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fir! avrrflowlng with III" Irnln ran Into a lit t lo station in the In art of tin ilne wo:):lii, a. 1 the conductor sprang to the plat fui til. "Hurry up there!" lie iall"d. ruiinliiK furwurtl to the lie gro coach. The steps wrrf pickaninnies, 110 bluck that at first sli;ht their small features would have been unillatlu (iilHliBble but fur t ho wide crt-use o:i rachfaeo, filled with even row of teeth. atartlliiK white In contrast with their sooty environment. A fat. Rood-looking m-pres. hoMlim nn oval bundle, wrapped In an old "hlia A I, close to her lin-ast, seemed to bit the renter of the crowd, and an old. old n jjro man, srlizlej and wrinkled, it at hovering around Ita margin. "I you gut u in all. Sinter Caltinc?" he inked amlously. ' "'Clar if I known!" snld the woman, running her eye over the company. "Tear Ink dere's one on um mlssln'!" "All aboard!" shouted the conduc tor, and the train moved. 'Ilyar, mlstah!" shrieked Sinter (l llne, "ytm'se ra'ln' off one o' my chll'en!" The cotnliirtor laughed good-nntur-rdly, and wss gone. "Oh, l-awtl!" moaned the woman. "lie' done cscd off one on uru, auah!" The stir, inn agent sauutt-red mar. He wore liat Intensely bored expres Ion only polhle to a man who sm-uIs his life In a plney wood rli:irlng. Ber ing four train a day In and out ami pluylng checker on a barrel Lead In the In ten a Ik. One wondert If the lunatic asyldnu ire not largely recruited from this (Ins. "Oner Imve tied 'em alctig a rope, lo'a they couldn't get away," be an I I. Sister Calllne turned her black vel vet orbi In hi direction. "You cell dat train lurk. I ay." Mic fried, "He done ca'ed oi one o' my clill'en." "S'fKie I rnn call the train ba.k'" aald the man, rititeiiiptiiiiuly. "If tou't anre one of "em In tulKaln' you'll have to set down ard wait here till the train comes tack. They'll brli.g tt, I reckon. 'Oh. my pore 1.1 rhiier Tear bgun lo slrtuiu don the black face. The wrinkled old jinde loo'.-.rd Ieeply distrtMt-d "I you .nt blank auah one on urn's mlssln'. Ebitrr CUlliic?" be ktd, lympathetlcally. Her ) wandered, v.i toe and t ran Med. over the dusky, shifting crowd ot facex I a turn' pumVkly iiiali." r.be t-l.i ' "Retter rouut 'em." sur.r.ested the agent. How mauy an there a.iy how?" "I re's I.u Hoiy AJUue, Irry. jller " "Ti here, msrr.mv!" Interrupted a lot g limbed r rl of II. "I tuld )0U lo roiinl "em!" aald the rent, In.pntl. ntl. "I ejvn't mmi". tiins'r! 'r.r bawn ifoie de v. ah ltul anyho (ley a.iy d le'a lelten on um." "SLUT CtlKi.e." aaid the 1 1.1 man. Compassion n written all over bis kind old face. II had been a good darky from his youth up. and lila sin fill p:itd was purely fictitious. "What de muttah wld you ole lady you done IomI?" ssked Rlaler Calllne. "Consumpahun." replied the old man aolemnly. 'It runi In our family. Ole Cuiinel Kent a ma tiled ob It, an' do cur.iicl'a first wife died of It an' 111 ml tla died. too. An' den my le lady took It an' she died. It a a tdi rible de cease. " "Dat aholy I to!" coincided Slater Calllue. " 'Scusc my Insurance axln' you, mlatah. Uoea you git you llbln' preachln'?" "lie folk pay me aome, an' den I'M g )t nice piece o' tan' an' a 111 fcouae. My ole maa'r give um ter me," aald the old man, with modest pride. "Kho! Ain't you too old ter wukT" "1 wuka aome, an' de ara help me. l'se do onlleat one ob de ole aarven't ler. 1'se 5 year ole!" "Kha, now!" aaid Slater Calllne, aurb lniiresBcd. "How ole you la. Slater Oalllne? bopiu' you'll 'acuae me fer axln'." "I dunno 'xaikly," aald Calllne, ttudylng a liule. "I 'ipecl lee CO gwine on JO." They had become o lntereted In their humble annalaMhat the plcka Dlnnle had been lost fight of. They were erattered along the i all road line gamboling like a menagerie turned looae. lKe you wan me tu roun you rhlll en, Slater Calllne?" "Co'ae I dix-a Ilyar! You-all. Com hyor." The children paid no attention. "Iley noetli dUaerplalnln', Slater Cal line." He roue. "Chll'en. clill'en! he called In a voice of authority. The black cloud drew together and bore down on the atatlon-hotute. "Now you-all atan' atlll outwell die genehuan conns' you," commanded the nml her. "I.u Koxy niln' yeraelf. Abe l.inkum. atan' up. lon' acrouge ao! How he gwln roun' au, ef you dixlgea roun' d.it way?" A nilld degree of order at last pre. vailed e'ld the old man began. "One, two, three. In", fllr, alx. eben. nine, eight, ten! Dire alnt' only ten "Diwter be lehen, auah." aald Sister Calllne. "Oh. whl I gwlne ter do?" "I'll conn' 'utn olx-r agin'," aald the old man, kindly. Sisier C'ulliiie wiped away her tear. "You am ao kind, mlatah' I knoaej you j a goi J man when Hrer Martin tole me tr kre- long er you on drr l. am." "An I knor.e,! yo.i wa a gool wo man ahen llrer Mariln tole me 'You like good c' o' Staler Calline,' aaya he. Now I'll ccun' 'um agin." "One. two. thiee." and ao on. They went over end over this, but by no lexer Ji main of counting could ten t. made tlcven. Sister Calllne grew more and more ditre.te! and waa Jviet breaking Into hyaietlial Kiln when the train whlatlej at the next atatlnn below. They both aprang up. and Calllne acreamej to the children, who cime Tvlnf acr.xs the track like a flock of will blarkhlnlk. Whn the train drew up and the ruadti.-tnr :cped off, thcro aa Cal line to nice', hln. "I'lcajio. nilttnh: hsa you brung bjck my chile?" ahe teirfully pleiJed He looked at hir. What do you Ieres leben rhil'ea au' none ob 'au uiiMtln', roundln' um right." 1 "Kleven! How In the name of Gen ere' Jackson are yoagolng to take care of'ieven children?" "Dey'a gwlne ter take ca' o' me, Maj'r," aaid the old man eagerly. Dey'a mighty peart chll'en, mighty peart, an' dey c'n pick a heap ob cot ton an' hoc ro'n an' tatera an' weed In de gyarden an' do power ob oder turn." The curloualy wliejed old fare (hone aa f he bad Just come Into fortune. 'An', runnel," he went on. "I'ee git- tin' too old ter wuk much, an' I tlnki my meetin' up wld Slater Calllne I a apeclal proverdence. I want ter git de oration roun' aoon dal dere gwlne ter be a w odd In' down ter my 111' house tternlght." Go ahead, then," laughed the col onel. "The mlaala wilt have a cake baked for you. and, by George. It'll havTo be a big one to go round." . The cake waa baked In the big Iron bake kettle of antebellum aorlalloM, and there wa a festival In the cabin down by the creek whloh laated Into the small hours. to l 1 . r"'V iL. AN ALAeMINO EPIOBMIC. The (ilrl'a KeUllvaa lt4 with UrA, I'ersiaMary mm4 tlapth. One of the beat-known necktie fac tors on Ursad street has for Ita super intendent a big, Jolly fellow, who, while an excellent business man. la of rather a trusting, unauaplriou nature, say the New York Mall and Kxprea. Directly under bis supervision are sev enteen young women about as quick witted aa ran be found In a day's walk on the east side. They receive a stip ulated sum per week arnd are not re to work on legal holidays. About A nioat effective remedy for sheep su a Li ami tirka It a preparation of jiiire nicotine prepared from toliarro. Owners of hfep genernlly are using It Instead of lime, sulphur and arsenic anil seem unanimous In believing that sheep tli ka ami s nb w ill soon lc to tally exii-riuiiinted. Nicotine la a ilemlly ihiIhoii to Inserts, but when 1l 1 ii I i fur dipping does not affect ani mals. In this reauect It dlffi-r from the mineral hiIsoiis. The Kkalxura Ilp Co. of t h to are the largest manufacturer nlcotlue la the Tbe law can not be too severe on doc tor who advertise medicine to Im- four month ago, so the superintendent ! I"'0V tn PP,',lte. It Is hard enough tell a reporter, application waa made 1 'k" for ' m ,0 Mtlfy the "PAT YOCIl IIAI1Y?" saaderly, "le we at t rlutit down hv.ir in' I'll roun' um fer ye. I'ae a scholar." "You aholy la kind. luMah." nald Sister Calllne, gratefully, ilttins donn an the edge of the platform. The egt-nt Inuglitd ahortly tinned away. i The grlizled old uncle took a red and yellow handkerchief from hla pocket and carefully dusted tn end of th pLinka before he took hi eeat. He wore a threndliare black c ill ablch had umloubtct'ly ome Moved la bltth ao. lety. ' Hluter Cutllue likiked nt hi iii wilh In terest. "1 reckon dat yon mini' be a preach er. wih," she said, deferentially. "Madam. I Is. l ac been prenclilu' de word I'me nlue ye.ua, flu r acme my poie oM l.i ly tiled. I wat u po rr f til sinner nfoie d.it." .sUtcr Calllne looked awel. "1 was, si:ah!" aald the old niMi, ret rospectively. "Hut I'ae come Inter tie kh'gdcm now auah 'miff, dress tie lird. Ij yoa got a hutlian", Kls:-r Cal llne?" , "I'ae a Hire wldder, mli.tah. v. Id .ill rtcse chll'rn ter n utile fer, an' de l.awd tnow what le gv h,e ler tlo." Ynrle gUnred nt the bundle J.i her en, a. It had I'tcun lo move and h In. .i r. "D.it your lahy, chile?" asVe I mu le, Innih ently. "Dla my baby." replied 81: ter IVil ilne. looking down nt t la sooty mite In her arm with maternal pilde. "Mv po' ole man lit l'r see dla buby. He waa blowel up by tie bller bustin' In tie mill where he waked. lie was done killed when dry lining him home. I)e doctors tried and tried to pump aome life Inter him. but he never spjku no ko'." "For de lan' sake!" cjacu'.ni:d the old man. "IKtuner und bltxcn! m an. woin.-.n" "I'se gut 'leben chll'en." groaned S'r.rr Call ne, "and 'dla grnrlman ha roundel 'um ober aa' o'jer, un' dere ain't only ten." The conductor ran his eye over the 'roup. A score of heads were thrust out of the roach, and a murmur of amused sympathy stirred along the line. i 'ii-nr He pull. . I fnrlh hla hi)k hurriedly and t erne I over the page. ' i'siut Cjlllue Jaikson and eleven chlldrrn." He glanee.l ever the bra la of black, boliblug heads and back at the woman. Ills rye Ml on the bundle In her arms. 'Great Jove! What's the matter with the baby making eleven?" There were roarj of laughter an I and nnrh wannn of hats as tho train moved out. "You done roundid um wrong. Mis tali." snld filter Calllne. looking up reproachfully at the old man. "U dey all hynr?" he asked with dlcnliy. "Co'ae dey's all hyar." "la-n iliiti'l dat plntedly show dat I rounded um right?" Sinter Calline s dark countenance i wore a trouli.tvl expression, but a they went along tbe plney woo.U road to ard Kentvllle It gradually cleared up, and when they rame In sight of Kent Hall It waa beaming. "Here' lie runnel!" said Vnrle, I pointing to a gentlemnn dreed In a iii!e duck suit, who sat comfortably I In a big armchair on the gallery, "lie's one o' tie are. You Jea" wait here a apell ontel I go an' tell him." "Well?" a.ill Colonel Kent, good I naturrdly, laying down, hla newsaper. "What 1 It. I nele Dick?" I "I'ae JeV come ter tell you. runnel, 1 dat I'ae foon' a go nl woman dat I I l.iks tie Ih' In the world, an' we' fixed our mln' dat we'll marry tore long. We reckon temight I de bos' time." "Marry! Good Iord!" a;ild the col onel, astonished, "riuch an old fellow a you are?" "I I ole, fur a f.ic', Maa'r, but I'ae lived alone nine years, an' It's mighty lonesome" "That s ao," aald the colonel kindly. "An' 'pears like I can't atan' It no louger. An' Sister Jackson need a huiba.nd ter help her raUa her chll'en . A STRANGE DEATH. UrtTSfs Charraw Mmly Faa4 tUaaalk Iks Ralaa mt Ills Slag. At 7 o'clock In the evening Ethelbert A. Whltromb mounted the stage of tbe I'klah and Scotia line to drive to Lay tonvllle, says the San Francisco Chroni cle. When the stage rearhed a turn In the road about four miles north of Wll lets the driver had either fallen aileep or become confused and the horse bit the regular road and took a left-hand road In the direction of Felton' saw mill. Whltromb awoke shortly after departing from the stage road and dis covered bis predicament. There wa an embankment on the left of the road and, not observing the declivity, Whltcomh eudeavoied to turn tbe horses snd drive back to the atage road. The kingbolt of the stage broke and wagon and driver were thrown down the embankment. It waa evidently Impoasihle for the driver to extricate blmw-lf from the rubber covers of the eat, and be consequently fell beneath the stage. Hla head struck a rock, and It la believed that death was almost Instantanroua. Tbe dash board of the atage struck on Whlt comb'a breast, so If he did not die at once he waa held a prisoner. In the meantime the aide lumps of the stage had exploded or been broken by thi fall and the oil fell directly on the body of the Injured man. Jht flames gradually extended from the burning wicks to Whltcomb's clothing, and when found In the morning the body was burned beyond recognition, one leg and both arms having been burned off. A set tler residing some distance from the scene of the accident saw what be had regarded as a cam pur of hunter, but it was really Whltcomb's funeral pyre. It Is the custom of this stage line for the southbound driver to rontlnue the trip In esse the northbound stage fatla to connect at the regular station. Next morning, aa Whltromb had not arrived at the proper station. Driver liraskett kept on south. When he reached the scene of tbe accident he was horrified to observe the burned 1 stare r.ud amid the embers the charred body of Whltcomb. The horses SN-re s:lll sundlr.g attached to tbe rr:r.s!ni of the ctsre the fire at one time having bten so fierce that the hair of the ani mals was singed. The state carried a heavy mall, but It was all destroyed and little wis left of tbe vehicle. Unmi Nasi. Hobrey Dld Mr. Bltmpley buy those ticket you expected to sell him for the roscert In aid of the orphan asylum?" Glmbey "No; but he promised to write a letter exprr salve of hi sympathy for the jjlorloiu cause." Hoxbury Gaiette to bin by one of the employes for a "day oil" to go to a funeral. A grand mother was dead. Tbe request wss granted. During the same week an other girl asked leave to aiay away to attend the funeral of a cousin. This wa grauted also. . Following these re quests came a most alarming mortal ity among the relatives of the em ployes. In twelve weeks tbe seven teen girls bad been off thirty-six times to attend funeral. Sometimes It was an iinrte. sometimes an aunt, and again a grandfather. Tbe original appli cant appeared to suffer the moat fre quent bereavement. She bad been away four times In four weeks to go to a funersl. When she made her fifth request the manager called her into his office. "Do you expect to get married soon?" be ssked. "Well, J don't know." replied the girl, opening her big black eyes In sur prise. "Why do you . Itrown?" "I suppose." replies perlntend ent, ignoring the question for a mo ment, "that in rase you do marry you hope to have children?" "Well, I hadn't thought of that," was the young woman's response, "but I supimae I would like to have children of my own. Certainly." "I am glad to bear It," said Mr. Drown. "I'leaae tell me what you mean," asked the nerktlemaker. "I don't un derstand you." "I simply thought." said the fat sup erintendent, aa he took the payroll j book from its shelf, "that your family was In danger of becoming extinct. Here you have burled your uncle, your aunt, your cousin, your grandfather, and now you are going to your alster'a funersl. There won't be any of you left pretty soon." The young woman reddened snd after painful pause she said she would withdraw her applica tion for time off. Then the superin tendent went Into the general work room. "Young ladUa." he said. "I regret to be obliged to announce that hereafter I shall be obliged to limit each of you to two funerals a month. I am sorry to do this but If this epidemic keeps op I shall expert that you will fall victlma yourselves. Your families are drop ping off so rapidly that I cannot look for any other result. Do you catch tbe drift of my remark?" There waa a deep silence for a mo ment and then a glgsle. Mr. Drown went back to his books. There bssn't been ueain since ne rpose a moniq i ago. appetite he has, one. much I a greater John Lynch, a New York saloon bum. drank a bottle of bar pollen the other day, thinking It waa aarsaparilla. Ho soon turned black and took on a beautiful luster. He will probably tile. The polish was a "quick dryer" and will probably make Lynch dryer than he baa ever teen. There Is no tyranny known to men arger or more cruel than the tyranny )f opinion. Tbe higher the theme, tbe More vitally It takes hold of life, and then men think Intensely they feel Ieeply. wstluaal I'epalisi Ctarcaiiaa at at I.niiia, jaijr tied, lass. On see,, nut of the sliove mentioned attraction the Iron Mountain Itoiit.; will sell tickets from all point on tlov line to St. Iiuis for one fare for tin' round trip. Ticket will lie on salt' Julr ItKli. 'Jh n nd '.'1st. with tlnnl limit for return July 7tb. l!l. Write or rail in r prcn ntiitlve of the com pnny for ft.ll Information. J. C. I.ewls, Traveling I'assetiger Agent, Austlu, Trxus. Ciraw hats show which way the wind blows. Tla New York World, thrice-a-,week edition, vi ill tie of especial ad-auiag-e to you during the presideiiUal campaign, It 1 rnlilihed eterv other day except Sunday ami lias all tbe freshness ami timeln-ts ol a daily. It combines all the news with a Ion list of Inteiettlng" departments, unique features, cartoons and graphic ;tn. tratiom, the latter being a sperislty. It la easy to stumble over tlieiiuaii- est sius of people we dislike. I aevcr used so quick a eurs ss Plso'i tur for ennumjitk a. J. H. 1'slroer Hoi 1171 Hesttls VVs.0., Nov. M, lfa. ' Wuite mealed g ui : ahould be very well cooked, wLi.6 dark mean tliould be terved rsre. The bvporrite reads 1.1s doom In the light ot the newly discovered i mt. X Tho fj) Bans ' iff e . U i 4 : 01 y Beatify, w TtMtltv'a Kan faW " Tf the lading or falling of V"1 V the hair. Luxuriant tresses are far more to the matron than to the maid whose ciaket of charm U yet nohflrd by tlan. Beautiful women will be glad to fc reminded that falling or fading bail U unknown to those who nse Ayer's Hair Vigor. So long! hljh school graduate; you next year. Frenrb farmers make $1,00) to $2,000 4 year ralalrg snails. Not a slow busi ness after all. The bicyclist who carried whiskey In bis tires v.as trrettcd for pedaling without license. The queitlaa often sXel " Why are pu pils of tbe New Kng'and loswrt alary so uni formly sucee-s'iil si teirhers or perform ers?" It rtulily an.tvcr.-i by toots whe hava beri firtunste enough to bseom acqu:nted with the tnitittuion. With sa aquipoienl aiipertir to that of any other school, witb hold Americas and foreign tewheriof tb h ghett rank, with BMtoa, the art center of Am-r.ca, to furnish tb leitoprratan l eoarrt. It It a.y te see why ont year of rtudy inert I belter than two elite here. . A CURIOUS Ike Saa af Ik Baraaei VTai INCIDENT. a fligh- 11. e duett equipment never Tel tool tb lUce of Mitiu. A thlle KaWt The f.lraaxi.t flavor, gentle action, and, soothing (tTct of t-') rup of Figs, when In need of a laxative, and If the father; or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying rrsulia follow Ita use; so that It is the best family remedy known and every family sli juIJ have a bottl. Kcp tlie soup ketl'e always tightly covered let the eroiu of tbe soup e tape with tlie steam. If tka llahy la t ailing Taala. 1 ! I : I SI . S I -! tl! rMtr. XtSW w uslow swo?Mou st r fwf i Uata I twim, warswaa. A gentleman had Ven staying on visit with a certain baronet, and when leaving behaved very liberally to the' To inaue wc.l w mutt know tow domestic, having distributed among 10 I r,l' them a more than uaual amount of ; . T i Z ... . a . . , i FIT eej 'e- s-I rtre-s-H' r. e . money, says the Strand Magatlne. 1 (M.rri.i.,- s 'i'r. knsrui-eu n . . , . ltNilree. IrtlVr. '-i.n.t at a km'- He wss to proceed on his journey ..i- Ls.kuks.ausnati.l-ua-swisvia.t-a. alone on horseback, and just as he was putting hla foot In the stirrup to start, the groom who assisted him and had IVnlstaara, ... Spasmodic endeavor to save toul or to build up the church does hut little good. It I the constant, persistent work for other that count. Hev. W. R. Ulrd. LAV.'N AND GARDEN. Keep the hose and the lawn mower gclng at this eson If you want a fine velvet carpet surrounding your flower bed. Save the weekly wash suds and all dish water to put around your plant; tin I especially good for the hardy shrubbery and the bedding planta. During tbe hot weather water all planta at nliiht, so that they may get the full benefit of the moisture before the aun has an opportunity to evapor ate It. To make the annuals and perennial form busby planta with plenty of blooming branches, the seedlings should lie nipped off at the top before much growth Is made. I'ut gcml serviceable labels on all new shrubs snd plan! as soon as they are set out; it will be such a satisfac tion In the future ta be sure of the cor rect name of each variety. Good rose are a easily grown a good panslos; try setting out a fine bed , ot ever-bloomer early tbl month and they will bloom all summer, after the' hybrid perpetual have finished. Don't get discouraged over the weeds at this aeason. Thla I the time that they male the strongest and most ag gravating growth. Conquer them! now and there will be very little diffi culty In keeping the flower bed clean later In the season. j Give the plants firm support as they grow; It makes a great deal of differ ence, both In the earllness and In th quality of bloom, whether a plant la supported or leftj sway about th ground at the nis.y of the wind. Have the verbenas and trailing plants firmly pegged In position to font) well rounded bed. Iranian uij-t borrow money let Llui borrow from bit iie and never been a sharer In bis bounty contrived ra ,l to approach him closely and whisper,' llsil't t aiarr.i Car unpercelved. thie atartllng warning In .... ' ,. . , , . , V : la Ukru lt.r.ully. rnc, 7ie. his ear: "See if your pistols be loaded - as soon as you are beyond the domaln. 1h re U no oiu lu tbe world In at The gentleman, while riding on, forth- flood a jkhhioj to mtkd trouble a with did so, and to his astonishment tr.eml. found that the rhsrges had been with- l . S draw n. He at once reloaded the weap ons, placing a bullet In each. Dy night time he reached Wortbam heath and on coming upon It he was stopped by a masked and mounted highwayman, who rode up to htm fearlessly and lev eled a platol at his head. Intimating that he must have his money. The gen tlemen fired Instantly In self-defense. and hi assailant Ml dead. To a-allon' Mr. F.. D. Tenkin. of Lithonia. Ca.. to the nearest habitation and give the' asrs that his daughter, Ma. inherited a alarm was the work of a few minutes ca,e ?' I'""'- h,'cn h "f"' .czema ill Her Life, on the p"rt of the traveler, lie r TO r-. Tt 1 N . 1 Cj V t ww be is cnrel ' sound ant! well, hn Is-alTlVU sk.n ia Perfecti; ' ' 1 ' J ' na been eavet from what threatt sremU reach the dit. rate at all nntil S, S.S. was given, wbei an im proveraeni wat at once noticed, The medicine w continuecd with fav orable results, an I JOOOt0000000eOJOOOwV1MWVw00iO0a060 2 irTj i The Dost SmoklngTobacco Mado ToCa Given Away this year in valuable articles to smokers of BlackvYclI's Genuine us'ham Tobacco Yon will find one coupon bi side rat U 2-our.ce bag, snd two coupons inside each 4-onarw tag. Iluyabag, readthecoapoa and tee how to get your share. 3 3 I 3 3 3 o 3 tnrrurv an d txttash remedies failed to '..tI,wii she was treated turneu wituin au nour tiu men ana with various medicine t. external appil' lights to the spot. when, on taking the cations snd internal remedies, without mask from the bleeding corpse of the result. Her suUermes were intense, hlffhsivmin ha to Mm hiirntr Hl.-tv. an I her condition crew steailily worse. ered him to be no other than the son 1 AU the so-called blood remedie did bo ot the baronet whose hospitality he , had so recently been enjoying. This son had, of course, been one of hls friendly and social companions during , his stay. An Inquest was held, when It was found out that It waa indeed the! baronet's son a gambler ruined play who had been In the habit waylaying wealthy guest as they tie parted from his father's house. A Tkrasl. .... .. ..v. , 1 ene.1 to bliplit her lite lorever. Careful Mother- Now. Maude, you S.S.S. (.awWrra' furtly xrSttMt must give me all your money to save. cnTtt i.;c,tl,u, wrotula, Cancer, Rheu. You know It will be aa aafe as In the uutntu, or any other blood trouble, bank with me." Maude (who has been I It is a real blixd remedy and always, there before) "Yes, mammy, dear; cure even alter all else tails. safer, 'cause you can get It out ot the bank." The Sketch. 1 KT ilEPlULE CURE EVER PERFORMED IN THE CINE. HISTORY OF MED!- A Sweet L fie Girl raralyiet UnaMe to Walk. Stand, Bpak or Hot, bet uimpie eiy v-mea uy vtau a tUiiATlVE BYEuf and Y508 IXC- . T2IC ILUir, Two cf the Xoit Fhencmenal Xedidnea ia txiiteace-Scld by DmfuU Tlta rlvlllSMl world Is stsiil-,1 fc t traded I nare. etires br Venos meUlrines FhrsieUuu are aaa-1 r'.usst4 wherrvtr thr arv used Th folli.atnc is) una ef ttm anesi remarkal'le cure xrloraMj tm ' th history ,( B.,aKie. . CltvtlaBd, June Zt, Ui. -I P'ala ef Thla l J Ceunir ef Ct.yal.oev ( I'ersonally iwiri hernra VI M It.n, a. . Swtaij piiLlle In and lor th County ai Blata afare- .iu. i- ruiiur. ci M lotrott stmt. Clceaiaaa. X U . who. being tlul iooii s Cortina n law. v and says H at m litis irl. wha sofferad rtom (M. : IMtus- danr a.-..! arm tie ara basmi pataJraw 1 . I eoni)letif all oe i hntlr: 11 loo away W mch , -y tnnrelr. sh towld no: walk or nan auuva. at' waa j y cnmplttel) heipina. her hrad sa-aved from suit to. -...w. i-i'uiu ww raise nr aim ci tvfs lura til1 lci. sii had no eonlru, over u.ty pari of lh btlv. I and her longua hues out or her n.o.iih. I lock har to a dtx-lor. hut Uia rot worse unit h tietiat-i L I wss rreummeno.d lo latr her lo Vena U bMI ir doner eisTH -d th child h sakl h would fuae-' aetee sno's Klettr'c Huid and Vno a i'urnv' jiyrup to .-urs ! look a riiju.ir cf tb kwIwim. i f i ra iiin irt lmprov..i tvr: dav and ta .a 1' rta he couk stand and walk her sprh ca ! lock and sh could raiaa hn armr and brad. aad Is nesiiy well as ewr sh asm aa diihte.t and th neishbor and doctots at alomhd. If r had l-en to d that bit Utile (til eould ha bora) eurd ao oukkljf I would not ha bii,i it, Zi raua befoi I r-tnimetwed lr.Ktm.nt m. . t . i -. monl hi li.r loolkii.s child I ef aa i siron:? rv.-onintrnd Ida no mti-ina i i t ii un-irl mo nuinw ia weii inotn hi t in.l it it m(Urt4 hr i. I. Iirtka.i. fcioirt 1 make this stal'i.ietil lo linftt ether surTerara" esiits to in.it m er tli said llh V. Ilunt'i. and sntwrihed hr her ta ter niat."f this :i,t dsj f June, lM H H HKNltr. Notal I'bbtkl. I Nu I KAT1X K SYIU I' is lh beat and oely cttti!flc CUr It Mrnanantrr eut- malaria trrlils att l (even an I thoroustily cures oatsrth eonit pai ou aa.' Iitr i-t Li. II n-vnsihens th nerves, elrars th bra.n. liiioratr th atoraai-n snd i-i'-tr. a II - II. ed. Iatn,r. no 111 rrTeets Thla meOirin has foe its boor to 1nnit I 'und-in.'.od water, th gral rm destroyer ami hiood purllW. aad whio VIM-H Kl.f(-Iltlf rt.t llv will cure lh worsl snd meat !reat Ji.i.-a i-nv i.aralv!.. a.i,ii... rteuraUl and at a. he and rain a NVhiiaa l,e...l I- a.td.nt . rne.li.-ine. Th.y sr. sold al b. rent, earh" iwal. ' foTID A-S IC'.r dlt-rs .1 In trt rno 1'iirstHe Hvrun .n.l V - iTT. T. ' M in &i i . . L l v ..p ..iiih riiiMiiirrMj Al rut XL' I i I'm. i.) G C.Y1 Ifi'J HIM W. slAt. Ki.Nlk; o CATAIUUI I't'HE relia m I lores. He Ua. khsrssaa's 1'radlrtUa. In 1SS7 Gen. Sherman predicted that me muai teniuie war ever anoan .. gq uiuini ami will take place In America before th tt)n diseases end of the century." j ruailod tteo to j any aiUress. "Hard bread." or biscuit. Is to be Swift Specific no more an article of diet In the Frer.ch navy, but fresh bread Is to be regularly supplied, and ships not lyinf In port lll make it tor themselves, A Real Blood Rcmecfye Take a Mti rtmtJy (or a blood disease; a tonic wou't cure it. Our books Co., Atlanta.. Standard of the World For BtnsUtn years mn iuvt been buHJirf Columbia Bicycles, eorwtintly improving' thm, as w have ducovmd better nubrhals snd brtter methods, until trxUy they rank, not only in Amrrics, but in Europe, as Um luniicaurst, strongest. Lightest and fatkit ruanirj bkyck made l ir-i'l J ' Via 4 xiicyciss arc nudt In ths Uracil and most compkttly equtroed buXonn en the , . . ........ i wot ia, ana cvrry otuu oi uwtr ouiMdaciun as r a canUd on upon thoroughly ackntiiic hnct, thus 1 I 1 prtvcnling mLUkss or impcHfttisM. J jl jt j V V to all alike. l ijiim'.! Art I llilnns, Irllli Inllr ol sll Olnn .Sits sed ol lUnlnfd Itlrrrtos. trout wwtl aoKliliics ot low.-, fi.iv. Mj tree tnM anr Viumln asi"it V soi'l ha two S ca.l ttamr. POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. Branch Ktorot sod AitivW. In slmmi svrrr rltv i J (.. It ColuaibUs sr ncSanamty repenitd w r"ur vkuiltr. a-t M knuw. i Vot tra'sat IM hwaila 0o!4 m rint tw lost at h J.watras.am at- t VOXV Lail, kaa S7, Saomissls. Caaa n. We Guarantee CVtftY 8HOC STAMPID 8T. LOUIS. MO. UALII'Ca- Men, Women Children. ASK VOIR CC4XX fCt T.VT.'i.