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, Toot Indeed.
"Mamma, why, doesn't his wife cut
iU halrP" wan th autlibln question i( n
littto cirl at a hotel table in Connecticut
the other day, as fho looked iu wide
eyed wonder at a long-haired stranger
Bitting onpmito. The stranger joined in
the lauu which followed and sutinfted
her curiosity for tho tinio by good-naturedly
Baying that ho wus Uo jxjor t
liayo a wife.
"Heard about little Tony P" asked Jako
Muggins, tho bootblack.
"i a a s," was the slow reply, us
his companion drummed a tunc on tho
lamp-past. "No business to bea-sneak-in'
"Why, 'twao his reg'lar beat. lie's
cleared s'niudi's a dollar there some
days. 'Twarnt his fault that the injino
backed. An' ho's got a lame mother
and two little littlo sinters to git grub
"S'positV he has. There's other fel
lers that's got plenty of that kinder
work," said the other, roughly.
"That's so," was the response us Jake
hitched up his much patched trousers.
"That's so!" ho repeated slowly; "but
then, we aint smashed up by an injino
and made mincemeat of, aud then car
ried homo to tho ones as we've helped,
aud can't help no longer." '
"How'd ho git hit?" asked tho second
boy, as he bent down to brush a capa
cious boot just then offered bytgi 'title
man. "Ho was hit by the injino and knocked
clear across two tracks, and they said
his head was broke, 'n back broke; and
lie's broke, I guess, nil over."
"Who's that?" asked the gentleman,
looking at tho boys from under bushy
,"Oue of us fellers; Tony Ueed. lie
was a first-rate feller, too; good at a
shine, and 'ad knowed better days.
Folks liked him, and us fetters liked
him, and ho got lota ov chances; but
he's used up now pretty bad. Last night,
ho was a-standin' on the railroad track,
and a iujine just backed ov a suddin,
and it hit him and sent him a-llying,
And smashed him all up. I guess his
mother feels bad; and she's lame, any
way." "Tony Reed! Tony Reed!" mused the
stranger. "So that was his name, was
it? A lino littlo fellow, hey? Yes. Well,
let mo see. Can 1 trust you, boys?"
"Trust us? Well, you iust put us bin
the Rank of Hingland and 1 guess we'd
know better than to touch a cent. I
guess we would," and the little fellow
gave a chueklo.
"He's a English chap, he is," said
Jake, the first l)oy, hitching at the trous
ers; "but he's all right. Hi in. and meV
pardncrs," and with this rather dubious
compliment, Jake attempted to stop a
6cedy and shaky man, whohad probably
been in the gutter to the extent of over
Bhoe, at least.
"Have a shine, sir?"
"I'll make daylight shine through y ou,
if yer don't lo' me 'lone," was tho tipsy
"Tony Reed'.1' mused tho stranger.
"I remember tho accident; read about
it in the daily paper. One of you, you
say? A bootblack, eh?"
"Yes, sir; and he's got a lame mother
and two little"
"That will do," replied the man. "I'm
in a hurry, but hero s some change you
can carry to Tony. Honor bright, now."
"Honor bright!" responded tho "pard
ncr," his eyes shining us tho silver
pieees went into his hand.
"There, I can't stop to count it, but
you carry that to the poor boy's house
and giye it to his mother."
"I'll doit, sir," wan the quick response.
"Say, Jake, here's a lift, eh?"
"it aint for us," said Jake, gravely.
"Well, we can pay ourselves forcar
ryin' it, can't we?"
"No we can't nuther; we're to take
that mouey to Tony Reed's, and give it
to him, every cent."
"I say I shall pay myself."
"I say yer shan't!" and by this time,
Jake's fists were doubled up.
"Hero, 'old yer 'at, yer fool; I was
only a-tryin' yer," said tho pardner,
with an amazing assumption of dignity.
"I'm glad to see as you acquitted your
self as yer ought ter. Now s'pose wo
take tho mouey P"
After a few momenta1 thought, Jako
said, "I'll toll yer what; let's sue if vu
can't git tho fellers to give some nioro
dimes for Tony and his mother."
"All right!" and tho two boys went
among "tho fellers" from corner to cor
ner, and to their honor bo it said hardly
a bootblack withheld his mite, and some
of tho little fellows gave tho whole prico
of a "shino." Presently a motley pro
cession of eight or ten boys, straight
and stooping, sightly ami unsightly,
might have been seen wending its way
to the north part of the city, full of fun,
talking and laughing, until they camo
to tho narrow street where Tony lived
with his mother.
Coarse though they were; of strange
and varied experience; callous us Ui the
finer sentiments of human nature gen
erally, not ono of them spoke above a
whisper as they stopped at the house and
grout ted themselves about tho door.
"Who'll go in?" uskod one and an
other. "Let Jako go; Jake and his pardner,"
said a tall fellow, kicking at a misera
bly lean dog that- was snillinir about
"You can tell 'em that we're aTi plagu
sorry, or soincumr like that
put somethin' to 'elp Tony.
"And tell Tony we're sorry as he got
knocked," said another.
"An' let's say us we'll utand by 'im
till ho gits up ngeu," suggested still
"Yes, we'll go an extra shine fer him."
I am suro could you have looked into
those common boyish faces, you would
Lavo seen something there which was
not of self, or cveu of this world. These
boys knew what tho value of one penny
was. They earned their bread by mak
ing pennies in season and out of season.
They wero what men on the street w ould
call "a hard lot" Rut they had hearts,
aud their hearts, at this time, at least,
wero in tho right place.
A moment tuoro and Jake and his
partner were lost to them and were
ulowly ascending tho rickety stairs.
"Mercy sakes!" cried au aged crono,
M the two boys entered tho room la
which sbo was, and looked round.
They saw crouching figure at tho
firo-- thin, cheerless fire it ww. They
saw two pretty, pale-faced littlo girls
X)bbiug In each other's arms.
And they saw something elso. A board
stretched across two chairs, and a figure
that diil not stir, under a whito clot h.
"I say!" whispered Jake, hesitating,
and drawing a long breath, "Tony's
"fiono! Where?" asked his "pard
ner," who was moro obluso.
"Hone! He's dead!" was tho geared
whisper. "Don't yer seoP" and ho
pointed nt tho still wnito form.
At that mi n u to camo a wail from the
"() Tony! Tony! My boy! My poor
"1 say! I can't stand this," said tho
"Well, then say somcthin', and let's
git out er this."
"I can't. I can't think of nothin'.
Fni sick, I am," snid his "pardner;"
and he looked pale, and tears were in
Jake, left thus to his own resources,
thought a moment. Then ho walked
over to tho fire, touched tho woman on
the shoulder, and as she looked up, ho
poured the money into her lap.
"A strange- gentleman giv some on it,
and we boys, too all on us. We giv it
for littlo Tony; wo like Tony." And
then he turned, with blurred eyes, and
blindly felt for the door, and went down
stairs followed by his "pardner."
"What's up! He'scryin'!" exclaimed
one of tho boys, as Jako stepped once
more upon the sidewalk. "Well, ten
derloin! What'd ho sayP"
"Nothin' 1" muttered Jake,
his sleeve across his eyes.
"Nothin'!" they cried, indignantly.
"Nothin'! there aint no Tony up thar
- he's dead!"
A hush fell upon them. They stood
silent a moment, looking at tho red eyes
of tho two "pardners."
1 hen without asking what hart been
lono with tho money, with hushed voices
they expressed their surpriso and rough
sympathy, and turned and went back to
the busy streets.
Death had cast its shadow upon them.
But their hearts had felt tho thoughtful
tenderness of human sympathy andJovo,
and death's solemn hand had lixed the
memory of it thcro forever. Youth's
Interfiling Fddi About In Manufacture and Cm.
Taper car-wheels are composed entire
ly of paper rings pressed together under
a weight of six tons, and then fastened
by means of Ixilts and steel tires put on
them, when they arc ready for use. Laid
loosely the rings stack as high as the
shoulders of an ordinaiy man. Under
treatment they sink to the thickness re
quired. If tho tiro should wear or fall
oil tho wheel, or the train run from tho
track, there would bo no danger of their
breaking, as they are very flexible, ami
would spring. A paper ball can be ren
dered so solid that nothing but a diamond
tool can cause an indentation into it. At
.he mill is a square block of compressed
paper fastened on a turning lathe, and
so hard that if a line steel chisel is held
against it when it is moving, instead of
cutting tho paper it will break tho chisel
into a hundred pieces. Tho strength is
astonishing. You can take a 5 noteof
the Rank of England, twist it into a kind
of rope, suspend 8!19 pounds upon ono
end of it and not injure it in the slight
est degree. Rath-tubs and pota aro
formed by compressing the paper made,
out of linen fillers and annealed that
is, painted over with a composition which
becomes a part thereof, and is fire-proof.
The tubs last indefinitely, never leak,
and, put in the fire, will.not burn up.
You can beat on them with a hammer
and not injure them. Plates compress
ed and annealed are very durable; you
cannot only wash them, bvit drop them
upon tho floor and stand upon them.
The fork can bo used for any practical
purpose, and tho knife can always bo
kept sharp. Taper can bo substituted
for wood, converted inte picture frames,
and colored like walnut, cherry and tho
like. Redsleads are fashioned tho same
as car wheels, only of long strips instead
of rings. They aro very beautiful and
lusting. Cooking or heating stoves aro
also annealed, and it is impossible to bum
them out; they nro less costly than iron.
A house can be literally constructed of
and furnished with every convenience
in paper. The printing press, typo, and
all the fixtures of the office could be con
cocted of this material, and moro cheap
ly than of the ordinary kind. A com
plete steam engine can be thus manu
factured, and do all required duty.
Clothes and shoes will como in tho fu
ture. Twenty-nine hours are needed to
transfer linen liber into a car wheel.
Solid card-like paper was made as
early as the fifth century, but it is stated
on tho authority of the Arabian histori
ans, and largely conceded, that linen
paper did not como into use until 1270,
or, at most, but a short timo before. Tho
cotton card or paper known previously
was of a thick, coarse, wooly texture,
brittle and inferior. There is still somo
dgniand for hand-made paper, and in a
corner oi the L. L. Itrown Paper Com
pany at Adams aro simple and inex
pensive appointments for tho production
of paper as it wus substantially made
one, two and three hundred years ago.
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iiiv run lioiiirs iiiiinj wr use ill Illilhlllg
architectural drawings for drawing pa
per, iu short -in consequence of the fact
that it will not stretch, a point indispens
able in accurate drawings. The paper
can bo creased and rewritten upon.. A
brisk demand has sprung up for tlioso
papers for wedding and society invita
tion cards, billet doux, personal corres
pondence, also business houses where re
cherche stationery is desirable
A Hog, Hoofs and All.
"Talking about mean men," said tho
man from Calaveras, "tho dodjingest,
most out and out, cantankerously dog
mean critter I ever saw was old Dick
Khubine. Why, up on tho Feather in '08
ho actually ran away with my first wife,
just after I paid him a loan of $10,OUO.
"That was a pretty hard blow."
"You bet it was hard. I didn't mini!
so much about Maria, I was pretty sick
of her anyway, but tho gall of tho man
to wait till tho nolo was paid beforo ho
skipped. Now, if he'd only dusted tho
day before it came duo, I might havo
agreed to call it square. Rut no, sir;
ho was ono of those mean cusses that
don't want anybody else to have a show,
lie was a hog, sir; hoofs and all." Sun
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 29.1882.
If yon ronl dull drowsy, debilitated' have frcqiiont
ueadiu'hu, mouth lunt.n badly, poor uiinelitu and
toni'iiu coaU-d, you ro fuu'urliiK from torpid liver,
or MllmiHumnml ni.tliluii will cure you (jo spued
lly uiid permanently an to tuku Hhullioii Llvul Kutf
ii I nt or or Mudn'iiiu.
'J'llUfllOllpC Ht, pUI'l Hl
and hurt family mid
tcinu In thu world!
for Ull (llHL'llHUBof till!
Uver, btomarb uud
Kueuliito thu Liver
( IllUh AM) VK
VKIt. MALA Hlol'S
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Nothlnu Is o uupliMiHiuit, nothliiR no common as
had breath, and In nearly every it comes trim
tho Ktomufh, iiiiil cnii hu so easily corrected If you
will take Kliumoua Liver Keisulator. Do not cur
lectfoaiiru a remedy for thin repulslvo disorder.
It will dlHO Improve your Appetite, Complexion,
aud Ocm: nil Health
How many fiufler torture day urter day, making
life a burili'H iind rohhlnir existence of all pleasure
owinitto thecerret sWlerlnR from Piles. Yet re
lief in ready to the hiind of almost any one who will
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IhoiHiiiid. Slmmona' Liver Mediator, is
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SIIOL'I.I) not he regarded as a trilling
ailment Iu fact uaiiiru demands the lit.
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devmttyn from tlilc demand ptivos the
way often to serious danger. It is quite
a necessary to remove Impure accuniu
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sleep and no health can be expected
where a costive habit of body prevails
This distressing nflllctioii occurs moet freqnently
The dlaturbance of the stomach, iirlnliiR from the
Imperfectly dluented contents, cusea severe pain
In tho head, acconipaiilud with disacreelile nuusca,
and this constitute! what la popularly kuowu as
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE,
MANITAITI RED EV
l'rice $1 lid, Hold by all Diiftlsts.
OwIiil' to a l onulur Idea that a remedy t aid to
cure a vuriety of maladies should be treated w ith
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somo liini. In placln; it before the public ; but from
the gnu If in;; uchiiriince by a treat number of the
rare vitkll.imi and health renewing properties of
his preparation of llypophosphltes. under a varie
ty orcirennis'ances. hu is equally satisfied that
ttiese i llects are secured by its use, that its action
is in'CUliar to his tircpitratiou, and that Consump
tion is not only curable, hut, up to a certain stage,
is as easily cotiiroiieuaa must otner orgauic dis
VVhilo it is the aim of the Inventor to convey in
formation to such as require h.s llypophosihi:e'.
It is hixTirm belief that lis use will be valuable to
all who (b'ire a long life or who aro struggling for
health. With a faith bused upon the experience of
twelve years, bu would not despair of restoring a
patient suffering from the above named disease,
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complicated by actual organic loss.
i-l nt, .Mien., .nay nun, ism,
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troduced it to a large number of my people.
liKVKKKM) H. W. IIAIKE.
l'astor ftt. Michael's Catholic Church.
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Well tta ulj Imily. 1'ktkr tluan, bprliiKWUUr, WU
Una beca the nivsna of oiiriiiK my wife of riiumsMmn.
J. II Ki.XhjUku, Kort Cullliu, Cul.
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Mm. W. lln.Mao.s. AJrura, 11L
Wu the niiuof cur!nr my wlfc of
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Ettti( they posies all h merit ef the
StroiiKtlietiltiir porous plnstor, and contain in nl
ditiou thereto the newly diutovcred powerful and
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Bwhum they aro a peimlne pharmaceutical prep
oration, and so recouited by the profi'tiiiorj.
' Because they aro tho only plarteifl that relievo
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Tlecause tlicy will positively cure diseases which
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' Beeausn ever (MX) ptu'slclnns sud driicrrintn bavii
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