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;nrsad to Tzach Jes5? Da s.
:-;? y;art:ett Davis, who has b!en.
r ^rentiy before the music-lo.ing
cub e ~ the d:ays of the Chu:cii
Choir Pirafo? Conr.pary. hr-s made it
a practice to att nd church serv;ces on
Fun?a- vhene---r po sioje. relates the
aturdav F in:r Post. Once she
ent to~ a o revival meeting. 'he
I ws%as l:"1 by an angular your.g
w:omani. astonisii:ngtY clad. and gifted
with one of the most stridently dis
ordant voices Mrs. Davis had ever
heard. Her singing wa. .o bad that it
ascinated her. but, nevertheIss. it
seemed to delight -:.thers in the congre
ga tion. .;rna l
I.mediately after : s..rmon an old
man who shared her -:"'w snowed
great interest in her. and turned with
a satisfied smile and said:
"I knov"d you at once. You are One
of them opery singers that gave that
show last night in the opery house? I
thought sa. Well, that girl that led
he singing', she's my darter, and
she's the best all-round singer in the
tate. And s:y. if you know anyone
that wants music lessons. send 'em to
her. She gives vocal and peanny les
sons for a quarter apiece. You don't
want to take no lessons, do you? She's
great on trills.'
Eurr Not In Accord With His Chief.
The intrigue by Burr with the Feder
alists in the tie vote between him and
Jefferson in the election of iSco, by
which these two Republicans led Ad
ams and Pinckncy, the Federalists. cre
ated an estrangement between the Pres
ident and Vice President during the
four years in which Burr held the sec
ond ofice. Jefferson was somewhat dis
trustiul, too, of George Clinton, who
was Vice President during Jefferson's
second term in the White House, nor
were the relations of Clinton very cor
dial with Madison, Clinton serving as
Vice President during Madison's irst
term as President. Calhoun was Vice
President during John Quincy Adams'
four years in the Presidency, and dur
ing most 'of Jackson's first term, but
Adams, although he sat eight years with
him around the council table of Presi
dent Monroe. always had a sort of dis
trust for Calhoun.
Tunneling under the Bosporus has
been talked of many times. There is
arse trafnc between the sides of the
Bosporus and the delay caused by the
onening and shutting of the bridge of
boats which now forms the only con
nection is a great drawback. The rail
o compan' is no' constructing its
Line on of 'sides. but thic wi.il not be
of very great avail until the lines can
Dr. King's Family 3ledicines
lave been sold for many years all over the
!cuntry. Their reputatien is not merely
ocal. they are welcome friends in thousands
Lad thou'san:s of homes. They are s"ld on
heir merits. Every bottle absolutely guar
uteed; money back if not satisfactory--and
iave with very little advertising, on their
wn merits attained a tremendou sale.
3 WELL DUN Co:, Cbarlotte, N. C. All
lealers sell them, and always no cu:re, no
An agent for the American Bible So
:iety says thagiie first book printed in
:Minnesota was a7bible. It was printed
a 1836, about 13 years before ,the first
issue of a newspaper-mi St. Paul.
Educate Your' Bowels With Cacenrets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
apart is a corruotion of the Chinese
Shi-pen-kue. which means "root
or "sunrise kingd6m," because
I you will
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This is not an ordinary almanac,
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Among the most noted of
our contributors are :
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, on
Agriculture; Senator Chauncey M.
Depew, on Politics: Russell Sage, on
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Jackson's Regard for Van Buren.
Between Jackson and Van Buren,
the other han d, the latter being Vi
President during Jackson's second ter
there was warm friendship. Richa
M. Johnson, the Vice President duri
Van Buren's term, was disliked by t
Van Buren faction of the Democra<
and though Van Buren got the una:
mous vote of the convention of 18.
Johnson's vote was barely the tu
thirds necessary to nominate.
It is usually asserted that Harris
and Tylor belonged to different partx
and that if Harrison had lived to ser
out his term instead of dying, as he. d
a month after it began, there would ha
been no fricndship between them. PC
who succeeded Tylor, had no espec
friendship for Dallas, the Vice Pr
dent. Dallas' principal rival in
mocracy of Pennsylvania,
M Every ofe to
know that the
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