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How Grant Handled a Case of Petty
The recent exhibition here of
models for the memorial which the
nation will erect to General Grant
has brought to light many stories
regarding that great commander.
An interesting one was told the oth
er day by a retired politician, a
warm friend and great admirer of
the general. During the Grant ad
ministration a bloody shirt Kepub
; lican, hearing that Miss Jackson,
the daughter of the famous James
Jackson, Ellsworth’s slayer, was
I holding an office under the govern
ment, secured her discharge and the
! appointment of one of his constit
uents to her position. The fatal
envelope announcing her dismissal
brought great distress to the poor
girl, who was the breadwinner for
a number of people, and she hardly
knew which way to turn. Friends
finally advised her to go directly to
the president and lay the matter be
fore him. This was a difficult thing
for a sensitive young woman, who
understood and appreciated the
prejudice that existed against her,
to do, but there was no alternative,
and she courageously sought out
General Grant and told him her
story. He was indignant at the
treatment she had received and
promised her an immediate rein
statement. His first request to her
former chief was returned with the
indorsement, “There is no vacan
cy.” To this General Grant replied
with a brevity for which he was fa
mous: “Then make a vacancy. This
government is too powerful and too
magnanimous to wage war on wom
en and orphans.”—Washington
A Doubtful Remark.
Admiral Schley was strolling
around the picturesque naval ceme
tery at Annapolis the other day
when, happening to meet an old
"IT WILL lIE STILL FIN Ell, YOUB HONOR."
sailor, he remarked, “Jack, this is
a beautiful spot.” Saluting, tho
weather beaten salt replied, “Aye,
aye, sir, ami it'll he still liner, your
honor, when some more of our good
admirals get planted here.”
Explosion of a Depew “Jolly.”
Several months ago a constituent
of Senator came to him to
seek his influence in getting an of
“You write n letter telling what
you want, and 1 will forward it
with my indorsement,” said the sen
ator when ho had heard the man’s
Several weeks later tho man met
the senator in the capitol lobby.
“You remember telling me to
write you a letter,” he said.
“Oh, yes,” was Mr. Depew’s reply
as lie cordially grasped his visitor
bv the hand. “Let me see. You
sent* me the letter, didn’t you, and,
if 1 remember rightly, 1 indorsed it
“No,” said the man. “I never
wrote the letter. I’ve been sick.” —
Eloquence In Blank.
One of the humorous incidents of
the recent French elections is the
joke perpetrated by ouo of the can
didates in Auvergne, who was op
posing the sitting member. lie had
distributed thousands of copies of
a blank pamphlet bearing the title
“Speeches by M. Chose In the
Chamber of Deputies of IS9B
- Asa rule deputies’ speeches
are used against them by their op
ponents, but in the present, instance
j the member for Auvergne never
once opened his mouth during the
whole session, llis parliamentary
! eloquence was therefore represented
by a dozen pages of blauk paper.
A Tribute to the Drowned.
It would be diflicult to conceive
a more touching and beautiful cere
! many than that of irfic children of
j Gloucester throwing a bouciuet into
the sen for each sailor who left that
i port the past year and has not re
turned. Where are the poets’ flights
: of fancy now ?—Boston Herald.
The BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY , JUIA 10, 1902.
“ I have used Ayer’s Hair Vigor
for a great many years, and al
though I am past eighty years of
age, yet I have not a gray hair in
Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md.
We mean all that rich,
dark color your hair used
to have, ff it’s gray now,
no matter; for Ayer’s
Hair Vigor always re
stores color to gray hair.
Sometimes it makes the
hair grow very heavy and
long; and it stops falling
of the hair, too.
SI.OO a bottle. All drunlata.
If your druggist cannot supply yon,
acrid us one dollar and we will express
you a Pottle. He sure and give the name
of your nearest express oflice. Address,
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He Hatches Eggs.
John Filson, a farmer living
seven miles south of Eminence,
Ky., is the proud father of forty
four little chickens. Much of the
credit for the results are due how
ever to the practical bent of his
For months past Filton has
been ill with a form of low fever.
He was the whole support of his
family, and the affairs of the
household became sadly straitened
as the weeks passed, and there
was no signs of improvement.
The woman become desperate,
but inspiration at last came to
her, and she decided to utilize
: the husband’s bodily heat in ordt r
[to help out the strained resources.
Borrowing some eggs from a
nieghbor, she placedthem in the
lied with her husband, but so pro
tected that they would not be
crushed by his movements. The
experiment proved successful,
and at the end of four weeks the
setting was finished. Only four
of the eggs failed of results.
Father and chickens are crow
ing over their good luck, and
Filson’s fever has begun to sub
When a strong man grows weak
it is a woman he seeks for a crutch.
Youth will follow the torch in
any hand; age wishes to carry it
in its own hand.
Since the day of mother Eve all
the world has been looking for a
pretty woman who did not know it.
There are many women who can
decieve their own husbands, but
few who can decieve their friends.
Most ambitions came down very
hard without going up very high.
All women like good boys for
sons; for all other purposes they
can stand a little of the other
The Sume OKI Story.
J. A. Kelly relates an experience
simalar to that which has happen
ed in almost every neighborhood
in the United States and has been
told and re-told by thousands of
others. He says:‘’Last summer
I had an attack of dysentery and
purchased a bottle of Chamber
lin's Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea
Remedy, which 1 used according
to directions and with entirely
satisfactory results. The trouble
was controlled much quicker than
former attacks when 1 used ot her
remedies.” Mr. Kelly is a well
known citizen of Henderson, N. C.
For sale bv Jxo. H. Blackburn.
Being a hale fellow well met is
about as much to the man who is
it as being a bottle of beer that
is not flat and so is sure to bo dis
JL oßtakes short roads.
JL light loads.
that runs on wheels.
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An Attractive Bedroom That Didn't
Cost a Large Sum.
A clever Chicago woman who
thinks that everything French is
delectable has fashioned for herself
a rose and white bedroom with a
few touches of gilt that has a decid
ed air 6f a strictly French apart
ment, and comparatively little mon
ey lias been expended upon it.
She has covered the walls in
white cretonne, with a four inch
wide stripe of pink roses, which oc
curs at intervals of a foot and a
half. The woodwork is white, and
the picture molding of white makes
a cove, and it and the ceiling are
The bed is of whitewood, and a
panel of cretonne well covered with
pink roses has been inserted in the
head and foot boards. The -coverlet
is of the same fabric.
The chairs have white and gilt
frames and are upholstered with the
rose cretonne. An effective screen
has the lower halves of the frame
covered with the cretonne, and in
the upper portions is pink india
Pink silk pillows adorn the
lounge, which is covered with pink
denim, and the pink denim is used
for the heavy window draping and
the portieres. The floor is covered
with rose pink filling.
The sasii curtains are of brus
sels net trimmed with renaissance
braid, a medallion of lace inserted
in the center.
A writing table is of whitewood,
its fitments of plain pink porcelain.
The dressing table is of white and
gold, the top covered with a bit of
pink damask edged with gold braid.
The bathroom, which is connect
ed with this attractive bedroom,
has a floor of pink tiles, and the
walls are covered with a pink and
white enamel paper.
Overdoing the Housekeeping.
Two women who sat behind us on
the train recently exchanged a few
brief opinions concerning the land
scape and then settled down to the
more congenial subject of their im
mediate friends. “Yes,” remarked
one of them, “Jane’s a nice woman,
and her husband thinks the sun
rises and sets right where she is,
but it doesn’t worry her a mite if
her carpet has to stay down three
years at a stretch. Now, I just
about fly to pieces if I can’t get all
my housecleaning done right on
time.” It seems possible, however,
that the criticised Jane’s household
philosophy may have much to do
with her husband’s appreciation.
There are times when the house
wifely virtues have to take a vaca
tion and when we do most for those
around us by ignoring some appar
ent duties. The woman who will
“just about fly to pieces” because
nonvital plans are deranged may
be a good housekeeper, but she is a
poor wife and mother. —Rural New
Split Pea Soup.
Split pea soup is one of the tast
iest, most nutritious and most eco
nomical of soups. Put a cupful of
the peas to soak over night in three
quarts of cold water, having first
washed them thoroughly. The next
morning put in a saucepan, adding
a ham bone if you have it or a little
piece of bacon and the rind, togeth
er with a sliced onion and a tiny bit
l of red pepper. Simmer for four or
five hours until perfectly soft, add
ing more water from time to time
as required. When nearly ready to
serve, pass the peas through a sieve
[ and add to the pulp enough stock,
j water or milk to make a soup about
the consistency of cream. Thicken
slightly with a tablespoonful of
flour and one of butter cooked to
gether and made smooth by half a
cupful of the liquor before adding
to the pot. This thickening will
keep the heavy part of the soup
. from settling to the bottom. Serve
with croutons. A good dried bean
soup may be made in the same way.
Attractive Dutch Screen.
A pretty screen for a country
house has a framework of dark oak,
with a few crossed bars in the pan
els, which are draped with green
mercerized cotton. At the top of
each panel is a bright colored pic
ture of Dutch life, the center one
being the familiar posters of Queen
Wilhelmina with the tulip that was
brought out at the time of her coro
nation and the other two represen
tations of domestic scenes iu Hol
A Novel Tea Table.
A quaint tea table has been re
modeled by a Brooklyn woman from
an old round stand which has been
in the possession of her family for
many years. A shelf matching the
top was skillfully inserted half way
down the length. The wood being
much discolored and battered, the
table was treated to two coats of
white paint. A coat of enamel paint
finished the renovating process, and
the result is very satisfactory.
Perfect and Peerless
and all Liver, Kidney and Blad
der troubles caused by uric acid
in the system. It cures by
cleansing and vit-.lizing the
blood, thus removing the cause
of disease. It gives vigor and
tone and builds up the health
and strength of the patient
while using the remedy.
URICSOL is a luminary in
the medical world. It has cured
and will continue to cure more
of the above diseases than all
other known remedies, many of
which do more harm than good.
This great and thoroughly tested
. and endorsed California Remedy
i never disappoints. It cures in
-1 fallibly if taken as directed.
* Try it and be convinced that
it is a wonder and a blessing to
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it will be sent, prepaid, upon
receipt of price. Address:
URICSOL CHEMICAL CO., Los Ai|elei, Cal.
LAMAR & RANKIN DRI'G CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Summer complaint is unusually prev
alent among children this, season. A
well developed case in the writers fam
ily was cured last week by the timely
use of Chamberlin’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarahoea Remedy—one of the best
patent medic'nes manufactured and
which is always kept on hand at the
home of ye scribe. This is not intend
ed as a.free puff for the company, who
who do not advertise with us, but to
benefit little Sufferers who may not be
within easv access of a physician. No
family should be without a bottle of
this medicine in the house, especially
in summer-time. —Lansing, lowa,
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Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
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A Colossal Statue.
The colossal equestrian statue at
Rome of King Victor Emmanuel
11., which is now nearing comple
tion, is about thirty-three feet in
height from the level on which the
horse stands to the crown of the
king’s head. The feathers in his
helmet are about five feet extra.
There will be space for one or two
persons to get into the head and for
four or five in the head of the horse.
The scale of the figure is about that
of the Bavaria statue at Munich.
Great Baseball Records.
The baseball records of the past
are brilliant ones and an incentive
to all players. The great unaided
triple play of Paul Hines at Provi
dence in 1878 has never been
equaled. Xeither officially have the
throwing of a ball by John Hatfield,
in 1872, a distance of 133 yards 1
foot 7 1/2 inches; Harry Eel-thong’s
running of_the bases in 14y 2 sec
onds in 18G8 and Hugh Duffy’s bat
ting average of .438 in 1894. —Bos-
A young swell wore anew style
evening coat at the Waldorf-Asto
ria, in New York, the other night.
It was a swallowtail, with velvet
collar and a pocket for a handker
chief in the left breast. A tiny lace
handkerchief peeped from, the pock