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KSill V ' ' THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 27. 1892. j
HRm hiblthta bv the rrtti Publishing Company.
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L ' SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 27.
K SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE EVENING WORLD
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Wh ' rP.R MONTH ?.
tff I'liKYi.All J.60
Kle Vol.83 No. 11,330
Hv Ent.rad t th Pent Offlc tt Ntw Totk itcond.
Kv claee matter.
' ir-UBAKOii omcEtt
K- WORLD uriOWM OH1CE-H07 BsoAdwav,
K betwe.n Slit nd aid eta., Hew Tork
Bt Onl.tt HARLEM 0IHCE-H6TB 8T. AND
fi BROOKLVR-309 WAtHlSfl'OH ST.
g1 FHtLADkLFHIA, Pa.-Lhxixr BtilMio. 119
B HnCTn 6tu At. WANHINOTON-SIO 14th St
LONDON OFHCE-3'J CociiFin ST.. ThaVaL-
$ OAK HafASE.
nit 'Midsummer Growth.
& 1 :
Av "A. Comparison of the Alum
tki, . bcr t "Worlds" Printed
W$ tit five Julys.
K) ' TOTAL NUMBER OF
Bfi MONTH. "WORLDS" TRINTFD.
H' jy. ig84 2,314,113
Kb '-juiv, 1886 5.870.328
K 'July. 1888 8,427.731
Hft ;fuly 1890 9. 35. 200
Kj& July, 1892 11,779,529
L&( " The Record Per Day.
mmWtl, average number of
BB "WORLDS" FRINTED
ki MONTH. EACH DAY.
Hp July, 1884 74,648
Hf " July, 1886 189,365
Kf July. 1890 301,619
Hi- July, 1892 379,984
!$ TUB WORLD Mill not, under nnv cirevm-
BJ?A .tanrrt, hula Itself rest-onslblnfur the rrturn
Bvl" ' vr taft-lteplna of any lejerlett manunrliili
Kb j irplelurrt, of nlmtsorrtr tharactrr unalne,
Ksf '1A0 fzet ptlon will It made to thin rule with
Wij$? rtvara to either Mttrst or tnrlomres. Sur
pth " W "1" ettltur enter Into run enionth tar con-
& ctrnlng unavailable manuscripts.
Wl$ Evranlns; World Prints Asso-
Bfif' "lt(l Press News.
BBV 1 .
HpI L w IB m EMFL0Ttm T-
BBfivH Violence has tested t Bnffslo. Un
BBT aA order have preTslleil iu so far an thoy
BRf effect (he peace of the community nu)
Bftfc,the '' uroteotlou of properly. Thero in
BEv? opportunity now to coimtdcr another
Bflptt lisae of the general troublo which hai
BBp bwn preicnted tbroucb tcxtimouy before
BJe(' s he Stito Bosrd of Arbltratiou.'
BJt ('.' 1 1" charEed by men ho cro encased
BBW" 1" ,ue 'trikc. but nlio denouueo lhe riut-
BBt. iuij, that Iho Teu.Hour law an appliwl tu
BBrP' (be conduct of atesiii rnilunvs, waa Tio.
BBv, lete 1 by corKrations aunlnt which the
BBf alrlke s direotod. 'lhis in n lunttcr!
BR? vhloh lotereits tho public ovcu luoru
Vf- 1 Tllallytban it doea the rallnry la1 urcra.
BBj'tr ' To work employeea ou tho roads for audi
BKf&. oontlnnoui leneth of tlmo that thoy fill
BB pbyaically under the strain is to menace
BKL thelWesof paiaencora. Many time be-
BEI' tors now such evorwork and eucli falling
Bsr "T led directly to fatal accident! on the
BKS' ne charge made at Buffalo acniust the
HRO; railway companies must be fully imesti
Bn- Rtd. If it u true, the btups pru.nribul
Ik; ' ty Iw, ssalnat the corporation!, musflio
B";' promptly taken. In no respect ore 0111
BBp ployen any lesa bound by the statutes thtm
BHtij re tbeir employees.
H 1001 DAILY TO THE FBUIT BTANDB.
afe'' Under tlie personal dlroctlon of Dr.
KikS Bun, of the food inspection depart-
Wjttt' meut, s raid was mado yesterday on muuy
BKft , fruit stands iu the cast aide districts and
m s large quantity of decajod and uuripo
MWy' fruit was seized. Undoubtedly the
Bj&h M ecliieTtd a good result fur thn
time. Thore ii the possibility of
BJjp;- J're mischief in eerj unlit pear,
BJp jxach, apple or other fruit hold at iuiv (
Bf I' stand or store. To prcTont tho bale of such
K& , wares is a duty of tho health officers at
Bf& anytime, and is just now in lhienith the
Bj& sirlct precautionary measures boiuu tnken
mmty sB(unit cholera isitatiou.
Wp But, to be thoroughly effective, such
BE' inspection as was made yesterday should
Mm be made daily. Visits once a week eren
At would not be enouch to insure jierfcct
H(','y- results. There should be no opportunity 1
h,' for dealers to dltposo " between times"
. ot their unhealthy stock, 1
HPIi OBINAMEH BEFORE THE CAMERA.
Eft. It the law requirinc tne photographing
BDV ' Ohinamen was passed because China.
BJ'', ien look so much alike that it Is next to
BEx Impossible to tell them apart, then there
A can be no hope that the measure will add
BR1- anything to the art resources of
j this country. Were it not that the
mmhif QoTernment wants a soureulr of.eery
BE?i slantyed son of CoNrucics within its bor-
K dl in the shape of a cabinet photo of
BJLb n,m- one Bowery achieement in the
photographic line would suffice for all.
Kfc II eoT,11 ba pwsed from baud to hand
K, until the final Chinaman was retched,
K when it might be filed awaj for future use
BKs!r Incase therr as au further photographic
BKh worriment of the heatben.
Hh As it is, theru caunot be much Nark t
BBV? ' to tho Mongolian rogues' gallery which
Bit'. wonro to hate in Washington, 'iho auto.
BpJcraphawill differ, but thn bame bland sndb
kif d orif orm innocence will characteiie
p40 Picture, and you might as well try to
IndiridusllM thsir pigtails or parse a red.
slip sentence In laundry literature as to
say of your own knowledge and belief
from their counterfeit presentment which
is lloch Bine and which is Won Lung.
And what difference docs it make to any
body buy how ?
H'LEOD OH THE BEADIKO BITOATION,
" This cannot have tho effect of chaug.
'ng or disarranging 9ur traffic arrange
ments in any w.ty. 'Iho'ii arrangements
are so otnlously adtantagoous to both
parties that neither could afford to inter
rupt cr chango them. Tho Phila
delphia and Heading Coal and Iron Com
pany will continuo in tho future itx binr
nesi of putting its coal on tho uiarkots at
as fair prices as it (s nble to secure. "
This is part of tho comment of Presi
dent Mcliioi) ou Chancellor MUiiu.'n
derision against the Heading combine. It
will be noticed that there is a lack of ref
erenco to auy arrangements " ohionsly
adrautsgeous" to tho public or to prices
for coal as fair as the pcop'e can si cure.
But these things will come.
The point has been readied where, to
the outside public, such recurring Morics
as that of the buried miners iu Wnlis loso
their immedlato suggestion of hor
ror. But to tho wives and ihlldrcn ami
friends who aro bereft every time ono of
theso underground tragedies occurs thero
is just as fresh and poiguant and anful a
grief as if tho sauio thing hail not so
many times fallen to tho lot of others.
It is unfortunate that there should be
that story of blackmail 011 the police bo it.
Patrol to recall iu connection with Capt.
CAnrrxTEn'H application for retirement.
The Captain is smoug the moht genial of
men anil has done more than ientj
years of good service on the force.
Ken poor Yorick'a skull never did
such ghastly service as the crauiums of
tho murdered Pokdenh will have per
formed if thoy aid In establishing the
Fall lliver police theory ol a daughter's
Chicago's beer war U ended and prices
will go up to the old figure, lint in a
city where tlm driuktug.water needs dibit,
iug before taking, tho malt product will
doubtless remain still the cheapest bever
Nearly a generation has passed aa
since President Johnson started out on
the famous tour which was iminortulued
under the titlo of "Hwingiu' Hound the
The health officers inspecting tie pear
and appln stands for decayed stock are
literally carrying out tho old adage: ' ' lly
their fruits ye shall kuuw them."
Knr.ninKK Uaxioiih will not Miecoed
in convincing anybody that his jump
from High Bridge was meant lor a leap
into fame rather thau into etcruitj.
Hcvolt is unsccmlr iu the Hnlvation
ArniT. 'iho war not a should remember
that old chrrch h) 11111: " We aro not
dhldud, all one army wu."
The injunction against the Heading
Couibinodoes nut souui to hato any effect
iu preventing tho Coiubiuo from putting
up tho price of coal.
Ilia Auucxid District people still have
the courts, though the Mayor and Alder
men havo failed them. Fight tho trolley
That cleanliness which is next to podli
iicMt will stand ovoii nearer tho top of the
list among provcut.vcH or a cholera
I 'I bo Wilkrsburri' married man who has
eloped with 11 milliner dimbtlc hs gut his
inspiration lioiuabill fur his wifu'b new
London appears to lmo cxUndod au
invitaliou tu the chuleru tu pa) a visit
1 and these imitations urn alwajs acitptud.
Chicago takes to a now steam motor for
its North Side. Niirfa 0 la luuy rathei lhau
iiitruducu lliu trollcj to its htreo s.
Nobcdv wants the cholera, jet I be
health olllcials will I o 011 tho l.oen jump
to lutato it, it it comc'h.
Fnlkl iachting oiciileiils am uiakiug a
fair place lur tliemsehi's 111 tl.u list of
A great muuy lutn will find tn.da that
they havo bought wiong fmuiebouthu
Unca, lo I tor.
HlH'l 1 hJ a lieuil 11 1id ii.Ja), .uiU I lead
a lot ut your old letters,
(ledge Dili tliej 1 lire tlin pain
Hhel llu illd; I aluu)- Hint relict 111
Tho Uelnln of Meaimess.
1 Tr 111 Til nl '
" Well, It Hat ain't u 1 an !' eclilnnJ the
prisoner "hei) one n' Die Moms In ills
paper lliej've Llmiiie to re 1 1 ! -tulio con
Unucd ' An' me to tu- linn; u -t u. 1 v 1'
rm Irutn 1
Mrs. .Swaytiack-Wbat is mcint b) iuj
phrase " Tho church rutin nil ' .
Swaybaek I siippcbo It lna bciue rrfircncc
to the cauoni , U011 1 j ou t
Rather Hard on Hlmsolf.
Iran 1,1 Hit.
Saia the lecturer: " llie roaas up theso
muuolalus are too sti ep anil rock) lur ceu a ;
donki) toclluib; tin rulon-1 Old not attempt
Eut That's Another Story.
lr tin ISf llotlnn I'nNMir I
Voice from the Attic Mrs. hUnnirl Mrs
Voice from the liticnunt Well, Mr. eve
pay, what's tho iniiiter now
"Hold Ratio tlilt momligtoput somooli
In my lamp, and the noier illd it, and now It's
gone out. Thtj is lue third tlmo It's hap
"Well, I thought iou likcu Mr. Klrllog's
"What, tn heaien's name, have Mr. Mil
ling h stories got tndn wlih my lanip: '
' W lij , th it b ' Tho I Iglit 'lhal full' if"
At a Voatry Meeting.
lttm Tul H 1. 1
flu l lulrinali - Tin 'hali TWII nul dispute
tho point mm Mr. Cartel.
Mr. cam r -Tln-chalr had rslter nut mi.
less hs takes his cost un.
Tho Chair illd not.
1 was much amused last evening by a dia
logue I chanced to overhear on tho Warren
sti cct station platform of tbo Ninth aveuue
Hcvatcd ltallroad. The speakers were two
young women. "This talk about mon giving
up their seals In crowded cars logins Just
because the) aroprett) Is all IxjaIi," said one.
11 I'm hot a bit good-looking, and I know II,
but I've had seats orrored lo mo whcnibere
nerohslf o docn prettier women standing
up In the siinc aisle. It's all In knowing how
in play upon the s) mpathles ol the men." ' I
wish lo goodn-ss youd let mo Into tho st
I tret, thcn,"sld the other, wcnrll), "lor I
litre had to stand up nn tn train nliiht afti r
night " "III do It," laid thr other. " Viu
Just uatcli mi."
I The train tuns along and lhy were inept
with the stream of liumimltv Into a ear In
, which there w is hardly ilbnw room I mtn-
. agci logct In Just txumdlhoni so as lo make
a inenltl nolo of tho iirncenllns. When
j fairly In the i at tin- girl who had ilrst spoken
lie ttrtel a pindlglous bljh, rolled up hi r c)es,
pressed one,h in J lo her bosom an J staggered
so that I thutiuhl slio was about to fall In a
1 faint, and 1 ItiToiiintiirll) put u it my hands to
I utili her. bhc rtnnnlcd me with a bmlle
'that heemol Inrtpresslbly mi. '1 wo inci
who wllui'ssid tho pcr.oiinanco sprang to
their feet and lu.i Ic a tendir (f their teals.
Ilcyoung woman gave each tho samo sid
' nrt nf pmlle she had bestowed upon inc. and
dropped Intonnc of tho sials, nhllo her coin
panlon took tho other. "M),bul It works
llko a charm," t heard .So. U whispir In n tono
uf admiration ns I turned away to hide a
K" . . .
Horace .1. colvlu, No ln?lind I'tssenger
gcnt of thu ( uiuilliu I'aclttc ltallroad. Is a
ireijui nt vl.ltor In I his i IU, .mil few rallrotd
men h ivu mon frletils Iu thu Iraternttv.
the OAJiiioN rusr.
In.m Til' Virnlul't ttirl.l
Thu AVcsiern Ciiiiipulii rimil jester
iluj pascil the 920,000 murk by more
than half n tlinusniitl. Tho total to last ,
nlj;ht was 20,510 IS'mrly out- hun
ilrcil Detnoi mill1 newsptipers nro now I
iti-opi rating lit the gnoil.tttirk, ami Its
stict'Cbs si'fiiih iimintl. Tlii! Wuslcrn
I)i in oi. nils inept (lit- help w ith contribu
tions, the Kiistern Doinocriits tip prove,
the Soulhirii l)( iiioi nits ttpplaml, uiitl ti
vigorous iiiitlonnl i nitipiiln will be tho
risiilt if till glvti who .tic Interested ami
nble. llittt iimi lifljtetl thr nivtr f
(trlntl1n ay tint k ItLurlnx mtn iturhig Uaj1.
work lumtimrM f.e ouuinri r niuicnltr tl.iu.
fieri .rt Hp.nr.r, tba iitnlo.otili.r, I. ..Id to h
mail ot .Ingulf, r ninita.t), '-with ai.ntl. roicw And
lrno.l f.mliilnn gt.-e." I
hartti llernhanlt t. fnrty..iKhl jr.ara old Mie
kaa ihrl.lennd "Itoaliip " but , liatigiil bar namo
to rlarall lor a t.ation known only to hi melt I
7iti a Is aal I t j I aheve that ttit lima in not far dm- '
tan! 1 an 1 tame wt I again tako up arm. agaln.t
An an aiampla nf thn amount of cold In th
world, tho mine, of New calami liara alone pro
dui.ed 2MI,IIH U00 worth of lln priilou. motal
Sontr to thn c ovor.
Oh. a aong to the clover,
I bat awrrl r d iiivrr
Willi h lb Le u not liter
llieit tlilr. tu slay.
In a-hoio depth the alir plorrr
III a I., iimi er.
V, burd inal 1 n and Infer
And inllurrn atra)
Ob, the nool fragrai t plaiea
httaao wltll thfrui el
v I the Ilia and nliLe faiaa
llreatnl-vt I .iiuiim,
Wllera ttie.oduuy Mludracra,
I.Milen with train.
Uf a ,e,it over apatea
Of i lver It nwm
vfrf.l. IninuiH t Mtintit In Veil Oiitii, llm.l.
lieu of, ut
New I i gland maid, are chillier,
1 In, hi itueiti la aim tav.tiir,
I I llano uial l ne nlilir
I Iinii glna ot i alliiivuia
li II ,.,.r i V.u. rllfi.
I A IIpbhI o Burden.
, she cj , rt n I km iv Iren, Ii, anl ehw ilnln t know
An i a lie minder I ott In an liimi uilui)
IV Itn a wt.l little III. ii i lull in n i f a it lame
VVhy iiiuller via ' unlit,' a, tho trenail
l HI) HI,)
hut iihii I iliigh the I lotich ruril iltat ne ta .tie
Anl wan almkelal the tmii ei a , f pi or wo ne,,
Alit he think, now ehe knnwa what the trlta
la g a felnejlit
In i e uiioi ig a uutlirr a tn.lely a mare
(Air.. Mi ,
A Summer Wooing.
The wind went wo I ig thf r ae,
1 ir Ilia ton a. tali
Hnw tl e lo ig i mIii I woo, whokliuwe
I it l ii lefi lur tlicrr.
tar awa tloni mr pm I, he llnia,
l.od th fire rt li I i are
- inf. r h iinV'.r t, i, ft ta
SHOE OF QUEEN ANN'S DAY.
round In an Old Ilottao, Recently
Torn Down nt Nowburi rort.
Aiui'.titih hi i o has bun found in nn
old houso Itult in IsTIi at .i vl iu) port,
Miisb , anil whit It vv.is iituitlv ilomolishul,
I sitvb mi i xiLmge I be tipi or Is uf ctlf.
skin mid tlusi'l with wax t lire tul. 'Iho
rolo and beid an ol one pieie nnd imtilti
'llu tipper is fastened to thu solo with
I'oliimoli talks, the ulgu uf the solo being
lli"ltind tlie IIihKihss uf tho upper
Itntliei li luu ivu 11. a, Airuss tbo too tho
tacks nlu liln-s
tin Ibe ttiidiir edge uf the solo is n baud
u iruit liken lioroc slo ch unit lied to
iteuive tho mills
I hu sin e Is fasti nul in im mm clasp,
whuli iu lis I'ny wir loiniwhat trim-
PURE NICKEL CURRENCY.
Auatro-l.in.Ttir '. Iteoly to Adopt
It In tho Ntnr Futuro.
'lbo ' it .!' thinks it piobahlo that
tho Mistui-Huugtriitit (luveiutiieut will
adopt purn lili'ki I foi itseurieiic). '
'llu iilluMd t mil getiiiall) used, con.
tainiug mil) J i pi i cent, of tuckil com
bined with 75 pir cent, of (upper, pus-1
si Mil h, it is cuiihidirid, numerous dind
vnllllies. wlulothu liivurablo pom Is of j
the pure utekol pitio tiro that notwith
standing its liiirditiss, it nut easily bo
cumed that it litis tho ipuility of extra-'
onliiitry durnbiiiti, loss b) wear and
teitr being ruliiced to a minimum; that
it is priherved i lean in circulation, ami
that no oxidiatiuu wurth lueutlouiug
A C ntr Worth t!avl-cr.
l., I fiirl,
Van Milter I calHd on a girl the other
night, and sat daw n on a chair Hut luimcdl
atel) began plajing a tunc
llirbbtrl) nu uoj t sav ' Watt was the
an Kkir Home, sweet home
Tho Dog Understood Hl-cyc-lp. I
It nin I i.l Wri 1 .
llli)ellsi tcj lit n ' Whv illd) ou sick that
ilog on in, .- I
Had Hoy I dldn I sick Im !
" vvittt tlld)ouilo '
"I Jus" p mini lo vour luai hlno an' sald:
'llr-ivi-lel 111 . j. -Ic o ho'dkliow Viltat ut
, blcyilo K"
$238,18 MORE TO-DAY
" -' m i-
Now Thero Is $13,485.44 in tho
Sick Babies' Fund
The Good Work of One Little Long
I'Vt'i nml Kntertulniueuts That
Yielded Valuable Results.
All Inter remaining! winner far !!
Hlrli Itnlit Fund etinuld be aitilrrssrit tn
Ibe (ashler nt Ihe 'korla Werld,
Ilosailona of clothing, tfcr.. ah on Id be
arnt t )ln, Ueberla. 3 IT Mest I rl
Pre.lonalf iettnowladgal 13.JI" It
I Mr. A.lela Dunuell, Pearnll. I. I..,. H3 10
liarn Theatre, N. A.bury Park .'U."i
A V. Je.iuran, Montlcello, N. Y -'V 00
I Pertha Hamuli., (loihen, N. Y VII to
I Mr.. .1 II. Klrkl.nd if. 01)
I UlratLltertf. N Y WOO
FourMttaMaldam, KrnoVlyn ... til 0
j UnelluiidreiUndnlitMulhHtr.etFalr ' SO
! Ida lllnok and fcadle Kert.r t 30
r. PHI" r to
.ler.ey City Fair ''
Two Solinolboya U-Ko
lle.era llouaa, Attarna-bf-tlie-Sea. ... !1 TO
Katie Hohaedl.r, ll.rtha Notinann '!'
Mnilllon atrnurj party -' Oil
I dltlt t'owell. tiallle bledgrf 'i HO
Four South Hirer girl ""
Fonrr.iniaic (N.J.) girl 1 at
OIU. V. I' , llrooklyn 1 "0
.Inhii Jata.a Klaher Lie
II M 1 UH
' ltlchaldau.ll lor. in a 1.00
Hilly, Jack and Tommy .01
What ono llttlo woman can tlo Is shown I
here pretty plainly. A buininer-nlgbl enter-1
talnmcutat 1'iai stills, I- I., trhlih look place
on Aug UO and added J " to Iho Mik
llables' I und, w as arrauged uud managed en.
lltel) by Mrs. AtlclH Diiimcll, of 1 nsl Hncka
way, I.. I. Hbo caiivnasid tho biirrountllng
villages and gathtietl nn audience whMi In
numlier uud iliganco surpassed nn) thing
that b is been known tn th.it loiaht).
Mrs liunnill not ottl) look upon hirst It nP
thu tint lei (f a uiantigir, Liu added to hir
llnanilellng her "ervkis ns an aitlst. llei
lecltallons were tho liatuio ot iho ivmtng
and elicited iisci veil rectus
Mr. uptl Mrs. John l'lnlasun and Miss
Flnrenco imnncll hilped aici ptabl) to till un
hour's programme, assisted by tin1 klud-
1 hitrtod portion ot the Itockvlllolentro Hind,
wlioro tniialc, untlcr tho Icaacrshlp ot Ml
Alvord, was CMillcnl. An orihistrt iiavlng
tnllrtl In llsprouilio lo piovlilu intiblc forth1'
(Inning, which look plniu iroiu n lo li;
Mcsst . Hill, lntnllx, l mils nml Mjcis vc.
1 tiiiltend tin Ir tennis, und tbut lose of i,
cm li lug was us brllllaul its Its opining
Mist Diniliill 1. 1. u i) nil) iIH.iiimiI Of lc
flowirH whlih had titeuilon ni il tiv Dr. teal)
nl I'lwriulls, nail Mnstii WhittUt, vipii ),,s'
Ifilciul Musiti l Nliir. hold "In l,i tlu puur und
lie eel j ' Ictiiiiiiudu. Waltn Jiiiio, or itoik..
villi) i eii in, gjvu t tin Use of I Im 1 )ioiim
Among tho pioiuluinl luiliuuh eru Mr'
I', v, vi)irsaniiiliiui,hii r; mi. anil Mrn I. r
lloseiifiiu anil Mint His-lo Win,, tn Itock
awtt) lleach lir 'irlsivalil and t nl. I. ,t. tiar
nett, of Suvv i ! K, Hi. White nntl lamllv
nr.d Ml. and Vlrs Niliuauti, or 1'iarsmls
Mi . Jtrrettniid viis lilottiie , of hast llucit
iii) uy, ami Mrs. Miiciut.of Itnekvtlle imtre.
.Mix. liunmll nrfuis her schicji to any
iliulllacle benifll tsanclter.
Tee Money Divided.
ye rl Tilller
A an entertainment given at lonj llratch
for tut Nick H.tllib' Hind anil llib-tw Nini
luiliiin, iht'Miui i f lh.".1 was rutlled c
tuki pit asure In Im lo-lhg li l.i
llKKTIUM ltlllllSfKIS, I. ItllhrMltlM,
ItlV VitlMI ItllTIIRlrIN, I It-VFM,
Hllll' lltllK, I. SHIIMAS.
Llllle nnd Ll7'le.
Tf. tit riliiir
Woscud vou lieievlth tio isn cunlilhu
II in In tint Mt k llauiis' I'lind I his niiiuuiii
Islhu rcMllmtii tlr lit Id last WtdnestU) ut
ItlNWest Miiilv-stniiitn st ret I. Mini) ot
llu pull) kuhkkn nus buhl hhu in t Iu ana
ih. limed li) lllll glrlH H hosi-biinp i hlei hail
bt eu aioused li) iho n nrles tu tl In I iik I v r
isu Won ii abiiiit i hu hitnciliig ihllilunot
lids ill). I li dollars is not u gn at aitui. Ijiic
wei.iintBtlv hope li will hcl.i tu rillovullto
distress ot lliu pinir little tois
1 17tK llrvtvif t,
1T.1 Wist Mnii)-v vi in h Mteet.
Into I mm) n i,
IT.' West M'iit)-.iveiithbtieil.
AU Unci or Flftoen.
An i ntortatnment was glvon on Monda),
Aul. !'.', at thu 1 '.ulllon llnlel, lur Hocu
wiD.uudSlu .'." tiulUtU. thiuuglt tho c nuns
of the uuuiiblytHd, all uii'Jii lluca )iarsut
it go :
1 ItAM'UMiKiM, .Ioskiii Dnnnsu,
ikiiMA VrliAVirr, Mazia Hon iimi,
illSNIK MlllVVITl, KniK I) in IIMI,
htllkSF UlkllMN, MAVIIK MllltllVIAS.
1 at Ituckunii).
Mabol uid Grnc e
In lip 1,1 tor
lmlosid please Mud .to cmts ror the sick
ImLleh' Hind, the proceeds ot a Miuill talr
held at '', liaise) strtet, HruoMjn, b) M ibel,
Itoso and liraelo I uller.
Menu and (.iiud.
I Myra'a Penntee.
Ihiluscd please Unci moue order for 1, the
Muoimi baved I) M)ra Harmon, need tlvo
)uirs, tjlio has savid hit mules im two
men I lis.
Two Llttlo Sympathiser.
I " tl F lltnr
I Wesre tno little girls igidcltun. Wo
h)inputile so much with tho poor bibles we
i thought we would tn nnd nild a mile to
I I hell tilit, mi wo held asiutll lair andsMid
1 1. 1 Im prom da. W u w Mi it had 1 1 1 n mon.
Ilarltui 1 usna and viismi-.
Eight Woodbourno UliU.
r I' litit r I
We hortwlth Inclose a check for .l,'0, tbo
proceeds of an intertalnuunt glvut b) tho
children of the Mtrrltt House, at Wood,
tiourne. Please divute the batiio to tho Mck
1-ITA MlllKITT, MAMIK VlAllklY.
MAIIIL III S1K1, fllllllt IllMfkt.
l.uTTir MkvLH, Monica MtHKkv,
hUSIK KfllNASr, t.ll I'AIIST.
Bntlie SncrltlO'jd Hor Zither.
To tilt rllior
radlo Tuc'.ci, ot SUO t-outb Second street,
Williamsburg, Is a prttt) llttlo hlrl, uluu
ear old and a It rvtnl intti Irer ol l ur hvgs
isiiWoKtn W inn short ad In tin Mivisti
WoKinot thobtiriirlngao. tho labits whoil
parents are too tot tn take Hi mlotm
lOun'D.sUedcluuiliied lo Inlp the fund or
ganoid In the, i icf.ilf ouiuf lur hleudei
slotvut pcckn niuiii) bin ha I tickets pi lined
olteilugastbu pure I r a ratllo her iholiest,
po-si sston-a pn it) li trp liher. The rami
was brought on" list idglit nnd tho Incloted
in ore tho prociois i f the bU.eot tlckrts
.Vlbs'liicktr was vcr) fond of hir rlthcr. but
Is it conelled In Its o, by tho thouglits of tho
1,0cm iLumoLt) "III do the sick b.tllts.
Three Qlrle, of Brooklj n.
t i i uititi
Inilusi i pic iso llnd ,'(! for the Mck Hiblcs
I und. thu proin ilt ot nn inteitaluincut uud
filrglvtnb) tnieo little girls, t tara (illlis
ptc, hlta rcok and t assle lohnson, assisted i
by their trleutis, and held at il': Iiuuglat
ilrcct, PriHikljiu j
LOST LIMBS THUT GIVE HU.
Explanation of tho Funny-Bone
and Other Sensations.
An Anatomist's Theory of Host
Peculiar I'll) Biological Mystery.
" How oftcu have wo heard a legless or
tin armless man say, us he pointed down
tu his stump, that ho lottld ftol that foot
which ho lot twenty veurs ago just as
plaiiil) us though it vvero thero now,"
said ntt an itomifit to n Washington Star
"') lie mini told you the tmthJu Spite
of thu burning ubsuidlty of tho claim. It
uiisi'bin this wu) : If thatp.trtof a divided
nervo which is btitl coumctcu with tho
brain bo stimulatiil, tho bame sentatiou is
perceivt d ns if the stimulus were applied
tu nil parts in which thu brauchtKof that
nerve were distributed before they were
cut off, Hvirvbod) bus a perfoct illus.
niliuu uf this Htruugo actiuu in that
'funny-bone' sensation which wo ull
have felt when a particular stroke ou our
ilbuvv is given.
I "'lhat tptier tingling pain which such
a blow produces, aud which appears to
have its seat iu tho luuer forearm and
baud nml in tho llttlo and ring tlugcrs, is
I owing to the tiiiimenls of tho ulnar nerve
'(which posses behind the elbow) being
distributed to Ihoie parts and to the sen
Hitioubeiug always riferrcd tu tbo out.
side teriniuatiuu of Unit filament, no
, matter where it mav bo irritated,
"N'uvv, it is. of lourse, impossible to
I experiment upon a siugle nervous fila
ment, list tho acoiirauv with which the
imagined seat of sensation produced by
i (minting a bundlu of llliiineuts accords
with their distribution leaves no doubt of
, thu iieciiruey of tho following odd truths :
I "1 ho ninrer to the brain that tho stimu
lus or irtitnlioii Is applied the more ex.
, tended ir the bodily sensation : hence, in
' dlseusos ot the spinal conl pain is often
felt in all tho parts supplied with nerves
coming off from tho cord below tho dis
eased portion, and tho pain of dividing a
nerve Is felt overall the parts of which
its branches an distributed. MUls is the
circumstance which gives rise to all tho
appaicutly tpicir ideas winch our friends
who hnvo lust a limb entertain as to their
still possessing it.
"Oftuu so strong is this delusion that
thoy will insist ou seeing or touching the
vat ant span1 bifuro being satisfied that it
Is a incro laucv of their own. For exam
ple, tho constant civ of n patient who has
just hit I Ins leg eut oil, and whllu tho
doctors aro dressing tho stump above the
l.nio ' Stop hiptiezing uy kneel' 'You
lull t my toes!1 und tho llko.
'"J he reason is that when these filaments
of his ucrvia iu his stump which are des
tined fur thu ktteo or thu foot below are
touched in dressing the amputation, the
kuio itself or tho foot is apparently
sovenlv handled to tho mind of tbo
patient, and ho suffers in that firm sensa
tion So deceptive tiro theso sensations
tbut) ears nnd veins after 4ho lobs of a
limb, uud ovou lor tun rust of their liven,
nit it ut i nsinuHiy endeavor to perform
soniu net wlih tho stump whith they wero
tu t itstiiuii d to ilu with thut part of their
b nl which they lost.
" Wo don't luivo lo Into an arm or a leg
to know somothiug of this o Id delusion,
lur vve all havo felt the stingiuj' sensation
of a foot being nhleep when tho Isi'hiatia
ntrvo has bteu prthbid upon, uud much
I uf that peculiar pain called tic dolouroux
is duo tu tho trunk of sumo nerve being
diseased, and tbo n'li is roferred to all
thn pntb to vvhttli its filumiuts are distri
buted. " All men nnd annuals that are well fed
anil slu ltote.il nine tho same perfeot, dell-
Icntn notvous uignutiitiuu, ami tho uor-
I vnus foreo is meielv e-orrtlativo with the
i forces ougngiil in thu nutrition of tho
bo tv. Wu laid light iiinl hunt necessary
tu tt i) production uf thoso materials from
wlm li tho iic'ivous rivMoiu is formed.
'I lies, nro correlative with thu chemical
forces brought luto actlou iu tunning the
t mpo mils of our fuotl, such as sugnr,
" bin wo do not ptoperly nsHimllato
our food and from thuitleclH of sudden
ulioi Its, then vvn pass into that condition
I known tis nervous proetriitiou, uud thu
nrostnitiuu is complete, indeed, theu we
liavi sundry mot nul cuuditious known as
h.vilrophnliia, teliinii-, epilepsy and h)s
torin, whieh seem tu hu utterly beyond
tho puvvei of nun having the strongest
v ills to overcome ur Kiippress
" While, therefore, wo know all about
the nervos, ilclieato und complex ns this
nmcliiiury is. jet it is equally true thut
wndoiiut kuow nit) thing vet of tho will
that animates thorn. We cannot get bold
of it tn nnalwu it. aud tlie more vve at
lempl to dctinu it, to loctte it, tho moro
insigiiihiuut to us tho sum of all our
understanding of ourselves."
SAVED BY A HOG.
Luoty Ecnpe of a Unlan Picket
Chated by Confedaratoa.
A Hhudo Island sold'er, while on picket
guard, was rttbhed upon by it party of
Cotttitdertte cuvulr). llu fired at tho
foremost of thtm and rati. Before him
was nn up mi hold about lifiy rods atrovs,
boun did bv an old lug fince, aud bevoutl
that a tin ket uf briers mid underbrush.
For this bushy rctieat tho i-oldier started,
it U I f d izen horsemen atler him.
. 1 urlu intelv fur the fugitive the raius
bad holtuiietl tho soil, aud tho horses
I Mumped tluuugli tho tint mi baill) that
I pursuit was slow. A pistol ball passed
llinuili the ru.iuer'h hat, but ho reached
tho fence, nml tith ono bound landed on
lop, intending tu givtn long spring nboad,
but the i d ti net crumbled beueath his
weight anil down ho went.
Hut luck Invorcd linn again, for a hog
h id loo,, d out n uutli r ut this place, aud
. ut thu inutni ut was Iviugililt. 'I bo sol
di! r fell plump into the hole, and thu
Iriglittuid hog uttered imi niuinl ami
si'impi led into tho underbrush, leaving
thu ut vv omer in posessiuu of the wallow
an t buried luidtnieulti tho debris of Iho
leine iniiiiitu muro and up dashed the
hoiMiinnu. lleanug thu rustle of tho
tlcemg hog in tho bushes thv supposed
it to be the picket, sr. tho Youth' Cum.
jt no)., aud dushid through tho gap iu
tho fento ami liastuno I ou. When the v
wurti well out of sight the fugitive
einule 1 out of tho mud. nolo and ran back
'I ho following day ono of the saino
hoist men wos taken prisoner. Ourht.ro
rtcugiiiztd him at unco
" I My," Im asked, "did )uu catch that
hog vi'sttrday .-"
" Wu did tint," retorted tho prisoner;
"but it wasn't thooLo wo were after."
MEANING IN A NAME.
Conceit of a Toot in Announcing tho
Ituln iv Wouinn Wrought.
If the I amo implies or ran bo made to
implv auv thing bad, it is instantly laid
hold of as expressing the veryttulh about
linn, bavs Archbishop French. You l.uovv
thoMorvof Helen of (ireecc.whom in two
of l.ismighiv lines "Marlowe's Faust " so
Is this tho laio tint Hunched a thousand
Ana oui lied the to.ilcss timer ol lllums
It is uu frigid conceit of tho Greek poet,
when one passionately denouncing tho
ruin vvhuh sho wrought, finds that ruin
rcurbid and furc-auiiouiiii din her name,
ns in F.ugland it might be, aud has been,
Hell la her name aud hcaveu Iu her looks.
yadiiViBiirfiatf il'fr' MT ft ml 'iT'ft'fcSfi
p A Seasop of. Sashes.
Bashes of eviry tliscrlpllon, In bolt, rich
tonit and faint, cloudy tints, uie twisted
alxiit tho waist with ainrcli'si puil behind,
or bound tight!) ncross the hlH and knotted
nt one slue ordinal) In limit. Mali) of Hie
I vciy delicate basins aie tccurid like Swps
' girdles and, passing under the arms, aro car
tied high up In thotcntroof tho back, wheie
0 huge spread bow gives the llnlshlog touch
to this original design.
One of Worth b most dashing costumes la
some odd, gold-threadetl Oriental fabric Is
furnish d with a piquant sash drapery Iu
I warm red, olive and golden shades, whlih
starts at tbo arm-holes, crosses on tho bust.
Is curiously wound around the figure and Is
I finally bt ought forward from the hips, wlirre
it is effectively looped in the Ueopatra mode,
the fringed edgo fulling almost to the foot o t
Another rtrlslan fancy plants a lingo bow
upon the bust, the ends of which, alter wlud-
llng twice about the waist, cross behind and
( take a forward and downward course to the
foot of the skirt In front, where the) ilnlsh in
another big bow.
1 8CND1T. Aca. 28 S
f Tompota of rear.. (
JVIooldel harina. Cream.)
(, 1 amb Ohop ' sliced Tomatoes. (
Brown bread loft).. )
t PINSgR I
, ( Cream of torn Soup (
Young Dock. rew Turnip..)
v naked loraatoea I.
(Chicken Croiiuetlni Peaa
) Lettuce Salad.
( Wafara Cheeie. (
) Ice-f ream )
i C'offea. I
) surrxn. S
bardlnta. Ham Sandwlchea.)
S fruit. Cakea, t
t,,-t"iew."' -, wi"'h.,w iwi' . s. J
Kansas Oirls ai Home.
If the mothers of the gli Is vv ho wear glasses
could get together and compare notes, they
would probabl) dbcovir that for some reason
It hurts their daughters' tjia grcatdeal
moio to sow llvo minutes than to read an
An Atchison young woman uses wr'tlug
paper with " Stand bp for Kanbas" tngravid
In ono corner ns hor motto.
o girl vv ho w cars suspenders should scuam
when a bug gets on her.
onl) seven girls In Alihln'on succumted to
tho Hitspendci stjlc. Hurrah. Mch ton
A Real Gypsy Queen.
yuccu Mberla, absnlulo rulei of s.uou gyp
sies, Is ivvint-ilsht years old, with bold and
striking inlen. Her hall Is rtven black,
aiorucd with mail) ornaments; her features
regular, eyes bright, teeth as vviuto as snow.
Her country seat at Oxtord-hlre, tngland. Is
as good as money tan command tier H.oon
subjects each pa) her t7 ) earl). Hir mnther,
the old tjueen Britannia, died near Ivonurk,
Is. J About two ) ears tgo
Chairman Carter's Wife.
Mrs. Thomas II. rirter, tbo wlfo ot the
Chairman of the republican National rom
mlttee, was a Misi 1 lieu llllltu Oalen, tho
daughter o( Hugh 1. Oalen, of Iho i rm of
1 nomas II. I'ouir Aco . h.inluuro iiurchants.
hhu was born In Iho vlclnll) of Puget t-ouud,
' and most of her llfo previous lonnd sli.ee hor
marrltge has been spent In licit nt, Mm. K
was theio thtt bho tlrst met Mr. Cartir, who
was practlsliuliiw tntntt fit). Her mar.
ilage tolilmtookrlicoln tho Winter ot 1H80
Nellie Galen, as sncw.ts called b) her Inti
mates, wasiducaledln the convent ot Notro
Dame, In Indiana, whe.iie she was graduated '
Iu music tnlKSu. missy sho tlnls'acd the
actdcinlc cour-c nrd was avraidcd tho medal
forexcclleiico In tin lunch langutge. In
addliton tn thesj feialnlni accoinpllshincnts
Mrs. Carter Is acaplt iish a nml on expert
horsewoman, having ain.i.Iird efllclnic) in I
both these branches ivbUoyct a tnerc child of
s vinor eight running about o i her lathi r's
ranch. Mrs. Carter lus one son, John (lalen
Carter, who was burn atom two) cars ngo.
No Wedding Cake in Italy.
Averv pretty custom was brought to m)
mlud the other day on tho receipt of cards
announiln; thu mitrlageot uyuuiig Itidlau
fiictuL Wcddlugcakuls an unknown tpi in.
tit) In that pcnliibtila, bonbons and coiullls
taking Its place. 'I heso sneetn aro iscrvcd at
the en", of the wedding breakfabt or dinner,
and each guest carries away a generous sup
ply. The sraount destined to b taken away
L'a. i''vIf.ft41ijl,Ji, i tikAiVJa' .Jsty. jVlx vfVi
Is put up in cither a fancy cardboard box ,
In tilk bags, tho bonbons first having oeei
wrapped In oil paners to prevent them from
soiling the dainty souvenir. These bags are
often very elaborate .and expensive and allow
of great display. They aro sometimes mado
of cholco bits of rare old silk and brocado, but
moro oltcn tire of heavy white satin, either
crabroldi red or palsied with the monogram
ol the uniting couple.
Make a plain boiled custard of a pint of
milk, ono egg, and a small tablespoontul of
lorn starih, W hen thoroughly cooked Bet to
ono bide ot the range and mako the caramel.
Put n cup ot sugar tn a small frying pan, and
Hir over the lire until It melts and gets a
tlarl: brown, but It must not burn. When
caramcllid, bring the custard forward and
pour the taramcl In with one hand, stirring
qulikly with tho other. Tho caramel seems
to harden at once, but contlnuod stirring will
ma'co It as smooth as custard, ihocolate In
color, and a pciullar delicious flavor. Put In
til.nes and bcrvo very cold.
"Blood and Iron's " Boss.
It Is hinted by those In authority that
Princes) Ulsuiarck-ls largely responsible for
the present altliudo of hor husband towards
(cii. von caprhl, at whom tbo loyal wife Is
rurlousl) lndUuant on account of tho distills
at uf her husband In tho Ueneral's favor. It
this bo trtto we inu) .vet wltnoss another con
flagration lighted by tho blaze ot a woman's
A Balh-Bocm Dainty.
A delightful addition to bath-room dainties
ts secured by thoroughly mixing together one
ounce tlhiluio bcnolD, one of orris tincture,
ten drops oil of Union and ten of ncrolL. A
tablespouftil dropred Into a pint ot water will
Le sufllclent lor the oath. Urst wash thor
nughl) and w Ipo dry, then apply by means of
a soft cloth or sponge to tho entire surface ot
the bodv. 'this pieparatton will not only Im
I part a fragrance to the skin, but add ma
terially tn lib beaut). Keep tincture well
corked I ntll water ts added it will not be
found so pleasant as an odor.
For Fair or Dark Women.
Tho pretty young lady In evening attire
wears a gown ot palo blue satin, trimmed
with )cllovv loses and bands of the same
shade, uud a trill of ciru lace around the top
of Iho bodice. 'Iho fan Is vcllow. This coir.
Unutlon Is ttpially occcuilngto fair or dark
vvciutn. All tho prettiest dresses worn by
) rung vvctrers just now .neof btttln oi surah
or watered Bilk with llne-strlpcs.
One Comes, Another Goes.
His wlfo Is backl
No more nt night,
, When seems the tow n to him a sombre sight,
'luo anil and gray,
May ho go forth with paint to make It bright.
He's bad his day;
UU wlfo Is back!
Hut who ts that
With glossy hit
And step as springy as the step ot fawn,
Who leaves at 'night, returning with the
dtw n y
It Is tho othi r man whose wlfo's Just gone.
He'll see tho painting done I
iloll have the fun I
1 ho town shall never stay
so dull nnd gray ;
Ills wile has gone I
Pare and grate enough pineapple to mako
ono pint ; add ono potiud ot granulated sugar;
uil well and sijuccvc la Julco of ono lemon.
To half a box of gelatine add halt a glass of
cold water; boak until soft; then set over a
kettle of hot w iter. Heat the yolks ot thren
eggs with egg-beatrr and stir Into tho pine
apple; when gelitlno Is molted add to the
plccapplo and pour all Into a dish and set In
a pan of cracked ho; stir slowly until It gels
thick ; theu add one pint of whipped cream ;
turn luto a mould which hasncoicr; put a
thin cloth over tho top; fit tho cover down '
c!osl ovtr tho cloth; pack tho mould In a1
mlxtiirco! chopped Ico and salt. In two hours
It will te ready to servo. In tbo, centre It
will not be frozen, but the outsldo portion
will freeze a little.
Bebe R'bbon as a Trimming.
Itebo ribbon Is n much-used variety of the
man) w ldths ot ribbon so greatly and so v&rl
ousl) employed for trimming dresses, bon
mts, parasols, Ac, to say nothing of tho
iiccotatlon of fancy work, where ribbon of
this sort ngures conspicuously. Dobe ribbon
trims admirably evening gowns ot soft stlk
nnleonibluts well with lace, enhancing the
light efleit ot that particular decoration.
Shier wools uro also suitably trimmed with
narrow silk or velvet ribbon, wnlch Is put on
in sti night rows or mad up in a series ot
loops moro or less long, or In tufts or pom.
pons, and w hen these nro placed In Juxtapo
sition on a gown, to hold laco tn place, thoy
aro freruintly connected by two or three
R'mnda of tbo same ribbon.
A Novel Window-Cleaner.
Anew vvlnlon-clcaucrhasbeen suggested
ns au Improvement lo tho cld-iabbloned strip
of rubber, fastened ou a band of wood or
mcUL 'iho great, trou bio experienced with
these bands seems to bo tho difficulty ot ap
plying water. Tho now suggestion hi to at
tach a rubber ball for holding water to tho
bandlo of tbo wlndow-clctnor, by mcaniot
which tho winnows may bo vigorously
sprn) ed. Much an arrangement as this would
certainly save trouble thougu tho average
housc-serv antprcfers a chamois to any rub,
bcr wiUvi'W. cleaner.
An English Newspaper Woman.
Miss Marie Addaldo liclloc lm a pair of
dimples that sho found useful In overcoming
the continental prej tdicc to Interviewers, tor
Miss liclloc Is an IngUsh lltcrnry wonun,
who began her career I) sicurtng for toe,
Pall Mall Gazelle homo vcty valuiblo Inter,
views from prominent European statesmen,
whose cxcluslvcneas, invulnerable to aucn.
line Inquiry, melted before Miss Helloes
Although Miss Bctloc rejoices in a"oarerV
she Is but Just past twent. She possesses
an advantage over most writers In that she Is
equally at homo In both French and English;
In fact, some of her best stories, those of a
piquancy moro appreciated In France than 1
England, have appeared In Parisian magw
Motoat, Aca. 39. I
Sugar and Oraaa, 1
ot Dried Beef MamtOf a Chip. I
k Mayonnata).ol Tomato.
Thin Dread and Butter.
Cream of Tea Soup.
Sirloin, Tomato Ranee, (
riad Potato... ritriug B.an.. )
lettuce Salad. (
ra. ClieasM, J
Chilled vVatermetoa. v
A New Mexico Woman.
Near the tow n of W hlto Oaks, V. M,, lives
one ot tno most remarkable women even of
this most reroarkablo age. The Houso la
which bho lives, a low whltc-w ailed adolio
building covircd with green vlnon and niled
out with rich carpets, nrtlstlc hangings
books and pictures, 'jMvulslto china aud Btlver,
and all tho dainty belongings with which a
rotlned woman loves to burrouna Iioiself, was
' built with nci own hands. 1 ho hugo ranch
on whlih It Is located, with Its ,000 cattle,
Is managed intlrely b) her. His she who
buys or takes up the land, selects or cut trnlj
tho men, bu)s, bells aud tiausfus tho cattle,
.sho Is also a skill tl and intelligent prospec
tor, and found tho idluablo silver mine on
her territory. In which hbo now owns a half
Interest, fchc sings charmingly, accompany
ing hersolf on tho plnno or gull ai, and handlcJ
n cambric needto or a w atcr-color brush ai
dexterously as tho uses an adzo or a Jack
plane. Sho entertains delightfully at her
home, whist parties, llttlo dances and cvea
au occasional german. Her name Is Mrs.
Barber and sho has been twice a widow. A
woman who can run a ranch, build a house,
manage a mlno and engineer a successful
german deserves a prominent place la th
ranks ot women ot genius.
The angel sleeve large, wldo nnd loose.
One long puff, ono short ono and a deed
A large, short puff sleeve with notrimmlugi
A loose puff gathered Into a long, plain cuff.
Lengthwlso pufTs to the elbow, flnlBUcd
with a Bhort sleev o band.
A large puff and closocurr to tho wrist, wlUl
a fait ot laco bait way down tbo tleeve.
Tho deep fall of laco reaching below tnt
elbow in the hack and open and short In front
A full sleeve gathered into a band of velvel
below tho elbow and finished with a fall ol
When Will This Be ?
When tho sparrow has a toothache
And tho bluebird tears hor gown,
And tho robin falls to sobbln'
If a chipmunk tumbles down,
That day a molo and a bit may see
A cow jump over a dried-apple tree,
JoufA'a Comf '''
Soma Expensive Things.
Tho feather or tutt of feathers at the ap
ot tho Prince of W alea's crown was taMl
from tho tall ot tho ferlwah, otthoblraa
paradise species. Theso feathers are the onU
ones of their kind, and are valued at W
It took twenty years to get them, and cn
the death of moro than twenty buntersw
fore they wero obtained.
Next to man, tho mlnn, ono ot tho OracU
Bpccles ot birds, found In tropical and .,
tropical countries, "excels all other snlm1'"
Its Imitative powers, and particularly U
imitation ot hitman speech. Wncn domew
cated theso birds far excel tho parrots
their distinctness ot utternucc
The Sultan o! Morocco owns the mosl
pensive blcycle,the whOlo nt tho framiwo"
whtth is nickel-platca and. whleh co