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A TRIP AIUIOAI).
4j(, Europe as Mr. It. It. Jordan Sa It?Vienna Rest Liked City. . Mr. and Mrs,. R. II Jordan, wh were numbers ot (he Europoa * . party of AIr.and Mra C.E.Graiian of Greenville, have returned I Vyiiiti tiUV i ivit titO puit on account of Mr. Jordan's hu* ik ss engagements. The entii party will rercli Greenville the 20lh. I lie |' Uly I Ic what is teraue "A Cook's Vacation Tour of Jin rope," and was gone two and hall months. The route was New York, Gibraltar, Naple (Pompeii, Vesuvius), Kome,Floi ence, Venice, Semmering Pass Vienna, Salsburg, Munich, Lak Conttance, Zurich, The llig: Lucerne, Interlaken, Stralsburg * Heidleburg, Mayence, The Ivhint dulo^ir , iiiiiolUiUilill, IIIH liiitfUi Antwerp, Brussels, Paris,London Plymouth and New York apair Therefore the tourists visile Italy, Germany, Switzerland,Hoi land, Belgium, France and Enj land. In talking interestingly abou his journey to a reporter tor th Charlotte Observer, Mr. Jorda said that I he Cook tours provid every convenience and com fori A guide met the party at Gihmi tar and stayed with them unti they left England, lie did every thing for the tourists, provide hotels, meals, carriages, selects the places ot interest to visit au paid all expenses. I "What did your ticket tor th round trip cost jou?" asked th reporter. ' JuM $5*25 each," he replied * "That was supposed to cove everything, even tips. It inigh have done so lor some of the 4 members ol our party, Out?" "IW much did your trip ooh you ?" ' A 11i lie above $1,000, or ove $2,000 ior4he two ol us. 1 didn' do very much?didn't splurg around or anything of that kind I just lived comfortably, bough a few things, and exorcised con mon sense by tipping every bod who waited on me. This talk < seeing Europe on a few hundrr dollars is absurd. A man ougb always to ligure on spent!** $1,000 if he expects to enjo himself." . V. 44What city in Europe did yo like beRt ?" 44Vienna, by long odds. It i the prettiest citv 1 evernaw, wit good hotels and every imaginabl accommodation for visitors. An talk about good roads? Why faur horses over there pull a con veyanco that holds 32 peopb But the grandest, most pictu ..I f _ iwcmjuw piace x ever saw, or ox pec to?pee. is The Rii_ri, in Swit/.ei 4and, Here are tiptop hotels i an elevation ol 0,000 feet and a around are the anowclad AI pi It. in Kuorouielv beautiful. "Some of the members of ot party were disgruntled," contii ed Mr. Jordan, ?becauee , the couldn't find a decent drink < rye whiokey or any chewing i tobacco in Europe. Why, tlier wasn't a cuspidor on the ateau er, and I eouldn'tget a chew c tobacco in all London." "You like London#" UN?, not mnch. Too wet an fogc;y there." J; And you got plenty to ea while aboard? Yon had more th hot biscuits and chicken and m w gravy and good coll'ee and?" Xol c4 on oi iii \ou know ^ 1 didn't get any of these things. wj o But the tear was tiood enough to w] u live on and 1 expect to go back ui i, 6onie tinio or other.''?Charlotte 0 Observer. * 1 in j * 1 CIRCUS TRAIN WRKCKBD. fo Ke lt he Wallace llros. Train In A Ter us <1 riblo Acciikiit 'a a Durand, Mich., Aug. 7?Wal- (\11 . lace Brothers circus train was tlf ,8 wrecked hero today and nineteen . dead bodies have been removed ce Irom the debris. About thirtv !u ' be e more are injured, trainmaster j ! McCarthey, of the Grand ni , Trunk road, is among the dead bv ? * j Tliere is no telling at this time 18 ^ tho exact 1o33 f ,ifo, but it i. . believed to bo enormous. 1 y , Later development show that twenty were killed, several ' j, mortally wounded and two score .. were badly injured. Tho wreck pa oreured on the Grand trunk line, ne L and the engineer of the first sec- fie e lion of the train has made a ?r n statement in which ho says the ar ? breaks failed to work. It was lb I tins train which was telescoped t ri i which the other section. ar ij Many circus hinds were asleep in their bunks when tho crash (| occurred and were killed outright. on ^ O'hers were hemmed in by tiin- ex ^ bers and slowly tortured to death. W] T^l - J i * riHiiiHH anuea Horrors to the [?], casualty. Cars containing the hi 0 menagrie wore wrecked and many ar valuable animals - were killed, es The cries of the wounded beasts vc were heard fur miles, but fright- ur t ed by the (ire Ihev made no attempt to molest rescuers, but fled C*a to the wood". Performers, fami.i co otis the world over, are among ,. it . ^ ot the dead. The circus was travel- ^ ing from Lansing to Lapeer, pt where it was scheduled to exhibit co today. th e fu ITEMS OF INTEREST. ca ll as ^ Metropolitan ami Rural Homo. y A boy is usually ready to eat mj / every time lie stops playing. na d Ilere is a simple test for the of ^ presence of sewage water. All pa drinking water should he tested ca * trequontlv in town or country, as js .V -'I? : ' iii v i n inn in nn imjiurnit'S until jjj sewage quite as deadly, and every er u well of water is liable to become , ' contaminated. Mice, rats, and , other i enis iiilist have water, ami *,r lift I many a case of typhoid is due to 1 Mich as these tailing into the well (;# and remaining there tor months th d in a decomposed slate. To detect f this impure condition is very on simple and unfailing. Draw a th tumbler of water at night, put a (?u piece of white lump sugar into 1 it and place it on the kitchen j-Q table or anywhere that the tetnCO r- nerature will not l.e under (5't , W1 it degrees Fahrenheit, In the tnornjl ing the water, if pure, will be perfectly clear. II contaminated '0( the water will be milky. This br is a simple and safe test well er r known in chemistry. H3 \ * , The man who is free from anx \r . ... J lety ami pain is to lie congratu>f lated. Ho may not have wings, Ju n but lie is a long way better than tr' e the man who is always in a of "stew." It is painful to watch to some men fret and worry over m 1 some imaginary trouble. m (Jreater interest should be taken in the breeding and care of Pe horses. With greater euro there di will certainly he greater profit, in 1 Wo need to breed the best, give th e best care and sell for the most less, foolish-lo oney. This cannot be done ho is when he ith the neglected horse. Fat toxicated wit! vs better on hnrsep that are To diflfv > sold than anywhere else. It Rre many 0fc| ill sell for more per pound than to thjB faiMn lien out on anv other tarm an-1 . I IJ *4 4 I : I >K II lal. iireeu rigut, lecd right, . * id fatten them properly when ] ma^ ey are to be placed on the induces extr nrkVt. quaiit excuse i I most direct ca A manger is better than a r toic | r feeding hay, as the animal ,fCC,vl->'ts far more dust from the overbad rack. When a manger is HAS THE ed the hay is taken from the p; when a rack is used, if iken from the bottom, and the 181 settles in the very best poei- It Means In I >n to be inhaled. the lleat The farmer of the twentieth Charlotte Dis] ntury should be a leader, and it a follower. Let this matter If one loafs i considered from a high stand- ere depot thes int. The calling should be hear the negr< agnified, and no one can do this other somethii ' groveling in low places. None ia (Je moQkey more important than the work ju rajiroa(j the agriculturist. L?t us all r, , o gt.HiC.U.qUf t up lo GAie and utav* tnoie. . . plain terms: 1 ' * 1 overcome yo 1KUTES GIVEN TO DRINK, present hot sp . , .... P , men have fair Although it has often been .. . id, when speaking of drunken- ? U ss, that even the beasts of the ir.8' fy"1!!1 * Id do not get drunk, it is nev- lm * ' ( mi e , .i , . groes on the theless a fact that a great many AJ . , , . . J gineer Adrai nmals do get intoxicated. , . f Take the elephant, for instance. ?Ca ' . , . , , , Greenville, e is particularly fond of the . . ' muscular, bu nit ot the Ungenu tree, and . , , him down the though he appears to have some ... . , , . had been wor oa that it is not good tor turn , . , the heat w? i will go on eating whan tie has c ... . ...i . were tailing ce begun until he is wildly , . , .. I fome of the nr untiu mm nu 1 IHOXlCUCeU U1HI ... . , .. . r . , .. Worth heard ill stagger from Hide to side. ? .. A LU I 11 11 Hoss man, rerv now and then he will pull ... .i.t .1 done writ m mselt up, shake his huge head . ? id tear madly through the for re,pSVe me.' t trumpeting at the top of his e . *at _8al ' .... . faiut. lie di uce and terrifying every creatJ J game for a tir It i? aaid that he will even *a*n ^a?^er' ..... , , this division ire and defy hiH most dreaden , . , . about it, he i lemv, the tiger, when in thin . , ,, , ;. . . , got me; dots ndition, but we have no means ... . . . ,, we wnz pullir verifying this. It is well .... .. ? . i ?P the hill, I 1 lown, however, that an ele- , lant is in a most dangerous mon'te.v 80tti ndition when suffering from uv tftnk. e effects of eating thin beauti- ^ou done got 1 fruit, and all who can take y?u* re to keep out of his way ' knowed l much as possible. gone. 1 look The sloth bear is another ani ^ Ra- ^ *1 given to this failing. The !1P" ^^9 tives of India are in the habit *a" was cove hanging little vessels on the ^ut before I 1 lm tree for the purpose of tracks I drap tching the juice. This juice 'as ' knowed so attractive to the sloth bear ^ papq0d t at, although such a poor climb j j bear one d? , he will scramble up and go on un ' we " inking the juice until he is so *?p do hill link that he can only slip| J?hn (rarri Iplessly to the ground and lie William Fon ore in a drunken stupor until keys called to e ellects have passed oil. I we0k. He is But the sloth bear is not the trains, a fast ly animal who is so partial to "the Battles! is juice of the palm tree. The en?lne? nous fruit, or fox, bats (family telling 1 eropodidae) are particularly ^?hn declarei nd of it. This peculiar little i'^1^ 1 seed <1 mbination of beast and bird, tween Broad th its foxlike face, reddish burg. Den h rry body and black, uncanny- d?wu by me king wings, the delicate mem- j Whitaker Mo ane of which is alwitys quiv- Mri,m niv side ing down to the very tips, will P*n his fo fo< i to these vessels in company He wus ith some hundreds of his com-1 head. W inions and they will suck the ' flOI"ter heavy t ice until the ground below the an Hay 'Wha bo will be dark while the bodies "Dat wus a these bats, who will lie there Bay (^e nex' w o hopelessly intoxicated to nifcfcer, y _ ? _ .1 _ r 1 It 1 ordinal fr? r uvo ui unifiiu iiieiiiMtJi yoh, no atter what may turn up. what's dematt The bigoflt drunkard of all is .V011-' I drapi srhaps the palm civit. So ad- I ain't well yi cted is this animal to the drink ;? g habit that he has been termed thr Cv" ,>w e toddy cat. And a more help. *aUTir?dttChe' 1 ? \ I r okiUK creature than 'CAN CHICKENS BE POISONED! i is thoroughly in-L, 1 the palm juice it f'???"vill? Landmark. Milt to find. There In Chariot th" nMier div a a ber animals given lady was arraigned in a magisg, hut all those I trate's court charged with pojsonlivt-> in I .ilin at?rl . n >? I. < r v. . i ? ' ? - e? ? ^ .i?p- " it th? h?at, which was sent to a higher court under a erne thirst?a fre- bond of $25 Mr. \V. K. Harding, among mon?is tho attorney for *h?- dcror.e?, argued .use 01 it.?(Joiner a ihai his ciic.u a* uot guiUy ?m*(1 he informed ?*n Observer report? . er that the defence aouIiI ruain ? ' ' HONK FY WRIT tain that a chicken can't be 41 ' poisoned. "Chickens," said Mr. Harding, no and can eat strychnine or prussic 'lain Terms **llas acid without quickeuiu of the Overcome You? pulse." This is the news. Mr. Harding may be right, but if he thinks chickens wo i't die from around the South- eating things let him drop some e hot days he will salty dough among a Hock and^~ > firemau ask each watch results. ag like this: "Jim, * ? - writ you yit?" Important Notice. circles that is a Notice i'r hereby given that it lieu. It moans in ,s a violation or law i ?r h'-.y por"Ilas the heat son or corporation within the n ? ' Daring the limits of Lancaster county to sell ell many of the fire- or offer for sale any pistol, rifle ited at their posts cartridge or pistol cartridge withy are between two out first obtaining a license from nd the furnace. Die county board ol commission>ne of the best ne- ers* L.J.Perry, r.od, firen for Kn. County Supervisor. n Worth, on the _ _ _ from Spencer to He is strong and QTQrpp'nQ! READ MY t the monkey got 0101 Julilj Free Offer i other day. Wall miiR coupon v. low nied out with your . . - . . address, and sent with a two ccnt ^tsmp, king at his furnace. V Mr*. ?. s < , w'rnfn . the nexu?T ttvs. entitles you ton package" 18 intense. I eople contalr.ilV -TO Trctim-nt discovered by , . Mrs M. Sun. 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