So the falling of the hair tells
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A strange fate is that of George W.
Scoville, once a preeminent ami influ
ential lawyer who defended Charles J.
Guiteau, the assassin of President
James A. Garfield. He has grown
into a morose and unapproachable
hermit, living near Kokomo. Ind., hid
ing himself from the world because he
feels that he would still be shunned
by everybody for trying to save that
famous criminal. Yet it is probable
that Scoville did no more than his
duty as a lawyer ami as an officer of
the court required him to do.
Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant of
Chilhowie, Va., certifies that he had
consumption was given up to die,
sougnt all medical treatment that
money could procure, tried all cough
remedies he could hear of, but got no
relief; spent many nights sitting up in
a chair; was induced to try Dr. Ring's
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has been attending to business and
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dropped the ‘r’ when she grew up and
became Miss May. As she began to
shine in a social way, she changed
the ‘y' to ‘e’ and signed her letters
Mae. About a year ago she was
married and now she has dropped the
*e’ and its just plain ‘Ma.’ That's
True piety is like a river; the deep
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A Younf Girl's Experience.
My danghter'e BPrTM were terribly out of
order. She tu thin and weak; the least nolee
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ndurn ehe bed taken one package of Celery
Kinc the change In her wee eo great that ehe
could hardly be taken for the aame girl. She
ie rapidly growing well and etrong, her com
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ft FRIF.ND OF THE SOUTH-
So much has been wantonly and
falsely said by radical New England
papers about the south and so many
slanderous and unjust strictures have
been made about our people, our cus
toms,our manners and trend of thought
that it is truly refreshing, and gratify
ing as well, to note a word of kindness
from a northern paper, the New York
Times, a publication that takes high
ground for exalted morality and so
called humanity. The Times justifies,
or at least palliates, lynching in the
following well timed and strongly
“We have excellent authority for
the statement that ‘consistency is a
jewel,’ and the best for removing
beams to see motes clearly.
“'There is one aspect of the ques
tion of lynching not yet presented,
and which, I think, ought to be con
sidered. Jt is this: The north and
east from time immemorial by com
munal ami legal action, have indorsed
the principle underlying the punish
ment or the horrible crime of assault
upon women—tenfold horrible when
perpetrated by negroes upon the del
icately nurtured women usual in the
south. It emphasizes the fact that
upon occasions innumerable, in every
state in the Union, when a ravisher
has been shot by the woman’s natural
protector, the judge upon the bench
has charged in favor of the avenger
and the jury has acquitted, and press
and pulpit from Maine to Texas have
applauded and proclaimed: ‘Well
•"■“'There are few negrots north,hence
few crimes of the SOrt Who suppos
es the crucified family here would be
any more ‘gentle’ over it than a plant
er of Florida or Alabama? Again
and again let it be borne in mind
that the census shows the south is a
section agricultural and scattered. I
have lived there. A person residing
only a mile away is deemed a near
neighbor. Given immense agglomer
ations of colored people, clannish
even in their vices, few whites, and
you have a situation full of danger
and temptation. Once let ‘the law’s
delay’ be added, and the unspeakable
would be of daily occurrence.
“because innocent persons have
been imprisoned under all forms of
law, and even executed, we do not
abolish law. Why, then, excoriate
lynching for errors of rare occurrence?
No human institution can be ab
solutely perfect; that is for God alone.
But the white men of the south and,
for that matter, of the north, will
submit to annihilation before they
will tamely deliver over their helpless
families to ravishment and murder.”
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Take time to read a few verses
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Take time to be pleasant. A bright
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Take time to be polite. A gentle
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“it is estimated that during the
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and parcels for each working day.
During this period more than 85,000
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32,000 bore no address whatever,
34,000 were misdirected, 200,000
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thing more than the last number were
sent to fictitious addresses. And to
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387 letters and circulars without in
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not De retuined to the senders and
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Dr. Depew on Dreyfus.
Dr. Chauncey M. Depew is watch
ing the progress of the Dreyfus court
martial at Rennes with keen profes
sional interest. Upon hisweturn from
Europe a few weeks ago he disposed
this case as one of acute hysteria on
the part of a large proportion of the
French people. He excited criticism
in some quarters by declaring that
among certain classes of Parisians
Dreyfus’ offense was only aggravated
by the disclosure of facts tending to
prove his innocence.
“Is not the spectacle presented by
the trial at Rennes a remarkable one?”
interrogated Dr. Depew in his office
in the Grand Central station, says the
New York Press. “Generals ot the
French army go on the stand and de
clare with great dignity and much
impressment that they know Dreyfus
is guilty. They submit no facts, and
recite no circumstances that would
have any weight in an ordinary court
of law, yet thejr statements go on
record as testimony. This situation
reminds me ot the old story about
Dooley and the judge.
“A friend of Dooley’s was in the
prisoner's box, and Dooley was on
hand to help him by testimony.
“Who are you?” said the magistrate
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“I’m Mr. Dooley,” responded the
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in the womb.
I had four
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HEN Kidney trouble preys up-
AND on the mind, discourages
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It is Time to Plant Bulbs.
“This is the season of the year in
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ground for them before they are re
ceived by having it dug up to a depth
of at least a foot—a foot and a half
is better—and worked over until it
is mellow,” writes Eben E. Rexford
in the September Ladies’ Home
Journal. “Mix with it a liberal qnan
tity of old, rotten manure from the
ccwyaid, or, if this is not obtainable,
use bonemeal in the proportions of
one pound to a square yard of soil.
If the soil is naturally heavy, it is
well to add considerable sand to make
it lighter and more porous. Plant
the bulbs as soon as possible after
they are received, as they are greatly
injured by exposure to the air. Set
tulips and hyacinths six inches deep,
smaller bulbs should be placed five
or six inches apart, and each kind
kept by itself.”
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