 pm 3:04 pm.. . 7:00 pm
1 4:45 pm 5:48 pm 8:55 pm
John R. Watts, Local Agent.
Has Your Child Worms?
Most children do. A Coated, Furred
Tongue: Strong Breath; Stomach
Pains; Circles under Eyes; Pale, Sal
low Complexion; Nervous, Fretful;
Grinding of Teeth; Tossing In S.ecp;
Peculiar Dreams any one of these
Indicate Child has Worms. Get a box
Klckapoo Worm Killer at once. Il
kills the worms the cause of your
rhllrt'a ivtnrtit i.,.. la T ....on unit
" " . II. T ua..ui. "
ai(ia Nature to expel t he Worms, Sup
plied in candy form. Kasy for children
lo take, "oc, at your Drngglsb. Adv.