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Thoro nre thlrty-nlno tliewoptilcnl bo
cIcHch In thu United States
A innchiuo for milking nhorstrlnfcs nut
of pnncr Is iv rocont Philadelphia Inven
tion A ticgio nt Perry, Gn., Is said to wc1r1i
(500 iKimiris, nnd to Imvo gained 100
pounds within u year
Women nro longer lived tlmn men. A
vromnn of 20 urny expect forty-two years
more of life, n man of the saino ago only
At the Nntior.nl Library of Paris n MS.
of tho Dible has been discovered. It was
written in 1259, in n suburb of Pcrplgnan,
and is richly illuminated,
The champion butter producing cow
of'tlio world is named Enratisaman,
owned in Jlnssachubetts, and her roeord
is 015 pounds undo ounces of butter in
one j ear
A column of army worms invaded
Woodbrldgo, Oal., recently. It was
half a milo long, and was followed by
immense Hwarins of blnckbirds, which
preyed upon them
A new street pavement in Wichita,
Kan., it said to bo as smooth as asphalt,
and of us good wearing quality, with
out being tdippery It is c.iUod jasper
ito, and is less costly than granite or
In Cngland and other parts of Europo
horseshoes aro now in use made of cow
hide instead of iion It is claimod this
shoo is much lighter than the iron ono,
lasts longer, and that tho hoofs of horses
wearing tltctn never split
In Palmyra, Mich., resides a family of
seven. Every Monday a 800 pound hog
is butchered, and by tho following Sun
day tho hog has been eaten up. Besides
all this thero is tho usual quota of beef
and other meats disposed of during the
At the Mt. St. Bernard monastery
tho Cistercian rulo is rigidly observed.
From 0 p. m. until C:30 a, m. Is the great
-silence, which none may break savo tin
der grave necessity. Ono meal in win
ter and one and a half in summer is tho
It seems moro than likely that tho
passion play will never again bo dono at
Obcrammorgau. The sentiment at
Rome is ngainst the performance, and
among Roman Catholics very gouerally
the feeling is that tho play has a" de
A mulo colt at Carrolton, Ala., has no
eyes and no place for them. The placo
where its eyes should bo is as smooth as
Egotist has a record of 2:20, but Mr.
John E. Greon says it will bo 2:19 before
long. He is by Electioneer, out of Sprite,
tho daughter of Watorwitch.
Mr. Carll S. Burr has driven Elina a
milo in 2:80 2-5. This looks as if she
would Burely add one mora to tho Greon
Mountain Maid group of performers.
Rosobery jumped 7 feet and 1 inch at
" the exhibition grounds, Toronto, Ont., on
Sept. 18. 1800, thus beating his previous
best jump at Elmira, N, Y., three
eighths of an inch, He is conceded to
be the champion high jumper.
Mr. John EL Smith, who once owned
Trustee, who trotted twenty miles with
in tho hour, is dead at the age of 80. He
was a resident of Cincinnati, and fifteen
years ago his face was very familiar at
Saratoga, Jerome park and Monmouth
Ed Corrignn, of tho Chicago West
Side-track, has purchased a tract of land
some two miles west of his present
track, and may at a future day lay out a
race course there. He paid $354,000 for
the land, and the construction of a first
class track and buildings will involve a
further outlay of about $100,000.
Pew breeders can boost of having pro
duced both tho English Derby and St
Leger in one year with two horses.
Queen Victoria.in 1890,made that enviable
record. With Sainfoin, sold as a yearling
to Mr. Pmter, she won the Derby, while
with Memoir, sold at the some ago to
tho Duke of Portland for 1,500 guineas,
she captured the St. Leger.
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AND A FIN!". UNU OF
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Franco still remains tho country most
prolifio in enorgetio and irrepressible
statisticians. Ono of tho tribe has lately
been busily engaged in getting up facts
and figures about persons smitten with
the mania for collecting nil sorts of ob
jects. Thero are, he informs ns, 12,000 col
lectors of botanical specimens and 20,000
antiquaries. Tho labors of theso people,
however, aro ho thinks lofty and noble
compared to those of tho beings who
stick pins in beetles and love to exhibit
tho impaled insects in glass coses, or of
tho silly collectors of 'bus and brain
Tho statistician has also much to say
about tho scrap book people and tho
hunters after historical buttons. Ono of
these has a wonderful collection of civil
and military specimens, ranging from the
timo of LouiaXTV to our own days, and
ho spent large sums of money in looking
for articles of tho Mud on tho battle
fields whero soldiers of the first republic
and tho first empiro had fought.
Auothor Parisian brought together
20,000 different portraits of the great
Napoleon, whllo n dealer in curiosities
has on hand tho palettes of all the prin
cipal French painters who havo flour
ished in tho second half of tho present
century, The careful statistician has
omitted to add to his list tho collectors
of such trifles as tho slippers of "Bture"
of tho ballet, thero having bona onoo an
old Purisiun who had an wwortment of
theso things in his museum, London
Itoilucliiif in Finally to Suit,
A certain man, not uuknown In this
city, tails this story About liiwwUi Hu
went to look nt looms, and after a chut
Willi thu litiidlndy, in which bo told her
ho thought )io would take tlicm, ho Hiked
her if j)ju objected to children), Bhu Wild
no, not particularly, mid wiwUd to know
how mail)' ho had,
"Oil, about hovimi," ho replied in ah
"Wluitl" she crivd, "Uoodiuwi gr
cioui, couldn't Ul tliot in,"
"WpII," Iw pol) ivUMtlvcly, ')l
homo mill bill four of lliwii. I IIVu
rpMOi vory union." T) My ww ImrH
Hod mid boggix) dim no) U) do It, uiilll
llimlly liu connttx) wtd Mvi up iu
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'Bills of Lading,
Piute mill Cards,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of overy variety,
Petitions in any lunguago,
Envelopes &. Letter Ciri;nliiru,
Sporting Scores Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
Gunorul Book Work,
Hlo Ktc, Etc, ICIo.,
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Hand Painted Porcelain Placques,
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