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"l ull 'i.i I .'i i vi : m;n" w III n. ' ti'lilinh nil iliiiin" n a favnrlti rir Ini; i-f nn i M n,i:iir. Ho Inul riuv.lt' till i ri'innrk In it trnln otin ilny in It, wny to ii.iik'l, aIiiii a I'mnti'iiui In 'It li'.ii.il in tin rmnrr tiinii-il tn i-n crni:y mnl niiil "Nniittt lur, ulr I r ut i ynil Frt-iit ninny iMi-k tthli li tn Hln-r fn lli'lirit nor ii vi'riil;rtt i nn nrrrtup lit II." ' ri'iliiip yon rnn." n;il. tin- inllli-r, "hut I hnvn tii'vir yi't cnnii! ki-rima I'll lllllll " "Wi'II, llirn, I'll t.'ll ymi nni.. Will rniiiit mnl 'risvi'innrn rn-r in till ynu to carry ni.-r In a ulcvc?" "Vrtnliily." "I ntili lik to know lii V "Siniily hy waltlii(t i:itli-nily for thr ali" to ft r?.i ." Diillnn New. Dlvorca Midi Eaiy. Two Mnrmtii'iii'itiui iiatlvm iinnr rrliil, ani In pi rnt rint our- curm-d tli rrllKlon of tin otlirr. To court they Wfiit, and (hn JtuU In an -rliilBtli'nl court, It mii, drcfarcd that, ilnr tli man had curm-d It 1 n nn rrltftlim. hi mimt hn cnniililrpil to hmc voluntnrlly rrnounrrd Islam Thrfori, ai the law iloon not allow a marrlacn htwn a Molinnimotlnn omn and a man bo In tint of Hint faith, tht JiiiIk orird tli mnn iia-rntr-d from hl lft Thin I cnmniml rd to our divorce layr In the t'nlt nl Stall's! I.lvlnn Churrli. Largi Treit Dlupptarlng. Th (riant forrnt mnnarrha of Tlrl llFh t'oli-.nibla r by far too valuahl lo b allowrd to ll n rurUtxttlcn for Iht-lr mrntle f.'nr and beauty. Still, thlr rare l by no tneanii eitlnct. The regrettable thlna about them l that alnee they ar the production of ren turleii. durln which the mill wnH not needed for any other purpose, !l in un likely thit future jrrneratloni will have the opportunity of ierlnn tlmbe of equal lire. Buat by Rodin. Augunte Rodin, the nculptfir, haa Junt flnlchi-d a bunt of Idy Sarkvllle. which the rarti art crltlcn nny In a beautiful piece of work. To get the famous Frenchman to eiecute her commlmlon Lady Sarkvllle went to farla and took apartments at the lln. te Imperial, where Itodln liven The work waa done at ftodln'a ntujlo li the V-.lla Angellque. Whenever You Need a Ocoeral Tonic Take Orove'a The Old Standard Crove'a Taitclen chill Tonic ia equal!; valuable aa a General Tonic becauie it containa the well known tonic propertieaof QUININE and IRON. It acta on the Liwr, Drivci oat Malaria, Knrichel the Blood and Bulldj up U whole Syiteja. 90 centa. 1j -(.-! r rv r t : i h -i M . a "v- st t U . v t AlL HOVE MSI APf . N J. VI . j: V V A I - 1 DEATH CF PCPEPiUS X. Solemn Ceremony Marks Last Gra.e Scene in Vatican as Es laved Head cf Church Passes I r. I I 1 1 r i- A I ' ' I ; I 1. 1 I . r li I l - I' r ' r ) if - I.. . i-.'l i.i. f , I 'i.ii f ii I f ii ..ii, I i .i-l,f i .i.. I. Nr. III. VK I UKM'I N'. 1 1,- i ip.Iiii ii mrif n,,tll. I f tl.H - tiw I'- liitit n fi .m l in i f . in ml i t l,'. rt-l tl,.' i K r . in I' I th. i r I I, ii, i in- tl, y l, ,f fr I' l i- . ii I CM' I- tl- ii ti. r i tun- t 'In mi- I r t r li-l.lirf, iitl'T, r, ii-iiV I Hill", kl'. 'lit tl'll tilt" I I ) ' ' I llil.-lit II l.' l n-tl Hi ri.-i.t- r, Imt ii hr l iii,,i,i iit " 'I In- itt lint 1 I " in i lii .ini'iit, i.f hi i.titv. ii-l ' N I I ! it'll t-i tlilnk i t In- i n l l ,i i r , ii liir! t h it th Al-tiiik-lity in Hi iin'li.int ilili -hiiIm- iih l'i i'iti in l tir ii'.rti.r Ku fi I till li'lil'illik! " I 'i M r. M 1 1.U l l 1 K'lM H i K. K' tii-, Auif '.' i 'I'tii" I ilc J'u!' itr, Ann.i, tin t t'ii,lfc'lil frmn hhnck i .iiii'(1 ty tin- I'liiitlft ilrilli. Tin" lu'dyi f I'l'i' I'm X, lin dii'il thi iimriiiiiit, li t In en l iiil i iit In lite fur tlini,iiii tn H Ttn" ,n hu nf III i llll h i tirl-ll ili'ri u- u id il I y tin ill .il Ii nf hi .Nl'T A I i y kIii ,i nl til Im-iIhiIi-In tliiu "f i , k ii i . ni -li mt kiniliiiK hy tli II wlli'll In! Iili'4t lll'll III 1,11. Tin! lti-r ii ii-'l-ti'il fritn t Iip ru' tn mi l i',illni-i'i unu aflcrwiiril. lr Ami' I ,ilti ii'li 'l Iiit, Imt al iriiiliiif )iii,,iiii-ili'Vil (ii il, mill lilk'ti fi'Vir, frmii wlili t) slic ril l ii' l rally. Monument to Capt Mayers. In th ,iirit nf ('4itiiln 1'. K. M.iyi't, 4 (mill I niirnivn 4 ui ilncil, It timuiilit Kin f inul i i-l h h i lii nf .iii iiyi r l In nil in-I'niniiiiiinl y lh.it. In lim it mnl li lirli .i i nli-l-l. nit ly W.itilifill ami in I nil fill nf lln wi'l f.ir nf the n nii", t .ipt M.tyiT wnn lil l iiin l Inim yr ir utin. He r.inki'd liilili it it iiiuili 1 nf trill niiiiiliniiil. lit i'IiiiiiiiiiiiiiI Hi f .in i-f rlk'lil In nun icii i f liulni"t ami miclcly- 1I Inllu I'lico wim fi'lt wherever II win ilUfcl I. Tiuly lie w.i ii no uf tiuci'it tin lili'lllt'll, il .inn Hlll'itirf liii-ti. !t ln-liiiuvm the clti.i'ii nf tin (iulf ('ii.i-t In erect a null il l ni' ill utiii-n t tn hi tiicuiury, MAUI IN TfllvtU'LL. UNCLE ELI DULY REPORTED According to Him, Little Della'a Houie hold Arrangamt nta Wire Both Fearful and Wondirful. When t'nele KM Orldley of IVwf lialo went to pay an overnight Vlnlt to hln tiler In the city, hln wife. Aunt Sufitn, enjoined blm lo take piirt'culnr note of IVIIan clothon, tlin furnishing of her home, the kind of no il nhe gave him, and, In nl.ort. to i.-Mln-r every Item cf dontentlc Inter est, to he reported to her on hln return. 'hn he got home again, t'nele Ell d-ilitcd tV;it he lind followed limlrui Conn, nltl'.otitft It h-id reiiilred clone, apt licrilrii nnd great ilU'Rcnce. to do no P. Ila had kindly explained every thing to him nnd had even written down the unfamiliar words, with their pronunciation, for him. "If I've got nome of the names nilvil up a bit." he remarked, with a twinkle of dry htimor In h:n eye, "they ain't far -lough out of the way to do any hurt, i ml I did the bent I could." "All rlfltt," beamed Aunt Susan, "tell what you enn recollect I reckon I't I'n'n got a fine home, nnsn't nh?" "Klegapt; It built In the old Han dera fn nh Inn; the wall are paneled In rnrmemn with trlmniln'a au gr.itln. nnd the f'.nilturo la mostly of the old puree r-ljle. Hella liken that better tt'nn the crepe de chine snyg It Isn't no t!i rid. The floors haven't got any carpel a Just rugn. dreadful rlistly ones that come mostly from Mayon naise" ' (iiHiilnitnn me!" commented Aunt Susun. admiringly. "And what kind of clothes did IVlIn wear?" "Awful handsome, lief dinner drew waa blue Lltnogea trimmed with rowa of-bouillon; It had a Utile pergola round the neck made out of Jardiniere, and he wore a beautiful ragout In het hair." "0 la!" gapcd,Aunt Susan. "Hut the dinner It beat the chair, 6unaft. The dinner act waa of char meune, mighty pretty, and the victual! wera fine. There was aoup lingerie, roast beef a la foulard, spaghetti with medalllona, potatoes pongee, and a dandy Satsuma pudiliu' with bandeau lam-e." "Well, well," modeled Aunt Sunan, s I nrle Kll. having reached the cli max of hln report. Cisrreclly look hinv nelf out cf the way. "to think cf lit tlo tVHa piittl.r cn all thi t ityle! 1 do wish Kll hr.l ar-V"d h.f for th" r ccl.l fir Hint pudJin" U r. m w kin' to mo." Youih'a t'iian!cn. ! i '. 1 ' r . -. ! i , ill tr,- ' i. t - J - ! ' i i li. .- ( ir.j - ti. j-t i-t i i,f y ur rlt X rti.t f i' 1 ur f r : sc ) , i el.. ! r t . a" ic'rru. :! I '. . I t ' (:.'.- t. I 1 1- ' r t . I 1 1 . r. M. i.- ti.c , ,.! ' . S r i .f'. rii.-.. ji .( - 1 1 fiui." in u: 4 41,1 '4' l-'!' ; . . r. ) .' r.. . f. - I. I 1 ! . tli l)' '1 C fin' 4 ' i i. tit I. i. I . ut.. t Ury gis 4 !,!? .rf iftl-t lt-.' ' 'n. 4 Hi ' J It. i', (rut I" tti ! i crU,o 1 t . 4i, i 1 i- tl.it t-.-ik Irft-Cit "..lciftir 1 lue ftr I : r ut li.i tn.' d'm in in 1 1 1 'try .'i,i i 4 i-r.. I I .'i l t !' I t , , t. r I 4ii' I i ii - ai.'- J I 4'i ii. t ' nr t ) 'l iti ur I" '-'if i 1 1 1 ..; J "it i.'r tl. r. II . I l ui . L j.-e ii li ', 41. 1 I ;i l 01 I I i- I. .- t . I I. ii..- liii 11. 1 11 .n .i' t tt..- f ...! i. mi-.tlit-r '' J .!,- .! tl, t- llli' . f '.., t'li'-: J i,ii i..i I " lp't"i, t,. tt- r tli in t i u- it 4'-ci nl trui'l I .ii .s; 'turf I'lui" an 1 . II, I Itli tli 4rm April (l;j) hi clnvr i irriitiy tfiem 411 l f . Ii 4 -Uy, tint i, Hit'i .1 in i' 1 f i riui-'.n IiI ji iii lb.it i th Uik i.f tin tii iwli'i'"!! " 'I t.uil.ll ii a!" the fi rn r I n-i-; J .tin', fmer i -nkiy 4inl dyl'ii! It in n iii'i'ly tii iri tliin an null liUh. in I II yellnw ili C4-1 I ml I'M l t:il th ait-ciii'tt nf ' ini-1 l.li'it very liim h ili 1 "I win" if ruiulili -I I'iii'! J'.liti, rii'i hlinf I I I" i l mid if iH'i! re. tterllVi'ly tli-t .it M mnl I lien in n.'itftiti-.r cluvi-r, ' tin y m'l nn f"'il line itn nil f'Xil- VVi.tnler If I cnulil Kit iiiut five tf illnii nf Hil- ln"in''i- I itlnn tulT thl r,il!'.'"-Tli. rn'ifie iv f irmer InvlKnratlnif to the I'ale and SUkly Ttt l!'1 Hi"-'' l-nit lrrniiltriilef lonlt, f.mivk 4 Iltl HII tit t hill li IN II. tliittl Malan milt hllil.l" I -. I I it f H v- trm. A tl.tl luttic. I ul 4UUIII 4011 cnntiKia. dua Not thl 8ime. "Th late Cy Warman. novellut and author of tin Inimorlal Sweet Mil rle,' " laid a Clili anti editor, "nl w u y a InnlHted that pot try outfit to fol low the name rub-a an prone. Iln wouldn't ntnnd fnr poetical turenlon the adjective after the noun, th object before the verb, and io forth. 'Hut what difference do theno Invtfr alona make, Cy?' atki d a reporter once 'All thit illfTerence In the world,' Cy Warner Biitiwered. 'I'ltl you never hear of the iiilulnter'1 wife whnnn ion eloped from colleaeT The old lady Haunt much dlnpleaned, thoutfi -after all, nh nald. hr new damn. tr In law wan. nhe uuderntood, a mod el joiiitK tfrl. 'A nindi'I ymmn tfrl!' thuinli red the. eld milliliter. 'Nun aenne, wife! Hlie'a a )otlli(5 jlrl model!'" In the Nuraery. Of cotirae, the most Important room In the house where King Itahy relgna auprenio la the nursery. Thla room nluiulil lie selected with care and ahotild be ai ninny aa pnnnlhle. The aim la the great purifier of the at mosphere and nothing nhotild be dona In the nurnery which tends to con taminate the air. There must be no drying or waihlng of baby'a clothea In this room; the gaa ahould not be al lowed to burn at night, but a night lltftt tiied An open fire. If It la poa alhle to ha one, la the very bent Source of heat. Blueoati Reicue Kitten. A report WM telephoned to Went One Hundt.Mal4e'B (ha anvt street police atntlon by Mrs., fcmamtul i.evy or 7 iiamltfon place tliaf nome one h.nl fallen Into a cut ert opii4tn hitr home. Patrolman Nleand and tn, other policemen were hurried to the place. When they looked Into thn newer they aaw a kitten awlmmlng about In the water ten feet below the ntreet level. It had fallen through A four Inch opening w hile chasing a bull. Thn patrolmen spent half an hour fish ing for the kitten with a rake. When they finally got It to the nldewalk It ran between to patmlmen'a legs and disappeared around the comer. New York Tlmea. What It Coiti to Be Artistic. It lan't weafthy men who are Idle, but wealth Itnelf, which In permanent ly loafing. Even year hundred! of millions of canh go Into retirement for all time. One battleship Inya on the nhelf flS.000,000 of good money and It ntnyn there. Germany's evtra army measure! for a year put $2.10,1100 out of business for Rood. New York c tty'n deht g Increasing at tho rate of $1.5.000.000 a year. Nearly all of that money Is expended upon non-productive work. Monumenta, boulevard! a, id worki of art, euch aa $'10,000 In pictures, each year cost the world about ai much ai the world dlg gold out of the earth. Thene are Idlers who never earn any direct Interest on the Investment America'! wheat crop for one year Inn't half big enough j to compennnte for the wealth that will be poured Into nonproductive works. Philadelphia Tubllc Ledger. RHEU.Y3ATISEY1 about remarkable cures, but you simply frrn'f have rheumatism after von nse GE-RAR-DY RHEUMATIC REMEDY because it gets at the cause cf rheumatism -li.otvetlienrii' acidin theblood throw the pton ont of the system. 50c and II per bottle at ilnwjist or write us direct. OC-HAR DY UMIAUNT, nhn with tin. rsm-ly hiw.tnt ll.ti-tir. I'r.t- IV. The Phi P. Crass Ct.,lti., New Oilcans, La. h Fever i f'.-tfcr ;ron St. t u J rtcil"y I t r Mk.i4 Cit-lS FttS. ! Iltl U II ur i.. Cr4l ijr cc. 3 i I li UKI Ua 44 lur t f r ftr U. SOI rriiira. it c-ji a it if bn fi4a C.vcl aai 4'jt m:A -.? o lacica. is EP.EAD l FCHM CF SHEETS Arirj in FU Ceapi Yrtf HinSjr in Mny Way, a a wmr- ; Bcof, fir inatanea. I:.ta4 cf t4 ut t-1 la 1 t.. il.b:'i-i cf Ai.i V:nur Arit.i. Tr4ria aa4 tba T:f rt E'JVtra'.ea ' -y mat tt lttj :. Tts at-u ar a1 it i ii.thf wid aal twk-w 14 ot.g m:.- ta t;tl al.i.ot aa a. i. U u i f xtm a ttia ' Ac:rcan laijiaa .! of t!rc!l tart ' If tttry tat-rd an it r.!-.i fi r frotrctl-a a-4'.i.at I ia ir t.ii, t: y unwu.d a roll of thia bread, ar.4 carry It tact and furth over a pcla verJ t:!E. tcjch aa a cacf-c pu-i up a i t tt-nt; for If it bat a coat ot almond oil or' tmi'tua tallow, ti bred la fair! ; wa'erproof. It Ii a cenilca! light to a team tr or camat driver cf tha Levant trjvel ptacldiy thrutik a taf it.iir wltfi a couple of yard! of bread h-tlng thrown over h! ihuuldera. aol to blm tear o3 piec here and tl.ere and chew oa them tf he fls h angry. The bread la nude of durum wheat flour n'lt"d with the. pulp of ral'ana ra'.stna, whtih gtva tt a iweet taste and a alUht fragrance l.k that of honey. The Arab uiei hti iht-eta of bread, which Uxik like rhamola leather, for a makeehtft bUr.ket, and It la laid by travrlera who hate trtd It that It fceepa the heat In and the cold out altnntit aa well a a real blanket. Hut ome of the It ipiitlan engineer! at work on the conmructton of the tran Rlberlan rallwiy did even better, fer they made a pante of the bread b boiling aevaral plere. and then atuck together two nrlpi of the ihe.tlng, each a metre wide by two metre! long. Thin they manufactured nli eplng bag, and a very conifortabta one. too. The Turkish peananta unn thli flat bread for window panel, and In th baaarn the venders of rr.erchandlni wind up plerea aa a grocer doei a paper cornucopia, and une them to hold mall amount! of nut. Turkish ranillea, or juarci of augur. 01 con rue, the purchaser eata the bag with Ita content!. In the name iliupi the bread aheetlng In uncd for holding the fruity drlnki of the Ilonplinrun; but It will not ntand ht llipiora, even wli'-n tt la conted with almond oil Tliunka to the ralnln pulp, the bread la of remarkable elasticity, and ran be bent back and forth without crack ing. It haa actually been uned lot bookbinding. Youth'a Companion. Timidity" Lid to Red Hat Cardinal Kopp, who died recently at Tropin, Slleula, waa a telegraph op erator on the Hanoverian etate rail wnya at the age of 20, and so poorly wan he paid thiit hn was often woe fully In arrean with hla board and lodging. An unexpected bonua of $18 seemed a fortune to him. At the end of a year'a apprentice ship he was to have Joined the regu lar itafT had not the supervisor ol Mat department, Von Grleibach, mads tfttt' following confidential report y'lllth-Iin;jtet bene piiblMivtr.V "Telej;raph Clerk tieorge Kopp ha made earnent endeavora fo become an efficient operator, bnt his timid and diffident character 111 fits Mm for th public service. M lacki force, con fidence, presence of niln.l ami quick nena of decision In grappling with emergencies. "On the other hand, Kopp hnl shown considerable Industry atid real He la lntellectua'ly aomewhat above the average, so that I can confidently recommend hlni for administrative work. At the lame tlm I sufgeit that his definite appointment be poat poned for another two months." Thus, "damned with faint praise," Kopjl never got hla ape ilipWf.t at all. and eventually he renlgned. Twenty yearn Inter, as Prince lllshop of ftrerl.ni, he rat at Mate banquet! at the cmperor'a right hand. Tlj ' Whit He Did. A little town boasta a church whose pastor, besides being an eloquent preacher, In a man of stalwart propor tion! At one of his evening prayer meetings the services were disturbed by two young men w ho audibly scoffed at everything they aaw or heard. Finally the pastor remonstrated with the in on their behavior, and asked them why they had attended the meeting. "We came to see miracles per formed." Impudently replied one ot the rnscals. Lesvlng . the pulpit and walking quietly down the aUle, the minister selied one after the other by th collar, and as they disappeared out ot tho door with an Imprint of hla boot, remarked: "We don't perform mlr aclca here, but we do cant out devlla." Tonstipatioa Camei Sickness Don't perm il yourself to become con st ipnterl, a ymir system iiumriliatcly t'Ci'ins to atHnrb pnl?"n from Hie backed-lip wate matter. Use Dr. K mil's Ne Life Pills and keep well. There Is mi belter n.ifiKunnl analnn Illness. Jnt take one dose tn-tiiKht. i"c. alynur DriiKiilit Adv. L. & N. SCHEDULE. NotlTll lUVt'ND No. 4. Lv. Inv St. Lrniln H a m. arrive raseaiPiula ":'.W am, arrive Mobile :l"i am. l.e- Arrive Artlre Nwii.t, an tt-4etil4 MttUits No. A fi:4iui .10::Uau) Jl:.Mani No. i :.!iiaiu 1I:S4 am... . 11A: pIn No 10 f:r, pni.. .. 0:11 pm . ..10:4n nni No. :t d .r, rim.... 12 27 am . ... i:X, am No. 2 !:."m pm - l:(4 am 2.20 am SIH,T1I BOtNI). No. j;i, Lv. Mobile 5 pm. arrive Tas-. i"iil ti i'i pm, arrive TUy St. Louis H:13 pni. . ' - f.-4v - Af'f Afrit )I.Ml 1'tniuieula , ihkui No 3.. 2:42 aw 3:4" am 7:liaiu Nt. 17 3.a: am 4:31 am 7:.V) (m No. ... n:4.i au ...t-M m ....11:50 am No. 5 .14.-) pm ..'. 3:04 pm..... 7:t)pm Nt. 1 . ,.4:4." pm ...6:41 pm. ...):. pm Juh.n 11. Watts, Local Agent i i r j r - ij 1 i u i -1 1 J wl V .liii with the rising tide; B Q A T V E MAKE ALL 5Ni.i WHEt TE AEC fl IS AT HAND. Prcui'ir 5il Tat la a Ceaeactifa- j t e cf t'i' ii Rivir and Rii.: Hie Na Countarpart, So Far aa la Knon. j ".Vr,- K-t r "Ware Aeglr'" j T-- r:-.f.- hi b-.-a t-jtihis out to, tt-! i-a fur hours. Waving U-Cf j 4trt-t. tir o trowa ra id g'.ittencg la the light of' th -t';L4 iua. It u a liiiit uii.tr ealz.( and sit walt 1t and listeaicg on one of the old whirvt- cf Gaiaitxjrotgh. Uacolu ih:r Tie cry U taken up by ivcry IrxziAu, who ihouu tt ai-a Ci atr-am a itrar.go, eerie warulrg Stvr,-1 iruiiU buati are cow pushing o3 ilio miUittrraiu ta avoid the nuss cf churtULa- water which bnaks cn the fureuhore. A grcip cf children add to the tumult with a hnll cry of "Wild Av,;ir' Wild A- :r!" which thy coo-s.dt-r a titiKli b-t.t-r r-uilfrir.i than " 'Ware, At-slr'" accurdtcg to a writer ta the Wide World I:y cran'.Lg forward we can see It now, r juuding a b t,d of tho river by th ahipyard. Thu Brit ware U big and iriMxiih. itr-ti-hicg right acrosa tht river 1 h a iwtrt of angry water at rath ml--, i.m follow five or m tli; r.ill' r. w'liih rour and foam alor-rf, 1- avit.g uici -s of broken water Li ll.i ,r waWe lii.no are called the ' vi I., 1;, " i rteei.tly we shall ire the forcw of these "wuelpa," when they rvacn thosti tig, uuwieiuiy iquare nosed barg ! which, by the wiy, aro callt-d ' ki t li." There la onn auch Killing at anchor In mlditrtam Just oppolte to us Ker the Iut half hour the old kt-elmaa waa lolling about the dck iiiioking hla clay and look' tug Idly at tho water. Now he la alert all at once, and, knocking the anhea out of lili pip", ha glvea a turn at the windlass to tighten the anchor chain. After a glance along the deck to ie mat all U secure, ne look! back up the fiver. He Is calculating where tha Aeglr will carry hlrn to. There Is another barge higher up the river, and as yet nobody has stirred on beard. The old man hue noticed It, for he ihouti. " IVare Aeglr, Htoney, my lad!" and a young fullow Jumps up the hatch and runs to the tiller. The distant awlshhaa In- creaaed toa roar now, and a feeling cf interne excitement gripe us ss we see a small boat rise up on the first wave and disappear for a moment In the hollow. Vp again she rtsea, right Into the froth of the "whelpa." Another moment and ahe ta through Into calmer water. Bee! The billow daihea like monster tidal wave agatnat a wharf and aplaihea high up Into the air with a roar and amother ot white foam. Now It hai reached the "keel." With groan and rattle ot chain ahe rtsea to the wave and la carried along with It, but not very far, for the anchor holda fait and ahe awlnga alowly round. The keel la broadside on now, and tho creamy "whelpi" dash right over her deck aa ahe rolla In the trough of the wavoa, but aa quickly as It takei to tell, she swings stem on to the current, which Is now rushing upstream with tremendous force, and will continue to do so for two hours or more unrtl hinb. water, when the water lazily returtta toward the aea. ine Aegira are not all aa big as thla one; aome are a mere swell about foot high. The beat time to see them Is la the spring and autumn, when the equinoctial tldei are on the coaat Just below Gainsborough tho Aeglr la seen at lta best, as It rushes along aome of the longest reachea of the Trent Thla curious tidal phenomenon only occuri on one or two other rivers In thli country, the Bevern being one of them, v here it la known aa the "Hore." Thoee who have aeen It, how ever, aay that It does not equal th Aeglr In any w ay. Something Wrong. A teacher In a Cleveland school came downitatra from her room and discovered, Just as she reached' the front steps, that she had forgotten her rubbers. The streets were slushy and she turned back to get the forgotten foot wear. As she reached the foot of the stairway she noticed a boy coming down. She recognlied him as one of the backward pupils who receive npe. clal attention In a clsni by them. selves. She decided to ask him to get the rubbers. "Charlie." ahe called, "do you know where my room Is?" Ho stared nt her. "No'm. I den't know," he mumbled Then ho turned round and ran up tho stairs. Ho didn't stop running until he entered the schoolroom and con fronted hla teacher.. ricane teacner, he gasped, some- thlns'i wrong with Miss Prown." "Why, whnt do yon mean. Charlie?" Tlease, teacher. nh- don't know where her room 1?!" "What mnRen ron think she doesn't know. Charlie?" -""Cause the asherl me If I knew." Duplicating thirls by Zincography, The Vnlted States hydrographlc of fice baa recently Installed a plnnt for the reproduction of fprelrn chart be atpcvteraphy. The bydrographer states In his lat annual report (ha hl work will occupy at least fon 'ears, but w-Vn it ts ccmnle'ed th aw will bi practical),. )r(.rpf rfr,. i forei-n ?ottfcn cf mpplr f '.a;:.-. ,c t ;-.,.i;c Am.-ricta. IT'S 6. Iff.. USE IT F. "7 httt- Af tecahavlng. Alter in- uain, nil iac. now1r A a foot powder. Rev-lly In.Jispena ble. Ia eifpsr top caoi. At drug, gists, IS centa. Fur Sale by A. DELCOMYN. Adv. i-l 1 i gJlwfc! Do You Know? Now is the time to put your system in good condition: get prepared for the Spring and Summer Seasons. NYAL'S Hot Springs Blood Re.redy Will BENEFIT You Most. Ask YOUNG Notice for Publication. (Publchrr.j lcrrt mcoi "f the Interli.r, 1 . Lind U1i.ce at Jackson, Mm. U. S. Aunu-t Ut, U'll. ) Notice U hereby given tbt Cauip- t:l C, lliru, nf Ilurlcv, Ml-.HMlpii, who, on Jiuuarj ,'Jij, I'XiD, made houie- steal entry SerUi No. ot;, f .r Ni of NWi andSWt i f NWJ cf Section 3, Township 5 Suulb, iUnireS Wei'., M. J tefhen i Meridian, hi filed notice of luteutluo lu make Ave year 1'ruof to esUtilhti cUitu to the land above de scribed, before the Clerk of the Chan cery Court i,f Jaeks'in County, at Pi' ciiifoula, MI"Uitl, uo the iHi) day of September, U'll. Claimant natuc-t at witnee: R Crawford, of Hurley, Mit-tisippl M. J. Huberts, of Hurley, Ml-llppl T. A. Huberts, nf Hurley, Mis-ltuppl. Joicph Jonen.of Hurley, Mlsslctlppl. W. V. Ci MMiNg, HcKister. 27 5t. ... to the Man "Self Mads." A pathologist cf standing Inveighs gainst the "iclf-made man" In terms that will be surprising to many. "The self-made man," be suys, "Is often in the process of degeneration, at.d the first evidence of degeneracy In a fam ily la the aelflihnen atid meanness or the running, avarice and meanest guile, by which the self-made man succeeds In anuisrlng a fortune for his still more degenerate children to spend In gratifying their selfish de si ri'i." There Is another side to the matter, and Thoreau saw It when be said that the man who bad acquired wealth would Insist on having his sons educated, and thus he would be come the real founder of a family. Pprlngfleld Republican. DON'T LET THAT COUGH "HANG ON" Stop it now before it gets a hold. Use GE-RAR-DY LUNG BALSAM It's a speedy remedy fur nil' pulds, lironeliitis, etc Price only 23 ct. If our druggist does not keep it write to us fur sample. The Phil P. Crtup Cs.. Ltd., New Orleans, La. Tardy Act of Justice. Marriage between Kngllnh actresses and men of a hl:h social position be gan In the eighteenth century. If no earlier. There waa Lavlnla Kenton, the Polly Peachum of Gny'e "Hoggin's Opera," who became duchess of Hol ton; there wai Miss Karren, who mar rled Lord Derby; also Miss Ilninton became Ijidy C'rayen not long before t-ord Thurlow married Miss llolton. Earliest of the list, though, comes the earl of Peterborough, who married Anastasla Robinson, the nlr.ger, and kept the marriage a secret until a few days before his death In St. James' palace, when he assembled tils rela tive! and friends and publicly ac knowledged the woman "to whom he owed the best and hopplest hours of his life," a tardy act of Justice that caused the lady to awoon away. Wlae Deciilon. ', The decision of the supreme court of the commonwealth that a wife liv ing apart from her husband Is not en titled to benefit under the terms of the workmen's compensation act may Seem a hardship to those affected by it, but it ta wise and entirely for the best Interests of society. The ef fect of this dictum must aurely be to encourage the maintaining of the home that Is to say, the place where man and wife dwell together wheth er It be a house, or an apartment or only a single room. The wife, nat urally lolicltous for herself and her children, will be more careful to pre serve the solidarity of the family. When that can be done properly, so ciety la always the gainer. Hoston Post. Not Polly Tlcka. rmrlng a political campaign a can didate for the legislature was driving through the country seeking votes among the farmers when he met a young man In farmer's garb walking by the roadside. Having- In hla mind a prospective vote ke stopped his horse, and saluting the farmer in a familiar manner inquired: "Are you paying any attention to politics nowa days V The young man stopped, looked at him suspiciously and drawled out: "No, stranger; that don't happen to be my gal's name, but if It was I wouldn't think it was any of your darned business." This ended the interv'ew aa well as tho prospect National Monthly. ' Job Work executed with neat ness and dispatch at this office. ii i Ihone 96 id NELSON'S HOUSE 3 v. m:i.m), iw lAM-A(.IM'L. HT. PAWAtilll . Miss. ROOMS r()c. 11:1 Day. HI'MIAI. SAKS HY MtIK U MI'Mll. MsdenilCaflvsnlencss. nine Ut KOOMS F0K LItiHT JlOlsKKKEriXO. - li How To Qlv Qulnln To Children. fFUnill VK llhtri.1 mrli gam lti In Imptuvetltjuimn. It iaaTalrlrStruD. rl'aa ant to take nmldori nA tii-tliirb the at.,mach. Childrva tak H And nevrr snow i la VJuioin. Alao i:ially !attr4 lo nihilta who cana.4 Kir or.limii Uuinin. Iloea iu Baicttala . cautr arrwtiaovaa nor ringit'i in thr bvad. Try it thl twit lime yon aev-t luinitM fur stay ur fto. A- .,r f-ounc ofiam.tl tttclaKt. Tha BioKl'tilaliUMtliibluwaiatioUla. ctuia. Surely In Hard 8tralta, A Chicago man who hai a son at Cornell took occasion while on th way home from New York to stop off for the purpose of leelng how th boy waa getting along. It happened to be Junt after the Cornell football team, which had undergone many hu miliations that season, had been beat en by Colgate. "How are things go ing with the football team?" the fa ther asked, pretending to ba seeking Information. "The Cornell football team!" the young man exclaimed with ell the disgust that he could put into his tones; "It has been beaten by everything except the Colonial Dames!" For Undesirable Vegetation. Common salt la not so effective, as oil on grass and narrow-leafed vege tation, but ta better than arscnlte of soda. When the vegetation Is very rank salt will bo found very dcslr sMo and should be used at the rate of from two to three tons per sere, depending upon the rankncti ot the growth. The salt should be fine grained, free from lumps, and should be scattered very uniformly. To bs cure tho best results. It should be made Into a suturnted solution, one pound being mixed with a quart and a half of water. The salt brine should be applied by meana of a sprinkling can or sprinkler, which spplles It taster than a spraying outfit. Solid Alcohol as Fuel. In Germany, and to a smaller ex tent In America, cubes of solid alco hol are used for cooking and for heat ing curling Irons. It Is much more convenient to put In pills or metal containers than In liquid form, be cause it can be used thus on metal or asbestoa without a burner, aud gives out a certain uniform heat. Some of these cubes are made of CD per cent alcohol, worked up In a solid mass. Mixed with collodion the solid alcohol la more cleanly, but rather expensive. The cheapest and most useful cube Is made of sawdust soaked in alcohol and mixed v. Ith tar. T10i0nTCIIIZEN Some time auo 1 beuun the uc of your Swamp Hoot with most remark able results For years I wasalmof, a wreck and was a ureal sufferer. The doctors who treated me made me be lieve t hat my sreat sufferings were due to fennile trouble. 1 was so had at. t'tije I would faint away and hid siiikinir spells. Finally a new doctor was called in and he said that I had kidney troubles and gave me medicine, "f wiil'-h 1 fink several bottles. I ob tained onit relief from this but I was teiijnif weaker all the time; I could not sleep and suffered so much ran that my tiushand and children bad to lift me in and out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word to try Swamp Hoot, which I did. and I am lad to ntaie that the tirst do-e iave me (reat rtlief. After taklnRi the third dose 1 was helped Into bed aud slept half of the nlutit. I took several bottles of Swamp Root and 1 feel that 1 owe my life to this wonder?!', remedy. The two family doctors said tlml 1 could not live three nmottn. I would have to be helped io and nut of bed ten to twenty times every niKht. After tak Inn Ir. Kilmer's Swamp Root for two day I was entirely free (mm netting up and could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. H ILK MAN. Tutinelion. W. Va. Personally appeared before me. Ilils 11th day of Septembe, mm, Mr. P. E. Hileman, who guhcilhed the above statement and made oaili Hint, the same Is trne In substance and In fact. JofF.rit A. Mim.kk. , Notary Public. Letter tc Dr. Kilmer St Co.. B.nehamton N Y, Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to pr. Kilmer ,t Co., tllngbamton. fi. Y.. for a sample ize bottle. It. wMlcoiivlcce anyone You Will nlao r.-fl- a t.....!lat. t,r l-iiltlittlie Information, leillnn about the kidneys and bUrlder. When writing, he sure nun mcui iuii me i ancagouia i -' Dcluocrat Star.