WEST END XIS TREE.
Where the Contributions
Should Be Sent.
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Ybere are nearlv three thotsasnd
stitch** In a pair of hand-aewß boots.
The present population of New Mti
|eo la wtlmated at 2*3,000, Including
jg.ooo India us
\h* nutaix r of laborers at work on
Ito Simplon railway tunssl Is tine
band red anil eight y-oae.
Of about thirty rerognltei coaling
stations In ths Pacific. Orest Britain
owns at least twelve and the United
State a six.
Italy exported last year 21.000 an
cient and modern work* of art, valued
at tson.oto. More than one-half of
them went to Germany.
!,emon baths are popular In the
Weat Indies. Three or four lemon*
are cut up and left to soak In water
for half an hour. The bath l» very
Jerusalem la now nothing hut n
shadow of the magnificent city of an
cient time*. It is about three miles
In circumference and la situated on a
,A great fear of some impending dis
aster seems to have fkllen over Pekin,
and numbers of houses now have the
word* "Speak not of state affairs ’
written on slips of red paper posted
over the lintels of each household.
By the latest extensions of the
long-distance telephones, it Is announ
ced that the merchant whom a tardy
vacation keeps in his bougo at Bar
Harbor will lie able to converse with
bis agent in Austin, the capital of
Texas, by the banks of the Colorado,
2,000 miles away.
For Whooping Cough
use CHENEY’S EXPEC
We felicitate the Hon. William Mc-
Kinley in having so deeply stirred the
sympathies of the Georgian heart, not
withstanding it la moraly certain that
Oeorgia will vote resolutely against
the political principles he represents
when the republican party meets Bry
auism again less than two years hence.
—New York Sun.
Pains In the chest when a person has
a Gold Indicate a tendency toward pneu
monia A niece of tiannel dampened
wiih Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
bound on to the chest over the seat of
pain v. ill promptly relieve *he pain and
prevent tpe threatened attack of pneu
monia ; hi- same treatment will cure a
lame VaeiPtP a few hours. Sold by Al
exander Dll.: a d Seed Co ,C. K. Parr
of Bell Tower Drug Co.
Games and toys. Our
stock is enormous. A
splendid selection, 5 cents
up- Call and see at
Richards & Shaver’s.
As everyday man la not necessarily
j Advice to Pug! I lata—When In doubt, j
put on the glove*.
Some people attempt to do other*
that they are dunned by.
No matter what you say to a ch.tn
let, to always has a retort.
Honesty, like other policies, often
runs out the day before the fir*.
Health la better than wealth, but
the latter la always an Interesting in
Talk la cheap. That Is why barbers
are prone to give It away with every
The man who Is fearless can go
through twice aa much trouble a* a
When old age come*, accept It grace
fully. and never try to disguise or dis
"M” stands for matrimony; Invert it
and we have "W,” which stands for
war. Enough said.
Paragiaphers' sentences are always
snort. Perhaps it la because the Judge
feels sorry for them.
When a young man Is Intoxicated
he has his own ideas as to what makes
the world go round.
.We meet people every day who ask
questions merely for the sake of get
ting a chance to answer them.
Truth is mighty and will prevail.
Of course it will Just as long as
that which prevails is labelled the
The woman who goes upon the lec
ture platform to air her rights usually
leaves a husband at home nuraing the
wrongs. —Chicago News.
The curse of overworked womankind
are quickly and surely cured by Karl's
Clover Root Tea, the great blood puri
fier and tissue builder. Money refund
ed If not satisfactory. Price 25 cts. and
50 cts. Sold by— Retailers, T. A. Bux
ton, Anderson's Drug Store, Alexand
er’s Drug Store, West End Pharmacy,
The King Pharmacy; Wholesalers. Da
venport & Phinlzy.
Northern factories and trade are
booming. Southern men should study
the methods of successful northern
manufacturers. They will find the
big concern of today was once a small
afTair, and that industry, economy and
lntfligence have made it what It is.
Let Augusta, in the year that is most
here, do al she can for the smal man
ufacturer. Augusta will grow, with the
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anguish wan smelted the gold of
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of Instinct has risen the dawn of
| But the law, that was the victor of old
with It* heal on the neck of the
Haiti trample* our hearts In the dark
ness, still grinds down our face In
W# are sown tn corruption and anguish
—whose fingers will gather the
Our life I* but lent for a season—for
whom do we hold It In trust?
In the vault of the sky overhead, In th*
gulfs that lie under our feet.
The wheels of toe universe turn and
the law* of the unlversa blend:
tTho pulse of our life I* In tun. with
the ryth of forces that beat
In the surf of the furthest star’s sea.
and are spent and regatbered to
Yet we trust In the will of the Being
Whose fingers have spangled tho
With the dust of a myriad worlds.und
who speaks in the thunders of
Tbo’ we see not the start or the finish,
tho’ vainly wc cry for the light
Let US mount In the glory of man
hood and meet the God-Man fac
-FREDERICK GEORGE SCOTT.
How to Look Good.
Good looks arc really more than Rkin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of the vital organs. If the
liver is Inactive, you have a bilious
look; If your stomach Is disordered, you
have a dyspeptic look; If your kidneys
are affected, you have a pinched look.
Secure good health and you will surely
have good looks. "Electric- Bitters” Is
a good alterative and tonic. Acts di
rectly on the stomach, liver and kid
neys. purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and holla and gives a good
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Howard A Willet’s drug store.
50 cents per bottle.
The recent killing of a big elk In a
game preserve In Pennsylvania brings
out the following lines about the time
when game was plentiful:
Do we want wild meat? then we kill
Elk. (leer or bear, and eat our fill.
Sometimes we've foul and sometimes
But rarely meet an empty dish.
, Inin #44
Onyx Tables at prices
that will surprise you. Just
the thing for a gift.
At Richards & Shaver’s.
SHOES THAT ARE KNOWN !
\ v * Known from Maine to
|M|L California as tf)e BEST
•v I *hat material and good
workmanship can pro*
Everything that b My- HI § o* _ j
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fnrlxh!/* nrnhine.l xxilh 4t4#
H'liariv. tonu'ificu wiiu -j* 4.<p ■
the best )bf *or k nun- *
ship will lv found in
ttanan fk S<mis Shoes.
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and Interesting scenes associated with the destruction of our Giant Bat
ship and her Heroic Crew.
Few Incidents of American history have been attended by such pulillo
excitement and national Indignation as that which tullowed quickly upon
the destruction <>f the Battleship Maine. In response to the universal de
mand fora pictorial history of the 111-fated warship, l, j , I r *‘'tancy «nd in
fact ev.-rythlOK In connection with It leading up to and Including It* assas
sination, WC have secured and offer our readers this week a beautiful Maine
Album or Portfolio, the most complete photographic record issued upon the
subject, embracing splendid photos of
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CONTENTS OF “ MAINE” LABUM.
Captain Cha*. D. Sigxbee. General
The Battleship Maine.
The Destruction of the Maine.
Havana liurbor and the Maine An
The Harbor Entrance to Havana.
Gunner’s Gang of the Maine.
Views of the Maine’s Crew off Duty.
A Minstrel Show on the Maine. Ship’s
Company of the Maine.
Please notice the Maine Album a hove advertised Is one of a "Souvenir
Perles" of eight portfolios, devoted to the great Heroes and Achievements
of the Spanish-Amerlcan War, each portfolio being a special number devoted
to a great and principal event. „ ,
Next week No. 2 will he offered as a Memorial of the First Sacrifice of
the war, or the heroic death of Ensign Bagley and his companions, inclu
ding many.other special features of the early events of the war such as the
vessel that, fired the first shot; the first prize; bombardment of Mulanzas:
cutting of the cables, etc., etc.
Than in weekly and consecutive order will appear the following.
THK DRWKY NHMRKH —The Hero and battle of Manila.
THE FATStPSON NUMBER—Bom bardinem of San J‘»an »nd Morr o Ca«-
HOBSON AND THE MERRIMAC—With additional special features.
ADMIRAL SCHLEY—The Destruction of Cervera’s Fleet.
THE SHAFTER MEMBER—The Siege and Capture of Santiago.
GENERA LS MILES AND MERR ITT—Army Operations Ut Porto Rico
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A Group of Junior Officers of ths
Wardroom of the Maine.
The Court of Inquiry in Session.
Funeral of tho Victims of the Maine.
A Fruit Vender In Havana. Milk De
livery In Havana.
The Captain General’s Palace In Ha
General BJanco y Arenas.
Looking Down the Prado, Havana.
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