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TIIK 01.1) BKADINO CLASS.
[Wid Carleton in Harper's Magazine 1
I cannot tell you, Genevieve, how oft it comes
That rather young old reading dam in Dis
trict Number Three,
That row of elocutionists who stoisi so
straight in line
And charged at standard literature with am
We did nut spare the energy in which our
words were clad;
We gave the meaning of the text by all the
light we had;
Hut si.ill I fear the ones who wrote the lines
WS 11 ik I so free
Would scarce have recognised their work in
District Number Three.
Outside the snOW was smooth and (dean—the
winter's thick laid dust;
The storm it made the windows speak at
every sudden gust;
Bright sleigh-bells threw ns pleasant words
when travelers would pass;
The maple trees along the road stoo l shiver
ing iv their class;
Beyond, the white-browed cottages were
nestling cold and numb,
And far away the mighty World seemed Ws-k
timing ils to come—■
lie wondrous world, of which wo oounod
what had been and might Is-,
nt liat old-fashioned reading class of District
PVq took a hand at history—its altars, spires
And uniformly mispronounced the most im-
Wo wandered through biography, and gave
our fancy play,
And with some subjects fell in love —"good
only for one day ;"
In romance and philosophy we settled many
And made what poema we assailed to creak
at every joint;
And many authors that we love, you with ma
will as,i«i p
Wen' tirst time Introduced to us in District
You raoolteot Susannah Smith, the teacher's
Who never stopped at any |wiuse a sort of
And timid young Sylvester Jones, of incon
Who stumbled on the easy words and read
the hard ones right I
And Jennie Ureen, whose doleful voice was
always clothed in black!
And Hniiiuel Hicks, whose tones Induced the
plastering all to crack!
And Andrew Tubbs, wlioso various mouths
were emits a show to seel
Alas! we cannot find them bow In District
And Jasper Jenckea, whose tears would flow
ai cat h pathetic won I
(He's in tin* prise fight business now, and hit.-*
them hard. IVe heard);
And Benny Rayne, whose every tone In- mur-
miiri-il us in fear
(His tongue is not so timid now; he is un am*
And Istnty Wood, whose voloe waa just en
deavoring hard to change,
And leapt d from hoarse t" nerccly shrill alth
mii>t -'it i rising range;
Alsn In- sister Mary Jane, full of prudish
Ala.-.' they're Inch in higher schools than Dis
trict Numls'i- Three.
Ho hack theMH various voices come, though
long tin* rears liave grown,
And sounil uiu-oinmonly distiucl through
And -.iiuii are full of melody, and bring s
souse nf cheer,
And some ran smite tbe rock of li ne, and
summon forth a tear;
Hut one sweet voice ooiuhm bach t. • me, when
ever -sid I grist c,
And aings a song, and that is yours, O peer
less i tenevleve'
It brightens up the olden times, and throws a
Kindc at me
A diver -tar amid the clouds of District
HAD AM It tfOJKSKA'H POKH.
(Thhaao Inter I Its-aii.
" The niad ime is a poetess as well as
an actress, is she not, count ;?" asked the
"If you mean, by that, the \erso*
BTUdtted t" her iii Tin' Denver Tribune
Home time ago, no. She never w rote
them, and has never written any j try
in English. she wrote a number of
poems iv her native language unco,
whioil were collected into a volume and
were several years ago translated into
English verj badly translated I
ought to say murdered in English by
Oscar Wilde. She has written soini
magazine articles iv English, but no
poetry. The | v credited to her in
The Denver rribuno was without her
"(iene Field put it in. ami I think it
is not original. Imt has I v published
In-fore I have un idea that it was the
work of some of the older English
pis-ts, ami Field published it with her
name to try his brother editors. A
great many copied it ami gave the mad
am credit fnr being a poetess. We
never know of the publication until we
were in ManitOU, and there she wrote
to Mr. Field asking him to deny it, lint
he did not, and we had no other oppor
tunity to make a denial Until we readied
tfWT ///.v W/LOKH.
New York Son.
A railrnail conductor bat Gormen, of
Quiney. 111 , that he could not pick up
ltKl eggs laid 00 the ground a yard
apart inside of thirty live niinutoH.
The eggs were to lie picked ii|i and de
posited in a basket, one at a time, ami
the basket uas to remain stationary at
the spot where the tirst egg was placed.
Gorman thought he had an aaay walk
over; Imt the railroad man placed the
eggs ill a straight line along side ol the
depot ami the baaket at one end, ao thai
(iormnn had to run up and down the
line with each egg separately At the
em! of twenty minntea he hail picked
up only twenty live ofthe eggs., and
had to aire up the oot*eat Ahe al
mathematician figured up that it would
take alsuil six miles of travel 11 1 pc kup
the lIMI eggs.
in Capture 4 rtminalw.
lli.lp.il Kr.»> I'naa.
. th" commercial travelers of thin
oonntrj printed deacriptiona of orimi
, ,!„ nt large, arHh Uw asanranoa oi v
, .; reward for capture, and no raa>
gfi oonld make a journey of 100 mil. s
NATIONAL COSTUMES PASSING
a wa v.
THE PIOTUBKBQUR AXI) STItIKIXO IH HE
rNll HtTCCKEHEn IIV THE PRODUCT OF
THE STEAM-lIKIVEN LOOM.
Foreign tor. St. bonis Globe-Democrat.
When the second empire began -And
that beams but yesterday there were
ooatumes everywhere and the wearers
were prond of them. In Paris itself
the different classes drea-ed in marked
contrast one with the other, Tbe gri
aette and shop girl wore a plain linen
cap without ribbons, a gray or brown
dress of inexpensive material, made
short, and changing little with the
changing fashions. I his cheap outer
dress permitted her to be fault
lessly neat in cap, collar, culls and foot
gear. No one was more attractive than
she; certainly not the line lady of that
day, with the ridiculous pile of false
hair and the balloon petticoat. At that
date nothing Would have induced the
grisotte or the shop-woman to wear a
hat or bonnet; those were only for line
ladies or women of lost character, and
to put on BUcll a thing would be to lose
caste with honest working people. The
matron at the head of an establishment
wore ribbons in her cup. the working
girl plain linen. Long, however, lie
fore the empire ended the grisette had
disappeared. In her place there was a
creature in a hat. a dress cut more or
less in the fashion, and these had cost
ho much there was too little left for
clean linen The charm had gone in
part, lint the Parisienne, the cleverest
woman in the world, still made tbe best
of a had bargain.
In most European countries the
change has Keen fatal. The square
faoed Swiss x'ir\ in her cantonal hat.
ber laced bodice, her while skirt and
dangling silver was picturesque; the
BUn-burned maiden id' the Tyrol, strik
ing and attractive in her mountain
dress and brigand-dike pointed bat
One lost sight of the thick ankles, the
course, rod hands ami heavy figure in
the effect of the costume.
lii Italy, especially in the central
portion, each village Iml its drees,
often differing widely from thai worn
I i few miles away. There was n sandal
nf ii single thickness of leather and
j bound with thongs; the skirt and bod
ioe, of bright bnl simple dye, falling in
plastic folds; tbe white nnder-waist;
the folded linen bead-dress; the em
broidered apron of contrasting color,
and the ear-rings and necklace for bol
idays. In these paasibly pretty u'irls
looked charming, and even the course
peasant woman nol unattractive. In
their Manchester prints m draggle-tail
gowns with their great feet thrust into
brngana, that are absolutely without
charm, even in the Hoaer of their
youth, by middle age tliev are hideous.
In v few countries, must of them far
| from the centre of I 'ill rope, the national
(dross stirl linnus. still the ofaarming
Spaniard diuga to her graceful, float
ing head-dress; but ooquetry andade
laire tv please, which seems absolutely
! wanting in tbe average Italian, is the
native ift. of the women of the Iberian
peninsula, and in no part of the world
do they deserve, nr receive, more
.romantic devotion. In Madrid, much
the h ast national nf her cities, the bon
net is seen, elsew here seldom.
The ooatumes of France, Belgium
and 11 ■>1 limit arc gone No more docs
the prim Prieslander wear her strange
cup with the gulden plates beneath;
i Imt. fnr in the north, in the remoter
parts of Norway, though the dress lie
awkward, a bit of color and a certain
lltlaintneaa still may be seen. Ivan
! fvanovitoh, the Moujik, ami his family
still put on Kuaaiau garb, Imt it is born
j ton far north for grace or beauty.
In Turkey there lingers a touch of
Oriental grace in garments. The Mo
hammedan man has largely lost his
Mowing robea, and ia little different
from tin- man nf neutral Europe, ex-
I Oept in the red cap, which he never
I removes, but in the provinces it is
i different. Still is
Th,' w il.l Albanian kirttad to the kn.s-
With sßewl-girt hesui unit innawental gun,
And gold-etiiliroklefed |rmrrnfnifp, fair tout-.
still il" flu- woman wear their eastern
gnrl>; still the Grecian maidens weave
their gold and silver doweriea amidat
their midnight treaaea; but "Italia! oh,
[talia!" a/ben tin- Manchester print
gown, the tneoliine-born brogue and the
read,v - made nlothea-man Invaded your
shores the* dealt ii blow nt your "gift
of beauty" such aa Goth and Hun and
Tartar dealt of olil to tin- once bound
less heritage nf the Catautra, The land
la lovely still; tlie sky is blue, art still
lives; in tlie smith the men are often
pictures, pie, but tbe women, who sin mid
lie its the soul ol nil this bounty nf
nature, urn no lunger fair to look npon;
have even lost the ordinary inatiaot or
>1..«.>*-.. t,i nlesusp
IIU Pro mluciirr Arruuateil for.
[ New York fleeter, I
This is not Ins-hum*' (ten. Sick!,,* is ho dis
tingiiishe.l, hut rather fmm the manner of
his entrains* at the niicra. You probably
know that lien. Sickles has Imt one lag, and
has ease aaabla to wear an aitttoial one, »■
that he Is naturally ohhgcd t<> walk mi
crutches. After the house is comfortahly
s*-atot and theo|iera si goingMtiiHtthly along,
just as the prima donna i*si. ft. - tier m,wl
tortd passage, or the tenor touch,*! Ins alga
('. you hear a dull thud down the main ai-ln
of ttitf spare house, asat, leaking smaad, you
w a rather line looking man on crut. I •
swinging himself into his eat Yon natural v
ask "Who is thatf and you noon get yous
answer tliat it is lien Sickhss.
The Power of aa I aeherklrd I'reee.
|H<»«ihiHMi> (111 I Kye.)
Tho mini hole hi ltu> north i»nrt ,if the city,
n win. w Tea Rjrs aattad attenuuu a day an
ai ego, lnu l»« v tiled.
Colored undertaken can give reliable
statistics about tbe black-bury crop.
Not a costly medicine 26 doses Plan's
Cure for Consumption for i"i cents.
The capote of medium size is the bonnet
for the near future.
Young or middle-aged men Buffering
from nervous debility, loss of memory,
premature old age, as the result of bad
habits, should send three stamps for Part
VII of Dime Series pamphlets, Address
World's Dispensary Mkdicaj. Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y.
lie Branca, the explorer, is not dead as
No sensible man prefers wealth to
health. Some few have both; very many
haven't either. Well, you may have first
choice. Which will you take! "Health."
Very well, what's your ailment! "A
little of everything."* What's the cause 1
"Blood out of order, kidneys weak, di
gestion had, heart's action irregular.''
Yes, and every disease can he traced to
these same sources, .lust take a few bot
tles of Brown's Iron Hitters; it will re
move the causes of disease and restore
you to robust health. Ask your druggist
anil use Brown's Iron Hitters.
"KotuiH on Corns." 18c. Ask for It,
Complete cure, hard or soft corns, w arts,
Everybody that has tried Ammcn's
Cough' Syrup continues its use: besides
they tell their neighbors of it. We were
in ii drug store the other day when a cus
tomer asked for a bottle of Amnion's
Cough Syrup, saying: "I do not know any
thing about it myself, but my neighbor
advised me to buy it for my cold, and tells
me that the use of three laitths has en
tirely cured his cough of two years stand
ing, In fact, be says 'It is the best medi
cine in the world for coughs, colds and
lung complaints,' and that a one-dollar
bottle did blm more good than all the pre
scriptions he had from the doctors."
We call attention to the advertisement
of the Chicago Magnetic Shield Companj
in anolher column.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" are excel
lent for the relief of Hoarseness or Sore
Threat. They are exceedingly effective.
Christian World, /.oik/oh, Sng.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
Nomed ieine hits ever been known so effectual
in the cure of all those disease-, arising from
an impure condition of the blood us Soot n l's
sausAi-Miii.i.A, on Bioon am> Livkr Syrup,
for the cure of Scrofula. White Swellings.
Rheumatism, Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions,
Venereal Sores and [llsoases, Consumption,
Qroitre, Boils, Cancers, and all kindred dis
eases. No better means of securing a beautiful
complexion can be obtained than by using SCO
VIUVS BLOOD ANIi LIVER SYUUI*. which
cleanses the. blood and gives beauty to the skin.
[tie only making: much of our minutes
that we call make much of our days,
Had temper often proceed, from those
painful disorder- tn which Women arc
subject. In female complaints Dr. R. V.
I'icroe's "Favorite Prescription" Isa cer
tain i urc. Hy all druggists.
A wa-ic of mone) t<> put a ten-dollar
hat on a dime's worth oi brains.
"llr. Pierces Magnetic KStatic Truss is
advertised iv another column of this pa
per. This establishment is well known on
the I'acillc Coaat as reliable and square in
all its dealings. Their goods have gained
all en\ lable reputation.
"Bcchu-Paiba." Quick, complete cure,
all annoying kidney ami urinary di
Mr. li. A. Miller. Clerk of Circuit Court.
Westminster, Md„ says: "I used Brown's
Iron Hitters anil found it agtusl tonic and
Kor a cough er a cold then- is no remedy
equal to Annuel! s Cough Syrup.
The richer a man makes his food, the
poorer he makes his appetite.
If Mm fiM-l dull, drow.y, debilitated,
have sallow color nf skin, or yellowish
brow a M|iot« on face or body, frequent
headache or dbuuness, bad taate in
mouth, Internal beat or t hill- alternated
with hot Huahea, low s|iirits nntl gloom)
forebodings, Irregular appetite, and tongue
coated, you nn- Buffering from "turpi.)
liver," or "biliouaneaa. In many eases of
"liver complaint" only part of these sym
ptoms an- experienced. As a remedy for
all such rasas l»r. Pierces "Golden Medical
lliseoverv" has 110 equal, as il effects per
feet ami iailieal cures. \t all drug st..res.
Some women are things of beauty, bttl
a jaw forever.
Dr. I. I', afundy, Owenton, Ky„ -n
"I found Brown's Iron Hitters one of the
la-si tonics and have prescribed it fre
"Koran os COQOBB." 1-V, iV, SOc, al
Dniggiste. CompleSacureCougha, lltiarse
ness, Son- Throat.
riinaiessiiisn Chaa. a. Bumner says:
''Caloric Vita Oil la a (rood thing. 1 fed
like prOClaming its merits from the house
The Strongest and Best!
THOMAS PRICK Analytic ChoißUi prnm»utic*»i
thaUIANT BAKING POWDER uearfy one-thinl
itrwagtr Uuu) any iolc] <>n tlnr Paeifto' 'unlit
Ban Pranciswo, H.-pU'iuh. t "Jf isas
I? K. BOTHIN, Prmldenl Bothtn MTf Co.:
(►KAKHiit: After curt-fiil ati>< c'.nnpltte ctVniicu!
ktiirilyHirt of it ciin of Giant Baking Powder, puroluu
bf hi fn open nuwtet, timt It does not oon
tsvin a! Un, Mid phosphate, teint nil-it. of any Injuri
ous! nuWtancat. hut in a pure, hialthfiil f*TOini I'ar
tar i;il .■,■ r< wdiT, uid aa -■ ji can reountneod it
W cooiumttri wm. T. IVKNZELL * CO.,
We c-iiicur' AtiujyLiL« batntata,
Jt BKVKRLY COLE, M I» ,
J L. MRARH, M [), Health Officer.
Al.Klti:i>W PKRRY M l*, ) Mem ben of Bin
>V A DOUG LA 88. M It , I-Fraueiseo Board
Alt;, ai.kks, m i>. Jof Health.
tlnniiTiK-tiirril by flu
BOTHIN M'F'G COMPANY,
17 sad tsMsin Street, Ban rnvootsoo,
Analysts by Dr. A. Voelrker. v. it S„ Don
sulting chemist Royal Agricultural Society,
Kngland, shows only a trace of nitrates in
lllackwell's null Durham Tobacco. The soil
of tbe Golden Beltol North Carolina, hi which
tills tobacco la grow n. don'l supply nitrates to
iiiclear. 'iii.it is tin- secret of its delicious
mildness. Nothing so pure and luxurious for
smoking. Don't forget the brand. Nonegen
ulne without the trade-mark of the Bulk All
dealers have It
and MALARIA. , ,
From thcso eourcea arise three rourtha ot
tlie dlanasne of the human race, Tneee
BTmptonMindicate tltelrcxrstonoe: i,o« el
Appetite, Itowrls coatlve, M< k Head
ache, fullneas after eating, avrralnu to
•ran tion of body or mind, 1 ■ "«■la«l«»n
of food, Irritability of temper, Law
eplrlta, A feeling of having n«-»;lr,i<-i
some dntr- JMzxiueaa, Fluttering: at I lie
Heart, ■><■(a before the eyea.htghl;- col
ored trine, COWBTIPATtOIVa and do
tnand Hie use of a, remedy that acta directly
on tho Liver. AsaLlvcrmediclncTl TT'N
iMl.i.ei bare DO equal. Their act lon oa tho
Kiducvsand skin Is also c rompt', reraoVina,
all impmiUea through these three »*oeow
engers of the system," producing n-ppe
tit», aouud digestion, regular stools, a clear
skinandavlgorousbodv. TI'TTS P11.1.H
cuuso no nausea or griping not Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Holderervwhere,alto. < rHeo.*! MurrsvSi.,N.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GRAY Hair or Wuisariis changed In
stai.tiy to a GuoeST I'.uack by a single ap
plication of this DTB. Bold hy ImiKgisii
or sent by express on receipt of •••
Ofnoe,44Vlurray Hi-, \»w > nra.
TUTTS MANUAt OF UStFUL RECEIPTS FBIL
taftfcWol rpnWhHl l* »»lif> -f thr >U*tJl ,;r-t Oj UM
in.:., i v*.* in luodiciiv*, ai •. bw ■■<■ tmr
fariag in Urn w. rM T*-.« ■r r »).<ujetuu«* *u4 In i-nt<-
-4atM .it ari.n up the f-fstri.- ju >'•■•., imj*™ ■weSMun,
Un ■tJiiuutli i •nmm ranfj vm Urn buwMat wouiiita
h<*Hh kvul w.-ight. IVi* i.h will, Kl.--I or Mk'ii DUI
•iM* .v.'-l >«' •fcurful ..••» H'-y t*k.- th«-«r n in-r»:
■MteOt, *v« iii nnxit tnittfth.H- th« i tT.vt «f thf in M tn tvl
ni>Mt pt-rn-uiwitly .mi>*ir Urn c.'intituti. ** U»».- UM
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rlilnanrvr lii,»-nt4sl Wi'l knit a , air "1 »u,«-kiiia* aitt
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0 I LIU VTA T r O»bler, Kooniah Piani •; Utinlutt
* nrana, bond uuttriiuibnta. l.urt>KMt itouk «f Sheet
Music and Booka Bands ■nulled al RMtttmsriosa
M. ORAY, uuf Port stn-.-t, sun F^anoaoo.
01 *. MflO '" " ' ' l-oand llama
rIANIIN i.l 11 ■I M "• v»l .p Aji'-i
I inilVU M H| uio Factory, M* 36 Kllla St.. 8.1
HAXI.I.TOI I'l WON nr. Ml AN
PiaHoM, Standard Organ*, HhnH Mualf, irnil Musical
Mi-rc!inii>li-t' o( nnv dtiecriul at the Model
Haslc More, ::!'■ Market street, Has I nw
risen. Bond lor cur catali Kile "f 10-iovut r.i.mta
iH AS s p ATI IN.
A M iii WHAM
|iil\<i« Decker Una IWlir 11 - Kmunoti, aad J
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N. I. N. U. Nn. 13. .-. K. VI . Nn. UII.
The Secret go o
y< ii iii HUNDREDS OF 30UARS ut thtan
niul ■"tinii Id tin- u■:11 lil ri* tin* into* ti"H , lor l*<ltt *
ur KMla. dotWiM room, it boi 01 rii l wni rnirn it in «v
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