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On the Sea of Azov By WARD MUIR (Copyright, by short Bturlea Co., Ltd.; , It Is possible that the Sen of Azov sometimes glitters bravely beneath sunshine; but cIuikIh have hung low over Its grayish-yellow vastness ever since we first felt our way three weeks ago through the Straits of Kerteh; ami as fur as eye can reach It In dreary- oh. so dreary. A colli wind whistles in the rigging and there is Ice on a pool of water in the C upper! Nasty, fractious, little waves slap our sides, as though try ing their best to make us roll and heave like yon pigmy flshlng-boat M the port bow. The coast is supposed to lie in sight to the northward, but It Is low-lying and the mere passen ger cannot perceive anything more than a deepening In the heaviness of the Bky. The captain tries In vain to make me catch sight of llordlansk lighthouse and tells BM that "over yonder" lies Mariupol. Hr rr-rr-rrh! It's cold, cold! What do I care for Herdlansk or Mariupol? The names are enough for me. 1 go below and endeavor to comfort myself with a paperback novel in front of the sa loon stove. . . . V..at brings me to the Sea of Azov? Heigho, the same demon of unrest which urges one anywhere else, I suppose. Why do you, dear sir or madam, gad off to Cairo or Nice or Munich? I.ovo of change, you say? (iood: call it love of change. Bad I'm with you. but you M rich and I am pour. I never heard of Taganrog till a month ugo. and I don't suppose you have ever heard of It either Permit BM to enlighten you Taganrog is the tlatte.il. the dullest, the frlgidest. the least Interesting and one of the richest townships In South Uussln. I have been there, so I nm an authority on the subject. I am on my way home from Taganrog at this moment - and mighty glad. loo. I shall never go there again; thai Is perfectly cer tain. I have seen many ports which I should like to visit twice, but Ta ganrog Is not one of them. Taganrog ugh! The sea of Azov- ugh! Hrr-rr-rrrrh; lt'a cold! To call Taganrog a port la to be ultra-polite. We anchored in the port of Taganrog when we were 25 miles from the coast, and never ventured any nearer. For those poor creatures on that flshlng bont, who spend yeur's end to year's end tossed hither and thither on these Ill-tempered waves "All the voyage of tbelr llfo Is bound In shallows and In nils erlea." Iloth the miseries and the shallows are literally true. The miseries my own ahivarlna can vouch for: Hie hallOWl are eloquently testified by W(,rd' 1 wa t,H unboppiest Journalist the chart which lies on the table be- wllH uvor nought copy In earth' for side me. It Is a mass of wavy lines j Kotten comers. and figures signifying soundings and depths or absence of depth. And at Taganrog, by the quayside, the depth in two fathoms! Think of it; bIx feet of water, only, in the harbors of one of the busiest ports of tho czar? Isn't It ludicrous? I.udlcioiiB yes; and very sad. 1. 1. ok out at the porthole for n min ute or two. There! Did you Bee It? A forlorn-looking stick, peeping from the waves within a stone's throw of your eyes. Cast a glnnce at the chart, now. and see where tho captain ticked off our position half an hour ago. We are plump In the middle of a patch of ocean u hundred miles wide: practically out of Bight of land. SO or 40 miles at leaBt from the near est cape. Look out at the porthole again. Volla: we have Just forged past another of tboac lonely, eea splashed sticks. How would you like to descry sticks poking their heads above the swell In mld-Atlnutlc? Wouldn't It seem a trifle risky, steer ing u big ship through a puddle in which a 13-foot pole, planted In the mud of the bottom, emerged at the surface? But that Is what you must do everywhere In the Azov. The o,0imton trnnip in which I am com fortably seated Just now would Imme diately touch bottom If she swerved ' yards to port or starboard Yet we are going "full speed ahead" to the best of our ability - though, truth to tell, that is only eight knots. We shall plug along at the same pace all through the pitchy night; though the poles which mark the channel are in visible in the darkness. Truly, won derful Is the art of mitigation. This absurd trench along Which we 10 gaily steam is In Itself shallow We should scrape our keel If we hutl u few hundred totiB more cargo on hoard. Indeed, when we reach Yonl kule we shall be compelled to unload a great part of our grain. In order to lighten ship, and then reload It all again when we have crossed the bar Quaint are the methods of the Sea of Azov. Thus, as I say. though Taganrog Is nomlnully a port, you are hardly within sight of Its gold-domed cathedral- and certainly quite out of eur shot of Its bells- -when you anchor In Its wind scourged roodstead There la something ludicrous In finding yourself one morning at rest "In port," and discovering that land Is barely visible. To the crew and the mates, who cannot go ashore, the so journ at Tagnnrog while the grain Is being loaded must be a dreary Inter lude. Myself I had some tasto of Its wearlBomonesB. lor the customs peo ple took three days of pcrsuudlng be fore they would let me leave tho ship and have n taste of terra flrma. It seems I might be an undesirable: an anarchist, maybe; a socialist; a breeder of disturbance; a person like ly to do damage to Hussla. Passen gers are not rei ognlzed on a tramp; and at length (with a hint from a kind consul ashore) I posed as a "sick i nginoer" and demanded the right to consult a doctor Itai kshcesh changed hands; an OflMM In 'op boots anil an asirakbuil coat grunt blingly signed a paper and handed It up to me out of a government tug. and I was ut liberty to tread the czar's dominions. At most ports with which I am ac quainted one steps straight from the ship tO the dock-side, or merely char ters n waterman. Hut at Taganrog, g.dng ashore Is something of an ad venture. There are ."i miles of weary sea to traverse, and you must do It In a flut-bottomed tug which, If the wind be contrary, cures nothing for horizontalltv. Bight hours eight I f ii .ki i.., .ii u. me to' travel from mv dear old tram,, j to the shore. Never have I been loss I happy. Never hna the wandering inn .,i,. .1.,. ..... i. i.. ,i..i. i.,.. 1 ipinrters. Sometimes 1 flnze on deck; sometinies I froze in a smoke-rt eking, verminous cubby-bole below, crumined with the dirtiest lireeks It has been my lot to encounter The tug s main I mj mi to eniounier. in tugs ma n business was to supplv the lb ps n , TVi ' the roads w th prousions and labor- . . .. crs. nnd it must needs add now to these duties that of towing a broken i dow n grain lighter. Its horse BOW! t can never have been excessive With the lighter straining In its wake, the pai e was microscopic. Brr-rr-rr-rrh: it's cold! But not so cold us when I went ashore at Tagan rog. Now found ice crackled under our bowB as we drew near the coast, and the singular manner In which a whole sheet would Instantaneously split for SO or 30 yards In front of us. making n hospitable liquid HUM for our reception, was the sole entertain BMBt I knew that weary day. Hy the time I crossed the gangway on to the pier I was a w reck, menially and bod ily. It was now three In the after noon und I hud eaten nothing since supper the previous evening; for I hud had to rise betimes und neglect breakfast in order to be polite to mes sieurs the customs men. 1 had no coat; no luggage: for seafaring men (I was not a passenger, oh, no. by uo means only u sick engineerl seafar ing men do not woar coats and need no clean shirts. I had no bunk ur magazlno to read. Sick engineers do not waste time on literature. In a Hut. ah, when I reached tho sailor's boarding-house to which I had been recommended behold hot soup with sour cream In it. behold roast fowl oh, swi-etcst bird which ever clucked o'er the steppes! behold bottled beer herewith to wash it down, and a thimbleful of vodka to warm myself first of all! Glorious, glorious' Ta ganrog wua the loveliest spot on the globe; the Azov the friendliest occuu; Russians the most hospitable of friends. Such Is the power of u warm lire and a spread tuble. What do I recall clearest or Tagan rog? The cold? The abomluublo Journeys In tho tug? The cathedral with Its Ikons and bearded priests? The droskles rattling over the cobbles? No, sir; these are but dim memories. But clear-cut on my mental tablet is the picture of a white cloth with a plate of hot soup upon It; u ring of Jolly English sailor faces welcoming me to their honrdiiig-huuse and ask me what was the latest news from "file roads" and their ships, and a hungry, cold mun, suddenly cheered with food and heat. Hid I sny 1 dis liked Taganrog? Nonsense! It Is charming. The Exceptional Equipment of the California Fig Syrup Ob, nnrl the . . .. , ..... .ccn.dic attumments of its chemists have renden'd possible the production of Syrup of l igs anil Klixir of Senna, in all of its excellence, by obtaining the pun' medic- iual principle, of plant., known to act most . ' ii i i i " mm m "'"' "'"st skillfully, in the right proportions, .vith its wholesome and refn'shing Syrup of California Figs. As there in only one genuine Syrup of Fig and F.lixir of Senna and as the gcti- uine M manufacturril by an original method known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, it is nlways necessary to buy tho genuine to get its beneficial effects. A IcnowlediT of the above faeti enables one to decline imitations or to ret urn them if, upon viewing the package, the full name of the California FigSyrupOo.it not found printed on the front thereof. WERE STILL SUPPLIED. "Have you given some fresh water to the gold fish. Antui?" "No, ma'am, they have not finished what I gave them the other day." LOST REGISTERED LETTERS FOUNDJN QUEER PLACE Missed From a Mangled Mall Bag, They are Recovered From Car Trucks. It does not ulivays. lullow that the disappearance of registered mall packages indicate n robbery of tho mall. Thin wus demonstrated on The Overland Limited train No. 2 Friday. November f,(h, when n tinck- 1 age or five registered letters from Schuyler disappeared between that point and Omaha. Tho recovery of tho lost package was as strange Bl its disappearance. The .Schuyhv pouch Is picked up j from a crane by menus of a pouch catcher Bl tho train passes. This ' pouch caliber is attached to the mall car and hooks onto the pouch sub- ' une as the train , l tbi particular lnstanco the pouch catcher did not make a Kood en,lh "' P'cb fell under : "1P "heels "f the train nnd was cut ,lv" WM scuttcrod ulnng the track for n considerable distance. inn tin- live registered letters, which 1 were In a packet, could not he found ! wh.-n tho other mall nicked on Mk. t , . . ; . "v '!,: csmoii a, once prevailed mat . iUv "IWre4 package had been found ' 1 "' HO"" onL nnu 11 re- norted as lost l'"'"-u "h ",sr- ' Postofllce Inmeotor I a Tiw.n.n. t ostomco inspector I,. A. Thomp- , son v.ua siariei out to invest cite Mia ' Iirst visit was to Council Bluffs to make Inquiries of tho postal clerks on the car, and scarcely had he reached there when he received word that the registered package had been louml by the car cleaner resting snug ly on the trucks- under the dining t.ii, wueie ii ii. oeeu mown or thrown when the mull pouch was Hung under the whet la nt Schuyler. That the package was not Injured In the Slightest, nor Jarred from its j position on the trucks, is simply nn- other tribute to tho I'nlnn Pacific's unsurpassed roadbed nnd perfect track. The Cost of Politics. In his reminiscences of (iron : Cleveland, Qeorge K. Parker tells a story concerning prodigal cxpendl till es In politics A rich uinn who . had been nibbling ut tho Democratic I nomination for governor of Now York i nslted William C Whitney's advice. This Is the advice: "Of course, you ought to run! Make your preliminary canvass, and when you have put In ISoil.OOO you will have become so much Interested In It that you will feel llku going uhcad nnd spending some money." Catarrh Cannot Be Cured tuth LO0AL Apnt.tCATiONR. as tvr rsnrnt rrntli ! ui- wai 01 mi ui-"iv i siarrn is n Diooti ur cutisii. tuu.i.iiil iluw-ssr. sua orili-r te cure It you mun lke tru.-r i.si raamae, Baai t siarra cure h i;ik.-u in- trrioiiy. sn.1 siu diri--tiy uisi.i toe biuou snn mtiioiis I rurlacss. Itsll's Calami t urn y not a quark mull- I PS . 11 Hfe! '"' y " ' I'1" " ' in i ,. i - niiurv ur vnsrs ai .1 is . rrtiisr iwist-miiuwi. It u coinposwi uf tii iwt tonic. kriowrT. rombinfii , two mtr-iiinita is wh.t imsiurra sura woniifriui re- 1 Ii.,'.. Ul rjurlinr esurrh H,.,id lr n.llmniiuu ..... p., .Inln.!,. n SoM br DrutTlsts. pure :rs-. 'lake ilea's l euiliy I'lile tur cotiitipauori. The Sad and Splendid. Solomon was in despair. "My wives guve me 700 samples to mulch on my way down town this morning." be crhid. Herewith he became color bllud. What the Name Means. "Pa, what is a pony coat?" "Something I've got. to work like a horse for to keep your mother peace able." Detroit Free Press. nooouaa 01 inoaa i ifa&z iU WORK OF A BUDDING GENIUS Couplet That Lacked Something of the Divine Fire, But Strikingly Original. . T,ht kBrH1 Uht "f an nrt l I'clleves that she Is destined to 1111 a gr,,u , lllt.nitur ,, lM ,r ; span- moments are deuitcd u -..litlng poetry about every cone l ivable sub 1' ' nerording San Francisco : ZP 5?"!5! I flr"' 1 wedding, and so llllcd with Inspiration was si,.- thai lh Imine dluu y began to write a poem descrip tive of the event. A few days after ward, when her mother was entertain ing irlends, the youthful prodigy asked peni.lsslon to read her poem before tin guests. Her mother humored her with not u little secret pride. Stanza by stamen the poem progressed until the young lady reached the point win re tho description of the brides maiils was set forth. There one of her couplets read thus: Hon had pug nn.c-s and some tin:! Ami tacit wore a blue ribbon about her abdomen. FREED AT LAST ! From the Awful Tortures of Kidney uisease. Hachel Ivlc. Henrietta. Texas. 1 would be ungrateful if I did not tell what DOBD'l Kidney Pills have done for me. Fifteen yearB kidney trouble clung to me, my ex Istence was one of misery and for two whole years I was lie able to go out of the house My back nched all the time and I was utterly weak, unable at times to walk without assistance. The kidney seet-ethinB were very Irregular. Iioan's Kidney Pills restored me to good heal:h, and I am able to do as much work us the average woman, though nearly eighty years old." Iti member the name Doan's. Sold by all dealer. M cents n box. Foster Mlllmrn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Pathetic Pride. Willie had had a tumble when to wns a baby and bis hip was M hint thai o or afterward he wus obliged to use I crutch, tin one iM-caslon. when bis mother had bought him a new Brntch ol the latest nnd BMBt np I"" '' stylo. Willie expressed his en- I tin: -in and delight in the roundest terms "And oh. mother:" he ex claimed, In conclusion, relerrlng to a Huh friend of his who having the use of both legs had no need of Bftlti bet, "won't Johnny Knowles be Jealous!" Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CAS I OKI A, a safe and sure remedy for Infants und children, and bee that It Pears the Signature of in se r or uver ..(( years. The Kind You Iluvo Always Bought " " r" " ""'"'"Y- A" jhrouB ""' BtBTtotB of every Turkish city and village are little slums whi re flu- fc cull Itn tirs i jui til .,, Ir ' . ' " , 7. i , "ni1 '""'"' f'" " fow At 1,,H prayers a Mm.len, could not use a hat ' " bnm, U his le ad must press ..., , .. , Z .. , "" prayet rug a certain i inber of . ' . . mw must be com roil at all limes, a fez or mine oilier brUxUesi covering must be used. Reslnol, the Best Healing Ointment That Cm Be Found. I have used Kosiuol Oint man! nnu tat two venrs and akall never -iv,. u up. I wouldn t be without It, being thi best healing ointment I have found yet. John I!. Llain, London, ling. Marks on Silverware. sterling as used In connection ulili sllvcrunic means geuuliie silver The addition of tho word "putent" Is to Indicate that the particular design of the article OB which the word np pears Is patented and that the article Is genuine sllvor. WHEN YO(;-RKAKIIflAltSKnsero. Whrn lSJ!X"?lM. ' ar all eejittt.lt7ai; saaiaBeOUaa Good diets. "Pa, what Is n football coach?" "The ambulance, 1 guess." Mm. M'ftuUow'ri iiWlllllBg Kjrrnp. illilrra t-'rlliliiii. I'fti'iii tun mamL wmXn VorrhlMrrn t.Mlh!aK, ...f-n. lb. Kin..( rsaurM - BSSMMMOB, HMySfMi curtw wlod cultu 25c buttlu. lit. . A wise man LrappTWMM fully two (hlrds of hln oiiliiiuriw. Ix-wis SinRlo Jtinttrr strnipht 5c- Many imokera prefer tlicin to IDc cijara. The less a man knows about worn u wuu, en the more he thinks ho knows, TM-. riwns,-. V. ., ' - Xi kemUL TEii VUtZSJ oVfiUS "u,",', liver . . .- ............. . ,. ,,, , 7rnrs Occasionally a thin woman acquires ,i . . -s. .. ,,M - ail Ul ,,,Jl BUUWIUfJ 11 PUTNAM He Knew the Reason. "I enn nay ono thing In fnvor of Mr. Kcatherly." remarked Mr. IleniJricka. the landlady; "he never takes tho laM plee of bread on the plate." "No, In deed, Mrs. Hendricks,' aasentod Dum ley, cordially, "Fcatheriy ain't quick enough." Uninr. ugly, grlxily, gray hlra. Ueo - LA JOY OF THE WILDERNESSl Small Piece of String Would Have Rendered Prospector's Long Journey Unnecessary. There are situations worse than flail Hamilton s famous "Twelve miles from n lemon. " The man in HiIk New York Telegram Item Beemiil tu have found oue ol i hem. A party wus encamped on the Hear river In eastern Utah, when I prospector ciuiie ulong oni morning on a mule. He hnd his Jaw ; tied up, and nt first seemed Inclined to pass on without a word. On sec ond thought, however, he halted and gruffly queried: "How fw to Salt Iike?" "Three hundred miles " "Humph"' "Traveled far?" "About 200 milei." "Gel your Jaw hurt?" "No. It's Just an Infernal toothache, and I'm riding GOO miles to get It pulled " We Invited him down und one ol the crowd got n piece of string round the tooth and Jerked It out ns slick as you please. After the overjoyed mun had BMSBl dancing nbout I Queried: ' Why didn't you try the string be fore starting on such u long ride?" "Most kind of reason, sir. I hadn't nnry a string." Youth's Companion. In the op tnlOfJ of the beauty doctor many a homely woman has a fine face for business. What Ails You Do you feel wenk, tired, detpondent, have frequent hoiul echci, OOeted toejUae, bitter or hod taste in morning, "bcsrl-hurn, " belching of gun, acid risings in throat after eating, itumiich gnaw or hu.-n, foul breath, dijzy upellii, poor or Mn-iuble appetite, nuuc at tinici and kindred symptoms ; If you have any considerable number of the tfhovf- irmptomt you ore Buffering from hiliou fieif. torpid liver with indigestion, or dripeptia. Dr. Pierce's (ioldcn Medical Discovery is miido up of tho most valuable medicinal principles hnown to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most efficient liver invigoralur. stomach tonic bowel regulator and ncrvo strcngthcucr. The "(.olden Medical Discovery" is not patent medicine or secret nostrum, a lull list of lit ingredients BsYMj printed on its bottle Wrapper and attested under oath. A glance ut these will show thnt it roiilnins no alcohol, or harm ful Imhit-lorming drugs. It is n fliliJ extract made willi pure, triple-refined glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of nslivo American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Btsfalo, N.V. 1 VOfCTpTT The Largest Manufacturcr or Men's Fine Bhocb in the World Wi rW. L. Douj-l i cnmfortnblt! noy wulklnn Bhn. Thoy nro m.-icJo upon honor, of IrM bet lenth ra, hy th moit RkltlocJ workmen. In nil the latest fuihions. Shoei In every stylo and ahape to suit men In nil walks of llfo. If I could tuke ynu Into my larRis factories nt Drocktnn, Mttsi., und show you how ctucf uliy W. L. Doug las shoes nre ntndn, you would then understand why thoy hold tholr shape, fit hetter, wear longer nnd ore c f greater value thun uny other make. CAI'TION.-Son Hint W, I, Doiulsj BUneniKl the rrti.il DHtS in nmpeU on lbs bottom. TnLe Nit SuhstttiMP. Easy to Clean Under Von cs ii iwcoft, mup or wruli unit it : N i llun.li i rassB sspsistoy WIUkhM wotIbi It" Hire- ifp. strip yon Rien ynurnllk I..' isuordslrj Inn lib (in .. . want. tniiDMi ll Willi u Liter ilMl in II. il uli Ihu UlH.1. 'Itu National Cream Separator inn h- k-i-i serfatflf lev without an trolllii,- 1,11(1 II SLUMS St.h.lU. lull Mm nrY,r afraid it will Mteaiol TO' in is-i , ,1"' ' "lulls rtililll in n lli.ll'll lit, whiii run seta lo ejjenila ami eleaa s twloe . very il.iv7:lll limes II I, ir. s Your easier will suimiIt inn will, NsT.i inii Tor in-.,. . Ilim or lri.il s M I Suit. 1 1 1 u .1 r.tl.'.l salwlama lanfraeoa rwgu-st. THE NATIONAL DAIRY MACHINE CO. Qothen, tnd. SIGK HEADACHE Positively tu ml by thes Little VlWu. Thrj a.ho ri'lkve Pin trrtsifrom 0nMyflls In 'ii,:. hi ion fin. i Too Bwirty i-atlnp. A pi rli'Ct rem iv tor dijziiii-s,. Nm,. .ni, lrowt.incs, liiul j Tnsn-in the Moiitii, Com. 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A correspondent of the Walker County Messenger tills this one "A darky was on r rial In the crim inal court last week on u charge of bigamy. After the Jury has returnod a verdict of guilty Judge Mclteynolda remarked: " The ber.t I can do, Crurn, In to give you the minimum ' " 'Lordy, mercy me. Jedge. don't do dnt! I'd rather go to the pen,' said I 'rum." Atlanta Constitution. Never. Mrs. Ilenham You still Insist that woman has more curiosity than nianT Ilenham Sure; did you ever know a, man lo wnnt to find out If he could get off a street car backwards with out committing suicide? A woman would rather suspect her husband than dbtrnst br.r Trencher. ST rlnnit. lt,,- . m ul fulliu.ru..,.. Chicago. Ill DYSPEPSIA "Having taken your wonderful "Casca rets' for three months and lx-iun entirely cured of stomach catarrh and dysfiepsia, I think a word of praise is due to 'Cascarcts' for their wonderful composi. tiou. I have taken numerous other so- cuiicu remeatea but without avail, and I Curl that Cascarels relieve more in a dav tlian all the others I have taken would in ycur." lamca HCOuaa, 1Ao afu tlnu. u 'r Plonsnnt. Patatabla, Meal, Tnsto Oood. Do Good. Neeaf .Sicken. Wcnkru or (irliic. 10I-.2S..MS.-. Never solj In bulk. Tho ifen ulue t.ibJot iitaiapecl CC C. daaraiitecsi tu cure ur yuur wuocy Lawk. SU j'i:ut:iV';.i:iri.wii t.t.n:.tk:s.a-a W. N. U.. ST. LOUIS, NO. 49-1909. COLT DISTEMPER (Mn l haiull-sd riy wtty. Tho Ftck an miml, n-1 ll o there t a"itoatail.li-. itn tii.i: tir hi' "ritkii. ' kfit rr.au hr hiu Itm 1 vw.hy UkiiiK hll'MNH 1 Igfil' (USTKUl'l.K t.Tlll. lli.i orj, tun (.uiiuiy't Id f-l Arltt n tlie lilooij AtM .-,-t in ir-nua oC i ...iiii-soi tiinwiini-rT. IK'l ITIIieilJf r t'H Titr IliarrMi III .im-l.)tii-ii-tit.rn(.t t..t,,rt.-.n.i.t.so, tookn'' tl Uttiei Si.nri I liuiiarcii nf ilriiir;!- isiml fmrnr-fat dtmleni. or acnt ii iircr Mid br RMMMtgN-f, Cut silwwn hotv to poaltlov thnN.Ua. Vur trw9 JiiitkltKtfif-rf;rTtliliir. 1k- mtrtils VaVOtaai. ljrvt"t Mlliu , lio rao niutgnr lm- : cn.ts.t u v.ara. tkmmM9mmW1 Coshon, Ind., U. . K, SI.OO, retail.