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THE AHftUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1000.
McCASKBIN & McCASKBIN
Attorneys st X.w
; Kocx 11 una asd sfBan. Hoc lusnd offle
oterKreU & Math's stor. KUwi offle on
Main street. - '
B C. COWWSLLY. B.O.OOWBWXT
. CX)NNELLY & CONNELLT.
Attorneys at Uw.
More 7 loaned Office over Thomas drag
store, corner of secona irin
JACKSON & HUEST,
Attorneys t Law.
Office In Book 11 an 3 National Bsn Build
mm. L. LCDOLPH. ROBT. BTOIJ36.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys t Lw.
Money to loan. General legal buslnei. No
tary PUDUO. I'VO OODUIiU btouuw,
B. D. SWBSBBT. O. L. WAlgs
SWEENEY A WALKEK,
Attorneya and Counsellor at Lav
nir.ee in Becgaton Block.
C J- HIAKLI,
States Attorney. -
SEAKLE & MARSHALL.
Attorneya at Law
Transact a general legal business
McENlRY & McENIRY
Attorneys at Lsw
Loan money on rood security: wake eollee
Inn. Refcrer.ee. Mitchell & Lj-nae, bankers
Office, Mitchell A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island. Room 4
nltebell A Lynde building.
F- H. FIRST, M- D
Physician and Surf eor.
Kbnte 4 on iwrr. Office, SM Twentieth
street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m.; 2toacd
7 to H p. m. Sunday. 8:30 to 80 a. m.; I'M to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
. . - . . . . itaN inu
throat. Ofttce hours 30 to 12 a. m., I to t P
tn. 121 Sixteenth street. Kock Island
I. B. BUKKBART, M. O .
. MBS. HADA ST. FCBSHABT, M. t-
DBS. BURKHAliT & BUUKUABT.
Offlce Trerxann block. Office hours 8 to IT
a. in., 1 to 6 and 7 to p. m. 'l'hone No. VMi
Kock Jxlund, ill. Mgut oU answered frou
C. T. FOSTER. M. D-
Physician and Surf eon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. ORlee hours: 6 toll a. ox,
f top m. and 7 u W p. m Night oaiia from
oir.ee Pnone 40M.
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Ail diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a sclentitio manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly alientled to. Residence.
IttM Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Offlce
and lntlnnary, H15-l17 Fourth avenue
(Maucker's stable), opposite No. 1 Ore house
DR. H. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert in the treatment oi
nervous, private and ail chronlo diseases of
men and women. ..,.
Hours: 10 to 12. 1 o 4. 8 to 8. Sundays 10 to 12
Harrtaon and Second streets, opposite new
DR- M- A. UOLLLNGSWOBTH,
OfT.ee. Harper House Pharmacy. Ntghtcalls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell A Lynde building
Office hours from S to U a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:30 to IS a. m., 1:30 to 4:80 p. m
fttf Flxctesxtb street. Opposite Union offlce.
DRACK A KERNS.
Arcbitects and Pupertntenasnte
HENRY GAETJK, Irop
Ont flowers ao4 Designs of aJQ KlcOs-
C:ty ssnre. 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAKCKACTCRES OF
Sash, Doors, Eiinda and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
DKALEE8 I If
Single and Double Strength Window
"gIass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
be?vEl6MeenU, Rock Island.
Constant coughing is Yfry annoying,
nr;d tiie r-oatinuotu hacking and irri
tation will soou attack anil injure the
delicate lining of the throat and air
pruagf-s. Take advice and use Dr.
Eali'u Congh Svrup in time. This
wonderful remedy will cure yon.
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
Do.-e air :n.-Jl a:j.l pleasant tJ take. Doctors
rtcoiauttiii ii IricciiO. At all druggists.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. KOCK ISLAND JC .PACIFIC
Railway T.ckeis can ' pu:-ca?rd or
bagtraf! ci.ecfc ed at K Li. P. Tweutle'h street
depot. :'. Ii. 1 P. depot comer Fifth ave
nue ami i u.r:y-urbi street, rr.'.n.t ii num-
I kast. w KT.
Denver Lloji'trd . Otuub..
Ft. tt'ortb. IenverdiK.C.
Umuba :iu(3 Ie Moines
tOmaha & M'nneafoiw
Omaha &. IH s Mninwi Us..
. 3:10 art.; HrCo am
. h:t am'
M iu tm
ZlH-nvrr, Lincoln c Omaha I1-V uw.
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benver.i Incoln & Omata. .! ::'a amj
Oei Moinet Fjipress ;l:l mi
liock Isiand & Bureau Ac. i !.'! pin1'
St. I3Ui A M!nnepJis :t:iy am,t
uenver. r t. vi or' n tk. ..' n: amn
10: to pm
rKaDsns C'1l v St .loe Ji Lnvril pm
;Ko;k I-laud& Wasbinirton 'I't'o pm
Chicago v Ue M ii:es . . -I:lh f.m',i
Rook Iland i Bronklvn ac R:: pn
:Ooiaba& Kock Island C:' pm
tCblcaio. Jt Daveppfjrt I
Arrival. i-Departure. tUi!v. excent Sun-
llUlJV Cll CUV dUIUdl. Mil UkUC.B A tki , . A C7J
epUone 10k !.
IIURLIXOTOX ROUTE C.. B- Q- RAIL-
v-Uepot Hrt avenue it
street. M. J Yountr. avent.
St. I SpriDKlieM l'eorla.
Bur. Quln via Monmouth 8:53 am 7:15 pm
Chieauo. istenlnjr Clintons
Dubuque t 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria. Warcstown. Mur :
llnefn. Denver and west 2:45 pmll:58 am
St. Pauli Mloneapoli.s 7:o pm 8:15 am
Sterlin ".Clinton & Dutmrjue 7:50 pm't 8:40 am
St. I... Kns t. Lienver &
Pac coast via !a esbur 7:15 pm 6:55 am
iJaily. tDally except Sunday.
fHICAOO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
railway ftaeln i Souto western Division
Depot Tvrcm U-rh street. rv-tween First and
secoiiC avenues. v . w. Hrecklr riu?e, Atent.
7 A') am U:I5 pm
4:uo pm ll::iO am
1:50 am 9:30 am
St. Hiiul Express.
rTel(f lit and aeeom . .
Dally except Sunday.
rjOCK ISLAND & PEORIA RAILWAY
Depot First avenue and Twentieth street
M. A. I'atteraon, General Pasenxer Atenc
I I ttTE. A'KBIVB
api trneld, Ciucinuuti, Peo-j
na. cto :
fl:05 am 6.40 pm
Peoria. faprinif!!e!d. St. L
Ac.(ai Past Frelt'ht
Peoria. NpriaRlleld. Cincln-;
Peoria Accom Freight
Cahle & Sber. ard Accom .
Pa sender trains leave C. R I. & P. (Moline
avenue depot live (5) minutes earlier than
time Klvcn. Trains marked da'ly. all otner
trains dail; except Sunday.
Best Dining Car Service.
Tom A. Marshall
TrLSPrtONe me rouxw.'N6
CT. ZS AMD TOWHSArABOUT
lS TCU6RAPH RATCS.
Miilv rvburt:, I U.
MU I l-ant, Iowa,
New Boston, IU.
New Windfor, 11L
North Bradenuu, III.
Fort Byron, IU.
Caicbrui c. 111.
C.lumtu Jc Iowa.
Ctslar Kapitlrs Iowa.
I K Moine. Iowa.
Fort MaJivon, Iowa.
rralrie city. ill.
FmriA, 1 U.
Kock Inland, IU.
hnii Creek, IU.
lit. Aocusliaa, 111.
Tajrlor Kid, VJl
WaUint Grove, lu.
R apeilo, Iowa.
v est Liberty, Iowa.
late City, 111.
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PROVISIONING AN ARMY.
Some Details of the British Com
missariat In South Africa.
HOW TOMMY ATKI53 WILL BE TED.
Poor Months Supplies Always to Be
Kept on Hand Ml the Seat of War.
Importance o( Jam as a, Ilealtby
Food Provisions For Horses and
The truth of the old saying that "an
army marches on Its stomach" Is evi
dently realized by the war office au
thorities if one may judge from their
arrangements for provisioning the
troops in Soutu Africa, says a corre
spondent of the London Times. The
basis of those arrangements is that
there should be four months' supplies
always available at the seat of war for
11G.0OO troops and native transport
helpers and 51.000 horses and mules.
At the present moment there are only
three mouths" supplies on hand in
South Africa, but the additions neces
sary to bring the totals up to the four
months" limit are being dispatched
with speed, and that limit, once reach
ed, will lie maintained as long as may
be thought necessary.
Of the enormous quantities of food
evhieb go to make up a four months'
supply for this number of men and an
imals few persons can have even the
remotest idea. The one Item of pre
served meat alone stands at 12.0O0.oo0
Iounds. and of biscuit there is the
same quantity. Coft'ee stands at 400.-
000 pounds, tea at 2OO.O00 pounds, sug
ar at 2.200.000 pounds, compressed
vegetables at SOO1.000 pounds and salt
at 400.000 pounds. One article of diet
which Uas been found particularly
suitable for troops on actrve service is
a preparation of meat aisd vegetables
cooked together. Of this a single con
tractor is sending tins at the rate of
half a million, each month. Of con
densed milk, sweetened and unsweet
ened, the four months' supplies repre
sent 3G0.00O tins.
Particularly interesting is the Item
of Jam. This commodity was first giv
en to British troops in the Sudan expe
dition of 1S-S4 and 1SK. a ad it was aft
erward supplied to the Asuianti expedi
tion. It was reported on very favora
bly on each occasion, for not only was
it regarded with favor by the troops,
but It was found to be a distinctly
healthy food, especially 011 account of
Its antiscorbutic properties, an impor
tant consideration in the absence of a
good supply of fresh vegetables. Jam
has therefore taken las permanent
place as one good thing among others
for troops to tight 011. sxnd the qunntl
lies to be kept in SourJi Africa as a
four months reserve anuount to no less
than 1.4 oO.Ooi pounds, consigned In
tins each containing a single pound
In regard to liquids tlse list provides
for S0.0O0 gallons of rum. 12,000 bottles
of whisky. ;;2.0O0 iKttlos of port wine.
nearly 40O.OOO pourds of lime Juice, a
vast quantity of "-sparklets" for mak
Ing soda water and tons of alum for
purifying spring or river water of
which the quality may be doubtful. Of
tobacco the quantity Kent out by the
war office for the four months is 40,000
pounds. The troops have to pay for
the tobacco supplied Ixy the war office.
doing so at the rate of 1 shilling per
pound. Of ordinary hospital supplies
the quantities are based on the suppo
sition that 10 per cent of the troops
are always either sick or wounded.
though -happily this percentage Is never
reached. In the way of disinfectants
also It Is assumed that during each
four months there will or may be re
quired 0.000 pounds of carbolic acid
powder. 20 tons of chloride-of lime, 10.-
000 pullons of izal and 1( tons of Mc-
Dougall's disinfecting powder. Still
another Item on the list ks that of 80.-
000 pounds of candles. !r the horses
and mules there are prcrvided for the
same period 25.000 tons of hay. 31,000
tons of onts and 3,000 tons of bran.
Closely associated with the subject of
supplies Is, of course, the fnrther Im
portant question of the transport ar
rangements by means of which the
food can be properly distributed among
the troops. Rut here, trio, the arrange
ments are working with commendable
smoothness. The open secret of tlvis
smoothness lies in the fact that the
army service corps was sent out in
such good time. On the present occa
sion the army service corps reached
South Africa well In advance of the
great body of the troops and as far as
could lie got things ready for them. A
company of the army service corps is
now, or will be, attached to each divi
sion and one to each brigade, forming
the nucleus of the transport arrange
ments thereof, supplemented by native
Then, again, the army service corps
men require for the proper performance
of their duties as food distributors a
large -supply of mules and wagons.
With regard to mules, parties consist
ing each of two officers and two veter
inary surgeons were sent out some
months ago to North America. South
America. Spain and Italy to make In
quiries as to what mules could be pur
chased In case of need, and as soon as
war broke out cable messages were
sent to these parties to buy up at once
whatever suitable mules they could
get. At the same time arrangements
were made for the chartering of ships 1
which would proceed to the respective J
ports and take the mules direct to1
South Africa. In this way from 1S.0O0 1
to 20.000 mules were purchased, and it '
Is believed that these have now an ar
rived at the seat of war.
Flappy Times la Mlcbljraa.
Dnck picking bees are now the rage,
says tLe Reading (Mich.) Telephone-
.Netrs, MU new reather beds are
BATTLE OF MANILA BAY.
Orderlr Hlckey Corrects Some Mis
statements Krttrilisf It.
William A. Hiekey, the San Fran
Cisco boy who was an orderly to Ad
uiiral Dfwey at the battle of Manila
Bay, has arrived from Charlestown
navy yard and is a guest of his uncle,
Thomas J. McBrJde of San Francisco.
During the great sea tight Hickey
was stationed at the spakiug tube on
the after bridge of the Olympia and
was kept busy sending orders to vari
ous parts of the hip. says the San
Francisco Examiner. Shortly after
the news of the victory reached the
United States a New York artist made
a hit with a cartoon of a fat sailor
puffing at a cigar as he leaued up
agalmt a gun on board the Olympia
and observing with a wiuk and a
smile. "We didn't do a thing to 'em.1
The title of the cartoon was "Jim
Hickey at the Battle of Manila."
"The picture was the artist's crea
tion." said Mr. Hickey. "and the name
by accident happened to tally with
mine, but nevertheless we all indorsed
the sentiment credited to the imagi
nary sailor wllo began smoking as soon
as the guns got through."
Mr. Hickey has a handful of letters
from various parts of the United
States addressed to "Jim Hickey of
the Olympia" and filled with humor
ous and patriotic suggestions.
"I have seen many stories of the Ma
nlla bay affair," said he, "and, I have
yet to see one that properly quotes the
admiral's order to begin the fight. The
words usually given are. 'Gridley, if
you are ready you may fire. What Ad
iniral Dewey actually did say was
Orldley, you may lire now.' The fact
is that the range finder had instructed
the gunners, and for many minutes the
ship was in perfect readiness to open
fire. The admiral knew that every
thing was ready."
Hickey left San Francisco on the
Olympia four years and seven months
ago and kept a diary of the vessel's
long cruise of 38.000 miles and espe
dally of the history making part of
the ship's experience. He possesses
a number of snapshot photographs of
scenes on the flagship during the en
gagement. as well as a painting by a
Japanese artist who was an eyewit
ness of the great battle.
MINING EXPERT ON BOERS
Albert Holder Says They Will Leave
NolhlDR For British to Capture.
Albert II. Holder, F. G. S.. mining
engineer and special correspondent of
the Keuter Telegraph company, who
was for uiiiuy years inspector of puU
lie works in the South African Repub
lic, Is in Ottawa. Ont.. from Dawson
City, to which place he went a jear
ago in the interest of his company
says the Chicago Times-Herald. He
predicts that the war in the Trausvaal
will last at least two years and that
before giving-, up Johannesburg the
Boers will destroy mining property
worth $3,000.0110100. Mr. Holder is
an artillery officer, holding the rank of
major in the German army, and he
was an artillery instructor to the Boers
two years ago. He states that the
Boers had then 15 German officers, 40
French and 40 Russians, who were all
"The Transvaalers." Mr. Holder
said, "have got the country thoroughly
fortified. Pretoria itself is defended
by two powerful forts, aud there are
five lines of mines and enormous in
trenchments, anst the ground all around
and about the Transvaal capital Is fur
rowed with mines of lyddite and other
high explosives. The siege of Pre
toria will be another Metz. That
stronghold kept the German army.
numbering 200,000. at bay for eight
months. The siege of Pretoria will
last much longer.
"Johannesburg is not so well fortl
fied. but the last thing the Boers will
do before they'are entirely vanquished
will be to raze that city of the tlit-
landers to the ground, to leave not a
building standing. They will also blow
up the mines aud ruin the machinery
to avenge themselves upon the capi
talists, who, they claim, have provok
ed the war. This has for years been
the prearranged plan, and steps were
long ago taken to effectually carry It
out whenever the time arrived to com
pel that course."
o More 7f itroul yeerln Powder.
The manufacture of nitroglycerin
powder for the use of the army will be
abandoned, and the army ordnance de
partment will adopt a pure soluble cot
ton powder similar to that nsed by the
navy. The decision for this change,
says The Army and Navy Journal, was
brought about by an accident which
recently occurred at Sandy Hook while
testing a O inch gun and while rising
the smokeless iowder made for use In
8 inch guns, but with the grains cut in
half. The charge on this occasion gave
a pressure of over 80.000 pounds, which
exceeded the pressure gauge- of the
gun. Several parts of the breech mech
anism were Injured.
A grand tour of 1.100 miles for mo
tors of every description has been or-,
ganized in London In order to place the
automoton and Its capabilities before
the public In a manner at once Inter
esting and practical. The tour will be
from London to Edinburgh and will
take place next March. The route will
be a zigzag one in order to attract the
general attention of the country, says
the Buffalo Commercial. There will
be nine one day exhibitions at the same
number of important provincial towns
en route, and gold, silver and bronze
medals will be awarded as prizes.
Of Interest to the Convivial.
One thing that Interests the conviv
ial reader of war news Is the proximity
: of laagers to neks In the Trans vaaL
I Indianapolis Journal.
Bucks and terrapin.
Epicurean Delicacies Ordered by
an English Lord.
KEELED TOE A DINNER IN LONDON
Sir Arthar finest Ilaa Sent to Phtla
- deluhla For the Famoas American
K Delicacies and For an America
Chef to Prepare Them For Ills Ts
Die The Cost. d
Mar good digestion wait on appetite.
Behold a victory for the toothsome
canva shack duck and the iridescent
diamondback terrapin! That whic
dies aloft amid the blue vault of heav
en and that which dives deep down in
sluggish streams alike are to be
slaughtered to make a Londou holiday,
says the Philadelphia Press. America,
tired of sendiuj; heiresses to London,
now switches off to duck and terrapin,
and great is the Joy of the epicure
Sir Arthur Guest of London tasted
the glorious, palate tickling terrapin in
this prim Quaker city some years ago.
He also Indulged iu cauvasbaek due
in Philadelphia, aud he vowed a great
oath that some fair day. his friends 1
England should partake of these fa
famed culiuary triumphs of Philadel
He cculd travel anil eat to his uttermost fill.
But the tusle uf tl.c terrapin clung to him still
And so- It came about the other day
that Mr. Lawrence MeCormick of the
Bellevue received a note from Si
Arthur Guest saying that his lordshi
Intended to give a dinner of 40 covers
In Londou about the middle of January
and that he wanted terrapin and can
vasback duck in sufficient quantities
and not only to send the terrapin and
duck, but that the Bellevue was to
send one of its chefs to Sir Arthur
Guest's kitchens, and by the present
of the august Bellevue chef the dell
clous bits of epicurean delight could be
prepared as only a chef could prepare
And so Mr. MeCormick has sent Sir
Arthur Guest a letter saying that cook
and edibles would arrive on time. Ten
days before the dinner party in Lou
don the chef and his precious cargo
will embark, and four days before the
dinner that chef will be iu his lord
ship's kitchens getting acquainted with
the pots aud pans and other homely
receptacles necessary to prepare dishes
fit for the Olympian gods themselves.
Of course Sir Arthur Guest ha a. said
nothing whatever about cost cost
doesn't count where canvashack aud
diamondback . are concerned. But
merely to show how expensive two
courses can be made when you orde
your cook and inc identals In Philadel
phia and serve them in London, hen
are some pretty figures:
It takes 20 terrapin to tickle 40
palates and terrapin nowadays are $
apiece on account possibly of the dia
monds ou their backs. But 7 time:
20 gives us $140 as the cost of the
shelled back delicacy. Then the can
vasback duck is a very expensive fowl
It feeds on celery roots along the Mary
land shore ami celery is a rather ex
pensive diet, even for a duck. And so
these birds are wortli $0 a pair, and
there will be 20 ducks, or ten pair,
which means $t'iO for ducks. And then
our dear friend the cook. There are
four chefs at the Bellevue, and one of
these will go to England. His wages
are $300 a month, and he will spend
$200 for a round trip ticket.
Now we have the mere cost of this
chef - duck - terrapin expedition and
without any of the frills of profit put
on. And here's how the mere cost
Wages of chef
Round trip ticket
Twenty cuntasback ducks-
Total cost $700
These $700 merely represent the ac
tual cost of, things, and no mention is
made of brandies, sherries and the hun
dred details of culinary wants. Add
$100 for them and we get $S00 for the
cost ouly the cost, mind you of can
vasback duck and diamondback terra
pin for 40 people. And when you pay
$20 a head for such delicacies then it
shows how necessary some luxuries
The chef Is tickled to death at the
Idea of showing the Englishmen how
the wonderful canvasback Is prepared
and the egg gorged terrapin Is served
And he's lying awake o' nights to
rightly rehearse his famous formula so
It will come to him letter perfect In a
strange and foreign clime, for the chef
is the principal article of Import In
this strange gastronomical expedition.
Diamondback terrapin has been known
In "dear Lunnun," but it Is usually
prepared here and canned. Then you
heat the can In boiling water and
think you have terrapin.
Canvasback duck, too, have they In
London. Shot and shipped within 48
hours of its airy demise, it arrives In
London In fair condition. But the
London cooks don't know what to do
with the fowl when they get it, and
hence the chef, the real Americanized
French chef, who goes to Albion to
show epicures that a hot bird differs
from a canvasback and that diamond-
back terrapin Isn't turtle.
Th terrapin of toothsome taste.
And diamond on his back,
Knw crosses o'er a trackless wast
To England's wasteless tract !
The canvssbsck with spreading wing
Beloved by you and me
flow doesn't do s blessed thing
But go across the sea !
The bird that in the air doth raise.
The thing that dines below.
Bow wend their epicurean ways
And OS to England go!
And s-t to strut with visage flue, I
But tit with toothsome sest.
And find s grave ia foreign clime, '
Beneath a lordship's vest!
NO BITTKR TASTE.
SO SUBSTITUTE CSF.D.
If you cannot obtain it from your dealer write or oall on the wholesale agents.
LEMBURG & DETLEFSON. Rock Island.
A large and choice selection of new mouldlntjs,
at the art store of
ADAMS WALL PAPER
JOSH M. PABIDOkT.
PAIflDON & SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Rhoo 419 Rflvnntoenth fit
Lord I.u n m U o tv n e Visits Turner.
No one was admitted to Turner's
house Iu Queen Anne street uuless spe
cially iuvited. There was a sort of lit
tle iron grille in the center of the front
door, through which the old house
keeper used to look aud see who was
there. As an example of the rarity of
visitors the late Lord Lausdowue,-who
was a great lover of art aud a friend of
Turner's, told me that after receiving
no answers to his letters he resolved to
beard the lion in his den. lie there
fore went ami knocked at the door,
when a shock head appeared at the
Iron grating, and its owner called out,
"'Cat's meat. I suppose?"
"Yes, cat's meat," answered his
lordship aud squeezed himself In.
"Millais Life of Turner."
The Aged Minister. -
If his work be in a city church. It
Is a grave question whether any min
ister can' now discharge it with cfli
clency who Is much above 50 years
of age. The multitude of details in a
city parish, the excitement of the life,,
the severe demand upon the mind aud
the heavy burden of responsibility call
for a man Iu the prime of life, with
an alert intellect aud an unfailing
budy. Ian Maclareu In Ladies' Home
Took Their Places.
Here is a story which Ilaron Dowse,
the celebrated Irish judge, once told
in that exaggerated "brogue" which he
loved to employ:
T was down In Cork holding assizes.
On the first day, when the jury came
in, the officer of the court said. 'Gintle-
men av the Jury, ye'H take yer accus
tomcd places. If ye plaze.' And may I
never laugh," said the baron, "if they
didn't all walk Into the dock."
An I nLuon n Hero. ,
La Gacetn. published in Guadala
jara, part In English and part la Span
ish, prints in a prominent place the
Will the gentleman who embraced my wife st
the entrance to the postoffiee about 9 o'clock
Tbursdav evening please send me his photograph
for my "Album of Heroes? lie will greatly
oblige. J. L
Mexico Two Republics.
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war. It caused horrible ulcers that
no treatment helped for 20 years
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Exposure to a sudden climatic
change produces cold in the head
and catarrh is apt to follow. Pro
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cleanses and cures. Cream Balm
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ISEI.OW A UK (ilVKN A
A leadiiiir feature of Tiiic Athm ic
during the liratslx iuontbsof I'.Uowlil be
of W. F. Stlllman.
Mr. Stlllmun's career a nrtlst editor.
and newspaper correspondent in vurl
ous foreign countries has brought him
Into touch with miiuv or the mom strik
ing perNoniiKCN snd events of Hm lust
tlttv years. The e.iriy papers of the
series ifive slngulurly Interest Inir ehur-acterlz-.itloi
8 of Dr. Nof . lli fitniouH
l'resioent 01 Union College, of ltu-.lt 1 11.
Turner and ojher English and American
artists, of Kossuth, whom Mr. Hiillroun
nerved as secret ukcui, of Kuici-noii.
Holmes, Lowell, AkussIx and other
members of the Adirondack Club.
One of the most Imporlunt features
ol '1 ik A tlantu ' for iwm will be the
publication of a lare number of Short
Stories of the first quality, t'onspicu
ous among tnese win be Msoit Kvoivii.
by Henry .lnuies. Thc:re will also'l.c
stories by Knte loiiglu Wigglu. W.
I. Howells. Sarah Orns Jswett, Joel
Uhandler Harris, and many others.
One of the distinctive features of
Ths Atlantic for limit will be the ap
pearance at regular intervals of Let
ters from Knpland. K ranee aud iierinii
ny. The tlrst letter in the veries will
be A Kevlevr of KugluuU lo INWW, by
A. Hrlmley .lobnson. In the January
ATLANTIC. Kec-ent Hoeial and Inilua
trlal Changes In tierumnjr will be
cummeited upon in March by W. ('.
Lfreber; and Alvaa F. Hauborn will
write ia the early summer a letter en
titled France Before ths Kx position.
. Durlnjr IDOO T11 k A tla NTH' will pre
sent several papers from Mr. Kiske.
amonx which will be one upon l bs
African Hlave Trade. ! tha Klfiles
and another upon The Life and Work
Zitkala-Sa, Red Bird.
Zitkala-Sa, a young Indian it rl of the
Yunkton Sioux Tribe of Dakota Indians,
who received her education In the
east, has written for the January. Ke th
ru ary and March numbers three ex
ceedingly interesting papers, entitled
I. Impressions of
The School Days
of au In-
III. Ad Indian Teacher
In order to In trcd uce the Atlantic to
a luree circle of new readers, the pub
lishers will send the magazine on trial
for three months on receipt of 00 cents
from any person whose nume does not
now appear upon the Atlantic subscrip
Hend postal for coin cards with full
particulais. and the frustrated pros pec
tus for If.'.
33 cents a cop; it a year.
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In dozen. Better ones with
eight, six, four, three sod two
different positions la the doc
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