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'ghz WiickxiK gaily gagle: llxursdau. ft-rang, gttltj 24, 1890.
TO THE CRICKET.
Didst then not teas and fret mo to and fro,
Swet spirit of this Brimmer circled Held,
"With that quiet voico of thine, that -would not
Its meaning, though I mused and sought it so?
Bat now I am content to let it go,
To lie at length and watch the swallows pass,
As blithe and restful as the quiet grass,
Content only to listen, and to know
That years shall turn and summers yet shaV
And I shall Ho beneath these swaying tires,
StiU .listening thus; haply at 1 vt to seize
And render in some happier verse divine
That friendly, homely, haunting speech of thine,
That perfect utterance of content and ease.
A. Lampman in Scribner's.
-otv York's Potter's Field.
The Potter's field was different from
what I expected. It bad nothing revolting
about it, but was peaceful and even a
pretty place, with plenty of grass and trees
and birds around it. The process of burial
is to dig a grave fifty feet Ion? by fifteen
-wide, winch will contain successive layers
of cofSns( white pine "shells" twenty-two
inches wide at th" chest lying end to end
and numbered f rom one to twenty-five and
then back from twenty-five to fifty. The
numbers are cut deep into the lid of each
shell and then carefully marked in a book
of record with descriptions, etc., appended.
In this way it is easy to identify and dis
inter a buried body, and the overseer told
me that he had last week dm? up a body
that had been buried cloven years, and not
only could identify it readily, but that the
printing on the card nailed against the
head of the bos was almost as plain as
when buried. Very nearly 70,000 persons
have been buried in the Hart's Island Pot
ter's field, and of this number nearly three
fourtlis were children under 7 years of age.
Tins tells its own sad story of the neglect
and misery that arc the inheritance of the
children of the poor. New York Cor.
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Ixxilli-s of tho Horse.
The schoolboy who wrote that the horse
was a noble animal was right. lie might
have added that the horse knows his busi
ness. A horse knows all about himself,
and if he had some of the faculties which
men have the horse could cure his own ail
ments. There are some horses that never
get oil their feet. I have known horses
that would stand for months. Standing
seems to be the natnral attitude of the
horse, lie sleeps in tliat position; it is a
very rare suing to find a horse bleeping in
any other position. A horse that is tickly
seldom if ever lies down, particularly if hia
disease is hu the lungs. So you see that tho
habits of the horse, in some respects at
least, are entirely different from the habits
of a man. When you work all day you
rest by stretching yourself at length on a
bod or couch; you don't stand up. Tho
horse, as I said before, does. "When you
are sick you go to bed, but the horse re
mains standing. Interview in Chicago
Koir iiio I'cairat Grows.
The peanut vine is a plant similar to the
sweet potato. Tho most, remarkable feature
is that when the fh;wer falls the stalk sup
porting thesmall undeveloped fruit length
ens, and bendiag tow ard the ground pushes
the fruit into tLe ground, when it begins
to enlargo-and ripen. Tho poanut may bo
cultivated in uorliiem gardens by those
wao wish Ao witness the strange habit of
polling the pod under-tho ground to ripen,
hut the fruit will not come to perfection,
a. it rcqaives a long, warm summer in
wldch to develop. The peaanit is planted
in the early part of May in ground pre
pared as .forwtwxit or corn, the kernels be
ing placed -about vwo feet apart. Tho crop
matures in the latter part ol October, when
it is gathered and put through a sweat for
uoout r month. The nuts aro than picked
from the stems or main vine by hand and
are sent to the various cleaning establish
ments to he-iiemied and graded. St. Louis
Vim?n In Uusinev.
Women are intolerant of one another in
husineseand intensely jealous in society.
Lstarees and servant are not the only
classes between irjiotn dignity of demeanor
i- set aside. And then the unhindnebs: it
r ikes a gearous spirit shudder. Said a
1 ior wasuei'K'OnxiCi. ivlio has a family of
-vett to supjort: "The gentlemen I wash
lr giva me old clothes enough for my
aree little hoys, but 1 have never had live
-nts' ivorth ftxini one of the ladies. They
t.ive aae old dresses and cloaks and sonie
t inaesa hat., but for each I have done two
or throe weeks' washing in payment. That
isn't all. They are all the time accusing
me of stealing their handkerchiefs." New
In the Thirteenth century the Venetians
were masters of the sea, and some of their
wealthy merchants, as the Samidos, tho
.i ustiniam. the Grimaldiand others.ereeted
priucipnUtitkii in divers places of tho archi
pelago, which their descendants enjoyed
for many centuries. These self created
princes were called "royal merchants."
Drv GooL Chronicle.
Banner BeacHe. of Bayside, L. L, shot
a golden eagle at that place the other
Iay. the first one killed in the vicinity
fcmce 3S76. Ho saw the huge "bird de
pread into his poultry yard and fly into a
treevrith chicken. A shot front his
nrie broaghs it to the ground. It meas
ured nearly seven feet across its extend
Guest Have you sny quail on toast:
"Waiter No, dr. "Any broiled snow
birds?" "No, sir. "Well, how abont
stewed terrapin?' "We haven't any,
f r." "Then give me a corned beef sand-
"SVhea Baby ws slclc, ive gave her CSwtorfa,
When sbe -vms a CWW. sbe cried lor Castoria,
"Whw abe had Ch!H!ia,deca w n C?Rtoris,
Lowest Prices in the City. Largest Stoclt in the State
CHAS. T. CHAMPION,
WHOLESALE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Oflice and Typewriter Supplies.
IIS East Douglas .Avenue,
GETTO-McCLUXG BOOT AND SHOE CO.,
.Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS : & : SHOES.
All goods of our own manufacture Avarranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully lilled.
135 and 137 jS" Market Street, "Wichita, Kansas.
GLOBE x IRON -. WORKS,
Steam Engines. Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Rubber and
Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings, Etc. IJopairing of all Kinds of Ma
chinery ji Specialty. Orders promptly filled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinus of castings made.
A. FLAGC4, Proprietor.
Tlic Stewart Iron Works,
MAXrr iCTUKLHS OF
Architectural, Wrought and Cast
Jron A orlc for Buildings.
Factory: South "Washington Avenue-
KASAS SPRING BED GO.
Feathers and Manufacturers of "Wovoi
"Wire Mattresses, Cots and Cribs.
Canvas and Tpholstered Cots,
Spring Bods, Mattresses,
Pillows and Bedding.
S. E. Cor.. 2nd St. and 31 cad Ai
WHOLESALE DK U.LU IN
Pianos and Organs
shft inum and book?. All kinrt- of musU il
KOixN. Itra-s band Mid orchestra mu-ii. 1-J il.un
stHct. AVubita. Kaunas.
Trimble Bros. & ThrelkeM,
Special attention to mail orders.
110 E Dourlas, - Wichita, Kan
AREY FURNITURE CO.
Wholesale and Ket.nl Dealers in
2?5 and 2Z? North Main Street.
! D. W. STALLIXUS & SONS,
MAN i FACTntr.us or
STALLS PALME TOILET SOAP
It IteautiiTes the complexion and keens tho
skin 'ott. -..'iiooth clear and liealthj . for
b ile by ilruzLsts and uroiers.
o2C Chicago Arc. - Telephone 99
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Figs, Bates. Ciirars, Foreign and Domestic ZS'uts, Cider,
Paper Jags. Paper Boxes. Candy Jars. Trays, Etc.
23 o and 217 South Main St.. ------ Wichita, Kansas.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts & Co., Cincinnati. O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 23." South Main Street, ----- Wichita, Kansas.
V r.isenmajer Sr. Millinc and Elevator Co., of
HuWead. Kan., euro a full line of lmrd and soft
wluut Hour at their agency ill this citj . send for
prices and samples.
OTTO WEISS. Atrent. 25.". X Stain. "Wichita.
A Stinging iiobaljp.
It was on a street car bound up town
at about tho time wlien the men and
women who wcr:t in the great down
town hive of business for tlis better part
oi the day are hurrying "home. Every
83t was occupied when the car stopped
and two women boarded it. The first
was an elderly woman, EOinewhat feeble.
The second wa3 younger, sturdy find ag
A good looking man of middle ajjs
aroee from his seat, and touching hh
hut asked tho elderly lady to be seated.
Before she cocld sit down, however, the
younger woman pushed her aside and
sat down herself. There was no one in
the car who did not kuow that the man
who had given up hia aat intended it
for the older woman, and the action of
the younger one astonished everybody
for a moment. Then half a dozen seats
were vacated and the elderly woman
took one of them.
Tho nma who had first given up his
seat raised hia hat 'to the woman who
had taken the place not intended for her
and said in a voice that could be heard
throughout the car: "Madam. I believe
you to be among that class cf women
who are always complaining of man's
lack of courtesy toward women. Yon
will pardon mc if I say that you are also
one of that class of women who tempt
men to be discourteous." Then he
calmly proceeded to read his evening
An audible snicker ran through the
car and one woman whispered to an
other: "Served her right." The woman
flushed and looked straight before her,
paying no attention. She stood the looks
of the other passengers for fully half a
dozen blocks. Then she signaled the
conductor and. looking neither to the
right nor the loft, swpt out of the car.
A man who had curiosity enough to also
leave the car at the same place and watch
her saw her board the next uptown car
that came along.
The rebuke had had its effect. Xew
York Mail and Express.
Dainty bailor Hals
The seilor bats will be wor: for outing
purposes more f hsn evr. and those pro
vided for tie wife and daughters of the .
Prince of Wales are skcple esftragh to be j
copied by tho sweet girts ot our own
Summer Sporting' Goods.
F. a SMYTH & SONS,
Wuole-ale and Retail Dealers in
Farm : Machinery,
Fine carriaces, Juiccles, can?, ote. Genuine Glid
len liarb v.ire. Corner o Douglas and Lawrenco
"laddlery Hardware Manufacturer of I ppi is.
. a her .Hid (indium, hides, fjrs. wool and routs.
.27 UoukKis Ateiiue, tor. Water St., Wichita, Kan.
SWAB & GLOSSER,
And Jobbers ol" "Wool ens and Tail
I-IZ X Main Street, - Wichita.
OTTO ZIMMEKMAXX, Pro).
Bottlers of Ginger Ale. Champagne
Cider. Sada Water, Standard erve
Food, also General "Western
Agents for in. J.Lemp's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and WacoSts.. - Wichita.
S. VAIL & CO.,
WHOLES I E
(LOCKS A!ND SILVERWEAB.
100 E Douglas Are.. - Wichita.
M. A. M cKENZIE & CO.
Fine Carriages, Buggies. Phaetons and all Styles of Vehicles, and jobbers in
Carriage Builders Supplies. Buggies, single or in car load lots.
Cor. First and AVichita Streets. - - Wichita, Kansas.
whito serge, havs r, head band of oiled
silk, and nra eiaaply trhhinoa with a
serge ribboa and nft cassiaicd buokle of
another pattern. Au inch. 0? cVaa n half
inch difZ erenco in tho height of tiie drown
or the width of tho brim ui:il"j ail the
difference hi the world U3 to thf hr.l suit
ing your own especial face, and will well
repay tho thought r.nd c:iro thus be
stowed. Wliile many persona contend that they
are from their simple outlines becoming
to nearly every one, the general verdict
ia that they juto not for the woman with
a big noc-c, with ngly ears or with n
heavy lower face, and tho woman with
just theee features that is, the big nose
and tho heavy lower fa is very apt to
be just the sort of woman who cares but
littlo for the frivolities of life, and who
yearns for just that simple form of head
wear. Too bad that she may not in
dulge her liking, but if she does it only
makes her look absurd. Chicago Jour
nal. A Catacomb at Kertcli.
A few days ago an interesting cata
comb was discovered at Kertch, in the
neighborhood of the Tahtar quarter.
The catacomb in question lie3 about fif
teen feet under the surface and is divid
ed into three compartments. It is deco
rated with frescoes representing Hermes
surrounded by winged genii and also
with scenes taken from domestic life.
The most interesting discovery of all
was an inscription, part of which forc
ibly reminds the reader of the one over
Shakespear-e's ashes. It runs. "Sorak.
who never threw away the bone of the
poor, has raised for himself this sanctu
ary, and adjures all people that his
bones were not robbed and denied."
This adjuration to posterity has been
without effect, for the catacomb was al
ready found to have been plundered.
Chicago "Wealthy Spinster.
The wealthiest young lady in Chicago,
now that Anita McCormick has joined
the ranks of the matrons, is Miss Bessie
Ross, daughter of Dr. G R. Ross and
granddanghter of the late Tuthill King,
whose vast forrnne she inherited through
her mother. Miss Ross is a pretty pink
and white littlo creature, wish bine eyes,
yellow hair and a delightful English ac
cent, which she received on the Conti
nent soon after her gradation. Sht
weighs about lTO pounds, but her pro
tjects are even heavier, and solid irokh.
Ancient Roaewas never so populous as
ZCew York. In the zenith oilier fraae she
lid not probably cental n a million people.
Brooklyn is just such a city, as u size, as
the was in'hecgiorr.
Cigar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send us a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
F INLAY ROSS
AVHOLEbALK AXD ItETAIL
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
The Largest Establishment in the State.
Is os. 119 and 121 Main Street, AVichita, Kansas.
J. W. HAWN & CO.,
"Wholesale Grain and Commission Merchants.
Elevators, on A. T. & S. F., Frisco and Missouri Pacific Tracks.
CORNER & FAKNUM,
EOYAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers. Tens,
Coli'ees, Spices. Extracts. Baking
Powders. Bluing. Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Ave.
JIanuf acturer. Wholesale and Retail
SADDLES k SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 E Douylas Arc, Wichita, Kan
BURR FURNITURE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Douglas Ave.
FOREST CITY COAL CO.,
Wholoale and Retail Dealers in
C O A. L!
Weir City and Kich. Hill Coal
119 X Water St., - Wichita. Kan
E J. FOSTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Qneensware, China, lass ware. Fancy
Goods. Plaited Ware and Decor-
arted Ware of all Kinds.
I.Kinps and oil a specialty.
219 Douglas Arc. - Wichita, Kan
THE JOHNSTON & LARIMER DRY GOODS CO.,
Dry : Goods, : Notions :
Complete Stock in
110, 121 & 123 2s Topetai Ave.
WJCIITTA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
OFFICE AXD "WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOI'TII MARKET STREET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixture?
Sole agents tor the state lor "(xrand Republic" cigars, also sole proprietors of
the "Royalty " and '"La Jnnocencia" brands. d5
Grss3 Growing In Broadway,
Grass is growing in Broadway grow
ing jn ono o2 tho most crowded parts of
that great thoroughfare;,, vrhsro the peo
plo rnsh wildly about on business er
rands, evzgt. whea. ths gun-hJc5 and
tho hursiut highest. 'JSiero iaat " a
great deal of the gr?33, "otit; -what there
is ia flourishing. Thousands pass crver
it everyday, but npno of inset toupees
it, for it is jest trader .t. qiKDr lifilo iron
grating, est in tho pavement for some
reason thrsv isn't now &ppjjren$. Under
the iron bara i a little spaco h,ollowcd
out in the fianrfr.gt cue in it dust and
dfjfchoTO accumnia-cKl to b,o depth of
au inch or eo. How tho grasssr-eds got
thero 13 not es3i:7 to do accounted for
unless they ""fi bronghv by tho spar
rows. Bi thospacta foil thero at any
rate, and nsT7 tho trees is struss'K nP
to the baj3 of tho grwtinj. There is no
troublo abont- tnoisturo, for ovory rain
turns the hollow into a little reservoir,
and in two or three v? eaks any body with
& liking for novelty zrisy tare up tho
grating and harvest tho first crop of hay
that has lsen raised in tho naighborhood
of lower Broadway for many ?, year.
"tliserics of ExclasJTencn.
Miss Downton Where are yon going
Miss Upton To Frogtown, New Jer
sey. "Mercyi That's a horrid place; noth
ing but swamps and mosquitoes.''
"I know it; but all the pretty resorts
are filled up nowadays by the common
hercL you knosr. New York Weekly.
A Xew York Girl Goinff to Siberia.
Miss Anno BrewsJer, a society girl of
New York, who came ant to visit her
brother-in-kiw, Secretary Reamy, has
gone on a pleasure trip to Siberia, going
from Nagasaki to Yladivostock. It ia
the first case knoTrn of a young Amer
ican lady going to the Siberian frontier
except for missionary work. Tofcjo
All Accounted For.
Miss Clara Are there aayother New
Yorkers here. Mi Dndskigh?
l5udelghlangtjSciy)--Nsw; me deah
Miss'Ciawah. The othah three hundred
and Tzmaty-uhierDE-sf&re shoot tiat
where. PiKsbucg BuBetia-
"Did van propose to"Hanriata?1
'Yes.1 " '
"No. I was for the Beasashot &b&
nreMrred the Brotheri;ir:Q&,- -
The quickest, strongest and purest
Dry Hop Yeast on the market. "Will
keep a year in any climate.
Price! 5 cents per package of 7 cakes
For sale by all wholesale and retail
Manufactured by Corner Jc Farnnm
factory .)orner Kellogg and Mosley
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
I.jO X Market St., Wichita, Kan
Photograhcrs1 : Supplies!
102 E Douglas Avenue.
"Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALEY
Manufacturer!, and Dealers in
All kinds of uins for shirping purposes, fruits,
bakinc powder, etc.
2Vi South Main. Wichita, Kan.
The Hyde & IIimiMe Sta. Co.,
WholCMlc and Retail Dealers In
Books : and : Stationery,
"Wall Paper, Wrapping Papers.
114 X Main St., - Wichita, Kan
WICHITA STEAM LAODRY.
Makes a specialty of doing work for
outside towns and cities. Agents
wanted everywhere. Vk rite for terms.
Best Work in the State.
and : Furnishing : Goods.
all the Departments.
----- AVichita, Kansas.
rsnle.i for the Bots.
fioon carlfctda of sida!, wiry, western
ponies will ferrlvo in tbJ City, and street
car leads o smallj diininate dndos will
wend their way to thA pans in search of
"polo panie?, yo ISow."' These horses
are bought for $2J3 to iJO in Wyoming,
Texas or Moht'ina, pliipjiod eaat and find
ready purchasers at figures ranging from
$50 te ovpn S200, tlw JiJJDf for an excep
tions! bargsia, ThofllitS'animals aro a
tough lot. and aro -SeVfir really broken
Stabla handlia 'dpea a good deal to
quint them, but ajTSrsott liad better keep
a sharp lookout, for they strike with
their fcrs feet a -rcadil7'a3 they kick
with thrir hied legs. The"?, however,
make a strong, active burdGicarricr and
will run until they drop, and. for a boy's
horse can hardly be excelled, having
light, elegant shapes in distinction to
that other favorite pony the Shetland.
Punishment in Xew Kula&d.
The board of education of New Haven,
Conn., is examining tho case of Princi
pal John G. Lewis, of the Webster
school, who is accused cf whipping Kttle
Paul Gobhartlto 8esr. Mn3h has "been
said about the principal's whipping
methods. Louis Meyer, a H-7ear-cil
boy. living at 247 Davenport avenca, te
tified: "Two years ago I waa strapped to
a desk by 3f r. Lgvs.nna pnnished. Ho
strapped my legs to tho leg3 of the desk,
and then ho strapped nay hands to the
top of th lesk. Then ho had a re
'olving polo with tour or fivo straps in
it, all with knots in the ends. This flew
around'by pulling st btnn, and thevfitraps
hit me all over. Chicago Herald.
A PalBlOl Sptjc.
Kindly Xelghbor How is the baby
this morning, Johnny?
Little Johnny He's worseft ma'am.
The doctor says be can't Kve tho week
"My dear boy, I sincerely hopa the
babywill get welL"
"So do L It'ud beawful hard on rae
for him tocie this weei'catse Satur
day's th!-day of th' circus. New York
Eugeno'Perry, a yonng'boyof "vr'aynt,
Neb., who was in the habit of leading
j hie coir to and rGtn the pasture, tSedthe
rope ercund bis wsxt one daylest weec,
thg c3w ran avay aad trsmpied &nd
draggsahim to death.
Aclrr55t Gf"S!irgstOE, 2rT., r&cestU
mikn-fctsift afhie own teed. He
nt3&JUSir:'3orasvrha': tacg-fegs h-
ti'coaldrrijAa Hi rwrtL
YLEWS ISO YE THE PAVE
SCENES AND INCIDENTS ON THE
The Erldso Policeman's Soe Snap Shots
In at Seeoaa and Third Story "VTladorrs.
acb. Class Ttr.s Its Hoc to So Xn
jnerona on tho Cars.
"Cbxae,movonpnow! Movoup! Plenty
o' room up troatl"
Snci is the unvarying song I have now
heard every day for three years at tho New
York entrance, of tho Broaklvn bridge
TAKLT SIOKNIKG 517WSBOTS.
Sometimes thero is a new policeman, but
his sons is ever the. same. No matter it
the platform bo thickset with strusslinq
men and women, and the forward cars so
jammed with swcotmgauinonirj that even
strap holds aro at a premium, tho bold as
sertion is ever thc-samc:
"Plentyo room up in front!'
There is a story current among the po
licemen that the member who has done
duty at the bridge for so many years was
lately jriven leave of absence to servo as
pall bearer at tho funeral of a fellow po
liceman, and that when the solemn mo
ment came forhimrto .put a hand to tha
coffin handlo tho motion brought the old
habit on him and he sing out to the corpse:
"Come, now, move up lively! There's
plenty o' room up front!"
Tho bridge witn its 110,000 or more pas
sengers daily is perhaps tho beat place on
the continent to see the official nature re
duced to a dead routine, but it is on the
elevate J railways of both cities that ono
may soidy more "types of mtmlrind" in a
social way than Nott .and Glyddon ever
portrayed. In the study there is instruc
tion and amusement combined.
But the observer must learn to differen
tiate. Each city has its own characteristic set,
still more each road, and most of all each
successive hour of tho day and night. Ono
who goes over between 5:S0 and 0:30 p. m.r
COIKG TO THKIK TOOL
and sees the wenrietrcferks rad aatesladiea
leaning back bo hitlcsaly, wmitd not know
the same persons when bw caca them re
turninjiahont 7.30, essa many of them do
to the evening enssr&iinmenU. They seem
to have taken on a new lease of life and re
gained thdr lot youth.
There is one hour cfHhe morning whrn
every man has a- poper held rather clo
to his facs i tbcre is a lady standing ia
front of him; arroincr hour, mnch earlier,
when every man has a dinner pail, and an
intermediate hour or two when the crowd
is Tvondcrtalry mixed. Ou scan of th
roads there is a too short intT3,T vriwn
the trains up town ft,iit is, Bvsjtp from
business) reem alm't circa up tio fair
typewriters and cIttJu. wita aneh lodlen of
tho middle dzA a.s hare lragrntd lato in
lower New York: and eoon tdttr it wemi
as if all the smoky factories find dusty cel
lars and other dens cf toil bad. jwirod forth
their brawny occupants art once Of courso
there is no regulation to prevent any man
riding at any hour, bat the time tho, con
venient for the nwjority ai any Haws is
toon the time Rotiht even by o(hcr of
that clans who can choree their titue.
' There is, too, an af"stoary on thr. "L "
There is a very nr.tirssrfife difference be
tween the generrj avrrcge on tho Brook
lyn roads and tbat on tfca New York rod,
and casus the latter the Sixth and Nmth
avcntie line also show a larger peroentaga
of the well to do middle classw. They are
treated, however, to a daily pann-anyi of
cxceedmgiy mixed picttrres of very com-
SOME 7TZJXX sncpiTjra.
, non Hfe the train rwr?p al'ms; the 8z.
fTOinils from the Httffrj noribTTartL Oao
BWDKat the car cwtepn by U. coim! or
third eiorj whviaw f a cbp weaas
hoosr, tlws arrt it tai:- tbm wtad f a
"taalrj.' acd az&m H,ja&Trrfc.ir; throcsb
a district wfers th yalis of n i.utbCti '
drt-a absent lnwa Vb cU f U rttia.
"r'zmiHarity breeds cwotrnrpC TL
traia rnrs sousar mzay !T?CSag3 that i
exj? boy cooia "timajb a isarhle isi
the rnooth of an ccetrwur:. rrt
thro pecp! pay no acre atfo-ctJco o
than ! it were kvtded -ss bond max. j
tfcs vathsr is'Kana a iw- 7
room window oyca ad tlse 1mi iair : i
ercry t&g ai disbiibiiic. the (iiiiaaiti bt.
havias their 'ttzsg? ztnm raorniBK, pr
plea5thcirtitjr;orfc!r,hra if .
erects, jbsu ehiHrba tXtrrsmtf tfecc4
Iwte7 ssfUrikraiiUsm bath hmsstt It
Urn! I Vw xisfeRrf 4 1 KMif
f fw xml If P
Ithcnmatlc. SrIatl- Shnntincr. Share and
Muscular I'ams and eSaeBs, Back Ache, rte---iieand
Chosi p&ins relleycd in one luluuto b?
Cutjcura Anti-Pain Plaster
oulj- instantanioos raln-lcllUns streacthentair plas
ter. 25c 5 for SI. .t dnua;ts. or o POTTER CKCO
iXD CHEinc.Vi, Co.. Bobioa.
is out a gnmcsr, aovjqysy, ngnnrag pan
tograph as it were, and "nobody thinks
Jinything about it' that is; no New
Yorker, no regular patron of the road.
But the visitor, accustomed to tho widely
separated dwellings and habitual privacy
of the vfilnge.."3 often treated to views of
semi-nnds peses and tatJlaasx vrvants,
which ferce him to wonder howthoso peo
ple wonhl fi el if tho train should suddenly
stop at th.it point.
AVell, if it Hbonld suddenly stop ha
would butt the sKit iafroas hasd enough
to lose all interest ia pesesand tableaux;
for ono of thv strangsst tlrinsj about tho
elevated t-:n T thattt isEOineat least,
three times .:.-. fst as it. seams to the pas
sengcr. Tho eJcvation in samo way pro
duces an illusion, but a stop which is at
all sudden so&n dispels tho illusion. And
this brings me to mantfon of tho cheering
fact tliat accidents m. tho 'X or so very
rare, and whoa they do ccenr. do so Iittla
damage. In that respect the system is a
success beyond the pradictians of tho most
sanguine, giving no little strength to tho
claims of those whc crgco that all rail
roads should be deviated, and that tho sav
ing would in no long tim& roako up fot'
tho extra cost. A railroad through tho air,
with farmers plowing and country peopla
driving in perfect security under itl At
mxr no5T ees racn.
first tho KUSQystion was regsrded aa the
dream of a isionary, but ia naw loota
Affcr all, the Txst way to investigate Efh
on t!je,El,'ia to tsfcw it by coniiccuiivQ.
hocra. end tic-cxiKencia of .btLfihittw huvo
at tlmea campcDctl zne-to test tha train at
all hours. Then is an ohb und n flow.
tIireoinvt3i1frj5cx&ur"IujraTs. Prom, t
a.nutilr dayllftt thi wssani3 low
tide. Qaiatrains .tre. I'lS Jtewaod? tibials
planar r&xsasx ixtaix nfler dayliglnitba
inwaxsIllowrljesiEs. Jfrxt came tho nfefci
and afexsntl nari- hammer itwntatc- tio
bucBSla3C33e Jn. ihiaiooxQStt.ju.may
sco many of bacn n2an&s; sm. early aai&
o'clock. Y3tt caiv "whjf t-hij qapraiKnco-of
thccara.aictx.; maiprkapiir Broafcrxa. and
uppra' ifcvr "5firrrir people eat hrt543hflt n.
I ttlc DoftnT7,focth-m a. incs-JtoT. thln
mng;eriS. Thra cenic tho yrrafc. jruah;
bevieRoC.s&r iwffcurPrf Jhxfca.,
pactertvPiaSP!rMrtd t."u whowtdulylt itc
to "cpen-uocLswflspxc oiLtJVto. cf ar
nnofchejgrraCJtoawh otrn-.on. foribnrchooS:
maTams, prrtferiSraMil mrJnirricf bushier.
ncn cm csennnor fftK axa. ahrrvwL 2Zq
pleaoan m ridttnf tihsa. -"So-wudinKf '
newKpaipwy-exr-iyTnaCf I" hhH, tH 1 1 1 1 ha .
a 'mtfAi jiiwtf'ttHr'ii-iliUfflSa-phjyr-ind
fhir'cnftencrursr fa otiSlrhi.
Thra every man and altoo(S.eTrr3rwaoan.
who can Ret a wV has a moraine pnpor.
rJhea In tbo.brsrKWirt" tut' snap ahotsat
hutnaruaafeirr it? ittwrralfla that bo
ono tkesa n hrti, lv tumtpT ax Ioi; as
thrc is a Kparo aval; teSWR. fcrtha in
Mi net for persons! iKtK ftfil mirvh-es
dpit tJbmr&rrr4aif;: "th aatrlim men.
has a little man:- ,rom tt (ipread hb tt
over thu csar, and H Uh wmUjut admltft ot
open windows- the. "nZ Arowiowi. cs
nactraJ' grta lh hiw wrrrk. An hctrr
later ard tWu. tamo? The hanknr, flw
heavys espltaJfelV tt tsofilwniof . ltm
and tJm iady vttc i,T ' JHroiJtfr
Bboppir.jf arw ttr Ba4VfMaawaw TW:
contlTMM3 tlliaoar- nven, tuft 1Mmrcaun.
the tirst Ud!.
Thcvordwis rrrrwl" atl5neou Ch
U-bmrply are oi"JC uuP frjura to 4. ti
jirrfrtTfi pw6tsrrXmHH'' Itibim H", Ue
'TuhJ' i Asm. (63P VtXMtfKjaMbti sup
per hoar Lraffp"trfliF nnerlMat fts. -waiaUte
Wr-akfart hoar. SiJiIs7"t'7aOCrrpJ
am urckcac mi&iE3tust jrnfclly frma
Brook hva. ll-tgrb whf wira Bonw n
weary twcraoo3ft?m-rf Jrarr i(teRy-.
eteuna aitter, brifcfcaftA 'MV ofo b
4vwfiad an nr?jr Uraj gpjg. T-hsCis
thbnmr -iiea 'a bewjt -nxis9rZac:(ksr
and cbniisr on tS can. Thrajraia oft" oU
qnaarff nfcwsf ; -ssrrrm lawieftwr Tbe-Fr,aT-g,
-vrttttAzx. cf zlJ Ksuns wflrtt
waalont AHtiRdltauQK li&itikMi The.
last tPfe ffjamA Iisfea t&uvC 18. Fronv
II tE fe it fl-HsSsr EtBWf Stam. tha.
tHl I ar 8 i itfatrlr wr. adth-a
ana tie dtill bmam. t3k iatft&A.
"Kate, ttfo -wo& of art, asadafflrv
mrked lh drelor. 'i smtficu. vLt tha
farnoca pSctea ia Ui Qoreoaa ipJiery
"WeQ," rpta lf. Taodrea. tjixxf
the pictmt rritfcsaliy. if yoaTl gnaracv
Un that It & gwnsaw nrpiica ni Uks
It." - Odcmm Trftrv
YKJVS CIIEKRY I'JSCTOIlAIi
is th Ittt r-i3dT for i'rmtp.
"VThonpJnK Coagb. lrirm, and a.1
th sudden Throat an La TrowbW
t" whu-h ymr P"P "t
Kp thtsBaMjriB in thmhommm. Tien
Edward Lsr. late U. 5. Const to
Italy, aad aothof of varies! poatthu
"With all sort of fxpamrm, ! a!'.
nartm A cUmatM. J bare oev. to Iki
4ay, had as? W not may aflwrtioa ol
Um tbroa oi tosfi wlucai did aot yWJd
10 Ayer' Cbsrry Pectoral wtttfeu 21
hoars. Of centra I ha meftrnt aiksvad
wywlf be witlMMit tbsi reaftcstj la aH
ray voyage and tnl. Cadsv asy
ttvrn obaarrstioa. it has k1t nUd t a
vast atuabr ol firm ; wliilt hi sort
ee ot pstiotottarr taflamaMatUw. ameh
as rrtfup ed dptotbr in -hiidrn. Hf
h. bB prorrTl thfooh ita raWta
J Tfirtmftui : -a lvt and fa"
uot ! t'';r.y aAmnulmmtl.
Su ttfixr. - '.5 v-Mt d.ri lum. It a
flyer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayr A Co Uwltt Mats.
befit TatX9WKm . ral,,iiMi,a.