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Tor IbeKfilay fentlaet.
jxo niM ii st n x,
JFtota M.r tt ISeaattrol a&
Jfetea, ror;t!ls flr fabric, deftly wrougM
Of diiat-y zephyr, by tüy causing hands
Ja m;tt:c linalet, tit a poet's tboaz&t.
Aal b ji i about with aSlalaasllkca band.
21 nute la lorln jratltude, would alo j
A lay tf tae. as tnwslcal a:: 1 saeet,
As r IM 1 jr Js csro. to the b'.oouiinz spring,
Orrhjtjic ria where niliog wavileti rarcU
, Would il e of rc?s blown in c lirous ttr
O! lille. aiatn'.e i at l!J heart Is now;
Of ipöor!e it eaten ifceil-uu tÄl'
That ! a x, l;kc rJ7 auakMaa. oa thy brow.
Would lit to lactic ircct. tby drean of lire,
Wtere.'n tbe future icein o trljtht an l ( Air,
VI Lei a:i o( good and teaatUul are rife.
Aal sorrow brlags no burden hard to bear.
Tt. Ion; izo, I, too. walke 1 band In han-1,
Wim yputa and Lope, believing all ttilnjs true.
Lot foarji, on coining to tnat Fairyland,
That. Miataaee lent etc:aatcicnt lo tha v cw.'
Mf ha,(or orue, good trtf ts and pleasant wayr,
fcpD" J 1 by tLe tuaiaiao of uuclondei sUcs,
S Cut, tat -e re starless nUMs and stormy dar,
For wduy acbl:ig hc&rU and tearful eyes,
fcorae elf ol. with bleeding feet, the rugzed height
tVtcrdfiiae'a red teacoa glitters oa the saow,
Wno haf teen harider in the truer ltht.
-nl i.:cr fcotlnj cf tbo ra'.o below.
Jfor ! al of Ufa to live and leave
Great rcap of treasure won by t 11 and ialu;
Oaiy the fO)d for othcri wo achieve
Cin t accounted in eternal gala.
Gifted rnd gradens, thou majest iow tho toe l
Of trth an l bcr.utr, ort bsrrea waito.
To lud Lad b'o -om for tbe foula la need,
Frozen hom God'a laia ls, well nUh crand.
JXayestiow alonj thy path, with gentle hand,
iked :at will geminate, la llbt and glootn.
And bej.v good trait, oa whilom fallow iaad,
To t'.ss uaaklad, a hundred years to cuaie.
ro, God be with thee, lady, and I pray,
lie raiy forcfcLd Ue from all sorrow tore.
- Crown tfcee, with peace and plenty, day bj dy,
While bary I ore iit$ luilllu at tby door.
Bicch liauk, May. W-S,
MIT AM1 fLKASANrilT,
A Waihir'ton itrect placard eaya "Loik
toarladleV Lote." W refine to bade
n oralizid ly any lach exilbltlot.a,
Ü4 Monday Ian tbe Vna ar collea ir'.a
toe fc rbf ertatfor i of if e iun." Welt, it is a
dark i'y when tbn g rli djn't taka obserra
llona of tbe eon If ibej i:et tbo cpj ort anity.
nriDm has a female t'eatist who lately ire
a beiil tct9 male patient n ottrdo of
ether, ml iuariird him b foro La lud faliy
ricoveied hi tt r.sei. (iaitio teeth palled la
tnd ehotU without Lavincany extia hor
10itjcktd on to theoperattcn.
' Mir dr," aald Mr. Frfigmoa, as he laid
dowrwbls b j;:k, "It lai here that trhlity
drlr kjirff rar1eui the brain." "Xaver mind,
my Cfar." was hr aaicistio reply, 'ycu
lecua tnnlt driokiog on that account."
Aod row IVrmcn wocdus what sho
l,rr)fesjr Unj,tif. th aitr)noa:er, it taU
io be the m-jit bis f al iiit i, And vet we
bare no Jonbt he will tit fir hoarj fooilaj
at Vanui thrcusb a teletsjpe, long after the
dicent i )p'e are avtl anl inleep. That ii
alwaya the way with these bashfal xuea.
'Are yenr coati radJed? aikrd Angelina,
at her bad repoaM gra'fally on Wiiilaat'a
manly breaat. Why da yon aiW he
Inquired fondly. "Uernnse they are so much
otter than Marttn'i cnata, or John' a either,
for that matter." The engagement wai
broken. Tbe Kambler.
8am Jones was once candnctln a revlral
In Atlanta. For a (all week he addressed
hlxntelf to the members of the chared. At
last one of the stewards lacgested that he
had better bejln to pitch Into the sinners.
'No, lr," laid 6am. 'I want to get tht
Church cood stirred np first I never kill
hex 'till I've got my water hot."
Kalher Pre raatnre. "Why have they pat
yon In Jail aealn?" asked an Austin phllan
tfcropt.Uf Jim Webster, who wai plajlng
checkers with hs nose on the grated win
i'ow, "Decauae I bad th lock to Üai
Cclonel Ve'get'i wAtcb." "That's no crime,
to find a watch." Yea, but you are, bass. I
dnn found it tefcre be lent lt." Tex j ti'At-
A aruart Colonel of an Irish nil 11 IIa re;
ment was late ly round fault with by the la
spectlns Ueneral for tin Indifferent shojt
irt; of hie rexlmeni. The Colonel replied:
"ßl r, 1 must explain that I stand before you
in two positions one as Colonel of the rcl
ment and tbe other aa an ir'.ih landlord. As
far as I am concsrned I consider the anodtlag
gocd enensh." Troy Times.
'But I can't cook It in that way, Henry; I
don't know how." "riisa why don't yon
iteptrrlcfj till jon leirn how?" Üj, I
can't;! alwaya apod IL" Tlaguo take a
oil an anyhow; ehe can't never do any
thlnjra hoJy wr.ta doae. Aman endo
usytblnR." 'X he can't. Ill telly vi
Txhit a icsn can't do." "What's tlut?" "He
can't mind his own business."
First Elderly Maiden "How do yoa like
lb new mlnisitsr?" b'aond K.dcrly Maldsn
O, eier ao much, lite aarmona are eo
beantlfr lly worded. Don't von Ilka him? '
First i: M.-'Not tery well; his walikeri
are to atra?gly, ycu Know, and he doesn't
wear any moatache." Second K M. "I was
so Interested In htistrunn I didn't notice
how he looked, lly the w7, they say he It
sins! rain." First K. M."M'ra, rn'm!
Did yon net notice whit splendid eyes he
bad? lie teems to be jut t the man we want;
dan't joa think so?"
"Ho ls!, Unc'e KsUas," till a gentle
man to an old darkey, "that you never mar
74eC? Aren't you aa admirer of tht softer
lei'' 'I tot er Gusl wucce 'oauter cil,
sah." rolled t nde Kastm. "A duel?" -Yci,
sah; yeihs an' yeabs ago. 6am Jackson an'
rnjse f we bof labbed de s;ue gal ; wa er ah
bofbonn' tr git dah. and de baslness ell
mixalctl in er duel. We bit w.il er trifljJ
nabtoua. au' 'ated cf ma blltln' tiiax or Sim
hittln n-e. we brongot dawn a vatuthlo
ein! dat win stsnaio' nesa da fence."
"And did you fire ega a? aiked tbe Keatle
wan, very much Interested. "So, eah, dat
wah a very talli-jble mule, bass, an' we bat
got kinder akeart like. Si we entered into
aa amerlcable prearraosnient." 'Haw did
yoa tattle It? ' "8im ink de sat an, 'gresi
to pay fo' de mule, an I balnt uebser luobsi
Four randldatei for the p:stmastsrsh1p of
llichmond were urgd by as n.aoy deijca
Hods of Infloenfal ViririnUns, and the flUn
xsan,TOttne olUce. Which reminds ns of
tb inebriated aagar planter in New Orleane,
who, eeslnt; an Italiai count plajlag ahaud
oran, vlth displayed upon its upper snr
lace a number of poppet, one of which hell
forth a pUte, accepting this ai a challenge to
a novl game of chance, and deposits! an
eagle on the plate. This tbe organ-grinder,
after pJaylng a few bars, put into his pocket.
The planter deposited arothsr picea. I'.tus
rt i alt. And a third, and a fourth, aal a
fifth. Acd then he staggered solemnly away,
remarking, "hh the tint time I ever backed
gin' a tame where all th perahen'age wash
in favor cf tho dealer !" N. O. 1'icayune.
Coloael J. Armor Knox, of Texas Slfttnt,
W.btn atked what ha conatdered the best bit
cf Aranieia huccr. answered prooipUy.
"A lltt'a thlcg that Dill Nye -arota. I on
alder it tha teat beeausa it learei ao muoh ti
tc:::tit!c3. A tancrocj this 3 tbsuld
cc-:tlvx Tht) is vtti ZTya rrctj:
Vctsrday vrz3 U:) first dry of January.
Tbe glad Yew Year. I made r.O calls. 8)1
fin told.' itowwbat a vision 01 a gtjanua
drunk docs tfcat brine on? ' Eiutlly goyj If
not better, 1 a morsel by Artenaas Ward.
Which re ay te foucd ai a motto on the tltt-
rsge cf sorxe eJitiocs 01 tht great nunnrii.-j
. k a. . 1 a 1 1 it.
xraa. iirunamca: "Amuwa v.uuiam'
man: 'Why, whit a ixlisa little giru uero s
a dollar for ycu.' FojIIsu Little (Irl:
Time. air. I bate a elitär at In me whits
alrxcstasfoollthasl be Won't you give
me a dollar for her, too ." "
Don't fl.tve To.
Botton Girl: "I tindaratand TOl ChietZO
young Indies haye large feet."
tfcicigoGlrl: "Yta, oar feel are na-t
larpe, but we don't bare to wr oar gartera
arove tbe knee to keen theai from falling o:!'
as joa ILs'.oi girls dj."
Ittxas Slfüas 1
'0 the Arabs go ta loJire and come home
late just as voudr," tali Mrs. Mannerly ta
her Lntbmd, who was of a convivial t un of
"I den't know," he stammrcJ.
"Uut I know tb?y do, for X real in a paper
that when an Arabian enters hishsass he re
moTis hla shoes and keapa oa his ht. That's
what vou do when you come home late froo
l'apa'a l'owerf'.it I'raylns,
"Mr. Moody says that if a ori)u prays
while roller skating he is all tight," said a
little Drcoklyn alrl to her mother.
"Well, my child, did yoa ever hear any
body pray while at the rink!"
"Oh, jib! 1'apa did last nlht when he sat
down ao bard that tb? gas went oat."
"What did he eay ?
"He sild 'merclfal heiveas!' and lots of
other tblnge jnst like a mlniiter does when
he pounds the pulpit."
Una a Illlrnt Honnd,
DM you ratch on to the sound of that?"
remarktd a btocklon youth to his compan
ion tbe ether evenlcg as a hlgh sjundlng kiss
was heard comlrg from a couple standing in
a doorway on El Dorado street.
"Well, I should aay I did!" replied the
ether. "It sounded like a sky roc lest had
banted. I gaets they must bs n uetrly mar
rlel coople, and they haven't got throngs,
with the honey moon yet."
"Hone3moon, thunder! You can Jnst bet
on it they ain't married yet. Married klssss
don't sound like that, they ain't the lomJ
Ilortlt ult ami.
hho had but recently arrived fron the
"ow.'d country," and being aent cnt la front
of the hcuia to water a large bed cf claisoa
rttnnlar, the fallowing converjitlon took
place between herself and the yoangsst ton
"I ay, B'dat, whit's the nans of tiosa
red tlower? '
"ßhrie. now. i don't like totMl ye. Tun't
a mice name they have at all. dar; for'twas
upattte house I beard joarowu mother
liustll CalilDt: thim aptldhiai. '
1 rty werij luachin oao diy,
Ju a rinJ' line
ALd tu Imppone 1 to uy,
A abc notiifl th-i w.iy
Tiwitheand Icetreaia woro la nutty,
Cn you et lei 1 i-aai with impunity?"
And he ma l j tte replr,
Vitii a wink of tuooye.
NO, but 1 UU Willi a ftp301l."
13at her triumph came 00:1;
s tlx U-tt tho AlOOI.,
lie TO her a go 1 opp'irtuulty;
"nd now. Hik'ar,
th weather S clift'.
Can sou t.e walk with impualtyi"
Hur mti wa a lr.ht üi tho inoou,
au O.eMctounly aay
1'nti e the mocilns reply,
"No, but I cau wita n p-vu "
Ueu Wo j J Divialu Life.
Not eo Very Drunk Ell Iter,
llrown arrived home omewhat lute the
other night after a convivial supper with
Mis. B, like a dutifol wife, setup until
her Urge lord should come In. From oae
side of tbe dcor ehe heard the protracted
tumbling with the keyhole which her hus
band from the other aide was with dlUlsnlty
trying to fit around the night key.
Finally the key sprang tho latch, and the
delinquent knsband pushed owen the door
to tied himself face to face with his angry
Wlabing to cover bim c ompletly with con
fatten, the aggrieved wife pointed to the key
which was still In the door, and, with an a'r
of grim satisfaction, remarked; "You aoem
to have forgotten your key."
Drown bad now ie:overcd his humor, and.
appreciating the fact that she bad been a al
lent listener ti his prolonged m&neuverj,
retorted: "Well, my daar, you don't think
I went to all that trouble to get tbe key In
merely to pull it right out axa.ln, da you? '
Oase lila llent od Advire.
John K. 1'orter, tbe well-known New York
lawyer, wai atsfgned, when a young man,
the defense of a man charged with assault in
the second degree, and charged by the Court
to give the accated the best a lyics ho conld
under tho circumstances. 1'orter immedi
ately retired to an adjacent room to consult
with his client, and returned shortly without
"Where Is your c'leat?" demandel ths as
tonished Ju ige.
"Hebaaleft tbe place. I guess," replied
Fortcr. with the mot iefrth ng sangfroid.
"Left tie p ace! Why, it list do yoa mein,
Why, yonr tonor dlncUd meto give
him tho best advl e I could cnlerthe clr
cmratances He told tue he wai guilty; aot
ad? iff d him to cnt aid run for it. He too
my advice as a client ooght, opened tho win
dow and akedaddled. He ls about a mile
Tie viry audscity of theyouni barrUter
derrlvcd tbe Court if tbe power of spteca,
and nothing ever came of the matter.
Ilia Idea oftlie Kitraorttlnary.
A Scotch sub altera at Gibraltar was one
day on gnard with another otUeer, who ua
luckily fell down a precipice 10) feet and
was killed. Ncn military readars UoilJ
nndrstand that lu the guard reports there Is
a small addendum, viz. :
"N. B Nothing extraordinary since
)u friend, however, ta!d nothing ahout
the accident, and some Lo ira after, the brig
sde msjor came to his quarters oa tbo part
cf the olUccs commanding, with the report
in ) band, demand an xplanatlon.
'Youeav'N. D. Nothing extraordinary
slrceccard mounting when yoar brother
ctllcer on dnty has fallen down a precipice
10O fret and been killed."
"Weil, sir." replied he. "I dinna think
there'e anything extraordinary in that; if
he'd faun doon a preolp'ci 10 feet and no
been klücJ, I shonld Las thonht it very ex
traordinary irtieed, and wad has put It djoa
in my report."
One honae recently uncovered at i'ompell '
appeared to have been undergoing repitr at
the time It was overtaken by the ttrrlbl
oleaco atorm of Novembsr 21, A. D , 79.
Falntera pots and brushes, and workmen's
Uols, were scattered about, and spots of
whitewash starred wall and floor. Dots and
kettles had been bandied np In a corner by
ttemtelve, but dinner had not been forgot
ten, a solitary pot stood on the stove. The
oveu was filled with loaves ot bread, and a
suckling pig wis awaiting on a brown dish
its turn to ba baked. Dat the pig never en
tered the oven, and tbe breai remained in it
raort ihta eUbttea ceatarles. Moas. Flo
relli'a nitucam at Pompeii contalot ihm
leaves twenty-one In number ratker hard
tnd black, bat perfectly prt:ervid.
It li touch hirdsr vrcrk for rata to cam
fcr his children ta hoar tad a hilt nhils his
vyirj u at church than to run a fox alt day.
'I1CS10RIAL IIAT'MIV 30,
i;y Mt0 (.0';R:m ntvi'iirr.r.
Liste i.corara Jes near us leep'.ax,
DiJt to duit of msay yearf.
That the Kin of I arth ' Is kceolag
To tlie ca J of tlaeaui tea;'.
Ibouaat uatl Usa, tocial gree'.iag',
fccatlneatiof other yoars-
ICindrcd Jots a J cheerful racitaj,
Mood our ejti I? day lu lean.
Through tte r'al'ou's puUo Ii b;l!aj
ktter ko?e. tboja narsarc ahel,
That "llejuu 1" will be th3 rectla;,
Cbolcct flower alose taem spread.
Atd res and a;el rro'.hen,
That went home loiu yeirs as:
Youthful fi lends acd faiihful lorers,
That tho iinzcli cjIU I to 5".
On their grave the frajmut flowers
tfeetn ai meseaierj dirlue,
As tbe circumstantial powers
Mak the 'r ii it Laad" to Tlaie.
. Monuments above thiin to.-er.
Staling age and dty of turth,
UhCU the Chll 1 Of but nu hour,
Mulcsi, bloiHoiaed from the earth.
Time ls short, "eternal ajes."
In the circle place raiakln 1;
As we read froa 'aturo'a ' pt;oi
That ' lQiaorlHl Is the ctiaJ."
Love Is lomebickejs of the lisart.
He who lives well la the best preacher.
.Staffed hair bu?tles are preferred to the
Wealth and hspplnets so'.doai trot together
in doable heme s.
Proffe'cr Felix Adler, favori coeducation
except bstween the ages of twelve and eigh
teen. Tbe sunshine of life Is made up of very
little beams, tbat are bright all ths time.
It is noticed that every yoang la ly who
elopes from a skating nak is a beauty and
;if homes were made brighter and happier
thero stould be ites attractions oa the streets
for young people.
"Dojs will be boys," observes tbe Water
JooOberver. ell, vs, we suppose so. We
don't tee bow it evi be avoided.
A laby bcrn during a terrible storm was
rauitd Cyclone Da father eys the term is
t m'anomsr: a cyclone doesn't hol every
A YlrgiLl girl asks why girls marry? Most
ot tbtm marry to make soaio other girl js u-
c,u?. That Is tee only we can account for
sbme meu gelling wives.
.' Undea now go to the altar without gloves."
lh!s euablts he newly married couple to
ease np the prico cf a t air of 'kldf,' and It
pocd economy. The Juae.
When you haar a man sir, "I will rlsV my
Lcnor that Hits Is true" ou can gsnerulty
n ftke ap your mied that his hoaur is n ;
paying a very heavy dividend.
There is a t-ood deal cf wearisome slash In
.the J sptrs about "Ttt ilrst Lady In the
),si.a." which is itugusting to every man
who :oves a mother, wife or titter.
( ine nour aro mcw.cm ia;en
ThatHIll ro kM-Uuk br.
Ard Lrartuch intnu;!"i tecord up
To li.1-1 who it s 0:1 hth.
1 -C. V, Crunch,
t William D. Howolls believes that It It en
jer fur a man to srek the forgtvenesi of Ood
Ji nn it ta to teek tho forglveuesi of hn wife.
iu'lier ilüaai has been rr ckleie. or his es-
tin nb!e spoc&o hts had her eye opsu of
Troaters with two legs are a plr: a shirt
with two arms is only one shirt, l'iilloso
phera bad better give np trying to find out
whether tho moon ia inhabited with spooks
and clear up eome of the dark mysteries of
. Unman nature ls a good deal like dog na
ture. Whenever some other dog waits the
beno it becomej doubly precious; and when
a man is about to hue something upon
which be has put slight value, its worth goes
l- A !
Tbe moat inquisitive aro generally tbe
mcst loquacious; am', where an individual
takes great pains to make himself acquainted
with car circumstances, we should eusnsct
h's motive, especially it ke lavish in hli
promises ol secrecy.
Out of eyery I 000 people born in this world
ot sin and sorrow, v'J'j fitter do uot know a
good atory when they bear it, forget it after
they baye heard It, or do not know tow to
reptat It thennilver, or haven't good juJg
ment about when to introduce it.
l'rudence, frugality and good management
era f icclicnt artists for mending bid timst;
tiny cccnpy bat little room in any dwelliuc.
but would furnish a more effectual remedy
for the evi?s of life than any reform bill that
ever pataed the Houses of Congress.
When MrCleveland went to select a pew
iu the Washington church which he attends
he was asked wbnt part of tbe building be
wculdllketosltin. "Well." he said. "I
den't want ta be ao near tbe minister that he
can see whether or not I am listening."
"Eouso to some work of high and holy lova
And thou au atieel'n tatplu s aa.V.t know,
'1 he good bosun by thee aall onward How
And wider trow. Tto seed within theso few
aud llcctln bo lit
TL hand armpuriim und unwctrIM rait. .
tilull dec'i thy KiAVo with naiaruathiuo il)w-
And yield thefrul'o llrlne la HcAveu's Ira-
11.0 tai Lowei. '
It Ii almost a rule that tho less oae kno i,
the more be talks about It. Tnere fore, dis
play cf learalng !a frequently tbe eign ot ig-
liorsnce. or at least of shallowness. Wbon a
teorUt finds Lis first flta betcath h!s waist
bar d, he makea a great ado about It. After
Le has traveled a little lonzer, heceaeito
raj attention to tbe dozens that as ill lot hi n.
Tuissia homely lilastratiou, but it is very
Wjuldt fasSiou for thj elf a seemly life?
Tl t n f rt t Dot 14fr what ta aa uad 9ue:
At.d ppito of ail Thou raayt r uee lesi behind
Vet act st If tby lif4 wtro Jut betiunt
a t at eaeh da wllla. enoojffi for taee to know,
n.i ncu nay wu 1 ine a xr unci! win tvu;
To talne own t n Sr. and be therewith coatcut,
U bat others do, tbut ahalt thou fairly J ude;
1 vite tli ii'. thou no brother monai hate.
And all Usldts leave to the n tuer Tower.
A French critio has succeeded more than
any American or Eaglhnman In giving tae
detinition o( üirtlc. "It is." he aaye "to let
ayoungiuftu unders'and that he his been
rerxarLed and distinguished, to draw him on
ly a lew p easant smllee and pretty little
weis to quit hli retorve and path his gallan
try almotttothe point of a declaration of
lose." This little game would be very dan
gercui with a youcg Frenchman; It ii ot no
ccniiquence with a young Lnglishmsn for
with blm illrtlcg means attention paid to a
wonan without intentions.
A atatiattcian has lUured out tbe expendi
tures for various purposes In the United
(States approximately as follows: Drink,
r.X).C00.t(X; missions (home and foreign)
SAu,u.; bread sV.inwo.OOO: rnat.
?:t30C0,Ul0: iron and steel, $:0,OCU,U0O;
woolen gooJa, $i : 'J. 000.0 CO; aawed lumber,
?2:. UUih:0; cotton goods, $210 O-M.OOJiboots
aud 1 linn il'J'i 0O0 (kH)? anpar and rr.nl
(153,000,000; educational purposes, $Sj,J,
a coo r a in g 10 tnee ngarea driuk oiti
n.oro than bread aod meat, and bat little
lets than focd and raiment. "
On tbe same principle apparently that the
3 oun? ffortaa do, after "kqUIdz relliion,"
found that ker BvalaXin aack and other dnery
were cracgiog ner cown to neu, ana gave
them to her sister, t western II icor dealer
ads-ertltea as follows: "Ilavlna exnarlencsd
a chanre ot heart through the bleiaed ariorta
cf Brother B. tnd Clxter a. I Ut:lra to ittta
to my numerous friends and patrons that at
the end of the current month I shall retire
from tbe accursed ll juor tru'dis forerer. Un
til that time my stock oa hand will ht
oRertd at greatly reduced rates. Come one.
Co n.e all!"
Ibe clou i that drinks l-e rivr
(JlrtM the ralu:
And tbe hrated lights that quiver
Oa the plain.
I'.t etid by ate throna;
Theu eotac the dew
Ho the trouble an 1 the ilhlai
lili tbo heatt;
Au i the dar or want aaJ crying,
heu wo part,
I'y aud by are tblOUg,
Aud then co inc. tae Jc.
-Samuel W. nji'iell.
On whichever side we look we had that
life la made up of little things. The little
lessons mat coae to ns every day prepare us
to meet great emergencies as they should be
met. It we control our temper when it ii
Irritated by come little things, we wt 1 retain
tbe rcestery over It on important occasions
when the nivlng way to it might causs life
long regret. Little trials borne patiently
teach r.s Low to besr grtat ones when they
come. Little acta of kindness or generosity
Initiate our hearts In the gr?at art or ajinz
good, and in a quiet, limited way, we can
experience all tLe happ'ness of thoss who
carry cut schemes cf benevolence.
' Auotbar Mttt.
ItisarJatter of history th.it Nero fiddled
while ltcme was burning, and It is no tritiing
thing at this late day to bare it discovered
that fiddles were not Invented until lon' af-
ttr Nero's time. Why cut not these inno
cent deluilcns be allowed to exist uadis-
Woman I.uvc Nature.
(Helen Williams, la Woauu's Worll
fSbow me a wo a.' a a whose heart not out
with the loving ardor for ever child, no
matter what its condition, that ahe feela for
her own, end I will show ycu a woman wuote
love LMnre ls warm enoag'i to banish la
chill cf the grae.
.7 u at Like ltova of (Hder (Irontli.
"Wbafa tbe matter?" called a mother.
turning to her little boy who "set up" a
"I want something."
"What do you want?"
"I have forgot what it D, an' tint's what
makes me cry."
i'uttlnz Ilia Foot in It.
I Harvard Lsiupoon.
MIsaDudd Do yoa think Miss lljeleaf
pretty, Mr. Holworthy
liolworthy (striving to say tumethlng com
plimentary ) Well, ehe has a veiy intellect
M'ss Budd O lie Mr. Hcl worthy, what a
conipllment to pay a youuc lady !
liolworthy 0, I wouldn t tay It of yoa.
A l'roveib and n I'oitaerlpt.
Miss Lucret a 1. Halo sends to Good
Housekeeping n nerr proverb made oat of
an o'd one "dililgently revised and Im
proved" like King James' version of the
D:l.e, and case: ' I am tempted to send yoa
a proverb of my own invention or rather
the enlarcement ot an old one to add to yoor
'mall Mia.' It Is one that has beea woikeJ
out by my own experience":
'A watched pot never Lo li bat an
nr w niched pet boils over. "
I I his proven) is eo goo l, so irui, o pit
that we pick it out frcm among onr "bits"
ai d ay it 0:1 our Table of Contents on a
I'Ato' by iteelf."
leim from Whttttcr.
hi the great my Urj which arotuid via 11c-.
'the wl-it 1 u luo, ihn I ol henven-lietiKd U
lf. The leat 0:1 the ttim 1
ird'o hant w hhla tLe shaiow l.tji
'll.e sIclcs wnere on hit gut-.- ol ptai'O
Mi.i.1 r:-j at ia-u
Iter picK-uf 0 lends 1! warmth and health
lo ail who eomo tc fore It.
If Mon.au le t ua l.dt-u, .-ucli
At sac ulouti rttorc 11.
Aiiiouj tho Hills,
Ali, weltl for us all ome nweet ho pi lies
1 eci)ly burled fioiu human c;o ;
Ati'l, hi the hcrr af cr, iidspIs may
Ho.l the Hone (rum ha tiavc awxy t
-M iud Mullcr.
VMely and well laid the eaiicrn b r 1 :
1 ear )s c.iy, but love ia hard
1 sy to Rlow with thu satitoii'a rase.
Aud waikon t he Meet an pi lit: 1m axe:
l ut he Is Rriutfd and lust wuo can
Worship Al'ah by living man,
Tickle ('ueeiia or I'm. til on Wilt Wear Their
SJuii llalr llrreaflrr.
Tbe fashions In hair dressing have not
c 1 1 need n.ateially from thoto of the winter.
The high colfiure is still tbe most popular
et.d becomlnr, especially to young facet.
ew ways ot twisting the coll are introduced.
The front hair ia curled Into little rlni.
at d tbe short hair at the r.eck is treated in
tie farce way. The hair Is first ombid to
tbf erown if the bead, where it la tied by a
sn all cord of the same color. The coil Ii di
vided Into two partr, each one forming a
palm-leaf pattern. For evenltiwr wear a all
ver pin or a diamond star placed in the colls
nds to their beauty.
Yery little false balr ia now worn. Ladtea
who Lave long thin hair crimp it over nlht,
and arc thns able to mako It appeir tsrice as
heavy. Crimping Is easy when tn hair ls
newly washed aud free from natural oil. It
Is brushed out in the mornlhg find thus gslni
tbogl atenlcg dry appeaiance 0 much
G jldtin brown hair is the fashionable tint,
and geld wash applied to light hair will tora
It to tile desired shade. These waihes are,
howevtr, very injurious, and destroy the
growth of the hair: besides, lta use is ao easi
ly dotetted. Dull brown, tandy, or mgase
colored hair may be brightened in tint by
washing dally In a strong solution ot wish
ing tod, leap, aud hot water. Ths balr
she tild be thoroughly bruihtd afterward to
pretcnt dryness of ths scalp.
Tilt. HULL It UN HUt T.
How the Onllant Hoya Cama Hark from
tha Flrat llattla or Slnaaa.
I Frcm Advance Sheet ol S 8. Cox's ' Thre? De
cades of Federal Legislation "J
With baud breath tho Congress awiHei
tbe bene. Ita baslsefs lazs. Its mem hers
gcisip in the iear cf the na's and la tbe
cloak rooms. At length despatches come.
Tbey are read at the Cierk'a desk. Then Hull
Hon cciiics it preceded by the Fickaway
tontractor'a cattle pn a stampede.. Then
come intelligent contraband and an lncon
arocrs array of wearied aoldlers in muddy
unifcrnia. What of tbe Senators and Kepre
eentatises? Chandle, iWade, FJchardson,
Lot ap, Gnrley, Morris and Itlddle return
lately. Lly la borne by bis resistless patrot-
ifiu, datkly and ftarfully afar. The Back
cavalry of the eremy carry hltu into Ulch
roor d. Li tby Prison receives him, and his
gKdces of heart and ample means enable
toini to aid hts fellow-prisoners. Mr. Kiddle
relates bow hie company had been charged
upon ty wild raiders of sable hones: "It
seemed," said he, in a deliberately penned
detcriptljn, "as it tbe very devil of pantft and
cowardice teized every mortal loldler.oilicer,
citlrsn and teamster. No olliser tried to rally
the loldltrv, or do anything, exceed to spring
and run toward Centervlile. Tbero never
was anything like It for causeless, sheer, ab
solute, absurd cowardice, or rather panic, on
this miserable earth betöre. Oil they went,
one acd all; oil' donn tho highway, over
screes fields towards the woods, anywbere.
evmwLtre, to esca;e Well, the farther
the; ran tbe more frightened they pre, and
alii ough we moved on as rapidly as wo
roold, the fugitives pansl ui
by scoies To enable then
bitter lo inn. they threw away their
b!i lets, knaprscks, raTtetns, acd flot ly
muiketa. cartridge-boxes and everything
else. We called to them, tried to tllthr
was r.o daegfr, called them to Hop, lav
plored them to eland. We called them CO V
ardw, denounced them In the most ot!aaiva
ttrrxs, pot oat oar heavy revolvers aud
threatened to shoot them, bit all In vain; a
Good lews to
Hoiisefurnishinff Establishment of
Of tho Yery Handsomost Designs aMJffl Ä
All tlio Newest Designs nnü Latest Pattern's.
The Celebrated Happy Ti(lius GASOLIN K STOVES ia any fiTimtily;
On Easy Weekly and Month iy Payments.
cruel, crazy, msias hopelcts panic pojjswd
them, and cummunlcated to everybody abjnt
In front and rear. The heat was awful, al
though now about six; tho men were ex
hausted, their mouths gaped, their lips
cracked and blackened with trn pander of
the cartridges tl-cy had bitten oil' i i the bit
t.'e, tbelr e a starting in frenir; no mortal
ever taw such mnj cf nhatiy wretrhs.
As e came on, boiho along with the tuai.
utab'o to go ahead or pu or draw out of
it, wiih the str-et blocked -with tl y In ? big-atr-wegoc9,
before t nd bihlnJ, thundering
ai 1 enMug on, vre were every noaient ox
ICMd to lrLiLlnent danger of bdlug uiet. or
en l ed, cr of breatlng down: and for tho
llrt t time on this attaoge day I felt a little
tit ling cf the heart and doubt whether we
co ld avoid destruction In the iaimenie
thxor jt about u; and ncthln- but tne re
rra knb'e skill of cur drlvt r and ths strength
of enr carriage and endurmce of cur horM
taved us. Another tonrce ot prll b-s-t m
As wo pissed llg poor, derxentd, exhanied
wretches, who could not cllaib into tbe
hif.b, c!oee bßfgege-wagori, they made fraa
tic r licit s to get on to and Into our carrlie.
TLey grasped It everywhere and got on to it.
Into it. over It and Implored ns everyway t
Uke tbera olT."
No more graphic p'ctur La since be!n
pMtented of ihe race ot th's army from a 1
.msglcery pursuit. Tho pencil of a Hivll
could not do it jmtlcf. Njco'o'scii
baimcnud for such a chaos. I i iln-y'a
llghttf a Trtir TiII.h" is far la 1 vera
cicna and cot, imrc Uli Illing.
Oce of the mrsl !ugnlar featnrfs lu the
icenery of th Terillory of Idaho li the 03
curie nee of dark, rnrky chasms, iuto wl jo
crcke acd riven suddenly disappear ai i r
et vir mere teen, '1 he ti-surcs are ol 1 liva
ehr Miels, prcducel by ihe out He of t:u
nets ccdirg atd forming a tub , wuici,
"Ln Ihe fiery s ream was exhaust i. ha
been left empty while the roof of tbe 1 47a
dr.ct, bavh g at lone p)int fellr, pm it
there the opeidrg Into which, t'n rlvr
plonsts ar.d Is lost. At on place alon th
deskcor-e rt t'w rivers appesrj guthlug
from a c!e t high up in basaltic wall, w ier
it leaps a cataract into the torrent bi w
here this stretm has its origin, or at what
point it is swallowed up Is. abioiately in
known, although It ls billeved that iti sour
cej are a long wsy np lu the north omlry.
Tbe old blind Instltct theory of bird an h!
t'ctnre arjeara to have iolte broken down
The prcofs are rxost convincing it ut blind
initluct hn very little to do with ths mit
ur. Blida at nearly as pstlble Imitate the
nests in which they eie reared, aud brin;
to H a work a nrtof rudimentary icdoii.
AeMr. CharUs Dixon saja. "man has to learn
tbe particular artof house building prac.icoi
by his own peculiar racs; birds have to do
1'ilcklf Ath Hitters Is Lot an intoxlcathr
beverage, but a pleaant, mild laxtlve and
fflcient Tonlo, acting directly on the Liver,
Kldrevr, Stonu.'iand Howe's.
Is no flatterer. Would you
make it tell a sweeter talc?
Magnolia lialm is the charm
er that' almost cheats Hi2
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lawn Tennis, Croquet, Hammock. Dj? Col. rs, Doj Biscuits, Mur.
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29 and 31 West Washington Street,
It will pay to soo our largo Now Islao or
Bedroom Sots. Wo havo a vory comploto lino
ofFrcsb, Now Goods, at prices that DEFY
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