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The Laurcns Advertiser.
$1.50 Per Yea1 in Advance.
By ....EPISODE, j
Copyright. 1901, by ?. S. Mc< Iure ( u. J
i.et wealth, let commerce and let learning <lle,
Dut leave to in our old nob il l-tie.
R voids to that oCfoi t by
/^r\ \ unknown poet.
' ' n 1 The ISarl of Stobcross
was, oh, so haughty! llo
was also proud and went
V^^/ ] about with his chill in
. , . , ,| the air. Earls can al
ways ho recognized by
the altitude of their cblns. An Atnerl
eau Visitor to England ouco expressed
ids regrot t'> me that tin- notables of
the British Isles did not go round with
large printed labels on their backs tell
ing who they were, so that a stranger
would not be compelled to follow tin1
example of Theodore Hook, who, meet
big a distinguished looking man on tbo
Strand, went up to him and Inquired if
he was anybody In particular. 'Flu
American plaintively said, when 1 re
marked t. at the nobility might object
to bein? labeled. Unit It would merely
he reverting to an old custom which
had been allowed to tall into disuse.
In ancient times the swells carried
their labels mi their shields, drawing
pictures thereon, because, as a general
rule, they were not nblc to write. Then,
when yon toot a knight out lu London,
all you had to do was to consult your
illustrated catalogue of tho titled fam
ilies?for tho year 1402, for Instance
and you spotted your man at once and
know whether It was bettor to take 1^'
a sldo street or not. As a rule, It' you
had any valuables ultout you It was
safer to make a busty move elsewhere.
He suggested that II' the house of lords
would consent to wear largo numerals
on tbolr manly bosoms, and If some
publisher would issue a numbered cat
alogue for sixpence, to he sohl at all
respectnblo bookstalls, tho arrangement
would ho a grout convenience to tho
A plhin knight wears his chin at a
certain angle, easily nscertulnnblo by a
man who mixes in good society. A bar
onet holds his ihroo degrees higher) tin
earl five degrees higher than (ho baron
et, a duke is again over so nvttcli more
elevated than an earl, und Ilms coli?
our phrase. "As drunk (\. e., as elevat
ed) as n lord." My American friend
thanked me cordially for my In fori
tlon, and. getting some further Instruo
tlons on nugleSi acute und <<t>t?.: -,. ho
went forth on Hie streets to tost Ids
newly acquired knowledge, nil of w I
brings me back to whore l started, that
the Karl of Btobcross held hi*; chin
high In the air that his noso pointed
straight up to the zenith. Captious
readers may say, How, then, cotdd a
duko hold his head higher? To explain
tho matter 1 must refer to tin- Ii ??:
? f tho carl. While most of our dukes'
nucestors canto over with William the
Conqueror, the flrst earl of Stoheross
was dropped off on these Islands by
Noah as the ark was passing the peak
ed' Sklddnw, Tito archives in Stohcross
castle Inform us that, although Noah
hooked the Ursl earl for tli?- entire voy
age, tho ancient mariner could not put
up with the earl's pretensions, wlto In
sisted on Bitting ai Hi.. I., ad of Ii..- fa
ble, while Noah held thai lids rhali
was the captain's place, ills lordshln
grumbled so mtlclr'about Ihv ft nd and
complained so bitterly that (hero was
no Hiuoktnp; room on iho bout lliai Noiili
was glad i<> get rid of hilt), mid 11
lln> marooned earl threatened ; Ii for
breach of contract Noah r ulU'd that
ho had his remedy :ii I lie law courts.
When tho wains subsided, I ho earl
went down the hill and soI/.od alt the
laud ho could gel Ids hands (or feet) "ii
and so founded Stobcross manor. He
brought suit against Noah, but the bit
tor had sailed out of the Jurisdiction of
the courts. The moiili who wrote the
Stobcross chronicles ventures a small
pun at this point, spelling the word
"Jew-rlsdieiIon," rind explaining thus
tho ami Semitic nltltudc of the Stob
cross family. Whether (he flrsl earl
hated the .lews or not, the seventeenth
carl had a ?real liking for (hem, litorl
gaged the manor lo Iboin and blew in
tho money resulting therefrom with
neatness a ml dlspnlch. Having not hi mi
elso to blow In, be blew- out his ?well,
the coroner's Jury said it was his
brains, but those who Knew tho seven*
teontli eari maintained that ho had
none, so there Is a historical discrep
ancy somewhere, probably in the earl s
Ro that as It may, the Stobcross
family has been poor and mortgaged
tip to the hilt over since, hut their
prido never lessened In the slightest
degree, which brings this blographlcul
rosume to tbo middle of the week be
fore lust and to Archibald, forty-third
earl of .Stobcross, and his only daugh
ter, the Lady Qwcndolon.
DlflQcult us it would be lor us to
learn to love the forty-third earl of
Btobeross, oven If I were content to
veil the truth and say he was an
amiable man, which I steadfastly re
fuse to do, the case of Lady Gwendo
len calls forth our deepest sympathy,
Tho earl being poor., the neighboring
nobles would not look at bet, but
wero nil over In the United Stales
With lists of railway owners and pork
millionaires In their pockets, seeking
tho eligible daughters thereof. The
enrl being proud, Lady Gwendolen
was not allowed to recolvo the od?
tresses of any of the rieh tradesmen's
ions In the neighborhood, oven though
tho earl's grocery bills had not been
paid for years and years. iv'ow, If
this was a play Instead of a plain
statement of actual fact I would bttVO
the truculent butcher of tho neighbor
hood demand tho hand of Gwendolen
for his son or the Instant liquidation
CT rue meat bill. Thin would go web
on tho stage, und I can hear tho deep,
beefy tones of tho butcher threatening
to put the cringing nobleman Into tho
county court and the hntllf/s Into Sb.!>
cross castle, nnlObing up with a pero
ration which would capture the gal
lery to the oftCCt that
a hundred unpaid mutton lojca
Arc worth ? tnOUMfld r...in . f urtns.
In these circumstances tho lifo of
Lndy Gwendolen was not an enviable
one, and so she took to bicycling, She
got a machine on the installment plan,
and when the Installments went for
ion;; unliquidated ami the agent sor<
rowfully took the wheel away for non
payment, as was agreed, tho Lady
Gwendolen gol another somewhere
else, the maker printing In his cata
logue, "Patronized by tho Karl of stob
cross and (Ubers of the imldllty."
Great nro the blosslngs of tho credit
system when you know how to work
At first she cycled on tbo smooth
roads of Jim..homo park_fcpuji<l ?tob
cross '?:r^11 o. Thou, as nIh- beeniiiu more. |
expert, bUu took lo tuo delightfully |
leafy lanes of thu eouutry, and of
course when sin- wns 7'.. miles from I
homo she punctured Ilm tiro of tho
biii'l wheel ami sal dlmiusoluto (hi a
mossy bunk, not knowing what lo do
with it. There \v;is a iv(tul)' kit lllollg,
but she knew nothing of II ? H?0, think
ing it bad beiti put i!k i'to ha la neu the
wheel or something of thai sort.
At this Juncture, r perhaps it would
be mole accurate t.. >.ty at this punc
ture, there huppcucd along n i ice
young man who tili i t du a wheel. He
sprang off on sooli -x i uialdcn in din
tress and asked pollb ly it ho could bo
of any assistance. Ho could, and Im'
was. The uiri sat th-re and admired
his dufl huudllng oi a lire (lint bad un
expectedly gone as limp as a rag.
' There,'' vaId the young untu cheer
fully. "it is all rlglil new, my lady."
"Oh, you know who I nill," said the
girl, Hushing slightly.
"Yes, my lady, but ;i> it is not likely
that you recognize mo may I have tho
pleasure of Introducin,; inyselfV"
Tiies,- board school*.In Kurland do
enable a young uui'i 10 express liiuiHelf
beautifully. I'relty soon lUoro will bo
no more dialed stories written, for
whicli mercy let us ho truly tlmukful.
"1 SllOllld 1)0 pllVIStll !<> have Voll ilo
so." rei>lied Lady (iwondolen, wllli dig
nity, "thai I may kit \\ in whom I am
under oblrgal Ions."
' There is no obllgtl?oii, try lady. It
was a delight (o ?ervi' y ? a. I urn John
A. Itlggs, son <>f ti. ? lihtckstiiltli in I'od
bury-Hosset, tho village under llie
sba-biw of StobcroKs castle, as one
mlghl say, nlthouglt it la live miles
away. We do cyclo repairing, and ii
anything over goes wrong with your
Wheel We Will put It rlglil ll< Clienply
ns any other reliable house in tin
"Cheapness has no altritcllon for my
father." snld Lady C ?vi ndoloti. willl
some oi' tfio Imuii'nr of Ilio gentleman
?Mir htul mentioned. "Wo have never
been Iii (be custom of haggling about
Tbo young tnuii howcd nml was si
lent, lie was w<-ii iiware of tbo earl's
The two rode together along the lane
toward the eusllo lind (dialled in the
most a thin bio mantior of Ibe various
mi riis of different iiinelilnos. and win n
they parted at Ins? (ho girl Impulsively
held out her baud.and if bo kept it In
his own n little longer than was strictly
necessary who shall I ihm to him'.- No! I.
for oiio. I've don 'II myself. Ho inad?
bold to ash her it' she was accustomed
to cyclo often In Hint Inno, and she an
swered In a low voice that (die was.
p.ut what is ihn use ? if my dwelling
.on those details? I know the reader
has already fathomed my shallow plot.
There is only one '} to write und
that has been written over and over
ami over ngain still I nut encouraged
to proceed because 1 am dealing with
fact and not witlt Hellen. This Is a
ntntn. unoonmcled record of actual
events mil except the Noah story,
which I am not responsible for; the
monk wrote that), and as Ion? as 1
stick rigidly to Iii.? truth I don't sco
how I can he fuiind fault with. If 1
were writing Qctloil I would call the
young man Reginald Trevour Instead
of .lohn A. Biggs. I don't sih> much re
main e about the name of RlggS myself,
although he was a line, stalwart young
fellow, deeply rend in clippings stolen
from tin1 American comic papers and
consequently possessing such a vast
fund of Information that it was an edu
cation In itself for any lady in the land
to talk with blttl. But the reader who
thinks everything is going smoothly
ironi now on Is much mistaken. Neither
of tho young people gave a thought to
the proud earl who paced the battle
ments with his chin la the air and who
was so unlitcrary that lie didn't even
take In a Sunday paper. The \v#y tend
er who keeps his eyo on that haughty
oarl will run the best chance of iralniuu
the guinea prize offered for a solution
of the "Stobcross M.vstcrv."
The two young* pi ipto met often In
that leafy lane run) talked moat ab
sorbingly of?let us say of bicycles
and tbo component parrs tbcroof. And
the arrogant earl kopl Ids nose so per
pendicular that be saw nothing of
what was passing under his chin, ns
i one might remark. Bui was there
Dono to oullghtcn him? [tender, you
have guessed it. No necounl of n grim
castle can be written without taking
account of the Bttrly servitor the me
nial whose forefathers have faithfully
slaved and spied for the baronial
houtse With width they have been con
nected all through the centuries.
Peter Trovclllck, the crabbed man of
all work about tho castle, had a sus
picion of what was going forward, and I
tw stealthily watched the young pair,
#?r ti long time he was ha III cd, bo
<Muse ho Was 70 years old and no
(Mrlider on the cycle, and as most of
Wkelr conferences took place in tho
librcmcntioned leafy lane on their
?heels espionage was not without its
(MBCUltlCS. TrOVOllICk, tho better to
?)rther his sinister purpose, fawned on
ff)Q young man and pretended to be his
Ah ml, actually winning ids confidence.
Mi, youth, youth! When will you
burn discretion? Haven't you rend
("fHourdi dlmo novels to know that
<|Mtwlinu servitors aro ever to bo dis
It last Iho young mnn guva Trevel
Isvu n note to tak<- (o Lady Gwendolen.
Hi was t<> in- slipped into her hand
?cretly, and Peter was to choose Iiis
tfportunlty, which ho promised to <lo.
?/Ini A. gave him a shilling, which tho
(S&d man bit to tost its quality when
tfce donor's bade was turned. Then he
rftbiicd his withered hands one over
tfc?- other and chuckled, after the mail'
nor of villains on the melodramatic
?t?:;o. Ho steamed open the note
atld toad it. It is without address
or slgunturo and ran as follows:
"1 base overythlug nrranged, ami I
think there will bu 110 four of discov
cry. If you Clin g< I away Without ere
ntlng suspicion, nicei me in I he old nr
hor totllghl at 1?. ami I will tell roll
Itoscnliug (he letter, Trevelllck hand
ed it to tho lady and watched her fur
lively" while she read, l-'he was visibly
ngllntcd by Its contents, the color Linn
ing and going Oil h< i fair ollOOkS.
Need I stale that when yotlllg IllggS
met the Lady Gwendolen in the sum
mer house old Trevelllck was listening
outside? I think not; yet, fearing (hero
may be any misapprehension, I will
stale it ami add that be had bis ear at
a knothole, [lo heard every palpitating
word, for the two, having no suspicion,
did not speak In whispers. Little do
young people know of the meanness of
"Don't you think we might try it on
a tandem?" nsUed Lady Gwendolen
"No, no." Bald young Higgs eagerly.
"I think we should have tWO bicycles.
Then In case of pursuit wo could go
down different roads and Unis bewMIder
those who fellow. We could meet at
the market cross In I'uddlebury and go
together to tho place of appointment*"
"Yes; I supposo that would .lie tho
better plan," Highed tho girl, "all hough
I dislike riding nlonc In tho dark."
"I don't supposo it will bo necessary
for us to se^ratojon the roadv 1 am
im-rely spCtiktllB of What hau i . -i i.e i
?J?rn- should ?inr | itj ? Im- dlsi >v< eil. a
jiicst unlikely ovo iti d ty, i >;? j un- : .
tllOr llltS Hol tlie sl ?Ii ? ? ; s.: plol :i IM I
may not miss you until it Is t i lale i n
film to do aiiyi 11i11j. ."
Old Peter chuckled offensively ami
silently as ho heard Oils
"Hew thoughtful you nro! Will it
take long, bnco we reach there?"
"()nly a tew intnuti s."
"And to think tlrtit an notion fraught
with such consequences, tin iictioii
which changes tbo whole course <<t two
butunu^Jvos, occupies but a few min
Utes! Am hai.il . el t ? we are
w ueaf^ro the realisation of our Comh si
hones. When shall I ineei you?"
"1 shall he In the lane with two ble.i
eles at three hours alter midnight, The
lighted lutnps will guide you. Wo will
ride slowly unless there is purs-.tli ami
should reach Puddlcbury oboul duj
light. I hope y?>u will have no dilllcilll.t
In getting away from the CK-Ulc Uli
"There will be no trouble about that
At ;i o'clock, then".'"
Tints they pat teil, und Gwvudol ll
BOUgllt her own room. Had she any
qualms about leuvlug it thus surrcpti
tlously? Tin sure 1 don't know I am
compelled t<> keep strictly to tho fuels
within my yvu cognizance.
1 am, however, delighted to be aide i<>
stale thai liefe the villain met his
tiist dillleulty. The proud earl was
not at home. Tho county court was
In session that week at Scrndllug
ton, ten tnih's westward from ll;e ens
lie, wblle I'tiddlebury was 20 miles i"
the oust, and the earl always attended
tie- enmity court, being usually stun
moned lo do so. lie was n punctilious
observer ot the laws of his country
ami never llouti I a writ. Ohl I'etei
therefore had his work cut out I'oi
him. lie mounted a horse and nal
lopped ror Uli' ?:irl. It was long at",
or midnight when I'elor reached tl t
count}' lown. nml then there was uiueh
dein'} it> Unding I il? lordship and In? mi
vlncing him ihni his daughter iind tic
Inn 11} eloped with I ho soli of n hlnelt
smitii N.i StolKTOSS since the days < l
Nonli Und ever so demeaned hervell
the earl maintain-d lie saw IhrtjL If
tliis wore Indeed true ho could noRn
future 1.1 ep his ? hin m> high in the nil
ami us he 'ki?I heeo.neoi.stomod t>> it
in tl.at por-lllou he lint cd to change, Iii
was very > ? nservnl vo anyhow and had
always hau d ehaugo. never hm i: a nio
of it In his p >ok< t. At lust, however, he
lode grumbling!}' to his cttstle and ur
rived there uheiii daylight, fully ex
peeling lo Und Gwendolen lu her room,
und then ho t ild himself he would
make it Ii ely for old Peter, who had
thus unnecessarily disturbed hi t'en
He even confUl .1 I Id ? roso! ?? : . i' t r
but the hitter I id a eonli !? in ait thai
troubled his |< rd> ip.
Sure enottgb, :l ? ensile v. ? empty
Th.- bird had llovru! Madly ? ? ? ?:
gilllopeil in I'uddlehur.v lie call I l".-1.
raging, on (ho l.vlnblislnMl clergyman
Of the phteo, hill found 1 ha I |ilm d hid
gi ullcmnit had rted \ > ? i ? i ?
weeks, I'h.-n ci-.i>' i; >g . ;? : he pcrtnrl 1
nobleman's distracted brain ? '.nie (be
(bought that I Ii? blacks-mit li's ?? a was
sure to be a l?; ?? nu r ai I bad d ail
less beeil married by oho of (he <'? ...
OUS ministers of that fall It. Mevbdlfd
in (urn all the revet ml gentlemen in
Puddlebury, bul without hearing of the
fugitives. There was now 1> ft only the
registrar. The last of (he cloth on
whom In- calk d had st; :g? sled (his o 'i
clal. as it had t ?vor occurred to (hi
earl thai a (laughter of his would tie
seetld to a civil n a: fiago.
Tli" i>nrl called upon (be regisirar in
a lowering rage.
I "1 am the Kurl ol Slobeioss and I
"oh. yes. my lord; ab< til the Utile uf
fair I was honored in currying out f?fr
your daughter, Lady Gwendolen. Ouite
so, quite so. I a: i di llglili d lo be nl Ii
to astture your lordship that liter, was
not a hitch In tin procoi dug* and ov
orything wellt off exactly us arranged,
and I am sure I niosl hearllly congrat
ulate your lordship," said t!:.- olilci.il
"Congratulate! On n blacksmith's
son! You you '
"A blacksmith's i..n certainly, rind I
doubl if she could have had a better
partner. She hud I he ideas, and he bud
the mechanical ability lOxperta --ay
that the bicycle saddle tiny have in
vented is Just the thing that tin- public
have long been waiting foi and waiting
for In vain. I do a Hille business in x
financial way, and the young man was
good enough to Intrust tin- arrange
incuts to me. I H-uocccdcd in Interest
Ing tIh- gnat company promoter, <!il
looley, in the invention nfior we hud
secured Iho patents over the world
for It. and this morning the contracts
were signed. The young mull Is to In
made managing dlrei to- ol the compn
ny at a large salary when the saddle Is
put on t he public."
"I?I?really clon'l know what yon
arc talking about," stammered uii carl,
'The saddle on Mi" public? I l hough I
you said it was i ? !?? put <>n a bleyclo."
"Quito so, quite so, (Jlllooloy has pnld
your daughter C?t)0,OOU cash, loss niv
little commission, and he intends j
pass it of to the public for two mil
lions. A ml he'll do it too."
"Then yon you have married no
body recently, I take it!" gasped the
"Not likely! There is too much mon
ey In the cycle business for mo t>>
bother about marrying people. I semi
thetn off to a neighboring minister."
"Will you excuse me If I bid you
Rood morning?" stammered his lord
"Delighted to have you do so," re
plied the registrar.
Tills brings mo to the conclusion of
tlw episode I sol cmt to relate, ami all
that now remains lor me to do Is to
marry off every one of my characters,
after the manner of accomplished
story tellers, thus avoiding the exam
ple set me hy the money making regis
trar. The particulars of the Gwendo
len saddle was printed In most of tho
leading English papers as reading mat
ter, hut paid for as an advertisement
hy tho talented Glllooley and swallow
ed as real news hy a gullible public,
who subscribed tho capital of tho new
company live times over. The Informa
tion was cabled to America, and in tho
New York papers Lord de Hoot uro
Bnrblirrybdsli read that Lady Gwen
dolen, only daughter of the Karl of
Stobcross, bud become possess?d of
$2,600,000. As his lordship whs at
that moment In negotiation with a
stockbroker who would only give $1,
000,000 With his girl and that kirgely
conditional on tho success of tho wheat
corner, Lord do BentUTe) Immediately
sailed for home and told Gwendolen
that ho had been In America merely
to learn tho best route to Klondike, j
which was quite true. Ho found what
h0 sought by marrying Gwendolen at j
iho parish church. John A. Biggs ultl- '
mutely WOddod the grocer's daughter, 1
Hannah Sprowlc, after tho great sad- I
dlo company had gone Into liquida
tion. Tho stubborn old Karl of Stob
cross, who had been a widower for
20 years, refuses to nllow mo to unite
him to any ono and says ho doesn't
enro a hang whether my story Is un
popular or not op that, account. _ Old
peter wo? married already! as no
found <?ut tu Iiis cost aftor the episode
I Lave related, when his Irate wire
nearly broke his head fur belog such
a fool as ti> Interfere In business that
did not concern bltn and tints offend
Lady Gwendolen and lose all ohanee
of getting a sbaro of her money.
A YOUNG.MAN HURI HD ALI VIC
Hypnotized und Hurled in a Grave
for Five Days.
Tho Boston QMn of. the Olh lost,
says there was .1 grim and even a grew
somo Scono in the llowdoln Square Mu
BOUin at 10 o'clock last night, Alien a
young man was hypuoti/.ed and Ihotl
buried alive in a real ^rave, there to
remain, accordiug to the promise of
the hypnotist, until Saturday night]
when he will be disinterred and re
stored io his normal condittou.
The name ul the young man who
was buried is Parkor A. Johnson, an
intelligent, elean-eiil West Indian, and
he was put into the hypnotic state by
L'rof. VVilnwl llarclay.
I'rol. llarclay tried to gel a permit
i from Mayor Hart to bury .1 ihusou in
the Common lor three days and throe
nights, hut tho mayor wouldn't listen
1.0 it, the professor and the manager
1.1 tho museum decided to iiig ;* grave
in the museum premises ami bury
Johnson in their own grave, an on lor
prisi with which the police did not in
Down in iho hnseiueul of tho muse
um a part ol tho llooiing was laken up
and there a grave about live, loot deep
was dug. Tin' outer covering or rough
bOX of a casket was secured, ami all
the early pail of last evening the box
was by the side of the open nravo.
while etowds of patrons of tho placo
stood around und shivered at tin- sug
It was j i-i io o'clock, hftcr I'rof.
liarclay had concluded the regular per
formance, when ho announced In- was
ready to bury Johnson,and that young
mancatno out on the singe and listened
by the side of the opOll casket box,
which bail la in moved up thore, while
tin; professor told wind be was goiug
lie -aid he would hypnotically sug
gest t ? Johnson that be was going to
sleep lor live day* and nights, and that
during thai limo ho would not want to
cat or drink, but at the i nd of it he
Would awaken and ho bis normal Self
Th< n Ihe profcsBor, slundtng near
the reporters, who had been specially
invited lo witness the interment, ninde
some passes ovor Johnson, und putting
bis ieii hnud behind the subject's hood
ho smoothly stroked him down the
light side of ins lace with his right
hand, while he softly said in his car in
ii lone which was both smooth and
soothing : l4Now you are beginning to
fool sleepy ; you are growing ilrowsici
and presently you will bo sound ash-op,
and then you Will sleep, and sleep well
lor live days and nights, when you will
wuke up reeling fresh and strong.
Now, sloop, slumber, sleep," and .lohn
son's eyes closed and he Boomed to he
sin ping soundly, although he was
standing Up. The professor made some
more passes over bis face and down
the length of his body, ami .Johnson's
body became absolutely ligid.
\\ hid this was being done a mat
tress hud been placed in the box, and
at one end of it two pillows were nr
tnnged. When Johmou became rigid
some employees of tho house picked
him up ami placed him in bis rude cof
tin. I'rof, liarclay put Johnson's head
on the pillow.-, In- face turned slight))
to the left, und then he covered him
up w ith a lug thick eomfortot, and told
t,i< nn u who were to put the box ami
man into the grave that all was ready.
They look the box down fiom lb ?
stage and lowered it Into tho grave,
placing over an o; oning left in the
fool "l Iho cover of. tho collin a pipe
about ii vt- inches in diameter, and over
ihe head ol it a box, which bad no cov
et ovci its lower end, so that people
could i'.ok down into the grave after it
was tilled up and boo the face of the
man in the eollin. liy the right side
ol Johnson's head there was placed an
i'citric light, and then, With the pipe
and the peck box in place, tho earth
was shovelled into the grave again, and
Johnson was buried in regular stylo,
except thai there was tho pipe b> give
him air, ami the peek box '.o presold
an opportunity of seeing bun in Ids
The grave \v;;s rounded over, and
Iben I'rof. liarclay told the reporters
ho hail no doubl Johnson would be. all
rigid when ho is disinterred Saturday
night, tot In said he buried him in
Kingston, Jamaica, onco, and kcpl him
under ground for a week, and Johnson
was just us bright and healthy when he
was dug up as he was whon ho was j
Tho professor said Iho nclion <>i
Johnson's henrl was reduced a Ihird
When lie |>ut him under the spell, und
Lhal it will gradually increase its pul
sation until he is uiken out and hrotlglll
hack in life. Johnson, lie nl.su added,
will bo neither hungry nor thirsty, for
most of Ins bodily functions have been
suspended for ihe remainder of iho
week ; and while, he may turn his l ead
pari way over once he will not bo like
ly to move his body at all until Satur
day night, when the grave is to be
opened ami Johnson brought out of
his tiatlCC, or whatever il may !>: called
that Barclay pul him into.
The profef.sor didn't say what John
son would do il the. building over him
should bum down while he is buried,
but that wasn't necessary. Johnson
would stay bdrlod it that should hap
Soven hundred and eighty-six miles
of Japanese railway, owned by Ihe
Japanese government, < arini one-third
more yearly than -,'?IJ miles owned
by pi ivale companies.
?taiawnimaii Kin '.rkMiVK ittXXXi tflC
" My hair came out h> tiic hand
ful, and die -i^y hairs he can to
creep in. I tri id Aycr'a Hair Vigofi
an:t it stopped the ii,.ir from com?
jng Olli and restored tho color."
Mrs. M. I). Cray, M?. Sn1cm,M&ss.
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara
tion as Aycr's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara
tion. $1.00 a botllt. All drn?gla(a.
If your ilrueidHt r.intmt dimply you,
aanil iih mm dolW ami un will r-xprcaa
you a bottlo. Ito bum and grva the nniiKi
of your nearest flxprcag olffco. Addrrna,
J. C. AYKRCO.. Lovull. MiiHrf.
INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL
China exports 11,000,000 tans annu
(?uc pound of phosphorous Is stilli
ciont to lip 1 ,<i(i<ij)(t(i mulches.
Knlcrpri dog Texas planters have
shipped t'.iMiu pound- of eotion to Ma
The highest price ever paid for a
tare horse Was $100,000 lor the famous
Only about one ii< 1 ,000 cattle ship
ped abroad from this country dien or is I
lout a', sea.
Coal is dearer in South Africa that)
in any other part of the world. Il is
cheapest in (Ihina.
New York hanks pay out in interest
and dividends every quarter not far
In tin- south of China silk worms
have been reared and silk manufnelur
cd for over 11,000 v? ars.
Canada will have three great mili
tary reviews oil the oeeasion of King
Edward's visit in tin fall.
About 1(1,00(1.011(1 feel of hitch wood
Was si nl last year from Maine to Kng
land and Scotland for spools.
The Mississippi, nl the point where
! ii Hows out of Lake Itasca, is tou feel
wide and eighteen Miches deep.
Herl i boast* <d loven coachmen who
are n tired army ollicors, throe who are
ex-pastors, and sixteen who arc nobles.
The President of Fiance receives a
salary ol $125,000. Additional allow
ances makes his annual income equiv
alent to S'JnO.OOO.
Krupp, tho German gun-maker, in
anhl lo bo worth $80.000,000. Iiis
yearly income is 84,000,000, and his
various foundries and slcol works em
ploy so,OlM) mon.
The German language has a greater |
pciw r <>t' comhimition "i words than
any other ICuropcnn tongue. l?y tho
liberal use of tin; hyphen almost any
combination may be formed.
Descendants of Kdward Hall, of
Iliad fold, Conn., who are blood rcla
lions ?I George Washington, will bold
a reunion at Keukn I'ark, N. M., An
gn.-t _'7. Js and Washington was
a cousin of the Viiginia branch of the
The Tremonl House in Chicago has
been purchased by ihe trustees of the
Nottit western University. Tho pres
old lessee will retire in two months,
ami llvcrc? I oil I) the old tavern, which
18 historical ro fur as anything in Chi
cago is entitled to that designation,
wili he used lor sundry departments
of tin- university the schools of law,
dentistry, pharmacy, etc.
K. A. Mattel, the i': nob explorer
ol* caverns, whose discoveries under
ground have attracted much attention,
reports thai he has found in the de
partment of Halites Aljics a cavity in
tho form of a ''natural well'" whose
depth exceeds that <>l any other known,
lit- has sounded ii to the depth ol I
ah an 1,027 feet, but the actual bottom
has no', boon reached.
The trees now growing on tin. farm
(near l'rankiin, N. II..) white Daniel
Webster was born, are to he cut up
into friction matches, a manufacturing
company having paid .sou for the
standing lumber upon it. The Legis
lature of New Hampshire refused at
its laic session to pay $.'1,000 for the
entire latin, though many patrolic cit
i/.CIIS of the Slate petitioned to have it
presetvod as a perpetual memorial <>(
New Hnmpshiic's greatest bou.
NO MAIN IS STRONGER
THAN Ilia STOMACH.
The stomach is the vital center of the
body. It is the organ from which all
other organs are fed. A weak stomach
me.ms a weak man. There never was .?
strong man with n weak stomach. What
is called ''weak stomach" is in general a
diseased condition of the stomach and
othur organs of digestion nnd nutrition,
which prevents the proper digestion of
tin- food which i-. taken into the stom
ach, and so reduces the nutrition of the
body. When all food is taken away the
body starves. When the food eaten is
only digested and issituilated ill pail it
only nourishes the Ixnly in part, and so
the body is partly starved. And this
starvation is felt in every organ of the
body dependent on the blood which is
manu from food.
The great variety of the cures per
formed by Dr. Picrce'a Golden Medical
Discovery is due to its remarkable
I power tO heal diseases of the stomach
and allied organs. It cures through the
stomach diseases seemingly remote, but
which have their origin In a diseased
condition of the stomach and the other
organs of digestion and nutrition.
"Weak '' heart, lungs, kidneys and weak
ness of oilier organs is cured with the
euro of the weak stomach.
Mr. 'I'll-?iniis A, Swatts. DOS IOJ, sub station
C Columbus, Ohio, writes: "i tmi taken very
?tele with severe headache, then cramps In the
stomach, mid food wonld not digest, then kidney
and liver trouble, and my back ?ot weak bo ^
could scarcely gel mound, The more 1 doctored
tin- worse i pot until six years passed. I Had be
come so iMiurly I could only \va\k in the house
by the aid of a choir, and i ,;??( so thin I lutd
given uf- to die, thinking that I could not be
cured Then one ol my neighbors said, 'Tuto
pr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and inake
a ne.w man out of yourself.' The hist bottle
liel)x-d inc so i tti >ught i would get another, and
aftci I hud taken < iglit bottles i was weighed
and found i had (rained twenty-seven G7> iiw.
in iilKiut six weeks, I have done more hard
work iu the past eleven mouths than I did in
two years la-lore, and I am as stout and healthy
to-day, I think, as 1 ever was."
?>r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cux*
All Obedient husband up in Frank- 1
liu County, Maine, was objecting tro ;
do certain work about llie house, and
be quoted Scripture text to Ins wile
showing that I lie household duties
should properly bo assigned to the wo?
man. The good wife replied by read-1
ing ?oiier astonished liege II Kings,
xxi, 10: "I will wipe out Jerusalem I
as a man Tripeln a dish, wiping it nod j
turning it upside down."
Mrs. Kruger always made lior own'
drosses, and when Mr. Kruger asked
her handln marriage she said : "1 can
sow, l ean cook, I can make bread, I
can sen ir ami I ean sweep.-' Her cof
fee was woi Id famotM, ami <> mi Fan!
always averred she could make more
COlTco from a given number of beans
than any other WOtU in in the world.
In New Jersey ll ere are two match
factories, with a capacity together of I
00,000,000 matches a day. The largest
factory in the country, id liurhoiloii,
(>., can turn oul 100,000,000 Hinteln - a
day, probably one t-eVOIttll of the Oil
- ? ? * ? ?r**^?-<
Projectiles for modern lug ami rap
idly tiring guns require about half their
weight in powder to Hie them,
j The IIrat table cutlery made in the
1 United Stales was in Creeuliold, Mass.,
A million cigarettes are sin ik?d in
London every day.
The Hero and Heroine
in our next Serial
are shown in this picture.
He longed to tell her that he
loved her, but there was an im
passable barrier between them.
If you would like to know how
it all ended read the story, which
will be printed in our columns.
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I "A" a. m. "F" p. in. "M" noon, "Nf" night
Tralna leave Snartanburg via. 3, L*. .to (J, dl
! vini'ai ?limy for Olandnlo, JonoavUle, Union and
Columbia and Intorinodlnte points at luaifia.
i ni. and 0:16 i>. in.
! Olioanpeako I.mo Mtcamors In dally -?.r\>????
betwnon Norfolk and Mnltimora.
No*. Ii? and !?*?'? Washington and South
j western I.lntltod," solid Pullman train.
I Through sleeping oars befweon New York and
N'i'w Orleans, via Washington. Atlanta an<t
Montgomery, and alao Imtwoon Now York and
Memphis, via Washington, Atlanta und BP*
I mtngiiotn. Also idcganl I'ci.i.man I.himaht
OlIHUNVATION < UMbOtWOPIl A Mantnand N?w
York MMNTI 'ii '> ? Of.! m I'ahh ?KTWKIM
A i i asia and NEW Voidt. Dining rtvrri ntrvt
all meals on r inte, Pullman slooplng oan
betwonn (ircei hnronnd Goldsboro. 0."-?* oon
nootton ut Norfolk for ot.ii Point Comport.
Alao at Atlanta with Pnllman D. It. alaopar
for CJhattninmga and Cincinnati,
n i .:~? niul .'? ''United bint on Kaat Moll" remi
hoIm i i iu'i-n Wa-iuiip'.oii aii.i New Orleans
being i'oiiiim "d of oraches, through without
clniiiki foi |'ii iM'Iikpia of all classes, l'ullinar.
draw lug-room di p| i'iu del .? eon New York
and Npw Oricnnt1. via Atlanta ntid M< ...tgomary
ami between l<iriinng\iiiiii Mid Hu I mono.
Dining cam servo all inenlaourouto,
Nu-; *t ami IM ? "Atlanta apd New York
Express." Local train between Atlanta
turn Charlotte, connecting at Chariot to vmh
through trains ol name nnmhoral .wr
ing Pullman aloonlna earn botwoon < .harlot*.*
and ltichmond Norfolk, Washington and Nox*
York, No Pnllman cara on thoai trains be
tvreon Atlanta an?lCharlotte. I .wiving Wash
ington each Monday, Wednesday and 1'Yldaj
a tourist Bleeping nr will run through !>??
(wenn Washington and San Franoiaoo without
oho ago. Connection nl Atlanta wttn rhrongh
Pullman drawing room sleeping oar for JaoV
aonvlllo; also Puuninn stooping cor for Bruns
Oonnoctlon mado al Bpartanbnrg with
through Pnllmmt sl< ??; er for Aahovlllo. Knoi
villa and Cincinnati; .-iNo at Columbia for Sa
vannah and Jacksonville.
KUAN K ?. (tANNONj s. II. HAHDWIOK,
Third v r. ,v M [r., won Pas? An,,
Winiiinut.I), c, Washington, D. o.
w. it. 'i A\ 11 >K, .1. D. ^^li(JKw.
Aaa'tOen'l l'ii i. Ag't., Pass.&T'kt Agent,
Athintii, ti.i ,?._Jil!l0i'.l!ll!!iil_lj