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. POPULAR SCIENCE.
A given acreage of wheat will teed
at least ten times as many people as
the same acreage employed in growing
The chamois is usually idontified wtth
Switzerland. but the animal is less
comion there than in any other coun
Iry which it inhabits. Austria is the
real home of the chamois, where they
ure most plentiful.
Travelers in Australia complain that
ttimost the only trees in the continent
tire euvalyptui.s, and they afford little
shade. ;s they have learned to turn
heir leaves edgewise to the sun. The
Lotanical gardens in the cities are.
however, declared to be dreams of
The mileage of the blood circulation
0eveals soe astonishing and un
flreamued of truths. It is estimated
hat. assuiniug the average speed of
the heart to he sixty-nine heats a miin
ute. the blood travels 207 yards in
sixty speonds: in other word,. seven
Iniles an hour. 1Q, a day, or 0320 per
I'lie Aretic sparrow. among all ani
mals. has the biggest brain in propor
tion to its size. Itelatively to bulk.
the canary bird possesses a brain big
ge than a man's. and the same is
irue of the squirrel monkey of South
America. whic'i is not :In exception
ally intelligent simian. Bulk, how
ever. counts for little: the quality is
the thing of importance. and therefore
it is a mistake to attribute inferiority
to woman's brain as compared to
natn's, merely otn the ground that it
weighs eight ounces less. She is a
tmaller creature. and hence the lesser
weight of her cerebral equipment. It
should be remembered, furthermore.
that the brain is not the sole orgar of
mind: much of our thinking is done
with the spinal cord and with the
gauglia, which aie distributed all
through the body.
'Astronomers say it would take 100.
N00 observers, scattered fifty miles
atpart. all over the earth's surface. to
record what is going on in the atmos
phere, as aerial phenomena cannot be
observed at a distance of more than
twenty-five miles. Hundreds of thou
sands of shooting stars enter the at
mosphere every year that are not
counted, and very few of the larger
ones that reach the earth are recorded.
There are probably not a score of me
teorites in inuseums or private posses
sion whose fall is a matter of record.
A very interesting instance of a me
teor's flight and the recover3 of a part
of the meteor occurred in Arizona on
February 24. 1807. Its brilliant path
through the air was seen by many per
sons for twenty-five miles around St.
David, near Tucson, where it fell. The
noise of its passage was described as
terrific, and before reaching the earth
*NjIt burst with a loud report, and the
'Tstent that was recovered, weigh
ing twenty-seven gounds, plowed up
the ground for a consietAe distance
before burying Itself.
,".Diffieult State Department Cipher.
would' jrobably astonish many
- Th~ae been reading
f the genuineness of
the dlisension- 'eceived about a
the cipher dispa -urporting
fortnight ago fr-om Pe .
to have come from Minister
to know that so clever and alert-mind
ed a man as Secretary flay has not
mastered the cipher in use by the De
partment of State. On the other hand.
his son Adelbert. who succeeded the
redoubtable Maerum as Consul at Pre
toria. can handle it with ease. Am
bassador White. in Germany, uses the
cip~her freely: as far as known Ambas
sador C'hoate, in England, has never
learned the art.
And so it goes. Probably very few
of our diplomatic representatives can
use the cip~her themselves. As a rule,
they have sonme minor functionary at
each legation who has mastered the
code. but in at least one case the cip~her
wor k is all done by an otutside hire
hing wvho has no direct connection with
the Federal service. This state of
things dloes not inecessarily argue neg
leet or laziness on the part of the Ani
b iassadors andl Minister:; concerned.
or of the attaches of higher rank nor
Is it an Inevitable fruit of the frequent
changes of persontel in our foreign
service. To a large extent it is merely
a (luestlon of pecuiliar mental ada pta
tion tgifferentiated in individuals, and
involves thle samtie principle wvhichm is
illustrated in one manu's talent for ac
.quiring a foreign language in a monch
or the skill of another in mathematical
calculations ahnitost without study.
Boston Evening Transcript.
1ncreased attent ion is being paid to
the process of washing coal. Under
the directioii of Professor S. W. Parr.
of the University of Illinois, F. C.
Koch. of the D~epartment of Applied
Chemistry-of Ihat institution, is (arry
ing on an investigation of illinois
coals. with especial reference to this
process. The proctess of washing or
dinarily removes tifty per cut, of the
slate and ash ingredients;- and fifty
per cent, of the sulphur. the reduction
in sul'phur rend~ering them more fit
There arc a haif-dozen established
washeries in Southern Illinois.
Along the Susquehianna Ibver tly-re
are to be seen wvhole t'eet5 of boats in
wvhich men are standig-operating wviti,
long poles a:s one rakes for oysters.
They are scraping the river' bot t om for
the coal thtat has beetn washed downt
from tihe ini. atnd it is said that
quite a propori ti of thbe 'oul uisedl by
t h" river- townis is supllbid ia his
A Pathetic Portrait.
In the old ea .stle at Ha !burj,
t'.jere he lias bee-n in residence. The
Germtan Emperor wvill ha' e the eppor
~unity of steill a portrait oft h grt'at
great --traii:::ther. G;eorget 11i of
Great Britrain an- Ir1;elandt. wvihih is
assuremyi -one of it e most pah ir('l pie
tures in the wuuld. It ift ples'~is ile
setogenarianl in ian his terrible 'tn
lition of~ mlaAnIe-s andt bhudiley. Ite
Is seated, elad m~ a putrple dressmti
gown, with tnc Scar of tihe Garter. as
it in irony, oul his breast His aiznt
less face is in p'rot.he. andi h- wont:
(ong white bgar-d. which in hi~s ,tty
tualst have seemed a distinguishing at
Lrniue of maldness.
SOME TInELY SUGGESTIONS.
flow to Produce a Profitable Crop of
The Charlotte Oil & Fertilizer Corn
pany and the President of the Compa
ny, Mr. Fred Oliver, of Charlotte, N.
C., have again demonstrated on their
farms what can be done towards profit
able wheat raising. The 250 acres which
they had in wheat this year gave aq av
erage yield of 30 bushels per acre; one
field of 80 acres gave an average yield
of 34 bushels, another field of 90 acres
gave an average yield of 33 bushels per
acre. A field of 60 acres that was in
wheat a year ago, sown by the former
owner of the land, and which last year
yielded only eight bushels per acre,
th',year gave an average yield of 24
bushels to the acre. With such an i!
lustration of what can be done by pro
gressive farming, why w3ll the majority
of larmers continue to be satisfied, or,
if riot satisfied, continue to curso their
luck waen their crop of wheat turns out
on'.y fi-e to ten buaheis per acre? There
is no reason, and in fact, it is a crimo
for any farmer to throw away his timte
and land by growing such a poor crop,
as the most of them now raise when
they could treble and quadruple the
yield by intelligent and progressive
farming. They must use better mules
and ploughs to repare the soil, using
the best disc grain drills, having fertil
izer distributors attached to plant and
fertilize the wheat, using the best seed
wheat even if it does 'ost a few cents
per bushel more money, using not less
than 400 lbs. high grade complete fer
tilizer per acre instead of 100 lbs. of'ow
grade acid and acid potash goods. Seed
wheat that is free from broken and de
fective wheat, and above all almost ab
solutely free from cockle seed is worth
twice as much for seeding as the seed
wheat usually used. Still mdre iu
portant is the fact that seed wheat from
a crop that gave a yield of 30 to33 bush
els 1,er acre is superior to seed wheat
from a crop that gave only five to ten
bushels per acre. No farmer will at
tempt to raise mules and horses to
weigh 1,400 to 1,600 lbs. each and ex
pect to succeed if he uses for breeding,
stock that weighs from 500 to 800 lbs. ;
no breeder of high grade milch cows
will expect to succeed except by using
high grade stock. Last, but not least,
they must use high grade fertilizer if
the farmers expect to receive proper re
turns from land and labor. Why be
satisfied by using 100 lbs. per acre of
cheap, low grade fertilizer when 400
lbs. of high grade fertilizer will give an
increase of 15 to 25 bu-hels per acre?
It costs no more, or very little more, to
prepare the land for a good crop than
for a poor one; it costs no more to drill
in good seed wheat, and 400 ibs,of high
grade fertilizer, per acre, than to drill
in poor seed wheat and 100 lbs. of poor,
cheap fertilizer per acre; it costs no
more to cut an acre of good wheat with
a reaping machine than it does to run
the machine over an acre of poor wheat,
and the reaping machine leaves less
wheat in the field ungathered if the
crop is a good one than it does if the
crop is a poor one. The farmers of the
south have the best market for their
wheat, corn and hay of any section in
the United States, as they can obtain
the game prices as the western farmer
plus the freight that is charged from
the west to the south. Why not then
farm on a profitable plan and not an
unprofitable one? Use good stock and
tools, good seed and fertilizer, good
judgment and skill in handling labor
and machinery, and above all work
yourself as an example to your hired
11elp, and you will find farming profit able
The Shlrt-SI~eves Man and Others.
We have received fi-om a Russian
lady in Dusseldorf an earnest entreaty
nuha matter whi(ch has deeply
oltnsoit in that
stirred cos ' wites.
town. "German ladies.'
"are shocked when a gentleman r.
up his sleeves when playing tennis, or
If they have the top buttoii of their
shirt undone." And then she asks
what we think of a "German lady sit
ting at dinner who received a new
pair of brow"n boots and immediately
dinner being finished sits on the floor.
pulls off her old leathers. andl pulls on
the newly-purchased goods ?' We -on
fess to being shocked.-London Glche.
A Japanese Charge.
"The Japs seem to have made some
"Yes; I paid SG.9'9 for that Satsumia
teapot."-Cleveland P'lain Dealer.
To cure a (Cold in One Day.
Take LAxArIVE BnoMo QUININE TABLER.
All drugrists refund the money if it fails to
cure. E. W. GOVE's Fsignature on eaCh box.
Little Willie-"Mamma, what's that
white stuff?" Willie's Mamma-"That's
whipped cr'eam." Little Willie-"Was
it bad before it was whipped?"
If arsparllaandthe other
'vegetable ingredients that go
into the best are good as a
medicine, then Ayer's Sarsa
parilla is good. If not, we are
Your doctor will tell you
which, because he can have the
formula of Aver's Sarsaparilla
any time for the asking.
If you are tired, half sick,
half wvell, if one dav's work
causes six days' si ckness, get a
bottle of the old S:1rsaparilla.
Get Aver's, and insist (n A ver's
when you want Sarsaparil la.
J. C. Avum Co:.!pxm,
Practical Chms Lo;v.\l-a
I [Al InM
Every mother possess
young daughter. That
the responsibility for her
mother. The mysterious
less girl into the thought
on the watch day and nip
well-being of her daught
When the young girl
she experiences headache
an abnormal disposition ti
limbs, eyes dim, desire :
society of other girls, wh
friends, then the mother c
such a time the greatest
ham's Vegetable Cor
system for the coming cl
this hour of trial.
The following letters
of Mrs. Pinkham's efficier
Miss Good ask
"PEA AINRS. PINKI.AM:
time with mv monthly periods
it. and put myself in your can
month menstruation would bec
for six months. and now it has
vous and of a very bad color.
-' less su:
MI55 PEAR L GOOD ham's 2
"In the first pince." saiid the fat
ith the red neck. "'I forgot mty j1
ymmissary supplies when I st:
en that fishing trip, and t here "was
to he had wi thin eighty miles."
--Too bad.'' said the lean mn
wh strtingy mustac'he.
"But t hat a in'it the worst of it.
curse, I enmen home. wit hou.t she
w i uisutal signs of hav~ing beenu
fshingi trip, and my wife thinl
wasn't tishing at all, and vows
ill fid out wher' I was during
miet if it takes every cent I've g<
What He Meant.
"I told himi vou wvere a s hom
tho da y is long."
"Whiat did hie say' t" asked Sc
"Jle mierely rrarked that he
(-d I muest lie talking :1 not s' '
hese dhays they hav~e up~ a rouni
A re(tic ircle t hait don't hlast more
a m inutei or tw. Wa a'Xashinagion S
$100 Reward. ti100.
The readers of this paper will he plea
arn that thereis at Icast one dread'
#'se that s.'ifeen has heen abhle to culre
s st'i' . aind that isCatasrrh. Hall's Ca
(are is the only positive 'iure now kne
te miedicail frateraiity. Catarrih being
ittinual isease, requires a constitu
eatment, }Hall's Catarrh C'ure is taken
naly, acting dI rectly uipon the blood arx
cos surfaces of the system, therebhy de
ig the foundation of the disease. ann
te patient strength bay huiliding up th
sitution and asit'ing nature in doi
ork. The propriet ors have so nmuth f:
it cutraitive powers thiat they ofter Oae
red Dollars for any case that it fails t<
end for list of tesi imnonialsi. Addlriss
F. J. (H ENY~ & (o.. Toled
Sold by Druggists. ~5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Some peojple are talked ahoi't he
tey achieve success, and othert
see they have gossiping neighi
A < olonel in the British South 2
rmy says that Adams' Titti Frunttl
1'ssng to his men while mrcrhiug.
It's a good thing the teller ir
ank doesn't tell all he knows.
PrTNAM FADELESS DTES do not spot,
or give your groods au unevenly dya
parance. Sold by all druggists.
Rollingstone Nomoss-" Dis her
er tells- how ter live on 15 cet
ay." Tatterdon Torn-"Doesi
ow ter git de 13 cents?"
Tfhe, Beat Prescerlption For ChI
nd Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S TASB
(ua' TIose. It is simple iron anad q
;n a :uisteles form. No cure.no pay. Pri
Some of the things it Is bett<
ive than receive are a plugged x
h lad cigar and advice of any old
A ! luible speech does not always 1
Even the campn;aign orator real ze
('tiure n not be too h~ghly spo
com u-J.. Wi. O'BRIE,
"..n, n innaoi .Minn.. Jan.6.191
% . 12 1I I I
es information of vital value to her
lanighter is a precious leg-ncy, and
.uture is largely in the hawi;(s of the
change that develops the thought
ful woman should find the mother
hbt. As she cares for the physical
er, so will the woman be, and her
's thoughts become sluggish, when
s, dizziness, faintness, and exhibits
:) sleep, pains in the back and lower
For solitude, and a dislike for the
en she is, a mystery to herself and
hiofld go to her aid promptly. At
aid to nature is Lydia E. Pink
npound. It prepares the young
iange, and is the surest reliance in
from Miss Good are practical proof
Lt advice to young women.
Mrs. Pinkham for Help.
June 12th, 1099.
[hare been very much hothered for some
being irregular. I will tell you all aboiut
, for I havec hea;rd so mneh of you. Each
ome less and less, until it entirely stopped
stopped again. I have becom~e very ner
am a young girl and have afw ays had to
ery hard. I would be very much pleased if
uldl tell m(e what to do."-Ms PF.ARL GOOD,
.h Avenue and Yeslar Way, Seattle, Wash.
The Happy Result.
February 10th, 1900.
(A ~.Psax- antpas yi
r an ap gil4Itin f oe oe
eriinformtion wod vIta aoter the
have isxperedly ingh hadiai of thek
hAnge tadevlopsWa thoWah
~u wmu holofndte moteca
ht.As he are fo tme phystioned
r sot wilh te*wma g , nd hae
.slleep painsinthtbc a elower
pecoitud, p" dilie for nighe
n s Exi te ry to erself and
frmhiss G.0o0 mire bookata prof
rteadviced throug omeybntnoe
Sr.Pnsyhani Rairod H rme orpmut
noehavme e over mthe Baltimeresteam Pack
beiomrpuary, andl bten Clo a Cbolt
fit hbaver he soluchof you.rr &Eaure
Raeles ad. hiss arralgtentil udesppe
sboope agsued by he Flod eray n e
Oa a sunar girl andg h& alays adoad
er hrd. winulow' beootyuh Srpeas cildr
h Avnue alysaicrswnd colr aetlec,2a. ot
The Hapyaeuldtam. r
thtMS Witin.I a:yart catpr Ltra
>t."-- Veeetable Casbecome anoply. ITh
tpyworful hchagel thur mediinea
now fulpleasu re towhl be forusingo
edAieias audeas Tods bu the ar
at appipal. dutin ifoei omnin
ts ou Vtae Comond theFreoa wuld be
havetprnced to .lapngda. Piwsnkr.0
Vgtofurnismporethan 200,000 Goon
es-h Avenue and Jsarpa now trdes Wabo.
neote00 Froa stannal uttfs
thseeayerpa toha tbee quetwe
Iw tnhe0.0 n .0.0 pound. Littl,
lar is toz bthahtree t om abyoth
sorclndthrersn pospetan tfha
Arrt cangemnt hestaeon feclot
n to th productio ofcho, tJapanihe
mn ben as$2ctuath ised by esIntb
tid resthroug, h wto Wabtoban rvenu
tro~ tereov, ths France tea rm Pac
conmach and beigar intins anButs
ne itsoals seeks arert ~th klincluof ti
n-bookse isse ly the oridenra Peif
in. her. inoher woordsSru she hudr
on a- tkeng oprtes the usrcaphnrfores
wich werey pin.cue ine ol ic ~tn
Al in xtaodiaryh cnsanceho the (r
tsinc and tielit ofles u then pie
ws a Juply 1r897.o a fbr henig conMn
the tn, wash oieatd withsa others. b
Res eare, Frdpae now rces ovetd
astr :ouswO orlyone ou outputra hu
traap drd and ablonging ponds. Wot
wards t ehatrghoes th rome dat
Thisreek nt there noerospc asonfshn
pad to chingover thast aon or ah lontime
the saedante wencie role thr
y otearao.to The birdhor, thea raci
ioa ring whichtd stwoise hoivs. idntt
iinte Lodo Glob.c wnt o bti
'4ro theraesmn"s as re doe from
cke- stes and grs industris. yout wo
k~id' lkso see tohevFrtnch wakilng govet
et a- alwas kwhihday the golenheg wl
oue r n othe an ds, she a ne
The ck eei maner ofl hectin
of\ tiaorisdiysano bthe bu
lirnc i ad ieyo hg heamiyng ig
0.ca hans.js curd tNrhih
Is always used as a I
Is the standard presc
How often do you h
medicine is just as goo
better than Grove's".
with the "just as good
as goods"-Grove's is
rior both in merit and
chill preparation mar
only chill cure sold
lots. Every druggist i
of the United States
on a No cure, No pay
Grove's Tonic broke up a 1
a physician thought w
"During my recent illness
beneficial effect-it being higi
siciar 3 bottles broke up a
first was thought by the doct<
Your excellent remedy is hav
out this section, more so than
as I am informed by various <
Portable Schoothouses In Brooklyn.
Tt is likely that portable school
houses will be usedl in Brooklyn durng
the next school year to e~e out the
present inadequate accommnodations
Charles E. Robertson. P'resident of the
Borough School Board, saidl:
"The regular buildings will agair
as heretofore, fall to take in all chil
Sdren ~fschool age, and we have beel
to prevent the old resort to half-da,
classes. Nothing suggested appear
so promising as the portable structures
which will cost little and can be eas
ily erected, and as easily remover
when desireu.. Plans are now unde:
way for them. The number ot the
Sbuildings will depend upon the repor
now in preparation by Superintenden
SWard, who will inform the Boar'
~where the structures are most neede<
~andl where it is possible to erect them.
:The straw hat lingers in the lap o
ne~ FIT perman ntly cured. o fltsr nerrou
SWhy not interest th beall umn
-pires in the striking situation"
ii moh~us(marea whlch conveys the Zod'
i@ Transverse colon; 1Descen a coo
h s 1 Retm inue he deoenum is
- tedirecton which the contents ofac e
passing through the a imentary ef~i
St ~Gct the cce
Id soldin bulk,hb
~ Tisit* To anly ni
asis for Comparison.
ription of America for
Is and Fever.
ar imitators say "Our
d as Grove's" or "It is
Do not be satisfied
". There are'no "just
the best as such com
's is many times supe
popularity to any other
ufactured, and is the
to jobbers in car load
n the malarial sections
and Cuba sells Grove's
basis. Price 5o cents.
o days' spell of fever which
>ld last several weeks.
your Chill Tonic proved of
ly endorsed by my family phy
io days' spell of fever which at
r would last for several weeks.
ing a tremendous sale through
11 other Chill Tonics combined,
ruly, A. ROSCOWER,
e ar mgt anob ey andcnes
S Cu usin es th argest f i k in d
- our bsiness. We sal te product in
kdy ing can. Tur a ke and you
we put up in this way
Potted 11am, Beef and
Ox Tongue (who~e),,
Siced Smoked Beef,
ad two doze oher specialtie.) ctI
Your grocer so! have them.
Libay, MfcVNill & Libby, Chicagv.
How to bk Goo uhngs to Eat"
thl e sn reese ask clo te.
yelCoug Syrpoatsppes a.Und
fILtie ood byterugatingan ll
arpacen away pins or
inorsto an do busain
forcea loguay wthesr
terfsams o the e
yellwstpipes a and ,
oent pavllh pion o
thani1 ou th morhse oaninw
ottefoea outter owitrh
sphsmshofe3 feeto bow<
an esores eay ntur
0 *! Lookular nwmitinsa
12* *t* rsl.Csargesose nesr
*sai.2Thae-myuark, the pgtiledI
*";"".." thn that moine andtrl nai
.w~~iaTeonply afe, pemaentl
ou vt t t fsa matt wit h
edvmorand resor eath afforo
.- est.m Cacam ae nn v.
Trb. renl worth or
our 63.00 and 463.5
oboes =ospred with
to f.00. We are the
larght makers and retalers
of mn' 1:.00 and 13 o shoes
inthe woiA Can. ba y and
sell more for and an
Choe V ti n 3.5 other two
nMnti1a.Cttrers'in tho U. S.
In 18743. .
A Witydo you MaY$4 to
A $5 for shoes when you
VJ~tL \. shoes for $3 and
coNV N C$3.50 which
CONVNEYO&are Just as
TUF r RF4T more W. 1. Donins It MA
z~o sh"e are sold than any other make is t~~
THEY ARE THE BEST FOR M
THE Americoredandlahr.'h ok THE
manabi is unexeclied. The style
BEST o ft lke Cnn. BES
tm re thoes hTey will out
$ fwear two raew. of other makes at
UUthe: se e pi. that have no rep- QU
ttti n. Yout con refelyr reom0
SHEmerd~hem to Twil fri 'do; they H
SHOE. -lsevey-rthtw etrLSHOE
Your dealer should keep them; we give opa desler
exclusive Fale in each town.
Ta&e no asatitute! Insist on having W. L.
Douglas shmes with n-smn and pripe stamped on bottbm.
If rour dealcr will not get them for you. sand direct to
factorv. enciostlig priee and 2.5c. extra for carleos
State kind of leathier. size, and width. vlaiiio a toe.
Our shoes will reach you anywhere. CtlgeFw
W. L JOUBLAS SHOE CO., Brooktt, Mu.
Red May seed wheat from a crop that field
ed 33 to 35 bushels per acre, recleaned by a
special seed wheat cleaner, in Dew two bushel
bags,price $1.25 per bushe. Feed Oats grown
in North Carolina from Texas Red Rust Proof
Seed, the North Carolina crop yieldi' g 80
bushels per acre, price 50c per buthel. Prices
on cars at Cbariotte, N. C.. freight to be
paid by buyer. Terms cash with order.
CHARLOTTE OIL & FERTILIZER CO.,
FRED OLIVER,%HARLOTTE,N. C.
MORE CALLS FOR GRADUATES
THAN IT CAN SUPPLY.
Send for Catalogue.
Enter Sqpt. 4.
CH AS. E. ECK ER iE, President.
Mention where you saw notice ot School.
E Tanks, Stacks, Stand.Pipes and -
Sheet-Iron work; Shafting, Pal
leys, Gearing, Boxes, Hangers, etc.
seCast every day; work 180 hamen.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS
AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
Augusta, - - Georgia.
60Locst St., ST, LOUIS, RO.
olumubia Business Coltege,"'i0jem
Best B::siness and Shorthaid Courses -
placesctlaoa aal othr iBa Colee
S. C. comlbined. Terms low. Catalog FBEE.
TTNIN is facilitated ir you thention
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