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Tae aen woo are declaring that
there is no such thing as love are mere
ly testifying that there are some fair
conquerors somewhere whom they
have not yet chanced to meet
Athletes are becoming very expen
sive to the universities. Last year Uo
lumbia university's bill for athletes
was $63,000, which is said to have been
larger than the amount spent by any
other college or university in the coun
try for the purpose except Harvard.
mres thme Ill pemilaa to
woens. It toaee up thdr
general health, oases
Serves, oures these
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TO AMUSE THE SHAH.
Immaterarl to sUm Wo Was au ze
Many stories are told of the shah of
Perls in connection with his last visit
to England. One of these tales, prob
ably more amusing than true, is that
he advised the Prince of Wales quietly
to make away with a certain extremely
Influential duke, as the latter was
growing too powerful to be safe. But
a story which is vouched for is the ac
cnuat of the shah's visit to Newgate
prison. While there be suddenly re
quested to see an execution. He was
eaurteensly informed that at the pree
ent moment there was no one under
gentence. The shah swept away these
trf(ina objections with a wave of his
hand. '"ake one of my suite," said
he. "Any one will do." And he was
woefall r disappointed because the ofm
cials on the spot declined to comply
,With his request. The shah had a mag
naloent collection of Jewels, among
them belng an emerald nearly as large
as a hen's egg. The present shah will
make a continental tour this summer,
visiting England in July. It is said
that he is bringing with him a num
ber of costly and beautiful gifts for
his royal and imperial hosts in all the
places he intends to visit. His tour
will take six months. He intends to
stop in Russia, Germany, Austria
France, Greece and England.
Proverbs uncomplimentary to the
fair sex are common in Spain: "A
woman like a pavement should be well
trampled on to keep in order." "A
weman is like a candle; twist her neck
If you wish her to be good." "Beware
of a b4d woman, and do not trust a
good one." "Crying in a woman sad
limaping in a dog, is all a sham." "A
cock crows on his own dunghibll, but
hems cackle everywhere." (This in
reference to the supposed garrulous
se and inquisitive disposition of the
sex). "Show me a magple without a
spot, and I will show you a woman
without a fault" In English, counter
parts are not wanting-for example:
A woman, a dog and a walnut tree
The more you beat them the better
they be. Mothers-in-law and step
mothers come in for a good deal of
sarcasm; some of the proverbs in re
gard to them will not stand transla
tion. Of a man who is accounted
lucky they say: "If he fell from the
root of a house he would tall on the
top of his mother-in-law."-Chambeii'
The racred fires of India have not
all been extinguished. The most an
eient which still exists was conse
crated twelve centuries ago in com
memoration of the voyage made by
the Parsees when they emigrated from
Persia to India. The fire is fed fave
times every two hours with sandal
rood and other tragrant materials,
combined with very dry fueL
we Time Os mDak Dews.
"There's one fine things about a po
Uical career, after all." "What is
that?" "It keeps all eandidates in
such excellent bhealth."
AN EIGHT-TRAC.K ROLLERLI FP? ' .RIDGE.
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life if to if to I t I~
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The Marine Review prints a descrip
tion of an eight-track roller-lift bridge
to be erected over the Chicago drain
age canal near its junction with the
Chicago River. It provides a clear
waterway for navigation of 120 feet
between the piers, at right angles to
the centre line of the canal. On each
side of the waterway provided for nav
igation is placed a main supporting
pier. These piers are each forty-eight
feet wide. They rest on bed rock,
forty-four feet below city datum. The
A School of Farming
It Will Rial to Raise the Starldard
of Agricultural Methcc . -
IIEN the promoters of the
School of Practical Agri
culture and Horticulture
looked about for a spot
whereild to establish the institution
various places were suggested, but it
was finally agreed that Briarcliff Man
or, one of the most beautiful parts of
Westchester County, N. Y., would be
the most suitable. It will be on a pla
teau overlooking the sixty-six acres
which nave been acquired, and also
much of the land and many of the
buildings on the Brlarcliff Farms,
which will serve not onl; as a beauti
ful picture, but as an inspiration for
The object of the school is "to train
men and women In the methods of hor
ticulture. Horticulture, gardening, poul
try raising and allied branches, that
they may become proficient in the man
laid from the main line to the farm,
and by means of these the shipment of
farm products is facilitated. Near the
railroad are the neat homes of some
of the farm hands, and a short dis
tance beyond these, toward the ridge,
are several large granaries; further
THE MODEL DAIRY.
away, on the main road, is the model
dairy building. Of the 875 head of
cattle on the place, about 400 are regis
tered Jerseys. No other breed Is al
lowed in the herd.
There are several milking stations,
and from these the milk is taken to the
dairy as soon as the cans are filled.
All known safeguards against impurity
are employed, and no milker is allowed
to milk a cow until he has thoroughly
agement of farms, estates, greenhouses
and gardens, and may be able by thor
ough knowledge of the science of the
soil to make the field, through intelll
gent and skilful work, bring forth
abundantly of its great wealth of
beauty and usefulness."
The school will aim to raise the
standard of agricultural methods.
;ractical instruction will be given in
the orchard, garden, greenhouse, poul
try yard and dairy, and students will
be taught "how to overcome and not
be overcome by the many difficulties
beauty and usefulness."
Briarclife Farms occupy a tract ex
tending nlabut four miles north and
south and about three miles east and
west. Tilec railroad tracks have been
washed his hands, and this must be
,lone again before he begins with the
recond cow. The attendants wear
whIte duck suits while on duty, and
Ihose wlho are employed as milkers are
not rll,,::,w-d to go near the barns.
Wlhcn*(1h milk reaches the dairy it is
•n ;itie.l Into a sterilized copper tank
on 1t.e rounmd floor.
There is a large butter room on the
second floor of the dairy, which is
flaisb-d in white enamelled wood,
:uarble and glass, and has an inlaid
marble floor. The milk is forced into
this roo:u frolm below by means of
compress:d air, and is converted into
bulttr, wh~kh is :naced in a large glass
mnd :.arble fitted cold storage room.
Near th, dairy is the largest of five
tnrns. 'l his is occupied by 150 regis
eterd Jersey tows, and although
there are no elaborate decorations in
the ilace, th:e building has been de
ilgn(.l with thie health and comfort of
the cow, it view. Over caclh stall in
,t neat frame is the name and pedigree
THE BUTTER -OOM.
of the occupant. A anit brick is f:lst
ened to the side of the stall, 'wh!,re
the cow may reaci It with case, a::Ni na
water trough. Into which the water
rums automatically, Is a convertient
fxture. There are no mangers, but the:
foud Is placed on lihe floor, antld thi
mm o t the btun tlinlk that h t
iat IW a tthi ittaW te
piers are not solid; in each pier there
are four cavities, which materially re
duce the amount of the required con
crete and masonry. The bridge con
sists of four independent double track
Scherzer rolling-lfft bridges, placed
side by side, with a clearance of six
inches between the adjacent trusses.
The spans may be operated either
jointly or singly, as desired, by two
operators, one on each side of the ca
nal. When it is desired to open the
bridge the centre pins are unlocked by
the animals' food is minimized by the
The offices of the farms are only a
short distance from the barn, and in
an opposite direction, on one of the
broad roads which traverse the estate,
is the pretty boarding house which has
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THE OROGRA&PH, AN AUTOMATIO SURVEYOR.
been erected for the bachelor hands
on the estate. On the ground floor of
this building are a reception room, a
large apartment in which the men
meet after work hours 'o read, play
games or lounge; a dining room and a
well appointed kitchen.
There are about 4W) breeding pigs on
the place, including fine specimens of
Berkshires, Yorkshires and Chester
The poultry department has a large
incubator building, with a capacity of
4500 eggs, and a perfectly equipped
brooder house. There are about 5000
chickens on the place, and the house
where the little ones are kept, which
now contains about 1000 pretty chicks,
is one of the rights of the place.
In speaking of the objects of the
school which will be established near
this model farm, George T. Powell,
the director, said:
"Its purpose is to give a thorough
training in the art of ag:iculture in all
of its details. It is proposed' to pro
duce the finest quality in fruits, vege
tables and flowers, and, in addition to
the production c! a high quality, also
to give special instruction in the es
sential part, that of marketing them.
"We already hay ? trees growing and
small fruits for the use of students.
Landscape gardening is a feature, as
it may be applied to the beautifying of
country homes in an inexpensive man
ner. There is in contemplation a sys
tem of branch schools, where instruc
THE POULTRY HOUSE.
tion may be carried to til farmers of
the State. One day will be devoted to
lectures on specific topics and one day
to practical wor': in the field, where
applications of the principles given
during the first day will be made."
New York Tribune.
SURVEYING BY MACHINE.
The Orograpb, Which Has Been Adopted
by the Army.
Mention was made soma time ago of
the "Orograph," a new instrument
which has been adopted in the United
States Army, and 's intended to take
the place of the engineers' chain and
level in the important work of making
a profile of any road or stretch of
country over which a surveying or rec
onnoitering party is passing.
This machine is shown in the ac
companying cut from the Scientific
.in:eriean. It. COt2sistý of two anlbttnn
tta! ca:rriage wheels1!. one following thee
ut!aer in a single tr:ack, supporting he.
'.'eflr them, and onx one side. R iNrJ
of tnct~hanisw, n ad on the other it sort
,,f t"sh'rfl, This cistern is twenaty-rour
t',r# jgn diameter n on onc-Emnit icah
1-vp. It f Is u 'a rik1ilix ttt dll otet"
t#i'.f ivcrrirj, Whenm ti epenttti tin
means of electrical devices, the spans
are then rolled upward and backward
upon the track girders. The movable
spans are counter weighted so as to be
at rest at an angle of about forty de
grees. This greatly facilitates the
opening of the spans, and also aids in
closing them. The bridge is to be
opened or closed in thirty seconds, by
means of four forty-horse-power elec
tric motors on each side of the channel.
The electric motors are controlled by a
controller in an operator's house.
"Orograph" must be held upright and
not allowed to careen to either side.
As stated, the object of the machine
is to draw upon paper an accurate pro
file of the ground over which it is
rolled, thus furnishing the army engi
neers with all the results of a survey
excepting the onurses and general topo
graphy The principles upon which
the machine is constructed are those of
the perambulator. operating in con
junction with a lever maintained con
tinually in a horizontal position by
floating upon a cistern of mercury.
This lever is twenty-four inches in
length and one-half of an inch thick.
with floats attached to each end, and
has free motion in a vertical plane on
a horizontal axis.
LIKE A CORN POPPER.
Automatice Collection Basket Is the New
est Thing For Church Use.
An automatic collection basket is
one of the newest things for church
use, and. a trial was made of its merits
upon a fashionable congregation at
New York on a recent Sunday. Ac
AUTOMATIO COLLECTION DASKET.
cording to the New York Evening
Journal the device is remindful of a
corn popper. In fact, it might well be
called a "coin popper.
It has a long handle, hollowed, a
wire box or pocket, with a trap-door
arrangement, marked "AA." which
opens when the collector pulls on the
ring marked "E," which connects with
the cord marked "CC," which runs in
the hollow of a handle, and sets again
when he loosens the cord. "DD" shows
the depth of the shallow tray at the
top of the basket.
The contribution when taken up, ac
cording to the inventor of the popper,
remains on the trap ooor until the col
leetor has a change to inspect it before
it is dropped into the basket.
The "Boxer Organization."
The "Boxers" are the scum of the
Chinese population. They have no uni
form organization, nor any official
leaders. Formerly they carried broad
A BO15B, CAUGHT AND COLLAREID.
swords, but now they have well man
aged modern weapons, undoubtedly
supplied by the Imperial family.
Before drilling they throw them
selves on the ground, work themselves
into a frenzy, and then believe them
selves invulnerable. The Empress
Dowager has fostered an otherwise
unimportant movement because of the
wholesale desertions from her army
under General Tung.
The Empress Dowager. who becomes
more intensely anti-foreign as time
iassees has been greatly attuhoyed by
the work of the etrmans il tilao
Chtn, SLhe desireg to ttUse force to stop
the tfm-m meovewmet, aid is resdr w
jet rhe uuqss u jie u
We. laoes Is ahe was,
It will be intesetlag to aote what
marks the present war will leave on
ur manners, customs and language.
A big war has results of this kind.
The wars with Napoleon gave us "Wel
lingtons," "Bluchers," and probably,
the long military, cloak. The Russian
war supplied us with a new name for
girls, "Alma," broke down the military
monopoly of a fringed upper lip, and
made the long familiar sight of his
polished mahogany obsolete for the
Englishman who reached the stage of
his dinner when dessert is laid and the
wine goes round. That war made
mustaches common and "coasters" a
curiosity. The great Franco-Prussian
eampaign had comparatively little so
cial influence on us-probably because
we were hot actual belligerents. We
learned to take interest in maneuvers,
a word which soon superseded the old
"sham fights." As yet the present war
has influenced more our language than
our ctustoms. Trekking, outspanning,
veldt, laager are slipping into use.
Khaki has become a familiar color,
and "colonial" uniform familiar in
our streets. We may each hote for
ourselves these indirect, unobtrusive,
but probably lasting influences of the
World to End this Year.
This is the re'ent decision of one of the
prominent societies of the world,but the ex
acot day has not yet been fixed upon, and
while there are very few people who believe
this prediction there are thousands of oth
ers who not only believe, but know that Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters is the be st medicine
to cure dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
biliousness or liver and kidney troubles. A
fair trial will certainly convince you of Its
"'You ought to take time and he more r-.
Serly." ',Nonsense? I wish I h d back the
time I've wasted in trying to be orderly.',
When a preparation has an advertised repu
tation that is world-wide, it means that
preparation is meritorious. If you go into
a store to buy an article that has achieved
universal popularity like Cscarets Candy
Cathartic for example, you feel it has the
endorsement of the world. The judgment of
the, people is infallible bh.cause it is imperso
nal. The retailer who wants to sell you
"something else" in place of the article you
ask for has an ax to ;;rind. Don't it stand
to reason? lie's trying to sill something
that is not what he represents it to be. Why?
Because he expects to derive an extra profit
out of your credulity. Are you easy? Don't
you see through his little gam'? The man
who will try and sell you a substitute for
Cascarets is a fraud. Beware of him! He is
trying to steal the honesty earned benefits of
a reputation which anoth"r business man
has paid for, and if his ,.onsciene wi.l allow
him to go so far, he will go tarther. If he
cheats his customer in one way, he will in
another and it is not safe to do bus.ness with
him. Beware of the Cascaret substitutor!
Remember Cascarets are never sold in bulk
but in metal boxes with the long-tailed "C"
on every box and each tablet stamped
C. C. C.
"Well, Bobby, did you have agood trip with
your father?" No, ma, he put my clothes on
me hind side before ev'y morning."
Ladies ('an Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot,
Ease, a powder for the feet. It stakes tight
or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot
sweating, aching feet, ingrow!ng nails, corns
and bunions. At all druggists and shoe
stores, 25c Trial package FREE by mail.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
"Miss Dodkins wrote to me after I quit
writing to, her." "Did she ask for a recon
clliation?" 'No, she said she didn't want me
to write again, but she wanted to know why
I had quit.
The organ grinders don't carry monkeys
any more." "No, the monkeys have got so
human that they've beguu to steal the pen
Have you ever experienced the joyful sen
sation of a good appetite? You will if you
chew Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti.
:The courts will back us up in making cook
pay forall china she has smashed for us."
'That may he, but the courts won't hunt us
up another cook."
Mrs.Winsl,,w's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. toftens the gums. reduine infiama
tion,allays nainu cures wind colic, 25oa oottle
Two hundred and fllfy of the Paris police
are mounted on bicycles. They carry a saber
on the h .ndle in the daytime and a revolver
rv'trsA raziLXs Uis do not stain
the hands or spot the kettle. Sold by all
You can always tell when a girl is in love
When you catch her smiling at nothing, she
acts as foolish as a man when you catch him
scratching his wooden leg.
Rev. H. P Carson, Scotland. Dak., says:
"'Two hottles of Hall's ('ataitrrhi Cure complete
ly cured my littl4 girl." Sold by l)ruggists.,75c.
"Did the ofRfice boy say what made him go
so slow on that import' nt errand?" Yes, he
said he didn't feel like hurrying."
FITS rermanently cured. No fits or nerveousess
miter first dsy's nie olD r. Kline's Grelt Nerve
Restorer. 1 trial bottle snd treatise free DR. K.
H. KLjS, Ltd., Kit Arch St., lhila., Pa.
':The census man was so kind; he didn't ask
me how old I was." ' H-, didn't!" ' No, he
Just asked me what year I was born in."
To Cure a Cold In On,,e I5v.
Take IAXATIVE BROMO Qr'lNtNS Tast.rs. Alt
druglt~'s rerfnd th, m In .y If it fails i,, curs.
I.W.W Oaova' sitniturr is in each b0ox. lc
A good many men's hearts are like walrmp-
bigger when they are born and getting small
er and meaner the older they get,
H. H. Green's Sons, of Atlanta. Ga.. aretbe
only sncies.flti Dropsy Spe laliste In th
world. Seo th ir liheral offer in advertis.
ment in aniteer rolumn of this nsacr.
A woman is like a looking-glass. bWhen
you get behind her reflections t .ere is noth
I am sure Piso's ('ure for Consumption saved
my life three years sgo.--?1is. THOS. ilOB
511(5 Map.leSt. iNorwich. N. Y., Feb. 17, 1l00.
Myson is my son till he takes aivife. but
my daughter it my daughter all the days of
Write Dr. C. J. Moolett., St. Loutis, Mo., for
his valuable little TEETHINA Wash-List ook.
'h" South African warils making the tin.
plate workers of Birmingham, England, un
Thea blt P~relcriptlon for ChUls
-ad Fever is a bottle of Oaova's Tasvltmu
Cant. Toxlo. It its simply Iron and quinine in
a tisaeleas form. .No cuar--no pay. Ple No.
stockholm University has granted the first
degree of doctor of medicine given to a wo
man in Sweden to a Fraulein Anna Stecksen.
"Don't you sometimes feel a twinge
of self-reproach in connection with
this Puerto Rican matter?" "To tell
you the truth," answered Senator
Sorghum, "I do. Every now and then
I half suspect that we didn't get quite
as much out of that deal as we might
Agatant Her PrlelpteL.
"It is all over between us," said Miss
Dinsmore, firmly, to Mr. Dolley. "Take
your ring." "Keep it," replied Mr.
Dolley, mournfully. "I couldn't think
of such a thing. It is my invariable
rule to return the ring when I break
an engagement," said MispDinsmore.
A Link In the FPast.
Mrs. Alexander Capperton, who died
in Kirkhili, Scotland, the other day,
was one of the few links connecting
the present with the time of Sir Walter
Scott She entered his service when
sixteen, and remembered hearing his
heavy footfall on the stairs at five
every morning when he came down for
his buttermilk and porridge. She was
with him when he died and received a
lock of his hair from Mrs. Lockhart.-
No man is constiered smart after
,onle discover how he did it.
I PI. I It.,
keep forever taking harsh cathartics, as salts,
laxative mineral waters, and unknown mix
tures. The way to cure constipation, bilious
ness, sick headache, dyspepsia, and other liver
troubles is to take laxative doses of the best
liver pill you can buy, and that's Ayer's.
Ayer's Pills will never
Abuse Your Liver.
They are laxative pills, purely vegetable;
they act gently and promptly on the liver, pro
ducing a natural, daily movement.
25 cents a box. All druggists.
"For ten years I suffered terribly with stomach trouble. I never
could retain all my food and had many ha~ hemorrhages from the
stomach. ¶ then began taking Ayers Pills. They promptly cared
me, and I feel extremely grateful to you.G"- GooD. Pro
prietor Washington Ho s. iWaahagto. IaMarch i, zo.
• The man who smokes
SOld Virginia Cheroots
* has a satisfied, 'glad I have got it" '
* expression on his face from the time "
he lights one. He knows he will
Snot disappointed. No matter U
* where he buys one-Maine or Texas, _
Florida or California-he knows they
m will be just the same as those he gets t -
* at home-clean-well made-burn
* even--taste good-satisfying!
SThree hundred million Old Virginia Chroots smoked tai 0
* year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3foer5 cast.
DR. IOFWrrT'S A kftlpiatslsADssU
,I. aEETHIN TeltiA u Eay.
A ;,Tre.su e Chieam lat
Costs sl' 25 eots at .r Nists, ANY AOt.L
o. o a Or rtr mes a .. MOPPETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. M&
There are several small islands in
the Pacific ocean that belong to Eng
land. A vessel was wrecked during a
storm on one of these islands, and it
was necessary to get word to Aucklknd.
Carrier pigeons were used. They car
ried the messages and brought return
messages. This success led to the buy
ing of a large flock of carrier pigeons,
who were trained for the work on these
islands. Each bird can carry four
messages, each written on paper of
a certain quality and size. When four
messages are ready, a bird is sent off.
Each message costs either one shill
ing or sixpence. These pigeons are
The summer's awful heat will kill those
Snot fit to resist it--thos whose bodies are full
'I! of poison because they have neglected their
' ' bowtels.
The victims of sunstroke, or of any of the
other terrible dangers of summer-diarrhoa,
dysentery, cholera morbus-are always those
who have been careless about keeping dean in
A side, and as a result have their blood full of
rotten filth breeding disease germs and their
bodies ready with weakness to succumb to ths
// hot spedl. Dizzimness, heat headaches, sick
,stomachs, sticky oozing IN-smelling sweats, -
restless nights, terrible pains, gripes and cramps
In the bowels, sudden death on the strt, all
result from this negiect.
Keep yourself clean, pure and helthy in
side, dbinc td as it were, withdASU
CANDY CATUARTIC, the greatest autiseptic
bowel tonic ever discovered and you will find
that evey orm of summer disease will be
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