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Bv '"KiE. fwv
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on n & n o w
bound trui n ,
on the K i t e aiul I'nciilv railroad.
A pruspii of soon petting under xvn.v
again h.id revixed our spirits and sot
our totifrues jroinff. After nn
of on the succession of
the nrositlene.v, and other
lr.ivliijf Ihu:i 1 and
I'rnf O'Kion the
r im t
" nut xvnitl.l lie tlio on'oU on the
earth if xvjth mii'Ii a body?"
asked n gentleman,
I with. prtMiutlj. n I. tier's inter
est it: llv c( ' 1
".irr;.h it to xvas the
u; v. .10 .ppealed, in
Mipp rt of it. to one or txvo personal
o.tjrieneo on the IJrie railroad
"A".l r.'diiw itsp pjlatioa ton -wet-
oh1 Mate," chnch U'd Mi. Fcthorbr.me.
'I'll prof 'hocked at this
atrocitx. irlarrd jrlassi'v at the speaker
throutfii iti .
"Wiat i nn said
the senator -wt had one uimmtr us
'txx'liut is 11 ixpri:ant, in
a ratfttroplie. is the
though 1 that it won Ul leave ns
.t a p ii c!nn t The
man who has distinction can
afford t i:ict :'. 1 .. 1 .ider ordinary
eircmuBtaiieas eonipoxtire, assured
that his fame will after him.
3iut to hint out the race, obliterate history
.and uncreate our planet the idea
is intolerable, sir. and I protest apaiust
it! lint 1 hejf ardou, professor,
were xvaltlnp to hear your
Tlie profeMir's xxere far too
numerous to mention. Comets it
agreed by the U :innil, tnifrht be solid,
or they mijfht lie.Meous. They mifjlit
be ruuninif on time, or they tnilit not.
.They might colli le xx ith other
bodies, or steer clear. If solid, in
case of collision xxith our tflo!e, it
would be a simple question of strength
of material" xxhieh xroiild t the
of it. If gaseous, probably no hjrni
would le done unless, indeed, the gas
inllainiiiubl" and set us on fire,
or absorbed our and left us to
freeze. It xxas plain the professor,
like many other scientific- P.unsbys,
knexx' too much to lie
could give run all the theories, but
wliiuli xras the trtt one other people's
business, not his
"If one had reliable prlvat" information
beforehand." remarked u
broket, 'what n splendid 'point'
might lie made by selling 'short,' delivery
to le made the day after the
"Don't yon never try tkxt. stranger!"
broke in an old miner just from the
diggings "Pon't you nexor go for to
resk your money on a comet."
'.'Why not'.'" asked the broker.
"'Case I tettl that elephant."
There xxas a general expression of
curiosity, and the stranger, being Invited
"In the year eighteen hundred and
, thirty-mill. I xvas the oxxner of a valuable
track o' land in xxhnt is now the
heart of hijiuoplis; an" ef I'd hep' it,
I'd to-day tlie richest man in
Injyanny. lint that year 11 comut xvas
advertised to come oil on the last day
of .1 tily, Avhich xvas to set the xvorhl
an' xxind up the concarn on true
"At the fust go oir, 1 sot it down as
a partisan lie. got up for political effect,
lint Ivlder Spohn, a pious man
and consistent politician. I knoxv'd ef
he backed the comet it must be all right
"I xvas beginnin' to feel a good deal
jubus. xvhen Hill .Jeter cinie over one
day, with a buncji of giean oats in his
"'Ilevyou noticed the oats this sea-
'Vaf ir' M ' jh '
hkv rov XOT1CKII thi: oats'.'" si:z
won?' seic ISiil. sxx itchin' his log xvith the
handful lie held.
" 'Xot pertlekler.' sez I, 'niore'n to
xve' re like to her a fair crop.'
" '15f we're only spared to reap 'em,'
" Meitfo.' sv 1.
" 'Only look at rhatse Hill, smooth-in'
out one of the blades in his hand, and
lioldin' it up to the light. Look at
that 15,' sez he, speukin' as fcolemu us
tlie elder himself could a done.
"I looked. Hit' x hat do you think I
seed? Why. plain a capital 1. on
that 'ere blade of oats tu ever xvas
i " 'Noue o' yer foolin'. I'.ill.' sez I.
'It's too serous a snbjec'. uu'vo done
that letterin' yerwilf," sez I.
, " 'Dog my cat ef I did!' sez Kill. '.Test
yon look ut these er," kez lie, holdin'
out the rest o' the bunch; 'tin' jost
come out to the Held, an' you'll llnd
the sameon every spear that's growinV
"Sure enough it xvut so W-hat that
li stood for there xvas no mistakin.
Tlicro xvas 01. ly oiie thing It could
stand for. nn' that xxas 'Hum'
"Oohig back to the house. 1 passed
through the barnyard, an' stopped to
take a look Into the goose nest, xvlicro
I found nn egg as iuoonL I picked it
up to foteh it along, xvhen I seed
onto il an fairly mado my hair
raise my hat olTl May I never sin of
'.hero wasn't xvrlt on that pjji;, in rlr
otters, xvhich xvas part o' the shell,
these Identical words.
"To seen m It may consarn This yarth'll
be itestrovisl by lire on the of July
next, at txtelxe o'clock punctooal.'
"It VI take a better scholar nor mo to
describe my feelin'sx. When I got to
the house I sed uothin' to my wife, for
I knoxv'd. cf she found out the comet
xxascoinin' in nirnest, she'd find some
excuse for tilamin' me with it.
4,That night I thought things over.
Jabe I'otter M been dickcrin' at me for
soino time to buy my place. He'd offered
tne six dollars an acre, an' I'd
bc'n holdin' out for ten My xvlfe, too,
'd bc'n teasin' of me to soil an' move to
toxvn. She 'd nn ambition, xon sec. to
re as fine as ,ia Wheeler xvhose husband
kept the village grocery
"So I made up my mind I'd xvnlk
over In the tnornin' and talto Jabe up
that is, pcrvidii;' he'd inuke it cash
doxvn and no back payments. I xvas a
little afcared he mought 'a' hcarn about
xvhat xvas onto the oats, an' so beotlish;
but Jabe, I knoxv'd, xvas un onbelicvin'
critter, an' the important secret of the
cgff lay in my oxvn breast.
"I felt as ef ! could die contentcder
ef I only got the better of ,1a be, by
him into a land trade on the eve
of a general smash in real estate; for
he'd cheated tne once in n hoss
sxvap, an' I'd ben Itchin' sence to
git even with him
".labe xvas a leetle surprised at me
comin' to his terms so easy; hut ho
jumped at the offer, an' the deed xvas
signed an' the money paid the same
"Well, xve moved into toxvn, my xvifc
an' me; an' my xvife to keep peace in
the fam'ly; I never spoke of the comet
tohcr she took the uliino out o' Ma
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"01VK MK I'IKIX IJOI.l AtW TIII SIHVSIT.'
Wheeler to her heart's content. I
ner nev xxnatever sue xx.micti, an adP
believe, for a blind, I xvas engnged in
pcrmiscus speckilation. though I took
car to close no bargains my solo
to hev the good o mv money,
atF come out square bv the last o'
"On the app'lnted day. my xvife xvent
out visitin', xvliile I retired to mj room
xvith my hymn book an' a bottle o'
bourbon, an betxveen the xvassoon
lost to 'arthly considerations.
"The next sensation 1 evperienced
xvas of licin shook vi'leutly, an' hear-in'
myself called by name. The first!
I nttribbytcd to the comet, the, second
to a angel. Hut 1 soon discovered my
mistake. It xvas my xvife in both instances.
I'd never seed her in such a
raye Iwforo Her an' Ma Wheeler M
met that day, nn' tna lied on a new
b tin net, just imported from Nexv York,
an' 'd lien on airs over my
" ' Give me fifty dollar- this minnltf
he screamed. 'I'll teach that
trollop to turn up her nose nt
me I'll hex- the best bun net in New
York as quick us boss an' steam power
kin fetch it. or know the roaon why."
"Fifty Mlar' I'd invested my last
fifty eruli in that bottle o' Kperitooal
comfort. I looked at the clock It xvas
past three, an the oomet hadn't coinu.
tctihfd U hyd.
"What Hissed between me an' tnv
wife, xvhen the facis come out, I leave
to such on you as is head o families
to imagine. Tlie upshot o' the matter
was I was larfwiont o' the
"Thatt inscription on the egg." re
marked the professor, a curions
freak of nature, though."
"I're.W o" flddlestick'' exclaimed the
stranger. "All 11 put-up job betxveen
.lube an' Hill Jeter I'.ill was up to all
sortfe o' tricks, us he'd larnt, xvhen a
boy, instill of his prayer. An' one of
'etn was to xvrite vmiethin' xvltli grease
onto an egg, an' then drup it into
xvliich'd oat doxxti the shell, except
where the greaso xvas. Hill, tho
skunk, he'd fixed that goose ogg that
xvay, an' 1 xvas gooe unough to bo took
In by it."
"Hut the letter on the oats?" queried
"Well, stranger." said the miner.
"that mark, souietliin' like a H. I
reckon 's been onto every blade of
oats as ever groxved senue the foundation
of the xxorld. only I never noticed
"I trust you have succeeded In repairing
your fortunes." benevolently
observed the profensor
"Well. I xvas banired about from pillar
to post for a good many ears." xvtu
the ansxvor. "but out yer I struck a
streak of luck at last," giving his
money belt a slap, '-air the next comet
as evur I take stocli in 'II hex-to conm
close enough fust for me to spriuklft
salt on its, tail." X V Ledger
Englishmen xvurc much pu..lod to
llnd in Scott's journal the expression
"Nos pouiA "lloxv xve apples
swiin," and there xvtis it grave discussion
of its .significance in u famous
literary xveekly. until finally an army
came to the rescue xvith tho
fabl from which the phrase is taken.
Then came txvo letters from Nexv York
saying Hut the writers laid known the
fable from boyhood, ami niarvcling
that it should be unkuoxvn to any civilized
IIORKOKS OF LEPEOSY.
Modical, Science BafHod by tho
How tlio Dliruan l I'rnpagntrri tu the
Holy I.nnit Tho StrRiic
ineiit of l.cpcr (11 tlio
It is a rather remarkable thing that
medical science is still in such a state
of deplorable ignorance xvith rcgar.l to
tho disease of leprosy, suys tlie St.
Louis In all other ailments
tlie progress of the last twenty-fire
years has been such us to
the hope that the time will come xvhen
there is no complaint from xvhich 11
human being sufi'ers xvhich cannot be
diagnosed and treated xmUi success.
Hut in leprosy the progress, if any, is
sloxv. In India the leper is as
common as he xvas many years ago.
You meet him about the streets, you
sec him b?gging under tly verandas of
every House of tuc wealthy.
The lepers are isolated. Vnst out from
even their oxvn family, and it hum been
recorded that the government bus had
to interfere to prevent a father burying
his oxvn son alive in order to prexent .1
spread of the malady. In the Holy
J. and the lepers are to lie met xvith
roaming nlout and lagging from every
visitor, ami indeed in severnl other
paitsof the xvorhl they are to be met
xvith in equal numbers. The English
has sent ou many commissions
to India to inquire into the
subject, but so far little , has been accomplished.
There N not as yet
hospital accommodation, and so
the lepers wander about in some of the
place, and the disease
is In connection with
the subject then is a curious thing as
to a cure in the I'iji islands.
It is recorded, by u missionary xvho
has himself heard the tale from one
xvho actually experienced what he nar
rates. The cure is effected by the poisonous
juice of tlie intigagu and the
process is this: The rietim is taken into
a house away from the center of the
population. lie U stripped of his
clothes and his Iwdy rubbed xvith green
Thru a small lire is HghUst
and a fexv pieces of the Mmtgngu hi id
on it. When the smoke begins to ascend
the man is imud hand and foot
and lifted over the lire until his head
reaches aloiit fifteen inche alovc
the ground There lie is allowed to
xvrithe in his n.'nny for sometimes
Hours, till it is thought he ha Wen sufficiently
smoked Then the body U
g.sshed and nlloxved to bleed freely.
The man mm.v lixe or die. For the
time he l left lying on the rough pallet
prepared for him. If lie live he
get, lietter. That at last wim the eato
xvith the man of whom the Missionary
A TRAVELED TRAMP.
Sanity. Il.n JSrn .rminl the H'orlil ami
NVvrr X". uracil r Iintnlc.
"I never I x-ns never in a
poorhoiihc; I am a professional tramp;
yes, gonMemen. a j)rofesioiial trttaip;
but I never l'ggel of anylxMly. I
tramped or.r the world twice, yet there
is nobody xvho can sny mi ill word of
me. I'cople took sympathy on tuc
that is how I got along: they fed and
clothed me and gare mo shelter. Till,
gentlemen, has Jeen my life for
In this strain Joseph ('liutoti, an
emaciated awl man
of nearly seventy year, told his pathetic
story to the ofliciuU at the Philadelphia
hospital the other ilay, says tlie
I'hihidelphia Heord. Despite his xvorn
and brokenilovx 11 appearance he has
the refinement of one uxed to WtU'r
tilings, and one whom bard experience
has taught much.
When but eight .xears old both of
Clinton's parents did ami left him
alone. lie admits xvith candor that lie
has never done 11 stroke of work in his
life. lie has simply existed. In winter
ilia kloep wait matched in lxirns,
xvith blankets pitying neighbors
him to shield him from the cold. In
summer he sought rest on the grtuw.
It xvas h mortifying event to tlie crippled
old man to lie compelled to enter a
workhouse. I'nuMutllv intelligent, h
tisserU that he never a drop of
liquor, while ins language is eaay and
fitient, and hia deport laent that
0 a man in easy circumstance.
:.'o l'i fr Writer.
A nottid medical proctitiiinr once
told a newspaper man that there was
no need of laitliing "You might u
xvell grease yourself nil over. suid he.
"Look at tho noble Comanche. Where
xvill you find a more lithe nnd lusty
seciuien of agile, musculur manliood'.'
lie never lwthcs. He hates tbp water
xvith as un unti)Hithy as n
mad dog. Take my advice, young mail,
imitate thifC,.inunche. What lie
he k:ioxby eH,rienee just as a bear
knows that his place is on dry land and
as a beaver he can in the
Tilt- s lining Out.
Some years ago there xviih a sudden
fashion for the conversion of green
stuffs into xvhat is called ensilage. In
various parts of the country, and especially
m some parts of scotlu lid, expensive
silos xxere built into xvhich the
green gni xvas thrown to be preserved
by fermentution. One hears less of ensilage
noxv that six yeurs ago. The
truth is that the silo li.is gone out of
fashion again. Scon--, of them are
htanding Idle In Scotland, and the system
has manifestly tailed toaodimati.o
I) re.- In Kmiihi.
According to a local authority a Kansas
man to be in style must xvear a soft
hat and a sack hat for business and n
Prince Albert coat for full dress occasions.
This authority etiiimtrs that
perhaps a dozen men in Luijwirin xvear
full dress suits on proper occasions,
txventy or thirty In Wichita, ten or
txxelve in Abilene, seventy-lire to :i
hundred in Topoku. fifteen to twunty
in Laxxrcnco, one hundred and thirty in
Atchison, eight or ten in Salina.imi
more than unyxvhere else In
A NEW VEnSION.
'01i. mntlicr, tako the lniiias nxxijr 1
Ami put Ilium nut of sight, I
For I inn almost 1 1 red to ileath,
I ettnnot pulnt tonight.
I'll tell joii nil about it If jnu'U INten
So wine ton! oil lwililonia 011 myllttlu Imv
"You lieurd tho weilitlliK l""IU IuiiIkIiI,
HbxMxlillUK IwIIk wvnr.
I'm xery aluil lUej were mil mine.
I'm Kln.il lie imirrUsl Iter.
Oh. tmxr etui I llxu tlmmtfli It,
yy benrt's mi full of
You trkol so buril to I1I111, but jou
"MIm Krl7.1woHC riiiiii' muitntf 111
With Ikt wl iiiul Hue,
With ndiy lli ami nrly lelh.
Fur lex oiler thuu tiiino.
Yif, they xvero iiiaaafiiclHreili jxetmo tlikx
iu) rul tour.
Shu tiinuaht tlt.it sbf ismhl fool lilin.Timl
situ lhl It, uiotlier. iluir.
"In vulti jtiii urrwl m, nmtlwr.
To Mit eurltUDun my llr.
AihI wimli my llw with
Ami blusli of rote Mir.
Itat ti your kind mitreutla I aerur xtnM
They dhln't cut a llsarwt nu, thay duia't,
I 'euro to imi, Mr. Mnnt')lo.
Ami lutpjuniH for Ufv;
I'll Ini mi old iniiht nil my lu)
Ucforn I'll lnt jtiar xx llo,
Noxv, uirvtUer, I xill miIht tlmxa. I nm not
Hut kMi (0 take the varH(vt atvuy. I run-not
All tint Shiuc In HiikIUIi.
One of our fashionable clergyman received
quite 11 shock toliisaotheticsensfs
tho other owning. He informed
that he wanted in his study, where
he found a young 1111111 ami woman from
the rural districts xx'tiiting to see him.
"Good he said courteously;
"what am 1 do for you"
"You tell, .letniuiy," twiil tho nmn,
nudging the girl.
"Xo, you tell, 8im," she giggled linvk.
"We've come to get httcltoil," mU tlw
ojacttlateil the stirpriwd
cleryiruin. "I tenlly don't iiudurstaud
you, my friend."
Am tlieimutsut dumb the girl ventured
"lie uientM, eir, that we want to gt
"I'm as inueli in the dark ever,"
suhl the now WxrildttrMl ndtiisWr: "will
you kindly oxplainr
Tlr" man kl$ lead.
"We tlaiught, .Itmimy mi me, xvt'd
Still th- minister did not cow jrehead
and .leinima ttaxk her twru.
"We've come to lie jiwed."
"Ah, I understand exetwe iiie," said
tlMs miritter. on whom the light of
kuowlednv luul joat dawned, "'you xxHeh
tola joineil in the lioly IkjuUj oi
And in live iuinutethey xxisrehitchod,
tied ami "jiueil" Mcconliug to
tlie laws of church and slate. Detroit
$h f V.V 7 L M
Ha My friend, have yon read my
did you liko it? .
She I laid doxvn the x'olume xxitli intense
A XX'oiMliirfiil .Mcoionr.
Hnltliich Mias Smilax lm siiMly u
Won4leii Why, xx'Mt proof la
lmlHnch Why, I met hr at a wmihsi
laat night, and aim unt only rewitidec
me abont our lieing etntugwl last autn
mer, but gave me a number ol the details.
A I'lempt I'lijer.
De Iiiuk One good thiwg Nbout
Minka. Although he'dagnait liorrower,
lie always jnivm prompty. Ha wm in
only a few moineuU nfo aiul paid me tho
ton dollars he owqd mu.
Do Winks Humph! Ho xxtts into my
place alwut au hour ago nnd lnirroxved
txx'entv dollHrs of me. New York
.V l.iilin. Tlllle.
Tracers (sigh'iug) I must get me a
now overcxwit. 1
liaa Summit W'ny, tliat one looks a?
good as new. Have you hud it long?
Truvere Well, I should my so. Why, I
I jut p.iid for it. Clotliiur and Furnisher.
lll Siiirjili ut I.nt.
Hunker Kver since I can ruinoinber,
Miss Klypp, I havesenrched for the beautiful,
the true, and the good.
Jlim Flypp Oh, .Mr. Hunker, this is
so sudden. But xou may speak to pap:i.
New York Sun.
Tlie Keitl Tronlilt".
"It all very well for thu poet to
talk about 'i jierfect xvoinan, nobly
planned,'" said Mr. Arrears sadly, "but
the liotiblo ia that it takes guch u lot of
money to carry -out tho plan." Dostou
A Nel Klll.l.
"What kind of a dog Iiaro you?" asked
"A New Yorker," anuxvored Fred,
"but his mother was a Nowfoundiaud.''
Haiier's Young People.
"I hear that friend Utistav is going to
"Indeed! In ho iu love?"
.No in dcbtl" bondaga Nisa.
tunny women uufler from Bxeetitve or
Bcant Merntrunllon; they don't knov
who to confide In to get proper dvlce.
Don't confide In anybody but try
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