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Fate Of The Turkeys

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A certain parish not a thonsand miles from Portland devotes one Snnday evening each month to what they term a "missionary concert," it being the duty of some of the ehurch to keep posted on the progress of misskm work in the . ferent coontries and report the same at these meetings. A certain active worker whose stady was the land of the snltan electrified the audience by annooncing one evening that "nis was a sorrowfnl report," adding, in all serionsness, "that the Turkeys had all had their crops cut oLE."- Lewiston JonrnaL Catarrh of the ears and catarrh of the Enstachian tubes often canse deafness. Catarrh of thestomachloadsthestomach with tough phlegm and interf eres with digestión. Catarrh of the gall bladder obstructs the ontflow of the bile, which is absorbed into the circulation, and thns gives rise to jaundice. Catarrh of the bladder is a dangerons disease, from the difficulty of getting rid of the muens. Weldless steel chains are being experimented with in England. The chains are cut from a blank af ter the same general methods employed in cutting out a chain from a single piece of wood. As Bteel is used, it is asserted that the weight can be reduced one-third from what. was necessary in old chains of similar strength. The largest yawl on the Atlantic coast is said to be the WHtecap, eighty-three feet over all, owned by Dr. J. T. Rothrock, of Philadelphia. The Whitecap is well known in Massachnsetts bay, having been f ormerly owned by D. EL Eice, of the HuU Tacht club. She was built in Essex, and rigged first as a schooner. Of the 11,000,000 square miles of África, only abont 4,500,000 remain which have not been claimed by some Enropean power, and more than half of this area lies witbin the desert of Sahara. The word mnslin comes f rom MosaL, in Asiatic Turkey, where it was at one time largely manufactnred, jnst as at a later date cambric received its name from Cambray, in France. The following states have no state motto: Indiana, Mississippi, NewHampnhire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio and Tesas.


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